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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 June 1903

Matte, Miss Mattie; Mor J. Z; Moser, Lizzie. Rosie; Nelson, Mrs. Lie [Miss Mattie; Paling, Miss er, Miss Hattie; Pye, Pierce, Miss Areain; Pyre, )pe ,rry, Mrs. Ellen. rMattie; Riggs, Mrs. Lee; Ary; Roberts, Miss Nancy. Mary; Smith, Mrs.- Ln; Elizabeth; Scarborough, 11, Miss Josephine; Seass Lucile. Miss Lethia; Williams, ; Williams, Mrs. Mary; Miss Ethel; Walden, Miss ia, Miss. Fannie. theran. LEMAN'S LIST. Lbr. Co.; Alds, Ray; Al Brackin, S. L; Baker, L M. ; Birdlong, Earnest; Beveas, F. E.; -'.; Berden, Lee; Beach; E. ; Brooks, Joe; Brafis. N. O.; Bower, R. J. , Chatman, Wasb; Cox, e, J. H. ; DeMoss, Walter M,; ; DeSessions, James; Disc, A. B.; Duncan, ; Evans, Tom. e N. C. Cao; Fleming,& Harry M.; Friedman ; Friedheal, Geo.; Fos e, Will; Fuller, Robert. Green, Dr. S. G. 2; Goss, Ben; Guillaume, aye, W. H.o; Had. in, Floyd; Hodge, F. M.; Gilborn, G. C; Hill, W. ; IHenry, Wal Daf ; Heury, Msa; S: Hagn . ý'k sin f !P vl. T THE TABL One of Many Faults HERE are a good many things ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 June 1903

KING AND (JEEN OF SERVIA SLAIN Lives of Other Notables Have Also Been Taken. I MILITARY FORCES DID THE DEEDS Pretender to the Throne Is at Once " Proclaimed Ruler. i HE IS KNOWN AS a KABAGEORGEVITO$ h A New Governmeat Has Been Fermed and a Preelamaetia TellinI the g Populaee of the State of Affairs Promulgated. Belgrade, June 12.--A military revo lutlon broke out here Wednesday night. Troops, who revolted under the leader. Cc ership of Major Anagkovlcs, Surrounded the palace, assassinated King Alexan der, jtueen Draga, the latter's sister. the queen's brother, Nickodem; Premier d. Markovitch, Ministers Pertrovitch and tL Tudorovics, General Pavlovitch, former ii minister of war, and some members of ti. the royal guard. to Prince Karageorgevitch was pro- re claimed king. A new government Was formed and the following proclamation was issued: "To the Servian People: Last night as the king arqd queen were shot to death. Q1 In this grave and fateful movement th friends of the fatherland ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 June 1903

SIMONI COOPE. R BROS., Sale and Feed SABLES 'TOCK LOTS. ts in the City as & Texas Sts. JIOHE s7. Horse Sales Department and Spring Streets. R. SMITH, and Counsellor ;t Law. lding, on Sorinn street. mall State and Federal OETZ, Groceries. AS STREET. nmine my new clms Y YOUJ OM ye rf ? f j Y ABOUT THE SAME. Litle Apparent Change Thursday in the 'lood at East St. Louts. Rt. Louis. June 12.-The situation in East St. Louic remains about the same as Wednesday night. The flood on the south side is still being held back at Missouri avenue, where levee' workers are unceasingly at work, as elsewhere. and thousands of workmn are ready with bags of sand to stop any break that may occur. The decline in the river's stage of a traction of an inch Wednesday night does not make any apparent differende the height of the flood, but shows that the river has a tendency to fall. The stage at 7 a. mi was 3.9. This may r-lieve the situation greatly if the fall continues, but until there is a decided de...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 14 June 1903

