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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 January 1901

XSHE CAUCASIAN. . VOL XII SHREVEI'ORT, LA, WEI)NEDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23. 19tl. No 88 LOL CLOTT-IING AT A PRICE TO CLEAR O'f THE REMAINDER 'L OF OUR :WINTER STOCK. $11 35 For choice of all our t oo, t I no and t on Snuit $8 95 For choice of all $to, $1 i andl $12 Suitk. $6 35 For all 7 5o, S on and 9 oo Suits. $8 95 lr Choice of all $12 50 Overcoats. $7_50 For any $1o oo Overcoats. 25 per cent oft on all Boys, 2 peice, Suits an 1 Chiil', Ve, Suit-, Star Shirt V':ti ,ts 6)c. NO GOODS WILL BE CHARGED. B encornS ,9 421 Texas Street. Great Clearance Sale THE TEXSUSTORE. The entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and lists, Ladies and (ents Furnisnlng (oods, Truuk,s Valises, etc., is now being sold out at prices to suit everybody. Special Bargains in Fine Millinery, Capes and Ready Made Skirts and *aiata. Call at once and you will s-e how far yvo can make your m ,uey go. RtEMEMBtRi THEI PLACE rhae Texas Store. 11 Texas Greet. SHRE\lP1'.ORT'', LA. A Swell Dining Room. Loosoe half of i...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 January 1901

' -THE SHREVEPORT PAWNB ROKER THE OLLY LOA.N OFFICE IN TO'VN* We"bave some riimarkably Fiue Bargains lu'Forfeited Diamoud Riug= iud Brooches. Also seine great values in uuredeenied Watches. A full flue lfttH jewelry Novelties aid Fine Gold Jewlry always displayed in our 'a-e. Get our prices on musical iustrumeots. MOI4EY LOANED ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. 419 Texas Street. HE CAUCASIAN. 1Ti caucan PuIliSOamo COmpany OFFCIAL ORGA'V OF THE PARISH OF CADDO No matter how sick a mant, it is just as easy for him to sv he is do lag well, "fine, fine, ver utiue." As a rule the average people,havintg wor _ a of their own, and n, doubt being sick, too, are not cariug a cooti'iental If a ra ton which they have no spe cial ilnterest is dead with la grippe or bli coujhlug his head oifl. Do no! forget that a "yeller dorg' alive is of greater value than a dead lion. The dog can howl! The dead lion cannot even kick. rrtedly Iesalthb r eople L.ve pure. rich warm, Palrtsbhng bloul, good a!, etite and g...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 January 1901

SAVED A LIFE The HOLLYWOOD, Asbury Park, N. J., Feb. 3, 1900. pread your advertisement in regard to Wine of Cardul in the Baltimore American, and it so favorably im ewased me thaut offering my visit to 8lltor during the holidays. I purchased a bottle of it for my adopted daughter, gIo w o tuhld a troubles. ublesShe had bern under the doctor's treatment for some time, and when her periods would come on, her uffllrings were something terrible. I induced her to it and the first dose brought words " It has . htook liregularly according to the directions, and was greay relieved. To use her own words " .It has saved my l fie tJ. WESLEY CROSS. Mr. Cross' daughter realized what Wine of Cardui had done for her when she said " It has saved my life". Menstrual irregularities never continue long without involving falling of the womb. kucor rlca. or some other dangerous malady which endangers life and happiness. WINEmoCARDUI is an m enaogue which lays the foundation for a woman's health by regul...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 23 January 1901

