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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

, tae ocrCW 0care c your DarutZ. i igme of you die, if your friends put be yr tomnbstcne a truthful epitaph, it al "hIere lies the victim of late sup f it will be, "Bebold what lobster at midnight will do for a man;" or be, "Ten cigais a day closed my i' eaztence;" ait will be, "Thought eli do at 70 what I did at 2O, I g here;" or it will be, "Here is of sitting a balf day with t;" or it will be, "This is where I a-and my harvest of wild oate;" or a words the smeouetter wil chisel j aph ron the tombstone two fig a dart and a liver. sa kind of siknesm that is been when it comes from overwork for a one's country, or one's own fam. I have seen wounds that were glo I bave seen an empty sleeve that ' r se beautifal than the most muscu I have seen a green shade e eye, shot out in baie, that was bentiful than any two eyes that without injury. I have seen a neeary worn out with the ma o African jungles, who looked to me b agtea th an a rulabuidt gymnast. I tJ a mano after six weeks' watch- ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

a·.. .;*:: Eý -- CoURE FOR BLOAT. :: wars y U i aIimd t1 AWM4 1W5W1 &ith bloat wil ,I hav learned `>i< it m M 4 sý~q a mi free ar ;,,, iiiiletie o c oves ~t~amu~arlalwhethrer " -s thm ta a eter C toMe i.Syithe Pa u.` wlgars 7 firer pr ivi - oawwros to s f hrt of pm - $.... .. mm mikO.t -amne ws em ap JI ta y usltu epdr i . S Ufa. The laid wee thm u ý,:a~*i~~l~a~k ý _ ar a spd pI l&ft 1 bst me of the BNd I . the bodm" .. er,. ned - ma U - ismdw f4 ~ -t, ' h tu , wilkreie f dekblbw Sll" -. , e th~iey +turn '; I wued thema ' "1°u' kau to im. Ip . - ,b we st to - mrri u.. y .~i·Qo'bir -pIs ~ - th· t·4pml~~rn-L weames gve is rm eine ro swo quar. ox i oats a day, mixed with oilmeal at the rati of half a pint of "aimeal to a quart of oats. The young animals should be .i814 1om5tantay Ra the Janture. Good large draft horses sel for rsh *300 to O0 a pair. It comb $6 Ler bead for raight to usp aroma or aarwes on uzicago to New York. The total cost of a car lad n transit between ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

guwinum. t .aey mane leas trostuble, W are les ervous and fatten more easily. p n i asherwit thes be done when they & re s with the barn just budding v l u zp an t amtg., r Is. asi and done' there iiW rws Wchickh will take the place at just plain old tfashioned corn - Indian carn. It is cheaper to grow, pro daces larger crops and contains more atiriment to the acre than any other S plant Beidies that, it is America's own uative stand by. But it must be fed sloag with other and more nitrogenous products in order to get sufficient size, bane and muscle in an animal THE HORSE'S FOOT. Sa it Aone-o not Doetaor, Pwre or Pad It Mach. The proper time to begin the practice of farrery is when the foals are young. Attend to their feet early and often. The writers,ha found them cripples at 14 days of age. Look at them carefully mean after they are foaled and continue c c ae, If you would have sound, 'sevinepahe brses, at short intervals,. aid at * ly ti ar er .on the nrace of q este. to tea...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 22 May 1897

