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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 September 1901

VOL BANNER=DfEMOCRAT" 1 VOL XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1901. NO. 1. LEFT ALONE. By CLIFGox BIxcGAr. hle'nre only a mother's treasures, A curl of golden hair, A dolly limp and broken, And a frock you used to wear; And her tears are falling on them, For once you were her own, But you were wed this morning, And she is left alone l 'Twas hard to say good-bye, deet, 'Twas hard to let you go, But ahl the years bring joys and tears That only mothers know. She looks at all her treasures, And her tears fall like sweet rain; She feels your tiny fingers Upos her cheek again; She smans to hear your footstep Along the nursery floor As shq gazes almost blinded, At the baby's shoes you wore. 'Twas hard to part with you, dear, She always loved you so; The love that's best beyond the rest, That only mothers know. It seepms to her a dream, dear, You've gone away a bride, And that she will wake to-morow To find you by her side. Alt, no, the tears are true 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. — 7 September 1901

The Cb * . eHirra ger rrDex°craTt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT n LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. "'tl JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and propr etor. SUBSCRIPTION: as00 PER YEAR. ti Saturday, Sptember 7, 1901. 2 0I Fifth District Levee Board. 1. Regular meetings second WednesdaY's ts a .January, April July, and October, at Delta. La. ir SPECIAL NOTICE. p( We are requested by the members p of the Police Jury, to say that U the election on Tuesday next, the 10th inst. on the proposition of vot ing on the tax to pay for the erect- w ion of the new courthouse, is a very ti important matter, and those who signed the petition requesting the Police Jury to call the election, are earnestly requested to see that it is carried. Every person who is a tax-payer F can vote. ti The Trade Editions of the New P Orleans dailies, the Times-Demo crat, Picayune, City Item and Daily c States, were the largest and Most S complete of the kind ever issued by 1 these papers. They were replete with statistics, and shows the...

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. — 7 September 1901

X X. LEHXIMANN'S S..Jul House. "W'isk, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. '..' ' ,,, GSOLE AET FOR LEMPS' BEER Whisky received direct From the Distilleries. NO MIDDI)E PROFIT MADE. THE BANKER-CEMOCRAT. Saturday, S&ptember 7, 1901, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOiRET-AT-LAW ANI) Rleal Estate Agent, LAKE , ROVIDENCE. LA. Will pr:aetier in the Courts of East Catrroll, We1' Carroll and Maldi-on Parishes, and tbo State Supreme Court. .JOIN A. MIONTGOMERY. Notary I'Phli,. ('urt Stenographer :ntd Fire In nuranr' Agent. is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, ` Atty-a t-.Lawr - AND Lae:, Provhil ree. La. ItAVINAc JUST FINI5HEDI A ('olMPPET 4t.BSTtA( Tr 41' ALL "II; LANIDS IN EAST 'AR ;tI.L. 1 AM I'REI'ARED 'r) FURNISHI 4B.'TA('TS ('r TITLE; ON SitolT C NoTCE. E. 1WAY .FlE IROWWNE, _O Ii'[RT STENOGRtAPIIA t AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. 1). lL,.. W. B. PIEW'E. DOCTIOS BELL AND PIERCE, Our ,,lii' is Io.:tied in the ,Ilice for. m:,'l\ ol:,.uepied by Hln. C. ...

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. — 7 September 1901

ARITEUR SCIUPTUOLS THEY NEED COOL HEADS AND FIRI1 CLASS PLASTER, Ornaments For the Home--HIntrs as How They Can be Made If the B glnner Has Little Ingenuity am Patiense. Few people realize the pleasure an, instruction that can be gained from making plaster casts, says Good Houe' keeping. It is inexpensive, and the utensils required are found in every household. A cast of the baby's chubby hands or foot, or in fact a cast of any kind, is not only a delight, but an or nament. The great secret in making successful plaster casts lies in not get ting excited. Care should be used when getting the plaster that it be plaster of paris, and that it be bought from some shop where it is sure to be fresh, as that which is obtained from a drug store is apt to be stale and will not "set" prop erly. A few quarts of plaster should be suf ficient for a first attempt; a bucket of water, a tin basin, a tin spoon, some oil or soapsuds, and if possible some com mon modeling clay and a bottle of ink are 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. — 14 September 1901

