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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 August 1901

i-, - - . .--..- THII' AN VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. AUGtSTS, 1901 VO M I tmu ,.ss m m meanV..ll-gMM. , am", " -MMSMMM tl I KNEW. II I knew the box where tbh smiles are If I knew a box that wis large enough kept, To hold all the frowns I meet, No matter how large the key I would try to gather them, every ont, Dr strong the bolt, I would try so hard- From nareery, school and street. 'Twould open, I know, for me. Then, falding and holding, I'd pack them when over the land and sea broadcast im I'd scatter the smiles to play, And turn the monster keyp That the children's faces might hold them I'd hire a giant to drop the be6t fast To the depth of the tdeep, deep eA, For many and many a day. -Dora Sexton, in t:l BookV' World. TROUBLE WITH A PYTHON. By William T. Hornaday, Director of theNew York Zoological Park HIE superb reptile-house of the tl New York Zoological Park ci was rapidly nearing comple- ol tion. Its great main hall was i swarming with wo...

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 August 1901

Wlhe Barlrer-Derr.ocrat.' PUIBLISHED EVERY RATURIYAT AT LAKE PROVII)DENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $20( PER YEAR. Saturday, August 3, 1901, --- - -- Fifth District Levee Board. leilar meettigs second Wednesday's .rl, January, April July, and October, at Lelta. ILa. Slurs at the South. Some Northerni newspalpers are TInw iIlliulein in editorial reflections ijln lwhalt they are ple'ase to toerm the "shiftlessItess o(f the South," be catse of the poverty of the people of thi etclion as (tonllmaredl with the r, h tpopulation of the,Nortlh. It is guile true tlhat the South is not so I :ihll hy as the North, butt it is not S<lItlt to :i',iertaill the reaon wh'y. In resenting the unljust and unfound ed al;,ertions of the Northern critics. the B:ltimore Sun tat.es some very plain facts :ts follows: "T'he aoauth emer-ged; fnem the Civil ,Yal 3: yearr :igo utterly broken and bankrupt. Mhore tlihan tm-tenth of the entire white adult male piopula tlio ...

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 August 1901

:j..The Jug House ASKS TO BE HEADQUAZ TERS FOR - Thec Savtition Arrri y'? Who will be Captain " Why, 4LEHMANN, of course--in Hamley's Block--wro.ng side of Street. Sole Agt, for Lemp's Keg & Bottle Beer, City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the best Cigar on the Market for lOcts, AT LEHMAN'S,. EIIAS AARONS, Mtanufacturer, New Orleans, La. Rpresc(nted 1,y Nathan Bach. ITH BAkNER-DEDtUGA1, Saturday, August 3, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTORET-AT-LAW AND R~eal Estate Agent, LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA, 'Will practice in the Courts of Eas+' Carroll. W est Carroll and Mndi.son I'aiiishes, and the State Suipreme Court J(IOHN A. MON'lGOM(ERY, Notary 'ihli,' , (' ourt Stci .rrapher :antd l ire Iii1s raizoni Agen' it. in il my ollic'. Clifton F. Davis, .Atty-avtt-.Laaf -ANI- IAteal EI1atato ALgt., Lake Providence. lm. HIAVIN(; J-e1T FINISHFiD A ('(IoMPIET A-TRAIc'T O(1 ALl. "iH4e LAND)S IN EAM .ARllIO .I.. I AM P0It l'AI EI) 'rET( FUl NllHI SII4'A(I'TS iF TIT.F:4 ON SIIOR...

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 August 1901

Poplar Bluff, alo.-Stephen Clark In a fit of jealous rage attacked Peal Clark, a woman with whom has ,ad been living, with a butcher bLHt andi after frightfully stabbing her beat her brains out with a hatchet. Clark then plunged the knife into his own breast, making a fate. wlond. Dallas,Tex.-~-i~ big flouring mills of Eagle Ford or Trinity river, west of Dallas, burned Tuesday morning. Loss, $70,000 insurance, $20,000. Some people are so clumsy they can't drop a remark without breakmig their word. The New Bicycle. Bicycle manufacturers state that the bicycle for this year will be practically the same model as 1900, as improvement seems to be Impossible. Precisely the same is true of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It represents the limits of science, and it is impossible to make a better medicine for the stomach, liver, kidneys and blood. Try it for dyspepsia, in digestion, constipation, flatulency, or sour stomach, and you will be convinced. Never take a substitute. In spite of $80...

