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

rorh at SThSf4S br your money back." .- .. JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. S L:* L: I VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, MONDAY, DECEMBI,:1. 1. ,1,o'2 NUMBER 2ER: "WAJLK - ir I I R LESS. i I !.. REV. G EOUR ,Ei L. HALE. Now holding a s i. i- ; v ., ::'etings at the Baptist Church. . EYE Props. 14 Dri Vrougi? th. Cen Gountry in one of our handsome Bug gies. Carriages or ltunabouts, is thoroughly enjoyable, be tcause they are comfortable, safe and handsome. Our stuck of fine Vehicles is a treat to look at-they are so handsome in design and finish, and fur workmanship they are unex. ce-lledl. We can sell you a fine - Buggy, Surry, Phaeton, or !\unabout at prices you cant bat anywhere, quality con - 4 sidered. WVeha'e a fine stock ..:>.- A of Harness to select from. BLu BROS. & CO., EJNNNINGS. bOUISIRNR. Watc This Soace! HSON BROS. CO., Jew and M.sic Dealers, are re Snoging the building formerly 't, mbeak Musio House. Their .- Jewelry, Silverware and Mus 7s is arrivin aily and they h c n h...

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 December 1902

tý I M1R F PenZa!* ~e*sa~i"J~rwgf~ b '~~·-·C· Was a Great Game. The Chicago Tribune says of the -ichigan-Wisconsin game: It was the greatest football game ever played in the west, viewed by the greatest crowd-20,000-and sin ~ularly free from the fluke element which gives the losers a long series of "Ifs" to advance. The better team won, and 12 to 0 would better repre sent the relative strength of the two great elevens were Wisconsin's won derful grit and courage left out of the calculation. Michigan showed the most powerful and concerted attack ever seen in western football. Few of the immense crowd which saw Michigan sweep aside the Wisconsin forwards in the first ten minutes of play for a steady march to a touchdown nearly eighty yards away knew that they were wit nessing the acme of modern attack. But the football critics and galaxy of western coaches, drawn from far and wide to see the battle of gridiron giants, marveled at the perfection of unified effort which Yost had taught ...

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 December 1902

W*AS INVIIELE. 'FAl fP.Yeriment Made by the Remarl r War Office. Swr experiment, the idea One i . Ul t1rty ofilcer, has been tried at seen in S hot,,by which it is hoped to ren- for th - aiirrtillery tinconspicuous against all "bad" : ". u1 of backgrounds. A battery of lawbrei -: t gu5s, with taetr limbers, was ties by alnted rainbow fashion with streaks from I -t red, blue and yellow, the whole let To blending, at a little distance, into a type, c confused mass that rendered each gun know di~tcult to locate whatever its sur- Men o romadings might be. At 800 yards the ever a outline of the gun is lost, while at a only tc ihousand it harmonizes with trees, homes, open grass land, sandy plains oY The g broken country. At a trial the guns of his were placed in position on the eastern Lion is slopes of the hills, and the artillery of his oflcers at Aldershot were invited to a doss try and locate them from the western names slopes at a distance of about 3,000 Attort yards. Although all k...

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 December 1902

,Fair ban 6 21 4 PO/WER FOR ALL PURPOSES. Especially adapted for I gating pur po.ses. Let us know y;r r,qiiu.i (rm ents and we will furnish you v : stimates. SThe Fairbanks Co. r610 CANAL ST s-EEr , NEW ORLEANS, LA. ort alks on SAd vertisin ] No. 2. It is continuous effort that pays in ad'vertising as in every thing e.e. A business man doesn't keep his store open one day in the w:vek or one week in the month, or three months in the year. If he adertises in such a way, that is the impression people will get. It is :cntinuousness that has made the names of certain patent medicines, baking powders, bicycles, soap and other necessities worth n.uions of dollars. Other men may make just as good med icines, and baking powders, and bicycles and soaps--but the people do not know it, and they $i + continue to buy the articles that are persistently advertised. People are very forgetful. They have to think pretty hard to remember the vice-presi dential candidate two campaigns back, and yet h...

