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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 October 1900

THE BANNER=DEMOCRAT. VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1900 NO. 24. IEWS FOR THE FAIR SEX NOTES OF INTEREST ON NUMEROUS FEMININE TOPICS. Woman Dentist in Manilia-Women In the Transvaal - Those Little Ruchings - When Baby Has Earache-My Lady's Toilet-Etc., Etc. Woman Dentist in Manila The ubiquitous "American dentist," held in the highest esteem the world over for superior professional skill, has already hung out her shingle in Manila, and is finding abundant de mand for her services. Dr. Anna M. Sawyer, of New York State, is the woman who has taken the initiative in this instance. Women in the Transvaal. The average Boer is of the muscular type, big and brawny, but having, as a rule, no beauty except that of ruddy cheeks and a look of health. Here and there in the Transvaal one comes across a handsome Dutch girl, but gen erally the women have little of the hesh and simple beauty of their kin Gzed of northern Europe. Dress does not add to the...

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. — 27 October 1900

lPie Baxrler-Denoorat. THE C U6JLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT SeVE LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. the Ry which SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. ted He la pari tion I JAMES N. TURNER. Demo Publisher and Proprietor. the n Perha SUBSCRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. not be cougri Saturday, October 27, 1900. the presid road ( p Th DIST, LvBE BO . on th Regular meetings second Wednesday's ir. Janary,. April July, and October, at oppos Delta. La. inee, ther I Democratic Ticket! heir W1 For President, B the WILLIAM J. BRYAN. electi For Vice-President, our r ADLAL E. STEVENSON. by of For 57 Congress, ional JOS. E. RANSDELLf. us, e Fiftt fot Railroad Commissioner, B3rd imnpo District, W. L. FOSTER. cast - --- B nee. Hon. John Sherman, former Rep- list resentative in the House, for a long yet t term a member of the Senate and CaIV twice holding cabinet pos:tions, may passed away at his home in Wash- rank ington last Monday. of in Den The assault of the New York Sun on the character of the noble Robert pub] E. Lee, only m...

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. — 27 October 1900

Our Special Premium List at the East Carroll Fair, November 8th, 9th and 10th Best bushel corn, 5 pounds best coffee; Best bushel Irish potatoes, 20 pounds white sugar; Best display butter, nice churn; Best home cured ham, one Gold Band ham; Best loaf bread, 24 pounds best flour; Best display preserves and jams, one dozen fruit jars. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRATL Saturday, October 27, 1900. J. E. RANSDELL, IV. H. IO.NTOOMBRY F. X. RANSDELL. Notary l'iulli and SInsurance Agent. Ransdell& Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A N D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF E.AST CAiiOLL, WEST CAIRROLL AND I MITlSON PARiISHES, AND TIHE STATE St PtEME1 CO 'RT. Clifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-La.ra Ltea.1 3EIstate A .dgt,. -AND Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISIIED A COMPLETE I4BTIRA('T OF ALL HFIIE LANDS IN EAST 2ARIOLL, I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, ('OURT STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. D. HE...

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. — 27 October 1900

tee'4 m Ww ma m. L hound was bought in Missour and shipped in a closed express car to a ranch in Kansas. In a day or two It was missing. Investigation proved that it had gone back to Its Missouri home, over a distance of 500 miles, on a road entirely unknown to the, dog. Pooa Market Thea Cot Ward discourages the hope of Californians that they may find a mar ket for their light wines in the Philip pines. The Filipinos, he says, are wed ded to "vino," a concoction of anise and fusel oil. No light wine will ap peal to a vino appetite FREE BLOOD AND SKIN CURE. Cancers, ulcers, old sores, scrofula, bumps and risings on the skin, pimples, boils, catarrh, offensive eruptions. aches and pains, eating sores, blood poison, eczema, scabs or scales, and all blood troubles cured forever by taking I to 8 bottles of the famous B. B. B. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. B. B. B. heals every sore, stops every ache and makes the blood pure and rich. B. B. B. cures obstln.te cses after, all else falls....

