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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 November 1902

should good, 1 Ohla 600 be aril t fatal The ~A~ches ~ Franc tifioat . dnUw l can b Starce same positi " yr h siity or Wo cough conga syrun Bri trolei S/ cient Moth In thl Feve ,' sorder Deste . S K NAt . thee ha"' hour Nursing ° .Mothers -T . ,auirtldciisureO to be unohelthsy-cross . diuritatite-tif your own smach.liver tideysaore deanged. Regular doses of - .. Caldwell's (Lasative) Syrup Pepsin tease yoor oon melth and promotes the health and growth of your child. Dot rs recommend Dr. Caldwrells Syrup Pcpsin to mothers and esxpectant mothers. 50. .ad $1.00 Mottles AU Druggists 'J SAMPLPE ad Hook "The Story ofsTsw. eling Mae" for the asukig. SIYR UP co., Monticello, I. 0onth on OR i en Everything to You Buy w ase in life. Wrlise TODAY. al gUSgTSYU Y WARD. & OS at E *,O "--.... 0-o pn S ait Christmas Excursions º SANTA FE One Far. Plus 5.oo0. Tirkete on saleDec is, I. 21. `, '1. 26. Limited 80 days to return. bee Santa Fer agent or-Wlite W. S. KEENAN, G. P. A. t G.LVsrowN. rTEX...

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. — 24 November 1902

I IClE F; ve ytslirabe feature of Dun ,Eco ol Y and 'CONVEN iNO3 known to stove making is :' scombined in "GARLANDS." iga rtabywarmed rooms go a long way u piY, therefore, buy the best stove you ad Iardware Co. ENMIMNOS, LA. entfor Garland Stoves and Ranges, Dealers in iairdware, 'House Furnishing Goods, etc. PERABLE MA NS, fe .. Shoe-Man. I Ips'ltUCTIOpS 1 Piano Voice CUI1tTURE~ r isýs Stella Plattor. :limited number of pupils will i be taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. CHIhNESE LAUNDRY. "::;:All work carefully done by :iand,which prevents your clothes '.'; 'rom being damaged. Our prices lami r reasonable, and our work is S. :;frst-class. ong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. State and Davies st .!2l.ONI, W. J. MILLS nooM 5, SCOTT BUILDING, FOR DRAPER OR COLT Acylene Gas Generators t all and see me. Have something that will interest you for your Store or Residence lighting BON-TON * I have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one favoring me with an order will get a neat t...

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. — 25 November 1902

JbI r - t*e& untes Special values in Ready -" inwhite, red and white, with colored also Plain Linen Hemstitched Covers. f mstlttched Table Cloth and Napkins. dn.worked Bureau Scarfs. 'huinms, Fringed Doylies, open-worked and isUa~ Points. .all kinds, bnt wish to call special attention to de Linen Towels, fringed and drawn-worked, in TABLE DAMASKS yards of 81.50 grade Irish Linen. Have about 100 by are cuts, 2} and 2 yards, enough for a Table outght at a price that will allow us to offer them at , $2.25 and $2.00 a piece. Different patterns and a 64-inch Bleached Union Damask this week at 25c. df heavy German Bleached Damask, 35c grade, this Oc,90c and $1.25 grades are beyond comparison. In sk we have a big variety in red, green and checks, m p .:Come and see the goods. REIMS & MEYER Props. SDrive Throug? the Open Country in one of our handsome Bug gies, Carriages or Runabouts, is thoroughly enjoyable, be cause they are comfortable, safe and handsome. Our stock of fine Vehic...

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. — 25 November 1902

r i, ifrý* ýý;:; ,t.,. r..., wo*'wa abre Iw ' second halt sile- :kn done by both hbl R "'avanfag. either O :,crippled by the Ju a °and Davies, who could se lo -the game on account of Ut '-'Nebraska depended upon fo' a and, although outplayed in ha t 'half, she located the weak (a malli ta.able to make a touch . second after missing tMiti to score by place kicks. ska's line was much superior of 'the Gophers and her play fierce. Her men were re ..cautioned and twice penal - uu.l "work in the line. Ne uied trick plays effectively, eking long gains on a double K Westover was the star of the j$ptng nearly every attempt "wjind his end of the line, and estly getting down the field and g'his man after a punt. Bender fd were responsible for most e- gaines made by the Cornhusk imender played a clean game at rand did good punting. ;~baorthwsstern Overmatched. h ,Ommenting on the Maroon-Purple 'a famous football coach who i{the contest said: o western depended mainly on football. Once or twice...

