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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 March 1897

VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1897. * ALL RIGHT IN THE END. Cl Your heart is bowed with a transilent j a( grief, W Four eyes are mimsy with tears; ls T'heres it sorrow deep and .there's no at relief os Ahead in the nmaze of yeari'. so So It setemis to -,(; :IS you wteeL) to-day, I ( Yet sJrrow may be your frieind: tLh Ho keep up your courage a while and Ihi pray, let 'Twill conie out riglht in the end. 11h There never was. day so dark and drear til But that, ere the sands had rIun, h The clouds wouht shift and the heavens e To the smiling tac,' of the sun. fe 'there never was ncruel stab or blow v; Inflicted by foe or friend I'i Eut there was a balm, God willed it sit so 'Twill conte out right in the end. lie re There never was love so cruelly to wringeid 9 Or throttled by vengeful lies, w But time atoned for the joys you ri, longed, tih And love that was crushed would br rise. a 0, heart, rise up from the slough's de- int spond, Jo Your fai...

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. — 6 March 1897

a ` she PIOYDorNCZ. LA. A ,. s =.d .. . TURNER. b u'ad Wroprietor. .gWnCRUNTION: 8300 PER FTAR. Saaturday, March 6, 1897. Seven tho pension bills pass ed the 4th It' is ex- esident Cleveland "uawept, Bthofnored and unsung !" It was on to Washington. Now it if.rom Washington, except the a~ seekers, who no doubt were in the majbrity. Tensas parish donated $1012 to 'the dr6uth sufferers of Northwest utiISaaa, seven large boxes of Zothilg and shoes. This speaks for Tenses and its generous peo the last acts of President d was to veto the immigra which he says was.unneces e a~and oppressive. C6n Bu4* will feel elated over Mardi Gras was a grand success and there were more Northern visi tors to the Crescent City than ever bfore, 'The city was crowded, and the hotels were turning away visitors stveril davs. Governor Bushnell, of Ohio, who, a fe days ago wae an honor to his State, has fallen. The pressure was too great, and he 'bad to appoiun Hanna to fill Senator Sherman's un expired ter...

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. — 6 March 1897

THE BAHIER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, March 6, 1897. L. K. BARBER, A.TTORNEY-AT-LAw. Lake Providence, La. C. F. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Lake Providence, La. Local and Parish News. The jail continues empty. Not a house for rent in town. Business Is very dull in town. Shields ie Captain of the yacht. Max Levy with a big stock of goods. We are now in the blustering month of March. Don't forget Levy when you want1 clothing. The trees are putting on their sum. mer foliage. Lots of corn l.as already been plant. ed in our parish. Another drove of mules arrived in town on Monday. Call at White's for pretty styles of goods just received. Dry goods sell in Providence& cheaper than in Vicksburg. Max Levy has commenced openlng{ his large stock of spring goods. We are glad to report that Mr. Fred Schneider continues to improve. Lake Providence should have a first class hardware house. It would pay. Only two more of the Millikin & Hamley front lots for sale on the lake. Do away with a few chroni...

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. — 6 March 1897

biib as. - s bsS - ld~eU wdout krrrs . It the r erao r sh : gdg by druog Sshwue dollar. For .b4, ghtmn r etn" k mabs h t freew th i ap sdi ad hd yoursa if i er sad - sears yo, t it ' h he of this gpa ait Sthe geaanleses of this oder. aln want to move moun to attract attention to The who spends his 11ife n try. S to make this world like heaven I godlike work. an who always does his best @1 steady demand for the can dao. wisdom didn't count for Pharaoh's daughter found S  beart. s how much angels are when a preacher fails to his prayerful best? May a man is screeahqigravel, who S ight be dressing diamonds, had he S epti Ionp lroved his time. i" f the devil loves his own he most be I g1hted with the man who says mean i':,igs i an s anonymous letter. i ap a man grovels in the dust, who aa a&s 1m long enough to reach the ;W, ift he wold onl put It out. It s have only one talent we may , Winas high favor as the man who has .- e, If we will 4ply improve it as welL SWhs~ a mfr begin...

