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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 July 1901

CHARTER OF The Atlanta aud Shreveport Uil and Gas Company, Limited. ;:teof L .-in~ar. i'ari-h of Caddo le it .1 ta t n:t t , becfore III . :.' ic l iv, noi..l , a ujt r11 1 t I,.r . p .l anti f.- Ladito fallh Lolan:'ilan, t dr :! ci ;!llilt - ! t , i, t hllt d wt-a ll \'o ,vrcl ,, Cmlne and 4 411 the su -r'a.l 'er-11 s \\i os' nal e , ;r here nto tl( ') tei 1tb'Id, \s h1 declare, thait avaO lng tilb acl. , tt the ipr(ov , , f .ct \o 30 if i-;.t ot the ot-nral .\-..:nblv of the Staite of Loue-jiant. as iuc! as those of the (: ro La . ,f sa.4 static re l atlie to -tt.9 and sl:ccessors intO a co rporation fir ithe objects and purposes ano n llie the agreements and stipulation, here-. mailtr -et frth, which they hcrcby al, pt as their charter. ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation sh:l; be " THE ATLANTA AND MiIREVEt'ORT OIL AND GAS tCOlMPANY, LIMITED" and by that name it shall have the power and otn thority to enjoy succession for tify' v years, to contract, sue and be suted ..1 use a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 July 1901

EAD ACHE "w e wife f st mynl fhaTe bMcn V88i 11L E Ts *nd texy are the be*3 m* e have ever bad in the house. Last SagT wife was frantio with beadache for Wodam se tried some of your CASCARETS, d thre relieved the pain in her head almost l tely. We both recommendCascaret." CHAS. STIrEFORD. PiLtsburg sate & Deposit Co, Pittsburg, P. CANDY CATHARTIC P'aaant. Platable. Potent. Taste Goodl. Do 00e. here Sleluen. Weaken. or Gripe. W0c. Wc. W0c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Ste g ws afrImy, i. .Me* Moetrwld. New 5. 17 I*AT 0 * old and gi*ranteed by ali drn *iTS t gu to CtIW TobEo) habit THE CAUCASIAN. BHBEVEPORT, LA., July i. M191. For the krummer Spedtal round tarp rte are s*w lU ele to HBysS Bpriap, Texsu. Hotel Badadll asU . populaf resort ls emeO. tLhe lultled sad equipped letlries asg aeS. Balte are ressMasble sad io ex*eMllen. CUratLk popeMrtle o wlmersl watYes are u seqOlled. Ask Shy tuel s a gl of ta Toeas 6 Paciic Jthay or desrtitev llterature aod lta.nr prtuadu. E P Tarmer, Gen...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

THE AUCA SIAN. VO~I, XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA. SUNiAY M(>RNIN(;I JUIY 21, I .1S1 N. YOU ARE LOSING I MONEY { Every time you fill up that old Wood Stove, The Economical Fuel sida of the question has been looked after, and the universal ver diet is that GAS Is all tbings cousidered, the cheapest, cleanest, and m )st economical fuel. Buy a Gas Range Now and be Happy All the Year. Shreveport Gas, Electric Light;& Power Co., 218 Mibaui b'r e . 4T GRFE ATLY REDUCED PRICES. Do not neglect the opportunity. Now Is the time to Invest. In:the list of bargains offered at R. SILVERSTEIN'S 90 Dozen Linen Collars at 2 12 cents each 145 Pairs Knee Pant at 15 cents a Pair O 5 0 Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button. at 50 cents a pair. SILVERSTEIN'S -'ANKRUPT SALE. -, No. 307 Texas Street. mm i m Scktntific[ Repairing AND RE OVERINr OF Umbrellas and Parasols I am prepared on short notice tc do your work satis rly at reasonable prices, My work is guaranteed, I promise satisfaction, both as to workmanship a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

A.\t~p ;-N ( !2:'A ~I1N. EAGERNESS OF F:LIPINCj TO AO QUIRE '4AMF k!CANu ' LDUCAMION. In i)olu' to rnitt. 'n.,4. .·I.'.44In. I'u lit InIV* rn 4 ioni ýC1'11 1'Iý,~u ". .1illli I Ti :lllli'l.1 t':l icn toil' t1 ii r: .t i ,:i~ i I'ttlll ,11 jllie- i l I lith ho 'lotllnt' hei " l. l W1 . Itt $it't it itse 1""4t 1.il1t1t fnul zoitItI'hu' 111,tt.1ii Ii "1i -l' t a:1 t i t L" 14 f1 . r'1 1 I; II I I1,, I11 Ii'liilll fi 'lllRt ),17lrl rllt l11 iii cIln1l f; I Iý 114.11 :h unt: il Tll': T'tl 'll Ili it111. .\11 4"-11t4 ; 111}' 11Crnrlir t 1(11 I0ts pEu tit"Ing till l~lt I1" '?*t elil gouit~ititits, FRIED W. A rIINRON. iSuperintwiden oI f Ithllic schols.] cadtion of the rhing generation was the most powerfe.' lever x\ ith which to ele vate the Fi.ipino people to the stand ard of 'good and useful citizenship. When ue qinestiun arose as to where to fin-I for this work a man who com binil the necessary pedagogical train SpIo and experience with the business ..-bility to grapple with the manny p...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