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. — 25 November 1902

,b: r. 6K''ý tý i'` rý. t ý iý , . ,q. fox -made to the a gh the dAIf~ redger The mud and ,isnucked up Sdredgerb , and is -ia long..chain of lands near the A re it is spread "area: Natives dis ~i, o that this pipe ms than ordinary har e of all metals, except -out of the mouth of a eid many Hawaiians i thlir long vigil there. It.:S . Comment on Goat's Probable Fate. ,I /i rn nsad parrots take to pro *'M^s the sparks fly upward, and no ~qe , on of 'ei1ther ever can be sure `11'i ttrt of a vocabulary waits only pj~wprtnt to be aired. A prominent m be :of =tb 'Professional Woman's a is a son,. a sturdy little chap, t surprised and amused her theZlohe i des :by. his nonchalant use of K ~r espectable oath. S e oy. 'ho is not yet out of kilts, ii~ iiayuin t a backyard, where, by :e'~q , he' had been lorbidden to go .'*b 4se f. o he unfriendly disposition 'jEf.a saeighboriag goat. His mother I boy's, not the goat's-sat at a desk se;ir-.an -overlooking window cata logne art objects for...

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. — 25 November 1902

on auteo it'can be marde tio e k, and that imore han is asked ~ r.th, ghe grade toves. -`x -I y desirable feature of DuR ,aiLrWt;gicoxo)MY' and CoNVEN ApR. known to stove making is combined in "GANLANDS." -comfortably warmed rooms go a long way -osU BIAPPY, therefore, buy the best stove you JL a Faer Hardware Co. JEINEINOS, LA. zelo:,: sive Agents for Garland Stoves and langes, Dealers in ;M"'' ` -Gmeneral Hardware: House Furnishing Goods, etc. ~aN BYHIS AND SHOES SHOES ,o, THE ARE PERABLE MANS, ihe Shoe-Man. ? - iano A1D Voice GU _ TUIE Miss Stella Plattor. S.limited number of pupils will be taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. CHINESE LAUNDRY. All work carefully done by . "hand,whichpreventsyour clothes from being damaged. Our prices Sare reasonable, and our work is ~irat-class. ong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. State and Davies st CU.. ON W. J. MILLS ROOM 5, SCOTT BUILDING, FOR jDRAPER OR COLT Acetylene Gas Generators Call and see me. Have something that will interest you for ...

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. — 26 November 1902

E JENNINGS DAILY R JENN1NGS. LJUIN1ANA, WVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1902 ..~~~~~~~~~~I . 5 mm i ud ma u,,. ... ---- -** - - """ 1nt'ounters Special values in Ready tifnged, in white, red and white, with colored " rte izes; also Plain Linen Hemstitched Covers. tlne Hemstitched Table Cloth and Napkins. etMexican.worked Bureau Scarfs. 'and Shams, Fringed Doylies, open-worked and itein.Brazilian Points. Swe have all kinds, bh ish to call special attention to high-grade Linen To , fringed and drawn-worked, in TABLE DAMASKS .f 1 000 yards of $1.50 grade Irish Linen. Have about 100 they are cuts, 2} and 2 yards, enough for a Table ought at a price that will allow us to offer them at 0,$2.25 and $2.00 a piece. Different patterns and a 64.inch Bleached Union Damask this week at 25c. f heavy German Bleached Damask, 35c grade, this ,5c, 90c and $1.25 grades are beyond comparison. In we have a big variety in red, greet and checks, Come and see the goods. REIMS & MEYER Props. A Drive Througf' t...

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. — 26 November 1902

I -' JA ... '· :"" 1·1: ·a~- t4t :.\en : . /. 9* -Pot ' n n SHalChcao i+ tIons In London. o'. and throughout the  iland the words "up" and e a peculiar significance. o London from any part of you go "up." In traveling in on from the capital you ." ,So in London itself every "up" if it goes in the direc the bank-that is, the Bank and-and going from that cen .any of the points of the s fs to go "down." ;.ord bank, which is not only Ispelled with a capital "B," .aIways uttered with an impres that suggests an initial let :.the largest type, may be said i'a sense interchangeable with ~erm of equal dignity and 'the eyes of Englishmen, and invariably adorned with a ity does not mean London ,means. It means a certain :.section of London, the part 'business is mainly carried on ere the great financial institu -.Chicago Men Not Gallant. ck of gallantry on the part of s men was never so forcibly ted as in the case of sweet iCorley, who had, the misfor ito be found drunk in a doorway, :Rosw...

