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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 September 1892

benner *raf VOLUME V. LAKE EAST CARROLL PARISH, SEPTEMBER 10, 1892. VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA.tSATURDACY, SEPTEMBER' 10, 1892. NO. 12.  CHILD-TALK. 2 wsalke alsag a euaery way le sir was sweet--s sweet as Ma; A snail hand elasped ia mlas, the while I watched a child's swift glancing smile And listened to his queries sweet: The path was yellow at our feet With dandelloes--chldhood's gold: He stood among them bright and bold, Gay prattling. sad "O' mamma dear," The toung vroes sounded full a elea SIt all these posies full of light Were only sovereigns bie and bright I'd pick as many as I eeuld; 'd be n rich man, that I would; I'd got a ship. and o'er the sea ..f would go sailing, you and mae. --A a a castle big and se. And oa narsh mallows we would dine; Your gown should be of silk, and blue; I'd buy a great big crown for you. SSome rubies for your neek I'd get No queen could look so fae-end yet At eight o'clock I'd want your gown To be li this enoe-old and ...

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 September 1892

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. ffLLSHRED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDESCE, LA. P. iT MORGAN. Editor. .JAMFki N. TURNER.I Publisher and Proprietor. qL'UL'''ItIPTION: ~J00 PER YEALR. Saturlay, - S:ptembler , , 182. EVERY DEMOCRAT MUST DO HIS DUTY. In the regular order of things it is but intaral to, expc't that every D)emocrat will do his duty :uln stand ly t'c pa'rty to promnote its best in t*'rest-, which simply mre:ns the best i:iterests of the whole peo;,le, in pre t.:rving intact the present successful I free-form govcernm,,it fro:n central izing innovations, such as the pro posed force bill and other dangerous measures recently introduced by the Republican party. Such is the duty devolving upon all true Dlemocrats at all times, and more especially at the present time in the State of LouisIana and the Fifth CongressionaI district. A spirit of political insubordination seems to have taiken entire possession of quite a number of heretofore con sistent citizens and clearheaded lead ers of th...

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 September 1892

TF. on CIvifl Engimeet an Parish Server, Is now prepared to run Itnes. locate lnids, find corners, furnish full description ofl~ta tlons,timber &c., and make plats of surveys run levels for ptpboses of drdatemswb r~t o files, make estimates of eabankmens, 1itehe. bridge building and .pblRl weO s otall deseriptions. Dr. R. T. SEA , Practiatoper of Medicine, SBrgery an ,d .t Office and residence on At jha plat'n, Bunch's Bend. PF O., Brunette.I. La . * Physician san4 $geon. Office on Lalte stret, I"Will practice fItaltfhe brauches of his Profession. Calls answered promptly day and night. -" W. -- " 'D. 3II, Surgeon and Practicing Pbystclar. (Obstetrics a speelalty ) Will respotd to all calls. dly oC nglht Office at Bernard drug store. ltealdence qixt to 14tho it ChIgeb a. :. .- bas" t, Practinng PhysIcI uan rgeon, CeDR answered pt1$ptly and ght. Office at the Owen's tesiden 'i* sypia Plantatinowia ebe ahu as. Co-ncallr and Attr W Rayville. - - La. Will practice in the p "tilMoreh...

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 September 1892

TAIMAGE'8 SERMON. The Heritage of the Eons and Daughters of the Most High It is a Prlemly One, but There are Is eamberame on It thea Mest be Met rally sea Pr mptly to e earm =lan Peasessaem. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage selected the following from among the sermons de livered by him in England for publica tion. It is based on the text: AUn sm years-L Orsatifs. L, t. The impression Is abroad that religion puts a man on short allowance; that when the ship sailing heavenward comes to the shiaing wharf, it will be found out that all the passengers had the hardest kind of sea fare; that the sol diers in Christ's army march most of the time with an empty haversack; in a word, that only those people have a good time in this world who take upon themselves no religious obligation. I want today to find out whether this is so, sad I am goine to take acoount of stock; I am going to show what are the Christian's liabilities, and what is his income, and what are his warranty deeds, and what are his bon...

