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title: 'The Progress. (Shreveport, La.) 1892-1900, December 31, 1898, Image 8',
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Ice again Monday.
The street sprinkler has been in
neceseary demand here this week.
Our friend, Mr Augus.t Erickson,
has moved his store around on
Lou :.'ana street.
Ti e Progress is making no cornm
P o;i;, euit: -plecriid weather
is bt· \ -a- , ri while the Texas
aver ue paving lie. dormant.
Th:: grass in the yard or Mr. C.
S. Steere burning Tuesayi a"
noon rr nde the fire deiartrflent "et
a h 'r. Vel. But the grroand
had Lii sa( before the 6gv
Ther: .' aU cl:h,.-t a total eclise
of tiz: mnlj: Tu r-dayv night untii
after i r>'Ylock.
The in urancý a1u rs rhav
bee. in the hit: - ''s ek !ir
t i. s of t.he last big tire.
'1 man who can re!i h *vw much
the ots..: fi ow ought to gi ;,
as numerous in Shreveport is hle-
Beautiful, clear, luvely, but in
properly expresseC, the kind of
nights we have had lately.
The Grand Order of the Orient
is the coming lodge in lhreveport.
That's all right.
The Progress is uinder co;iga
tions to its frier d, Mr. Y. V Pey
ton, for the editor's Christmas
Go to Wagner Bros for fine,
chice meats, neatly Dressed and
cut to suit your taste.
City Market House.
Town Talk says that the oldest
house in Alexandria was burned
Christmas morning at 2 o'clock. a
Which Was It? f
Either the moon or sun or our edi- '
tor was on abender la.tTu·rday h
morning. Becatse we e.ithrŽ : 'e
the m-ion still trying to :hire h
anad ;t I after da li ht' -'
r -v e had 'er. .. ..
nps ~~rrh arri;-edlatS
e --at 'I :
to-morro", mornr n rg '
Als-o the usua prayer FErti . t
Fridcy :Ty e:lg at half p1a-i ' I
Look 'lie lIam: onjf rfjir Cf
ttr1-:rir- frcr tw-o (7noi·_~.
Ifi1;h e:· p~'i.iA ons - course. :
Ccm- et :t TO 1xas enue eth- n'
odist S.:day school to-morrow at li"
9:30 o'cin$'k. You will receiv- Pr
cordial welcome. wc
The Progress is indebted to to
Messrs. Swift & Co., porkers of as
Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, so
St. Joseph and St. Paul for a hand- un
some calendar for the coming year. glo
This was the courtesy of the Kan- fas
sas City house and they will please suc
accept our earnest thanks. lac
Two young boys, Eddie Lam- lad
bert and Sonny Armistead, aged no
7 and 9 respectively, engaged in we
the rather rough play of shooting at cloi
each other with air-guns Wednes- coil
day, and Sonny was painfully and
wounded on the lip. Dangerous ter
play, boys. cobi
At Parkryiel. ove
The Christmastree and exercises wra
at Parkvliew Baptist Sunday Tues- ing
day nlghtwere interesting and in- ratli
*iaeviye. The tree was beautiful plai
and receivedcommendations from and
the audience whieh were exceed- the
ingly complimentary and encour- now
aging to the faithful workers in oarj
that portion of our Master's Vine
'The superintendent, Mr. W. Sc
Daveie is an earnest Christian, hav
consecrated to Gled's work and he yet.
Wadjhgs faithful band are doing tohew
Sabi rgood for the general morale theij
4 that community. Jo'o
Seitor regrets that hk could bilh
·Pesent, but camloeework WI
t wIth the coming Mardi for a
~Q festiv~ais absolute p~ir~r~e don't
in £he progress deeply appreciates
k. the kind words which are contain- (
ed in the appended nrote. They i
1, come from the heart ,: a ti
n man, a brave andr ttr1vean:. !t 1 t
couIaged Thfe ),'
C . 1) F 1: .` 1'it ý j J .;
for r .
sisters. Ed learned hi trade a a
1la'~ ;n C a ··;. Ur I hm: '
wih ?.i., paens r.:
sisters. E~d learned his trade, as al i
boy, in The Progress office, and P
the friendship which sprung be
tween the boy apprentice and o'ir
editor has continued to the present 0
day. The Progress tenders him V
the compliments of the season. o
R C, BIADLEY, Zl·l Tecas Strret, n J
Has an experienced man in the Stamp! o0
Departtr.ent, Can deliver stamps on short I
notice at ( HICAGO PRICES.
