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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 12 October 1901

THE BANNER DEMOCRAT.2 VOL. XIV. LAKE PDVIDENCE, EAST CARRtOLL PARIS , LA, tATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1901., NO. 4 THI REEORD-BREAKRli [RAB6 OF 7tE IbLIBOII. Dy Stanhope same, Spedal Corre spondent of Collier's Weekly. HE seemed almost conscious of the part she played-the great battleship Illinois-as she settled down to her race thfough the ocean path that had been marked out for her to prove that she was the swiftest, and withal the most terrible, sea-fighter of her class afloat. She gave the Impression that the beauty and splendor she will some day wear had been renounced, and that here she was to exhibit only her winged power of flight and her deadly strength. So stripped was she that every muscle seemed laid bare, and she was still begrimed with the sweat of labor that had fitted her to run and win the race against a hundred rivals in the navies of the world. The Illinois, a dull, dingy, gray hulk. I lay beyond the brooding islands and I 1 I' /S - t 1 H B S L --  ---   - .- -r...

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. — 12 October 1901

'Flie Baqqrer-Dernocrat. , - ------ -- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YFlAR. Saturday, October 12, 1901, Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second Wednesday's In January, April July, and October, at Delta. La. Town Council Proceedings. Lake Proviaence. La.. Oct. 8. 1901. The H,,n Mas or and Board of Coun eilmen met this eveining at 8 o'clock p. m.. in regular session Present - M Franklin lMavr: Ctocnnilmu n ; 1. Egl'.11. J. W. Pitt nlan N. Foulnss. 1W. S. tigIIre; 1) F Peck, umarshal; W. HE Fi-tier. sc,'reoanr. Absent-C.(uniilmtin C. I. Davis 'The Finance Colnllit'te ita the feollowin g report, which was rece ivetl and adopted : Lake Providence. La., Oct. 3. 1901. To the Hon. Mayor and C mucilluen of the 'l'oun of Providence:-We; your Finance Committee, beg ltave to report that we have excminied the report of the city marshal and treasurer, which we lind correct, supported by proper voucher...

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. — 12 October 1901

.XV. LEA-{MANN'S ;+,!' ý ;ý L"Jut IHouse. WI isky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, STHE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BEER Whiaky received direct from the Distilleries. NO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAI, Saturday, October 12, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell, ,ATTOREY-AT-LAW AND Meal Estate Agent, tAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. Will practice in the Courts of East Ca, roll, West Carroll and Madison .'arishee, and the State Supreme Court. JOHN A. MONTGOMERY, Notary Public,. Court Stenographer and Fire Ilurance Agent, is in my oflice. Clifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-I.saw -AND- tLeal ETrsitato .A,t.. Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISHEID A COMPLET 4ti-TIAT OF" Al. THYl LAND8 IN EAST '.AttOl.l,. I A M PIt1,;'AREI) TO FURNISH 4I'lTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, CO()URT STENOGRAPHERII AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Local and Parish News. There should be no complaint of steamtboats ow. The second month of fall is almost halt gone already. Unadultera...

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. — 12 October 1901

FIVE YEARS FOR MEHAFFY. Ex-Detectlve Convicted of Perury In Chub Wall Murder Case. Ex-Detective William S. Mehaffy was tried at Clayton. Rabun county, Ga., Friday for perjury and sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Last May he appeared as a witness In the trial of Chub Wall, who was charged with the murder of Chris O'Byrne. Mehaffy and others swore that they had heard a prisoner in the Tower at Atlanta say he had killed O'Byrne and that Wall was innocent. It developed that Mehaffey's story was false. A g Amerlesa dra e aed six te;n sape i Vime , Austria, to sell Lah smad to a"s wed That you s who eemetled to have a orlo a blood 1 eat to sae bhis e. e, set a remarkable example of heroises. e~lldest abows what power the is in good blood. These is only -e matal way to get good blood, ad that I from the stow ob. If the stowmch ede assmmee, try Hosttter'a 8tomach Bitters. This weder tat mediine aaras dyspeafd. iadigstioi, essetipaion ad makes ri red blood. bailroad building, w...

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. — 19 October 1901

H ' R--D MO VOL XV. H E BA NNPOENCEASTCA PARD, A. RDAY OCTOBER 19 VOL. XIV. LAKi PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISh, LA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1901..NO. 25 A scientist paid $25,000 for a collect lion of eggs, and they were not very fresh at that. The next thing on the program will be an expedition to hunt for the ex pedition that is hunting Peary. North Pole hunting is always an endless chain sort of sport. .. The late William Shakespeare was n careful man in money matters. It he knew the prices that copies of his First-Folio edition are fetching now, he would wish that he were living at this hour. The unscientific will not be reas sured to learn from scientists that only the melanolestes picltus is the true "kissing bug," and that the ano pheles maculipennis is the only mos quito that carries malaria. Unfor tuatrly, these pests usually leave their cards at home while out calling. Steam turbine engines and Texas oil as fuel are new prospective agencies upon which promoters of fast tr...

