ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Caucasian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,062 items from Caucasian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,062 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

'1IN TBE FOREST OP &BDEB." Commesnement Programmes at iorth Louisiana Institution. Sweet Peas and Jessamines. NOTE8 AND PERSONALS. Dainty Invitations from the Shakesopeare Girole for Tuesday, May 28, read, "In the Forest of Arden, As Jou Like It." The wide soreadli , velvety lawn, the delicious air, the freshness, the fragrance, everywhere--surely no sport on earth could have been lovelier than tane twen tieth oDntury, "'Forest of Arden," the home of Mrs M F Emltb. and o, hostesses more charming than the gracious ladies whose thought had conceived the idea of a fete champetre for their May gathering. Souvenir cards inscribed with Shakes. peie ooup:ets and oriai a ited with sweet peas were:: resented to the gu aste. Out aunder arches of green, the leafy boughs of sycamore meeting overhead, and by hedges orf sweet peas, this *goodiie companie" strolled and sipped nectar, ices being served on pretty tables on Lhs lawn. Mrs Smith was assisted in receiving by Mrs Leon Smith and Mrs M...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

TRADE MARIK BALKE'S LIVE OAK WHISKEY SOFTENED BY ACE. Awar-ec !old Meda! r.t A:!arta Exp.ition. Is the best and ',urest Rye Whriiskey so:d in the South. R. F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors, CINCINNATI, U. S. A. Orders mailed to our head office will be flled from our neare4t rc.redlted distributor. BETRAY N OTICB Betrayed before the undersigned author ity, by John Cole, one bay mare, black mane and tall, small silt In left ear, about fifteen hand. bigh, shod in front, seven or eight years old. The owner will come forwarJ, pro property and pay obarges, or the animal will be sold as the law directs, at Blanch ard, on SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1901, W E W AbSON, Juftioe of the Peace, Ward Three, Caddo Parish, La. May 0, 1901. MM Kendrick, Architect ,and auperintendent. Office in Waring Bldg. Office Telephone 1025 Residence Telephone 1085. COMMERCIAL National Bank ....OF._ CAPITAL $100 00o SURPLUe SL .,1 .000, OFF1CRIlr P]T YTObEE................Presides H" H. YOUBEE ....... . Vieo.Preslden L. . ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

AMO' Chill T Ia TuIIosda end Ouaruamtee to Csnwo Chllts and oFvr and rall alealg T? lne. Does Not Comtala Q·lae Nor Other P.",... Does E Lot Inja: Stomach No Eo fe the Bearing. W.m A. m ty rton, DimeBox Tel, V a, amon Pepsi, hill Tonicis the eet we harve ever ta.'dlled. t o pr. pr c be tin nia ctieadcl sanysit theonly m ll Tonic which a chi ~ c.n t.te hout In urrv t the stomach." Prise .0 BROVN MY'G. CO., Pr,, - reenevtlli 'ienu HEIERMAN LOEiB, ....DEALER IN.... Hide, Wool, Tallow. Beeswax Fnr6, Etu Ccmmerce Street, Next to V., S. & P. Ry., Shreveport, La I guarantet' to tie sellerF the net price obtaiued In Vickeburg, 6 Louis, New Orleans Galv.ston and Houaton markets. Prompt return madc on receipt of Shbipmeutw S G. DREYFUS & CO W(OLESA.LR ')'ALERS 1N ]Uri Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats. COL. SPRING AND CROUKETT STREETS PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO 0CNTRY ORDERS BAIhY HUNTEh. SAM tiUNERK tHAWK HUNTER HUNTIE ~ BROS. Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants ll.and 113 MILAM 8TRE...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 June 1901

