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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 May 1902
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 May 1902
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 May 1902

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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 May 1902

RDAY AT C. LA. URNER. Proprietor. ION: 8200 PER YEAR. xday, May 31, 1902. fth Distriet Levee Board. Regular meetings second Wednesdays' amuary, April July, and October, at a-uncefote, British Ambae, o the United States, died at sasy in Washington, on . His remains will be Yn by one of Uncle Press Association pretty and e, and an, adjerned the Louis w Orleans. the two the time graduat. ogramme ne from prs~i is t is one of the o· the south, and 1 ebsf ther weir four hundred c •t~' ?t4.yo maam and boys in at anoe, q Loisianian should c ha . o. eoi o. . other echool. * Rev. Adam Reeder,, pastor of * the New Charobd l nborgian), of Orange, N. J.g, taken a se- , verely practical stud on the Adam and Eve question. Ile said; "Adam b is simply the Hlebrew word for man, and the word 'Ohevyan,' or Eve, is the Hebrew word or symbol for life. f S The story Of Adam and Eve is the r, :. story of itgylectual -manhood, and tl oft he ation of the life forces has implanted pi y w estimy of the t Sl ....

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. — 31 May 1902

XSPRING ! On the best i,,es,. Ta -T °, , and4~trs,-Imrnrted a A\geniit for W. .J. inll,'s 1Ie ing C2o., a Tay lor W\Vhiskies. Buck Beer in Cask, Case, Keg, Bottle and Glass, 'RIGIl1T IRQM THE KEG AND ICE.""' OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. The only Place who serves Lunch at any time, day or night, Is at LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE. I~ L in I Ir L _L t I IsC ggmCql I~rl~niln 1 1  - ,-lL..-:lPU C·C -,i ,,, i •I THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT Saturday, May '31, 1902 Clifton F. Davis, AL.tty-at-L" awa -AND ELteal EHstateo A.&t. Lake Prrovidenccc. La. HU (YaG 't ST FINISH EID A ('oMPLET dAiTRACT OF ALL "'IIE LANDS IN EAST ARSBOLL. I AM I'iREI'AIIiED )TO FUtNI.I 4ISTACTS OF TITLES ON SIHORT NOTICE E. WAYILES BROWNE, ('OURT `TrENOGRAPIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. LTocal and Parish News. Gronnd will soon be broken for the recliion of Ihe oil mill. The river continues to fall rapidly, and there Is no chance for a .Jute rise. Rev. C. Mahe, who has been in Mladison parish, returned Tuesday on he Belle. 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. — 31 May 1902

,wW ed. relative posl and Nicaraguan action with the discussed. Both at once submitbed president is anxious A termintlon congress girls i the relative merits wOm In any event some de- pro esiched at this session. tct prot than intimated that gyr pries of havy gsam- :eac Carlo by Schwab, the a 1 sret afloat r ad- Yor; by edcials of the tey have been known eks in the past, and BE is going out of avor rela a'auity of hotelkeepers alm gne-that Mr. Schwab' is for the purpose indi- be ler. Duti way to bring others to Om whi t there ourselves. her 393,000 acres of lad tion in Australia. but ver 10,000,001 Ol; loss.. Thl yattem e als, that the , ot sthe saer from dInf or liver and ma ssigoteS- It. ata' ients the yor tish North Zen in and twos bei ' the TeSterlte Ceseos daty. the ~0aly two aplicttons of Tetterlie ured heo ease of aBi Worm from which I had tit "-Jnulian M.olomon,Savannah,Ga. - ox by mail from J.T. Shuptrine, van. , if your drggist dont keep it. tit handful o common sense i...

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. — 25 December 1902

BSupplement to TF' B33ANNER. DE3dcIOEOO.T. LAKE PROVI1ENCE, LOUISIANA, TIURSI)AY, DECEMBER 25, 1902. A CHRISTMAS HOLD-UP CHARLES XOREAT HA. GER 0 0 ~t IAT about getting through to-night, driver?" "It's all right, I guess. Drifting some on the Lit tle Cimarron, but that won't do muca damage." "It's 30 miles." "Well, that ain't much. This team's good for it. Goin' to start right off, naa'am ?" The anxious traveler returned to the fire in the uninviting office of the Mid Continental hotel. She was brown haired, cheery-faced, and evidently ac customed to looking out for herself. She was bound for the Indian school at the other end of the stage line-a position awaited her. "All aboard!" called the driver, and the passengers hurried into the three seated carryall that served for a stage. The woman sat beside John Carlin, the owner of Circle Bar ranche. He tucked the robes around her and remarked: "Mighty poor day for a pleasure ride." "Slightly," remarked his seat-mate, smiling, "and you ...