T 'E CAUCASIAN. SUNDAY, JUNE I4. 1903. DENTIST . Dr. T. M. Comegys, dentist, office Cooper building. WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE When y:ou want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate, acci dent insurance or building and loan stock, see W. C. Agurs, in the Cooper building. On July I to io the Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip tickets to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver at rate of $27.15, limited August 31. COTTON BELT SPECIAL RATES. On July 7, 8 and 9 the Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip tickets to Atlanta, Ga., at rate of one fare plus $2, limited July i5. J. M. WILLIAMS, C. E. Surveys in Caddo and Bossier par ishes. Correct' work guaranteed Office with Parish Surveyor, court house Shreveport, La. LEATHER LIFE. Ask the man, Morton, the harness and vehicle dealer, 203 Texas street. He will tell all about it. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWrrTER. A young lady desires a position as a stenographer and typewriter. Apply at the Caucasian Office. AT THE DEMOCRATIC-PRIMA...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 June 1903

VHE CAUCASIAN. SHREVEPORT, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE i7, 1903. NYDER WAGON CO;, UJMITED. Corner of Oary & Winsten Streets. Business Wagons of All Kinds. Carriage Spdrg ,, Iusive Agents for Goodyear Wing Rubber Tires, the Best Rubber Tire on the market. "Get busy," and do business with us. : r Wago Co. Ltd, Sbrveport, La. 5151a Pri.. A. P. JEINSI V.Pres. S. J. ENDERS, S c. & Trte. RSFIJIETURE CO., Ltd., WUOLISALE AND MT.J Firoitris, Mattrsss, a d W Paper ~ I et ' Se ts Li -Ml-n, Art Sq ae, Car. t aaS"k0us tkr a A cati 4OAs l , SI4 " .i~ýMY 4 :1 y. yyý M s ýý = Txi .. ^ y13s!ý. .. "e "'"111 , q.ýýý" . f 4l- ý ' Ao 1 r k 'To s s tis*' u, IU 19)12 4 *4 ..3 4f 1*E W. A. PLEASANTS Fe Has "Crossed Over the River to Rest Under the Shade of the Trees." W. A. Pleasants was born in Virginia in 1841. His demise occurred at the residence of his sister-in-law, Mrs. F. A. Leonard, on Sunday, June 14, at 4 p.m. He died of Bright's disease. He located in Shreveport soon after the historical confl...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 June 1903

IAN. of the d - $DAY, 17l, 1903" of as edit of recent I ' t p olitical t the State cam age l- is, as far ms cucerned. The was launched, e the first the command to honest, ", .s n nd ft is said e admin galassusid gaite an Ms, de Iike tb tO =if ht -i . r at. cx ýr Yx: .r ý x ;xý2 gip. "t k s .. 4 PRIMARY ELECTIONS. Will the State Central Committee heed the demand of the people for nowni nations by primary elections? It is questionable, but, the -*w who have manipulated the political program may realize that the better policy is to not antagonize the great majority of the Democracy who vote. The issue in Louisiana is plain. The fight should be for principles and not men. The people want home rule, that is, they demand a return of the power which was vested in the governor when the State was in dang y of control by aliens, carpet-laste* political thieves and scoundrels. A nd the people demand primary elections because they desire to express their choice directly for men who will represe...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 June 1903

Whe- 8 __ a x r He gave her presents rare; But Sheba looked on as his gifts With a disdainful air. * ." Until he gave the gift of gifts, The se he bew was right And said, "akoma biscuit," * Thea she gurgled with dLSSSE-WILS CRACKER 4 CAUDY CO. Kna nm..t I.UII TilE FAMOUS "WHITE MOUNTAIN" REFRIGERATORS aftd ICE CHESTS * Are now on exhibition at F. MARTELE & SON. One of these with ": sarrace" Gasoline Stove, a "Wond r" Freezer, an airy Hamnmok, wiU fix you up to withstand the torrid :heat of the coming sum 'PVm 85$. 211 Texas St. STo ; cheap Frniture, Bed RoeomSuits, im Ghoodsm Office Furniture, SRugs, Yerndu ud.Lwawn Goods. 065Mi PRCEDEPREYOU BVW . Se e $A I J c[3 . *3 .` ac #St ph s n 1! ttl :' a IT AV j p ;' 4 T a *W ~of ' . .t4 z - e JURY VENIRE. Venire of First District Court of Louisiana for May and June, 1903: For week commencing third Monday in June i Case, Charles. 4 Ramsey, George D. 4 Barksdale, L. M. 4 Barker, Albert. i Barker, A. D. 4 Britt, W. R. 4 Latta, Albert. 6 G...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 17 June 1903

