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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 29 October 1902

j·,- r s t ,ad t L w r' p THNGS DALY R - .NI, IN JENN1NGS. LOUIS]ANP- WEDNESIDAY OCTOBER 29, 1902 NU. 1'N 2 •- _2 __~ :~ : 2. ''"= = -.-==.' ==== === =' "~ '= " li ..... .... .,  Petticoats, in ?Merzerised Sateen and Silk, from $1 to $15 each. Jackets--We havebeen doing a good business in them. ' hy ? Because they are the right styles at the right prices. Our line of Children's Cloaks, Capes, Sacques, etc., will be in this werk. G LOVES. F. T. S. & CO. S you wa higRh-grade and, up-to :date goods, go to THE FASmHON. Why -send away for goods if we are SERVICE, LUCILE S:-here to please you, and we guarantee & LA FORCE . that -more,,that we are selling you LA FORCE goods as cheap as you can buy them anywhere. Let-us convince you. Gloves-We guarantee every pair Dress Goods, all the latest, prices of Kid Gloves we sell, from $1 up. raning fron 10c.to $3 per yard. Big assortment of Dressed and Un Tailor-made Suits, Skirts, Waists. dressed. Also a full line of Cash These are one o...

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. — 29 October 1902

Ib t in did Galvanized bu ;b. WOOE N, t.<s'a-uemassesasnank Dallnaug, irmrlyarxort LeaLsias. SerW and Public.' a 0ii4 OMatters and Corporation ...._. ;Law. ., nedO edand charters drawn. * y'; , fdlhties at Lake Charles and Sr' 1 for furnishing reliable ab  a cts he .:l3l.aeld. :pa ' yrack & Toomer, TWOBNEYS and £:«UNSELO.S AT LAW. Ole: oom 4, Citilen. Bank, Jemnlapg. oemos, Commerelal blook, Lake Charig. ..s.onn.eoa4 by Long Distance Phones. entorn H. Thomas, Master Paintero. Shop on Main Street, opposite the Racket store. Free estimates given on applicaUion. IAyvng prices and first-class work. Bonds Given It Required. F. S. SPENCER, Architect.'. Office Over Postortice, JENNINGS, LA. A. H. Humphrey, Architect and Builder. Room 5, Scott Building. PHONE 102. McCON & CO. General Contractors' DEBRICK WORK A PsPCIALTW. Plans, Specifications and Estimates furnished. B. A. RICHHART. Public Auctioneer0 BOANOKE, LA. I solicit your patronage and guarani tee satisfaction. E. L. LE...

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. — 29 October 1902

toes teo ahounce to his pat troit that on and after October =J, "ia-t,he bVs = wil be located in the ,- -br ~loc buiilding, on .-g- t Main Street. $.. I 4.5"4o AND UP. FIT -" 4 " '" GUARANTEED. D. C. BROWN ...GEfER L CONTRACTOt Sa ,d BUIIhDIR Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement, Agatete Plaster, Plaster Paris, Fire Brick and Clay. Brick Buildiup Sa Specialty. Correspondence Solicited. Olfice at Residence Corner Fourth and Cutting Ave., near Christian Church. Lock Box 164. Long Dist 'Phone 190. JENNINGS. - - LOUISIANA. .. BROS., Contracting Engineers ds of Steam Plants erected. We handle a full line of Boilers, s and Pumps. Also Reeves Threshing outfit. Watsh -this list of Second-Hand outfits on hand now. One 70:horse power outfit, Tubular boiler. One  0 horse power outfit, self Contain boiler. One -20 horise power outfit, Fire-Box boiler. P._ 10.to 15 horse power, mounted outfit. . -One 12 horse power Traction engine with Case separator. All idnds of Pumps. Let us us know your n...

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. — 29 October 1902

a ..a ; .. . Best Telegraphic Service, Best Local News Servi , The Only Illustrated News Service. Subscribe Now. All for the Lowest Price. irSTRUCTIONS IN Piano in ANt GCUILTURE St Miss Stella Plattor. A limited number of pupils will Li be taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. CHINESE LAUNDRY. ni - All work carefully done by hand,whichprevents your clothes from being damaged. -Our prices re ans reasonable, and our work is d: Sfirst-class. -ong Lee, Proprietor. it Cor. State and Davies st d cLa oN W. J. MILLS f BOOM 5, SCOTT BUILDING, FOR DRAPER OR COLT Acetylene Gas Generators Call and see me. Bare something that will interest you for your Btore or Residence lighting liss I. Pearl Davis, TEACHER OF PIANO and ORGAN Studio, Cary Avenue. Half a block from the First National Bank. BON-TON m 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. A E. CAMPBELL & CO., P...

