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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

S G. DREYFUS & CO W FOLKIALR 91ALKRS I N Dry Goods, Bootq, Shees and Hats COR. b'RING AND CRIC)KETT STRKKf8 PROMP PT &fFENT1N P&ID TO CflNTRY fPDERS V ARHY HIJNTKh. SAM HL'N1EK HAWK HUNTER HIUTNTERW BROS. Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants 111and 113 MILAM BTRBUT Plantation Supplies, Fagging and Ties. DUALFIS 1N Hay, Corn, Oats. Bran and Chops Prolpt attention to all orders on abrrt notcec at bottom prioes. All favor. aporeclate t' BOWERS DRUG STORE SUCCESSOR TO AUG. j BOGEL* Books, Stationery, Toilet Articles and Fancy Good! eaatsoturer of Flavoring Extracts, Prre soda and Mineral Water gent for Sal th Premiir Tvpewsiting Yashine, Gardan Seeds and Noveltie eaortptieos Caret Ily Composeded ;With the Freshest sad hest Drag. ceearasse\sa :P-*eot Attentto.. All Favor. Appreelated FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. FRED W BOWERS Proprietor Corner Market and Texas Street CC HARDMAN, Wholesale and Retstl.Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Sash * Doors, Blinds and General House Finishing Goo...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 August 1901

BEST FOR THE BOWELS ea, ~."ý ,moat l."..to y of k,"eying the bo's05 (IOaun lea In t. tak," CANDY CATHARTIC a , EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY ?1.aaant. Palatabie, Pnteot. T.:.t," ( .,1 . Htoood Never Siceno Weaken, or rip'.. 10, 2:.. nod r) cents perr box. Write for free satttgl.'. auxl tovo, (It$t 00 ealth. Address SSYdL1a3 iSE CPU COUVAIT CMICAO er SEW TORL KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN THE CAUCASIAN. Bil YEV5PORr, LA., Au U t 1901 pIVgu AND WEATHEh. The weather yesterday was fair. Temperature: minimum 76. Maximum 97 River: Fulton, 10.0; a tall of 0.1. Bee river in the viCialty of Shreveport w ll rise during the next few days. Forecast iot Sbreveport and vicinity: Generally lair Sunday. Malaria Clauses lilloueneee. Grove's Taeteless Chill Tonle removee he eause. 'The Cotton Reston 7be leeather Bureau reports: No de-I aided ebaess to temperature are report. ed. The ralatall bas been light. DeDtIat Dr T t eomegye deesas. O Ale to C * euuAlbuflnr ....see :..es Dowels With Oae.veta. waCu'C"L C that eipra...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 August 1901

THE CAUCASIAN. VOL XII[ SHaEVEPORT, LA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14, 19l' M _1. 10 ,YOU ARE LOSING MONEY Every time you fill up that old Wood Stove, The Economical Fuel sida of the question has been looked after, and the universal ver diet is that GAS Is all things considered, the cheapest, cloanest, and mist ec*inomical fuel. Buy a Gas Range Now and be Happy All the Year. Shreveport Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., 2 2Fd M6Aiuj oired. BARGAINS AT R. SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SALE. Now Is the time to In vest. 90 Dozen Linen Collars at 21-2 cents each 145 Pairs Knee;Pant at 15 cents a ;Pair Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button. at 25u50 : ents a pair. Do not neglect the opportunity. I No. 307 Texas Street. Scientific Repalrring AND RE OVERING OF Umbrellas and Parasols I am prepared on short notice tc do your work satin factorily at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, and I promise satisfaction, both as to workmanship and price E. BRANDT. Ftetey 612 Texas btreet. Will sll for work whe...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 August 1901

