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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 November 1899

VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11,4 1899. NO. 22. t ..' ,, "1 arn afrMtAO t.. su oo." fate , t j PEARLS OF THOUCHT. I t** , . 9, WOMAN5Ia ! ahere an I a an ,Wi ned irn' sd eme h be ea to S, th et CHAPTER XVI-Contlared. "I suppose that is a rebuke to me,' at Margaret made answer to the Doctor. B "You see, I am always ready to improve everything and everybody but myself.' I "Which needs improving sadly," in. terposed Brian, entering at this mo- at mneut. "I have a scolding for you, Mar oi garet. I thought-" 1C 'I know," answered Margaret, rathet sil contritely. "I am really very sorry. si Doctor Wilson has excused me, and I tl have promised to do better for the fu- at tare. So no more, please." hi "No more. That is always your cry Ii when you need a lecture. I see you and ei Wilson are friends already. I thought is you would be. Effects of kindred tastes. Where did you walk this afternoon? Tc fr the end of creation?" "Oh, no. Only within the bo...

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. — 11 November 1899

,lhe l r) r lZt'"-I)emo°era t. PROK E EXI JrUBLISIIEID EVERY SATURDAY AT PRII+ LAKE 'ROVIDENCE. LA. T IAM'EI L B. KF NN EII)Y, Editor. Pirsu: trict Ex, Sshes of here to JAMES N. TUIRNE. being ,pr Publisher and Proprietor. I1. B. f, il, Ge SJamrs 1! eiUBSCItIIr1'N : 2 ,0t PEiT YEAR. LCa.'roll. The ft -'- lTo the I Satuirdlay November 1,, 189. of t tier FIFTh DIST, LEVE1UORARD. Gent) Regular roiroitllCS SI; 00101 Weolnes'doy8 jn .la rlu. ry, April July. and Ocrtob r, at r;aticC. t)eliar. L- - rvspeet. belts. La. iuittee f the Jo For Ieleh S;elltative. CoilpO A. K. Anacker, aid E For Sheriff, Your J. \V. Dunn. Iolina For Clerk. a gener (i. F. Bliaclbulr. me!,od For ('oronr. people, W. E L;a". voters FI RST WARDI . primioar For Police Juror, ge clra liolt Niicholsn. voter lFor ,nstieo l'eace, the cai I. It. Heard. fereice II. 11. I D. ickens. binatio For ('onCsti;e. \Ve C. Macinni.W John Ilogan, order StCOmD WAUD. geldel For Police Juror. betwet W. C. Hope.d i For nJuiee Peace. ballot ...

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. — 11 November 1899

ttinmmlnl nnnln rm~mlnn,,,mmmnn m, Maple Syrup and Ne Sugar se Molasses. -rMAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. IIIlll11l11111111111011111111111N1111111111U11 THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. I A Saturday, November 11, 1899. The L the Meti the 9th: SAMUEL B. KENNEDY. Editor. Parsonas --TL J. t. RANaDILL, W. H. MONTOODMT from 6 t F. i. I. AIW.LL. Notary Public and Admissi Insurance Agent. A contr. Ransdell&Ransdel be a Attorneys at Law - A I D--- Mns. teal Estate Agents, Mr. Lake Proidence, La, many then at WuIL.Lr ATIOe IN THn COURTS or day ev RBrr CARROLL, WrST CAaROLL AND visit to MADISON PARIsHli, AND TrH STATE A lar IbSuSnrI CouRT. on the it didu' Clfton F. Davis, ,t Att-tr at-Z.T-t It mi -AND- over w 1e.e lmtetate .A.gt., cotton Lake Providence, Ls. Some for 12c HAVING JUBT FNISHED A COMPLzET Mor AmIAcT or ALLu r LA2nD Ix EAAT llsll t OEaOLL. I AM PREPARED TO FIURIIH before UTAmT 01r TITLES Or 'SHORT NOTIO, road , 1 E. WAYLES BROWN, mot B, COURT We STKoonGAPHR AND NOTARY PUBLXo. Voegh W. D. B...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 November 1899

