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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

-THE E'FEG1 THI BUY Our White Ash c Written by Miss I at the Epwort Jordan Street November 1,1 Red Ash Obh theme so ý and indesenrhat ence the effect IagaIUlIrIII alir 1 11ray II but ah! who t C C young and the SlUW the illiterate at mag at ae stirring musoeio. pTTSBURG, says, ,"msic man, the only Anthracite, eath, the only O  , take to Heaver C o with which we " ,FOR llJ O ",U.SE. is the one whi ND SLACK, ALL LUMP, and conveys I COAL N M who lose their F CUL ON S ~ MdA1 T, of one of the Prompt Delivery. an Allwine C t Crlvish up n ii feet of mnsic . b nlsmpoken Telgephoe Your Oiders to the Not everyc Gas Wor b l t u canl , .hen there is -. Music eAiev S,:lo HO-OES htmSU mind. A0B. .. 1 0 B1l8 G a,' iFE:TED IN stars sang tot gun tw sISUr Bisr 'I- wonderful po THIS SUBJr.t.ny ; g Po tes with leasure the angry bes S1; withl Paoos note restho by eat cup, pon pride the deep intt.rest shown by troubled hena ýpeople in the matter of adequate hool g, a we houses for ,ur pli cool wery, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

AZ TAKES T[IE OATH. EXICO'S PRESIDENT IS AGAIN ar INAUGURATED. t1 i[llbaLnd of People WVilnle'4ed thel ('rre SII--A olnter errellnlad 1Vai (aiven the k ,:, sIdent in the Grandl Sqluare in -'irolt o[f I i'e ialace. h+ City of Mexico, Dec. 2.-Gen. Diaz I Jlt the oath of office as chief magis I te at 10 o'clock yesterday morning " the hall of the chamber of deputies, l the presence of a great assemblage notable people, and immediately af- 8 "~rward in the hall of the ambassa j in the national palace he receiv . the diplomatic corps, Sir Henry t ýe'ring, British minister, making a bigeech of congratulation in behalf of A t associates. American Minister to Ransom is absent in the United States, ' " he was called by the death of ii 0on, and Secretary of the Legation I Iveda repit.sented the American 1 t ernment. ~Lt night a monster serenade was = to the president in the grand a' In front of the palace. On Jan. gi Smgnificent ball will be given in P ih oor. e president did not deliver ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

Keen Repartee. FARM "'ow, what do you want?" asked the sharp-tempered woman. "I called to Fee if I couldn't sell you some bakin' MATT E: powder, ma'am," said the seedy gentle nman with the straggling whiskers. ",W ell. you can't sell no bakin' powder ome here, and I ain't got no time to waste on some Up peddlers, anyway." "Come to think of tion of it, ma'am," said the seedy gentleman, -Horti as he fastened his bag, "I wouldn't care culture to sell you any powder. This here pokey little kitchen of yours is so low in the ccilin' that the bread wouldn't have no chance to rise.': IN THE SICK ROOM. Give the room which has the best means of ventilation and the most sun shine to the invalid. Have dark-green Holland shades at the windows. Green tempers the glare of the sun in a way very soothing to tired eyes. eperime Change the bed linen as often as pos- as they sible. Once a day is not too often. In field, b making the bed be sure that the under hill nnd sheet is stretched as tight and sm...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 December 1896

j TheooPECIAL DEPARTMENT reWill interest you. o di "i, ^. on can form conclusions of wisdom. The press and People say never in the ,Fi"tt Iisfa nS n: history of Shreveport; the unanimous expeshiona of the leading and bbst peo p"- ,f d, Peope hay ne th tory flý IISr1 0A M fl3. r f our city, as well as total strangers, traveling men, who see the greatest of a e all uood things that are going: all agree that in few cities could our stock and scoa kee If ny· x ed e bt G m e a ed n n e yrder night. ur The Largest Shoe Department in this city. . styl s be equaled There mustibe more thai ordinary meril in our syste.m of feel highly grapectfed a crowd. buatlno suc h crowdad crush as did asppear We J ie The larget stock of Mackiutosh Coats in this section.t fe i grO athank the good people or showing the inter- The finest line of Headware for children ever nhowa in this city, e. we will not dwell on the high compliment paid us by the press and the public. Gloves You will save money when you c...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

