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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

rLuIlno lfJuiioton of tlC n '::t anu praiy wnemn for all that tro in authority i1 that so very vate ii: much of our ow n pro.perlry and happi- Almig nessare involved in their doings. A selfish liberty reason, you say. Ys, but a righteous unite selfishness like that which leads you to this do take care of your own health and preserve domes your own life. Prosperous government tablati means a prosperous people. Damaged gov- endure ernment means a damaged people. We all of An go up together or we all go down together. of star When we pray for our rulers, we pray for ourselves, for our homes, for the easier Tha gaining of a livelihood, for better prospects the Ia fr our children, for the hurling of these ion o hard times so far down the embankment nerst they can never climb up again. Do not Yet 1 look at anything that pertains to public trst 1 interest as having no relation to yourself. ment We are touohed by all the events in our again national history, by the signing of the the sla co...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

d=: Matthew's A an f 1 Episcopal Chureh. Loisana.l Coddo. wn that this day before me, ek, a Notary Public in and -for Parish and state, duly commis and qualified, personally came ppearedthe several persons whose are hereunto subscribed, who do that they do hereby form them ,nto a corporation, to acquire and. lthe rights, privileges and powers oycbrpdarate under thd prdvIs[ s t of the Legislature of Louisiana, Marc hý 14th, 186, entitled "An hae Orgaunlsahon of Corporations - SeiatnIc, Religious and `9purposes," and all other laws State applicable thereto. ARTIZOLN od. ef this corporation shall be: ,AMTRw's A2XroAx MaurnTors HL Cnunocx, of Shreveport, Louis , AWMRCIL7 TWO. bjeots of this corporation are to dad hold lands, houses and other , for the use and enjoyment of of the Saint Matthew'sl t Episcopal Chrunch, who ` ra"may hereafter hold their tnin-s4 church, at Shreve- e gespecilly intended to se- A ` irhumembers a house in Sworshi the Almighty #eaeof the pulpit to the sd pre d 5...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

SPARK VIEW Is the name of the beautiful suburb where has just been placed upon the DI Is the name moderate means, 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 It is a wed estabisty fandt who can't 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 interest of te city, and with the natural advan-ot ". ·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 ever stop to think what we have to back up our city? If not, do so right now. After so doing I am satis...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 17 April 1897

ti TOLETTER. b `orrespondence. C `#.1presentative Jerry Simpson I .,4not succeed in making Speak Reed appoint the House Com- I ittees so that general legislation 4 proceed on the tariff bill, by his continued protests he ' ored out the annoincmen.t from. #presentatie DaiAly, the 'flour et 6 tthe et blics, that in I x.sthe .committees, I ftollownggapro- 1I M by phim and his I ' dears, and a virtual in- I eat of that program from sentative Bailey, the Demo- I floor leader, who said that I ý'? emocrats preferred no legisla on. the part of the Republicans .ad legislation which they could 1 Spl*nt if the Republicans ° ,to put it through. These I u1 resulted in clearsing the 1 'vr y muipch, a far as 1 ,Gsa -enerat Gary t0will be no th post does not ex mi flo matter how 2 has been held by npt In cases where t patrons of the . Mr, Gary W a i er of Repre fir. fir,,o ~aedibitea unless the Carnegie and Bethle hem companies recede from their present position, or can persuade Congress to raise t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

The Progress. L to SnwREVPOmr, LA., -- ArILan. , lw. E The printer overlooked the b change in the date of this issue on page 1, until after* part of them had gone through the press. The date, however, does not keep the news from being fresh and spicy. DRIFTING NeWSLETS. b The straw hats are with us again. t It seems that the demand for white tenments continue without 1 pause or diminution, as new Jones just completed, those with frames up, and those just starting are still observable on all sides. There is still a subdued silence about street paving! Our people haven't time to talk overflows, but they will discuns base ball with you, Unexpected marriages are al ways interesting. We had one this week. Go to the Excelsior Grodery for your family supplies. The Mr. Pickett for something nice gad toothesome'for to-morrow's dinner. The Home Charitable Associa tion is making a grand effort to raise funds for the Genevieve Or phanage. kh ! these noble wo men. Mr. W. P. Leary is pushing 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. — 24 April 1897