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. — 25 December 1902

H, little girl, oh. little boy, you look ahead with glee 'And wonder what the gifts the Saint shall bring to you may be; A thousand fancies fill your heads, a thou sand dreams you dream Of dollies made in wondrous ways or things that go by steam; You'll like whatever comes, you know, Ard childishly you vow To keep your treasures well, but. oh. W'here are the toys of last year now? You shouted at the Jumping Jack you'd begged the Saint to bring; You laughed to see the antics of the mon key on the string; The fairy book, the pictured blocks, the little train, the doll 'Ah how you danced with gladness as you looked upon them all! But that ,as long, so long ago. And you, you know, somehow, Save newer wants to-day, and' oh Where are the toys of last year row? Oh, anxious man, oh, lady fair, you court the fates to-day, And there are blessir,gs rich and rare for which yoh mnekly pray; A loving glance, a happy smile; perhaps the strength to take New-found respl>nsibilities for wealth or ...

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. — 25 December 1902

TURNING A NEW LEAF A NEW YEAR'S STORY By MANDA L. CROCKER. RS. MARCIA BERRIE had been mistress of the Shelly Farms for only a few short months; but long enough, after all, for every one in the neighborhood to have an opin ion of John Berrie's second wife. Bhe dressed finer than his first wife did-most second wives do--she spent more hours at the piano, and seemed several degrees more aristocratic than the first Mrs Berrie. It was an honored custom, reaching back to the stouter branches of the an cestral tree, for the owner of the Farms to give a New Year's dinner to the coun tryside;, and each guest was invited to come and "turn a new leaf for yearly luck." Of course, it was the "firsts," and not the "seconds" or "thirds," as the ship pers say, who enjoyed these annual feasts and, u-ually, they began several weeks before to plan "what to wear." This year it seemed a nee.s ity to be a little more particular about the cut of gowns and width of tr:niming,, for the new Mrs. Berrie was 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. — 25 December 1902

:H. N s i ::l!I :' I:. ~; L ID you hear what the o0l man said to me when he gave me the ten?" asked Robert Allcrton of the bright-faced cashier as they prepared to close the office the night before Christmas. "He said: 'Take that and make a merry Christmas for your fanm Ily.' " "Well, wasn't that a very appropri ate Christmas suggestion?" inquired the cashier. "My family!" said the young man, fiercely. "You tell me where my fam ily is, will you? Other fellows have pnothers and fathers and sisters to make a Christmas for. I never had a single soul on the face of the earth, so far as I know, that I could call my family. What good is Christmas, or ten-dollar gold pieces, or anything, for a fellow who don't belong any where?" and Robert gulped down something that sounded suspiciously like a sob. "Cheer up, and come over to our house to-morrow; we'll help you to forget your troubles," said his tender hearted companion. "It isn't merely a good time I want," said Robert; "I'm not a baby; i...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

M'he KING'S OWN A Christmas Story cf the City A o r3y EBEN E. REXFORD. AltGAIrET LEI'1TH stood by the window, looking out upon a street full of comners anti goers. Gay laugh and merry jest made little ripples of sound above the deeper murmur of the tide of life that seemned break ing at her feet. Suddenly she caught sight of a form in the crowd that stirred her pulses to a swifter beat. Her eyes lost the list less look that had been in themn while she watched with a woman's mere idle curiosity the tide of humanity surging past. Ilere was some one for her interest to center itself about. With this person upon whom to fasten her thoughts, she forgot the throng of which lie was part. "I wonder if there is any truth in the theory of soul telegraphy?" she thought, with a bright, soft light } gathering in her eyes, as she watched 1 the man about whom her thoughts had centered themselves. "lie said he half believed it. I will put it to the test." She looked intently at the man who had driv...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