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. — 6 March 1897

"- "B' TP ." '" - it t iii, -r _ I ll r~ t. VOL. IX, LAKE PROYII)ENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1897. .  Hr 'x : T' ':) •yx f.' .ý. k 4,m .Y~ ; _ _ mlr Q`I ".NN, tN ,y./ " I P I N H m l a ALL RIGHT IN THE END. Your heart Is bowed withh a transient grief'. Your eyes are min-ty wih tear; 'lTher-es a sorrow deep and there' no relief Ahead in the rmaz,. of yi:trs. S, it s.,ulls to yo yu as you v(epc-l, to day, Yet sorow i may iwe your frlic.d: So keep up your courage a while andl 'Twill come our right in the end. 'Ihere never was day so dark and drear But that. e'r the sands hadil run, The clouds would Shlift and the heavens clear To the smiling face of the sun. Thlern- no\ver l aL crrtuel stab or blow Intflitidl by fue or friend Iut there \\as a blinm, God willed it F.0 - 'Twill come out riglt in the end. There never was love so cruelly wiong.-i Or throtttled by vengeful lies, But tiume atoted for the joys you longed, Ami love that was crushed would rise. 0, hear...

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. — 6 March 1897

THE BARINER-0DEu OCRAT, IoR PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT rial fro LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. the aop have a JAIKS N. TURNER. toney Publisher and Proprietor. suffere Sgood v sUB8CRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. It will tide tli Saturday, March 6, 1897. and pt Shelp; < Seven thole p nsion bills pass- ary as ed the 54th grss. came t ising all It is e resdent Cleveland- tried "uniwept, hincred and. unsung!" duy t it was on ahington. Now it assists is off froms ngton, except the or of bfe e seker; rho no doubt were in the po the m t tion 1 Tenasa; parish donated $1012 to a frui the drid b sufferers of Northwest been Loulsl seven large boxes of fawmi clothling and hoes. This speaks fortal well for Tenses and its generous.peon tables fear 1 P _ _ _ in thi Sof the last acts of President and jOt lmnd was to veto the immigra- As tkie bill, which he says was unneces- pecal AzI irsh and 6ppressive. Con- the 2 Back will feel elated over agan ii. terro nami Gras was a grand success this S~ea were more Nort...

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. — 6 March 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, March 6, 1897. L, K. BARBER, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. Lake Providence, La. C. F. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT.LAw, Lake Providence, La. Local and Parish News. The jail continues empty. Not a house for rent in town. Business is very dull in town. Shields Is Captain of the yacht. Max Levy with a big stock of goods. We are now in the blustering month of March. Don't forget Levy when you want clothing. The trees are putting on their sum mer foliage. Lots of corn Las already been plant ed in our parish. Another drove of mules arrived in town on Monday. Call at White's for pretty styles of goods just received. Dry goods sell in Providence cheaper than in Vicksburg. Max Levy has commenced opening his large stock of spring goods. We are glad to report that Mr. Fred Schneider continues to improve. Lake Providence should have a first class hardware house. It would pay. Only two more of the Millikiu & IHamley front lots for sale on the lake. Do away with a few chronic kickers,...

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. — 6 March 1897

4 ow ef'' f'ar ow!, L WInab n ew o esa iam ksil W ..e fis sed 1et s'Algpn twome1 r 1 heU ah esaWi.memtsedpss ai pt ssta dý s ittose of the kidefs a r@1 saa linen t is posit*1 e nsr es. nstuObI . Too frequet dGa todutaOe* pain A the back is aso osvli g po that the kid. soy sad bladder aee eat f ader WIaT TO DO. SThee is comfost in the knowledgs ofte b pressd, that Dr. tilmer's 5waemp-oot, rthe reat kidney remedy, tfulfi eery wish in relling pain in the beeok,hidneys, ii 4w, bladdr and every part of the urinary pas ages. It eorreets Inability to hold urine aadiadlng pain n paing It, or bad effects o)ltonlg use of liquoer, win or beer, and Meomeu that unpleasst neessnty of being i oUed.to get up many tln during the V-bt to urlnater The mild pad the estraor _ s ry effect of Swamp-Boot Issoon realised. tistands the highest for its wonderful oures e. the most distressing eases. Sold by dru gistp, price fifty eents and one dollar. FdF a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mall, ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 March 1897