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. — 30 October 1902

e s tite, : r x t ;' uý, 1 F M1 w L r . . ar f~a tir, a.ý.. r ,.f: r t; ý ýý - k ,t'ý'3 ;t C s ý C \, 'ýkr I~ , ý i ý+v,ý -i ý ý",ý7 ar r r y ; ý n s S ý t.l r L J ,ý ,q . i R }1 '` . .T ;p r ý i J} ' ý + ? f N , f F f »ý . W r 1 T , 1 ~ ! ?ý y ;ti t r. a '. t 7 3:·~~i~~":~; ~ 1 ·-~ · ~ : ~ - : i ~=FFI ~Ir~CLRIMINI;~ Pettýeoats, in xerserised Gsae tMe Silk, from 81 tw15 each. Jackets-We havebeen dog a good business in them. WbhyY Because th are the right styles at the righ Ourlineof Children's Clobs, Sacques, etc., will be in this werk. GLOVES. F. T. S. & CO. gt -grade and up-to .e o to fnE FASHION. a way.for goods if we are - SERVICE, LUCILE Ssee you, and we guarantee & LA FORCE that we are selling you hieap as you can buy them SLet usconvince you. Gloves-We guarantee every pair ~'e Goods, all the latest, prices of Kid Gloves we sell, from $1 up. fom loto $3 per yard. Big assortment of Dressed and Un- r neySuits, kirts, Waists. dressed. Also a full line of Cash- F atdx ...

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. — 30 October 1902

y, fY-:I · t } SL OWgp i: . EO~~ ·, ·~i&''i;B': government ''goen et eu ii·;t ·is Uncle ,S~i ?7 u Begin to leek that :yo W ''ni` meet the /gentleman . himself,, ; 'spike-tail coat and & trousers. 'more for :Hot' "Spring tier. snti; ij e. coun S. VIEW OF HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS , except Washington. He has flled ittibaIutifuJ'p iri jcilanted trees, s and gardens, erected marble * a~aiei s and pavilions, constructed s mn miles of drives, splendidly :'-maded and winding to the tops of the mounntains; affording charming views d the surrounding country. To the ruth of the Springs is the great iita Valley. The city is built ýike a huge dumb bell, with Central ' venue or Bathhouse Row, as it is "eommonly called, for the handle. ' ot Springs is a city of hotels. The Arlington, Park and Eastman repre - lm ` t an investment amounting to 9.1,000,000. With 'their immense ro tundas, brilliantly lighted 'drawing :...:.ooms and handsomely decorated : ining-rooms, they provide a luxurious ...

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. — 30 October 1902

ANI OILLANDS. Office Over Citizens' Bank - o - - SILLIAMS BROS., aple and Fancy Groceries.i . fortk ain Stree.. "Jennilgs, La. r E. L UA , Prest. D. D. ANDRUS, V. Frost. J. H. owrxAw, Cashier 'WHE CITIZENS' BANK, " - 'E'NNINGS, LOUISIANA. INTERESrT PAID ON TI.ME DEPOSITS. DArstos:. . Bo fan, C. A. Lo n E . Hall. D. Hebert, A. D. Maearlala, A. Y r, mai . or, .). C. nr, . Andr.. Collecotions receive prompt attention. A general banking business traansacted. "JA. ZABO.ib. PERCY LONGMANI ZABOLIO & LONCMAN, DEALERS IN General. Merchandise, Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions. FREE DELIVERY. JENNINIGS. LR. "'l,--·- ---- "  : _ . Ice Cream Soda 5c. Complete Stock of Fine fii[[ Candies, Cigars and To bacco. Ladies Parlor. CONFlCIOWNERY.. . w CHAMPION, PROP. LLOYD ENTERLY, Manager. I Mtchell & Conner, ..STAR GROCERY.. 0 AND 0 City Meat Market, TEMPORARY BUILDING ON THE OLD SITE...... The ProDer Way to Travel. -z U&E TME SOUTHERN PACIFIC, uowrmn mu. SUNSET ROUTE, FREE CHAIR CA...

