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SPRING 1 On the bst Whiskies, Table Wines, Etc. Tobacco
Jc IV -J and Citars,-Inmported and Domestic.
.V\xnllt for W. J. Lllep's 3rewing C(o., and Wright &
Buck Beer in Cosk, Case, Keg, Bottle and Class,
::- RIIGH T FRPOI THE KEG AND ICE....
OPENI DAY AND NIGHT.
The only Place %ho serves Lunch at any time, day or
L HiAhtN, is at
LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE.
li i A2iEli-LEf CRAT
Clifton F. Davis,
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lTENOGi IAl l llt: AND NOTA.RY PCBl..
Lo anyear.d arish News.
See the Town Cloulnci! proteeding"
inhe weather lis de. lly hot,
RIailroad work was started in Esi
-sartoll i(,i Moahe y.
lThe. Mrli schools will hold se tiche
sItsslou two weeks earlier than lat'
1h ther weather i dreadfully hoenterprise, and
euesday was a psckrching day for
narchiS. reed g.
We are utiusing our cannones. thi week
on account of railroad work being
sTharied i thown was crioh.
Fishing is good at Baxter and large
strings of magniticent base are being
brought to oplwn daily.
Io-Ilorrow at 4 p to., in St. John's
It there ha been a bly enter - prise
Lake and Levee streets would have
bees sprinkled on Tuesday.
Mrs.,Ja,.S. M lllikin presented the t
beeoodn ai and up this we ad with thewo I
beautiful ornameS.al cakes.
The town was crowded with out
of town people on Tuesday. They
ain , ed a few das ago ted.
Mr. J. . Pinan, er. he big ma at
the lrovi for Te Hardware bridgeo., has
beau laid up this week with the w,
Dis, Minn., arrived a few days ago to
spend aometime with her slster, Mrs. 0i
Jos. L. Fischer.
The irou for 'l'euese bridge was t
hauled out this week. The workmen
are here and it will now be filished as
soon as possible.
'There were so many of our country o,
friends in town on Tuesday that we
could not name thet all. We are
a!wae) glad to see thean.
SMr. Bud Steiu, looking in excellent
health, dropped in on us Tuesday to th
join in the festivities of the day. Bud ,,
is a hustling drummer and controls a i
large trade. be
M ss Annie Moore anti Miss Mary h,,,
Walker, two popular young ladies of lh,
Greenville, Mies., arrived la t Friday 'I'.
and are the guests of Mrs. '. G. Wood ex
on First street.
Lake Providence will now .>boom!
boost! booom ! ' 'ho cnustructiou
Work on the ra.lroad is started. 'There thi
Is nothing now to keep it from being ric
a great big proerilng town. pei
Mr. C. It. Fischer and wile of New
Orleans, are vislting Mr. and Mrs.
Joe. L. Fischer. Mr. Fiseh(r is the pri
manager of the Fiscfer Lumber and at
Manufacturing Co., of the Crsecent wil
Mrs. Joe. Redhead, nee Brisco, of
Fa) ette, Miss., who visited friends here prt
a few years ago, arrived last Friday sea
and spent a few days with Mrs. T. S. as
SDelouey. Mrs Redhead returned Wed- iat
nesday on the Belle.
The Woodman festivities on Tues- Ca
day, was one of the graudest ever wit. tur
nessed in Providence. The band play. Sat
ed well, and the parade was quite Pi
long. The gentlemen who were at the bre
head of it, deserve a great deal of The
There was quite a number of proml- anId
tent citizoeus of different sections of and
our parish in town ou Monday. They
were selected'to sit as jurors on the
exproprlation'cases' against land own
ers by the Memphis, Heleua and Louis- mel
lanua Railway company. we
The dust Is horrible, and it seems tah
*bat the business hoties would pay acci
almost any price to have the streets pus
sprinkled rather than have their gobde we'
runlued. There are some merchants ani
too stingy to even breathe good, for w6
fear they may lose a little wind. Esti
We are Informed by the sexton of
the cemetery that flowers are being
stolen from the different graves.
There is a heavy penalty for this, and
any person caught desecrating the
*raves or removing flowers will be Voi
reported and finued to the full limit by f
the mayor. rst
Mr. McAlplIn, one of the best cot- eal
ton planters in the Bend, was a visitor litti
SO town on Monday. Mr. McAlpiu ge
wu accompanied by his father, of Mis- keel
cileippi, who is visiting his soln for a plec
rw weeks. Thl is his first visit to old
Esut Oarroll arnd our town, and likes sbat
our country very much.
