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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 9 November 1895

s a ··-·-·y4..~·~·~ ....- r- ;y ~- ~ VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1895. -_ THE FOUR VOICES. A By sober Brown Beard, who is said to have ..Y seen Of winters and summers some thirty-and seven It Tripped lightly Gold Tresses, of sweet seven teen, "" The fairest creature on this side of [leaves "How pleasant the evening breezes that stir Ar The rustling leaves, as the woods grow diml" Such aimless words sptke his lips to her; I' But his heart was muttering low to him: maa "Oh, that the summer of life were springl con Oh, to have foundl her long summers ago! sort is it yet too late? Would this sweet young trot thing Give the hope of her youth to-? No, ah, sheo no!" ", ble "Yes, pleasant it *.", when the woods grow all dim, tim To hear the sound of the leaves that st!?i" lite Such trivial word.; aid her lips to him. to But her heart was whispering low to her: lug "Is there ever a man like the man that I see- so t A man like the Bsyard of ag...

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 1895

I Tin "fl ~ g hE Y SATURDAY AT last si S ROVIDENCE. LA. and tl ON_ _ -- - a ba .JAJ N. Tl ILUER Msry 1P+ t 4and sOpietoeo. rible ocrati OURsolCWTIN: 560 PER TEAR. We Post, dEV, - - November 9, 1895. Demi electi .Announcements. New tucks A1WNOUNCXr RATES. Iowa. S ..........................15 00 Natic l ct Atorue' . . ... .... ......... .... ..... eor se r .. ............................. fhaf i 00 an rnit fS oo he. . o ............... pa if itl polceJirors............................. C rover . . . . . ..ý. .......................... 0 uatiesotl the Peace.... . ...... . 00 man oa slaii es .............. ...... ............ 0P3 SENATOR. reso I respectfully announce myself to he voters of East Carroll and Madison dent that I am a candidate for Senator of the c the 26th Senatorial District. subject to tion; e action of the o Democratic party. nes Irespectfnlly. W. M. MURPHY. crani I beg to announce that I am a can didate for State Senator composing the dene parishes of Madison and East ...

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 1895

dray Over Caueli'sr ltiers, Vtosha, ; L K. BAnans, S B. KmENNY.1 BARBER & KENNEDY, Attorney's-At-Law, am Lake Providence, La. M M" OSoe next door to Postoffice. dre nigh 0. 5. old 1 .ttoaZ.tVey at Jaw. but Lake Providence, La reto Pralsse Is State ld Federal CuIs. cLIWTON F. DAVIS, We .ttlo-'.ey at ,I. R, w, and Lake Providence, La. shot At Judge Montgomery's law office. pr oftl V. D. 3Zl.L, Surgeon and Practicing Pyselan. ma (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Cba Office at Bernard drug store. Residence wit next to Metodiat Chure Payment for medical services must also be made at the close of each month Ilam positively, cull Local and Pasutd News. nar Primaries on the 28th. vill Not a store for rent in town. wei Smyrna rags, all sizes, at White's. Thi Go to Meas's for cheap grocers. lug The river Is still falling at this point. tlb Dr. Stewart Is ruihed with dental of I work. Mcae has resoived a ew lot of ue '1 groceries. adl Bud Stein is collecti...

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 1895

ts ga" set eaiske boeen h who -for an wbhat g*mdmt JTees--(4hr ty. H. sas that ie ba1seha to bed.-a-&a randicr bse--I dont believe yo love ms at bIt SHe-Why, Ethel, I'd die for you! She (petulantly)-That's easy enougn say. Why doa'tyou go and prove it? arper's lasar. Is Dwsmpsows. "Merey on usl" cried the Investor. Do you have earthquakes here?" "Be easy," replied the land boomer. b'We run out o' quinine yesterday, an' tbat's only the town marshal havin' a chill."--Chicago Times-Herald. S Feresesaloal Amenittes. I Dr. Killem (lndignantly)-What do Sou think? Shrouds, the undertaker, tfered me twenty per cent. on all the. 'business I would put in his way. , Dr. Pillem (dryly)-You'l be a rich tman yetl-Puck. Ne Wasuting Time This aUammer. SWiggles-What do you think of this erew-woman movemeant Waggles-I think of it just al little as possible.-Semervlle Journal anamgh ed the Lamb. Mary PA a little lamb, 'Th lamb was very tough Vander the etroumstnces L . - A little was eaomre Cheap...

