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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 July 1895

-` -~ 1 4 do) b annt'r VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1895. - . . . .. . . . - . .  ,,u"'cr I 'a a i Nil E F SN. I O Ntd . I P U S.A MO IJA A MODEL CHILD. A - " tri er temper's always sunny, her hair is ever ci< neat;: She doesn't care for candy-she pays it is too sweet!. Fi She loves to study lessons-ber sums are al- th ways right: le And she gladly goes to bed at eight every sin gle nighti ra Her apron's never tumbled, her hands are al- s wave clean; ar With buttons missing from her shoe she never in has been seen. st She remembers to say "Thank you." and "Yes, tr ma'am. it you ples.o;" I And she never cries, nor frets. nor whines; she's ae'er been known to tease. ar hi Each night upon the closetshelf she puts away fr her toys; She never slams the parlor door, nor makes t1 the slightest noise; But she loves to run os errands and to play tt with little brother. And she's never in her life been known to dis obey her mother. 'RWho is t...

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. — 20 July 1895

THE BANIIER-EMOCRAT, T PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE Y1ROVIDENCE. LA. St JAMES N. TURNEIt, ful Pubitsher and proprietor. !un GUBSCRIPTION: $200 PMR YEAR. M, - -------'--- e - ex ,aturday, - - -" July 20, 1895. .,l -_--,-- -_-_-.--- ----- / titý it is said that nothing short of ti war will stop the Corbett-Fitzsim- ti(1 mons fight. . The Police Jury of Claiborne an parish has raised the assessment of tri that parish froiu 7 to 9 mills. p The new portable Manzic gun fires an 600 bullets a minute, and can send ti them tlhrough forty inches of oak. its vo The Supreme Coolt has refused a o rehearing in the Desforges case. The th boodle alderman will now have to ti don the uniform. We are opposed to bringing the financial question into State politics. pa It does not belong there, and it be should be left out. se An average increase of 10 per cent m hnis been the increase in the earnings in of 1\,00,000 men in the United States en in the past bix weeks. eu Mrs. Win. Nobles, who murder...

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. — 20 July 1895

01 dusts BDl r C1o t folleo f Df tall GCusafm I~, tors, I'eRAU!, are A. uB3as, S. B. K·xEsWT. for RBER & KENNEDY, c1. Lake Providence, La. t rOmee next drea tc 1oetoSee. 4 0. 8. WYLT, an ,Att.ore3y at L. ww. Cad Lake Providence, La. AM Practics In State and Federal Courts. "" CLIPTON F. DAVS, 1 . tt2orney at Isaw, Lo Lake Providence, La. be At Judge Montgomery's law offiee. Bt WX. D. BELL, al Surgeon and Practleing Pysictan. (Ohstetrni a specialty.) epr Will respond to all calls, day or night. er Office at Bernard draug store. Reside-ce next to Metod st Chure Payment for medical services must iut be tuade at the close of each mouth I 1 positively, pa Stai oMi l an -ews. r White's li the plaed to buy cheap no goods. of Servicess Oqd blelthA Church t'lt to morr°4 fr Levul. bu wi.is start in tb Eqp II. ,'ipr Rev. C. Ma guest be of Father The enttqi has 1psvwed very hit uch this W !Cl ''The weather is very hot, and b'si-C uses is very dull. Thie thetmometer danced up to the of P8 M...

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. — 20 July 1895

'aes emse Ia mat's if. wrat he blood or~ual t r pal disees, sad In order to scre it you must ake lsbet remedies. Hall'e Carrb Cure s l k ters .sad sets etae - o lbs blood and mcous so fa es. I CMarh Cure is not a medioe. It wt . Pr os Tob o, Ote beat oph i a in a~ te r.and ml a rebsl ar bec It len omposed o the best tonicsa knowf, combined with the mucus surf G i. pr embiation f the o e two ngredients is wt produces such wonderful results in curing Catenlh. lend for tetimonials, free. F. J. Cessxr & Cm, Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggiast, price 7bc. the skal ily Pills, 25 centes. Tsn oath that falls from the prolane man's lips becomes ca dagger in somebod's breast.-Ram's Horn. The Gratitude Of those who have long been sufferers from some disease which has baffled the skill of physicians, and then have been restored to health by Hood's Sar saparilla is difficult to express. It is such feelings which prompt the writ ing of testimonials like the followinga "I cannot begin to tel...

