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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

RAILROAD SCHEDULE. COTTON BELT. passenger train No. 7 arrives at 10:20 a daily. Fright train No. 11 arrives at 4:40 p.m daily. passenger train No. 8 departs at 4:30 daily. Freight train No. 12 departs at 6 a.m. daily. Freight trains Nos. 11 and 12 run dafly except Sunday, between Shreveport and Camden and will carry passengers. TEXAS & PACIFIC. Leave No.51, west bound............... 9:25 a.mn No.52, east bound........... 6:09 p.m No. 53, west bound..........10:17 p.m No. 54, dast bound ......... .... 3:09 a.m V4lKPUBG., SHREVEPORT & PACIFIC. Leaves for Vicksburg............ 8:25 a.m Arrives fr6n Vfcksburg........ 7:20 p.m SaHREVEPORT & HOUSTON. Leaves Sbhreveport.......... ... 7:35 p.m Arrives at Houston.......... .. 5:10 a.m leaves Houston..... ......... 9:45 p.m Arives at Bhreveport........ . 8:00 a.m Aooommodation LeaIves Shrdleport .............. 8:00 a.m Arrives at.Shreveport......... .6:30 p.m KANSAB CITY, SHREVEBPOIT & GULP. '.North - iNo. 1-dMal and Express, ...

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

WOMAN'S WORLD. A CLEVER CHICAGO DECORATOR WHO WORKS IN BLOOMERS. A Fortune For Dress-The Womam Who "See. to Thiags-Row to Lift the Shit. Where No Corsets Are AeUow-OWlu and Houae-Amerlosu Women Abreac. Out of a possible three or four women decorators in Chicago the youangest and sleoverest is Miss Louise B. TwymIan of Hyde Park. Although she is a charm ii g young woman, scarcely 92 years of age, still she is one of the pioneers s pong women in interior decoration-in the thoroughgoing ladder and scaffold Work on walls and ciling. It takes a certain kind of energy, per s*everace and pluck to mount a lofty scaffolding and work for a number of bSure, with uplifted arm and heat bent backward, decorating a Sat apd uain viting expanse of celliag. It takes a kind of physical endurance and grit that mot many wOIn ever demonstrate. To paint a tiny piece of canvas held com fortably before one is a summer dream in comparison. Women all over the iorld have gained distinction where the means were...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

1iaschzntI teueveopimeii or rae octty to increase the strength of ,the muscles the circulatibi aind the respiratory pow ere and to gain agility and grace. The exercises are designed to remove much of the embarrassment, nervousness and faltering characteristics of thitle whc have not a well developed control of the body. The 6work consists of Swedish educa tional gymnastics, including free stand ing exercises, running, jumping, vault ing and the use of the horizontal ladder and of inclined and vertical ropes. Ex erciseeswith clubs,wands, dumbbells and iu; are also given. A ceruncare is res. quired from each student, signed by her physician, stating her physical condi tion at the time of entrance. Gymna sium costumes and shoes without heels are required for all classes. Corsets and close fitting waists will not be allowed in any of the exercises.-New York Tribune. Girls and Home. Technical training for girls in the . arts of the home is very much needed in this country,, says a New Yo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

=BUILDIX(ý THE CITY. i was DR. TAIMAGE ON NEHEMIAH'S RIDE Art w~hi IN WRECKED JERUSALEM. the - the The Zerahatment of the Mooelight tad I ki NebhemO 's Nansoie--vLeve oa tie chuek Wh toic of God-Ranle and Redemptoa-Tbe ol Goreat Good That Cowen Froa Tremble. ton WASUIWGTNo, April 4.-From the weird teo snd midnight expriences of one of ancient hr times Dr. Talmage in his sermon draws ,, startlingly appropriate. His text cup k0Nehemiah it, 15, "Then went I up in I naigbt by the brook and viewed the way wall and turned back and entered by the I late of the valley, and so returned." wa] 4 A dead city is more suggestive than a ba living city-pOst Rome than present Rome beg -ruins rather than newly frescoed ceathe- tcx dral. But the beat time to visit a ruin is kee by moonlight. The Coliseum is far more as ] (ascinatnla to the traveler arter sundown city than before. You may stand by daylight sh amid the monastic ruins of Melrose abbey and study shafted oriel and rosetted stone and nmulli...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

