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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

Doees hot lCjure, o e Ntehllch Nor Ehrt the hearlng W. A. McLrty & Bo0, Dime Bo,Tex., 'si' Ramonos Pepsin Chill Toni' is the Set we have ever tandled. My son prescribes it In his practie'e,aid sayse t ** A OUI ill Tonio which a child ca take without injury to the stomchb. - BROwN rI"(I. ('O.. P., Ir.p,', (r"en.'rllle. Tenn. - - 'ti," I_ J Belle of Lexingtoti WHISKE'I 4 Q tart fottles, (or".gallon jug) tLtsnAT.O DELIVERED Free of Express Gharges For , AJ $3 00 CASH. KA'i LIDUOR A.t)(.!OCtRY Co C rner Texas anl Spring Streets. ulcsba Wlin Reach a All. Having made arrangemen'ts with the hottler% of the t.jst Water tWled in Waukcsha,-and the Water that made Waukesha famnouis, enabled to place Silurian Spriong Water on this market so that derive tthe benefit ot it. wondeffult Curative irdwers 'per case of too bottles We allow $t for the return of empty and case. , We Have a Few Cases Left Of GOlnger Ale, in Quart IBottles, 5o to the case, at $3, and t6W $i.50o per case for returned e...

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 June 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. IF U N °, And can not call, phone 561. twv, rinrs All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and we will call on -(yu ) ersonally- All ~Watches, Jewvelry, Diamonnds, Guns. Etc. transactions confidental. Bargawis in Ulredeemed Pledges L. I LkSKL41 IIeh S ,. i ,rE t Pawnbrohkr TIHE CAUCASIXN U;ý N LA E=L i k C0caS10[ 0i PuIt&010 CO~PI 1n OFFCIAL ORGAN" OF THE PARISH OF CADDO Na Use Trying to Live. Uuder this ca;t:o'_, in a review of the enemies of ianukiid in the torui ut germs and othel torrible things wuica are developitng, says the New Orlesns S!atea, in such va4t tumbers and with ,uch startling rapidity that a great many ;eopie are beg.nuing to ice! Ibtt there is very little sense in tryuig to live, !d. ashout the best they can do is to fold their bauds becomingly and go in search of a heavenly harp. The wmoquit i. whose s.ft rouudlays have often been heard in the cttlly hours of the languorous nights, has recently acquiredl the rep rehensible thabit of injecting a cargo...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

;FIVE MINUTE TALES. Unabated Interest In the Pea body Normal. The Chautauqua Opens Tomor rOW. NOTES AND NEWS The third week or the Peabody Schoo', which closed Friday. wea perhaps the best in interest of any. Tae faculty and pupils have kept the work aolnr, with a deerec of enthusiasm truly samzing these hot midsummer days. Friday, lion T C Barret, Capt T F Bell,.Hon J Henry Shep herd and Mr Whitfeld Jack visited the scbool and were much interested in the work. By invitation of Prot Aswell Mr Barret addressed the teachers. Although the weather was hot and the hour 12 .'clock, the audience` was deeply inter ested in the beautiful, scho!arly address of Mr Barret. and a rising vote of .hanks was given in expressioo of their appreciation Thursday, the teachers were much gratified by a lvisi from Mr Shepherd, who had just returned from a trip to Buffalo and other points of idtereec, of which he talked about moat entertain iagly. A visit and address from Prof Cildwell was another apprecia...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

