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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 November 1892

VOLVXIje Vnnerem trafIDJ7C VO V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1892. CRST E RYTHNG. and Javelins ant en of 22. CHRIST EVERYTimNG. fev. T. DeWitt 'blg gain in b o0w Plpit. Ills mW-..c.m Il a iPreset tkM of Chras as te Alpha sad Omea of the oret Plm orf edomptloa. " The following discourse was deliv eyed by Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage to a large coaregat~on assembled to wel come him back to his own pulpit. His text was: Chrstis all sa i all.---Coloelsa lL, 11. Returned after the most eventful summer of my life, I must shortly, and as soon as I recover from the sea voy age, give you an account of our mission of bread to famine-struck Russia, and of my preaching tour through Ger. many, England, Scotland and Ireland; but my first sermon on reaching here mCht be a hosanna of gratitude to a Christ, and from the text I have chosen ~ I have found that the greatest name in the Ocean-shipping, and from Liverpool to Moscow, and from Moscow to Lon. t don and Edi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 November 1892

ThE BANNER-DEMCRAT. &'UBISHIED EV\'EIR SATURDAY AT a.AKE Pt'OV[DENCE. LA. 1. Ta. tTG,.N'. Editor. .TAfrIA N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor. SIJSl'rIPTION : j# 00 IPEP1 EAR. Saturday, - N:,ve.uaer 13, 1892 PZOGSP CT F&R PROTECTION. During the recent campaign we contended with might and main for the election of HoWn. C. J. JBoatner to Congress. Mr. Boatner has been triu:nphaiutly elected over all th'e conmbuined oppcoition in the dis trict, which according to our views, was eianih.ntly the proper thing to have done. Our alvocaey of Mr. Boatner was earnestly and honestly base: upon two c:,atsi.leratione, Po litical and M teriAl. 1'olitical!y epcaiking, Mr. Boatner was the only sure euough Democrat in the race, anoi as a Democrat, we stood by hhih first, last and all the time, until the well earned wreath of a pronounced victory adorned his manly brow. As to the material point, there cannot poesihle be any doubt about his intelligent and practical effective ness in handling...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 November 1892

and Parish Snyosr,. Ta now prepared to run Ilneas.loeate ftrds, -ed com.es. tnrmish full description qflclc "-ons.tinwr &o., aug4aqaj-plts of surves un levei spr pmu poseadralddaiib nwith 4ro Vles, .ut'.i estlpnates 01 eltnankmeun, tlitcl s.he tei lliliag ad tiufli worii of all deserluoa. . Practy 3t tedicine, Surge a4 irtt Oftle apd rysi ionre A triplitasoi S- i tr . alend: -a, OL. e'lepi,.. P. . () rPhysiaut uands turgeon. OtEce on lriatsiet, " $ Wlll practice in all the branuches of his 1'rlfeeseon. Calls aus*nered promptly day and night. S W. D. 0L.L, Su:rgon aun Practlering :'hpacilan. O vtcttlci a .ýeeiality ) Will resnonl: to ilIca!ls. day-er iaht. Oflice at Bern:r6 drlaI Stoire. Ig(ltcuce next to Methodist Church A. 0. aNaD Practicing Pystlciia amd Sien, C sasswerept p.l-day º ht. NWat the O n's red ce ypin 1'taptdatasit tee h O3BT. wC1TSTONw. Councel!er and Attorney at Law, Rayville. La. WUL pr8astlefn u parlatia4WMoaiou be. West Carroll and a& 4.d-. marcourt in...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 November 1892

The Banner-Democrat. Published Every Saturday. LAKE PROVIDENr'E riTrISTANA THE VERY SMART YOUNG MAN. " Eureka:" said Young Leatheiead, and he laughed in his boyish glee, "Just wait till I start out and then I'rll let these fogies see That they're too slow for to-day, you know, they cannot strike its gsit: 'll1 teach them how to capture tame and for tune while you wait" And he smiled a smile s he thought awhile and he laid him out a plan To win more gold than a beank could hold, did the very smart young man " My sire's a good old soul," maid he, "but oh! It would drive me mad To have to save from here to the grave as has my poor old dad; And after I've been gone awhile it w9i be a joy profound To come and show folks how I'll sow my stack of wealth around." And he saw, did he, glad things to be when be his course began, And he paused to get a cigarette, did the very smart young man. And there came a day when he went sway, this youth who would fortune win. He had fixed a scheme, 'twas ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 26 November 1892

