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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 August 1899

VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899. NO. 10. WOMANS INLUENCE 1 d 1 CHIAPTER II. S~sna cocsLas. On the southeastern coast of Nan, tucket Island is situated the little town of Siasconset, formerly a fishing hamlet, founded by brave and hardy men, who built their box-like cabins on the bol I bluff rlsing from this dangerous coast, and wrested from its waters their har vests of cod and pollock. For two centuries this place had an uneventful, unprogressive existence, but lately the hand of improvement has touched it, and under the modernizing influence, it is gradually tending to wards the realiration of that much' abused thing, a summer resort. To the world in general, it is still com paratively unknown, but to those for tunate enough to have spent a summer beneath the inspiration of its life-giving air, its charming, unconventional fea tures afford a theme for never-ending praise. Margaret chanced to hear of this odd bit cf creation, and longi...

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. — 19 August 1899

tpIe Banrlr-I)emocrat. THE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. of th Cong JAMES N. TURNER, that Publisher and Proprietorw elee receil QUBSCRIPTION: 5200 PER YEAR. 284 o andi Saturday August 19, 1899. tion , _ _ _ _ _ still I ---- -- octalt pl5Th 01DiST. LavEC DORRD,. Regular meetiings ae ond Wednesday'a In .Ianuary, April JuLy' ti'j October, at D)elta, La. Pari FOR CONGRESS, FIFTil DIST'RICT, Jos. E. Ransdell, OF EAST CARROLL. Conn E. C Friai iPpoupce ents. ot Jack FOR EMRIPF. Mali We are authorized to announce Mn. Rich .I.W. DatNN, .aa eandidate for re-ele- lens iion to tho office of Sheriff, subject to Unic the action of the Democratcle party. Oun FOR CLERK. We are authorized toainnonce hit. ,J. S. GUENARD s as O candidate for the ofloe of Clerk of the 7th D)istrict Court, subject to the action of tbe Dew- F ocratic party. fricl I-t.e Bryan and Jones will stump the State of Kentucky for Goebel, the quit regular Democratic nominee. in r Gen. Otis, whose arbitrary man-...

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. — 19 August 1899

I Banner Mackerel. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER'S II [11 THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, con ---- - -.---Se Stec Saturday, August 1", :899. and on J. R. IBIAnDILL, W. H. MOxTooNr RY F. X. RANSD•LL. Notary Public and - Insuranee Agent. All Ransdell&Ransdel " Attorneys at Law - A N D--l be Real Estate Agents, " Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF ,,, BAST CARROLL, WaT CAROLL AND did MADIsoN PARISHIS, AND THE STATE ere SOasPxR COOURT. Cifton F. Davis, Co -AND- RLeal ltDtatt te .At.. Lake Providence. La. frt HAVIou JUST FINISIJRD A OONPLRETI tc ABsraACT OF ALL THE LANDS In EAST CARROLL, I Am rtEPArIsD TO rVTN1IS ADITACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, mi cr E WAYLES BROW NE, 1.1 COURT ar STMaOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIO. th Local and Parish News. all The river continues to fall. See J. W. Pittman for cotton baskets. to The school term se fast approaching. The lion. Police Jury met on Tues- J. day. The town is in debt and without a dollar. We should begin to bsving cool , nights. fi The fi...

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. — 19 August 1899

ADMIRAL DEWEY HOMEWARD BOUND. Life Story of the Hero of Manila. WasmrKeoY, D. C. (Special).-Ad miral Dewey will arrive at New York about October 1. This information was received by Secretary Long a Iew days ago, and was immediately an nounced by the officers of the Navy Department. Two or three days before Secretary Long cabled Admiral Dewey at Hong Kong asking him to state about when he would arrive in the United States. Admiral Dewey was informed that he was to govern himself entirely by his own wishes in the matter of coming home.. The Department desired that he feel no official restraint whatever. The hero of Manila Bay was to take -Ij T DRADALS - FAT1&R his time, if he desired, and stop wher ever he wished. Of course the official despateh to Admiral Dewey conveyed this information very briefly, but enough was said to let him feel that he was to govern himself according to his individual desires. Soon after the Admiral cabled frort Hong Kong the announcement thathe would st...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 26 August 1899

SIEE &SAnnrL UeDAYAUUTn r VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1899. wJM INFLUENCE1 CHAPTER III-Centinuod. "I thought you were afraid of the wet sand," she said. "If you entertain any fears for your delicate constitution I ad ,ise you to return to the village." "\ hich is a p dlte way of expressing your wish to be rid of me; but I have no desire to spend the day in those hen coops. There's the sun now. Blessed eight! I'm going to move thip shLwl up there where it is dryer. May I? It is positively suicidal to sit here. If you should be ill, I'll have to act as Escu lapius, for there isn't a man of pills and squills in the whole village, I'm told. So be warned in time." "It will be more prudent, no doubt," admitted Margaret. allowing him to move the shawl in questi-;n, "but we cal't see the waves so well." "That's no great loss. We know they are there, which is jypt as good. Do you know, I've bey n thinking of you all night. Really, I had a str...

