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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

HE CAUCASIAN. VOLE 1II SFIREVEPORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1900. No 82 ?£096£3 TORL 9 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ust received, 100 Ladies' Jackets, jast what you nt for hiow, $1 50 to $$ 00. You will havetto s9e m to axoreciate the prices we are makirg on wa~ the Ladies and Cnhmorens' Underwear. h e es'Union Suits ....... ............... ............ 5 ach s' Union Suits. Onieda Cut ... ens' Union Suits, all sizes..... . ns' Vest and Pants, Heavy Fleeced .. . 13 to 25c each. __ - W rappers........ ... .. .5c to 1 W~ aeetts for Ladies Wrappers . 16r yard 1de hart Waist, E S) kind. COhkld ...... . 40Oto.1335 doiug for Cool Nights.-Blankets and >NkSilk' Comforts. Ný.ad M to 3 00 pair e l....... ......... . _..... 'd c to 2 00pach .8c to2 00each. ,ur eye 4.n Our Rug and Matting Debartrnmnt. coBINEW GOODS DAILY. K 4eopes' Store. s.ow Price Makers 423 Texas Street. FURNITURE9 Just the kind that Everybody is Looking for Fine, Medium a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

-.TtKA TOBACCO. i, '1 .. tl{1t by the (..{vern. - 4. 1, 11Co,umeqt 11'11I. * ., ý. 27. -Tilt- f.1:,)Wing ' , lw ti , r"ý'ary of 14 *. ",: r"itN,rt4 a suvc.sstui it ,"t'rt'nq4, nt3tconducted .4 n ,~: SuiiI:itra 1 !tdc,:ec near * : of in arre wai planted a:1,, : : Ioih shade nine feet .. , t :".1ii',ittd and fermented u,! d:n r'ior of M. L. Floyd, '1" -r "tt. (I" epiirtitient. The 'i)" 441, ,",,c-1 tl.hlac"o Was 7111) pounds *N~rj:stt,-d yield for one acre Wbil.it lorst aboUL 10 per 1 . 11 44:04 t,-" "nM) d for $473.70), xrnak:-a' Cr -t:;i,at.d value fur one acre of $: i_ 1w "I ".. of produlctioni, in. ,cili - : wit iec ust of the shade-the f~xu I,;-iiwill last tor live years, .4'l . "r .. , " )) pier acre, having a ac;, pr.t! ., , $9,)O per acre. This vn;a ci s,, :;.." pricol 71 eenti per potiind ,", J.p grown in then same ti C ; . Ii-I, anid ferzu)_rte I in Iur:, I. .u~nr ;:7 its, per T,, ',1 S: " , t .)iee, ;~'' 0ow under Ii.i. h,, i . ll4414l I4 54' 1,v Y4)il1 Er3"n ;:"1 :ti t.ft....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

GBOET Z, Family Groceries 527 TEXAS STREE'. Come asd examine my new clean grocery stock. Ever thing at lea cenable prices. Don't forget bse nlace l ingOeposits cBants Sand 1Farmers Bank Corner Spring and'1 Texas *'gret, Shreveport, La. Staving deposits of the bank-is one of eWii popular features. Interest t o three per cent per annum is I all sums of one dollar and up h8.in lg on the calendar three or t r months. during the first three days I adiedt interest 15 allowed on thee Ladlen.made on the first day of the Cibldr~rest on all sams not with. Ladies payable on the first days of ff n Si August, and iterest not 10 Silk na a added to the principal ng depoeitors somponad y be mada by married wo B rbs, in their own names, cote are given depositors to draw K p made for a losger peried than s draw a higher rase that. erdi ants deat " B08IO N NO rION T 42-First District Court of Louis u sti of Louisiana, Parish of Caduo - .sip of Thos R tiadney. is hereby iciven that J L Rodgers " this d...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

