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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 July 1897

,, ~, .. . - ,.. * X - PCCA.A7 VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1897. NO. 5. WOMANS INFLUENCE I -N r CHAITER X VI-Continued. "I suppose that is a rebuke to me," Margaret made answer to the Doctor. Y*ou see, I am alwa3 a ready to improve everything and everybody but myself." "Which I.eede improving sadly," in teroosed Brian, entering at sths mo mlent. "I hgve a scolding for you, Mar garet. I thought-" "I know," answered Margaret, rather contritely. "I am really very sorry. Doctor Wilson has excused me, and I have promised to do better for the fu ture. So no more, please." "No more. That is always your cry when you need a lecture. I see you and Wilson are friends already. I thought you would be. Effects of kindred tastes. Where did you walk this afternoon? To the end of creation?" "Oh o. Only within the bounds of New Y5rk. I was not gone so very long, really; but I decided to go so late that-" "Another inopportune do3isicn. I won der when you are h...

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 July 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. J.AMII- N. TI ItNiE, t'ultidh!r and I'r:orictor. Ul3.t:RIi't'!ON: 900 I'EiL YEAR. ---.. . . . . LAME iROVIDlECE & MER ROUGE 2ATI& .CAD, 'l:ecre is ni,,; uºdilr c tonttmi la. Gilo a Itie iof railroall from Lake 'ruviltctnce, on the li "i~.i i p rivcer to Mlcr lou,.o, a towu on I., C. A. & N. 1a!r o::d, in Morehou.se pari.-h. n-,regard to thuis proposed road, we are'i receipt of a pI ivate letter a.kiulg us to itht o'r ollppos the con struction oft :aid roal, for the rcasoi, that the pt' j,,eltors of it are asking aid fro:n'th.. Fifth Levce I)i:trict to ,onstrOet the em, ,ankkment; urgiag as an itcetItive for such aissistance that by builli:ng sai!l road with .a sutlHicient strong emlbaikment from Lake P'rovidence to the liayou Macon hils that sail levee district S woull Le protecte I from overflow water coting either from Iioeuff cutoff or any revas<e in the levee] systemt above the lake. Such "a con...

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 July 1897

•1THE BANHER-DEMOC ALT, - and F Saturday, July 17, 1897. for th -- --- ~ Capt. L. K. BARBER, as to ATTorNEv-AT-IW. get t Lake Providence, La. starte Ilo. C. F. DAVIS, Mce morn ATTOrNEy-AT-LAW, the T Lake Providence, La. lay f lion < C. S. WYLY, in bu Lf.ttornoY at I..aov. WVest Lake Providence, La. Co Practices In State and Federal Courts edito by 1. Local and Parish News. the b _____ _ _ _ a-ccele be pt Crops are about laid by. on Cotton will be late this year. conic No end to drummers this week. Al Services at the churches to-morrow. 1ag rain Mr. hlarry Hill bee returned front refe Stafford Springs. Since the rain on Sunday it has tar i been pleasant. The Savannah friled to. tome down able yesterday a Very little sickness among the citi- 11 zons of our jown. , McC The late corn is almost a failure for busi the want of rain. spoT We are having the right kind of! furt weatter for chills. that Mr. Sig Wolff was up from Good- shot rich's ou Tuesday. The Work and do all yotu can in ...

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 July 1897

wil ea F, Th. yak, or wild ox of Tibet, has pelt spirit to turn and attack a lnter. If It had more perseverance it 7 rwould prove a dangerous enemy. CoL P'rjsvalakl, in his account of his travels In the Tibetan mountains, narrates an adventure which illustrates the yak's dsposition: I was returning to camp when I saw several old yaks grazing on a little pla teau. I flred on them, and one fell and slipped down the snowy slope. Stunned by his fall, he lay niotionless at the bottom of the ravine. I ran to him. As soon as he saw me, some hundred feet away, he rose and tried to flee. I fired, but the ball did not touch him. Then he turned and rushed at me. I had only two cartridges; I fired one at a distance of seventy feet, and one at a distance of fifty feet. He stopped when he was quite near me, holding his bead down and lashing his sides with his taiL I was near enough to see his little eyes and the blood which ran from his nostrils. If he had had a little more decision and energy I...