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 November 1900

THE BANNER=DEMOCR z-T. VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 1900 NO. 2. • ~ ~ m ile • a m mI Im a mNe II I I .. .. . . m ~m" _  CROST THE WHEAT, Come a-trippin', 'crost the wheat, Lookin' sweet, an' mighty sweetl My! but I wus glad to meet Mary o' the meadows! Let the sheaf fall at my feet; Heard my heart-an' how it beat; Jest a-sayin': "Ain't she sweet Mary o' the meadows!" Wild winds tossed her tresses sweet Gleamin'-strcamin' at her feet" Nothin' could the winds repeat But "Mary o' the meadows"' Yet, jest like a shaft o' light Quick she faded from my sight, An' the whole world sighed "Good night" To Mary o' the meadows! -F. L. Stanton, in the Atlanta Constl. tutlon. T4e TriaPll ofr iO II. By Prof. James Ramereft. In the winter of 33, while travel ling on business connected with the pa per I represented, I put up at the hotel in Chicago, which had been recommended to me by the jour nalistic fraternity for its comfortable beds, substantial meal...

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 November 1900

'PIFe jBafqer-Deilocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY' SATURDAY AT LAKE I'R(ýVIDENCE, LA. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. JAMES N. TURNER. publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $2 00 PER YEAR. Saturday, November 3, 1900. Th DIST, LEvEE BOARD, Regular meetings second Wednesday's Ir. .linuary. April July, and October, at Delta. Ls. Democratic Ticket! For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. For Vice-President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. For 57 Congress, JOS. E. RANSDELL. For Railroad Commissioner, Ord District, W. L. FOSTER. Next Tuesday voto for W. ,T. B1R YAN, A I)LALI SLTEV ENV N, JOS. E. IANStI) ELL, W. L. FOSTER. W. J. Bryan will sweep the coun try next Tuesday. le will receive at least 257 electoral votes, and the chances are that he will get 320. It will be a tidal wave for the Democracy. Shreveport is fast forging to the front as one of the formest cities of the South. The other day the Queen & Crescent Railway put on between Vicksburg and that city double daily trains, with a Pullman and dining and obs...

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 November 1900

QUCARTERS FOR THE FAIR. It being the desire of the managers of the East Cari-oll Fair Association to provide suitable places for board and lodging during the coming Fair, they have established a Bureau of Information for the benefit of its visitors, and Mr. R. L. Hill being in charge of said Bureau, all persons who can accommo tdate visitors, either with board or lodging, or with both, will please inform him as to the number they can care for and the price per day. All informa tion must be mailed or handed in by this evening. The Association has 125 upholstered cots which will be furni~shed at 25 cents a day. -Nov. 3, 1900. F. II. SCHINEIDER, Secretary. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, November 3, 1900. J. . E. RADBLL, V. II. MONTGOMERY F.'. X. IRANSDIELL. Notary I'ublic -and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law ---A N D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WC'V.L PRACTICE SN THE CaCURTS OF EAST CARIIOLL, \VE T CARROLL AND MADISON PIARISHIES, AND TUE STATE St...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 November 1900

CHINA AND THEC HINESEE Jrlanners and Gustoms of the people The area of China is 4.218,401 En- and glsh square miles. Of this territolr rese only 1,336,841 miles belong to China the proper, the remainder being the de- fucli pendencies of Manchuria, Mongolia, the Thibet. Jungarlia and East Turkestan. tral Nqtwithstanding the relatively small serv gl'Ye of China proper, it contains the was bulk of the population, having 386,000,- Con 000 inhabitants out of a total popu- mon lation of the Kingdom of 402,680,000. and The present Emperor of China belongs mor to the Manchu dynasty, which over- tute threw the native dynasty of Ming in Bud the year 1644. As the late Emperor died suddenly, he did not designate a successor, as is the custom in China, twhere there exists no law of heredi tary succession. This is one of the causes of the trouble in China,owing to the fact that the Empress Dowager was able to obtain ascendency over the young Emperor, so that on Sep tember 22, 1808, an imperial e...