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. — 16 November 1895

. ...r~i~ I l l I i VOLUME .VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1895. . ; lln ii iiii -ll nll •- i " " "a a M @ ' M M oli 8Mg gg g ... .. g . .. .hM .. . . m lm I i . ...• Igi • i irll ii iiiI i i Ii i iiii g i iii - l d l ll g il liNl FROM JEST TO EARNEST. "I don't understand you at all," said Pierce Trevor to his triend Ralph Dewey. "You talk as if I were a conun drum." "So you are! Now, look here, ])ewey, let's have a clear comprehen sion of the matter. D)o you love Fanny White?"' "Well-yes-I rather think, on the whole, that I am a little taken with the sparkling brunette." "'A little taken!' How very enthu siastic you are! And she. poor child,' is more than 'a little taken' with you." "I flatter myself that you are righ t.' I "Well, then, why don't you ask her to marry you?" "There it is," groaned Dewey; "you are all in such a hurry. Can't a man admire a girl without being brought to book for it the very next day? I won't be hurried. "When ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 November 1895

ai gIAER-DEIOCORAT.. aEPU pUtBLBa D EVERY SATURDAY AT Times-I LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. The JAMBS N. TURNEU. throug PublIsher and Proprietor. lican _ signiui6 UBSCRIPTION: $S00 PER YEAR. lll PI baturday, " November 16, 1895. "Dlr Announcements, nation ANNOUNCEMENT RATES. Iratiot ... ..........s on Roput Jiurtot Judge .......... ......... ...... 16 00 tstrlet Attorney ...... ............... SenatE iepresentalve............................. l .... . 00. frame li J, rors............... ............ Co....r ... ...... ................. . ........ ,tlee of the Preace ......... ...... 0 0 f Constable's .............................. i-- so FOB SENATOR uew b I respectfully announce myself to imlith the voters of East Carroll and Madison We m that I am a candidate for Senator of tor to the 25th Senatorial District. subject to ist all the action of the Democratic party. "To Respectfully, to go W. M. MURPIIY. posed I beg to announce that I am a can- on a didate for State Senator composing the tick...

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. — 16 November 1895

THE BAW ER-DEMOCRAT, n Seve. Graduate Batttmore Cellege of entalnd cot urgery. (:flee hours. $ to l:30-43 to 4. Over Cassell's Drug Store, Vicksburg, Ilies.aaturdi to see t L. K. BARBER, S. B. KENNEDY. look lil BARBER & KENNEDY, countr; Attorney's-At-Law, the trI Lake Providence, La. Mrs. g Ofice next door to Postofice. day to be pre (. S. W YLT, daughi .A.ttcrzneY at I.saW. whicb May is Lake Providence, La. her i Practices In State and Federal Courts, happit CLIFTON F. DA7IS, may b .A.ttornLe' at I aw, Chaml Lake Providence, La. with At Judge Montgomcry's law office. also fV S lame I W. D. BELL, culnr Surgeon and Practicing Pysiclan. ad. (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day ormight. Our Office at Bernard drug store. Residence shout next to Metodist Churc Payment for medical services must a per be made at the close of each mouth town, positively, be gr Local and Parish News. could S such i Democrats turn out on the 28th. to the Sutton's hack broke down at las...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 November 1895

u In i as ems* S dle's wins of CarInt relieves the o h a l e v ormen month e bafter orc. o rs Iha Is rec m---iead by masay fauI as the most ..t. remedy knowa for painful men sasMam. Th treIment can be adopted b tbea priay oth bhm, vaithot wbmetlg wriet: "Forthe past si month I have auSmard awful pains a the tleOf my mobr periods. A few months m t Wrk - C t me soe McElrees w int of Cardu. binceusing that I hoaven't ofelt a En I catr give it all the p~ it shoul J. W. Pollard, Pleasant Ride, Ma-, says: "McElree's Wine of Card cred my my wife after tour doctors bad failed." TEE Wlru--"lt most be bedtime." insa band--"Hirdl; the baby hasn't waked up yot."-LIfe. - Prso's Cure for Consumption relieves the most obstinate cougl,.-Reb. I). B, cr8 uVcLLgJtI eIncgton, oO.. Feb. 24, '94. WnAT makes life dreary is want of mo tive.--George Eliot. Peculiar In combination, proportion and process, Hood's Barsalpills possesses peculiar curative powers unknownl to ay other preparation. This is why It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 November 1895

