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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

THE. PROGRESS. 111. SuIRE VEc I LA,, SLA ATiJRI)AY, NOVEM lt5i' 21, 1896. I'ItCFX 5 CEN NES AND NOT CHEAP TALK IS WHAT WE DIVE Now that tlc election is over everybody will be contented and satifie, as all anticipatioii will he se(ttl(d, and if' yu waint to Ie lipliy and always lave a few d(1llars on hand, come and buy from us, for we are selling cheaper than any , one, a we be.liove it) siiall I)rflits IIn qlllick sales, oure' ever lasting mrI)tto. D)on't ftirget to ask for your tickets for the PIANO that we dare goIinl to (t IV ' Away. IE4ver'y dollar yo3' spenl0d with 1is lentitlcs you to a ticke(t. BELOW FIND SOME OF OUR PRICE S A NEW ASSORTMENT OF l'uh. , el, olor tlr ynrd (hviot. - H, .'r nrdl 'I'owels 15 to .i) 1 i".r panI (i hidr 's sloes - O \if.. . . . . . to t.h pber tr y'rd -irnsh 4. pe l- r yt Iadi, h i.'klr'Ihless, I msit , m' at t hi r falkleV, DRESS GOODS. ,'rh.khIIlg, 5.1 e Ie'1 yn t '1 , I elis gn1i 0ieL ) ilk' , 1 0 Bllllll l hh' tl l lhe'r.h f INK. 2.5v to 5 *o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

DUR TALMAGE'S SERMON, Washington, D. C., Nov. :, 1 Y,.- Clear out of the ornldin:ry style of tr -lonizing is thist remniarkalhil di'i;ort'se, Of Dr. Talmage. ills text iv: Itom. 9: 8: "I could wish that myself were ac cursed from Christ for my brethren, my kinsmen according to the flesh." A tough passage. Indeed. for those who take P'aul lIterally. \Vhcu someh of the old theologians dcliared that they were willing to hI damneiidic for the glory of God. they s:aid what 1 oilne believed. 'aul did not in the text mean he was willing to diie forever to save his relatives. lie used hyper hole, an' when he ileclareil, "I cnrldi wish thln' mytelf w oere at r. Il f'oai ('hlrit for my brethren, my kinsmen acording to the flesh," he meant in t he, miost vhle ment of all possible ways to declarn his anxiety for the salvation of his relaties and friends. It was ia p)as sion for souls. Not more than one Christian out of thousands of ('hris tlans feels it. All-absorbing desire for the bettermen...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

Y AND POULTRY. to do 18 we ERESTING CHAPTERS FOR that OUR RURAL READERS. givet thou Sqccessful Farmers Operate This wert partment of the Farm-A Few A3 f0 Ints as to the (are of Live Stock Well d Poultry. els want want E met Mr. Henry profi SSowden of Mans- no s field on a train the other day, and while he was tell ing us about his Ru White Wyandottes, \! and the pleasure he had in them, an ~~ to di amused s mile milk came into his face as he told us of an of Nh rience he had in selling a for hatching this sum- the says Farm Poultry. A neigh- mill had admired the White Wyandottes and te frequently, and expressed a wish as t buy a sitting of eggs. Mr. S. told actu he had none to spare this year, duri ted them all himself. After he was cow done setting hens for the season the past ghbor came again and wanted eggs. tern SS. told him he wasn't keeping them 1 rate, but thought he knew the of Ite Wyandotte eggs pretty well, and lbs. Id pick out a sitting. Feeling not Mai to certain, howeve...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

j rr .OGK SEMI-WEEKLY. Publisht'd every Thurtduy and Satnrday C D. HIICKS,........ ........Editor. Catered in the Postotice at Shreveport a, Second-Class Mail Matter. OMhe--20 and 205 Mihlan Street, betweed Spring and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: vn , . Ye .. ............... .....One Dollar l .... mths .. ..... ......Sixty-five Cents Three Months...............Thirty-five Cents .__ --.. -- . I4)eial Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Union SaMREVEPOIRT, LA., NO%. 21, 1906. Berwick, La., has quarantinPd against Patterson. Ciuse-Small pox. A local o,'tion election will hbe held ia Ward 2, B ssier oDrish, now soon. qGreat Scoti ! lookout for squalls. We belit ve in street paving; more especially if the other fellow foots the bills. Dick Bland, Jerry Simpson and Judge Holman, all defeated two years ago, will again take their seats in Congress on March 4th. To Brother D. N. Thompson, ed itor Catahonla News: You got us on your last reply about Senator Caffery, and we eave. The Peoples Friend, of Lee...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