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 November 1900

THE BANNER=DEMOCRA VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1900 ......--.----.D -.,,. f,,1i £". d. , , , ate . , , _11P11 _. a. THE SUNKEN GALLEON. ar TOoA TACls SaoUvE. .he is crowned with coral and crusted, The sun sank low to greet her, She is reddened with ses-pld; But when, in silent prayer, Her guns and chains are rusted, The dear moon rose to meet her, Her ribs are shrunk and old. Behold! she was not there! he ass crawls green and gleaming Already in the gloaming Over her bulwarks streaming 1he sad mermaids were roaming And coils and clasps her, seeming 1Her sunken decks, and combing Like aerpents, lithe and col. Their bright and amber hair. Dace from her tall masts floated Where are the souls that railed her The widest silk in Spain; From shore to sudden shore? Ther cannon, iron-throated, They and their flesh have failed her, ang non, iacron-throted, main. She feels their will no more. But like a strong place plundered. She lies alone, ...

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 November 1900

SATUBDAY AT LDENCE. LA. A. KENNEDY, Editor. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, November 10, 1900. 5p Th DIrST, LavlB BOARD, Regular meetings second Wednesday'' Ir. January. April July, and October, at Delta. La. Bryan will now put on his old straw hat and return to his farm. The dollar afwned the Democra cy.and the gold barons have the -- peopleby the throats. MtKivley carried twenty-seven States with a few more to hear from. Bryan carried only eighteen, and might possibly have one or two more. It was a crushing de feat. England rejoices over the defeat of Bryan. His defeat shows the little sentiment expressed freely for the Boer cause, and upon which the Democratic party made its strong. est isue. Hardtner, Congressman Jos. E. Ransdell's opponent in the fifth diet trict lost his own parish by 150 ma jority. Hardtner received a terrible defeat, and we doubt if his vote in the whbols.district was over 350. O The yellow fever news from Na...

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 November 1900

This is the last day of the East Carioll Fair. The horse racing and other sports will be better than on the two previous days. Go and take .it in, and when ydo are ready to 'etwrn home call at the Biggest Gro cery House in town for your groceries. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANEB-OEMOCGRAI. Satrdiy, Nhvaitr Io 191L J. E. RAXSoDLL, WV. H. MONTGOMERY F.X. RANItDELL. Notary I'ublic .- and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, WILL PRACT'ICE IN THE COURTS OF EAST CARIIOLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SUPREME COURT. Clifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-r.'mavr RLeal etrt4lte Ag.st., -AND Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST VIºNISIHED A COMPLETE IBSTRACT OF ALL "HF. LANDS IN EAST CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH &BSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHoRT NoTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBlIC. W. D. REu., W. R. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Our office is located in th ( office for. mally ocoupied...

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. — 10 November 1900

Two Courses Open. It is safe to predict that the Demo trats on the stump during the present campaign will criticise the course of the administration with reference to the Philippines, but will offer no posi tive line of conduct regarding the same. There are but two courses open: either to pacify, hold, govern, educate and develop; or to abandon. withdraw and allow anarchy to run riot until, in E the interests of humanity, some other w Power steps in and takes up the task e' we are advised to perform. The first hi course is Republican, the other must P be called Democratic. t "What ails Mrs Miprs?" "She ays she ill spent the whole afternoon makino that oake and the family gobbled It up in ufttie mln utes." al Two Conals Bladlag Atlantlo. t It is asserted that the future will see two canals binding the Atlantic to the Pacifice ocean. The value of such connection can not be too highly estimated. It will bring cl added prosperity to the nation, as surely as s Hostetter's Stomach Bitters...

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 November 1900

THE BANNEIR=DEMOCR . VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1900 NO. 27. FAi AND GARDE INOTES. ITEMS OF INTEREST ON ACRICUL TURAL TOPICS. Relief From Poison ivy-Improving Comr mon Hogs-The Horse Fly Pest-Exper lenoe With Clover-When to Cut Corn for Sileag-Eto. Eto Relief From Poison Ivy. Wash exposed portions of the body immediately after handling or going near poison ivy. This simple precau tion will often prevent much discom fort. There are many remedies for ivy poison. One of the best is strong tea made by boiling or steeping sassa fras root. Make the solution strong and bathe affected parts freely. It will speedily dry the poison blisters. Hot water, as hot as it can be borne, affords relief. Salt and water is very effective. Make the solution strong. Lime water is also good. Improving Common Hogs. A herd of common hogs may be quickly and cheaply improved by in troducing a boar of any good breed, but of pure blood. Select a new one of the sa...