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. — 30 October 1902

oil, '; X1D IR JeWELRY )fuag. .5" fight:~d itright prioes in 'e watch 'tead by l. , ea}. method.' fin satstfaction -guarate. S. RITCH. BLE ANS, smhoe-man. CTor. os s as StelIa Plattor. : s :limited number of pupils will Abe taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. INE8E LAUNDRY. All work carefully done by i -hand,whichpreventsyour clothes Zoom being damaged. Our prices are reasonable, and our work is S:a;erst-c"eass. ong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. State and Davies at C"LL ON W.J. MILLS ROOM 6, SCOTT BUILDING, FOR DRAPER OR COLT Acetylene Gas Generators Ga11 and see me. Have something that will Interest yon for eonr Store or Reaidence lighting is I. Pearl Davis, TEACHER OF !IANO and ORGAN *tuio, Cary Avenue. Half a block from the First National Bank. t-TON - I:have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one avoring me with an order Ill get a neat turnout. oPw bAY AND NIGHT ''Th fse to .please at all hours. M. 8. POGUE. ',SteamFitting, Heat. Seli Class.es of Pipe 'ok ?Promptly eJenn...

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. — 31 October 1902

;-- .:· .m.b m U- --i?~ - Y II a $ s i Yd~i ý~s " r 4,:f Y y ýý.1 ýy fgl7iC S" ý.i YC iYýPM dA Mý1. ý l1R`,111 ýr e' .* AL. AT T HE "" r Store Great Slaughter in Prices begin ning SATURDAY, Nov. 1st. We will offer our entire stock at a big reduction in prices as we aregoing to move into the Hulbert Building about December 1st aWd wish to reduce our stock as much as possible before moving. e will offer you the greatest bargains that have ever been known in Jennings. This is an opportunity you cannot afford to let pass. Lordnsdale, yard wide, Bleached We have a beautiful line of b Muslin, regular 10c grade, to Braids, Applique Galoons, Laces kovo, 8c. and Velvets for trimmings,which Fine yard-wide Bleached Cam- will be sold at reduced prices. r brie, regular 10c quality, to move Ladies' EKnit Ribbed Vests,reg 7c. ular 25c grade, to move, 18c. B wc. Better quality, 60c grade, 48c. 10-4 heavy Brown Sheeting, Ladies' Union Suits,worth 85c, t regular price 19c, price to move, price to mov...

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. — 31 October 1902

'" y , 'C ,', 1 ý-^Iýý Y^ ",. , , ."4 , W-, i· MI, $Photo b Euene .T Hall Chicago. ..,· , . ' . .__ _.      :ii ilons in London. 'L mdnoi :and throughout the S tIftt~eisland the words "up" and aea" ae a peculiar significance. g g to London from any part of yd you go "up." In traveling in direction from the capital you own:" 8So in London itself every ~ igoes "'up" If it goes in the direc S of the bank-that is, the Bank * ( 9^ p glnand-and going from that cen ttw *oward any of the points of the tiaes 4is to go "down." Tlhe word bank, which is not only :i y ;spelled with a capital "B," iibtis always uttered with an impres ,.iwn;" mess that suggests an initial let S'" a of.the largest type, may be said t;': e in a sense interchangeable with l~t` y a term of equal dignity and s ' iu `n ,the eyes of Englishmen,.and : wlse invariably adorned with a 'aal "C." .i The 'City does not mean London ý ;" L `'Iany means. It means a certain `limited section of London, the part i here bu...

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. — 31 October 1902

' -he bot ` oa' d ! the psctles of the Sanxiousto do ias to make a practical demon-ht To = i borin but `th .the story it will =;``` y Y ,d!e'7llelll to "expl infor thebenefit of those /. Vho a.% 'not" Osted. -in the practices of the IScientists 'that the one thing all are most anxious to do is to make a practical demon stratfon of the workings.of their faith. To have made a good demonstration is to have made a long step in "the upward way. To do this the shortsighted put away their glasses, the lame . throw away their crutches, and those afflicted in any painful way demonstrate that by force of mind over material they do not suffer. It would seem to outsiders that possihly the Christians ~' Science mother had fallen from grace, according t, her own doctrines, when one day, the small boy of the family" having been naughty, she determined not to spare the rod o' spoil the child, ahnd gave him what in common household parlance is known as a thoroughly good spanking. She laid him over ...

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. — 31 October 1902

,x 1 T 1 y N R tO F watab 4 at Is 1 S~ D J 1 r ( 11 1 AIRE EPERABLE old By MA NS, The Shoe-Man. Aiano voice M9iss Stella Plattor. A limited number of pupils will be taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. CHINESE LAUNDRY. All work carefully done by Shand,whichprevents your clothes from being damaged. Our prices are reasonable, and our work is first-class. ong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. State and Davies st CLL ON W. J. MILLS RO OM 5, SCOTT BUILDING, FOR DRAPER OR COLT Acetylene Gas Generators Call and see me. Have something that will interest you for your Store or Residence lighting Miss I. Pearl Davis, TEACHER OF P I AN O and ORGAN Studio, Cary Avenue. Half a block from the First National Bank. BON-TON ' 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. The New Era Bakery .- - ,=-====AND, CONFECTIONERY., Freah Pies and Cakes every day. Free de P" 3D) CASTLE, Prop, r . ...