Cut this out and take it to J S. Gue- -M
nard's drug store and get a free sam- the
pie of Chamberlain's Stomach and past
Liver Tablets, the best physic. They 1901
clease and invigorate the stomach, im- wex
prove the appetite and regulate the of i
bowele. Regular siee, 25c, per bax, at tied
J. 8. Guenard's drug store.
The Lake Providence Hardware
Company contlones to build up a Iarge
btusinee. Tble house carries all the
latest labor slaving implimdonta for the A
farm, besIdes everything else kept in a We I
hardware store. You can find any. little
thing you weat right there. They good
also carry'a high grade of furnitore. tot I
Tbhe many friends of Mr. Joe Craig,
of4Brandvriew, Ind, tn this part of the II
country, where he is well and popular- Wia
tly knownr will be glad to know that was
rbe was not lost In the burning of tle dooti
es-emer Citl of Phttbnrg near Cl&loa earet
:ear wees* *o. ie ses a passeager whi
~o (l thbeat saitd was reported inoas g
Shit the right spot
Ih cn shor both these
[, t A ,/d aiCo son ,e others ,:
All , -arranted to please. -
Or if a plantation,
The right spot for sugar,
Ik Ti- right spot for rice, i
1 ug h tit , ri any old crop
lie'd1 show you iti a tricber .
rge Call t lot.h
ig E. J. HAlm LEY REAL ESTATE
"tieasil si wl 'tI hoth these
A Dr. a. D. Brown, brother of Mr.
AllDennis Brown, arrived last week toe.
i he arig g pot, and we wish th
ae octor prosperity. He will be the
(manager iraof the new drugstoreiaisinshortly,
the t o open up for business in Providence. Ae,
The. Brown is a young an and comes
highly recol mei el ias a rie.physician.
ut- We notice n t al hnday Timeshe
Democrat that the colored physician aTE
At EN I;Y.
e- Dr. W. S . Masrow, who practiced of Mr
re ustood his examination before tohe
a lMedical F oard at N ew Orleans. thr
the ore. is a bright andie will learned othe
colored man, although ehe appearance
- aer o how it. rg or shrt
to etp for tiies i Provieeo
lr.You ca nnot conduct your real oesnate
rae transfers to advantage. Come to us,
en ve faithfully manage your real estate.
S y recan get good wordt as fora physicia. from
rt. We ole it the ay Time
at Lasrat S hat was cohilre pdaysliant pr
Sthe Method. S . chuMasrcon, who praticed
d of thre mstood his fxamileverhld by efoure he
a Medi fri a New The rlchurhean. )r.as
iry hot ouse platol tahil e amictaucel ofe
te The chlie is a brit anell welled in their
colores and dtll (id excellentis al roan
o EST ON EARTH.tw it.
If that Are Not OlomA Busariness Isan g
pera rouner to adCatItae. Cm. HLie o us.
Cw The fifulred schltage yor realestae the he
presentou session ge gtheod wo21rds fbyr a Cantat from
anly property holder doittg busiuess to
SE. J. AOp EY HousEA. Prof. EMiTATchell Mr
t Last ittoany Wat chilat seatrens' dwila atbe re L
servthe Mothod allwhitet church, tid it was ot i ma
Id of the so ualccsfll ever held b our Ail
a Nl,,iliodiit frietlt. 'Tho church was wi
beaul ifully ears and hased mad le n in
ry hit hOloae plrotsl* imastsllo Ilsaciaaucel of
Of the chirch V'r, lrypry anlti attractive
\ 'Ire childrett ,ore well drilled in their
as a teachiser id did Oexcellent man o
$ErST on EARTH.
Pro. Jes W F. WPinkth on Chio, says ato
SCarroll's progresiv chool will lose the- elb
i present sesstiot oi the 21st by a Caltata bsr
d at turnhe Oera ou. ruf Mitcdway, Ala., helast I
wishes uas to say tat seats will be re. all
served for all white cit iz.tss who wish l1la
to arlteii. L rof. Slihollcl has bees the Mr.
Spriieipal of tle clired school for IA
several ',ears nad has made a tucess it t
as a teacher. itie is an excellrent ltu
Sand a gooed citizeu. .
