ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Jennings Daily Record, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,054 items from Jennings Daily Record, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,054 results
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 21 July 1902

§ ''' ek. ce are gayly gushing Oh, at at night there's joyful singing r m o~ ~duiius in the hills, In the ooze and in the slime; cien &eks axe rushing Songs of love again are ringing 'er th dis beside the mil Where they rang in Adam's time. S Whee the wheels are rai with rdat, Where the moonbeams fell at night S Beint silenced ,by thettrust, Many a little heart is light, Where thi6 shingles are sue um ingto de Many an eager little lover woos away, hc ae r , t' do And the breezes whisper low Wh cr the've . brken down the doors, As they did long. long ago Where there's trash upon the floors- But the mllers who were dlusty, where are And the4sillera who were dusty, where are they? Sbh. the willows still are leaning Oh, the poung drake on the water Where the water glides along Is endeavoring to make As if to catch the meaning An imp ssion on the daughter Of the never-ending song. Of soge Other eagr drake; And the fleecy l)nurls above They go swimming on the dam, Seem to melt with ve...

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 July 1902

hleatice Growers.... :iO • eH'ywoodl "ros. & Dobbins Iron Works have seecurd the services of Mr. W. E. Pace of Los Angles, California. Mr. Pace is an Al Machin * lst and Crude Oil iurner Expert. They are pre pared to install A? Y KIND of a burner sotlenti Sfiully and through his skill obtaining be.t r" - . sultspossible. They make. specialty of t.ht HA M I: E L B U . NE I which has had suce p1henomenal eueces.i in California and Texas. r. .. Pace is a thorough eugiueer and is pre- O pated to install prumping and steam plapts or any equipment necessitrting the use of steam. 'If You Are in * Trouble Call on Us. * Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works. * Lu.. 3·.o .***o*nnomom*uo Sis Bel fat l -A cit The feid thrat eat e teed blls ple 4SWL. - D tur MCCOfl& CO. q GENERAL CONTRACTORS, im DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY Plans. Specific .tiona and Estimates Furnished. htb Mr. Horse da inu Owner. Ie 4d Pu eesaa. homes feed; with PIopt - viae, fal weihts ad right pries. It doesn't mater ...

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 July 1902

^r: i . , " . STH JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. A: ND$PNDIT LOCiAL N WSPAPR. Un-OrFICIAL ORGAN OR THE TOWN 'OP JENNINO. SUBSCRIPTION: O Cents a Month; $5 a Year, N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor. V-L, n iJ I. JENN1NGS,, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY JULY. 22, 1902. NUMBER 172. : - - .w - - --. -- - . I. ilfnugs Lumer Co., Ltd., Will keep on hand all kinds of Limber, Pine and Cypress. Also Mouldings, Bash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. SPr"Submit your plans for estimate. B. F. McCRARY, SPhone No. 16.5& Manager. N Dce Goods Offered at Closing Out Prices. SUR LOSS, YOUR CAIN About 20 dozen waists were $1.25, $1.50, $2.00. Goods, none cheaper, to close out now only 75 Cents. A few Skirts left in Piques, Linens and Covewto to close out at 98c. $1.24. $1.75 and $2.50. They are sxoeptional values.there is no money in it for us at these prices, but plenty for you. In Dress Goods we are offerini a few etcluniae Patterns in imported Summer Fabrics whibch were 87.5...

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 July 1902

fersons, Places F and Things HAD GOOD CAUSE TO BE ALARMED Members of Dinnter Party Feared They Had Unwlttligly Becohne Canuhba1e I was invited along with other Europeans on the beach to one of the biggest plays that have been seen in Opobo, says a writer in Chamber's Journal. At the feast all kinds of fish. fowl and soup, cooken after the native fashion, were served. Everyone thor oughly enjoyed the feast until neat' to the finish, the chaser (dessert) was brought in. This dish they called: palm-oil chop. While it was being served there rolled out of the vessel what to all appearances was a human skull. Suddenly all the Europeans turned pale as though suffering from an acute attack of sea-sickness; and the symptoms they developed Were. identical, for that dinner would not stay down. The chief, in alarm, in quired what made his friends so ill. One of the sufferers, whose eyes pro truded from their sockets, and afraid to trust himself to speak, placed hie handkerchief to his mouth and...