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 August 1901

7. /F BA BANNE R= DEMOAT. " " PROVI AS C'L PIS A., SATURDAY. AUGST1, 1901 VArT riT ,, LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY AUGUST A rossinuyth ii3lbtS .Yiedeth fronm d e to da - Fulfimeat eeryw ugz Whose paths ep an Forechosen smad: fi . cean-swept-from dar a, t With not a cae t togl ais whi What greater joy is hin s 7 hde Whose paths perversely wlab dt. a Some pleasing goal to mss, Some battleeld to rnd; Till, after broken dreams t* it" And tears uneomated upid ; t tI A sudden prospect.Lel s mlle Mms Of hope at last fi . ad ben -Frank Walcott Hutt, it "NMew f - ded the riscofl. oe time .like ...d .'Tr t heh AL INCIDENT OF LObI lCQ4AMP Ie as stlip IN TE SIERRA UWVWAA Scattered throughort the Sa No th rada Mountains are neamera ws ad * L which are making eateuisiv its s j thre W as the magnificent tradts a te emitted The chain of, nmwautau , tls as ia pik-, i turesque scenes, evergee!s . te9a I and medium-sized, sad fesy liulesi tts of diminutive saplings dloth te a-...

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 August 1901

Ihje Barqer-Derocrat. PUBLISHED EVYRY SATURDAY Al LAKRPLHOVID CI. LA. JAMNS N. TURNER, Publieher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEA t. Saturdlay, August 10, 190 Fifth District Levee Board. 'e·tilar meetinga f ecead Wednesday's :L. linlairy. April iJuly, and October, at I)' La. La. Police Jury Proceedings. Lake Providence. La.. Aug. 6, 1901. Pi1 rsTntit to adjournment and pur CF;lani t,, I he nrotice of meeting giveu by tilh. P'reiddnt of the. Pllice J.nry on the req'I'trneItI' of sniore than twelve free h Ilite, of the parish, the Police Jury l','c-",tr t--r ol,t. N ic'holson, I'resident; W. I lhopt"E and A. 1t. Nelsmn. Aii-ent-l'hil MlhGduire and T'. W .JaLy. 'Ihereupon the following proceed ings were hadl: By Mr. Nelson and carried lie it ordained. 'l'hat the following written petition of property tax-payers to order n special election to submit. to the, property tax.payers entitled to vote on the proposition contained therein, the said proposition to incur a debt of $1...

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 August 1901

The Jug House AR TG ROT IBE 4DQV&AR1Z 70F ; $~vation Arrriy? tain P Why, S1LEHMANN, • 2. 3Iook-wront . g side of Street. Sfor Lemp's Keg & Botle Beer, I1 I l l IlIllq rl  a rm  " , THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, August 10, 1901, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOREY-AT-LAW Real Estate Agent, LAKE FROVIDENCE. LA, Will practice in the Courts of East (:itrrt'll, Wre't Carroll and Ml.dli,on l'ari~,.l., and the State Supremle Court. J()HN A. MO(),G(;OMERY, .otary Putili', (Ciurt Steno(grapher and Fire llluntrnie AnLt, is i n my otlicc. Clifton F. Davis, Atty-a.t-IT.aw - AN- 2lTea1 Elastate A.gt., Lake l':rovidence. La. II HAVING .ILUT FINISTIED A ('OMI'LET ABISTRACT iOF ALL "liE LANDS IN ]EAS'I AAtI)I.L. I A I i'iI'ARED '1TO FI-RNIM 11 b13$TACTS oF TIT'LES oN SlloRT NOTJ'E. E. WAYLES BROWNE, CtOURT " STIENOG(RAt'II"ER ANI) NOTARY PrBLIC. W. I). HELL, W. H. PIEC:('E. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our oftfice is located in the o,litt: for. noma!y occupied hy Hon. C. S. W ly. " Dr. Pierce's res...

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 August 1901

MURDERER MILER HANGED. Death of Policemen Avenged-Negro Swung From Same Scaffold. At Birmingham, Ala., Frank Miller, a safe robber and murderer of Police man J. W. Adams, was hanged, and Alonzo Williams, a negro convict, who murdered Bob Callahan, a fellow pris oner, at Pratt Mines penitentiary, was banged from the same gallows an hour later. Interest all centered in the hang" Ina of Miller. t The labor cost of making steel in the United States is less than half the kbor cost in Great Britain CENTURY OLD AND WORKINO. Wooders What Will Happen to flaes When TII Gets AgeJ. The new superintendent of streets at Calams, Me., has just reappointed Patrick Meyers, who will be 105 years old next June, to his old place as cus todian of the city sidewalks, a post which he has held for 37 consecutive years. In 1864, when substitutes were getting from $800 to $1.000 to go to the war, and national and state bounties made the total sum up to $1,600 to $1. 800, Myers enlisted, and having passed a su...

