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ere do you buy them? AT TEKU L.SKVS of course.-Fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Umbrellas,
I es, Silver and Silverware, suitable for Xmas gifts.
419 Texas Street, Opposite Postoffice.
P>I#SH OF CADDO
(query which uimay be applled to
Eme mIen : 'How's your head "
SThe usua christmaa casualties by
fireworkg. over stimiulatlon, the baudy
and the ever reidy pistol are re
ported, but.it tak e all kiuds of peo
pie to mak- up the world.
Loyalty to tho Dem )cracy i» "&:
luaistance" wbloe must be demaundd
of Cleveland, au sseuntial absolu:e,
bout which no man can be a
I HIavlng betrayed the Demnc
', f ud must te made to fee1
S*f -ter thau an onemv;
be 410 allo There is respec
'Jaé4 4sod man wóo wi
440f . to u1 party; bu
41 Odil epct hm beeo
ealthr peopie have pure. ric'i
mouritshing blemtl, good appetite
digeston. Bood's 8arsaparlill
theIe, and thus tt makes peop -
- aad keeps th*rm so. oet only Hoou'.
sebesc ured by Bood's thils. 25
ew Orleans States esays: Chi
bound to beat New York
word that the awell social
Iiéy City has settled
ed pigs' feet as the piece d '
at faabiouable luncheons.
ECTING iLD) ANIMALS
OM TEDDY1 S GUN
do corre ponideu't o! :b
Id seniides wori tOatI to
dy RooseveLt's fordh on
that State for thb. p.îrpos
be no lntan hou iî A
3ad a pauic, abj the gamn
'een called upo to or i
resLs of Colorik t, ai
a lijoujtan liîois A
the correspondent everk
,s that the breed wi& b
d during the Lex- u~uet
SGaute P>rotectlive Asfioij»
ever, )a&i a&ready take n ti,
in baund, and 8i driviYg t
tof tbhe mnul atsl8 aud care
diug them iu tbe orse cor
rear of tne uivery Kul"
ed&>- Woud never t inku
for taem.- After bti» lishae
%Ug iu the mnouutanu last
'Lho animalsi will be tune
ad allowed onue more the tb
6 their native wilde.
Ohio man has been Ment to i
Lesing an QLâio girV in serv ,
ere is no tei ing wuat an 'Jn
may do, but why did the ti
,good uw asZLe u a us care
0, he slipped i: and he slipp 1
d left happines. in bi# tracki.
Santa-always a ray divine
the one being who is now
was yeart ago. May he ýive
, to the eno of ue. to cleer
ake hlappy the children who
abiding faith uin tim and love
only children cau.
Ir %IVIlOUL Lthie Kult
1104, bleetling or protru,.i
f 4ruwts wi; refunu vo_
PFase VInmnti tails to ure >
oUI any posiUve informat en
* subject, we infer that tLe
Orry intmpuon will hang op ht
y bef're Curiatmas.
u*h"e wiîl not fool old San a
aa tiime there was a ema t
ined be could uipo e
* boy had a rubber b i
than he was ani Le
he dreplact, expecaug
&tm&& morning. (u,
u*] aud Ahted the
girl and boy .u
did's forget mama
be ~sw &he rob
t11e0 he chook
eVot te work as
to his i1fe. 11o
It Is sead the American girl as the
most expensive In the world. Of
sursce she as, sad she deserves to be.
And is worth morethcn her full
weig it In pare, solid gold, but such a
girl never aspires to and never be
comes a duchess or a baroneeb, ete,
ate. BSch a girl rules tn the bone
as "a Ameriean Queem of Esarts;" Is
glorlied 1. her lovellnes sad is as.
sured the e udeatment, the love in
expressible which coes to her, from
thoes who are to her the deaeit and
the loveliest beIngs on earth.
NOT ENOUGH MEN.
Morn Seldie. Needed In the PbilippiAas
to ariag About Peace.