NVASION OF LONDON. HOW THE AMERCCANIZATION OF ENG LAND'S CAPITAL IS PROGRESSING. (Loedoners Are Courting Aimerican Capitalists. Wearing American Made (lothbes and Losing Money on American Horses. [Special Correspm.ndnce.] LONINON, June 17. -'The American in. rasion of Englandl is eomipl.et., Espe dially in this citly are the people under the thrall of Americanism. Businiess !men and tourists from the United States Jostle e(.lows with lBritish peers in the corrldors of the leading hotels. In the leading business houses of the city Anmerlan methods have been adopted. Americhan drinks are pIpular, and the shop wiidwll s areC tastefully .arrangd wvithi tnri satl:stlllti' nii(zd,. and Shri,.king signs call tlhe attention of the pa.ssersbIy to the fact that withil can he oltaine(l A tllricanl hoI ks, Am nierican ho,,ts, Anmerican hats andl Amteric·at (.lIIhies. I)rulg stores, ta:iloritng estah ilislinents. re-staulrants and so forth proudly announice that they are "Amier Ican." So e utill...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

The Caddo " and Mining Company ', Limited. State of Louisiana, Parish of Caddo. Be.it knowtiithat this day beiore me, D)avid T. Land. a Notary Public in and for Caddo Parish, Louisiana. duly com missioned, qualified and swsvr:.. came and appeared the several per(n:s whose namcs are hereunto subscribed, who de Clare. that, availing thenmelvcs of the provisions of .cet No. 30 of I.s of ,.. (eneral Assembly .,f the state , Lou.isiana as well as th(se , f :ihe gen eral laws of said State rcla::'.e to the o: gai.zation of corp,oratirný. ,they have formed themelves, thieir asociates and successors into a corl ,rr:tton for the objects and purposes and tnler th; agreements and stipulati t herein after set forth. which they h'ruby aept as their charter. ARTICLE I. The name of tils corporalt.,n shall be the Caddo Oil and Mlnig i_',itmpa;ny, Ltin;:ud. and by that name it shld! have the p,,wer and authority to en.),,y sitc c--l(n fir ninety fnle vtars, to ciiIIFtrCt. sue land he sued. u:d use a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

BEST FOR THE BOWELS If youl haven't a rrtrlar. healthy moVemnewt of the bowe'i eery t n. y*.yn'ro III or will tH. K.''p yell o1",rlr op'svi. .lt, I, weol|. h .r'o ft, i. 1 h .h) i, orI "l lent pbhylm. hr gill p ,ieool. - daltg .rwu. The la.oothb st. .eaiet. musnc rfet r wy of keepino. te b ewekL dear and clcan is to take CANDY CATHARTIC EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleaanot. Palntahle, Potent. Tn.t. (;eod. Deflood Never S;r"k W,. Lk.en. or (r;1"e f . . lo, . l y. d reant. i lr hox. % rite for fr.e a m ple . ,n I b ,,: n, L ' r 7l.Rtl.(1: EF. YDT COMPANY, CHI ScO er Y 1:n ' lhiO . KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN THE CAUCASIAN SHItEVEt'OUIl', LA., June 0. l ht. Atlanta and Shreveport Oil and Gas Lompany. In this issue c1 the (' ucalan It pub Ilebd the charter of the Atl ntt and: Shreveport Oil and (ias Crni;sny. uf whlcb I, .' Alday Is president, R I' Dunt lin vice prelsdent, M M Prullt secretar3. The stock is capitalfzed at "1'1O,000. The company is encoureged with its Irospecta srd Lha acquired land si...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

nesday ltiht. July 3, at a P Crismsa died to the C rit' . m lnjyriep receiged at about the atternoo? o, I bt day, by or by car No. 2l othe Texe x and Jon Strer telt. .,¶ dent ioMn rd on ' alexes a tein's drug store, at the SJa of Murphy street. are a aumber of peoJ. who sas dent, but these, whele equestec niton were more or I retleen limed to be intlrviewed. man sbout 1S years old, M 1 ,was at the motor. lie had no to the emniov of the company g man stated that be had done eeald to warn the deceased of bli ; that he had clanged the bel j L, had hollowed at the m Un to re track, but that the man'oldaeo the ranging of the hell nor did be to appreoiate his danger. - s to tree toe motorman applied the _ ad out off the current, but the was struck before the car could be e car was on the track on the side of hospital and was running up grads, extends to Murphy street, where Sca Ic wa grade.' sesswho witnessed the accident say .the motorman began elanging the bi whoen the car was about nin...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

