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Ptste of Loulsana, Parish of Caddo: Be it remembered that on this the 1)tb day of November A. D . Nneteen Eutred before me., J. H. Levy, Deputy Clerk mod ex-Ooilo Deputy Benorder and Notary Public, in and for sad State and Parise personally came and, apnearrd the several persons whoae names. ab h-reunto su. ecrlbed who decla I rnto me. No:ary, that availing them*, ves of the lawe of the State of Loulislana relative to the organlze. tion and formation of Lorporations in the State of Louisaop, ther have lofrned and by these preasents do form themselves, their assocIates and sucoesaors into a corpora. tiom un4er the following articles. ALTICLE 1. The sane of this ooroorsttoi shall be "&'ORGER KAHN & GIBBS COMIPANY L1MlTkD," and its domloile Is herft-y xeaI at the city of Shreveport, Louisiana, ARTICLR 11. The objects and purposes for which this eorporauton is forme' are to es*sblish aid eoaeidnts wholesal. urrg bu ne;e, to bue and sell drogs anud all o:her ods and ar* . iees usually kept o a t.st-'o' ,drug st2:e, touaanufacture drugs, sod to rti geaerally all things connected with the conduct of eeuc a busines or proper to the establish anent o: such business. Bervice c proces shall be made on the preeldeat, or nto hi' absenoe on the secretary of the company ARTICLE 111. th.l capitsi stock of this corpersion is hereby fixed at One Hundr d and Nifty Thonusand Dollars, nonaslsing of Cie Thou .ard Iyve hundred shares of ºne Hund ad Dollars eaco. Payment of said stock snail be mate In caih or its quiv - lent at the da o- subsc,.. on; and the comp .ny n'av commetce buslnss when One Thorsand shabree are rbseeribed. No stock is to be sold natil first ffered this company, or the zeasaeisg estookholders. ArTICLE LVY. The governing body of this corporation ehall consist of seven (7) Llreotors wh ehall elect a Prese', a Vice-President, a Secretary and aTreasurer annuaJly. The-e cieale shall serve for one oear, or until their esuccessors &re electdd. The directors shal i e eleeted annually by the stoc'rlkolvrs of this corporation (etch share of dtic being entitled to one vote) at ibeir aLalst meeting on the first Ueday nto Octobe- of ertch year. All meeL lag of stockholders bsall be preceden by ten (10) asys notice an one of the Shreve port newspape. s. The following are nam:d as directors: E J Conger, Leon I Rahn. BT Gibbs, A T Kahn, Dr J W Mo'ity, W B Sttlle and I noW Ford, wbo shall serrve untl the as 5ana election .n 1901. The tollowlag ol ;als are hereby name I natil their suce". ,s are obsen by the Board or Directors on the irst Yoeday of Ucteber, 190!, towit: K J toager, Presi oert; Leon I Kahn, Vice.Pretsient; Arthur ' Kahba, Treasurer sailnd B T (i ibs, Sere . ARTICL tr V. This corporation bhall coatisue Ifr anan t nae years; when dissolved by limits noa, or by tabree-lourtis () of the stek boldors present at a meetsag held for that 1urpose its f .irs shall be liquidated uI two ilquidaors chosen by thesiockolders, who shall after Pr'ing an* providing for the debts divide the property emong the stockholders according to tht'r isterest in the cerporation. No stockholders ebill be Iable for say contracts or i:alts of this corpora. ties in an' arter sum than the apaid balancees due thbe company a45 the uarsa sunecribed to aniu owned by him; nor so i. eav talormalty is the organisaton teel*I have the efect of readennlg tase ebartr null or expolsing a etoeholuer oeyocd the amount 01 his eoekh. Is evidence whereeo MSe parties hereunto have signed their names is the presenee of j Meay haqpherd sad I C OLeary eO this the day ust abeve meausmed. J OQUNGIR. LEON I KLAtlN. MT GIBB4. A KArIH. Dia J W MOBLEr. Per K J Cosger. W B ETILLE, Per J Conger. J MoW FVl D. J a LY, T. Deputy (lerk sad Ex-Oeie. Deluga soeerder sad Rtary fublic. I 8 a t I OMe. of Die. A ft'a'y Je a t Lad, Disale Aiteey Of the Judo" eliac1 w.ate qi touietasa, h sei y that haYve xmie.ed the Spsid h seeta eharter sad £sdt1 " b Itherm io eestalaed4 vrary to law slo ped ee ea this the' OSE a LAUD, 1Mtar wwrq Diatiet Ate-sty, Virat g1d-et. D strict, o u/tate Le sas. I W y bat the above sad i sstrue sad esirset epy of the s thes sesi now hppears e 00u1sred is my