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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 December 1907

TARiFF ON WOOD POL Stand Patters Sea No Reason For Repeal of Duty. BRYAN'S FINANCIAL PLAN. ,uggestion That the Government Guarantee Deposits In National Banks Approved by Prominent Fi nanciera---Advantages of the Plan. The Gathering-of Democrats In in diana-A Word About Platforms. By WILLIS J. ABBOT. One day recently Congressman Dal Dell and Sereno E. Payne, both emi nent stand patters, called at the White House. By a curious coincidence as they came from the president's office Mr. William Jennings Bryan went in. The reporters at the White House. who always Interview the outcoming man rather than the ingoing one, ask ed Mr. Dalzell and Mr. Payne certain questions. One of those questions is worth emphasizing. "Do you think that the duty on wood pulp will be taken off? The president has so sug gested." Representative Dalzell an; swered that the duty was only 15 per cent and that he did not see that so light a duty would affect the newspa pers of the United States in any way. It appear...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 December 1907

llHughes o Sri~; I~if !nf racy That a I; i ;hl % Wa' the ,. bý rtrs !!ý .tr ivý:c e i.i: t~v('cI Two I'vi~uf. n :' 11 \T n 1 eichf 1 4 I444i44tPh '4 14 14i i1:,\ {' JlieI rull ll fill' it" . II 4ý I I 44!II4''4 I 44i;h1 i s , soil 1h11 l in inf;iie . T 4he # ý-e f hie 1* 4 1 thif f I'fl 144 .L J) / 4th1 ring 44f Nr p her mInIs tir": 4 Iia 441.5 ri'A? 4.1 4 ý` \' re' ntly wi le-11 typlnkin a 111:1 .'l s I': ltH sn t aIi ;11 1 r i ifiIu4he . 111414' ent gm "1 nor orf Nr«w York. ivh'+ uanmo is selntionedl often II I« in ran nae tiont INill] the lioodilenli':n presh~lelt 1i4l 111)1111 at i;f4 . TI le lieu' I i4.1Z1401 learnedI thl rule his father ItuiilaIIt hint so well 11t:h1 at S lt)4,1 mn114l college the.1 4i4se'4 to 4141ll him4 "' traiglut bins('I r. 1 r ley." It is ii 414le he 144s followed 44 implieitly in after life th1t4 the am1 e sticks to him Still. It is he1'414Se f1e4 people who know his r'tlordl Reliev'' 111m to have kniut straight to the line of truth 441i honesty 14ll the...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 December 1907

** laBy Firank H. Sweeust.* * Copyright, 1906,. by Frank H. Sweet. e#* * " * * * * * :e *Co " T ain't any use for you to say you think it's goin' to stop snowin, grandfather, for it ain't. Its s-t in for a big storm." There was a slight quiver about little Sarah Mary's lips as she said this, but she pressed them firmly together, and, brushing the flakes of snow from her plaid shawl, she hung it up on a nail behind the kitchen door and set about getting the breakfast. "You've been out in the road to get a good look at the sky, I reckpn, Sarah Mary," said Grandfather Nichols gen tly. Sarah Mary nodded. A queer little sound came from her throat, but the did notepeak. "Well, I declare, it does appear to be a kind of a stump, Sarah Mary-a kind of a stump," said the old man slowly sou AND I HAVE A PRETEND CHRISTMAS HERE ? Carried in some kindlings for the, in the living room and stooped to open the stove door and sty;, WMIL IULLUL IU U IUL UU.Lu; wbstmas tree for weeks awl said Grandfathe...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 December 1907

THE CAUCASIAN. SUNDAY, DEC. 8, 1907. INSURANCE. When you want money, fire insurance, ;bonds, life insurance, real estate, acci dent inllr.Ince or building and loan stock, ce W. C. Agurs, in the Coope ho'idjig. DR. E. G. ALLEN. The Caucasian has been requested to tnnounne that J)r. E. G. Allen has re sumtled the practice of his profession. Office in tbe Cooper building. FOR SALII. American Blood Mound pups. By Van Cleaves King Richard out of Clarke's Queen. Fine cars and broad muzzles, 5 blue, 3 llack and tan. J. M. Clarke, 722 Milami street. F OARD OF ilEALTII. Vital stati tic.. of Shreveport for the ncek ending 1)eceminer 7. 1907. Marriages-White: \V. M1. Pate and Miattic (;Ir, , an; T. L. Kimbrough and inia Carity : Jim Oiil .i and Angiline losas. Colored: S. C. Smith and Alice Williams. Birtlh-White: J. P. Wever and wife Joy; Nealon Nesom and wife, boy. Deaths-White: Dr. J. J. Scott, 70 years: August J. XVagner. 59 years: B. W. Williams. 25 years. Colored Bessie Anderson, I month...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 10 December 1907