.b - `,, - aý' - ý. - WE eiiT43 ?OPutl Pq*Is PIIeET~ssoR made to order $(. J and up Smn ape to order * .00 and up rantee perfet satisfaction. AL work made in Shreveport. ScaR "Our r. .l K. ark w be paseed to fal yes ·:. &lmA8ere 8K ~ rr, VoWZT ~oria yw iat~le sme cptym PmPtrait, frame·~·CO . Iesesr , -.tam .K. :.. M ..,-- _-- t----5---- "~ w~x - - oTf.ý 4, k A&A -7 1 ~~S rb *.c ·5; · ~ `'Ell ". " 1 17, · ýr a X ~ns~~:~ C·;' ~:·t;-' .?e ~-v··:-'. I. ..i~p·~' ·h. ~i:;·L16 t.~ :~x~li Honest Price, $8o.oo:. Ouu ~LB o uwrS. COMPLEm ET R SHOPS. - -TO WHAT WE x Do M arx SHOPS : f -4 Wilbut toordhe. AICU 73,0 Frames rebuilt. Welsbn Rsted. Late w of l descriyuio. All ice~s of cones, aide CUPS, c, Riig School made to order. 1 R beat ri htrice s Re-en ameling, aln colors. i*w iu a or rite Iw x taingu twt e cty SThE .LOUISIANA eYC6E CO., Limited. usB xnIax SBERT.s X.usr Xa rmrnwPrpm Furniture, Mtttresses Window Shad es WALL PA d C. Wcsg ite of II ., b ol.d Nuaiaie in tLe SAe us~ide l Ne...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

he Progress. I - e&--SJ. 22. SIREVEPORT, LA., May 29, 1897. hic S I 20lTSImG EDITORS& shre Are Sppe, e. Their 'Way, And Are that Serid by Shreveort. r154 Last week it was whispered the r- - . our elty that an excursion of pes nspspe folks, both ladies and mp from Southwest Mis Swere on their way to Port . This reportwas verifed l SadaoY morning when the Tun"s amnuned that a f the Shreveport board ' wold be held that morn - jar the cismens to take hold of b sad take steps to- mit  ema° thea tourists. t wl it our people when wO' ima portunc to Shreve son the tapis, our progress i met-- -those. not pres 'b iorr al~g q ald that was gr Srit was son seen that e r.etof . w smment was in at haiaeg the good pilgrims P ~: sU - t shaow them that was not only on the City Pitaburg and Gulf ,hb t it i was the mwot i,,r ahig the route, or the Sorsof the board aJob the loca press eist tadeehing existsb be . eu - a e t h6 e a r e 1* oaf hans of teaUb nre s o otr !aLyr a the Sihaesieport pa...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

- Wieae gladthat you came a .IIgrieve atour departure. b & a iewen Iisight@ " I trip, l erettifffome and a ~; turns to Shreveport. tl tie conclusion of this, Mr. i( Sbwles editor of the Ad -Greeaville, -the retiring Ed t of the Southwest Miss h ' e*Assiats n and lair- ft ` p. .i hir iy made nm ~,~ ' `'raharks which ei cii atted by the R 1e said he was not much o= f ibt his party had one trI " who was; he then intro- di 'ffTlBarbee, of the Ash mau eawelth. But a fw to .. *r eui nten spoke, lay es~:bl knew that Mr. ge tn ige4dlii no idle Blat- an Mr. Barbee was ids Hi ls: eperfie t. on pand Toa the I! !+M `',1:3 ..- ; . , " _ oame solicitors wero at work they were rture. hailed on the Stret by Mr. E. B. 'i~u, Rand (M. flrst:-ee-president w g" believe) who enjd4 ed a them to 4 ill a zpaeniber that the rii.s gPCerzing randi adfiiittaneej wctald.; 4e e dced: that, personally, 'he had no object- 4 Mr. ions, but it was the law. Ad- This iton-clad law will, of course Iring .close th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

F:The Progress. SU R VaVPORT, LA. - - MAY 29, 1697. ALSTON'S LIQUOR. ORDINANCE.fa SAt the adjourned meeting of the for -City Council, Mr. Alston introduc- the :ed an ordinance forbidding, as poi -we understand it, the sale of liquor wh .on Sunday. If this ordinance em- in :braced nothing in its prohibitory mandates but the sale of liquors, The Progress thinks it a bad law. fin It must not be lost sight of that pul y:=. the State statute has nothing of dog Y7 the moral or religious sentiment as :in its provisions, but was proposed ma x5: as a police regulation, and.as such S-" the city must likewise consider it, ` if public opinion is expected to in- bli dorse it. Before the law the ven , dor of liquors stands in the same h i attitude as the grocery and dry goods merchants All pay a tax and license on stock and to carry tri on business. All stand on the su same legal platform, all have the pl ii-same position in the courts. Therefore why attempt to discrim inate with a police regulat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

