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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 5 December 1902

pimples .Malagazines 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 . aulpapers. The Record Stationery, Book and News Depot S SHOES F THE o TM .i ?-- .- " WELL DRESSED MEN ARE INSEPERABLE Sold By MANS, The Shoe-Man. A limited number of pupils will be laken. Apply at residence of G. N. Aylsworth. The P!easure Launch SLITTLE 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 geta neat turnout. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Yours to please at all hours. M. S. POGUE. A. E. CAMPBELL & CO., PLUMBERS and STEAM FITTERS. Plumbing, Stceau li ttli, lHeat ing and all (Classes of Pipo Work P['romptly Executed. Office. Main street, .Jonning~, La. Ladies! hII lhy t 'Phone ...

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. — 5 December 1902

;hos .with the softestf 'ut ted to the dell ...... rs.u Organisation controllj j<,.zsm. eM, drew In long breaths w lear spring ajr to exhale It .,ighb as though "thanking r 'life so sweet. ' O thit -looked at you so squarely and honestlythat you-began to wonder if your 'Slsolmene was as clear as their limpid D ; and such dainty pointed ears that tOU marveled at their small size but won brom biblity to catch the faintest sound. There wa nothing small about Laddie in body or nature, excepting his ears and We had bought him for a carriage horse, and the' person from whom we got him as sured me that he would prove "a first ilass family horse, sound as a dollar, and the best disposition ever known." Still, we bad heard himilar assurances before. and experience had taught us that horse Sesh needed salting. Laddie was driven into our grounds one beautiful spring morning for my final de cision regarding the purchase, and as he eame prancing and curveting up the drive way I instantly fel...

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. — 5 December 1902

%A eco iNQQD fw NATURE. ·.G"L Tae dream on clod. life and death? i tue it from out w to not doubt, Sondert design ".` ..e divine. unnhgh learnting make l -warm breath take Sb ud not make it glow, Ver .a xtl el Angelo. S! tb gloiy of the grass S 'a urple state- surpass W. mir . el wbe.~e the wind doth come. RENOUNCING THE WORLD. Mis talk at renouncing the world tha: anuoment or this amusement, this zequt Of this manner of living, and per- qh using it mean by "the world" 'omething they do not practice and somebody else does. When a man profesaes- to shun the world he forgets the vanities of the world in his own home, and in his own heart, It is not another man's world we are to shun, but our own world, that in our circumstances, our positions, be what it may, which we are putting in the place of God. The world is the world God has made, and which we are Sstriving to have and enjoy without God--that is, the vanity, the unreality, the dissipation, and that is what we promise to renounc...

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. — 5 December 1902

" or Stationery, -Blank Books, 'School Supplies, Maggazine and Daily Papers, go to the Record News and Stationery Depot. Shoes, IIat and Gents' Furnishing uGoods oint AtCst Pr lee B1efore buying l'i l iarould ril beI con vined. STORE FO;R iENT AND FIXTURES FO, SALE. Formerly ocL cLi.d by the New York Bes: 1ean i:he City for25c W. ul. 1hu:'. C" ;t. 'lin. J.J. . Chanr C - CLNE, C,.-. .. ... . O t e D'" sp.. ' :psh -.: ur e A. o h c' n e it. . eiis: e .. r .. IL Ofiomco C, Owvl Drug ,Store, Room 12. Dyspepsa Lure Digests what yod eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never falls to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take It. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stom~ach. Chld. ren with weak 5toUn~clb thrive on it. First dose relieves. . diet unagomry. Cu. dl stlluom h timbe ote do]nyby' U. O. ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 December 1902

ri moneys worth at. STERN'S or your money back." .. VE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. OiB _ SEllT.S IT fOR 1SS.S," VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1902. NUMBlER 2£. UWLAKE SELUS IT FOR LS . . . . .. . . ..S ,. . . . . . ..T. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . - . . . .W A.. . .... . ..R . . . .. .. .. .. . .. . . . . . ZI " Great Reductions n h...INd... A Large Variety I I on H .and :. . - lREIM T .E Y_ Props. S. L. Office Over First National Bank. 0 Special Notice to all young men, old men, widows, gi,' is and married women. I ti to all just. married or wanting or waiting to be :inarried a nd wanting Homes, 1: Tramps, or Old Bachelors, Spins;trs o:r Gr(3ss W: ows. N.-B.-S. L. Cary has 300:i City Lots in the very best part of Jennings , prices from 3110 dollars to 8300, cheap at double the price on long term  ,lw rate of interest. .. at a t C*PECiRL OFFE R. I have twenty blocks not ccupi)edi a;:d for the first c~'...ome- ,ho will build a thousand dollar housle will...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 December 1902

