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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 18 July 1902

TUE J.ENNINGS DAILY RECORD._ fAN INoPf -! 1,N IAUýAL N E n-I A O THE TOWN OF JENNING. SUBSRIPTION:O CentB a Month, $S a Year. N. L L MitLER . Litor Pr ; retor `~"" _ INIDJENNIN(T, LOUISALANA FPHRItDAYJ' L _1 \,1 E . .1 ~,~~._; -------~ _ ~ -- --JENNIN~b, LOUISTANA. FRIDAY JULY 18, irloo z'i:BER:i 1Ct1 SJennings Lumber Co., Ltd., Will keep on ihand all kinds of Lumber, Pine and Cypress. *Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Fram.es, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. % ?Submit your plans for estimate. I B. F. McCRARY, Phone No.. 156. Manager. b hir 4 -te-'& Clean-Up Sale! i T. Tomorrow we inaugurateo a slaughter of values ;hat will eclipse P and overshadow any attempt ever made by us in her i'Lein givin,- a bargain event that be hailud with delight by oevery conomically. inclined person. Sammergoods must O and here'.s Ithe way we< )1rop'cse to ruslh them ort. Read:l A FEW OF THE GREAT ft BARGAiNS TO BE OFFERED! READY-TO-WEAR. HOSIERY. Zaiies' ribb'o vest-s, nice h r...

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. — 18 July 1902

I. '..R- --ý :Pý:. r~; The ;ing. Re dri--tsor a moment out di4 the strhe, That' iriiin with the earnest face, And dreamed anew a" dream of power, As he piisedain the mairket i'lace;' And lol all those years before him Gr -'luri inous, and unrolled, TIll he built a mighty mansion, And his vaults o'erran with gold. We sat there alone in his chamber, And mused thro' the evening -din A chosen man from the people. And a vision came to him; And .1o! ar million soldiers Shook with their tread the world, A nation rose in the wilderness, A bright, new flag unfurled. He read in his dim-lit study, This scholar id his youth. And, forth from the storied pages, There flashed a gleam of truth; And lo! it touched the many. As a message fresh from God, And the hearts of men grew: lighter, As the centuries were trod. So forth from the dream and vision. Out from the dim ideal, Are orr: all the ships and the cities, Our darkned souls ;call real; Por back 'of each deed we worship, Back of each plan we'v...

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. — 18 July 1902

Popular Science 4 itHW#!!!!Ct... .#:4#:!# ýºNý.Nýºý Nýýºý444* NN, *ý ******4***9l Housbhold Distilling Apparatus. Here is the invention of a Colorado woman for furnishing' distilled water for household use, a commendable purpose, owing to the conditions of the water furnished in many of the cities and towns of this country. The apparatus is intended for use in con nection with a common tea kettle and tin pail, and is not. thgrefore. in it selt very expensive, comprising only a section of tubing, with connecting de vices at either end to fit the kettle and pail. The collar on one end of the pipe is provided with clamps to engage the edges of the opening in the kettle, and the opposite end has a at collar, which rests on %he edge -f, the receiving vi-ers^. There is also a plug to fit in thl:e spolut of the kettle, thus affordinu toil one clit for the steam-nante:.. througn the pipe and into, the pail. It is obvious that, in passitg 'through this gibl: tht steam wiill condense Bai forn...