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 December 1902

Ne ws Telegraphic Service... THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to the teiegra hic service it is receiving giving the latest of the world's most important happeni.gs at least twelve hours sooner than they can be read in any taper coming to the city frcn. the east or west. In cadditicn to the telegrachic se.Cvice of th Union Associ&ted the paper re ceives a Special Service from the of which the RECORD is a mnember and has the exclusive service for this territory. While the Union As sc ciated Press is qual to any egnular tele graph news Eervice, . this Double Service gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. • ECORD . is glad to note taat the majority ox its readers aporeclate its efforts to give them a o!ean readable and un-to-date daily oa.er, and while the telegraphio news, is received at a Rw-Rat exuense, the management feels that the e would not be keeping abreast with S gmJennings without it. I IV AM-AN Y WI IUDUL HAT AND SHOES OF TE1 i f T...

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 December 1902

.luc and e ® P o \dventurre. Confederate Saved His Life. HEItiRE'S one old Confed- fr erate I love." said Dr. J. as 4 J. Purman. a Penneyl- in vanian now employed In ve the Pension Office, Washington. "I hi love him because he saved my life. w and he did it at the risk of being shot th into kingdom come, too. The man who or did this for me is Thomas P. Oliver, hi now living at Athens, Ga. w "I was First Lieutenant of Company ai A. One Hundred and Fortieth Penn- th sylvania Infantry. and on July 2 at th Gettysburg I received a shot in my left pr leg below the knee, bringing me down H with both bones crushed. My regiment of wran falling back over the 'wheatfeld.' th end I halted to assist a comrade who . "was badly wounded. The enemy was of '..losing in on me, and I was In point hr blank range of their fire. After plac- sa lng my comrade between two rocks, th where I thought he would be shielded is from the enemy's fire. I started after Ct my retreating comrades. I was com manded to h...

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 December 1902

8 i6ysfor the 4d ;o f *tography, so rapidly . bmitigbt to our notice. "The t el` l.quid lens that by its use 'sit ntaeouis -photographs may- :be atade "by gaslight. and a one-minute exp0sure will be sufficient for a moon iight ,scepe. A certain oil is intro duceil between' the parts of a rectili . near lens, and thus the refraction is greatly increased. Horse Soon to Go. New York has 1.323 fewer stables and 8,660 fewer horses than in Decehn ber, 1896. The decrease is attributed to the disappearance of horse cars on surface lines. Expert observers think that the automobile, at the present rate of improvement, will banish the horse from business traffic within four or five years. A Necessary Precaution. The continued unhealthy conditions along the Ambejemackomas. Eskwesk wewajo and Meskaskeesechunk rivers in Maine have induced the state board of health to decree that no further use of the water from these streams for domestic purposes shall be made until their names have been boiled d...

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 December 1902

S ..... tionery ci Supplies, azine and D.uily Papers, go to the '-Record News and Stationery Depot. Shoes, at, and Gents' Furnishing Goods goiuc At C0st Price Before buying call around a:nd be con vinced. STORE FOtl FE iT AND FIXTURES FO' SALE. OS. "ormerly occ:i;. l i , t. No:w York TEA ML G A , I am pre ~-r,.',i t. o : !)Th':S MOV IN Gand iIA o' al Itinds, such . '... n. Machinery. .. :1 On nie at icy r r txke L.. Special :t i . mlen andt (lc Local -:, . i I'aci-t IRailroad. OFFICE, RCO :.2, r THE OWL D.-U T ::..E. .lesidence, C:,r . ; : : li:. d Sts. F: r," Roomn 1 and 2. itcrao ,2i':h:ug. OFFICE i-OUt: :. to .,. y. Roeldece North !ai.a strceL TlDLhon. 43L THE BEST ,.7:,!i. Tc- CITY Ghort ordes n q'.'',i: '. (y sters und MRR. C. ,. S~ti MiRS. H. S. "" " tit" Deressrktk ing-. rcctn Conttage on Lc,,: Ar'thur Avenne Four sq.uara. :itth of Il. R. DENTAL . L: HGEON. OFFIt 'E: 6[ Over Owl Drug Store, Room 12 Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. th, ils preparation contains all of ...