-~ - - .i;~-' I 1 + I " a·s '3r:~I 1S''" ~ ltl & ·~3-'p. VOLUME ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ,~a VIII..n,~j LAK PRVDEC EATCRRL ARSLASTRDY OVME 85 DORUOTHY'S DRIVE. two o° era in terhai HE contest raged -ni ', in South Bilk- were shire witha fury unparalleled hurry even in that was P sturdy English Gcorg constituency says. The tortes did aid I ?not want to fight, but, by jingo, if they , diid-! and the radicals of Rottenham had for years only wanted a man to t°or lend them. They had now found him Le p in Jeremiah Clink, of Sharpus & Clink, `' ' solicitorsi his firm had long acted for and mone of the leading "trade protection audg societies" in Rottenham, which gave a ron Itimr power in quarters where he wanted sngi popularity; and with the rest of the merr constituency his success surprised caug everyone, including himself. Having cultivated mustard and cress from boy- posec hood, first on his sponge and subse quently in an old chocolate box, and gin" having recently developed a pear tree ....

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. — 23 November 1895

VI R WEIEVi CRA., PU·~PBLs D BVEEZY SATURDAY AT poli LAKE PROVIDENCL. LA. Mlar Ivo lAKES ti. TURNER. Den pulsrlber and Prtprietor. Ilot eUDBCRIPT'IQK : t PFR TEAR. aEA the not .Announcements. Ien T LAxNNOUO1C EIT RATES. pal ......... .... is 00 S usit'ro .. ................ .... Stal 2b 1strl et A tto r ne y _.... .. .... 0 Oie ........... ...... . .. I beg to announce that I am a can- [ease didate for State Senator omposing the try: parishes of 1tfdioel and East Carroll, will subject to the action of the Democrntic the party. hap f IFtc4wctfltly., -wit W. M. MURPIIY. wea POB JUDGE. litt1 We are authorised to announce and Judge F. F. MONTGOMERY as a can- sidt didate for re-election to the office of the Judge of the 7th Judicial District, sub- the ject to the action of the Democratic lie I party. to o0 DISTRICT ATTo`RNaEY. ,Y I hereby announce myself as a can didate for District Attorney of the 7th can Judicial District, subject to the action I of the Democratic party. tial WM" S. HO...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 November 1895

0#k Oer Cqsse l's ]Drug O5. aw 'TL1'y will Attoze3To' at .'aw . water. Lake Providence, La. We 1 Practices In State and Federal Certs Mr. Jim OLMTO1 F. D. VIS, health I, .OLttO 1 7.e t D'LVZ , several ;ttor'eL r at Isaw, a Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. so maU MdcR W. D. BELr, The Surgeon and Practicing Fysician. (Obstetrics a specialty) Greeuv Will respond to all calls, day or at. boats t Ofmce at Bernar drug store. 1de port be mnext to Metodist Chore Payment for amedical rsernve eaast officers, be made at the close of each m tth more 11 positively, On Loom and Paish News. placed - Henry Primaries next Thursday. man w Vote, vote, vote, on 'Thuriray next. Bain's Auothe News items are scarce. Very little to the happening. Dr. Stewart is being rushed with Sore dental work. may b Some people are a little to s.nsitlve Chami for their own good. with 4 Cotton is now worth less than eight also fi cents in New Orleans. lame I Wild ducks are being brought to cular t...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 November 1895

I lIpx l g aertu s arll 1te suiet line be hi sad virtuous, you'll be blesd tad wlss-Youug. SNo wztb enthusiast ever yet eould t till blf mankind were like him. r pelf possesed.-Cowpe. ` A LTIroxr , nature admits of nothing t what is serviceable to the rest of seanknd.-Antoninfus. Wasu the fight begins within him self a man's worth something. The toul wakes and grows.-Browntg. li HoWksT designs justly resembles our t tevotions, which we must pay and wait for the reward.--Sir Robert IIow. - ird. thi Tatns is nothing that wears out a rig Ine face like the vigils of the card t- i ale, aid those cutting passions which Ju attend them.-Steele. taswm's Up! The Moorings Cast Off. o Majestically the great ocean grey hound do leaves the dock and steams down the river hi outward bound. But are you, my dear sir, m preparedfor the sea skiknessalmost always Incident to a trans-Atlantic trip, with the In fallible stomachic, Hostetter ' Stomach Bit- ti terst If not expect to suffer without aid. a: T...

