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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 2 July 1902

1. 1. ALL, plre t, D .- D. ANDRUS, V.-Pres't. J. H. HOFIA?1N, Cashier THE CITIZENS EýANK, Jennings, - - Louisiana. a INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. i DIRECTORS-J. H. F!'fFitTuin, C. A. Lowry, E. I. ii.dI, D. Hebert, A. D. Mci~arlain, A. M. Arthur, Ead Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. z Andrus. Colleetious receive prlun ipt attention. A general banking busi* 'ness tritns~utete;. Neat, :L4"-;iiht and Stylish.,' iuggies and Surreys of Every Fi-e - scription Are RepresenteJi j' in Our Stcc k. «e have just whi, ;u u N,.. .. .~ *. while, \\e handle (ill.% tL,1,,. ni jeiji . ·t . ',goods, out' price(, \ (' i0t'· I +7P ':,3"} ':r;' W~rý.r:e'tlDini ll iendatit: !.L ' 1. "- "" ý"ý ý;," ~ rp" >, ith . \\') li litl ; x(i:iii,·tio -, C.P*/pt '",/vnt f'ý the intlw Axe k%, O CZPY~~for .d ~ · :; ` ,,ti . 1I "'~ r7- `7j i'. :I :I i( ,. t :. .;I 61 11 ti~ t' atZ'i1ate~ri~ii !1, 1 FIL E-- '. i L B O ]atT, IL,. 'PTLr = r l , P.. , ties !r .l AIN ~ A u a ment11(l 1' I lý itS t .I ýy117 \t~ 1. u;-e :I plt...

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. — 2 July 1902

TfE COLORADO CHIAUTAUQUA It was the desire of the foa ners of u bul the Chautanuqua at Boulder, Coloredei topic to establish a suuninmr assembly which, has « would attract iatrons from all parts aiadi of the United States. The splendid leasi summer climate ard magnificent seen- has ery of the Rocky mountains afforded tain a basis for the atoiement, and four. TI years of experience have shown that en, the original plans of the Chantauqua and were wisely drawn. The attendance ever from twenty-five states last year, and day the increasing interest In this favored for assembly, have assuredl the manage- Si ment for the present year that the conw coming season will be a great success. prof This means, however, that all friends foul of the Chautauqua shall assist in the Ti good work and by their encouragement sor and co-operation the hands of the lead-,. will era-will be upheld. Chautauqua work- cal era are born, not made. They are im- Ti pelled by a love of the work and not 0. I by finan...

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. — 2 July 1902

S"1ARTINIQU I (Special Letter.) ATHIETICALLY interesting little is the following letter from heavy 1 S a correspondent who visit- more lii - ed the island of Martinique ed revol but a few weeks before the the beh awful event which blotted the hun out one of the fairest spots so mucl of the earth: are bro Favored by bright, balmy weather, lockets andisturbed by serious thoughts of lets, br material things and possessed of patterns health, strength and a cheerful, care- ence. tree disposition, the dwellers of the Little Island of Martinique pass a thorough- ancient ly enjoyable existence. Its warm, geous beautiful climate, charming situation upon tt and charming cities impress the tray- in intri eler udost favorably, while the untail- roons a ang good humor and accommodating ful in 1 pure bl + p 'blood, and al eýL *are vei only t4 for wb S best fi Sand to! awkws The island speak while S an act 1 ýthe sp The w thing / I creole the ni to be birth. The the 1, most ýf r! the rt tingui A F...

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. — 2 July 1902

LMcFAIRLAIN REALTY A ... Dealers in Real Estate... E Oil Lands a Specialty Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. 41 WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LIST OF RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN LOTS o List Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy. Ofoe A. D. McFARLAIN'S STORE, LEOUSAN. C. E. WOOTEN, Formerly of North Louikiana. It Lawyer a Notary Public Land and Oil Matters and Corporation Law. I Titles examined and Charters drawn. Special facilities at Lake Charles and at C'rowley for lfurnish ing reliable abstracts of the oil field. PURINA Is only Sold in t, Sacks like this or' b The feed that t keeps Mules up ad feed bills s O0wE aa McCon & Co. ý GENERAL CONTRACTORS. DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY t Plans, Specific tions and Estimates Furnished.1 Mr. Horse Owner. P WE are after Tenr trade in the feod lie. We are after it with g.ed, etesa. hoanest feed; with prompt ser yioe, fall weights and right prices. It doesn't matter to us whether rea buy feed for one horse or a ...

