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

ý4, C ý'.. V ý '~~~Y; Lr,:-i~~~(·_1(~q i ~ i. .~· r iý w4i~l'"- .:1 - A oftho .if>lwbi dust sed1i ,. ý.f plain In u t ` He~i~sany. Doean' e 1 uremove calcull 1. Relve heart palpitation, ' essn, heace, nervousness. ' 'EL1suiz, J.--I 'recaived the free *1t ~'Ioan's Kidney Pills. They are plen0 "; Ihadan awful pain in my back ; on taj "the pills the.pain left me right I feel like a new man.-Stephen M 4ibqxa ALnaws, R. F. D. No. 1, RaODmUAD, Wis., writes : I received the Tree trial of Doa~ KidneyPills with much benefit. Mr little nephew was suffering terribly with 'kidney. trouble from scarlet fever. Two doctors failed tohelp him and ,e nJally went into spasms. His ather gave ki nDai'O Kidney Pillsand from the second dose the pat was less. Hp i began to gain and is to-day a well boy, i 16 life saved by Doan's Kidney Pills, k ilImWi IW W L. hee. iLetthogesalmc. It I The beot ileed cloth kine ther worUlt Warran ted water. 00 eWR Will nat renek or peel an to lur roughe work e nd. 3 eahe...

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. — 3 December 1902

ib ;', .ri- . , TE :RECORD wishes to call the atten oof its readers to the telegra hic service 'receiving giving the latest of the world's Simportant happenings at least twelve <'s sooner than they can be read in any ;4 r coming to the city from the east or nt F 183t. re` pai In addition t o t h e t telegrachic service of th thi ior Union Associated UIPress ; ceives a eo it Special i NEWS it Service el ti from the i Bulletin Press Association of which the RECORD is a member and has the exclusive service for this territory. While the Union As sociated Press is equal to any regular tele graph news service, this Double Service gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. RECORD is glad to note taat the majority oi its readers aporeciate its efforts to give them a clean readable and u"-to-date daily Daner, and bwh: i ale the telegraphi o news received at a reat exoense, the management feels that the 8amevr would not be keeping abreast with andvonw Jennings without it. i p...

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. — 3 December 1902

Books Magazines PaPers ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND DAILY PAPERS ON SALE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE Houston Post and Times-Democrat Leave your orders for prompt delivery. Sub scriptions received for all papers. The Record Stationery, Book an News Depot SHOES OP THE DRESSED MEN ARE INSEPERABLE Sold By MA NS, The Shoe-Man. InSTRUCTIOrNS IN AnD Soice CUItTURE Miss Stella Plattor. A limited number of pupils will be taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. The Pleasure Launch LITTLE MAY will leave Lake Arthur for the Hunting Marsh every Saturday of each week; leaves Lake Ar thur after the mail boat arrives from Mermentau. J. F. DUDLEY, Prop. 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. A. E. CAMPBELL & CO., PLUMBERS and; STEAM FITTERS. Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Heat ing and all Classes of Pipe Work Promptly Executed. Office, Main street, Jennings, La. La...

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. — 3 December 1902

S a of tstrenuousn i re unfaul orf t. Sget "along well ''Wldd have a lovely v ho ienfessed to a mur aiiIhows that some 'thelp lying. above rall a reading age,  many people read the -Bi .-Boston Journal. egr'i brings news that .o be less liberty in Russia. ,there be less than nothing? s ~led lady is said to be 4 t'aLhe was also maid to be a Vecan never tell what to be eib -has been invented that will ble out of the hair. Most onld stay put if they were not - onr divorces were granted in wotk one day recently, and a e lot of people were left unsatis even then. ,An"E glish syndicate is forming a tton trust in Mexico, so, you see, e of them got away from New rey after all. T.ihe report that Gen. Corbin is rting :a book with the alluring title ,;l:Me 'n' Kaiser Bill" lacks verification, "sht it may be true. The Connecticut bull that got drunk an apple mash and broke his neck in blarging a tree, had no more sense 4nan lots of people. The St. Paul postoffice officials have .pair of gar...