eie: ler my hand sad seal of *s8e, at WI~orrab, ~I~t JM LLVY, a ad >. x) o Bseerder. S"fIsd and tBeeseded, Novem. Cl<- wJ l LEVYT, 'Cler aad s- O~et. Me creet. w M o f sW on a In d rNo . , dea r I!,!4/ Ar "3& mo ' ' ~ F Idama ýi, Paiiah of Vadi We' frm º__ o btsof the inaa s. mdt.oeeggI ww "wsueon a the o.wthi~jr tuq' a.... ' 'ONDL?0U3531Rt S, iwe. F: hesroa hr ales, tC o tha Leash t.. (56 listes oa ý,rn 1.30 (A.ator .. b to i 7"bto, a hr y~m, urn s Wnr t.wkt ~i hae.1. ktn br nlageL t*Wd anew & aurnstu at d ?V (r& pt annum, Wks-.vtbU. fothtad, te MWSt6edapdn w* Ib s g. owsm r6 sums kihr Yemuw. Kodol 'Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Itartificially digest - t!;o f'l and aids Nature in strcrieg:lcninc and recon structing the exlhawctd dirgestive or gans. it is thelat st lI -covered digest ant and tonic. No it lir preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in Atantly relieves and permanently cures Dycpepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I I'latulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick fleadache,Gastralgia,Crams and all otherresults of imperfectdigestion.P Prlce Oc. and $1. Large size contaios 2% tlmcs inll size.Bookallaboutdyspepsiamailedfree Drepaod by E. C. DeW ITT & CO.. Chicago, PFo sale at llMp bLJOOUM81ON NOrIOBE. No 6739.-First D strictle Court of Louis lana -Succession or Sea orn Nerves. State of Loulsiana, Par' i of C ido. Nutioe is hereby ven t'.2, .imon Herold has this d.y so licd to be appor .' adminisLt.ator of said eccese,on. and utless o0pooftion be made tbereto within the time sneclf'ed by law. he will be sppoined as prayed tot. Witness the Honorable A D Lend, j Idge of said court, this 2d day of November, 1900. J H LEV Y, Deputy Clerk. Nor 2. Public School Ordisance. On motion of Director Goldsteii, the following ordinance was adopted by the board: Be It resolved ty the Board of School Directors of the palish of Caando in regular session, that thsle oity of Shreveportis r ereby created school district Nol (one) of C.addo parish. That the boundaries of said school dis. trlct No 1 shall be the boundary Ines of the city of Shreveport as delsignated by hot ho 165 of the acts oi the General Assembly of Louisiana of 1893. The foregoing Is a true eltract from the iolnutee of October 6, 1900, J HENRY SHEPHERD. President. J C MONCURE, Secretary. October 14. Coffee SAlways Fresh Always the ' Best. Roasted and Ground Every Day, I all At FRANK'S RESTAURANT .In the . SIONUBUILJLIlC. For a cup of D)elllous Coffee. Regular Meales-Ere*:set 6 to 8. Dinr 12 to 2 pm. Suap. per 6:30 to 8 pm. Short orders at all hours. } J. BICCOLO & CO. Pr.p. ?RANL RACCICd, Manager. 3bV$ First National Bank Of Shreveport, La. PFiscal AMeats Of the City of Shreveport ass S Caddo Parish. Capital..... ..$200,000 Surplus ..........40,000 W B Jaoobe, . - - - - Preeldee w T Crawford - - - Vice-Presidens W J Bavmedorfer -- - - Cashier DIBCTCos. J.M Foster, J 8 Noel, Henry Florshelm, 8 * Dreyfus, W F Dillon, Wn Winter W T Crawford, W B Jacobs, John P Scott oeatiaweo onctedL Mr oota*tt oum Cmce tOppogrr~ U.S. ewm On and we can -re 1ic Sr hr i as freom Wa iga 4 bft1 4 se T" M ame obabe an. bee te st e.. AS eat i secwed. p a~ --re.*Howas Olai· Pasons" waS as same U 6i and taimsO s 6O.A.SNOW& CO. ' Ow s1 o.@fl WIr.b'wu *a S OYSTERS R. SOFIA 4W 520 Uwkt frck Oysters Baseiveld 'jA . PB1CS--ro shelle, per des 40o" cook ed s an styrle, Oe; ceased oysters0o per eg. Alk eytrs per doses, 1c, or two doses har 5t.. creek Vralts ad Nuts of all kiad,. eo* gra tebsee sad eak emeed geodo. TIRADING IN SIIAKI . DANGEROUS INDUSTRY THRIVES AMONG GILBERT ISLANDERS. Dried Fiut nud Their t owinierreal Value-uthntity of tne lattie Wornm en-lon Jack I Ctaught and Killerd. [<pencal Co~rro-p~ :! Inee.] IIONofrl.l N'v. 1. Shoa k tiihitn is a talkng-rolll Ilb sil-.s. 'lu fealizi (t`I rids, etontintaialN tentouitrers( by 14v ' h tatl~ f1i t hlse fish fur :i . -elihodtl oul. '.Buil soo th1e natitvs of the GilHbert islands as thev launciI thilt frail ealloes anil inuhle senward it their qn'st. 