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. — 2 December 1902

" LUA LODAILY REC0U 1. - JENNINGS, IWUISIANA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 190. NUiMBER 288. U SIlS It I ',O, * ,.y ý· . REV. GEORiIE L. HALE. Now holding a series of i.r vi v,:l meetings at the Baptist Church. 1 Gr educions V ariet y &r .E Y E R P rops. A Drive brougF the :.- ____ __n Country _ :; Io in one of our handsome Bug gies. Carriages or Runabouts, is thoroughly enjoyable, be cause they are comfortable, • <-. - safe and handsome. Our stock of tine Vehicles is a treat to look at---they are so handsome in design and finish, and for workmanship they are unex S celled. We can sell you a fine Buggy, Surry, Phaeton, or Runiabout at prices you can't "C bk-at anywhere, quaiity con -s-" ~ sidered. We hae a fuine stock "- " of Harness to select from. BLh-AKBROOS. & CO., tJEmNNIoIGS. hOTlISII4s. Watch This Soace! A- ON BROSCO., Jew h ud Music Desalers, are re p aT i the building formerly r the  bak Music House. Their fi stock . y, Silverware and Mus ic G, :criving daily and they...

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. — 2 December 1902

it Ia i *it1Iaiks~hs's in hard Es cork. $imSy ~t4 ~fl*~infUabe rea .41 ~to tlaq 4i[ik;his tidanceE:La a Gars e adr 1iadd, 'bt the en g~tige ·;itr~'~tle o does all the w·rork., Any~~I tu·nro·asapoor m'emoi7 ~j*r4.lObi b aa~.UU.~ ~i~a 4 memory for Thele a w should tackle a uw - o' yI t i uld be more tootheome The 'id4ai 9tit 1 and 'the ideal hus band <are 'two Maf ~kind that never make- "ap'tr True ip ifaqas econsista in the pur euit of ta rthiug rather than hi the catching thiereof. ucacessii never comes to the man who sits 'on an 'empty dry goods box and wilitlsa for it. 'sbin a n otiw-so much that their knowledge gets in their way when Ihey attempt to talk. Boneless codfish are common enough, bit what a long-suffering pub' lic wants is boneless shad. -Now the season rapidly approaches when the festive small boy will learn to swim by going skating. A street car runs twice as fast 'when:a &man is trying to catch it as it does when- he is riding in it. An Irishnaan says it is f...

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. — 2 December 1902

cicih ioief tby the min e ontateil'n :the Water, by a ladk 'otf datly care: event a brisk appglication ofj ere will eEeetuidly r move all ... it to oesewlees. Tbe'musty taste and odor that some t les stings to a metal-tea or coftee c ' ',r whlb'h has long been in disuse may ' e removed by putting a red het cinder. p on a bit of tin or fragment of china in t1 the 'bottom of this and letting it remain t :ntil cold. The top is. of course, al- tl Iowed to remain on during the cooling tl process, and when removed thi- air In- e * ' side will be found as pure and "sweet e as sunshine." A Swinarln rPort.ero. Occasionally In household decoration it is desirable to hang a portiere ora door drapery on the same side as that ti on which the door opens. This, of 1 course, is very awkward, as the door r( is almost sure to catch the hanginu each time it is opened. To obviate this , trouble, which heretofore has only , been accomplished by changing the door to open in the opposite direction. ...

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. — 2 December 1902

M"' ithe in soestand largest loba - ort work their desire to have c heby ,r'uts hold theiir grip u on the It islahiehly evident that thre Plresidebt sees the handwritin= E otnheI wall, for it is the wise r the people that cengress thake the in necessary steps, to do somethirg -loking to that end. The Pre, i dent is conservative in his v ewsin regarding the trust problem,a:d pl pe~thi while he is anxious to relieve a Ta Ith ,iseplaily evident that thio f be doing things in too radical a manner. se be, In this issue we print the de Presiden.L's message as read, in both houses of congress today. a It ie well worthy o reaxi ding, fto r it plainly expresses his views on to If ever the nedd of a systemo n of drahinage was necessary a of eVC enn this that time is right now.e of! rhe stideu.ts msse as orrible cn- i itiov, especialll worty Maing, street. f pblic questions.u A Cod Trave. o Th foree sthe fsud o a system ' in the weather sn.res arty h:in a hoarse voice ,lid a heavy cugh g may n...