RAT. THE BANNER=DMOCRAT. VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1901. _ NO. 20. WHY DO YOJ b man with eager eye Why do you hurry so? wmroar ba to gan the prie Yo_ mis mieh fulry go: Po" bear no oug bird tew Nor st r in yowry pl es; la never stay to bring Glad miles to weary face Why do you hurry so? Oh stay a little, stay! Why do you hurry so? There are blossoms along the way That never again shall blow; The grave is at the end Of the way that you are tacing 8tay a little, friend, And soothe some heart that's aching Why do youe hurry so? --Chicago Record-Herald. Mrs. Laton's Tea. " T NSCONCED In the depths of her big arm-chair, a smile lighting up her fine old face that her white hair framed with a crown of snow, Mrs. Harmon was considering her nephew Andrew, a good-looking young fellow of twen ty-eight, who, for his part, was consid ering the timepiece on the mantel, whose hands were already well past three o'clock. "Well, Andrew, do you find m...

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. — 14 September 1901

W'tte Barqer-Denrocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATITR1 AY AT LAKE PROVIDICNCE. Li. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, Septeier 14, 1901. Fifth Distriet Levee Board. Reguilar meetings aecoud Wedoesday's .n ltauary, April JUry. and October, at Delta. La. Since beginning the paying of pensions by the United States, up to June S3, 1901, the amount has reached $2,703,350,033, aid the number of pesi(oners continue to increase. Pubicn meetings have been held in every city in the South, in which the most loyal sympathy bas been expressed for oar President and his devoted. wife. Polities has been forgotten, and only love for the Na tion's Chief is thought of. The attempt to assassinate Presi dent McKinley last Friday evening at Buffalo by a cowardly anarchist, was a dastardly deed, and one that has been condemned by the entire South. It is glorious news which is received that his life will be spared. lion. J. V. Calhoun, State Super intendent of Public...

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. — 14 September 1901

~"; \XV. LE M1 A l I\N N' S ,Ju(g Iouse. 1Wfisky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ýº ! WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BEER i Whisky received direct from the Distilleries. SNO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE. THE 8ANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, September 14, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOIEY-AT-LAW AN)D RIeal Estate xkgent, LAKE fROVIDENOE, LA. Will prlctice in the Courts of East Carroll, We(.t Carroll and Madison Parishbes and the State Supreme Court. JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary Public. Court Stenographer and Fire Insurance Agent, is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-ýT-aw --ANI) I~teal Elistate A..t., Lake Pro' idence, La. I~AVING; JUST FINISHED A COMPLET 4B.TIACT OF ALL IlT:E LANDS IN EAST 'AL:LOI.I. I AM I'IEI'AtLED, TO FURNISH 4 -rI'Ae(r'? OF 'T11 '.:S riN s$oRT NorICr, E. WAY LES BROWNE, FTENOG;RAPTHER AND N(OTARY PUBLIc. W. D. IEaLi, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our oftice is located in the office for. Da'ly eccupied b)y Hon. C. S. W...

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. — 14 September 1901

MILITIA HELD IN READ[NJSS. Atlanta, Gea -Adjutant General Robertson ordered Major Barker to L put himself in command of three companies which would b3 detailed from the fifth infantry and the first cavalry and report with them at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning to the sher if of Cherokee county, at the Fulton ` county jail in Atlanta. The militia will accompany Raymond Ross, a ne gro to Cauton, Ga., where he will be in I tried for an alleged assault on Keep white woman. Yo c T~---""Oh ! Some t) .E-r Names. The North Carolina Supreme court The d has settled the Snow will case in ac- These cordance with the cold facts. The ts- They tator was Ice Snow of Surrey, and two How ,f the parties in interest were Hall Snow and Rain Snod. North Carolin A 0 seems to abound in odd names, for a newspaper chronicler of the court's de cision mentions as instances of this HisI peculiarity Dr. Wisconsin Illlno If Royster and Early Dawn of Raleigh, Sharp Blunt of Newborns, Sink Quick And of Richmond county a...