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. — 22 July 1902

SIERY AND.POULTRY. -4ITERfTIru OHATERK FOR OUR0 ow Sseesalul Varmea" Opeume Tiis Depamear t ofe the arm-A Few Wlb as to the Cas of LIwe toeek .ame Poiery. A Mithlki Glove Taba In Australia there has been brought Into use in the dairies what is called a milking glove tube. A valve fits over the teat and from the valve extends a long narrow tube, which conveys the milk from the teat into a covered pail. The orifices in the cover of the pail are just large enough to receive the tubes. We illustrate the general idea herewith. From an American point of view the device does not seem prac ticable. From Australian reports we take it that the invention is supposed to be a substitute for clean liness in the dairy. A paper in that country says: "Many of the troubles of dairying are caused t:- the injurious microbes that are carried b? dirt into the milk, and it has been rec ommended by various authorities to groom the cows and wash their udders with soap and clean water, and wipe them with 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. — 22 July 1902

" 17 o MIX' & CUNU, "3tsra a at Law N0111o$1 0aa1"igs ohm" . o, m 8, Cotl~meagal bk Chum :SfPAIRAC & TOOBER, Attorneys ant . . .ounseldors at Law. 0&ik`, 31&,oro 4, Cititeus :Ian'r, erTl nings. Rouom 8, Commercial block, Lake NE Charles. Offie conieatotl ly long distance p Phoh's. 132d&wr, tel + +=--i--r- --- Y t 1 one to tei as Dejsigyn to n;:.t your tav'es. - cel All kinds of 'ui uv, 'e r,paired col and reeoný.' ;b*,. I. 00'i 't] ex- w amine sý' n;. ' G'i (.5 a.,d MANTL .:k. : , north c' Racket st.,r 7;d&w 1 MARK D. R" T f R. g pel th( ne, Kod liv Pu: ful Dyspepsia Cure i Digests what you eat. st< This preparation contains all of the Sit digestants and digests all kinds of Ne food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food )you want. -,o "..ot sensitive dri atomachs can take it. By itsuse many thousands of dys-rontie~ hove been cured after everytlhin eise failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak...

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. — 22 July 1902

ý" li .. ý;,ie .-j 1 "S-ý" N-ý "."""/" ,"ý S "/" i ýjý ý i!' .j«' E.il ý V h S. MrOJON P inat. J.1. MXXWLL, Vic.Prees. and Mgr. D. E. JONES, Treasure. J.S. GOObD, Sety; The Acme Supply Company! 3 MANUFACT!RERS OF AND DEALERS INa Oil, s and Water W t11 sipplies i - "":allea ble an e-. pl" 0nO* ac.... ý Ag ' Oea8 Powers, "._ 1 :? -.ai. inies" -gents for ý o°lers. Ste Line and enan~U2Isan [ S..'. :-.0.*0 -U0' 0'. &ce rrig' iron Pkt~nts U p n ApioIio· ecctions' for Rice Irrigation Plants Furrishcd on Appi o " 'uo oes in all principal Oil towns of the country, ,. the only exclusive oil well supply house in Jennings. *.*r q· .*'e.* :...:. - - L o ro·e~ r-.:-.' .um , EorinaaSour Lake, Tn, ., - t iory T , ý " e ist' ,;, :: * .%*ý : -'.e." . ; Y " .e-N-."?,-.-1 ","- "..' ' Q''- .-- .'o, ""',-o' e"o.-'' ý ..' "-,T -e "," " "''" .... ' °.. ';' ".1'".'?"" .''.".'''"" "1'-° ",e,--e ... -r.ý ' --. ' ":°%'"""sý r :J ý ý . ".'e". ý""°:"."e" " .0"""i '.i : .."" .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. — 22 July 1902

Result of US Seatsa When Viola Allen presented "In the Palace of the King" at Nashville re cently $2 was charged. Two days later, upon her arrival at Atlanta, Miss Allen was the recipient of a small packet by express. Upon its be ing opened it was found to contain a silver dollar resting upon a pink plush cushion, and near it the follow ing note, bound with a silk ribbon: "Dear Madam: The inclosed was found on the streets of Nashville the day following your performance at the Vendome theater. Knowing that you gathered in all the money there was in the city, I presume, naturally, that the dollar belongs to you. Being honest, if poor, I beg to restore your croperty to you." Du Barry' Ceatuty. Mrs. Leslie Carter gave her 100th "erformance of "Du Barry" at the Cri terion theater, New York, last week. After the play the company assem bled upon the stage and presented her 0 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 a ml I 0 0 ml 4 0 U * 4 * 0 *~ 4 * 4 SI 0L- sl Zt~~~T-mu~ap~ ls r Zpl + ...· * \~ 4r 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. — 22 July 1902

