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GUT ! NO PRICES!
Our methods is Big Sales with Small Profits.
Just received a large assortment of Domestic and Imported
Wines, Liquors &c.
RECEIVE WEEKLY FRESH FISH, OYSTERS, CELERY Sc.
LEI TIANN'S JUG HOUSE.
Sat urd(a-, Mar tl , 1902.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Real Estate \gent,
LAKE PROVIDENGE, LA.
Will practioe in the Courts of East
Carroll, West Carroll rand Madison
Parishes, and the State Supreme Court
JOHN A. MON'l'(;)OMElY, Notary
Publi,., Court Stenrographr mnd Fire
]itsurancre Agent, is in my oflice.
Clifton F. Davis,
Ieal" latstate ABgt.,
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISIIED A COMPLET
ABSTRACT OF ALL TIIE LANDS IN EAST
1ARROI.L, I AM PREPAREI) TO FURNISH
tBSTACTS OF TITLES oN SHIoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
FTENOGRAPTIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Inocal and Parish News.
lav, corn, oats and' other feed stuff
are up in price.
March 1st, the third month of the
year is now with us.
Last Sa trday morning we had the
heaviest frost of the season.
There I. not much chance now for
cotton remaining in the field to ever
Miss Stockner, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. E. Stockner of Bunch's Bend, left
Monday on the Delta for Vickeburg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H.Cooper returned
from New Orleans last Sunday. They
first went to Memphis and then to the
The special term of court convened
on Monday, the judge, district attor
ney, attorneys, sheriff and clerk being
promptly on hand.
Hicks, the weather man, says that
this month will be rough. See what
be says in another column. Also read
what DeVoe says.
Ladles' Home Journal: "No mat
ter how much money you may have,
if you are poor in character, that
means poverty forever."
Miss Blanche Harris, a charming
yung lady of Edwards, Miss., who lige
been vieting Mrs. Moore, left for her
home l'hursday on the Chalmette.
Mr. and Mrs. Gen. Ashbridge have
moved out on the lake, above the Oak
land plantlalion. Mr. Ashhridge will
manage one of the places of Mr. Bur
Lehmann handles Limberger cheese,
Swiss cheese, Brick cheese, Cream
cheese and several other kinds. Also
celery. fish and oysters. See Lehmann
for good things to eat.
It Is said that winter stepped out
and spring stepped in this morning,
but if we are to judge from Hicks and
l)eVoe, March is going to be a down.
right winter mouth also.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, who have
been visitinl relatives in Mississippi,
returned Monday. Mr. Johuseton is the
efficient book keeper for the Joe. L.
Fircherr tinther & Mf'g. Co,
T'he next thil)tg on foot is a telephone
line from town down to the Joe's
bayou country. T'his will prove a
great rheil) and benefit to the people
living in that part of the parish.
The river continues to fall uicely,
adl it is to be hoped that it will go
down to the lowest mark before the
spring rise sets in. Everything points
to a big river in the next six weeks.
We had a pleasant call on Wednes
day from our freudte, Gee. 8. Owen
autd \Vill Srody, of (;oserppi. They
told tus that they were picking cotton
atnd breaking up land at the same
All Inerctharts and others should not
fail to pay their State and perish
Icetise. This should be done to save
costs aidt penalties Sheriff I)Dunn
cannot wait any longer on the delin
More wedddings among the colored
people niave taken place in the past
few month in our pariah than ever be
fore. 'This is a good sign for them
morally and also that they are pros
Mr. Fred Galanty will leave next
weel for St. Louts, Cincinnati and
other cities to purchase a large stock of
good. for 8. Galanty & Bro. Fred
will buy a handsome line of spring
and summer goods.
M's W. 11. Fisher returned from
Vicksburg last Sunday on the Belle,
after spendaing a few days with Mr.
Fisher, who is one of the best sales
mene in the store of the Valley Dry
Goode Co. Glad to know that"Billy"
is getting along nicely.
IHeadache often resunlts from a dis
ordered condition of the stomach and
constipation of the bowels. A does
or two of Chamberlain'e Stomach and
Liver Tabletrs will correct these disor
ders andt oure the headache. Sold by
J 8. Guenard, druggist.