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. — 2 December 1902

t *I1 6t iii - t r rf '' l ;.', il'rather thah turn a t~p t'to'e ,misery awalttag them 4 sposed of it would be better I !b. ,em it light Work around the aenlay he.t necessary to put them , C _ e·ly to death. r-'i the first time in our history naval ~.aLeuvers on a large scale are being held 1Alder the immediate command of the ad litral ob the navy. Constantly increasing attention is being paid to the gunnery of the navy, but it is yet far from what it should be. I earnestly urge that the in crease asked for by the secretary of the I'avy in the appropriation for improving the marksmanship be granted. In battle the only shots that count are the shots that hit. It.ls necessary to prgvide ample 'unds for practice with the great guns in time of peace. These funds must provide noot only for the purchase of projectiles. but for allowances for prizes to encour age the gun crews, and especially the gun bointers. and for perfecting an intelligent Bystem under which alone it is possible to Wet...

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. — 2 December 1902

J 11 INGS' I1ti1`. 'RECORD. - N. L. aur~ N. L. MIT'LLUIN Irltor. PnblbheranLd Proprietor. Bntored for tranamlislon through the mallsat secont-class rate' TRUSTS AT WOE1. Realizing tha:t Pres:il o  ,-, -T, velt would make suzgesti:as iU his 'message to congress s: roig y recominending that m:.tus:ur,.s be enact.;d looking t., the.i i,. .Ing of the checking of the g,: at 'octupus trusts, Now comes the news from Washington that (:fn of the strongest and l:trg'sLt ilot!, bies ever known in i\ashinat;;t i is on the ground eager to Le in work in their desire to 11:,:r. i.:, trusts hold th'ir gi ip u on the people. It is plainly evident t.l1, th, President sees the handw.ni in on the wall, for it is th.. wish ,: the poole that cluress ,takec tii, necessary step)s to) do so:ethi'g looking to that end. rile Pre: i dent is conservative in iis v ews regarding the tru:st probiern,at.d while he is anxious to rClievit the people, he does n.t wwanl to be doing things in to: radYlc:t a manner. ...

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. — 2 December 1902

the relation of the national guard to the .tliltha and volunteer fcrces of the United States should be defined and that in place of our p:-t.-:t c, '!ete laws a practical and effielent system s.ound, be :.;d. Provision should be m::de to enable the Secretary of war to keep cavalry and :ar tillery horses worn out in long perform ance of duty. Such horses fetch but a trifle when sold, and rather than turn them out to the'" misery awaiting them when thus disposed of it would hi, better to employ them at light work ar-,und the posts and the:I nocessary to put them painlessly to dcieth. For the first time in our history naval maneuvers on a l::R g scale are li-in. l tld 'under the imme.liate- command of ith: id bniral of the navy. o('instantly inc',n-aisiing attention is lb-ing paid to the gunncry ofl the navy, but it i:- y.-t fatr from what it -should he. I i-arn-,-stly urge that the in crease asked fir by th.i si.retart of the htlvy in the :: lrpri.ation for imlpro.-ing the mnirksm:...

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. — 2 December 1902

I · Iýlp-klefI a.l ; oes of the ýni5ee ft ceased ijWPrftchiJhe ? 4; "` Ir°,t <Of 1 the see ýap. O S SSES. x' ~'. w 7ý . , ..r:,y ' Oý1wI ' týºSSOM 'ýrý '' i Al ý j.gtý . ' .:: 4 ,li1ttle back hr h ~ ;"ooI ff 'the maina r i , er;e'thenembers atneiajority -ot them 0  n ldhertalking at ain through " iidld p berheard a nexpert In such ,ea <ed t ,pheeeree by and even SIbthi, would d have n sit lt ýchurch falr was in pro Lt wse #:ufte.6d the annual church a rfeair. edtitl u -o the auspices of the Youg wefsan-lld, and this year the inbi oreaughter was in charge ' .of the pi edI ngs. Her father, away en his evacation, had called her into his stody before hIts departure and ap pealed to 'her very strongly to "do her -shave." Mid Mo -she had suddenly an nounced her determination to take an t active' part, much' to the surprise of evmeryonde, a up to the present time she had been more interested in playing golhf than in spiritual matters, and had eendbtef f'lled a "regular tombo.v" b...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 2 December 1902

