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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 16 December 1902

AB OLL ANDS. 0*00 OAce Over Citizens' Bank. Thi Proper Way to Travel. -- U T.ImI-r SOUTHERN PACIFIO, 1 SUNSET ROUTE, FREE CHAIR CARS. SPLENDID EQUIPMENT, 0OX VESTIBULED, PERFECT TRAINS. _ - . CALIFORNIA, EQUIP SENT THE WEST. THE BEST, ROUTE THE NEW YORK, QUICKEST ý 40W-u THE EAST. ae is. IV dtamps for a eopyo l t sPIUgDT I rE n ACE S BIC I C001 6 matalalg Mte aeIlpta . F. b. MORSE. L J. PARKS. Pnes. Teome Manager. Gees. Pass. & Tihket Ag HOMES FOR THE MILLION In Southwestern Missouri. Western Arkansas, Eastern Texas and Western Louisiana on the Line of the KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY "Straight as the Crow Flies" From KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF Through the Cheapest Land Now Open for Settlement in the United States ... . .A magalfe~et country adapted to the ositlssiea of .malt grain. oar. Dotoan, rise, sugar ane, apple., poau.ein berries. commercial truck fiaring, ad.. the raising of hurser, mules, cattle, hogs amedl sheep, as paces ranging from free Government Homestead. to Twenty-...

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. — 16 December 1902

Teleg r aplic -- 1 c ServiC t THE RECORD wishes to call the atten- f tion of its readers to the telegra 'hic service it is receiving giving the latest of the world's i most important happenings at least twelve t hours sooner than they can be read in any t 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 S% Servi ce from the _Pess Associ i ationd'~k A I A s- s oc. fail I -, e y ofwýhichtheRECORD is a imember an.d has the exclusive service for this territory. While the Unilon As sociatedc Press is equal to any regular tele graph news service, this Double Ser vice gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. THE RECORD is glad to note taat the majority or its readers aptreclate its efforts to give them a clean readable and u"-to-date daily narer, and while the telegraphic. news is received at a great exnense, the management feels that the wa'er would not be keeping abreas...

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. — 16 December 1902

Uw L y,.P J Painter Shop on Main Street, opposite the Racket store. Free estluites given on application. L~tyag prices and first-class work. Bonds Given Required. F. S. SPENCER. sints En 1an te ma poste Soo ArMchitewt. Offithe Ovket Postoffie, Free ets'tieaeP given ca applicaltion. I LIvinpg pricesI and first-c1las work. Bonds Gtven U Required. Arci~chit.Ect mo JENNINGS, LA. tiha Thb4 A. . umpurey, nes Architect and attt Ti Builder. Th far fRoom 5, Scott Building. bei PHONE 102. as hoE McCON & CO. cot all General al Contractors& be DEERICK WOIK A St'PcIALTS. 1O Plans, Specifications and Estimates ICnI furnished. del B. A. RICHHART, `a Public Auctioneere str ROANOKE. LA. G I solicit your patronage and guaran* Fa tee satisfaction. thi Mr. Horse s ~f~t Pt~J~eFi Owner. 4 W WE are ftetr your trade in to food wi fine. We are aftr It it ith good, clean, honest foed with prompt ser. 110 vice, fall weighr, and right paces. It dooesnt matter to nos whether you buy fead for ons Lome or...

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. — 16 December 1902

tile Ie~i ·S/oll' ·up l, . ethi 'tpassed thee s.e rtklli . d tthe shadows were be to fail ri!rTolan's aide. ase hop ~;"leid iode oz court' / demandels that'ttwhn h ai:tia is picking with a ::lady" he give her always the shady side. Jtt Nolan, i rthis perturbation of mind, forgot his m nners. .Nothin',' came Indifferently from Mol lie; feeling the August rays peltipg down upon her head, and remembering the thoughtfulness of the fellow on the other side. "Say, Mollie," asked Nolan. persuasive ly,. after a half-houra silence, du: lag which time sevelal couples had 'changed aides so that the girl might have the be-efit of the shade, "wlhat was he hang In' 'round you all mernin' tor?" "Nathin'!' ' he black eyes were stub bornly glued to their work, while neads of perspireltion stood out nn the round, tanned checks. Thereafter, vine after vine was reached and stripped in oppressive silence. At length, after having decided to adopt a coarse of metdy silenre, u hich should Ibreak te ha::ght...