lthe mr  e t sht.sh t UL essl tim Washington Correspondence to Chi ea5o Record: Secretary Wilson tells a story which illustrates the uses of adversity. A farmer out Wst planted a lot of ground to sugar beets. They grew beautifully and sent out a glori ous foliage of dark-red leades, with deep red veins in them, which he ad mired very much. A tornado came and cut them off close to the ground. The poor farmer wps disoouraged. It was too late to plow up the ftold and plant another crop. Ills whole spring labor was wasted and all his money was gone. He decided that he would give up farming, advertise his place for asle and go back East to his wife's folks. Before they had finished packing, how ever, he noticed, new healthy shoots coming from all the beets, and told his wife he guessed they would better hold up awhile and see what happened. In a few weeks the foliage was as fresh sand strong as before, so he hoed out the weeds with confidence of gettiag a good crop. When he dug up those...

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. — 18 November 1899

VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18,. 1899. NO. 23 •~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ e tamlnt t| t qta •| la ma WOMANS INfLUENCE baled hddoed. he usually is blind when be wants to be: but it would be Quite rei * - v , de o T e ce1 3o Po Brn h ha victims the worlds injustice. You CHAPTER X'II-Coeattaed. In Poor Brian. Whatimagin stte to be in. Don't shudder any more. The cripples 1 go, and the people I meet only hucarrit myed heart A very eI ective hurt, Ior could teaches me to appreciate a revely own good fortune, and it makes me feel very re- re gretful to sit here amid so much com iort and lumwoory, and remember themr.any victims of the world's injustice. You could never magine, Brian, wheat pas siaronate delight that poor little crippled girl took in the few elings. I carried her; and, while I tcvinghed her, Icould ncet help thinking what a revelaton a B ight o Elmwdce Agnesould be toher. s have been thinking of it ever since. Sc B many plans have filled my ...

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. — 18 November 1899

'1l',r l]tl)).;!t,_- )FII)O. ruil. a 1t a PUBLISHIED EVERY SATURDAY AT If LAK E PROVIDENCE.LA. ,A SAMCUEl, I. KENNEIY, Editor. ii JAMES N. TURILNER. I Pul)lither and I'rol)riete.r. t[:'ISCRII"l'ITON: E20(I PER YEAR. Satur!hday Noivecnl)er I, , 18.CP. FE P!FTh DST. LEVEE DORiD, ii lit ter pari or sh mocraiG d til .I .ri,- ttr . re For CIerk. C: .F. Is. lackiur . el For Con rier, 'a W. ii Lonn.t For l'thlite Juror, tIi I. ot lirl. For C.lonstabl e. I.it Brnn . of John Illoan, EcONl ) WARD. et F For IPolie .Ilor a'. W, . IHope. F. For ,u-ihe 'Peace let C. 1i. Wihn.. For contitahlle. Ii Iarney Conln. tis Tl'OtIRD 1VARD. Ill For Poli e Jt l'',)' I'lPhil .(1(;)irhie. For Justice IPence. ti Fl or C'O nstlie. t W. A. lhount, jr. W . 11. llu:rti. i tio Fo"RTH WAdo Iele For Pollee .uror. A. M.. Nelson. at For.trlJti e Peaetr. act Alex Stockner. to For" ('onstable, tri John Brown. fs FIFTH WA RD. re For Police Juror, an) T. W. ,Ily. 29 For Justice I'neare. f 1'. S. Mlabin. For Constable. cat...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 November 1899

