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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1898

- -- -2 C. m 'e g VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1898. 1 ý si º ý ý ik~3 j61~h CHAPTER XVI--Continued. Thrasher took in the situation, and, finishing his currant wine, he drew his leather sleeve across his very large mouth, and, flinging his saddle bags over his shoulder he said: "I am going to he inn." 'That id all right, my man," said Mr. Hedges, handing him a coin; "I'll see you again." "Will you send back an answer, sir?' "Yes; to-morrow all the Captain's friends will give you letters to hand to him." "But, sir, I must leave to-night." "To-night?" in chorus from the peo ple about Thrasher. "Yes; I must go to Gardner's Island, where a boat will take me to New York," replied the fellow, with a self-posses sion that proved him no novice in this business. "How long will you remain?" asked Valentine Dayton. ,"About two hours." "Very well; we shall try to have the letters by that time," said Mr. Hedges. Thrasher bowed humbly and left. He had...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1898

WFle Barrrqqr-Demrocrat. PUSISHLED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMFA8 N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. UBJSCRIPTION : 2 00 PER YEAR. Sattrrday, December 17, 1898. THE ELECTION CARRIED. The election on Thursday in our town on the waterworks question passed off quietly and their was hustling on both sides. The election Was carried by a good size majority, both in number and amount. Total number votes............... 74 Total valuation property .......$122,335.00 Total number votes favor tax.... 51 Total value propery favor tax.... 84,023.00 Total oumber votes against tax.. 23 Total value property against taxr. 37,710.00 Majority votes favor tax ......... 28 Majority property favor tax ..... 46,915.00 The Baton Rouge Advocate souven ir edition of the 6th, is nicely gotten up, and is a credit to. editor Chevis. The paper is complete in its write-up of Baton Rouge and its prominent business men. The Police Jury of Richland parish passed an ordinance at their last meeting re...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1898

-- ....... UNS -GREAT GUNS I GREAT OUNS! jiere me are again to shom the public me have the most complete Stoo1l of Grogerieý in lonmn IIT Olives. Asparagus. * Fancy Table Syrup, Olive Oil. French Peas, Sugar Honuse Molases, Fancy Pickles. Mushroons, Shred Codfish, Loose Pickles, Lye Homony, Pigs Feat, Dil Pickles. California Fruits, Fat Mackerel, Chow Chow, Pine Apple, Rolled Beef., Horse Radish. Huckin's Soups, Pickled Herring, Fancy Sauces, Mince Meat, Fancy Sardine's, Celery Salt, Buckwheat. Fancy Salmnon, Pickled Onions, Cracked Wheat, Brawn, Shred Cocoanut, Oat Menl, Corn Beef. Cranberries, Petti Johns Breakfast Food, Shrimp, Gelatine. Cordova Coffee, Fancy Cakes, Cosmo Tea, Rio Coffee, Fancy Candies, Corn Starch. Java Coffee, Fresh Creamery Butter, Pulverized Sugar, Spices, Gold Band Hams, Cut Loaf Sugar, Maple Syrdp, Acorn Breakfast Bacon, Nutmegs, POSTAL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. I-NLICE LINE OF IMPORTED CHINAWARE. HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, STOVES, TIN WATER SETS, CHILDREN'S BATHi TUBS. ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1898

Eczema PalW MlStohing, lurnlng. Smamrt Ieg and sw3lling-Hoo8's Cures. SMy little boy was severely alieted with iosma, and we gave bhi Hood's 8Sa eparilla whibch eared him. We always keep Hood's Sarsaparilla on hand, and I have found it very beneoficial for palpita tos o. the heart. Ny mot.er has taken -t for rheumatism and it has hepd herer." Ms. Vlaaa Frankltin, IL Otto, N. V. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is Ameics'sGreatest Medicine. S; six for $5. Hood's Pils care all liver Ill. h cents. TRUMPET CALLS. 3m's Rem s sosmad a Warnint Note to the Unredeemed. N Christ, only, Is perfect rest. Guilt arms shadows with spears. f The fame of f devotion is kin dled at the altar c of prayer. The best secret keeper Is the one that does not C know It. Every man who Mells the truth for gain, is a brother to Judas. Reuson is the eye of thought. Let sin live, and It will kill you. Character is a polyglot linguist. History is embalmed humanity. Holiness qualifies for immortality. A good man must be good as ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 December 1898