..-~ ,." ,, , : ..: ·- .. k hin renga rtin'-rontrsainr'allwof m " igesta t a a d:. t a' l k " o. foo . Igie intn .,ifan ee . . .. o ur . "tal .w yo .to eatal _he .s o7,. scn " k- ei. " y • - u "- ,'._ I,. cure aftr evrythng ese file. Is e.il F s do . . . . I.e . c ss. Dures all stomach treable. t r . l o , a . l. K:i kh ooyownt. rh mos Lestv tosdsodyspeptsa >Curebe_ Duredsatsrewyhatg yolseaftl. I Tietale d pr oraatio sotoai h. a blldf h dietar its wari clgtom all khinc ofi Lod.irt givse roinsta. reiet arid never fails tcueItall sowsyo touetbll so ahes..O,,t coaa 4I tlakeit. By iets useIc many thuanso dyppis hav been cue fe vrtiges ae.I uneqalle fu h ttc.Cid re ithwa tmcs hieo t Fis oerleo.Ade nsasy Cures al stmc to e prevre byE .fuNrr&(n. bcg cot'n' tmabelc'lo j_,NNIiGS DA l Y . BECORD. 3":t)i:'+r , I''lnbt leht"," Ifti 1'^t01 "I-itor. I. .. ... .: (, .. . - " ,. • ,. [n: WH hn r -itives .i t:i _ .. ia i ili".l l' ,-i; . 0 0t i, " - i , ' .i tl t ',' ; .,1 1 -,1 l'.,...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 December 1902

-- "Your moneys worth at STERN'S or your money back." THE JENNINGS DA JY [ ECO ýk" l ý ý: T ý C. 1 t '. 11 . i1 1 .ý. ',F; 11 .A v . 1) I 1, 11.1 -1NI I.; . onn re ý 0·T 1 A 'ety SIW prwe a It Its Fun tu , . . ' ,c f .,. . - . IT a i i-I > tl.r. " .ý a \, ý. ^.r1. . P l P Ti';nnt-. N. 2. J4Mriuts CI -"tterso B' it \ N:; . N . Patterson B'~oQ. Co. Among e ?' uarches, l gets*, J-ho tc. 1`. E an be isivb elU 18 1~3 in w Sgeil L + .: i wi o ill nl. tT~e~i-.i:c,' Gi Pt11,"'\' b ,*l .. ;(,,r.o. Wllng sor... .L I I Re oe ý i(fl 1i>-t" :E... AT p. IX). fr a. W) l wnl fiJ:duct a service r ,r nca only. . Y. P U., 0:30. .vangelist Hale will preach again at 7:3U. Special music at all the .services. Come and bring your friends. F. L. Cox, Pastor. UNITED) in HRTHIiN. Sunday schol, 1ia. in. Preach ing, 11 a. m. Juniors, 8 p. n. Y. P. C. U., 7 p. m. Pheaching. 7:45. Morning subject '"Zeal without knowledge." Evening subject "A traitors reward." Tnere will be a baptismal service at the close o...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 December 1902

r,.. Y .sr '. ;In ver isaw it; I never -saw any one who had seen it, though there were many ready to vouch for its noe turnial visits. However, it did me a good turn, for which I could have hugged it with a relish-if I could have caught It. The property had been in the pos session of the Greary family for more than a century, my great-grandaire having settled there on a large tract of land right after the Revolution. fiHe made it one of the show places of the town, and left it a fine heritage to my father. There was a time when it would have brought $35,000 or $40, 000 off hand: to-day, it would not fetch the amount of the mortgage $6,000. I remember my grandfather-a tall, gaunt man, leaning heavily on a mas sive hickory cane. I recall the stories he told to us children about the battle swaying back and forth over our meadow, "bodies lying like sheaves of wheat, and blood ankle deep." He spent much of his time in the long room-the "glass-room," we called it --in the southwest corner...