ppoSE CHTIANGE IN FLAGu -~' ------A- Dispate agitation for a change, the aragement of stars in the blue field of the American flag will remain as it is if prominent officers of local patri otie associations have their way. These have expressed their disap proval of the idea of Representative J. F. Shafroth of Colorado as embodied In his bill introduced in congress. on the grounds that it is too formal and would lack permanency. In this de sign the thirteen original states form a circle around a star made up of smaller stars, each representing a I _ Vogt and Shafroth Plans for Arranfing the Stars Repreeentinl the Various States in the Proposed New National Banner. state, while the territories stand wait- bees ipg admission to the larger star. coul The composite flag proposed by cha: Harry Vanetti Vogt of Philadelphia. to i is also condemned. It is said that the " arrangement would give certain states saic a preference over others in point of of 1 position. an "The stars in the blue f...

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. — 22 July 1902

Attention Rice Growers.... • Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works have secured she services of Mr. 1W. E. Pace of Los Angles, California. Mr. Pace is an Al Mchir * ist en.) Crude Oil Burner Fxpert. They are pre pared to install ANY KIND of a hurner soienti SfloXall and through his skill obtaining be-t rt suilts possible. They makq a specialty of the HAM MEL B'UR).ER which has had su et phenomenal success in California and Texas. r.tr. Pace ik a thorough engineer and is pre- 00 pared to, install pumping and steam plants or any equipment necessituting the use of stea.m. If You. Are in Trouble Call on Us. g i Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works. * *lll I HII .IIIO·eOII WI el PURINA is oDly Sell i Sacks Imke tis The feed that keeps Mules up sad feed bs UWL McCon & Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS. DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY Plans, Specificitions and Estimates Furnished. .Mr. Horse Owner. F WN a·r e tana , la t ft... c Ias. We ae after is witr oed, tAwm. La. oastfe ; with a r "ie. fail w....

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. — 23 July 1902

TilE rJE NINOS' DAILY RECORD. , PN T LOCAL N EWSPAP;H. Un-OPPICIAL ORGAN OF THBETOWN OP JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:B0 Cents a Month; S5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Propretor. V.I  4,_ ' JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY JULY. 23, 1902 NUM IIER 178. I - j ·--- ------ Jehnngs Lumber Co., Ltd., SWill keep on hand all kinds of Lmber, Pine and Cypress. .I Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. 'PSubmit your plans for estimate. i B. F. McCRARY, I Phone No. 156. Manager. t ' Clean-Up Sale!, We inaugurate a slaughter of values that will eclipse a and overshadow any attempt ever made by us inbargain giving-a p bargain event that will be hailed with delight by every economically inclined person. Sum mner gonods must so, and here's the way we it propose to rush them out. Read A FEW CF THE CREAT ti BARGAINS. TO BE OFFERED!I READY-TO-WEAR. HOSIERY. Ladies' ribbed vests, nice grae 5c Ladies' black ribbed hose, worth fc, To clean up ...............

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. — 23 July 1902

'EAK :TxsEASE. -'B DIEi S WOLCOTT. i weary traveler, way-worl. full of care, l "lose by his pathway saw a comely flower, Its well-nigh human face smiled up at himn All brightly, g'istening fro'nr a recent' shower. For one brief moment lie forgot his sor rows, The long, rough journey ovetr lands and seas. Then toiling ont. :o.kIed i,awkward. smiled'[ alld murmured, "Thiv tinaile was thi,teli well. O fair Hcartsccase "T pray thee teach to i.'' t lhy wondrous, e ThIat. it s jouirney ,,'i! Irifte's rugged road. I. tool. Miay ease somtin weary. heartaick trev'ler. Thollutlgh b!ut a n htslll . It, li I1:i l" owii! Make himb forget ithe till. and texrls., nd losses. Institl new strength. alltlnlxth thie liiglit he wilh. Anid thenl to me ;a lir.ild' \iit i eil nll tr "" 1, it , i l' lit e w:,, a t"i len well. my child.' " - N'w Y'.'tr News. MAOR N!ONTFORD'S OF 0lU iST1 Y.4 S Ily .omlln H. Iaflte'y. rs is `o 7PEA'KING OIt' spll 1::Oi S I l, itii ilis Uit I lit' I . et.ii'rix S dluitl,.'"...