Eruptions Dry. moist, scaly tetter, all forms of eczema or salt rheum. pimples and other cutaneous eruptions proceed from burners, either inherited, or acquired through defective digestion and as simi.ation. To treat these eruptions with drying rl .:fines is dangerous.. The thing tc do is to help the sys tern discharge the humors, and to strengthen it against their return ood's Sar'aparilla permanently cured J. G. Hines. Franks. Ill., of Cy.z.rma, from w hieb be had fufftled for -one tine: and Mliss Alvina Wolter. Hox 212. AlioLa. Wik.. of ,i'm D!. on, h1r farv arnt bar,k ant ,'.: f'lE d -kin on her bodyr. by which he," had Ib·o n 'r.atly troublrd. There are nore tertin:,nials in favor of this great medicine than can be published. Hood's Sarsaparilla Premises to cure and keeps the prom ise. No longer put off treatment. Buy a bottle of P ocd's today. THE CAUCASIAN BnHRE EI'ORT, LA., June 2. 1901. SUNDAY REFLECTIONS, Entered for Copyright by Harry Hunter. 3llS 0n. PARK BENJAMIN. Press...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 June 1901

HE CAUCASIAN. VO XI SHREVEPORT, LA. WEDNESDAY , .J lINE ;, 1901. A The Nursing Mother aids her cff'pring and hkrself by using ANHEUSER-BUSCH'S the food drink-recommended by doctors. Invalids and convalescents benefit materi ally by its tonic properties, stimulating the appetite and aiding digestion. Sold by all druggists. Prepared only by the Anheuser-BuschBrewingAss'n St. Louis, U. S. A. Brewers of the famous Budwu-eiser. Michelob, Black & Tan, Pale-Lager Faust, Anheuser-Standard, Export Pale and Exquisite. Ilenryr lose lIercaiitile & ilaliiifaciturilg fo., Ltd. IWHOLESALE DEALERS AND VANUFACTURERS. Propi eto-s cf the l1rrev J)rtt Nienii) Iott1iii 1V'oriow. I 1i rev - port Stena iii < cl -Factory. For Fruip, IPrcdurf, N tw sird Catitegsud. iufact, kiythiug gold in Fruit and ( (tietctioery Storu, seul yoir orders to the above named firm who ar( surcc:Rsrs to il wc" kuw u and reliable houseiof Heurv Rose. Yours to Serve, Henrv Rose Mer. &'Mfg. Co. Ltd S G. DREYFUS &...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 June 1901

.ONEY TO LOAN. -'IFAYOU NEED MONEY)~, trig And can not call, phone 561, t«wo rings Ml1'Amounts. Personal Collateral. and w c will call on vou personally- All Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds. Guns. Etc. transactions confildntal. Bargains in Unredeemed Pledges L. TEK[LSKl, The Shrevecort Pawnbroker 419 Tex ts StreAt ODD Fostortfice THE CAUCASIAN EL. 0 ME CA 0W 110 %0 co 10001 C, FF0/AL ORGA V OF THE OARJSH OF CADDO TILLMAN AND McLAUKIN. The nest important item of poll i cal MeWe last week came from South (larolUa. Semators Tillman and Mc Leuris have agreed to leave their pollikal piferenoes to a Democratic premary, and to that end have placed Sheir- reegnations in the hands 01 the governor, to take effect I $$vealber, after the primary Des deteernlned the wishes of thu votet. IS is an honorable course for the umators to pursue sad benefic i. to the State. At present South Caro Sally has no voice In the set of public questions, as the fats eofeoe senator kills the vote of hire ther. $ast.or...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 June 1901

BEAUTY IS HEALTHI. I guk yeforthe eneft IWalnut Lake, Ark. June 3. 1900. thank you for the benefit I received from your advice and the Wine of Cardui u took. In my terrible condition my life was no pleasure to me at all and I was of no use to anybody. After receiving your advice rnd medicine I com menced taking it and began immediately to improve. The pains left me and the menses, which came at the correct tie.e continued three days. I have gained strength and my weight has increased. My hWsband says the medicine has made me better looking than ever before. Mn. UZZIE MANNtELL Womanly health means bright eyes, rosy cheeks, clear complexion and elasticity of form. This is the youth unmeasured by years-the beauty of perfect womanhood. Beautiful women are happier and get more out of life than their sisters whose faces indicate suffering. Wine of Cardui made Mrs. Mannell "better looking" and infinitely happier because it cured her of those terrible pains. But she is no exception. WINEorJ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 5 June 1901