111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 71t if1 litallll ikit ti l it i ll li li l tt 1 MaIle Syrup an lNe Sugar Houe Molasses. S-MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. 111111MM1111W111 WWWWWWWWU11111111111 THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. , Saturday, November 18, 1899. Go - ev SAMUEL J3. KENNEDY. Editor. in - - - - -------- ----------- an0 J. E. RAN5DELL, IV. H. MONTOOMERY F. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel ,Attorneys at Law -AN D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, To WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF ha EAsl CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND tb MAutIeo PARISHII, AND THE STATE MailtW COURT. anC CIfton F. Davis, .A.tty3- t--.aw T'I -AND- ni oeal "rietate Ast-.. t Lnke Providence. La. hAVING JUST FINISHED A OOMPLET ABSTRACT OF ALL THR LANDS IN EAST pt CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO VURISH X AUSTACTS OF TITLE8 01 SHBoT MOTICE, w E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPIHER AND NOTARY FUBLIC. 1I W. I) ITEL,, W.B. PIEC. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our office is located in the office for- E tially occupied by lion...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 November 1899

Wateme* eoe rse EpSemoof The people of Japan have shown such adaptability to European ideas that particular interest attaches to the conclusion of a writer In the "Transac tions" of the Japan Society that the ancestors of the present inhabitants of Japan built tbu sepulchral chambers cailed dolmens in that country. No similar dolmens are found anywhere in Asia until the search comes westward to the shores of the Caspian sea, "and for more closely allied forms It is nec essary to go yet farther to Western Europe." It is shown that the orig Inal inhabitants of Japan, the Alnos, were driven out by invaders from whom the present Inhabitants are de asavesrt I The Best Man Wins. Prize fighting may not be a pleasant subjeet, but it teaches a lesson nevertheless-the In ability of man to hold the championship for any length of time. Now unlike that great champion of braes th. Hosateter's Stomach Bit ters, which has never been beaten, and for fifty years has met and ccnquered the worst cases ...

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. — 25 November 1899

e4 VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25,41899. . . . ..... ... .. ... .. . ... . . . ...-. .....i u .s ..,aaS,,,m ., WOMANS IN me on l Sear I -a I he han for niui Sw erol rewc nOnl me, to 1 VWAPTER X'III-Contlinaed. bet Brian slept all day, and at dinner fe o time Margaret, pausing outside of his the door and hearing no sound, fancied he plust still be sleeping. But two hours wit later, when the loneliness and silence h became oppressive, and the desire to fiad see and talk to him could no longer be resisted, she put aside the book shean had vainly tried to read, and, going to an hi room; tapped upon the door. of IThere was no answer, and she str nocked more loudly. Still no answer. to Becoming frightened, she tried theo boor. It opened to reveal an empty oom. Brian was gone. She stood for e a second motionless, trying to realize tid this fact, and then without a word or sur cry she went to her own room. to 1 SHe was gone; that was all. It was ...

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. — 25 November 1899

FUBLIS 1ELD EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE 'RO VII)DENCE. LA. MAMU:CEl, 1. KENNF:1Y, Editor. JAMI:R N. T''I I:R. Publlsher and P'roprletor. <UI( ts(;I tiI'TIN : >8200 P'ER YEAlt. Saturdh'y N ~eemer 25, 11:). FFrTh DIST*. LEt.E CORD,. Itegolar mretings eel un 5 d 1 ledniei day'' in iniu-rl, 1*A lil DJl4, a.td )ct'tier, at l)iJta. La. S rise D mor-atic ickc . For IDpr(.s .ntative, .A. K. Anisi'ker, For Sherittl. .. \V. Diun. For ('lork. U. F. Biekburn. For Coron-r, W. E'Lour. I1 RsT WAR. For Polio , .furr, lhab Nicholsorn. For ,Justice I'eaoc, 1. It Beard. 11 . Il. Dickens. For Conrtsl r. C. Maginnuis. John eogan, ?aCONo WARD. For PIollect Juror IV. C, ope. For .Just ice Pence C. 1. Webb. For Constable. Barney Conn. Tutta WARD, For Police Juror. Phil McGulre. For Justice Peace. C. R. Egolly. 1). W. Gilmour. For Constable. W. A. Blount, jr. W. t11. llunter, FounTn WARD. For Police Juror. A. M. Nelson. For Justice Peace. Alex Stockner. For ('onstable. Johu Ilrown. F FTAn WAnD. For Poliee...