~TeProgress. ;%tbUahed ver= Umtarday. :~WKts - ptr In the Postoflo. at Shrevoert as 8tLlll d-a~ses Yaii M iter. Xtum 8LlsrdL btwnaes Mar hat aad pjwbg etr.u C . -. - ýIr~ ?Jm. - 107 1 f - 'r sya ,.a yri) ' ' z r t ttt r s AS.c~ a T +.t^^+" ý"ý"r:' * ý t lý "n I· » ý `L Y'e r 3 .'ý Our Watlo is anxioualy wasiag to see what McKinley will do for business. The Progress will keep contend inlg fo a Ihier gad m.re exalted ctc tienship for Loulsian, if it never sees it. We have no patience with the man who is always willing to do a good act, but is constantly ob Jeotlug to all proposed methods to accomplish it It is said that the Con~fderate General, Mosby will suoced Gen eral Lee, at- Havana. Will he prove as much an Americail Yes, we gaeasa, he is lirave ;enough. The Pr Us its hat to Bro. MaUk., of Abe AssepVUon Pioneer, foý pim an aatoid from Uiai paper. antdi rediUng it to '!Rx," that abea pwhsanag. whom The Psgen mvar mAows to uufbd 1ntepose lTb ,otma s s;it~o~ kP pie .warif ug tie bar...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

The Children. for 1 Waitter for The Progress. Cusi What a sound of laughter, met As the children play not On the grassy pavement, hal At the close of day; Little feet go tripping Over cross the way' Other feet come dancing roo To join the charmed array, wh4 How lovely are these human flowers the That beautify this world of ours. Now Jennie has a secret, And Rose must come aside, Now Alice is the "counter" it,. In the game "I spied," A hurried consultation, And a scampering of feet, And all the little white-roled forms, Go flitting down the street; tw It seems that all the world is gay g When children play at close of day. fa The grass is damp with dew, And a fragrance fills the air, And the little white-robed children, As they scamper here and there, With the moonlight on their faces gi And the starlight in their eyes, ei Look not unlike those cherubs, th Said to dwell beyond the skies, While far above, God's angel Son, Are watching o'er His little ones. And the darling little babie...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

..Gbampion Sale. . . Aale that will add f ae - . to our Fame and Ag ... itate others. TWe begin our Second 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 Necesaities and the Luxuries with 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 olear 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 'i .e York houses or any "others" to meet them. Our prices are acm anvil that have worn.out many hsmmers. In slk for dresses and skirts, was M- o Isambiq lik and wool ae , light I SILg SALE h.2. Champon - d ......s.kirts ... 1.88. - bo ol, in soldfand mixed, was 8.c... ýi9e ýw;a~" . ' th'rmfe looms, latest designs...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

Miss Gore was visiting Shreveport this cc winter-from-Paris, Mo., as the guest of gi Miss Lina Jacobs, and during her stay has b made hosts of friends. Miss Gore is so known to possess as sweet a voice in sing- di ing as in conversation, and has lent her in talent to charitable affairs of the past ne winter. Mr. La Cossitt is a resident of our city se and possesses a number of staunch friends, who wish him all the happiness possible cl during his married life. Mr. and Mrs. La Cossitt left Tuesday afternoon for the time honored and con ventional wedding journey-will return to the city in a short while, where they E will be warmly welcomed, it ..9 Prof. Weissner's complimentary dance last Monday night to a number of his C friends, was a highly enjoyable affair--a V number of dances were danced, then the J. affair terminated with a german, Bid si Florshelm, Will Ford and Henry Cahn, t leading some of the figures. Little Miss Reubie Gray Austin delight ed us with her graceful dancing, i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

