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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

a ~ 4 Ky TE JENNING RECORD. AN INDpAgNDENT LOCAL N EWSPAPEIi. Un-OFFIaI RG O 02. Un~OFFIIAL ORAN OP 14E TOWCtt JW Month: $5 a Year-. N. L. MLtLER, Editor and Por O -- IJENN1NG, i Ao. NUM voi .. ENL'. ',baIaw I awr IHI, U ICARIM P1iU UA BIt en # Something New ....... Under the .Sun S ... THE ... "H aNNi :1 HOE ALWAYS ON HAND.AT 1 . 1 811LWL IN BROS ----- _By I SUMMEIIE i Roo means hot, scorching days, when the on-e lightest of wearing apparel is the sion S only kind wearable, and it is in the vest -?.i matter of lightness that we wish toy Fro call your attention to our straw hats. Wa' f lmost gossamer in weight, they pro -." _  i tect yet do not oppless the head. Of reci " - the most stylish mode, strong and sim durable, they offer in every way the se: most serviceable and delightful head-3 S.. - , wear. 0Co ... G. H. MORSE SONS ... the his Yh. the R =Submit your plans for estimate. a B. F. MCCRAR Y, Jain Phone No. 156. Manager. The Duncan Studiob '' Ph koraph Taken Rain or Shine ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

THE LUCKY BARGAIN. .I have a friend, without whose face (God keep his-face fromsorrowfrea!) 'The world would be .a dreary place' For weary me. To please him is my chief delight; I'd rather die than give him pain, Yet this I've done in my despite, And shall again. My friend Is kind when I am cross, Nor ever cross when I am kind; He rules the sullen waves thAt toss My toiling mind. A CULPRIT CORNERED. S Herbert French was leav- it ing a street car. in which he p had ridden for about twenty minutes. a loud exclamation o caused hint to pause. 11 "HI, sir!" shouted the conductor. h you've left something behind." French knew he had left nothing: 1: but he was not the man to lose the t. chance of obtaining anything for the II sake of a lie. "Here you are. sir." and the con- r ductor thrust a parcel into his hand. v French gave the cotlductor a dime. g and a few minutes later was at the house in which he lodged. and ascend ed to his room. Here he examined the v article which Fatte-or the ca...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

f1 e * Sketch By Philip Verrill Mighels CHAPTER I-(Continued.) Along the path at noon came a stented man, a barrel-shaped miner. who "blazed" his track with a cut-off shovel used as a cane. "Paper for Henley." he puffingly re marked as he opened the door of the shed above the shaft. "Paper 'dressed to 'Franklin Henley.' " and tossing it in by the side of the man who was eat ing his lunch on a box, he plodded ahead to return to the trail. "Thank you. Billy," called the other; "'much obliged." He finished a bone, gave his fingers a wipe on the ragged trousers and slit off the wrapper of the "down-east" paper. Sitting in the door. he read the news of the far-away home eagerly absorb ing every line. Of a sudden he paused; a gleam of something wild came flash ing in his eyes and the muscles of his hands and arms abruptly stiffened. "Married, by the Rev. Richard Wat son, Feb. 20, Miss Agnes Coles to Frederick Law,". was all that he read. The type swung a dizzy waltz, with the notice for t...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

-Iaalr amO ai3-a 4.a . ý-C tand liota res 1?ubII S0.I ON HI. THOMAS, MASTER P INTER. Shop on Ihtird street, west oii Cary avenue. Free Estim ttes Given on Ap plication. Living Prices an d First Cla.-s Work. * In Bo'Ds GIVEN IF REQUIRED. U O"S i: oi otH R 0 on ' o ing I t:t'f t L L) Cr rd- . ; ege Design t ur tase. fron All kin f furniture repaired not r'"d reco l ",etC .l. C:al' a;:. x- sum ine . , "~ ,1.ýý ~+ x 2G I' . . r "'. lect( iNTLE r .irk. .h ..... ' yeat :klet.  ,. 7: 3d frou NIAE K D. R!TT ann JKw Kdhas1 Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. 1 This preparation contains all of the ~ digestants and digests all kinds of thlzis food. It gives instant relief and never soni fails to cure. It allows you to eat all 10t the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is I unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. ra First dose relieves. Adietunnecessary. ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

