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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 4 October 1902

arriving ng its quota .' by tomorrow i '#ii be on in _ iubte country f e ycre for 'a large Wiihblngtoo, and ; deonstrated by the manner in which the ~obeing cared for on rival and assigned to The great organizstion has passed lthe zenith of its glory and is new on the wane. The at .tendance this year is expected to faliahort of last year as last year filatshortof the attendance at the Chicago encampment of two, yelTs ago, Nevertheless the en campmeint will be a grand and glorious occasion for the old sol diers who marched and fought and endured the hardships of war forty years ago. 'The ranks are. noticeably growing thinner and the "boys" are not able to stand the strain of the long pa rades which have been the crown ing feature of previous encamp meLts. But their. enthusiasm has not been dimmed and the few surviving, great war generals who are to be present will be re ceived with the same round of hearty cheers as in days of yore, < when the veterans were more vigorous as. well...

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. — 4 October 1902

= `Spanish u Grl.. I,ýý!> EWAD W. HOPKINS. gsp_ p sed. p b$beTs$ Bnner Saos. R XI--(Contiued). L btaing about Ma :tazudo," I 'lip. "I do not-wish him to be , or he may escape my ven- a I: ' 'shall say nothlng," said Don d Franeieco went out with him. 'AWhere is the pri-nnnr. S~&lvre.z?" :i*ed Philip of Gomes. "A.rd the two . .tharlans-where are they?" e ' Balvares is in the left wing of the 'catle, in a room from which he ~an ao:Yescape. There is but one window a ani that is strongly barred. There i I bist one door, and a s3nt:nal pac.s ba- 1 ;foV it. The prisoner's wife and daughter are with him. He requested It. and I saw no reason to re'use. Th two Americans are in the right wia, t . comfned in like manner." SHave Salvarez brought in. Let us Shear what he has to say." Gomez went out, and in a few mln utes returned with Salvarez. The courageous General of the Re public walked with firm tread and un flinehing gaze into the presence of his conquerors. "'You have sent for me,...

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. — 4 October 1902

yiPil·l .. P 1 C t x rs. t II ýIIIE'il. iItr~s ol IIýýýt - -y 4IIýý ~uw .r. arat~ m s. Ga. maS a.ý.ps -ao au l _I, Uy 'was when men of mi ne i itsoato givef their tati . repebi'tamedicoines for p Claior . emastrue today oPimet~pi medicines.R But Pe u-a-l u become so justly famous, Its are known to so many people of a station, that no one hei S ilaensame in print recom mending Peruna. 'The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. .en representing all elasses and sta aions are equally represented. A dignified representative of the Pres byterian ehureb in the person of Rev. E. G. Smith does not hesitate to state publicly that he has wsed Peruna in his family and found it ucured when other remedies failed. In this statement the Rev. Smith is wupperted by an eider in his church. Rev. E. G.`mit'h,pastor of the Presby terian churoh of reensboro,Ga.,writes: "Havingused.Peruna in my familyfor some time it gioea me pleasure to testify to its true wotrih. "My littl...

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. — 4 October 1902

, I have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one favoring me with an order will get a neat turnout. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Yours to please at all hours. M. 8. POGUE. 1 C.. S. BLOM Will clean and repair your Sewin, Machine, ready for spring sewing, or iyou need a new one can fix you out. Prices from $16,'to $50. Also a few second-hand Sewing Machines, put in good working order, from $5.00 tlo1.50, for sale or rent. Have a Weyman & Co. Piano, nearly new, for sale. Agency American Steam Laundry & Dye Works. Phone 151. The Louisiana Turf Exchanuge Is Now Open. Races will be reported from the tracks daily. Location opp. McFar i in House. Come and he.r the races annonced as they are run at thetracks. F. A. TOCE. Pros. GRILLS Order. 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. CHINESE LAUNDRY. All work carefully done by hand,whichprevents your ...

