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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 April 1897

S 4 4-  . VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., ~SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897. ;:'. TEMPTATION.. Bin Is a gaudy insect on the wing A bright dream hold to thrill a sense aeuto And in the bloom wo do not feel the sting lovealed at lest in bitter, withered fruit. 'Tis nobler to withstand the sudden blast, Then lot it b!ow thee whorosoe'er it will; And strength is added unto what thou hast In toilin4 up, not sliding down, the hilL -B. N. Saunders,tn the Nation's Magazine. DARKIE'S CRIME, WOMAN is in the surgery, sir, and says she must see you at once." I looked up from my paper at the speaker - Mar y, the -housemaid with a weary sigh. The life of a doo tor is not, to use a time- v orn, and perhaps vulgar, sahor:sm, " all beer and skitles," and certainly mine on that day had not been. Sickness was very preva lent in Colbourne, and the ills of 4000 inhabitants were in the hands of ,two doctors. Besides, there had been an outbreak of small-pox among the navvies engaged in cutti...

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 April 1897

IR 8AINER.DEMOCRAT.. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAT AT LAKE PROVIDENItE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER, SPublisher and Proprietor. %UBSCRIPTION": 0200 PER YEAR. - Saturday, April 8, 1897. -1r A bounty on sugar and a bounty on rice-but poor cotton will have to husIe for itself. .t. J - 1· - , The flourishing city of Greenville will suffer greatly from the crevasses and we sympathise with its people. During Washington's term there trere only seventy-fve 'postmasters to the country,the bervice costing 18t,000 a year. Now 70,000 of these otfeials are employed, costing the government 892,000,000 a year. The, cutn g of the levee near Modoc landing in Arkansas by the engineers for the purpose of relier ing the strain at another place, was a terrible thing to do. In Louisiana it would bave been sure death to the1 engineer or any other person to have attempted such a dastardly thing. Wimberly has worked ,his rabit foot to perfectloa on Major MeKin ley and It is said will receive his ap pointment as Collect...

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 April 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, T Saturday, April 3, :897. & Spre L. K. BARBER, usn ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. St Lake Providence, La. cha at i C. F. DAVIS, you ATTORNE-AT-LA, to or Lake Providence, La. add Local And Parish News. Ills It is all water news this week. Lot Local news scarce and times dull. but Build 'em up higher and higher. What will the all levee man say now? Ch, Drummers have been scarce this ye week. eve Will the engineers continue to cry all levees ? Business is almost entirely sus- are pended in town. the The levee is the congregating place clii for every person In town. A heavy down pour of rain for a lon few minutes on Wednesday. Messrs. Leo Shields and ulngh Montgomery worked like trojans. to Mrs. Phil Long has returned from bri .he Bend, and will reside in town. pet Will last Sunday night soon be for- eat gotten by the citizens of our town? to On account of the high water Max or Levy Is making a special cut In cloth ing. to The steamer Ruth brought us a maill on Wednesday mo...

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 April 1897

ae BSad Woeipd. Mrs L-4 am surprised that yoar husband eurns so little if he works as bard as you say. What does he do? Mrs. B.-The last thing he did was to calculate how many times a clock ticked in the course of 1,000 years. Philadelkphi Inquirer. Solving Her Curvee. "True,"observed the-King df Mwptka as he gased upon the captive, "she hea a weligrounded form, but--" He stroked his chin. "That is no reason why she should not make a good square meal"-Ex change. Vibrating in Tuneful Accord, Idek the strings of a mustoi lnstrument, the - nervous system in healthharmonizes pleasantly with the other parts of the system. But weak. ened or overwrought, it jangles most inharmon lously. Qptet and invigorate it with the great trqpquilszer and tonic, Hoetetter's 5:omach Bit ters, which prom:st" digesou, bilious secretion and a regular action of the bowels, aod prevents maiarsi, rheumatic and kidney 'omplaints. The stiy man robs himself every time he puts a dollar in his pocket.. A Final Cu...