'Wiest. D. ..ANDRUs, V.-Pres't. . .. HOWteMAN, is`Lqhier i E. CITIZENS BANK, Jennings, - - Louisiana. IN FEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. at tai DI KlC-ITORS-J. H. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, E. I. Hall, D. Hebert, -ce t, A. D. McFarlain, A. M1. Arthur, Edd Morri.-, D. D. Audrus,- B. L. casie Andrus. crat Collecti', ts receive a'rmpt tttention. A general banking busi- IRouy ness tratnstacte(d. ciple _-_--_--- _ _- - - survi Neat, Light and Stylish. t Buggies and Surreys of Every De , - =---_-__--- s criptien Are Represented cl s in Our Stock. 05-s 1V\e have just what \ht y wan:. talln C.)L S while we handle only the Io4t 1r: iniali. 'oods, our prices are ve:'v nl'de, : a;i. t 1 iiihftlv nitdie e Iles ricqitIC no te::. " ' Ii I reI tnnll ndation th i hatr servl. 't: Iti est wot.rt ,n, n -hit) and ho .:est prices a :-' a t sol.l totie 'eii lt.'s for us than ail int 1'4211 priritedi paie - w (ouihlt i t--z t 111w a,,1 t e . W e ni *:l il"y 'atii,.y \ Itll io SLIe this is as, and it will a.l...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

~*f~EDE WA~iAmRL ·3uLZrEi.,2QE "0 lifepi.u~~not _,:n tb~eits.ib-oiat a s secret `wound ' und grew. a pearl, at Iaat. ýAwt Tabitha's Wedding Gown. By Margaret Dodge. T HE gown was a pale gray taffeta dottu here and there with tiny pink rosebuds. It was evidently an old gown. but made in the voluminous middle-of the-century fashion that would adapt itself easily to the style at the end of the century. Indeed, little Mrs. Vin ing. kneeling on the floor in her attle storeroom and spreading the lustrous fabric across the top of the big Noah's Ark trunk, was already-in fancy, at least-"taking in" here and "letting out" there, with a certainty of success, born of long experience. For eighteen years Mrs. Vining had been making over for a family of three pretty daughters, and as she said to herself, she could "almost do it with her eyes shut." To-day, however, Mrs. Vining was planning for none of these pretty daughters. Once, indeed, when she heard the sound of a girl's voice in the room bel...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

~Repb~ic of Cuba TaAreor Her 7'kicee Among ~Nat ion. ~ + '0 C. I?~j~ * r ~ .- S ; IIIi.-LI ~~L~ PA va ·-r 4. 4. * .J~k~\ *~- k~ t. ' .~j3;f;L ~:··-· :.·.lr'C4. c A·-eC S 4.~T ~lr ;-~;z~L;;-s·--.·~' . I S+.3.-rr-~·- · s *'i 4. S4 · ;·r r· ·4 ,.S I. S4 ·f· ·4 " i'U C r \4 * 4.o . The first President of the new rej free nation. The natal day ot the republic of Cuba, May 20. found Mavana arrayed like a queen to await .:.ae coming of her lord. She seemed reinvested for the occasion with the dignity of the prosperous days of her power and wealth. At noon Senor Palma attached his signature to a document as president of the Cuban republic, after an ex change of congratulations, and the veteran Gen. Gomez ascended to the roof of the palace. where he was ac cord(ed a great reception. Gen. Wood personally lowered the American col ors. which were saluted. and with his own hands hoisted the Cuban flag. as an art of the United States. Gomez as sisting. Gen. Wood and his staff and the American tro...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 12 June 1902

A. D. MeFAILAIN g SON, ... Dealers In Real Estate... Oil Lands a Specialty Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. 4 WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LISTOF _RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN LOTS 4 List Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy. Oice *. D. McFARLAIN'S STORE, JENNCINS, offie D9L OUUSnanA.C~ PIPER HOUSE,t, RYAN STREET. Lake Charles, La.. PLEASANT ROOMS AND ed EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE. no( Rates $1.00 and $I.50-Per Day. his MRS. A. M P PER, PROPRETRESS. 19( To yc PUR I AY DONKEY ON B TL EVERY 6ACK. BEST ur Cows. Otit PI'eterson Building, fo J[: -:.N ij\ , - - L.\. t. REAL EST ATE. Rice. and Tuimbhet Lands in Louisi- tE ana and Texa;. TEXAS LINDS a SECIALTY F JTen-ii s ', IH.-,idtnct. PI' perit anit Town L . 1 ld: w ti Th. m....A.·e3 - c The Pn Who Uses To bacco is the Man I Want to come in and soe how well we are fixed to cl,:r t , his wishes. Come in ane; 1o,. a:n , unid. any 1 way. If o,'u don't ." . a yl? 'L you w:ai t. "tlheur w',,n't b1)', t' hard...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

- JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. A4.N i - -'-NDENT LOCAL NEWSPAPERI. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER. Editor and Proprietor. S 1. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. JUNE 14, 1902 NUMBER 14 Something New....... Under the Sun ... THE... HANAN I SHOE ALWAYS ON IAND AT BUCKLIN BROS SUMMERTIME -,.11 h.t... t .l.i.n " .t....-. .h n the• "lihte&e o( wetain'4g apparel is th1 only kind wearahhle, and it is in tle nvittei of lieh ness that t we wish to tAl most ::-:ten tmo r, tsti: el:T dt al . :" o(t ; in teVe.. ue t ti "", - " "t (4 tl-i ' 0thlt" ti u ightful h.ad - --· S/... G. H. MORSE & SONS ... Jennings Lumber Co., Ltd., Will k.eep on ,hand all kindsc of Lufmbr, Pine and Cypress. Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. - Submit your plans for estimate. SB. F. McCRARY, Phone No. 156. Manager. The Duncan Studio Photographs Taken Rain or Shine. Copying and Enlarging a Specialty....

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

ýWhie steaming at from seven S , 'knomts an hour :oal-was transferred at the.0 ate of thirty tons an hour from the ollier Muriel to the British bat teshiip 'Trfalgar over 400 beet of cableway. When the cab~leway was de creased a maximum of forty tons an hour was reached. Rev.. Sam P. Jones. the sensational Geloriia preacher, is doing well fin ancially. He is about to erect a $25. 000 business block in Cartersville and has umade other investments of his surplus income that promise to makR him independently rich. Chili has for a long time been Ger many's most important market on the west coast of South America. Twenty seven per cent. of the total imports during 1900 came from Germany. ant: 12 per cent, of the exports went to Germany. The vice of camphor smoking, which is said to be on the increase abroad. soon enslaves those who indulge in it. While the results of its use are not so dire as those of cocaine, either or mor phine, apathy. muscular weakness and sleeplessness are always e...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

PILGRIMAGE TO SAN FRA.NCISCO OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE ON HELLA SPECIAL. JOUE Sd, 1902. A Solid Veatilbled Pullmna Train, via SANTA FE Rate $45 (Round Trip) Plus Pullman Fare. Some Points Slightly Higher. Tieket. sold May 17th to Jane a8th, Lim ;hted o 60 days. Writ. Santa Fe Agent for particulars for Halls Spei8al. ....atereating Literature, 10 Cents Poatage.... W. S. KEENAN, G. P. A. GSALVESTON, TEXAs THE SONTEETED FARMER is the mn who never has a failure in crops. rgts ledid returns for his labors, and hba best social and relig iobe lnous advsntages, t o V I M Igether with splendid climate and excellent Ind health. These wgive to the settlers on the Sd lands of Western Can ada. which comprises the great garain and Blanclg lands fianitoba, Assnibota. Alberta and Saskatehewan. Exceptional advantages and lowratesof are are given to those desir ons of inspecting the fall grant lands, The handsome forty-page Atlas of Western Csn a Nent free to all applicants. Apply to F. Pedley, Superinten...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