- _ ··, . r ý H~ E pRORE R>EVEPOR~T, LA,, SATURDAY, DECEMBE1C 12.. 1896. CEq5CE ;.OLi'N44. -O. ibT S ecial Cut of all PRICES ReadThis " Cloaks! Cloaks! Shoes! Shoes! Clothing! urnishings d Men's, Ladies' and Children's. We Hats. As the holidays are near approach- We have just received a new lot of have the largest stock of any This line of goods we will sacrifice ing, and money still being scarce Ladies' Capes Cloaks and Jack- house in town, which we are go- This line of goods we will sacrifice/ we wantto help everybody,eing so et, also Childrens'. In plush ing to sell at your own price, so without a doubt, as clothing and as to make their money buy and cloth, assorted colors, which don't fail tocome and investi- overcoat must go before Janu ý something for every one in the we are going to sell at Summer gate. ary Cst. family,tnd to do that we are prices and not Winter ones. So Blankets! Comforts! fgoing to cut prices into little if yo are in need of a nice wrap, TLh a fpieces, s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

S C. D. IHICK, Editor. SIEVPORT, - - LOUISIANA. To really have a model world. Indus- ce t' ought to be as contagious as idle- of - It is easy enough to get. up a code to a;a;ntrol the habits and morals of other n eople.} A majority of mankind know little sbeyond what they learn from their ibUasiness. You can never cultivate flesh nor 1 :, eomfort by comparing what might have I ' been with what Is. i Prisons will never lack tenants so n aong as the general public pays hom- 'I :,age to successful rascals. a Now that a bear has been shot in j, Lake View, Chicago has certainly es :it'blished a reputation for being the '1aoat cosmopolitan city on the conti ''ent. By a recent order Boston policemen .tre prohibited from leaning against ` *Y upright object during working ,ib" ra. It is intended that they shall g p straight. ' Probably no man ever took a hold- a more coolly than did the Chicago ender who was forced to retire I the icfee-box while the thieves se- 1 their plunder. t 'ie bot...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

OOPER BROS LESSON I4olden Teli TLery, hi£ ani Fee d Tos Lesson. TABLES A)D IULE PENS. "Shreveport Transfer Co., 700, 702, 704, 706 and 703 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. , T O ur F acilities are U nsu rp assed for an y B usiness offered i Ono not 1 1 wise men ur Line. Jesus wa: Place. We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles that we lve orem m fitting na Sell at a Bargain. " born who •I "The fa _ -------- captivitie _-: sla, wher ruled, at lesson, b Shreveport's Druggist. o. teo I rthe divir being bi Bethlcehe Jesus cai the king (LeLEON M. CARinER's age of -DEALER IN- wse mos U 2. Say _ -Mes a re Dwgs, Meaic sethe Jew to find I royal pa ; , R R OIt Z R L PR EREFor 1: 'FILE ' ICLra .t w ii seen by to worh -Makes a Specialty of- w3rts. these it D an elec S ARDEN trouble should which are warranted to be always fresh. was ohbe was h1 rAf L D disturb PCARREFUlYONS G PREPARED. andh h *ner Texas on e Spring Streets, Sreport La twents of Aal tided Phars er, in, -Wholesale Dealers In- ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

~t: PROGRE~S. SEMI-WEEK[Y. _ isbed every Thursday and Saturday , D. ICKS .,.......... ...Editor. in the Iostofce at Shreveport as Second-Clas Mail Matter. c oe--203 and 205 Milam Street, betweed Spriug and Market. SUBSCRIPTION: .. "......................One Dollar mionths.............. hirty-fve Cents il toeths .................. Thity-five C en8 gga rnal Vddo Parish Farmers Union ,- A. DECEMBER 12,1896. Will be gi 'To speak evilly of no one is a and Pret -tand life to live. A: d uo n k4khreveport is growing right along, sire the ri ttt oar retil interest needs help. they ins S--- God's wil ?: Next week The Progress will give to bury t] p olice jut ,proc ding- fohr ,.. I°emember all estrays .un st be bished in the official journal to be Mr. All l in Caddo parish. city off a --- noit says biWhat will this Congress dot turn to a , we guess. At the f _-- ------ A h emiome: round and see our, new list, THE t,we arein theSwim sure enough. does not district e cý6eker fiend is abroa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

uy Our White Ash 4 OR Red Ash DCINIi iIntraD O l fI alhSl lF I U COAL! COAL! COBALb PITTSBU RG, Anthracite, :FOR DOMESTIC USE. -. NU SLICK. ALL LUMP. COAL ON TaE MARKET. Prompt Delivery. ýnl Weig'Cr rar - elDbole Your Orders to the Gas Work s aIS FAREWELL SERMON. the S morrow Rev. .T. ~I. Alford, pas- rewi theJordan.sdreOet church, will oursi h his farewell nermon, tomorrow 2an 411 his friends and those of the press h are cordially invited to be wort for I * Godl noons efforts were mads by the ter s ay school and church of this his C to have him returned, but supe, have littie hopes of success. He year, most faithful as pastor and eryti er, and the workers here deep- sch the necessity for his return, 41 eir earnest petitions failed to bef0o from the Presiding lder any next agement. Our people will 5tl ,now in a day or two, but ,they  will be a grave error if he is w  ed, and will vot be easily ed if their earnest petitions down. M. &p-to-date Merchant Tador 9t. E. W. Jackson....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