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. — 3 December 1902

-HIG " FV R IN LONDON !ondo" actress' pictures wer. sellin DEW EY AMPA/N 7OF `IVEGTH Toh Admra Dly{ DTAKENy i£ uni "Gertie Millar's," was the prompt reply of the girl in the photograph shop to the question as to which London actress' pictures were selling DEWEY A MAN OF STRENGTH. Remarkable Feat Credited to Hero of Spanish-American War. Though Admiral Dewey is universal ly known to be hale and hearty. hardly .anyone gives him credit for possess Ing the great personal strength with which he is gifted. One of the Span ish-American war veterans, who had all but lost the power of walking. called on him at his Washington home not long ago and found the admiral standing on the front steps. Dewey invited him in, but the disabled man looked doubtfully at the steps, seeing which the admiral reached into the carriage, picked him up bodily and - carried him up the steps and into the drawing room, where he placed his burden in the easiest chair at hand. Ancient Metallurgy. A recently published ...

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. — 3 December 1902

II Orc bus chre ' ts' Furnishing o` t ootn" lea ose ie buying call around and be con . vinced. I POR RENT AND FIXTURES an FOR SALE. B O S. rmerly occupied by the New York Store. ar TEAM ING AND siouse Moving. Si .1 . m prepared to do HOUSE MOV* '1 SOaNrd HEAVY HAULING of all such as Boilers, Engines and nery. Rates reasonable. Call ame at my residence, east of school L. E. TRUMAN. P' DR. C. E. TERRY B Physician and Surgeon- f Special attention given Surgery, Sur gical Diseases and Diseases of Wo- ai men and Childreu. Local Surgeon for Southern Pacific Railroad. is OFFICE, ROOM 12, OVER THE I1 :OWL DRUG TORE. Office 'Phone 136.  el-dence, Cor. Main and Third Sts. a 'Phone 115. a S'DR. E. A, LEE, 4. t Rooswa 1 and f, Mors Building. 8 O~10 HOURBS to s p. m. i Rosidence North Manla Mst.r THE BEST MEAL II THE CITY e ..AT THE.. t HOME- t -RESTAURANT Short gders a specialty. Oysters and -: p ly work for family use. I gg @ . J. SPG;"G g gS, I,. SPRHIO Dressmnaking: ireeu Cottage on Lak...

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. — 4 December 1902

r a ' :;ryour mo+e NNINGS DAILY REC ' fTR MSS VOLUMJE III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, D :CEiMB3ER 4, 1902. NUMBER 285. AR SEL L 1 f1 4 _--_ :,- ~ ~ ~ _W1E EL 8~ S__PS_ _EE BIIJ VLL A 1arge Variety o Hand . . .. . . C t~l I' & .ýv.EYER Props. - cb National Rice Milling. Comp an y. f BUYERS OF ROUGH RICE. a Owners of tre, lu ;, iwo in New Orleans and one in f Crowvh. WVA ,, uil rices at twenty-five cents per a1 barrel ,f 1. i:. d uny charge on account sales, on of rice cooig ;'r . vill be charges for toll milling (twenty-tf :".. bI:rrel) and for the Pockets, p Bags, Fr< i ,,,) t Insurance See t A. M A RTHUR. (dt lv ht WHEN C- TO TEXAS. l af fr SEC .. & FUNK, E T E BROKERS., fa ___ ___ - - t* BA In A Dr br oUouty 4 ~I In{ on Coutr ^ in one of our Nandit te lug ie Carriage o lunabouts. in ..is thoroughly einijoyah., bc ' - -_ :'r cause they are ic m fortable, 1.-safe and hafndsoie. (Ou stock cn" of line Vehicles is a treat to look tit-they are 5( handsomie en --in design ...

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. — 4 December 1902

i(pi ,u an. ours. 5 Ne i get the 'Boout, gagg a° esped tsapoontul of Copperas throu b t he r11e sw:ill and fe*ed gives lttl li ghter, .syS Texas Stock Jourw on ti Afte l 5 wthe =SrSt day, if it is not beria d; give a second dose the follow- nlug t aorosng. d have never seen this as tl i li where given when pigs began to cross seour, but let the scours run on from mous three days to a week and they wili tor 'likely be beyond control. As the pigs cattle get older, provide a place where they lion can get all the shelled corn or ear to e: corn they want, clean out all they sa, leave every morning and give to old- Eura er hogs. Give piggy fresh corn. hund Sprinkle the floor where little pigs seen eat with air-slacked lime occasional- ing l ly. As the pigs get a little older and Ti want swill, mix the swill of clean come - shorts, a little oil meal, with sweet ago milk and .water, and add a teaspoon- g ful of lime water for each pig, which wtPi should be increased to a tablespoon- willbef...