N &CLICLN8E and Notaries Publ e ~Olpm-h Weataa aAd Lske Char~Le uiP.wgt M.tto m to all bu 'ýln. SEITO ON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on rIhird street, west of Cary avenue. Free Estimates Given on Ap plication. Living Prices an d First Class Work. BoNDS . GIVEN IF REQUIRED. GRILLS o Design to suit 'rj t< -,. All kinds of fui rlil ur:o r c.: and recons~ri,:, amine sanr!!Y': ,,' ( : MANTLE . :" Racket store. 73 MARK D. Ri Kod oI Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cures all somfacle treubles prepared only by E. 0. TIwTTT & (CO.. (Chicag the$1.bottle contains=i ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

cIZEy BANK, -Jennintgs, * - Louisiana. TEST PAID. ON TIMVE DEPOSITS. 0DIRECOTORS-J. H. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, E. I. Hall, D. Hebertt, A. D. McFarlai, A. M. Art,bur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. C Andrus. Colletious rcceiva pr.ompt, attention. A general banking busi- t ness t.ratll::t i. c Neat, Light and Stylish. SEuggies and Surreys of Every De- 1 " scription Are Represented in Our Stock. We have just xxhat *ou want. anlit. while we handle only the most rt liabth 1 o"od-., o01ur11 prices are verxy inoi. rat. lighitly made ye, celes require no bctelr recoinne ndation thai. hard service. o: 1l ,st wrkant:lixship :ant n onrest pri'ce have s toid miort \-Itl:ix es fur ns thlan il] i 'e 'iiti .0 praise we could I e.tow upon ciolu. \ :n s1il ·y salisfxy You !::t1, this is so. and it will afford us tleasure ,,. t:, he w1 ,, vo ul th e n o. ': t c ot lm h -t't lin ' u , . arrigclst;, a ld i:t':ess in thi. :ction of ,coP/¢' ihe country. This is our claim: we ask ,. o to call and p...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

?ýnnuN . -$ - - - AL Wonder if Prince Henry has got his sleep up yet. Pasibly the man who went crazy over ping pong didn't have far to go. M.ost every woman listens for the silken rustle when she walks past an other woman. War is not only what General Sher man said it was, but it is expensive. Is it not, J. B.? It must be a hard heart that feels anything but sympathy for the poor t little boy King of Spain. The contention that after all Kan sas City girls have the biggest feet is hotly resented by Chicago. Iowa need not think it at all neces sary to compete with Texas as a rais er of early spring tornadoes. Mr. Edison very kindly informs the other inventors just how he would build an airship if he had time. The real "sporty" person is perhaps l:ie man who has a ping-pong ankle, a golf-stick shoulder and a baseball eye. The Western railroad that carried c. 'tle for 108 hours without food or water deserved to be fined more than $100. David Robinson. a gifted Boston bootblack. is to b...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

Caught in a Buge Leo Jam~ O NE spring we got caught in a log Jam on the Sara nae River," said E. C. Baker. of Plattsburg, re cently, in describing the operations of loggers in the Adirondacks. "A log swung across the verge of the last precipice at High Falls. and over 40). 400 pieces became massed in a solid formation there is the narrow gorge. We did not use dynamite in those days. atnd nothing could be done to break the jam except to cut out the log which held the key to the situation. ,"A volunteer was called for, and Henry Martin was the only driver who offered to chop the offending log away. A -large rope was thrown across the river and held at either end by men. Martin lashed himself to the rope,. was drawn to the centre of the gorge and lowered to the verge of the precipice. •'Martin chopped there for two hours, during which all of us were in a ter rible suspense. and then the log snapped in wno. The thousands of pieces whic wet're thus released.pushed by the great acclumulat...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 14 June 1902

A. D. MA - ? X ... Dealers in Real Estate ... U gOil Lands a Specialty Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. • WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LIST OF RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN LOTS o List Your Property With UV, and See Us IH You Wanf tof guy. Off ic .e Le M§ 4 ' JENNA. JvGS WOOD -ne CnOAL FREE AN D P1 OMPT D:'Lit RY AT. M. S. POG-E S. cj . "- - LawyJ ary Public ( l 7 iw-,. :  I t  \\ hy mo ' ltu rn is.h - in - l t 1 . . o f th e il lit h l. All shoes don't look alike don't fit alike don't wea alike \ If you cwant the best for S FIT WEAR and LOONS try the Florsheim . Shoe for men S.00 and higher, but S - better than any other Sold by J. c. MA VS, .FNING--, t._A. LEADS TIHl:3 t LL. - ')n e ,lillute ('cuih ure ' (iheats all other iiedicine- I ever tried fo(r coiughs. colds. 'roup :ntIl lthIrot and lung troul,les. su -' It. 'Scotti ('lelin o(f Lo ganton. 1'a. (in \linute C'ou;rh Cu'rt. is tlie only ablsolute ly ate cougrh rent edy which Iaet. inmitdiately. Mothers ev...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 16 June 1902