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. — 19 October 1901

I ~e Banner-l)enmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT i LAKE PROV Il)ENCE. LA. I ---_ .. .-- - -' . . JAMER N. TIJINER. t Publilher and Proprietor. ScItIc('HIPTItON: $2000 P'ER YEAR. Saturday, October 19, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Reiitular ccltl igs iecolil ic,~'led esdclly .J .lanuiry. Apiiil July. and October, at g Delta. La. More Wind from Mr. Cole. "'hl VickL.l:c i g liePIrnal ,of uniay I, last gives us the fol'owig iti o< fl air railro ad news : tl N1 r Il,,:'tri ('ic, secr:l'nt rv of tle NeW O let,', Nit l"iz w& Arka in- s Railway' Conm ctci. - hih * uWrgi - 1"i iz t, i, Chcahie 4 , nine In ''-lh : ("o, with ove'r 'a ui til cn I a i' a haif Siu rI t lid It eap tial, is greatl e uwo'urii' l ,', At the p'oslie.ts. 1l kin. ,f the ler- p l, to 11 ý,.«rd Nt), Mr. Cole it itarke l * •\\'e. have had iacvt;rail vctrv flattc'r- 't ingl p/rpositions fonut varlu:s sa Vn(di-i clites land copo':ratio l ~tiuce wi' organt1- t ized. fine lein,c made' only a week ago Ii by...

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. — 19 October 1901

SW. LEHMANN'S RJug House. W Iiskg, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK OP IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AiENT FOR LEMPS' BEER o!h! i/ ( Whisky received direct from the Distilleries. NIO MIDDIE PROFIT MADE. THE BANNER-DEMOUCRAI. Saturday, October 19, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell, A TTOREY-AT-LA.W AND I-cal E 4stante Agent, LAKE ROVIDENGE, LA. Wil'l praitice in the Courts of East ('arrolI, W Ve-t CarroUi aisd Madlison Parishes, and the State Supreme Court. •JOH(N A. MON'I(;OMERY, Notary PuItilic, ('ourt Stenographer and Fire Iin.urnnee Agivnt, is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, Atty-at-ILanw -ANI) IRteal I state gAst., Lake Providence, La. HIAVIN(; .11-ST FINISHED A C'OMPLET i4111TRA('1T () ALL. "TIE LANDS IN EAST Alml'J.. I AM IREIPARED TO FURNISH .BCTA'TiS (OF TITLES oN SHORT NOTICE, I E. WAYILES BROWNE, (OUR'RT' STENO(GRIAPI1EIE AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Local and Parish News. Several race borsea have arrived thii wenk. You can filtd at Lehmann's all kinds of tine chees...

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. — 19 October 1901

II'ew people, prjobably, appreciate 'the importance of the apple crop in the United States. In value it exceeds even the wheat crc:p. Lest year, for instance, the ap.!:V ci op was 213.000, 300 barrels, or ;i )P.0)'0 h::shels. At a base of $2 a t,. 1. which i:; consid prCd" a covtsirnt''" c.li; :atc.e the crop netted $I;:0.(,l.l0, or n' ,ii $107, 900,000 more Ithan il v'!ue of the wheat. On a ,',"'r'.:" basis the apple rrop r ::, .: c a 5', percent more t!;:n I v'....t ();t: export of apples in . .': b.;000,000 Darrel: a y::. . :t : i:!l g enor mously. ()t .:' . 'd viit t ":" from Li\ , : t., and last ye(a;" 'n.  ports ex perilonc'e d < ' .. e ;lty in upplying tl ,' : . ' trade had grown f,r : r; :., but took an tel::mar t, 1r p ho l1,ts rxpn:IL' ::l, .,i, l ;. i'" " . .nrican jip$1laj an ;I t i,.,:. ai:.l t n:rgy .T wl hit Aln,. r S pro- senttd the li !  ' ri tra apple. j Rallroadt to Cross natt t.ke. 'The plan of thb" erntral Pacific rail road to cut off )u7 r:tiles by ...