1 -i6'ý 0 rXY `ý ý$OiANc xv 1 i i prr ýt }I. 7 BeltY4 M 3y. lip .re=3Fý N1 Lr ttv .F-F } TUE CITY COUNCIL (Continued from page 1.) ing of said Marshall street between the range line and First street in said First street. Be it further ordained that the mayor be and is hereby authorized to dispose of the strip on southwest side of Mar shall street in the Tucker subdivision which may front on any of the property named in first paragraph to the wners of the property fronting thereon by preference and obtain from them a suf ficient sum to meet the cost of acquiring the property on the opposite side, and quiet them in possession of such quan tities of fronting as will line up some 66 feet wide from the range line to a point consistent with the angle of said range line with First street. Adopted by following vote: Ayes: Allen, Busbey, Coneer, Currie, Dickson, Foster, Jenkins, Ledbetter, Lowenthal, Quigles, Rand, Snyder, Tho man, Tusten, Wise. Nays: None. By Mr. Currie That enforcement 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. — 18 June 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. unle XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA., THURSDAY, JUNE I8, 1903. No. 373. YDER WAGON CO. LIMITED. Corner of Gary & Winston Streets. ness Wagons of All Kinds. ra e Repa Riqallqg and .Trimnlg. Agents for Goodyear Wing Rubber Tires, he Best Rubber Tire on the market. :Get busy," and do business with us. r Wag, a CO., Ltd, Shrevprt, La, Pre.. A. P. JENINS,'V.-Pre S. J. ENDERS, Sec. & Tres. SFURNTURE CO, Lth, *UOLESALE AND RETAIL Furnilare, Mattresses, .Wille Stads,,Wall P sper. :..: F y hot t Iu lca no, Art Squa res, Car. WO'qr aictures. Aheay grting. -AS ý k= xx"1ý +Ae "ý 0 q Ry y 7-_: AWý yZý i.tj"' l z. VY `ý J m.4 $ATZMT-. I S S '4 s ý' rir~.~ :·I VIMM :·. 204 K u 0,04b X3 °" xF _ _ C za~,` !v I: W. A. PLEASANTS He Has "Crossed Over the River tc Rest Under the Shade of the Trees." W. A. Pleasants was born in Virginia in 1841." His demise occurred at the residenc of his sister-in-law, Mrs. F. A. Leonard on Sunday, June 14, at 4 p.m. He diet of Bright's disease. He located ...

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 June 1903

KIG ANA qUEEN OF SERVIA SLAIN Lives of Other Notables Have Also Been Taken. MILITARY FORCES DID THE DEEDS Pretender to the Throne Is at Once Proclaimed Rualer. HE IS KNOWN AS KARAGEORGEVITOH. A New Government Has Been Formed and a Proclamation Telling the Populace of the State of Affairs Promulgated. Belgrade, June 12.--A military revo lution broke out here Wednesday night. Troops, who revolted under the leader ership of Major Angikovics, surrounded the palace, assassinated King Alexan der, .4ueen Draga, the latter's sister. the queen's brother, Nickodem; Premier Markovitch, Ministers Pertrovitch and Tudorovics, General Pavlovitch, fc~mer minister co war, and some members of the royal guard. Prince Karageorgevitch was pro claimed- king. A new government was formed and the following proclamation was issued: "To the Servian People: Last night the king and queen were shot to death. In this grave and fateful movement friends of the fatherland have comr bined to form a new government, Wh...