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. — 3 August 1895

ýf;Y .. ..4,.a LUME VII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH A., ATURDAY, AGST,85 VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, .I9.; A J18,ELESS BURGLAR ST 8AMES rPAX. OTELS sae not, ass rule, good plaes fm ghosts. There is toc much "to-ing and "fro-lng," as Le Fanu calls it (the best judge of the ghostly we ever had in, the flesh), too much jerking of bells instead of sol emnly ringing them. and not a room on popular occasions, such as the race week, a ghost can have to himself. On the other hand, hotels are ety convenient for robbers, not, ofourse, of the black-craped and "money-or your-life" description, but of the quiet, gentlemanly-looking kind, who, if they meet the night chamberlain in the pas sage at two in the morning, express their satisfaction at finding somebody who can tell them the number of their room, which they have unhappily for gotten. It must be a strange life, that of pretending to be somebody else, generally a captain very much u...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 August 1895

PhbUera an Prurteo r. qUEIOIPtIi'1N : 00 PF TEAR. ,. . -. - August 3, 1896. Neil is out with an esitimate of an sight million minimum of this years' cotton crop. The distillers of Kentucky have decided not to manufacture any more'whiskey for the next twelve months. Only nine out of fifty-nine parishes is the State. were represented at the great Reform Convention held in l4 Orleans last week ! It i reported that a newspaper will soon make its appearance in Baton Rouge, and that it will be against the administration. Of the illiterates in Louisiana, a third are white. In a great many parishes the school term seldom ex taenm beyond three months. The People's party vote in Te a last year was 160,000. It is.:said this year 200,000 votes will be cast by that party in the Lone Star State. At least half a dosen colored men have been lynched in the past two weeks in the South for outrages com mitted on white women. It is sure death. On Friday last at Jackson Hole, In Idaho, the Bannock trib...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 August 1895

False prid book go together. Mr. G. M. Franklinu h sarted on his levee contract above town. Master John Montgomery buas been quite sick this week with fever. If your bicycle is out of order, our tbeighbor Fc,usse can fix it for you. Part of this week bhas been fine on the farme, and work has been pushed. To-morrow, services will be held at the Catholic and Methodist Cbhurches. Mrs. Bowers of Natchez Miss., is visiting Miss Linudsay at Wilson Point. Mrs. D. H. Parker left on the Joe Peters last Friday evening for Mon roe. Rev. Mr. Knickerbocker's brother Is expected on a visit to him in a few days. Mr. John Cheatham from Kilbourne Was in town last Saturday and Sun day. Mr. Fred Schneider left for Texas on Tuesday night to join his father and sister. Fully 16,000 feet of choice eypress lumber is being hauled from the saw mill daily. Father Mahe returned home Tues day after isliiug Monroe, Bstrop and Vidalia. Wednesday night next is the regu. lar meeting of the Mayor and Board of Alder...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 August 1895

-1. I 1 -$i.25' 11 tIo I 3 '1 1b- 3.50o 1 to 4 . YJOU OAMT GET THEMU PROM ý DEALIR WRITE TO AMILTON-BROWI SHOE CO., ER DES AKERS LATEST PARIS SFASHIONS L'A de Lai Ms. Bs* or IpImd lot, LIo JB'l - tslt .oM I W YORK..... IA KIlGEL OIST FOR Ttj BEST PODl licatt.Infirm and . PERSONS * - a ,h wnoe. * :a fu vL e *L ~ detch up tp ammanhrt slne, are trying with pry out from the wall cer stone, use they did om the ;i qurry. Oh.  ramr fight back bh ,dqsm t enemy, let ttylg to breaches in I oppo *14i ap ation of ri rest I ball.V you my or snob pp on. "What!" some of the t e volution , whosm brains hae beenr addled long biraImdig 4oe¶J Iwin and cer; "you dMi'tnow r believe thi·story of the Garden of Eden, do ' Yes, as napeh as I believe there they, "you don't really be the sun and moes stood and if I had atsength ate a sun and moon'I them stand still, ed cause n of the sun's rays so it to stand still "But," on don't really beliipv thae the allowed Jonah?" Yes, asnd.if I weres rng efouagh ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 August 1895

