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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 10 December 1902

iborptlenei ain clarter, drawn. St Lake Charles and br ~ahinhsching reliable ab hoil 'el. yrac & Toomer, -TONEYS and SCOUNSELORS AT LAW. Oa : o es , Catn. Buank, Je.aing.. Boams, Cemmerial blook, Lake Charlesi. Oo osnecate4 by Lona Distancea Phones. SaEmton a Thomas, Master Painter© Shop on Main Street, opposite the Racket store. r eetimates given on application. Jv.ng prices and frst-class work Bonds Given It Required. F. S. SPENCER. Architect. Office Over Postorfice, JENNINGS, LA. a. H. Humphrey, Architect and Builder. Room 5, Scott Building. PHONE 102. McCON & CO. General Contractors" DERRICK WORK A SI'VCIALTT. Plans, Specifications and Estimates turnished. B. A. RICHHART, Public Auctioneers ROANOKE. LA. I solicit your patronage and guaran. tee satisfaction. Mr.e Horse I Owner. 4 *0 WE are after your trade in as food Sino. We are after it wN'tL good, clean, honest feed; With prompnt cr rice, full weight, and right pr.:ce. It doesn't matter to un whither you bvy? feed 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. — 10 December 1902

n.s, m ý .portralt Isn't natural Sl u i t Is 'a speaking likeness. " The'e i"s little warmth in the mit 'ten -handed to a rejected lover. Many an artist thinks he's In hard tuck if he Isn't able to draw a cork. Many a man's downfall can be trac ed to the loss of his balance in a Ieak. Cars are often loaded, but the en gine sticks to water and does all the Vork. Any man who has a poor memory for debts has a good memory for faces. The sword swallower should tackle a saw occasionally; it would be more toothsome. The ideal wife and the ideal hus band are two of a kind that never make a pair. True happiness consists in the pur ruit of a thing rather than in the catching thereof. Success never comes to the man who sits on an empty dry goodsi box and %whistles for it. Some men know so much that their knowledge gets in their way when they attempt to talk. Boneless codfish are common erough. but what a long-suffering pub Ite wants is boneless shad. Now the season rapidly approaches when th...

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. — 10 December 1902

. ,, ,, . y, . re ata of I alyeiove all :and odor that some mLetal tea or coftee oibeen .in disuse may v.ttnig a red hot cinder i o2rfragment of china in  this and letting it remain _ d "The top is, -of course, al oln on during the cooling " . when removed the air in #11 f`Pouad as pure and "sweet 'A Itgwn u Portete. Odesaionally in household decoration it Is -desirable to hang a portiere or door Wdapery on the same side as that on which .the. door opens. This, of course. ist ery awkward, as the door is almast sure to catch the hangung each tinme it is opened. To obviate this trouble, which heretofore has only beei, accomplished by changing the door to open in the opposite direction. -where._possfble, a sliding curtain rod hass*leen devised. One end of the rod is supported on a bracket on the door frame, while the other extremity is supported oil the door itself. The necessary give is provlded in a nunm ber of ways, all comprising some scheme of sliding support. LasmeM For the I...

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. — 10 December 1902

. ii to the reord News and Stationery Depot. TING Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Goods going SCost Price 'Before buying call around and be con vinced. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR SALE. ROS N BROS. Formerly occupied by the New York Store. Ton- Wing Restauraint (Formerly California I-etaurant) Best Meal in the City for 25c Short Orders a Specialty. State Street. North of D)cpot. SCline. C. It. Cline. J. D. Cline CLINE & CLINE, Attorneys at Law and Notariej Public. S Ofimces, Jennin. : aid Lake lhtrle ' . Arompt atte.l.ion L, all bi,ýin , s. C. E. HUjN\TER, Ii3. D. Rooms 3 and 4, Morse Bioc:k. Phone Nos., Residence 33, Oiflc0 4. Piper House, eyan Street, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA. PLEASANT ROOMS AND EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE. BATES 61 AND il.50 i.I DAPl Y. MRS. A. M. PIPER, l'ROPRIETRDSn THE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY .AT TIHE.. HQMEM RESTAURANT thort oilders a specialty. (),sth's and pastry wotr, k for family use. MRR. C. J. SPRIcG MRS. H. S. SPRltIG Dressmaking Green Cottage on La...