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. — 26 August 1899

Li1e I-cs. I r.r-) crocrut. TE IL _ - - - The L L'UBLIBIIHD EVERY SATUTILDAY AT staunoh LAKE 1'ltOVIDENCE. LA. State, an -- the pre' JAMES N. TUItLNI;L, ing editr. i'uilisher and 'lrolpricetr. who pro] S .- - party of ,,1;ti lCitiI'los : $2 1 I'kP R YfEAR' of the R' . - - - t i it ii PIFTh DILT, LOOEAE EBOA4R, Intlen lit u uli 1ii finih Sr r ond .Viednn* d i . i. r p hisplt in ,Janary. April July, antd t()ltOltcr at tlltil is c i)clta, i.a. which at that Io i ictIi cIi FOR1 CO)NGI;ESS, 1IFTH l1ISTI , Tad i si Jos. E. Ran sded "" when w (OF EAST CARltOLL. of the !clean si ----- lieve to Iioup n - e Otta of howl --- '- - and sllt FOR REPRESENT4ATII :. am . WIVe are autlhorized to annonnce Mil \we find L. K. IAInttEl as; eandidlate for R'p- partne reeiltatie from East Carroll parish inl ing the tie lower h'ouse of the General As.iom- and the hlv of Ihe State, subject to the action ies whl of the D)eumocratic part)'. of v'eiu We ari aaithiorized to annelinee M!t Ih fi 4 S. ivYI.v as 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. — 26 August 1899

JOS. E. RANSDELL FOR CONGRESS, . Maglire & Silueiler Tor Fac Groceries. "ooe@ooooooeoeooeeoee@eg.e.....eooo..ee..ooo.. I;NEED)A BISCUITS. DIIUNBAR SHRIIMP, CHOW CHOW. lNEEoA W\AYFERS, ASPAISRGUS. FANCY GHERKINS, VEAl LOAF, MUS111OONS, CELERY SALT, IlRA'\ N. FANCY OIVES, QUINCE JAM. FRANKI5URTEK SAUSA(;E. OLIVE 0L. 'PLUM PUDDING. IIORN HARBOR OYSTERS, HORSE RAD)iSII MUSTARD. TOMAT) CATSUP. Gold Band Hams, Acor, Broakfast Bacon, Fat ZMackorel. -POST'EL'- 9E LEG1; r.A.'1TT PI'..OIITTR.. SADDLERY AND HARNESS Hay, Corn, Cats, Bran, Crushed Feed and Rock Salt. THE BAN# ER-DEMOCRUAT, Saturday, August 2(:, "80. J. N. RANSDiI.L, W. fl. MoNTGOMRRY F. X. RAiw5D4LL. Notary Public and -- Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdcl Attorneys at Law -A N D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE CounTs OF F¶AST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SuPRwE COURT. Clfton F. Davis, AL.ttyp -at-L arwr -AND -eal "1Eatate .A t., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUS...

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. — 26 August 1899

PHILIPPINlI TOBACCO. Wttl Danger of Competition with Amierlean-Made Goods. "Just at the present time," a!ld a prominent tobacco man, "It is of inter est to consider the relation of be Phil ippine tobacco industry to the United States. There need be no fear of comn petition. We will sell themr inflnitaly more than we will ever buy from them, and as the islands get more civilized and more Americans and Europeans settle there, we will sell them more and more tobacco and cigars and buy less, though we can not take many fewer cigars than we do now," rclatea the New York Sun. "I have several acquaintances, Englishmen, who occa sionally like a Manila cigar, and they have to get themn ;f one dealer. Ile sends to Canlada for these cigars in single case lots, for there is no stock Rept in this country,and yet they mal:e in the Philippines a matter of 150,000, 000 cigars a year. There have been from time to time efforts to introdu'e these cigars here, but without much success. In England they ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 2 September 1899