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 April 1897

VOL. IX. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRILO10 1897. S.. . .- . _... . . r t.. A nTl na.inbetween the Iadandthe... FREIGHT CAR$, 1 Isi PtA - The Burdened 8ong. sex. As "Nothing will live but a song," he said; fully accol "Not love?" she asked. "No, nor aught." ing, with said he mirror, ht "But the singer's spell." so she bowed her good poir head, And the poet turned to his mintrelry. make the Art is a shadow; deeds vanish ere long; look well And nothing forever alides but a .n5ug. Af ter d, And the whole world leaucd to the poet's he loathel lay enrred tb A-thrill with the t.,uch of his mater hand: easier an, From afar she saw him crowned with ay ter Apart from the crowds he saw her stand. ter adv Heroes are dust, but to poets belong length, al Immortelles; for nothing abides. but a felt that I esag. a man aft S * well be p The poet stood at a closed gateall And thy opened to him the book of ever reall var., runder at "I sang --" he said; but he baw his fate-...

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 April 1897

THE ,BANNER-OEMOCRAT. PUBLISI[TID EIVERT 8ATD! IDAT AT LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. JAMES N. T7sLRNE,. Pablisber and Proprtetor. UBSCRIIPT1ON : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, April 10, 1897. 'Three of the Louisiana Congress fIen, Meyer, Davey and Brussard, supported the Dingley tariff bill. The Baroness de Hirsh will spend $10,000,000 in New York for the benefit of her race. A home and school for working women will be erected costing $300,000. the Times-Democrat's relief fund for the drough sufferers amounts to over $1!,000. The work of this great paper for the drouth-stricken people should never be forgotten. A bill was introduced in the Ken olcky legislature providing for the branding oflonrcts on each cheek. The pVan who introduced this bill should have received the first dose. Tw'o btahk have already occurred in the levees in the lower part of the state, both on Bayou Lafourche. We are afraid that disaster is sure to ombe to those living below the mouth of Bed river. Peter S. McNally, the Bos...

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 April 1897

TIE BANEIR-DFMOCRAT. ý"rý -- .- :: Tral iSaturday, April 10, 1897. d M. 1 precia' L. K. BARBER, using St. Lo Arrony-.AT-LIw. nati at Lake Providence, La. changi at a U C. F. DAVIS, you W ATroaNEY-AT-LAW, to all Lake Providence, La. or ln add re Local and Parish News. A. S Ills. Town politics-nit. W. This is no time for crooking. Louis The drummers continue scarce. W. The farmers are busy in the field. Miss. Business continues very dull in our Mr town. book Early vegetables are scarce on the iie w market. the cl No services at the Methodist Church tailor to-morrow. The outlets above prove what out.- ie g lets wall do. If! Linen suits at White's. Just the you thing for summer. Lev) There were too many bosses. Did all of them draw pay? p All stock found running on the off at levees will be taken up. latest A bank in Providence would be a ship. great thing for the town. Th Let us all pull together for the ing advancement of our town. down It looks ike it is an impossibility to havil ge...

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 April 1897

A mtied Tent. girl beard a sermon from the S "My etip runneth over; surely Io6ae36 and merry shall follow me all the days of my life." On returning home she was asked if she could re member the minister's text, and replied: "Ye., indeed. It was this: Mercy! GSodael My cup's tipped over." The Particular Thing. Ip--Was there any particular thing akbet the town which struck you? He--es; a blcycle.-Yonkers States TwlIe Il tse., Shape and Activity. whita twhat those important little organs, the Mha.-m5a when healthy. in disorder they may i tn all three particulars. Disease aialydestroys them succesalvely. not simul i reeely, and one way be aictive while the ether is .-paralysed. (ive to both a health. al Impulse, without exciting them, with Hol tiler's Stemech Bitters, which forestalls such dreadful maladies as Bright's disease and dia etese. Use the Bitters, also, for malaral. tbil -ýshtemac, nervous, bowel and kidney Keep headed in the right direction, even if you do nothing but cre...