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. — 11 December 1902

I 3EN'TINGS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1902. NUMBER 2 W1. wanlcer Saratees Inmacrrs Ereim ros Taxafon Ulim the Year 1 . sells it for From Year i·w ic' _____· ____ CJIRY wrer First National Bank. iat allyoungimen, old men, widows, gi' is and married women, aried or wanting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes, ;r Old Bachelors, Spinsters or Grass Widows. S. L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at irom 31)0 dollars to $500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a to of Interest. SPECIAlL OFFEFR. kbave twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build *thousand dollar house will sell an inside lot for two hundred dollars or a er for $250. Also 1200 feet on Rail Roa~d Side Track. Will sell to Lum Yards, Work Houses, Cotton Factories, Wood Working Establishments, Factories or to first-class business houses of all kinds, Wholesale ~-'o~ers, Agricultural and other machinery warehouses for 100 dollars a front 'oot, "ll on terms to...

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. — 11 December 1902

.-ss 4 iC*to-EzceTenV ·Aý i.* Ra peiwL natu kzaividua~i T~empoiaayp~ lia*rd Luck eb best acting lis not done on the tage," said the old timer. "In my 'opinion neither Joseph Jefferson nor any other professional ever touched some of the acting I used to see in the old 'fake auction' shops in Chi cago thirty years ago and more. These 'fake auction' shops were little stores opening on to the street, in Which all sorts of bogus and worthless goods were auctioned off to the highest bid der. Here is a scene I once saw acted in one of the best known shops: "The auctioneer was trying to sell some brass jewelry. About him were gathered eight or ten 'stool pigeons' and 'cappers,' men in the hire of the house whose business it was to bid up prices on everything offered for sale, He Caught the Auctioneer by the Sleeve, and so either arouse genuine bidders to the point of paying nuge prices or prevent the goods from falling into outside hands. There were also per haps half a dozen people in the ...

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. — 11 December 1902

'~> : ' bt > ateoaftf And co rage will come with Hise pres 1k i4e h6st, h ence, and patience return at His o1 the weary, as touch. ShAmkos4 ; And manifold sins be forgiven to those e uty contusion, with who love Him much; that are heavy and dim, And the cries of envy and anger will ti b la boring men who change to the songs of cheer, SMa'.rad longing for Him. For the toiling age will forget its rage when the Prince o2 Peace draws s 4t 'O te curmse of Eden, and brings near. s `',;'them a bteitig instead: This is the gospel of labor-ring it, ye Sare they that labor, for Jesus bells of the kirk ' partakes of their bread. The Lord of Love came down from above. le puts His hand to their burdens. He to live with the men who work. 'aiters their homes at night: This is the rose that He planted, here :n :3eo does his best shall have as a guest the thorn-cursed soil the Haster of life and of light Heaven is blest with perfect rest, but the blessing of Earth is toll. -thenry Van Dyke. NE...

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. — 11 December 1902

News?' 0I WS 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 ;m% Press _ the paper re ceives a Special ervice Is N 'Wr% I.~ from the lei .. -1.1.ý..ýý._iý7 C ii;.c: * . 0:c;,l uve service ' t terreitory. h Ti ethe Union As scir, ted Press is equal -to any regular tele graph news service, this Dousble Serv ce gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. THE ECORD is glad to note taat the majority or its readers apereoiate its efforts to give them a clean readable and u"-to-date daily narer, and while the telegraphic news is received at a great exvense, the management feels that the na'cer would not be keeping abreast with growing Jennings without it. ' L! .O*I3 WI '*K4y.r EA...

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. — 11 December 1902

·Ii' tkh rwnL. ni ae and . tIn reliable S a tI '3,' & Tootner, - EYSa end SN ELO'L;S AT LAW. o: te oom d, Cttses Bank. Jennings. it 'Reom, Commeetarl block. Lake Charles. E. iOna es nseoe by Long Distance Phone di Raton H. Thomas, b Master tr SPainterb' Shop on Main Street, opposite e i Sree estimates given on application. o IVtivFlg prices and first-class work. Bonds Given Ii Required. F. S. SPENCER, Si Architect.A F al Office Over Postoffice, JENNINGS, LA di A. He Humphrey, Architect and ai Builder. de Room 5, Scott Building. oa PHONE 102. in McCON & CO. General ContractorsA 1r. DERRICK WORK A SP CIALrTY. Plans, Specifications and Estimates T turnished. i B. A. RICHHART, Publick Auctioneer. ROANOKE. L!A. I solicit your patronage and guaran- c tee satisfaction. a Mr. Horse ii Owner. ' I E are after your trade in tMe food line. We are after It witnt guod, clean, honest feed; with prompt err vice, full weights and right prices. 1t doesn't matter to ua whether a on bay feed fo...