:3ant t. VL .AEPtInnTrRLUenA.TRoERnz. VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1899. NO. 1U. MA IINFLUEJNCE Ithe Sovv osul (:h . fixture in tae quiet little fishing town. The claim of his aunt n Nantuck he atisied his sense of oblgatio. found its dullness so oppresive thato Lie Jleep seemed the only reasonable or CHAPTER IV. ºza p ossible occupation. Y The weeks passed, and Brian was stillprac a fixture alizn tinge quiet little fishing town. Bi The claims of his aunt in Nantucket t were entirely forgotten, a letter written eve soon after his coning to S'conset having gai atin shed his sense of obligation. strongly. Evidently S'eonset had developed new his companyrms or him since the dahe had the v fouslid tes dullness so oppressive that ion sHereep seemed the only reasonable or ul possble occupation. And Margaret, having awakened him upe to a new view of the place, was prac- I tinvigcally realizing that constant banging ail on she had once reprobat...

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. — 2 September 1899

tj1,; 1S:tf!-:r.i;r-I).Lr c rOatl, SIR. SN¶. OOULISlH:D yVERY SA'U!DA¥ AT 1 T t LAKE o(tIDVIlNC1i'. LA. -  o rt:trutl J A.I ; '. T'UtINI , fort:al al Poatlliher iand Propyrettr. by the go .---- -  a Pica; .....lFTI 0 •1 Yl , ;ict's hi .. . . . . "E R . ..... t In ri •.aturdav. 1ptett her a, .4i.i4 in i -_ _ __-- .. . . d erf Said : itFrh 01.31, LiEr-t' c-rRD, * i I l O ' REP R S 4T, IU E), l- i st' '` WVe ire a tloit/i ti a *nOiur'e ).I yurc L t Ar. foti,: *s in :, 0 t l *or T e: }t~lt:;. l.a..,t V l; ll the lower of ti t, nisi' of h Re S.i'tat e. s axlind rest f.O Rhe Democrati p R t.I Ttitpii tollIIP taili~fi~ ~ t ( t iti ()Ipu'et +li.iv if ' itfir r .el . t ite fro 'te ~r tuEs t (':tc i if .'t ,t ',ini ithe I l ral hj lsth of ii:;e, ofl i bt A n t pstrt" b etil' of the N a t ate, to t te i c'C o i1n riti, t \t e tirf' authorii ! i to a Itn Inet \' - It n litt C . K . S w a 1 iP R n l :ft e! f o r tr, - w i h e se'C In i tit, it i 'tt lo fit "it o ra r atl oft a li ti 1i ' l...

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. — 2 September 1899

H Mi uf .t ,I 1in n lolIu Gillnllu·I g u Maglire & Sclheider br Falcy GlroceiiesX. UNEEDA BIS(UITS. DIUNBIAR SHIIMP, CHOW CIIOW, UNEEI)A \VAYFERS, ASPARUGUS. FANCY GHERKINS, VEAL LOAF, MUSIIROONS. CELERY SALT, BRAll N. FANCY OLIVES, QUINCE JAM. FRANKFURTE!R SAUSAGE. )LIVE 0IL, PLUM PUDI)ING. IIORN II A RIIOR OYSTERS. HO()RSE RADISH MUSTARD, TOMATO CA'I'SUP. GoldBand t-ams, Acorn Brcakfast Bacon, Fat Mackcoel. SADDLLR, Y AND HARNESS Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Crushed Feed and Rock Salt. TIE BANNeK-OEMOCRAL, Saturday, Septcniber 2, 1819. J. R. RANsDLI.L, W. 1i. JONTooMHEri1 F. S. BRANSDLL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransddl AttorInoy at Law - A ND- eoal Estato Agents, Lake Providencs, La. WILL PRAOTICE IN THE COURTS O HA. CARROLL, WiST CARROLI. AN] MADISON PABISnES, ANlD THE STAT' SuirasaE COURT. Clfton F. Davis, Attry-nt-Lamar -AND Iteal JDestate ,.8gt. Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISIP.rD A COMPLETI ABDFRAOT OF ALL THE LANDB IN EAs CABRROLL, I AM PBEPA...