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 April 1897

M s _ / ii :  - . ,  VOL.& flfE POIEC l t PRHLAtflX __ jPIL17197 VO.L. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1897. WOMiINNrLUENCE April two ladies were driving along ah place and its surroundings, for she ob r they passed. The other, who drove the handsome bays with aw unmistakable ir of proprietorship, w CHAIPTERI I. On the afternou n of a day early before, April two lades were driving along ad level country road. at One was evidently a tranger to the place and its surroundings, for she 01)- fit served the scenery with curious inter- iof est, and frequently questiolned her cor- T panion about the persons antree sidento itces L they passed. The other, who rovethe handsome baceys with an unmstakableoung girl d air or proprietorship, was at old rchesi dent. ir Sheng had found her way to this small s but prhougetntious town sioue years of anyor such and, building a handsome home, hand since devoted her energies, supple- mn mented byed the magical in...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 April 1897

THF BAflER.-DEMOCRATI . r t, PUBLIStlED EVERY SATURDAY AT ei cut IAKIE PROVIDENCE. LA. riv .-- ....- - ....... . - co! JAMES N. TURNER. publisher and Proprietor. the Mc CUBSIRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. nu -6the Saturday, April 17, 1897. - -wo The Levee'Problem, Le COI Commerchal.lerld ] res Proof of the inability of local author tics and hcal resources to haundle this the great task, the explise of building the cot levcis successfully, has come after in piany, years of trial and great cost. Government aid has e:tabled the dis ,tricts to carry the Ianrtha~n just far wh enonugh to make :seccess indispensible. eff 'Ihe only altrtuntive how,w is abandoln nent ft of the task and very much of the the -otintr3 that has w ,bent cleared up :and go the credit of.the loc:l boards have been 111h either exhaustted. or s ria:n,'d to the last degree. This is aseuredly true of th. lower Mlississippi district, the most tar ntltieted of all; and by a cruel irony of sai fate the mait populous and highl...

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 April 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, . -.- -... -- Tral Saturday, April 17, 1897. &M. precis L. K. BARHER, using St. L, AlTor.NEY-AT- LA'. i nai at Lake Providence, La. change ataU C. F. I)AVIS, you oi ATTORNEY-AT LAW, to all Lake P'rovidence, La. ar Ili addre Local and Parish News. A. ] - Ills. Linen suits at White's. W. Some levee has got to p-o-p. Lous Business continues very dull. Miss. The assessorship is still in doubt. MrE The levees are pretty well soaked. Vicks Our streets have a dismal, far away- with I look. John Easter Sunday to-morrow. Attend remai Church. of hi Dress goods and trimmings at prett' White's. W The planters have almost finished Willi planting. false Business of every kind isat a perfect recen standstill. ratc water Lots of cotton and corn up through- ered out the parish. wher Bell & IlHrloey are delivering ice at $1.5 per block. La Work strengthening the levees was visit( resumed on ''ueday,. in th If you can't talk water and its pros. ther( pects, you're not in i...

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 April 1897

Don't scowl; it spoils faces. Before e know it, your forehead will resem- p ple a small railroad map. There is a grand trunk line froim your cowlick to the bridge of your nose, intersected by p parallel lines running east and west, with curves arching your eyebrows; and O, how much older you look for it! P Scowling is a habit that steals upon d us unawares. We frown when the light is too strong and when it ;s too r weak, We tie our brows into a knot p when we are thinking, and knit them even more tightly when we cannot think. There is no denying there are plenty of things to scowl about. What Becomes of the Milk. ; Trained nurses and their field of work I were being discussed by a prominent t club of this city a few days ago, and one of the ladies, in demonstrating the care of infants, held up a chamois model of a baby's stomach about as large as a good-sized oyster, and ex claimed for her climax: "Now, what becomes of all the quarts 'of milk that o are poured Into that little stoma...

