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The Progress. (Shreveport, La.) 1892-1900, October 23, 1897, Image 2

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October 17.
W W Williams, Rev C S McCloud,
David Savage, Arthur Thompson,
J B Smith, V N Hemeria,
Colored, 2.
October, 18.
Jas Howard, Colored, 2.
October, 19.
G 1Hemmeria, Thos Hyde,
Willie Davis, John F )ieinhart
Pat Donashue, MrsA C Miller,
Mrs M E Allen.
October 20.
Jesse Jackson, Wormlev Rose,
wl McCiutchen, Mrs M £ Alston,
Mrs U Marsh.
October 21.
Margaret. Charltor, Robert Young,
Mr High's child.
October 22.
Mrs J F Wearer, A W O Hicks, Jr
Sister Rose, Colored, 1.
October 23.
W J Wilkinson, E Barnes,
Chas Mcea J B Boone,
Harry Deloch, Colored, 3. 1
October 24. t
Isaac Kahn, Fred Sweitzer,
Mrs T B Jordan.
October 25. a
Mary Donovan, Jas Turner's child.
October 26. 9
M A Walsh's child, Andreola's child, 1
John T Whiteman, Laura Cain,
colored, L
October 27. it
W W Miller Jas Nathan, s
Thomas M dill, Eliza Netler,
Robert wortman.
October 28.
Mrs Stoner, Frak Garcia,
Mrs Ha brabk, Colored, 1. P
October 29. zE
Jame Divinney, J Chamberlain. a
October 30.
M loower, Bettie Tacker, la
October 31. 3'
W F Brewer J L Bray,
Pyton B W'ard, Colored, 1. Y
November 1. m
H'rIomas.
November 3, pa
RJ Mea)il, Colored, 1. lo
November 4. t
Willie Heffner. wl
November 5. th4
John MaCloud. en
November 6. ti
Anna -----, Robert Gilflilin.
November 8. lea
Morits, infant, T. Oats. in
November 10.
W P Simpson.
DBATHS IN THE COUN-NTRY.
U.B Holloway, Mrs U B Holloway, ie
St Buolloway, L Baer, the
makis Daznlap, S Bahr,
MaDe, B llrn, CVCoby, pie
HiT ournoy,. Dr A Flournoy, pe
W aaenoy, Dr J B Wie pe
Wa Fose BR T Noel,
J W Jekins, N Sather ad tha
oT na e,,r T Wosters M
*A 1i lW ie's A Ma3n.leld, I.
eant J 8 Walker,
Col J J RoHdge and P
th iod- child, ab
AXhrthur --Wimbish.
ru N Nors, earoer W Johnson, chu
we IUademy, Joe B Hobbsd, P
llt 881*4 ,rwese. Robert L Gilmaer, reli
0t total naumber of deaths, s shownPro
hobw I six ahundred and thirty-nine l31O
hltasad anme hundred and twenty col- Wor
M
Many a person tries to shun his watt
*esponsibfity of a public evil by and
tshttblg his eyes to the sight of it. go,
____ _ -- * wrib
$. " pmuon who aill not believe man
S erimixnals in a crime re- for 11
tp ~ anautrol Cqm-. B
Hev. W. S. Penick.
oud,
,pso, To-morrow Rev. 1W. S. Penick
will preach his farewell sermon to
his congregation and friends at
the First Baptist Church; and no
doubt a large congregation will
fill that sacred sanctuary.
It is to be regretted that Dr. Pen
ick is to leave Shreveport. THE
PROGRESS feels that in his depart
S ure morality will have lost an able
' champion, the church a strong
preacher, the Gospel here an earn
est, eloquent advocate.
Dr. Penick is naturally a man of
Jr great force; his impress will al
ways be found in any community
to which he connects himself. fHe
is a scholar, a student, a teacher,
rich in stores of knowledge, cul
tured in the dispensation of these
gifts to the betterment of society
and the psychological forces of
ild. the human family. A polished
gentleman, genial, courtly, chari
table in the two great senses of
material gifts and love of the fam
ily of man, he has endeared him- S
self to the citizens of Shreveport, U
who love him for what he is, for -
the good that he has done.
It will seem strange that Dr.
Penick is no longer a citi
zen of Shreveport; that his Th
commanding figure will be seen d '
no more on our streets; his cheery He
laugh and handshake greet the li
young men in their places of busi
ness no more. The young men! Ia
Yes, he is a friend of the young Tel
men. He can be and is their com- an(
panion and counselor in one. They On
love to have him call around and
talk with them. They feel better
when he has done so. Aye, truly,
the young men love, admire, rev- -
erence Dr. Penick, and it is a sad
thing to them that he must go.
