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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 20 June 1902

NNINGS DAILY RECORD. STAPER. Un-OFFICIALC ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; SS a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA FRI DAXY.;JUNE 20, 1902 NUMBER 147 Something - New....... Under the Sun ... THE ... HANAN SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND AT BUCKLIN BROS - SUMMERTIME means hot, scorching days, when the lightest of wearing apparel is the only kind wearable, and it is in the matter of lightness that we wish to call your attention to our straw hats. Almost gossamer in weight, they pro tect yet do not oppress the head. Of the most stylish mode, strong and durable, they offer in every way the most serviceable and delightful head wear. - y S ... G. H. MORSE & SONS... I i Jennings Lumber Co., Ltd., Will keep on hand all kinds of Lumber, Pine and Cypress. Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. ' ~Submit yOur plans for estimate. B. F. McCRARY, Phone No. 156. Manager. -- -- · - -.  The Duncan...

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. — 20 June 1902

ý' 1' .'..: ý.. X1.4 " ý. - .y ý ' 'A White 1ight at tepy Ho ". The old Dutch dhurch tikt *ving 'loved + !p.w aijtas windows thick with frost. eepare the snows upon its roof. Itdsancient groves in drifts are lost; Thericy pond and ruined mill Lie in the' moonlight white and still. The bridge beyond the willows. where ,Tae .headless horseman rode by night I1~ 4 of carted marble now. :TIj .eWndang roant-is smoothly white. The bushes sheeted specters pale In Sleepy Hollow's haunted vale. But in the woodland's snowy heart A little brook I cannot see Among the stiffly frozen reeds. Still keeps its merry spirit free. And with a steadfast faith sublime Sings of the joys of sumniertine. -Minna irving in the E'ra. A Pennsylvanla Csmrsde. Gen. James W. Latta was born in Philadelphia April 19. 1839. He was graduated from the Central High school in July. 1856. and admitted to the bar April 19. 1860. He enlisted at the outbreak of the war as private in Company D. Gray Reserves (now First Regimen...

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. — 20 June 1902

~''2: iros~ Dnal Stors Pub G. a ' 'FoledC ' iyelltW Aunt Judy tit 4"mi the wash house, door, 'wey you t] .~ gwine'? 'Come back heuh, you triflin', a black rascal .Didn't Ah tell you to b .tai' right by dat wringah until Ah e was through wid you? n 'flI was des, swine down to see it Mist' Jimmy's boat was tied," said the t reereant Napoleon, as he shifted his )r weight from one black, sun-cracked. bare foot to the other. J "Yaas, I" 'specs dats w'at dat extry f fishhook is a hangin' in dem kinks j behine you' ear fo'; and w'at you got in you' han'?' Dat's a box o' wu'ms. sho's Ise alive. 'Pears like you ain't got sense enough to bell a buzzard, 'Poleon!" Napoleon rolled his eyes cautiously around towards a clump of saw pal metto in the edge of the "scrub." where a wide, straw hat could be seen above the tops of the palmetto fans. and a knotty fishpole waved jerkily. Would she see it? Napoleon's heart almost stood still as Aunt Judy's eyes turned in that direction, but old eyes that a...

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. — 20 June 1902

s irn at Law l:.:l:: Nlahr.t PaMIb .. BEITON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on 'Third street, west of Cary avenue. Free Estimates Given on Ap plication. Living Prices a n d First Class Work. BONDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED. 101 Sof nc GRILIJS:7 r~i' r S Order re en Design to,- s;ui 2 a tas- o. fr, All kind.- cL iuri ,cr rep.i red n and reconstru.ted. Casl ,nd- su amine sa:Ltr~e of -,--[L = le( MANTLE ":r,'k. ~'!r , : .th o' ye Racket st,,,. 75d frw MARK D - an nc 18 Je Kod o ha 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 everythilng else failed. Is yc unequalled for the stoolach. Child- tT ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. 1 First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cur's all s5t.20ach p -trUes Prepared only by I. C. I -TT...