ur White Ash 4 OR I Red Ash , l.t),, ,ilurlilitUl ml OBi00r il i! COAL! COAL! ' uioI cteotit ttl 8UllMrtiMH tr iiK TTSBURG, i Anthracite, ! QAL DOMESTIC USE. o SLECK, ALL LUMP, 0 COAL ON TIHE MARKET. Prompt Delivery. b iet C iird A Y1'onr Orders to the 1i Gas Worts, P - PLEASAN!' CALL. R ay aftrru.. ,ia 'HE PROGRE s8 o visit fron dlies Ruth and a Herbert Furschler, aged 2 8 dnd 11 months, respedtfully. dren, both of them are they, 8 always aronses our interest. t' Well, the editor has some of ' Y W. B. WEAVER. SPAINTER AND REPAIRER E pay a big price to have your t os fixed? W. B. Weaver is Sanu is still the reliable roof J sau repairer. He will guar i both old and new shingles, tin roofs will not leaf if he a dud repairs them. Remem- f - arantees all work done by bble the turkvs now turn thoughts to thanksgiving and 'S. .TESS was glad to see Mi. bs. president of the First bank, at bis desk again Wed PMa a bse ee' of s "nme ten -*1 i I - Leonad, col r d, residing in d our office a ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

Te T ~icgress. U. 1). IIIU1,. Ed, i r.. St IIi.V EI rf, - - IA)'iIl\N,.1. SufferLng after. pult into the numan toice a tonue that src(:n divine. Few young men over appreciate how anuch their sistersH do for thollIn. Not until we kntow a nuin's :rl, have we any right to ý.ay that we lknow dim. The electlion return:. show that thelre Is a large number of false iprophetn inl 'the land. May a man has lost his job airnply becanuse he did notil keep quiet until spoken to. The man who can adapt himself to all kinds of so'i'ty is not an ornamentl to any sort. The man who anys no to himself In nothing hasi the devil for a traveling companion. It is what you do when not. at work that mainly forms character and causes success or failure. The man who thinks more of amuaý lment than he does of business never really enjoys either. Sympathy is a very fine thing in the abstract, but it hasn't saved a great aumber of Armenian lives. The public has no right to inquire into a man's affairs beyond the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

AGE BY FLOODS./ N, Armand QAD TRAFFIC STOPPED and bra AND LIVES LOST. Mr. Ma arrived * Over White River IU I)own an'd C " in ir It Running--Tno Men Lost I lf l4ive in thle Yakima River Trying close ( ue Their Comipanion. gents a gents a .. ..."Thc: -a. Wash., Nov. 18.-The city is, m sy Sby tlodtls so far as railroadt he shil is concerned. UTp to noon yes- "The not a train had left or arrived for lihb erpt to get passengers through you kn tland was ahandoned Monday he figlh when the train which left Toco- no dot onday returned. A washout at ('ban k prevented even a transfer and don't c washouts further down the line In a permit the trains from Portland lions ( h that point. The White river counts on the Seattle branch is down Rio sou trains are running on that line. are di' vel between! this city and Seat- or less carried on by Sound steamers. operat e line to the fast. several wash- consts 'east of the mountains prevents cral h from running, the crews are at Maceo constantly antd wi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 21 November 1896

history of Shreveport; the unanimous expessions of the leading and best peo .f our city, as well as total strangers, traveling men, who see the greatest of all eood things that are going: all agree that in few cities could our stock and styl s be equaled. There mnstibe more thai ordinary merit in our system of store keeping. When we gave our Grand Opening Thursday night. October 8, we naturally epected a crowd, butno such crowd and crush as did appear. We feel highly gratified and heartily thank the good people for showing the inter est in our constant efforts to pleasefthem. ,. [ we will not dwell on the high compliment paid us by the press and the public The fact that we have been able to show to the most skeptical critics that we are the LEADERS in style, quality and knowledge of the artistic, and so acknowledged by ALL, is more pleasing to nusthan the circus mode of self praise usually adopted by some self important adrertisers. We gave this lisph: to show that in our twenty or...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

