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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

VP' felfeCbcots, llud the very last man got a, : h ileh rocks in safety, you could not con- w t iro your joy. And it Is a glad time *h"n o01 Sthe church o.f God sees men who are tossed < '?o the ocean of their sins plant their felt a `on the rock Christ Jesus. Oh, when prodi- g iCs cone house, just hiTar tho Christians r ' I~ Just 'Icar the Christians pray! It is n w a stereotypedl supplication we have g .ii over and over again for 20 years, bpt a putting of the case in the hands of Q, <God with an imnportunate pleading. No a -feg prayers. Men never pray at great I , eigth l unless they have nothing to say a and their hearts are hard and cold. All t4 the prayers in the Bible that were answer- , were shabort prayers. "God be merciful A Si*e, a sinner." "Lord, that I may re- a en my sight." "Lord, save me, or I per- g ' 'The longest prayer, Solomon's pray- a ? at the gledication of the temple, less o kieight minutes in length, according to B }&ba ordinary rate of enunciation...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

JMadam Rumor Says ti That She wonders why there is a now not so much '"raeslin" about p street paving. That it seernms that prisoners a break out of the city lockup when- g ever they get ready. The place O seems to be but a rotten shell, That if anyone wants to buy a I fine cow it will pay to inquire at t The Progress ofee. That the postofficee department will have to have more help if The Progress continues to gain in cir- t culation as it has in the past two t months of this year. That our merchants are return Ing, loaded tothe brim with Spring t goods. That She would like to know3 what has become of the free bridge question. That there are Kangaroo courts which are not called such. That some people know when 1 they nauseate the public and some 1 do not,. 5bt the tramps are beginning siitis the 6th Ward again. Run them out, Mr. Weinstock. That a selfish ambition is ever an unholy sentiment. That Dr. LaPrade has promised to preach on ideal fcitizenship, and the dut oft the church i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

WOMAN'S WORLD. app engi "THE COUNTRY'S ONLY PRACTICAL ur WOMAN CIVIL ENGINEER. he wor. * wcth Living Rooms-Woman and com ubition-iaac7 Jackets-Women Co- matc duste the Meeting-operm oanes is . miant lakses War For Tickeing. ev 4 .Ia S. Parker enjoys the unique en oniict of being the only practical Bos na civil engineer in this country. .i:= s a slight young girl, apparently s sO years of age, and has a woman- met ,gracious manner that makes her met obiarning. Miss Parker seems quite you DcioPus of the fact that her peculiar fu `t^ Las the one woman in her pro- sep makes her interesting. is p 'S"ealy, there isn't anything to tell," fo S i replied to an inquiry. "I made up te my mind to be a civil engineer, studied wh ja it and am now working hard for the 9amotion. It was the most natural co0 ; mthIing the world, for I just followed tirE Sinclinations. I wouldn't do any- gr: z th=ag else." "Atfirst," she continued, "I thought we nudy architecture, for plans and de- the ips have always...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

THE NEW : : :i \Nhen~ou want any Wthing to an " Alurmilnum Bell." with a wheel just =keep us in mind. We Ihave everything for Push the button and clear the way Of C C/ss. Acme Spring Ventilated RicYc/e Srips. Last forever, a I THE N EWEST As for T N SWH EELS, we are agents for b6rM AS, coAUmnBIA. SELLS, $100.00 to a/I a/ike. SADDLES, eYCbOJIMETERS, WREJf4CJtES, O ?UMPS, TOURISTS' BASS, CEMENTS, G 1 S, ETe.j i~l~a~l;$ ~I 4 ib """ 1 POSE'S~iEs Nos. 104 & 06 Texas Street. 4Tave treeieved a full and eomplete line of Garden and Field Seeds, including.... German Millet and Cane seed, 6 varieties of Clover. L.orthern grown, no danger 8 varieties:of F Oats. Sxebein nid with Johnson 6 varieties of Field Corn. ýfingn Axd vaietiesI of grasses.~_ r, :w 7 varieties of Planting Potatoes including elebrated Bliss, Trlumph, Crown, Jewell etc. Jsant~lfa and Western grown Onion Setts, white, Red and Yellow. f Ifact, avreafull and complete line of alseeduadapted to this climate, and my prices :*ll...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