It I. gratifying news to the many
friends of our esteemed citizen, Mr.
Jas. S. Millikio, to know that be is
much better, arid there is now strolng
hopes for his recovery. Mr. Millikin
has been dantgerously ill, and it was
feared that he woutld not get well, but
tie change now taken place, gives bls
friends stroug hopes.
is not piickedi up every day, so when
we tell you we have a good thing in
New Providence Lots you had better
embrace the opportunity and call at
once to see us about it. Unlike the
'"good thing" at the head of the ad. our
good thing in town lots is lasting, and
it will also put money into your pock
et. It will bring you wealth. happin
ess and comfort.
Don't delay, but call at your earliest
opportunity, for we can give you
A good thing to have and to hold.
A good thing for young and old.
A good thing that will never mould.
A good thing as go)d as gold
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
We failed to mention last week that
Dr. W. B. Pierce had returned to per
nmanentlv remain, and has taken the
same office rooms in the Pittman
building had before his departure.
The card of Dr. Pierce can be found
in the Banner Democrat.
Our country frtnods, Mr. Benia
ruin and Mr. Breilbaupt, of the sec.
ond ward, have invested in town lots
down near the railroad line in the
lower part of the corporate limits.
Others are doing the same thing,
which means that it wont be, long be
fore that part of town will be bought
Prof. S. A Moses, a professional
optician, is with ns again, whose ser
vices bhave been secured by Mr. J. S.
Guenarl. Prof. Moses Is a skilled
optician, atnd all his work is guaran
teed. He is now at the Guenard drug
store, and will be pleased to meet those
who wish glasses or want their eyes
The steamer Delta will go back to
her regular time of leaving Memphis
every Wednesday-and will leave
Memphis on the 18th of March. On
account of heavy treights, scarcity of
labor, and bad weather, this boat has
been behind time for several trips,
which has been quite annoying to
The Arcadia Argus shows up the
advantages of advertising in the fol
lowing: "After praying for forty
years for a baby, a New Jersey couple
placed a small want ad in a newspaper
and the same night a bouncing boy
was left on the doorstep. Prayer is
all right if you are not in a hurry but
for quick results use printer's Ink."
Mr. Clark hall, the nlanager of the
big gin, told us last Saturday evening
that be had just marked the three
thousand flive hundred and third bale
of cotton, which is a pretty good
amount of cotton. tie said there
were several hundred hales yet to be
ginned. Mr. Hall will take his old
place at Bell's landing as soon as the
ginning season is over.
There is always danger in delay-one
may delay too long. For your own
advantage, we urge you to be among
the tirst to buy lots next week. Such
opportunities as we offer are sure to
be e~tgerlv accepted, andti you can be
sure of your share only by coming as
soon as you Can.
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
Irl Hicks, the weather man, in his
'.Word and Works" publication says
that '"the 'epring breakup' in most
parts of the country, will fall in March
and in a Venus disturbance. Rivers
and streams are hard frozeta, and sud
den Venus warm spells with down
pours of rain, before the ice cant weak
en and disappear, means certain dan.
ger and disaster to many localities,
without the utmost vigilance and pre
The large telephone polls are being
placed along several streets of the
town. Work la also being rushed on
the line to Grand Lake, Ark. Then it
is said when this stretch is flinished,
work will be started to connect with
ths line at Ta~lulah. The telephone
line is a great convenience, and it is
like our bank--bow did the people get
along without it so long? The Cum
berland people have acted very nicely
with our people and there ba never
been any complaint.
Mrs. C. E. VauDeuseu, of Kilburn,
Wis., was afflicted with stomach trou
ble and constipation for a long time.
She says, "I have tried many prepara
tions but oone have done me the good
that Chamberlalro's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have." These Tablets are for
sale at J. S. Guenard's drug store.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free.
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
UI would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandrla. Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep' I had consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery wholly cured me antd I gained
8 poasde." It's absolutely guaran
teed to core Coughs, Colds, La Grippe,
Bronchitlis and all Throat and Lting
Tronbles. Price 60o and $1.00 Trial
bottles free at J. 8. Gnenard drug
Slg'A fine linue of Furniture, Hard
a ware and Household goods at J. S.