THE CAUCASIAN. VOL. XVIII . SHREVEPORT, LA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER io, 19o7o NUMBER 176 IT IS NOT SAFE To buy Real Estate without an Abstract Insist on being furnished with one before investing Caddo Abstract Co. Ltd. Phone 199. Opposite Court H-use. 517 Marshall Street. lenry Rose Mercantile 8 ig. o L1d. THE OLD RELIABLE SEED HOUSE OF SHREVEPORT.' Have now ready for shipment Garden and Field Seed, such as POTATOES, ONION SETTS, CORN, GRASS, CLOVER, PEAS, BEANS. GARDEN SEEDS. ALL ORDERS IN THIS LINE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Henry Rose Merc. & Mfg. Co. Ltd. 517-521 Spring Street. The Florsheiml ros. Dry Goods Co. Ld. EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes and Hats. 510, 512 and 514 Levee Street. New York Office 77 Franklin ISt HERMAN LOEB, Dealer in Hides, Wool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs COMMERCE STREET, NEXT TO V. S. & P. RAILWAY. SHREVEPORT, ,LA. I guatee to the seller the best prices obtained in St. Lois, New Odina Viehabut g G.lveston and Houston markets...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 10 December 1907

THE CAUCASIAN. TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 1907. , . . -_ . . . .... . .-- . iuated as second class matter February i, z'294, at the postoffice at Shreve port, La., under the Act of Con gress of March 31, 1879. R Sibription Price $2.oo a year. t#ls.ieul three times a week, on Sun day.. t.ning, Tuesday and Thurs day afternoons, at 517 Edwards St., by The Caucasian & Carney Print ing Co. Ltd., Proprietors. AN ATTEMPT TO JUSTIFY. - Our readers will remember that Don r£er7y of St. Mary, formerly a witness in Mr. Sanders' behalf in "refuting" rhat Mlti Sanders termed "campaign i rs," submitted in a public speech .J oalldsonville certain specific accusa it U " na ist Mr. Sanders himself. e': Mr. Sanders subsequently de as "false and contemptible." Sismediately followed is a mat .% history, but Mr. Caffery in an ad 'lfote a large audience in Wash Artilery Hall, New Orleans, re -thi accusations in detail, sub . t the same time numerous let g~e etc., to sustain his charges. Mr. Estopinal, Mr. San ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 10 December 1907

M. M. Kendrick Architect Telephone 1025. Edwards Street Waring Bldg Shreveport, La. W. J. BROWN Contractor and Builder No. 704 COTTON STREET. New Telephone 689. Prompt and Satisfactory Attention Given on Short Notice. JOHN S. YOUNG Attorney-at-Law. Room 114, Majletic Building, Old Phone 99, Residease 512 Fainal Street, Old Phone 837 m ll's akery MAKER OF Snowflake Breadl And Cakes -o6 Texas St. Both Phones 47' Shreveport, La. C. BOETZ, F-edly Groceries 00m sand examine my new clean' stoek of goods. U7a TEIAS ufR l T. $UOg LZW e a RIEND 00. IARDWARE Atlas Boilers and Engines W. W. Waring U aklug & Embalga PARLORS' sea EDWARDS ST. Waring BulIJing. Phones: Store 3ao. Residence 995 Calls Attended to Day or Night. William A. Mabry 4tterney al~ Law and No tary Public. 'Al ce over Commercial National Bank Long Distance Phone 63t. Sooess.ors to 9AMCg & STRINGFELLOW. * Wdlesal and Retail Deslers ia Grocekes, Grain, FB3iDSTUFF, POIUR AND MEAL -SAND C SnRa Merchants. .gn MoIPORT, LA. -...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 10 December 1907