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. — 18 July 1902

ýqý$- 471, The .King.t He drew for a mm, ,: nut ,.f he. s:r:.. That mnull with Ilthe '*arnfot feo r And drearmed nte w adr'- I.am -f par. As he peit" .. ha' rk.t '4 la rl And lot' ll thn., -"e·r- hbier.. luau Grew luminouns, -n.u tw oll). Till ha built a m ightI m .. t An& Wl va\ ;i;r ~ i er: ..Ir \\'th t: 14 IRe oat t I .r 1 a1w hi And mus. il thr.' in, -i'.er4n-4g 4.11, A chosen mrnn iron :1i. t.,144't" An4 a vision :-n t. toin. And it a mitnt'un: 1 s Sihtok with Clir trees- th. a-n l A nation rum, II tlilt \h li' 70 , A bright. new fldg u:.'.4rkG. !3I, reid In his dim-h: 1 ub Ancd, fort t fromti, Iii, sturi,-,. rat, ;'i re flit sh' s n amn:, A tli:rI it i.lo Afirl 44 It taOi 1141 4~r roFI; At a - ss,.e :-h A' o-' An dt the h ;-r~ t' ut* _ ."\c ý. As the 4i'4t4n:ies a r ' S~ forth from :f (1 - R: .. uit fro t te in. ' the fli ; r1 \V'hrii J.)avy! 1':cccr \·~ r fi Are San Anli.ttie sniy andtir 'ht nOur darkene of 4l. rs---l. h orr b:ck i--f ci - h n,1ge wet t, n41 ,4it iark of ...

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. — 18 July 1902

li PoularScience i * ... 44.........4*44*.*4.+o*........ .****+* ".N 4.. . " . . .'* *** +. c**4+4*+**4**~+#** .4.4*.44** ** Household D.st % Hrg Apparatus .; isF 15 , :ll . ,I , .1! .1 :l I't a )ra i'I a OTRTIn~ for fitrlf:'1 ^ 1; 1flehd W'aior 4 purptos, owina : ndition of tihs H R i f~ 1' il :1 ý '1 : 1181N 1ý iT t ' p :04 utiiHc 'ti ('. Ft TIf \1;1 ta ' I I I:l 1i ' I . I Sit a . a 1 i .' an 1 11t 11, ., hi it, 1''. ± e dr s eAo 71 1: T. :1 "' . 5 11 ir I A . rl :1 1 : r l ý! .In 11 should t ast a vurn Inth 'nte Saesth ao I :1 'e Esti' AA 0 I.~ ''1W' sTlotild lata thisti ias utt ngan' a ;?~wil h giiit show s`igns o2 exautio within it yers I tu niedStte te ro pear!'\ Liquid Fueli in Pen T!: ·· ant 7res n s iao\ ld in Ti00 oa:, a, Ilsalll t'a" ý a ',. , ,,u,: an ,, 1', ;r 'r~t. ht T..in ilip ah Ani\T 5el\l Se t'' 4I+J N T? .ni ia :1; ··· ",i , Ar Ti 'p Mi'.. n ~a it No- vt " rta ' . liP i - - ac s*t1 o t ,n :Ma e 'a'' : .- ppi·;·.r' *.0 .vir m -. .. a if L LoksF. Ante Pars-? 81 I ...

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. — 18 July 1902

rj~T 1.~I· '. i c ·C [Ni ;r~ -C tiNj~ At.orneys at L Law and Not ries PaNb ab n Oi~eea-·tsagatp nnat ta)* PhI atpana w al bugtha BENTON H. THOMAS, K MASTER PAINTER. Shop ot 'Trhird street, west of re se avenrtUe.: A . Fred Estimnites (iiven on Ap riication. Living Prices and iFirst Class Wir"k. o30'TIs GIVI.: IF REEQ'IRED. ( . - ley , fo r tP'1iV Done to sp( LOrder. we Desi'i- suit your taste. All kinds of furniture repaired r' and C rmcorastenicted. CaHll aind ex-f o :amir.ne "ml->e' of GRILL and! TrP '.ANTLE c-";'k. Shop north of cla jackltt store?. 73d&w fie MARK D. RITTER. soi Dyspepsia Cure ' Digests what you eat. ais preparatilon contains all of the u'estants and diiz~sts ail kinds of id. It givusinstaut reiief and never is cure. it. allo ts you to eat all .;; a fooi yout want. Thet most sensitive rzntachs cun take it.. Ey its ue .many m Ia o-usands i dyslpe t"ies have been -,. .ared after everythr. i ng else failed. Is ;e lualied for the . ia t Iinh. (hil'- : a with we...