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. — 3 July 1902

K THE JENNINGS DAILY RECOR i ~Db LOCAL NEWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION.50 cents a Month; S Year. N. L. MILLER. Edltor and Prope . ...L SY 4U~yU11:IlI ~i JEN41NG. LOUIISIANA THURSDAY JULY. II, 1902SB I W~ww f Mnetani's New Callt1 LEVYS' Outfitters d Tailors. Thro OUR ENTIRE LINE OF STRAW HATS AT... ONE HALF ORIGINAL .'. PRICE. 1 $5.00 STRAW HATS $2.50 dier 3.00 STRAW HATS 1.50 Sevi sails' 2.50 STRAW HATS 1.25 Alas] supe 2.00 STRAW HATS 1.00 ?rap City. 1.00 STRAW HATS .50 BVU Acr< acco SD. C. BROWN this _, . w., . I- ,i<i? "...E CO4NTRACTOR jure ...GENETRAL aOpd BUIDIER u Agatete Plaster, Plaster Paris, By I Fire Brick and Clay. Brick Buildiug a Specialty. Correspondence fell Solicited. Office over Scott Bros. Store. Front last Room. Lock Box 164. incl JENNINIGS, . - LOUISIANA. How can the Sun san help but Shine met upon a shoe so 3uin popular. Every well dress By man wears dis] . THE ... rep kill Mo tict BUCKLIN BROS Yo the sel .ýr ". A FOURT...

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. — 3 July 1902

It Is .a little-early yet toipake any "C prediction as to the. team that will W carry off the pennant in the' National an Leagtue. 'Wonderful changes may' oc- re .ipar between now and the:eloSe of the C, , but. in .the opinion-of the big ,bu askjity of base ball followers, it will 'f -idire a' change little- less 'than mi-. An .,uaolou - for the Pittsburgs to be-dis- .wi lacead from the first ,osition. The an club starts off the race 'l'ik a pennant me Skwiniter and unless 'injuries Tay low a is lame ,number of the star -players on th t,e. eas it. is hard to. figure where it taI be beaten. On paper, at least, it hgit'he strongest aggregation of play "ers  in the league, none of, the other of clpb ,pipparitug.~with it, with the .pos- Cl :sbible eception of-' Brooklyn. The ~ih~nae League has made sad in xnda ito the other National League - teams, badly crippling the. pijority of 'hem; ' buit not so with Pittsburg. The splendid aggregation of players that - captured the pennant .fqr...

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. — 3 July 1902

a..!'y. ha ,'' 'ý " ·.,ý Ti~e devastated island of Martinique has suffer ething beside volcanic e e 'stupendous explostons - ' bbtedly , kilted tens of- thb d ly snakes known as the fer de lance, or iron lance in English, but.enough probably remain to make the work of succor one -of great peril. The negro labor ers, who know the hauntsof these ser pents, decline to toil in the localities where they were known to abound. This is why many of them refuse to Swork for three or four times the or dinart pay to bury the dead at St. Pierro, for they believe the snakes have bee4 driven to the coast by the volcanic eruption of Mount Pelee. Even in India there is nothing more venomous than the crawling monster of Martinique and last year over 1,000 persons succumbed to the virus in jected intb them from the fangs of this serpent. This is a higher ratio of mortality from this source, popula tion considered, than anything India can show. The fer de lance is an Importation from Trinidad. The re...

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. — 3 July 1902

oe aM aorotari h.la S a e hi, mu mneim ao .t bsuian ENITON B. THOIAS, ; MASTER PAINTER. Shop nu. 'll.ird street, westot e C Ca.:' avenue. Fre' Estin:ites Given on Ap- - plicatin. Living_ Prices and First Class W. .rk. j1 Bo-TD Gtl x ir RFEQUIRED. Ord.r. has the De.i; ; :.. , '. taste. Sta All c . f u "ni. u'"e r' Hai red and ret .r, I rt- .. ,i ;:d ex- ing amine i. i s of a !-ILL - a;nd me l M.\NT[:. . . '-k. 1h1, north of in Racket ,sore. 7d &wV Far MARK D. RITTER. - - -. .- -. . -- .-- pos sou sou -Kodol r mu Dyspepsia Cure Digests,what you eat. der This preparation contains all of the te." digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never E 5 fails to.cure. It allows you to eat all fa the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By Its use many u ri thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is anequ'illed for the stomach. Child- 1 ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary....