VOLUE VII. eIUtftX.#t).R* LAKEPROIDECEEAS CAROLL PARISH, LA., SAT-URDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CAR ROLLPAIH . A *I 1AfV F4 RERem. s. to be feeble - i.o, tai e'th Father'S s AI.EMONE. *- o d-ing !That have I done for thee, tables Tlhou dear aenemoce. Bt he That thou shouldrt yield to me Thy whole year's dowert Cis Whbat cloudy days and blue. witho What ights of star and dew. We both have traveled through 'Oh, To greet thIs hour! he's nt After thy winter's sleep 1 know how thou dlicst creep dimpi Up stairways dark and steep "I R To meet the spring this di I know bow thou didst go peelin Through sodden lcates and snow like m A way thou didist not know you t( Unquestioning door t ,too have climbed anrd crept. it m3 Up rugged paths. have stept. childr And on stone pillows slept- to yOt Mny a ight Like thee. from clod to clo' it'11 i Blindfolded, I bhave trod, lIse I Often alone.. save God50- Th Seeking the light long Brief too. like thlue, my hour, condi P...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 August 1895

TI 3AIIER-OESOCRAT. 'PUBUZLED EV~RY SATUEDAY AT LAKE PROVIDRLCE, LA. -a JAMRY a. s.aliBRn. Publsher and Proprietor. suB3CRIPT1TI : 820 0 PTE TEA I. "g -" August 10, 1895. The Populists of Mississippi have .ominated a full State ticket. The Democracf of that granld old State will see to it that they are snowed under so deep that the word populist will never be heard again. On July 3rd, the authorities of Tennessee implrisonedl eight Seventh- I day Adventibts fur the offense of doing common labor on Sunday, and the court has sentenced them to serve in the chain-gangs for seventy five days. The cholera in Japan is knocking the Japs out faster and surer than in the late war with China. Up to the 20th of July, the total number of cases had been 7,406, of which 4,318 had proven fatal, a death rate of 60 per cent. In Dunn county, N. C., farmers .are much interested in a hybrid cot ton plant which a farmer of that county is experimenting with. It ,bears three times as many bolls as the aver...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 August 1895

TUE C EA -DEUOCRAT, letarday ... - August 10, 1895. Graduatea i jolNego of y urgery. C ,ss to tie--i Over CasseiH'o e ekisg 'ss 1. K. B1au Uý &8 8. K1ahBwtz. BARBE &r)NNEDY, Att n -Law, Lake . l ,idence, La. text deto Postoiace. attor-nz at Lao.r. Lake Providence, La. ' Practices Is State am Federal Iorts, OLIFTON F. DAVIS, Attorney at EIawr, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Pyidlac. (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Omee at Bernard drug store. Ileside-ce next to Metodib Chure Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month positively, Local and Pariah News. On Monday night the river rose twelve tenths. Mr. Sig Wolff was up front Good rich's on Tuesday. Miss Rosa flerzog of Mayersville, is 'isiting Miss Mary Turner. Large quantilles <f lumber is still being hauled from the mill. Mr. T. F. Montgomery is now alone In the livery stable bnsiness. We are yet to hear...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 August 1895

bke D. . #g sass ~bad basaesAssinE from ald It took the form of drepe doctors toMtt my husband a was neeribs for me ay more. tim z we ot Dr. iEroe 's boot[ meal of female diseiss and the Wine of Cardul Treatmeat After t lg niane bottles, I am well." HAD Faessmo IT Ouv.-Teacher-"For what wise purpOm was the goose created with a web foots" Dick Hicks--"Boe he could stand on one leg."-Puck. Yoe Dea* Hawve U awir on says the St. Loots Journal of Agric~lters h an editorial about No-To-Bac, the famous tobacco habit cure. "We know of many cases cured by No-To-Bac, one, a prominent St. Louis architect, smoked and chewed for twenty years two boxes cured him so that even the smell of tobacco makes him sick." No-To-Bac sold and guaranteed by 'DruCg tis everywhere. No cure no pay. ook Ch teligo emedy Co., ew Pon vsa 8w EnR.-"Wh you go Ina this summer?" He (h up)-"No place." Sbe-"Ah I" He- noplace like ho youknow."-Detro Free ress. p. Pm All Unstrung. of macn a nervous individ orshe will sooh ...

