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

BAN I - THE BANNERDEMOCRAT SY LAKE, pOVIDENCEEAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1900 . . ... ........ ...... ' "..'. ''-...... ...... -: P; ......... l' nrli-ht fr wil ae a great r.n: sha ,! i state GogvrnI[nt of Iui' au • VOL. XIII. FORGIVENESS Iwant of a while the e To drink the dregs of rank Injustice's ran back I cup were laid And smile as though the draft were er's shed, sweet and clear; old womal To feel the dagger-thrust of wound- who had j 0l pride, slightly sli Yet to the bosom clasp the steel more dition. near; The villa To check the passion of the beast- ty of its c revenge- for an hol Yet seemingly do naught but raise thy mothers hand; with their To keep sure silence when the hot bedding at words burn shed for t At wrong, before the soul can under- affliction 1 stand; burned oi To rise a moment from the mortal drew on, mire vived, and To see things past and present and to to the she come; Meanwl To grant the heavenliest blessing Anice Roi earth bestows She ...

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. — 1 December 1900

=1' i • t:)rt, ',=-1 ),-n , 'crait. ['U LtI,1i,.i :'VERY SATURDAY AT 1` " i' RO)V II)ENCE, LA. S I ~i. B. KENNEDY. E:litor. JAM iIS N. TURNER. Pntblis!,er and Proprietor. 8 :;-'H C ,il'TI )oN : 8201R I'PER YEA R. Th D'ST, [aVyE BOARD. ! . . .r ,.tings, .  ,. ! d ,' W nresdlay" il :.,r)y, . rit July, an ( October, at ITh'1~ I:ba:ihip Kentucky has been Fi-lit t.) T'arke, with the hopes that th; aipearance of one of iUncle S.-'i'h fiL,,ter' may make that gov ertirnent jiney up that cash. Tim' a\ve.age e-t uiate of the prep. e' cni eCro, fr1)m estimates ,jole Iv one hmnnIrel and tiftyiv em irs of tl e New York Cotton E x. Clian ,r'. iv 10,175,000 bales. 'Ihe ilihe(-ti made was 11,000,000 bales; th. ii west 9i,100,000. A plot to a·-asasinate President l K,'lel.v has come to light, which w1< 1,tarle known to the New York lp ice.,. The police have gotten so far (o h tlhe track of the would-hbe as. ,si, in as to know his name, which l:s feel cotnmmull icated to Washing too. Ileavy rai...

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. — 1 December 1900

X!a invit you to call and see an Entire Line r NEVI FRESH GROCERIES l st recived from St. Louis. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER, T1lE BAlNEH-DEM0CRAL1 Satun ray, Decemrer 1, 1900, E. I. ;:AN-EI., W. It. M )NToo') ME RY i' . \ . i. i... Notury 'ublic - - In1ura1ce Agent. Ransdel!&RansdeHl Attorneys at Law -----A N t)- ?cal rtate Agents, L2c Pio':idnce, La. ,i , i e\ ' v i > 7 T i o! E C o l "! -T , O F F.,.-r .'. . . .T (.' n :o .r, AND v \ ,' i'A1: 1µ-. AND Titi: STATI C tcn F. Davis, _/ .tty- - ,'t -.ra T~,TT - ANtl- L .'tk4 lProvib l e , L.tt. I' 'Pt i T &r FI-NI' N rI A C(Ol!'LttTE 0 it" ' t. L, TLE LANDS IN EAST 11::',l.l,, I .1'1 I'!; l'11la:, '1T"1 |I' INIFIl ~~-.n--r r-L I CI-YI --*-*---- - AI i \4 "1 t0f> i;t i'i .' NI" jliWIT N jI' V'E, O "T'' ittS :c L'.l NTARY PUIELTE,. 1T.al !anI PI'nl NeIwV. 'ITh'" lirst real touch of winter was (Cross the river trade was brisk on 11 00,day. l:;;ht now is the time to go sand pay youlr poll tax. iOur but ofnfce will look uice in ...