'IThe shPrk. or Jack, as It is called Iy the natives, C NATIVE KNIFING A SHARK. Is valueless from a commercial point of view, but to these Islanders he is the source of atll, or nearly all, their in come. The islander exchanges Jack's fins and tail with the trader for to bacco, calico. guns. ammunition and gin. The native's wife when she meets her brown skinned lord and master on the tenchi as he returns from fishing looks anxiously Into the blood stained canoe to see how many kapakans, as fins are called, be has taken. Two or three dozen, when dried, mean to her a new lint, trimmed perhaps with w bright groen ribbon on a red and yel low background, that the traer show ed her some time previous.. Then she picks up the "take," puts It Into a basket, and an hour later Jack's mo tive power Is suspended on a line be tween two eucoanut trees, drying for I arrk 't Wonderfully constructed craft are their canoesr They are made of small strips of wood sewed together with a cocoanut twine called cinnet Perhaps 20 or wore canoes go out together. There is no need to go far. Just outside the reef will answer. There Jack Is waiting. arcompanied by relatives of many diferent sizes. male and female. Lying upon the grating of crossed sticks reaehing from the outrigger of the canoe to the gunwale Is the tackle. Rude it Is, but effective. It consists of a naturally formed wooden book, cun ningly trainued when it was a young tree root lnto the proper shape, and 40 fathornms of strong cocoanut fiber rope as thick as whale line and fully as strong. Taking a flying fish or a piece of a shark caught the previous day, the na tive ties the balt around the curve of the great hook. Then be lowers the line. It sinks quickly, as the hook is heavy. lPerhaps, if Jack ais a big fellow, he will obstinately refuse to turn after swallowing tie hook and will make a strenuous effort to get away deep into the blue glonm of a hundred fathoms below. Meanwhile every other canoe has probably hooked a shark, and there is a wild clamor and much Lad lan guage as tihe lines get fouled and ca noes bang against each other. Per haps four or live will be in a bunch, one or two sharks lashing the water into foam in the middle and turning over and over with lightning rapidity in the hope of parting the line or smashing the outrigger. The latter re suit is usually fraught with much dan ger. After the lapse of considerable time the natives who are fast to the largest shark may possil 1y tall to their com rades that the fish is too powerful to bring alongside and kill and will ask for an implement known to whalers as a drogue-a fat piece of wood which, attached to the end of a line, gives such resisting power that the shark or whale dragging it behind Is soon ex hausted. The drogue is passed along from some other canoe and then made fast to the end of a small but strong line. At the loose end of the line is a noose, and as Jack lifts his tail out of the water the steersman slips it over, and away go the line and drogue, the man who is holding on to the main line casting all of the slack overboard. so as to give the shark plenty of room in which to exhaust himself. Aother method employed by these alanders in killing sharks is to swim abshout in the infested waters with a knife clutched between the teeth. and when Jack approaches the swimmer grasps the knife in his hand and thrusts it to the Ltilt into the shark's stomach. This Is a very hazardous undertaking, however, and,. as it fre quently results in the death of the na I thlve, it is not at all popular. Taaows F. CLAsn. THE HOI T SESSIQN. WINDING UP THE CAREER OF THE FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Army Ieorinnization Hill the It permomt 'l hem.·-'thap usulidy Men.. are to lBe ulI..n p-iOther Topics to Be (Coniider.d. SAsmttlNt No 2'. - The short sesSionl of t i I It xilxth oornc ess be gils next Mit'oi:iv. n l the nation's so luns are airn alt : atlrin at the cap Ital for the lisc itatn of their dulities. It is hopled that hi y will Ibe bile to finish up the Ito;,rtant business eo>1l nitted tto Ikiti before the terum of this congress L:. infs by limitation on the 3d of next Marh it tilltlInight. so that there will be no ii necessity of convening the Ififty seventh1 congress in extraor dinary session. To do this. however, the senators aind represerntatives will be kcpt pretty busy, as there are only %rt Photo by Bell. Washlnotrn. RHENRY CAltrT .1.0KR. about 70 working days, counting out the usual Ch(ristmas recess, before "time" will be called on Ithis cupgress and it must step down and out Without taking up any new hbusiness this session will hare on its hands all that it can reasoaiblr attend to. The regular appropriantion hills, the consid eration of which will of course take considerable time. will have to be dis posed of. and. In addition, there comnies over from the recent session a vast vol ume of business which should receive final consideration. The last session was perhaps the most prolific In the history of congress so far as initiative Is concerned. Nearly 5,(X0 bills orig Inated in the senate and more than 12. 1100 In the house. Of this great num ber only a few hundred were enacted into laws, the multitudinous residue remaining technIcally notitnlbed busi ness, awaiting action at the coinlug ses salon. It may be said, however, that the greater part of this unfinished busi ness can remain unfinished until the crack of doom without detriment to the public interests. llut there are a num ber of important pending measures whIch ought to lIe dlsposaled of. and, so tar as possible, the calendar should be cleared up and left uniucnumbered for ,the next congress. One of the matters likely to receive early consideration Is the proposition for tbe reorganization of .he army, and various plans are under consideration. The war department has oade two suggestlons which are being entertain ed by the committees on military at- 1 fairs of both houses. If it shall be de clued to recommend a standing army of 05,000, the army oficlal* urge that all thiat will be necessary LI the way of legislation will be simply the repeal of that clause of the existing law which discharges the additional regular sol diers on the 1st day of next July. These men are all enlisted for three years, and if the law which ditacharged them on July 1, 1901. Is repealed they will continue In service. This plan finds considerable favor because of its simplicity, although It does not allow any elasticity In the strength of the army. Another plan suggested 6 mod eled very closely on the lHull bill of the last session and is more likely to be the one adopted. This itlan proposes enough companies of 10 men each to make an army of 50.000 men, this be Ing the minimum strength. The law is to be so framed, however, that the companies can be increased to 120 men each, which would bring the total num ber up to 100,000 men. As at present contemplated there are to be no addl tional officers, the increase being en tirely of enlistrd men. In view of the fact that under the existing law the president. as comomander in lchief of the army of the United States, will be In command of only 27.00( men, the party of the administration will un questionably take early and vigorous steps towardl the enactment of aln ar my reorganization bill which will ieiat the approval of the chief execuitive. v Doubtless there will be a spirited tight a over the proposition. t An increase in the navy as well as the army is likely to be the subject of some legislation by , tide congress, though it will probably conme in connec- r tion with the regular naval appropria- t tion bill. According to the report of t Rear Admiral Crowninshield on the conditions and needs of the navy. thu re should be something like 1.000 more of ficers and 5.000 more men to bring it c up to a state of efficiency. While we a are building new warships we are not, P the naval men contend, providing suff- t ciently for manning them. In this con- r nection It Is also probable that there will be considered a plan for maintain nlag a naval reserve force. The president, in his message at the opening of this session of congrests, ,trll tI l ul, i i ll I. (II f i 11 at i 11.:It it ' tl 'Ihii - i " ii t iii. il pr bI iti. -I 101Il: . p: 1 ile thalt :aIlI .