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. — 6 October 1902

r EN NINos RECORD W r~ ~ a~m I -Q 1~ I·uu u m u'~I W * ' Will Receive Prompt S" enfton. `." oeeptional Bargains in ýIigh-grade we wish to call your attention to the e of Ready-to-wear Go~ods we have e1Ut T enved a large line of ngs, Venetian Po6I ý 'AlU-overs, etc., in the finest _  goods ever shown in Jen qW. hive at all times a com y f Laces of all kinds. S- n. !kortmentof Embroid 6I; hd fSi1BOUNS We guarantee ti wtprices. Wea &w *.lws receiving New Things a: h'-BLACK SILK SKIRTS, DRESS 1 Im T and WALK iG ýKiL'rT. . **-*** .ee,' ,, ... .-I 48 We <,be'pleased to show you our i a .gsortmeutot Ladies and Miss- $ es Knit Underskirts, from.....m ' member, we are still hanpling the io lbrated THOMPSON GLOVI' FITTING Corset, at prices 50e from-i200to.............. Uc We also have a full line of American Beauty and F. C. Corsets, and are selling them for less than the 23 wholesale prices, each, from... c . Girls' Tam O'Shanter School Hats.the best things for the purpose ev.r '63 ...

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. — 6 October 1902

' 1 4ii 4 1orce farm- Or or, Maine, trait, m- to i 'melo"wd by age, do sogme of the st his re- as $,, ,.;,'ibu: :forgotten cb Wb.ter, hirs :impulsiveness w1 Twes 'his portrait is 8' ero the Amseriean revolu- it Luke Wilder-who was a b frther, pbeneser, sn slso, having been an ocer q tinenta army. Wilder was cl f 'te closest friends of the great Luke :Wlder .was Dorn in lan Ma., and afterward moved to N. H., the home of the Seste5, snd where the statesman ,k. W b aen in 1782. H e w as a m an o f ' endid !physique, standing over six (eet in height, and was noted for his t: ienagh and' courage. At the break in, g .ouit .of the Revolution he at once fe'.r Zred. his services to the Colonial S-orament, and formed a company, weeiving a captain's commission. He took his company to join Gen. Stark's forces, and they performed valiant service at the battle of Bennington. After the close of the war Captain 'Wilder engaged in various business enterprises, farming, lumbering and trading, with 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. — 6 October 1902

a 4 + perty, aaý ,F ýWLEýL AS we [w PAI OIL LANDS. c i McFarlain House. om Terry's Drug Store. `.;- " AS TO THE QUESTION OF HEAT, WELL' ed was hot enough for Dr. Tom and burnt up all his Drugs, ga of Bargains in Toilet Articles, Perfumeries, Patent sei, Etc., will find Dr. Tom a hot number among the Drag- th SH keeps the Latest, Freshest and Best Stock in the Town. Sells' heaper and His Prescription !ent Is aanaged b a Scientific Druggist Front Street, Same Location as Berore. GULF COAST LAND AND INVESTMENT CO, N. R. STRONG, Manager. Ofcecs P P Record Building. Jennings. Louisiana. '. 39Jq A. ZABOLIO. PERCY LONGMAN. ZABOLIO & LONCMAN, DEALERS IN General Merchandise, New Lot of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Shirt Waists, etc. F~B DELIUERY. JENNIXIGS, L.A. SJ. S, LEWIS & CO,, Real Estate, JENNINGS, LOUISIANA. Rice and Oil Lands and Town Lots For Sale. SJILJ. W. MITCHELL, S..STAR GROCERY.. . AND ' City Meat Market, TEMPORARY BUILDING * ON THE OLD SITE...... N The Proper ...