It ? ., cabin. VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISHLA.,STR DECEMBER" 24 1898. .* °1" LAKIE PROVI ;Thr: I 1>5~g HAPTER XVI--Continued ot Eo, I must return; it Is better that we should talk here; I wish to ea th He sale with Capt. Fox." a "So I heard, so I believed; but did nCertainly, here cannot be any doubt hours ago from the Captain."he wa CThat is strange XsaI-Contllne, draw-ot No, Iher little return; it is better that we should talk hero; I wish to peahink tur about Ralph." "Why, Ralph hasgone to Nehim. York. am le salled with Capt. Fox." sot "Sbrother I heard, so I believed; but did 1 Capt. Fox go to New York?" i not ls S"Certanly,there cannot answer for meany doubt mnot about that, for a letter came only a few whi hourens ago rom the Captain." of e "That is strange," said Untilla, draw- mae ing her little red hand across her brow. "I whiut why should you think it strange?" "1 t scannot efor plan, LeaYork. I do not quit jerk und then he stand the ground sout mhdread...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 December 1898

+WIe larjnr-Dejrpr enocrat. TOt PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT T LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. erm regi P JAMES N. TURNER. Ma3 Publisher and Proprietor. Fou --- - - ----- Aid qIUBSCRI'PTION: 8200 PER YEAR. O utes Saturday, December 24, 1898. pen -- - low ado REVETMENT AND LEVEES. " A large meeting of representative miti citizens of our parish was held at the the that court house on Tuesday for the pur- p pose of interesting the Mississippi The River Commnission in the revetment Thai above the town of Providence, and Tax Itce to call the attention of our Levee Fine Board to the dangerous situation at Salem from the rapid caving at that Tha point. Col. E. W. Constant was oo elected chairman and Mr. L. Aschaf fenburg secretary. Our wide awake y Levee Commissioner IIon. J. E. por Ranadell made a brief address ex toll plaining the situation above Provi. I) F dence and at Salem and offered reso- C R lutions Which were unanimously Jno adopted and are in print elsewhere. at These resolutions refer to a...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 December 1898

-. I AT GUNS GREAT GUNSI! jlere -we are again to Thom the public we have the most complete $toc1 of Grocerieg in Tomn !I Olives. Asparagus, Fancy Table Syrup, Olive Oil. French Peas, Sugar House Molases, Fancy Pickles. Mushroons, Shred Codfish, - Loose Pickles, Lye Homony, Pigs Feat, Dil Pickles. California Fruits, Fat Mackerel, Chow Chow, Pine Apple, Rolled Beef. Horse Radish, Huckin's Soups, Pickled Herring, Fancy Sauces, Mince Meat, Fancy Sardine's, Celery Salt, Buckwheat. Fancy Salmon, Pickled Onions, Cracked Wheat, Brawn, Shred Cocoanut, Oat Meal, Corn Beef, Cranberries, Petti Johns Breakfast Food. Shrimp. Gelatine, Cordova Coffee, Fancy Cakes, Cosmo Tea, Rio Coffee, Fancy Candies, Corn Starch. Java Coffee, Fresh Creamery Butter, Pulverized Sugar, Spices, Gold Band Hams, Cut Loaf Sugar, Maple Syrup, Acorn Breakfast Bacon, Nutmegs, POSTAL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. a®iNICE LINE OF IMPORTED CHINAWARE. HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, STOVES, TIN WATER SETS, CHILDREN'S BATH TUBS. Bagging and Ties, Hay,...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 December 1898

Soldiers From the War `Iweailtl hse Nood's Sarsapdil ` been to soidiues, because It s as, bands op the and bring beek health. e soldier sad every frien 1 d's Sarsaparilla aestea eltedirne. St;sis tor '- w s eta cs iek esi ý ha Us. Vbs Diesen e Wresureet. f The new pendulum chronescope is aid to be the most wonderful timing iatruwment in the world. It measures securately down to the one-thousandth at of a second. It can be used with the qlickness of a stop watch, and saltbW electrician nor mathematieian is needed to operate the Instrument, whieh is mechanical, with simple elec trical.attachments. The speed of a aneson ball can be determined by the a timer, and it will tell thi lapse of time between the firing of a revolver sad the starting of a runner, or deter mine bow long It takes a boxer to de liver a blow. " anSy atmrprse el J stm. The proress of railway enterprise in Japan in 1897 is phenomenal. Since t117, when the pioneer railway was aenstgacted between Yokahama and Tokyo, a ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 December 1898