k. j- r ".. ., 4 _ ,-s= Fýý71.1U b7. .D.RS& S. T. AsoT. ;1.p.NKow. *i4o 4.Ith mi *. HQb r ~~c~~ ~·5 SI"c i-. 3 'ýfs"r4 ,S~ Y A E mentlo ,,p ?fr` ý 4 - ;k. ,:-e ·cm- · 47 1"-. w-csa. 3&bi···: . >.) ; 1*- ;~i civs4 he paper -giatutous slac tits t h saned a . e tb* t; he did act. want it, the -Homer Clipper says Smust be an .ceptionaly staupi p ts ba v9re.4 mlselfr im r posed upon for 8 months without - saying anything about it.-Bien 1 vfile Belln. SThe woods of Loislana are full o, th Id. ud of .cattle, brethren! butthese are not half as bad as rthat ,wpley stock which gets the Spost-paster to notify the manage.. -ment the paper ,.2emains dead in ibOoe.;e, !y n, refused." .Ai rtw :s of workmeu have be > ." u. (".unel throughi S. It will take .seven Sb. -the work ad. , . The mt"e : h h5is wRle be subaiid ;,.:i. tiu p totail- length--f .what is all that for? Wy .e Ii iatari scare re It' l) eidoort was chased S tSiiarfies, edth lamnesedh evr.iaen .{P; children.ha+ to =fp...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

* -of the House Printing ,they had to their credit dred, and seventy-five em respectfully in the Govern- Jo, printing office. A great L of those employes are still o enjoying whatever protec- the Sthere may be in Mr. Cleve- C m : extensions of the civil ser ales, against which such a o being made by republicans. at so apoliticians are much inter- ' in the successor of the late wi ~r Earle, of S. C., who died ev reek. The legislature of the at 9 will not meet until next Ept ,so the naming of the day who will serve until that ,belongs to Gov. Ellerbe, who s, if credited with senatorial Pre ons. It is thought that r tr Tillman would like very Md to have his friend, Ex-Gov- o Evans appointed to the va- A , but, according to South e ans in Washington, Gov. by is not on sufficiently good with Mr. Tillman to care Tz obliging him. tnt Secretary Roosevelt, 9 parently given up the habit Lii n6 official dynamite 7:1 'in his pocket. He has in the complaint4 made the management of two re .,Yards...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

____ Re year ago we began to move into our present quarters. On SM.lAay 4h, 186-oneear ago-we emerged from an over iiII. ~ 1crowded littie store.of 300 nua~e feet to this "Great Modern W W Establishment" containing 000 square feet of selling sace One year ago we rose above all competition and resolved to be a "'light that would illuminate all Shreveport," and we have done so.-One year ago we began to inject into our business .nV thns that were Innovations and pushed them with so much ener - ,gy that their success was certain.- e stand to-day as a record of achievement in which both the pubilic and ourselves have benefited. "~ -`.-~ d~ - , ,. ,aspiring to rise to a hiagner ylane of perfection as a Public Instrument: an es i, ..-e V.,pm IV -ii ei tan t tm hm e trvoingmu bllic sy is "ten years ahead of the times," but that "as thrifty a place as Shreveport deserves such a store as Bigarts." S :- Will Celebrate This Sale by Quoting These Extraordinary Bargains' S .8ilk Waist Commemn...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