Y TO LOAN. IF YOU NEBD MONEY And can not call, phone 561, two rings unts. Personal Collateral. and we will call on you personally- All -'- Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc. transactions confidential. L TEKULSKI, The Shr:verrt Pawnbroku Bargains in Unredeemed Pledges 419 Texas Street, Ojposite Postoflice. THE CAUCASIA M CO.iMOn PUI1siinG comDony OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARISH OF CADDO THE PEOPLE'SBELT RAIL1\AY COMPANY At the session of the city couuci held Aujult 7, there was submitted an ordinance which provides thr grant of a frabchise, rigbt-of.way, etc., to the People'i Belt Railwav Company for a term of ninety-niuc years. This ordinance was referred to the ord ce committee and wil', it .e be called for consideration iu the oouncil. The Caucasian is always in favor of eoterpribes which promise devel. opmnM and will stimulate progress, hat under no plea or circumstance could we favor the grant to any idi Sidual or company of a privilege for so0 loag a time as ninety-nine years. S It s a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 August 1901

CHARTER OF The Atlanta and Shreveport Oil and Gas Company, Limited. tatea of Louisiana, Parish of Caddo ise it known thel this day before me, Allen Rendall, a notary public in anl fur Caddo Parish. Louiaiana, duly c nunissioned, qualified and sworn, came and appeared the several persons whose names are hereunto subscribed, who declare, that asdiltig thenmseises of the provisioiis of Act No. 36 of 1888, of the General As-a nibly of the State of Loutsana, at, well as those of the General Laws of said state relative to tic organisation of corporations, they have formed themselves, their associ ates and successors into a corporation for the objects and purposes ano uniuer the agreements and stipulation, here inafter set forth, which they hereby adopt as their charter. ARTICLE I. The r~arte of this corporation shall be THE ATLANTA AND IIRE\'EPORT OIL AND GAS' COMPANY, LIMITED" and by that name it shall have the power and au thority to enjoy succession for hyv years, to contract, sue and ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 August 1901

oopd edi lD...ot sepimeda io in and at ala gla knfh them m myd 0 complexion baa lm vr st us ailTesCANDY CATHARTIC law awm . awre GPa(oad. Do OLY&iUCO@NSTPATION. Uingm ý.bfre.+,. ~aUuel.d.kWT. iilar id Xlaiadgaateed by all drog 0mm te CUs Tepseco HabIb. ~THE CAUCASIAN -, MUMORT, LA., Augu st 14, 1901. ``.t Cats USuse khousnell'. t Tuausuaes ChIl Tonic removes ' Imujsm of L flaescto r oaSspf sr TauedaY from Barns - tw WshI~p.d by W T Vraser to A" f es<ias b Boobh. I1 clse~d we m eama m"e biISs aid Rawness $0. -deda up-o.4s lits. of 0 my stoc of saiddler, .te to 41304 you priesa ma harms s. Re home"n a special WP #PORTON, 8Teas stree t mood Ehohines ~and see West bel surobs for tthe Ways. 9W do. lood Than PUsa Is do XvIaris diane Vaw seem isOWS: Nearly *0 he' Nearly all -a 3lUO thbeaviest lok gs·Insu ·mood. DWOOM goal oessee s act && 2%ums, Ga, 3.0; a*UIY Rest 4 Grand case, iRM.is to weag pRB Eel of Gasville. IM eI tern doal. kz# c ~ will at an -ld r 4008 8410*m tsovtd f...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

THE CAUCASIAN. VOL X'I[ SHHEVEPORT, LA. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST i 1 )01. N. 1. .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i - . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . YOU ARE LOSING S MONEY Every time you fill up that old Wood Stove, The Economical Fuel sida of the question has been looked after, and the universal ver diet is that GAS Is all things considered, the chtapeSt, cleanest, ard mist ecnuemimcnl fun'. Buy a Gas Range Now and be Happy All the Year. Shreveport Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., 218 Mitawu sir, . - BARGAINS AT Rr SILVERSTEIN'S :BANKRUPT SALE. Now is the time to Invest. Dozeu Linen Collars at 2 1-2 cents'each 4 s Pairs KneeOPant at 15 cents a ;Pair 5 0 Pairs Shoes, Lace and Button, at . O cenuts a pair. not neglect the opportunity. ^,-: No. 307 Texas Street. ~Sientiflc Repairing SAND REBOVtRIN9 OR uV Umbrellas and Parasols prepdred on short notice tc do your work satis at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, i.e satisfaction. both as to workmanship and E...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