sk;. ', ^ ,e a m d unot mays the .isome of the folks are corn-. abou :the dust pn paved bu iey say its hoirible. o' t on. H. H Youree is one Sasa~n the- 4dneil. h . 1 o it o unrPCoice onif i ?an. S t dCusty season is a e or hore-abouts, She ta of town council, if it o to do any, thing tokeep of - ·tast nuisan son Texas brl .u Mayor shouild put that Br " ti nuisance on the rook : aptarn Nelson. should tf otown. ,m v ore Lev is one of muA na st-olassect g' insodoes the sl vrpai*e will be , WI A . l* 4F 4,~.,12~. 1.: That the questione# water "melon begins to command the attention of more than the "oullud fokes.,' That our post-office lost a most efficient man when Mr. Roland Williamson quit. All will realize that he is gone, too. 'That She believes "them gold bugs" are responsible for this over flow. Valuable Property, . , We offer for sale, at a most reas onable price, - the splendid resi dence of Captain George L. White: oit Caddo street, between Spring and Market streets. It cont...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

RAILROAD SCHEDULE. COTTON BELT. passenger train No. 7 arrives at 10:20 a.m. daily. . righ 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. Fredight trains Nos. 11 and 12 run dailyd except Sunday, between Shreveport and Camden and wfl1 carry passengers. TEXAS & PACIFIC. Leave No. 51, west bound....... ... 9:25 a.m No. 52, east bound.............. 6:09 p.m No. 53, west bbund..............10:17 p.m No. 54, east bound............. 3:09 a.m VICESBUEG, SHREVEPORT & PACIFIC. Leaves for Vicksburg............ 8:25 a.m Arrives from Vfcksburg......... 7:20 p.m SHREVEPORT & HOUSTON. Leaves Shreveport............... 7:35 p.m Arrives at Houston .............. 5:10 a.m Leaves Houston............9:45 p.m Arrives at Shreveport......... . 8:00 a.m D Accommodation-. Leaves Shreveport. ........... 8:00 a.m Arrives at Shreveport.......... 6:30 p.m KANSAS CITY, SHREVEPORT & GULF. North- OF No. --Mail and Express, ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

ws.ý k r ,Af^ -DOGS. Aa afe"WbQ 00.0 fwb At,. . ý mis y 3.a m" oem-m dogubmwufprm thusseeimetasita to am 3mgeg citism 4 oe e * farmeer anl' rP~b~i beau ihs ,sow '-i- k s to t ab awe of pdtwll e it ,alwus be `m1r s1..ps m k l~rbssdathe ShSPs 1b arrr~lr~ rtpastaw~Was b ".,.b RIP = *. bum SB, Tiý; d. I WOW . ' I 4` p zsb. 21 Ir'' 1 -ca'CI1 wct~i ii: Ill ;I~ afr. r r anmd  e I..ei th a dl raison vM weight to enable the good it Il aes to win as well as tbhe good big asmes. igares a 3adly be quoted, as they se ewe ar i Heme however, are thsofw ceo the best large polat me ever known: Length at head, 10 inches; girth of mre, 10 inches; heiht at bomies; s incbes girth a. - `hew 0 inthes; girt t i oln, at s; ilirth o hkall, 18 iazbes; girth Sa iomarie, % neakse S ada mo the pbsen oa the huge and 7 bnh e Great Maee: Ti se drg ishA really to be modeled . Im am greyound Ie, or barl way h bHawe tahat and the mastit, showing s  aegh, wit a aem aae Hnaoa ent far SahLead t any hler large dog. H...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

summer, the nrs uner etnug samL, ai  u .. sold in the early autumn or winter. Young pigs may be fed when 2 weeks old, or even before then. The easiest way is to make an opening in the pen or divide off a part of it into which the pigs can go, but not the sow, and give them a little fresh cow's milk in a shal low pan, which they will soon learn to drink, or they may be held to the milk until they begin to drink it. It is not advisable to give any solid food until they are 4 weeks old, when some oat meal softened in boiling water may be added to the milk. When they are eat ing well, feed this mixture along with skimmilk at first sweet, but in a time it may be used sour-viz, one part of corn, oats and buckwheat each, finely ground. This may be fed four times a day in such quantities as will be eaten clean and the pan licked clean. Food should never be given to a young pig in such quantity as to be left uneaten, as the young animals will be more easily and worse stunted by overfee...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