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 June 1903

srUox COasMs ER BROS., Sale ae lFed )ABLES STOCK LOTS. Turnouts in the City sluifan & Texas St. PRONE 57. Horse Sales Department and Spring Streets. R. SMITH, y and Counsellor at Law. Bnilding, on Sorinu street. in all State and Federal BOETZ, ay Groceries. -TEXAS STREET. examine my new clanu fiUY YOUlI - and 3id a 1111 5.6 4 1 ! 0Brst .dx vs + ý ma : " 'F : _ ; ABOUT THE, SAME. ttle. Apparent Change Thunsday in the Flood at east St. ILoais. Rt. Louis, June 12.-.T situation in East St. Louis remains about the same as Wednesday night. The flood on the south side is still being held back at Missouri avenue, where levee workers are unceasingly at work, as elsewhere, and thousands of workmn are ready with bags of sand to stop any break that may occur. The decline in the river's stage of a traction of an inch Wednesday night does not make any apparent difference the height of the flood, but shows, that the river has a tendency to fall. The stage at 7 a. m. was 37.9. This may -"tieve ...

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 June 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. Official Journal of the City of Shreveport. THURSDY, JUNE 18; 19o3. JASTREMSKI'F PLATFORM. In the Caucaian's issue of recent date there was published the announce ment of Hon. Leon Jastremski as a can didate for Governor in referring to which editorially we suggested that he give a definite interpretation of his words "to elect all public officials whom it is practicable for the people to elect." In his explanation given in the Times-Democrat Mr. Jastmeski says: "Were the people of Louisiana to con fer upon me the exalted office of gov ernor, I confess I would hail with de light the curtailment of the extraordi nary powers under which our execu tives have toiled, to the very last degree compatible with the public exigencies, for thus relieved of this 'white man's burden,' I would devote myself entirely to the promotion of the industries .nd general interest of the commonwealth. "Just as the power to appoint the police juries was remanded to the peo ple, could, in the ...

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 June 1903

OYED A TOWN the Victim of a Ter. Cloudburst. :FOLLOWED RY SUDDENLY. Persons Believed to Been Drowned. DRED BODIES .BEEN RECOVERED If of the Inhabltants rtunate Place Lose yes in Almost the Itag of an Eye. June 17.-Following a Iai of water twenty feet n the gulch of Willow sad drowned nearly hair tants of Heppner, Ore. er carried the business away. So great was " water that boulders were rolled along the everything ni their and railroads were complete reports have. ed. The most reliable the loss of life at at least 500. though probably is larger. Ione, seventeen miles says that 300 bodies, the flood, ha.ve been Miood came with nsuch the inhabitants wtere as aof safetty. tad a death byr t eaw. Some of the4hum w. vhic ta oto high:. -httean~o& thad.8 6 a2`Y' ýT:ý .1rrd ytKp w ýti r. $ T-ABr / o of Mn i"ults e IIHERE are a good many things that would make eat j ing a.more graceful perform ance if they were observed," remarked the critical woman. "For instance?' queried the girl who h...

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 June 1903

LOSSES NOT KNOWN. The Amount of Damage Done at East St. Louis Cannot Yet Be Learned. St. Louis, June 12.-That the crisis of the flood situation in East St. Louis has passed, so far as that city Is con cerned, is generally accepted as a fact by the citizens of East St. Louis. Boat crews which Wednesday strained their. energies to the point of exhaustion .in rescuing the prisoners of the flood, Thursday occupied themselves in sav ing property and bringing to higner ground belated refugees who were in immediate danger. The river Thursday night was stationary at 87.9 feet. Since the break in the Illinois Cen tral levee the flood has made no dan gerous breaks, although the flood area was further increased by seepage. Some water has been finding its way Into the territory between Missouri avenue and St. Louis avenue. People in this dis trict, however, have not been compelled to leave their homes, although it is nec essary for them to use boats to obtain food. East St. Louis Thursday as a ...

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 June 1903

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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 June 1903