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. — 6 October 1902

S e to my stable : eral new rigs. Any one -ýOEN DAY AND NIGHT oTrs to palease at; all hours. . M. 8. POGUE. e C. S. BLOM A Will clean and repair your Sewing Cr Machinb, ready for spring sewing, or if you need a new one can fix you out. Prices from 816 to 850. no Also a few second-hand Sewing Machines, put in good working in order, from $5,00 to 10.50, for sale or rent. Have a Weyman & Co. Piano, re nearly new, for sale. Cc Agency American Steam ne Laundry & Dye Works. Phone 151. ha no The Louisiana a Turf Exchange Is Now Open. m Races will be reported .from the ui tracks daily. Location opp. McFar- W I tu house. Come and hear the races re annonced as they are run at the tracks. F. . A TOCE. Pros. ct DeRILL8 to n I LL - Order. w Design to suit your taste. uI All kinds of furniture repaired and reconstructed. Call and ex- U amine samples of GRILL and in MANTLE work. Shop north of ci Racket store. 73d&w ni S MARK D. RITTER. C CHINESE LAUNDRY. a All work carefully done by d ...

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. — 7 October 1902

-itla' --"DALL - EC(" i,~ The` Plc Po ~hCt4 e4t Low' 4#· ... E JENNINGS DAILY RE I JMN1NGB, W)UISIANA. TUESDAY. OM(BER 7, 1902 _______· ~~~uuuIIIII r ,, ~ ,, r~t ·__· ";r~"·~-;~·: ...__.__ - JI; NG , ... . .. ,i .-. THE PLACE For Up-toDate Goods at Very Reasonable Prices Tailor-made Suits In Walking and Full Lengths. We are show'ng splendid valuf s at $7 50, 810.00. $12.50, $15.00, 18.50 and $22.50, with the new -lot teams and Russian Blouse: also Tight-fitting. Dress and liJust opened up the swellest B Walking Skirts Silk Waists you, wie have th Flares. bot Splease ever shown, in Taffetas, Peau de and Convertable Plaits. in Mel- oies. in white, piok, hlun, old tons. Venitlans, Broad Cloth, rose, black, navy blue, green, n PEbble . heviots, Etamines, etc., tan, lany diferent sty es, but a from $2.00 to $15.00. all new and tiasty. We are also showing the new In irappers, kiamonas, Dress Button-in-the-Back skirt. ilug Sacques, -we have them all at the right prices. Silk Skirts Hosie...

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. — 7 October 1902

e springtim "a And the banner cry of Onward calls the ~ e iagards nit' -l . .e. - . the w here d lamour of t,.he n~l°° Sinter luutthe stir and stll of morning is a < /-÷,,' gnroh~n_.]lnter mtter thing to know: +, ý"-r N% the night iBs hushed and holden, a.  k. . and. tra'wierced by dreamy song, Lo. the dawn brings dew and fire and .Then the soul of man grows larger, like 'the rapture of the song: a flower from the bud;. --Richard Burton in the Atlantic. '^- ·------ tiB',,- I------------- Tens"P' Cent Increase United States Steel Corporation Advances Wages of 100.000 Men The 100,000 uren employed " by the TIamted Statqs S'eelioqporation" are to get an increase of 10 per cent in wages, a step which will take from the earnings of the trust the: sum of $4,000,000 a year and transfer it to the pockets of the laborers. The i gebls in' w;ages is purely voluntjiLsi .is the largest in his tory. @VEery"ititn in the employ of the trust, union and non-union. ex cepting those working un...

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. — 7 October 1902

SProperty. AS WELL AS S AND OIL LANDS, @000 Office Over Citizens' Bank. S.9 . .............DZARJ IWP. ......... .. - · l 1p 1 I IStfaple and Fancy Groceries.' FREE DELIVERY. .$ A Al.ai Street. Jennings, La. 1 . MALL, Prest. D. D. ANDRUS, V. Prost. J. H. HOrNaVw. Cashier THE CITIZENS' BANIl, JENNINGS. LOUISIANA. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Directors: J. H. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry. E. 1. Hall, D. Hebert, A. D. Mefrrlaia, .M. Arthur, Eldd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Andre.- 4 Collections receive prompt attention. A general banking business transscted. 121I31-7III 3+-++++++++o+1+111 ++10 +++++- + oo+o++++ Is A. ZABOLIO. . PERCY LONGMAN. ZABOLIO & L'ONCMAN, DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions. .EREE DELIVERY. JENINGS,. L.A. Ice Cream Soda 5c. Complete Stock of Fine lc (Candies, Cigars and To [ bacco. Ladies Parlor.. ., l COCIiNRY .. J. W CHAMPION, PROP, LLOYD eSTERLY, Manager. Mitchell & Conner, ..STAR GROCERY.. 'P AND 0 City Meat Market, TE...