SJNNINGS DAILY RECORD. aND LOAL NEWSPAPR. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JNING SUBSRIPTION ent a Month; a Year N. L. MILLER. Editor and PropretO.1 " JEJNN1NGS, LOUIBIAA MONA. JUNE 16, 190 NUMR1 -1 48. _ _-_ A: lev. Moreo e. --- -- Rv. At A e, >' nn 1 & lineUn I PT A TE n C l Rev. Morehouse. Something I II New....... Under the Sun ...THE ... SHOE T ALWAYS ON HAND AT BUCKLIN BROS - -,- SUMIMERTIME " -onl kind wet :le,. and it is in the Cu:t r = -; i m" 1tir oI 1i.in eUf - th.at we w\rl -h at un ~al ~l" '~ u tt + 0 i a : ýTrn lu t ,. ,` ,.:-un " a j(, :: / , r i ,., 11j",, ... G. ri. Osl & 1 SONS ... 5,`_ Jennings Luaber Co., Ltd., SWill keep on hand all kinds of to Luimber, ie and Cypress. Also M1ounldings, Sash Doo,rs, Frames, Columns, Etc. , Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. ta N .Submit your plans for estimate. st B. F. McCRARY, tt Phone No. 156. Manager. The Duncan Studio -- = Photographs Taken Rain or Shine. Copying and Enlarging a Specialty. Picture Frame...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 16 June 1902

~Tt1E DEA~hVAL4EV . ;iin Southern ·)ifornna is the ilottstc 'and "Iest . in the Known Wo w~"I M4 Nto oouatlete 1plofioisf the · amed Death valley ot southern Call -ieall-- had ever been made, owing to t he fLet that few human beings could endure the climatic conditions there. The region is doubtless the most in alslbrious and torrid on the face of the earth, and the bones of men and anlmals that strew its heated sands testify to the fact that those who named it fully understood its nature. But despite the difficulties that have confronted explorers an expedition is now in the valley which gives prom ise of revealing to the world many physical features hitherto matters of mere speculation, and adding greatly to the sum of knowledge pertaining to a vast territory so inhospitable as to have inspired a popular dread only paralleled by that which surrounds the deadly upas tree. of fable and story. Last November the expedition re ferred to started on its mission and is expected to conclud...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 16 June 1902

ES DAY OF DOOM. :o the Last, the Light-Hearted Population Refused to Believe There Was Danger, Though the Warning Was Ample. The special correspondent of the New York Herald, writing from St. Pierre, Martinique, says: It is not so very long ago that I vis ited this poor St. Pierre-this now city of the dead. It had. I am told, undergone but few changes until the coming of that frightful day which changed it so utterly. Where all is now aching desolation a chaos of ruined walls, blackened stumps of trees and sickening stench, there basked in summer sunshine a little city splashed through with vivid ZONES OF DESTRUCTIVENESS AT ST. PIERRE AS REPORTED BY UNITED STATES GEOLOGIST. 63°x! QOu.es de M. r o .~:t color-red tiled roofts cutting sharp lines on walls of creamy white, yellow and orange and bird's-eye blue, min gled with the green of tropic verdure. Built on a long undulation, which slop ed to the sea, where it clustered in a riot of color near the shore, its sub urban spots could b...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 16 June 1902

Mud s at. aes a3ubtl -I 1.N H. T AS, :M:ASTE.R P.''-INTE R. : hop on 'Third str 'et. west of Cary avenue. : Free Estimat:-:i G(ivern o'. A plication. Living Pi,-es a'.,: First Class Work. BONDS GIVEN's IF Q: Design ti, ,uli , . All kinds _, .ai r.pair.d and recolstrl :-:'c o . (.a. a :,! .: - amine sam ples of GLi:,.f.f.i MANTLE work. S: , r Raciket st:e. 7:k: - MARK D. RiTT- i. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food.. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cures all stomach troubles preppared only by E. 0. DEWITT & Co.. OChicagc TbsS.bottle ontains2. times tbS0c. sie. Sold at Tr!' y's I)rri Store. BUD1 ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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