XMAS PREeENTS. Where do you buy them? AT TE KU LS K 'S of course. -Fine Watches, 1iannnl . Jc.w lrv, Vtmirella , Novelties, Silver and Silverware, suitable for Xma girfts. 419 Texas Street, Opposite Postoffice. THE CAUCASIAN, r'n 11ciuccson PulISoli 8018cou10 'JFFCIAL ORGA 'V OF THE AARISH OF CADDO THE "KANK AND rIL! . Clevelana's reference to the "rank *anu ile" is as vague as it is meani-ig. less. What lutareot or coucern has Cleveland in "the "rank and file"? While he was the chief executive of this, the greatest nation of earth, did he condescend to recogaize the "rauL and Ale"? When did he ever take council of or with the "rauk and lie"? Mr Clevelaod should give the country a rest. He should cease his prating and prattling over Demo eracy. tie has no claim whatever on Democracy. He is to all intents and purpoaes a Republican and he should mot trouble himself about Democrats or the rank and file, to whom he sever gave "a chamace" while it was Is. his power. Cleveland was then, a...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

SCHOOL TEACHERS IEET. State Public School Teachers in Convention. Large and Enthusiastic At tendance. Hospitality of the City fost Cordially Extended. The ninth annual convention o@ the State Public School Teache's' lassociation held at Alexandria. December 27 and 28, war one of the .nost successful and delightful in the history of the aesociation. Interest sad enthusiasm in this gather tag of the clss had spread not only over the town but from towa to town. The i tpides Teachers' Association led by Mr. A. M. Hendon, principal of the city schools ad assisted by Mr. F. M, Welsb, the erthy and energetic mayor of Alexandria, *loomed the visitors and saw that they e placed in comfortable quartets. Is everything ,or the comfort of the was as It should be, but the weath rained, and rained; and as Alexat La reets and bsnquetts are in a sts so I incident to the constiuction of Chi e and street. improvement, going Lad brse meetings daily woulu have Ug out imposib e, and certainty very ADS so...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

VITS OF THE HOUSE. HUMORISTS WHO ENLIVEN THE PRO CEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. Chief Among Them I. "Private" John Allen. Now Serving His Last Term-His Mantle Likely to Fall on Chbamp Clark. [Special Correspondence.] WASTHJAGTON, Dec. 24. - Every con gress has its humorist, and some of them have half a dozen. There is al ways some member whose keen wit, mirth provoking drollery and talent as a story teller make him a distinctive character among' his fellows. Such a character was the late S. S. Cox, who years ago was recognized as the hu mnorist of the house of representatives, though he was much more than a 1u wtorist. So. indeed, have been most of the so called funny men of congress. It well nigh broke Sunset Cox's heart thoee by Bell. Washingttas JON M. AJ.I. . ihecause the house refused to take him seriously long enough to make hilm speaker, though he was recognized as fully competent for that position. W~liam E. Mason, now Illinols' jun. Rer senator, won much distinction as a &...,lt...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

** amesin wmepsin a* e. os care Chilns ..e FD , Net and baurnal Tre.Uals. Dees Det Coetmia Q freise Other Peson.hJ Dee. Net lajare the Stomach Neo rfhet the Heariag R W. A. MeLtrty & Son. DimneBox. Tez., sa: Ramon's Pepain Chill Tonic is the best we have ever ha'ndled. Mv son prescribes it in his practice, and says it la the onl tU Toni which a child can take without injury to the stomach." Prise so BROWN MFG. CO., Propvr'. Greemeville. Tems. TO ThEPUBLIC: You are hereby notified that I -ill keep open Night and Day hh Except Sunday, and will deliver Paints, Oils, Varnish. Wall Paper. 4- Etc., at any time. I have determ b fined to keep in the lead and don't F you forget it. Ring Phone 88. A ..WELLMAN IK K C. HARDMAN, Wholesale and Retail umber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds and General House Finishing, Goods. *FFICE sad SALESROOMS, cor. Spr lag sad Crockett. LUMBER YARD. cor..Lake sad McNeil Ste. ahreveport, La. KLAU LIO0 AND GR O0EIY (0'. .IMITEN, Corner Texas and priug Streets....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 December 1900