S .,-° tI TRADE MARK 1870 BALKE'S SLIVE OAK WHISKEY SOFTENED BY ACE. Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition. Is the best and purest Rye Whiskey so:d in the South. R. F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors, CINCINNATI, U. S. A. Ordenr mailed to our head office will be Fled bronm our ',meuet n.redlad distributor, COMM ERCI A L National Bank CAPITAL $100.000 8URPLU5 ,,..p 11.000, SAVING DEPARTMENT OFFICIBb PI"Th::YOUBEI................. Presldes aH" . YOURZE ............V ie-Preadest LJM. WATSON ...................Cashis AV Accounts and collectipns respect fnlly solicited. SHREVEPORT TURF EXCHANGE The latest and most re liable returns from the races, Received by Special Wire Every day at the SHREVEPORT TURF EXCHANGE. If interested come and get the results. PHOENIX HOTEL BUILDING. Commissions taken from responsible parties. 'Phone 199. BUOOU0eION 8AIl • e -1i - eveeatsoeth Judlieal Distrio m.-gmmeof Litsiaes. Parish of Ver. kIl. - 4-- - __ _ et oUsr Pipel.. ý ': rle e a se•mu.ise ,to sell, t...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

THE CAUCASIAN ..._.._------ T~ caucOsiOn PUISOlna il CODmn OFFCIAL ORGA ' OF THE PARISH OF CADDO EX .USION OF C IV4ESE. At an early date the act or law )} which the Chinese are excluded fron the United States will terminate o, limitation an.i unless this act or lag is reinstated and held in lull tore the Mongolians will swarm into tb UnCted States by millions. It is true the demands of commerce may insist on non action and the "open.door policy," which is being advocated and is favored by Minister Wo, the representative of China at Washington, on the plea of reciprocal' spirit in consideration of trade facill ties and advantages, but should we, the people, approve this proposed influx of Chinese, which in time WOnMI i1U 'O UiUss5L( ou ruIL5. The ezclusiou of the Chinese is essential to the protection and the perpetuity of our civilization ? It may be said in behalf of the Chinese, by those who want cheap labor, that a million or more of t'hi rnoe .distributed • throughout the Southe...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

CHAUTAUQUA ChattauquR's Thira Week - A Large Attendance Delightnfl Occasions This Week The Red wetter day of the third weak was the 17th, on which occasion Col It ieasuate of Shreveport made the annual ¶ address. Be was lntroduced by Col J W Niehol son of the State Univerrlty, who, most approl rlately and beautifully sai': "The speaker tntered the Louisiana State University in 1890, aid graduated from that great institution in 1914 His career se a student was as unlge as it was bril liant. No other cadet of that splendid school ever did so much Ps he to awaken and strengtten the college spirit among the students. Tue organisation and growth of the oadet brass band, the cadet Glee club, and the base and toot ball teams, in all of which he was a leader, are uoe most largely to his e florts and services. At the same time his standing n all bhis subjects of study was exceptionaliy high. Wnen the dread tooesin of war was sounded, although a very young man, he was elected to the high and ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

SCHIIE IS ATTACKED. 1aclavy's History M::akes llim Any* thing Iut a lero. BOOK IS EXCLUDED. Secretary of the Navy Forbids it Being Used as a Text Book at An napolls-!-tatemnent from the Authr of Book. Washington, June 20.-The secretary of the navy has decided that the third volume of Maclay's history of the Span ish-American war shall not be used as a text book at the naval academy unless the obnoxious language it contains in characterizing the action of Rear Ad miral Schley is eliminated. The secre tary says that it would be manifestly improper to have a history containing such intemperate language as a text book for the cadets. He will inform both Commander Wainwright, who is in command of the naval academy, and Mr. Maclay, the author of the history, of his decision. In this connection the secretary says that the proofs of the entire volume were not submitted to him by the histo rian. He received only the proofs of the third chapter, that relating to the smobilisation of the fleet...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