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. — 26 November 1902

_h- " .i i .i -r -he is a Christian Science mother, and she is. faithfully bringing up her offspring in the way in which they should go according to her Christian Science lights. To bring out the point of the story it will be well to explain for the benefit of those who are not posted in the practices of the Scientists that the one thing all are most " anxious to do is to make a practical demon stration 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 ~" "w.over material they do not suffer. It would seem to outsiders that possibly the Christians Science mother had fallen from grace, according to her own doctrines, when one day, the small boy of the family having been naughty, she determined not to spare the rod S or spoil the child, and gate him what in common ...

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. — 26 November 1902

bthulargest makw a1 d nges in nthe .; l U KD ithat an be made - r't: i pice ,asked, and that ice is no more than is asked for other high.grade stoves. Every desirable feature of Dun ABf.lTy, `ECONoMY and Co.NVEN zIENCknown to stove making is combined'in "GARLANDS." eead and conmfortably warmed rooms go a long way aG OME 'HAPPY, therefore, buy the best stove you , I.Deroen Hardware Co. JENNINOS, LA. i. eClausive Agents for Garland Stoves and Ranges, Dealers in 'General Hardware, House Furnishing Goods, etc. ||, |m .. . . .. . . AMAN BYHIS HT AD SHOES SHOES ARE SEPERABLE By MAS, Iji The Shoe-Man. piino AULTURE I1liss Stella Plattor. " limited number of pupils will Sbe taken. Apply at residence ," of G. N. Aylsworth. .. CHINESE LAUNDRY. Al1 work carefully done by hand,which prevents your clothes from being damaged. Our prices are reasonable, and our work is Mirst-class. ong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. State and Davies st C oLL W. J. J. MILLS ROOM 5, SACOTT BUILDING, FOR DRAPER OR COLT - ...

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. — 28 November 1902

1M F .'4 £4-r iýý() WTHEJENNNGS DAIýLYE -.. -~r _______ k·· .:. ·- · i · ~ ; .11 / _________________1 JNN1GS. L )UIw lA"ýA. FRID -)AY. N( - __ Ii~ - -:·~ 'a~ a a·· ng on our Center Counters Spucial values in Ready e'Oovers, fringed, in white, reid and white, with colored Sssorted sizes; also Plain Linen Hemstitched Covers. All Linen Hemsl,itched Table Cloth and Napkins. tehed Mexican.worked Bureau Scarfs. S' Cloths and Shams, Fringed Doylies, open-worked and ies in Brazilian Points. ` ` atts-we have all kinds, but wish to call special attention to high-grade Linen Towels, fringed and drawn-worked, in : TABLE DAMASKS 1.,000 yards of 81.50 grade Irish linen. Have about 100 they are cuts, 2: and 2 yards, enough for a Table Were bought at a price that will allow us to offer them at st$2.60, $2.25 and $2.00 a piece. Different patterns and ering a 64 inch Bleschbed Union Damask this week at 25e. ýpiece of heavy German Bleached Damask, 35c grade, this at only 25c. 05e, 80e, 90c and $1 25 g...

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. — 28 November 1902

z t .parts, pants in a l.nrought, impolitely in turing a lull in' a ,.ed led a number of .e arena and placed 'todi1s. Then he left oameat during -which was wrought. Ro from his seat and other animals over . He stopped direct ''Gf Anna 'and languidly as a flash she sprang t. Romeo tossed his the teeth and while irecovering her balance he ggher, sank his teeth into sand bore her down. She on one of his legs w ile m 'struck blow after blow s on each other's body. ~ als howled and ron-ed. 'eenough, none of them his place, they seeming tos..their own safety. fier returned the fight 1nse Sums Raised TBy Church IViembers -who believe, or affect to be , religion is declining .the countries of Christen -ni no support for their pes rtons in the figures show bunts already collected for century" funds started by I oininations in this country says Leslie's Weekly. s' have already reached a '00,000 and the promoters -enterprises are confident that have the balance of $10,000. Of the amount raise...

