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Just received a large assortment of Domestic and Imported
Wines, Liquors Oc.
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Oat iz'dl't, Feb. 22, 1!)(-2.
J-ss. E. Ransdell,
]ft.a.l ]E:`tate Ag(-1t,
LAKE VROVIDENGE, LA.
Will I :ctic, in, the (Courts of ~I a
('aft ii , \Vs,.,t C:a ,rll :aud hlMltd on
'ttii'n'is, and t ihe at Sut prenle (olll
JOtIiN A. MION'';)MI'EltY, Not:try
PaI'unt , ('lIo l Stenographi er' mid fIll"
lu urulno e Ad's It, is ill m ullici'.
Clifton F. Davis,
RRtel ZEytate A gt.,
IIA 'IN(t; .It '1' FINIIII';t A ('oMil'il'
&i'BI'ITA('T rOF Al. "HiE LANiDS IN EAlT1
" A LItI( H.].. I ,N I 'I tE P'A R EI D T () F I tNtI ' ll
-li'l'A l'"rT (OF TIITL.E,, N SIIo1RT N/T'l'lIF .
I' W'AYLES IBROWNE,
STIFNho;ItA ltIIil ANDI NoYTAY 'lt:tI.I('.
Ion.al anti Pariah News.
See nis for job work. We call do it
Early gartdenilng is tiow going or,
with it rush.
('aldw'tl received A large drove of
niules hlis week.
A lat ge amount of land has beeen
broken up this week.
\VhooInl g rough is prevalent among
the clitdren in town.
The ((coal mlen have don0 a laud office
bllsin ' t this illter
More lots ar'e eintlg bought ulp in the
soul lnt l art of t i t n.
A special term of criminal court will
convene on iloIndai \ neXt.
,r. VAlt'lllll e'ts siay seems to be a
back nitueilier in Providenuce
Thel Provi.~pnce Itardware Co., have
bic tiles from $12 50. to $25.00
'tl'e al nlanl s ii ay * : M arch 25t1th.
tihe stilt ris s at 0 t:2 and sets at 6:13
(;G.o Mlcee'. Red Slapper whisky
is recrin:llllnell d for colds and grippe.
lThe venire for the special term of
court is puitiltshed in aniot her coltiiumn
Robbins were late getting south this
year, but they campt last week in large
District attorney )D M. Evans, Jr,
is out thand for theo openiug of court on
Lenten services are held during the
week at the Catholic aud Episcopal
'lThe itlatin son of Mr and Mrs F. II.
Schneidner, has been quite sick for the
Fred (;slaity went iup to Mayers
ville IRa: Sunday, returning Mondu.y
on the Belle.
We don't hear anythin g miore about
the artesian well, the waterworis and
liook at BHnruey's rlow window. It
is tillei with fitne crockery, and it is
going at cut prices.
The cit prices ont all wilter goods
at NI 11ikin's should attract purchtasers.
Youn will find great bsrgaius at this
Messrs. G;arer atl! Watts, of Lost
Ilaalld, have taket up H redt and while
sltioted bull See Isotice In another
Thiere are three or four prisanners in
jail wlto will receive trials aI the spec
ial terit of cout Ito conlveae otl Mon
Mr Salll Garber aisthes us Io say
that he itas a whIite' ganlder IU his pos
essioit tliat tite owlter CRaI get by call
iug kor it.
l)on't lsetil your money away for
an)ithIing ytu wIant Itil Soil see if it
canoit ie foun d iu the holmte stores
The giaid jtry met yestetrday for
the'lurpotse of iitvestigatitg into the
k:illg that occurred iu our town on
the itght of thie 8th.
Thie river is uow falling ntgaiu. As
sooIn As Ihe ice coltlllleuces to thaw
atlI break uip it the upper rivers we
can look for anolther rise.
The Missee Wilsoa , with their two
brothers, returned from their ail mis
lou last Sunday, antd we understand
Ifteud mtakiug ProvItiecee their home.
Major Barloti, the well kUowI atd
popular repreeetative of Wright&
Taylor, has beeti in town this week.