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. — 18 July 1902

ý' ?1" ý' ýA. . "0 . 1 ' ý : : "". * @a .... 1" fi . ".r.. f.. .Z rr :·' si ·- OMNI- gFurp,·.p c· ·i·-i·:!si ~W'l.** FPaFaa.J . NtCX~WELL, ViceeCros. and Mgr.D EJONES, raarF J.S. GOOID, Sberesty. TheAcme Supply Go any!F MANUFAClTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 'Oiand water Well S plies I 4..9 ' Pe,**00 Gasa ý," o °lvers, L '-L I *. ·* 'al. .. l' + " 0 ·1:: ,A4ran d 3 i i-. Plo et F u r i h ' 0 .* " * .I. 'Jnb-'r1 i . l ý . / N ý ~ eLLGS LO' ' CC:Sllo . :" · ý1 j wo. es , a'' t(ci al O:' towns of the country, 4" Corsica nmes. SuLaelTeS J JenningILa., actory,:·:·ed 0* Pu122o~lS * 6... ..a.0.n r{ ' ., .. ,r., - fL' :~ + f .. " . ,"" r , . , , ,. '" ',+ r" 1' "i"6.,r ." e; f; \ g"r4. !.s 000Q" : .. nr: :". 6· t o r - P l n t "+ . f f A ppýL"p o n s o0 ý! . ·~~f;S. 0Z~eo .~.r~o. .0.., *6*6* '· :r 00.04 9~q~H t ~~ $*) nt .u s @**~* ~i, 9S 0eF p *w: ~-.............. -· *rI.. ~ L 4 3 iEOr~S >~ 4icrll$.9 Ra f'*6 ii T- H CITIZENS BANK, ! 1".~ - LouisInC \T3 SO TIME DEPOSITS..I O- TM pOLI D It f .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. — 18 July 1902

.i.w iaF, The floor was littered with manu script. as is usual in a newspaper of fce., The dark plgeon-holes were filled wifL seiections put asiy #ith a pur pose, but-ias' sto ftten. *elitionsad.h d A ddd, int would 1have''`Aiei"th# sehrcsh `h most ingenious, and yet at timesthe editor might take out one at random, to find himself musing with the memo ries of rears. Thus I carelessly reached for a stitff and moldy clipping which had been disturbed by a violent search for something placed there. Catching a word or two from the mutilated end 1 pulled it forth anti found myself reading the death notice of an old and valued friend-Captain Randall Fon da, who had won his title. in the Brit ish service, and whose stories of cam paigns in India had wt.ed away many a weary hour. The captain had fallen heir to a small fortune left by an aunt in the town in which I lived, which decided him to settle there. and for the purpose of keeping up his in terest in public affairs he became a frequent ...

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. — 18 July 1902

AR1IAGE IN JAPAN if kka H1te N eContract th 1ev d·iafPfaaao. Ilv. ittl b Do Wreh the I' ................~j kC9~ qr I it ' variaance iith oiur -'West ob t. , the question. In the first doesn't enter into the con : mary prpose in a Japanese aige is to get her placed will ell coq 'wing~ a t Y ''w V~~ bomn, d for Ie eception. _;e musti ve the necessary means to care - his wife and he must be able to a creditable family tree. WIt~fi these essentials he might love the to desperation and she might regar him with equal ardor, but he woul ' never get her. Th JaIanese maiden iq any event does oTgm e'ýpdi r. own husband. It would o mere cur to her to do such an scious thing than to have cho aen e name given her at birth. An Inter eted iriend of the family. known as a *%o-between," attends to this mat ter. ;' ce 'ý ý - c ý,· " IRdsIrVal laDle 151ib Velum.YllI Establish Ciaims of Reitrs to $ E* ;state of Many Millions Uneartt, among rubbish in the loft of as .tl&-barn in Hurorn- .otmty, Ohio...