f· .. -.~~c~~) --s i ··,·i. . mow. I " . ;r. j: *~;v A "· " L N. 4. TESS. r L8 VOL, 5,--NO. 42. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1896. EI, N J VALUES AND NOT CHEAP TAK IS WHAT WE GIVE Now that the election is over everybody will be contented and satisfied, as all anticipation will be settled, and if you want to be happy and always have a few dollars on hand, come and buy from us, for we are selling cheaper than any one, as we believe in small profits anO quick sales, our ever lasting motto, Don't forget to ask for your tickets for the PIANO that we are going to GIVE Away. Every dollar you spend wit h us entitles ou to a ticket. _ELOW FIND SOME OQ OUR PRICE A NEW ASSORTMENT OF Plush. assorted colors, 50c per yard Cheviots - - 8c per yard Towels 15e to 1,01) per pair Childret shoes - DRE S ODSVelvet, 2 i to 50u per yard Stripes - - 41-4c per yard Ladies handkerchiefs, hewstitched, 5e I Gents handkerchiefs fancy DRESS GOODS. Jeans, good quallity - 10c per yard Ladies handkerchie...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

MINE EXPLOSION. ,'TWO MEN KILLED AND THREE INJURED. ,'he Explosion Was Caused by the Com -bastionof Ashphaltum, Dust .nd Gas in *bhe Malne-List of the Dead and SWounded. Price, Utah, Nov. 25.-A heavy ex plosion occurred at the St. Louis Gil son Asphaltum company's mine, near Fort Duchesne, yesterday afternon, in ,W 'which two men were killed and three ethers badly wounded. The killed are: Charles Anderson of Ashely, Utah; Andrew Barnes of dark City, Utah. The injured are freighters from Price. Utah, named fWebber and Bunce and one unknown. The explosion was caused by the com ,tlstion of asphaltum, dust and gas, mthe mine immediately taking fire. The 4 i-e`et it so intense that it is impossible yt get near it. The flames are rising Sfirom all three shafts 100 feet in the air. Mob After Slattery. 'New York/4ov. 25.-It took all the 4plee r es in Newark, N. J., to e ery, the ex-priest, from being . He lectured in this city yes Sevening, and at the close of the g2lformance of some 1,500 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

CRbiied, Rheumatic and Dyspepti1e. Nervous Headache and Nervous Debility for Five Years. Digestive Organs Useless. Mr. Wm. J. McDermott, a Newspaper Man of English, Indiana, Testifies to the Potency of Pink Pills. From the New8. Indianapolh, Ind, The following comsiunication spealks for itself: ENGLISH, Ind., Sept. 7th, 1896. D). WILLIAMS' MEDICINE Co)., Schenectady, N. Y. Gentlemen:-My name is William J. Mc 1)ermott, I am forty-live years of age and a newspaper man by p:ofesslon. Having been crippled by a gunshot wound of the foot, some of the charge still remaining in the limb, my habits were of the most sedentary kind. 1 soon became afflicted with piles of a most aggravative description, my digestion grew so impaired that I could not retain food upon my stomach, and eating was a dread sick headache and nausea were constant and in addition to these ills I contracted rheumlatism in its chronic form. I was fre quently compelled to take to my bed with headache and sour stomach. my fo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

't.·f '`y't ý'ibliitd 4 31 ý ' ii 'I'li 'i i iv uiiI S'Ii( tutlrd y. CD. III KS ................ EditoLr. .lktmnd Ii the I E)tomet at Shreveport yip " around-Clad( Mall Matter. " W--20.an ud 211,º 51 i I i tt rtlI·~I, 1,n~( !~!t Spirling nnd Market. SUB4URlPTION: Yu ºYou,. e...................On Dollar ICMoiuthq ....... . .....lSxtyfve(tients Ikiw Months.. ............h..aThirty-five Cents *IqiO Journal Caddo Pariah Farmerm Union SUREVRE'OIIT, IA., NO't. 2, l99f. THE HER ULD. 2· aA new paper hag in Ide its appuar an. l*oe in our ity. It i a lively young 'tlr, full of vim, contains plenty of Eito anrd talks about all tbu nelws. It '~ears the name TIhe li[eralil, and lha ýr'r.L. L . (raiu at the city clitorial elm. 51r, Cranm iv a vveteran anai tonowns a piece of news whi hbe ears it. We find also our friend Mr. W. A. Iatherland, anlother good newspaper amanager. I'bis is a good tanm Tus PiioonEss believae the new - eftnre will be successful. We hope anyway and brethron one and SuIl, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

