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Mkn'su Furnishin g : Goods,
ATS & CAPS.
No old stock to work off. Tailor-made
Clothing al specialty, Your monely back Y
if you walnt it. U
JAMES E.BOULDIN I,
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'vent toº '-)J:i L.1m
mined to ,
with ti, .
the .r r I :t i
stage r : I
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There wx; sto'in .al
extra larcge t rnt n,;, l)1o _ I
ea8c goht v1 h I meri
$7,018, (and w:<< mV a cIlt , W. h. r
Janca, Longdi. o n on ' due is.
1tised or enp'rvced a ir w it
-buckle and tonluet tloei tile A.
tap well tuor futilg the b nkle. t
"biberal wrd -will be, 'a we the
eturn of the' wa tch to 1e, or to
the Progress. I\lrs. L. L. - IL.i it.
·aiep the'I'eche: t
Sena t or .11.t.sn l ;e a t . <l 1ºi1l c
liO1 a0 1t.on u itn ntr iilid a ~iifi
A;the relie f a x-g n t. r f. Mi:d. p
'Ajfq; for $50,0e, onl prop' rty sa ( by h
,h4 federal government during the war.
federal forces during the war.
Joe Bailey, Democratic leader in Con- g
re, Monday offered a resolution di- tl
ting the judiciary committee to in
.ire whether any members of the house U
14 other federal offices, and whether
`acceptance of these offics vacated s4
Shteats in the house. o:
Dnator Macon has introduced a bill in
lenate directed against Gernmany,
oviding for the inspection of German
r, menats, wines and other food ma
Uets, in retaliation for the proposed tr
an legislation against American
il.Purvis, the Mar'on county, Miss..
lator, condemned to be hanged for 01
or, but who escaped death Ty the
ag of the hangm'n's rope, was
ed yesterday by Gov'rnor Me- SC
iin, who became convinced of his
scenee after investig't'r thl? c5Ue.
agne Bro' ar co ni t hV he
srtly d Meats i n the city. Give
- City Market IHouto- ,n
.WO SIfl1S TO TH.IC STORY.
rtiy dressed young \Vomafrh .m 0
9ity, wearing a h t with a stuffed h
was rambling along n cnuntry l
Dear Cape Ann, when Ahe met a ali
,bare-leged urchin < arying an
1ett with eggs In it. She did not
e to stop him. lee
WiP a wicked hboy," she sa id.
41ould you rob that nest? No an
;;at' Coof moti'er is now grieving ize
ass of her eggs."
et?4 don't care." said the boy,
&waY '"She's on your hat." T
t;·;. .__ .Str
oWagnet Bros' for Fish and
e Almost dail arrivals
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'0 , i , t- T.:* 11111,"DMilllin is
:t, 1 . , ",1 n brought
r 11 hill to P- mit the tuse of his
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t. h e ir [ it r n t",~Ile n
' i,1' m t ti: (" A Ct fl ·i'2\1'r1 mt'se t(
reit tati n, t r te d oo u. Vi ttnr p i
'a rll(rt. it bymation hiv the poastor.
to fi r o fe v 1'. 0 . in dw . T h :; l ti n
Thwere i xceolent in ci cry t'1-' , -
lI'. renabered with skill, aniiran tio. and
ii refet. 'The chloir w an excellent
. pOr, ;in ir the (Iof I) ; ttention paid l
A to every feature was easily ob
I' oie rvcd by 1 hose aecustomned to af
AT j fair r of tce n kindi.e
There is renwc splendid talent in
this Samb ieh sehool, girls and boys n
j;i ca:0bL of playing' an imp ortant c
d. part in circies of polite society, 1i
'' tcr:ttutte and elocutionary art.
The arrangement of the pro
po gran as well as the selections and a
1- the training of the children was
Sunder the immediate control of c
r Miss Lena H. Hughes, still a
d school girl; but a young lady
of splendid talent, attainments and CE
n spiritual character. The decora
n tions to the church were few and01
a modest, but were chaste and at
d tractive, and seemed to bid wel- 01
come to -all who came,
Many encomiums were passed
Q on the exercises and the superin
e tendent is prouder than ever of his tr
' There was a good joke on him
in reference to the program, but d
he will not tell it here. Come
t aia!n, friends. si
The new pastors of Texas ave- wI
nue and the First Methodist th
churches here, preached Sunday. at
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Old Santa Claus, dear friend of the sil
children, in whose wake follows, f
always sunshine, laughter an;. ,
merriment, has come and go e,
leaving behind him happy heartl is
and fond anticipations to be real- gri
ized twelve months hence. co
The kodaks at Carter's 202 Texas
Street are sure shots both in price ur
and effect'vcness. of
The Prnress.does job work. t
0 SihrtepIori W\ill 1I1 %,(Ie
The rir) a n Order ..F LUb . rnt
11t· S as ho.