SLeaders In. Our Line-. =be 18icgcle Cea0on- . . .. . . Is at its Height! Demands for HigH Grade wheels is greater than the Sup ply, We have the SeoLUJMBIp, Uhere i rno compoMeton. .: FOWLEFI, ri EJIIJfJTON, This line of wuheels eomprises JUNTER., of all the M METEOR, 3e' "I~b][, 'e'h Interested oome and see us. We sell Bicycle Sundries 25 per cent. Less than any place in theolty. Texa214 . HUTCHINSON & HAERTEELERs eet - _. HA T .-. ,.* - S ittle MissrPenelope 3. Moreland, who tib for some time past has brought sunshine cei to-the Ward family by her sweet presence, will shortly return to her parents at Fort Worth, Tex., and will indeed be missed by the entire household. «. da Meadames. Anna Elstner and A. J. Mc- to i Dowell, are at Lake Charles enjoying a i visit to the family of Mr. Joe Elstner. lo Miss Julia Rogers has recovered from is Squite severe llngss, she is at Fairmount, v ,---.n CMrs O. S. Neilson is visiting relatives at b R aton, La. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pope hav...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

Win; ý ý` ý` "ýý`ý* aý ý ýIný ý e ý . 4md a "so n{' .... - ' +- . , ___ h em W ag-k -~ '4a~,rO i 4gaf: - 4 -]YI]~~Lt . ii~~.' ~~,'44 mai~~ i - er easmday wanss *s enmil tsG 'W.s a r i c ta e MW l ndO 3 'e aboso at bsarby ane t. -   bean SW 4 aavstd ýýealraid Maal aSwo at a. s mu.trmenes a. vo ealium.t '` srd g c cnnot ski I. 10 p~uNIP 9mm~ ,a $ is *btat ale. ameh s f for e` hod, aid as a .Oe- b ms *6 am ..... dams bes a. lm as. _ ea Srms.. ai a the YEaure~a wic lseeat to Mn a saees aomeag asr ateeses ase me isame givvenºi ~8ti b~luil&sr andee todr s Mae as Ma dem Iwoee d P~ g sae they m~ea tr taims.. 0Is athis tahe maseet ofa e nbe. . mee Bey and +e 31bYL mvire As~ - 'rt e e" ofm t Tb. 1 are 1 a sweens insst bsei stea sof I$ .. Sde - op *$ he !e s at Is b d our _ g moneems ea'' is :; ane r _"-e r neul - ' -Ilk 0-mu-I ' a `ý: lariý uisclL bsl ..,dd j . e . e r Y· ~Th· J amI *me at dleinames W. v -·· ; E3"~~s ~ ~ i '-~ ~'' "i- a.~J A' ' Ch laew b bath as a Wainge for __ lbs.. alrs...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

IINOG OF CHRIST. UTTER ANCES OF A MAN IN 2 NEW YORK. I passachmy Will Be Our X A" Prres Wo-d ell Not End-Bast Wll BDe a Weodermal Change. tae WBls House, New York city, psmmobiag now a man who speaks Sydidaom and whose name is y. ianean. The subject of his ] the end at the world, and, unlike e . his adienmos aosists of a imnei ota both the fatthful and the ao the best rases in the city. ucaied to tm because of his and the convincing truths of s oes. These are of the gya "can't get away from," madn w mk srse not quite so con- 3 Bs aluan to go from one city i-imra wi"ut lmo-e and -e o re wante to point out to saeofet an the prophedes,3 aof uiMthemiimemieem would ta~nIm o Yf, Le does not take up t Ae....ýie aemegms Dr. Kin aW I'em teach the end of the *anie "__T .nait emaiyumes people t eeaz h the mond t the age. Aft w as be tkesma a this cono amieasprdteato another, it we are -W abeaur, we sall be kill leamnlar sti 3s nowlose athba. m sa, a ieq few, it any, authl mh am , Panator se...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