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. — 18 July 1902

TQ o MVCH GRANDFATHER ý e'pp Yj g h2Oe batt n iy S co:} P o t The floor was littered with manu scrlipt. as is iusual Li a neIwlspaper of flee. The dark pigeon-holes were filled with s5eitioins put away y'ithit a pur pose. but as soon fatgotltel.,- Qther. selections iril been addtd. i.ntll it woiuld havi. 'detiedt'i t4 sereh of the most ingenious. and yet at times,the editor might take out one at random. to find lhimself intusiti with the memo ries of years. 'lhuis I ciarel'essly re.chedt for a stiff and moldy clippinlg which hadl been dlisturbed byv a violent search for somtething pilaced there'. ('Catching a word or two from the imoti ated end I pilltted it forthl uul ioniit nmyselt rilding the tdeath notie of an old atnd rilned trienid----(apta:n Randall i'ioin da, whlio had won Ihis title in the l'it ish service. andii s'ius tories of 'am piaigns its India hadl wl bitd away :iali\ a weary hour 'hll,- captain had falletr heir to a small fortutiii' Ieft by an timit in the town in w...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 18 July 1902

MARRIAGE IN JAPIAN Love and Romance Have Little to Do Wrth the Making of the Nuptial Contract r - -----·- -- Nr~ ýN~baNýý 44*9 44,. .+4.4+44**+ Japan has sorme marriage customs that age at variance with our West ern ideas on the question. In the first place, love doesn't enter into the con tract at sll. The imary purpose in a Japanese girl's arriage is to get her placed where she will b well connected and cared %pr. ther ti all Japan would ic t he sfOlh s'tio think of giving her riage to a young .'fiiimi whdr had SoQ home ready for hier rreception. He must ¶ave the necessary means to care for his wife and he mnust be able to shdw a creditable family trce. With it these essentials he might love the gIrl to desperation and she might regard him with equal ardor. uiit he would never get her. Thb .Japanese maiden in any event does not ehocise her own uIsband. It would no more ccnur to her to do such an audacious thing than to have cho sen tCe name given her at birth. An interested friend...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 18 July 1902

AIention Rice Growers... a0 Eeywood t13os. & Dobbins Iron Works av cecuted the servicte: ol Nil VW E. Pace of ITea U Angles, Calfornia . Pr.aPuce is an Al 'tfi.'-'n U 1st unnl Ci ude Oil luruert:rV lert. They are pre pared to insta11 ANAr K(INIY Of a burner scienti fically and throuw h hi- skill obtaining beat rc 1 U -tro.r.'ll' C 'ie ~l o kr Us SIrialtY of the Hewo Bros. & Do n Iro Woks A 1 whiCh has hadl sud. U1 phennhiEnful&, t (.l'a·it'li iir a and Toeias. A tnj. I k th irrll n a e a n d is p r e- O D pared to' ilns-i~l ý ,ilpif'" and steam plants or any equipment ttecesýs° ring the use of satetul. 0 If Ycu Arc in STrc:ibe Call on Us. Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works.* t~l·l~l·w··~····~ U I il PURINA - '. Is only Sold inPU I Ad Sacks Ilketthis iZAJ I.J s. ley toda The feed that F. keeps Mules up ,T F. and feed bilts ""N.unwl tgown. ST. fovm.'4c.5~i M. l )r· C """"'"""I Ihis nee McCon { Co. . t' GENERAL CONTRETORS, r JT. JRl, DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY is in to }'...