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. — 16 December 1902

ti 1 :.. :f4 ý. raol ot. *ure. :Its ttgoes does wlere. 7F obehid .f3ll 1 at"-t oz ter Everybody.'1 C.yaraintmy sc of Diamornud Raud*d-B w ieit aibjeda 1.Nod sliest of tbus boout. N p w ;fir rie r No.: by Lot. Cw SIt~aooot e ollear~doiVtO a by Gace Shrley. he- at aabwa (y· .ý_ suiib yll uwidaitte IS oot s ths b.oreot y teb *.. Mad ofa cubeq uid byacusten o pol toesoty. ;.gro ot l ;N5 AD lluXT .4 pof '"' i " W Ths i an t trctlr bok fry gleddr Seekr. No. by rme. Claps uou~ro0 erla No. tby aGyp 9 eu. me we ýs Tell ieu"D·sr iNe. by PIS dart .t" wo lww. NO. 261 M Trobw Robert G ,·i .O; lo~car. l arner~n the book tells O ·-i0~7~z nmr xri mmE , No. to , t raise by sob by all uaQ~ rodafets.10 rouseach, o rootby ila pu 31t eyr n raatp of prie. and s oats otrc Ah poaya a it S IT I I. 2411 W Rilos ®t. Were Tork so aFor 2urns and Scald, Vse SMNUSTANG LINIMENT ft THE BEST LINIMENT MADE FO3 MAN ORI BEAST. THERE IS NO TEST LIKE THE TEST 07 TIME AN) VSE w GIRLS PASSING INTO WOMANHOOD ný require a mo...

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. — 16 December 1902

:~·~m~lr IMl for thee even~t. Syou .to rnsp ct 4r line of Dimier iets, F·an·cy Chinaware, Parlor Lamps, Mirrors, Medal lions, Plaques, Statuary, Brice-a-brac Carving Sets, Guns for the Sportsman and many other things suit able for Christmas gifts. A. P. DEIROU eN H'dw Co. S. eL CARY Office Over First National Bank. Special Notice to all young men, old men, widows, gi Is and married women, to all just married or wanting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes, Tramps, or Old Bachelors, Spinsters or Grass Widows. N. B.-S. L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at prices from 300 dollars to 9500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a low rate of interest. SPECIAJh OFFER. I have twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build a thousand dollar house will sell an inside lot for two hundred dollars or a corner for 9250. Also 1200 feet on Rail Road Side Track. Will sell to Lum ber Yards. Work Houses, Cotton Factories, Wood Working Establi...

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. — 18 December 1902

t E s or your moy baci VOLUME I NNINGS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1902. NUMBER 298. WaIkel . i SLar Maufacrrs f reedom fr Taxatin ntil the .Year 1910. SE O I.... I....U Inn & mrn' TIDR. E. A. LEE.For Stat;ione.  ---  --" -- - "----I , m ',+'tP+r t'+. + 1 r I li!Il i qN ", , .. ] .. . ,  ' . + 'Y'lLIMITED, ;JENRINCS, LOUISIANA. SW.d DJTSON, President. A. R. McilURe1 :Y, Vice-President. LLAWREbTCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary. -IN CONNECTION WITH Star Rice Milling Co Lr.I sEDnl ea r CROWLEY LOUISIANA, AND  White Swan Rice Mill Co., LTMI'TED, MORSE, LOUISIANA. These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On aseOunt of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage of some of the largest and most prominent, planters in Acadia, Calcasieu and By V e :ermilion Parishes. C_ We Use Our Hulls for Fuel he( WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. yi We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken d Feed. Liberal Advances m...

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. — 18 December 1902

C t " ti , ISLANDS i rn ·!: ' U' -·~ Z4V4 *CN Manga is the high chief of Tutuila ' Island, to the chiefs of which Presi- t dent Roosevelt has sent a greeting I and silver watches and chains and e silver medals in recognition of their 1 services in securing the cession of I MASTODONS NOT LONG GONE. Eskimos Told Whaler Their Grand- F fathers Had Seen Monsters Alive. Capt. A. Newth of 616 Golden Gate avenue, a whaler out of this port for sixteen years, has returned on the bark Jeannette. Capt. Newth touch ed at Banks Land, discovered in 1819 1 by Sir William Edward Parry, and named after Sir Joseph Banks. "I encountered some aged Eski mos," said Capt. Newth. "who in a perfectly candid way and without any motive for deception told how their grandfathers had seen mastodons alive. I talked at length with these old natives and nothing could shake their stories. They said they remem bered when young of having their grandfathers talk about seeing a few of the big animals. I walked inland and...