"Sir, you know that 'of such is the king dom of heaven,' and I think the Saviour is pleases when he sees so much white clo Ter growing around these little graves." Do Not Give Up. But when the minister pressed the old sexton for a more satisfactory answer the old sexton said, "Sir, about these larger graves, I don't know who are the Lord's mints and who are not, but you know, sir, it is clean different with the balmras." Oh, if you hare had that keen, tender, inde soitsble sorrow that comes from the lose at child, do not give up. The old sexton was right It is all well with the bamirns. Or, if you have sinned, if you have sinned grievously--sinned until you have been east out by the church, sinned until you have been cast out by society-do not give ap. Perhaps there may be in this house me that could truthfully utter the lamen tition of another: Ones I was pure as the snow, but I fell to be trampled as ilth in the street to be scoffed at, spit on and beat, 1 1Iayiag, cursinga wishin...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

Xrehtod of civxiag a rit:d W'. This r crll exit "-hap Fotd. It beongs t;. i. .nai- family of plants as c-a )-ýu, mu- t.r1. turnips and rutabagas. uP it.- eairl growth it resem bles thetlinip to a marked degree. It may be plant'd or sown broadcast on well p;repnr-d ground any time after frost is out f the ground until the mid die of July and will in favorable sea-. sons malt considerable pasture when sowed as late as the 1st of August, but makes its best growth when put in the around after the ground has become thoaonghly warm. The earliest seeding will make a slower growth, but will make a larger yield per acre. There are , euteral varieties of rape, but none ree emmended for our soil or climate that q Is superior to the Dwarf Essex. This can be had at the first class seed stores. From four to five pounds of seed when sown broadcast will be ample, and half that amount will plant an acre if it is drilled in rows 80 inches apart. This s method is recommenzded more for the early than t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

~EaR~e~er, i~d~iEB0, 0z".42siiROMMIMM-0.0 -0~f PARK VIEW I II .- ý -_ s-- - an·-- 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 cant 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 interest 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 over stop to think what we have to back up our city? If not, do so right now. After so d...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

WASHINGTON LETTER. ord bul tio: special Correspondence. wit Washington, April 5th, 1897. The Civil Service Rules may be an likened to a punching bag in a ch public gymnasium, and the Sena- c tors and Representatives to the Spunchers. Whether they can f punch the bag to pieces is yet too be seen. The Senate Civil Service aI Committee is preparing to make an a exhaustive investigation of the hi workings of the Civil Serviceer under those rules, but that isn't going fast enough for some of thei opponents of Mr. Cleveland's nu merous extensions of the rule, and Representative Corliss, of Michi gan, has offered a joint resolution providing for the repeal of every B. extension made under the last ad m ministration. Mr. Corliss tried to m get immediate consideration for the resolutions, but Speaker Reed would not have it that way, so it e has gone to join the numerous . bills and resolutions which are t awaitingothe appointment of the i1 House Committee. Mr. Corliss says that President McK...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

The Progress. Volume 6-Na. 16. SHREVEPORT. LA., April 17, 1897. Price 5 Cents JOHN'S BAPTISM INDEED. I the anc ~ige to raisembdsbrace article of last hea aspe Icon To the Editor of The Progress. qu Your correspondent at Keachi cha iting of John the Baptist's bap- 5 so, asks the question, was it saf hbristian baptism?; and decides tau `Sat John was not "a Christian all anitster," fior "the organizer of the Schristian church," nor "the ad- gel j1lastrator of a christian bap pes Usmi " He further asserts that the .1 Dapist "wi. beheaded before the thi Christian dipsation began." pr It seems a he differs from pr( Mark, who opens his account of of ;John's ministry with these words, pe "The beginning of the gospel of the Jesus Christ, the Son of God." hii John was a messenger sent to pre ;pme the way--"the voice of one 'I g in the wilderness, prepare Ck as the way of the Lord, make His IjI f stratight." A Sit would seem, that the herald or 14 Aabib~ger of a king would belong in the retinu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