. @3. a • . . VO LAKE IDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1892.NO.23 ,==, ,, , ,,= .._.= hi NEIGHORS IN MARS. . S(V.-, ,E s: " FISHERS OF MEN. A Bibi tool fRev. T. De WIt Urtge with Christial okp. p 8on pen T ey Should Lsaaek Oat Iteo Deep Water and Spread 'heir gets W here war san ald stamers Do kiet hm Aboud. that whi The following discourse was delivered dyir In the Brooklyn tabernacle by Rev. T. leas De Witt Talmage, from the text: scot Launch out lato the deep.-L-ke v.. 4 save Christ, starting on the campaign of the the world's conquest, was selecting his us I staff officers. There were plenty of and students with high foreheads, and V white hands and intelligent faces, and mal refined tastes, in Rome and Jerusalem. the Christ might have called into the epic apostleship twelve book-worms, or you twelve rhetoricians, or twelve artists. and Instead he takes a group of men who sati had never made a speech, never taken a hob lesson in belles-letters, never bee...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 26 November 1892

THE BAPER-DEMOCRAT. ls ittI1 .VER" SATURDAY AT L.LKE L'i V J1' -NF E,. LA. ). !.. M't)RG IX, E i . *.I fl3J N. TURNE: YPablhber and Prnp , t T.] It t 8 turl .y, - N ~'. zr 23. 189t2 t Clove a: :l's p ,npa:tr plr ty will t rmach over half . u:lis'. I "Th' mtns u:ii iet cut of a wa: the hooiier- goi: :,ack: on Ben. a thc I)Dý:uo, ;:sa is tae next C tl ge.ss will hnave a m:ority of 84 over f all. it 'rhe l]:it he.trl. of John Sherman I he wa' chali;ig arouIal Eliza Pink- 1 stoun's ghot t.I b The Chitctgo Inter-Ocean is in 'ter n the Jleep busoa of the Demlocratic g ocean buriei. b Cholera is reported to have broken out anew in the north of Frace, Hol-e land. and Hungary. A rich go:, rtine was recently dis- a covered in Nova bootia, about thirty e: miles from Truro. w Gen R-,)ecrans (old Rorey) is se rioualy ill in 1ashinigton city and not expected to recover. The coloredr vote in Ohio, Indiana w and Illinois went largely Democratic n4 in the Presidential election. Mr. John A. Morri...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 26 November 1892

In mast a them r Sn-.w sleed. , the ro_ and corners,tu p offees telli tion tlbe 1te&4i to tjey lle rain leveorp ifft'tlth pro. Ti ties. mtake estimnates of embsetmentn. dltches.hrtage building and publie works tot orall deseriltloss. r. Dr. 1LR. 34Y, Iria~1! Medliaee, O Obstetri f ti Omr. and reasT nee bit Alphs plantation I parisih Bunch's Bend. P. O.. Brunette La. Mr. . . . .... h e lI W. E. LONS, Ce w 'hysiciau and Surgeon. w her'n Office on Lake street, verSit gil*"Will practlice in.all the breuches 4 e f of his Profession. Calls ansere,' I; j _promptly day and night. ,w. g We W. D. BSLL, W~en, Surgeon and Practidcng Physlciat. oI f th "' (Ohstetrn5 s a specialty 1 I +'til respond to all calla, day orniglit Caarri Office at aerrnard dram store. Residencee Ihtn next to Methoumst Church el. Comunelor and I ey at.,. . Ray ville. La. P4oIla ' levee Will practice in thi parishes olMorehonee, Cot t Outchita. Riehlanud Franklin. Maditocn. COI, West Carroll and atted every teri"teo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 26 November 1892

The Banner-Democrat. Published Every Saturday. LAKE PROVIDENCE, LOUISIANA. THET YOUNGSTER'S SONG. ay, stranger, things has changed out here; 'tanlt very long age Snoe this big town was nothin' but the ranch of old Bill Coe: We called it Freedom Camp, sad every Sunday all the bors Would meet to tfrot of old Bill's tent and make a precious maase. There's nothin' makes our sort of men as happy as a din, And so with tbout and crack of gum, we used to sail right in: We'd fight and race, and try or strength, till balf the sight was speat, And them we'd go with curse and laugh to drink in old Bill's tent. The only one that didn't drink er earry on, or swear, Was siekly, and they'd sent him there for Col. orado asr; Be was a youngster 0ely, but he madesn ranch. men mad Hemme he looked so solesm bhen we acted t, extra bad. One Sunday niaght the noise eased up, and soon the eamp was still, As each eas ofu s stood and watched the mooe rise o'er the hill Idon't know bow it happened, but it loo...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 December 1892