MITA'KnE. NE BY THE RIFLED SARcOPHAGUS. Aak. ilh4LY Ps tr .sthe Womidag of garth--Grlortm 1lTought Isa 1usd bJ *. 3umotlea of Cwrst. 1ý AS r, April 3l&-Tbus sarn at .Vanwe will set ir absdm ito bink f6Qasf Wrii and sib n:i~ · iza =a-rr c dOW 11r~·apr SM ti ake tfide - 1lp than evor. iii' 3oni,'6, "U3be, supposing ' r r ·~For 44900iiid-;;lrr a.$iQa~ZQpant bad been .j~~d agging them into his $e bad a passion for human 4m 40 enaturies he had begn un ia hu work. He had taken down its .qumeens and oaque rrs and ~tshtt n~iaa uIn that *ao e -laba r va ia k ulls, and. id m" an aItmwot4hIsuls. and oeve the a t the aiv iswsain I adeof Mteaoho W tieb ukesbdx of Abel he bad 6**b11 o m of .1 the age, and no ~bu6 Mu rigt sW one Good 1.Pms rwsgo, a.nan w as d' aI w.,~ * two " Atirs. & ab~~ QUl~ itr igr~~rlattai Eaiil~~~1~~· c~r~abl~ e4a i'T ~~-: · r7:;4 *1ayI of gol san witn robe uamoncea, thas wouldthave sened to be especial sympa thy for the aflucat; If Christ had appear ed with soldier'...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

uLr1a, aute yye- ut MiI. uIUp u ruuw U to a ound and robust she supposed him to be becam the gardener. of Ji Ah, all the side aches, and the headaches, of th and the back aches, and the leg aches, and good the heart aches we will leave where Christ stick left his. The ear will come up without its heaviness, the eye will come up without up a its dimness, the lungs will come up with out oppressed respiration. Oh, what races aim, we will run when we become immortal thing athletesl Oh, what oircuits we will take reac when, an earthly imperfections subtracted paper and all celestial velocities added, we shall they set up our residence in that city which, there though vaster than all the cities of this world, shall never have one obsequy for ti Standing this morning round the shat- i J, tered masonry of our Lord's tomb I point he to you to a world without hearse, without good muffed drum, without tumulus, without and satafalque and without a tear. Amid all in lh the cathedrals of the bles...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

s ºý3i·ilwp t b~ras two d be a 1, J1Mdk 11T 6WmijrJP 0", &a ad fLI i l9ýrrii ari 06% d r aW~e i ro arr ah awe a it * moraml pomm" mir d. .ems aýCiý. , c - ---ra l~tir -L L-~ i~mlb -s wd - _rl r _ I; - lj t iiii - ii -v .ir s . t7 ý p  iilFII +* 4.' I~ 3ri-IHI·J "" ýa i as sir -` Lis `$ - I sim SAi x + i - R b --- CIcr1 i * * e1 Is pI v- lb IIeds""i~rcy lr~ai --ie -. w w/R i-- H-e-ir I ';ý ar. .>a ttiCllr mu lair r I~ar lb ir < it i rr 4r- -- - a IIMº+ti~riir A - : 4 4~ - , Make No Mistake, Wlt SE TIHAT YOUR TUC3MET READS •I --VIA THROUIGH YIKKTS To Points Solid Vestimle Trains FastTime cCkms ConnecoNsa Through Sleepers. Far n s ...-.con eior Age, ir auiremi: W.. U m-a~(I-sr, T. F- A. H. L GA Tr,, acr. . a. SL Ia. . A. new oM.., Is. Mechanics Exchange. W. T. SLATO., JusTICE OF THE PEACE i Somee a Lm" C k .rt 1)I Q. M. BURTCH & CO., -m .rfICoGmmission rethWan~ts , EII~Unr~Y~Es, EWEPO", LA--,~La We Want Your Trade. us psers-Vey Chkke, E~p. Bnum , L~ve oC~s co a1 ainds...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