. k i.Sl~e"I; ii - -i - i VOL. XL. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATUJIAY, flW 1.* CHAPTER XVIL-Conutiues. 'I wish Old Graham was dead. But perhaps it is as well that he is here; I can report to him at onee, or bleed him again. Confound him, I am not in his ower, but he is in mine. Why should I care for him, or be alarmed it he were here this moment! I am master, and master I shall remain while there is a plank afloat, or a rag above it." In this way Fox worked off his anger, and with It his confidence Is his own wonderful powers. He was emphatically a man e saetioa, but, when excited, his sommand at words was equal to the mergy with which he used them. He put the map Frennatd had given him into his pocket, sad then, taking his arm, walked bak with him to the The had but just reached there, when a tall form emerged from the darknees, and Uaneas, chief of the Moatasks, en. veloped in a scarlet maatle, that was iripping with moisture, stood before Ithem. 'You are true to ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 December 1898

'FlIe Balqrinr*Derrocrat. THE -- Tb PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT was LAKE I'ROVIDENCE. LA. were of lic JAMES N. TURNER. next Pablisher and Proprietor. the .1 make sUBSCRI1'TION: 1200 PER YEAR. tax R lectet Saturday, December 31, 1898. sitLie Sing a ________- ~throu An enterprising manager offered year, Hlobson $50,000 for fifty lectures, until but he refused the offer. Dewey was ion offered $5,000 for a magazine article, ways but he declined the offer also. that The Shreveport Journal says re- with peal the lien on cotton for supplies, and 1 and the beneficial results to farmers met will soon become more apparent. the They will then raise more home pro- It ducts and get better prices for 'their over staple. elect that The ILouisiana 'I'eachers Associa- road tion met in New Orleans on Monday undo and Tuesday. There was a large thin) number of teachers from all parts of dabl the State in attendance and a great F deal of important work was accom- road plished. pedi Mrs. Martha Field, "C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 December 1898

N GREAT GUNSI - GREAT GUNS!E- jere me are again to dhom the public-me have the mott complete Stog1i of Grogeriee in Town II! Olives, Asparagus. Fancy Table Syrup. Olive Oil. French Peas, Sugar House Molases, Fancy Pickles. Moshroons, Shred Codfish, Loose Pickles, Lye IIomony, Pigs Feat, Dil Pickles. California Fruits, Fat Mackerel, Chow Chow, Pine Apple, Rolled Beef. Horse Radish, Huckin's Soups, Pickled Herring, Fancy Sauces, Mince Meat. Fancy Sardine's, Celery Salt, Buckwheat, Fancy Salmon, Pickled Onions, Cracked Wheat, Brawn, Shred Cocoanut, Oat Meal, . Corn Beef. Cranberries, Petti Johns Breakfast Food, Shrimp. Gelatine. Cordova Coffee, Fancy Cakes, Cosmo Tea, Rio Coffee, Fancy Candies, Corn Starch, Java Coffee, Fresh Creamery Butter, Pulverized Sugar, Spices, Gold Band Hams, Cut Loaf Sugar, Maple Syrup, Acorn Breakfast Bacon, Nutmegs, POSTAL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. SiNICE LINE OF IMPORTED CHINAWARE. HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, STOVES, TIN WATER SETS, CHILDREN'S BATII TUBS. Bagging and Ties,...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 December 1898

C rn4rQ ured .3.e Pur~od by Mood's Sepa r r "Is and Nealtb I0 Cood. ' was treablOed' r a tlo time with h - top, tea .tsad adfelaglalr y head.I - o san taking good'5 asaparill, and it did M s world of good. My sufferings from from eatarrb are over nat my health is good." wes. A. . bbo. yPownal, Mine. allow Hood's Sarsaparilla ton. [a AmedreGreatest Medioine. 1 dx tot i. Hoed's P sllle our Idver L tns oe to soA possi MI'S ODD ABOUT 03IS3. wate SeS Oma't 55a4 a DeitetOma Whim coda w m shiety. watel Geese5 are peculiar," said an ad less poultry msleman in Manhattan mar *et. "P't them out in a rainstorm tion when they have a good thirst on, and clean they are liable to die. About tnea ary years age I was engaged by a firm to 0o out through the west to buy live geese and chikens. I bought about ten carloads, put them In crates, and start d east. The geese were in the crates e sserest the noor of the open car- as that's the regular way to ship them- wate and on top of them were piled the...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 January 1899