]HERMA N LOEB, ....DEALER IN.... Hide, Wool. Tallow. l3eeswax Frrl , Eto Ccmmerce Street, Next to V., S. & P. Ry., .hrevepo-t, La I guarsTute! to dto seller.' t1n. n' pri o 3i I , Vickiuirg, touiu, New Orlans Galvostou an1 tI I) ton n.rk t. Prompt return made on receipt of Shipments ARBBT BUNTEK. SAM HUNTER HAWK HB ,.T' K - HUNTE Rl B1areOs. Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants 11l and 113 MILAM BTREIbl' Plantation Supplits, Bagging and Ties, DEALFRg IN Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran an'1 Chops Prompt attention to all orders on sb.rt notice at bottom p All favors aporeelated _ _ _ _ C C HARDMAN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Lumber, Shingles, Sash Doors, Blinds and General House Finishing Goods. FPICE and SALESROOM', cor. Spring and Crockett. LUMBER YARD, cot. Lake sad McNeil Sta. khreveport, La. S G. DREYFUS & CO WHOLfAL:_ OALRCS lb Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and (Hats OOL. SPERIO AD"GCBOVKETT STBEELi 8 PROMPT AIENMTION PAID TO 004TRY ORDERS When Traveling One wants the very bes...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 21 July 1901

TAPE WORMS MA tape worm eighteen feet long at least came on the scene after my taking two CASCARETS. This I am sure has caused my bad health for the past three years. I am still taking Cascarets. the only cathartic worthy of oticen by sensible people " Gro. W. BowLa, Baird, Mies. CANDY CATHARTIC 13a*0 MAMN inagmem Pleasant. Palatable at. Taste Good. Do Good. Never 8icken. Weaken. or Gripe. M. Ce. 00e ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... banmil am.i Cdm.r, cbse.g, mesmi., Mw Teei. 777 U.TO Sold and ruaranteed by ldr 80lTO-SA giss to 4 u To'. ac Ho=b THE CAUCASIAN. BHREVEPORT, LA., July 21. 1901. For the summer Special ronad trip rates are new In elect to Hynsogn pring., Texas. Hotel Randall at this popular resort Is one of the bet ventilated and equipped bostelrles in the South. Rates are reasonable and table excellent. Curative properties of the mineral waters are unequalled. Ask say ticket aent of the Texas A Paci Railway for deeorlptye literatore and f trther particulars. E P Trner, General...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 24 July 1901

HE m AUCwASIAmN. VOL X1Il. SHREVEPORT, LA.; WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1(.1)1. N 0 LEMONS! LEMONS ! JUST RECEIVED one Thousand Boxes Fancy and Choice Lemons. Send us your orders or write for prices. TI' r.iten die Weil, 10. Tesas Street. 4T GREATLY REDUCED PBICES. Do not neglect the opportunity. Now Is the time to In vest. in'the list of bargains offered at R. SILVERSTEIN'S are 90 Dozen Linen Collars at 2 1-2 cents each 145 Pairs Knee Pant at 15 cents a Pair 25O P.irs Shoes, Lace and Button. at 50 cents a pair. R. SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SAL . No. 307 Texas Street Scientific Repairing AND RELOVERING OF Umbrellas and Parasols I am prepared'on short notice tc do your work satis factorily at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, and I promise satisfaction, both as to workmanship atpd price. E. BRAN D.T. Feactory 612 Texas btre t. Will tall for work when wanted. The House Wife's Delight. In warm weather is a good lee chest that is economical to the use of ice sait is easy kept sweet...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 24 July 1901

IP Y'OU N99b MON Y% <-k Po And calti ot call, phone 561, two "ring A41mounts. Per4, ,Collat al and we will call on you personally- All Watches, Jewelry, a ond' Guns, Etc6 transactions confidential. argains- . ned Pledges L. TEIKULSKI. The Shreveport Fawnbroker 419 Texas Street. ptonite Yoe f oe THE CAUCAýN OF ORGAV E H OF CADDO ftAS BY THU NOMINEE *t.Wepapern and the men who lto alrepresent Mr Bryan I. WtO expected be would bave <t 4 ba bolt," are no doubt ~k61d thbat he n. urged the Drumootea of Ohio to support the S-mell med at Cleveland, O. In a .= n of tbh Ohio platform, Mr . i the Cemm oner, says Mr Ktiboarae, the nomlnee for le lmor, lo a exoellent man, a life * -a DeMerat and an active sup plirof te NOational ticket in both S1SNas 100. He as better than blh talOt BHe deserves and should ' le WVOte of every Democrat If H ay of the Ohio I)mo. aggrieved becauee the reor. .Tele n. i t of the party tri dat the oeeventlon let th eiw ft h heir dieppolmtment upon i oa teke but ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 24 July 1901