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. — 2 September 1899

LIFE AND LOVE. There is something to live for and some- There is nao.ettUpg to live for and some thing o love thing to love. Wherever we iger, wherever we rove; 'Tis a trth which the misanthrope ne'er There are thousands of sad ones to cheer can disprove, and sustain For the' thorns and thistles may choke up Till hopes that are hidden beam o'er them the flower. again. Some beauty will grace the most desolate aga. bower. There is something to live for and some thing to love Then think on it, wherever thou art, For the spirit of man is like garden or Let the life be for men and the love for the grove; heart, It will yield a sweet fragrance, but still you For know that the pathwy which leads us must toil. above. And cherish the blossoms and culture the Is something to live for and something to soil. love. rTHE BACHELOR'S SURRENDER, i How the Stylus Club Lost Its President.  L During the three years Joe Heagel h:ad been presidentof the Stylus Bach dlor club he had seen the membership d...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 9 September 1899

go Eanntr -9jemacrat VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAYI SEPTEMBER 9, 1899.N VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAIST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1899. NO. 13. WOMAN5 NFLUENCE I CHAPTER V. nOXs AGAIN. It was late in the afternoon of a day toward the olcse of May that Brian ap preached Elmwood. A telegram, sent from New York the day before, had an nounced his coming, and, on alighting from the train, he found the carriage awaiting him, and the old coachman he remembered so well beaming a smiling welcome. Five years had wrought very percept Ible changes in the aspect of the coun try. The small town lying within the shelter of the valley, true to its old progressive spirit, revealed a wonderful development, New and imposing resi dences were to be seen on all sides. Busy activity was everywhere visible. and Brian began to imagine himself a modern Rip Van Winkle, returning to his home after a long absence. a His home? Alas! this was his home no longer. ...

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. — 9 September 1899

t1:0C l rlt2r-D enflocrat. Some Rey rUBLISIED EVERY SATURDAY AT h LAKE PROVIDENCa. LA. - in the JAMES8 N. TURNER. Gazett publisher and Proprietor. _ -* grePSii ljBSCiIll"rlON : $200 PER YEAR. sacs it _ . _ an. oft Saturday September 9, 1899. ly see inag fr pIFTh DIST, vL6ve BOARlTD. ltegillar nmeetlngs 5M oud Wedllnesdy'sdl l in t.anuery. April July, aid October, at prima )elta, La. 0or tit - ---------~- ~------W------ WIt IppoulPeenr epts heir ?r 0_______ their FOR REPRESrNfATI lhiio We are autthorized to anlnounce MR 1tnO, L. K. I1AIIER as a candidate for Rep- that t resentative fronm East Carroll parish in the lower house of the General Assem- were bly of the State. subject to the notion new f of the I)emocratic party. woi We are authorized to announce MR along C. S. WYLY as a candlidate for re- a nun election for Representtltive from East the o0 Carroll parish in the lower house of urgin the General Assembly bf the State. penol subject to the action of the Democratic espec part...

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. — 9 September 1899

Maanre & Schneiaer for Fancy Groceri es. UNEEDA BISCUITS. DUNBAR SHRIMP, CHOW CHOW. UNEEIA WAYFERS, ASPARUGUS. FANCY GHERKINS, VEAL LOAF, MUSIIROONS. CELERY SALT, BRA, N, FA NCY OLIVES, QUINCE JAM, FRANKFURTER SAUSAGE, OLIVE OIL, PLUM PUDDING. HORN IIAIRBOR OYSTERS. HORSE RADISH MUSTARD. TOMATO CATSUP. Gold Bland mams, Acorn Breakfast 3acon, Pat Mackerel. POSTEL'sM L El eG.AlTT PILTJl=L. SADDLERY AND HARNESS Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Crushed Feed and Rock Salt. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, September :1. :899. J. R. RANeDELL, W. Il. MOIrTGORBT b. X. BAODaLL. Notary Public laid - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -A N D-- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTIOCE IN THE COURT6S o BAuer CAaouL, WSeT CARnOLL AND MADISON PABISHNS, AND THE STATE SumurMs CouNT. Clfton F. Davis, .Atty-at-TLraw -AND I eaR l E atal tse .S., Lake Providence, La. RATIM JUST yINISE; A COPFLrrT ADTrRACT Or ALL TBE LANDS IN E.ar CAROILL. I AM PBNPARID TO FURNISH ADITACTY OF T...

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. — 9 September 1899

SYRIAN WEDDlIO. wrmtan n---- U Whieski res mS Wese a Csrew m ad robe . 6.14 el. N] York Times: St. Peter's Ro-e man Catholic church was crowded on Sunday evening with members of the i Syrian colony and Americans who had been Invited to witness the wedding oI of Miss ShaAka Lutfy to Elias Mack- e seond, both of whom were born in the Christian city of Zahle. Syria, which was the scene of a great fight during the Christian massacres in the '60's. Nearly all the members of the Lutfy and Macksoud families are now in the ti United States, preferring to live under of the stars and stripes to remaining un- tE der the banner and crescent, The r4 bride is the daughter of Abdow Lutfy, h the senior partner of the firm of Lutfy w & Macksoud, importers of oriental w goods, and the bridegroom is the jun- l for partner. They both belong to the aI Greek Catholic church. While the m guests waited in the church the bride d was being arrayed for the wedding ceremony at her father's house, at 7 Bat...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 September 1899