The sun does not keep goon time.
lie is almost always too fast or too
slow. Once about the middleof April
he is just on tune, then not again be
fore the rmidtlle of June. At the be.
gilning of September be joite the
clock a third time, and lastly once
mtire late in l)ecemlber. Now it would
seemii as it lie were startled at the way
he ha, neglected us. In February be
fell back un: il he was fifteen minutes
late. By the beginning of Marcb he
hall made up five minutes of his los',
and before the miotith is over he will
have casight up to within five minutes
of the rchedule. Meanwhile the days
have been growing longer very rapid
ly. We begin March with our nights
longer than our days. We end it with
our days longer than our nights. In
the one mionith we have added to the
length of our day an hour and twenty
minutes, a bigger gain than any other
month can show--Professor S C.
Schmncker, in the March Ladies'
Professor Moses, an'expert optician,
has been secured by me and can be
seen at tny drug store. I guarantee
all work done by him.
Ever) body who so desires can have
their eyes tested free of charge, and
now is the opportunity for haviing
weak eyes to procure suitable glasses
and save a trip to the city. Prof. S.
P. Moses, of Vicksburg, it well knownm
over this State as a skilled optician,
whose work has given universal satie
Spectacles relieve headache for
young and old persons. Such glasses
can only be obtained by being made
to order, and as it requires some time
to get the glasses, parties desiring to
avail themselves of this opportunity
will please call at once. Prof. Moses
is wpil recommended, aud is equiped
with all the modern and up.to.date
mechanical appliances for correct fit
ting of spetacles and eye glasses. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed. Office
hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Beware ol
imposters who are using his name.
J. S. GUENARD,
Guenard's Drug Store.
a-Corlies Coon Collar-The neat
est piece of linen made. They fit per
fectly and give perfect satisfaction in
every way. J. S Millikin.
A project is on foot by the Cumber
land Telephone Company to build a
branch line down into the Joe's bayou
country, extending to Floyd, and from
what we can learn the line is a cer
tainty and will be built within a short
time. ''hat part of the parish be
tween Providence anmd Floyd Is rapidly
filling up and in a few years more will
be the best spot in East Carroll.
Wonderful changes bave taken place
out there ito a short time, and it will
not be long before it will be looking
like it did before the war. Then it
was the garden spot of the parish and
the whole country was under cultiva
tion clear tq the Bayou Macon hills.
We believe that when the North and
South railroad is built by the Goulds.
that it will then be only a very short
time when they will build a branch
road through the Joe's bayou country
down to Monticello, where the finest
farming country in the South is situ.
ated and cotton grows without work
We will sell New Piovidence lots on
terms to suit your pocketbook. and our
friend Fischer will sell you the lumber.
shingles and everything necessary to
build your house. The deal can be
made and closed in the Hamley and
Fischer Real Estate and Lumber offi
ce. Just touch the button and we will
do the rest.
E. J. HAMLPY REAL ESTATE
JOS. L. FISCHER LUMBER & MF'G.
Mesasrs. Hamley and Millikin, who
own the property south of town, where
it is thought the depot of the railroad
will be located, will donate as much
land for this purpose as is neces
sary, which shows a liberal amid pro
gressive spirit on the part of these gen
tlemen. Then certainly every land
owner should give the right-of-way
through their property without has
ing to go to the trouble of expropri
ation proceedings. We are still of the
opinion that every ones-those few
who are holding back on giving the
right-of-way, will yet do so. T''hey are
not opposed to the road beinig built,
and running through their property,
but they want certaini concessions at
the hands of the railroad, which they
think are right.
ijg-Hay, Corn, Bran, Oats etc., can
be found at J. S. Millikin's at the best
We took astrole(town to the landing
last Monday while the Delta was In
Sport discharging an Immense lot of
freight. We went on board and who
Sshould we find but Mr. J. W. Bryant,
Scaptain; Fred Hiner second clerk, and
Charley Prie irst mate, all well
known and popular steamboatmen,
who were with Captain Lee Commiune
for several years when be had his boat
in the trade. With first clerk Dar
1 raughb, stewart Ronfena and mixoligisrt
Townseand, it Is a steamboat crowd
Shard to beat, who make it pleasant and
homelike for those who travel on theb
Mr. Gaylord, the photographer, whe
Shas been in Providence for the pastl
f three months, left on Tuesday for St
SJoseph. Mr. Gaylord Is a first cla
> gentleman and we can recommend
I him to the citizens of that town. Mr
SL. P. Tiech, the watchmaker, also let:
a with him, after being in Providentc
c for the past tea months. He is a flt
I workman, and there Isl nothing abouts
Swatch that he eman't do. We can asle
s, recommend Mr. Tiach, who we touse
g straight and upright.