Mr. Jessie 0. Prinksgo, one of East
' Carroll's Prgressi yog men, re. elb
turned horne from Midway, Ala., Inst ie
S andailyt eveting with his bride. Mr. all
e Pinkston was accormlalnet by Isis fr
a brother Ltbv, who acted as best malo. whi
'fThe latrtter.leocrat extends Cots
gratulations amnd best wishes to Mr. to
a Ind Mrs. Pinkston for a bright future
f aud unalloy-ed happsiness.
We've beets workisig a long time on r
- mnailg this reltatio of ouars satni st
we ve accenplisied la great deal inw
s thatlime. Every year we add to our
Saccomplishmer nts ard this year we are
pshisg harder titaueve. Bit by hit eral
we've increalsed "our stassding and are atlv
i anxrious s yo to show you to what eent
w d have siceeded in selling Roeal el
e E. J. HAMLEY o E To ESTATE in M
le. 1 s gr t h of a
Mr. Jates Nicholson, niember of shre
the Sherrod Grocery Company of at h
Vlkmsburg, was a visitor to town on
Monday. This was Mr. Nicholon'sa
first visit to Provideuce In nineteen
years, when our town was a small
place. lie was greatly taken with our "cr11
little city and saw massy signs of pro- still
greess. Mr. Nicholson saw nothing to time
keep it fromt being a thrivinlg, hustling the I
place in a few years. Ht has many so
old friends here who were glad to
shake his paw.
-Mr. Clark Hlall, who looked after I
the interests of the big gin during the Ifs2
past season told us that from Sept 1, ProP
1901 to Marchi 24, 1902, 5,864 tied bales carel
were turned out. During the seasonet
of 1900-1 this gin turned out 2,612 " 1
tied bales. itili
Fl Ikfast dilabA. At
C. K. lIL'S -
A slight rain fell on Wednesday.
We have not bad near enough, but the samp
little that we did get, will do some Lvea
good. There is a great deal ot cotton rei1l
not upA sol
Old ;Uoldle' 'xperleao6.
I. M. Auqtin, ia esil war veteam, of
Wlanchester, Itd, writep: "-My wlfe
was sick a long time in spite o4 good
dpootor's treatment, but'wias wholly
cered by Dr. Kinlg's New IAWe Pills, rs
whie .worked woiders for her
tesa3." They aiway dio. Try them.
sC at - . . U ttm rdn agarig *sk
..f.l . :. ,
If we expect to have a fair this fall,
in ()ctpober or November, the Fair
Assr,'iatiotn shoutlld call a meeting atd
.alrt the ball ri!ling. It is ntow lime
that the Cetalogle shontll be out allnd
hi,p di-tributed. astid if we are to
htavt our a uiIial fair there is io lilte
to be I.,4t. '['here is nothing that was
1e. r gotten upi that did more to
ad'vrllrtte iour townl anld parish tlhan
Ithe src.satall fairs we have had.
Nlthilng cai do miioret Wood or be more
beunticial than to Conttitile to have
; he' , andl every rt an iii the parish
i h uhl have pride eo-ug h to see that
we bIate ouir fair this fall on a mltoreex-.
s Ieltivet s (ll1 thIIat the preceedjig one-s.
I ['lio let ius Ibe iup alld doing and not
lohe a minute. Our hustling citizens
,,f he second:l ward, who kllow the
bemneits to he derived from our fairs,
are ready' and willing to join in the
o l enrlem t.
'lhe jurors to try tile expropriation
sui' brought by tlhe Memphis, Ilel.
ceia atnd LIuiiaIa railroad, were oil
d tilo Moiday and court convened
promtptly at 10 o'clock. Mr. C. F.
l)avi- repre(senlted lthe railroad and Mr.
C. S W% vly the deflet'lants. I took ontly
a short ltitle to dlctide the three caesR.