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 November 1900

FP1e IBarirer-I)erocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROV IDENCE. LA. SAMUEL B. KE;NNE)DY, Edlitor. JAMES N. TURNER. c Publisher and Proprtetor. t SUBSCRIPTION ? n !'E: YEAL. !o b Saturday, November 17, 1300, .--- - -~~ _~_-5 - -_ -- fe Tr DIsT, baVSi BOnaR, r Regular meetings se'Cono W'anc:.d aY" rIn January, April July, and i :.totber. t f Delta. La. h =_________ __~----- r- --' PROMOTERS OF PUBLIC GOOD. Now that the fair is over, and every one has seenl the good result i of it, we take occasion to say a few t words about those ot our citizens t who were m(,st instrumr ntal in get- f ting it up and conducting it to a successful termination. As a gen eral proposition, what is every body's business is nobody's husiness, and rtithing turns out well wihen everybody in general and nobody in particular are at the head of it. Fortunately for the Fair Associ ation, good business men have been at the head of it-men who were personally interested in its wel fare. From the first crude ...

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 November 1900

e inv lC YiU lt Call a seiet ll 11ire1 Line SEW FIIESII GROClERIES jist recived from St. Lois. MACUIRE & SCNEIDER, I. i. lAN-tl'1t L. V. i. ,,N(Tt'-lRY F. X . Rt.N -Iia .. N cte i'u ;1i( --- uliti C -- ..: , 1c.m Agent, . Ransdc l&Ransde! Aorzy at Law b b P al s1tate - gc ts, . Lake Proimdence, La, WILL, PlA(':(.: i. TIlE COrRTs Or 1". (iS, t MBt'iA;T 1'F ALL , 1 AN t+ IN ,,,T h - A I{({t L .l, i A Ml Pt i ']t'A Itti2 'ii, ii': UN , 1 I9 AB. -FACTF OF TIT; 1 S 'iN :;t;IIhT Nofi'C:, E. WAYI,, . DReWNE, o D A 1PPL IECE, O()l u!b.'r i' nLo, ttlE ( .:) !hi:' for. mr:ily oc' l 1ctij by IPn, :C. S. W ly. l)r. Pieree'" retidene. The Eglly n IloutisO. , Local and Part,h News. Rabl Pah ! itsh 1 it Hahl' alItl I air : E:m-.t ('arroll ' l'st Carrot! ! at Eastt Ctrroll Fair ! The Vicksburg crowd took back the gait. ir 'The year 1900 is rapidly drawing to a close. H The receipts of cotton and cotton tf' seed are dropping off. th The weather has been beautiful this ds week for all k...

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 November 1900

Sir George Whit. who has been aude a G. C. V. 0., has now no fewer than rve knighthoods. He is Sir U eore White, G. C. B., E C. B., G. . t SI., G. C. I. ., . C. V. O. Only two other British subjects, not of the blood F royal, have five knighthoods. They are the marqus of Duferin and Lord Rob erts, and they have but four each, , without their K. P.s. Among com- a moners, who cannot be K. P.s, Sir a George White stands alone Indeed, h ha Is the opl eaommoner S Pictures of kin hanging in the parlor look dutiful, but they can't be classed E as decorative -Atchison Globh t. CURES BLOOD POISON. Trial Treatment Free. Permanent cure guaranteed by uaing 4 to 16 bottles of IB. B. 13. Have you Aches and Pains in the Dor.bs an,: Joints, Ulcers, Oflensive Eruptions, Boils, Ecrc- t ula, Sore Mouth, Gume or Throit, Falling Hair, Swellings, Cancer, Itchtng Skin. Copper Colored Sore., Catarrh, Rheumatism? Then 1. B. B. hela every sore, makes the b:ood pure and rich and swops every ache and pain Cure...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 November 1900