.- jiE- ,and peo' PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE icirdum a concer a wholl charactt hardly A LONGER DOCUMENT THAN actual i USUAL. ,f lpair It is 1i. front $ capital tresident Cleveland Enlarges upon the, anid iu r Cuban, Financial and Tariff Questions- enterpr The Usual Recomnuendations in Regard trlde b( to the Work of Other I)epartments. Ni(), ros iii 1StJ4, Io'(e ti,)i To the Congress of the United Sta!-e: in tlhe f As representatives of the people, in the finds ii legislative branlch of their gover'nliellnt, tiu esent you have assenibled at it time when the Mlane strength and excellence of our free institu- indirect tions and tl, fitness of our citizens to enii- the pre joy popular rule have been again mInde cihase a mnanifest. A political contcest involi'inl of f"ii I momentous conseqluences fraught witli spirit feverish apprehension and creating ag- jectoft gressiveness so intense as to approach bit- tihough terness and passion has been waged feeling" throughout our land and determined b...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

lent Farming Lands PA Fruit and Farming Region Now Being Settled. MA' act of land lies In the Eastern part ado county and Northern part ol County, Texas, about fifty miles sonston, the great commerclal cenM e state. The oll is a rich, produe, om y loam. 'Ihis district in Texas tit ty of rainfall for crops, and one of cities in order to securo a goo(d a to have latnd that lays smoothly W high enough altit;de for perfect *, wih-i c'n he secured in thif j it is a smootlh rolling prairie, lying divide Ibtween the San Bernardd rado I; kerc. district ihs a mild, delightful enahing you to produce some' most ench month in the year. An. at atlvantage is that through this e are t wo lines of railronds, and the lii its of this tract, which is miles N,ortlh and Houth, and eight t and West, there are two townd one on ac.h rendl, which gives spe Vantages to aby farmer locating ticipate that you desire to invest Sfor a farn and home, where the car are low, tIhe terms easy, and where cer purchnse ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 December 1896

STRETCHING Just See What a Mammoth Stock A You Have to Select From. What variety of items. The finest line of Headware for Our rules of business are up-to D O L L A R What useful articles . nil, too, hilren ever shon in this city. date largest stock, the best Sat about one-half t1 .e asked You will save money when you call havend the largesst ock, the s by the average sto5^ ,cr. on us. quality and the lowest price I " What do you think o of the Our Gents and Boys Clothing De- When you call on us you get thet. ^^*'""'^^^^^^^^^^^following for a sensi, t' partment will be a great treat We give away to ourpatrons hand ....hat al cfor you. some Persian Rugs. Is what all ecOnomical people will be found do- Holiday Gift We have the finest Hat Depart- Silver mounted Russia Leather ing next few days. You have to buy some Dress Goods, Silks, Cape, Jackets, Lrgin this se. s. 't Suppose now Reefers, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Our prices are just about half. Engrav s. Holiday Goods, donl you Suppo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

T HE PROURESS OL-. N- PICI-X 5 CENS.I 0L -. ---. . SII IV () r , l -A., .SA.T ! .DAY,... Is ."; . ' pe.cial Cut of all Former PRICES I n erve thin ! R l T"Phis! Cloaks! Cloaks! Shoes! Shoes! (Clothing! lFurnishings! Sen's, Ladies' anl ('hiidmrn's. We AnKthe holidays are near approach- We have just received l new lot of lti en, the large"st stock of any I Its inK, ndt money wtilleinR Henre ltli' (anl>s (lohks and .lac'k- house in town, which we are go- This line of igotdIs we will snrrit'e Kgal money still being scarce ' Ladies (ap ("loaks an nl aek-g we want to help everybody, so (ets, also (hildrens ' In plush ing ta sell at your own price, so .without a (i0t)1)t,, aS (clothing andl as to make their money buy ý and cloth, assiorted colors, w hich i a't, ry - I'. something for every one in thie we are going to sell at SHummer family, and to do that we are prices and not Winter ones. So Blankets! (i fl( o rts pie(es, so with the few dollr don't fail to iome l slee our A nd all ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