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. — 7 October 1902

HE MO NIN SU 6 9 "Wihen t A J4?bhe river. an t+ And itesprtugttim all Aid thei hul ivz 4 ry onward calls the th,ý, ple wvnitr-'..e ltu:.ards into liu . When "rt c t~Irpji T} 17110 VV (I~l )he ý, c j '!-' ". ." -- "'h _r" i. ýIhtln ur itf the m, ,nlight. yln )l~un 4II:Limql (kQ +t,J\)) .. Y>ý"#: ,l)J& ..... ..... )]I(~ý: ''I'i 1'. :'i " lia" -,  .'I' " ( .... Catc "I " . - l- i tt l cl . nTl r:-r ýI ' nunuin;; i i t a throug h . nrt,.,r sl=)|gl i'it .lls: -, . ' r thin .I kln 'W1'ino- the ni ht is husthed and holdon Then upp 1 o t )I 1li feol 4i 1fl Zhca ::ndl tirsllier'I'd h" dr("·a my snlg. hl  ( l"'l'th rihthlft." L.,. the dow.l in I :n u u "w g :ll ) tire and Then the sal ofI man grlll ws l arhIi . like th r'sturo of Il soma a Jlow *er from the bud; l .i.ol ri l ;l'rton in the Atlantic. Ten Per Cent increaso United States Steel Corporattn Advances M ages of 100.000 Men The 10fl.O0n men employed by the I United States Steel corporation are to get an increas...

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. — 7 October 1902

iRealty Co. BUY AND SELL ..City Property.. . AS WELL AS iRICE AND OIL LANDS. .,..:'i o o o o Office Over Citizens' Banrs. WILLIAMS BROS., ............ DEZ.LERJ IN............ jFStaple and Fancy Groceries. FREE DELIVERY. North Main Street. Jennings, La. i. I. I ALL, Prest. D. D ANDRUS, V. Prost. J H. HoIBMAS. Cashier + THE CITIZENS' BANI¶, JENNINGS, LOUISIANA. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Director.: J.H H Hffman, C. A. lowry. . I. Hall, D. Hebert, A D. MeFarlatn, + A.M. Arthur. Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Adlru Collections receive prompt attention. A general banking business S transacted. is A. ZABOLIO. . PERCY LONGMAN. ZABOLIO & LONCMAN, DEALERS IN General Merchandise. Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions. FREE DELIVERY. .JENNINGS. LA. Ice Cream Soda 5c. Complete Stock of Fine PAE [Candies, Cigars and To bacco. Ladies Parlor. CON IIONFRY.. J. W CHAMPION, PROP. .LLOYD ESTERLY, INauager. I Mitchell &Conner, ..STAR GROCERY.. % AND %I City Meat Market, TEMPORARY BUIL...

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. — 7 October 1902

FITTh. Steam Fitting, Heat ia-nd ,all Classes. of Pipe * Work Promptly Executed. Office, Main street, Jennings, La. S`BON-TON "o I have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one favoring me with an order will get a neat turnout. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Yours to please at all hours. M. S. POGUE. C. S. BLOM Will clean and repair your Sewinr Machine, ready for spring sewing, or if you need a new one can fix you out. Prices from $16 to $50. Also a few second-hand Sewing Machines, put in good working order, from $5.00 to $10.50, for sale or rent. Have a Weyman & Co. Piano, nearly new, for sale. Agency American Steam Laundry & Dye Works. Phone 151. The Louisiana Turf Exchange Is Now Open. Races will be reported from the tracks daily. Location opp. MlcFar ls, ;u house. Come and he r the races aunonued as they are run at thetracks. F. A. TOCE. Pros. GRILS Done to Design to suit your taste. All kinds of furniture repaired and reconstructed. Call and ex amine samples of GRILL and MANTLE...