STILL P Buy Our White Ash T1im 1na teal of I 011 conyeseuer Red Ash tlworitioe pITTSBURG, wil l I 111 h ut111N ýl AnithraCite, ; espweciul ' '' 1 ItR II ti. LI 4a Ci C FOR DO COESTI USE hoars, I Iittllllltltl'.IIl t1IIl IIIl N !11,ý..,..ý p ,it erf I ND ,R[1GK. I equawlly flpp T('OAL tON TilE MAlitK\l. ,! Wl""Iy i i 1rompt 1)rli4'l'y. Int bthe Aatct the prompt I1 (1 mdl 1filM Curii 1 t FOR ~ thMST[ USE bVoar I TeleNiie l ol r Ollf to Fr I i Plly ' as Y oN f1( I, 1T't] v Promp HlTSDAKY' late; the and the tah beenr diecouti'la *or awhile, of a lar but we are pIIlnning lt HIurprise for tnd stOh yFun all. t hioc II Oy rrepare d inu OW toi e Thi. at ort nogle at th ittle rtber *trat ro believe peepitL our lhaUt4nghiS weather o gr that ut Ulght have been bear'talF h. WVonder t(es th if bomeoou will say this in due to an iltc Mcuale's eleotion. Aud tli Tho Lttno Gem, caris the bL e G oYe- rrhir 0r oh *t mar ti t subpi' Look over our advertisiw g lists o tat e fll Look and bknow witb sidisu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

T 4r TrzrF~rsso C. D. IICHIKK, Editor. SHI{EVEPORT, - - IOUIA'4NA. Courage can endure while ferocity can only inflict pain. When money talks there is not much use growing weary with thinking. Good-by to straws of the political va riety. We'll not have another crop till 1900. It takes people a long time to learn that other people seldlom notice their clothes. The young woman will always look with greater favor on her lover's suit it it fits him well. We are told that reforms are already started in Turkey. But it is so easy to sidetrack them, you know. A majority of the inhabitants of the earth are happy in the idea that they are martyrs to something or other. A drought in the northern part of South Australia has made the harvest a total failure. Numbers of farmers are destitute. Even those who don't believe in long engagements will agree that en gagements should be long enough for the two unfortunates to get acquainted with each other. This is the time of year when it is Sdangerous t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

" ~ Nwind, it bok, th DR. TALMAGES SERMON, ringing children and let Washington, D. C., Nov. 15, 1896.- one saic Out of this strange scene of Bible is it tu times Dr. Talmage, in his sermon to- cheerfu day, draws remarkable lessons of good I call cheer and triumph. His subject is: rent to "Wrestling with the Supernatural, and lrc rend the text: Genesis 32:25, 26: "And it wih *ia he saw that he prevailed not But no against him, he touched the hollow of I go al his thigh; and the hollow of Jacob's a cornme thigh was out of joint as he wrestled help m with him. And he said, Let me go, to anol for the day breaketh. And he said, I again I will not let thee go except thou bles' so I ut me.' and sii There is a cloud of dust from a travel- saying ing herd of cattle, and sheep, and able to ` goats, and camels. They are the pres- Lear sert that Jacob sends to gain the good people 1 wi' of his offended brother. That out th night Jacob halts by the brook Jab- gling bok. But there is no rest for ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 28 November 1896

The following UBATII 4 otke SPEC AL PA~PRTMd $b L3, Will interest you. t, a'Dress Goods oeilt s'tifacio tn3iavatic --Silks Iistory of Shreveport; the unanimous expessions of the leading and best peo- C__ - S h r ot se o canl fo rm conl u~s iontstr o f i sdom The pr~e ss t at n dc ~ Pe op le sa n vr int he;R l J~c r t sT e Lrct flo ep rm n n t i ig - cf our city, as well as total strangers, traveling men, who see the greatest of ckets I a teood things that are egoing: al agree that in few cities could our stock and atyl be equaled There musttbe more thai ordinary merit in our system ofT e oeptm i ti ei s p When wegaveor Grand Opening Thursday night. October 8, se ntryelpce ea rnd btano the g cood an1d crush~lf did epl'~ar. e11~ l The largest stock of Mlackintosh Coats ini this section. est in our constant efforts to please them. Glo e i t givea awa moe arn adoe Persin Rug w e will not dwel on the high compliment paid us by the press and the public.aS give Yououte Russi Leathee Pocke ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