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. — 1 December 1900

A LITTLE WHILE. t Is so natural that we fall asleep Like tired children when the day Is done. That I would question why the living weep When death has kissed the laughing lips of one. We do not sigh when golden skies have donned The purple shadows and the gray of night, Because we know the morning lies beyond, And we must wait a little while for light. So when, grown weary with the care and strife, Our loved ones find in sleep the peace they crave, We should not weep, but learn to count this life A prelude to the one beyond the grave; And thus be happy for them, not dis tressed. But lift our hearts with love to God, and smile, And we, anon, like tired ones will rest, If we will hope and wait-a little while. -Ella Bentley. g KENNEDY. I t BY ANNABEL DWIGHT. 'A pretty cove making in from the ocean, a strip of white sand, and some n tall, gray cliffs for a background; antid such a bright, breezy morning! The cool waves leaped joyously in the June sunshine, and caught a thousand glit- t ...

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. — 8 December 1900

THE BANNER=D EMOCR VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEBER 8 1900 NO. 30. it i, WnT An t Af I'oI aia. THE KISS AT THE DOOR. to ca settle In the days of the lance and the spur, When the hero went forth to the lightl fight, axe. Oft he carried a token from her keep( Whom he worshipped as lover and was knight, too And when fierce surged the battle The around, on t And when close pressed the merc- top less foe, lengt 'Twas that token that drove off de- was spair And gave victory's strength to his factle blow. sa buck Not a hero of knighthood am T. Fugi But a warrior in industry's strife. had Where the lance that I wield is my was feet pen,into And tie lady I serve is my wife. I Yet a token I carry each day, Full as precious as aany of yore, quie Ald It stoutens my heart for the fray; de 'Tis my love's morning kiss at the most time ooor, foan on n For his faith will the martyr endure, surf By the suntset the artist's inspir'd, soon At the blast of the bugl...

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. — 8 December 1900

lhe Iarber-I)cmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE Rt't(VItDENCE. LA. SAMUEL I. KiNNEY, Editor. i JtJAMIS N. TI'URNER. | Pnbtisher .and .Proprietor. -it SUltS(e.trr,I' : .$L(on1 PER YEAR. . .... ace, m r ,8, 1900, • ""' DET  v~ - I:GGP , Ri-cui ,n'! ."r ii F '.-tond~' 11,'oinersda 's i t it. 1.111!:,,ry, A l~ril ,tiny, and ()c~obler,.M at I)('JI~iX l.;.F l,'' . t -,,-hip I C 1hi1t I h ft V an en,t . l;. (., on the l-t. for Ma. n'ila, ýi" ti fty tihonsat i1 harrels of hoer. It took Ave(rnty-fi\' t'ra1nS tOf ir'nj,,ort it. It looks lik:v beer first ana )re:id next. L,,-r ",olk. ,he ,s , u, 'Timtc - I)e ,'rai r* r a ' t niear , F' in a few't toI, ,-, . t "i tF! 'nc' l)iira ,au, a h' r''"ir ol, ,hild, t^ the -a'teur I,.titute, 1t; h-iitiWtlo e., who was, t bitten by a pnd .di,4. ~aeb' noble~ deeds a&,th't ';le What; sotuI., for something. t. Itichard-. Criker cau ngrit his teeth, htat ie wil1 bhale to ouglhtip that $5000 to- the British goven, ment. 'Tie income tax in tat c...