BALKE'S LIVE OA WHISKEY SOFTENED BY ACE. AwardeG told McdlJ at Atlanta Expositio' Is the best and pures Rye Whiskey so:d in the South. R. F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors CINCINNATI, U. S. A. Orders mailed to our head offce will bt Alled from our "eareqt POcredt.ed distrlbutor COMI MERCJA L National Bank ..OF....-. 8HREVEPORTý L8.. CAPI1IL. 5100 001 E URPLU Ad:A'"'t. 1 000 SAVING DEPARTMENT OFFICER IM I r. YSOUREF.......... .....Freeld* II* 1I. YUt R }E. ............ V 1,e*P'rgndiu S. M. W Al 6ON ....................U ub Acce unts and collections respect fnlly solicited. SHRFVEPORT TURF EXCHANGE The latest and most re liable returns from the races, Received by Special Wire Every day at the SHREVEPORT TURF EXCHANG i. If interested come and get the results. PHOENIX HOTEL BUILDING. Commissions taken-from responsible parties. 'Phone 199. :O3UUibbliUN bAL1I No 428--la Seventuenth Judicial District (curt--tuate of Louisiana, Parish of Ver milllon-Succeslon of OUcar Fipes. By virtue of a co...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 24 July 1901

of tie i...p ylaout the bowsk 4 .Good CLEAN DwBy H T * 1901 mewpaperp and tll "to nilereprer, -d who expected Ibty toi S .imd *"a bolt," i oft d'wrarb I ftht be h P.uper Defrtem of Ohio Von; fo sLatmlaaaed at Clewi, . L, 1ew of te Obta, yu. in the Ce( will b i . Kilbourae, the Council S Pvfw or, ib s exOce.. Slars Dmoo.mst and nge. p ter of the natioL omoio is 1 ad low. iHe " 1'x Paotluar He deeeryes the vote of eve SMaUmare.," fo, t i daour tro . ~ph Ia, The Imam mous in Xlurrles gr and bs the mo.t the 8Late. new ID s o o01 pacific .r, _r. lofoyg?. Ssaddlen _1#I*w prioe. ~u~r B. moutb the hell p~l *-mo to UK like wire: p10WISUOK ca. It Zbest wi~ orICL low. vgh. l;ook of am" Intor miget. sad Ll~ "DROUTH BROKER" Long Dry Spell Followed By Rain. The drouth in Shreveport and victnity was broken last evening and last night. The drouth baling been broken, who will mave and preserve "the iragments?" The lorg dry spell was ended with a gentle rain-a riodnrate root searcher and root soaker-...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

STHE CAUCASIAN._ VOL XI[ SHREVEPORT, LA. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1901. NU 1(1 LEMONS! LEMONS! JUST RECEIVED tone Thousand Boxes Fancy and Choice :Lemons. Send us your orders or write for prices. TI'u teri & Well, 10 Texas Street. 4T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Do not neglect the opportunity. Now Is the time to In vest. ln'the list of bargains offered at R. SILVERSTEIN'S are 9 O Dozen Linen Collars at 21.2 cents each 14.5 Pairs Knee Pant at 15 cents a ;Pair Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button. at 50 cents a pair. R. SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SALE. No. 307 Texas Street. ° Scientific Repairing AND RE OVKRING Or Umbrellas and- Parasols ,, I am prepared on short notice tc do your work satis ly at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, I promise satisfaction, both as to workmanship and E. BRANDT. $12 Texas btre t. Will sall for work whei wanted. House Wife's Dellght. In warm weather is a good Ic chest that Is ecooc mical in the use of * Ice ant is easy kept sweet and cleas for the reception of ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

FOLLOWS BELLAMY'S PLAN. o nll " (omn'-!tiy on Soelallatic Linen In New Hampshire. iN m \ NII July 2. Many men 1:aV :i ; tp, "i :'g goest, 't tº,; - i. on', of the t11 . t!:t 1, t' th l ' w b m oving. l;. " t r I of tiw \, orbll. \a tla y ta o fay IIi b' s. llne fol xi a.n Itvi'~iI. mothr the ' '' r!1 - .r tlA 'lisi of Itud (la. 'i'Thn Ii' 'of ' orLi II. «Webster ý'f :i" lplaý~ ..L king liaekwardi," I a I it'' at -4 i l'afl tia work, and Mu'r. Vi il'..ýt trl'"`';~'i to praciticei as4 wR ll i t s ht: '.' l" i th o trim - therein cop to itn' M r 1l':' tr knl.,% his Bi ble thoronal:' it II e~nover-a1tion tems R Ith in ' 1 t trrtur this famous v 1i1n . -i-t 1; 4i 1i is ht-irt :tul soul w ilt i,, tl n'"t, :iianutedi by lBellamy aol is fir;IV ''on''inte l that in timle tLev \]It I~' f. '!fowe t' by all mankind. So titrly dvin"- tI billieve this that he ptiq'4op'li to *i a pioneer in the work of p rt' ' i llyi -f;' siling the faith. lie thas ret rut from huuI;int'ss and Intends fo".11bn1 ln...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