th s1 digesrthi n. relieve dt trrs In Il1$ dr dripsking too hci .d Ooaatipr 'on, tole %j THE everywhere. 25 cents. th THE CAUCASIA. 5ft33V3POET, LA., June 6. 1901. iitr '!k City Council and the Parish School Board. j At a meetiag of the City Council bold t iOsatly o1enue1rn0 5 a Hicks submittedt l0t e linidawatlen an ordinance providiug fhithe sale el eight lots of the batture * eperty, 'Ve of which are leased to the ''V08a Soit for a term of years, at $500. hbpe posed ale was to be ade to th B 4: i0Mm t for S 0,gw,:the autount agreed M by majoerity of the council and "all 'P aQheel purposesejand said school L &aas he owned mad controlled by the 6 #She #l1ss Shesel Beard at their session Sheld e M**day. adopted a series o0 reso !tites Ina welsh they disapprove the pro- t peudm sale of thee lots and recommend to 3 oSbaismes that the lease of the batture lots beMattall and the rentals be spoiled to 'I 46100 a part o the expenses of maintain lag the asheols. Whatne~rmea be mid in c...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

_ HE CA UC ASIAN. Ill. SHREVL1PORT, LA. SVNi.X VM 1' I 7; , .iil F 9, 1901. e Best Bargains AT THE 7NKRO? TSALE OF Si LVERSTEI N'S STOCK 'T WAIT BUT COME NOW. WE OFFER s of Slippers at........................ 25c s of Ladies' Shoes at........... 50c les' Trimmed Hats................... No. 307 Texs Street,, .BRANDT. Umbrellas, Baby Cap, Ladies Parasols, REPAIRED AND RECOVERED AT LOW PRICES All work guaranteed. Covers from 49 cts up. Send a postal and I will call. 612 Texas Street. Next to J D Lee's Old Stand 1*awe A n aint Line efrigerators, Ice Chest, Water Coolers, es, Cro:kery, Woolen and Willow Ware, na and Glassware and General Line of se Furnishing Goods. Call on us or te for prices. We will treat you right. HERIDAN, STORMER & CO s Street. - - Shreveport, La ____________ as key. Oandidate for e bets oreed to 1066 $Svern m Wedmesday, Juse to elect a eeusoilams to ail term of Bea W W (spae One of the sauouseed Z 3 Harkey, who ts ex " OWs "stN". as is M. di progvereeve ideas....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

Dr. Humphreys' Sppecif<l u cure by actit,' dir'-rtly irpon 1I ;;. - .r, witheu;t 1 . ir:;; >iisurder in :-::y t.i: r ipirt of th. "-. t mn. *,". c!; r.. RIR as. S- 1etr e rr.. C(nro'.. ir., Irl.a'lnt ioT n . .a5 2-1..ue.1 ral t-v.s. ..%! !.. .21 ,3- f, truing. Cr.',Ir; ', . ' ui... '.: • . .2t5 * -"i; rrl..rn,It.· h; '.r . .. A..f n;h; .C. .I' ; .( :izr !.*e. T'. .. ..!! : ." I ...... . .* " -thl ri-nln rcbe, >''.L :. 1.: ,' . r. i;:' . .';,» ' %1 -- ; . . T..n ..1 SIr. l.roi ;! - ' ;:;. ,; ..r . n , l,.:, ..... .2 .u I - . i-111a. ' I . . * ir . . i, J. - !t-h eui md.r-!i.: .1 1 M .:. ...... .'.5 l i-Mainri. :.i,:.' . -..: .. . .25 19-4'i»;,vmb. I!l nrt.(.l i.:?u !l1'd .2i.1 2?O-M. hi o-..sit,.- au h . ................. . 5 UT- Mi. -,n I *- . r.. . .. .... . ....... . 5 2-Teron. i -ilily .. . ..... . 1.00 4(-1 0 n-r1 flea . t..-. r-. i tel- .... .25 77- i I . 1; i entv . .. .23 ''IT. ' '"I i' l t: . ..;: -as.·. at v.uf 1 ..q. . " - . 1r - a . .. - -. -. 'T :i r...-.i. .f p...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