1THE CAUCASIAN. TUESDAY, DEC. ro, 1907. INSURANCE. When you want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate, acci dent Insurance or building and loan tock, we W. C. Agurs, in the Cooper cbiding. DR. E. G. ALLEN. The Caucasian has been requested to announce that Dr. E. G. Allen has re sumted the practice of his profession. Oice in the Cooper building. JOIN NOW An, Opportunity of Becoming a Wood man of the World. Thirty-&.ve new members is the result d" a few days work. These new appli stfodws represent as good citizenry as hrevqeort atn boast of. We will com i*E our class of fifty in a few days. -W j you con in with us and be a oer of the Woodmen of the World? spn join the camp of your choice. L. P. BUTLER, :.I District Deputy. ~ bI IUPT'S PETITION FOR DIS CHARGE 2:· Matter of J. H. Cobb, .Bankrupt, a Bankruptcy. ' .0i Honorable Aleck n f the U es District Sat tes for the Wes of Louisiana: J. H. Cobb, in the Parish of Caddo, it, rfpectfully represents that 4 .y of ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1907

THE CAUCASIAN. VOL. XVIII SHREVEPORT. LA., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1907. NUMBER -78 IT IS NOT SAFE To buy Real Estate without an Abstract Insist on being furnished with one before investing Caddo Abstract Co. Ltd. Phone i99. Opposite Court House. " 517 Marshall Street. To Secure a Beautiful Evergreen lawn First Buy Tusten Seed & Produce Co.'& Challenge Brand Winter Lawn Grass Seed A sufficient quantity to sow one pound to every hundred square feet; prepare the lawn by mowing as closely as possible, distribute seed evenly, cover lightly with sand, and wet down thoroughly. Tusten Seed and Produce Co. Ltd io8 TEXAS STREET. BOTH PHONES 824. C. C. HARDMAN & CO, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Lumber, Shingles and Sash DOORS, BLINDS AND GENERAL HOUSE FINISHING GOODS. Offee and Salesrooms Corner Spring and Crockett& Lumber Yard Corner Lake anm McNei Streets. SHREVEPORT, LA. S. B. HICKS, President. YALE HICKS, Vice iresident~, W. F. CHASE, Secretary-Treasurer. DIRECTORS: YALE ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1907

THE CAUCASIAN. THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1907. Entered as second class matter February I1, 1904, at the postoffice at Shreve port, La., under the Act of Con gress of March 31, 1879. Subscription Price $2.00 a year. Pubisbel three times a week, on Sun day mawning, Tuesday and Thurs day afternoons, at 517 Edwards St., by The Caucasian & Carney Print ing Co. Ltd., Proprietors. WHO ARE THEY? Mr. Wilkinson in his Washington Ar tillery Hall address on Monday evening last lays bare some race track gambling conections, which are not only interest ing but instructive. Hear him: "It is evident that the race track gam bling concerns in this city have now. or have had employed by them, or interest ed with them, some of the most power ful factors in the politics of this Stat The former attorney for the largest of the race track corporations here is now a candidate for Governor. A stockhold er owning 82 shares of stock in the same track, which, I am informed, has an stetal value of over $2o,ooo, has...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1907

SUCCESSION NOTICE. No. II,56(i-First District Court. Par ish 'f Cahddo. State of IAmiisj:ia Succession of George Manson. Notice is hereby given that V. Gr(, jean has this day filed amendment to final accuunt in said succession. and un lcsq opposition be made thereto within the time specified by law, the same will be duly homologated as prayed for. Witness the Honorable Judges of said court this 29th day of November '.to.7. S. O. W I aAMS. Dec. I Deputy Clh-ik SUCCESSI 4 SALE. No. ii,47 --ln thi Firs District ('nit. Caddo Pat ish, La.: .Succession of Mollic Johnson. lty virtue of a commi ssion to sell, to mo issued in the above nubhered and entitled siiccessi 'n, by *e Hfonorable First Judicial District Court of ad lo Parish, La., I will offer for sale, at pbi lic auction, for cash, according to law, at the pritcipal front door of the coiurt house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, dur ing the legal hours for sales, on SATURDAY, JANUARY ii. tors. Lnit 24 of block 70, to-acre lot 4, of the C...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 December 1907

T'HE CAUCASIAN. THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 190 INSURANCE. When you want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate, .acci dent insurance or budding and loan stock, see W. C. Agurs, in the Cooper building. DR. E. G. ALLEN. The Caucasian has been requested to announce that Dr. E. G. Allen has re enaned the practice of his profession. 06ice in the Cooper building. JOIN NOW An Opportunity of Becoming a Wevld man of the World. 'Tirty-five new members is the result 1 a few days work. These new appli .nations represent as good citizenry as ,Sbrceport can boast of. We will com hte our class of fifty in a few days. ill you come in with us and be a of the Woodmen of the World? ==- a join the camp of your choice. L. P. BUTLER, J"District Deputy. SHERIFF'S SALE. WIIL ~e-!n the First Judicial Dis %rtg Court in and for the Parish of ýdd . Louisiana: Wiener-Loeb (.. Otty Company, Limited, vs. Stee Terry. g vittfW of a writ of fieri facias to ` frm the Honorable First Ju 'Ibh_ rit Courtsof C...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