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 August 1895

VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIILNCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., BATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1W1 waa* um i .. n.lii.a.. . .i. .in . ii . BREAST THE TIDE. Whemthe storms o' tite o'ertake yea Let not courage e'e- forsake ro'*; Yield not to the tetppes tamtely, Battle with it firmly, gamely, Breast the thde. What a spectcrle Iatoble is the man irho. whcn in treable, Folds his hands with looks deepltrtng, When he should, with high-souled daring, Breast the tide. Though the winds s'tould fiercely bluster, Cloud; of inky blackness muster; Winds ore long will be deminning Clouds displu. silv'ry lining. Breast the t! :o Folly tie to let disister Energy and pluck o'ermaster; . Fortune will show less of rigor, If you ply the oar with vigor. Breast the tide. Courage only can maait you When the winds and waves assail yea Qsward: Onward: or be driven On the rocks. your boat all riven! Breast the tide. -W. R. Barber, in N. Y. Ledger. A REWARD OF CHARITY. BY RICHARD BA KER SHfELTON. R. REGINALD WINTERS was such ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 August 1895

JAmU w. ,ISNElnt. Pablisher ead 1rerimtafr. erasCnrTrlO : SS00 PGE TEAR. Saturday, - . - Anugust 17. 189. There are 1137 prisoners in the State penitentiary. Mrs. Catherine Judge, of Lock port, Pa., died last week age 108 years. For forty years the Democrats have had control of Dearborn county in Illinois. The school board of St. Joseph, Mo., has voted to expel any boy who smokes cigarettes. At the door of a country church in last Baton Rouge parish last week, two men were murdered. The Shreveport Caueisian says that it will support anything labelled Democrat, except a monkey. Howell Edmond Jackson, Associ ate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, died at Nashville, Tenn., on Thursday last, aged 63 years. The Tensas Gazette says that it Is against the law for riders of bicycles to use the levees. This is carrying the law a little too far we think. Six hundeed and eighty-five com panies and firms in the United States have raised wages, the number of employees thus benefi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 August 1895

..t.rda . - ":1A1at 17, Atu Graduate BalLmaere Coltege of taat fr uirery. Cuee hours, 8 to 1:80--a to a. Over CasaL's Drug 8osoe, Vickslrg, M >Y j I. K. BA stnn, S. B. ErnEDVxxr. BARBER & KENI EDY, it Attorpey's-At-Law, Lake Providence, La. 3"Omee next door to Poste1ee. on 0. 8. WL T, , .A.ttorzey,- at t4aui. on Lak4 Providence, La. ; tt Practlces It State ulFadal Cout .zCrPToN . RM s, m Adttoax1ey a Xaavwr, the Lael ~royidenoe, La. At Judge omery's law omice. be l Ical Surgeon sad- "ysiia. (Obstetrrs al t0 Will respond to all cala br mght. fr Office at Beroard ijrug sto%. lesuidencee next to Metodist Chute Mi Ps.meut for medical services must on be made at the olose of each month (, positively, . co mi Local and Parish Ncws. ot It is hard to please everybody. The tUoi. Poliee Jury miet on Thurs- pu day. .i Cotton is hamplag. 'Cta erop the B finest in years. The proceedinags of the TowaCloun- re cil Jlppear in this Issue. 'i A fine line of paints jest received at the Guena...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 August 1895

, ' fs t te d ls aei-easi. u. r et hea stit he wrt aetib umnb ted a a reast -t tes stora eoeb W o urW Its itOs h ,ll is to the Moetauk eed of ea * d. The eeds to s4,0ee r hure tr of a slaa boet tort Pond bay hae Iesn recorded in the odaes of the &Bd e  deoast erk In Mr. Oorbi's n' am. Csosuroaos of the fast mail trains and west over the Panhandle lNes an required to go through every mall er and ee that only bons fide mall cleaks e n board. The regular mail sasrks carry permits similar to a peas. ' TYs charge fo carrying wheat from Mhieagoto New York by rail in 1W was aesats per bushel; in 1874 It was reduced to 93( cents; in 1640 It was only 13.9 easts--one-haltof the rate 90 years ago, and a little over one-Afth of the charge 30 years ago. Ta Michigan Central has absadared tM practice of testing for color blind aes the train employs and yard men with seeral skeins of worsted of dif arett colors, and only the regulation lage and lights are used. The tests an made both day 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. — 24 August 1895