Rev. William S. Penick will Mit
leave Monday for his future home and
in Elizabeth, North Carolina, and mer
he and his family will carry with ]
them the high esteem of our peo- Fr
ple generally, all of whom rejoice
that their new home will be a
pleasant one, among a cultured
people and a splendid church
membership. Bt
Mrs. Penick will also leave a void
that will be noted with pain and
C' her friends will sadly miss her
In her mother's sphere, and as the
id pastor's wife, she has well and
ably fled the position. The lady THI
n, church workers know her and ap
preciate her great worth. In the
religious-social circle she was a
prominent character, and as a
to meek, earnest, consistent Christian
I- worker she was most invaluable.
May the God of Grace ever
:s watch over Brother Penick, wife
F and children, wherever they may
_. go, is the earnest wish of the
writer, who believes he is a better
B man intellectually and spiritually
for hadving known Dr. Penick.
Bodeanheimer & Lancaster fur-.
nhakugh ?rPP on a on gin houses g
ll rIIg j l U uBuIaSISIaIralM N |I Iu IlW11w111 1|, ItS iWWt.tW i 1fal Ittl 11 1 m] ii119l II
G. L. TUCK, T. P. TUCK, C. B. TUCK.
G. L. TUCK & SONS,
DRALERS IN
florses and Mules
fIRST-CLASS MISSOURI STOCK.
WITH A. C. MITCHELL
STAR WAQOXN YARD...
TEXAOS AVENUE, SHREVEPORT, LA.
19 l11l I1 i.I1llu ll. i l I .II II dll lllt:iJ ll(llJ1.11 il li lll I . ! I i I l I i i I ! ! III li ll
T -- y p- -------_ .
IerC. A. LAR K, JR.,
el
-se DEALER IN
of Wall Paper, Widnow Shades, Mouldings, Picture Frame
Led Wire Screens, and Cabinet Hardware,
of 213 3MILAM STREET.
n- Speeial attention given to repairing and
rt, Upholstsring all kinds of Furniture.
Dr. Important to
citi- l4ose Owuners.
his The foot is the most importadt member of
seen the animal's body; the value of a horse
depends upon the condition of his feet.
eery Hence no foot, no horse. As the remedy
the lies with the owner it is for him to decide
who shall do his shoeing.
)USi
nen! I am the Only Exclusive
Horseshoer in the City.
Telephone connection. Horses called for
om- and returned to any part of the city. Shop
They on Texas street, opposite Cooper's stable.
and Alex Watson,
tter Practical Horseshoer.
uly,
rev
sad CRAND BARBECU
We have just opened at the head of
will Milamn street, a Barbecued Meat Kitchen
and have all kinds of choice barbecued
me meats on hand ready to serve to custo
and mere in any quanity desired to cto
iith Family Orders Solicited.
Feo- Free Delivery.
)ice GUNTER & ROWE,
e a Proprietors.
red p
rch ii
old Buy YOUR DRUGS
Lnd AND HAVE YOUR at
Ler PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED o
AT . .......m
nd HE EOPLE'S n
dy THE I
p- DRUG STORE I
'he Cor.Texas Avenue
a and Jordan Street. ta
a ist
an DR. A. J. ROQUEMORE ,
Prostletor. wi
er tlon
S , . R am lei
y
ie NOTARY PUBLIC.
er
SABSRACTORIF"ITEs
AID REAL ESTATE AST. sir
.. O ppositaouse Sul
*** .....Macle by the Or
: .?r----i
FAVORITE
tKs.
er o Restaurant, Lunch Counter
Sfeeand Saloon,
cide
827 Louisian Street,
Opposite Union Depot.
Ity.
Ifor SHREVEPORT, LA.
hop
ble. _Meals Lunches and Short Orders se
prom pty and satisfactorily.
The Bar is supplied with the cho-
brands of wines, liquors and cigars,w
. are served at all hourb, day and night,
polite and experienced attendants.
- W. A. KELLY, Proprietor.
IFSole agent for......
Kentucky Belle Whisky.
of
en
COTTON.
Present quotations of Cotton are I
regarded by experts as being near cost
production; hence the preference ef some
perhaps many, to hold rather than sell
ing at present prices.
Being assured of this fact by co
pondence reaching me daily, I take
method of givring notice to the publ
and especially those who have add
Sme that I am prepared to advance
"or broceries, or both, on all Cotton t
may be shipped me with request to hold_
eill take pleasure in liquidating matur
ing obligations of planters or merchan
in the Interior that may be payable
Shreveport, or by exchange on New Y
St. Louis or New Orleans. Or cash mar
Sbe drawn on drafts attached to bills o
lading covering ootton.
My charges are reasonable and storing
facilities unsurpassed, and the lowest es
isting rate of insurance in Shreveport is
secured.
it Will be pleased to further correspond
with shippers of Cotton either for sale
on arrivaI, or for storage for an indefinite
Slength of time.
W. B. OCILVIE.
AGENTS WRANTIt. "
Idle men and women, who de- :
sire to make money d'iring the..
summer, can obtain profitable em
yorTlment by securing an agency.
not oPaoy8.WS Experieneo
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