Whocass Dealrs in All Klnds of Produce, Field and SGarden Seeds. of SHREVEPPORT STEAM BOTTLING ORKS ands, .REVEPORT STEAM CAND ~: FACTORY. to 525 Spring Street, Shreveport, La. HITE MOUNTAIN" RIGERATOIS and ICE CHESTS Are now on exhibition at F. MARTEL & SON. with an "Insurance" Gasoline Stove, a "Wonder" Freezer, at will fix you up to withstand the torrid heat of the coming sum. 211 Texas St. Chancee-", o buy chea Friture, Bed Room Suits, ug Roms Goods, Office Furniture, tting, Rs, Veranda and Lawn (Joods. ET My PRICiE BEFOREYOU BUY . A. Stepheonson. _ alei. 4,k fa 4.," y J n^. c - Yfi ry -10 Ir'S z t 4 .ý µ3 r e S+TNS, r Y"f -..yt T. i?.z+"3y° f tj. Vr 7x'7 MýF TALMAGE SERMON By Rev. FRANK DE WITT TALMAGE, D.D.. Pastor of Jefferson Park Presby terian Church, Chicago Chicago, June 14.-In this sermonic talk to the children, appropriate to the day, there is a message to the heart and life of every American boy and girl and to the parents also. The text is Matthew six, 14, "Suffer...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 June 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. THURSDY, JUNE i8, 19o3. DENTISTRY. Dr. T. M. Comegys, dentist, office Cooper building. WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE When y:ou want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate, acci dent insurance or building and loan stock, see W. C. Agurs, in the Cooper building. COTTON BELT SPECIAL RATES. On July 7, 8 and 9 the Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip tickets to Atlanta, Ga., at rate of one fare plus $2, limited July 15. J. M. WILLIAMS, C. E. Surveys in Caddo and Bossier par ishes. Correct work guaranteed Office with Parish Surveyor, court house, Shreveport, La. " LEATHER LIFE. Ask the man, Morton, the harness and vehicle dealer, 203 Texas street. He will tell all about it. AT THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. At the coming Democratic primary I will be a candidate for parish assessor. It will be a pleasure to see every voter if possible to urge my edaims. Respect fully : GEO. L. WOODWARD. PAINTS AND WALL PAPER. Wellman's is headquarters for paints and wall papers. Alwa...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 June 1903
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 June 1903

SCA CASIAN. XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA., SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 19o03. No. 374. ER WAGON CO., r of (t? Winston Streets. s aWbn s of All Kinds. i:ss nts for Goodyear Wing Rubber Tires, . st Rubber Tire on the market. IbwP *'do business with us. Wagen Co., Ltd, ort, La A. P. INS. V. S.J. BtR5I SI c & Tr ms. ai.e. lattresses, Shi-e, W ial pt.r aasp Tellet sets, -I~ole Arteere, ar Wal~aeralfUtam A ery reid, F. ý : 1b. tTyeP 'AZ m a l.F 1}.'yam ý°' p:t S. yý a 1ý'c r. ke+stýr :% f i'a t st. Or s or ca x z4 190 ;.~E~·r* xs. is gay=.^: fir. ;"-: '> d' .ý-.?",..; ý: Fi " W' ýýf'Y'y "-ýY r _ je, IN PEACE, FRIENDS. THE CONFEDERATE DEAD AT CAMP CHASE. The Blue Honor the Grey With Floral Tributes of Respect-Reminis cence of the Past. The Caucasian has received a marked copy of the Columbus, O., Citizen of June so, which directs attention to an editorial in the words following: "Tomorrow the Confederate Associa tion of this city, with the assistance of friends of the North and South, repre senting bo...

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 June 1903

CUSTOMS AT COLLEGE SPRINGTIME QIVERSIONS OF THE YALE UNDERGRADUATES. Selectlio of Members of the Secret oetetieot-The Histore Fence 'and Hlow It Ia Terasmitted From Class to class." (Special Correspondence.] New Haven, Conn., June 8.-The weeks Immediately preceding com meOcedent at Yale are filled with un 4.erlrauate celebrations of all sorts, many of them absurd in the eyes of the outsider, but all of vital intere't to the students, leading up to the riotous clasu reunions of the alumni during com mencement week itself. Tap day, just past, is the chief of these functions. On that day the ex pectant junior learns whether the greatest social honor of his whole col lege course, an election to one of the three senior societies, is to be his or not. This is a thing to be coveted-g. te l t hat not oely because .f t*e e-en Cib. e among his fellow ste. dets wthich it gives him, but because its int.nce is felt throughout his aft. -.t .s uAP >DY 50553 At TAE. er life. Maonbw Skull and Bon...

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