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 July 1897

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1897. NO. 6. WOMAN5 K Zo CIIAITIER XtII--Contlnoiel. "l'oor Brian. What a state to be in. Don't shedder any more. The places I go, ;mi the people I meet, only hurt my heart. A very effective hurt, too; for it teaches me to apt roelate my own goo 1 fortune, CrCl it makes me feel very re gretful to sit here amid so much com fort an-I luxury, and romember the many victims of the world's injustice. You could never imagine, Brian, what pas sionat' delight that poor little crippled girl took in the few flowers I carried( her; and, while I watched hor, I culd not help thinking what a revelation a sight of Elmwood would be to her. I have been thinking of it ever since. So many p'ans have filled my heart, but they are all impossible. I feel so helpless and-rebellious. Doctor, you are smiling. I don't think you quite enter into my feelings. sCan you Imag no a woman living on the pro ceeds of button holes, at a cent and a ...

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 July 1897

THE BANNERDEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. -- L-- ____ --,H. , - JAMES N. TURLNEf, Publisher and Proprietor. EUUSCRIPTION: '0 2 00 PER YEAR. Satur'lay, July 24, 1897. Judge Charles lhenry Lnzen!urg, one of the le~diug lawyers and citi zens of New Orleans, ulic'1 in that city on Tuestl'y. The exposure of -hlaring frauunds in the asscssment rolls of the city of Monroe ly Col. lTh,'o. O. Benton, has caused t'0 n~'e:1C:ents n that city to be raise,' over f'0,11U0. Theo i.op l':tion in 1hC thirteen Southern ,t:d- in !i,0 , wa4 8,240, 000. T'h' !"ti ;c:'il:s now show that the S:nle Ct::tes lhs increased to 20,5i700,000, or 50 ;er ,cut tin pop tlhition. T'Ihe great',4 un.;atiOn for years Is the repu:ts of te flinding of fabul ous go! I min il in Alaska. Thous anuds of miens re tdockilng to that country. A steamer has just reached Seattle, W'uah., wiih over a unillion of dollars. The ''Weekly Mirror," Vol. 1, No. 1, pulbliahed at Washinsgton, La., by Messrs. Jo...

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 July 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Nw Yt Saturda: Saturday, July 24, 1807. tbousaus S i u- lumber L. K. lARlER, deuce L ATTOn, r'Y-AT.LA\'. The ai Lake Providence, La. ing on I in all th C. F. DAVIS, the enc: month. ATrrorlNEY.AT -L. A enough Lake Providence, La. ing. We t1 C. S. WYLY, that th &ttot iayrnOY at 3 from u, L:ke Trovidence, La. there is Practices In State and.Federal Courts we is Local and Parish News. _ ý - lion. Newo Local news is very scarce that th0 The town continues to boom. outs wt The corner pump should be fixed. that th There will be cool nights from now ods is I on. throng A few more- summer suits left at Tho White S. passed Last Saturday's trade in town was a the has little slack. texas The swamp country has the fluest pretty crops in years. Cumn Shirt waists and organdies tnarked we wi' down at White's. The jail has within its walls only The two [one prisoners. day The Savannah looked pretty and The c handsome yesterday. going Watches, clacks and jewelry repaired with...

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 July 1897

Judlecme. Expendlturca CaUn BIlsg Ke·gau To the merebhant who is happy if he car cell his goods at an increase of ten or tweonty per cent. over the cost, how nlmoht incredible nmust it seem that typetlititg machinesa andi bicycles, which coot fr,nm about sixteen to twenty tive ,'.ol!rnt to manufacture, can be soidl for i)0--or even $50-each? What Urachines arc more universally need to-day than these two, excepting the seuting q i:rc? How hlar merchant struggles for his ten per cent. profit while the typewriting machino and the bicycle cell at a prico which is from four to Fix liumes th cost of manufacture. Jutdicious and coztinuous a.dvertis Ing has matle this ltjosible. Among the architectural donations to New Orleans made during his lifetime by the good old Spaniaulrd of the last century, Don Andres Almonaser y IRoxe, was the chapel of the Ursulines. An inscription in Spanish In the facade of the building says that it was erected In 1787, Charles I!I. behig King of Spain, and Don ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 July 1897