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. — 8 December 1900

ha-a t I o rks !!! , have the largest assortment of FiRE WORKS you ever saw i Providence. Don't purchase until you see our stock. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER, m m .av_. iTtE BAtEi -GEMOU C AIT. *- 1,1I141 Insurance Af"'rt. Ransdc!!&Ranlsdeli att rzyZ at Law -A \L. Eocal Zstate Agents, Lake Proviesce, La, i ' . " "1'1< - IN '1 n . (' Ior t rs O F '- - ' , l., W\ -T 1 CA :I,1. AND Ci ton F. Davis, . - A1)- Ltic F': , it 4ner, Lla. .IITRAC'T il AII. 1!4 Ir 1." ' IN EA -'r ;i; 4()i 1 Ai I'IKAREI'. :l T )O lIf' NI.ti AU :..' I 4F TITI.'s IN SIIIn T No'r(TIC:E, E. WAYlIEs- lI-'WNE, STIF,(,;I:AI'tIII' AND N 'OTAIY PtILIC. W i). ltTll., W . b . Pi":rI'E. POCTOS BELL AND PIEECE. O , 'l'I i Islo ati d in the allice for. nmail 4 1, l n li 1 bIlv 11111. C. S. Wyly. Digr Piercet's residence. The Egelly Whi e is showing something nice in I present mouth. Ilonal andl Parish News. \lagire & Sch eiery dhave the Christ showing something ie in See .loht %V ('rnk& or 11. , Jcnes for first...

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. — 8 December 1900

What Abstalntag Will Do. An abstaining community would solve without t! - slightest friction the compen sation question, the Sunday-closing ques tion, and every other question which the attempt to regulate the drink traffic has raised, and( which perplex politicians as much as they belittle temperance reform ers. Death tate From Intemperance. In England and Wales the death rate from intemperance has increased during the last thirty years more than 100 per cent., and among women since 1875-the first year for which the statistics for the sexes were given separately-it has in creased 150 per cent. Every year over 100oo,ooo persons die of consumption in this country alone. 5 Cherry Pectoral would not have cured all these. Taken in time, it would have cured many. SA Mr. D. P. Jolly, of Avoca, N. Y., wrote us, a few weeks ago, that his mother had regular old-fashioned con sumption for years, and was given up to die. She tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It helped her at once, and she is now c...

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. — 15 December 1900

THE BANNER=DEMOCRAT VOL..___ .P DAOSANO 31. VOL, XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1900 " ' :"' _ .... .. .... ". .... .. . . . . ~~ ~~- . .. . . . . . . ".- - . , ,, - ., n . . ,, . . .. ' '* ;,1 THE LIGHT ON THE WAY. v orrow co..ing up the slope Coming right a ong isoten to the bells of Hope,- , ,We'll drown her with a song! SSwinlisn , nrrow's only for a day: t [op. is lighting up the way! e lot in darkness do we grope; When the storm strikes strong sten to the bells of Hope, Drown it with a song!. r Swinging, Ringgri;- Listen to their singi ng! Sorrow's only for a day: a Elope is lighting up the way! Hear the world's heart throb and beat As she rolls along! 'horns but make the roses sweet, Drown 'em with a song! Swinging, Ringing; Listen to their singing! lorrow's only for a dayt dope is lighting up the way! . -Atlanta Constitution. TWO HOME COMINGS By Anle Hamilton Domaell. T T was one of Scarecrow's poorest days. They were all poor. 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. — 15 December 1900

tPIe Bagrger- ) omocra t. PUBLIS1HED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE i'IROVIDENCE, LA. SA~IU1E!, B. KENNE1DY, Editor. JAI.ES N. TUI-NEItR. Puhlither and l'roprietor. S 'Q;CIlPTION : $200 PE.R YEAR. Saturday, Decembr 15, 1900. Fifth District Levee Board. Rogaal:tr meetings sectndl \V , !ntrt, )':t'R r. I ,itutry, April July, and (Oclober. at Deit.a. La. (Capt. Jlames M. IF'ter, of Shrel'e port, died ,n Tuesday lat at, the age of seventy year.. lie wa' one of tlihe promti:,at men of the SiOt te and a lealecr of the I)"mrn'rtatic I''1r tv. 11,. w ill besadl . T'h.e ".. ill of Co(l- 1 ' t v . 1;".1 in N ew ', irk .,)r. t.. . a'r,. s',w + that ht dii. , ,t , , . e very poor :0:an. Iii, will -hiow! thao hi" iv:i:O was ,:, , thue- dllars and thirty cO.it Axr Irlillllt(:. It. i i l+red that in the miiiin taii cotunties of Kcntniikv the re tttri.s (,f tihe late elehci n, were so lai:ulerd that in many i,'nt ,ces the ruin111'r of voters r(c,.r',.dl as greater thin !)th whole a.dul wiale l iLtia t...

