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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 January 1900

scnfaanner t· NO. 35. VOL. XII. PR NCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. p I-n 1WA N1 RSOONTOCOMEI MAN'S PHYSICAL DEECS . CURIOUS PACTS. TH BUrLA 0 I. Donaghue knelt at the door and put a a practiced ear to the keyhole. There ,6 was a faint sound of breathing, so still a that Donaghue pressed his rough ear p still closer to the brassy aperture in c the Goo: and listened even more intent- * 17. His small eyes glistened in the dark * hallway like the eyes of a cat (he had been nicknamed "The Cat" for this very peculiarity), but there was no one . in the house to see those glistening eyes save the servants, fast asleep two stories above, and the occupants of this one room. He had watched that house three preceding days and nights. He knew that it was occupied by a young man and his wife-evidently newly married and beyond doubt rich. He knew that the servants were a cook, two maids, and a butler, and he had almost worked out in his mind just where the pretty wife pl...

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. — 21 January 1900

--~- -L--------I ------ Wlhe Barrnnr-DenocPat. great ence P4JIHl.lIHED EVIRtY SATURDAY AT the LAKE I'ROVt I'ElTCE. LA. conr1 ' - - - . . . . --- - t0 € AMUERI, B. KENNEDY. Editor. irol1 JAMfA N. TI'I:rNFIt. pbtaSlber and Proprlietor. THE ---- ------------- TH .itJUltSCIIt"rIT1N : 5200 PER YEAR. Saturday, Janua:y 20, 1900. -- - - - _ - __ - _ - _ _ - FIFTh DIST, i,avE OAtRD, rear Rtegulnr meetings eenud Wednesday's; Cart n .rnular., April July, and October, at ijn fDtt.lr.aI·. I------~ Delta. I,. M ad Democratic Ticket. Ea Hine For Goern'nor. J lld W. W. HEARD). 1ari For Lientenanwt Governor. ]eas ALI3ERTI' ESTOPIN A L. For Attorney General, Coil WAITER GUION. it it For Secretary of State, rest J. T. MlICIHEL. Ine cell Frx Treasnrucr. w il L. SMTI'I1. of For Auditor, 13t W. S, FRA.ZEE. lah o, rd For Sup't Pinblic Education, the J. V. CALIIOUN. reli For Senator, W. M. MIURPIIY, diN of Madison Parish. 1) For District Judge, For District Attorney, Ca DAVID M. EVANS, JR., of Madison...

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. — 21 January 1900

A CARD. With the departure of the Old and the arrival of the New Year, we desire to tender our acknowledgments to our customers and friends who have so liberally patronized us in the past. We can truthfully say that we have always endeavored to give satisfaction, and have spared neither labor nor expense in serving our patrons, and it is a pleasing reflection to us that we have received gratifying proofs of our success-in accomplishing our object. We are thankful to our kind and generous patrons for the encouragement and support they have extended, andi respectfully ask that the closing year of the 19th Century should afford us still further proofs of approval of our efforts to serve them, promising that on our part there shall be no lacking of will or work in the -execution of their commands. To our patrons in particular and the trade in general, we wish a happy and prosperous NEW YEAR. YOURS VERY TRULY, MAGU IiRE & SC~NEIDER. '" -- 4 ""WIWWWIWIWIW THE BANNER-DEMOCRA. ii nes Sa...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 January 1900

DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. a s 5313r gyXOoSZs or TUH DITUxWI rc SUm1DAY DJICOUBa - ww Ei moeet: The Coetng ermn-IaInsplrattlea Iat tor thoe Fatre Itellilous Exbortatton no Wilt Be Drawn From the Living Christ to .-Theology Mus[t Take a Back Seat. - ar ICopyright, Louis Iopsch, 1595.1 th WasUmiOTOX, D. C.-In this discourse Dr. o, ralmage addresses all Christian workers ph sad deseorbes what he thinks will he the th oedes of preaching thegospel in the futnure; l C lest, Romans ii.. 7, "0r ministry, let us e wait on our ministering." at While I was seated on a plazza of a hotel el at Lexington, K y., one summer evening a et gentleman asked me, "What do you think th sf theoming sermon?" Isupposed he was to asklng me in regard to ome new discourse o0 of Dr. CGmming of London, who some- tr times prached startltng sermons, and I fit replied, "I have not seen it." But I found in out afterward that he meant to ask what I thought would be the characteristics of it the coming sermon of the world, t...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 January 1900