The 1nhportaN, k(UALJ A er be atnnrt".- mod reads c3" roads have been t ulr belt' A ove r tte (tlt - t , . i taiue are .(k.d Diu nal , alit' 4 i- Ji lick here clid thIre aid, a prot,, wLich I. rarely l iii el, " The work of inp''rovtin the roadI m bv : l, -l.e , b, : bett r roadd il ·., re~illt in tloiri, and when the p.,o,' lave better roads, they wili realiz the (conomy iU the wear and tt ar ot their wasons, carriages and thugi,'. the c(.udltioil of the hi rses anti imules will also show the etlect of better roads, andi there ntust tolow a benefit to all concerued, especiaily to the people who must travel the roads to reach a marke,. Let there be a united cflort in tle improvwiment of the public highways. The Police Jury ot Caddo parish, toa-nan, lourteen of 'em, have re apouded liberally to the necessity of better roads, and in a spirit of prog ress they have provided an ordinance which, when eutorced, wIll create an Improvement of the thoroughfares of the parish. Let the good wo...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

"A5'nrsTO ., July ,. almage was hinditred frnm. attending e great annual nimeetint: of the ('hris Endeavor socxiety at Cincinnati, rmon shows s hi it lit ini sym y *ilth tl!i great rnovln.'lnt text, os Ix, 13. "B.Thold l the l:(ys come. ith the Lordl. that the plowmarr shall vertake the reaper." Unable becauns' o other important uties to accept the invitation to take rt In the great convention of Chris ian Endeavorer' at Cincinrati, begun at week, I preach a sermon of con tulation for all the members of that agrilficent association, whether now thered in vast assemblage or busy in elr places of usefulness, transatlantic clsatlantic. And, as it is now har at time in the fields and sickles are hing in the gathering of a great p. I find mighty suggestiveness in y text. It is a picture of a tropical clime, t ith a season so prosperous that the rvest reachels clear (ovr to the plant- c g time and the swarthy husbandman, usy cutting the grain, almost feels the t reath of the horses on his...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 June 1901

I a Es Bt with protrudt l tion with witch toreaofthe danmued year, I ran acros upht on b}' constlpa- t town ef n vl, lI a AnucteA fo: twenty' oequal thernm 'I i-dy r (' AhI{F'' Ii the piles antid fe~ like a l n. w iJatouln ant\ 11ntI C C H. KEITZ. 1411 Jones t..}8 iTy ree from CANDY pAit I" to CATHARTIC itADI MANN egeIuED Pleasant, Palatable. P'tent, Taste tood Do Qoud, Never ?leken. Weaken. or Gr~rte. Ilk, 2C. MC. CURE CONSTIPATION ... bIe.g .edy7 C.omp.., ChbkSae. ..treml. New T.rk. S1l *III0. BAC 4ole and gunrntritr hi ail drug g'ists to CIL E Turacco Ha ,iL. THE CAUCASIAN SBRE . EPORI', L&., July 11. 1901. Malaria Cau&-E licusnesat. Grove's Tasteles. Chili TouLc removes the cause. For Fresh Meats that Ccmblne Healto with goodu se, rlug up Phone 41. Cahn Grocery ,o, Ltd. Removal Notice Dr E G Allen has remov;d from Nc. 802 Cotton street to 728 Cotton street, the residence formerly occu tied by W S Penick, Jr, on the corner of (t'mmorn ad Cottou streets. The telephone numb...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