HE. AUCASIAN. _ VOL. XVIII SHREVEPORT. LA.. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1907. NUMBER 179 IT IS NOT SAFE To buy Real Estate without an Abstract Insist on being furnished with one before investing Caddo Abstract Co.Ltd. Phone zgg. Opposite Court Hpuse. " 1 517 Marshall Street. To Secure a Beautiful Everjreen laws First Buy Tusten Seed & Produce Co.'s Challenge Brand Winter Lawn Grass Seed A suflicient quantity to sow one pound to every hundred square feet; prepare the lawn byii mowing as closely as possible. distribute seed evenly, cover lightly with sand, and wet down thoroughly. Tusten Seeds and Produce Co. Ltd io8 TEXAS STREET. BOTH PHONES 824. C. C. HARDMAN & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dead in Lumber, Shivgles and Sash DOORS, BLINDS AND GENERAL HOUSE FINISHING GOODS. Office and Salesrooms Corner Spring and Crockett. Lumber Yard Corner Lake and McNeil Stre*. SHREVEPORT. LA. S. B. HICKS, President. YALE HICKS, Vice President. W. F. CHASE, Secretary-Treasurer. SIRECTORS: 0 4'ALE HICK...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

FRIBBLES OF FA-H'1.L Exqu'site Dz.ncnj F With C.: Inlterlinin 1 -:g.,-; ;. Ir - ing froek- of tw i : tissue finirlhing t!;1 i,,.': .1: 1 1n are 'oie 'if t ,w ,, LI"--1 son. "Little \iNo s p eo re 11 . with thetse thar:iin1 ea jri'iery of biris o~r hone:ti fit"- ",, t :1"1v in =.luie thati they or n a'l imos,1t unf o!r.11 at*- ti I.. fiata ill 14e shi'' s. but they SNUG FITTING CORSET COý R-5835. IMay ;easily be manufactured at home by the amateur seamstress if to this art she add that of embroidress. The long rucked sleeve of today dif fers from that of its predecessor in that it is tight to tie elbow and above that =full, but still rucked, or, rather, tacked, on the inner arm and the full ness allowed to flow free on the outer arm. Theater shoes of quilted satin edged with fur and lined with wool having high Louis heels come in colors to match the favorite costumes as well as in black and white. An exquisite evening cloak of chin chilla is arranged in square panels, with broad entr...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

THE NAKED SWORD. The battle for morals in New Orleans is one in which the whole commonwealth is concerned. Mr. Wilkinson tells them in his Monday's address at Washington Artillery Hall that if that city fails in its duty to its fair name, the State will assume the task. Hear him: 'The invasion is on us now. The rac ing kings, with their courts and retain ers, are here for spoils. No honors greet their coming. Instead. a newspaper. as a piece of news in which the traveling public is interested, inquires what extra precautions the hotel keeper i, taking to guard the valuables of his boarders. These or like potentates of the racing world have been driven from Missouri into Arkansas, from Arkansas into Ten nessee, from Tennessee into Louisiana and, if I am not greatly mistaken, our next Legislature, whether the city coun cil acts or not, will keep them on the move, too, we care not where, provide I it is away from here. "Reap well your harvest while you may, 0 ye kings of the gambling w...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

TilE CA'UCASIAN. THURSDAY. DEC. 12. 1907. Entered as second class matter February II, 1904, at the }ostoffice at Shreve port, La., under the Act of Con gress of March 31, 1879. Subscription Price $2.oo a year. Publishel three times a week, on Sun day morning. Tuesday and Thurs day afternoons, at 517 lidwards St.. by The Caucasian & Carney Print ing Co. Ltd., Proprietors. AS T T ill I.\S l REI( 1lKI XOTl. A. a rile thi folloter' of the late and lamecnted General last rni 1.i nrew actuated in tuern ,1lsupprt rf hinm h\ the Iiigithet u, yie.- Mlaniv of them were devted beiiu-e If 1ii. C(11 federa;ute It' cord. but the ii, t were inilitieccd by the fact of il, personal antl political charactt r. and that he had been. four years ago. the partisan and the leader of those of our Commonwealth who de mnanded higher political ideals and higher political character in the con duct of our public affairs. Others there were who found itt the general's candidacy an opportunity to dodge the Sand...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