SThe Progress. ume 6--No. 2. SHREVEPORT. LA., March 20, 1897" Price 5 Cents lI ...n I IWritten for The Progress.I Some Solid Thoughts. fact To the Editor of The Progress. long GRAND CANE, LA., } not February 5th, 1897. f buil SDBA SIR :-I have, for many port years, thought it quite strange why pile 4twas the South did not engage in and =1temanufacturing of all the needs not ofsuch as come through the pro- app iess of skilled labor. Often we han ~-ear it said that no country can rool grow rich that depends solely on If ":agriculture. It is said that Eng- and land's wealth grew out of the fac- inte tory. New England has grown of :ich from her manufacturing and will umining industries. In the South ma we have as many natural ad- an Svantages as any country on earth; to I M Many more than England or the wh Snotthern part of the United States. wil The reasons assigned for the In lopw progress of manufacturing in- ins dustries in the South, is a lack of ha gipital. I was talking recently ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

sPINNERS-WHEEI Owing to the continuous rain' during the first part of the week, j nothing mutually was done at mu either of the meetings Tuesday and Sh Thursday nights. It was hardly expected of the boys to turn out in hi such weather to a club meeting, ms but if it had been a chicken fight me or a free smoke or lunch with rc- t freshments, there would not have been standing room for the active wheelmen of Shreveport only. The committee have been hard ce at work and have done everything in their power to bring to bear the desired results, and propositions have b~,n- obt.in-:al from several parties from thos who would do nate land to those who wish to Sell their land for track purposes, as and also one where the land owner desires to form a stock company, he 21. furnishing the land for his part of inj the stock. ly I The city park is the favorite lo- 2U c:stin for a track but there are two sil es imperious objections to be offered by the races, first; that the track can- a lot be bu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

ie The Social World. MISS SADIE BEJACH, EDrIOR. A new method of announcing an en- i gapemeut has been invented by an enter prising lady, who spends much time and thought in originating new fads and: lashions for the entertainment of her r frimeads. She does not always originate, as a may of her ideas are culled from the boeks and papers she reads. The fashion referred to is rather unique, 1 {' and eaes much merriment, if nothing au.re. A number of guests are invited to Salshne, among them the young couple, whose betrothal is still a secret. Thei Sgests know that some engagement is to hemanmonced during the progress of the e tertainment, but they must keep their epes open and guess, the one who is suc egertal in hitting upon the correct par ties receives a prize. Te. menu cards are made in the shape i of hearts, wish-bones, lovers' knots, mar iape bells and all the other emblems of love and marriage. Each guest writes the asmes of the couple he supposed to be the . sight one upon his...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

The Progress. Inmm unn Published Every Saturday. C.. D. HICKS - - - - - - Editor Batered in the Postoffice at -hreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. OrFIcu--205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. O Year....: ............. One Dollar r Months th-. ....... Sixty-five Cents Months.........Twenty-five Cents OW Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. S BamUvEpoRIr, LA. - MAnwr 20. 1097. SOUR PRESS MEETING. Annme of the members are still sing the next meeting of the iana Press Association, its and manner, while others entirely indifferent. This is mater of some great importance the members really should somae interest in it. .se meetings should be pro ve of good as well as pleas ; they should be a great source bducation and every meeting be held with the view of something of the country, products, enterprises and ad nt, as well as to become acquainted with each other, to thus cement a- closer social as well as create a greater fra regard. d appropos to...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

In the last campaign, so that the SDemocrats might have been in good shapc for the fight of 1S90. °To this the President quietly re Sied that he had never cared to S. ve the title of leader. He had only stated that his fellow-Demo erats should get in the boat with him and help pull it over the breakers. It was indeed a great pity that the President had to con tend with a divulsive party, but he had hope for the future, and in w: 100, when Mr. Cleveland's poli ciyes will stand vindicated before the world, the Democrats will hbe :trongly in evidence at the. polls .onee more. :Gee whilikins! The Progress <ascalled the old reprobate that m:ore than once. But he is not sident any more and is now -.st as much of a scrub as any of us. A member of the Kansas legis n1ature has introduced a bill pro ',ding that bachelors must either marrsy or go to the penitentiary. Flbor the sake of equity the author .'i *.ould have made it a crime for ''"Y maiden to refuse an offer of mnarriage.-Ibervil...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

The Progress. SBV UVPORrT, LA., - MARCl H a, a1i87. CAGED WANDWERRS. Oh yes, it rained Monday night and Tuesday morning. In fact, the bottom seemed to have "drap ped out." Misses Camille and Alma Giffen have returned from their purchas ing tour abroad where they went to Select the stock of millinery and ey fncr goods for the Mary A. Files millinery Co. The industrial world abroad has I its eyes upon Shreveport. Every I timja meeting is held for some I public interprise it is noted and I some one writes to ask about it. I Our editor received a letter from Iottland concerning the immigra Slon movement, and one from New I SYork State intlulring about the' r iw: stave ftatory. SCorbett was knocked out in 1 : rteenth round. In an un- I  moment he underestimat- 3 idt opponent's ounning and fail- I gtorO«P rd himself. This I ~ ste -moment for Fitzsimmons I y"p- the knokout followed. Fits- I iamoS is certainly a wonder, <toabn L. Sullivan has challenged the inner in the Corbett-Fitzsi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