'lThe urphy heirs were allowed $50
Iper acre allUrags ont live acres, ont aR
count of the ladl be;ug in clo'e prox
irnity to the touwn. The Ow()ento
property was less than an acre and its
value pltaced at $27, and the Outpost
land at $15 an acre. which will amount
to very little. We undlerstaud no
money cconideration will be necessary
tor the Owenton or the Outpost lands
Our prices on Coal Oil
ar. 1cts, 1 ;2:ts and l4cts per
V. M. Purdy & Son.
fly Up at one of the railroad camps in
ce. Arkansas last ''hursday, Mr. Eddie
8es Frost, son of M r. W. B. Frost, shot
and killed a negro, who had a fuss
with the foreman and who shot at him
and ote or two others, and we under
ed stand wounded one or two persons.
he The negro was a bully and overbear
)r. ing, and it is said was always looking
e. for trouble. He was shooting atevery
ed one who came his way, and Mr. Frost
ce brought him down with a load of
buckshot. Mr. Frost is a quiet young
matt and would not have killed him it
i he had not been compelled to do so.
to lie was justiliable in what he done
e Real Estate.
to The only time when it is dangerous
as to invest money in real estate is dur
ing the progress of an unhealthy ti
E boom We have several propositions
we can make investors that are sure c
money makers. You can get the a
at property for less than a fair price. to
le Property listed with us is worth look. 11
r ini into always, We do not list the G(
s wild cat kinds.
y E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE
If AGENCY. Ii
r Mr.'Llewelen Morgan, an old Car- ti
roll boy, and sotn of the late Col. D L. th
Morgan, arrived Wednesdlay mnorning it
on a visit to his old holte, after all ts
S absence of several years. We were
S glad to see him aindl talk of boyhood
S days. it brought back fond recollec
Iions. There are matany changes since p
a Ie left, and muany have gone to that th
a borne frnom whence o traveler returns. to
Mr. Morgan brought his sister, Missn g
Laura, with hitm, anid we learu will re- ti.
l main here on a visit for a few weeks. in
9 Mr. Morgan is a resldent of Lcs ze
r Angeles, Cal., and holds a fine position '
s in that city. Fe
Freddie Egellv had the misfortune wi
lo break his right armt above the
elbow while playing ball on Tuesday. To
lie drew his artm back to throw the
ball and when the ball was let lose
from his band the bote snapped like a t
whip cord. We are sorry the young day
man met with the accident and hope ha
to see him out sootn. re
We have wlthdrawnm from the trust and last
put the price of beef down. OBreusyour Fo
We received the gratifying news wl
yesterday that Mrs. Harry Hi. Graham I
was somewhat better, antd there were e
now hopes for her recovery. 'fhis L
lady has been dangerously ill for seo-y. A
eral weeks, atd her husband and rel-. V
atlves bare been very much alarmled V
over her long and serious illness. je
Miss ManlieJobhuso left for bome
int Mislssippi yelsterday. Miss John- r
son has been in the dry goods store
of Mr. Jas S. Alillikin for the past
three years, but spends the summers
at her homie. Miss Johnson is an ex
cellentclerk anid wi!l return in the C
Our friend Caldwell has sold every cha
"critter"had in his barn-but hle is con
still with us-to remaiu anu indefiite ele
time. Whether it is the fine fishing in of t
the lake that is keeping himnt here or furt
something else, we can't say. s tow
Awake For Action f.
It Is foolish to dream of luture sat- prit
lsfaetion. It is wise to act at once. pur
Property is possible for those who are othi
careful. We'll make your dreams
cotue true bt providing a home you Boa
can buy and easily pay for. Our lists Pro
iaqlade propertles of many prices. con
THE Ei J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE o
A LIBEMAL OPPFR. to*
I'bdi uidersi~ged will give a free atow
"ample of Oblam:ertlain's Stomach, aud ther
LverTabhts to any one wantiug a aS
relisble remedy for disordars of the ccrt
esomaeh, bllitousnes, r ouastlpatiou. toW
This heI nwc retbedy audd . gojd lo.ts
J.a8. Otesard absdikwgss bid
SP1G4ALiL~ M*TB&; 'Si
J.~~L ~ t.. Hoe
Al esttr~ek lds·I~M
I Town Council Proceedings.
Lake Providence, La., May 1, 1902.
The Hon. Mayor and Board of Coun
cilmen of the town of Providence, met
& in regular session
Preseunt-G. M. Franklin. mayor;
T. J. Powell, secretary; Councilmen
C. F. Davis. N. Fousse, J. W. Pitt
man and W. S. Maguire.
Absent--Councilman C. R. Egelly.
Report of special committee, C. F.