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. — 11 December 1902

I: O r a". a ý t Some Other Day. There .are wonderful things' we aer going r to do Some other day; And harbors we hope to drift irto. Some other day; With folded hands, the oars that trail, We watch and wait for a favorite gale To fill the folds of an idle sail. Some other day; We know we must toll if ever we win. Some other day; But we .say to ourselves, there's time to begin Some other day; And so, deferring, we loiter on, Until at last we find withdrawn The strength of the hope we leaned upon, Some other day: We fret for the things that might have been done Some other day; We trace the path that leads us where The beckoning hand of grim despair Leads us yonder out of the here. Some other day. Crepe Paper Bank. Here are directions for a bank. The things required are a roll that ribbon is wound around, some crepe paper, and some ribbon three-quarters of an inch wide. The rolls are of dif terent widths, according to the width of the ribbon but one about five and a half inches is the...

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. — 11 December 1902

ii; .·R .... ý'b~r .ni~~a~u.s~tF~iS!+a i 'NGý YSC" ax, -ý tim'-,gent. Sdevice Sby concern in In tb6. street in `, * era three feet below is slaeed. a tank holding ;ms )s filled with gaso Ste Iti a gnlhole. From the :a. pipe lifth the cellar sad up to the store floor, where a ',force punp is fastened to it. At the eand of a force pump is a cock. When .t ", U gasoline Is wanted the cock is opened and the handle of the pump is worked until the required amount is obtained. Then the cock is closed, preventing dripping. Transparence and Invisibility. Lord Rayleigh points out that per fectly transparent objects are only visible by virtue of non-uniform 11 lumination. The .moment we arrive at uniform illumination they become absolutely invisible to the eye, a fact which forcibly illustrates our optical limitations. Professor R. W. Wood, of Johns Hopkins University, Balti more, has devised a method by means of which uniform illumination can be obtained and transparent objects made to disappe...

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. — 11 December 1902

e and iai ~Papers, go to the Record News Fand Stationery Depot. eLOTIHING fa.'. Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Goods going At Cost Price Before buying call around and be con vinced. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR SALE. K ROS E U Formerly occupied ly the New York Store. To·3rin H'ing·lr, RestL au r t -' ~(Formerly califurnia 1;R" !aurant.) S Best Meal in the City for 2.c Short utter:; e Fjpeiabti. Stae - Street.i North of W. H. Cline. C. E. Clino J. ID CIUao CLINE 7 CUirNE, .Attorney' lt -, O -: Aroump ten.n O**-- - - I n - .1 C. E. H-U." T '. D. I Rooms and 4. - c 1 ,e olak. I Phone Nos., Icesidnce , O:h 4. Piper House Ivan Street, LAKE C-ARLES. LOUISIANA. ] PLEASANT' IiROOMS AND T EXCELLENT TAB3LE SERVICE. d * RATES 1 ANS LN.D..o Pi';I ! . MRS. A. M. PIPERS ý; ~ Roarý::E rtuss t( THE BEST I EBl Is ThE CITY H i' ¶111. I HOM E. ----- - RESTAUR!7<T 'n Eho 1 oties ii s oii~aI. I st¶.r :ond A ;ti MRR. C. J. SPRIcG MRS. H. S. SPRIGG Dressmnakimg sI Oreen Cottage on hi Lake Xrthur A...