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. — 28 November 1902

__ Tbe Day Before Thanksgiving. Br BDaox Wn.uAms. ýWho gives hiiself with lin ams. mslB f his ungering neighher An'd Ke" c The season for kindling not merely the fire of hospitality ° the home, but the genial flame of charity within the heart, is upon us. Thanksgiving day, born with the rising of the red rose in the East, opens a sesame for gratitude that should not only continue throughout the day and evening, but endure until the dawn of another Thanksgiving, an endless chain of thank fullness. Thanksgiving is a beautiful arrangement of the olden folk. It is the one season, above all others, for gathering together of family connections, unit ing again as with bands of steel the affections and kindred joys of a house hold which the ca-es and sorrows of a buffeting world are forever striving to unloosen. It calls home the children and unites them about the ancestral hearth, where every true man and woman imbibes the purest and noblest sentiments to uplift him above the breakers on t...

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. — 28 November 1902

< ý * ; r* arie ad lnna. is in s Wrobrought, om hs +sea ad pg 'Impolitely in dnuring a lull in a' had led a number of i-arena and placed toas , lThen he left oment , during which wn 'Wrought. Ro te from his seat and  ,other animals over a e He stopped direct : ." Anna and languidly as a :flah she sprang t. Romeo tossed his tle. teeth and while' '.recovering her balance he her, sank his teeth into aind' bore her down. She on one of his legs while em 'struck blow after blow on each other's body. 'als howled and roared, gy:enough, none of them -':his place, they seeming 'ctheir owxi safety. `iner returned the fight se Sums Raised By Church Members wvho believe, or affect to be ' t roligiozn is decliinug ut the countries of Christen & no support for their pes io~tions in the figures 'show amounts already collected for ,century" funds started by ominations in .this country , says Leslie's Weekly. ds have already reached a 140,000,000 and the promoters enterprises are confident ...

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. — 28 November 1902

the Day Before Thanksgiving. Br BruoN W .LLIaS. "Who gives himaelf with his aam Peed three- . g d eI h'is h un gering uegh h r . The season for kindling not merely the fire of hospitality 't the home, but the genial flame of charity within the heart, is upon us. Thanksgiving day, born with the rising of the red rose In the East, opens a sesame for gratitude that should not only continue throughout the day and evening, but endure until the dawn of another Thanksgiving, an endless chain of thank fullness. Thanksgiving is a beautiful arrangement of the olden folk. It is the one season, above all others, for gathering together of family connections, unit ing again as with bands of steel the affections and kindred joys of a house hold which the ca-es and sorrows of a buffeting world are forever striving to unloosen. It calls home the children and unites them about the ancestral hearth, where every true man and woman imbibes the purest and noblest sentiments to uplift him above the break...

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. — 28 November 1902

1ýhr: ". .Y-- !i C ay ilhNL CALIFoRNIA. ) K WEST. S1EW YORK, THE EAST. * m -ee Us 3sU.et m amU s 3 . PA. tSAn O;a. Pa*. a Thss d A% SHOES ARE L BefBy PERABLE MANS, PIe Shoe-Man. Pano Voice cUITURE M:1iss Stella Plattor. A limited number of pupils will be taken. Apply at residence s1 of G. N. Aylsworth. : H·INESE LAUNDRY. a S1All work carefully done by Ihand,whichpreventsyour clothes .from being damaged. Our prices . are reasonable, and our work is i rat-class. ong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. State and Davies st cuL oN W. J. MILLS iLOOUM , HUIO1T UILDINU, FOR D1iAIR (,u CLT Acetylene Gas Generators 1 Uall and see me. have somethling that will interet )ou for ou r btor or olteidence lighting BON-TON m I have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one favoring me with an order will get a neat turnout. t OPEN DAY AND NIGHT f Yours to please at all hours. M. S. POGUE. L E. CAMPBELL & CO., PLUMBERS and: STEAM FITTERS. Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Heat ing and all Classes of Pipe Work Promptly...