HE CAUC ASIAN. "r SHREVEPORT, LA. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 14, 1911. M) o 0 "j fx LIMITUD. 1 UJBITELY WBOLE8ALEKDEA&l& P IN odds. Notions, RSots, Shoes. Hats _ *L ýt~.~ New York Office. 71 Fraub.I 91 rep awe A n tint Line dfrigerators, Ice Chest, Water Coolers, \. oyes, Cro:kery, Woolen and Willow Ware, hina and Glassware and General Line of 1Iouse Furnishing Goods. Call on us or write for prices. We will treat you right. SHERIDAN, STORMER & CO Texas Street. - - - Shreveport, La GREATLY EEDUCED PRICES. not neglect the opportunity Now Is the time to In vest. the list of~bargains offered at R. SILVERSTEIN'S Deaen Linen Collars at 2 1-2,cents'each F Pairs Knee Pant at 15 cents a Pair O Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button. at SO cents & pair. WiLVERSTEI N'S NKRUPT SALE. No. 307 Te xa Street. Drop me a Postal Not connected with And I Will CalL Another ties F. WEAVER, Umbrella Maker. 812 Texas Avenue, SHREVEPORT, LA. Umbrellas. Parasols. and Cab Parasols Recovered. Reneiring leatly D...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

IDEV)1:iJ I 111\J'1 IF O1,. ýºNNUAZ CONGRESS OF INDIAN EDU CAT:)kS A r F;LJF O C. *tti Ai""'r n( I':~,.. '11 Nark of l':. .)I; t'.f-\1 1:,:;1" ,ýl,t In IZ .1iii I II:t tI r(" fit. "!t.~ ~ ~ I' ,t 1"ti t ' I bI I III,-It ' " ýr a 1 `I i unll «i Tl i I I 1c (ti :1 '-I i i I ' " Ii i't I I' i Tli. It If I ! ' 1 1 i" I' ii il I iiI ii a Ir l , I tilt liii 1ttI:.. . w il ( 1 n .t 11 ii ti- I- . 'ii ,i. ;1:t .1111 I I 'Ii ti l I Ia it. T 1 I It ~ii Nn 13 ! II, ii -th \i. 1t , .:I Ir Ii ~ i , ,r ti~re"- I II I L,' iii ii 'it L ''. ' lt ii I I i I n o t i isitI; S i u e nt ' ints «111i th ' I':In tit-s f,,r th ill. I oif s e: tall life :ndl condtitiio.n 1b 1h muis6 be of i :Iat i:ia ,.'e. i' fil l il'i ship of t it : - i( II I ,ral r uti-Li: i; i tl is i : .1.tIn iI Liniiy it'll , lie' ninia, of III, t : h r- iin tiht got" rnme~nt f luli:n schoolis til vairiotus reli ii Us a l jiti vt t e h'hools anti front the btrete n11u1thr of celneurors thmuchl~l out our land who are wntittin with deep ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

AN ORDINANCE. Section i. Be it ordained by the po lice jury of the p risl of Caddo, that said parish be and is hereby formed into a road district, in compliance wiut Article 291 of the Constitution oft .89 Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, etc. that in order to r use funds for the purpose of constructing. ;.,tt .ung and repairing the pub.ic r.i d 4 saint parish. that one mill per a:.;. t the taxes levied by said police it y of Cad. ov4arish for the year ij0oI itti it ch succeeding year. i herei t et de and levied on a1 t l ~~y assessed upon the r yarish for said year and each succeed ing year. SSec. 3. Be it further crd:tned. ( t., that for the same core i hereby imposed a per c;nt, i ot * dollar per annum - pon ini ;Jai,- )-t male inhabitant of t. pat i h hi en the ages of i1 and yearSr. no ided, that the iro is:ni i tiis c tion shall not be oper l ic in trcorpo rated towns 'id ci':, ini aid parish that maintain their t5 i reets. Sec. 4. Be it ordained. etc., that any person subject ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. IF YOU NEED MONEY And can not call, phone 561, two rings All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and we will call on you perso nally- A 11 Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc. transactions confidental. Ba gall s in Unredenfed Pledgps L. TEKULSKI. The Shreverort Pautnlroker b 419 x n: 1 tpp 1 ue~ufflco THE CAUCASIAN ZUJNI N CABER. OFFCIAL ORGA 'V OF THE PARISH OF CADDO TRAMPLED ON BBYAN'S PIC lURB. There are sr m- newspapers whose Democracy is sounded with regu larity from the boune top and these-, always loyal and true, never permit an opportunity to slip by when they can r fseet on or say scmethiug meat of Mr Bryan. At the State convention of Ohio DemocratE there was an incident, not on the progranmme. It was discov ered that the picture of Mr Bryan was not displayed in the hall with that (f other D m crate This die eovery followed the minority report of the committee on platform, re airmnng the Kansas City platform and expressing confidence in hr Bryan, for which there ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