You health,.d M attend . bh easily << ,.rb is out of order, hood's Sar saparilla will purify It. It is the specific renedy for troubles ,ef the blood, kidneys, bowels or liver. Kiteys - " My kidneys troubled me and on advice took Hood's Iarsaperills whieb gave prompt relief, better appetite tIy sleep is refreshing. It cured my wife lalso." MIcWA3L Bory, 3473 Denny Street IPittbabrg, Pa. 80rofukofus Humorr-"Iwas in terrible sondition from the itching and burning 01 ocrfulous humor. Grew worse under ment of seversi doctors. Took Hlood's Ir s and Hood's Pills. These srest Iwa. tboroughly." J. J. Lwsms, Fulton, N. Y. Reef'b FMi ae >rear WS ts tea age45geti ae THE CAUCASIAN. 582 D R PORT, LA., December90 1900 LADY S~TELLE AJD MISS BECTTY f cENN3TMAU xNVMNa, D30333UR 5 19'0 -A Uhrittuas Isreetlag, and as Old Teats Farewell. I Dsihsatad to Unole 3mn aa4 Ste iWerr B~s at Chlekmasuga. I Euse's a sigh fer those who love 3% And a saile lee those who haso, And whatever sky's aobe s m, ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

f'HE CAUCASIAN. OL III SRREVEPORT, LA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6. 1 . No 81 p... aHiliVa. inIi_... . .._Il__ _• l 423 Texas Street. GAINS FOR ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies' Jackets, j ait what you want for now, $1 50 to $5 00. Yoti will havetto see. them to azDreciate the prices we are making on hem. Ladies and Lntllrens' Underwear. S Ladies LU nion Suits ............. ................................. ... .... .. ach Ladies' Union Suits., Onieda Cut......................... . . . ......... Cbildrens' Union Suits, all size........ .. Cbhildrens' Vest and Pants, Heavy Fleeced ..... 13 t.5c each. Ladies W rappers................ .... .. ........ -.....- .....- .. ................... 0c to I 00 Flanneletts, for Ladies Wrappers ... . ................ . . 16c yard 6 Slik Shirt W aist, 3 !0 kind ................ . . ........... ... . . ..... 2. 0 a Silk Shirt W aist. 6 00 kind .............................. 4 .30 S.aJdies' Rainyday Skirts .... .............

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

CAPITALISTS COMPLETING FINAL PLANS IN BIG SCHEME. Moute Extends From Santlago to Ba rtaeo - General Gonaes'. Friends Active - General Wood and the Schoolteachers. [Special Correspondence.] SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Dec. 27.- The subject uppermost in the minds of the people of the whole island and partictl larly those in the provi&,ces of Santiago and Puerto Principe is the news that the building of the new C'uban railroad connecting Santiago wit]h the western part of the island is a certdinty. Sir William Van Horne, president of the Canadian Pacific railroad and noted 4' Photo copyrigbted, 1900, by Purdy, Boston. OOV"RxOR ENZRLL" LEROiARD WOOD. as a promoter of extensive transporta tion schemes, has recently been in Cu ha inspecting possible routes in the Santiago province, and be stated just before leaving that the settlement of a few minor details would start active work on the enterprise. It will be a unique undertaking. As a franchise cannot be obtained until the ApDsrlcan military ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

ft JAMON'S Chill T Is Teasleg e.. 1 .resed t. Cars Chills ad Fewvr a. all lastrwal Tr.sales. Does Not Coateala Quine Nor Other Poies. Does Not lnjare the Stomach Nor Fleet the Hearl-.ng , W. A. McLarty & Son, DimeBox,Tex., say: "Ramon's Pepin Chill Tonic is the best we have ever tadled. My son prescrnhes itin his practire,and says. t is theonly ill Tonic which a child can take withost injury to the stomach." Price bu BROWN MI'G. CO., Prop'rs, Oreeneville, Tenn. *LOW PRICES.- ;! Ladies' Regular lOc Hose, Black or Tan at 8c pair. ( hldreun regular 10e Hose, all sizes, 8. pair. e " Ladies Flanel Lined LUdershirts worth 35c at only 25c. Pants to " match assle price. S d Ladle's non.shrinking Vests sold by others at ý$1 GO, our price S65e esch. .Pants to match, same price. Ladies' All Wool Vests worth 1 25 at only 98c. Pants to match A same price. * Ladie's MusliunUuderwear'at very low price,. - Give us a call. We. have.a beautiful lot of all kinds cf Ladie's _ Underwear. W. 4. Ross,...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