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. — 1 November 1902

4,. x N J h` pa.p ert Y.4 Pab 'igi 'S ý'WPP 1^;J j ý./+Fu v ww m rw.,,..s+ w um aw *+ vct ý' ýIýL .U141Gý. ý ''Sr wa'ns hYk ` af' Petticoats, in Merzerised Sateen and Silk, from $1 to $16 each. Jackets-We havebeen dolig a good business in them. Wbhy ? Because they are the right styles at the right prices. Our line of Children's Cloaks, Capes, Sacques, etc., will be in this work. GLOVES. F. T. S. & CO. I If you want high-grade and up-to- -ý date goods, go to THE FASHION. 1 Why send away for goods if we are SERVICE, LUCILE here so please you, and we guarantee & LA FORCE that more that we are selling you goods as cheap .as you can buy them anywhere. Let us convince you. Gloves-We guarantee every pair 1 Dress Goods, all the latest, pisces of Kid Gloves we sell, from $1 up. ranging trom 10ce to $3 per yard. Big assorntment of Dressed and Un- I Tailor-made Suits, Skirts, Waists. dressed. Also a full line of Cash. These are one of our strongestlines. mere Golf Dr ssing Gloves. We a...

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. — 1 November 1902

be profes itp e uare for E,~ward in kilts q .title even the th the annual crop Sunusually advanced Lot tle . year. l are beginning tc b .matches now. Fuel bg scarce this winter. e thing about some :governing Latin repub , toutth is "their vitality. expert says the Ameri antique. but he furnishes itestimony to back up his wes st liar on earth tells the a ,-is'-doctor. The most truth ", 'ae, is :tempted to lie to the - aini[c aeterlinck says riding in S auutomobile gives the poet inspira tiat.~'ut -where does the poet get his S; ts trimmed with squirrel fur are ~.i all the rage among women this ''but the Maltese cat should be u~sut the same. it :is safe to venture the assertion ih:at inmost. cases the people who kill emselvy because they fear losing Sbirm sa have mighty little mind iose. ( Au:; tompiile racing has taken the 5 ~ ofl horse :racing at some of the . fels.as As long as the people sit 1in the stands and be safe let *a scorch. , '` ving, sidewalks are proposed for ai ree...

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. — 1 November 1902

ob) . 4'L: leain- s tlmo N h enor .. 11- 3,shmen, while Egh .. i : Thn- t and- pale ale! w:." omen, young and pretty, are to b".entountered In'the London streets as thick as, summer daisies in the meadows. 'h is is, perhaps, the first observa tion that a-Frenchman makes on his arrital in the English capital, it he keeps his eyes open and does not re semble, the legendary Englishman why-on first reaching French soil, keep his red-haired womasn, and im GRAND OPERA HOUSE-.(France). mediately wrote down in his notebook, "All the Frenchwomen have red hair." after which he lay back in the coach and did not look out of the window again until he was in Italy. He did not like red-haired women. When a German visits a strange town the first thing he does is to find out where he can drink the best Ger man beer; the Italian looks up to see whether the sky is blue; the American reads the sign-boards and advertisements; the Englishman ex amines the shops, we moving vehicles and the crowds in the ...

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. — 1 November 1902

'0, u on hat .1-n wind 1M Mad ers, i1 press gestil rifatil ^s, PeeIINs stitut S tdet d out. hro "uilding. Dr. land, • II:uT. on ath gl belie, . . r "oodt . ublic.' nt . °. torsJ -aud Corpo thea . .a chrwters arwn. apte, dfma ".,at Lake Charles and very ;. fiwnnkig sulable devit •'i Toamer, O AT LAW. dent . 3seems, ClIsimuRner , JeuII P. is C Ra, pemmtlableoksAk" ChuarS. andt ; i-'·AdIF b "Jlm Diateaue PlheS. a .A . To I H T Master M Painter tent, mar Shop pn Main Street, opposite0 o ar the Racket store. e. lslmtes given on anpllctdis. are Jvag Wprdie and frst-class work. stoo oNds Given It Required. SS. SPENCEnL wo Architect.· S Offlo Over Postof@fO, the JENNINGS, LA. AH. Hmp TRUM N wa_ Architect and the Builder. Sioon 5, Scott Building. PHONE 102. fru McCON & CO. General , C6ntractorsO U DEBIBC woS A a S CIANrL. Plans, SpecifcationnsO and Estimates De mraed. Nc Auctioneer0 A B OAOKE, .A. I sololt your patronage and Kers1 tee sataiaction. ;. 1. LEWIS, M. D. C. U VETERINAR 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. — 1 November 1902