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. — 20 June 1902

I E POSITS. HI O -. E. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, E. I. Hall, D. Hebert, bi . E. MFariaiu, A; M..Arthur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus. d Col'-',..ILcs roceive pr! 1!t , anttention. A general banking busi- at ness tra.n1:'ctes. .- ~ ~- .. .. . Neat, ight and Stylish. %r.-.,:, Buggies and Surreys of Every De -_ scription Are Represented ft in Our Stock. ---_-- __t'e have jut vha: you -v::nt. ::n: 1 w-i- 1 we huandlce ol\' the - . :: p ffood'- Our pri ces are v y" ui- " ., lR ic oly n de ver, clos requiry n1 1.'1` r'tcA:oilll' nd t1ion thoi . hard Y :i i: at' . i- '1 est work"mnanhi,1p and hone't p"i: t : h: v i - .-.a d m v e'hi ..c for .as than ":ul tu: e prllt n pr- i- w- .i uld l . , up n ,,-'. \- can easily s i,:y ,u "hat \,ou to ca!l ancd pi've the seri: o: . r C . ItCO, ngs, a SSpring, Gentle 8SpT . y(u re l come aGain, the ':yes sa.lýlson of the year. T'lh ' i sr:l"in for rnuewed huildind o!per:nl, - t'lt ;n r\s :, "iand.l This is iC' ditca( ,,,l , t-h te deand w ,ube...

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. — 20 June 1902

.KEPT GUILTY SECRET LONG ° fVlragic Story of Unpremeditated Crpie eComes from .Wellingto* , County, Kansas. Victor Hugo once gave a magnificent analysis of the mysterious power which drives a cri'minal to confess his etime. It is not necessarily remorse or repentance, but a demon something which will not be appeased until the story is told to human ears. Even the crininlal who gloats and rejoices over the blood he has spilled, must tell someone of the deed. And in the Cummings case reported from Wel lington, we have a curious example of this power. Cummings killed a vixenish servant girl by throwing a broom at her when he saw her spit in a dish, of food which she was bearing to the break fast table. The broom went endwise and struck her in the temple, but it did not render her unconscious. She seemed to be getting along all right, but a few days later, when the family was away from home, she suddenly died. Cummings buried her body in a cornfield, but afterward dug it up and burned i...

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. — 20 June 1902

`ae ;s 5spsrstltlos.a Tom 8irkey's name must be added - the list or superstitious fghters. eywould like to have his friends . that he cares nothing for good duarms and other objects carried ;-rfing by tghtea. to make them iia ;but it is n e'ertheless true that Tom has often declareA that he was -a victim of a hoodoo after losing a fight. Sharkey, like all sons of the ould sod, is partial to green, and when 8' first became a figure in the heavy weight championship he used to wear a set of green colors every time he went in the ring. After win cing a couple of good fights Sharkey thought that it would be the proper caper to show his patriotism by adopt ing a set of colors that would repre sent the United States of America. He was presented with an Amdrican flag to -act as a belt for his fighting trunks, and wore the colors when he foilght Jim Corbett. and was awarded the fight on a foul. When he met Jim Jeffries the Californian was heralded as the coming true American cham pion, and...

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. — 20 June 1902

McFARLAIN 1 EALT:V ... Dealers In Real Estate... Oil 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 , List Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy. ýof ý A. D. McPARLAIN'S STORE, JEn,EINS, n,ext El RE ) LOUISIANA. WOOD and COAL FREE AND PROMPT Dl LLIVERY AT. M. S. POGUE'S. Phone 90. 82d tf C. E. WOOTEN, Fornerly of North Louilrsua. Lawyer Notary Public d Land and Oil Matters and Corporation & Law. r Titles examined and Charters drawn. Special facilities at Lake Charles and at Crowley for furnish- d ing reliable alstracts of the oil field. SeF.orsheirn SHOE Alshoes don't look aie t don't fit alike don't wear aike If ~ ,vant the best for FIT Ii W EAR I and ; I LO S try the Florsheim Shoe for men $ .500 and higheP., ut better than any other Sold by J. CAIM 4TIV S, .IEI NGS, La. Lt:AI'O TH EiM ALL. '"(.1 "e ý.iinultt,. l",7::_:1h ('t u r" hlt' t s ttll (othev hidt i,'i.l,...