Davis, as to sale of waterworks and
light bonds was received and filed,
and is as follows. to-wit:
To the Hon. Mayor and Board of
Councilmen of the town-(of Providence,
La.: I would respectfully report that
having proceeded to New Orleans in
accordance with your instructions. 1
called upon the representatives of the
Interstate and the Southern 'T'rust and
Banking Co., and laid the matter of
the boind issue before them. As the re
sll, t of my conferance with the said rep
Fair resentatives. 1 snulmit their written
ald proposlition herewith for your cotisid
tine Ieration. I further caltle on the An
and drews Artesian Well Co., and urged
re to the immediate sinkiitn of the well as
i e contracted for ,y the Compnsiy, and
was obined from Mr Black nore, the
e to nnager. his assurance that he woiild
han have a boriing outlit here iby the 15th.
had. and would complete the well as soon
snore as posssible. Respectfully sulbmitted,
hav-e Clifton F. Davis.
rish New Orleans, La., April 3o, 19I)2.
that Clifton F. Davis. I,ake Providence. La.
a ex. )Dear Sir-Refering to our conversa
ina. tion in New Or;eans about the issue of
not waterworks and electric light boi(Is by
zeons the town of Providence, on behalf of
the myself and associates, we will make
airs, the following proposition for the pur
the chase of said bonds. We will take the
entire issue of twenty thousand at par
upon the foll «w'u:g conditions:
Lon 1st. That the principal and inter
Ilel- est of said bonds shall by ordinance be
oil made payable at the banking house of
rued the Interstate Bank and Trust Com
F. pany of New-Orleans.
Mr. 2nd 'Ilat the Interstate Bank and
Tnly T('rust Company be made the deposito
pRes. ry of the sinking fund, which shall be
$50 paid to it annually as provided in the
ae- ordinance of Dec. 5. 1901.
ox- 3rd. That the issue, and the pro.
on ceedings relating to the issue, be sub
Iits mitted to our counsel for his opinion
oat as to the legality thereof, the town to
unt pay our counsel for their services $300.
no 4th. We will advance to the town
ary on demand after May 15th, 50 per cent.
Lds of the purchase price, the balance to
he payable upon the issuance and de
livery of the bonds.
The printing of the bonds will cost
)il between $4C and $50.
0l' Please let us hear from you at your
1. W. B. Spencer. Agt.
New Orleans. La., April 28, 1902.
tMr. Clifton F. Davis. Lake Providence, La.:
die Dear Sir-I beg to advise that we
hot have under favorable consideration
Us1 your proposition asking us to under
lit write $20,000 of light and water bonds
er- of the town of Lake Providence. In
case w, should take this issue of 5 per
r- cent. bonds at par, we would charge
ing you a fee of 21 per cent. and all expen
ry ses incident to a proper investigation.
OSt Of course our counsel will have to in- .
of vestig'tte the matter . thoroughly, and
ag provided ott are willing to have us
Sit take the issue on these terms we would
10. give tou a definite answer after we
have had advice from you.
Yours very truly,
Charles A. Sachett,
us Cashier pro tent.
ir. Action on above report deferred un
by til Thur-day, May 8th, 1902.
ts The fol!owiug resolution by Coun
re citnan W. S. Maiguare was read and
be adopted, and the secretary instrncted
e. to forward copy of same to Russel
k. lHarding. Esq, 3rd Vice President and
be General Manager of the M. H. & L.,I
R. R. Co.:
Be it resolved by the Mayor -anti
Hoard of Coualcilineu of the town of
Providence, La, Thlbat. whereas, a pe
tition of the meirchants and citizens of
L the town relative to the location of the
depot of the M. II. & La. R. R. Co.. at
this place has been presented to this
e board for action; therefore
Be it resolved, Thaat the Memphis,
lelena and Louisiana Railroad Cornm.
p:any is relquested to locate its depot at
Sthis place as near the business part of
town as possible, and that it is sug
gested to said company that the loca
lion of the depot on the site designated
in the petition of merchants and citi
zens on the plantation of Phil McGuire
woulitl be the most favorable and con
venient for said town.
T'he fllowing report of the Finance
Coutiuttee was read and adoptea, to
e Lake P'rovidence, La.. May 1, 1902.
To the Hlon. Mayor and Board of Council
e men of the Town of Providence:
We, your Finance Committee. beg leave
to report that we have examined the re
Sport of Ysucey Hell. treasurer, dated this
Sday, which shows that he has a balance on
handh of 9-23 59, which we find correct and
recommend its approval.
The report of the marshal. dated this
day, shabows that he has collected since his I
For license of 1902 ...................$10.00
For fines tor April ........'........... 15 00
wfich he has paid over to the treasurer.