40U VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1897. WOMANS NFLUENCE r filed with tiars, and inipulsively bsha 1 iile i StU ,knew Sthis matte matte, know stand - which S w-ardo 'IB i j ajI nok Il OVt'rC Throe " CHAPTER XllIII-Continue.l . wys Brian slept all day, and at dinner no i, time Margaret, pausing outside of his only 1 door and hearing no sound, fancied he lean must still be sleeping. But two hours I hav later, whet the loneliness and sileneo for y" became oppressive, and the des:re to ni yii see and talk to him could no longer be erous resisted, sihe put aside the book she rewal had vainly tried to read, and, going to more htl room; tapped upon the door. To-ni , There was no answer, and she Only knocked more loudly. Still ro answer. n;eal Becoming frightened, she tried the at ov door. It opened to reveal an empty "'3 room. " Bilan was gone. She sto id for to be a second motionless, trying to realize ence this fact, and then without a word or word ...

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. — 31 July 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Tb PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. ' WE -- - --- the JAMIES N. TUI:NE:1, & Publisher and Proprietor. wt thi QUI1SCRtII'T!ON : ° O CER Y EAI. Iha Saturday, July 31, 18&7. - - ----- ---- :i The Republican party of the State 1; of Kentucky will indorse the candi- an dates nominated by the gold wing of th the Democratic party. Pa President McKinley has signed l1( the l)ingley tariff bill and it is now a law. It is one of the most thieving ra measure enacted. Monopolies and M trust controlled its passage. in -h-- - --- --- th The net earnings of the sugar trust w was something like $15,000,000 in til the couse of a few hours when the ha tariff bill was reported favorably by J. the conference committee. of The lynching mill continues in w nearly all parts of the country. So in long as these brutal crimes are com- er mitted just so long will men be ý" lynched. -They deserve it, and it is pl just punishment. j Henry Mayer, who was appointed tl 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. — 31 July 1897

TNE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. in tl'a weeks Agn, Tman be"arn Saturday, July ,1. ,897. to mention StL efforts L. K. lIAHlW: estate tagei ATTOrtrFY-AT-LAW. mated. Lake Providence, Ln. We leartl Mrs. Egell) C. F. I)AVIS, hotel at a hou10 is a. ATrTORNEY-AT-LAW, lady had a Lake Providence, La. a great del that Mrs. I S Iocal and Parish News. We hol attend the SPECIAL NOTICE. Thurneay I toish to notifry the gentlemen of for the pu Providence and vicinity that I a rep- the expert resenting the Clothing House of LA t the one! & CO., of Chicago, the leading Cloth- th ing House in the United States. Afit month. I guaranteed, and freight paid on all ing. goods. 1 am showing a pretty line of l samples. Send cme your orders. Will r. call on you if notified. p1opular t ii G.1 MORRIS. the ouly Ben Lomon, Miss that the lh will levo "Betsy Bsker." with rela Get off der track. him a ple Providence continues to improve. in the fall The corn crop is the finest in years. r. P. That corner pump should be B....

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. — 31 July 1897

'7revlng Her Case. F 1MX. Emerson (of Boston)-You thouldn't use slang, Susie. Your favor Ite old English authors do not counte- 'n nance it. I Susie-Oh, yes, they do, mamma. Don't you remember wltt Colley Cib- Co her says about the youth that fired the Epheslan dome? For lIerself Alone. She-Do you love me for myself alone, dearest? th He-Of course I do. You don't sup- th pose I want your mother about all the in time, do you?-Judy. to Callers and Office-Seekers. b Ex-President Harrison gives a most interesting pen picture of "A Day with the President at His Desk." in the La dies' Home Journal. The article Is unique, atr being the first written by a ri President of life in the White House, and in describing the routine of a Chief Executive. A feature that he treats 0 with directness relates to the Prest- m dent's Interruptions from callers and office-seekers. "It is a rare good for tune," he writes, "during the early months of an administration if the President gets one wholly uninter...