His Providence friends are always glad
to see hinm.
The last issue of the Madlsou Jour.
nal pays a high tribute to the worth
aid character of the late Mr.J. L. Wil.
soIn, whiich we publish in uanother
Last Friday a bill was introduced In
Congress aulhorii ng the Memphis,
tfelena and Loutisana railway to con
struct bridges across the Whkie and
There is a good opening in Prod
de1ce for a first elas truck gardner.
8uch a person could sell all the vege
tables they could raise, alnd" make
Loney out of it.
The big Mardi Gras crowd retuIrned
Mouday delighted with their trip. and
epeak in high termns of the courteous,
matter in which they were Ireated by
the officers of the Chalmnette.
The long delayed ut1fnished Tenusas
bridge is begioulng to be an eye sore.
The contractors ought to be made to
tlkb it. or that part of the Iron
Iedy put up may decay in the
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1iunah J1. 11htebiil. -he am dlr, c
I 'l tl e',on- ju-. tt ,ll. t\Vw .. thl'e.':
S e' Ili "t di\ t ill the ct'iltol field,
Aniil ju-t bifrec the flut is ripe,
She fed. th m nt Io i r l Inld :
It kee ep. thum :ill front talking load, t
Tol.c loiss Kat ntls.
And Ilatn l' kee'p, it drummini trade,
Like I p:rllltrid;e iii the bnhuh;
Ft, like thei giri with lher three kits,
H' '. alwats ilh t.e plt-h.
He'll ,ll jo!i hind for f i t ti n, or
.It li .i el tnit launtd fi 'r corn , i.
O t" he'il i- it Ilh c hi. .- I)i i',A I I' e
It'I I ie eI: 't, and i lt mlely f there,
Hii:le' on eve\lry h:and,.
But lfr.l.eni beat lthe long-tailedh imp,
i il. t co ,llles to( sel in lan . ti
E. J. HIAMILEY REAL EA , TATE
While's thow wildow tian a display
ot .everal pairl o If antli lately ordered
froum the lp al Tailors for his cust
ome.rs.. Mr. Numnuto White ha-i targn
of thit department ill this big store,
and will Itake I our imeasure sadnt guer
aiute a lit.
tihrifll J. W.. litntn returned home
froitm N.'t Orleai.- Ilas Frilday niight, a
day or two earlier Ihau he expecte.l.
lie tlihoughi that lie might be needed at
hoiine, anti he cut hi spleasure trip
isort iti the Crescent City. He looks
better from hit, trip.
The National F'armier antd Stook
(Grower, published monthly at St.
Liouis, i onie of It e best journals of its
kinid plublished, auil there is not a
farilter or stock rat-er in the paribsh
who should tie without it. 'rhe sub
'cliptioni i l only ilone dollar a year.
Mr. IliHudson and \lr. (Gordoli, cf the
(G-ollid railroad, who were In towni last
'l'tiuesday evleniltg, assuIred the citizens
(if Prl'ovidencite Ithat eostruelion of the
roadil through our pari.sh tt ill be siarted
in tlie next few week.s, and that the
entite liue will be crompilelted b) fall.
f'hri-tii--Eve night some person
destroiy-d tevleral of the street lamits,
ndii two of tihetI were fouind on \lot
itay Itn Ihe Iponld sirosis tIhe levee. Not
lmuch of ant eflrtl was made to ferret
out the Iper'ln or ipersons who did thlie
act of destroyillng the town property.
J.udtge lHatdell decided last Friday
not to piostponlie the lspecidl lerml of
court Ito the first Nlonida in Mlarch, as
he iifirtiited its that he would do, but
called the grnlldi juiry to meet yester
day and thie specual term to ciionvene
on Moindlay. ,Jlulge Itauldell does not
believe in delayuing tlatters.
T'lhe Mer ohuge I)u'llltcrat. speak
iing attuttit mterihclatts wito t lit tiO at-'
verti hig,. cirreclly saa. Ithiat 'a plet
ple tto atiltyV authlit liil-hihcIed tt pat
ronize lheir homtie paper. re aa C!tas,
tIoo tiy o ity od't tl o others as they'
wouldlt have othecrs to do uiito Ihelm,
atil in coinseqlleiice vetry jlu~lsl should
pass Ithel b)."