STATE TAX SALE IMMOVABLE PROPERTY The State of Louisiana vs I)elint quent Tax Debtorsi Parish of Caddo. Office State Tax C(iPect r. My . t1 VR eted i11n e by the t C1om 'i :l Lrws ~f the State of L>I sell at t e princial r ;t ': I ourtlh .n itmw h i Court (f said Parish it 11 ii of Caddo, wiitn t ,i C a.mn.. 5 I ILI \ J3 Colnfttltinlg oin ta l 1 said sales are c property on wth :I rC C lte to the State of , ... . al. Ir- Pad-h- (of Caddo. to enciii e t lkr n ~f taxls assessed in tic r .i t ,yi t. e'h1r with interest thi f an :n i ;-tt day of December. 1 n the rI of 2 Ir cent per month ta' 1 j,.id. andl all on t. The name, oi dI nelilittnt tax itL ers, the amui . ut\(, d(it by etch the assessnl''t If 1t ye:r tnt tic it movable prof erty CIV a-e'd t~ eachi to bel offered for sale are as follows. tI wit WAARD ONE. rVipstrIng. ' i r of sw 9, ca- and west ofi I & .\ e R, sec 2, t 23. r 15. gate tax iUC. par ish tax I.45, interest 20c, coats 3.75 total $6.oo. Mrs Joe Carter 8o acre...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. IF YOU NEED MONEY An<! ca," 1:fý ca 1. h n 1 ti r All An o uInt-. Purs :Ul C" : lateral "n 7' ' I lBrgvis iin 11ee e IPladgs b 1H 1 x :K THECALCASRN -FFC/AL OQGAV/ OF-- THE DARISH OF CADDO SECTIINAL UNITY. ft.e Stat 3 yiehiJ ;. none i, .ii:.r( to r: t o. c 'e .a u)t:: t. : t 'buidgý over th bood chii::n a ou? hi;'h an hou-ra )le lineý. 1; t;" 1 Yes the t':me a Conme- when l` tliLI of th . )n'IIn _l to 1ev H- I to i*h prj i:. >-; a ;' 'rive to bu -cc' cost an a ltie: hut it in A < t that tai- t iiyl ug proces. _" .1 .t bC a o0 -Siled i fl ir. We al yite willing to co bhlt way in to Juud work, I ut no: a siugl* j iar lurther. We are wihing to forzet tLe ffults au,. furivc the wrouue pcrretrated by 1 ucoln and Gr .11 Whenever the Nor h getagready t( to the same part by Davis and L -, ahd not oie moment earlier. We art willing to hold u? L ncolu to th admiration of the children of tot South the very moment the North whl' agree to hold up Davis in the game role to...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

FYIE MINUTE LKSI Complimentary Ent3rtainments Commencement Fxerclses at. the industrlp1 Institute NOTES AND 1'INItsONxLS. The beautiful luncheon Oiven last Watur day afternoon in the privato di¶inz room of the Serwich lintel, iv Mnr 1 ( -wann. In honor of Ms i-H Smith, of llarrodlbure, Ky., was a rechrtrh. and dellgbtful bces:i tality to a diskflinihetiid ma lt. The tabae w s 'acirtitutiv leorcFited with fltwers born 'w ,nnhav:''4 ra-e ear,-n. Tne center price was a feral decoration of white tweet iea and candy tuft, with a fringe of puride frlc"oms at 'Ii m: " of at s .c cover w.a laid a bouq'i t from taw tunhaven. 'Fe a c., ry menu xis comp tio by courses of tin;', b rrie., cream, cakes and colee. A t .A tenas' by Mrs HLmiltrn to '')o:r linete,, " w astoloa'o by on' Iri I Mrs Wili-ma to "Our ilrrnor",I G(ie-t." The guests wire Mime S Q It mllton, Steven Steers, R)gers, ,iruttleworth, Rule, Williams. "** Garden tarty Tues1;y evening, "A it w of the girts irt meimo-y of happy days 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. — 9 June 1901