bgeathe purely e oiUgprOm pt, hea hful.t f.: tor "Hood's Pille THE CAUCASIAN, b~ 1 1.1 .1, LA., Jnouar3)' j 1101 Joe Nelion Conuvicte4l. Joe Nelson, who killed ,oavi)c Jones, a bar tender, in Klusas Cit y has been convicted. i1 w9 be.. teocedto ten years iu the Missuri emise penitentiary. Nelhu was en. gaged as a barkeeper in this eltuy -where he is well kuowu. CHCA' KATi~, Exculsion to el i'aso. Tecas, Accoant Mid-Winter ( aruival J.L nary, 1901, via the "Gull Air Libe,' (U~ E& W T K I: & 1. & , . ., "tickets areonu stle January 14 and ti. Od reiturnlug February ., 1901 tnd trip rate trou t rcveporL wit be $19.70. For turtber intormatiou relative It routes, ooDnectlous, etc~, call ou ow ,leooqaget or address Wm Dlohort) AGP A; W II Tt) lor, G I'A; N MUAdrEu, general wauager, lluLtuol Teuas. llilllb doney and l.nlibh (lycerlus biO9 10s (8 eakee), Woolrlige's -. tnitar' p 1b6 bOX (8 cakes), Egg Whiltefoal J.iE). These are soap bargatiL Wamust -ot De' overlooked, as our s ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

!HE ICAUCASIAN. VOL XIII SHREVEFORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1901. No b9 LOW PRICESu- Ladies' Rigo'ar 0eI HIow', Black or Ian at 8c pair. ( bildrer,% regular.10c lbos , all sizes, 8c pair. Ladies Flanel Lined Lnderabirts worth S5. at only 2;c.:Panta to match it rue r rice. Ladie' nounshrinkIng Vests sold by others at $ 4l, cur price 65c each. Pants -o match, samne price. Ladies' All Wool.Vests worth 1.25 at only 98c. Pants to match same price. 3 Ladie's Muslinu uderwear at very low prices. Give un cal!. We, bve a beautiful lot of all kinds 1 Ladij( Underwear. W. 4. Ross. 417 Texas. LETTER LIST. The following is a list of eaters rc iningin the postotiice t .nreveleort for * week endire Saturday, January 26tk. 1. Ladies List. Iman. Mrs Frank Ater, Minerva edrewe, Alma Arnool, tses ere. Ka tie Bradley Anna AT ow, Minaie Breat, J- note Jt. Lottle lyri, Katie her, slhia Boyd, M'rv rows, Mary Collins, Rena vise", MRttie Caral, 1. z teth lark. Malle Mrs UCal. Mrs Lula rowley. Mrs L...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

$1ARMSWORT1H HOME. ENGLISH EDITOR HAS LARGE ESTATE IN SURREY. PIs Meteoric Rise to the Head of English Journalism - How Mrs. Harmsworth Aided In Her Hus band's Enterprises. [Spccial (crrespcniert ] SrnRET, England. Jan. 14. - Tb. people of this town and county are much interested in the furore their fellow citizen. Alfred G. Ilarmsworth. Is creating in America and in Amer Iean newspaper circles. Mr. Harms worth's resuience and large interests In the neighborhood have made the people here feel that he is in a meas ure their lersonal pr( ierty. The re colition acc rded him by thy le 1opl. of the Unite.! States has been of so cor From latet photo. ALFRED 0 HARMEWORTH. dial a nature that many Surrey folk are thinking of going there and starting In the newspaper business themselves. Mr. Har.-isworth's home here in Sur rey is known as Sutton Place. The manor and estate was purchased by him recently, and it eclipses almost all others in the British isles in size and historic r0b-rest. It I...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

lfler Doctors fail Baton Rouge. La., Feb. 12. 1900. 1 was a sufferer for seventeen years. I had three family doctors in consultation and they decided that my health would remain bad until I had a child. They continued to treat me for four years with no success except to get our money. There were two more years with a great expenditure of money with no satisfactory results and we abandoned all hope. Finally our cousin, Jane Jones, of Woodville, Miss., paid us a visit and finding my health very bad. introduced Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black.Draught and we decided to give them a trial. My husband then wrote for a copy of Home Treatmesit of Female Diseases. After studying Its contents, I found all my complaints outlined, word for word, and sent for a bottle of Wine of Cardui and a package of Thedford's Black.Draught. After the use of the first I found relief. I re.ordered untr' had used eleven bottles and found my health very much improved. To our surprise a baby soon appearer. .sh...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