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. — 21 June 1902

ThE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. Ly - - AN IND-P'NDENT L AL NEWSPAPER. Un--OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Prorleto )Ol; . H III. JENN1NGS, LOUISIANA SATURDAY. JUNE 21, 1902. NUMBER 148 Something New....... Under the Sun . ... TH E ... SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND AT BuCKtlN BROS A Pretty Foot... However shapely can easily be turned into a deformity by ill-fitting shoes. Therefore don't risk your comfort and ease, but buy shoes that are worthy of the name. You will find them at MORSE'S. Shoes that are built by skill and brains. C'ombin t ing beauty of form, beauty of style, perfect durability and perfect comfort ... G. H. MORSE & SONS... Jennings Lumber Co., Ltd., Will keep on hand all kinds of Lumber, Pine and Cypress. Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. SifSubmnit your plans for estimate. - . f McCRARY, Phne . anager. ThAce D -c S. uio ICE CREAM SODA, Sc. --COMPLE...

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. — 21 June 1902

lt might be unstfe now to flee even "wi to lth~mountains of Hepsidam. In Mr. Morgan's version of the Bible who it reads: "He that hath shall keep on the taking." gro ler Money certainly seems to have been who the root of considerable evil in the th Ford family. por ler Prince Henry has now been having ve, an enthusiastic reception at Cork. ped 'Och der broth of a boy! 'Do da3 The up-to-date Chicago girl now dis has her initials embroidered on her sta shirt waist. How "tasty!" of anc Mr. Carnegie is giving away automo- wh biles. Most persons, however, would blu prefer one of his autographs. 'Dc dad "I hear three voices calling." says Th an eastern poet. The butcher, the ice- sto man and the landlord, probably. wh of A Boston paper says Hetty Green dei "has gotten" a permit to carry a pis- cit tol. Pass the smelling salts, please. lin wh The man who would botanize on his the mother's grave is around again with the a funny cartoon of the St. Pierre hor- ar ror. for -1 Mr. Carnegie says...

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. — 21 June 1902

Seed for Cslves A report from the Kansas station says: Kaffir corn meal has proven to r be a superior feed for calves. It seems a to be constipating, and materially as- a slats in checking the tendency to I scours, so common. with calves. Ex- v periments at this station show that t calves will begin eating shelled corn v when three to four weeks old and will t do as well or even better than when f fed corn chop. When possible it is c desirable to feed a mixture of shelled f and ground Kaffir corn. Soy beans i have been tested at this station as a calf feed, and all results indicate that they are not adapted to young calves in any quantity whatever. They are very loosening and cause scours. Calves will begin to nibble at hay about the same time they commence to eat grain. When from six to eight weeks old, the calves under experi- 1 ment at the Kansas Agricultural col lege consumed from one-half to one pound daily per head. Mixed orchard grass and prairie hay are best. Alfalfa -hay pr...

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. — 21 June 1902

- W.'8NN GS, - - - - AL. ~ might be unsafe now to flee even to temoumnttains of Hepsidam. n. Mr. Morgan's version of the Bible St reads: "He that bath shall keep on Money certainly seems to have been the root of considerable evil in the Ford family. Prince Henry has now been hcalng an enthusiastic reception at Cork. 'Och der broth of a boy! The up-to-date Chicago girl now has her initials embroidered on her shirt waist. How "tasty!" Mr. Carnegie is giving away automo biles. Most persons, however, would prefer one of his autographs. "I hear three voices calling." says an eastern poet. The butcher, the ice man and the landlord, probably. A Boston paper says Hetty Green "has gotten" a permit to carry a pis tol. Pass the smelling salts, please. The man who would botanize on his mother's grave is around again with a funny cartoon of the St. Pierre hor ror. Mr. Carnegie says there is no pa triotism in trade. There are some rerrons, however, whose trade is pa triotism. Hety Green has been...

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. — 21 June 1902

4.4 Feed for Calves. A report from the Kansas station I says: Kaffir corn meal, has proven to ric be r superior feed for calves. It seems sol to be constipating, and materially as- ati sists in checking the tendency to In scours, so common, with calves. Ex- wl periments at this station show that fin calves will begin eating shelled corn ur when three to four weeks old and will th do as well or even better than when foi fed corn chop. When possible it is cc desirable to feed a mixture of shelled to: and ground Kaffir corn. Soy beans he have been tested at this station as a or calf feed, and all results indicate that sk they are not adapted to young calves st in any quantity whatever. They are w very loosening and cause scours. pr Calves will begin to nibble at hay at about the same time they commence to its eat grain. When from six to eight to weeks old, the calves under experi- bE ment at the Kansas Agricultural col- bE 'lege consumed from one-half to one pound daily per head. Mixed...