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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. — 17 August 1901

THE BANNER=DEMOCRA . VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1901 bucctss i. w UtlhUs t. LxhZIOI. (At the foot ao the Hill of Endeavor, U the stepe of the fill of 1Edeave . O .o One, look upward and sa Yo battle and toil and keep on he hine of the prim or th e Bitering prim That dazzles our eyes dhat drl With the gleam of the glory to be. At eve as it did at the dawn. War up ii th lds like a beaon, Its brilliance is always before you Its luster illamines the world. To lighten the arduous way And yo tu t tart yourway That leads to sueees. Att the dwn of te day Through struggle and stress, With the flag of your purpose unfurled. And crown you with laurel and bay F~auth, Hope and Ambition attend you, At the top of the Hill of Endeavor, And the line of your march is betrewn 0 Old One, look downward and cal With the roses that bring To the brave and the true You the fragrance of Spring, Who are following you, While the fulness of earth seemsyourown God ...

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 August 1901

Wr'Fe Barier-Democrat. PUBLISHED EVEB.Y SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVLDENCE. LA. JAMESl-N. TURNEtR. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCKl'TION: 9200 PECR YEAR. Satuay, August 17, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Reguiar meetings second Wednesday's r .Jlausry. April July, sad October, at Delta. La. How to Pay for the New Court houe Without Increasing the Present Rate of Taxation. As will be seen from the notice ot election in another eolutmn, a special election has been ordered for Sep tember 10, 1901, to vote on the pro position to issue bonds and levy a special tax for the new courthouse. The proposition is to issue five per cent bonds for $10,500, matur ing in seven years, five bonds to be redeemed each year after 1902 until 1909 and three bonds to be re deemed in 1909, with the option to redeem more of said bonds in any year after 1902. and to levy a special tax of 24 mills to pay the principal and interest of said bonds. Assumini that no more bonds will be paid each year than the num ber r...

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 August 1901

.-The Jug House asKS TO BE EfADQUARaTE3S FOR The Salvation Arnry? Who will be Captain P Why, H->LEHiMANN, of course-in Ramley's 1Bock-wrong side of Street. Sole Agt, for Lenmp's Keg & Bolle Beer. • I I • I I r · !P lll r I []Il I ,THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, -- - _J .. . . . Saturday, August 17, 1901, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTORIEY-AT-LAW AND, Real E state Agent, LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. Will practice in the Courts of East Carroll, West Carroll and Madison Parishes, and the State Supreme Court. JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary Public, Court Stenographer and Fire Inlsurauce Agent, is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-I.aaw -AND telal :llstate AEgt., Lake Providejice. La. HAVING JUST FINISHEI) A COMPLET ABSTRACT OF ALl, TIlE LANDS IN EAS. .ARIRO1.L. I AM PREP'ARETr TO FURNISH tBSTACTS OF TITLIS (oN SHoRT NOTICE, E. WAYiLES BROWNE, ( 01 tT STENOGRAPHIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. 1). l1EfJ,, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE Our office is located in the ulfice for. ma!ly occupied by Hon. C. 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 August 1901

Even the men who die may feel that they have much to live for. Tile Pan.American Ezxpoettem Will be tbo greatest this country bes ever seen. Tho entire machine will be ran by power furnished from Na Falls. A though the power required is enormous we behoieve this cataract Is eul to the task, the same as Iostetter's Stomach tters is equal to the task of supplying the body with motive power when it in run down. There is no medicine in the world so good for dyspepsis, indigestion, constipation, flatuleacy and ner vonsnees. Try it. Before marriage a man yearns for wom an and afterward he earns for her. A C'atsnarlam. Dr. Graham, of Kentucky who lived to be one hundred years old, attributed his long life and freedom from illness to the nse of Crab Orchard Water. It was his only medicine. Hemlock, the extract which killed So crates, is a native of Italy and Greece. See advt. of SrraIITLS.'s BosunmEs CozIrase Of all German cities Nuremburg has in creased most within the last five years abo...