~Ije &tnntr#aelt0t wd.t VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1899. NO. 30 .-. - - ... , TAKING FACE MAS. I m i 1il T Lq / Q IIr _ or Swa Cap aid < Fox was Uncas arose and again set the lamp t on the table. tur "Wait, worthy sachem, before you It leave, a few questions more; but first the sit down," said Graham, motioning him t to the bench. With a look of surprise the chief thr obeyed him. "Did Fox say anything about-about and Captain Denham?" .4 sIe did," said Uncas, cautiously. thr What?"be a "I cannot recall all that he said, but I'll tell you something wonderful that I by know." "What is that, Uneas?" "Captain Ralph Denham is now sleep- my lag with the dead." "You are sure of this?" "As sure as that I see you sitting up wit in that bed befoie me," replied Uncas. san Colonel Graham coughed to keep the back the shout of joy that trembled on ver his lips, and then he pressed his long, T white fingers to his eyes, and so re- Doi mained for ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 January 1899

,efl)oCrat. RY SATURDAY AT (E PROVIDENCE, LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Pubitaher and Proprietor. eUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday January, 7, 1899. GOOD NEWS The Picayune's Washingon Bureau, January 3. says that 1tin. S. T Baird, in response to requests of citizens of north Louisiana, has been active in se curing government aid in repairing the revetlment of the northern portion of Lake Providence reach, which is gixing away and threatening the des truction of the hack levee. He is in formed by Co,. Gillespie, president of the Mississippi River Commission, that the sum of $10,000 will be expended in strengthening the revetment, and Col. Gillespie will recommend to the com mission an expenditure of $200,000 for the purpose of extending the revetment about 7,000 feet, as destruction of the revet ment would" endanger the levee hack of it and prove disastrous to the northern portion of the state. The commission will have to approve the allotment." Senator Caffery is opposing the Morgan Nic...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 January 1899

MAGUIRE SCHN EDER EX'I'END thanks to their friends and customers for the courtesies extended them during the year 1898, and ask for a liberal share of their patronage during the year 1899................ We call your attention to our late arrivals: Mushroons, Rolled Beef. Asparagus, French Peas, Pigs Feat, Pine Apple, Pride illinois Corn, Loose Pickles, Mince Meat, Fancy Soups, Queen Olives, Prunes, California Fruits, Lunch Tongue, Codfish, Hlolland Herring, Waukesba Cheese, Celcry Salt, . Fat Family Mackerel. Cream Cheese. IRISH POTATOES, Sqg:ir House Molases, Maple Syrup, ONIONS. POSTEEL'S ELOEGANT FLOUR. Hay, Corn. Oats, Bran and Peruna Feed. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, January 7, 1899. J. E. RANSDELL, IV. IH. MONTGOMERY, F. X. ItANSDELL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law - A N D--- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 'OF FAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SUPREME COURT. Clft...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 January 1899

AT THE STATION. My c He is his ft A tiny tot in a torn blue dress, - ort With tear-stained face and eyes of to thr brown, A doll which receives an odd caress, anj A little stocking that's fallen down; to stl Shyly looks but with wistful air, and 1 At the regiment slowly passing by, as to But she doesn't recognize any one a there, 50 e And she drops her doll and begins yo"Ae to cry. the o nearl; I genlly ask in a soothing tone, ear As I stoop and kiss the tearful face; tinue "Who are you watching for here, alone, camp Tn this great big, noisy, crowded place?" only Slowly she raises her tear-wet eyes, see Then sobbingly whispers: "I's 'ttle whol May, line, An' I wanted to tate my papa by l, I sup'ise, Don't For 'is wegiment's tomin' home to- made day." woul "Dear little girl, you must not cry, hair. Papa will be right along, never Klt5 fear"- fount But before I can finish she darts me ter I by, didn Oulck brushing away a vagrant know tear-- m And into the arms of one passing a iii the...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 January 1899