EVEPOUT POSTMASTERSIIP Our people are interested in the contest for the post-mastership of ireveport, and are watching the iresult with deep interest. , "The aspirants are Mr. P. B. :eaks and .Mr. H. D. LaCossette. That is, this is all that The oP r.ss has heard of. Each has ser j_. in this capacity before, Mgp. " Weaks as a regular appointee, via r -Capt T. E. Jacobs deceased; and I, Mr. LaCossett the virtual post- 1 ,.master during Capt. Jacobs' life, a and from his decease until the ap pointment of Mr. Weaks. Both 1 discharged the duties of the office P to the satisfaction of the public, ti ' and either will be satisfactory to c te citizens of Shreveport. But it is the play of politics; the icertain result of a move on this great chess-board of life which is t:i*e object of closest attention. niae may guess the future condi- is tifon of the weather to a reasonable c eztainty: he may not be surprised c .a4 the choice of a pretty, educated bi ;d cultured woman in the person p f...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

Attention House wives. F ., Having established at this place Sa new and improved Cotton Seed "Oil Mill and Refinery, we desire to introduce in this district a pure vegetable oil for cooking purposes. This oil is made after the most ap tproved methods, both in manufac I ure and refining, and is superior : to hog fats for shortening, or for any cooking where lard is used. It is not susceptible to taint, such as lard is subject to, being purely vegetable, and we can commend Sit to the citizens of Caddo parish : as one of the best fats for cooking purposes that can possibly be kund. We shall sell it as "Caddo Cookieng Oil," and we trust that its :sale will meet with sufficient en couragement for us to continue its a manufacture. This oil can be used the same as lard, excepting that it requires but `half the quantity to accomplish the same result as other shortening, ;and can be used for all purposes for which lard is used. It is par i oularly adapted for frying pur p-oses, and it is al...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

T OMt.II- . INES LIVING IN HOTELS. J.. It Costs High. but You Get Muclh lFor Your Money. " Perhaps it never occurred to yof that the charges at it first class, hotel are exceed i- ingly low. Very possibly, )on the olter :bsnd, it has struck you that they were high. And so they are when viewttd abso Intely in dollars and centis aLt the ftoot of -.the bill. But if you stop to catlculate it practically you numy rea:sonably have off wondering at the largeness of the price to marvel at it . smallness. ;" By this is meant that viewed as a bust Sng transaction you get a very great dea(d in return for the money invested. Perhaps you do not want soime of the things you Sgg--and pay for-but that is not the In the first place, you are given a home, luurlously and more or less beautifully s.a expensively furnished at least, in the t. uis fashionable or else the most central pe lion of the city, or, if at a mountain re .-`prt orwatering place, on the most advan tasleous site-in other words, w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

PARK VI EW. Is the name of the beautiful suburb where has just been placed upon the market, and is offered to the rich, the poor and those of moderate means, such bargains in desirable lots, and on such easy payments, that the Home seeker, Investor and the speculator will not hesitate to buy . . . . . . . . It is a well established fact that Shreveport is built upon a substantial rock, and backed by men of enterprise, capital and ability, and who can't afford to see the town go backward, and on the other hand, are standing ready and willing to go down into their pockets and advance whatever is necessary to advance the icnterest of the city, and with the natural advan tages, and railroad facilities, there is no reason on earth why we should not have a city three times our present population within five years, . . . . . . Did you e'ver stop to think what we have to back up our city ? If not, do so right now. After so doing I am satisfied you will want to make an investment, then look ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. --- --------- -- -  . .. - Editor. C. D. HICKS - - dito Entered in the Postolfice at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. OFFICE-205 Milami Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Dolrla One Year............... Sixt.......-ie Clt Six Months ...............Sixt--i (C t Three Months .........TwentyS-five Cents Ofl Journal Caddo Parish Farumers Alliance. SSHRVEPORT, LA. - MARCH 20, 1897. Who is he that has. no fault? L - --- litic A common cause makes a corn- not Smon country. latt What citizen in Louisiana is of c really a suffragan? No one man possesses all of the its ability and genius of a bailiwick. thr she Every freeman should enjoy the ide right of franchise. I A very conscientious man can i not now be a successful Louisiana politician. clu A clear conscience is the most to valuable endowment that the hu- m, man race is blessed with. co: thi S Ie who is right and manly, is thrice armed and equipped for t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

SM'INLEY'S MESSAGE. What He Recommends to o the Extra Session. $ ti THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENSES. t e- Urgs Congress to First Provide Fot the Meeting of Governlent Expenses and Then Take Up Other Necessary Legislatlon--Asks That a New Tarid 1311Bill Be Passed. $ W u~mHxorON, March 10.--The follow. tag is the message of President McKin- t i,:. le y in full, which w s sent to the extra ".::session of congress late yesterday after- , noon: To the Congress of the United States: F Regretting the necessity which has re- y quired me to call you together, I feel cl that your assembling in extraordinary 5i session is indispensible because of the si condition in which we find the revenues ai of the government. It is conceded that ol It current expenditures aregreater than Its receipts and that such a condition ol  as existed for more than three years: 81 With unlimited means at our command iv wi arwe presenting the remarkable spec- a 'tadle of increasing our public debt 1 y S.borrowing money t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