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. — 4 December 1902

-Km /ý m ·;VVV~kLL' Wi U. JIM l a qi agave aid so much eblroidery this year that ' i a reaction this fall in a lcty.t We tare to have ' t1Hhti tokilold-asihioned em owi ,a s cross stitch, and t jl scoed on everything-shirt 4tibp covers, doilies, turn `a ' marking for household in 4pvery pretty luncheon in cross stitch in colors- "tliiareds' and yellows-and in a very ld-timey and simple pattern sre bown. Exquisite shirt waists are on of white crash with fronts cov-y . red with destgns in eross stitch done 4 I . ·rbit'e end white, .and one of the fash job1 e.'brides is having all her linen I .,inkrhed in cross stitch. It's the same *18 story-arter much elaiboration we - return to -ross stitch and simplicity. Hinme SBridal Gown. This bri'L gown, worn by Mrs. Sadile Price Pell, 'now Mrs. Percy f I : Turnure, is of pale grey crepe de chine with insertions and a collar of antique lace. The turban is of pale gray fur felt, trimmed with an ostrich plume arranged in cavalier fashion.-Phila d...

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. — 4 December 1902

News Ii Telegraphic Service .. THE RECORD wishes to call the atten lion of its readers to the telegra hio service it is receiving giving the latest of the world's most important happenings at least twelve hours sooner than they can be read in any I gaper coming to the city from the east or 1 west. In addition to the telegraphic service of th Union Associated __ _____Press___ the paper re ceives a Special NEWS Service from the Bulletin Press ___ Association _ of which the RECORD Is a member and has the exclusive service for this territory. While the Union As sociated Press is equal to any regular tele graph news service, this Double Service gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. THE RECORD 'sglad to note taat the majority ox its readers reciate its efforts to give them a clean able and uv-to-date daily Daner, and e the telegraphic news is received at a exPense, the management feels that the womid not be keeping abreast with .iazdngs without it. EWER ftl =AI L iEsepeci...

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. — 4 December 1902

ye ies o··rr:. ks Magazines ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES T 0 N DAILY PAPERS ON SALE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE Houston Post and Times*Denocrat Leave your orders for prompt delivery. Sub scriptions received for all papers. The Record Stationer Book an `: E"Ne ws Depot __g_ __NYHIS 4U IAT AND SHOES SHOES OF THE WELL DRESSED MEN ARE INSEPERABLE Sold By MA NS, The Shoe-Man. N4STRUCT`IO; IN Isacro Voice+ CU.hTURE Mvliss Stella Plattor. A limited number of pupils will be taken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. The Pleasure Launch LITTLE MAY will leave Lake Arthur for the Hunting Marsh every Saturday of each week; leases Lake Ar thur after the mail boat arrives from Mermentau. J. F. DUDLEY, Prop. 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. A. E. CAMPBELL & CO., PLUMBERS and. STEAM FITTERS. Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Heat ing and all Classes of Pipe Work Promptl...

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 December 1902

4:s II t' na r 'i:P :. .. ' t w y 4 , rkiýý, . : ~I :· - n~lec~~&-~ I oil " ~ , .a8t,"ýý ý se Ate ' !.h, of these' gpbiingtme .aBl "tSe ai·~nipe)ee fIlls; whe the uh ithng. in the woo-d lunti and the hirdy on the pitins Catch up heart and feel a leaping life through winter's sluggish veins: Then the summons of the morning like a bugle moves the blood, Then the soul of man grows larger, like a flower from the bud; For the hope of high endeavor is a cor dial half divine. And the banner cry of onward calls the laggards into line. There is glamour of the moon!ight when the stars rain peace below. But the stir and smell of morning is a better thing to know. While the night is hushel and holden and transpiervel by dreamy song. Lo, the dawn brings dcew md' I re and the rapture of the strong! -Richnrd Burton. FU: MA'S SAKE. By LAURA ELLEN BEALE. (Qpyright, 1902, by DAILY STORY PuuI.IauNG COmPANY.) The office of the commonwealth at irney was stifling, and a musty book bsh odor from the s...

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 December 1902

ji31 e.t he /{ost tI e city. 1re is to be whallhe sub ý;. , intt in the elight and airy ine style is se plans provide se cture 550 feet Aeet cross the tran ie:bt 1s 450 feet from atehe tip of the cross gt°e btal ýon the dome. isge enough to.contain s. "The dome itself is a oo ,0feet in diameter, 1E~ " four massive columns h eight. An ld, s in. A fountain of the sixteenth cen tdwchiformerly stood in prince ` nds on the shores of Lake , has been bought by William eller as a gift to the New '1ccity zoological park in the and it will probably be set Siete before Christmas. It is of -graite, t basin twenty-five feet edaiamter, with excellent sculpa uf4of mermaids and little tritons id seaborses, and for the center *agons on a rough rock base sup pivrt an urn in which rests a col isumn surmounted oy a swan. .This ve cost Mr: Rockefeller $25, ' n it shall be put in place. "Whipdog Day." t. nlke's was formerly known as 5whipdog 4 especially in York, land i custom that school s ha , whpping ...