New Y.ork. .JiInm 7..-.. TIh 'l I ATerI al-iti iim f N:ituralr ll !.try i Itlnait l . il !>: I li I'l *I- d ! ~ Iv. tT i' iv .r, w\ ill i l l: -- . - I t I. v. t, r . I l l' . c.* : ! , JI m ..: Th . . -t .Turi I i I*.t T r i it I. t r lo o I i 1i aii i re i S .al. R rI ! . 1 h.Iicr. hir 1111i lr ..I l , i 111,' 1 sli I, -l V s' prwl\' l . and II (itrin ?. -iy i rlllk jllr m he 11 l.l. I C'iliarln FraIl. L.prlu l MM.-- rrcri l.a r!i1'1. iil a ;hl t' re i ,L, mrin ii atcell i1'a . " 11i ,l'a "t-. ]i.lr " li . 'o 'lla lll'l-- Iar;ji r l Ith ti liI j S(oilrdl or At-kllai l. YBrln,f. N. S. WV.. . Te1bl IitisI ~ i Gturiiner, Olthr. IhnVI ll on irt o the duklr.- l o.Imes.. oif t (brwall ar. 'Turk have aui!t-d f>tr Auckland. I friktl n a M h.e.ol t n«n>. Cedar Falls. It.. Jumm 7.--)tIrinligI n hail sttirm ninr Littletoi. lightning struck a schiomlhouo anl fatally intjuredi Paun Hlnrt s, a pupil, ilton the tav-hr. MI.~ Juitn Mlinrvev. Srvrln fither pupilf -vtr butlied. Ibut InIot f...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

CMARTER OF The Caddo Oil and Mining Company Limited. State of L iant Parish of Caddo. Be it known that i b e. Iav'd 1'. !1and. a N,,tarv Public in :at(d for Caclddo Iari'sh I *t'i..iana .i - missioticd. amldil md ind wi c'irn. i aind appu.art d the. SA'. tim- are heremit o s. iit I o I clare, that. availin-* * t'· '1' "\t pruvisi,-ns, of Ac , i , i-4 iKYof ,ink General \semi -..nlv t.viI Iii an z w li it k Well , t4 tilt g..!li eral laws f saLid Siaiv relntiv t, u ellV oIrganizationi f c(- rpf'- dim. Iit\C fo rmed them.eixt-z. tht-ir and succe:ss-r, intio a C'inonrii i. ini f-I the objects. and, purp- k-, :md nminr ihic agreements and ituhi i n~ hercln after set forth. which they liercbv adopt as their charter. The ame of thb hri.nreha nse. le 1 .i ..d :.,e 55" 'F ~t" sit slt: ii 11: t years. t~ nsi 't d r se as i'r_ r: I; " uld to* nameý myriger,. di " crp ratl , ny require. and 1, mtal-e such hs-ls .s. and rile' ft r thI t 7per man::.c.mnct f the s ff ir 4 tile corps ratloln as 11...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

The &Timuids cf Pare fl5od Th s r. ' orp; 'tn r t. rp r p.r f--s rr, gL' ba] tnd±'¼e t U rk Pr - A t r., Lo,::: u get H0 W.V THE CALCASIN SH 1tREVEP'OlT, LA., June hi. FOR CCUNCILMAN The Caucasian Is author:zed to ancturce Ail, C M CHRISTIAN as a caLtadate or ( cuccilman for the Seventh Ward of the city. Election June 19. RIVER AND WEATHER The weather yesterday was fair. Temperature: minimum 74. Maximum 92. Mher: Fulton 18.8, a fall of 1.6; Shreve port 16.3, t fall of U.1. IlRiver Forecast: Red river in the vicinity of Shreveport will change but little during the next 45 hours. Forecast Ior Shreveport and vicinit3 Shcwera Sunday. The Red River Line steamer Electra is advertised to lave on Monday next, June 16, at 12 m, for New Orleans. How Are 1 .ur kidneys r Dr. Hobbs Sparacrus Pills cure a!! kidnes- ill Sam. 3lefree. Add Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N. Y. stcp. When you want money, fire insur snce, bcndp, life insurance, real estate accident insurance or building and can st...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901