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. — 17 September 1892

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 18992. THE OLD PIONEER. mi tels settlers' meeti, di4d s sayf Yes, begs, I hink ru no. I q tI'd like to alk of th G Ol l IC days or lrtr rahi yatesac; the '7h 5 tbhirty- srace I left the east at ame B away out west; I was a yo ma i those ays and my bealm lo wa a theo best I bought my J ta st government prie, tan set ti dowa to stay. Hasted some logs from the timber, seven or eight mBes away; ae And built me a little cabin with windows look ing s oth. A fre-pis sand a chimney, with a great wle- th opem mouth. sel Swant to see that bia, you an walk out ha to my farma; t ads a trifa aie-ways at the corner of the ftr bm Ti ered with prairie-hay to keepout rain th Ahd wow; And ueis for a chicken shed a dosen years or so. mi ISe root is baat in the middle, the lmmey flast on thegrouad; R'he door ereaks on the hinges, as1 loosely w swimg around; th The poor old empty hovel, so lonesome aad for- 1 lorn, Doesn't loo...

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 September 1892

PUBLISHED EVERT' SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVtIDENC!E. LA. lit. Ij. MORGAN. E:titor. jdAMES N. TURNiR,. 'ubllsher and P'oprLetor. LUB.'I4IP'TION : $2 00 PEt' YEAR. S:tturh.ay, - SN,,n'er 17. 1592. MOVING RlI 'r ALONO. As the .l.i ; a, i N" :, , is nei ring t o :1 idi n+, tne ;tre w:i - ing wit's ilir, a-ill. atto!ti:,io the ti uns. that in l;:.:;te the!' fi'tlile of otlr Dem.ovranic --Man of I)ctinv"'. It is etlsCtomarv a !tii:+ ;; ian u to shout an finll v, a nd ey v aloa.I, b iastiIng ofti-n of a suc.cess that is ,ever rcaliz'.I , nitl e"en iln their esgerne.s somutet inet ) bLi liy leeieiv. ing themselves with regard to the final result. l iing in a favorable position to- carefully scan the politi cal horiz .n and watch the chatngsr that tne taking place front day to day and week to week, we propose to give the situation to our readetr as we see it, without exaggeration of our side or depreciation of the other. Of conrse the Lk):nocratic wish will sometimes crowd in to become the pa...

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 September 1892

5> Mtals Septeiber ; _ o. Is now prepared to run tnee. iocnte lands. fled corners. furnish full description ofloret tifors, timber Ac.. and m:,ke. plats of suhiveys run levels for pa posesof drainage with pro tiles, make eatimate. of embanklmeus, ditches.l bdge bualdlg apd peta i orks otall deerlPtlt • , .. P aetittoner ot" `ht R O ýlr~iteBenne n'ea ha planstin, ..-, B'tineb'as BOUd. " P kranette. La . _ . ., i a " P T:'letan and Surgeos , O4 ee ou e ake stree Spacice a all t1 the' brtoclhes o1 Pro1eoan. Calls answered promptly day and night. W. D. BELL, ' iSurgeon and Practicing Phyalican. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Omoe at Bernard drug store. Residence next to Methodist Church n. G. ANDMBRSON, Practicing Phsician and Surgeon, Callsanswered promptly day anlpight.. Oslee at the Owed's residence on 4Goesypia Plantation in the ith 'ward. 33T4 WESTaToNE. Cuscellor and Attorny at Law, Bayvflle. - - - La. Will practice In the parishes olMoreh...

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 September 1892

A DETROIT MIRACLE. A Great Triumph for Oanadian Medical Sdeno Partseulars of one .1 the Mot Remark able Cares aMased Desertbedl by the Detreot News-A Story Worth a earl Peruseal. Dsanort, Mich., Jan. 19th, 1812.-A cas has just come to light here, the particulars nf which are published in the Evening News, which will be read with considerable Interest by all Canadians, as it records the remarkable achievement of a Canadlia medical discovery, which has already, in its own country, won great and enduring fame. At this added triumph there is some doubt the fellow countrymen of the pro prietors will rejoice, as it sheds lustre on Canadian sclence The story is told by the News as follows: The following paragraph, which appeared in the News a short time ago, furnished the basils of this information-a case that was so wonderfully remarkable that it demand. ed further explanation. It is of suroteut importane to the News' readers to report it to them fully. It was so important then that ti at...