PATROLMAN N tN FERGUSON'S NEW YEAR'S EVE By ROBERT R. FAXON. M AT\OLOt\\ Fl cR G 1S O f1ON whis-tled merrily as he b \walked along his beat that " night. Lie was unusually 1 happy. And why .hItldnn't he have been? In two hours he would be through t with his work and he could then, go home to his family and stay man) g hours. for the next lay was his aay oft. But. there were other things which h served to put Ferguson in an ahiiable frame i.f mind. His superior officer, a when lie reported for work after sup- re per that evening, had complimented ri him on his wnrk. "Three arrests in one day isn't so bad." the policeman said to himself. \ reass-urinely. "and all of them good w onets, t,. G;etting colder," he added, h as lie buttoned his coat; "thankful I don't have to work to-morrow. It'll he r the first New Year's I've spent with ir tvy wife in many imoons. (uless I'll I step in and fet w::rted up a bit." Ther'e were -everal men conglilrit- a ed in the c( rner cig'ar store w\heln ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

iy Hilda Richmond. The weather certainly was queer for the last day of D)ecember. The sun those brightly down on leafless trees and brown fields, and a fresh warm bree'e blew from the south making it like a day in late September. The wide expanse of meadows and wheat gelds stretching away back of the dozea farni-houses that composed the tiny village seemed to be basking in the mrellow, hazy sunlight that covered the whole landscape as with a garment. With a sigh Miss Julia hunt hung the yellow almanac behind the shining stove in the kitchen, where yellow al manacs had hung for more than fifty years, and then went to the dliining room to pack away her precious china nHI ornamrlents. "There's one thing," she said to Mary Finnegan, the maid of all work. "those boys are not going into the parlor. I'll lock the door to-night and not openI it till they are gone. I'm linot going to have my mother's furni ture scra'tched anti spoiled by a lot of city bhos. It was xery foolish of ile to pro...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

feHot GRANDMA DORKINS' fet CHRISTMAS AA A. ie thir By MARY N. WILLARD. fait an a  OM COomin' home this hin Chris'mas, Mis' Dorkins?" "It Homer Fox asked, as he de- Gim livered the pint of milk he One brought daily to the little unv house at the upperend of kint Scarborough. Old Mrs. Dorkins wiped her wet, kin; soapy hands on her checked gingham awl aprcn. and got the blue pitcher from him the shelf upon which it was sitting. "He ain't quite sure," she answered; sen "he wants to come, he says, but seems as i like something always happens at the she very last minute to keep hint." "I see vou're fixin' for him, anyhow. sCO What's them-mince pies?" cak "Oh. yes, I fix for him every year. I me wouldn't !ike hint to come an' not find per everything ready. I don't give him up h till I have to. Them's mince pies, an' sue these are dried-apple pies. Come as here." She opened the pantry door ly and beckoned him in. "I don't s'pose art you know what these are," she said, Thi with a smile half...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

FISH, OYSTERS AND GELERY! LEAVE YOUR ORDERS WOW. ;FINE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR THIE HOLIDAYS. No Charge for Jugs. tHE BANNER-DEMOCRAT saturday, Dec. 27, 1902. Clifton F. Davis, Aý.tty-at-L.aaw -AND ERteal Eastaei te Agt., LaLke Providence. La. HAVING JUST FINISHI1D A COMPLIrT 'BSTRsACT OF ALL "HE LANDS IN EAS1 CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH *&BSTACTS OF TITLES ON SIIOrRT NOTICE, rE. WAYL ES BRO WNE, COURT STKNOORAPHER AND NOTARY PUILIC. Irncal and Parisuh FewM. - The places of business will be -closed to-day. Lake ,treet is where much 'work is needed. "Peace on earth and good will rtowards men." A Merry Christmas and a Hap tpy New Year to you. It looks like the weather ,is "against our merchants. There is- to be a dance at the Opl)era House to-night. It will soon be the time of year 'to turn over a new leaf. Tom and Jerry will greet, you t at PhiPs this morning. That one thousand dollar whis ,key license was a corker. The oil mill purchased four of t Caldwell's mules last week....

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

D D e Vconnnnm on the Farms The science of successful farming, I as well as success in any other line, recognizes the all-important factor of t economy. Everything must be made I use of; nothing be allowed to go to I waste. The bran of the mill must be turned into feed, the manure to soil t and so on; everything must be put to t Investinlg is a Fars. f The beginner on a farm ustrally es timates the cost of the farm as the largest expenditure, but a farm is an incumbrance if the owner has not sufficient capital to derive the most from the land. There is a heavy put- t lay to be considered for buildings, borses, cattle, wagons, machinery im plemnents, seeds and labor. The cost for the first year may exceed the val ue of the farm itself. It is better to begin with a small farm where the capital is limited than to undertake too much and lose all by going into debt. Birds and Weed Sweds. While all birds aid the farmer in de stroying insects it remains for a num ber of them to eat weed se...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