Thle -ar '5 C. . 11'lKS. 1 tor. icopl.'l wh:o 1 i'-r'.r e eiiiii n g ''ner Do Ink ,r',aus;e r' ate cb..-:..~ :'. ot win ftr yoiu. Jhrimtn M.ount of Three Mile Bay. N. Y., will ,jver he renienibereri by the ftai: that is out of sight. Can't G(otham induce Anthony ('cm stoclk and ha iotte Smith to arrange a pair and Ieave the bicycle and high art alone for a while He bought her a box of roses An'1 careti naught for expense; Then he hunted up a free lunch And tried to borrow five cents. It is about time that some coulrt ssaulting people who liant to make sim drinle when he is not so incl ined. londe hair is going out of stghtle again, according to a fashion jcurnl. tohe anp-to-date girl, of course, illange keep up with the p biocssionle if she has art alon dye for it.a while Miss Nellie Hagerton of Oto, Iowa, who eloped with a young actor in anse; Uncle Tom's Cabin troop, wanted to play To ipsy, perhaps. elie's father icou g a wealthy merchant, and i elied i drn th In the course of an...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

A OPER BROS., HE livery, aS ai UU Ass 4BLES AND BULE PENSJ. da - __ Ju hreveport Transfer Co, - hi 700, 702, 704, 706 and 708 Texas St., Cor. Louisiana. re IJ or Facilities are Unsurpassed for any Business offered in sE Line. '1 We also have a large Lot of Horses and Vehicles teat we t! at a Bargain. - - =-- -- -- - . -- - --- t SShreveport's Druggist. EON M. CARTER -DEU.ER Ix- re Drugs, Medicines, .." I -Makes a Specialty of ARDEr SEED which are warranted to be always fresh. PRE8GRIPIOcNS CAREFULLY PREPARED. er Texas anl Spring Streets, - - - Shreveport, La G. DREYFUS & i., --Wholesale Deale 's In Boots, Shoes, Hats, Corner Spring and Crockett Streets. mpt Attention Paid to Country Orders H 'ER1MYAN LOED, OTTON BROKER, ALSO DEALER 700, 702, 704. 706 COMMERCE ST., COR. CROCKETT ST. antee to the seller the net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. Louis, Net Galveston and Houston Markets. Prompt returns made on receipt o1 Uts I solicit the consignmcnt of TTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LIN...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

'Ti; r<BOG (E.SS. Publi-sherd c.vrryv 'Thlu;r.,il' i : l u:riiit l C D. HICKS ,........ ........Editor. kRtered in the PosItttire at ,hreveport a, Second.Class Mail Matter. Ofme--0J cul 21)5 Ml i ii " r mt,1 I,,t wed Slring and M,'arklt. .i UBSCRIPTION: One Year ..... .....One Dollar /Ix Mouths..... ..... .......Sixty-fi veCents Three Months.. .............. Thirty-five Cents Slaial Journal Caddo Pariah Farmers Union 8HRRVEPORT, LA. - DECEMBER 19, 1896. SHRRVEPORT, LA. - DECEMBER 19, 1896. The Bible will do to live by; it is safe to die by. Ideal politics is the saving clause in our government. Destroy idealism, and you rob manhood of half its glory. Education gives us a more sub lime conception of citizenship and God. Socialism is born of the spirit of God reflected in the first creation of man. The people'are always sovereign; and when this ceases to be, usur pation efts in. That man or dignitary who cares naught for legitimate public criti cism, is not to be trusted. Liberali...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

8-r White Ash , Red Ash C OAL! COAL! OAL TSBU RG, 4 nthracite, COA POMESrTI USE. -' OAI, IN 'I'll Iý ,\ ItK I '. mS pt Ih)liv,' I Elly l h 1 t hsW Works. AFWVVVV A Pretty sigIit. Shreý -ed to nl')eaIr I ire thli rom t Iibrary , \1 .. ,'iintion, the r i r obeyed lst41 Saturday of tht -eporting was Ipre'sentedrl, either -lay intent.ioIal etiort on large of anyone,l to., a lovely 110o M is waf a b:'vy of four ,f Inare 's prettiest girls, who were barge of the roomlly of the must s. How neat and tidy he in looked, and how proud o(rc ter that Shreveport had As oseociation aind such at- oern pers of the )0books ani in th to i k you, the editor will has n gall again. big did we see there? I)on't fairs If you will guess Misses ly sa Walters, Mcl)ermott andl pro will never, never say no. in th . dlis ,l.rehoii, t Tailor it 4t, E \V...aiekM.,. Shoe hous wll sit on the 8 inx- ieve longer, for the turkey unde 'he is a tle ,young gob- to he Its nice music to hear that iesonant notes in the thu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