THE SHREVEPORT PAWNBROKER. THE; ONLY LOAN O)FFICE IN TOVN. We 1 Ar R snmn r I~ khlyV Fin" F Tarja;in n Forfeited I)ianr ud Ring, and Bronchep. Also aem ngr at va'u d i uiredeenie I WVa chea. A fu I np ae 'atet .1 w,.tri ? N~ v lItPe .td Filn, (old Jewlry alwav diaplayVed in our eaase. Get our prices on musical inustrumelt. MONEY LOANED ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. 419 Texas Street. TIlE CAUCASAN . Ife ccauosian PUMiAing coreDnY FFCIAL O/CGAV OF THE GARISH OF CADDO THREE HICH M';N. _The Timen-Demcrat as' a : ' be e,chest man in "be Unitud states at th,* latter end of the eigh tee'hb century was George Wash ug t.a, who was worth pretty n'arly a atillion dollars. Probably the ricr - iet man today is John f) Rockefeller, whost wealth is reckoned at $3)0, t00,000. Mr Carnegie is supposed to be worth $200,000,000, while W K Y~uderbilt and William Waldorf Astor probably conme uext, with over $100,000,090 apiece. These great millionuaires cannot estimate tbrir own riches withia a margiu of mri...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

FIVE MINUTE TALKS. Moral Aspact of Insomnia- Par ish Teachers' Institute. Fashions and Novelties-Notes and Personals. Agnes e M orton, writing n the Jancury Chautauqian giveea drzen or more causes of insomnia, the "bete noir" of our sleep lug buirs, that haunte so many couche., causing Its restless vlctim+ to stare sle o leesly Into the hollowdarikness, until morn I.e tIawns. With all that science can co for us, why is It that some of us do not e slee, "The answer to this question," Mies Morton says, "will never be found w;thout a careful et.dy of the m ral aspeet of insomnia." The victims of this Ille- we r ] g malady are urged to consider how tar sound judgment aed a resolute will may control the cause and apply the cure. Causes and corrections: Worry is some - t:mes retrospective, and retrospective worry is pravaliingly tentimental In toLe. I.'t common sense come to the rescue. Present anxieties-Worry over present con ditions causes mn ch ileeplessnes, and not without reasou Extr...

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

KENTUCKY CONTESTS. Cases Will Bie Called Next Week, but Trials Are I)oubtful. Frtnkforr, .Jn. 5.--T,'e Januarv term o: thb. Franklii circuit ,ourt, at which ti' rasei of t x-Ge,,r er 'favlr, ex -,'crt tarv of State F;tlty, WV lI. Culton and oth-r, charged with ,minplih.ity in r!e murder of William (inob'l will be ca.led, will cOnvene M uday. There is little probability that any of tie cases will be tried at this termn, how er r, and the chief interest is as to whether any additional indictments in (tinectclotn with the assassination are re turned. Robert Noakes, anon whose t .t imony c ,rrborated by Calton and Golden on winch those already convictei were tried, has given bond to appear as a wit. Ies Ine. wI.t k and his ihsndsmen are looking fl'r li:n in vari us parts of the conntry and Canada. Noak *s is alleged to hayv made a statement when he left Kn-tiusk adii;itting perjury on his part, but his friends deny It. On the samte day the curt of appeals will reor- I gan:z., with Judge...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