*m PARK VIEW * 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 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, . . . ...I id ever 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 the town ove...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

JOPULJ . PRIeE TAIlORS made to order $ and up Sma to order and up : ,, guarantee perfect satisfaction. .,All work made in Shreveport. ~ Our Mr. M. K. Clark will be pleased to call on yo M TEXAS STREET, - OPP. COURT HOUSE. Y4 T TORE! MY#OBB Y.: asppcrs yoU send see "ART STORE..' ii: :j do :mn ou or accotnk We want the chokce vegetables in the many early 4k ,s .bWas &ap Deans, Gtreen Peais, S elery, Spinach, ec. We have Se at' pritces never before a ~my Jer y b M for as cents pe rZ 06., hmitd nRe h Door and an' Pickets. e,'ýf'a '.:i"_i;.-.TM"-. ... ,.Y : wwý.ý;_...-V 4:" }. '" . N ture. -4ec ý ` _ vaa-~ ft 3$. tb fZ1 :4 THE NEW . W henYou want any thing to o 'Alurrminum Bell " with a wheel just keep us in mind. We have ) everything for Push the button and clear the way Acme Spring Ventilated .Zicpycle Srrp Last forever. THE NEWEST As for WIHEELS, we are agents for 6*P*MPS, coitumsan. BELLS, $roo. oo 00.to ! l te.. SADDLES, 6YCsOJVIETERS, f o WIEJENC ES, C t UMPS , (0 TOURISTS'...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

The Proy ess. Volume 6--No. 16. SHREVEPORT, LA., April-Y 1897. Price 5 Cent: WA SHIN GTON LETTER tim' Ipec.Correspondenoe. cas the House is to continue its eve sent programme, as seems reas- tint ly certain, it may be a little the; for that body to respond mb president McKinley's special the * asking that the necessary ridi pion for the ;oflicial partici- mi ofthe U. S. Government in to c Porld's Exposition to be held kid ;rcs in 1900, be put through an -s. It could, of course, be mo by "unanimous consent," but Ho t as the matter is, there for - be.objectors in the House, ani because they might object to ho legislation itself, but because miigh~t- et ,to that method .e g it. The method that -be most probably ;be adopted W to report a special rule from th :Committee on rules. just as th i Ieklendo the atou smes t o  er prorietion4 bis.. m ye. pErggard this al ger b wof the most importat that m oone before this session of bi s, and one that should be l disposed of, -as the time it ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 24 April 1897

4i F 1 ± l and sorrow ý o@Urt of Canary where ddlom of Divine love -s Is glumn. As we behld Jesse, rlo, esudeed, and in all HIs psin WNWm, Ilelooks downai tHe hoi obtinr rde h hv bawhd~ed Aing, and with eaikblais love $e' ýlatiy forgive them for theylcnow ,far , Cbdst the son of God oimur lsAo em.: whosoever on Hn 4motn perish, but ill .WI M no eye its V -. was n s -m to 1CopEd peweedlll dtspiasad; ear ~as ing 4S~ib imig, 80, for 1rs fs, He dim fo ae d ose the trsl 4 I r 'raaMrtpfortirit o .I tteri if in this .Ills only we I in CbrEI b w . all sn-, ~ -nr ' .. ' it b W be no risen ~I~euL, rs. o In yer hIo iuum th e s he.tm a ve WSlwbuthbt~rirr , s tin al bt. ,ii: for we ,s e hmnwel eos;r s amb sfis7, U p hiso.a dirt~~ ° "'~ r U 4 Lgbgs~m k l~! ~Mm~ ~ rcroe~t I,.I W question as to our population and I I said then 5,000- Think of the , position this puts mein." .'That's 2 sgh, " said Captain Jim, "next i- Sunday this must be corrected sand baes tuith must be told. We can not help it if...

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