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. — 23 July 1902

41 . 1 N Sammer Window Drape"IeMe.r " ';:. A new idea is, instead of ttating '¶'da heavy wiudow or door hangings, 'to - over them with linen or chintzs over Ings similar to furniture slips. These covers are fastened fromnthe poles the same as the heavy curtains. and com pletely envelop them. A broad band .of the linen fastens them around bhe centre. The Sudden Leas. In case of a sudden leak. when, as psual. it is impossible to get a plumber quickly, turn off the water. then mix some common yellow soap and whiting with enough wat'er to make a thick paste and stop up the leak yourself. It will do temporarily as well as solder, providing you turn the water on again rather slowly, as a sudden rush might force it out. I have used this on two oceasioas and it lasted until the plumb er cam·>-half a day :ifterward.-CGood Housekeeping. Cleaning Marble. Stationary marble washstands often become stained and soiled by spots which soap and water will not take .out. It is a good plan to wash...

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. — 23 July 1902

A1 & O i, Attorneys and . Counselors at Law. Office: Room 4, Citizens IBauk, Jen nings. Room 8, Commercial block, Lake Charles. Office connected by long distance Phohes. 132d&wtf RILLS Done to SOrder. Design to suit your taste. All kinds of furniture repaired and reconstructed. Call and ex amine samples of GRILL and MANTLE work. Shop north of Racket store. 73d&w MARK D. RITTER. Kodal Dyspepsia Cure Digests whiat yoFu eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. Itgivesinstant rcift and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The oast sensitive stomachs can tac. i; y : s use many thousands of dyspeptics hanve been cured after everylt.in, ,: failed. Is unequalled for the :-t.,n;,h. Child ren with weak stomn.:r-. i thrive on it. :.,,First dose relieve:,. A dict unnecessary. Cures asl steach m tron a s Pe'pared only b5 i . i. !i.:: :' ', t,.. G L..a The $i. bottlecuntvins' :.:.th 1SO:.. size. Sold H' '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. — 23 July 1902

0: "'  . - i '*:::"" .... LW.& ..t.. .. ... . .. . .. .Ld   S" .." • V " - r. . .. ; ....;Ijý T ~ b ii " o'ý i i " '. i " "¥iý "! i ý a ! R" i. " 5 "`' e . M.JONS, Pre.dn. J. IMAXWELL, Vjco.Pru~ and Ngr. D. E. JONES, Treasurer. Jose GOOD, ut SThe Acme Supply ComPany! MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN "e3Oil, uGas and Water Nell Supplies I "e "p e.." • an' . n.roiu . "t. : Ztd F e,* Stns Ený ig'DSte "'-Zl: 'gi e: ý ol2,e .s._. S;- ...L. S...:.. .0.. ,N' es 'in , t °ure i  ountry ss , .'.e and" a ....9 - -. .;...,..Specifcations for a~c Irrigation Plants Furnishe:d on Applications -".,.. .o.%e.; .e 0.". . ~-C ' a S~~ores in p! lrincipal Oltowns o t he om y = °'" ' the only exclusive oil well supply house In Jennings. ._.(% *':< .'o" i SBeamon , Corsc a, Sour Lake, Texas, an ensins, L cv, oeo, :o *a t KI l . .a*. ,§,"ýý. ". ý . r:." . .". i "ý ý. C......,""ý . " ".,i ,,oU { r" i ni.,ý " Q: n ",7;0" "; " ". ""o: " " a NhxxeIIN iM 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. — 23 July 1902

Tw Twame*s. IF this were not a true tale it would not be worth the telling. A freight train was wrecked by a rock-slide on one of the railways running between Chicago and St Paul. The Superintendent had come up from lacrosse in a hurry with a wrecking train, a doctor and some stretchers. On the side of a cut a little way from the engine a man sat with the pallor of death upon his unwashed face. As the surgeon and the Superintendent approached he waved them back. "Don't mind me, Doe.." he said; "I'm done far. I had no business here, any way," he 'added after a pause. "But there's one of your pjen-poor beggar," be said, pointing toward the wreck. "He's got a locomotive on his lap and he ain't making a murmur. Get him git-he's one of your men." Going down to the wreck they found the fireman with one leg under the en. gine. They cut the leg off, but the poor fellow failed to rally and died on the way to the hospital. Having rescued the fireman, the doc tor turned to look after the tramp...