R " 1NO. 36. YOL. XII. ,LAE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA.; SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1900. WHEN YOU'VE LEFT ML When you've left me. day or night But a sweet thought Colmes with this: Nothing's ever golng right; Here the toees wait your kiss Slver stops its ripplin' song- Here, for all earth's bloom and bright, Birds sit silent all day long, Falls the tenderest, sweetest light. Jast as if they felt and knew Here the Viqlets, kissed of dew, All their musle was for youl Bend sweet messages to you. Ipemls that life of all's bereft me Of their bright smiles Spring bereft me When you've left me- When you left me When you've left mel When you left mel Whea you've left me, then I say, And I count the days and hours- la the sweet old lovin' way: Hold communion with the flowers, "Wonder if she knew how I Tell the rose, in songs like this, Loved her, are she said goodby? "She is coming for your kissl" Wonder 1f she saw and knew Tell the birds, where blossoms stir, That my heart was breakin'...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 January 1900

rFle Barprpr-Dcnmocrat. IPUBLISIED EVERYT ATUIRDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. SAM31UEL B. KENNEUY, Editor. JAMFES N. TUIRNEII. it Publisher and Proprietor. It aSIBSCRIPTION: 8i 00 PER YEAR°. Saturday, Janua:y 27, 1900. IP'Th DIST, LEvEE BOARD, ileinlar Ill'etil s eý'conit 1 e nePFst r;lI e I ill .lluairy,. April Jul), ald Octoi,rr, at Delta, La. Democratic Ticket. For Got ernnor. W. W. IIEAP.D. For I.ieutenant Goerno.r. ALBERT ESTOPINAL,. For Attornhy G,-nral, WAILTER GUION. Fcr Secretarv of State, J:. T. MICHEL. For 'treas r! r, L. SMITH. For Auditor, W. S. I'RAZEE. Fur Suap't Ptuilic rEuation. J V. CALHOUN. For Sonator, W. M31. MURPHY, of Uladtcon Parish. For I)strict Judge, For D)istrict Attorney, DAVID M. EVANS, JR., of Madison Parish. For Representative, A. K. Auacker, For Sherifif, .1. W, l)unu. For Clerk. G. F. Blackburn. For Coroner, W. E Long. For Police Juror, Robt Nlcholson. W. (. Hope. Phil MeCGuire. A. d. Nelson. T. W. Jay. TO THE LOTERS OE EAST CtARROLL. In announlqtcing...

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. — 28 January 1900

Brinley Plows, Plow Points, Clevises, Collars, Hames, Trace Chains. ý- /MAvUIRE & SC-NEIDER. THE BANNER-OEMOCRAL Ii 'IThe 1 .n.. Iext to Saturday, January 27, 1900, uoan. II llt t o 1. E. RAN.DEt.L, VW. H. M1ONTGOMERT P. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public Th and Insurance Agent. 16th,at Ransdell&Ransdel arl any fa0 lire n(ot Attorneys at Law day an -A N 1) The Real Estate Agents, R.ilrot Lake Providence, La. Its ls"' WILL PRACTICE IN TIIE C(OU.TS OF atld tI MAST ('ARROLL, ,'EST CARROLL AND tweet. MADISON PARISIIES, AND TilE STATE pub isl SUPREME COURT. Mr Cliton F. Davis, Ingle staltnd Atty-at- ' tw upper -AND- as to v Real ls.tate .A.gt., ing to Lake Providence, La. not bL HAVING JUST FINISHED A COIPLETE T as ABSTRACT OF ALL mIIE LANDS IN EAST CARROIL. 1 AlI PREPAREI) T() FURNISH out uit AISTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE. I lte pr due a E. WAYLES BROW NE, that t COURT g t STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. collec W T) BELL, W. it. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, from Our oflice i...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 January 1900

mlippino e Hmp It b worth noting in regard to the famous hemp prodnced exclusively in the Philippines that the plant yields, In fact, two qualities, with important Industrial or commercial adaptations tn each case. From the best, or Sbrous outer leaf comes the coarse, strong fiber, which is the best material used for sailcloths and cordage, it be ing particularly recommended by the tact that it is not easily rotted by salt water. The fiber yielded by the inner talks is fine and weak, and from it are woven textile fabrics superior in softaess and lightness to those made of the best Russian hemp, these fab rics, however, being seldom exported, as they are bought by Chinese mer chants at Manila for local consump tion. It is found that, under the best conditions. Manila hemp produces the very large quantity of 2.000 pounds of fiber to the acre, and, though between 6,000,000 and 6,000,000 bales have been exported in the last ten years, the in dustry is admitted to be still in its In fanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 February 1900