lth eadership of the same th Savior. They were bap- ce in the same manner we are, th he same words descabe both. same kind of subjects were 'w baptized-those who are inteligent "fsoough to repent of their sins and a :believe the gospel of the Son of in en 'Your correspondent says, "If .o willf notice you will see that hn applied the water to the can ;,d*te and not the candidate to the r," He seems to have arrived Sconclusiaon because John t ' basptised you with, but He be6ptize you with the Holy a " But let us see if his con ol is just. The proposition he Greek is the same as that G latd "in" in this same chap 9 (Mark 1: 6, 9). "And they baptized of him in the the Jordan." "Jesus came from P th of Galilee and was bap f John in the Jordan." The T B translation of the Re oetslons put "into" instead a ".ankagin it read "into th3 ." The proposition is not tel but local and denotes place--the river Jordan. it not ) absurd to rrnd jasrnaea- "They were bap- m layJohn "with" the river As a ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

The Progress. Published Every Saturday. S-Hcs - ----- Editor ed in the PostoMice at Bhreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. : --2O5 Milan Street, between Mar ket and srings street.. SUBSORIPTION PRICEB. r......................One Dollar Months..............Sixty-five Cents ee Months.........Twenty-five Cents -W x Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. jau3vUORT. LA. - APRIL 17. e-17. BYCAMORE HAS FALLEN. 'Hon. Daniel Voorhees, of Indi- F has passed away, after a long, public life. He was one of y great men of the present gen on and times: a power in , one of the ablest lead In the United States Senate, , 'The tall sycamore of the Wa "I how the cognomen thrills hearts of Southern men and en; for it was indeed as a tall ore; as a gigantic friend and protector, he stood between polluting serfdom; as their pion against unholy oppres as their friend and ally in of ;prostituting peril, when I powers sought to fetter the with negro domination in the days of reconstruction. s, it was this v...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

IheiProgress. C Published Every: $atnuday . t c' 8 - -l - -, - -. Editr r4 ofotehd in the Postoflbe at.Shreveport as '' eond-c1Ald Mail Mutter. P Ow Mn-2o ni-u Street, berween Mar- d hat and Spripg. Styeet., o: 911N ?UCEs. 8 .. . ..........One Dollar a '..iuriai .pNs.YW-ij of. ty-Sve Cents five Cents Journal Oaddo Parish Farmer, P' Alliance. W P fl3U3arWO3. LAr . - APRILn 17, 1897. M Louisiana may yet be the Sod- t ,i' of polities. a W fho listens to only one side, is C 1 aust judge. olan times, God's chosen .; hnehi of valor. P te's manhood. _ Was e ni3rfphy swamp. d l rkg .toilers? I i~~ given thoem? t] 1. What a blessing it $ 1 · Qitalrl M, illions, eyx acd Breossnarad t rd iu, thelr.vote p ý~t ti oBulsi b the chief de. bltokest b have :bee~n J n' e'er O· .,""i~ ` j of ee how cai - 1 i C 1 v I m' F"r. p. 4 4. ~ J : SNo constitutional convention will do right, unless adifferent idea r of political honesty prevails in Louisans, - Are we advancing or are we ret r rograding, in our i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

to control the tongue- say, y ``eal how you use it, and unjust] especially when you talk in why 4 pay; There are more people And at sword's points towards each A r by poisonous tongues, than Progr hing else knridwnto humanity. .guilty tivate the habit of attehding t6 tempo r own affairs, and quit that dis- in wh teful practice of carrying the ask Saboutyour neighbor.-Rayne where - buns.whr The rogress fully indorses that just. er! so, if aset STurkey should try to slip up assert Greece, it could have no one to ogize e for the fall but itself.--Little The N er Ledger. Wh y, my ! Lean forward your If a little, Jim Crooks! that I there Sstroke it a bit, for your cute- tears if yoi " succe Dorgan' City has thc pretitest Sund s and the laziest boys in the other e.-Morgan City Review. and t. Martinville can discount, you if yo both, Brother Jolly, on pretty you Sand lazy boys.--St.. Martin- the e Messenger. a threti! Shreveport has nojazy Poin a worth talking about; but TI on the subject ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