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 April 1897

«f t·-^'. VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST C'ARROLL PARISHI, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 24; 1897. _ WOMANS NFLLUENCE CICHAPTER II. T"te (OUSiNS. S11 tle soitheasctA rill coat !of Nan tucket islad fi' situated the little town of Siaseoiset, formerly a fishing hamilet, foutied by brave and iiarIly Imen, who htlilt their box-like cabins on the bol I bluff rising from this dangerous cotast, •ind wrested from its v.aters lth-ir lhar vests of cod and polloek. For two centuries this place had an ulne ventful. unprogressive existence, hut lately the hand of impro\lement has toui.hed it, and undet r the modernizing influence, it is gradually tending to wards the realization of that mu h inbusod thing, a suniLiier resort. To the world in general, it is still coin lparatively unlknown, but to those for tunate enough to have spent a sulrller eneatlh Ihi inspiration of its life-giving tir, Its,. chanrning, uni ,,iv' ntional fet turls afford it theme for never-endillg praise. t Margaret chanced to 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. — 24 April 1897

THE -AlER-DEMOCRAT, %UBLISHED EVKY SATURDAY AT LAKZ FROVIDENCE. LA. a JAMES N. TUIRNER. Pab)~taer and Proprietor. sUUORIPTION : s00 oo f Y EAR. 'Saturday, April 24, 1897. WATCH THE LEVEES. We call atention to the citizens of the necessity of continuing to inspect the levees.and not to relax until the danger is over. They must not deceive themselves, because of the slight fall. It has happened, and it is liable to hap pen kgain, that breaks occur after a fall has set in. The present irked eoldition of the levees has a tendency to slough, and a slough it not properly attended to promptly, efrequently results In a crevasse. The Levte Board will furnish all pLaterial adl lend their aid in way of labor if promptly notified of any weak spot developing. . It is sall'a question of a short time now 1hep W wnill get a sufficient fall to relieve us of the anxiety and feeling of apprehenbion, and it would seem criminal to allow the levees to give way at the 1Ith hour. Vigilance is the price of...

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 April 1897

. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, ---- - Trt Saturday, April 24, 187. & M. preci L. K. BAR EI?:{, usinA St. L ATTORNEY-AT.-LA. nti Lake Providence, La. chant atal C. F. DAVIS, you I ATTrotNEY -AT-LAW, to al Lake Providence, La. or I Local and Parish News. A. -- --- Ills. Glorious weather. W A whole week and no rain. The assessorshbip is in the dark. Miss Fishing parties are all the go now. T The farmers are chopping out their off corn. The finest line of summer underwear carr at White's. wva Qur friend Shields goes filhiug out sam on the lake. The Acnme Bick Co., are building a fir another kili. The boys are bringing in long It strings of tish. man Another outlet right across the lear river from us. son The town election is not exciting of h much enthusiasm. the Magnificent sunshine weather, and ninj just the kind for,crops. nl Phil McGuire is agent for the An. heueer Busch keg beer. T The pretty line of ladies shoes at Pro White's, are going very fast. love Very little freight is being re...

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 April 1897

too AWrul to Canto*pla t reach lMilliner-Ob, par blue! so l~ pees are telling ze exact cost of making a bley ! " AUslstant-But, why your alarm, mS -am? Milliner (tragleally)-Why! Why? why, suppose zey next tell ze actual soet of uaking a f4U bonnet!--New York Journal. I)on't (~l'e Hiny to Desplir,. Altbou-h you hve.au!f !red for ;u loun timlo frnm talal it. T',. ,l kidey tr.,ll1e. L ,h:voIus nesm or bilttou 1e ss. Int,,w lltht i.'cctter's P'ottant'h Hitters has ,ure.l .r,: e ,-"ca' t1a1n yo1 hs and Is jt potent . I el.nL ,-: sA l nI It t :s 11.11",'i hc t e .It mhr*rs. llin, s jcs . eumtv41 '.4 thlSIV(g int g It. U] t ihre·. y e" tb' l(,tart (!h t bt Ibis-cnlji (- 1 "ble dlfe Irac rPeidiciner . Of tife 40,00,M pi',iea of' I,otls wi lt ly dif- h lued" cier th;: carthr* ,trfarr, nit o'ned. known to iy v~opmoua uor armcdl with a sting. g jet Only lkelped ta Lttle It wet be worth N51 'It . On11e hou'5 free- O lot from rttn te trrl;', i"tialt: t:,i " ' ,.f h tter is a, worth '.ru th...