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. — 3 July 1902

:t 't. R.nUomsuc, esser. * ulisiana. 'liiON TIME. IDEPOSITS. -4.. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, L 1. Hal, D. Heobert, . . M ai,A. M, Arthbur Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. O. . CileoGi nau receive prompt attention. .A general banking busi eiess tr*nsactcd. Neat, Light and Stylish. ., ,. . Buggies and Surreys of Every De -DT- scription Are Represented in Our Stock. We have just what you want, and while we handle only the most reliable goods, our prices are very moderate. Rightly made vet cles require no better recommendation the hard - ervice: li,: est workmanship li nd honent price- ,.\c hold more vehi-.les for us. than i', the printed praise we could bestow uponi them. We can easily satisfy you that this is so. and it will atTord us pleasure to show you the most eCoinmeIe line of S('rrinarte; and Harness in tihs section of the country. This is our claim: we ask you to call and prove the assertion. BL:'CK BROS. & CO., Jennings, L.a. Spring, lnte Spring. yo t're e'nlu again, the gayest s...

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. — 3 July 1902

the Ba3t a12s a. seiet a.d .$, t~fl firm and,(~ 4e@Qul bruises or rotten specks. ` Clingetbnme atfae are much the best. 'OhUosd fruit fromi. the nearest orchards-that whichih has been shipped a long distance seldomi pays for canning. This is particularly true of pears, which are almost flavor. less unless ripened on the tree. Fruit must be picked just as it begins to turn for long-distance shipping, hence is always more or less insipid. Wash and drain the fruit bef(re be ginning to pare it, if it is the least bit dusty or sticky. Pare as thin as possible-the finest fruit flavor lurks next the skin. Drop peaches fast as peeled into a deep jar full of clear lime water. This prevents their turn ing brown and in a :measure hardens I them. Leave them whole unless too 1 big to go in the can. In that case, I halve, leaving the pit in one half. I When all are peeled, drain off the 1 lime water, cover with fresh water, rinse well and weigh. Take half the a weight of pared fruit in granulated...

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. — 3 July 1902

"S 4)'IEWAY TO IRON SHIRTS. SuW  f' -War Is When the Bosom Is 'or. Ironing, told the shirt straight " wn the middle of the back, and iron body mainly straight with the . .: Next fold -a sleeve flat along ':,: loped seam, and iron it upon both Iron first through the middle, . take hold of the wrist-band or shoilder with the left hand and hold taut till the iron goes quite to the Join. Open the wristband, lay it fiat, and iron hard upon the wrong side, then turn upon the right side. Next iron yoke and neckband. Then comes the tug of war-otherwise ironing the bosom. First fasten the neckband properly, next slip the bosom board inside the shirt and spread the bosom smooth upon it, pressing it out simultaneously with both hands. With a thin clean cloth wet the whole linen surface light ly with weak raw starch. Rub it in very well, and if any place feels sticky wipe it off with a cloth dipped in tepid water. Have the iron hot enough to yellow dry cloth if left to stand on it. ten, secon...

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. — 3 July 1902

HOUSEHOLD. ; `'' tr MATTERS PREM&VlcC .FRUiLi.* The meat SIzeA to Setlct andt Hnlf -* avor Fruit of medium size tLUandltigh flavor tsb' or eamling. It should be fully. ripe. pmut tirnt and fre Tfrlnll bruises or rotteni spelks. Clilngstoneu peaches' are Intll( tilt best. Ch lose fruit from the nearest urharilds--that which llthas ibeen shlillppd a lotg distallnce setloutIl Ipays for runin;'. This is partinularly trlue of peal, rs, w' hicl are nIIIost, tl:lvoI' less unless. ripenelld on the tree. Fruit muiiist lh pIicked justl s it liginsll t-. tulrll i'or long-distanllce shipping, hen(tce ls always more or less insipid. \'Wash a:ld dtlaitn the fruit Ibefore lie ginnuing to pre it. if it i. the least bit dtlst or st ickl?. atre ts thin as ossible-tle lintest fruit flivor lurks tIexi the skit. Dlitpl petches ;1st :is peeled intl l deep iar full of 'leat nlt ,e walti'r This pr|vll't,.. their t larn itg browi andl in :I metastul', halrdeni them. .Leave thliet whole utnless lto ...