Utica, N. Y., Dco. 26.-In an inter
view on thae Philippine situation Ad.
mimal Barker aid:
"The diffoulty has been that we have
not had soldiersanoagh is the Philip
pines. The Filipinos have not felt that
they would be protected from the insur
gents in their laa4si If they should
come out boldly in favor of the Amert.
coant tiwre is no telling when the insur
gents would-swoop down da them. We
have not enough troops in the islands to
prevent them. But things are better
now than they have been, although we
should by no means withdraw our troops
without teplelong them.
" With the passage of the army bill
we can send our regulard over there to
take the place of the volanteer when
they are called home In the spring.
This sot only should be done, but must
be dose if the islands are to become
quiet under the American gag. Then,
again, every ofleer whom Uncle Sam
sends to the Philippines 9hould ezes.ies
the strictest fategrity and honesty Is
his methods. Just at this time the people
of the islands woald hag a mai for ly
ing as quick as they would for purdsr,
so greats their euspiclon."
JOINT NQTEDELIV VED.
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BOWERS DRUG STORE
SUCCESSOR TO AUG. J BO(GEL*
Bookt, Stationery, Toilet
Articles atnd Fancy Goods
Kauatwsarer of llavonag Extracts, Prre soda and Mineral Water,
Ageat for Smith Premetr Typewaiting Machlne Garden Seed#:and Novele
Presornpttess Caretully Composaded
With the Freshest sad Nest Drags
Coserseent as, Pasupt Aaestieo. All raver. Appmelestsd.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
FRED W BOWBRS, ProprI etor
Texas 8treet, Corner Market.
Apples, Appi Apples.
Or n g.ge . Oranges,
Mpks ai Orangunl Ipples
A 017 ant 521 Spring Street.
to " the
Van snilv taru
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MISSOURI JViRY 3A LE
How to Prolonc Their Usefulness.
Decoration and Color.
There may be rips in the slide cas
ings or the shades themselves may
need turning upeide down. Fly taking
them off the rollers directions will be
found in print pasted on the roller
which will enable the housekeeper to
make a change that will prolong the
usefulness and freshness of the shade,
though at the expense of a trifle of its
length. The lower hem must be cut
away to release the incased stick, the
shade unrolled and the tiny tacks
which attach it to the roller taken out
Take the shade top for the bottom
by creasing a hem wide enough to hold
the stick. Sew it on the machine
after unscrewing the ring that holds
the cord by which the shade is raised
or lowered. Insert the stick in the
new hem, screw in the ring and care
fully follow directions regarding tack
lag the shade to the roller. By rule
and square see that the upper end is
not only straight, but that it is at right
angles with the sides, else the shade
will be one sided and wabbly. Window
shades are in better taste without a
bottom fringe. They are for use, not
decoration, and fringe only wears into
tatters and rips with the least provoca
tion. Again, the housekeeper who un
derstands her business will never al
low a shade to he drawn down over an
open window. Where privacy is need
ed either close the blind with the case
ment open or close the window and
then draw down the shade; otherwise
it will shortly become discolored and
The color of shades is a matter of
taste. A dark green is best for the
eyesight. When it can be affortTed, it
is well to have two sets, green shades
Inside of white or cream, especially
in sleeping and sitting rooms having
a southern exposure, says a writer who
makes these recommendations in Good
Oriental Casllen Dgealgn.
Cushions are all the vogue and a fa.
vorite Christmas present among the
makers of fancy work. The cut shows
a bright flame colored linen cushion on
which is a very pretty and qualutdeco
ration. The half circles are worked
LINEN CUSHION DEIGN.
long and short stitches in colors to
suit the oriental style of design-blues,
browns, green and black. The dots are
single black stitches.
Table centers, teacloths and side
board cloths in this same unusual pat
tern are elegant and effective.
There are so many forms of mirrors,
and It is so eharming to see the design
of the mirror in secordance, in reso
nance, with the general effect of the
room, to see it so placed that not only
is it seen to the best advantage Itself,
but is also enabled to reflect gracefully,
for, like a pl re, it requires careful
choosing and l placing. People
who Imagine t a mirror can be plac
ed anywhere, made to fill any unoccu
pied space upon, the wall, have no sym
pathy with its real purpose. The life
of the mirror is an analogue to the life
He was bans it a ship
O( the breast l the river of T11m,
As what be s-s i, so have his thouehts bee;
As ib the world o its banks,
So i the his of the mss.