THE FOOL'S PRAYER. asi Ia. I. LL. The royal feast was done; the king '"These clumsy feet, still in the mire Sought some new sport to banish lGo crushing blossoms without end; sare, These hard, well meaning'%ands we thrust rand to his jester cried: "Sir Fool, *inAmong the heartstrings of a friend. Kneel now, and make for us a prayj er!" "The ill-timed truth we might have kept Who knows how sharp it pierced and The jester doffed his cap and bells, stung! And stood the mocking court be The word we had not sense to say fore; VWho knows how grandly it had rung! They could not see the bitter smile Behind the painted grin he wore. . "Our faults no tenderness should ask, The chastening stripes must cleanse them He bowed his head and bent his knee all; Upon the monarch's silken stool; But for our blunders-O, in shame His pleading voice arose: "O Lord, Before the eyes of heaven we fall. Be merciful to me, a fool! "Earth bears no balsam for mistakes; "No pity, Lord. could change the heart Men....

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 December 1902

...r da RRates. The +e e Crescent ,Route, f on aceut otf HOLIDAYS, has authotized  lbw rate of one and one-third- r6te round trip trom ant io ta ou its line; also to all b hPthe Potomac and Ohio t f the Mississippi rivers, sel ets December 23, 24, 25, 30 1902 and January 1, 1902, w it, f- January 3, 1903. The an service in effect over the Queen & .reseent Route, afford ing quick thi, and trains of the most approved modern pattern, com posed.of Pullman's latest design of sleeping cars, parlor cars, and din ing cars, gives the public an oppor turnity to the public an opportunity ty make its Holiday trip in a degree of comfort never before realized. Two daily trains in each direction. Write or call on any Agent of the System to obtain full and complete I information in reference to rates and i schedules. J. Sanell wanted to attend a party, as .itid to do so on account of in omaeb, which he feared ld groe orse- He says, "I was g my ubles to a lady friend, ho said: amberlain's Col...

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. — 27 December 1902

- . . V ol. XV. ,Lake Providence, East Carroll Parish, Louisiana, December 27, 1902. NO. 2. A. ILL. T.HE nD RSDO C. . HILL. Everythirgx Fresth. :Seeded Raisins, Currents, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, English Walnuts, Dried Figs, Oranges, Apples, Mince Meat, 'Buck-heat, Olives, Pickles, 'Fig Preserves, Marasquin Cherries, Cranberries, Eggs, Edan' Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese, Sauer Kraut, Canned Goods, 0one IIfade ll'uit 'ake. FANCY CANDIES. phone JTo. ,I. Ordenr promptly filled. free and quidl deliuery. ý 1._ S. &. G. H . H . LL. r THE GUEENARD DRUG STORE, 3. S. -CUENARD, Proprietor, Take Se , : : LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. IJBUGs, IEDICINES, CHEIICALS, PATEINT IEDICINE. Gar. a'F ull Lda of alants, Dils. Yandhes, Irushes, Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Books, Fine Suatonery and Bl61ms Preseoriptions Accurately Compounded. Hot Coffee and Hot Choclate daily at GUENAR'S DRUG STORE. An Elegant and Large LINE fto'Select From. 'ExtraLFine-Line of Toilet Articles, 'Perfemery, Toilet Sets, Dressing 'Cases,...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 December 1902

Oe Odd Side of Things. A GROUP OF CURIOUS STORIES CATHERED FROM MANY SOURCES. IZMALRKIBLN rlAxSAs TWINS. * John Stites and Wilbur Stites, twins, have lived in Wichita for many years. About a week ago John was taken to a local hospital suffering from cancer of the stomach. On Wedneiday night Wilbur went from the bedside of his brother to his home. At the moment when Wilbur left there was no appear :ance of immediate danger in the con •ition of John. Yet on entering the house a few minutes later, Wilbur threw up his hands and ejaculated, 'John is dead!" And so it developed. John had died at the hospital at the exact moment when the thought came to Wilbur. In 1873 John and Wilbur were mar ried to Alice and Carrie Worth, in Clay County, Mo., and these brides were twins. Furthermore, an elder brother of the Stites twins married an elder sister of the Worth twins, and the two famlles were thus connected in a man ner seldom found. Both John and Wilbur were well known and respected citizens...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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