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

" e. f " " • • . .. ; LS.~ r bhe nnertetn4rnI. I. 4 VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 1 1897k NO.46 WOMANS INFLUENCE I -1 CHTAPTEIt III-Continued. "I thought you were afraid of the wet Fandl," she said. 'If you entertain any fears for your delicate constitution I ad vise you to return to the village." "'H hich is a ptllits way of expressing your wish to be rid of me; but I have no desire to spend the day in those hen coops. There's the sun now. Blessed sight! I'm going to move this shawl up there where it is dryer. May I? It is positively suicidal to sit here. If you should be ill, T'll have to act as Escu lapias, for there isn't a man of pills and squills in the whole village, I'm told. So o warned in time." "it will be more prudent, no doubt," admitted Margaret, allowing him to move the shawl in question, "but we can't see the waves so well." "That's no great l:ss. We know they are there, which is just hs good. Do you know, I've bet n thinking of...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 May 1897

THE BANNER-DEUOCRAIn -- ---- ------- Thi eUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT of 1 LAKE FROVIDENCE. LA. hours the hi JAMEI N. TUItNER, ent st fall is Pablshebr and Proprietor. be rie -- curre IBaCIIPTirN : $e00 PER YEAR. ing, Rives Saturday, May 1, 1897. fall s now not c The war now going on between the Greeks and Turks has caused an ad- on t vspee in wheat and a decline in cot- havir ton. safe Shreveport bas a population of altho nearly 20,000 people. Shreveport is nbov the go-ahead city of our State, and W deserves to continne to grow. snotl presideut McKinley has recom- rema mended to. Congress an appropria- prote tion as an ixdemnity for the killing leret of the three Itallians by a mob at Hahuville, St. Charles parish, in TI August of last year. These Italians it is killed three of their own race and Lou deserved their fate. City The Greeks and Turks are at it ten and several bloody battles have ibeen fought. Every God-loving man is and on the side of Greece, who hope that the little p...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 May 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, May 1, 1897. us L. K. BARBER, St ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. D8 Lake Providence, La. at C. F. DAVIS, of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Lake Providence, La. 11 P. S. STRICKER, MD., L Practicing Physician, Omce at Campbell ad Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. ai W. D. BELL, st s. urgeon and Practicing Pysician. G (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day ornight. Oflce at Bernard drug store. Residence b next to Metalist Chure Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month fi positively. h n C. S. WYLY, b .Lttorney at I.aar w. Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts h Local and Parish News. J Bayou Macon is falling. a Swan like is full of water. o Another week and we can crow. Bu3einoa was good on Saturday last. Town politics are kinder warming up. Services at the Churches to-morrow. Boats now land at the warehouses. Mr. Will Spann was in town this t week. j Slowly, very slowly, the water goes I down. f Little drops of wate...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 1 May 1897

Hot kbee Take me Hood's Sarsaparilla now n::d exi el from ou i blood thetinmprities which have ac cmu'ae Th dUring winter. Thus prevent humn:rý, buiits f, pimple eruptiohs, and serious iCliesls s5uch d fevrs, malaria, and dhbility of the systcIIz. Sarsa lsthebllt-in fac.t the One True Blo~ Purifier. it harmoniously with -o- - b5l-- - - - tie rsPllli ,r@apalrills The Colorado Desert. i The most famous of waste places in hl Americl, the Colorado Desert, is popu- ,. larly regarded as an empire of hopeless sterility, the silence of which will never be broken by the voices of men. But re the great desert is the life work of the Ha Cololdo river. Thb scientific men orf t the University of Arizona have anal ysed these waters, and found that theto actual commercial value of the fertiliz- lug matter which would betl epo,.-i:t1 upon each acre by irricatlli amonu l , in the course of a year, ti $'.17". WV1at, then, is the potential vol'h of the la::l which this river has cr"atled in et:li'.t...

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