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. — 8 October 1902

WAL KERE . NIU R ECENNONODA LY RD. .... . ý. .. -d . . . . ..... . "r '[,;M ]I.~"·lIY1~ r··.Z~~TP.- -__~I PIC I·~ R. Dahlin C BUY AND SELL ..City Propery AS WELL AS t, RICE AND 0 1 S , -, Office Over Citizcn, i3anl. , ..,,. .1* .. P. (to - .. re. , . " * C i i, J. H -Select Goods ' L Cah Jennings Hotel uiidin.., U' --... - o - -· · 1,- st. € . , . No r M i -et . -! ...... """ Staplon d a . ' a All~ ~ th ra,:  ' -. . .. ,.i y.'..a ' ; , mr " ý 1" r 7 *p 1: iLLI ads i n fpjfin)))Vd is ti., rý il ~ uII .j .! i" ;i t hýl; le ýclrntin " S 11 o' L'. ( 1 i l I t.\ Itr ,J r I ý L....... ......... C A.H S crA S s UL.n 3 A. S. RIOHA"?D, Masr C UFFIN-J!AKE BUILDING. . ON PARADE 1eiihrs c . A... . March 3 filO n ikm a!d ife. :: 0 h ic*'rd. \':.a i i gto; , D. C., Oct. : - i. :' brav, it. comrades; it nImal o : Iate:st imarch we will cver take :: t i." This is \\'..t a gray-haired veteran of Iowa sald ti:is morn ing at the hour ann1ouncoed for h2, di0.f',reoitt state (lepart inents S' .' I1 . ...

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. — 8 October 1902

.. La,· ia. to my stable to i w rigas. Anp one no 'mse with an -trder saeassrnout¶ to rfDAY AND NIGHT So , lu, e at all hq~rs. 1, 8. POGUE.. N ;.:..B LO M dE 'l i.clean and repair your ee.yin h Maaca, rmleady for spring sewlpg, R if.yo need a new one esoat x out. Prices from 816 to M50. fo a' -..a few second-hand Sewing bi M. ine , put in, good worlng ed. r, from 56.00 tb $10.50, for 'ale or rent. Have a Weyman & Co. Piano, ai nearly new, for sale. S *ency American Steam L.. aundry & Dye Works, I tone 151. - e rc The Louisiana t urf Exchange p Is Now Open. Riees will be reported from the b tracks daily. Location opp. Mvc'a&r It i u louse. Come and he,'r the races h aunonoed as they are run at thetracks. F. A. TOCE. ProD-. t - a Order. GRILLS Done to Design to suit your taste. I All kinds of furniture repaired l and reconstructed. Call and ex amine samples of GRILL and MANTLE work. Shop north of Racket store. 73d&w s MARK D. RITTER. CHINESE LAUNDRY. E All work care...