Ije iiznner Uenre r.zI.. VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1899. NO. 14. WOMAN5 INFLUENCE my big chair, and consider yourself C'rArPT VL IOM5 VIEWS 01 ?OVERTf. When Brian descended to the break fast room next morning, he found Mar garet alone. She was standing near the open win dow, and so intent upon arranging some lilies in a bowl that she did not notice his presence until he was close beside her. His voice recalled her absent thoughts, and, looking up with a start, the warm blood mounted to her brow, notwitk standing her effort to control the me mentary weakness. t lI did not expect to see you so soon.' she said, in answer to his "Good morn lug." S"'And I did not expect to see you alone. We are both disappointed-I most agreeably. Will you allow me to assist you? No? Perhaps you doubt my ability. I shall improve it by watch Ing you. Or, better still, I shall take advantage of this opportunity to tell you that I am sorry I ever came here....

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. — 16 September 1899

t -lc llam,)I'!.=1o:ocrat, MEIi 'tltII iSt)ED EVERY SATIURDAY AT LAIE IPROVID':NCE. LA. JAMl;S N. TI'IrNEU. Publtisher antd Prol:rietor. ..I!tISCiUt8'TION : ' 00 I'idI YE.AR. 7_.:__LTZ.-...--" :-- : ---- -- - ----7 his~1 0 tr} .A K Ic f FtpTTl D01ST, LEEC 1E3F. ,0 I 'Pt ire gtar Inecrtiti a sct'r'I ~Vl'el, ' vri C. i jt .atrtry. April .lo y. and rt o b-)t r, ait l'eltoa, L.a.I W. pnrlous cn.zC . Ar FOR REPRFSEDNTATIUE oif tl WeV are ,nthltoriztdl to aninottlnce I an. LC S. Wy,.A :4I as a catldiate for re- d) ti relection for Epi t ire n t'tive frito E st C. rroll aw rIh itt f the I(n. rl hoAt m-e of aovi the of ent rl State. s ti of to lthe Sa'tiou il autjIect to the actioti of iho 1)ctmocratic t f ty.e ) rati paty. We are authorized to announec MRio. A. K. AWMAIKEit ca ia c:andidate ole for RPepreientativr front E:;i t Carroll nEitt parish in the lower house of Ih (eneral I Ens tAsebne AI of the Staate, subjet to se tuction of the )entocric pa oraty. Pol and FOR SMERIFP. We 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. — 16 September 1899

EXTRA FINE PIGS FEET AND MACKEREL Maguire & Schlueider's Fancy Grocery. TiE BANNER-DEMOCRAL. Saturday, Sepltclmber 16, 1899. J. E. IAsNeDE.LL, W. II. 1to1NTGOMERY F. X. RAIADELL. Notary I'ubie - and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WYILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF blAbY CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND M.ADISON PARISIIES, AND TILE STATE SUPraME CotURT. Cifton F. Davis, .t'ty-att-Larw -AND Rieal "Elstato . gft., Lake Providence. La. HIAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF ALL TflE I.ANDS IN EAST CARROLL. I AM PHEPAREID TO FURNISH ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHIIORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROW NE, COURT STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. D. BELL, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our office is located in the oflico for mally occupied by Hon. C. S. \V3 ly. Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly Hlouse. Local and Pariah News. Cotton picking is now general. Police Jnrcrs should be announcing. The public gins are now kept busy...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 September 1899

IF! IF! If every boy and every girt, ow many homes would sunny be, Arising with the sun, Which now are filled with caret Rbould pianths day to do M And joyous, smiling faces, too, The good deeds to be done; Would gret us everywhere. Should scatter smiles and kindly wor.ls. I do believe the very sun Strong, helpful hands should lend, - Would shine more clear and bright And to each other's wants and cries And every little twinkling star Attentive ears should lend; Would shed a softer light. If every man, and woman, toG, ut we, instead, oft watch to see Should join these workers small-- If other folks are true; Oh, what a flood of happiness And thus neglect so much that God Upon our earth a would falll Intends for us to do. U-Lutheran Observer. AN EPISODE. HIS is a charming spot-for two," he said, seating him self comfortably at her feet. "We are lucky to . fi nd it unoccu pied," she said, "especially at one of Mrs. Gurdon's garden parties. She will be pleased. I don't believe there is...

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