D1rIES OF GENERAL MILES IN THE CIVIL WAR. Aatr awbeu-,ap sffe nm1es no Yarn aes Sam Cr omCoame - an s. .. I. by AcI.r.men Y Iksas mr.s Do....gh.s zw..Ja..m y3 Book rla+seswa L]rw . OY soutes ses I umiO Ia ~Iswu iwbi fr~d Mlwe rima a tau rre sromes..r asbe xef lbeamless young IlMews ise -e tabm tweatlet xespe dd he ad age, "Ol d msm or comaeIame yen tm for ar.",+ $u k t e a- me * b e a bimUthe tweatie yenA lawy Ja w~ I bome ng In Ia a ezjeds thns blt a m 'b Wnwrmy be m-5 1m ' Ia do m. an asa on e ems. Sa ta rn MS aO. hm Mas acount ath aWy" thI e issgepea . h _e. 3c of beadl; +oh~er a u ' ým as atar thn ay ems~ rzb8a asure sean wm r bythes a ttes the a; - la Wi s caaompan 4d temd". "UnPS k a tfea e~ea a a.. .. aa ..s !t -' ý : ýe srrab # dk , Ia ~Z~De~p~pBf~r II :,ei44i ~w8, ~:Brrar tlldAb~ JJDI(~~~ eL.~6i~.bt -l~ l~aaaaaaa~~~~~~~rbiL ~I 4B .0 5~ ~: iiL1i~tio Pk4' i :iiilhrJL;b# 4. W-op pt- a -. miat L-- assessie seneoSi mnps of 00 Amsstr -e 1b as aas eagq seen awen Mea Ya·sao m GI at...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

riE WaTWA rSHED. borri8 Sommittee to investigate thea gre against City Engineer the N has made its report through ~Tumcie agreement was that ug in ahemld be done at a called meet gf the council, if the ardous (.) hae bo could be finished before the the pe rie of the next regular one-and who t Sost bespatering,deluging piece city <o eiwashing it was too. Their little exult cry to the pub- ad v lie reminded us very much of the Nod v whose father told him to SbewrPash a chicken coop in the rd. The boy threw several ando full over the coop and the = iiS the laid was streaming from thinei e beowed out to his father, inliti S-gi-de--,"ee, look here pap !Mr. tgood ag job I e done." was jsat a little better job than for t M nemitn ee did with Mr. Kane. sever charged or alleged that !wr. Kane was not a competent e- unde Who said he was not a arbitect? Who cared hr e was a good architect orcit I>^Why did not the committee have Kane gel letters showing that a eity br wa a splendid bl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

w rri~jc~ rr - . ~ a ,~ec.r."."-.-.'ý.* ` WlIk Woea' - A Dsaeunua4s I.-F s - Is wet oe mea - tlw B-L ug l~Al ~Cnlr~-~ll, 0.7brr lutsbOMIsg Y l n.. ~~bawas us. ~ibusb~~~i~ wawl tbqe "cd~uir p~g 3Ids lubasI· Is~ii tIrf inei .1; he'4~ itgibasid~epla ce Ii ~aist toýi his uas-` Swamong mena in his employ. He aysa, after Investigationt: "hoe beer - drinket L who made the feweet bricks made 659,000, and the abstainer who made the fewest bricks 746,000. The difference in behalf of the abstainer over the indulger 87,000."' Do When an army goes out to the battle, the soldier who has water or ooffee in his can t" ee marches easier and .ights better than the soldier who has whisky in his canteen. Drink .helps a man to fight when he has only one contestant, and that at the street .orner. But when be goes forth to main . fain some great battle for God and his ..- counry, he wants no drink about him. _h'Wh the Russians go to war a corporal l. pas along the line ad smellsthe breath Sotevery soldie...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

h:oliness. I think It WIIi be the absence of rum. Oh, "'Look not upon the wine when it Is red, when it naoveth itself aright in :he ue, for at the last it biteth like a ser pent and it stingeth like an adder." Whle I deolared some time ago that these ws a point beyond which a an eaoril at stop, I want to tell you that, w ble a an ennot stop in his own arnegth, the lard God by his grace can help him to atop at any time. I was in a Som In New York whee there were many 4me m we bed been recltaied from drunk m'.nea. I heard their testimony, and for e iedra time in my life hthere ashed out a truth I never understood. They said: *.~gWe re victims of strong drink. We tried to gie it up, but always failed. But ~fam se we pre our heart to be has taken ase at as." I believe last t time will soon come when the - of God will show its power not only ma ' oul,- but his body, and re Sset, p r i elate sand redeem it c ýA srae Ue.neyr. ... f rt believe that, although you feel Sat th roots of y...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