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. — 6 December 1902

the Gsieat Pryu~ *ath1Spot :: w respofldeiie.) l1oping. lawn, Wf'it7ir gexatly 6. the 4~it~iTiing~ S i before the :bA ImIie uimple t . hUlftre the + t hesimplesit~ b ,gIreat plantation rdijnlty an. liebg ie styles, 5I-ch wq hav'e left . ltal City, sud In: TH T seems in Itelif a monument to the great American whose residence it was and within whose walls he passed away. Standing on the spacious veranda in the imagination one can picture the lawns peopled with the great ones of the past, in their quaint costumes and with their ceremonious etiquette, as they gathered to enjoy the princely hospitality dispersed by the "Father of His Country." or to consult on ques tions of statecraft with him whom the greatest minds of the nation recog nrzed as a master. From the slave quarters would be heard the voices and laughter of the "lappy blacks-"servants," as Wash ington would have termed them, for lthe word "slave" was obnoxious to the ears of the owners of these human chattels even at the tim...

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. — 6 December 1902

V.1 News 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 most important happenings at least twelve hours sooner than they can be read in any naper 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   N W %JS Service from the Bulletin Press issociation 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 is glad to note taat the majority or its readers aporeciate its efforts to give them a clean readable and' u"-to-date dailu narer, and while the telegraphic news is received at a great exoense, the management feels that the naaer 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
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 December 1902

ce uppies Books Magazines Papers ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND DAILY PAPERS ON SALE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE. Houston Post and Tiwes*Democrat Leave your orders for prompt delivery. Sub scriptions received for all papers. The Record Stationery, Book and Neiws Depot ,JýýPp Ai AN ' 5Y I1Is ' JUU HAT AND SHOES OF THE WELL DRESSED MEN ARE INSEPERABLESodB MA NS, The Shoe-Man. Ir4STR_____4 It 'Piano a " HND 4 Uoice CULxTURB / M~iss Stella Plattor. A limited number of pupils willt be taken. A pply at residence DRESSEDD MENof G. N AEylsworth I t The Pleasu re Launch t I\ SELITTER LE Sold Bgy NMAYS, will leave Lake Arthur for the Hunting Marsh every Saturday c of each week; leas es Lake Ar thur after the wadl boat arrives from Mermentau. J. F. DUDLEY, Prop. BON-TON I have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one I Ir4STRUCTI0EqS I~4 favoring, e with an order, will get a neat turnout. OPEN' DAY AND NIGHT Yours to please at all hours. iss . Ste. POGlttUEr. I PLUMBERS and STEAM FITTERS. Plumu...

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. — 6 December 1902

.""`' 'it 9'. " I en 'tasts are le the quiet skies, 'Sren most i pine for thee: B end ont me then thy tender eyes, As, tars look on the seat For thoughts. like waves-that glide by night. Are stillest when they shine; Mine earthly love lies hushed in light Beneath the heaven of thine. There- is an hour when angels keep Familiar watch o'er men, When coarser soule are wrapped it sleep Sweet spirit. meet me then! There is an hour when holy dreams Through slumber fairest glide; And in that mysc'e hour it seems Thou shouldst be by my side. My thoughts of thee too sacred are For daylight's common beam; I can hut know thee as my star, M1y angel and my dream; When stars are in the Quiet skies, Then most I pine for thee; Bend on me then thy tender eyes, As stars look on the sea! -Lord LyttonL " HELEN HARVEY'S HERO By MAUtDE FITCH. (Copyrlight, 190, by DAILY STORY PUBLISHIrNo COMPANYr.) Helen Harvey was to spend her va eation at her aunt's cottage in She boygan, where the wash of old Lake Mich...