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. — 8 October 1902

. mss . u m . . m . . SJENNINGS __ , f L . , ..i....... A.. ,Dahlen Realty Co. " -. BUY AND SELL .City Property.. AS WELL AS RICE AND OIL LANDS. Office Over Citizens' Banh. IC. P. ROWSO ., Preiddnt. F . F.E. 1.I . t' .. ,sidrn t. Gt. . A. ,UTrzT5E_ Y, Cab'er. Ii. l IAG. A Et. la ier. DIFk TCT".LS: P. 1 io1~t, .I. P. IA1:i.I:. F. E. BLISS. i. J. J. nZsR.i)N, :. F. r , '4). This Bant iý now open for busi.-iss ixi its new bu"-;dUn on Mftn 5t ec:. ***** 4 4%"'n, =-r .,4 w m ', 4 "....r ... .. ..· ýf.:", .. ... · ,--; < , :. ..STA A. . S . tP AND 3' CitV  M- TEMPORAR.AY DUILDING  ON THE OLD SITE...... JOHN MART N, ...DEALER IN... Staple and Fancy Groceris and Provisionlls, VEGETABLE AND FRUITS. Select Coods at cttom Prices for Cash. Jennings Hotel Building, SOUTH MAN STREET Z L._'LL AS i.. Staple and Fancy GCroE eIies 'FRE ,E DELIV LY.. 7 North Main Street, JENNINGS, LOUISIANiA. BEST LINE IN TOWLN OFI Candies, Fruits an Con k zctonerie s All the LeaF ug 13:' ids of To')'o' ,...

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. — 8 October 1902

- of_____ I eold block. much of a gentleman Sprreaoncilables seem to Spatriote who were not lot of trouble Bartholin elaved if h'e had done it a a egrlier. osevelt refused to 'entertain d Duke Boris. Perhaps she b slippers. r Wi. dLaurier declined a peer . Wha an enigma he must be to lliam ,ldorf Astor. .land t t is being organized in and, prob ,bly for the better pro ction of they old sod. "I3mperor WI lam has 200 trunks out -o the fle4. The horrors of mic warfare axre just awful. .;lohn S. Sargent, the portrait paint r, is comin over here in October. ake your ates for sittings now. ` 'King Alfonso is right, however, ut *American girls being the martes. and handsomest in the t Ru isa and Turkey are now having dis3ute. It's up to the sultan tc make another neat little batch .of .'promises. How many times did the girls say:  'Speak for yourself, John!" at the 'reunion of John Alden's descendants at Duxbury? When a doctor sues a dentist the -long-suffering public, though it come r no...

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. — 8 October 1902

.tt sohool of mwedi nnt'f the dlicov* r travelers. Dr. Pooflr's 3W - ilBStrawberry. Cure dysena S ,,,nause, Pleas to take. tyiB ment of irons in Italian "prisou has been abolished. Convicts e , "longer to be yoked together a heretofore, and the cruel practice oi manacling' them to their beds is to be applied only in very exceptional eases. E-lectricity may be the motive power of the future, but the fact re mains that in the census year 1900 the output of steam locomotives was more than 3,000. valued at more than $30,000.000. LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND WOMAN'S REMEDY FOR WOMAN'S ILLS. has no terrors for the man who owears SAWYER'S EXCELSIOR BRAND Suits and Slickers S arranted wateryrer. Oct tho g6OtUltur. l|ookfo'tcraO. S mark. If yut r denlrr dA.os't bre. thee . Wrhte for Cotataogu to Wl. L. . SAOWYEI iA 505. Sole 310'., Iast Camobridln Ya.. 3 YEARS AO we began our present busl ness of selling general mer. chandise at whollesale prices direct to the o consumer-two mil...

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. — 8 October 1902

LE MANS, The Shoe-Man. £ }. LA1IELL & CO., PLUMBERS and STEAM' FITTERS. Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Heat ing and all Classes of Pipe Work Promptly Executed. Office, Main street, Jennings, La. ii BON-TON ' SI have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one favoring me with an order will get a neat turnout. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Yours to please at all hours. M. S. POGUE. C. S. BLOM Will clean and repair your Sewing Machine, ready for spring sewing, or if you need a new one can fix you out. Prices from $16 to $50. Also a few second-hand Sewing Machines, put in good working order, from 85.00 to 810.50, for sale or rent. Have a Weyman & Co. Piano, nearly new, for sale. Agency American Steam Laundry & Dye Works. Phone 151. The Louisiana Turf Exchange Is Now Open. Races will be reported from the tracks daily. Location opp. McFar lain House. Come and hea.r the races annonced as they are run at thetracks. F. A. TOCE. Prop. (RILLS Done to GRI Order. Design to suit your taste. * All ki...

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