s~i-J VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AIJUST'24, 1 8: ' . -uw" A LAUGH IN CHURCHO She sat on the slidiag eashion The deer wee woman of feua Her feet in their shiny slippers, Huar dangling over the floor. She meant to be good: she had promised: And so, with her big brown eyes. She stared at the meeting-house windowe And counted the crawling fles She looked far up st the preseher: But she thought of the hosey bees Droning sway in the blossoms That whitened the cherry trees. She thought of the broken basket, Where. curled in a dusky heap, I'&re sleek, round puppies with fringy ears Lay snuggled and feest asleep. Such soft, warm bodies to cuddle, Such queer little hearts to beat. Sueh swift, round tongues to hiss, r Sueb sprawling, enahiony feet! She could feel in her clasplng finers The touch of the satiny skaf, And a cold, wet none exploring The dimpleq under her chia Then a sudden ripple of laughter Ban over the parted lips,. So quick that she co...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 August 1895

TZE BANMER-DEMlCi T. In 0 tPBLtIaflED VEgy y SATURDAY AT he dan LLg PROVIDENCL. AI. crate i ing ele JAMRb N. TURNER. ,proseri pwbnebsr and PrOp~'rte, oppose -_age of party t eUBsCRIPTION: 200 PmER TA,. sions I and F Saturday, - - Aognst 24, 1895. dange parties Marshall, Fox and Coleman, the steps I slayers of l)inlens, are now dressed such a in prison stripes. this ea - - 8seems It is estimated that in the larger down citles of the country there are twelve the b saloons to every church. taken Last week the Belmont-MorganI lcan, syndicate trrued in to the sub-treas- lican ary at New York $3,000,000 in gold The in twenty-four hours. tund In a cable to the New York Herald see if firm Grayaquil, Eucador, dated planf the 16th, says that in a fight between Con e the forces of Alfaro and Sarasti, ove Repul 600 men were killed on both sides. compl Captain J. ii. Williard, in charge crat of the harbor improvements at Vicks- Unite burg, Mias., has been promoted to Repu major by the retiremen...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 August 1895

Mtirdtay, . August 24, 18U0. at 46 Graduate SiltIme~n Coehre of Dental argery. CSo5 ro . 8 to 1:.-- to 6. a air Over Casse's Drg Store. Vlcksburs, Mis. cand] will I L. LK. IAass, 8. B. KwxNmDY. thrt BARBER & KENNEDY, get o Attorney'e-At-Law, Lake Providence, La. thro I0Oiee next door to Postoace. that 0. 5. W LT, will .Attor.neT at an. "be p Lake Providence, La. man Practises ln State ad Fer al Courts, Ti in ot OLZTO1N F. DAVIS, day .A.ttre*Y at Zsa.W', one Lake Providence, La. the At Judge Montgomery's law office. to a pres W. D. 3 Lwern Surgeon and Practit E to ti (Obstetrs a spe Will repond to all calls, day orfatdht T O0 ece at erard dru istore e. e folg next to Metodtst Chure Payment for medical services must nesa be made at the close of each month H. I positively, G ra T. I Local and Parish News. othl else The 400. Lots of strangers in town. the Times are bright for Providence. mai Where is Steele and his railroad? mol If we only had a railroad to the low hills. We Boot-...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 August 1895

tlmaM-wls ad have been gve~g Me 'Si OfCardul sad Bs ck-Draught itm Phdy patiente, both dorin& i~p~"aFtr birth as , t-onic, S treatment will do more than is ala nefor It. Two yearn ago w so treukas with female weakns = s*t work atll. I herand ot W t o rndt ueorm on begn the a thlan eveir l c ored , and my eeks I solent fellow r Icud o ay work set." "ae ds eot s o towobled with noe writes: arI~esiwoas been "C at so fae dar- ld Wt nlb d I d re' orts of . d and nor hwonmnest tor rathe nsgg Ike peins re much less and than ever befoen wre,achnd m baby ch to ' tro and much healthbir than any of the r So m Insolent fellow refused to pay his rnt. "o did not say so in wordsbut he latlmatodt." "How sot" "He kikeed me dowastilrn. "-Fimro.  oamu r Tourb t Bates. The ltNoth-Wetret Line (Chig~e . terth-Weters 8') is now srllin. " e alatwme ewed duicmd brata to ng Pawla Fe s ,Dultthi, Ashland, Dftta y H ot rins, iMpes, oreado Springs, kot natB bale ( oe( . d ~s tmo la e end montins re sorts...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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