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. — 12 December 1902

w ayt S ý 'oOr. ,our money baclC , irk b::i: :'. n"   : . . :. :. . ... .. .. -- r . , ý . • . _ . ,, JENNINGS, LOUISIAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1902. NUMBER 292. Waler IIGu M er ofr nlI r r~~~~ ~ . : ýl uarantees Ilofairs Freedomcffrom Taxation I~niI th Year 1910.. Sells it forges . . ... ., ... .. .- . c . . . . . L.. CI? Y :ver First National Bank. Meio a1 .youngi men, old men, widows, RgtWand married women, t or wanting or waiting to be marri and wanting Homes, i Old Bachielors, Spinstersr or Grass Widows: S. B-, L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at h:,W.om.300 lollark to $500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a r 'efr interest. SSPECIAL OFFER. SIbave twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build a thousand dollar house will sell an inside lot for fspo hundred dollars or a -o6rner for $250. Also 1200 feet on Rail Road jil' Track. Will sell to Lum Iber Yards, Work Houses, Cotton Factories, wNV Working Establishments...

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. — 12 December 1902

D ,uky dapd blue a old 'ses ti ",But the faireat flower was at any side! Bte.pin.g between them, ascarce had she A ;ook for .that flushed galaxy. , . iut laughlng went. The acacla tree., ilbaded. hung Just too low; her hair Was powdered with loose petals there! The 'tralling, flounced, and silken gown, Heedless broke my carnations down; Bhe tore a rosespray, with a frown Cast it away-"too deep a red ' PTor her walst-ribbons," so she saidl When I came back, the grass dew-wet. . ,The scent of sweet peas, melnonette, Was all about me. I forget The hour of coming, but I knew BEach petal of the rose she threw There on the pathway. I could feel With its red heart, the crushing heel " Trampling out swift all beauty sweet, Beneath such dainty, careless .feet! TKi WOOING OF ANGELA. By E. H. LANCASTER. S:" ' (00pyright, 12, by DAILY STOrY PUULISEImG COMPANY.) a w hear how T'eophile come to maunrri gela Not Das one good Story. .Ys' 'Old Ann Linsna took a long pull at -the .`istte, leaned bak...

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. — 12 December 1902

;Ir 3 - J M an'b I long :uDe's rn: , r and eature the game h'n-e Wiest remembered. qplayed qarterback, and long had been breaking ankmd making tackles behind Iie lek line. In those days, remem '· ,t 'the fullback played farthest be h:. l the team on defense, and the ':oyiterback played close. 1Tme and again Dean shot between Harvard's center, John Cranston and .Ralph Finley, the left guard, and smashed Yale's play before it could get under way, and his great run re suited when he was engaged in just this performance. No one remembers exactly how it all happened. Dean himself hasn't quite a clear version, but it is known that when Yale had the ball on Har vard's 45-yard line, Dud broke through on the Eli quarterback Bar bour. Barbour was in the act of passing the ball to one of his backs, when Dud Dean beat it out of his hands and, as it bounded up, seized it him self, somehow wiggled out between the Yale backs and cut loose down the field. It happened all in a second. Dean was a...

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. — 12 December 1902

Telegraphic 'Service... THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to the telegra "hio service it is receiving giving the latest of the world's n~--.1'mg't important happenings at least twelve  ,tirs sooner than they can be read in any gaper 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 sau. V sa ev ,e a 1i c-sý1 the - .-.~. e. '. gives the RECOLD a decided 3 note taat the majority oi its readers *e its efforts to give them a clean , the management feels that the.: . tE not ba e keen peing abreast with Ts without it. , . steruid tor trasaeIuIoa thrtoqgghk mdihtp seonda3 -lrate EASE * : No. 6, 11:68,. m. No. 8 1:4La. W. SUN-, No. 10, 12:15 p. m. ouTE , wasN. r. SNo. b, 3:04 p.. m. No. 7, 3:47 u.. in. No. 9, 5;50 p. m Tie Testimony. About a hundred men .from different parts of the parish were in court at Lake Charles yesterday, and gave their opin ions before Judge Miller in the motion ...