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. — 25 November 1899

It1 P11 1tf I11 111i 1 It } t 111TT1f P41 ITTYT1 f Maple Syrop and Ne Sugar aelse Molasses. 4MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. .-- ---------i------i . . . . . . THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, November 25, :899. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY. Editor. J. E. RANSDELL, IV. H. MONTGOMURY V. I. RASDEILL. Notary I'ublio and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF BAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SuPr:uM COURT. Clfton F. Davis, .Att3ry-,at-Law -AND RLDIa1 1i3 "tate Agt., Lake Provldence,. La. HAvING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF ALL 'HR LANDS IN EAST (CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT ROTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIO. W. D. !E.LL, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our office is located in the office for mally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly. Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly House. Local and Parish News. Get vacelnated, I...

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. — 25 November 1899

'A Gentle Wind RYA of Western Birth" ASSUMI Tell no sweeter story to humutity than the announcement that the health-gier $ Isne to and health-bringer, Hood's Sasaparula, .itip tells of the birth of an era of good health. t,ic4 It is the one reliable specific for the cure Eil-I of all blood, stomach and liver troubles. The 1 KISSING BU--- vanled t Solliy c1 topped a Band Concert by Biting et tl.es al Cornet Sololot. loss oil St. Louis Post-Dispatch: It has reache been wisely said that "music hath war del charms to soothe the savage breast." ter al Verily harmonlous sounds have power couo e: to affect the "lcissing bug" In that dl- the dif rection to the superlative degree, as zine re Mr. Charles Colley, cornet soloist In on th Prof. Guido Vogel's band, can testify Chaker and give ocular proof of. Mr. Colley Walter was on the program for a solo during tait on Prof"Vogel's band concert at Benton pIfciee Park Thurbday afternoon. For his St. .1ol subject he selected the "Kliss Me" or il ...

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 December 1899

'Pit nntt&tttt NO. 28. St t. VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2,1899. N . . , .. . . . -_ - ,,. ,: ., ,=., . . . .. . . :... . I THE TYRANT BREAD-AND-BUTTER. Ab, yes, old friend, I'd gladly spend How glad the hue of softest blue A peaceful time together, Which fills the sky above us! To idly walk and read and talk How fair the scene of restful green; And love the world and weather. Ab, sure the gods must love us. But faith, my dear, see who comes here The bright springtime,the summer's prime, To moak at all we utter; The fall with leaves a-flutter, I take this blow, I humbly go- The winter's birth-yes. all the earth What he commands, that mast be so- Is beputiful, but beauty's worth For he is Bread-and-Butter. Is naught to Bread-and-Butter. Shaste along to join the throng Alas ! sweet art, that we must part, ho slave at book and barrow- But so decrees the tyrant. "Your pardon, pray, you're in my way; Ambition rest, nor bent your breast, Thi...