Our frielld Barhiiur,. whio deale ex
clti.ivel ih. 1isIi, is tiow brinitgtg itI
totwn ii -,tl'arthi tif tlitt, largest kintd,
sotie of th t'nt wveighilg as Uitcll asI
torty fItllllds, aid tihet are as Iltcious
anid sweet to a ligger's atomnacli as
waterlitelone in the sumimier tiitle.
We ar; watlttin anuiou sly to set
work cotnmnene olt fIt( railrosalI
Major (;ordoi taild us two tnoiiths ago
work woll hea sitartedi it abotit tt'll
ldas, but there is inu P;gl tf it set. It
will be built thotlgh, aitid titlished iii
timne for nest fadlls Iiiiless.
Captalt Y Wmi Iittus hast giveit up his
positionti as book keeper at the big store
of Mr. L. Aschstfenburg at Hlhnderson.,
atd returned homiue ot Stldjay last.
(Iaptaiui Kus is tue of the Imost coin
peteit meu iu the parish in auV
T'Ihe big steaimer Natcht-z was sold
at U. S marshal's salt' la't 'ridaY, aind
bought in for l$-k,000lb)y tatt(:litji Jie
Powers aiind olther. T'he Naiclce ill
uow be at all vear rouiid bitat be
Iween ow Orlelans antd Ihe bende.
SThe subscriptlin lilst ol the Baiuuer
I Democratls raptdll griwiitg In the
Ilat moilnth we have addeld Itwenty
three names to the list. Advertisers
get the worth of their moiev whenu
l bey take sptace iii its olttInisii.
The three gils in iowni hhave turned
out about six titutusaiitd bales of collton
duriing the seasonl. T'here will be
iearly a thCousalld more hales ginlued.
T'hl shows that a gttod crop of cotton
bhas been made in hesle partle.
Mrs. W. Hi. Fisher lefl Ilas week to
lspend a few lavs with her sisters in
Greetille. Frotm thers .he will .go
to Viclkebort to spennd a shoIrt imes
witlb er Lt sbauad, who is titlh the
Valles Lry Good. Uo.
Richard drown, living on the Ford a'
plantation, seems Io have been sport- l
ing an extra line sdtldle and bridle J
,,t ills own i property. Last Sat-,
tIrday he caHrn til town sporting $
the bridle anld saldle onl ani extra good
lookinll Inllti", alot it was not Ionl he- t
ore William (ianlhrick, ithe real own
er of the 1stolein property, spied it, ald tl
fort hwilh made coIImplaint to marshal
'eclk, who was Iot long ill arresting
Irown andli takinlg poIession of the
staddle and bridle Brownl refused to
tell how lie got the hillngs, but will
protbably have to do so next week
llenll COullr tleets.
Steaiing saddles and bridles, and
even horses and nnimles from the racks,
has been going on f years, and it
lokeil like aliimost aTimnpossibility for
the thieves to be caught, Intlil a short
tine ago Will. I)orsey was caught in
the very act. lie was couvicted at Ibe
ln-t ternl of court anid senltenced to
in1, year ill thie penitentiiary. Prob
ahly catching tup with a few of these
Lind of thieves Itand convicting them.
will break tip this- stealing. As it is
now ii is tiLsnate to leave a tine adldle
or bridle in an anititl hitiched to anyli
of tihe racks in town on Saturday c
A FATAL BLOW.
You lon't wantit to make it oistatke C
just leittase "Iii doli't knowv tabout val
t n,. i e d l't w ;it tyitt to make a
mistake ik hen wl e catn etnlighten you.
)ur eYiortt i ill intur.e yotlr knowing
ill :iout lt.-al EI state and we hope
)tl'll t:ake :ald'a llt: ge of thile offers.