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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. — 21 September 1901

THE BANNER=DEMOCR AT. VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH. LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, .1901. NO. 2 DISAPPOINTMENT. Irs. W.OL"1. I1 /ood fortut in - Want~ to mI noor; lowa kow tiu woes. Who came so poorty drest? With fear I let her n, Who would not be denied; No greeting did dlh win No welcome to my side4 This uninvited guest, Who stole away, my rest. 'Ir ýG týCkCJCGDC- ' AN EMANUEL JALISCO, el capitan, was the natural son of a Spanish grandee. Say what you will of the modern Mexi can, he loves class and would rather die in the service of a noble master than live in bondage to a rich peon. Jallsco's troop of rurales boasted its bacheloiºbood. There was not a mar ried man in it. Its men were the best fighters, its horses the swiftest, its rifles the inost deadly in all that in comparable cavalry which is the scourge of the rebel and the pride of the loyal men of Mexico. In Jalisco's troop marriage meant expulsion or exchange. To have ties that fettered the heart to life w...

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 September 1901

'F1ie Barqqer-Democruat. PUBLISHED) EVERY SATURDAY AT Cat LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. at i Dis - ___ _--- to JAMES N. TURNER. rec opt Pblisher and Proprietor. ant ant -.........-- D ( SUBSCRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. mu eel Saturday, September 21, 1901. ---- ---- as Fifth District Levee Board. lat Regular meetings second Wednesda's for SJlanuary, April July, and October, at he Delta. La. .______ --- - =-~---~---Ro THE CEREMONY AT WASH- Bo INGTON. Hel The official obseq'ues of President '1 MicKinley at Wshin tonn on Tuesday e was iruandd n ipiiiing. :and as the train left the Capitol for Cato. Ohio, Mr where the intermlent took place on to Thursday, thousands upon thousands of strontg hearts gave way to the sad Wi cortage. The dispatch from Washing- po] ton. says: Woashington, Sept. 17.-All that is ter mortal of Wm. McKinley is speeding towards its last earthly resting place at Ju his beloved hm,nle in Canton. I'he bo nation has ofhicially and wi:h state ceretmony Ipaid its tribute of respect ...

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 September 1901

Fc. ; .i. W. LEHMANN'S · -Jug House. WIisky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, TEE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ' it 'WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BEER in Whisky received direct from the Distilleries. ýNO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE. b I"wEn Au .OmA . lnI Ie THE BANNER-UFunMC dr Armo. ,e ." I IL. Uanln IUiMMUUHlA I. Saturd ny, SEpfember 21, 1901, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOREY-AT.LAW AND Heal lEstate Agent, LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. Will practice in the Court. of East Carril, West Carr ill apd Madisou Ps'ri.hls, and the State Supreme Court. .JOIIN A. MONTG(;OMERIY, Notary Public, ( C',r Sieogra:pher and Fire Il- ilranc Agen/'. jt, is i nl my office. C it Clifton F. Davis, Attyr-at-lIaw -ANI) rttal estate .gt., f Liake Providence. La. ci IIAVING; JU. T FINISHED A COMPLET 4,TIT(ACT tOF ALL "lIE LANDS IN EAS'I A.AIfI.Ii.L, I AM PI'IEPARED TO tFURNISHJ 4BS~TACTS oF TITLES ,N SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BIROWNE, 'OURT STENO;G;RAI'AER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. m IP ,' . h. BELJ,, W. H. PIERCE. OCTOfS ...

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. — 21 September 1901

The Board of Supervisors have the option of four sites for the new coart house to be built in this district of Hinds county-three in east Jackson and one in the western part of the city. It is now thought probable that the supervisors will go ahead and bay a site so as to begin at once on the building instead of waiting and try ing to get the legislature to donate one. The equitable claim of the city to a site from the legislature for a court house cannot be denied, but much delay would be caused by wait ing until January. rousear tesggAd. For the first time in twenty years a thief was publicly flogged at the whip ping post in New Jersey the other day. The culprit was a white man named James Fisher, and he was accused of stealing a diamond pin. Nearly all of the city officials of Dover were pres ent. when the punishment was dealt out. Many ladies of the town occu pied box seats as the lash whissed through the air and fell upon the white skin with a dull sound as though striking putt...