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 December 1899

'(JBLISHID tvE;iYv SA1 ITlIAY AT ' LAKE I'ROVI)lENCE. LA. t SAML'EL I. 'iENNEI)Y, 'it. JAtMES N. TtVINV1R. Publishcr and P'ro1prirtor. . . .... . -. I Saturday Dccember 2 1899. . .. . .. . ...... ·- --7/ L 2 -- - FIpTh DIST, L2EEE OCPRD, Ilegnlnt r I,Ieeti aIII· e r ' W ,'rr A' 'i ' rn .la uar).1 A rili ,'u!u , and Uctobtr, a , Drlt., La. Sari' A h 1 Aimoiri i For Sl' !it. For Clerk. G. F. Blhickb rulrn. For ('oror. W. E Lormt. IFor I'o.lice ,Juror, Ruhbt N iet lsolr. .or .Ilstire P i'cce I. II liR'e i. 11. II. Dickens. For ('onsla ,Ile. l'. Macinni.i. for Polin .iJuror W. C. [ope. For.Iuntice i'.ace. C. 11, W ,ebb. For ColtlniIe. rial I n y co'ln. IV A hI--fli. ir.~ TItnIt WARD. Il For Police luror. '.il M1. tiuire. For .Jltice I' cta(. C. It. I'gehy. 1). W. Gilmour. For C insalhlae. S. A . Il;hlInt, .Jr. V . 11. Illuuir. FOFOR D RTH WANRlD. For Poli o e nuror. A . 31. Nelson. Fi or l. Juulie Piatie, tfhe parishcsr-\ ot .Mdri it nut East Car. tAl llCt tI) thoci kn ft. n JoDl Brow...

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 December 1899

HERE WE ARE AGAIN............ FAT MACKEREL. SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES AND BUCKWHEAT, PLUM PUDDING AND PINE APPLE. ASPARAGIS AND MUSHROONS, ROLLED) OAT'S AND COD FISII. hORSE RADISH MUSTARD AND OLIVE OIL. OLIVES AND FANCY PICKLES, VEIL LOAF AND BRAWN. FRUITr CAKE fNGREDIEN'JS. POSTEL'S ELEGANT. FLOUR. ....Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cow Feed..... >MAOUIRE & SCHNEIDER: THE BANiER-DEMOCRA lit Saturday, December 2. 1899. Th CL SAMUEL B. KENNEDY. Editor. hei 1E1 J. N. RANsDi.Lo, W. R. MO.NTOOKRY we F. X. RANSDELL.. Notary Publie - and m S- Insurance Agentb. for Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law to - A ND Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. Iht - be WVt1.L PRACTICB IN THE COURTS OF ha EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND mi MADISoN PARISHES, AND THE STATE 0e SUPREME COURT. Clfton F. Davis, " ..tty:-at-.Law U -AND-- C 1toeal lElstate A t., Lake Providence, La. - - se HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMrLITE In ABSTRACT OF ALL 'HR LANDS IN EAST Bt CARROLL, I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH to ABSTACTS OF ...

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 December 1899

"He That Any Good Would Win" Should have good health. Pure, rich Mood is the first requisite. Hood's Sarsa parIs. by giving good blood and good health, has helped many a man to success, besides ging strength and courage to omen 'who, before taking it, could not eron see any good in life to win. Richeat Gold Mine in the World. The Band Barton and Albion gold mine, under the town of Ballarat, in Australia, has yielded more than fifty millions as the value of its output o. gold since it was discovered about thir ty years ago. It is the most productive gold mine yet known. Its supply o' paying quartz seems practically inex haustlble, and as the vein is extensive, being spread over much territory, the mine bids fair to last for centuries. The work in the Ballarat gold mine is said to be much safer as well as more com fortable than that of the workers in a coal mine. At Ballarat there are no noxious gases and no danger from ex plosions. Air is forced into the work lags through various sha...

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 December 1899

°4 VOL,. XI[I. LAKE] PR!OVIDENCE, EAST CARROL[L PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9,i1899. GM-i NFLULENCE CRArrs ETXIL u S A HaSTY woSD A-CD IaTS U1s5a3iss . br. Philips, whose recognised partner Brian became, hadJ nown him from the hour of his birth, and on this account, _ad because. too, of the deep friendship , entertained for his father, he took more than usual interest in him. "I want to see in you the worthy suc cessor of my old friend," he said one day. "You can work out an honorable career and you should. You owe it not only to his memory but also to that dear, sweet wife of yours. Let her be your inspiration. I promised your father when he was dying that I would act the part of a friend to her. I don'f believe I can do that more effectually than by helping you." , "The old refrain, Doeter. In all that I ts done for me, I see Margaret as the , prompting motive. This prevents any feeling of conceit on my part, and I am willing that she shall have the well- , deae ed credit, b...