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. — 15 December 1900

I' l - WUI K 5: : hFire Works!!! We have the largest assortment of FIRE WORKS you ever saw in Providence. Don't purchase until you see our stock. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER, THE BA ERh-(iEMOCRAL 11 SaJ. y. , Cec.. e.r 15, 1900. TGOME F. X. hLA -bF.1.L.. Notary PubliE -- Itld i [InntL ance Agent. Ransde!!&Ransdedi ,ttorceys at Law -- ND Ieal Estate Agents, , Lake Providence, La. WVIl.L. I': aCT': IN s (il. Cor'TrS oF FlASTDISON I'1a l.-Iitl:s, AND TilE STATrE a S -tPREM11; (o1: IiT. Clifton F. Davis, a -A I)- l,:Ik. P'rv n elr e, LI. HAVIN JoST FIN IS!!IED A ('OMP.TE aBSTI:ACrT (1 Atl.L "liE I.ANI)S IN EAs'r AItIo,I. 1 AM I'i EAIkEI) rTO FURNISI I H ABS'AC(TS OF 1'1TI..S oN SoTIIr NOTICE, f STtNOGolAPIrER AND NOTARY PUBLIC(. W. D. BELL, W. B. PrERCz. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. d Our oflice is located in the office for. anally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly. Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egclly House. ____ --_____ - -- l- - i Local and Parish News. a Sheriff Dunn Is ready to receipt you ...

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. — 15 December 1900

Ker children's cheeks are rosy, Their limbs are strong and straight ler husband loves her truly, Apd servants on her walt! Yet oft she sits and sighs And oft she cries Out bitterly at Fate. the ancient rugs are costly That lie upon the floor; Ithe lawn is broad and shady That stretches from the door: She has enough, you say? Her sister o er the way, ~" Has just a little morel. . t A LUCKY FIND. BY ELLA M. HE88. About eight years ago, on a warm summer's night In June, within a few minutes of 12, I was patrolling a quiet part oa East Brbadway when a man called out from a second story win dow '"flold on, policeman?" "Well," I asked, "what's the mat to, ?" "I have just heard a heavy thump In Mr. Bentley's house, next door, IHe may have fallen and hurt himself. He came in a few minutes ago. Hadn't you better ring the bell?" Mr. Bentley was a rich old bachelor who had lived entirely alone for years. It is said that In his house, to which ae outsider was ever admitted, he kept a large amou...

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. — 22 December 1900

THE BANNER=DEMOCRAT VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1900 .32. IIES FOR THE FAIR SE I~ NOTES OF INTEREST ON NUMEROUS no FEMININE TOPICS. Is Earrings of Pearls and Brilliants-Erin's !C Joan of Aro-Librarians in England- to Whea One Is Traveling-Mourninl in ti England-Etc., Etc. K Earrings of Pearls and Brilliants Among the earrings which are again B becoming essential to the toilet are to pearl acorns set into cups of small M brilliants. This shows the tendency to et ward hanging ornaments, and where in they will end time alone can tell. 'May- lI hap on the shoulders as in ye olden 2( days. p Erin's Joan of Aro: Miss Maud (;onne, the beautiful Irish as girl who is regarded by a section of It the Irish Nationalist party as the Joan M of Arc of Erin, lives more in France is than in Ireland. Her gift of eloquence n added to her beauty has naturally en deared her to the French. Women have always played a very considera ble part in Irish politics...