.. .. b............ii imnm m miu m eam a p m m e ime e e ala em u m m m anu uln- ... ' ...... - | i , , .. . ........ . sem * ... ag meno m  VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1892. NO. 24. COLIUMBUS' CAREER, zar T. D*Wsl rt l ýe ws it from a Ra lioous t. the oars !sv abesor's L Teseres sof.e Valuable Leeme, Pueselpsi Ameeg Wahs Is Imsed ness oe P'rpose. The following discourse, delivered in the Brooklyn tabernacle, was Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage's contribution to the religious observances in connection with the Columblan celebration Ills text was: ", It aup thine eyes westward.-De-t I, M. So God said to Moses in Bible times and so He said to Christoforo Colombo; the son of a wool-comber, of Genoa, more than four hundred years ago. The nations had been looking chiefly toward the east. The sculpture of the world, the architecture of the world, the laws of the world, the philosophy of the world, the civilization of the world, the religion of the w...

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 December 1892

- TE BAHMER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLLqRME) IVEiRh FATURiDAY AT LAKE PRUVIIIENCE. L.• D. T. ",MRG ,N'. Editor. JI..MF9S N. TURNE'I , Publisher antd Proprietor. C1 ...I.'T..... i sOT' f'P Y TE - S:!ur'lay, - i'ember 3, 1892 .Tlhe hIlirsgcd liarvert in November w:W a co:mh',te finiture. The Al liance ubligt;nms did';t p:an out well. Tle i:rgt wire rope ever mauu f:. inr., ws maile in Cardiff, Wales, last w:ek ; two miles and 108 yards lo1ng: JTAiniy 1. Diveuport's uccounts as; sup:,erviOtr of electi-n in New Pork, .vi!l be close!y scrutinized before being pail. A special session of Congress is a Repubhiean notion, which President Clevehmui1 would do well to ignore Entirely. The country needs quie tu' le. The Mercer county, N. J., grand jury fli their report to the court last week re:onimended the establishment of & whifpting post for wife beaters. Seiai 9 grand jury. Mlassachusetts has re-elected Gov. Russell with a plurality of 2,968, whilc the Republican Lieut. Gover nor has a plurality ...

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 December 1892

a"SurwyoL Tb now prepared . locate lands, fnd earners, turmni tloi ofloca tltim.r ha auek. .n sirveys rn levees forp pposag) aye with pro fip as eatmn,1e- .e enymbm katenta, diteoshbritge beildal" aod public worsts orb 11 desertutions. IDr. R,-W. Y, ) dclne, Su e srset SICWII practice in all the branches of his Profession. Calls answere promptly da and night. (Oibtetric as peciat ) Will respond to all calls, day ornlht. OfceCs at d drug store. Mlsfdence ijo Methodist Church 30Q% WHZTSTONS. Couneuer and Attorney d La, Rayville. - Ia. $i1 practice in the parishes ot1vreboune, cisehit, Richsland, Franklin. Madison. West Carroll and attend every temof court in East Carroll: also theCircuit apd Supreme courts ot the State. Will give -Special and prompt attention to all busines entrusted to me. sept.3 Church Directory. Divine servies in the Methodist church as follows: Providence 1st ad 3rd SUlldayb, 11 a. m. " lt and 3rd " 7 p. m. Pecan Grove, 3d and 4th Sunday's, 1 a. inm. Rrnsyl...

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 December 1892

The Banner-Democrat. Published Every Saturday. LAKE PROVIDENCE. LOUISIANA. 1 - •· r-- ......... • MY MOTHER'S BIRTHDAv Days of mingled joy and griet, Days of stol and sweet relief, Days of languor sore, sad pal, Days of smiling rest again; All have passed, and now to-dar, Pmae psases on his hurried way, . BIlla with meaning gravely sweet, -Lad lays a birthday at your feet. adMh the years have brought to thee: A tender, boundles obarity, 'A eaim and graieous womanhood, The streagth which wraps the truly good, A dbal of manner like the scent Of vislets with breeses blent, lle, from his treasures manifold, Rath peered on you his purest gold, And underneath the strain of care, LAke chords of musio quaint and rare, Soft breathings of affection come, 'And ar11 with melody the home. Sweet heart! Those dear hands of thins Are made for minIstries divine; For seothing weary ones to rest. )'or sldpaing children to thy breast, 'For true lobe's service, simple, sweet, Leading souls to the Maste...