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. — 26 October 1901

THE BANNER=DEMMOCRAT. VOL.XI POVIENC. EST ARRLL ARI- .... NO 26 VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1901.N SSPIRITED AWAY. Br J. A. B3LLSa I/ iLALAALML 19SLMLALAn A AL ft d AL IL ýa ALa i P- 1ý The Inhabitants of Albuquerque, New Mexico, had become greatly ex cited on account of a series ot daring robberies that had been perpetrated in their midst. The principal dry goods store had been broken into, and $500 dollars' worth of silks taken from the shelves and $200 in specie and in bills stolen from the safe; the post office had been robbed; and even the vault of a bank had been blown open,. and not less than $20,000 in money and $40,000 in coupon bonds had been secured by the miscreants. In not one instance were any of the fellows captured, and no clew as to their hid ing place or rendezvous for the plan ning of their robberies could be ob tained. Alarming as was the continuation of the robberies, it was surpassed by an occurrence that proved to...

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. — 26 October 1901

tle 3aQQC r)pI-I)en tocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY ShATUIRDAY AT LAK E 'It()V I I)ENV E. LA. .1\MI'i N. TCI:N 1t. PnuhlInher and Proprietor. TllM t ,'I{I"PTIusN : 'titm P Il: YEAIR. Saturday, October 28, 1901, Fifth District Levee Board. |{Reie nuho t[Ile r .'i* .t'U.' ) IiI C.1l't . Liy 1c Januitary, April Jtul, and (OlOt!;cr, at Delta. La. Death of John B. Donnally. live (t n ,'l J ,ti -p.; t h f1. flll tti . N () St es. , ito un. in2 the" dt iith of Bairvit D.ne'. tilt , rat Ch ,i itti't, "p' I-.' a pol , Ihr y},ung al:ll wile ii. idl in our phuis-h for ma t r o i eu-: ft h. fri. end; ,f u Jhn il, N w r I)on tall wihl It- ' sh. 'k ,l wito , h -il ft , i l, ' -l I whllv. wht·,h tc u lrrd 3i,,lo  h i l ,ith lsmr t. he l-i:e ('apt C metr t. )in'Ullow :nln ,t Blhan 'h Asdletle, anni w:ts i"11-11 : llk:t Springs, bliss.. A11~ 22, 1x;l. it w, etlue(t'ed it St )rkvlle. Mti , a',: d l.t '. 'r.vidn e' . L , t which itt wh pric er pwill "h his father was a, prominent 1.al lon planteri for ti np...

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. — 26 October 1901

7~''ZV. LEHM1ANN's ......M:'Jug H ouse. " Wisku, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, S.... ";',; .. ' ThE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMIESTIC i'' r..1?. ~I j ,WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE: AGET FOR LEMPS' BEER ýý:° ... .iii. Whishy received direct from the Distilleries .' -,O MII -DI\ E-O II PROIFIT MADE THE BANNER-DEMOCRAI, Satdrday, October 26, 1901, Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTR Ey-AT-LAW ANI) I' (aI IEsZtVre, A. e nt, LAKE iROVIDENOE. LA, Will ipr:tieI in the Courts of E:~st ('alt dl, We-, Carroll and M1dii n l'arihi.-. and the State Supremle Court .iJiiIN A. iONTGOMERY, Notary Puihi . ( ',urlt SItenographer alil ire l ai-ir i A{"" A t .ist, s iin 11i' otfli.e. Clifton F. Davis, Atty-at-Law -AND ) '..cal E31rtato ...tl., La;ik Providerie. . lua. IIAVIN; JI'ST FINISIIEl) A C('sIPLET AH TIIRACT OF ALL "lIE LANDS IN EAS1 AlI ILL.. I AM PRIFPARE/) Tr( Fl':INIsII '4.1tTA( TS OF TITLES ON SIIORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, .FTENc; IlIAIilIER AND Ni TAIlY PUBLIC. Icr.cal and Parish Newa. No poll tax,...

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. — 26 October 1901

fNRD AND EFFECT OF RAIN UPON THE SOIL. Rains and snows assist to a certain extent in adding fertility to the soil. In one year rains bring down about four pounds of ammonia per acre. Nitric acid, chlorine, sulphuric acid and am monia are all brought to the ground, though the amounts are not large. KEEP ONLY PRODUCTIVE COWS. A cow that gives sixteen quarts of milk per day is worth two that give eight quarts each, for the reason that she will occupy but one stall, while the others require two. One cow will incur less expense to the owner for shelter and also for labor and care, consequent ly she gives more profit not only by reason of greater product but also be. caue she is less expensive than the un. profitable cows. BUILD CISTERNS FOR CATTLE. Cows inl order to do their best and give us the greatest amount of profit must have ready access to pure drinking water at least three times a day in sum mer. Farmers who have no wells or springs on their land should dig a few large cisterns ...