THE HlREYEPOtT PAWUiiiKEIt TSiI3 (E r~I4 L4OANV ()I'FICE IN iX . We hav ,otn)E rrmorkai~1 FiIeE biardn;'Q inl ForfeitedI Di)amTond Ri,,ý. EIII iI~rnnrewý Ac Qenr'i ýr 'V va'ijn: l u'iredcre1m - Waic PQ A Cul' wi l te- t -'~ rVN' v61'e a d 1'11'(, ld"t' ir a%~t o i~nvv'r ll4)1 "yr=, ( 'tri f~tf n l i ii Pll1 P MONEY LOANED ON ALL, PERSONAL PR~OPER: Y. 419 Texas Street. lHE CACASI\N. OFFCIAL ORGAN OF THE 9ARISH OF CADDO "A SAMENESS IN HIS %KTICI FS' It remains t, he siien whbther `lr Brv'n can sway the masses throuih th" c 'nianp of his newepaner as he has d i'w on the stump. It is no' likely that he will. le will have the sam- auitintQ every w ek apd there will necessarily h" "+ aiym'ne a in his articles that will beme t'ese me to hie readers. When a prominent pillil man. like Mr. Bryan, fails to his political ambition ant then resorts to % i vtntre weekly to keep himself before the p-ople, the ides naturale occurs that hi thinks the country e ttor a bigrer man than a o:i iMan. And h...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

ilVE MINUTE TALKS. * I bhreveport's Progress Versus :breveport's Shabbiness. NOTES AND HtAI'PEN N',U a With due cretit to 3b'evepeir'' not btle Dr 'great along tany lines. there is a no ticeable and disheartening lack of int"re-t Wit some matter4 by no means unimportant. We have paved streets and beautiful 'on Crete barquette.. I ut they are not lkept Clean-au Contritre, debris of li'b1ken SCoops, piles of beer kegs and other rub ileh umber the aidewalks in iianv plac e, while fruit pealings are everywhere e menace to the unthinking pedestrian. And our public square-the only one in the city-is a resort for the young van ale of the town. U41i marks of ravages are seen in the scarred trees and grass be. strewn With littler of all kinds. Evi dences of shabbiness exist all over the city, andoor excellent mayor couid nota bly signalize his administration by put ting a *'broom brigade" to work, sil require every shop keeper and householder to 'sweep be'ore his own door." Sharp, vigorous a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

GREATESTAPLhIYPOST SU:1IT IS PROPOSED TO NAKE GOVERNORS ISLAND. FI.aus S11i~nit ted t: ;.~zeb to En I::r:;e t1~e Isnnd a.^.: .7ro:-e the 1;,Ja 1.-2tfatters af t tii . I 1, t;! i l (:il t:2 'lt" nav hrav tf n.d.l'i~ti n of thl. f-l%ýng sz-'ion of tin >:ftv-K:, ,' _']-t Tine army r Ir~- lizat >II I ii., w.ith its cantteu ! ri fc Ino, t~~lac' l 1:-. 1,uefln theº the mte of' long andu spirits 1 del ate in /ý 1 Photo by Sell, Waabington. RtPRI-ENTATIV5 nrLL [CLhairman et th h ou i ' nar:tmo CO military Taoth branches of eoneress. but there are other things of vital interest con nected with our military and naval es tablishaments to receive consideration. Among these is the proposition to im prove and enlarge the military station at Governors island. in New York hy. which also eantemnplat's the daepaining of the Huttermilk channel between tho 1Iland and the Brooklyn water front. Though it Is essentially an army nitas t:re. the proposed improvement iwould greatly facilitate the opera...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