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 July 1902

SENNINGS DAILY RECORD. '-;4tE1 Yiuw~At tW$tPAPt. ~ Un-OFFICIAL OROAN OF TuE4 TfOWN OF JENNINGOS. SUSCRIPTION:SO Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor. JEN lNGS; .LOUISIANA, MONDAY JULY 1902. NMBER 171. SJj SLumber Co., Ltd., Will keep on hand all kinds of L"mber, Phle ad Cypress. Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. 2 3gSubmit your plans for estimate. B. F. McCRARY, Phone No. 156. Manager. tClean-Up Sale! We inaugurate a slaughter of values that will eclipse and overshadow any attempt ever made by us inbar'ain giving-a bargain event that will be hailed with delight by every economically inclined person. Summer goods must so, and here's the way we propose to rush them out. Read- A FEW OF THE GREAT BARGAINS TO BE OFFERED!I READY-TO-WEAR. HOSIERY. 'Ladies' ribbed vests, nice grade 5c Ladies' bdaek ribbed hose, worth 9c To clean up ....... 15I pair. To clean up.......... tLadies' ribbed vest 15 cent quality O8...

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 July 1902

S For a -ckta Doo. DY CLARENCE A. LYMAN. W I slept that night as we ever do in the hills, with, the front of the tent wide open, so that from my pil low, the side of a saddle, I could watch the Great Dipper do its slow somer eault around the North Star. .When the camp-fire died the night before, and we went to bed, the Dipper was lying along the tops of the mountains, brimming full. It is easier to watch this great hand in the astronomical clock than to light unwilling matches from time to time in the night and ex amine a watch; and I knew that when the constellation had nearly reversed itself, it would be time to start mov ing. A man in camp sleeps sweetly, yet lightly. A dozen times through the dark hours the distant sharp bark of a 1 fox, the rustle of a leaf, the deep sigh 1 tf a satiated and sleepy horse on a 4 picket rope, the cracking of a coal in the embers of the camp-fire, the call of a night bird, or the snap of a twig f under the tread of some of the animals I of our cav...

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 July 1902

-ii ` u''! ' Wdls CatV Ha in his younger days. a rider M for the pony express. He rode between Big Springs and: O'Fallon's stations, on the Pittg. river. It was &angerous ground, the oobplmtlln hunting grond'd of the Sioux, Ctegehnes, Pawnees. Araipahoes and sev eral bther hostile tribes. One afternoon in the late fall his trail was obliterated by the tramping and dust of north-moving herds of bison. He passed 'e-rsal hunting parties of Indians in the distance, but they were not strong enough or were too busy with their hunting to attack, and Carl escaped the usual peril ous chase to be expected whenever In dians were encountered. The messenger was making his way by his sense of direction through befog ging dust clouds, when his pony shied at a limp and battered Indian, attempting to get to his feet in front of it. The wounded bunter was a young Sioux, with a broken shoulder and other injuries got in a recent mishap of the chase. For a moment the express rider hesi tated. His du...

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 July 1902

S. D. C>fl .. CLINE & CUNS, AUto y at Jaw ant Notaries P ntsa .-. ..a-- .f m i si let SIW = ' SOIPAYRAOC & ukiAp, ,. Attorneys and . . Counselors at Law. ' Office: Room 4, Citizens BEijn ', .Tef r nings. Room 8, Commercial block, Lake Sati Charles. mer Office connected hy long distance Phohes. 132d&wtf ablJ in c DoLne to Order. tir Design to suit your taste. at All kinds of furniture repaired to a and reconstructed. Call and ex- con amine samples of GRILL and Jet MANTLE wtrk. Shop north of Racket store. 73d&w MARK D. RITTER. ' tin' thi Kodao I Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. , This preparation contains all of the vol digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all ial the food you want. The most sensitive or stomachs can take it. By its use many liq thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everythini else failed. Is wu unequalled for the stomach. Child ho ren with weak stomachs thrive on...