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. — 22 December 1900

"fle Barlqer-Demrocrat. ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAK'E PROVIDENCE, LA. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, Decemnber 22, 1900. Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second \Vednesday's In January, April July, and October, at Delta. La. 1 RING, HAPPY CHRISTMAn BELLS. Our Dum Animals. This is the day that Christ .v..s'iitrn, Hark to the mu,ie sweet and wiIl. That wakens glad hearts aint forlorn t To greet the bles'etd Chill! Oh silver bells that ritr. =o clear All the wintry mornig tlay. t Ril-e up the sleeping worli to hear That Christ was lot n to -dav. Ring till the chi!rdrh n start fromn sleep, Sweet with the dreami of joy to be, I And clap their little handlls and leap, And shot aloud in glee. Ring till the sorrowful ones of earth Whose lives are spent in toil and tears, 1 That leaves, aSas! no place for mirth In all the dreary years Shall hear the tender words ie said: •'Come unto Me all ve tha...

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. — 22 December 1900

• Fire W orks!!! We have the largest assortment of FIRE WORKS you ever saw in Providence. Don't purchase until you see our stock. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER, THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Situ day, December 22, 1900. J. E. RANhDEI.I., W\. 1H. 31(,NTOOMERY F. X. RANSIDEILL. Notary I'ubl and - Insurance ,Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A N 0- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, WVILLT. \.X(TICE IN TIlM C()'rTS( OF EAs'r (CA.:oL(IL, WFsT C(AutA.I. AND) MADIsO(,N PAtollti;s, AND TIll: STATE il'1 l.tI'A E cut KIT. Clifton F. Davis, L1tty-Lat--arrW Lasl E3r-str to . .gt., - A1NI Lak, L Pre  i(ieInce, La. Hl4.VING: JUST FINISIIEDI A ('OMPI.ETEI BIISTi.r(T ()0 ALL tE LANIDS IN EAST .AHROtJL. I AM I'IEPAIIEID T F'r( NIS II ABsTAC"rS oF TITLES oN SlloRT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BRO)WNE, COU T STENOG.RAPHER ANDI NOTARIY PUBLIC. W. 1) HIý:LI,, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our oflice is located in the (,ii(e: for. maully oecupti(-(d by Hlon. C. S. Wyly. )Dr. Pierce's residence. The...

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. — 22 December 1900

DissatItleCO With Mom.. "'Iammuin," wiid five-year-old Willie, "may I goe *er to Tommy Jones's to play?" "'Wihy ilo you want to spend so much of your time at his home?" asked the another. ...'Cause his mother hasn't got any amcw carpets." replied Willie-Chicago Times-Herald. Not Alone. Mlis W!tlhrs-I Rtelieve Artbur k afni!d to propose to me. HelI --Of course. le is, anti there are lhousails of others Just like him. tmhxrt Set The Philadelshlan-"Isa't the mud on this street trite deep?" Chicagoan (ptoudly) "Deep? It is the de-pust mud on any paved . astIs the worldl"--ndianapolls Peisea The Chinese Seation. 'The cause for the presest Chinese entan glements is not reliLgio differences, but the sabuse o: the Chirse Immigrants by the torelgn powers. Another great revolution comes from the abuse of the stomach. Over 'taxed digestion produces constlpation, In digentilo, dyspepsla and flatuleney. llos tetter's 8tomedh Bitters is the best medicine to take. It will restore a healthy tone ...