CHARTER the Henry Rose Mercantile and j Manufacturing, ('ompanv, Limited. te of Louisiana Parish of Caddo. per 'asue andi Aplared the partieo .are hc reiato sublcribed. all of the pr viion t thela I l ty o t t o (irfoa t i hn se a t i sy of Act No. ; of isf .ihe en assemtbly of l~otisi~ana, they I~v.- ,ev. edn and areand lby titer present.. an A re and n te as ,ivhee il boeasuch oterpersn as may here ibecome aaoaedl with ten ht-or stitute a corporation a id feil r d for the purones and oi em'ts, ditions following, tO-W, articles and ARTICLE I. Tb name and title of the spid coporation ereby established in th om icttijile is ereb esablshe inthecity of Shreve. port. State of Louisiina. and under its cor porate name. said 'corporation shall have poe atill authority to cnontrac~t, sue and besued; tio make and use a corporate seal, aaý the same to break and alter at pleas utyi h.ld. receive, have. purchase. ina prove, alienate. convey, sell, tsirrow pledge, mortgage and hypotthicate. unde...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 27 January 1901

9' Every *ell Man His Ill Day." A doctor's examination might sho-w that kidneys. liver and: ,c nach are normal, but the {octo, c.nrot .-nalyz' the blood upon which these organs depend. Hloods .a r . rt ;,I:p ur. lta. r and er'.chtin t! Yt, . ! n re4 vol. when ' a bit it 1n strt ousl aliliftetdt. It ar 1 DysePCV'ia n n u -o yspa ctrl Ii. tr t r t' l, ,I t h r O ur 1,; i nI . l, .. I ve :th.t bad ii r, N it ur t I t" ' a16 EkUNI in . Indigestion I r, "- f m fltul.I I .. ' :r: *'{ h' titon. Lt d . I cUr' 'at an' 'i Tiayor anti '. C ,;t ' 1 i Ton E ý 1 rer 1 Ir ' nC C n S ttinr one yI ,w lasso~ t~ {+'' Nri, 11I t so ýwrnpu..llla THE C AlcAsus., ii1hE Kt'ORlT, 1. A.. .1 ira irv27 1'1 CAPT. JAS. M. FOSTER The Committee Submit Their Report. Iha Resolutions on Behalf of the Police Jury. The followiag resolutions of respect in memory of the late Capt J M Faster have been prepared by a commitLee from the police jury of Caddo parish. of wbich he was, for a number of terms i resident, a positio...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 January 1901

___ THE CAUCASIAN. VOL XI1 - - --***- - SHREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30. 1901. o 9) LOW PRICES'.--. Lad l ' Re gular IoN hlose, Black or Tan at 8c pair. ( bhltlreem regular 10e lio, all sizes, 8e psair. Ladli s Flauel Lined Undershirts worth 86 at only 25c. , .... to p match sull price. LAdle's nousebriiklng Vsta, sold by others at $1•00, our price S66 each. Pants :o match, amre pricee. Sa. pa.le .ll Wool Vests worth:l.25 at only 98c. Pants to match same price. *0 Lsdle's Murali Underwear at very low prices. (vln e us a call. We have a beautiful lot of all kiLadsof Ladle's SUnderwe.r. W. ,. Ross, 417 Texas.! * - ***-- * --. . ...B..t TO STOP THE FIGHT. Governor Nauh Make an Etot to¢ Step Frla. Pighting to Ohio. Columbus, O., Jan. 30. -Governor Nash declares no prize tight shall be pulled off at Cincinnati it the law will prevent it. He addlre.tsed a note to the attno ney general demanding that he take steps to stop the fight and a suit to enjoin the Jeffries-Ruhlln igh...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 January 1901

SHREVEPORT PAWNBROKER T'lE ONLY LIOAN OF`F`ICE IN TO1VN. remarkably Fin. r3araius iun Forfeited Diamond Rig . ..d Brooches. Also seme great values in unredeemed. Watches. A full R ities sad Fn" (;l d Jewiry always displayed in our .As . Get our pricis ou muaical lustrunmen t. ED ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. L, Tekulski, 419 Texas street. UCASIAN. ,L.,Jaaury 31, 9i 1. fN MEW COIROflY # IAL ORGAN PARISH OF CADDO The Tbust evidence of the live, en Srgp.le eod aetive citizen is the in tei n itsitafests in his home af e sat bei. willingness to make "'#Itifde'Aw the publie good. There t, T ohe progrw o: the South ha eNod i UIt seal In establisbiun e'aegtala enterpriser. Shreve is howlbag a laudable spirit ia 'i lreL io. and never ceases or well doing. These are the ptosperity and progress. ia. Ibeefw a new Oousuza. A it1. bee appointed to iu oubles. There the average con erve i e you are e.%.!J aaiQ and fteel ciareirteb rotr letrvo are Weal. a ia"u the nerve. iWaeboW risb and pure. Searset b...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 January 1901