I : STEER FATTENING. erom a Geewous DIet at Corn as s J.inseed aree . Th:e stee shown hereWas oa, n t Sr lot .1 fattened by L. L Robofd antas. f oqt jeastern readears will be ini 6 t:' w so how the pollsh was afl J the steer a "sorub" abnotshow strong markings ^ 1l*r breed. It was, evi n}:4 . of Galloway, Short a'id `native." He says that the e do not take on tat as well red ones. The is steers were t the Kans.as City tockyards. t/ fa on the m a - at pr e 8it t;;; eto an z wer bu Areiish'ther aid 1c SLrIRU*. thn fat en. them }y "i'itbeet T n .. Wi ~~ 0te ~ lUs i#er4)osmM;. ~4 l~i~ ,greio~fi 4#2 -~~i~ - *ubihr~ ~ise-wu. Deizer Tor muua purioe.-tuuxla L ewi Yorker. Brreed or o Ineelgenco. When will we begin to breed the higher domestic animals with direct - reference to their mental faculties? We select with care for meat, milk, wool, labor and speed and let intelligence take care of itself, even among horses, to whose behavior we trust our lives daily. Man has religiously denied to...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

-.oclal Gleemings Continued. subjects for the different essays were chosen, and admirably well treated, `gabeing as follows: Louisiana, Mary Scott Finney; Poetry and Pa SMiss Mattie Scofield; Death bed waold (Declamation,) Joseph Kelly; Resolved, that the Rich boy de es more credit for winning success the Poor boy, Affirmative Miss Min Stephens, Negative Arthur A. Herold; hman, What of the Night? Miss Ce- On TLeonard; Nature's Carvings, Miss Reuic ne Walters; Hew to the Line, . iss rans e McCracken; Treasure Trove, Chas. June berg; Fads and Faddists, Miss Cotto Grote; Valedictory, Miss Adeline for t11 Where all acquitted themselves to N ,well, it seems almost impossible to par- sale but we cannot forego the pleas- retur of mentioning two of the young ladies, sale. especially attracted our fancy; Miss will who had so difficult a cause to d who, we doubt not against herw.n Tern t, plead that cause so beautifully, 27th. she almost convinced us, we had no :so much sould be argued in its...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 29 May 1897

i J OPULfJ*1 PRIJE TAIloOfIS is made to order $1 8.00 and up ats mape to order $4.OOZand up Wi guarantee perfect satisfaction. -work made in Shreveport. :Our Mr. M. K. Clark will be pleased to call on you -ii2ir ~3A8 jSTREET, - OPP. COURT HOUSE. Sfor only ................................... 1.:for $1; 0-00 A, bo L-`' 47 t ýke ,yý `. z t We ýt th i~d%9n [i~ilaed3 aL~~i~t· p~Cpes nevr bfcw ~~*$amf "Spa.' Jeraeyef batter for as 'cents PC ~· ..r t:i~ruu a.. fr ·R ' ,ý " _ r P;.ý i _ ' ' "ý.fJ. ,u:}" : ý ;'JA'xy ~rr. t _ . _ _ *~ii .. jib r jS $ 77 34 l fr:e t Es * : · ~ug ukr -r. x'#T'`_y Y y J : ýýe1 W'xigsbp 4d A: SHonest Price, $80.00., OUR OTHER LINES. COMPLETE REPAI SIHOPS. WHAT WE CAN DO IN OUR SHOPS: Wheels built to order. u SYRACUSE - - - - 75,oo Frames rebuilt. Lathe work of all description. Wleels Rented. All kinds of cones, axle cups, etc.,' Riding School. made to order. Rubber vulcanizing. SEverything at right prices. Re-enameling, all colors. The aost complete line of Sundr...

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