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. — 2 November 1901

THE BANNE R=DMOCRAET ]. . VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1901. NO: 3. t 0odern avalrgyTraining N eminent military expert, d having extolled the cavalry of a his own country, continues: a "The same is practically true ii of the American horse soldier, only a perhaps a little more so, because, es- b pecially 'out West,' the American al- f most lives on horseback, and of course f most li-es on horseback, and or course rours. 'Tie skirmisn line auvances, *auuu w experieuce3 uei rue LL Ju5 he has the old Anglo-Saxon affection firing "volleys by platoons." 'by lish Hove of Parliament, is again be, D;i-mouted uSnrm dzhicsrtirtdy"ýtoýFeI I U1 S - p "ýy. t ,I "X4 -74' .,.:Ž," emj? , \' ,. . ___ ,: .,. .. o. -., ,,,,, - I' .. ,- . .. '2 ;.~v , : -  ' . ,.-. *- --I for horseflesh in his blood. Then, tOo, sqi some of the most graceful horsemen an In the world are to be found in the azi Southern States The great training, tbh however, of 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. — 2 November 1901

Flie Baqqer-Dem7ocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher ada Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: 5200 PER YEAB. Saturday, November 2, 1901. Fifth District Levee Board. Regular meetings second Wednesday's 1a .lanuary, April July, and October, at Delta. La. The town of St. Joseph, La., was almost totally destroyed by fire on Monday morning, only two business houses were left. The loss is over (.00,000, with very little insurance. The town of Bastrop, in the western part of the state, has a man who is runni;n a bar room, an under taking establishment, a blacksmith shop, a bakery and a restaurant. No flies on him. Leon Co,,lgoz, the murderer of President McKinley, was put to death on Tuesday in the electric chair at Auburn prison, N. Y. Dur irng his imprisonment he refused all spiritual advise, and met his death in the electric chair without a tremor. The election of Mayor for New York City is now at fever heat, and the backers of both Shepherd and Low, a...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 2 November 1901

S 0 I I;i 1'iis 2 L2s THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, November 2, 1901: Jos. E. Ransdell, ATTOREY-A.T-LAW AND Real Estate Agent, LAKE PROVIDENCGE LA, Will practice in the Courts of East Carroll, West Carroll and Madison Parishes, and the State Supreme Court. JOHN A. MONTGOMERY. Notary Publi,., Court Stenographer and Fire I-inrance Agent. is in my office. Clifton F. Davis, .Atty-at-ILaw -AND ELteal Istate .A.gt., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLET: ABSTRACT OF ALL TIlE LANDS IN EAST JARROIL, I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH 4BSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYILES BROWNE, COURT FTENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUTBLIC. lsocal and Pariah News. A killing frost I. predicted by the 14th. The cotton market is troubling the planters. It is not the loudest and most incee ent talker. The weather continues favorable for gathering the crop. It will take several weeks yet to complete the courthouse. Providence has now quieted down after the rush of last week. Services at the Catholic, Meth...

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. — 2 November 1901

BBELZIE, A WASHOB CANARY. The Subternanean Siren of Steamboat Springs. BY JOHN HAROLD HALXN. Belzie was a good mule-yet he had seen better days-and in view of the fact that his ribs were protruding in a truly remarkable style, and that his labors had been unusually steady and entirely creditable, it was deemed ad visaboe to grant him a holiday. i'ere fore Belzie's driver, Tim Murdock, led him out of the great Sutro Tunnel and where he cast of the halter and turned eccompanied him to a bleai nla-top., Belsie adrift. Belzie oinked his brown eyes. The bright, hot sunlight dazzled his vision ary organs Four years under gro--,~ is conducive to blindness, and Belzie had pulled ore cars in the drifts of the deep Comstock mines, and trotted to and fro through the Sutro Tunnel fully that length of time. So Belzie blinked his eyes and gazed about him in a dumfounded manner. He didn't know whether to be pleased with his unusual Ireeuom or palIeo at tle luea ul :x isting in such a brilliant atm...