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 December 1892

4·-·~ 4 ~ VOLUME V. .: ,,.. . VOLUME V. LLAKE PROVIDENCE, .EASiT CARREOLL PARISH, L.., SATURDAY, , 18 ·:i4tlP~~·WJ AT LAST. The years I let boes I knew you, Level Oh, the bills I eImbe sad came not to yed, Ah! who shall eader unto aus to make Us glad, Tic things wlch for and eo each ethers sake We might have bad? If yeou sn I had st msa played together, Love, Two speecless babies in the summer wesat-er Love. By one sweet brook which though It dried up Ao 8till maites h me a sweeter song to-day Then all I know. If handtis hea treug the myseiros gate way, Love, Of womanhbood, we bad Iert looked, and straightway, Lovre Had whispered to each other softly, ere It yet Was dawn, what now ia noonday heat sad fesa We both forget If all a this had given its completeness, Love, To every hour would it be added sweetness, SLove! Could I know sooner whether it were well Or ll With thee! One wish eslti meore surely tell, More swift ')!54 Ah: vainly thus I sit and dreams, Losing the precious presen...

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 December 1892

THE B.SElI-GEMOCRAT, I'UBI.Su!Dn EV!.t S"ATURDAY AT ti: I.AiKE i'LOVID)ENCE. LA. i me . . . . . . ,bei act P. IL. Mtc)ISo N. FAlitor. J.TA. ;i N. TURNER, P'ubl tser and Proprietor. an Dc sce SnitrJat, - DTc :crcr 10. 1802 en ior Jdoy houiid died at 9:15 a. m. on wc the :t in.t. en IA)wolded (toi+ :vith Radical frauds. w The D. S. Pl'=.'i,,n list. PO ý -- - of Clevelaid' will secure the vote of th one of the electors from Ohio. tei S - so Hot SpringQ, Ark.. is to have an 5e electric rainlwarat an early day. They all wiat office, and those he whb have ollIces are anxious to hold tic on to the:n. S There are nl)w under the control of the government 16,869 money. er order oill cs. Republllcan editors throughout the th country are crying aloud for new w party leadcrs. th The State of Alabama will grant Mrs. Jefferson Davis an annual life pension of $5800. E Dr. Tal:nage is billed to lecture at rc the Presbyterian Church in Jackson, cl Miss., next month. 't The professional politician wi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 December 1892

Ta now niepated to týM 'eif.tnil pe zit leV e with le ea t km t bNW. `t,6N ' Phystel ainds surgeon. 9la8*.41i are 'Ire et, SWifi practice in All the biasuches of. hi Profes ion. Calls,.,onswcered promptly day and night. - W.D. BEi ZLL, Surgeon ahd'PracticiPly aiela. - qObtericp a specialty) ti9 respond ti vl ltllJ, dky: *. (kl t. e Ofre at Bernard drug store. *idence •. Lbt Metbodist Cbhure, RBL WZTQ NEa Coaue ir and Law, .f avJ * " : dL S 1A~ te i bsee lM onobe , o; =-dt attýu t roldtS. "icoun Sa (Et Catrolh also tbeCtlml l and reme counts of the State Will" gie rspl amd spomp ttet$luoa40o ijl business sled 'Churbch 1N.eotmsY Divloe aerviel in t.sipb40dtt ebutcb as olow : " "' DR. A. G.TL.L 'ie ti, &r Graduate BstiUmo ,T#Qg ra enttl eisarry. Cfies b~ Lt & ~ to I. Over Cassell's Dtrug eotipchrgI Miss. Loral and Parish News. Shetiff Dunn . River rising. Gauge telds OT. - Hon. P. DL. Quays was In ti n on Irvin Dais b ni "iis f4 ale. abe his notice. 'Thera was a down pour of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 December 1892

-- _ - - n , So tese Waves. A Meppsansed basbeler has said that Susas ue after marriage a man's wife ases tor be supremely attractive to himn Never was a greater libeL Beauty re sarved sad grace retalsed ea never lose their harm or ield their empire. The nsrvation oi oar bodies Ia their original aperfeto and comseliness is a sacred duty. Every young mother who will faful ly earry eat the directions iven with each bottle of "Mother's Priena" will sevur ioes figure or eompiero . The dainty bud will mature into blooming roue, and old age will aBd her blein the dby she st us "Mothr' Fri " old by dal drug. ugists. A Br. Jonxesear schoolboy being asked what stalactite was, replied : "A stalactite is where the waes leaks through and stinks on."-B-L Jobnsburg (VL) CaledoonIa. If Te reatho Pelsea, N lss than Iyou swallow It, it will Im pregnate and destroy you. If you live or sojourn In a malazios locality, be assured that you must inhale the germs of disease. Nlllify and render these barml...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1892