E. J IIAMILEY IHEAL ESTATE
Mr. Wood, of the Lake Providence
IHaridware Compani y, dropped ill on us
Monldav i to tell its that he was more
tian delighted with the prospects of
his businlese yenture in Providence,
and was certain that it would prove a
big success. We also believe that
such a binlintess will be a big success,
and every planter and business Uman in
the parish should give the firm their
support in every way possible. Mr
Wood tolti us that last Saturday they
sold two stalk cutters, two buggies, a
large numnber of plows and plow gear,
a large lot of harnes aind fifty reels of
barb wire. The firm bandles every
thing kept by such houses as Louis
Hoffmlan, Wright Bro. or Lee Richard
soni. Call and see their large and
The Baton Rouge Advocate pays the
following deserved compliment to
oue of East Carroll's popular young
mier: '-Mr. Frank Constant, a promi
neat planter of East Cartroll, is a visi
tor at the Capitol. Mr. Constant was
a promintient mtember of the Farmers'
Iinstitute Corps of North Louisinsa,
anitd has done more than any one else
ini North Louisiana to introduce Ihe
famous beef lype of Red Polled cattle
in tis Sltate. lie vislied the Expert
eint Stalion arnd was much interested
in the experiment on beef cattle now
in progress there."
Our friend Du)ttnn, who was down ill
New Orleans takilng in Mardi Gras
and the other sights, says he saw "nn.
cle Phil" antd spent a pleasant time
with bhim. Mr. I)uun toled us that Mr.
nrMcGuire didn't seenn to be worrying
niuclh lbecau.e his horses were lnot
showing up well, but hie said he was
in hopes there was 'colniitg timte"
whe thiey woult do betier. Irvitn
Meyer, oune of his best horses, has not
ibeen in fornlm sitice goinig to the Cres
ceut Clly, which is a great draw back.
We lharn that the planters of our
parish wilo have beein doing business
with tlie cotton lirim of II. & C. New
main for a nunbor of years, anid who
went down to i Nw Orleans to demand
reiribiiutiioin at t hands of this firm,
met witih slcceess, anid every one re
ceiveni settalelenbegtni tisfactory to tbeu
It is said tiere were people from all
dirt-ctioins deinitnindiitg s tlel t ents and
their ofit'e looked like fly time in sum
'The Mis-issippi river has been frozen
over for several weeks as far south as
Cairo. Last week Ihe Ohio river froze
up down below Ciucitlnati, which will
put a stop to navigatiotin for a while,
If a warm spell of weather should last
for a few days, and both rivers would
thaw out at the same time, we cas look
for mnore wtier. T'he river is now
falling at all po;itite and it will rue off
ill the tiueanlime.
With our belier halt we made lithe
rou:id trip Io Greenville last Sundtlay
on the B,-lle of the Bends. [be Belie
left Providence about inlue o'clock anud
did not reach G(reenville uintil near one
Iu the mornlug. 'The boat had a heavy
freight aud ptu intf large lots at every
landing. Tlte officers of the Belle are
,first class gentlenme.n and her cabi is
always filed with passengers.
The Town toutntcil shabould make a•
etnrt for better sidewalls. As we
-beard a person say during the last bad
spell ,f weather-they were int a hell
of-a-fi antd a disgrace to the- town.
'"Old Charter" co*sts more than aay
whiiky Inrough to, Providence. There
4sore it is abtut the beat made. None
better. You can get it oaly at Phi's
. Lo sells it 1Oct.uei tht. Call for it.
The firm of Wertheimer, Swarts &
Co., one of the largest wholesale shoe
houses of St. Louis, offered three prizes
to its customers whose sales of their
make of shoes were the largest in
amount duriug 1901, and it gives us
pleasure to know that Mr. W. N.
White, one of the leading and popular
business men of our town, won the
secuul prize in this conteat, amounting
to one hundred. dollars, as the letter
below shows. This is a big feather iun
the cap of Mr. W. N. White, when it
is considered the many hundred rue
tomers that the St. Louis house has.
and it shows also that Mr. White has
a large and growing trade, which is
the outcome of ONE PRICE to every one,
which is a guarautee that ctstomers
are treated alike and all pay the
same price ontt whatever they may buy:
ST. LOUIS. Mo10.. Feb. 6, 1902.