Li~bra~r hzner.en*_nt____ VOL XII LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900 NO. 37. II 'A V P T r . n P , A ' " r n m I .,-to ld h im th r s . . . .. " I ... , . FAIREST; DEAREST, "Yes, Tom, she's a mighty good-look. Ing country girl; not to be compared, though, with others I know, and who are just ready to snap me up when I make an offer: but the fact is," and Joseph Fitzgerald stroked his mustache contentedly and fondly, as he added: "'They all love me so, and I don't know which one to choose. That's why I remain a single man. But, really, I'm slightly tired of our city belles, and I've come down to this out-of-the-way place, Instead of going to some fashion able summer resort for amusement." The scene is a room in a country ho tel; the speaker, John Fitzgerald, in the language of the country, a "city chap," with some good looks, a little money, and abundant conceit. The good-looking country girl re (erred to is Alice Devine, the belle of the village, ...

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. — 3 February 1900

qWl'e Bar.2rr-I)emrocrat. THE E - -- East C L'UJLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE L'ROV IDENCE. LA. I arg SAMUEL BI. lKENNEI)Y, ]iitor. Sd11a, u1 JAMIFR N. Ti'ILNFl:". l!usile Puillsitatr and Proprietor. it ti L . . ... .. .. - -- - .. ... . l~ ~no :JIB.SCRII'TOS C2 00o P1E1 YEAI. J tlg"t ,f the Saturday, February 3, 1900. twl, V Regnlar niieeii s8 ii'iC ld VP ,!,csday's alt" if tn ,lao ary. April J ol), and O lct.ber, at t' li, lteltu , La. 1_ h ! t t Demnocratic licket. T, For Gov-rnoor. Ieatl W. W. IIEAlRtD. , in For Lieutrenant Governor. 1r. i. ALBEIRI' ES'IOL'INAL ; as f For Attorney (G-mrnl, l.t w WALTER GUION. 2 For Secretarv of Stato, 4th J. 1' MICIIEL. i5th For Treasuroer, 'ut ,it L. SMITH. For Auditor, Cara W. S, FRAZEE. the t For Sup't Public Education, e J. V. CALIHOUN. For Senator, d y. W. MI. MllURPHY, the of Madison Pariah. [Iolni For District Judge, Carr from For District Attorney, 131 DAVID M. EVANS, JR., clain of Madison Parish. the 4 For Rpresentative, 131 A. K. Amck...

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. — 3 February 1900

Proeedin1s of the District Convention of the Ninth Judicial District nsuaot to cfall o District Democratic Executive Coronittee and the Primary electiomi to select delegates hel o,, l J ant 2 , d n, , TALLULAH LA.. JAtNhAiy cr1, t19e r hl ;I~nuary 23d, 1i00, the Dilterct Democratic Ca, ventiot for the 9th Judicial District composed of thle parishes of East Car roll and Madison, met at ITalidlah this day. The Cof venti was called to order by Ja. H. Gilfil, actg Chairmans of the District Committee, h called ap. . IO N. tiea of East Carroll to the chair. Tn or ooe Ca et. a. N calek to order, J. a. a . Vf, t CMai a o f tee Distict , who called Capt. SOnnotion of . BJ cknr 3J. B Galloway Madison 'arish, war made temporary secretary, and the following co mmication was read and the delegates rarned therein reJognized as the delegates to this ConMvetton and made the rg l "la accordance wi the prom ulgation of the District Democratic Executive Comnmittee showing that 1 received the ma jairit...

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. — 3 February 1900

More good Intentions would be carried out "bhey didn't live forever. aew lies in Ic ky Monntains. Altes anm?ruos hairbreadth escapes and many thrilling advbntures, a party of explor ers in the Rocky Mountalns stumbled onto a pasm where they had believed it poatdble for nrne to exist in a like manner, people who have Lettered dyspepsela Incurable are aston. ished to find that thare Is a way to health. Ilostetter's a tomach Litters used faithfully makes the digestiso strong, the bowels regular, the liver active. Try it A candidate never discoversthe good points of his opponents until after i is defeat. Attention is called to the very useful arti cles contained in the premium list of the Continental T. bacco Co.'s advertisement of their Star Piug Tobacco in another column of this paper. It will pay to save the '"Star" tin tags and so take advantage of the best list ever issued by the Star Tobacco. The linen duster is succeeded by the wel come overcoat. Watery Eyes Are simplywea, eyes, ...