DRI. WY'MANS WT1K. ýHECKING THE SPREAD O :NFEC T7OUS AND CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. -.lte.yrme Laborantiry to Be ;;ntab 1a).n, In Connection Wiith the 7 mbl.d Staten Marin(e Hlopital Serv -~3,-A . temarLnlile Menanerle. i{peial C' rr , I, nde!rn(r.] 1T.sni'ý,.o, Aug. 12. -The United ': s warine h,> iital sri i.e, which 7'w.s to do witi the giuarlding of our a se, and boundary lines against the lov r ing of con tagious :Ilan ilnfctions : }isewsc. from other cuIIIntri.s, is one of $:,* nsst implortant. th, ;,hi geonr:llly e,,s1? understood, of till \-aIiour s tuIle suins of our governlmenl. Few people, g imagine, have any adequate (conlce "?.n of its worlhwide w\i l a;nd :inny ratjitientions. 'The mnachlilory of this 13cva'u of the treasury department -irRl'es along so tc,nt: l ,iy lthat an Aimer 1;ra2 citizeu may be Iretty intelligent .nad ell infornied and yet realize little or the debt lie owes a:: onoI of 7.ln)OO.St) itizens to the faithful oficers of this 1 ser.rcse. It looks after ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

NOTICE OF ELECTiON to To be held in public school district o. I of the parish of Caddo, state of & Louisiana, on August 24. 1901. R Whereas. on July 18, i901, the police V jury of Caddo parish, Iouisiana, passed the following ordinance, to-wit: F AN ORDINANCE for the levy and collection of a special tax on the property in school district t No. I of the parish of Caddo, for the t purpose of erecting and constructing public school houses in said school district, Be it ordained by the police jury ol Caddo parish, La.. in legal assembly cenref@ d, that the following pollin plates and the following precincts in school district No. 1, be and are here fixed as the precinc:s and polling places for the election on the 24th day of August, igor, already ordered for voting on a special tax of 2 mills for a period of seven years for building school houses in said school district No. I, and the followin" commission es and clerks are hereby named, to _-it:i WARD FOUR. Ward t of Citv-Engine hou...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

MONEY TO LOAN. IP YOU NEED MONEY And can not call, ph,l e 5(,1, tw, rings All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and we willl call you plrsonally- All Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc. transacti,,iis confiilhntial. Barglins in Unredeemed Pledges L. ITEKILS [ 1. The Shr verort Pai;vn1rokr 419 Tl'.\~ Stree.e , ()ll·, uifte I".l ' olln . • -n, • •----- THE CAUCASIAN \NIOM " I E _ e c1uCaa i0n PJblshl nQ companY OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARISH OF CADDO "Why Not Kruger?" Tbe Commoner, iu an interesting and forceful article referring to thb expression of heartfelt condolonl by Mr McKinley to his Majesty. Enperor William of Germany, ove the death of his mother, aupries* "Why not Kruger?" Mrs Kruger, wife of Mr Kruger, president of the South African Republic, died roor. than a month ago, but not a word of sympathy wa sent to Mr Kruger by Mr McKinley. "Why not Kruger?" The answer is simple. Mr McKinlev, is president of the L nited Btates, did not wish to offend or displeue England. The Injuncti...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

SFIVE IIITE TALKS. The High School Alcmni Or ganized. PERSONAL ligh School Alumsi The organization of a High School ltrmonl Aesociation was effeoted Friday asternoon, at the Central High Sebool bul!dlag. Mr Bodenbeimer. temporary h·airman, called the meeting to order. e.oretary Herold read the constitutlon, ihchb was adopted, and thirty-four ligns. turoes aized thereto. Tae election of permanent ofcers re tulted as follows: President, A A Herold: Vioe President, Miss Kate Joone; Seere taay. L. well C Butler; Treasurer, Miss Lee Mards; Orator, Mr Will Craddock; Histc nan. Mamie Bowse. The newly eleeted president, after grace fully acknowled lig the compilment con lerred upon him, and pledging his best d:orns to further the interests of the A-oelatlion, appointed the following e +autive commlttee: Misses Leonard, Al Ceeke and Harris, and Messrs Kelly and Siaglust. The next regular meetlon will be held in December. The organlzation of our bright High School graduates into an Alumni Ans...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