BEN HOLZMAN TALKS SENSE i
I want first to -res
·ned - ·
about the coming 3lardi Grae ode
bration in Shreveport. I sa:i -
fled that it is going to b e ut i u
.i-f. the biggevr
say ha:? ever seen. I . aI
2 my O*=C.-' lv m'
I. -~ 1-C-
course, wanlt to _ hn ror,
i I . rma-Ir beti'ttngth- e host ý"ir
S1 assuio~ the.m tha;t I h-ave ;Mr~
'i sp le n did opp o:u it o1n b:n. r
is stock taking thfi, ndi '.i cud
m- iuch rather s il the gaoods th
atlist them in stock. hi le e--er
a prulehnt mccha e t: :ae k",
would inuiteily prefer .± :ell m
winter goods at a cicoC ligure
NOW, th n run tCe ri.-k o havrig
to to hold some over. Ar- I kavJ a
ot s:lAndid selection. I have nas
S lsortment of ladies' dregs goods,
- underwear, hosiery, shoes and
r" gloves that will satisfy the most Wo
' fastidious. In dressy bric-a-brac
e such as fancy and chaste ribbons,
laces and general trimmings for ena
.ladies, misses and girls I yield to ney
d no one. And in men and boys fror
n wear it is the same. Ready-made Thi
I clothing, boots, shoes, hats, hose, doe:
Icollars and cunffs, with underwear The
and shirts of all kinds. The win- trail
ter is now half over, but still our ite
coldest weather is yet to come. sho
However, I will sell my stock of vati
overcoats, ladies' shawls and1 sve
s wraps, and my stock of bed cover. pan
- ing at greatly reduced prices; poai
- rather than hold them over. In `ot
I plainer words, it is now dull times r nin
1 and I am in a cheap humor and If inf l
the people will come to see me trair
- now, they will get some splendid pAri
leargains. tr an
BEN HOLZM.AN. of<
Some parts of the country
haven't hearlof ice and snow here
te yet. They are even taking of yel
!ow fever. Guess they are filing
e their applications fr a quarantine
job next year. ,We hope Caffery's
d bill will muzzle t1em.
k What you Can't fad at Carter's
Li for a Christnas gift you certainly i
C don't want. c
The United Wtorkmen.
eiates Louisian2 Ld . '
ntain- Orrlr o rf';i: i 1
ý:ut:c- j*=e_ 't:(.t :4 r:!ýýt'~Ir2 :L *:cerr .or
It A the enIini verr
. nari; 'iyr. rhail' r. r~ ,J'fn
If. IT i . -.
hr I: (j r - )· ~ ki
T ýn !8 , ý,-ru!,l ;:' night,r anv
c v. ± tc Li ! m rileer·: gMr. (r
Ar;lie Crk - ! rd Mr.
J;,hr. Arthur ..-Brand Mr. F.
S licks and Mr. It. aIrndel, Repre
Sto :1.. C; .! Lol ge.
, as a (`CL urdet " in the city, a "A is coii
and posed of progressive men.
g be- Tobtem of the Eagle.
d oir Pontiac Tribe No. 12, Improved
esent Order of Red Men chose its chie'fs
him Wednesday night in the personnel'
u of the following: Frank Serwich,
S Prophet; Michael Bernstein, Sa
chhem; J L, Busby, Senior Saga
more; Wm. Schutt, Junior Saga
. more: Julius Eernstein, Chief of
Records and Sam Dreyfuss, Keeper
shr of Wampum.
Rednmanship i a nhble institu
tion and Pontiac Tribe of this city
NSE is the same old strong organiza
tion it always was.
el he Progress regr"t tha the
a- sience of Mr. C C. 0. Caye,of h
a y and,
tt~ cct32 the 'du!, cold car o
Lads and Steamn Fitters,
)t Work Prompuy Executed by Licensed
or A modern passenger train should
enable the traveler to go on ajour
to ney with little or no deviation
Ye from his daily habits of life.<
le This the "Pacific Coast Limited's'
edoes, with its superior equipment,
arlThe equipment is Unsurpassed, the
1- train being made up of a compos.