A Ghampion ale . A Sale that will add ..--.A Champion Sale.... ; =to our Fame and Ag ,. *** itate others. We begin our 8econd Champion Sale to-morrow, and it promises to be a hot one. We'll show the money-saving possi bilities of this great store, making a price record that will withstand all onslaught, bringing nearer a minimum price both the Necessities and the Luxuries wich go to make life worth the living. It doesn't matter whether you're an expert shop per or not, as here there are no misrepresentations to steer clear of, and you know that we stand as a stone wall between you and inferior goods. Envious would-be competitors will be dazed when they read these prices, but we challenge any New York houses or any "others" to meet them. Our prices are an anvil that have worn out many hammers. - RAPI1ON SLK SALE: ItIn silk for dresses and skirts, was Mozambiques a silk and wool eerge, light " Jst from the looms, latest designs, newest Champion price............... $1.338 cool, in sol...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

were mel at the door b yMrs. Herold and we~ddin r.B. Skoloski. The young ladies were ton, Te .ushered into the greain g room by Mrs. part of Henry Wintcr and Mrs. L:zar Kahn, and Houic ~then to the parlor where Miss Annie Betts clea 11 was rec.iving her. guests-she looked "so porLt, v pre ty (1 a d1i. Y " i't'e xrgaody, .: d red deil. ro .slp ic 1 i.: !eOre L \`"i', a ( i0'1ý i,",1 ly t txO8" 0. I~~ tOOt Grundy Park th t mea C:)::1 1 c. a::- Hoi i tioy o. .. to he 1:1* hexd tohble c cesl . a .h 1(I ,1t me1cnt. Cho_:_ d ilii.To a. \V;) thie be~i· inning of thec noi:i \··a I"'-l"'' ''d ; '; i w ith a little bag c,- . n c' 1'_'i abe ) 1 1 :'. b xxd3 'the loso:s;-.L ae 'A tAble : take one i ro;1 i. !Ci' :,: .ad pr.. : the rilaner;. \olin 1, y ., : t HML; numbte0ro1 a n umb.;I' CO p)':r you C werel (nut'on on i: ') ..:1: thy h oi--t on 01 ty s)xt w ,cIji ix th-'vo- 1: pers.-'i'' 'h Foi` " a I vii h. . - II., i v appteded, "For afresh young a large spoon, v;:h.''zI" dark cornr i iri s moo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

-I A-PinUL~O IT. 1 93: NG.N .EItipSLE1. ot sf uJpec.lating o ilth ta probabilities. Tfrrry question td Charles ,says he *aJy, "pave Tex 1. - , I 1 bhould be here in d of his stave factory, : the Samuer and our a ikrlug the seesom? people tnow that there is ia Shreveport which II Sbusiness of nearI:y c s6o soona~ es*iir a ssen bA Kthe Mwa Discontinue Train.. Shreveport, La., April 8, 1807. j ditot.---Comnmeficin April 9th 1897, the K. C. P. & G. BRy., will discontinue running, passenger trains number 101 and 102, arriving It'i a. nmnd departing at 4:10 p. mi. This is local passenger tau between Sbeveport and TexarkaSd . All other trains will ran as heretofore. Please notify the public through. your paper. Yours Truly, H. RANDAL, Agent. Valuable Property, We ofer for sale, at a moset reas onable -price, .the aplendid resi dence of Captain George L. White: on .Caddo street, between Spring and. Market streets. It contains five or six rooms, tbiki-ad under ground cisterns, servaat's ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