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. — 10 February 1900

Ur VOL. XII.n tr~w LAKE PROVIENCE EASTrral, CIRA9 VOL. XI. LAKEE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900 MY LITTLE SWEETHEARTs like 3y little sweetheart of long ago! see her eyes and her wind-tossed halr, mn And the long, long way that we used to go an( On foot to school when the day was fair, clii The morning sun on our faces shone, And the world before us was all our own. awl We crossed the bridge at the end of the bos tow'. Beyoed the hedges the meadow lay; We could look acros where the sky came it down set To the ends of the earth, and far away- des And we thought, for the distance seemed so fair, P That surely the gate of Heaven was therel for Spassed through the quiet woodland dell, do Where the great trees tnet in an arching In screen, And the glittering, waving sunbeams fell, cot Like golden barro vs,the boug hs between, ter Lighting the moss where the win d-flowers shook, And the violet sleyt In her velvet nook. at Always new was that morning wal...

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. — 10 February 1900

tlle hiarpi)r-Denmocrat. PUBLISHED1 EVERY SATURIDAY AT J LA(E PRO'IDENCE. LA.. SAMiUEIL B. KENNEDIY, Editor.! JAMF.q N. T.{.NElt. Publisher and P'roprteto . at1;Il('I:II'TION $200 PEr' YEAR. Saturday, February 10, 1900, PIFTh DIST, LvEE BOARD, tcgiphhr nluwti i. s scnioid 11 etn(sdal'u IIo .I;anl r. AJ ll Ju ly. and Octobuer. at Delt:,. La. Den ocratic Ticket. -I, For Go ertllor. A LBER I' ES'I )!'INA I.. For Attornet (l,,rrtl WA'IlER GUIO()N. Foa Secretary of SIate, J . T. MICHEL. For 'Tresure r, L. SMITH. For Auditor, } W. S, FRAZEE. Fur Sul,'t Public Education. J. V. CALHOUN. For Sonator, W. M. MURPHY, of Madison Parish. For l)i'trict Judge, F. X. RANSI)ELL. For District Attorney, DAVID1 M. EVANS, JR., of Madison Parish. For Representative, A. K. Anlaclher. For Sheriff. .1. IV. lDuno. For Clerk. G;. F. Btiackburn. jar (0 roller, W. E Loi,.. For Police Jurtr, lobI N iclholson. W.. C. Hotpe. Phil Mc(Guire. A. M. Nelson. T. W. Jay. A FAIR PROPOSITION. With a view of 1)rtnging 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. — 10 February 1900

Brinley Plows, Plow Points, Clevises, Collars, Hames, Trace Chains. SMAGUIRE & SCHN-EIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. 'I11] next Saturday, February 10, 1900, Dun. J. E. RAN5DELL. I. II. MONTGOMERY F. X. RANSDELL. Notury Public Gi and - Insurance Agent. grad groc Attorneys at Law pure - AN D- plan Real Estate Agents, .m Lake Providence, La, deg l'ytl W\ILL PRACTICE IN TilE COURTS OF rdi EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND Imu MADISON PARISHES, AND TIlE STATE don SUPRIEME COURT. Sthat Clfton F. Davis, and Afttyr-at.saTN twee -AND)- I we Eteal Elstate t Agt..l in t Lake Providence, La. wel the HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF ALL IIE I.ANDS IN EAST C(ARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH lolt ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SIIORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, Lai COURT 25e STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. eac 610 W. D ) BELI, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, o,, Our dllice is located in the ofice for- but n1ally occupied by Hon. C. S. W ly. gre Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly us House. iel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 February 1900

Is the best fer Brouchibis, (anpps, aen othr foods. Frequent cleaning t the corn th cure of Csweeping the walls. MtoihersPrS s t nociorsprcsCbe it. c luding egetables quic, sure resplt from the cellari . ell drained and aired. must be kept free iro rubbish, ands. iadows n frgh tom eair vegetablesar antde other ood. requend at cleaning wri cloed to keep int the cofrrs and sweeping the wallir, it are essential. All indsl oa food, hi- dis eluding vegetables, shottld be kept from rai the lighe t.much ecole and canned ifruits open all ought to be stored in closedark cupboard. iinually Windows enough to air the cellar and 10( screens for all of them are essential. the If the sashes are opened at sunset and eel remain so until the next day's beat, '30 then closed to keep In tie fresh air, it ate will be much cooler than If open all .0 day. But to remain closed continually ,h( is to breed foulness and disease. Lime scattered in the corners will conduce o0 to keep a collar free from mold. A ...