1 Corliss Coos Collar-It looks well
It feels better. It wears best. It I|
cheap and will please you. J,. . MiI
I- liko is the exclusive agent for thi
5. superb brand of collars. He can f8
Ninety-five Lots Sold in One Day.
Last Monday was a regular "boom"
day in Providence, and Ilamnley's real
estate office was about as busy and
live place as one would wish to see,
and lots went like wild fire. Ninety
five lots itn "New Providence" is a
pretty big sale and a record breaker.
but that is what was done in one (lay.
besides several more disposed of dur
tug the week. The question is asked:
What is causing such a scramble for
lots? The answer can he given in a
tfew words: All doubt of the railroad
not being built, is passed; and that
in a few more weeks work will be
actually started in its construction.
The lots now being bought up at such
a rapid rate are located near the line
of the projected road in the southern
part of town, and those who are in
vesting, believe that there is a bright
future for Providence and now is the
time to invest their cash.
T'Ihose who bought lots are, W. E.
I)unn 10. J. W. Williams 5. l)r. W. I)
Bell 5, Mrs. N. H Byerlry 10, Mrs. M
K. Montgomerv 5..1. H. Seaders 7, J. W.
li)nt, 5. Miss susia .lohtnon 10, 1. 1'.
I, VaunFo sen 6. Vail \1. Pittman 6,
Rev F (). H. Bobcrg 7, Grace Episco
pal Church 7, W. II. Benjamin, H. W.
Benjamin and F. J Breithaupt 26.
Mr. J. S. Ge(eard has taken 5 more,
which make 15 for hin. andl a total in
all ot 114 lots sold in New Providence.
DeVoe says that "thie month of
March will bring several storms, fol.
lowed by cold, blustry weather, espec
ially in the Northern States. In the
South there will be more rain, and the
temperature will be modified by the
milder Southern cltmate. The month
will enter with a storm forming over
the Gull of Mexico, which will travel
up the Atlantic coast, causng snow
over the middle Atlantic and Eastern
States. l1st to 2nd, cold wave. 3rd to
6th, snow over the North, rain over
the South, followed by cold, blustry
weather. 7thto8th,fair. 9th to11th:
on the 9th another storm will form
over the Gulf of Mexico and move up
the Atlantic coast, causing heavy rain
over the Eastern Gulf States and snv
over the Middle Atlantic and New
England States, followed by cold
weather. 12th to 15th, cold, but fair. 1
16th to 19, another storm will form
over the East Gulf States and move up
the Atlantic coast, causing rain, snow
and cold, blustry weather. 20th to
21st, moderating in the South. 22nd
to 24, a storm will form oter the lower
Mississippi valley and move east ward,
causing storms of snow and rain in its
track. 25th to 27th, cold wave. 28th
to 31st, cold weather over the North
ern States, but warnter over the South. J
Our Spring Suitings-all of them
imported-are now ready for your
Pardon us if we suggest your mak
ing an early selection.
It costs nothing extra and saves
considerable disappointment some
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
Sometime during last Saturday
night the store of Mr. W. N. White
was broken into and several articles
taken. Entrance was made at one of
the back windows of. the store, by Dl
prizing the iron window open with a J
2x6 scantling, and no doubt the per
son or persons who did it, were famil
iar with the premises. A piece of
iron. a beer keg and a large lump of Pa
coal was found under the window.
Mr. Nirnmo White had entered the
store once or twice on Sunday, but
did not discover the condition of the
window until late in the eveniung,
whentt he imade an investigation and
notified his father. The followitig
articles are missed out of the large
stock: Onte lRoyal Tailor suit of
clothes, onie black silk iantidkerchief,
onie Istlies' silver watch, one pair Bos
ton garders, one pair shoes, one under
shirt atnd -$441 takeu tr,,m the cash
register. No olew has been discosered
as to who comnil ted the robbery. It
is the first robbery that has occurred
in Providentce for simne years.