The Stimulus of Pure Blood T > I ' i * what is I*w 1 Q 1pa / <' v Or-'n ! t'-, l f 1r Ii, p-t i r p :r f a . "'. -', ." I ,. f.,.n - i.., 1 ori, ' ' ri. rr a' , ' ., . * It, . 1 . trrll , n '- 'v a-- - , . , . ' I ... . I! ! ..A gIet. I... i . a * I ' • , A 1I w t' a '. -f. f. P.* 1; . * r - - -' , *.,a„ . , ,. l ' . i , I., , I b, t, . . t1, , , . l . . ! . - pt'a.'" a, , 1 . ... ** *'l ir t.. it s l ', | * , get i . '. ,y tIll CAICA\SI;' ýll11 ' f't ti 1 I, I A ., "In i . I 'I FOR CC iN(ILMAN 1 hr Htuetmiain i intutht i,'0i iarr Irne N M 4 thu 'If IAN a. % (i4 diItiA for 4 tuitcilman for the .vrnftbli i%$141t 0 t ie city. Election .Iure 1:1. iIVEN ANt WEAIHER The weather )estqrdey wa. fair. Tenmperature: minimum 74. Maximum P2. lItler Fuiton 1lt.1, a fall of 1.0t; Shreve port 10.J, Pf fall of t1.. IURIver Forecast: Red river In the vicinity of Sbreveport will ehange but little during the next 4M hours. Forecast lot bbrevetort and viotnit3 chSwers Sunday. The tied River Line ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 June 1901
Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 June 1901

SHE AUCASIAN. VOL XIIl. SHREVEPORT, LA. W1 DNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1901. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ It..ýcf Tuyr1rf YYmff~mmteNO Mi 88mp et. <teghAl aKSlurTu E 15 gp dlLI E~da I / p tState Militia* Ancampm ent. I-- --m.m . RAMOBI'S ..Gy Pepain hl (JiIC t T·*kl* M/ emlrr..sd t* Con Caot, ..r Fovr see all elegael TreeMeS. Does Not Contaai oUh Im 9er l the aN.* 1 D Men Not Injare the Utornae Nor Efbes the Bearlng. W. A. McLarty d& So, DimeBol,.Tez, hay: "Ramon a Pepsin (Chill Tonic is the best we have ever a'died. Iy son prescribes Itin his practice.anud say it it theouly ill Ton whic ch a child can take without injury to the Mtomach. Prile 0 BRi)W NE RV.. Cl)., Proprs, reene v ille. Tenn. The Best Bargains AT THE BANKRUPT SALE OF R. SILVERSTEIN'S STOCK, DON'T WAIT BUT COME NOW. WE OFFER 3)0 Pairs of Slippers at.................... 25c S50 Pairs of Ladles' Shoes at............. 50c 250 Ladies' Trimmed Hats............. No. 307 Texs -Street. E. BRANDT. Umbrellas, Baby Cap, -, Ladles Par...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 June 1901

EY TO LOAN. IF YOU NEED MONEYZ ColatealAnd can nut call, phone 501, two- rings R ts Personal Collateral. and w\\e will call on you personally- All Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc. transtacti0n1 conficlental. ' glu a 1 lnredeemed Pledges L. ILLSKI, The Shreverort Pawnlrokkr -419 1x H St-hrt (pp Postcfl'c* THE CAUCASIAN. CFFCIAL ORGAV OF THE PARISH OF CADDO 11A3 1xoHAN1O OF NEW OBRLANS. The gklew KebeR e of New Or IenSe ha dedlied to send delegat a rte SntBk e lndustrial Coyeno Mel wVrie met in Philadelphia Tu·dy. It appear that sugar was eWusk speially eo the programme W tbh eeveatdon, which has dia peiwla the e*zhange. The sugar l**ewrtfhqe State, as compared to Sk Sdqrlee Cottoa, wheat, eNart.1ete, Is a miaimum, but men SthI eafr olduatry have summed a -eikam tOhy canMt umaitatn. The ik lateeaWs of the Demoertic h- be' je pardised ito Loals Sil , the sake of sugar. As a : of h State, sagar bsould : mraited t to he ftlleat N o but Ble advantage ca iby asY aieoM of the Bogar f INew Oeri...

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