ITS CI 0 ` 1NING LO1Y THE ELECTRIC DISPLAY AT THE PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Exceptional Opportunitle For the American lantitute of Electrical Engineer. W.ho Meet In Buffalo. Many Foreign Experts to Be There. ISpecial Correepondenre.] BUFFALO, AU-. 12.-In the develop ment and utilization of that mystic and potential force known as electricity the Pan-American exposition is far and away beyond anything before attempt ed in the way of a public exhibition of man's achievements in the realm of applied science. This is demonstrated in the nightly illumination which is the crowning glory of the exposition. Standing upon the triumphal bridge or causeway as the darkness closes and looking upon the scene the effect is thrilling. The outlines of the buildings traced in countless rows of electric lights, the softening colors and brilliant play of glass and gilding and the retlec tion of this fairyland in the surround ing waters, the Jewehle spray of cas cade and fountain, the almost spiritual be...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

Wancsha Wi 1i Reach n0 All. Having made arrangements with the bottlers of the fCrst water ever bottled in Waukesha,--and the Water that mnlde Waukesha famous We are enabled to place Silurian Springy Water on this market so tha all may derive the benefit ot its wonderful curative powers, $6 per case of too bottles- We allow $, for the return of empty bottlesIand case. We Have a Few Cases Left Of Sheboygan Ginger Ale, in Quart Ilottles, 50o to the case, at $5, anct we allow $r.5o per case for returned empties. YHenry Rose Mere & Mfg. Co., [LIMITED.] SB RItCKS Pres. YALE HICKS, Vlo--Prees. W F CHABE, Sec-Trees DIRECTORS;: KALE RICKS 8;B. ICKS, F H GOSMAN, W F CHASE, T U SOX)VLL, G;H STEVENSON THE HICKS COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. Office; and Warehouse, Corner Spring and Travit and Texas and CommArce Streets TO THE PUBLIC Youaare hereby notifled that I i ill ,. keep open Night and Day Except Sunday, and willdeliver Paints, Oi1, Varnish. Wall Paper. Etc.,'at...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 August 1901

Lazy Liver "" Isave hee'a troubled a Ralrc deal W illt 1 a r Il l Iei lii r l I tl lle nu;II( ta lfb, r e al r ', *AIII I h W r'li. I II Irtnl I, ial, tutha tn I arrIor" n t~ e 'I''' l k~ i "l I li.ru b plotpeiveI .ll I x+111.11 III Ir te e.ºIa at t." reC omotentb t ar t whenV r rpirI lilty Ia prr'senl It " J. A i-''il n 2920 Siusquctaooa Ave Phllarelclphia, Pa CANDY CATnA RTI C PIeasnt. Palatablep' 1r. t lt. Taate Good. flo Good. Never Wipekkfl. "V cab rl r 4. *C Ilkb. 2Ic. Ho. CURE CONSTIPATION. *YlIE'Se al~llntaratleed byI ail drug I,.vO -mv gist 33 "rr to ub accoHabit. VV o 'l THE CAUCASIAN BEAEVEPORT, LA, Aui tU IP, 1901. ?'be Cotton 1iegton Tbh Weatbhr Bureau reports: The tea Teralure is below normal it eaerly all distrcet.L Beavy rains have bees gemersl cvtr Tennsesee, Mlisle'ppi and Georgia. Mlarla Osumas 1tousneae. GrOe's Tuaeleas Chilu ToiMe removes the euaase. DIVIM AND WUATH~b The weaelu yeterday was lair. Temperature mualmaum e. Mazlsum 38 liher: frlso, ;.0ý hrevepert 8...