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. — 3 July 1902

ousehold atters THE WAY TO IRON SHIRTS. The Tug of War is W1hen the Bosom is It eacheli. For ironing, fold lthe shirt straigiht down the tiddle of the back. anti iron the body mainly strnightr with thi warp. Next fold a sleeve tint along the sloped seam. and hron it upon both sides. Iron first thlrough the mliddle. then take hold of the wrtit-htlnd ior shoulder with the left ]:and :iud] hIlt taut till the iron goes quite to the join. Open the wristl::ttd. lay it 1ti., and iron hard upon ti' wronlg silde, then lurit upon ithe right si'd. 'Next Iron yoke and nckbtintd. 'l'ihen ''min's the tug of w\Var-otherwise tro ltia tile bosom. First f'asrto u the .eckl:tild :' li;tly. lnext slip the I l isolll loitt dl ill ~id' tilte shirt and spr'at1d tlt, hos)!: moth: ilpoll it, 1rl'es':11ý it 1  i 00 1illll lt:1Inutslk. with both haIndi. Wr\il :l thin ietl.i clotlh wt tlHe hI (Iho ' l line stt"oilir' light ly w ith vce:lk r-w star'-}h 4"J I ..:ll, very well. ,lidl Ii anty 1li " fel l s .:.i...

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. — 3 July 1902

... Dealers In Real Estate... - ,eOil Lands a Specialty Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. 4 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. Oice A. D. McFARLAIN'S STORE, JENNINVGS, LOUISIANA. nextto - C. E. WOOTEN, Formerly of North Louislatia. Iatel Lawyer a Notary Public Land and Oil Matters ana Corporation V1 Law. yes Titles examined and Charters drawn. Special facilities at Lake Charles and at Crowley for furnish- ing ing reliable abstracts of the oil field. ... V PURI.NA 2 is oaly S ole la Sacks ik this 'm tod The reed that we keeps Maules up ov i teea bills I uWi. !ha] rtir McCon & Co. Ch GENERAL CONTRACTORS. 'h DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY Plans, Specitic tions and E.stinates NE Furnished. I ------------- Jo Mr. Horse th Owner. * 40 w . ar ::, ryur trode in th, I te Siia.. We areaftetr it wihl good, eteaa. henmst feood; with prmp user- In tll wr..ihis and righ pname. It leedfor...

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. — 5 July 1902

THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. 'AN i%91  PLEN LOCAL N EWSPAPEH. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:60 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. \li'D rr -- -ro ~D r. )LUMi.KT'III. JENN1NGS, LOUISIANA SATURDAY JULY. 5, 1902 NTJ : EI 159. i. . - _ {/;- - - - - - - - - _- - . r w a'' l Y LEV YS ' Outfitters and TaloS. S OUR ENTIRE LINE OF < STRAW IIATS AT .... ONE HALF ORIGINAL PRICE. $5.00 STRAW HATS $2.50 3.00 STRAW HATS 1.50 2.50 STRAW HATS 1.25 2.00 STiRAW HATS 1.00 1.00 STRAW HATS .50 --, 7-7I-- D. C. BROWN EERL CONTRACTOR arL d BUILtDER Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement. Agatete Plaster, Plaster Paris, Fire Brick and Clay. Brick Buildiug a Specialty. Correspondence Solicited. Office over Scott Bros. Store. Front Room. Lock Box 104. JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. How can the Sun help but Shine Iupon a shoe so popular. Every well dress 5 man wears ,..THE ... IHANAN BUCKLIN BROS * " A FOURTH OF JULY IHA TI should be a cool and comfort able straw, Panama or Fancy Braid. Come ...

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. — 5 July 1902

July 8 irI ~I Iday, I might " ýý down The O ed the ioned pant o older years new-fi What good ed a thing grove ed ox count the s ter a s small (h / whicl recked st y sa litt the i the the sons ontl the n whal trest ers. wate 4 able ville . peoI o re ' dow pah, As S of cam nita thei the Bac ture wae alc blue fort ime this wit insi In cut we: gill shi the fai cli: the ple sw clr 7 ~ s' sa vti hi Ic On the Nation's Natal Day i BY H. S. CANFIELD. (Copyright, 1i02, by Dailly tory Pub. ('o.) Paul Marrok, who loved Claudia E Vanalster, was a young lawyer of I Smithville, Smith county, Iowa. Like 1 other young lawyers, he were his hair I something longer than fashion de- 1 manded, brushed it straight back to i show his forehead, practiced oratory a good deal and had dreams of the Unit ed States Congress. He was of good .1 habits and in good practice, though with an inborn tendency to be erratic, and felt himself well able to marry. James Bowen, who loved Claudia Vanalster, was commonly calle...