THES UEH VrauQO*A ci 'he Second Wek-SDa3161 LIys and Platform Attraction. The I 9v J E Carpentet, an eloquent 61 diyine of Natohcs, Mi.s. preached a very able setmem In the t hs ueauquaauditorium as Sundal m trning kitl thought was broad r. and coonp and put in a cl ar and conoise b meaner. Chautauquaens were deltihted to have p1 Miss 8'phie B Wright, of New Orleans, with b 'in. Miss Wrigbt has always heen a irsena to Cbautsu1na and uas contrib It ,:ted to its suocess fionsacally and by her k beautifo', Impressive talks. Two years ago she orgamtasv a circle of King's Laughter, at Chautauqua from which t have sprung thirty £ urihnabg ciroles in as many diitrest places. The class work grows In interest. _ The New Orleans contingent to the faculty, censisting of Profs Woodward, mtes Portier and Birown,MissesAurtaane and Butler. w th Profs Taylor and Hodges from the inuiustuial, is ablv strengthened by two of the strongest men of the stat, University, Col J W Nicholson and Col A T Presc...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

CHARTER ( )I 'rhe Atlanta and Shrevt. p rt (Iil and ( as (l.0nl)any, laimiitv'l. Mtate of Lotnstana. I'arisht of Cad i' lie it knt wn that tins day before mc. .\lnIii Riotlall, a notary pibil in and for (achlo Parish, L usiiana diuly comiiissionid, qualified and sworn. came and appeared the several persons whose amie, are IIIreunto suh crihvd, who dcicari, that asatniog tinitselve of the provlsions (f Act No\ JO of 1& 8, of the General A\s:ihly of the State of L uisiana, as well a: :hose (f the General Laws of said stale relative to the organization of corporations, they have formed thensclies. their assioci ates and successors into a corporat in for the objects and purposes anid iiiitrc the agreements and stipulation, here inafter set forth, which th hterehy adopt as their harter. ARTICLE' I. The atame of thiis crpor.aiont in, 11 be " T'E ATLANTA ANI) sIIREVEI'")RT OlL AND (,AS COMPANY, LIM ITI 'II)' and by that name it shall have the power and an thority to enjoy scieCss, ii 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. — 14 July 1901

BUNTEZ. SAN BUNliktc HAWK HUNT1K Inlesaie Grocers and Commission MIerchants ill mln 113 MILAM STREBT Plalltatiln Supp1i s, Fagg'ng and Ties, IhAL' f''- IN H-y, Corn, Oats. Bran and Chops $per"al attention to "1, " or on <h ,., t nttee o+ brttnmnr .or AUl fevt'ra npn'' 'tatd S G. DREYFUS & CO WkHOLESALB )'cALEIS IN ry Goods, Boots, Shoes and H 0i COR. SPRING AND CRCLUITT STREETS CMPT AlFWNIION PAID 10 DINTRY ORDERS omniercial Printing At The Caucasian AN ORDINANCE. it ordained by the police jury of " parish, La., in legal assembly ed, that an election be held - expense to the parish, in ward on the 20th day o, July. 1901, for se of testing the sense of the qualified voters of said ward lawful fence consisting of four the top wire to be four feet ground, the bottom wire to be is above ground, the second wire) so inches above bottom wire, I 'rd wire to be ii inches above wire; posts 16 feet apart with posts not less* than three square between. it further ordained, etc., that the...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 July 1901