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

HE CAUCASIAN. VItLX 'IL SHREVEPORT. LA. WEDNESDAY, EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1901. ___~~- __ __-_, -, __ -_1 ~_, -YU ·5 ro. 108~ YOU ARE LOSING MONEY Every timne you fill up that old Wood Stove, 'IThe Economicaf l Fuel sida of the question has been looked after, and the universal ver diet is that GAS Ih all thingse considered, the cheapest, clean-est, oand m st ecomnmical o al. Buy a Gas Range N,:w and b: Happy All the Year. Shreveport Gas, Elactric Light & Power Co., r.'lo ~ 1HAhr_____ _oooooo BARGAINS AT R. SILVERSTEIN'S BANKRUPT SALE. Now Is the time to Invest. 90 Dozen Linen Collars at 21.2 cents each 145 Pairs Knee]Pant at 15 cents a :Pair 2 05 P irs Shoes, Lace and 'Buiton. at 25O 50 cents a pair. Do not neglect the opportunity. No. 307 Texa&%Street. Scientific Repairing AND RECOVERING OF Umbrellas and Parasols I am prepared on short notice tc do your work satis factorily at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, and I promise satisfaction, both as to workmanship and pric...

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

MONEY TO LOAN IF YOU NEED MONEY ~-1ONEY TO LOAN. And can not call, phone 561 two rings All Amounts. Personal Collateral. and we w>il call on you per. ;-ally- All Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Guns. Etc. transactions confidential. n nredeemed Pledges TEKUL1SKg The Shree oote Pawtbroker l'41 T4e19 Streats ,annoite Postoflice. THE CAUCASIAN ca lcUofl FNisOini GcoDonY so1 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARISH OF CADDO IMPORTANT DECISION In New Orleanu, on Moudsy, Judg W B Sommerville rendered an in portamt opinone In the cse ol David J ]Layle, a iegro, who questioued Lbe Stte coutiontthu sad the euf frie s. Aetion was against Jerre Glessou, registrar of voters, who, under the law, excluded from regis tratiou the unedueted Don-property -*'ers. In a review of the caas rJudge Sommervtlle said: *No communlty extends suffrage to all persoun but plaoes much restric tOes ppon it as may beat subesrv the mnd of government. The con eSalot of dtiferent Statee Are biod .JL4afpo e-itiUea The constitu tio of...

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

Schedule of Trains. No. it. N. I. No.. No.4. IUllaly i1. ATATIONPI Bally. Dally. 11 314 M ( L lilt AIO Ar. 6,5 AM AMl I anuvillee " 2u SM Ar THIIIiR4 Lv. 411 " ) $ 37t L Lv M lOUIS. Ar. 7 0 AM 115 ' 1 M 11 50 P " lrunirek " 4 00 4 1 l3 i AM Delta i 1 AMI 11 ' 1 " S Od " Dextr. . 1 ,M 9, 0 1 P 5 5)AU Ar MALDEN L 10 PM 910 PU Lv CAIRO Ar. 12 25 "[ Ar New Mairid Lv. 9 1J AM " lv Now Madrid Ar. 1U0 50 _ Ar . MALDEN . . Lv. 910 A MM 65 AAr CAMPBELL Lv. PM 835 S 6 33 ".. Piggott . 8 12 " " 6 58 " N Rector " 7 50 " 7 40 " Paragould " 7 12 " " 2 " Jonesboro ." M 6 25" PM Lv MWelner Ar. _ 5 23 i PM 845 A Lv MFIi...M IS _ Ar. PM 630 AM 11 15 AM " Fair Oaks.. 410 1 P' ] PM " Brinkley ... 3 15 " 12 M 1 " Ar. Clarendon...... LT. 2 45 " 1 0' " " Htuttrart " " 2 00 )" 2 (00 " Althumfner. .. 1 12 " 2 47 " 1in0 Bluff . ... " 12 3. M 3 26 " ' Liton 1 ". 11 P 3 46 " " il :n un l 1 1 M 11 4 01 " .. I- .rd ··· . 11 i) Al . 5 (19 N ". 'nIl n l. 35 " " 603 ." ".. " . ...:.t" 703 " _ __ " 7 14 AM M Ar IA'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. — 21 August 1901