We have examined and approvCti the fol- t
lowing claims and recommend their pay
kI L. Galbreth, salary lamp lighter for
April 1.. .. ... . . . ..... . 19 15 s
V M Purdy & Son, health and quaran
utine......... . ...... ..... .. 55
V M Purdy & Son, 8 & B............. 16 1 tl
Joe. Li. Fischer Lumber Co., S & B... 82 82
)D ' Peck, hauling March and April.. 7 80
" salary for April ............ 60 00
N Fousse, cleaning fire engine....... 8 00
Dr. W. D. Bell, H & Q ............... s5 00
Respectfully, . quir
Clifton P. Davis, mati
J. W. Pittman,
Ordinance by Council Egelly read r
and' adopted '
An ordinance authorizing the pur
chase of a site upon which to erect and
construct a waterworks planSt and
electric light system in and for accountg
of the town of Ptovadence, La., -and Mail
further utthorizing the Mayor of said
town of Providence to accept andsign fro
all deeds of conveyance required there- ever
f-or on behalf of the town, and appro- i
priating the aecessary amount for the sil
purchase price of said site and any tire
other expense relative thereto:
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Board of.Conuncilmen of the town of
Providence, La, in regular sesaiont
convened. That the Mayor and Board l
of Councilmen of the tows of Provi- t
dence. La.. purchase from V. M. Par
.dy. Esq., bor and og bobehalf of said
tonn for the use and bene8fit of the
town. and for the porpose of ereetlag
thereon buildings for waterworhks st i
a system of electric lights. tbohs thres '"I
cr-rtain Ilts of grond -located i. aid ri.ea
town of Providene, LI.; tnown a
lot 11 12 amdS. it, i i~ 1 n th t
bid map of uakltow. asT II. U
i ran 18 Is bltool f0 of lge . -a
dOr tr a Se inothasag fb. iseso . a. ai
mc oaf T aaled ad stlal mad t-ito eib
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nen GOOD THINGS
F RIGHT PRICES,
ce, When you want SHIRTS that are properly made in
hat º every detail, buy the
and You not only get the beet of MATERIAL and WORK.
of MIANSIIP, but a roomy garment that FITS, LOOKS
re- WELL and is a I'LEASURE TO WEAR.
Ve- We have them from 14 to 17 1-2.
Sid- Colored Negligee. Percall and Madras.
An- at S1 00 to $1 50
ed White Pique Negligee, soft finish, at $1 00
R9 White Linen Bosom#-Plain and Plaited, at $1 00 to $1 50
` º White Linen Bosum-,Full Dress, at $1 00 to $1 50
Id C' Arrow Brand Collars and Cuffs in all the latest styles.
gon COLLARS, 2 FOR -25cts
"ed, CUFFS, 25cts
º- In Men and Boys Spring
o we are offeringextra good vaiues.
by Men's Balbriggan Shirts from 34 to 44 and Drawers
of to match, 30 to 40. Suit $1 00.
ike Boys Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 26 to 32.
or- Suit, 50cts.
the AMen's Bleached Drill drawers-could not be made
_ better if you paid more. The cloth, the best summer
er weight Pepperall Drill, at 50cts.
of ' Xx. WINDOW SHADESXXX
m- Trimmed with wide Lace and Fringe and Inserting.
E Colors-Sage, Light Sage, Peacook Blue and Nile Green. :;:
Sizes 3,ft to 6,It, at 50 and 60cts,
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eTIE OLD RELIA LE
PHIL. J. McGUIRE & CO., Proprietors,
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J. 8. CUENARD, Proprietor,
Lake Street, : LAKE PROVIDENCE, A.
DRUGS, IDlICINRS, CHEICALS, PATIIT EDICIII, 2
e aCarle a Fall Liet of
SPalnts, Oils. Varnishes, Brushes' Teilt- Soaps; Perfumery, Besks,
aFlee Suatinery and Blass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded. p1
Hilel's BiG procery Houseoi
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line
Patronage soloited. Guarantee promptneh, '
]Iunning JRisks .
Despite the prevadence of robbery, a few contink ia
to keep money about their homes. In thus doing,
they are not only risking the loss of money, but
also their lives. How much safer and better.i
would be if these people were to bring their mone
to the bank.' Are you running such risks? .
The ake LProvldence Bank.
quired in ;the premises for the consum
mation of said purchase.
There being no further business the
board adjourned to Thursday, May 8th.
G. M. FRANKLIN, Mayor.
T. J. POWELL. Secretary.
Shudders at His 'Past.