IIPHE PRO(, RESS0 __ ..HREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 1896. OL. 5.-NO. 43. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATUJRDAY, DECEMBERl 5, 1896._ PRIGE, 5t CEgT.. VALUES AND NOT HEP TALK IS WHAT WE GIVE Now th;t the election is over everybody will be contented and satisfied, as all anticipation will be settled, and if you want to be happy and always have a few dollars on hand, come and buy from us, for we are selling cheaper than any one, as we believe in small profits anc" quick sales, our ever lasting motto. I)on't forget to ask for your tickets for the PIANO that we are going to GIVE Away. Every dollar you spend wit h us entitles you to a ticket. BELOW FIND SOME OF OUR PRICES NEW ASSORTM I T Plush, assorted colors, 5c per yard Cheviots 8c per ya d Towels 15e to $1,00 pr pair Children's shoes NEW ASSORTM IVT O elvet , 2 to50 50c per ard Stries 4 1-4c per yard L.idies handkerchiefs, hemstitched, 5i Geits handkerchiefs, fancy, 7%o : DRESS GOODS. Jeans. good quallity - 100 per yard Ladies handkerchie...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

rte%. C. C . P IIkC Edlitor. ý# `'sHRtV 'OR IF UISIANA. Whbn in doubt, say nothing. rre A season of sest is sure to follow all an' ;,; great struggles. L. ma Election prophecies are not worth .fi fty-three cents on the dollar. the Inj It is reasonably sate to judge a man's habits by the appearance of his shoes. The world seldom fails to decide he ~ that you ought to have known better. toy Scandal requires no eloquence or be poetic language to secure an eager au- th dience. t Do not think for a moment that the s Weather regulates itself either te please or thwart you. If people would only reflect that it is .more trouble to do wrong than right the world would be happier. th What this country needs most is aM p'ractical scientist who can invent an o - attachable steering apparatus for cy- 0 ones. `' :,The suggestion to give each member a tf Congress a clerk might be improved b an amendment allowing the clerk el a.to take his seat. a] If a man lies clumsily to a woman 0 bieout a few l...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

MERCHANTS FARMERS BANK 12G TEXAS STREET. ---.PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000,': L. M. CARTER, President, E. B. RAND, Cashier ALL BUSINESS TItANSA('TED WITH PROMPTNE ES, AN) )IPI'ATCII. -"-4A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT+- * In Which Interest is Paid on Deposit is Connected With the Bank. DeoI TIXA9 on U' 00 PACIFIC t fil OFFERS TIIE PUJBLC Best Passenger SersIc3 BETWEEN A TEXASk ! g EAST kl D N )llh1i HAST . Cainnon Ball Train 5flQ1Ltr zlD ONEi 11OU1 IN TI)I . I t tiaYl F i~r Worth, 7:5 vin.. Dr la', '4n& a.m.; Union D pot, 8:1 + gp S ta St. LutI 14,:l0 5.1. unezdity Limited Zvolong 4spnsw. , HAg 13wEI QU;CicIKD * IOURS TO Si'. LOUIS AND THE SABr. t 4 HOURS TO MEMPHIS. IMT UOUR TO i:EW ORLEANSb YjJ.'yTWODAYS S. BETEEIE ASAND NEW YORK. Pp: . manm BnfL B 8edpinq t mo 61, L,nle, Chicago. w" O.1~ata and E'aowg ' .IIa tey; L)Mca:"' d nt way be Veil Vw ,rh and Mmwpbia. ktkrlk4, .at .nd futto.' inror* ýa 1 on or a,4rw youar eavIes L. P. THORNE "Ira Vioe.Prere. and 0.n'l lgI, 01 S 0N ME LIERN GOn. Puae...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

SEMI-WEEKLY. . :"'° l~lw,id .every Thursdav and Saturday + S RICKSK ........Editor. , I: tVred il, the Postolce at Shreveport 0a S Second.Class Mail Matter.  ;me--0. and 205 Milam Street, betweed Spring and Market. D SUBSCRIPTION: W so veals...... ...............Ot. Dollar L l: s I. Mon.the........ .......Sixty-five Cents S- tree Months ............Thirty-fve Cents Pa o rish Farmers Union ( N r`,~ VPORT, LA. " NOV. 28, 1096. S' ' AGIN THE BICYCLE. SMaor Flower has issued instruc- p i:lons to the effect that no more per aDits shall be.granted for bicycle rac non the public street, and in the :4fa 'ture races mut occur where Ihere twill be no danger to the lives an:1 S a-,mbeMs rpedehtrian,. There is ui, city a well constructed cemented II .i ieycle path owned by one of the lo ir letti cluba, and this path ho6Id be rented for races of the , rIId that caused the ?eath of young onedy on Thanksgiving Day. :A d now Bro. Bienvionn of the ielly Meesenger and Homer Mon o[Leafayette Ga...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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