\' l IIati lnl If Il e t lh:i it tilts winter 1Ii l' [ink the 1al l - et lli o f tIIh s-t:I tt lI or t ioi rt L I"l, slS tie botse at t lic l5is. sIshir lt ml the'a is a g pien et il t lii u l, t ; tii.f it it I"r:i ll mys at I hi g- . ,If n Alia-a Ior u tt.s .haIr gn aon, W ll, iii the 'it u e 5' tile r ttlIr ingr to it,,, tsu jei't walubt ,'011, ibelor Itt iacorl ,"tIt tie in iii s of hionor of henr A ( tIltlerl of \ll sl * i hart111a n. It 'fr tile tiftly i proinsil le, hi telf r, s lthat ir lT it s o i the i Phiiic ttli t 1 ( inll ranch su,"b :I stile withif i the lifc of this fiott grlot rs to rli quirfo cli t tal tncan fili"r tit n dill tlil e o ti trli lt ifil. s.ill lO~' t ti ctle to 7t illtllV f14 Iit tfltul Tihe istllI toil sanai hllll is tn the inl. enduar of the senate, having p assefl thie house at thellltl Itst session, an- iiti there is ro Ci)~:tl Tij I II iS :illt 115 itt S llit 111ii~ it Jrl' tj'iiL. O general fieeling thaIt7 itIu t i till o Pass At this srission iltnttor John T. iMor rgan. who, 1 the wIi y, was I the other"SS ttltlliis ltnl 15ff':] 5,~iI5iIl litoftll ihe (all elday accordet the Irtunusual honor of het Ii' irttt tinstid itt l (tr·lsioil~ftIlitti ii rail ing trnanii. ttously r electe to thlnte csnl ite foitIr r the fifth onser tivS r ot tf it os chairman of the interceaniti otrol canal com~mittei", which has In charge the legislation providing for an Isthminn the ttitay. Sieato Morgan has tery ton especially devoted to thin projvvt mutl ill contilne tio zealously urgcie it uoceans.til howevecr rittiel of dift~erorie of opinIion the enterpris e is to nsrnnte and Wdetail. thed theanr ill ill e takenr flromg that caits elr n ing sliolnse Ilark the openIng will the tlet e th cfeturre. until t re pt of Paciei canble chenision Is another matter which is dutllyfl if that will conre atonal action and Is lIkly~l to receive favorablet con~lde·ration at the coming spresentiol. Tbfore thel of sh a thle of ing , w n It is intim~atedl tint tits comluniication ill soon make i petwein San Frepncro and hono it i. ii admite re tprd ot all inot e nThr n til next sinlly no opoithat toe to thoi7e goIoernment ulof t-s grat Ing autd opecratingi a 'acific cabler. thoulgh any p~roposithon to subhsidize a renterprise is likelyon to bgo over until aftoper Dotler the opening of twarmest fight orss the comlutgp scslbn will ite ove~r the ship thus entailingl the avowes of a ypur'se otime unless an extra session should he enal e.which is te repabirtuton of our mer-t chanlt m~arine. The I unterested ion o the reo rtin railment way traliic, the re is no considerable el oe congress under the twlor out of it op-cnsu i posed tio t the ilngshort aoel contro wll by the urnish mSterles of a waterwaytty hot o partisan fight, bitt there is a sentiment that pe~nding toensuresr on the calendar shonnect thee Atientic ond Pacifore oceans. Sthhowever mucatter of difference of opinrpportiont, there may he Ale to route and detail. and there Is a very general frling that. Itsro osginning should markn to the opening of the twentieth car revene tury. will unques The Pacifbl be prable scheme t this anotheron. tiaotogb it is yet too early to indicate what teorm they wis full taripe If the congr dltion otiuue to reIu likely the marentve favorable consideration at the coming session. The need of such a linthe ofPhlp communication, particularly between piSan Fransd a co anderabl onorc In Chadmit na, It is not probable that the party of ted on all sides. There isaor any largelly reduno opposition to the government build-n from this source. ing and operating a pubacific cable for othough any proposition to subsidize and private corporation to build and oper ate such a line would be strenuously opposed. Doubtless the warmest fight of the comning session will he over the ship subsidy bill, the Avowed purpose of which Is the rehabilitation of our mer chant marine. The question of the reapportionment of congress under the twelfth census, If taken tip at the short session, will furnish material for a pretty hot bi partisan fight, but there to a sentiment that pending measures on the calendar should receive Attention before taking tip the matter of reapportionment, which, many believe, can just as well wait uantil the next enngress. Propositions looking to the reduction of the war revenue tax will unques tionably be presented at this session. though It Is yet too early to Indicate what form they will take. If the con ditions cothtinue to require the mainte nance of a large army in the Philip