ffer boctors Fail Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 12, 1900. Swas a sdrer or seventeen years. I had three family doctors in coisultation and they decided that mny ah would rmin bad until I had a child. They continued to treat me for four years with no success except to eto moey. There were two mar years with a great ure of money with no satisfactory results and we .._don d alhope. ýý-.- cousi, Jane Jones, oB Woodvile, Miss., paid us a visit and findin my h.halth very ad introdued Wi rul and Thefaord Black.Draght and we decided to give them a trial. My huband then wrote fr a cop of home Treatment of Female Diseases. Alter studying its contents, I found all my complaints outlined, wad for word, ad sent fa a bottle of Wine of Cardul and a package of Thedford's Black.Draught. After the us of the first I found relief. I re-ordered unt' ' had used eleven bottles and found my health very much hproved. To our surprise a baby soon ppeare .she is just as fat as a pig. Such a thing had not hap. pened i ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 January 1901

Stoohis 0 us 2ot'ent AW The wmn-Irr't.it I -ice ;' 25 c ent', t i :I1 ! '.;:. i v . i -. C. . Ho-d . '.. THE CAUCASIAN, itBEKVEPORT, I.A.,.tnu'rv " 1ry I Memorial Services. Victoria memorial servircs t - Mitrk's Epiicopal ehurch were largtl) 1 hlteUded lat Suunlay. The imuicaI programme was unusually appro priate aud .fectlvely renderedl 1 v J 11 SpearluIl'» serwou pauil triLu < t0 the womanly virliies of ;Eulauii's dad queeu and eltcit'd thte oi i profouud atten'tiou. It was ai e(o quest and feellug tribute to a gre:i and noble woman, a 'rikin tiguiri of the past ceunlry. $125 WOK rt OtItamonan'TorI e I(tegllao Ir t re' to the IReacer" oftl li I'.ai-'r The mauufacturere of l1:iiiari, T ietl]tegulator, the beot vwrgeita:. liver medicine made, recentiv ci, arged bte package to neariy twice i former size. ';he drupggit M i Shretepori had more tIban :, i, a package of the same in ,to< . nt the time and have been sbulhtirize.l i S ive At out to their cuBionlil r, ile (: Fbprge to ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

F THE CAUCASIAN. XIII SHREVEPORT, LA. BUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1901. alwie A i egwant Lin e Of Refrigerators, Ice Chest, Water Coolers, -Stoves, Cro:kery, Wo< len and Willow Ware, China and Glassware and General Line of House Furnishing Goods. Call on us or write for prices. We will treat you right. SHERIDAN, STORMER 61 CO eexas Street. ' - - - Shreveport, La Rose ercantile & lanufacltring Co., Ltd. WrOLtSALE:DA LERSA NDSMA NDrA CTUIRERS. of the prveport Steam Bottlirng1Vorki. .*veport Steam Carndy,Factory. 'Fruits, Produec, .ut send Canl esad. In:frat, anything sold in Conacetlonery Store, send you rde to the above named firm to the well knows andqliable houseof Henry Rose. Yers . to Serve, Hotary Rose Mer. & Mfg. Co. Ltd. CLERh AND CAtRRIE ation Held in Shreveport June 19. United State Civil Service Cor announoes that on June 19. 1901, a-4tle will be held n this olty for *oro olerk and carrier an the S erve*e. peraMe who have been examined for a of clerk or carrier withi...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