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. — 29 November 1902

-ý iN;NNI~4 " U17I +ANA; SATURDAY. NOVý&ER29, i90" . s iv int iVeek ! ng on our Center Uountet Special v lut's in loady S8 , fringed, in white, red and Ii,, \rir I ctidored esorted sizes; also Plain Linen 1T: tns; tch e,,d 'overs. A.lLi'nelntl Hnmemit chd 'ibioil e CI, h :td Nlpkins. thed l. K c bfn.w ,rkt ed [ :arca u Seart s. loths and Shams, FLringed D)nyiios, opin-roe kied and t ies in Brazilian Points. s--'we have all kinds, bnt wish to call speit aii t t"ntion to "" , high-grade Linen Towels, fringed and dra 'cn-a u -·ked, in TABLE DAMASKS tS of 1,000 yards of $1.50 grade Irish Lin':. I1-a about 100 : -~awds left; they are cats, 2 and 2 yards, :1n u:a f1,c a Table O:, .. lopth. Were bought at a price that will aliw ut- t, ,.ffer them at a' " .,ap. cial, at $2.50, $2.25 and *2 00 a piece. D.;: rent patterns and ll" pretty. '":° e are offering a 64 inch Bleached Union Damask this week at 25c. Also one piece of heavy German Bleached Damask, 35c grade, this week at only 25c. ...

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 November 1902

tor i ::,lin the p tha, the pareS1 :shewul hamou sho i6S obet, faelli of It The . Sahwsab MtA L. Mgerton with  joke. the t at after thei ihd the apple. bn the deset all the rage ety. This seems ecattin golang to i-' ' rbe would uncouple to get on with Aes would be obliged  0t -e nIs Io i  a deckof card hincrsased to such a no that another Monte lug inabshed and suicide this disc for f a.will be longer than to f Wformer boats, but he ing ~not be any longer in an ae. pHe ran has a deck of cards har 4iew to play solitaire is and who is sure to be able to 4eame. ________'1 a whole lot of people w nt wse ith the Peoria judge ha nation of jail life. dia dthere. sbr wee _no eve t wh uege decides that the valt St stai orice. All ha evo0 in football pliomngas to the front with a bt A oaug couple eloped and be] *i s o, board the train. The u e: it were not even on thei of * lie foi student attending Hobart e been "accidentally" kicked ne in a football game. Acci- o happen even in footbal...

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 November 1902

Výt 1 boeP baa r sth erd the faHe al p ttbo t 1atm hibti. ian. F USWa* -Ste t Wed to Uti m a I int W i: lucelv athter l theb he ee eiin. e yioaur qos ler f u se. w a` i t Pal lan boyhen ds's rthey w e. i. used to w l .y K ontDa EXCELSIOR I -ma SLICKERS The at o chemioalo i the. Deflbane Stardc is absolutely pure ., inew It gives sed wataer tion or money baick. It at all roc . atalo.It is to I"Y.![rAWVERM&soN e tSole !irs TIL t ST I (0 am C 1..i . f D•ULAS $s,3e.W SHO0 EW .,. ud ad sold more men's Good tashzrastbm -'whuat ueed ttio *a clothes whom Wel nde4 ed. ProceAst hoe in the t S ill rot t to one rAotd they used to chemicals. Defince Starctment. is absolutely pure., It gives new life to t linen. It gives satisfac- i tion or money back. It sells 16 ounces for 10 cents at almec lethers. Itis th very best. NAtIIICortleD urt m2T DOAMAN STAR(I c0, ,OMAHA ON NEB. RIIA c L3; i ;0Qea "ieatfree ie ifls T hfonb~ gq t good. I. 'getUp, oftepr during of bt, Now! sleep In welaf; uotbdn ...

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 November 1902

n }!e. trade ?e iblappears on ebrtaoýi t an ab1solute ' E E~by the, largest usak tovea and Ranges in the i* d'ythat it ikthe BEST ARTICLE N °z HE KIND ,that can be made for the price asked, and that price is no more than is asked for other high-grade stoves. Every desirable feature of Dunr ABILITY, EcoNMY and CONVEN IENCE known to stove making is combined in "GARLANDS." *i comfortably warmed rooms go a long way BHrAPPY, therefore, buy the best stove you sit Hardware Co. jENNINOS, LA. i .w Atu for Garland Stoves and Panges, Dealers in B'aEardware. House I. urnishing Goods, etc. BY HIS AND SHOES $ HOES S THE rii ARE PERABLE MANS, Shoe-Man. SI$STRUCTIOI4S IN iiano oice rGCUhTlRE li:.W ss Stella Plattor. ;ftA limited number of pupils will be ,. betaken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. .-CHINESE LAUNDRY. . .,.All work carefully done by hý. band,which preventsyour clothes SI from being damaged. Our prices -iTafe reasonable, and our work is flrsii-class. J ng Lee, Proprietor. Cor....

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