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 December 1902

5' 4 I ,· SBhool Supplies, MIagazine and Daily Papers, go to the Record News{ and Stationery L epot. fi'n'.: ice' y if J: rj(:::..'a '. li.ýT.:ý=."ti'r"-3FTrain~il Shoes, Hat' aind Gents' Furnislhing Goods going At Cost Pr ee Before buying call around and be con vinced. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR SALE. ROýL, BROS@ Formerly occupied by the New York Store. TEAMING AND iHouse Moving. I am prepared to do HOUSE MOV IN Gand HEAVY HAULING of all kinds, such as Boilers, Engines and Machinery. Rates reasonable. Cell on me at my rosidence, east of school house, L. E. TRUMAN. DR. C. E. TERRY Physician ad Surgconfl Special attention given Furgei'y, Sur gical Disti ass antd ID)iseases of Weo men and Chiidriu. Lonai 'urgi.n f'or (iouthern Pacific Railroad. OFFICE, ROOMi 12, OVER THE OWL DRUG TORE. O~liiv c 'i 0 i l; h bI. TRe. 'elc, ('(W. Malin and Third Sts. 'Phone 115a. DR. E. A, LEEi Rcm..s 1 nnti a, Mforse Building. OFPFj iJ1 iiOUILS 2 to h p. m. os drac.ce Nrtic bain d atrxeat. TLren Co...

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. — 5 December 1902

.. "Your moneys worth at STERN'S or your money back. SHE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD .AKE S't s IT " ".ls VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, D Cr:M If 1ý NUM.E0 2L ftEW C 0 Sb. Engl I.W B preo o rn -c - .:"'` ... °ý • . un the The C, uit.. by birth, for she belongs witi to one of the . i, Nov. York-the Van ing Mart.1te'. Lo : ' 13 et when he mar- pro ried Mi.·Ji L o;<,-., tied , tohe title some the four y-s l-.t .s of one of the most wh, splendid : _' . 'hi ~ iflinf hain Castle, the :arr park of.w;i.! t,- . p :~e of the last herd of cru wild c't.tl it '. . : le son, Ll,rd Ossuls- A\ri ton, a e" lt I' pttiest as well as the youngest. l':' " ý;- ý.' . s ue . -' - 'e t. _ ', •1 0 in K, stock f .:welry,. Silvrwtre and Mus ical o is arriving daily and they will soon ht: )'- on d lsplea' a telection of goods that 4vil] suit allturtes. They are now able ti, Lake eare of 611 trade Sin their line. . SOME ACTION, %REI WILL BE lTAE England and Gernlay Will Ura( Press Matters With Venezuel...

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. — 5 December 1902

For Stationery, Blanul Books, G. N ,n ' "cr.-- 1 i Fo, kind: uch . -a Machninry. I 3 reaso L_. E. 'r A ý3. 'rt r ST '.TA F!XTUES OFT J THE 1i a-...e;.. to on ! aUt.MOV IN (land anidaVd' I a.lj, inj of all kind,-, suh as in, oilrs. re :afiands and ,t mch et cat t'kei a B itsi . u e h - a i ull ed t C i r d r• . Ade . s - I< a_ Digest, wa t:y: ,tou be OFallsto cure. it allows you to eat, all cr ate ev'eryhi : else fail, i prepared only byE. 0. DEWorI & co., .hicago The i. bottle : contaas tiest. bo5 c. .se. 0!i..: ',: ; , :  :;4 t,;, l{'.m 15: Dyspepsi Cu L Diet wh ot t hi pr- rto cotisa!o h mRAILROAD TIam SAaBU. EAST. No. 6, 11:58 a. in No. 8, 1:47 . in. m;,K:%EW ' No. 10, 12:15 p. in. ..iTc -- : wEST. iC¢..-- ~,'/ No. 5, 3:04 p. nm. !r -" No. 7, :1:47 a. u1. No. I, 5:50 1)p. m1 .i :< !i1. . . . . .t . C ......i.... . ' ! " i; i .:-, ;!. (" n . 1 , (u `,i, i ' ,. 1,: , l , '  ; (' t' . ill' Ii l() !',L .Lt Slit :., it ' -- :-; t 1 i i.. Ni . V'ii t " (1i . tvit in...