COMMERCI4L N ational Bank F.....OF..... EýREVTTEPORT, ,.. CAPITAL $100.00.o SURPLU 1" ,j 1 000, OFFICEE~b T YOU BE......~ ....... Prespld H" H. YOUR EE ............ Vlce-Preunent B. M. WAT ON.................... asbler A. T. KAHN.............Aslattant Cashier Accounts and collections respect llfuy solicited. aad Ttade-Marti otataied am a . e-t iQde aaeunacud for hOmaAT. ý[r2. aaa we vte ý r -iacet is la tial tti fzut . WS bdutaa. Wedz-iwy s eboto. s'tb WJiee, it oitmable or ao.t be. cas tes not oa .iLa £ relet i ssmced. A º /w1 T. " How to Obtain Patcuon"w" rodth U. S. and toret o ewxoee .A.SNOW& CO: a. YOITNAR iAN ADAAS VORTIAN & :iDIS~ TINNERS, DALYANIIED IROin CISTEd NS ADaUdI &W" 4c3ai'ArU DOOFII AID BIIBTKII A SPECIALTY ýt4 M u"RHAIL WTR RT ky abtle *ur d bore witut ou peal. Boo 'for fpartflculri e*at tree. Dr. H. N. :Woodleý Co.,Atlaata, Ga. Oes,. )lO1forth PrasJ OYSTERS OFIA %,520 p re Oyster. Neersled July. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT IBLCBS-From shell, per dos d0o: .oc e...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 6 January 1901

THE CAUCASIAN. liHRE. SPOKIT', LA.,Jnuary 1901 iLAD EShTELLE ANI) MIes .I:T rY tWritten from Lake Coarler. La, Dee - bet 81, 1pO0 j Hteart of mime. wake, There's Flory on wly dawniog; There's a lov(-liht ea tbhe meadow, and r . splendor on the sea. Heart of mine, wAkt ; 'Ty nigbt bhas louod It. mornilg: Lcev bas tonobed thy sty with crimson, love has lit tbo world for tbees Heart of mimae, wake! 'Tbhere as one impatient, waitlner The re last, who is tby rmaster, who would teach tbee all thou art. A letter cams to Libhom addressed Lady Etelle, P'iantgenl, nameesakeol Henry the First. It was delivers, to Lady Estelle. and was a letter from Miss E z ýbeth luardeyant, It. which the kindest sad most forgiving words, as sbe eould command. told of Sir Leonard's treachery. She woua up, b) saying to blame his head and rot his heart, ti'at perIsps be wes bors with a flkckletipoitlioln Inherited Irom some ancestor, or perhap', It was revelce of of some mistreatment of tie sia, who bed wronged ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 January 1901

___HE CAUCASIAN. VOL XIII SHREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 9:. l . No 8 423 Texas Street. BARGAINS FOR:ALL. MONEY SAVERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Just received, 100 Ladies' Jackets, jast what you want for siow, $1 60 to *5 00. You will havetto see them to acnreciate the prices we are making on he.n. Ladies and mniarens' Underwear. Ladles Union Sultt ..... . .... .. ................. ...t SC ach l.adies' Union Suits. Onieda Cut. / (hildren.' Union Suits. all mite ..... Lhlidrens' Vest and Pants, itavv Fleeced 1..... t each, Iadle Wrappers ............. to Flanneletts, for Ladt4e Wrapprrs . . . 16 yard .2 Milk Shirt WakIt. 3 5.b kind .... *) Silk Shibrt Waist. 6 00 kind .. . . .... 4 ' 'U Ladles" Rainyday Skirts 40 to3 35 Something for Cool Nights.-4 nkets and Comforts. Rlan ......................... ..... .... to 3 00 pair . 3c iP 2 'eack. K eye un Our Rug and Matting Debartmcnt. NEW GOODSDAILY. Peoples' Store. The Low Price Makers 423 Texas Street. Apples, Apples, Apples. Oran...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 January 1901