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. — 12 December 1902

•Cfpe dr"" t.r *Lake 'CharIe and  Pain reliabl the Raket stor00e. ead Sseo. isena Bask, ssmagas. momCsenmmpefal block, lak. CharIe. 1 eraceatd by Long Distaseg rohes. 3Antom Il Twhr.as, Master SPainter. Shop on Main Street, opposite I the Racket store.  Free estimates given on applicatioan. Living prices and first-class work. Bonds Given I Required. F. S. SPENCER, Architect.. Office Over Postoffice, JENNINGS, LA. A. H. Humphrey, Architect and r Builder. IRoom 5, Scott Building. PHONE 102. McCON & CO. General Contractors. - DEERICIi WORK A SPICIALTr. Plans, Specifications and Estimates turnished. B. A. RICHHART. , Public Auct i eery ' ROANOzEiE. LA. I solicit your patrouage and guaran. I tee satisfaction. Mer. iv orse wier... ,TE are ;lr yor r i-tO i Lt- food c*. i c t.ro .' p ers f .t t1 "^, cloinasn. Uc e ; - ith *romnt s. - S - Vic:l, 1: rw t^·.is and r.gigt pricon . iot . docsn' w n a l ' ti  a v' U trOCher con boy fee for on. ilor ,- or a Li :e t-w . tan to e'ni you r,-;...

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. — 12 December 1902

i estructive .of Swine Life. 't~UIO lbbgs' die every year of eoUs U fromn any other ailment to h. h - swinease subject, is a well es 4i' i ta shed fat, says l'exas Stock Jour " aal. How best to curtail the ravages t ýs ths disease has always been a irplbliem, but afeissner Brothers, suc cessful feeders near Reinbeck, Ia., believe they have solved it. They iMalintaln that eternal vigilance from rthe time piggy is farrowed till he 's Six months old is the only safeguard. Don't overfeed the sow. Don't feed sour swill or sour food. Make no sudden changes of feed. Feed the sow nothing for the first day after far rowing, but a thin slop and, on the second day a half ear of corn in the morning and an ear in the evening with swill a little thickened. Increase it gradually so that on the sixth day you will give four or Ave ears. Also give the same kind of swill she has had before the farrowing. With good swill and good pasture you may safely dispense with oats. In the absence of grass, oats...

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. — 12 December 1902

SII F r -- ' rte. iv iat'; balls, and ii ' menders. They he e i aried . on qi lthe long chains flu which are so pop- in ular. The favor- it ite form is a ball fc about the size of o0 a walnut, of p1 pierced gold, a the fragrance of Q which permits rr to escape as the wearer el The word pomander sig s :scent ball, and is derived fc i me- -d'aumbre," an apple de Sbject filled with some highly it r mixtu~re, of which ambergris re S--the chief ingredient. Some e: esa nutmeg set in silver was used, w the 'pearls and other jewels with e' . a-ik it was often studded made it ti ,. eostly object. q IR. .'h st -,An experienced and observant wom- h an declares that the most -Important r, moaoment. of the y day to a man's s: -eace- of mind i .,-Is the ten min- . Ltes that follow ! i s h'is return fromc the work of -the ` A day. At that time one word may b h change -his whole -state of- feeling. He comes home Iusually tired. . Work or the vex ations of business during the day have frequently ...

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. — 12 December 1902

ily a Papers, ro to the Record News :'d Stationery Depot. L TILING 'Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Goods going At Cost Price Before buying call around and be con vinced. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR SALE. ROS10 B:S. Formerly occupied by the \Ne w York Store. To0n Whign (Formcrly Calif'ort.:. iii -taurait) Best Nleal in the City fio 25c Short. ordrr a .lprini . State i s et, S orL u u . I; n W. II.ine. C. n. Cline. J. . Cline. CLINE & CLINE, andNot2-zrie; ?cu ., Oflic', .141?l!::` awl l %'r o (D :.rl. AXOlljlit LttULnionI to aIll )u.ilL.i:. C. E. HUNTER:, M. D. R oom s 3 and 4, : '.a:rse - lac.k. Pht id NcNs., Residec ce C~1, L1:!!ij, 4. Pipver Hose, S"-'an Stcc.ree LAKE "" - LE, !..G:!SIANA. PLEASANT c n::; :.ND EXCELLENT TADLE SERLVICE. RATES :.i AND .:..;io S:S IAY. IVMRS. A. Mr. PIPER, 1.AT T'1'! :.. THE BEST MA.L IN TE CI- T RSTAUR+ANT ~ hort orm e's a ;pec'ialty. (iyster's and pustt.y woik for family use. MRR. c. J. SPRIGGC MRS, H. S. SPRIGG Dressniaking Greeni C...

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