S h that cost the least are the most expenalv laotsziutl c eusually amounts to very little.. A thousand dodgers will cost a dollar or a dol. lar and a half, and the boy, who throws them into the ash barrels will cost twenty-five or fifty cents more. The same amount of money would not buy much space in a good newspaper, but a little more money would buy enough space to tell the same story that was told on the dodger, and it r-r itty- a arse, .sors, would tell it in a digni. .fed-.ad fet.ive.. way to .any thousands of Figurintg on mere circulation, newspaper advertising gives more for the same amount af money than any other kind of advertising. In quality, newspaper-advertising is not to be compared to anything else. To a certain extent the standing of the paper is an advantage to the advertiser. If he is using. the best paper in town it cer tainly is an evidence of his shrewdness and 1 enterprise.. And if the paper is one that is looked to by the community generally as an "authority...

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. — 1 November 1902

TJbie 4m:,e Qp nn;i d(ecriete 'a cts with the imp neent of Trish itaderac -wo'a'r charedb 3r thle Di(tish agv * fmment' wit h. fomnenting lselition, li'W3 stil further estrangesa the people. 'The position of the Earl of Dudley can in no sense be called a sinecure. Possibly* the Duke of Marlborough, with his beautiful American wife and " · the millions which she brought him, might have .had more success as the occupant of the vice-regal lodge ma Dublin, but even this is doubtful x CC"*I'*TT" + l'NEEGRfESS' GOOD LUCK. a Mine in Colorado for Which , he Refused $600,000. i, j d R. Davis. a colored woman of ii i, ams to be the owner of a i Colorado for which she has ý":f d: 4600,000, offered by a syndi , T'he property is located in a 'i4~eCid Plainfield, twenty miles ~ soth ;iof. Cripple Creek. In 1890 real '. t agents were booming Plainfield . . . . Lulu R. Davis. ias uture rival to Denver and one of Sthem"'visited Owensboro, Ky., where the "Davis woman was then employed In the fam...

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. — 1 November 1902

-,YP ýý ,, ·'· i.'· .' t fiýSý' fiý ýý I ,ý ý ý mi ==gatebrowqn,. Recording &are ftheL.C. -& Association of Kae aa iettrilfrom 605 N. Seventh at., S'City, Kansas, says: q"i'iW-m' a years I have not knowa Swas od speend a well day. tsevere cold which Ineglected. .te the time of menstruation and ' a" ntti~bn set in and prostrated me. . atar' k of the kidneys and bladder fol Sowed,a my digestive' organs gave Way, a fact the cold disarranged my whole system. "I spent hasdreds of detars with om mand nedclnae, but derived but Ae benefit uatil I began treatment SParunas. I kept taking itt for nearly iume months before I was completely emed, but I kept growing better gradu all3sothat I feltencouraged tocontinue takngPeruna until my health was re acfd. I send my thanks and blessings A striking contrast between Deflance Starch med any other brand will be fesad by cmmparisa. Delecen Starch stifenau. slhmess. beautifites witb rot roting. t gives clothes back their newness. Itsb ablat...

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. — 1 November 1902

l 1 f ýý' i A4 ý,wýý! end i····1··· .N. · f f F:: -r r ·. No BLE oNs s, voice SStella Plattor. lited number of pupils will btaken. Apply at residence of G. ". Aylsworth. whichpreventsyour clothes ,beingadamagd. Our prices Seasonable, and our work is o eng L;ee, Proprietor. S, Cor. State and Davies at 0 o,, W. J. MA IL LS ]OOM 5, SCOTT BUILING, FOR DRAPIB OR COLT d rlene Gas Generators Call Mnd coe me. Have something that will interet you for your Store or residence lighting liSs I. Pearl Davis, TEAOCHE OF PI ANO and ORGAN Studio, Cary Avenue. Half a block from the First National Bank. BON-TON N " 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 'Tours to please at all hours. M. 8. POGUE. The New Era Bakery S A ND DA ONERYC S aJs shPles and Cakes Cal ndse day. Ha ee dso CASTLE, Prop, Firs NiHeat ON ssss of 'Ppe :PND,, DNG oui oplaea llhus 'PHONE 180 New Horses, New Rigs, Prompt Ser O vice. Open Day .nd Night...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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