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. — 29 December 1900

THE BANN ER=DEMO VOL. XIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1900 VOL. XIII. IBIS FOR THE FAIR SEI NOTES OF INTEREST ON NUMEROUS FEMININE TOPICS. low to Cultivate Beauty-Queen Helena's re GiCft of Repartee-A Royal Sculptress Fleur de Lys Knot-Thoughtfulness of a9 Swiss Women-Etc., Etc. ~i How to Cultivate Beauty. 01 Queen Natalie of Servia is remark- 11 able for beauty, her great charm be- is ing her lovely neck, which resembles w that of the famous Venus of Milo. Her recipe for preserving it from the ravages of time is simplicity itself. Every morning she takes a brisk little , walk in the grounds of her palace L. near Belgrade, bearing a pitcher on fm her head. This exercise not only im- ce proves the neck by strengthening its a muscles, but the balancing of the , pitcher encourages a graceful and al easy carriage. Peasant women who w carry weights on their heads in this ,4 manner are remarkable for their flune o figures and erect, dignified and gr...

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. — 29 December 1900

j ERY SATURDAY AT /ROVIDENCE. LA. B. KENNEI)Y, Eitor. JAMFE N. T1'RNER. S Pu-blsher and Proprietor. S 9;iSACRIPTIONV : $200 PER YEAR. Sturday, Dacember 29, 1900, Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings ecuond t', ednesday's It, .lanI .arvy, April July, and October, at Delta. La. (hicago is a great big city sure enough, and its public school sys. tern is no small thing. There are six hundred teachers, principals and s perintenldents on the pay roll, which is over $50.000 per month. 'Fie scathing article of the Daily States on the antio of J. R. G. Pit. kin, must have been square out fact. It brought fourth the resig nation of the postmaster in short order. Pitkin must be a bad egg. The order of Odd Fellows is one of the strongest secret orders in the world, and comes next to the Ma sonic order, which leads them all. At the beginning of the year 1900, there 'were more than one million members in the army of Odd Fel lows. On Christmas day in New York the Salvation Army fed 25,000...

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. — 29 December 1900

W c are just in receipt of another large shipment of FINE GROCERIES, Banner Hams, Postel's Elegant Flour. Our line of Groceries is the largest in town, and our prices the cheapest, for the reason that we do the most extensive business in the Grocery line. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER, THE BANNER-DEMUOCHAL Saturday, December 29, 1900. J. E. IIANMDEI,L, V. fl. 'tONTGMiiERY F. X. IANSDELL. Notary k'ubt!: :Jld - Inulance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell .ttcr .cys at Law --A N D)- Real Estate Agent. , Lake Providence, La. IL.T I'RACTICE IN TillH: ',' E C TS OF EAST ('A tt|iLL. V\'r..'T ('. i'.| L1. ANt) MAIDISON PA.IlI'IIEs, An'I Til:E :'rATEi; SPR.EME; COrU'T. Clifton F. Davis, Atty-at-La rr Re-,al istart© A,-Kt., -AN])- Lake P'rovidence. La. HAVING JUST FINISTIED A ('(MPLETE ABSTiRACT O1 ALL TIIE LANIS IN V; AST ,Al oIHL. I AM I'IEi'AIRED T'O F'URiNISUi ABSTA(TS OF TITLES oN $IIotRT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT 9TENOGHIAPHER AND NOTARY P'UBLT. W. D). BE.L, W. B. TI[ERC'E. DCCTORS BELL A...

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. — 29 December 1900

FOR ALL .THESE THINGIS I thank Thee, Lord, for wind an s mew. Enr the brown wren upon the bough. I thank Thee for the level rain, For the.gray cloud and wrinkled plain, For running water and bright grass, For eyesight that all this joy has. And, most of all, I thank Thee for The thankfulness I have in store. I thank Thee, Lord, for work and rest, For all glad dreams within my breast. I thank Thee for the way I win, For my child faults and early sin, For childhood, kisses and the sky, For chance to live and hope to die. And, most of all, I thank Thee for This want of mine to thank Thee more. -Post Wheeler, in New York Press. StrangeDevelopment. BY S . n V. OSBORNE. Strange happenings are always doubted, and I shall not feel disap pointed if this story suffers a like fate. Yet I cannot help but tell it as it occurred, and he who will not be lieve may laugh. For some time past I have been an ardent follower of Dauguerre, and many a leisure hour have I spent in the fascinating study of ...

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