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. — 6 December 1902

tRilll_ t GRArJNSow.B TOAWHNA MS :/ / 441 I :} K .·e, NEW YORK'S GREAT CATHEDRAL. Bishop Potter of the Episcopal diocese of New York. recently went up to Morningside Heights to inspect the work being done on the largest cathedral that has been undertaken in centuries. He was accompanied by an ecclesiastictal friend from the west, who, in the course of the in spection, said to him: "I can't begin to grasp the bigness of this cathedral of yours. For the last ten years I've been hearing about the record-breaking dimensions of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and I've marvelled thereat. "But now that I am here on the I.. UII 4 U11, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine-Shaded Parts Show the Extent of The Work Done in the Last Ten Years. ground my mind is bewildered even more by what my eyes have seen and my ears heard. I scarcely can com prehend the immensity of the task." "My dear brother," was the bishop's dry response, "we're in the same boat." No such lbuilding has been project ...

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. — 6 December 1902

tixrery, Blak Boks, '' hool Supplies, Magazine and Daily Papers, go to the Record News and Stationery Depot. -w CLOT,, - Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Goods troing~ At tos Proce Before buyink` call around and be eon- STORE FOLR IENT ANd F TURlES FOR SntE. ~! 1 m P1 ;jR9~J. 2 ; FoTmci y ocrn.i'i* b: "the v Yci,V on.? T o ili )',t VAg1ISj ;' (es aura t~-a;at (ino crmed ('lifurnui It tnaurantl Best IMeal in the City for 25c Short I rdl rI a it l'tinlty. St ate Strv 1t. North ol ]1pot. W. II. Cline. C. U. Cline. J. D. Cline CLINE & CLINE, Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public,j Ofices, .JInuinga anzd Lake Charles. Aromupt atteation to all bu:euei.t. C. E. HUNTER, M. D. Homoepathist Rooms 3 and 4, Morse Block. Phone Not., Rlesidence iii, Office 4. riper House, Ryan Street, SAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA. PL1:.ASANT ROOMS AND EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE. RATES Si AND bI1.50 1'11: AY. MRS. A. M. PIPER. IR'OrBILIE TrRSie THE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY . r. A l . . HOM5-E-.:-~ RESTAURANT Ehorlt ordert...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 8 December 1902

moey w orth at STERN'S or your money back". E JENNINGS DAILY R CORD . 8'8gg l IS IT rt l" fVOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1902. NUMBER 288.0 "v Izaiu iWi W/ --- - 8181 SIES IT I 5 -L Le T- - Office Over First National Bank. Special Notice to nil y: ung aiten, old men, widows, gils and married women, to all just .marriQd t.r wanting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes, Tramps, or Old Bacheollors, Spinsters or Grass Widows. N.B.--S. L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at prices from 300 di lars to $100, cheap at double the price on long terms at a low rate of interest. SPECIAL OFFER. Ihave twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build a thousand dollar house will ell ain inside lot for two hundred dollars or a corner for $250. Also 'cUU feet on Rail Road Side Track. Will sell to Lum ber Yards, woi,; flouiea-, i otLau Factories, Wood Working Establishments, Furniture FactorieCs or to lfirst-class business house...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 8 December 1902

mj Fc 4fol k 'I s probably "flt S tly by those who don't Sifestations of strenuous ie ipabifly remindful of St. `ndwo cannot get along well tonIie woman, would have a lovely F h Fin.t Salt Lake City. WJibat man who confessedito a mur --srhe -didn't commit shows that some imn just can't help lying. " Ehis is above all a reading age, but how many people read the Bi S Ible?" Ssh-h.-Boston Journal. A cablegram brings news that there: is to be less liberty in Russia. How can there be less than nothing? The bearded lady is said to be dead. But she was also said to be a lady. We can never tell what to be t leve. A comb has been invented that will anot tumble out of the hair. Most comba would stay put if they were not tethered. - Sixty-four divorces were granted in New York one day recently, and a whole lot of people were left unsatis fled even then. An English syndicate is forming a cotton trust in Mexico, so, you see, some of them got away from New Jersey after all. The report that Gen. C...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 8 December 1902