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 September 1892

VOLUMI V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PAlISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. 140 14 . PIW AL PtILOSOPY. I DmasNeen et s penates and me poeeg y fu s oGei:m to bhed iU meats rilg eut of R D re sccess reMt esowrd that you'll emaeft, too, M 71r * helpa thes who help themselves" . towar what mey'dbe ad o be. TiM do" dono to the fu ar by for the macs seblme: Preea ties is the thief of treasesea4es "e*n seer mes tae ater 'ilt lls e ruean. Nrover se tSiTses t they fade sway shad A e. M i . lthiok the clouds may He, the sea to bh . s as laea in omewhere there's a turn , Pe e a haknockleeg owce to every ody's go wk tM only for a will the sleie lady S waitt "Is better far togplt oar meal while stijthe tcesa ltast, san . r "well mner tro the mill wheel with the ripples that have "se *alt asa sor Bmasee to hei you what vouf . empy spiadle eeks: be Pspare it sad te distaS, sad Ies Go. wll frn seni me sI." --Cseit Theri, is Oee4easekeepla$fg en be It was s sultry Jue day, with t s leden sk...

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 September 1892

THIE BAWIER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERtY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. I . I, tOItOGAN. Editor. JA.3IES N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor. t'tAl.sAitI{'"i4 200, P.ER YEAR. Sa-turdllT-' Se.... iiiri .. . + "ij Hon. C. J. Boatner, Of Ouachita.. .. i THE DISTICT HAS ITS RIGHFT.S ft is anything but arrceable and satisfatory to witne.ss the attempted dominance displayed rio\ and again by those of the Democracy i tlthe State who are over-pltffed upi with a c.ouciouiisess of their asce:idancv. We refer more directly to the action of the State Central Commit. tee in its attempted interference in the apportionment affairs of the' Fifth Congmessilonal district at the meeting in Grunewald Hall a few doysago. 'heir action forehadow: etI an utter disregard for the nmtuh trlked of harmony that was to Ire vail aind mike solidl the I)cImncr:y in the State. 'Tis,t.rue, they velick. upon the comupromirte tmaile early in! tle year and the March lrianaries that grew out of that co)mpromise 1 for 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. — 24 September 1892

the eity4s r ier has b 1 m -a. i r tbwwee& t" ( s ters t  nllt s - - i4ff tlr t h1t . urvsltt'a Sf-teamier'1 run le esofd tpi. pro ihtrhitl , Bend on SIrrgl etrics. rlutall( at thee fit *udgreqtdence on A tation, U unch's Bey hr B e La. -principt . Nschoil, 1 'hbyeIcias sc op. dhys ant QcMece on L and eat g, sct tlrtraehbe if3 uday -ef a Prof .C ( swered I u prvmiptUy day an .aighh ,+c Our f fidl the Surgeon and Prasticlag Phy 'oenr. homt. e t .1,. (Obstetric a eu daty, is ep xe. Pe nrToeag of 11htm ~'ms +a s Ideee M mfuul t+*#Yseto <i· j13 urch 4;1 wvard a a;3 ._ ".. ...fourth Practcng g tendinu calla , we kht. Board. Office at the m. r apl I A , Sin aTer he otslo house, Misasis e n rove ud thanklin . dion. ea tt 4a1tit mu. u s ed e nWi oed ore.ters w "l Ii IIenior Deetory. cotton ,... , m ne ans·'r rch as Fair b Pe aln Gre e,3 n 4s h runda 'se 11 o . mh Chl Brea i[,2t id a 4th Sbauea 4 m oe aidn. - n s nrlw l~ke tish areal g ib t . he an yD. The mew marshal tgtt ioned ...

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 September 1892

The Bannerl)Democrat. Published Every Saturday. LAIKE PIOVIDENCD. LOUISIANA. HANDUIN A WATCH. saoes gnuwsa Mae y mews s mlt "You want to know how to eare for a ine watch, eh?" said the old watch maker, as he took of his glasses and wiped them with his handkerchief. "Let me see your watch." The Mail and Express man handed over his timepieee, and the old man handled it carefully. "Well, my boy," he aid finally, "bear in mind continually that a watch is, in its way, almost as delicate a piece of mechanism as the human system. As It is necessary for a man who wishes to keep in good health to take his meals regularly, so is it necessary to feed a watch at regular intervals You feed a watch by winding it up. Thesefore have a certain hour for winding your watch and never deviate from it. "In this ease there are probably one hundred watches. Not one of them is running. On hthis reek there are eight ean, and all arue going. I wind them the frst thing in the morning, start them with the one 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. — 1 October 1892