ar ite car, which contains a barber
e. shop, bath room, buffet and obser- s
vat~ion smoking department. al
: ides' parlor compartment car, with
dseven puxvate cowopartmenjs and
:. parlr, furnisked as is the corm -
;porite ear, with library and all
OLVonvefieces for correspondence;
I lacies' maid in attendance; i wo
(. or nwre ruilman ten section draw
if ig ro:'m sLteperd, and ulast in the
e train but by io means lease in im- Me
dpurlanjce, Lhe dining car, where
< 2 th srved a (a carte. This
train rep esenits the highgegt type
of car builder's art and runs ifle 1
straightthrogh withot change via o fl
f.Th es & Puc.e ktaItway o. eer a!
a Lcu', Chk ago, Los Angeles, and
San i ranciu wc ek
, Fr m tablmes,sleigcrTp
Sra'e~s§ map n ul nomto
a rt'to E. P. Turzicr, Genera A
SPasscrger &; Ticket Agent. Dalles who
i gWeaks & Walters are the lead- te o
Sing retail family and family gro- te o
cers of Shreveport.
sevenpdvat comprfmPro gr
o r tche Best Bread,
'AKERY AND CONFE :EMER Y
722 MILAM STRF ET
Given Up by Tvhar / Ay
Tni~t· ~ ire the ph '* tr
St(U.l cnrqrr. 'I lip pt(
it a twentv-f : l .r \·- -1 ·, + " n
e It we
hi~~ n t P 7'~1 I K ~G ive .
ii a ch nr r ~. your
terll l ý1 F' ?ý 1 'P , for
Ill f e f ý . 1"j 1'" ( i'a rt .
nhir e lii _ :' t I)Ik"
"hen it comes to quick IetherV.
T .1ephc 89.ALLEN & CURR[Y,
fillasto & Eas;t ¶st TeXas PaIlI s,
,d Thnsto & SarE~cprt R. P
(a i -m~n :SlE elRP
The Short Line From
Y KANSAS CITY ! !
e North. East &West. i
Shrough Pullman Vestibuled Drawing- I
Room Sleeping Cars are Rnr. Between
n-c ing at Shre eport with Thru it
S i! ar Vestibul d Sleepir.n Cari ;o I
cinnati. Chattanooa M'emphiy, ft.
L.: u New Paorkaand a l L:' n Poin,.
o. connectio ns mr'fle at FT'usto3n f'r
.eto . .iSn Xntonf, Rockport, C'or
r lc i c `Iý l S epi? C r R seuýr )n -;
t'. "ý Ticket .- -t', 'r 'X'L "
'Cr E. N. 44LLXS
HOUStn AHo .n o0 t
Houstonr Ho i
Sifilk ýica People
.Tey are great readers
of newspapers and will
have . . . . . ,
Only the Best.
Hencethe large and
lion of . . . I
If you are not now a subscriber,
order the paper at once. Great
events are happening daily, and
you owe it to yourself to
Daly and Sunday........r.2.o a year
Seli-weekly, isseed Tues
days and Fridays........ t.co a year
Sunday only ......... 2.00 a year
mples copies furnished free.
THE TIMES- DEMOCRAT,
4 NEW ORzEANs, 1,&I.
H. LINMAN, Prop.,
ins Wines Liquors, and Cigars. The
Ony Faust Celebrated Anheuser-Buacb
eer always on tap, fresh and cold.
Type-. rtrr .ni Book-Keeper.
A first-class lady type-writer
who understands book-keeping,
wants a situation. Desires some
thing permanent, which Is a mat
ter of more coasideratjon than
amount of salary. Address The
, Shreveport, La.
t TEXAS( PA~CIFIC
2 ci Trains-2
For St. LouItroi. GhlcIl
an d·Ihe EAST.
IupSrerS ew P: men Ve buIed
E flffet S'~cers. Handsome
"=v: C.u:sr Cc.sr. (S ats FrAJ
~r! I.I.~ kL:'l Through
i/ ·C- i9 New
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Surner Exituron Ti
LO .) RATES
- VIA m -
LAKES AND Woo
AND ALL ga
IIN IN US
Por rates, rOates timin t·WT ad alt
ulcltb aeceusar ~or· ramase ti4p,
say Agents yte ýopey.
LA. OLIeoN, 3.0A. JlaBNU3
?iain Puae'pOW, dWIP.'p y..Uvbr
Fr. WOwsTEA. T 3, YlE.
.. W. LaBEAU1AE,
inwd U?. d wuz& .
ST. wmaa Y
Picture Frames, Mouldin
11 Window Shades and
Walt Paper, .
213 U ST., 8HRElI'EtO,
'rSpecia attoution given to Carpet u.
J Fuat In'Yg, uplvlstering #oi k
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