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. — 23 July 1902

t A Hunt Trt Orchids. IL G OOD morning-Mr. Wilson. t I believe." The pleasant voice gave the speaker a welcome at I the desk of the swell florist not always I accorded to visitors possessing no busi ness cards. "That's my name, young man. What I can 1 do for you?" The florist looked keenly over the young fellow's face and took note of I his sturdy figure and -roghly neat 1 clothing. "I am out of work, sir, and ventured to ask to see you personally. I need 1 a job pretty badly. I will do anything -sweep out your office, tend hothouse or drive team-" "Sorry," and the florist looked it, 1 'but we have no vacancies. This is our dull season. We laid off several I men last week. You'll have to excuse me now," he'said, rising abruptly. "I1 see a particuuar customer has just come in. Good morning," and the man hurried to the front of the shop. Nine men out of ten would have accepted defeat and departed then and there; but this young applicant was the tenth man. .He lingered with a vague not...

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. — 23 July 1902

S...... er .. : eywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works have '-"tcred. the" services of Mr: W. E. Pace of Los Agles, Califtornia. Mr, Pace is an Al Maohir Sit ,uiai Crude Oil Burner Expert. 'ey are pre '; ;.: a pared to inktall ANY KIND of a burner. solenti S.f+toaly -and through his skill obtaining best r - 0 sults oossible. They mnake a specialty of the . A MEY. EL BU1R 'NER whioh has had suckU y henomenal euccess in California and Texas. " tr. Pnce i i a thorough engineer and is pre-0 pared to install pumping and steam plant.~ or 0 any equipment necessitating. the use of steai. A If Yoi Are in STrouble Call on Us. g * Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works. * -m" W lWWU u; u..mPUOU*3@EDll@U U@E@ ass . ` Con & Co. NRAL CONTRACTORS. CK WORK a SPECIALTY I Specific tions and Estimates ibed. S.Horse ?wser. 7 esS a»: de lsad e feed .· [INSii.we aer ·aftr it win gs4, elisa:s t feud; with prtart .r ies, f tilw rtae sad r -pau . i dae..sinr uet to ue wauber yOU tay .I};+a /oe her.s ...

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. — 24 July 1902

JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. lWPEilRA0A WPKR. Un-OVFPIcAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:;0 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprset ; r JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY JULY 24, 1902. NUMBER 174 I is Lumber Co., Ltd., Will keep on hand all kinds of S mber, Pine and Cypress8 Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. ubmit your plans for estimate. B. Fit McCRARY, one No. 156. Manager. AUGUST Is generally the hottest month, the month when people take their trips to mountains and tolakes. You can not make such trips with out a good substantial . ". 6-^ RTRUNK. Do you need one? We sell them and have just received a new shipment of medium and High Grade Goods. The F ashion. The Leadlur Dry Goods Store. Reims & Meyer. Proes. SDO YOU WANT MONEY ON YOUR 1 RICE I CRO P ? If you do we are ready to serve you. N. tice what we offer you. ........ MONE.Y AT 8 PER CENT. Will buy your Rice at Market Price when delivered or will ...

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. — 24 July 1902

r.New Flag, Is to Float . "Over Presidefiit's Ship 7iWWWWWW WumW~WW(WUpeci~ Letter.) (Special Letter.) S HEN next the Pres Ident of the. United States steps aboard a vessel, be it steam launch or man-o'-war, pleas ure boat or troop ship." there will float from the mast a new flag. Not :aH new, but so changed that many -who have for nearly forty years been familiar with the Presjdent's banner will question the ownership of this fine new one which to-day hangs in an office in the navy department, not quite finished. The design on the flag is not changed excepting 'the "crest." It re ally isn't a crest at all, according to heraldry technicalities. The sunburst 'above the eagle's head in the Ameri can coat-of-arms had to have a title, and so "crest" is its signification. But the colors are changed, and. many be lieve, much for the better. The Pres ident's flag, in plain "United States," -is the coat-of-arms of the United .States on a blue field. The seal or coat of arms of the JUnited S...

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