11( The V 'icee-Ro.)yý i";1 ,
nelnee, ('o-Phionl, ra d P 1)
Shah oi the 1 rinse. f th ( irt
have oc'll notiv ly ii 1lalting
among our. l) i-ines nwnol ;;Ill thle
ipeolple gene'rnally thiu week, ')liciit
S oig fulids for the lmtnt1 two dilys' L
? pageant and celebration in 0F0ru
The amount asked for was
$3,000. The amount is necessary
to defray the necessary expenses
of such an entertainment a.s will
rl do justice to Shreveport, our peo
pie and the order.
ck W'ith this aimin view, the special
deputies of the Grand Pa Di Shah,
under the especial escort of mem
bers of the City Council, lions.
Ben Holzman, John P. Scott,
Ernest R. Bernstein, L. C. Allen
and A. D. Morris, set out to call on
one and all. From Tuesday until
Friday they worked long, hard
and assiduously and have succeed- N
ed thus far in securing in cash and
subscriptions, nearly $2,000. With
j this tsum secured, the committee
has determined to go ahead with
the pageaut, trusting to the gener
osity and business judgment of
iour people to mnke up the balance.
lit If not, then the order will have to
1st give only such an entertaiiiment as
the amount obtained will insure.
hi But The Progress does not believe
that the people of Surevepmitll W
'Ii SubIject thcinei'l'es to that deycee
j of emibarras-mlcent whiiuh `ulh an
cveut n I lee then in.
'i11' r 1
Ii l con:ii iio1 n with the vo ;
it is tloi .g no ne. now re;: ii
Jh' i r" " ; :l l utienl 011( Im~vs'
the i." ean ý ro (l
the F arniimval.
SIt tuo ` 111 n !; T be ised( , tht 1
Order of th Orient·s will gi1 iuclF
,l carnival nas h never bcnn 1r,.
t irntel in }U!r city. It will he a
credit to the business, mornl n ml
1c social stan ding of our people. i
T1''," entire sur·oundiin ; i Tu.LrI .
d Fromt Eait Texas, Southeru At -
Skansas and Miississippi, the people N,
d are eager for it. Drummers coin-'}
ing say that enthusiasm is greatj
in all the towns within the rodina;"
of 150 miles.
n We hope our citizens wil' not
Joverlook this one main fact. The
1 Grand Order of the Orients, nror
only single member of it, is any
more interested in this, than is K'<
Id any other person in the city. Not 10.
a member of the arrangement IA"
d committee is under salary. The Thi
finance committee who did the flu
a soliciting for funds did not re
y ceive one cent of pay for their
services; but threw down their
own business interests and went to]
out to worn' for Shreveport only. tic
The Progress feels assured that Ea
our people will readily appreciate of
a what a big thing these two days' ai
parades will mean to our~ ciLy. da;
There will be twenty excursion an;
trains running in here during the dai
time. There will not be less 10,- to
6 000 people here during the two Fo
days. Can any one be so short- Str
a sighted as to fail to comprehend 5Ct
what this will mean, in a business tic]
way, to our town? And then Bei
t there is the social feature. What Mo
an enjoyable time there will be.
A grand two days' holiday and
sight-seeing for those who can not F
. fl'rd to go to New Orleans or else
1 ":Uv Progress is enthusiastic. It ten
is so because it believes it sees the a
grand thing in store for our entire
Mr. Ben Holzman is now treas- . Se
urer of the Mardi Grasjommittee bam
of the Gratba Order of the Orient. bet
Money to loan by W. C. Agurs* in
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,vi) Te'ns u ni c n~ofrnlan ,n St, .4 ,P-11.
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t" 'a"st ('ardol- l A rrl.t, ' nr f l ytl F t k
itornei rdia-eJ. n .4. Alatner, Vna. a.l
tl RIt h kand-A. It. (oI-'liir . Alto1,
% h, Caldwell-11. W. "A1letI, tilankst">n.
m . lea in ln 1. AiT White, CLdartot . t
1183. .lacksonl-('. W. Allen, Ruston,
IUnion-it. T. S1llers, Walnut IUsnA.
Oua hita -A. :Myatt Myatt.
el TIonv:110-J. A. l rwei1 rd Arcadia,
01 1 'iir t W . Sentell. yollinsburg.
Caidle--Rem George, Blanchard,
htho r,'Ahttto-B. J. Jenkinst Mansfield.
rd Natchit1-hIes- Jt W. Pruthommee
'd- Nat,'hitoches. 0
031 00 -F. S. D)'1n Many,
d Hapides-Fr'd se, Alexandria,
ith "1t"yolnes-A, D. Lafa~rgu,., Marks
vil yv y
ee Phit Etter-IBrit ba oi1nshattan
Iu t l i lian a - D . W pl . Clinton
.b ' u ha " :I nol I ta--J. bT. nut;t. 11 a ', I l
tI 1afayet -.hl en Aru nth Ln afby ett
to Aeeida-J. F. Shf cumak' r, Crmleic a..
ir Chriates To Te OldiStt;. s
.We are ready fT r o ld a olids y
t1i'I~ ton~·-; Belt· Roue il ll trh roundhl tir. ip
r* trilcet tin all kint th o t as
`` Eaodiest , fruitss nilspp an d So
ofttha e Ohio. Our i alt rt o n
l in t,:l andt ovcnu ad et
far forh the rsuindk r triphi. T et
wl be--l' tho t s only thy witw,
14 haul lhnl nu1t t p lab lathy ,I;. t,
r.i day an w il od to raneuuinie .