Douglas' motion "that an election is hereby ordered to be held throughout the Parish of Caddo on the 14th day of Ju tiary 1(08. for the purpose of taking the > s..e of the regular (ualified voters of the Parish of Caddo as to whether (r not intoxicating liquor, shall he lie' 'sed or s .1ld within the Parish of Cadd after January i, 19(X9, or whether tii *tici thereof shall he prohiiited." which pree vailed as follows: Ayes-Douglas, Wynn. Jll y, Agar! Alexander, M iller. John lon, I Ien h rn ii IMo1ss and in i. Nays---Crass f rd. I )rev fin. II; rk< v n(d 1\laht1len. Mr. :\gnrs. coildld l Ml 11h , moved that thll orditnanr, ;e ;t tr real with com isionlr, anit h !- in t4. he adopted. Ih: via m :. n: t vit ein ti.. I siultd a, follows .\ye - - 1)ou las Jt 11>i. \` r ' l A\gnrs, .\lexaiiler. .Jd hlia. I I'll'!r .. \loss and Furman. Nays-CravforrI, I)revfu s, I ;rkcv. )Iahlen. On motion the inry ad ourn-J t1 meet in regular sesion IIIh -in.! Thursday in January o908. R. F1TRM.\...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

People Who In. the The Strange Mystery of Thomas C. Druce and the Fifth Duke of Portland -Sketch of the Sixth Duke. -* .ka* ** ** ** ** ** Or~* * ** ** *'f ** T"IE Druce mys tery, which for some time has absorbed the atten tion of the British puolic, brings to spe cial notice the pres tnt Duke of Port land, who is in dan ger of losing his rank and titles. Should George Hol I inmbv Iruce, who claius that his grandfather, Thom jl K}. Of I i I as *'harles Druce, a bazaar keeper, was the fifth Duke of Portland, be success ful in stablishing his ciaiim the man who hohls the title now will lose not only W elbeck abbey and nearly 2:10.1)1)0 acres of British soil, but a very lengthy list of distinctions. The sixth duke, to give hint all his names and titles, should lie addressed as William John Arthur ('harles .Janes ('avendish-Ben dunck, K. C;.. 1'. C., G. C. V. O., 1). L., J. P., earl of Portland, viscount of WVoodstii'k, baron of Cirencester, mar quis of Titchdield, baron Bolsover, mas t...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

Icy Airee Louben P. "C. py right, 1'X) by Alice Louise Lee. * 0ee*ee* eeer er OWEN HARDh sat in room :u tile Hard-1 bl lek He aled tlh plula his hice and himsel0 real estate -ent, but it I no secret in the city that the only rc:, estate he had time to -:ttend to was h', Own and that his callers were p~eolle who canme to ask favors, not to leave fees. It was the afternoon before C'hrist mas, and the dull December sun show, In at the window and fell On Ihard stretched out in a big leather padded armchair heside the table. He was a man nearing middle life. His dark hair was plentifully streaked with gray, while his forehead had fall en Into heavy lines, which gave his face when in repose an expression oi ill nature that belied a disposition sin gularly generous and open. His handwe were crowded into his pockets. tItolv '. stre LLthe ouAzED OUT OF THE WINDOW. Where they have been for the greater part of the week," he said grimly to Yemans. a friend and a neighboring lawyer, who sat on t...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 December 1907

THE CAUCASIAN. THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1907 INSURANCE. When you want money, fire insurance, ponds, life insurance, real estate, acci jent insurance or building and loan -stock, see W. C. Agurs, in the Cooper :)iding. DR. E. G. 41LLEN. The Caucasian has been requested to -ennounce that Dr. E. G. Allen has re -sumed the practice of his profession. CEf5ie in the Cooper building. JOIN NOW An Opportunity of Becoming a Wood man of the World. ihirt -five new members is the result .of a few days worI. These new appli .atitns repre-ent as good citizenry as :'hre(llport can boast of. We will com plete our cla; of tifty in a few (lays. WVill you c-.me in with us and be a inlembr 4 f the Woouinen of the World? 'nn can join the camp of your choice. L. P. 1IUTLER, * Iistrict Deputy. F;(OOT It.l~LL YESTE''IRDAY. hIII cionteKt 1etween the Shreveport I1igh Sch 1 and the Nittchit'ches Nor maal fiot hail team; yesterday afternoon was exciting and interesting from the 1>cgiin og di the end. THe Normialit...

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