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. — 21 June 1902

8 P CLINE, a .N ob~ Pablo Enters .ic... and LaMe C.hasM . -m tt at-o all baitse.u BEI'TO I H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on Third street. west of1 Cary avenuo. " Free Estimates G.iven on Ap plication. Living Prices ani c A: First Class Work. BONDS G-vrEN IF .rTu . sonE. _ - - the R . O :'d' ;'.• Design to suit t,u:r ia:-"'. pay All kinds of furn itur repaired or and reconstructc i. Call a-nd - und amine samples of GIZILL nd cil MANTLE w ;r'k. Shop :ort'h ,of Racket sto re. 73d w our now MARK D. RITTER. to d -- T to t! Kodo Dyspepsia Cure' pro Digests what you eat. bee This preparation contains all of th e digestants and digests all kinds of pu food. It gives instant relief and never allo fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive this stomachs can take it. By its use many as t thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is b id unequalled for the stomach. Child- salt ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. bii First dose...

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. — 21 June 1902

Sl. - .. Lo isiana. D O'. O-TIMVE DEPOSITS. '3Ri 'T0l i S--J. It. .'I :tan, C. A. Ioowry, E. I. HI:all, D. Hebhert, .I.D. Ma~iiartt, A. M.1. .rl hur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. O. .A'drus. " Collectioas receive prompt attention. A general banking busi ness trans acted. Neat, Light and Stylish.' .._r".- Duggies and Surreys of Every De -- scription Are Hopresentea in Our Stock. -W- h:ave ;u whiat yo vint, :': 1""'A ,'r w t'-t ý orkla :l, ý ip) Aln : nl m -',, I r'icv" 11:t\' .gold more vehicles for us than ail tli O.Printed l)r .We w( c,,uLi il t l. ), i mrior. ,\' can . i.-ilY .:t i- f[ yOU Ithat thiis is so. and it will afford us. ipcasurel I to .how you the Int-t com, ,i't, ;i:" 1 : c / ý/ ýN ('arriarees and 1Iarness in thi. . .. 'ti. l.f tihe country. This is our cil: %e a: you to call and prove the assertion. S,_. & CO., Jennings. La. Spring, Gentle Spriv . you're come again, the rya y. : season of the year. 'Th: soasoL, for renewed building olerarion is at hand. This i...

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. — 21 June 1902

EDIUOATION 4S HER LIFE WORK Mamserlea Womam Who Conduets a : :taLbs' Oihast a onstantinople. The Brst woman in the history of the Congregational church to receive -the degree of bachelor of divinity is Miss Florence A. Fensham of Con stantinople, upon whom the honor was recently conferred in Chicago,aft er she had taken a course in the Chi cago Theological seminary. Miss Fensham is a native of East Douglas, --:Mass. While young she moved with her family to Albany, N. Y. She received her education at Cor aell and Harvard, subsequently study ing at the University of Edinburgh and at Oxford University, England. After her Oxford course she went to Constantinople, where she occupied the c hair of Biblical literature and com .parative religion in the American col lege for girls, an institution founded by Americans. She now holds the im portant position of dean of the col lege, and when she returns to the Turkish capital, next August. she will also assume the duties of chaplain. FIRST WOM...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 21 June 1902