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. — 28 September 1901

VOL. XIV. LAgFE PROVIDENCE. EAST CA:1ROIL PA:RISW, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 19fn. * O.2 TO A COLDFISH, awee world sj urs , indeed 0 fish burniea-mew u las imprisned aw smal the se of your truasparent Met would you have it larger at your wish? Or don't you care? Ues! I can raise a tempest with my pen! Thus, whe you're rocked amid your b u two ma ngers of my lady's ten, h th~~ht ome er me to ask again, S ish, do you cae? 1 don't ppose you do, these with your A r to o u is m ladyrare Nour tputm men ,d of the claas: wyrI could live i joy with aand the 'And in a smaller worhl the seasom pass, Nor woula I care. -Freeman Tilden, in Boston Transcript. he Lost Miniature 1y AL. MD Z~. S T is rather a peculiar case," he began. I smiled wisely. Everyone thinks his case pecullar. In reality it generally proves unusual ooly to the one concerned In It, My book was turned tape down, on the window sll. I was ready to its Iten, but Alyn did not go on at once. He sat quietly gazing out of the wi...

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. — 28 September 1901

Ibe. Ba1qxer-Dernocrat. VIBLISHED BVER BSATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. PFbitatea and Proprietor. BUBSCRIPTION : 8O00 PER YEA. SaturYa, Septe r 28, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second Wednesday's 'n January. April July. and October, at L)lts. La. PROSPECTOR6. Mr. A. M. Webster, of Washing ton, Ill., and Mr. Jerome Howe, of W inona, Ill, larce timber dealers, accompanied by Mr. Howard Cole, president of the Arkansas and New Orleans Railroad and president of the Howard Cole Heally Co., of Vicksburg, arrived in Lake Provi dence on W\ednesday evening. Thursday, accompained by soj.s gentlemen of town, the party went out to the interior of the parilsh to look at land that is as fine as a crow ever flew over. The Italians of Nep York City have started a movement to erect a monument to President McKinley to cost $100,000. It is proposed jo place it in one of the parks of that city. The Teonss Levee Board at its meeting held in Monroe last week, vote...

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 September 1901

, V. LEHMlANN'S SJu House. Whisky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK 01' IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE GENT FOR LEMPS' BEER i Whisky received direct.f;rom the Distilleries ,,, NO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, September 28, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOREY-AT-LAW AND efal E:state Agent, LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. Will practice in the Courts of East Carroll, West' Carroll andI Madison Parishes, and the Stale Supreme Court. JHItN A. MONT(OME1RY. Notary Pu)lic, Co nrt Steou,.gr:ipher and Fire lusurancee Agnut. is iIn my office. Clifton F. Davis, .Atty-at-L .oaw -AMN) I.eal Estato . AgLt., Lake Providence. La. HAVING JUST FINISHIIED A COMPLET 4aISTIIACT OF ALL HE LANI-S IN EAST :AHK()IL, I AM I'IREP'AKE Tt( FURNISH 4B,TA('TSS (F TITLES uN SiloIRT NoTICE, E,. WAYILES BROWNE. ('OU R'1' CTENOGRIAP1)ER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. I). RTLL, W. B. P'TF.)('E. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Our otliee i+ located in tihe o0tice for. m:+!ly ,cc.upied by Hon. C. S. W3...

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. — 28 September 1901

A Vassar girl bas jumpd l d seven and a half inches-4ad it waina at a man either. Senator Hoar, in his estimatMdt great orators that he has heard. Is Scribner's, places Edwsrd DVere5 at the head of all Amerloan oratorl. The United States *ernnd gives its sailors only 30 cents a dal each to live on, but the AmeriU l navy is better fed than any othl navy in the world. From Bombay comes the Int ellil e that records datlng back to the rs t century of tt e Christian era have been dliscoveid by Dr. Stein in the course of his exp)ortlons In Chnese Turkestan. The famous traveler ýad - antiquarian came upon a stor d some 300 documents, together with a quantity of clay seals and many Ia scribed wooden tablets bearing dates A. D 36 to A. D. 72. Even the men who die may f that they have much to live for. Algeria has four zones in which petroleum occurs. One of them is miles o or to --he pros World to End this Ye. her; pro' This is the recent decision of oneof the the e promincent societies of ...