UP TO DATE IN WORK AND APPLIAN -ES Shreveport PIumbin & Electrical Co LIMITED Are supplied with the best improved supplies for Bath Rooms, Lavatory, Closets and all work connected with plumbing. Special attention given to Repairing Gas and Steam Fitting. All work guaranteed. Priced *nable. Office on Milam near Spr ng Street Belle of Lexirigto1l WHISKEY 4 Quart Bottle ;, (or gallon jug) caLnRAmTEo- DELIVERED Free of Express Gharges For $3 00 CASH.2 K~hN LIII 11 AND GR CEY CO C rner I' as and Spring Sweets. Wauck Wili Recl olAl Having made arrangeme 'ts with the bottlers of the fCrst water ever bottled in Waukesha,-and the W iter that m ile W iuke h t fa mous W ade enabled to place Silurian Springs Water on this market so tha t lmel) derive the benefic of its wonderful curative powers. $6 per case of 0oo bottles We allow $. for the return of empty b4iess and case. We Have a Few Cases Left- Of m nager Ale, in Quart B3ttles, 5o to the case, at $5, anti W#Iow $s.5o per case for retur...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

THE CAUCASIAN~ N LADE !9 COvCoSIa. PulisIDS UII WI W OFFCIAL ORGA'V OF THE 4ARISH OF CADDO COLORED, OR NEGRO SOCIETIE S The organization of a secret society among the colored people of Rich and parich has occasioned consid. e:able excitement. Some think that it* purpose was a menace to the foite people, but the colored people claim that the society is entirely legitimate .-sndhat its purpose is to help and elevate the negro and not to harm the-whites In the least. The matter will be investigated. Nothing rash should bp done in a case of this kind. -buaxdia t-Journal. The paragraph clipped, is from the Guardiau-Journal, published in Ho mer, Claiborne parish. To the Guardian-Journal and other newspapers whic.i have been consid orably exercised over the reports as well as the attempted organisations et colored sooleties or societies of negroes, mystic and benevolent, we twould say, fear not. Do not get ex o ted; be calm. It will be conceded that any or ganization of the kind of which P...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

bev to Keep the House Cool '"Many things can be done to mate even the mall house a comfortable, restful / place in hot weather," writes Maria ?arles, in The Ladies' Homi Journal for August. "Of course the windows must be properly shaded with blinds or awninzs, and also well screened. All the heavy hangings should be removed, and when pseible the carpets should be taken up or c .eovered with linen. Cool colors, such as hite, gray lltht greens and blues, should take the place of the warmer colors. Thin white muslin curtains solten the light. TbS house should be well aired and sutled at least once a day. The early 4'orrring is best for this. Open all the windows and blinds and let the sun and air pour tbrough the house. About nine o'elook close all the blinds and all th, windows except one or two downstairs and two or three Upstairs. In the open windows place wet grass screens, or cover the regular screens with wet fisnne'. When the sun goes down open all the windows and blinds. A skyl...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 July 1901

RE61STRATION OVER. Over 167,11011 After the 13,1000 Fret ioilieo in O)klahiioIa. FIXING FOR DU 1AWING The Great Lottery Will Begin at Ei Reno Monday Morning-Hear. Ing or Lone Wolf's Injune. tion Was Completed. El Reno, 0. T., July 27.-When the bxths closed here Friday night at the end of the last registration day the total registration for both districts reached 167,006. The registration at El Reno Friday was 3850, making a total if 136, 815. Friday's registration at lawton was 532, making a total for that place of 30,691. a no rnsuminavura a su wam goa uvvs ue drawing in connection with the open ing of the Kiowa and Comanche lands are A. W. Richards, Frank Dale and D, P. Ewer, and held their firstconferenct Friday afternoon. The following formal announcement was given to the public: A platform will be erected in the streets upon which the drawings will be conducted in plain view. Envelopes containing the names of all registered applicants will be placed in two boxes, one for each l...

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