TAPE WORMS MA tape worm eighteen feet long at easte came on the scene after m} taking two CASt'ARETS. Th+s I ant sure has caused my bad health for the past three tears. I am still taking Cascurets. the oniv cathartic worthy of awne. by seusibie pe pie " Gooe Wb JBuwia, Baird. Miss. CANDY CATHARTIC TRADS MARS SISSYRSaO Pleasant. Palatable. otent. Taste Good So Goad, Never saicken Weaken. or (Grpe l0c. 25c. 5s. CURE CONSTIPATION. Shaggs ag ned? trnm.ay, Caeng.. M..treal. ... TYok. lU *0TO*BA itsto mT allFdr THE CAUCASIAN. BUMEVsPOR ', LA., July 14, 1901. `RIVER AND WEATHER. The weather yeeterday was fair. Temperature: minimunm 7S. Maximum 104 River: ful eo 1.0, a fall of 0.1; hbreve pert I.3, a fall of 0.4. Med river to the vicinity of Shreveport will fall slowly during the mext few days. Forecast tel Shraveport and vicinity: Fair setday. Malaria Causes Biliousness. Grove's Tastelee. Chill Tonic removce the anes. The Athletle Club. The Shrevepert Athle*Ie Club ia to Murse of eesetreae...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 July 1901

_THE CAUCASIAN. V'I, XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA. WEDNESDAY EV NING JULY 17, 190)1. NO 98 YOU ARE LOSING I ,:MONEY rti.v, e tu n u fill up that 01d Wood Stove, 'l'he E o..nm ical F11(' . ,idla of the (luestiOn . Ii ,,- 1,b'en looked aftr,. and! the. universal ver diet is that GAS I. all thinugs conldern. , the cheapest, cleannet, and most ecCIni mical fuel. i~ y a Gas Range N w and be Happy All the. Year. S.hieveport Gas, LLtric Lig!:,. "ow.r Co., 218 M,:asm r el. T G ,'F AT . Y REOUCED PRICES. Do not ncglccD the opportunity. Now Is the time to Invest. in !1o -1 t ,f Ji.rgSintl:; ,IfTid at tR. SILVERSTEIN'S 90 IzeCn Ltnen Collars at 2 1.2 cents en: h 145 P.airs En e Pu, at 1- cnts a Pair 25 0 Pr ir. Shoes. Lace and Btiton. at (0 tents a t sitr. R. SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SALE. No. .307 Texais Street ". " ' ' . . t ," , ( .. t.. ... M tit I. .,$ I ub I.l. F. WEAVER, Umbrtlla Maker. 812 TCxa.n Avenuc, SHREVEPuR'I', L.A. ., % k ll r, a-' .' ' I" ,,n,1 S s t lii c Repairing AND RELOVIFRINI (or ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 July 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. OU NEE MONY And car: not call, phone '51, t~ rng~. All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and we will call ,n you personally- All Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc, transactions confidental. Bargaus in Unredeemed Pledges L. TEKULSKI, The Shreverort F a ntrokehr 41 te ".me sZ t 000 tPos OL, the THE CAUCASIAN *---~-- - - a ie CMICOnSIO IInlSaI0 COGilOny OFFCIAL ORGAN OF THE PARISH OF CADDO BRYAN AND THE OHIO DEMO CRATS. The Memphis Commercial Appeal, which is not an enthusiastic admirer of Mr Bryan aud is opposed to his "ragaries" u the Cleveland-Paimer Buckner-McL.ean Democrats, style his principles, says ot the Ohio Dem eraUc Ltaste ootvention: "The BeeTye Democrats have had thbir fme tg, bave written their plarorm and proclaimed to the wor.d their erd. Oalo is an importaut dte is tLbh asterhood, and the Oaio plftform will ezerdse .oonsiderable laua e, Us platforms go, but it cau not be dnid ha that the deliberate in diltty shows Mr William Jennings 24ryams the mot str...

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