RAILROAD SCHEDULE. COTTON BnEr. aigseenger train No. 7 arrives at 10:20 dail. hreight jtrain No. 11 arrives at 4:40 p.m agsenger.train No. 8 departs at 4:80 eight train No. 12 departs at 0 a.ni. S'eight trains Nos. 11 and 12 run daily t Sunday betweenr Shreveport an d en and will carry passengers. TEXAS & PACIFIC. Leave o 51, west bound.............. 9:25 a.m - 2, east bound........... 6:09 O p.m iS, west bound.............10:17 p.m M,east bound............. 3:09 am UI7RG, SHREVEPOET & PACIFIC. for Vicksburg. ........... 8:25 a.m from Vickaburg......... 7:20 p.m SHREVEPORT & HOUSTON. Shreveport....... ....... 7:35 p.m at Houston ..............5:10 a.m y. Houston.............. 9:45 p.m at Shreveport... ...... 8:00 a.m &eeimonamodagtion Shreveport. ............8:00 &.mI at Shreveport........... 6:30 p.M ANSAS CITY, SHREVEPORT & GULF. t .~ail ad Express, ar.. .11:10 a.m'n sa ji id;ipllesess a~r.'.~.4:00 p.m C I= rMaiad'd Express, Iva. :..11:40 a.m &4-Mail ai...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

s0: r:. stl~·:.~O ed to ELSH MOUNTAIN SHEEP9 . ma Easlny Za..d .G »s N Inla asisemes. .We 413 is an English journal, The Pea Paper, a aut and de what seems to be one of the fr Sbreed of sheep to be ix FOrom the deeaription ec ' sotaon sheep we judge A be exceedingly proftable in id Sltates, especially among asse clas of farmers who are wtS thbeir livefstock. The Welsh prtuartIularly hardy and would weti an poor and rocky lands with , ig p*. Thbe English writer de Sthe sheep thus: g,'als ghey are small medium. It tabS a very good early lamb to +O pounds in October. Some I hsely were under 80 pounds. were very small and very late e great cause of the small uise epis in premnature breeding. t Spamena to see rams running !t t mpqbiur Ia aothigag i a n4daisoius to muliply )i IWO -hi =earoely any- e hiefre mountain range a akina e. He ols a great b Stwioe a ye, anid be .. at4as I 11 'I' moor, and eswo ave notasbls IWStdthis oi la dt and ; - Ac:L ^, a . .' ,. Vt4~` l·urloc:. '5rii% p1 may ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

A PAYING INSTITUTION.-There N E is no better institution, for the pub lic good-in a business way-than N Et the Shreveport Mutual Buliding Assocoation. It offers splendid We ar inducements to the borrower at a with. reasonable rate of interest, allows him to participate in all the profits, 30( and is always conservative consist ent with prudent business meth- We ods, in dealing with borrowers: in anc this being, as its name implies, a owing mutual concern. . wash And to the investor, this offers unab] an exceptional field. Paradoxical as it may appear, the manner of of conducting business by this As- we n, sociation, or more properly speak- of se ing, its method of operation is such, Musi that it proves a beneficial enter prise to both investor and borrower. FO In to-days The Progress will be Ce found a notice addressed by the Wi secretary, to the stock-holders of oloar series B, notifying them that their stock will mature on May 1st, and we v that they will be paid the face val- Sho...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

AY~ FOJUARS ( . B. TALMAGGE CALLS THE NA pN 'flON TO IT5 KNEES. ' v . Per Ist Aoorjosriý--BM Pies "51 _ Nor~ii Tb. na~ A~thwMV-3i V~igg 1 April 11.--'Tis dleqir° ds - Talaago, dellvwed befored a SOT d .,goo.+ forth from tiemp -t, s ºtie itskne."orb , Icz~~b~~rii f6;,al~iI'U t Isrimgo e~r "E 4e mml- O 1 or Aeuhm to h fresa 9 W ;bemiralfleed. His test H., 1, "I exhoit, therefore, of atll 5pplimtolons pryrs n nd . gof than be Made ji l a b be o she ,s p ewe diehe msble ap ast the nao a~ .iet remp . bdtIe utid p live anywhere' Gli beiwins h PiS.ls 06BU If a insbtor, the ouse opt ms nms a *5. :3 ii`er ! of w~~ bsfrr !eim, . .off s S tA~ld ' rr lii t I ir . t s, a tho* d It ~:"Jthe are men uas4ya 7uM w l ru-u w *""eu v the sommittee -of maleders while there U arn thoso who are glad to 1e put on the el haittee o..alotloums. After you have a prayed, in the wordls a( my text, for all iU jpataein authority, you will ay, "Breth- I ea, gentlemaen, Mr. Chairman, exocuso me f froinserving on the ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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