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. — 5 July 1902

ril - I / Z2 c ~~~~ /iL~ A 4 II , / 1 1 II . ' r Gt% 4/\ , I ( ýý K' C- ~ ·Vic'7 A Fourth of July Confession BY CHARLES EUGENE BANKS. (Copyright, 1902. by Daily Story Pub. Co.) "Mr. Arnold, 1 don't think you be lieve what you say." "Indeed I do, Miss Darlington." "Fourth of July is a farce? Then you really think that?" "I mean to say that all the money spent in firing off crackers and burn ing rockets has no useful purpose." "It expresses our feelings, I think, and that is all anything can do for us in this world." "I do not agree with you. There are many simpler and more sensible ways of giving expressions to our emotions than by tilling the air with noise and smoke. It is childish. Grown people ought to be able to show their patriot ism in a more sensible way." "Fudge. You are getting as dry and uninteresting as those old books you bury yourself in most of the time. I believe in life. Books are all well enough in their way. but that is gener ally a very tiresome way." The young ma...

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. — 5 July 1902

:;. ,may,n. . oCL.Lp, JENN • .. CLtt. CUNB & CLNH, U £Mterasuspat JAW nad Notaries PaFblh wrad BE TONl Hi THOIAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on ¶[hird street, west of Cary avenue. Free Estimates (Given on Ap plication. Living Prices. and First Class Work. BONDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED. Writte (IRILL Done to eOrd.!. as A i fed tt Design to suit your taste. all th All kinds of furniture repaired lions and reconstrnc't.e:. Otl and ex- ations amine sampit -(If GRILL and inethol MANTLE work. ýho;) north of ery, h Racket store. 7l &w denly by thi MARK D. R!TTER. I 1. 1 S Dyspepsia Cure Digests wh.t ou eat. ,i a. This preparationr. cot-i . all of the ""n% 0 digestants and iice : 11 kinds of With food. It gives noi t;ni r.eliif a:nd never , fails to cure. I al.,,i,+ y.ou to eat all inj , 1 the food you want. `'The, lra.t sensitive in stomachs canm 1.:,:, f.. i; u. n ny ..u!uF thousands of' d! :o e been :'l1e cured after ever" t '"- , "ie Is jcre a unequalled for ! ,.. ''ii.· ren with weak t:...

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. — 5 July 1902

SCITIZENS BANK, Te Jennings - Louisiana. IDTEREST PAI/D ON TIME DEPOSITS. bee DIRECTORS--J. H. Hoffmanu, C . LA. owry, E. I. Hall, D. Hebert, se A. D. McFarlain, A. M, Arthur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. del Andrus. vas Collectiotls receive prompt attention. A general banking busi- the ness transacted. Neat, Light and Stylishs. Buggies and Surreys of Every De- ad . ~-scription Are Hepresented th in Our Stock. wi We have just what you want, and wh;1le uhandlc only the most reliahle bl po's,o. Our prices are very nlmodet.t. hi. 1.htiy made re', cicrs t require no better on :c t,-moI dAo:ti on t5.a hhard ser1vice : ho)l - r \-: olkhlanship .and holct pticcs have ., i more t, hicles for us than all the I ,.i:t,,l p1n ie we could bestow upon I , ;::. \We ca casii"y satisfy you that ~,, ".1 i. so. m;- .:d it w'ill aTord i us phlau t tu nt.. h ol t the imos t 1 0plte' lei:t'i 0! Cr i'an" HarnI es 111 tis1 st l o, I o oun'. This is our cla im: we ask '. .u to call and l protv the nus...

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. — 5 July 1902

2T 1a5s LaIsa 1OLLoOX, ' aribbean rey, Unless, maybe/at bla•kf night, l, ost these hundred years, Up from the phophosent sea r. imitn the keimngl of the sea A phantom craft makes for the bight, secret of te buccaneers. And anchor off the ghostly Key; .'asa shed and soiled with rust and mold, And all the fierce dead fightingmen SHeap jeweled poignards, musketoons, From deep-sea grave or gibbet-chaiL Bilks, sacramental cups of gold, Riot upon the beach again Ingots and pesos and doubloons. As when they bled the Spanish Main. .. fathom deep beneath the sand The live gems, blood-stained, .beam and But when the dawn wind gives the sign burn, . . Back to the dark the shades retire, And wait the lost adventurer's hand, Trailing along the shuddering brine The midnight hail, the crew's return. A wake of evanescent fire. Remembering the torches' flare And silence on that haunted shore When Blackbeard brought the chests Renews her endless reign alone, ashore, Pulsed by the long tide's rising...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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