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. — 30 November 1895

----i-~~ - t=--- VOLUME VIII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. _ ........ I ,,  OF THE IROVOA O. IP YOU DON'"T BREAK DOWN. but whi Oh. toilers in life's vineyard- aed In the country, in the town; bed; but Meep courage! You will get these ight f 1! you still blei Don't criminal roaowal was doo Dowal The ne The future's sun is giving desolati4 All the hills a ilver crown. night lo Stand steady! You will get there, tinued If you Don't \ leaves o Break in the pownt against There's a merry song of roasers kiln. '1 Which no storray winds can drowns though Have faith! You'll fad the harvesth plete. It you circling Don'trea search o Downs Every dence o Let the billows beat the vessel- wrougl Let the skies in anger frown? was tot You'll anchor safe n habofwhich If you Don't mer, w Break tiers w Down! tohave -Irtank L. Stanton, in AtlantJ Constitutls. bear the tro THE HOT WIND. found every 1I FLORA . REGAL less. I man o0 HIS was Mr. Car- of the ter's th...

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. — 30 November 1895

L§ T 1V3ihtsmean SATURDAY AT Va fOVWDNNc. LA. A*n= N. TeniiRI. gaseer and Proetor. rd - November 80, 1895. I For Senator, 25th Senatorial District, W. M. M. Murphy. For Judge, 7th Judicial District, F. F. Montgomery, For District Attorney 7th Judicial I District, 4 SI W. S. Holmes. laish Tloket. For Representative, a C. S. Wyly. For Sheriff, J. W. Dunn. For Clerk 7th District Court, J. D. Tompkins. For Coroner, W. E. Lrng. For Police Jury, 1st Ward............Robt Nicholson, 2nd " ............ . .H. Graham, 3rd " ..............Phil McGuire, 4th " . ......... D. Quays. 6th *" ............. C. A. Voelker. For Justices Peace Third Ward, Chas. R. Egelly and G. M. Franklin. For Constable Third Ward, W. H. Hunter. A State drill will be held at Green vihe, Miss., on the 4th of July next, at which military companies of Mis sessippi and other States will com pete. John D. Rockefeller's wealth is estimated at $200,000,000. His in come is said to be something like $27,000 a day. He has given o...

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. — 30 November 1895

- oI uDR. A. '. : . raduate Blsttmee College en tgery. Cdce hours, 8 to 1:80- .to . run Over Cassell's Drug Stere, Vieobrg, Uae 0. S. WYTL, the .Attozrz'ey at L.aw. can Lake Providence, La. has Practices In State and Federal Cprts, ad OL TTON F. DAVIS, bot Attorney at Luaw, &t Lake Providence, La. of I At Judge Montgomery's law office. slp wit W. D. BELL, , Surgeon and Practicing gysiclan. Mo (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. nDi lues at Bernard drug store. Residence ris next to Metodist Chure Payment for medical services must to be made at the close of each month rcl positively, Vol Local and Parish News. OW The advertisers get the trade. scr A hellofalot of toys at Guenard's. Nov. BOth, 1895, is fast passing away. Af Very little cotton picklyg this week. se Engineers Brown and Shields have for returned. Services at the Episcopal Church to-morrow. me The dilapidated court house needs Ch repairing very much. wi Don't fail to vote at the primary ...

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. — 30 November 1895

'Lwas maeh tos good J kih. I2ºr. )ld yoea I wanted a plaic oo k.' - SevVsad Leader. Ac Awfsl AenA Srs. Doolan-It's too proud yes re talk, Norah Foley, since yea won th' bleyele in th' tin-elat raffle, but If thin ain't ye ould man's pants O'm a asgar. a--sle's Weekly. A LmAl lard oa taps. e. S"Don't you think the baby looks like ov 6e, dear?" asked the proud father. Qtes "Y-e.ee," replied the mother, . can lously, "when it's getting ready to 1V Very."-Washington Star. for i A SIP. Jehs Rligbee--Do you think I will ever have froz is trouble again, doctor? an a Dr. Doem--No; I leave town next shou 'eek. -Pack. ered Bet Not Qguit hoo I acts are almost as stubborn as ýome people.-Life. plae Wome you kill the weeds in your gar- "Is eplant t with good seed; i the ground 1. bewll occupied there will be les need of heal the hoe.--A. Fuller. ever is y4 righ Nerves ri and the and tion Blood t o Are tnseplrMbly coneted.a Thei for m mer depend simply, solely, soldl ask upon the latter. If it is...