~caeitbthht Presi- ti ais again co-n- sp a 4 jw n 4ui: the, er ter o has created, as Sire ofoce, abas4t comomet i S le Indiana city o t iiwtor. w ;41;the Chieft Executive of the, or i;ever.bunts "in Colorado, beat- es ot: {down its mountain, streams ra - in and out along ita torti- to i tain paths, without, the Apr- ' V -John Goff as guide and .ps - ShGo3 'is a resident of Crawfords- to vilel. At least, when he speaks of at ~hone" in that fashion peculiar to the w men who-have gone into the wilderness as "o the West, he refers to the. little cot- I tage' nestled away among the syca- el ,nore trees that line a lonesome, half- sl neglected byway of the old Hoosier h town. T .. It is now nearly twenty years since ( John doff set his face toward the a West, and, with a determination to - repair the lost fortunes of the- family, made his way into the very heart of the Rocky Mountains. Goff spent his - boyhood days near Ladoga, a little t village scarcely half a dozen miles away from Cra...

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. — 2 December 1902

~I:D.,FIXTURES y ;cupeiR b by the New York AMING ý.V. Mu`s >re 1whing c.aueh as Boilers, Engines and •Ie ates reasonable. Cal) i.·tmy residence, east ot school ,. E. TRUMAN. R. C. E. TERaRY . al ]ttention given Surgery, Sur Siseases and Diseases of Vo a.nd Childreu. aSureparedn for douthern aciic EfICE, ROOM 12, OVER THE HEAVY HAULING of allE. Office 'Phone 13.gines and at my residence, and Third of ts. " 'Phone 115. R. C. A, LERE, Siiease and Diseases of Wo - P_.O. HOURS 2 to 8 p. m. calurge North Southern Patr cific BEST EROOM 12, OVER THEY ..TOWL DRUG TOEE.. ESTTA UR AN T orders a specinlty. Oysters and Rooa lstra w11 Morse mildingy use. S ,PiOmi-C. J. SPR3 p. SDress North ain str Green Cottagje on Lake Arthur Avenune Four squares South of R:. R. L qoe " . 4C. , I . S. DENTAL SURGEON. ,· OFFICE: Over Owl Drug Store, Room 12. odo/ pepsia Cure satst what you eat. rpparation contains all of the rsand digests all kinds of instant relien and never •e It allows you to eat all Swan...

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. — 3 December 1902

rE'~~>~ 'nr 'i a ·· c-··DALY~'?~~i , NUBE 24 JENNINGS~~"! WUSATWDiSADCMBR3 92 ~~"'· 11 3uwe~~~l ousaaReM TW Great Reductions ..N... Was trouble dent's A Large Variety Cuban on Hand . . * * ha National Rice Milling sometC The been HousE treats REIMS & MEYER Props. ing. The National Rice Millin hous Company " butt] BUYERS OF ROUGH RICE. for Owners of three mills, two in New Orleans and one in Crowley. Will toll mill rices at twenty-five cents per At barrel of rough. The only charge on account sales, on rice consigned to them, will be charges for toll milling of I (twenty-five cents per barrel) and for the Pockets, Leap Bags, Freight (if any) and Insurance See busi A. M. ARTH UR. -........ -- que, be b T the ask the WHEN GOING TO TEXAS. t the SEE G ARLICK & FUNK, P1 plo REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Je era fr is an wl A Drive Throughl the Open Country S.. 'ý in one of our handsome Bug- si gies. Carriages or Runabouts, z :! " is thoroughly enjoyable, be- N . cause they are comfortabl...

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. — 3 December 1902

e~y 's itý ýrý} r"ýn ý7^" C j~ ý y ý."sr s . >L 1_ ýr yýý ` ý ý,,y ,re- u etý ý Fý' i ýft ý" 4 'V MA ýn S 4 ' ý 1 ý i'- f'' ";! M ýfý'ý;ý It ·ý.- { W, i ?s. r1e ere the last The mau who S iu dtlaw and 4QQ .-U ý: ) ý f1i i~B L . =J 17 Q ý ~t'Arg of outlaws, sharing the leader ship of the greatest gang of bandits this country has ever known, the man who passed a quarter of a century in prison, enduring in the last few months of his life greater misery than 'he had ever known before. And all because of his worship for a good woman who returned his love. He had endured without a corn plaint the quarter of a century which he passed in convict stripes in the Minnesota penitentiary, but when his release came his whole being throbbed with joy, because he believed that he -was at last free to marry the devoted woman who had opened the doors of the prison for him. But he found that the freedom granted him was an empty thing. The nlexorable law still held him in chains. Justice, personified...

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