:i·· tI ·i d i44 b ti v, ~/''/1 *Q best now. The answer was surpris ing, for Gertie Millar, who is the aw A /N V Gaiety management's latest discov M5 /t 7ery in the beauty line, has become Sr, ENM suddenly the reigning favorite. She is playing the part of "Cora, Cora, fascinating Cora," in the London pro duction of "The Toreador," and her little song, "Keep Off the Grass," is on every piano organ in town. "The Toreador' has passed its four o hundredth performance at the Gaiety _o l and still the lordly youths are flock o r ing to hear Gertie Millar sing her tuneful ditty. Rosie Boote sang "Masie, She is a Daisy." at the Gaiety so effectively that the marquis of "Gertie Millar's." was the prompt Headford could not resist the tempta 'eply of the girl in the photograph tion of makling her a peeress. Per shop to the question as to which haps "Keep Off the Grass" will serve London actress' pictures were selling Gertie Millar as well. DEWEY A MAN OF STRENGTH. Remarkable Feat Credited to H...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 8 December 1902

News I 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 most important happenings at least twelve hours sooner than they can be read in any raper 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 ect irom the o -w hic theZ'ECGRD ' "er d has 1 l exlusve service hie LliC Tkicn .As '-'--, Ut-U soc~ ·td rssi eul graph news service, this l te gives thie ~RCOORDv a decided advantage in securing news. is glad to note taat the majority or its readers aporeciate its efforts to give them a clean readable and u'-to-date daily parner, and while the telegraphic news is received at a great exoense, the management feels that the oaoer would not be keeping abreast with growing Jennings without it. o...*. fOR...E6 6 " "~ *@*.! ?0 .0? .; ý. s . a OR "a " "w0.. oV0w iii Ioi' a ohigaymoeaprpit '0 I I "4'. t_·tl...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 8 December 1902

mupp pres Books Mlagazines PaIpers ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES AND DAILY PAPERS ON SALE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE 'ci ston k~s aJM Leave y ou -ir orders for prompt deliverv. Sub scrnptions receirved for all papers. The Record :StationeryI Book and Ne ws Dep of A MAPIN HISnr JUDGEESjS -ý.Aswp- %TLAT~l OF THE WELL DESDMEN ARE i I Y INSEPERABLE Sold By MA NS, The Shoe /1 a INSTRUCTION.S IN Thno\ Mviss Stella PiCIor. 'N l ti~ited Auiiv II. (f wi~ll, l ie al (`i. t\ )A !; `' th. The Pt!eriasre L;-u ;ch -e. LITTL . W~ill leave Sall(` .\ thur for llie ltV1I li21~' tt' L1ais i eve Vlta'1!e fromi er ltla . 1011 II YoRrs hu .t ... .i A; T arsU Dype v~rt. .NI l M. IN Sii '. .J N'i; L \ AHis wter crully dote by from bei ii. (tijg'd.I? GUI priic~~ceS c oi' 1 . S. a 1 D\·,:: n 11 0C -iC tiltii Il Lake· Ar~ibr Avenue (,.7 nea k' .A, urahu. ~YUWZL~·CG ~3I)-LV· r~~BE I3. ~ rL· ij Fairbaf ks1 POWER FOR ALL PURPOSES. Especially adapted for Irrigating pr.o poses. Let us know your requirements and we will f...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 8 December 1902

i I Alit the News ! ii Te e rappic Service . . . a THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to the telegra bic service; it is receivig giving the latest of the wo :ld's most important happenings at least twelve. hours sooner tha-n they can be read in any Tnaper coming to the city from the east or, west. I!n ac.IiosLon to the tieeguŽyvashic ;eri·;ce of th yepaer re ccir es a . I e 6 I E l r TA: · OpvreelKte t os ao i m l readable and un-to-da.e da ~iy Daned. n while the telegraphic .ews s e t V. ~i 6, great ex'ense. the mana2 emncrt f~e½l that tie1 navoer would not be keeping abreast with growing Jennings without it. WoO __ ___ __ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ __ ___ _ s eS S. S.' ·r`··~I II L~C· ·-~~~ ~·1~ '· r· r'.4.' gr s*~i.t'·..2; ( ·~ ·~~~··~~·ri;·~':·ilj ··~~r·J:~~)~~S - ··.·~ ~~~~~~~~~~. 'eg.··.··.·,,l·~· ·· ~_,·2, ·=~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .4*. l·· ·i i;··u ··u·~·t~· ·O·rr-·.·u ·~u·r ·.iE·;· *.FO.. .. - '0-r~~ '<, * 'fTp.. 0* S.~ K;; Ii I ti C: ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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