Considered so the mirror becomes In
deed-worthy of our time. It should
cast us some trouble to select, some
thought to place discreetly.
You may have one mirror or many.
It or they must be of the design you
admire, hang where you will, reflecting
as much or as little as you desire. The
primary object of a room is to comfort
and second is to reflect Its owner. And
so the largest mirror in your room
should be the room itself, coeludies
a, hoW? breanh and .ig3tber.
And Christmas cbtast whee'er we A
And gtocklege pinned up in a rowl
Thse aus thy gifts Decemberi
lem BoUullon with Cream (wa bge).
Chidim Paotles "Ued OGwe.
Edeam m Leittuce Leavum, Mayeonaise Degagin
Plegrveid OGier. Whipped B ream.
Co. Trbmy. Miced This. w sadNtelOH"
Ogiegly and Nut balad. Olive
hillV s and Utrawbary lee Cream.
'agsee l Jely.
'tMy aled. OGwemr, 0ay 2¶p Ibadigea
abs hrappe. Almes wadins.
orane mintide basdwiciln
Domboe. SAited Nots.
Coeos, Whipped Crem
The latest gift from a bride to ber
Wide ia a pretty stickpin which is
tbhmrt laie the knot of ribben that Uts
TO THEPUBL L:
You are hereby notified that I will
Night and Day
Except Sunday, and will deliver
Paints, Oils, Varnish. Wall Paper.
Etc., at any time. Iohave determ
ined to keep in the lead and don't
you forget it. Ring Phone 88.
ý1C. C. HARDAAN,
Wholesale and Retail
Lumber, Shingles, Sash
Doors, Blinds and General House
FFICE and SALESROOMS, cor. Spring and Crockett.
LUMBER YARD, cor.;Lake and McNeil Sts. Qkreveport, Li
Great -Clearance Sale'
THE TEXAS STORE.
The entire stock of Dry Gools, (lothing, ;h-b1 and Hite, Liii " and
Gent. Furnisning goods, Trunk,, Valises, etc., is now being sild gut at
pricde to suit everybody.
Special Bargains in Fine Millinery, Capes and Ready iale Skirti and
Call at once and you will see bow far you can make your In mey g i.
REMEMBER THI PiAJCE
711 e '.Teru.,s ; 8BtoIPrT5.
711 'Texas i~ress. 88RE V EPORT, 1, %.
(via the Cotton Belt).
Tickets to the Old States will be sold over the
Cotton Belt, December 20th, 21st and 22d, 1900.
Return limit, 30 days.
S Ask your nearest Cotton Belt Agent for any infor
inaios you desire for your trip. He will tell you the
exact cost of a ticket from your place. what train to
take to make the best time and connections and aid
you in any other way he can.
3. w. LSaeAUME. A. 3. DODGE,
(*sa'I sla r wad Tst Agat , OGeseral TraMs Manager,
/T. LOUIS, MO 8T. LOU'IS. MO.
1900 Season 1901
AIRTIGIIT H1ATERS FOR 1 WOO)D AND CiA L
Olice. Bed-Room and Parlor Heaters.
Nowis the time to select while the line and stock is con,
plete. Cook Stoves and Ranges, the Cheapest and
the Best. Don't forget that we are the leading
House furnishing people for the people.
F. Martel e morn,
11 Texas St. , 'Phone 555
0 DATE IN WORK AND APPLIANC.ES
&rsvaport Ptumbioi & Electrici Cooe
Are supplied with the best improved supplies for
Bath Rooms, Lavatory, Closets and all work connected
with plumbing. Special attention given to Repairing
Gas and Steam Fitting. All work guaranteed. Pricas
Office on Milam, near Spring Street.
S- - 8M.WRILS
NEW WHOLESALE FRUIT
T1mxt4enr &e well,
108 Texs Street*
Havegeogtsatly on band s fall stwek of Fruit and Produce. Wri O us
or MM when to ueed of any artiles to oer line. Ail goods fresh, qi Ott ,
garsatesi. Priesm as low as the lowest.
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