THE BANNER=DEMOCRAT". VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1900 NO. 28. ___ __ _ ot woe.nv nt nf 1.f"i iafl THE MISSING FREIGHT. BY HAROLD NAEMANSSON. I,4 Rodney Graham was well thought of ma in Crescentville. His father, Nelson anm LGraham, had run the general store unt there for many years, and was rated we !n "Dunn's" as "G. S. M. 3.," which alN cabalistic letters established the Gra- At' ham credit on a solid foundation mi throughout the United States, so that sor whenever a salesman happened to stop anw it Crescentville, he always made a DIi tall at Nelson Graham's. for Crescentville, Illinois, was a flourish- Fo tg city of over 2000 inhabitants, and, an 0f course, things were just rushing. spl the city contained two manufactur ang plants, a brewery, a First Nation- ,at il Bank of Crescentville, an Electrie b Light and Power Company, and a rail, dei road depot. Also. various stores and rai small industries according to its needs. of The r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 November 1900

lcJ1 BaUrrter-Denmocrat. FUBLISHIID EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. SAMUEL B. KENNEI)Y, Editor. JAMES N. TURNEIU. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PElt YEAR. Saturday, November 24, 1900. Th DIST, IE 'EE ROrbD. Renoltr mt1eetin" , s.eond WedltneNh: y's ir, lanuary. A ,ril July, and Octob(lC r, ai 1)1D t,.t. I . The Police Jury of Red River par is has fixed the whiskey license at $400() for 1901, which means priohi bition and1 lots of blind tigers. Such a license does more harm than good. The new .ensnus shows up the big State of In iilia in had shape. and most of tie counties and some of the smaller towns and cities have fallen off in the past ten years. Franklin, I)earborn, tlnion, Ohio, Swilzerland and Jefferson counties show the heaviest losses. The total exp)endliture by the Gov ernmient for Indian service from 1789 up to July 30, 1900, has been $:16$8,351,:17. The Indian popula tion of the United States is about 24;7,000, almost as many as when Columbus laid...

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 November 1900

-I. We invite you to eall ldat see an Entire Line oEW FREWSH OE t rcivel fral St. Llis. MAGUR & SC N 1DER, THE 8ANtIEPRE-G OCRA1. Saturday, e,''1;'r 1, 1900. - -- i 1l F. X. I11:11: .L. - liiur.ii,ee Agent. Ransd&! Yansdel A~ttomys:' at Law ---AN tI-- Reoal EMt te t hgrrte, Lake Fri~:ance, La. F A ,S ('Ati::. .!.. \i, t r ( i -Itu .L AND luIA)1'ON 1' .'..:, ,:, ND TILSTATE D'UII:..ME C t, : '. S-- A - Clifton F. Davis, ,ak, I'tt r.vith'e.7_, Lv. I[AIIN'I .ii';'" FIN:4 1I'") A COMPLETE alISWTlAi,T li, All. 'I1l LANI'" IN EAST "AI:t(IL, I AM 1' tt I '1'(;E FURNISH Al,''TA:TS 01' I l' i.S N t lloi.T NOTICE, E. WAYL.E, IROWNE, i 0) IRT STI.NooItAI'Il :: AND N, rAI:Y PUBLIC. W. . 1I. iW. 1l. PIER('E. SECTORS EL.L ANE PIERCE, (iOur otlic : t eti i ithe "tlice for. niiantly l uj ,i ii, ll . C. S. W yly. Dr. l'iercets residenllce. The Egelly louuSe. Local ai ; Piarishl News. The weather was stornly Monday aud Tuesday nights. There has not been much cotton piekiug going on this week...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 November 1900

The Labor Problem. Neophyte-I don't see why you should give Wlklow $2 a day and me only $1110." Superintendent-WikIow !i an expe rienced hand. Neophyte-Then the work must come a good deal easier to him than it does to me, and be oughtn't to get so much instead of getting more.-Boston Trans ,wint l'ne remedy for lynching does not lie so much in the law as in public opinion and in the criminal courts. When bru tal crimes are promptly punished and enlightened public opinion supports if flclent courts lynchinr will ceaise. ;---.. .--i- ---- 1 1, Don't worry overmuch about those sharp pains in your head., Seek their cause in your liver. One Ayer's Pill at night ror a few nights drives away morn ing headaches. J. C. AYER COMPANY, Practical Chamniab, Lowell, Mae. Ayw's Saraperilla Ayer Halt Vigor Apy's Pills Ayers Chert Pectsul Ayer' Ague Cure Ayer' O~mnese The 8mithsonian Institution is una ble to secure a single wild pigeon. The birds are now extinct. The writer has seen the sky blackene...

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