The documttent guaranteeing the
right-.,f-asy to the railroad company
was forwarded on Saturday last to
Mr. Fred Hudson, third vice presideni
of the Memphis, Helena sand ilouisiata
Railroad Conpatty. When here ontt
Tuesday of lust week, both Mr. Hud
son antid Mr. Gordant, asoured our citi
zIes that as soon as8 i docllmellnLt hadi
beeit sigited and received, which was '
all that was required, it would be ap
IProved aid forwarded to the Iain J
otffice at St Louis, and that work
would he started at oiIce. T'he coIn
tract to build the road through the
parish has been let for somtetitie, bhit
the right-of-way matter not being set- ar
tied II legal shape, work could not be
started on its Conustruction. Now that
everythinig is settled, we hope to hear
of the coutractors with their outfits,
comintg in and starting building on the
The Lake P'rovitlece Hardware
Company have inanguratedl their in- di
stallment plant of paying for ranges
stoves and furniture, which will help a 1O
great many persons in fixing up their
homes who coutid not lay out the
muony at one t;si to purchase thLbe
things. By pyivng a snall amiount
downi, and then |paing small weekly
payments, in all that is rtquired. A;ll
that the comnpuy wishes to ktnow thie ST
you are reliable and will meet the smtnallI
weekly payments asked. Last week 19,
the company sold to ontie person furni
lure, stove, crockery &e., who could
not have other wise bought. The bill eg(
amounted to over $100, and the com
pany is anxious to start thbis branch of
their buhosiness on a large scale. l)rop thu
in antd see Mr. Pittman or Mr. Wood,
who will take pleasure in showing
their large stock. Go
We notice In our exchanges that a
prominent attorney of Greenville. re
fused to defend the two white ment
who mdrdered a railroad engineer and wi
were triedl and convicted a few days de
ago in that city. The attorntey said cal
that the murderera could tnot have un
paid him money entugh for him to wi
I have taken their case. We have the n
same thing right here. Hou. J. M. ke
IKennedy, the leadintg criminal lawyer Ye
s t the Providence bar, refused to de- Ju
fend or prosecute Neleou,,the nmurder- Ih
mer of Mr. J. L Wilson, it mattered not to
how much money that would be t
I offered himn. fa
Mr. W. N. White is in New'Orleans
. purchasing his large spring and sum.
5 mer stock. lm
a If the weather permits. Rev. Mr Y
l Boberg will go to Maversville to-
morrow evening to hold services.
We have received from the Factory another.
shipment of these
I-IGH1 GRADE MPACHINES,
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-band 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 ldng' iron legs,
D. H. Elegant finished drop head machine, two
drawers at each end of table, panel front and long iron
W. N. White, Agt.
\ THE, OLD RELIABLE
PHIL'S SALOON, n.
Fine Wines. Liquors & Cigars. ,
1iR Billiard and Peal Parlor. .
v Scblitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christain Moerlein
Keg Beer always on Hand.
S"Old Forester" a Specialty. 4.
PHIL. J. McGUIRE & CO., Proprietors.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J. 8. CUENARD, Proprietor,
Lake Stret, : : : LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
DBRUGS, IEDICINIS, CHEMICALS, PATENT IEDICINE.
Carries a Full Line of
Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Books,
Fine Suationery and laess.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Hill's Big groery Honuse
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
Patronae sohoited. hGuarantee promptness.
Call us up over either 'phone.
Just Received atC. H. Hill's
Leading Grocery House.
Swift's Premium Hams
Postel's Elegant flour.
Charcoal $2 per barrel.
25cts per peck.
Crescent City coffee
drippers. Latest and best
out Call and see.
This fine saddle and driving
STALLION will make the season
1902 at Gossyppia Plantation.
Terms, $10.00 CASH, with privil.
Those from a distance can leave
i their mares for ten days.
GEO. S. OWEN,
Gossyppia Plantation, Bunch's Bend.