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. — 24 August 1901

SHE BA ER=DA DTMO VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE% EAST CARROLL. PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1901' N 1 THE VOICE. "w TsoNaS wAstaW Over the e1b and the se Oh the vast surge of the UMe To where on the hill I was sleeping, Ad wrmth and earth's gladness! There whispered a Voice unto me, The singing "Arise!" and I caught the sun creep. Of birds through theblossom-drifts white, in And the far bells' silvery ringing! In under the door of the room; All my stained robe, as I stood And my eyes, still salt from old weep. In the sunlight, grew pure; the lark ing, winging, Looked up and saw 'twas a tomb. Shook musico'er pasture and wood. Then I remembered it all:- Out on the glittering lands The hush of loved voices; the token A great white army went slowly Of roses- the tears you let fall; With branches of palm in their hands, The robs half smothered and broken. 'Mid the silence seraphic and holy, Ah. long it had seemed since my breast,- Went over smooth hills by the sea, With the farewells on...

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. — 24 August 1901

'FPe Btariqrer-DeaoT a3t. pUBLIHI.ED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNEUR. Pablisher sed. Pru-W tor. SUBSCRIPTION : $00 FEB YEAR. -c. --- - C;------- Satardey, Ai n t 24,"1901. Fifth District Levee Board. lteutylfr mneetlngs second afedneidsaY :r. ..tJalltary. .Aril July. and Otobr, at IDelta. La. The da,! a e by the great storm of last w'ek that vieited .New Or le:ais. Motle and the coast towns, it is auld will amnoult to a million and a half dollars. A great many lives were liCt. Town Council Proceedings. LLlke l'rovteidce. La., Aug. 1, 1ln11. The tlou. Town Council met this eve at 8 o'clock in regular monthly session. P'restnt--G. M. Franklin. Mayor; Coutlllclllil C. F. Davis, N. Fousse, C R, Egeily and W. S. !Mtagure. Absent- -Councilman J W. Pittman. A utuorum being present, the Board procceteded to the transaction of busi hell Upolnc motion ofMr. Maguire, the fol lowing was adopted r Whereas The bid of the Banner )euo,.erat to do the public printing for 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. — 24 August 1901

T~he Jug House ASKS TO LE LEADBQUARTERS FOR WVho will be Captain ) WVhy, Hl -y >LEHMANN, of coarse-in ]amlPe's Block--wrong side of Street. Sole Agt, for Lemp's Keg & Bottle Beer. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, August 24, 1901. Jos. E..Ransdell, ATTOREY-AT- LAW AND) Real i4:state Agent LAKE PROVIDENRE. LA. Will practlio in the Courts of Eas Carroll, West, Carroll an1l M'adli-m lParils, and tile State Supreme Court JOHN A. MON'IT;()MIIEY, Notar Vubli, C'4ourt Stenographer anSid Fir Illnuranc Agnt, is in my oflicc. Clifton F. Davis, 8tty-at-L . d W -ANI) 3teal XEl tato ALt., Lake Providence, La. IAVIAvt( .ES'' FIN1S1 IIEI A COxtI'I.ET &l.TIRACI OF ALL -. IE LANDS IN EAS JARIiOiLL. L AM PREPARIEDI) TP FCiNISI CBSTACTH (OF TITLES (oN SHoR'P NOTICE E. WAYLES BROWNE, C'()OURT STENOGIIAI'I1ER AND NOTARY PUBLIC W. 1). lIELI,, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, OurDi othiee iS located in the otlice for manlhly .occtupied by lion. C. S. Wyly. 1)i. Pierce's residence. The Eg...

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. — 24 August 1901

Once more the dlseovetrY Ct a Wa to photograph natural eol ts r1epet ed, this time from Berne il 8$eatO ' land. Such news is alwaYse a M it ought to be true. The vital srtti'ttes oed Mt*o t1ess 5IdtS ta l a CiXC IrRs in the &Itthe et t'' th- or e ive parr arttAW ' the ;til wh:l the births frva fdao Intr 1" --n pa cI5 :t greatly enXcPd the ttnO Meetww` tsesee wee ?a rA -u t noer nllnt ti the illitane etlestaor e ap'roriatI , WM* hUr the cI.-gon of a rMNutWi*et to the vietlnS T: thte lbttle of Stillman'as Run, agpainst the Rlack Hawk ladians, in Iw33. The place is situated in Ogle rouuty. The Aight, it gauged by nam hers killed. or even engaged, was in tegnificant, but it measured by the ef feet it had far-reaching influence upon the then future of Illinois. The battle of Stillman's Run was the opening event in the Black Hawk war and was sealed with the lives of 11 whlte men. The whole State of Illi nois was ablase within a few days, sad thousands volunteered for active ser vi...