__t be nnt )r#Uemixcrat. i VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1892. NO, 15. _ " m lllmll m mmninammmmir "THE GLORIOUS MARCH." aev. T. DeWittT aln.g Tom ofttha Churoh's Triumphant Progree. Its Vietoer b Net Yet Frng woe, ut Its Coequriag o ests neow N. Halt lI Their Marsh Toward the lealumh The following discourse on "The Glo rious March" of the Chuh of Christ is selected for L Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage'as eAmericai congregation .4IL.pe~ek. It is based on the text: air as the moon, clear as the sam, sad terrt bie s an army withb rs.--slomon's Sosg, vt. 1 The fragran 1a the spikenard, the flash of jewel  e fruitfulness of or chards, the luxuriance of gardens, the beauty of Heshbon fish pools, the dew of the night, and the splendor of the morning-all bontribnte to The richness of Solomon's style when he comes to speak of the glory of the church. In contrast with his eulogium of the church, look at the denunciatory things that are said in our day in...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 October 1892

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PIUBI4LHED EVERY SATURDAY AT IhAKE PROYVIDENCE. LA. D. L. Mr RGN. Editor. .JAMI~S N. TI!RLNER, Pabtlisher and Proprletor. IiRMOCRIPTION: t2 00 PER YEAR. Sat:iriav. - CcI,bcr. 1 1892. 01:1t CI O'CE "OlR 'CONG RESS. Hon C. J. Boatoer, Of Oinach ih n. 00T3s 11ii, 18023. The straightout Democratic dele gate., frmn the several parishes will assemble at Monroe to hold the regular biannual Convention of the Fifth district to nominate a candi date for Congress. The above date has acquired more than: ordinary importance to the Democrncy of the district for several reasons. First, because a small minority of the Executive Convention t!nt fixed Tuesday, October the 11th, bolted the gathering because they could not have their own way alout the apportionment of delegates from the several parishes; and in the second place, they anticipated Octo her the Ilth by holding a diminutive convention of their own on Thbrsday, September the 15th, and at their meeting nominated Judge 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. — 1 October 1892

Is new Qrpared to run lines. loctel Ada, fad corners, turnish thll description of lea tions. timber Ac., and ake plats of surreys tns levels far purposes of dralsags with pro flesr, pake estimates gf embnkmennts, dltehes.bridge building and public works of all deseriptions. Dr. R. W. SEAY; Practitioner of Medloae, Surgery and ObstetMics. Oice and residence on Alipha planitaton, Bunch's Bend. P. O., Brunette La. V. . sIG, Physician and Sugeon. Office on Lake sweet, $WWill prandce in all the branches of his Profession. Calls answered promptly day and ni and Practicing Physician. (Obstetres a speelalty) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Offiee at Bernard drug store. Kesidenee next to Methodist Church A. G. .aZDZMON, Practiclig Physican and Supon, Calls answered promptly day and night. Omee at the Owen's residence on Uossypia Plantation in the 5th ward. wa M1 3- . Rayville, *,- -, . La. ýpl praectIe in the pi hoube. Ohstaedta, Riebland. Fra siadiron. WeV t Cq otlfandtend dev r f...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 October 1892

The Banner-Democrat. Published a very Saturday. LAS PROVIDENCE. LOUISIANA. - 'as hatters wm el up the g- b 'P fa mmass the Uual t syhr Wse.. tsi sad al oaseea The very walls would cry for air ould they nd speech; With Irm, relentlesu step approach the couch of state, Where semi-yearly guests are shown, and left to fate. These victims may at morn assure you of sweet rest; May smile sad give no sign of rage within the breast, Per tell the awful dreams that held them in a vice; Their smothered gasps for air. their fright at sounds of mice. But these same guests receive important news next day Bome unexpected news that calls them far away; They kiss and my good-by--sy: "Lovely time we've had;" The falsehood adds its weight to other feelings bad. If now and then a guest, when ready to depart, Some bold, brave men possessed of much more grit than heart, Would there present the case-would my just what he thought, The work might be begun. the needed change be wrought The hostess, possibly...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 8 October 1892