.. n .ýZ .r ,.r': v. . r::_ . . .. ..ý. .t .:.w . . . .': ý.:ý. _ ....'.ý.. _ _ ý rý. .( _.._ __ t ý - - .._. _. _ ._yi.,i."+...E 4ýýý, Yr,.7.y.ýr. '+'ý'Y iý vd:n:ý`2Fi0.ýi'ýi '.. " i telra-lutagtm. " tbh Bowel rof l I of the weraewoma are so tryinma on th that ggtimes Chit seems tis ipeTble to stend up under the ttain. >< aw to C. J. MOF TT, #0. !.. ST. L 1si1, mO. + e. be omes nervous, irritable and cross, . a r. wIti e es' EenalA radodw cn he wok a worr that sattseiedssiee the n te seitio t hh t a·tu times d iesliem ae ehr. It is Ga Pner~ lly "an-down" con lect at such times brings on many forms ofchronic disase. A general tonic is what is needed. . F. P. JUSAT UOEH A TONI. It P aonitha The wori and worry that attendcas the It builds up othe average woman are o other medicin proven over and ovn the syem thout atnds ofgrateful lemtters m o ea botle to - tand up nder the strain. And every oe istressing Irrita tion of nkin ande calp Instantly ohe beea. It isrgenera lly "runow...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 21 June 1902

... Dealers in Real Estate ... Oil Lands a Specialty E. . Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. · W ALSO HAVE A LARGE LIST OF RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN. LOTS * _Lit Yiur Property With Us, and See Us If You Want tB Buy nOfie o. D. rLFARE, JENNIA.GS ., . .. TEN, IT'or r - i of North Lawyr r .oary Public Land and Oil M'latters anlz £orDoration Law. Titles exanminu,'i and Charters draw:i. Special ee.i!ities at Lake Charles and at C rowle'lty for furnish ing reliable abstricts of the oil field. Plenty of Fresh Water. Reg'di.-' ' La : dry aud con tiliued hli, wi L-l,-i.1'0I ho, rice crop throughout u:1:, i( uedi ian siectt)il is doing eP1t_ -  yi' v-cl. The L. & H. Ca:.: is !r(,t catinutlly full for thIl f;iri.s land he who falls to t:ake a;idv;L:t;ag t of the fresh water snuply, has no right to gruruble vwhen salt :water reaches .s. H .2;-ver we ,have ever.v reason t >.i .e , i that wet will have peil+:.v of frelli water for a weetr i:)':-:l" al, ie...

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. — 22 June 1902

HB JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. N: DEr'T LOCAL NýWSPAPElt. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Nroprjetr __1 \'··IJh ~: ~JENN1NGS, LOUISIANA MONDAY. JUNE 23, 1902. NUE 4 .L. L9er-' U ammarmdmmemast&r warn Something New....... "" Under the Sun ... THE... HANAN SHOE ,"` ` '. - ' ALWAYS " . ,O N HAND AT BUC(LIN BROS L A Pretty Foot... Hto tever shapely can ..il:, 1.. turned intto a dtl(oI'ltnit %' hý ill-tittint e ,-ho :s. Tt hirt'!'c!'' dm 'it risk yo:u- comfort t ant , tI.ýt. 1. 1t - it ... iý. th: i 1't `/ 1 t,:L of Ith ' nt ;'! . 'OL, t ill iiti w. X .1: l:r·th . rt t ittllrt"' .s. h. ,."'. t;i 1 V '-.` tr, e:, durability a di t l perit" , t a.!fo!rt ;: -m=· -, ... G. H. MORSE & SONS Jennings Lumber Co., Ltd., W il l,-lii (t ( hanid all kind. (If Lumber. :e and Cypress _15s, Mfiouldin.,_". `ash D(,{:o-. Frat:es. C't:lumnls. Etc. Y 2ar-, juG, ,;,u11h of Electric Light Plant. ,S l. F. McCRARY, 5P ne .1o. 1i....

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. — 22 June 1902

E E`alN FPITAL t ( Special Letter.)........ CONSPICUOUS feature in the gay life of the French capital this spring is the great number of Americans. These folks from over the sea are dis tinguished by the wonder ful elegance of their cos tumes and their apparent enjoy ment of all attainable luxuries, without regard to expense. Presumed ly, a big throng has come over from the United States to participate in the pranks of the coronation season in London, and this whirl in Paris is a real giddy preface. Anyhow it is clear that hundreds of Americans with lots of money to spend and hundreds mod erately supplied with cash will tour on this side the Atlantic this year. Of course tradesmen and hotelkeep ers-indeed, all industries in Europe expect quite a financial harvest from this unusual number of sight and health seekets. The bands of latter-day "Truands" which now inhabit some parts of Paris Hutel den Inv.*ides. are not ordinary criminals, but are the Truands that Jean Ritchiepin describ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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