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. — 9 November 1901

THE BANNER&DEMO RAT% VOL. XIV. LAKE PROVIDENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1901. NO. 4. WHEN SAM FOUND HIS COURAGE. i Dr ELIZABETH L. GOULA I "You know what the judge told you at the 'cademy exhibition, Sammy," ,said Htiram Lane, slowly, his eyes fixed on the boy stretched on the grass near him. "He said if ever you want ed to leave Moorby to let him know; that he'd like to do something for a boy with such a good brain, and a head for figures. Those were his words, Sammy." The boy's thin face flushed as he turned to look at his uncle, and he spoke with nervous quickness: "He's forgotten all about me long before this, Uncle Hiram. Why, that school exhibition was two years ago last June, and the judge didn't come to Moorby last summer, you know. I should be afraid to go and ask any favor of him." "I wish you hadn't such a bashful streak in you, Sammy," said Uncle Hi ram, looking down at the boy with a half-reproachful, wholly affectionate smile. "You're just l...

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. — 9 November 1901

p) iarTrer-Denlocrat. " PYBLISURXD EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDINCE, LA. JAMEM N. TU1RNER, Pnhlishet r and Proprietor. 8Itfsct'RIPTION - $S21no P ER { YEAR. = ------~- I_--------- ---- Saturday, November 9, 1901, Fifth District Levee Board. Re-I'lar meetnl2gs  evond WVfd r tday'a it, .ialnltry. April July. aud October, at Delta. La. 4 The IeInocrats lost O()hio by a preLtty n.,ol majorlty, but it sh,utill ibe So)li"' ('on la'tlioti to ithiinl toI know that M trk laia ,1 't hi liolns cmiiity, here he is ktnw i hest, Iv a lt t, v :'t'. lThe tr':t naval tdry d, k of the U[. S. i',vernmelt, ih ilt at a co,,t of t a 11lli to ai a liilf doll ii , reached New (dharl,,n \V,.,lneý,lav. It i- 1 the. l:aret in the wrid, tld the I lar''e-.t of Iu l'e irn'-<' ma0 '-war I cani be ;lnc'edt in it with ,-ace. ! A ,ther it -!r, e' 4I burned at the stake h i ln 1i-i lss Ipli i his wek, Inak ii two to si fTer 'ideath in Ii  wi ay p inll Ilt State within ti.v, week'. Hlie N r, nlittel the uiff...

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. — 9 November 1901

W. LEHMANN'S Jug House. W isky, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, THE LARGEST STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Ii WINES AND LIQUORS. " SOLE AGENT FOR LEMPS' BRER :, Whisky received direct from the Distilleries. . NO MJI)DDIE PROFIT MADE. -,.t~' ll  illla-llr-n ll 4 lr R il I m · IIR '"I IT II" {rE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, Fo'icmber 9, 1901. Jos. E. Ransdell,. ATTOREiY-AT -LAW ANI) I:("al lE:statte Agent, LAKE rHROVIDENGE. LA. W ill ir:lctic' in the (:ourte of Etast ('t i 1, Il ' t rrioi Ind M:.doion ]'uIt i- , anti th Statt' Sl ipron'me Court J(uIIN A. Mt)N'I(;OMEIIY, Notary ot. i(. (orl St Inographllr Iand Fire 1.-urni.,t t A1-,nt. is .) my office. Clifton F. Davis, .A.tty-at-Laaw - ANI) t.eal Ec3st-ate Agtt., LIke Providence, La. I Vx - .IN~ T II tTI1EIED A C('OMPLET . i .t ( 1 I0l ALL "'itI LANDS IN EASI'.1 Al1:l4 I.. I AE ' Ii: i tFI ) 'rTO FCIINISTI ^. 1 'At 'IS i I' TITIl.S ON SIh)RT NOTICI,. E W1'AYI.I:> IlRO)\VNE, I O"" i'' -l. IN u:;A'111ER AND NOTARY PI'tLIC. ioctal and ...

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. — 9 November 1901

M. F. Fulford, formerly of Vicks burg, now residing in Mempbhi, Tenn., is closing the seakon of OC tilian Springs hotel with much oredit to himself and crew. Mr. Fulford is a young man of rare intellectual c pabilities and is aspiring to the min istry, and will be ordained s a min ister of the A. M. E. Zion church at the annual conference, which will meet shortly at Greenwood, Miss. Er. Norwegian fishery commissioners have been measuring the salmon's leap by means of standards erected below waterfalls. They have found that the fsh can leap to a height of twenty feet. Ead of the fleer Wax. The Doer war,whtch has been raging for the put two years will soon be ended, aceordin,' to the latest arvices. News of peace will be hat:ed with Joy by all. War is a terrible thine, cund has slain many people, but we believe stomach troubles have slain even more. Wh.i. the stomach is out of order, and you suffer from dyspepsia. Indigestion, datulency, sick headeche or constlpation, we would urge yo...

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