pines and a considerable force In Chi na. It to not probable that the party of the administration will favor any large reduction in the government's income Pt.to bJ IBell, Washington. JutnNT. AUIIOAN. which, it is believed, will hbe taken up at this session is the parcels post sys tem. Postmaster General Sithli, as well as most of his predecessors for more than a dozen years, favors such ana adjunct to the postofilce depart ment, and about the only opplosition there appears to be developed against it is on the part of the expres' carrying corporations. This matter, as well as provision for further extension of the popul:ar rural free delivery service, will come up in connection with the piostal approplriation bill. 'The plan for postal Fntings bainks IImay be considered, hut definite action is not likely to be rechedtl. Altogether, the closing session of the Fifty-sixth congress is likely to be a pretty busy one. SAMUEL HUBBARD. HUMPHREYS' Witch Hazel Oil THE PILE OINTMENT. One Application Gives Relief. It cures Piles or IHemorrhoids-External or Internal, BLlind or Bleeding, Itching or Iluruniw, E issures and Fstulas. Relief imn. mediate-cure certaiin. It cures Burns and S 4lds, The reliet , instant. It cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Sore Nipples. Invaluable. It cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scudy Eruptions, Chapped IBands, Fever Blisters, Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects, Mlosquito Bites and Sunburns, Three Sizes, a2c., 50c. and $1.00 Sold by Druggists, or sent pre-paid on roceiptof pricy HUMPHREYS' MED. CO., Cor. 1WLIIiam & John Sts. NEKW YORK. BIDS INVITED Notice is hereby givet that the next meeting of the Police .ldury of Caddo parish, DIees mber 13, 1900, bids will be received for conducting and opei -ing Moorineaport, Hose', Hiart's-Dack and Erwin lilut fer ries, I be next twelve imonthe. bedln nirg J cuary I. 1901 aecu en( og Janus-y 1, 1''f.. d ferries to be se o lowest bidder, the tuy .eeerving ieht ino r jt any and all bids. WM. WINTEI, Acting ?resideo . A, L. DIIRINGRE, Clerk. Noven her II. 100). BIDS INVITED. Bids are hereby invited to build a bridge over Cross bayo i at or near the foot o I McNeil street. Sail hide to be for lro. or wood and to be submitted to the inr' ft its next session, December 13, 1900, tie jury reserving right to reject unv in I all bids. WM. WINI ER, Acting President. A. L DURING IR, C erk. November 1, 1900. * BIDS FOR MEDIUINIt Notice is hereby given that at the next meeting of the Police Jur nof Caddo par ish, La., December 18, 1900, bids will re received for furniatsuine meuxaine for prc scriotlone for the parish for a perlo I of twelve months, b anning Janury 1, 1901. The right to rej nt any and all bire is re served. % M. WINTER. Acting President. A. L. 1I)URIONGER, Clerk. November 11. 1900. W. W. WARING Undertaker. AND DEALER IN FINE BUILDERS HARDWARE s516 and 521 EDWARDS STREET, Next to Telephone Exchange, right in the business 3eater of '.'e city. Full line of Guaranteed Poeket Cutlet y. BaScissors, et. Full line of Window, Show Case, Mase, Chip sad Cathedral claes. Call ana see me in my new store. Bottom prices for caskh or on oredit. T lephones: Store, 810; residence, 90. Orders far Colns attended to day or night, as usual. 0 BOE YZ, Family Groceries 827 TEXAS STREET. Come asd examine my new clea grocery stock. Ever thing at ieee ronable prices. Don't forget the esiee Jaes Dreytfass, David F, Taber, OREYFUSS & IABEA, Fire Insurance Agents. 222 Milam Street. Respectfully solicits a share of your business. G G Williams Printing Co. Li. HE BEST ROM TEsTI We are now prepared to do any kind of BOOK BINDING, RULING, GOLD LET TERING ON LEATHER, ETC., Flat Openers are just as easy. We have the machnlaery to do this Work with, and men who know to do It. But don't forget that we are better thaa ever prepared to print any thiag, blgor little. Let us do your Order Blanks, We don't know how to do a thing but Ruale, Bind Books and Print. Yours Truly, G. G. Williams, President and ianag s Phone 190. Shreveport. La sod whis, kty ha PIUM a cured lt haI me wIthuL pain. Book fo prtcul sent free. Dr. II. N. Woodley C ., Atlanta, (is. O(ce, 101 North Prinsor St.