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 July 1902

;1.' O . • -Ide.t. J. W" M XWELL, V .:.Pres...a Ei,.z JONES, Treasurer. Jr GOOD, - -.. . Th e A e Supply Comp! MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS I Oil Gas and Water Well Supplies I • ,,, a•n--. ~I. i • , . , .  ,' n fN , S_. . ... 'nd Tubi,, ,CCa S***g Ira or Goodsrs da.e" - pi , c-asing.•" . .es of John t- team p __ 0·O a,*' a namn , ý,c3~ sea r.r+,' • .:: ojle: _ _ 1   ,- : Stoesin llpricial iltons of the countryL the nly xcluive il ell uppl houe inJen ings. I*t*A-1 00.6 S." .... •.... -'--- - .54..S S.. ".::,~ ~ ~ ~~~h ,Fcoy oe,0eaýýn CriaaSonly LaeTiexs oil welsppyhuennins Jenags 6.. .__a " .1' . 5*6~ " N k • w n A,., , .. .." ý. ... . " . I "*. :" " " " : a.. "S "a. ",6_ .,... o: * ^ , ý.--. " . .r" 0 *.. -. ! -e -o -!": "'...'e" * a .o "o.'e. ," ·ow: , .o.O ·- .'eo Sr..[ %pecumfil, orsnn, our YeIrg·to Pat unse ppa; , Bi~ eO=lo Mawel LoeI anaer • , .:,..+..,_..r. ·e.0.•-.+..%e-._ ,',-ee* ' -;i .ae -•- 'i.eee''eP... - ..f:+.·.,..+ ..".,.e.e .... -s+'e ;i ) ; ...

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 July 1902

,pt`i. iyDtle, weetheart; though the Lifting up her pure white bloMsou of a wore d ehould turn from me, child's unclouded fai . She wo44 emly eling the closer, and my Lighting with her blue eyes shining every ha eomade he. hard and lonely place. When I faee the world's rough weather, I I've a--ler,?-little sweetheart, and her am sure of a retreat years that count but three By my own bright chimney-corner . with Are worth more than gems and gold, for my darling at my feet. this true heart believes in .me. -Margaret E. Sangster, in Harper's Bazar. VEST A. r By T. U. U. E STA VILLIARS stood at the window and gazed down at moving mass of people below. Vainly did her eyes wander from face to face, from form to form, with a childish, questioning eagerness. seeking to find one friend amid the great throng of people. Poor child, she must yet learn that one can walk through the bu'.y streets of Boston for weeks, months-aye. even for years, without meeting one old friend, and yet it was st...

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 July 1902

THE SILENT MiL.L1 6 regyi ' hin Oh,a at a night there's joyful singing 1,, i, a u ineas in the hills, In the ooze and in thesline; '" te. t*th a ns1ilen creeks are rushing Songs of love again are ringing dna.a .h.. eal th~ hms beside the mills W here they rang in Adam's time. Where the wheels' ax red with rflt, Where the moonbeams fell at night ..  Beina silencedby the trust, . Many a Little heart is light, Where" th shingles are suecumbing'to de- Many na eager little lover woos away, cay, And the breezes whisper low h liee they've br<?ken down the doors, As .they did long, long ago- Where there's trash upon the floors- But the millers who were dusty, where are And t ebillers who were dusty, where are they? thy?., )h. the willows still are leaning Oh, the .oung drake on the water Where the water glides along Is end4evoring to make As if to catch the meaning An impewsalon on the daughter Of the never-ending song, Of soe other eager drake; And the fleecy clouds above They go swim...

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 July 1902

'Mr LITLE SWEETnmlEART. . s'. iyal little sweetheart; though the Lifting up her purr white blessoia of a Sworld should 'turn from me, child', unclouded fade, She caoudAoly cling the closer, and my Lighting with her blue eyes shining every haj u sonrade be. hard and lonely place. When I face the world's rough weather, I I've a loyal little sweetheart, and her am sure of a retreat years that count but three By my own bright chimney-corner. with Are worth more than gems and gold, for my darling at my feet. this true heart believes in me. -Margaret E. Sangster, in Harper's Bazar. VESTA. i By T. U. ESTA VIILIARS stood at the window and gazed down at moving mass of people below. Vainly did her eyes wander from face to face, from form to form. with a childish, questioning eagerness. seeking to find one friend amid the great throng of people. Poor child, she must yet learn that one can walk through thet busy streets of Boston for weeks, mouths-aye. even for years, without meeting one old fr...

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