eel-BO ELS so ez OAND CATHA 10 IWA "EM LIKE CNDY . anld be teoof reale or Gl.~adh *t wt. for kree eeeLe and boo Ct on I g~MM AM er MW TOM L - OR BLOOD CLEAN THE CAUCASIAN SEMVIFOIT, LA., A4Ut 31, 1901. Mgalaris Casuses kwusneme *me$@ Tssablm Mil ToWiG removes Mule Killed byLightl off . ant" of the Uhieeport lee and kueauatif t Wmpual, were Piied by ligb~alf yes~erday mear the Juacuom. btunnoe bY LJAbtalinfI YeIsidy motring dring ths srolm An 1kb &Wd Miss Zkray, residing in Wo ktsevepetl were stunned by light. UU.AI IM Wlses have rteoeerod from jDanust Uwmi 2W' Mbe 31dud Than Barms I1bg th So aKl"ri dlirie VA I%.N F ir-. rl ~ a BloP w Slag, A xt, is ft AIeM a"As Ishe Saest of h.bi' sabue- Mes r*2rum home 0 to bw Qdaugher at morn. wei Tow hans en hems from Mdena "de, Z Y. - e ane up-4.dete line of '4w*iV1W49y 7 90e of saddlery F9ll~tr ~~)S to, qrt you priess wmudits MOR harmIs. Re Ar-~i - Ubww a Ip"Al isP MOflON, 3SOTana street ( d Make. BPlood. OAI w bwmnUovd from k took 611re" t...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 25 August 1901

VLTHE CXAYICASIAN. VO L IIVNAY, M()?NING, AU(UTST 23, t). ar) YOU ARE LOSING MONEY Every tune you fill up that old Wood Stove, The Economical Fuel silda of the question has been looked after, and the universal 'ver diet is that GAS Is all thib gs coueid're.1, the C1 hfPt, lelai s', and m),t ) ecitomical tb . Buy a Gas Range Nbw itad b. Happy All the Yeaig Shreveport Gas, Electric Ligit & Power Co., tHalf Price Call and See What is Offered. uyers Will Appreciate Good Values. Pieces Silk Ribbon. Assorted Lol ors. at HALF PRICE. 5 0 Silk Parasols and Umbrellas at HALF PRICE. : .RIMMED HATS A Aew legit, Ele RIMMED HATS gat, latest l, must be sold at any price to close out. Respectfully, SSILVERSTEIN. 307 Texas Street. :Scientific Repairing AND RELOVERING OF } Umbrellas and Parasols sam prepared on short notice tc do your work satis y at reasonable prices. My work is guaranteed, promise satisfaction. both as to workmanship and E. BRANDT. $12 'exzas hire-t. Will alil for work when wai...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 25 August 1901

FIRES C(: A MuB Wheriff? oinde Two the Mob n n other AtIac k Expected. . ALi, Aug. 2 - . N!' Tt lit iat A "Al rr -, t i"l;f:t . - < - .t < SInr:3 N r1h t ii nas tir i I: a ;r rap t. e ttu:- 'I and ciLvLt:.d ,t that in t-, and rte- n-b'rs of thet wo w. r f '.:v i nn b? i. Thijir Li~inis tr, W . 1': r :ip and Janie fElankfl-hi. O ey drnl d shots w« rr red an Ith a i,. : V:ari-, but w re reftrnn t ti laint a .nthor atthcc{. Til rTii.triff is trrini t. ,.-t in ct cnhi.un:3 .ranu wtcrh tce .v rm :rc t stecure the uinl stary. Coppyer I ohbine. Denver. Anu. 23 -Mining men of ehir eity are .;r as trcu the reports that . worlI whir rc'p'rc t i'cbi has bcen t'arune', and comp, aut in in buVing p ipr wi' ic, 1 L''o* r he known. The ccn* `!t , t ., sand, has . -n c ff meted btcctwo.in inmaltntated. ('alur 'it and II0 cla, Sen cator tI'cirk and the H. t hschilds. Lougest Telephone Line. Helena, Mont., Aug. 23.-It is an aounced here that the Rocky Mountain Telephone and the Northernwe tern ...

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