STRIKES A RICH FIND,
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility." writes F. J. Green, of ,Lan.u
! caster. N. Hi., "No remedy helped me
until I began usioeng Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
medicines I ever used. They have also
kept my wife in excellent health for
years She says Electric Bitters are
lust splendid for,female troubles; that
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
tIfor weak, run down women. No
I other medicine can take its place to our
family." Try them. Only 60cr Sat
tefaction guaranteedby J. S. Guenard.
-After reducing my prices to
make space for my spring andsoummer
line, , have a few bargains left in
r Youth's suits and Men's all wool
shirta. Call and see my line.
J. 8. MILLIKIN.
An Honest Medicine for La Grippe.
George W. Waitt, of South Gardi
ner, Me, says: "I have had the worst
cough. cold, chills and grip and have
taken lota of trash of no account but
profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the only thing that
has done any good whatever. 1 have
used one bottle of it and the chills,
cold and grip have all left me. I con.
gratulate the manufacturers of an
honest medicine." For sale by J. &
A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
-'1 have no hesitancy in recommend
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
says F. P. Morau, a well known and
popular baker, of Petersburg, Va.
"We have given, it to our children
whten troubled with bad coughs, also
whoopinig rough, and It has always
given perfect satisfaction. It was re
commended to me by a druggist as the
best cough medicine for children as It
contained no opium or other harmful
drug." Sold by J. S Guenard" drug
Statement of the Lake Providence
Bank at close of business December
Cash and sight exchange $74,959.20
Real estate, furniture
and fixtures.......... 8,776.66
1 Loans, discounts and
over drafts .......... .36,361+05
r Capital stock...... . $ 15.000.00
'e Surplus ........... ... 1.275.00
Undivided profits...... 682.73
ir Deposits............... 98.139.18'
t I, J. N Hill, vice president. and J.
W. Tooke, Jr., cashier, do hereby cer
tify that the foregoing statement is
to true and correct to the best of our
in Sworn to and subscribed before me
ol on this the 16th day of January.. 1902.
C. R. EGELLY.
SAM GALANTY.. FRED GALANTY.
S. Galanty & Bro.;
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GEET'S FUlNISHING GOODS, TRlJNKS,
VALISES AND OY1VR SHOES.
Everything in our Store is New and First-Clasd and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
The Great Bargain Eouse of
SAM CARB ZR,
Corner Lake and Levee Streets, North-Side,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS AND
LABDIES' AND GENT'S NURNISHINGS.
We also earry a complete line of
.33 FINE MILLINERY, E*.
Of the Latest Styles and Fads, and our Prices are Ex
I respectfully ask a share of the public patronage and guarauntye to
treat every one riiht.
B. W. SMITH, President. J. N. HILL, Vice-President.
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
CAPITAL STOCK $50;000.00.
Deposits Received from S 1.00 Up.
Solicits Your Business, Every Accommodation Consistant with Safe
Receives Deposity Subjeot to Check, Buys and Sells Exchange, Loans Money
and transaots a General Banking Business.
J. W. TOOKE, Jr., Cashier.
Bank Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 4 P. M,
Bernard Building, Lake Street, LiAE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Ind Eierything Kept in a First-Class Store.
E e ' 'ything for Lradie-s, .
vserythling for ý er~tle eno..
' A Full Line of Groceries.
We are here to stay, and by Fair and Honst Dealinr, we hope to build
up a First-Olasn Triade. We solicit your business and will do our best tb
plqpte you. Give us a call. t
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Reliable G~rocer House,
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
AllI kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
We invite you to call and ee our Stock of Canned Gools. We crry a
large line of different grades of Sugar and Coffe. We auy for cash and
secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a smtall profit.
Receiving ' Forwarding Merchant,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Agent for the Celebrated
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON,
I Save You Freight by Buying These Wagons from Me
Highest Price Paid for Cotton Eeed.
THE JOS.'L, FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large ad small bills of Lumber en
the shortest notice.
Tongue and Glroove Cypress
Flooring and Ceiling
Tanks of Any Size Made to Ordar at IN, O. Priles.
Shingles, Shingles, Shingles.
s Wr" OBe in Hamley Block. Connected by Camberland and Home Tde
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO A HOME ENTERPRISE.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB
IWORK AT REASONABLERJkATES.