IMr. W. N. WVhie. Lake Providence. La.:
Dear Sir:-\% e are ery much, pleased to
enclose herewith our check. No. 6735, for
$10o)i, on The M echanics National Bank. be
ing the second prize in Class ". in the
Business Increasing (' otest for which you
tnve conitenided dulritti the past year.
It gives us very much pleasure to present
you1 with tills check for the reason that we
ieel a personal interest in you. We hope.
on the other haud. that you will .favor its
with your shoe ,usiness, and largely in
ore:ise your business for the present year
over that of iftl.
With regards. we are yours very truly,
\\'WERTHEIMIR-.I-WARTS .iHOE '0.
J. J. Wertheimrer, Pres.
Just Received at C. H. Hill's
Leading Grocery House.
Swift's Premium Hams
Postel's Elegant flour.
Charcoal. $2 per barrel.
2½ets per peck.
Crescent City coffee
drippeis. Latest and best
out. Call and see.
Fire last Friday nignt destroyed the
cabin of Robt. D)avis on Mayor t4. M.
Fraklin's place, in which Davis lost
everythitg lie owned. We are told
that the fire was caused from pure
carelessness. Somne o:ne in, the house
remoived 4he hot ashes from the kitch.
iet stove, placing them in a box and
forgetting to remove the box was the
cause of it. Davis is one of the best
ecolored men in the parish, is a hard
worker, and makes "honey every year.
He had a nice, comfortable finished
home, and his loss is over five hundred
dollars. lie lost a new buggy that
cost hint $65.00, set of furniture $75 00.
f sewing machine $65 00 and everything
else in the house, he and his family
not saving a stitch of clothing. Davis
has nearly $500 in the bauk, which
shows that he is frugal and saving. It
is too bad to see a hard working man
like him lose so much, and we hope he
will recuperate Irom his misfortune.
Our estwhile citizen. Mr. J- S Gue
nard. was so well pleased with his in
vestment of five lots in New Provi
deuce that he dropped in our office
and bought five lots adjoining the first
purchase, and has asked for an option
on five more- Fifteen lots purchased
by one man, and one who believes
strong in the future of New Providence
property, is a pretty good sign.
Our friend W. E Dunn (whO by the
way owns one of the finest places in
the parish) also dropped into our office
tand secured fiv' lots in New Provi
dEtnce. He wants them as an invest
ment, and thitnk that in the next
twelve moths property will easily
doubile in value.
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTA'TE
Don't forget to driop in atd pay
vour asesetmentl on the first of ttie
month to clerk Dee McKee of the
W',odmntm of thle World. It is not his
duty to call ou the members for their
SOur communn ity will regret to learn
that our hit'hly esteemed citizen, Mr.
Jas. S Miillikin has been very ill for
the past few days. lie was to have
Sleft for Ilot Springs ott Wednesday,
hut was too unwell to make the trip.
We hope to bear that he is much bet
SThe steamer Chasilnette laid at our
landing all day Monday, cleauiug out
her boilers. The City of Sil. Louis
got on groutd at Mnayersvlle the satme
day and had to get the Belle of the
Beids to pull her off.
IOnrllsan Coon Collar-It is the r
latest atid mnost up to date piece of (
goode made. We can give you any
style and size. They are cheap atind
substantial T'ry them, you will cer.
tainly like them J . Millikin is the
exclusive agent in Lake Providence.
SSHIRTS TO ORDER.
Negligee or Stiff Bosom, in import
ed Madras and Oxfords, rangiug in
price from $2 75 to $4.00.
All Linten (fancy patterns) and Mer
I cerized Oxford, $4.50.
S WAINKR & SEARLES CO.
, BANK STATEMENT, "
SStatement of the Lake Providence
Bank at close of business December
Cash and sight exchange $74,959.20
d Real estate, furniture
Sand fixtures......... 3,776.66
SLoans, discounts and
orer dtafts......... 36,361.05
Capital stock...... $ 16.000 00
Surplus .............. 1.275 00
e Undivided profits.... 682.73
l Deposits............... 98.139.18
I. J. N Hill, vice president, and J.
W. Toase. Jr.. cashier. do hereby cer
Stify that the foregoing statement is
is true and correct to the best of our
8worn to and subscribed before me
t on this the 6tbh day of January. 1902.
e C. R.GELLY.
d . lot~ry Public.