a- t VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL. PARISH, LA., SATURDAY; MARCH 13, 18V7. LOVE AND HUMAN NATURE. Talc of a'Short Courtship on the Mississippi River. 23Y JOHN HABBI3 TON. CIAI'TER I. Jack Brewster was a Yankee who thought he linew everything, yet he knew only two things well-honey and heredity. lie got and sold more honey from a riven number of swarms of lees than any other man in his native State, as many re; orts of county and State fairs still prove, and his honey was the swoettst an clearest that ever reached the markets of Boston and New York. He knew what to plant and when to plant it in o(rd. r to have a great deal besides chance bloomn for his bees to de pend upon, so besides getting more I honey than anyone else he never lost a swarm of bees by a strike against poor browsing ground and a consequent ntd gration in search of better. As for heredity, why, human nature was almost a!l he found worth studying after he left school. An early copy in his writing book at sch...

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. — 13 March 1897

U- THE BAIER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHIED $VERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. S. . . _ , n . . . .  JAMES N. TURNER, Publither and ,Proprietor. UBSICRIPT1ON : $200 PER Y EAR. Saturday, March 13, 1897. MILES' PREDICTIONS. B3elow we publish a letter from Mr. J. B. Miles. of Helena, Ark., to the Vi.:ksba.r Post on the condition of the * stage of the river and the levees: The engineers have been anxious to have a 'high-water" to test their levees and en:>loe them to see how much higher. if any, they will have to be built. hl'is rise is not going to break the levees. But if they will note the height of the water at different points along the river, they can give a pretty go9d guess. Let them note the stages at the different points, and then see how high the river itat Cairo, and be low Arkansas the stage of Arkansas and White rivers. I would suggest a gauge every te.i miles taking the high water mark as zero and connt up and down. Take last year. 1896-the high est stage at Cairo was 39 2,...

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. — 13 March 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday,. March 13, 1897. L. K. BARBER, ATTORNEY-AT.LAw. Lake Providence, La. C. F. DAVIS, ATTORN~ Y-AT.LAW, Lake Providence, La. Local and Parish News. It will soon be bad roads and sipage water. Go out to the Episcopal Church to. morrow. It takes the hustling man to build up a town. The river continues to rise at an alarming rate. There was a very heavy rain on Fri day of last week. The minstrels, the minstrels. Don't forget, and be on hand. Mr. R. J. Walker purchased several mules on Saturday last. Dr. W. E. Long was up from the second ward on Monday. Get in your announcements. The I early bird catches the worm. I The levee across Grant's canal was F completed on Thursday evening. d Mr. Jake Marcus will soon open up a dry goods store on Lake street. E A civil term of the 7th District Court has been going on this week. Mr. Max Levy invites the public to a call and look at his fine line of shoes. t Charley Whittington can give you P all the river news you want...

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. — 13 March 1897

bIlats es lat been arge demand A for toe machines of small capacity sp ae eally adapted for use in villages, or in ar large stablisments at a distance from rom the town supply. A new form of such ac a machine is constructed to make 10 To wt of lce ia 24 hours. It is worked on the h the ammonia absorption system, and large operated by steam. It consists of two has e steel eylJdrical ammonia heaters, in- Jcsu closed in steel casings, and containing Ie m coils of iron pipes. These cylinders are none charged with a solution of ammonia, a ch one charge being enough for twelve .a n months' working. The mach;te is sup- sick.' plied with steam by a two brioe power Th ,boller, a. a pressure of 45 pounds, the ed a average cost of fuel being al out five no n cents an hour. The machine cnn also the be arranged to work in comhtnation 181, with a gas-fired boiler, and with super- whic heated steam. By the addition of an 20 a agitator the machine will produce what Md is known as crystalline ice, w...

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. — 20 March 1897

Ls.W~ ~~~be~· nu ______ 4. N1 EAT CAhRROLL PARISHI LX. SATU'RDAY, MARCh120, 1897. NO. 40. '"1. XLAKE PROVI1)LAL'T~1~ L LOVE AND HUMAN NATURE. Tale of a Short Courtship on the Mississippi River. BY JOHN I-IABERTON. (ICHAPTERt I.--Contlnu'ed. Iast When thll old man went away Jack snlol retired to his little cabin and pretended "I" to go to sleep, but he spent a Imoist un- niv I comfortable night. Whyi, even his boat cxl cabin, not t,.n feet sn uar', was a palace "I' compar',d with the house at which he frir ha:i taken supper. The lica of a man t to r, Land womanl bringing up such a daughter I do in such a place! \V:hat co(ild they eo told thinking of, or, could it be they did not p,oit think at all? lie thought his own q;uar- fore ters cramped and hii. river life almost as yel quiet as 1a hormit's, yet if that girl li\edi urt on a bee-b: at she would se' a great yVl,: deal more of the world and its inhabit- litki iunts than sihe ever could while she ini- Pr lhablted that Ia :'.' cbin....