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. — 5 October 1901

THE BANNER= D EMORAT. VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENC-E EAST CARROLL PARI811 LAS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1901. NO. 23 THE SONG OF THE LOCOMOTIVE. t. ýhom  n , i ,, ,.AI r r A---, - _ I .__., . - . .. .. ,. , - .. r... .. ... .. . . - -- lt a{ F rn h-A nA fl 'Whitle and blow; Cinder and smoke fron my funnel I throw, )Ding, dong, lwing along, Leaping and rocking and roaring a song. shriek, hoarse, Mad with my force; Drunken with speed as I rush on my course. i'eai, blind, Switcr than wind; Ebhakma the earth as I fling it behind. stand! Stare! Filly and mare ?Nostrils dilated and snuffing the air. Plunge, bolt! Clipper and colt; Hcre is a steed that shall mock your re volt. %Wide, high! Cleaving the sky I I)rummnýg the bridge into thunder, I fly. (lang! (Crash! Onward I dash; H{ow the wrought girders ring, hammer and clash. Strong, slow, Upward I go, c Ramping the rocks to the death-rmittcn I snow. Strain fight. 1 Grip tse rails tight; } Now the rim giant shall show you his might. " -Isertlaid ...

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. — 5 October 1901

lte Barýller-Dernocrat. A BIuS l---- -.... y e utte PIyBLISRIIf EVERY SATURDAY AT brnds", J LAKE PROVIDENCE LA. l)olliver, oft .. ....-- - -- --- - ago, were e JAMES N. TURNER. their hatred publisher and Proprietor. them no g S- - an excell SUBSCRIPTION: $s20 PER YEAR. Althongh - dent McKin Saturday, October 5, 190L friendly to than one o, advocated Fifth District Levee Board. surprising Regular meetings second Wednesday' isht'ld the oh In January. April July. and October, at most unch, Delta. La. flings at tt .---~= _=-- -= ~ 'ieThe States COTTON. nuju titfi,ah Len iJ tray The market for the past week 'in li sems to have been a waiting one, ualke a flir with small changes and very light lie negler variations in futureq, the market client in a holding fairly steadly owing to light self and at receilpts at the ports. We look for of the Soil liger prices in the near future if Iowa, is a, receiptse at ports c(.otiiue stldi. can who w, The coptton receipts at interior age of an xpoints...

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. — 5 October 1901

Wl. LEHMA.NN' STug House, :": W Iisky, Beer, Cigars Ind Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK Oe IMPORTD A3 DODuTI4 WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AG T FOR LEMPS' BER Shisky received direct from the Distilleries. -..NO MIDI)IE PROFIT MADE. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, October 5, 1901, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOREY-T-AT-LAW AND Heal Estate Agent, LAKE FROVIDEMAE, LA. Will practice in the Courts of East Carri,ll, West Carroll and MAadison 'ari.Iis, and thle State Supreme Court. .JOIIN A. MONTGO''(;MERY. Notary Pub!ic. Ct',urt Stenograpiher and Fire In-uranc Agent.. is in my office. d Clifton F. Davis, Atty-at-La.7 . -ANI) 110tell 2e t a.te Aggt., L:ke Providence, La. IIAVIaNG .t'% T FINISHED A COMPLET 4TB'l`HAmtr OF ALL "IIE LANDS IN EAST 0 ARtIi(ilTl,. I AM P'REPAII$D TO FIPRNISH 4BSTACT iS OF TITLES uN SHtoRT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, ('OURT TENOGRAPHIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Loanl and Parish News. in l'he Earl Carroll Fair, October 22nd, bt 23,d Riad 24th. 'Ihe fair grounds, stables &c., are being p...

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. — 5 October 1901

RAIDED THE Pt)OL ROOM. Newport Sports Seem to be "Up . Against It." Cinoinnati.-Sheriff Miller Tues day again raided the pool room at Newport, Ky. The sheriff seized all the tickets, record sheets and all the general paraphernalia of the pool alge room. With an ax the blackboards whicl were torn down and together with a Eiffel lot of plunder loaded into a patrol panyl wagon. The paraphernalia will be Tribe held for evidence. The proprietors of r the pool room declare that Tuesday will find them at the same place again, equipped and. ready for busi ness. A BRUSH W11' LUKBAN. Three of the Rebel General's Guard Killed. Manila.-Captain Harold L. Jack son, of the First infantry, recently surprised General Lukban at Pambu Jan, in the mountains of the Island of Samar. Three of the general's guard were killed and Lukban was wounded but escaped. His family were cap tured. A captain and a lieutenant were also made prisoner. Dr. Ohlinger, a returning contract surgeon, was drowned by the swamp...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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