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 December 1899

e Lvi1TERT SATI:iDAT AT :' SI)ENCE. LA. besides JA.Mf N. Ti.'i- * rate' u1lytther adl Proipr 't r'r. ---------- ,'I v,·!· 7i.l tl:1r)' ih cti ii :,, `: . il -tu . . . 1 -o n Di li" Fi:l. T Dio T. il viL r'-1,-.1' t lea * 11 tie r ull i" I i ergl "t. l i -Ft" i o i' "t1 t i ltn " i:. r 't, rI t ". .u, l. a r t ll O ne ,ntli of the t¢ iill l 1n Fitdli juat t ie i ftrn 't.e I t iu regular edi'lo of ti lt 1iltuer.) ilO" :i C nt, w e hate  ,lt t'r d I,,, to .' o nt I1"' . ,ttlii week ion T i " str a the4i 're are 1l,,l-. f al mliterl of Ilterest to the t eo(hl , 11111 thlt we wilh t llhe i to e, , le r before" t"ea the daty ofr Ithe priliat v. :o there will allt ie lino elditiol oi Sat itri' , this beingi ;t the 'diti nll fir tha i day. i :Ini - I 1 .7 .e h a laI e ohll l'l o f thc:,llnv- I pl der," renlalk'iat .,u:1 e *illt" ,Iiiir. l thr to the editor abiiuit sl t vek's "r nol re tili nll Ice, when dl tiitr-lnig Stiate snattlrs. pl.t 'ilhe . IIn I Ios lalia e ' ithe i i 't agai...

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 December 1899

HERE WE ARE AGAIN.......... FAT MACKEREL. SUGAK HOUSE MOIASSES AND BUCK WHEAT. PLUM PUD)ING AND PINE APPLE ASPARAGUS ANDI) t'ITSIHROON D ROLLED OATS AND ('OD) FIShI. [IORSE RADISII MIrARD AND OLIVE OIL. OLIVES AND-FANCY PICKLES. VEIL LOAF AND BRAWN. FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS. POSTEL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. ....Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cow Feed..... MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, December 9. :899. SAMUEL H. KENNEDY. Editor. J. *. RANbDELL, W. IH. MONToOMERY F. X. RANSD.LnL. Notary I'ublic and SInsurance Atont. Ransdell& ansdel .ttorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate. Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF EAST (CAIROLL, WVEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHIES, AND TIIE STATE ,UPauMEK COURT. Clfton F. Davis, Atty-at-Law -AN D Xteal Detate Argt., Lake Proridenue, La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ABSTRAOT OF ALL 'HE LANI)S IN EAST CARROLL. I AM IPREPARED TO FURtNISH ABESTACTS OF TITLES ON SIIoRT NOTICE, E. WAYFrES BROW NE, COURT STENOGRAPHER AND NO)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 December 1899

SPit he man who brags. He has to do It taorer to brace up his self-respect A West Indiae Hurriesne Receetly travelled up and down the coast at will, upset all caloolations, and acted in an entirely different manner from any other storm. Somettmes dyspepfa acte in the same way. it refuses to yield to treatment which hba cured similar cases. Then Bostetter'a Stomach hitters should be taken. It wil affect a cure spesdlly sad naturally. It has cured stomach troubles for hali a century. Try it. In a trial spin of twenty-.five miles the Shamrocl- averaged nine knots an hour. Red Eyes Need prompt treatment with Leonardt's Golden Eye Lotion or they'll get bloodshot and sore. Leonardi's is the eye lodton that cures Inflamma tlntrwitbrout palA in .ne day. Decline to tatk any but "l.eonardt's"- It makes strong eyes. duaranteedor nuneyretfnded. Drugg:csrsell iata  cts or forwarded prepeid on re:elpt 4i price b td. P. L.eonardl .o., lamps. Fla. Nearly fX)J men have been secured under the secon...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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