s Ism an 9m ra4 1 .- - - *W i mY' a m m VOL. XI. LAKE EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1899. NO. 31 -a- -c - n------- CHAPTER XIX--Continued. "You are quite right, sir. But ma ask when Captain Fox is expect beak?" It may be to-day, or it may be 1 morrow. Mr. Frenauld is to inform n In the meantime, Mr. Dayton. I c iay to you, sir, in unofficial confldent 'that I am not at all pleased with t appearance of things-" On board the Wanderer, sir?" "On board the Wanderer and. board the Sea Hawk, on ship and shore. Shiver my timbers, Val--b pardon, sir-I do not like the appea ance of things, so let us get on sbor where we can talk without man-o'-w restraint." Valentine was more than willing agree to this. They were soon at D Hedees' house, much to that gentl man's delight-and they insisted c talking in a room apart, greatly to th+ wetleman's surprise. During this conversation Mr. Hedgi told -his nephew that the Wanderer, I the absence of Captain Fox, was a vei different ship...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 January 1899

tFl e Bar~ppr-I)enocrat. 'il tPUBLISHED EVERIY ATURDAY AT palp LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. pssi of tit Sof tb JAMES N. TUIRNEIL. Publisher and Proprletor. sl}BSCitIP'ION: $2 00 PER YEAR. as Il pawl Saturday January, 14, 1899. bein toll m )i '~he city tax in Shreveport is 42 the mills. This is a pretty heavy tax = ( and it no doubt takes bustling on the duct part of the poor people to pay it. is to -- Ihis ' Henry Watterson, editor of the I oll Courier-Journal, is out in a leading 0ot editorial announcing Dewey and'Fitz- nice hugh Lee as candidates for presiden- fowl tial honors in 1900. The platform ,up of the nominees to be the stars and will Stripes, God bless them. briT lint _-- - but A bill has been introduceel in the shni House of the North Carolina legisla- "m' ture requiring all railroads in the to a to n State to operate separate coaches for whi white and colored passengers. It the will soon be a law in every Southern svio State. 'i In nine months Alabama, Louis- out Jana and Missi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 January 1899

ýIAUU ,E & SHNEHJ`EIER EXTENDthanks to their friends and customers for the courtesies extended them during the year 1898, and ask for a liberal share of their patronage during the year 1899 ........... TWe call your attention to our late arrivals: Mnushroons, Rolled Beef. Asparagus. French Pt'as, Pigs Feat. Pine Apple, Pride !Illinois Corn, . Loose Pickles, Mince Meat, *Fancy Seups. Queen Olives. Prunes, California Fruits, Lunch Tongue, Codfish, llolland Ilerring, Waukesha Cheese, Celery Salt, Fat Family Mackerel, - Cream Cheese, IRISH POTATOES, Sugar House Molases, Maple Syrup, ONIONS. POSTEEL'S ELEGAn2T FLOUR. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Peruna Feed. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, January 14, :899. 1. E. RhNSl)erI,, \V. I. MONTGOMERY, F. X. RIANSDELL. Notary Public and - Inturance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A N D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. V1I.LL PRACTICE IN TIlE COURTS OF IAS-T CARLROLL, WEST CARROLL AND e MArISON PARISIIES, AND TIIE STATE SUP...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 January 1899

SCatarrh k head, with Its :gg asses Is the SEl a, bsng. saapplg sonadS, severe headache d dlgriable discharges, is Meeatly easet by oed's Saesaparilla. he De am daily with lees appliesttons. Take *IeW s gasperl sad make a thorough sA gompet oares bWy eoadieatla from the led the sealslos ta"la that eassa ' S 3emember of . Mod's Sarsaparilla i lA.G eletsete Meaielse. SlX sew t na eas Pts ease an ln er Ills. oeants. ev cli noo r7'frVT'HIN4S TO WEAR. 8o bSir h on bats, on dresses, a to *p'UrOk ad in the hair are one the bAlge's latest whims. -" 6rr n slghtgolps are now made .4a1i and lawn, cut -low In the Pr Sgeg a with'elbow sleeves. tri "*aVe your skirts lined with the * SAlat t silk; the rustle is no more $C o a h a'g," is considered good advice. an S Vr  s the latest idol is the silken as f twisted tn the coIs of the hair; a S ods. to be adjusted by the hands d at s artist. The latest dlctate of fashion Is that RI tae s•5inm girl's wardrobe is not ccm- M lte unsie she has at le...

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