E .HIREVEFORT PAWNBROKER. -I]THE ONLY LOA..T OFF:ICEO IN TO'VN. toeme remarkably Fiue Bargaine In Forfeited Diam5d RiugR atud BroAon.c AAko cnm sr rt va'r. in unredeemed: Watches. A full 111zry Noveltles and Flue (jold Jewlry always dlsplsa}i in, our rauc. (;et iour )ric on mu ic 1 instrrellte. lOANED ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY. 419 Texas Street. r~rir- - ý - - TUE CAUCASIAN. .. IN con C iWgi o co~any OFFCIAL ORQGA V OF THE PARISH OF CADDO The 81 nation: ,Yes, Robe is is golg borne beeotase the war is over.' "And Klteheaer ?' "Oh, he's going to stay beeause it isn't."-Puck, Kild Lady-"Poor lellow, lavt yeO no kMends?" lisp Ilazzard "N4 muti; I haln't got nobody bu. reMIee." T p ie lekly dlrr tolu'a FLbrespa I etlres srOuls, eruptions, tatar!t;, bewutlbasm, dyspepsas, uervous trouble. sadl.I m.y Lake at with coat lence t.u t 1 dill dO for you what it has done lotr Th SeOa-irritating cathartic is Uood's PIll Kruger is atut " c a' auoder Jew of Europe." The old man is lthard to ges fight...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 January 1901

Grenat Cleari nce Sale THE TI a.\STORE. 1 bh( elIlire stock of 1)r; (;"n,..'. , ' ,, ",'" sd H~ a ts, Ladies and (;,14s urtuis ,,, IrO,.0.-, "'lt j: , ..-, c ?.,i 0 Iow being bAld out at pric a to -Fnit # vrvryhody. Special Bargaine it Ftie I. I: v `~ re anud Ready Made Skirts and Wai ts. Call at once at.d 'vou w; ' F -, " .,, II; make your in nor go. ITe ',;ei o : n,~ - Is PL to.re. 147 Tex.: r, t iit\.VEP)LT, LA. LAR.- , .- -.. y, , NEARTI- WRIT-" FOR . . ,".._ :7_ _pRICES ANoD .CA TALQUE OUR ASE A Lq KARMRYMFG. *Indnnapc's ...CHERP RRTES IiusTCNEAST W sir TEXAS RAIIv,'AY 'O.FFERP THII E1BFST .SERVICESi AND CiiEAP1'ESIT ,ATE- T' -- ~ALL SOUHTWEST TEXA* Taylc:, Temple,' Au! iin, San Antonio, N S MELDRUM, W H TAYLOR, WM DOHERTY Ger Mgr. G F& P'A AGPA Labor Saving Reading for Busy Men and Women, in T,:, TH.E O .UTLOO ? ",, Acent a da!a A Weekly Newspapcr and an I lus 'a-d I;5,aroc in one. Tc!ý the story of world-happcenings every ve:k in h :f. !- -'- para graphs. Lyman Abbott is ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 9 January 1901

r, Irritation of the in .at;gentle, } om.pt, t!,orou-n Ileans'ig. wnLc rou take THE CAUCASIAN, B IRbErPORT, LA.,eJanusry 10 1IO1 PSeket Edition of Dr Hump breys' Manual. Its yeerable author here gives the ire It of half a century of professio1 hl experpence in peraccting hi~ syr t.e of medlcine. As aguide to thos Who an his speciics, and valuab!L haute as to diet and care of the sick this Manual oI44 pages is admirably eystemited fo tueir needs. The pro fession? oone which pervades every pe"g of the book, augments its value This pooket edition coutaius a por trlt of the author, and the cover is a beasUtfal half-tone from an oridgi.s; iodel, sad will be sent tree, post ag prepald, on request to the uiuml brelV' Hdi e Comp any, corn's William and John atreets, New York. HBow's This? We oler One Hunudred 1ºjlisrs Rewa t ter s * et catarrh tuat olanot 0e cure: "I bLy r atrub tiure. pj (;gllN. - O., Prol s. To e,.,, t eeT, tIe uiouoeaoer , _ave h,'oH,. r J h iot e l temst eltet .i ear, a...

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