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. — 17 February 1900

NO. 39. I VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1900 ......RK... m ""AT l('T:rsre sAw no -o"housands, o , r v ...y......1 . .ii...o '.' ,.,ý. orrv so:S TO MARKi'".m A T V A os r r the sols ofthousands of l Ih` OP "Oom Piet's Fort." AN INCIDENT OF BOER LIFE IN THE TRANSVAAL. iBY P. Y. BLACK. The fires on the hills were the It was warning. The farmers were corn- the words mandeered, that is, every able-bodied looked ron nan between 16 and 60 in the district grown bob was callel to take his horse, his "bil- of 11; littl ong'' or dried beef ration, his rifle a goodly g and ammunition and proceed at once But she sa to the rendezvous, thence to proceed dear walls against the fierce and warlike Zulus, bring her who had again raided the Transvaal. the fields Farmer Putter sa idled up and hurried he had ras AD as his first duty was, but first he would ha salled to him Piet, his son, and sol- of her nai mnly spoke to him. give them 'Son of mine," said t...

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 February 1900

Wq1Je Bar rlrr-Dermocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. &AMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $t 00 PER YEAR. Saturday, February 17, 1910. pIpTh DIST, LavB BORARD, Regular meetlngs second Wednesday's in .January. Apri4 July, and October, at DIks, La. Democratic Ticket. For Got ernor. W. W. HEARD. For Lieutenant Governor. ALBERT ESTOPINA L. For Attorney General, WALTER GUION. For Secretary of State, J. T. MICHEL. For Treasu rer, L. SMITH. For Auditor, W. S, FRAZEE. For Sup't Public Education, J. V. CALHOUN. For Senator, W. M. MURPHY, of Madison Parish. For District Judge, F. X. RANSDELL. For District Attorney, DAVID M. EVANS, JR., of Madison Parish. For Representative, A. K. Amacker, For Sheriff, J. W. Dunn. For Clerk. G. F. Blackburn. For Coroner, W. E Long. For Police Juror, Robt Nicholson. W. C. Hope. Phil McGuire. A. M. Nelson. T. W. Jay. It is said Great Britain now has in South Africa over 200.000 troops and 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. — 17 February 1900

Brinley Plows, Plow Points, Clevises, Collars, Hames, Trace Chains. -irMAGUIRE & SCMNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. I Saturday, February 17, 1900. L J. E. RANSDELL, W. H. MONTOOMwRT F. X. RANSDeLL. Notary Public and SInsurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law P -A ND ,eal Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 0F fI EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND p MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE t SUPREME COURT. C CIfton F. Davis, Atty-at-lsLaw -AND Dteal 38t :l .te A-L-., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETEk ABsTRACT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EAST b CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH v ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, b E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. I r 2 W. D. BELL, W. B. PIERCE. e DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Our office is located in the office for mally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly. o Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly E House. Local and Parish News. The river is rising again at tbis 1 point. a Your town taxes are due and s...

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. — 17 February 1900

Here Krupp. lerr Krupp, who is one of the rich est men in Prussia, Is a son of the founder cf the Essen steel works. Old Krupp started with two men in 1827. The son now employs 20,000 workmen in the mills and mines and has built them. 20,000 houses. Two may talk and one may hear, but three cannot take part in a conversa tion of the most sincere and searching sort.--EmersFn. Juvenulty of the Tshltsmas The Tahitans are said to be the peo ple most serviceable to the traveler. they seem, in fact, to command at all limes the principal conveniences of lie. Half an hour of daylight is sulcetnt for building a house of the stems and eaves of the fehl banana, and fre is produced by rubbing sticka. If the running water is deeply sunk among stones, by working in banana leaves they bring it to the surface. The chase )f eels, which in those dripping moun tains become almost amphibious, of ters another instance of their nge*n uity. They tear off with their teeth the Ibrous bark of "puran" (Hibiscu...

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