;,:K F A M.A!'Y DAY. Tle- ( lever 1Wonnan MIaken All Iler I ryiie) Stoniksi nnl atlres ýIoney. 1 t - I. A'.l -: ., :,k t ' a -i le of c ;-r 5,: r ! ,:: ' ' I Ic ,_. M n. . ll ( f, ali.n t o, t 1, : have :c --; ':t ".,r:Vty. Lot 14m Idhilt iL i'7' 1:0 iii i Vhtg t4 yo r t. ' ,' ,, , I a:n h I1ing yoU Li '., ali i I !.t' bit t t Ilus.Ii uit ("1''s ti .r",:11 V,:i l ma1.' ( '{ell a .!!" i, fore Il.lt ,irt ", ist I . ! V..'w ." 'i'l! liver w, < f-ri, <:1 tLe thr,,, ' ol!:,ri 1:1 t:!, il!lustr:a 0 ,t:. "" L, d.ul.r. w ill !l !.u,; .o -; daillti ly ser it. r!l cl-i, . is to I a it"'h I l. ' I - ,t .IV'< I . This (,llt" is of p.la ill, uily .l:'"-'. l' I * ,1 Ilh it;t ;o l -ii r . Iit I 1 m:1.in IWto dore, one of h, litit hl s lass linn rail tblo other f oale i lltue l!n ,.., to, ar vIii o''r it i.,' tio n ,,i Ih al I,:i I, blue waist. I,, y u ,0i-'0 the bultto11nIi,' s tIl l't o I1, t'ollhr lhs ii the ribbon an I tci' t[ :I'.'..:1 lea :l ' h i. t u n i1 i'l'Il ll e mlit'lli t'Ii:...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

F STATE TIX SALE IMMOVABLE PROPERTY Mttate of Louimana va I elin quent Tax Debtor.$ I'ariih ot Caddo. Stilt, 1. ( U1tc: ,r. 1:1\i fv t I I.iI- ii i. RI i 11 E \l' I \ iI. I 1ii 1 .1 i I "1. ilr lnii i i . t It i :11,11 Ws ,f O w '.-,1 if 1.,h ~ !111'ý 111 li v' I'1lr :fti ii ' Itil' ; L ie f -l i ii i li .11Iic. arc ;:llll t il " I iii 111 It ' thel Stdt~· if( CLrl·i.'v. ·ii. i I III'1I( ouad drs to It~ilrc h I" i vidt11 I i1't astcdf in ther v ht 4W i; it nlief1 w th l 'i I 'lle~ (.thle r ill'tIt. l iv1l oai arcc it e. c 1t,l':i, Ii . .II I 2ll ~ii the Stani'ieii i4 f i' ii offered fir (l.fii ;r i- t flot' . pl \ 1 \V,\RI) ONE. Armstror,. Mlarv S Sacrc". "c qr if w qr and All w (r sw qr, cast and west of "I S & N sec 2. t 23, r 15. State ta;x v'. par _ s tax 1.45, interest ,oc, c ,,tl 3.7 ; total $6.oo. , Mrs Joe Carter 8o acres. nw qr of ne qr and ne qr of I se qr sec 3, t 22. r 15. State tax 1.44, parish tax 2.76, Intrcest 40oc, co's 3..75; Total tax $8.35. J D Collins uzo ac...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

And can not call, phone ;561, two rings All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and we will call on you personally- All Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns, Etc. transactions confidental. Bargains in Unredeemed Pledges L. TEIKSKI. The Shreverort Facwnhroktr' 419 Tf-xas St.eet OpD F.< toffic. THE CAUCASIAN fre cauCOsIsn Putl lst(PQ CCmDanY CFFCIAL ORGA4' OF THE PARISH OF CADCO A Query? tDid you ever staud by and see a chicken scratch and rake over a pile of refuse iu search of a crumo or worm, and ten aunother chicken that stood idly by grab nud eat the mor sel? That illustrates the fellow who sits ar.and town, kicks on improve ments and then reaps the beudtits by hiaviug his property increased in value uy reason of the improvelmeutI. made by others. * Second Assistant Secretary of State A A Adee is said to be better versed in the language of diplomacy than any liviug American. lie writes nearly all the state papers intended for foreign readiug.--rimes.Clariou. .id he write McKinley's mess...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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