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 August 1897

43;xnn r 71),cnio cr VOL. X,. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897. no."8-:, -mnmnun m i n• umnum mmlm n nn ---.. ...  Y -a .~b WOM ANSINFLUENCEI was d Bellal Wil I too as werc -"Pe you 1 S say g for r Elmo you. and I S preci , y-u`r press abrul Cae APTER XX such ssAN's rnscRnroTI. hand "I believe I am thoroughly tired out, Margaret. I have had a very hard day's up work." Margaret turneo from her book as Brian entered the room with these Ms words. and "Have you?" she askel. "How nice sat c you will. find your well-earned rest. ewet Soo, your chair is waoting for you." the ! "It shall not be empty a minute longer. th i It is wondertully comfortable. . Sit F there, won't you? I like to see your Elm face; it rests me." Al "Then I biay consider myself useful, clar as well as ornamental," she laughed, fast wondering why the rebellious color still should fly to her face in such a disa- gree grecable way. itsel "When did you got my message, Mar- gree garet...

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. — 7 August 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. 1UBLISHIID EVKRY SATUIRDAY AT ;I LAKE IP'IOVIDIENCE. I,. bA. Satrdar l , AItIe t 7. 1 '7i. . f There are 2f,fl'(i, litn pni'tpcrs in the St:ate of 1'enr.:3~ ly in , :e·,tinr' 'i that state $1,Dft0.(,!t0 a rear. TheT first bale of cotlton of the r ],ouisiina cropro o S 1.:7, s., sold in l;l New t':'lant; on Saturday last and l t brought f 1-4 cen1. The gold brick trick was worked 'r'l to lerfeet(in en a I.ir room irr- n prictor ill N w Orinar·n laht weck. lie paidl scveral thousanld dt.o;tl:rs for a few dll;:,rs worth of bra,. dit S- Senator Jones, of Aiknarss, coti- cr mates that the people will have to pay $1S,0,000,000 a year rmore for C< their cotton and woolen roods, under vi the new tariff iaw bhan under the tI Wilson tariff. in Two ocean steamers laden with segar mnle the race to reach the United States before the tariff went into effect, but missed it one day. i, The duty on tle two cargo's amount- ir ing to $!2,'00,; will now have to be so paid. The...

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. — 7 August 1897

,- 1 m- m m , m m - .. . .:. . THE BARNER-DEMOCRAT. we to n payer of ot to see his I S:nturdaT, Au1u'st 7, 897. the only w .. .. ,iuccttlltuc L. Ki. l.AI{I;Et, and locate, A'rtr1ouvE A'r-,LAw. if the tax 1 Lake Plrovidencc, La-. The out __ trade wa C. F. DAVIS, . are good t the proei ATTroN:Y-AT-LAw, thing, soin Lake Providence, La. increase t Scud us it Local and Parish News, bow your - The citi SPECIAL NOTICE. Carroll I wish to notify the gentlemen of near Cap' Providence and vicinity that I am rep- days Au resenting the Clothing House of LAM tio & CO., of Chicago, the leading Cloth ing House in the United States. A fit and pari guaranteed, and freight paid on all go out at goods. I am showing a pretty line of the peop1 samples. Send me your orders. Will call on you if notifled. A negi 1I. . MORRIS, town las Ben Lomon, Miss. er of sev on Satur August 7th. on a tele Vote on Monday. - that the August has five Sundays. cles of w rho corner pump is fixed. him. I1 The river is fal...

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. — 7 August 1897

A Utbst 4.ek1eme ba .s omesia sphyscal healh . is bp 4Rt1 mcteary, For weekseamcs e rheno Masm, aud dilordeurs tomhe hidueye the toms and dietetic action of oetetter' Sitomah Bit tern is the see thing needfal. The stomach is the mainstay of every -other organ. and by in igorstng the digetlon with this preparation., the epinal oolumn, and all ite dependenees, are aymvLethetiola utrenglhened. The dyspeptic andtibtllona will find it pure vegetable sltimu lant and tonic. People usually pick out their own tempts tions. A Virtue and a Vic. Vaulty and a proper regard for the feelings of ethers shourl both grge iou to-get rid of that disgusting stin disease. . Whether it be a simple abrasion, a chap br a burn, or whether it is a chronic case of Ecsema, Tetter or Ringworm, Tetterine Will positively, Infallibly care it. Cure it so it will stay cured, too. 50 cents a box at drug stores, or by mail for 50 cents in cash or stamps from J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, (s. A fighting chance often means...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 August 1897