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. — 5 December 1902

' : ,:F moneys worthB at STERN'S or your money back." THE . ENNINGS DA LY RECOD .... s " " " " . ., to 4 ! t ," ... . -, . - "-- " ' , S 111 1 ,,...., 1* - - - L .. C . .i" p V. : nd .us ikl-l Pattr 3n rs. ;Co 1 I fugland may. lit Prr- tkrs W1 Venez i . 1 ' i' . t; ". 11 1  ,, , . I ,' i ,d i '.  , i . l' ... . .II Is - . ". "1, - . :er, aIcco m ,alnied . y Mr..J.E. Jessu p, w.ifu an.'e flml ; i,-Si" Clara und Willie Pike, Ile White and \ ife, a!it Nat Wlite, J.1 F. Weaver and W. Cliuster .ims at rived this morning lOfrom West tield, Indiana. C. L. Shaw, wife and child have returned froml their Mi eiSta arhome t Sl)eIdr the winter a the sunny nsouth. Wevr1·dW h-erm r I ' E' 4I!4 . i. , ; 'i . "hi ( U ii ' S " . , f' !1 ' : I\ 1:;. AT it l . i \:ev Church.. l 1 ' ."_ .';l f a t i·l' 1, IT n .'Ji. , . i w .v iA:..s s , I rt St iley is ding gool w.ork , i i li e. toi t Divisions of P-1 'To make you' wife love you buy "G Lrlan(d" Stoves and Ran. s Sold by A. il,. Derouenh n' Fresh...

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. — 5 December 1902

Sunrest. 4 e..and yet one heart I:ts : he as a May-tide flower; -ielaesring spirit bears no part : n .he g·loming hour! 8eJ I'the shy (her eyes!) Asi birght. is the sun (her mile!) ad 'there is a-right of paradise Fo, a dreaming while. -Collier's Weekly. THEI STRAWS OF DEATH low a sialry Wm Seted on the rirfiml.khe my W. 0. leshaa. HE regiment was settling down for the night with some grumbling and much profane Jesting, for Western volunteers possess a sense of humor superior to the most trying conditions. Somewhere in the darkness in front, the Filipinos were taking pot shots between their cigarettes, as an occa sional sen! attested. "There go the blamed typewriters," cried a young private. "Firing at freflies, as usual. No sleep to-night" "Typewriters" was a contemptuous appellation given to the Fourteenth Regulars, because the popping of their magazine guns in the distance slightly resembled the noise of the machine of peace. "Put your mouth on the safety notch," ordered the ca...

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. — 5 December 1902

IU~rAýi .1·. ;( ' ·" _ eoord tis 7i r efgachieve- age -resee$ has nevet On S .ail )anon 'as was ax- est ` at lemphis after com- doc Ieard4 by hborsemen are i wond er fual fiat tperforned exi ~ salt" since : Ortsddr eus himself is q 't 8world with a mile in str a c:;"t hooat a stingle day's prepar- bre : i fob ;dl-distance record break- we U & wi1:h the 'Wind facing him for :tifiat'1)art of the journey, the king StrottePrs 4bpped two miles over the I - emphie 'trotting track in 4:17 fiat, cu "thereby 'clipping more than eleven He ebonds off Onward Silver's American ne 'ik of a :tS%, and more than ten me seconds off the world's record made col by Caid, the American trotter, at VI- ph enas,-Austria, last year. we Cresceus made the first mile of the He Journey In 2:10%. The final mile was made in 2:06%, but the most remark- me able part of the performance was the tui fractional part of the first and last ha quarters of the journey. The first mi quarter of a mile was made in thirty-...

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. — 5 December 1902

Telegraphic Service . . . THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to the telegra 'hic service it is receiving giving the latest of the world's i i most important happenings at least twelve hours sooner than they can be read in any -aper coming to the city from the east or west. In addition to the telegraphic service of th Union Associated ___ Press _ the paper re ceives a Special NEWS Service from the Bulletin Press Association _ of which the RECORD Is a member and has the exclusive service for this territory. VWhile the Union As sociated Press is equal to any regular tele graph news service, this Double Service gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. THlE RECORD is glad to note taat the majority or its readers apvreolate its efforts to give them a clean readable afid ui-to-date daily naner, and while the telegraphic news is received at a Sgreat exoense, the management feels that the -avaer would not be keeping abreast with growing Jennings without it....

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