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1892. NO.1. I --Lr -- ill  • UJSEFUL BiUFFERINUS s* There The Price Pald by Cbret fir the the h edomption ft KnHaind. that t, _ _ gar man I It Was as Oteet Lessn tha at At the thing Centuries tah avte aeped I ms awh Net LeIts l es a a Bat ti Test or IMte Less. and n ess The following discourse, selectd by hrt Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage from those doe demo livered during his Egrdpean tour, is noc given for pe i this week by his Amer- I I -- -lmslrm The texti: of AI b dn Chrit to est.--Lbs ,sLv.. M an I There have been scholars who bsve Th ventured the assertion than the to de of our Lord were unneesay. In their It was a shocking waste of tears sad a blood and agony, unless some great Ja end were to be reached. If m can it w prove that no good result comes of it, b then the character of God is Im peached,and the universe must stanad abhorrent and denuelatory st the exit fact that the Father allowed the tuw butcher...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 8 October 1892

THE BllIEEMOlWCRAT., PUBLISHED FVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PI'OVTIDENCE. LA. D. r, MORGAN, F.ltor. JAW N. TURNER, Pablliher and Proprietor. LUBSCIsPcT:10 : :2 t PER YEARI Saturdat. - October. 8 1892. OUIti CILO!CE FOR O':NGltESS. Hofk C. J. Boatner, Of Ouschita. HON. CHAS. J. BOATIER. The division in the Democratic ranks in this, the Fifth District, is a thling much to be regretted by all faithful members of the party; but while regretting the party divisions and declenslons, our duty is plain before us. We must fall into line steadily and work the more faithfully to make up as far as possible for any losses we may have sustained. A close scrutiny will show that the much talked of division is a very one sided affair. The dividers can safely be styled a mere corporals guard compared to the' Democratic army of the district that will he duly represented at Monroe on Tuesday next. Judge Gunby's political course in the past six months or more, has been of such an equivocal character that it...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 8 October 1892

h$ coqer, tiraltsh lt desr~pt offo ti i or laipetrion. I nswre -of herotlf e smuc. d I dcoulde. . Swho ci. o s nrow eprae e to'e a Huesl.toe tsbdrhi gee thel gload einert, turleb tltdeserCtton oioe s o sa, ireon badPrkSatict sician.eys ake rnn IeveitshrpuipioPSA drnliaAre with ro l • r"nes tdin o ta lt wo tr, The oratspatpitI tl.s opened the sessi D t R. hpr er of p bincrease togatdier eah rngm at : Mi r Office and reideTanklanu, r'k on, tlcal" pa e five acrt , ,, ., . two pu . " ~ dm tsb pthem. * . s* prwnesents re Our* IWWltl pract.e in eaithe brarhy" levee c of hi .Profssiou. Calls onwredlast W A . I Io- pqed o do ghr t.< _t f ,eough I Srgon a-n P Phla any l u' Will rerpodrndo a a y a ornli . OSe at Beoard store. Rede A . ueon Satfto- . '1 -.tn- f ' b R 'o ",n" t i been a P ltmtatto bin the lath ward. sick "i Wear t e the alt rkubiAth untowe tin ra Martllvt - -wo - L a two w . Will prhaetn tn the parishes ofuorebo ui&n also"t wi'loo fo n arý anits e. , sept . Muc . n...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 8 October 1892

The BaMnr.Democrat. I PIlished Ever, Saturday. LA ME PROVID *3 LLOUISIANA. THE EMPTY NWT. In Us how sarsS* I toa l 1sep a "m er se TM scup rnbs hbG 55ws 1W5 nThatt rit h eko. iA m La amews sm ase L Pot l as sen s*s ldmes Sli a Mat s vtdinSer s wrem' sg with te usrelu sm. Tsr Ow ewer ank a lma they pe rest. 3. U,, mr1 ths 01 UeC 00519 Whom wsiy hs domst AGs I thikd amr 0' ass4t ysa lse~ias Ms ie sdke, snas New saa 1as roumas mana aGu Iati tee whtm e wewem as t lad i P e, df Soo soin w ldom sae , Wta a ahh eingl And ts ws5 whsme ths iSa*e aesbneaps Natll em Ow n a pow ewo onem The old-ime deck, the tbaag Ushr, Where we keel 1 ip the eseal 71W1 in ah Us ys l by As¢ w sitodam soewee. sal sr baee I ma's bIugs the posE we waded, ws se nig trei n I smms 1 mo a s use - Wlk the au." sobi" te aids, no et Is there. be sA ta lsd, ThehsebolM vet I mmmet go oas tab lees agat, I wesd tmose Sh6a eledTo welgsli a as. The maoter, als sues he bearst They taoes her ord teab a .rest Am "sme's ee as...

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