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 March 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, littar PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT aid LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. tun 0pot JAMES N. TUIRNER. Ihav .publisher and Proprietor, of f then -1--- 100 BSCRI"TION : $200 PIER YAR. iA SMail ` Saturday, Mlarch 20, 1897. lowi - - into tvve RIVER NEWS: i~g poli Lake Providence, La., March 10, 18S7." slt Danger lAne. Height. Change. Riase. Fall. Lake Providence ...35.(0 87.70 0.7 0.0 nece •Vickslburg .......... 41.00 "42.o7 0.5 0.0 prot Fituslurg .........00 7.30 0.0 10 4 par amdnnati ...... .45.00 40,(4) 0.1 0.0 Lemthile ...... .. 24.0 18. 0 0.0 0.4 th Naehvtie.......... 40.00 4..011 0.6 0.0 parr ( hattanoogas......... .00 3.08 0.0 2.02 rei St. Louis .......... 80.(00 16.09 0.2 00 Cairo ............ 4 3.00 0.4) 0.0 the emnphis .......... 88.00 86.09 0 3 0.0 cce Hielena .............37 00. 46.07 0.8 0.0 past Fort Smith ......... - 00 10.(9 39 0 0ron I.Ittle Rock......... 3)1 18.02 5.4 0.0 Arkansas c'ty .......44.00 ' 46.07 0.1 0.0 prie The gauge read yesterday morning at 9 lete...

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 March 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Tr Saturday, March 20, 1897. & M. preci L. K. BARBER, usinf St. I. ATTO: NEY-AT-LAIVw. Lake Providence, La. chaff at a C. F. DAVIS, you ATTOIRNEY-AT-LA, to a or til Lake Providence, La. addr Local and Parteb News. A. Illi. Rain, rain, rain. Loul It is about time to revive the bicycle burp dub. Max Levy's line of shirt waists are pretty. CP White's wash fabrics are unaur passed. ever White is still receiving a fine line of goods. The home of the dead hat been put pap( in order. elect hiot Don't send off for any article you can get at home. reso The Lenton season gets in its work on the finy tribe. The river is being watched. It will come up all the same. I) The rains we are having is iotorfer- Vicl ing with the planters. ing There was very little business in 11ot town on Saturday last. dent A touch of winter-only to remind fore us that it is still with us. fact Our mails arrive on good time, con- font sidering the very bad roads. F Competition even in deadly ...

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 March 1897

An ladlsA OCotteoaLtO5L J There Is an Indian yt ngatertalnla the people of London now who is sald to be worth crossing the sea to behold. The I -He is a Brahman, according, to one of his admirers and celebrants; one of the old, old sect of cave worshipers, whose.ancestori were practically intel- Sub. llgent men in times when ours ran Swild in the woods and stained them- Taxi S elves with wood. H!s elaborate con- stars a tortions take the shapes of flowers, A co fruits, animals and even buildings, and Tekon be Is the master of no fewer than the n r eighty.four deflnite postures, every one grain. of which would be a painful impossi. more' bility to any ordinary contortionist. just bS A pensioner of the War or 1812. fron~ Mrs. Susan Slocum, of Newport. It. , I. oor m' tno has just celebrated the ninetieth ,nd p anniversary of her birth, is one of the ires ni few pensioners of the war of 1812, her 3o1 husband, (torge Slocum, having served u A as a drummer boy for the hoine guards ant, ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 March 1897