Shasihalt not smoke irntdrs nor outm,
V0 ,I, ,",,,"E tr',r I > ourd about.
1- 4,Ti. hus lilt. iv\ t pr'aise rcictive Iny plcs
tt :' ',I t-i y maul. by Inc d-e ,;j)!
" m thr t hou shalt strof t 11 stle., Fe
i hi r live a cwith us at ear ne.
tospn Che RistmM wTt the Old StPu3
0 Folk attheOl Homein te od
Stts r 'tis my duty clear, rs ii
S et l well throughout the year. tin
7. I 1,, -, At, In muainner mild and meek,
, Ituic e aeo f rhie Cttion Belt
Roue for ah Fretudm Ehw. La- Dr
Be a. Thu o shale uu hn baby p Dr
C ondfyct te hiloner Groc And qu4rn
Ca my enmmand y rom dayK tcon d r
to Freushcandimliies andaey. daly W
8 Bue f faloC merca
Whs ill be plase tofill any ordnerW
Frts ChRates To T he Old Nuts.
O r For a The l Holeidays. l i
Georg De.rry, adtexas ateue tu
l tickeuets, to. point in the Sotearst
Set telet of the yourorerfor BeS t
, fariygor ahnd fee t t. Lced- to
b rd rnothers. be mind aito rng cto
e ninf theirthay . It. e rrs
are u to date and f tcle rante4
. hi ill be plane excelleant chane W
aito spenhritmas haeith We
o Feolks atte Od om, inrs theue. ol a
*HA Stae For SHT fulpriuas a Ot
Sscenduleete.,pon call on ter near est
Freh up candi and ake daiy.
ers in any style;'alsror Fish Gme
Fruits nd Nuts
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tor 1 it : ý:
alI / o! l l c11r ( Ie eb
II 41 It. i '· t .
s i r 'n 4Lc k 4n c 5 O u S'la n ni 14k I~in d c,-~
parhnc is a 'ii il
fI~k ips w·it l V4 :k
ski hen llkcchunij·s.
pa rtmentlt is n sp -,1 Sj·kf II
your last fall'ssuit, to Ie retuehed.
Rcquests for s: il' "1" 4411vr14
for both dlcJpZ It~ u I 4. ion, thle
country, reeeivr p)ronl jrt attention.
Poipular P-1i Ale Taiiurs.
502 Texas st. oppkkit0s c(4,ur11' 11 'ue.
DLR. S. It. 1-11 1K ,
Office: 14 " 1. filt·rdl & 4
HeRidence: 811i( rork.- tj 8i,
'rellphone No. 5.
O!/ii Tc1E I-f)111t".
1 I,' 4 11 Il).
JOS. G. IMrMICHAEt.,
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ajI, al'i l ' .(l, 1.r) ;. ('& , . 1c.i1 u ,
10c pe '-rb b
kett:ic, 20c; choi cc ; r ,iau i ,' ",,e' c.
T3AGOlTNO AND TIl~q
agging-2 - In , 7dth; 'l4 Ib, 7'1jc.
'I'wine-Fur biding purposes quoted at.
l0c per lb by3 the bide.
GRAIN AN!) FEEDBTUfF.
Corn-Mixed sacked, 44c per bushel.
Hay-Choice prairie (Arkansas),1 7.0t;
* Texas, p11.50.
Oauts-White, 36c; mixed, 34c, seed, 88c .
Chopped Corn-90c per 100 pounds,
e Millet Beed-per bushel ,y, t
GCHICKENS AND SOTF.
SChickens, hen., per doz..d4c 1rbs2.00
a Broilers per doz... ..........1.60
Fryers. large, per doz 1....... .email@example.com
tEg - per dom.... xe 4ced,8.
oTurkpey er ntpound. o.. 1
D Meese,perd-ozenr bush. 3 00a60
D Cucks, per dozen.............. 4t1
Polk, per pound.......... . i. l 10
.t HIDES AND WOOL MAmEKr.
F Dry hides, No. 1 lint pe . 30,12c'
reie n se daaged... 1410Cc
i' 'asdl''-"'- e..~ ~~~ ,~~
try cout r e at en pound ... 14,17..... .
Bull hidoes.... ...... 9alOc
grekn pled idozen.........
Green hides .............
Wool, tub wabhed, choicet
Wool, unwashed, clear... 1 1he
r Wool, burry aNid black, , l1
SWool, hard burr.......... a
ccbwax, pruie...20 c
Sheep skins,e ch&l..... ...
i.... .......... .. 10&25c
Greenhide . , .. ba) .
RBaccoon...... 1 M0 g 0
rFWoxl, burry and black .......... ......
OpWoosuhard..u.......... .1 741Ic
Sihe si.......h............... 10
Beaver .... "..... 00&500
Raccoon ..8... .. ······......... IS 00 i
S........... ........... 10&0
Wol cat s......... ........ .. 8