J. 8. Goeanrd, the droggisa, will re
fond you yomr moner if you are not
y asetied after ueaing Cbamberlain'
e- Stomacb sod Liver Tablets. They
e cure dieorders of abe estomseb, bIlious
's ness, coaipatlieo an ud headbre
i Price, *a ers. earps free.
*WS W HI T E
We have received from the Factory another
shipment of these
141IG14 GRADE /MRACHINES,
and the close cash price at which we are
selling them puts them within the reach of
Fancy heavy bent cover, drop leaf, two drawers at
left-hand side of table and center drawer, $27..50.
Fancy bent cover, drop leaf, one drawer at each end
of table, and center drawer, $26.50.
Artistically finished bent cover, drop leaf, three
drawers at each end of table, and long push center
D. H. Finley finished'drop head machine, one drawer
at each end of table, panel front, and long iron legs,
D. H. Elegant finished drop head machine, two
drawelr at each end of table, panel front and long iron
V. N. White, Agt.
THIE OLD RELIABLE
' PHIL'S SALOON,
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars. 4
Billiard and Fool Parlor. .
SSchlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christain Moerlein .
K eg Beer always on Hand.
" "Old Forester " a. specialty.
PHIL, J. McGUIRE & CO., Proprietors.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J. 8. CUENARD, Proprietor,
Lake Street, LAKE PBOVIDENCE. LA.
IRUGS, MEDICINKI, CHEZICALS, PATENT MEDICIIE.
Caries a Full Line of
Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Books,
Fine Suationery and 6lass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
A N D;---
We Carry a Complete and Fine line
C, EL 0O C E Is zm I s a .
Patronatge soloited. Qurantee promptoness.
Call us. up over eit~er 'phone.
A FAIR EXCHANGE,
Why not hold in your hand a war- I
antry deed instead of rent recoipts? I
)ne counts for something gained; the i
,ther for something gone. It.is never r
0oo late to start; and you never have I
o small amount but we can start you. t
E. J. HAMIEY HE \L ESTATE
Prof. C. A. Moses, Oculist, will
arrive to morrow, to remain only a
short time. Those wanting hie ser
vices can flud him at the Gueuard
The bright ansd pretty little daugh.
ser of Mr. and Mrs Will Reid of Ship
laud. has been very sick with slow
fever at the residence of her trand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kennedy.
When you want a physic that is
mild atd gentle, easy to take and
plessant in eff~ct use Chaemberlani's 1
Stomach alnd Liver Tablets. Price
25 cents Samples free. Every iHjz
guaranteed. For sale at Guenard's
A CONVINC'ING ANSWER.
"I hobbled into Mr. Blackrino's
drug store one evening," says Weley
Nelson, of Hamiltoun, Ga., "and he
asked me to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism with which I
had aufiered for a long time. I told
him 1 had no faith in alny medicine as
they all failed. Hie said: 'Well if
Chamberlain's Pain Balm does not
help you, you need not pay for it.' I
took a bottle of it home and used it
according to the directions and in one
week I was cared. and have not since
been troubled with rheumatism." For
aale at J. 8. Gueuard's drug store.
Collise CoootCollar-It looks well.
It feels better. It wears best. It Is
cheap and will please you J. 8. Mii
likle Is the exelusive agemt for this
superb brand of collars. He cae At
Had to Conquer or Diue.
"I was just tabout gonet," writes Mrs
Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Spriings,
N. C, "I had Conlaumpll ion so bad that
the best doctors seaid I could inot live
more than a month, buht [ bIegan to use
)r. King's New Discovery and was
wholly cured by seven bottles and am
now stout and well." It's an unrivaled
life-saver in Conslanlptiton, Pueumonia,
La Grippe and Bronchitis; iifallible
for Coughs, Colds, Asethima, IIay
Fever, Croup or Whooping Cough.