RA AIIIR)AD s( IEDIULE. COTTON BELT. p:-assenger train No. 7 arrives at 10:20 .am. daily. - : Freight train No. 11 arrives at 4:40 p.m. daily. Passenger train No. 8 departs at 4:30 -Fieight train No. 12 departs at 6 a.m. Freight trains Nos. 11 and 12 run daily except Sunday, between Shreveport and .'Cnden and wfll carry passengers. TEXAS & PACIFIC. . Leave No. 51, west bound.............. 9:25 a.m No. 2, east bound ............... 6:09 p.m No. 53, west bound..............10:17 p.m M. 54,.east bound ............... 3:09 a.m - VIOKSBURG, SHREVEPORT & PACIFIC. ves for Vicksburg............ 8:25 a.m Tvlea from Vfcksburg......... 7:20 p.m SHREVEPORT & HOUSTON. es Shreveport ....... ....... 7:35 p.m ves at Houston ............ 5:10 a.m v1es Houston.... .......... 9:45 p.m ries at Shreveport .......... 8:00 a.m Accommodation "es Shreveport ............. 8:00 a.m rives at Shreveport............ 6:30 p.m ,:ANSAS CITY, SHREVEPORT & GULF. North- .No.-1-Mail and Express, ar.......

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

TiE FLAGS HOISTED. EV. OR. TALMAGE PREACHES A VIVID AND APPROPRIATE SERMON. me ons He Hates War-But He Admires the Bght Kind of Martial Bpirit--Wods et Glowing and Picturesque Exhora tas. WasbINGN, March 14.-At thi time, when our national capital bas for ten days Lees ablaze with our national Gag, the i magery of this sermon of Dr. Talmage seems veryvivi4 andapplopriate. 2~hbeat is Psalms xz, 5, "In the name of God we wilt set up our banner. " li hat war. In my boyhood we may A rerad the blography of Alexander or -amie Revolutionary hero until our u heart beat high and we wished we been born over 300 yeas ago, just for s- goyof striking down a Hessian. For -*ut swords hung up on the rafters and I,- s out out of log se in which they were lodged during the great strife we had unbounded admiration, or on some public day, clothed in our grandfather's soldierly .eoouterments, we felt as brave as Gari baldi or Miltiades. We are wiser now, for *o make a vast distinction between the .I...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

with the very stones of the field. The sun in by day and tne moon by night, directly or dc Indirectly, s..all favor Christianity. The ye stars in their courses are marshaled for Uo, or as they fought against Sisera. The winds w of heaven are now as certainly acting in ti favor of Christ as in reformation times the th invincible armada in its pride approach- ec af the coast of England. As that proud oa navy directed their guns against the friends i of Christ and religious libert God said o uto his winds, "Seie hold of them," and in o the sea, "Swallow them." The Los', w with his tempests, dashed their hulks to- g ether and splintered them on the rooks t until the flower of Spanish pride and rmle p lay crushed nmong the waves of the sea- it beach. All are ours. Aye, God the Pa ther, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost w meour allies! s! Precious seed. tr The Mohammedans, in their str to subjugate the world, had passages m to the Koran inscribed on the blades of their i Sdmiters, a . we...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 20 March 1897

THE NEW : : : : henY ou want "any ,, a Whenthig to o " Alurinum Bell." with a wheel just 'keep us in mind. We thave everything for CO . Push the button and clear the way o c iss. Acme Spring Ventilated 2/icye/ Srevs. Last forever. a THE NEWEST As for HEETHE NEWEST we are agents for bfrMPS, J cotumBIA. SELLS, /$00.00 to all alike. SADDLES, SO.YCOJOl ETERS, j C6 WitEJCjES, O C ?UMPS, I TOURISTS' BASS, CE JENTS, GRif S, ETe. II .. . .. Nos. 104 & 108 Texas Street. v e t*eieved a full an e mplete line of Garden and Field Seeds, including...... S illet and Cane seed, 6 varieties of Clover. rows, no danger 5 varletie Of Oats. odJoahanon vrieties of Field Corn. 7 varieties of Plan ncl erated UaTVnd stern -a C. g rwhite, Red and Yellow.c .a... bavala comapets o leraileedsadap-d to this climate, and my prices t with anyl sed hots in the country, and seed are guaranteed to ^s - uenGrIse is to name and vitality. L town I  a mll e ad see n rega rding prices and other'information, other W ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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