o ~1, ," o . rS VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1897. • . . .n· L .1 ., 'u "At ,r muA 9 ,' 1.I...a n "l."- LIFE, DEATH, HEREAFTER. - To L single strain upon the harp of time, yo1 Awakened by the gentle touch of love; WI A lingering echo dying on the air: .: And then--a soundI of nlelo+ly tabove. I -TLIILIAN 4BARiKERt in P'eterson. no at fot TOMMY BROWN'S BEST GIRL. I Inwl Tolilly BIrotW Was not to b e envite. i 11 F'or a young fellow with his gifts ill lai tile way of collnversa:tion anlld good ii! looks, to be stack away in a place like [ Sittonis I 'rIIiiers, was, to say the lleast le of it. harI luck. Sutltos'. Corners was a way stultioll on the .i.K. & Q. branch, li m not even on the main line itself. ''lhere I werle only two passenger trains aIt day Ie -each wa;y. and 11now and thllen a long. bt straggling freight. Sutton's Corners Ill consisted ilostly of a big frame depot painted a dirty red. with a number of ou more or less dila...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 March 1897

THE BAHNNERDEMOCRAT, Me .--- --- - PUBLISlED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. r the _ - -ý. Fil. JAMES'N. TURNER, Publishber and Pruprletor. Pre SUBSCIIPTlON: $200 PER YEAR. (i par Saturday, March 27, 1897. nuo _______________ PIG RIVER NEWS. low Lake rovidence, i.a.. March 026, 1897. bus Danger Line. Hleght. Cllhate stri IRhbe. Fall. L-tke Providence.... ', f0 42110 0."0.0A V ckcpI'urg ..........41.09 48.08 0.4 0.0 lift tinr n tau ...... . 4i.00 a.20 0.0 1.2 des u r 4.lt y..)....... . r a 1 0.0 1.n tail Nashv' ile........... 4.00. 3O .t'4 0.0 4.l3 Chattanooga........ :.3.00 14 a 0.0 3) cor tro .. .......... 40 00 5.66 station'y se Meniphlh ..... :.3.' 3b.0(t, 0.0 0.1 all Ileena .....37 ,) 414.07 0.2 0.0Le ittlt [Rnock ....' .23.00 47.047 0.0 bet. .rkansaM Ctl ......42'0 1.00 0.8 0.0 sai T rgauge read yesterdiy morning at ,4 o'clock. 41.901. a rise of 5% tenth to twenty- lot Ieor hours, whiCil now sIakes the river I foot higher than was ever known at this lolnt, wrich was Ju...

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. — 27 March 1897

THE BANIER-OEMOCRAT. Saturday, March 27, 1897. L. K. BARBER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Lake Providence, La. O. F. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAw, Lake Providence, La. Local and Parlsh News. No mail on Sunday. Hurley is bucking the oars. Services at the Churches to.morrow. You have to skiff it to the lauding now. Much drift is coming down the verybody now takes water in tbore'n. The river to-day is higher than ever known. The river has passed the limit set by the prophets. Flatboats and skiffs are now being put in requisition. Postmaster Taylor will please accept our thauks for favors. T)r. F. R. Bernard has a nice bicycle for his little daughter. The river bulletins are now watched with a great deal of anxiety. It looks like a wet spring and plenty of grass for the planters to fight. The bigest liar on the river stage can be heard on the street corners. Those who planted early gardens are now relishing lettuce, raddishes &c. There is no let up in the rise of the river, and it is higher than was...

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. — 27 March 1897

Se Mari WTorked. Mis A.--I am sgyprsed. that your husband earns so DtUi If he works as * hard as you say. What does he do? Mrs. B.-The last thing he did was to calculate lbw many times a clock ticked In the course of -1,000 years. Philadelphia Inquirer. solvlng Her Curves. "True,"obberved the King of Mwptka as he gazed upon the captive, "she has f a well-rounded form, but--" He stroked his chin. 'That is no reason why she should not make a good square mea"--Ex. a change. Vibratlng In Tuneful Accord, Like the strings of a smusical Instrument. the nervous system in health harmontzelptleasqatly with the other parts of the system. But weak. t ened or overwrought, it jangles tmost tnharmnon- 1 Ltusly. Quiet and loigorate it with, the great t tranqulltsor and t.,nl#,. tI.stetter'r ':onach Blt ters hlch proautA digosi.an. uillions secrellon I ,. and a regular aetit oI thf the bowels, and prevents t malarial, rheumatic and kidney Inmllalnts. The stingy man robs himself every time he i lut...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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