Gu.ranteed bottles 50c and $100
T'rial bottles free at J. S. (iueuard's
The claim of other cough niedicines
to be as good Is Chamberlati's are
effectuall) set at rest in the following
testimonisl of Mr C D Glas.s, an em
,ploye of Bnr'rlet & I)-nis Co., Gartl
nIer, Me ie esay-: ""I tad kept ail
ding to a col ad cough Iit ih, wlinte
ot 1897. trying every cough tme'lic in
I heard of aii liut pletrmnlieeti help,
tUltil onte dai I was in the drug ,tore
of Mr. IItulellin ,tlnd he ais-edl in
to try. C:hsmbherlaitl', Citough RenIte'
atid offe 'd to pa3) hark mly v ioet i'
Swasilot cuiredl. M.y luilgi anld br,
chial tubes were very sore a this time,.
but I was completetily curedi b thisli
remedy, anld have sitte always iurned
to it when I got a cold, and soo, fiind
relief: I alsa reconllmeld it to inm
friends anid am elsd to say it is the
beat of all cough mitrtlieines." For al'
by J. S. Gueltard drliuggist.
BUCKlrEN'S ARNICA 8Als'VE
Has world.wide fame for Inarvellous
caures. It surpasses siv oither salve.
lotion, ointmentl, or balma for Cuts,;
Corn., Buarns, iBil, %iore-, Felon-.
UIoers, Tester, Salt Riorull. Fever
Sores, Chapped Hands, Skin Ertup
tiout1; Infallible for Pdrie. Cure giar
anteed. tOnly 25 cents at iueuard's
The gretest ldanger from cohl sand
Is grippe is their resnaliengti pneu
mooia. If reasoniable care is used.
however, and Chalnherltain's Cugh
R Remedy taken. all danger will he
avoided It will Lure a cold or sit att
tack of Is grippe in less time that any
other treatment. It is pilealant airc8
"a to take. For sale at fGuuard's
dw, t ore.
SAM GALANTY. FRlD- GALAN tY.
S. Galanty & Bro.,
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
I.NT'S FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS,
VALISES AND OVER SHOES.
Everything in our Store is New and First-Class and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
The Great Bargain House of
Corner Lake and Levee Streets, North-3ide,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS AND
LADIES' AND GENT'S INURNISINGS.
We also Barry a eomplete line of
Of the Latest Styles and Fads] and our Prices are Ex
I respectfully ask a share of the public patronage and guarantee to
treat every one right.
S. W. SMITH, President. J. N. HILL, Vice-President.
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00,
Deposits Received from $1.00 Up.
Solicits Your Business, Every Accommodation Consistant with Safe
Receives Deposits Subject to Check, Buys and Sells Ezohange, Loans Money
and traneaots a General anking Business.
J. rW. TOOKE, Jr., Cashiear.
Bank Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 4 P. M.
R!. 7. Buxnev,
Bernard Building, Lake Street, LAKE PROVIDENOCE, LA.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
And gEerytbing Kept In a First-Class Store.
Evurything for. La.diem,
Everythingd for Oentlesmen.
A Full Line of Groceries.
We are here to stay, and by Fair and Honest Dealing, we hope to build
up a First-Clas Trade. We solicit your busainess and will do our best to
please you. Give us a call.
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Reliable Gwooery Wouse,
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry a
large line of different grades of Bugar and Coffaee. We buy for oath and
secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small proit.
Receiving ' Forwarding Merchant,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LL
Agent for the Celebrated
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON.
I Save You Freight by Buying Thes Wagons from M.
Highest Price Paid for Cotton Seed.
THE JOS, L. FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAKE PBOVIDEONCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lmeaber ea
the shortest notice.
Tongue nd G~roovue OypsessM
F loorwng mnd COliUtna
Taks of Any Size Hald te Order at L 0. Pric.
Shingles, Shingles, Shinle5s.
Wl" OMlee in Hamley Blok. oeneoneeted by Ombeerisand sad noe Tel.
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO A HOME'ENTIERPRItE.
SWE DO ALL. KINDI)S OF JO.:B
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