"I recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier Burnett Man, of Levan
us., O, "my three years or suffering
from Kidney trouble. I was hardly
ever free from 'dull aches or acute
pains in my back. To stoop or lift
mail sacks made me groan. I flelt
tired, worn out, about ready to give
up, when I began to use Electrie Bitl
lers, but six bottles completely cared
me ano made me feel like a new man."
They're utarivaled to regulate 8tomaeh,
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. Pefect
satiafation guaranteed by J. 8 Ge(e
nard, druggist. Only 60 eOats."
-_atlo RUbeematsm Oued Aftere
P'ert ae emrsia St ereg.:
"I had beens slicted With catictl
rheumathes for fourteen yNrs," says
Josh Edgar, of Weai owa , Cal
b. was able to be atoret buteuatagat.
ltustr ed.& I tried everyt blg Ioouold
bear of -sad as ut wal told to tv
$mberlMa'isl P? Bala, which did4
ti w. Ilmns4Isnely relItved ad to "
short imo eaured, antrd I e bsppy to
ay it Itas at sines rtormed." Why
not ins this ililent and gal well ? It
Is for sale at . 8. Uai ',s drug
A woman who has had experience
with this disease, tells bow to preieat
any dangerous consquenoes from i t.
She says: Our three childre totq
whooping cough iost suamtor, oar
baby boy. being doli tbre" montbh
old, and owing to our giving them
Chamberlain's Congh Remedy, they
lost none of thbir plumpness and name
out Io much butter health them other
bhildren whose parents did not use
this remedy. Our oldest lttle girl
would call lastily for ougb syrup be.
twee. whoqpe.-Jesole Plukey . Hai.
Spriaugtlle, Ala. This remedy ie for
sae at J. S. GOeuard'i drug sire...
It Saved gHi Leg.
P. A. Dafortbh, of LaGreage, Ga.,
suffered for rif moaths with a fright.
ul runns l sore on his leg; but wri
that neekles'6 Aeolus 8Sive wholly
oated it Is bae daye. f1or Urersn
rooudi, Piles, it's the beet saele ithel
world. Oure glarnateed. Osly SSe.
bold at J. 8 GOmard's -drug. stor
Os^lr "s .
ers d, b I ig t.
a ut obwaM. oMar sadr
hind foot wbhib. Wili for be.r e
covery. W bo
"~t· 9~ 7
ySAM GALAI¶TX t gO
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GIUT'S FURISHING GOODS, TRUNS,
yVALISES AND OVER SHOES.
Everything in our Store is New and srt-Class and we
solicit a liberal share of your ppronage.
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The Great Bargain House of
Corner Lake and Levee Streets, North-Side,
DRY GOOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS AND
LADIES' ANDi GENT'S NURNBISHINGS.
We also arry a coomple
93F1NE MILtANEiy, :gg
Of the Latest Styles and Fads, ahd our Prices are :,
.r I respectfully uk a share of the publip patronage and guarantee to
treat every one right.
S. W. SMITH, President. J. N. HILL, Vioe-Plreiduut.
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDENOE. LA.
CAPIT' L ., ;STOCKr oo0,000.00.
Deposits Received from 51.00 Up.
Slcllits Your Busianss, Every Aocommodatlen Cosisatntr with Safe
Reoeives Deposits Subject to Check, Boys and Sells Exohange, Loans mosey
and transasots General banking Business.
.J7. fr. TOOIE, Jr., Cashisr.
Bank Opens at 9 A. M. and. Closes at 4 P. M,
*. J. BuxR nek,
Bernard Building, Lake Street, LAKE PBOVIDINB, LA.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots an Shoes,
aIN herytalla p Kl a In l frst-Clma 'iore.
esereS aimg for Lsadi.e ,
Everything four Geentlemen.
A. Full Line of Groceries.
We r bar to stay, and bF alr and Honest )Dealln, we hope A6 ballad
up a frset-las Trade. We soi your busianss ad wml do our bet to
plea yous. vO us as a lL 4
Gedo W oKeu -
Th O2n Rit n'lasbe iwese roMuses
o Ii:h:ue,( Iis aol ig ,
.Pany ,fPaily . Groceres
*S IaY**S yeatoU Alai eeou0*c~re'ar* 0ease, . * A
iuES & ClAiA WAUON.
*b*0,.st Pc e Paid tor Otette j, .
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