.'. .. . • , .. VOLUME V. LARE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., ATURDAY, DCI7, : INý ,im IA ,, S A U R A , INI M M 4 7l4II ,. II I I l. THE _ FINGFjR OF GOD. A It Mp be Seen Naverywhwe and ix verylthing !onow the Peltisg of the Divine Fingez a Yoa e* It Yoerself-It Poits to the isas gh.d Through seashie adr shadow. S The "Finger of God" furnished the subject for a recent sermon delivered 3 . Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage in Brook .- takbernacle. His text was: .. IPnaer of God.--,odau is., It Pharaoh was sulking in his marble -_. tltojl e at Memphis Plague after Plait eoome, and sometimes the S Egyptias mu arch was disposed to do better, but it the lifting of each plague he was as bad as before. The necro mancers of the palace, however, were compeled to recognize the Divine movement, and after one of the most exasperating plagues of all the series they cried out in the words of my text: "This is the finger of God"-not the first nor the last time when bad people said a good thing. An...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1892

THE BARNER-DEMOCRAT. , fut FUBLISIED EVEtRI SATURDAY AT LAKE FROVIDEN A. L it wil bal D. L. MORGAN. Editor. r JAMJrS N. TURNER, ex , b, sher a n- oe .to. no thi in 8aturday, -December 17, 1892 co NEXT YELl'S COTTON CROP. th Midd'ing cotton for several weeks ol past has been wavering between the 9 and 10 cents figres, going as high Is 9 7-8. and is now almost staton- a' ary at 9 6-8, waiting as it were, for l the coming receipts until the close of the year, when it will doubtless make a decided move in one direction or another. When we remember the sales wade at less than seven cents in the early part of the season 11 etfore the belief l .the short- pr ness of the drop was generally known and fully established, and compare them with the figures now governing the market, we cannot but begin to . serimly east about for somae sure methdd to prevent the recurrence of ki such .a evil, whereby the producer L becomes so badly feeced. The laws governing the staple in h the numerous markets ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1892

alsoA ash at U ane pttedp to run linee.lloete lands, _ad eomrmer, t nrlsh fll deserlptton ofloca lts, ttmler kls., nd make platrot surveyr hi evea trpPaesesofdraiage with pro Ale O mie saduate. et eaubshnkme4tr, dteehr building .and ublfo works. of al esieritiosa. Dr. "W. .E.&Y, Praetltoner of Meietotae, Al$avwg sad .O etearcs Obdee ars ee n A lap plantation P. O. l Brette La. VW. E. LONG, Physela and Surgeon. Oen on Lake street, MP'WtIi practice in all the briiches g' his Protuislon. Labs kasWered Somptly day and night . aD. SELL, Serge.. and Practicing PhyIciar. 1 (Obsttrtn a' speealty ) Will rspond to-all calls. day ornaight. Ofi at Beroard drug store, IResidence next to Methodist Churqh EOT. WaaTSTBoa. Bmall ad Attnlm at Lar, Rayville. - La. Wilt praetlee ton the partabe olMorhboue, Oaschita, fiohLsod, Franklia. Madison. West Carroll and attend every ternaefeourt In Bat Carroll: also thecrceul and Supreme courts of the State. Will give special and prompt attention to all bu...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 December 1892

The Banner-Democrat. Published Every Saturday. T,ARI F P IROVtr TN-' T/bT-TTA'TA THE CROW HILL SCHOOL, It seems like a dream to me now how Jim usd I used to go Plowing our way to the district school through the deeply drifted snow; Our homespun suits were of black sheep's wool, pauoons, ackets and all; Our shoes were made of the "beef critter's" hide father killed in the fall; The boys took turns in the winter at outting the stovewood to ft; 'Tnes an exercise we detested, but we made the best of it The schboolbouse was old and shabby frem the peltnglas of many a storm The glass was out of the windows, it was awful hard to keep warm; The schoolmaster's desk was whittled by knives of boys by the soore, Initials, peepholes and ink spots were thiek on •'4 the sagging old doorQ I gt the name of my sweetheart in the lid of my desk one day, And the schoolmaster "warmed my jaket" in the old origial way. Whebever we disobejeorders the ferruleeams into play. And it left a sting behind it tha...

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