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. — 31 August 1901

THE BANNER=DEMOCR_ A VOL. IV. NOKE PROVIDENCE 18 THE LO wa fair green arden sloping the southeast side of the mountai ledge; 'And the earliest tint of the dawn can Down throgh its paths, from the day 'dim edge. The bluest skies and the reddest roses Arched and varied its velvet sod; And the glad birds sang, as the soul as poses The angels sing on the hills of God. I wandered there when my veins seem bursting With life's rare rapture, and keen deligl And yet in my heart was a constant thin inmg For something over the mountain-height I wanted to stand in the blaze of glory That turned to crimson the peaks of sno And the winds from the west all breath a story Of realm, and regions I longed to know I saw on the garden's south side growing 'The brightest blossoms that breathe June I saw in the east how the sun was glo ing, And the gold air shook with a wild biro tune; I heard the drip of a silver fountain, - And the pulse of a young laugh throbb with glee; But still I looked out over th...

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. — 31 August 1901

kFl)e Baqrer-Demrocrat. TMVLIBSHD ZEVRY SATURDIt AYT Ten LAKE PROVIDEMC,. LA* hj'ilt pla JAMtS Pi TWtBNWlE. it is Publisher and Proprietor. the con . .. -trot SUBSCRIPTION : "8 00 PER YEAR. pit oft Saturday, August 31,1 . nd con sue Fifth District Levee Board. thn Regular meetings second Wednesday's whi u January. April .July. and October, stpl Delta. La. thei --- -r nan The prisoners confined in the pl Mayersville (Miss.) jail, made their fror escape last Friday morning. Three pri murderers were among the number. A distructive fire, right in the T heart of the business part of the prey City of Monroe, occurred on Wed to a nesday morning. k is reported the that an entire square of business wbc buildings were burned. ly A large amount of levee work, chu amounting to 636.000 cubic yards tem of dirt, will be put up this fall by Uni the Fifth District Levee Board in cCn the parishes'of East Carroll, Madi son, Tensas and Concordia. Bides e will be received up to September say 10th, at th...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 August 1901

W. LEHMANN'S * Jug House. WI iskj, Beer, Cigars and. Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK Oit IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AGENT FOR LeMPS' BEER ijj Whisky received direct from the Distilleries. Lt.d "4 NO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAI. ' - - ---- M r. Saturday, August 31,19,1. --. hon Jos. E. Ransdell, N ATTOREY-AT-LAW He AND cntt WAI Real Estate Agent, hot LAKE FROVIDENGE. LA. Str Will practice in the Courts of East ' Carroll, West Carroll and Madison twr Parishes, and the State Supreme Court. kil JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary 1 Put )ii. Court Stenographtr and Fire the lnsu rnct Age nt, is in my oflice. ant cro Clifton F. Davis, f -AN1) Lsral Eastat& Ast.. y Lake Providtnice. La. ii HAVIO JIURT FINISHED A COMPI.T ET AsTRACrT oF ALL *IIE LAKI)S IN EAsl |Bs'rACTS OF TITLES (ON SHORT NOTICE, in -----by E. WAYLES BROWNE, by ('OU R'r TRINOoR4PIIIIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W W. 1). REL,, W. . PIEr'cE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Our ofoicel is located in the office for. . ly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 August 1901

The Chief of the Geological Bureau tat Washington predicts that new sources of oil are likely to be discov ered in abundance from time to time. This is on the principle tiat nature seldom does anything on a retail plan. Hence the fever now raging in Texas is likely to break out at any tiime ia some new. quarter. -K anisaj -tatlst:cians' figure that vrery baby is worth $1000 to the St:te. 'rhis estimate ?cems absurdly inade quate to the '+b.v's unrents. A CMeerful Iasdlord. "K stopped at a very small town mI Kansas a few weeks ago," sid L. M. Martines, of Chicago, at the Raleigh. "I had been in the place once before and knew where the hotel wae. It was late at night when I got off the train and went to the hotel. After repeated knocking and shaking the door the landlord came down and let me In. Ize next morning breakfast was not ready when I got up, but the landlord was in a good humor about It, saying, lvery. body is sick about the house. You are the only guest, so I didn't get brea...

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