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. — 7 December 1895

,~~SATURDAY DECMBE 7, i895.·-.::; /ii~~~ VOLUME VIII, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1895. -  --  m i N ~ m  H iii J H• e m tmN ms i li orB U tM im H Ji n nm ii ma u | m m m egmam m nuememum aam J ~ um mim mi J H D " - L!  - . - .  .-,-;'- ...."  FRO3I THE BACK SEAT. *1 to Driving a horse isone of those simple tb rocesses, like sailing a boat, which pr nyone tan master without previous experience. Everybody knows that hi there is nothing difficult about it, and pe those that have never done it are per- to feetly aware of their ability to do it, th if they choose. m But "driving from the back seat" is quite a different thing; that is a grave ye and serious affair, an undertaking of tb tragic intensity. There is notone mo- m anent o( 6alm, peaceful enjoyment for or those so employed. Every circum- in utance and incident to them is vital and momentous; each turn in the road ui bids fair to be a certain pathway to in destruction; every si...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 December 1895

TRE BANtlNR-UDEWUUAI fIf@lt.lt! !, k:VERY SATURDAY AT Web . t'ROVIDtENCLA. of the newspa .t '\.S N. TURNER, Englan t" ::s:r`.cr and proprietor. nection tervieq urL -- ~ YEAR.the si QtT*r.. I:iPTION: 200 PER I parts. Rev. 4 . December 7, 1895. Secrets sissipp EAST \ '.ItR!;)Lu S CHOICE FOR these I G(l'VIltNOt, see the Yr Y J' O;T. 0 '1 thi kir )l, ST. MARY. The - i-----h---el o Smsall ley R' Mas fl the F -- Missis Di~ ics t Tioket. dietio of lev4 Vor Sclatsr, 2.tlt Senatorial District, on the W. M. Murphy. Unites to be 1 For Jtolge, 7th Judicial District, nal ets F. F. Montgomery, gable For District Attorney 7th Judicial systen District, combi W. S. Holmes. flood 4 ______________ Fifth Paz sh Ticket. State work, For Representative, army, C. S. Wyly. ill b For Sheriff, remot J. W. Dunn. not b 1896. For Clerk 7th District Court, W. J. D. Tompkins. said: are 4 For Coroner, Leve W. E. Long. perfe the 1 For Police Jury, menu 1st Ward...... ...... Robt Nicholson, 2dl "..... . H. Graham, ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 December 1895

TIE BAMNER-BEMOCRAT. 8tturaray, - December 7. 186a. at Sto DR.. A. G. T32.LLAI, nDtatjiNt. Graduate Baltimore College of Dental urgery. Cffece hours, 8 to 1:30--8 to 5. Over Cassell's Drug Store, Vicksburg, Miss. B, O. S. WYLT, .Attorx.ey at Leaw. Lake Providence, La. oi Practices In State and Federal Courts. CLIFTON F. DAVIS, , a&Attorney at I.fwr, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. fr W. D. BELL, L Surgeon and Practicing Pysiclan. ri (Obstetrics a specialty.) M Will respond to all calls, day or night. S Office at Bernard drug store. Residence next to Metodist Churc 2! Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month positively, w S Local and Parish News. h Providence needs a bank. p The saw mill has shut down for the *1 Sseason. y The night marshal must not neglect y his duty. We are glad to report Mr. T. Byrne b improving. b Mack Goodwin is now on the levee p shooting hogs. d Don't everybody send us that Christmas turkey at once. Ther...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 7 December 1895

Weman --Hav you any stove lifter Hardware Clerk (from Boston)-WO have stovelid lifters, madame. I pre game that is what you mean. Woman (defiantly)-I mean stove litters. T be Clerk (patronifzingly)-A store lifter a, would be somet:lag to lift up a stove. A jekscrew, for instance. Woman (angril)-Have y3ou any jack srewrw? The Clerk (surprised)-Y-e-, madame, I prem believe so, in the basement. given Woman (meditatively)-Are they all- or p rer plated? on th Clerk (dumfounded)-No, madame. oet Woman (triumphantly)-Then I don't the la want any. I wouldn't be seen putting He up a stove with Jackscrew that wasn't one silver plated. I'll go deal at some store fathe where they have a better class of cus- ligio tom and keep aristocratic goods. Good ance gmorning.-N. Y. Weekly. been Against All Precedent. hag *It pains me to report," said the been bhairman of the investigating com- tain pittee, "that we have been grievously cund betrayed, grossly deceived." or, a "How?" asked several members in...

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