9L. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA.,- SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1897.. ..,____ _ v_ tt.~ lln d in YEARLY SLAUCHTER OF BIRDS. ! WOMAN5INt LUUvUp I her hand to her ey os. * The whole . I +,ask Aht ran hasitate. That is more her hi truth. -1 - ' _ cruel ' Poc not g ysince • Arnot d * r h hn most againd t ichanch "He snatct Docto o o- more of rPPºfI(Itol tAri am self; reply. da. "owin, a CHAPTER XXII. and al A WASTY WORD AID ITS PLNIX8M T. wire Dr. Philips, whose recognized partner nurse, Brian became, had Inown him from the I neec ylour of his birth. and on this account, to kee and because. tno, of the deep friendship I e entertained for his father, he took more with than usual interest in him. t romi hI want to see in you the worthy suc- see Bt cessor of my old friend," he said one YTe day. "You can work out an honorable usual career, and you should. You owe it gave not only to his memory but alsoto that from dear, sweet wife of yours. Let her be never your inspig tion. I piom...

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. — 14 August 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT.. C Chairn UBLISIIHED EVERT SATURDAY AT the De LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. Committ - - - ing lette JAMES N. TUItNEIt, rnittee si Publisher and Proprietor. called fc - ---- "Dea sUuSCIrlI'TIO- O: o200 PER YEAR. the prol _ _ _ _the Den Saturiday, Atigust 14, 18)7. tte0 S(lidates Senor Canovas, Spanish Prime large to Minister, was assassinated on Satur- tion, to day last by an Italian anarchist. The As som affair has created a great sensation Commi, in Spain. gether, ý-----~ _ _ .your v The 1)emocratic party of the great own pr, State of Texas, in their convention her 5, held at Waco, re-affirmed the princi- right ti ples of the Chicago platform and de- held in clared for bimetalram. should The encamlpment ground at Shreve- ahead port is named Camp Foster, in honor Novem of Governor Murphy J. Foster. The hemm! Governor will be the guest of the odvanc soldiers during the encampment. other i would Senator Tillman's resolution de- too eal manding an investigation of the have ...

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. — 14 August 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. There will dinner and g --- becue in VI Saturday, August 14, 2897. next, and wi - who can pot L. K. BARBER, have a good ATTORNEY-AT-LAw. Mr. W. Lake Providence, La. full grown day, which C. F. DAVIS, and must ATTORNY-AT-LAw, have him it Lake Providence, La. watch dove Hicks, th Local and Parish News. bhave frost SPECIAL NOTICE. and some c I wish to notify the gentlemen of were goiln Providence and vicinity that I am rep- year and II resenting the Clothing House of LAM drouth, bu et CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth ing House in the United 8tate. A fit The neg guaranteed, and freight paid on all goods. 1 am sho'ing a pretty line of wick on samples. Send me your orders. Will East Carr call on you if notlfed. a few yeas H. G. MORRIS, arrest. I Ben Lomon, Miss. said had tl Ilave your Paris green on hand. lie is now Improvements continue in town. riddance. Always patronize home industry. Watermelons continue plentiful. Let eve Services at the Churches to-morrow. par...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 August 1897

rATS-SMALLER REPTILES F] Ibatdad Banake that Are Cannibals by Nature. TH Certain species of snakes are by na hare cannibals, having three general methods of securing and overpowering A their prey-by constriction, by main strength and by venom. A scientist who was recently on a blacksnake hunt fro no, yei pea ha Th t n t li mi 00' tw gri CANIBAL asNAKE or TrINIDAD. I in Trinidad had made his way Into a an dense forest and one day captured a nI, young black and white tiger snake, put- ha tiug him Into the usual bag. An bout or so later he found the largest black th snake he had ever seen in the island. in This rich find was also deposited In oa the bag and the scientist returned to an the hat which he and a plantation overa- fo saeer were occupying. In the night the overseer aroused the traveler, saying m there had for some time been hissing ad Sunnner Care of Itlankets. av Blankets after the winter use ari never clean, and should not be put away without being washed. Many housekceper...

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