W'EYX EIU IN lilS!,',O1:l. -::'7 REP(RTtED THA ( i.N I MA RIN MAY ;U(.:ItELLI IHIM. ,% Sid Inaprr' liia Iha , IIcn ...'.'t lo ~I 'ylae r trlirprr in, th ty rin hr w "'. friti g that.the ci n in .paiuni onoIl !r 'f ,'hliu $1 Iru rda I bl 1' idl, I Ita. i; T h r11ii ' I'' thIt. 1'"th of T A1h llt itllY 5i; l ti'. a lit e ', l1. 'Yn'lls I w ilu , tt h"R tlii c t ,ioia l hii: ,'2l'Je rri r" olli ,'rs, I; (,nI ;inll ni i'i I' ll rnt tI. o owilg g in h loi'c t11i rily 'i" u'ir 1 - I' la. AltIlh ufh th, m i, i.i:  ll ' '1z btiln rr' ,r , rn - ti'hl 11 al-u j1j tI. : It i ; , l' ll that, the tbhilln t nltmay t nhia,' r llii +fparalsion, a i t. ish furlt h r l atl rl thati ` (lei lnisters anlt y iý l dis lltn' oih liI ;'Itioh l tf (han, \ ieylir's plln itf v anti paiign, w hlnl'h in r:rl ti,'in I, in ,,' rti ill ýJl_'Inrters. clrci'rdlng t o glslrf l . Inrn li.ica inlls, ~r'pt. en. t,'iylir v i ill ton he rliaiv --t of h11t rmm mand in ('I ha.. ''hi4 diai ,;Ontr+ t w lith \W ryl]'r is nii...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

49 YEARS SUFFERER. Su pt. 1h, I89A. . AR G7 ' ite r Illal| l un l b -:)n th k ' , - Aprg l fr ,utIR t fII ,. h h ii hIt .ln t -lso 'r at ..r k r'art. ri t t, tak:ng " lb Rheulmnell-m h a a l n, Il. nlt,, Iii,. l i It - laim it Ito e ui I im  i. -dl . II. T. r I , uh ,'. ina.w . r II .1 III".,, reyry nn, htno, tlat Irl 'p i qullk dr, i p|,rnlh',t c'lre fllr I llthel pat In, NeSurllxnlii. Catatrr'h, i ]ymIlela. !1uvou*"nese, Oln 4i31pp4. ntt kuler. lli'ease. $l.0 (irlnp l, p ai 11, I by mail. Il ,* nt.h lnmauc Ctrae to... b t7 Iearbrn St., Ct:cago Ill. *MANHOOD n $°lrr to tr·ait'h .women llw to guarild a ;tin;t tldUler cal oplertinri anli ,ld (;i li trt:atllent rican Association of Physicians a resolution to diistriitte a little a female ti ';as'sr '\o "WOmanthood" ex all di eass anti irregulJarltite peculiar a and gives the best neltbhodt of honme t. Sent free for stamltp to pay poStage. Address E:eanour Kendail,. 816 North 25th St., south Omab., Neb. SPRAINS 8 St. Jacobs Oi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 19 December 1896

STRETCHING Just See What a Mammoth Stock! $ A YoU Have to Select From. S TL L A R What variety of it m,.,. The tinest line of Ileadware for Our rules of I)usiness are ,p-to- I SW hat useful arti !"s :ia il, too, children ever shown in this city. date. A Rat aboIt one-Ihof ice fasked Y ou will sv* moneyr w heln youall 1e have the Iargest sito k. the best 2 by the average : ,. eper. ol us. ' quality anl the lowest prices. }T-^C^^A^MA^C" .. ....^^ I I VWhat do you think of 1 re of the When you calIl on us you get the - following f<,r a sensible aur Ient i nwl oys Clothi g c- Ig. st treratrnlnt. I wha t all COnOnllcal l)COl)l Will )e fo)Un(l (10- . for you. give away tI ourpatns - h Inl next few aft We have the finest I lat Depart- Silver mounted Russia Leathr in(; next few (lays. Y OU have to buy so)Ime. nment ih this section. Q " IDress Goods, Silks, ('apes, acket Pocket Books. Iloliday (, OOs, don t ,u. Su )S \ now Reefer,, Gloves, hIlndkerchiefs, Our prices are just about half....

Publication Title: Progress, The
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