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. — 18 December 1902

rife4bt W 'oeud n weho n lk ii c anaomea s i about I :Ia smarble slab in a I ;.wto lovae are what lemon A ma"ad; We don't want -too o eralyn-love you may And a omen will take all the conceit I ,. lmpr lovre for a woman should meipect, never abject-otherwise Ih be-reject. 1 ".A husband or wife would often be " ' ect if they were only somebody " hiusband or wife. · 7homen plike contrasts. She may ciasider herself an angel, but she -IBikes a devilish sort of a man. * A woman hates a jealous husband m0t sets mad if he is not jealous (but - ou never can- please a woman). Women entertain a sort of con - -tempt for the man who has the repu .tautou of being "such a good'man." SLove requires a perfect digestion. Eaven then it may swallow many things it will never be able to digest. .The parvenu is the woman who has lately achieved money and is so afraid that everyone will not know it. Matrimony is a desperate risk, with no surety whether the investment will double up all right or prove a fai...

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. — 18 December 1902

''4g PSPM I*LAAWPS rurussA - - Manga is the high chief of Tutuila island, to the chiefs of which Presi- 1 dent Roosevelt has sent a greeting l and silver watches and chains and i silver medals in recognition of their services in securing the cession of I ------------- ---"'-' MASTODONS NOT LONG GONE. Eskimos Told Whaler Their Grand fathers Had Seen Monsters Alive. Capt. A. Newth of 616 Golden Gate avenue, a whaler out of this port for sixteen years, has returned on the bark Jeannette. Capt. Newth touch ed at Banks Land, discovered in 1819 by Sir William Edward Parry, and named after Sir Joseph Banks. "I encountered some aged Eski mos," said Capt. Newth, "who in a perfectly candid way and without any motive for deception told how their grandfathers had seen mastodons alive. I talked at length with these old natives and nothing could shake their stories. They said they remem bered when young of having their grandfathers talk about seeing a few of the big animals. 1 walked inland and f...

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. — 18 December 1902

'Is-4e 1wroman who , h..n womtn 1a aboit a. arsmtrbleslab in a `''tot love "are what lemon I alad. We don't want-too SSalyze love you may fnd a I " ilthat will take all the conceit  l.mau'love for a womani should *ia respet, never abject-otherwise illm. be--reject :, husba :d or wife would often be t If they were only somebody i"~9's-husband or wife. : .pomen like contrasts. She may oq slder herself an angel, but she 'I-les a devilish sort of a man. S'A woman hates a jealous husband o abut gets mad If he is not jealous (but o°u never can please a woman). Women entertain a sort of con tem pt for the man who has the repu :tation of being "such a good-man." Love requires a perfect digestion. .-Even -then it may swallow many things it will never be able to digest. ..The parvenu is the woman who has lately achieved money and is so 'ifraid that everyone will not know it. ,Matrimony is a desperate risk, with ,no surety whether the investment ,will double up all right or prove a failure...

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. — 18 December 1902

Telegraphic Service... ; THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to the telegra hic service S 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 the paper re ceives a .. Special NEWS Service from the o, "thi tLe Union As-r Wh.j'l'ilea w thi nion As soc~at -ed r.ess is equal to s ny .:eguiar tele graph news service, Doube rvice gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news. RECORD is glad to note taat the majority or its readers aporeclate its efforts to give them a clean readable and un-to-date daily paner, and while the telegraphic news is received at a great exoense, the management feels that the naier would not be keeping abreast with growing Jennings without it. ,~;.:·· ~t~nsrwfr : ta uo tkwasous '4 ,ati. f No. , 11:58. a.m. . ". . , No. 8, .1:47. a. m. No. 10,1:...

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. — 18 December 1902

tol Sbe -, ;ýmiýra esm las ! talh t'a ileas and reE ' "ioe I'st~ reliable abp K po seE ,mpayrack & Toomer, of ATlnt EYS and thi COUNSkLOIS AT LAW. dei oesi rwes , Oltisuans as, leanings. RSina, sImperela blod, L.t a Charlea. ex Oke. ea aeated by Loeg Dltbac. Phones. att BUeston $. omas, Cas Master e Painter Ci Shop on Main Street, opposite tov the Racket store. Free estimates given on application. Iat Living prices and first-class work. Co Bonds Given If Required. Ow F. S. SPENCER. I ne, Architect. En Office Over Postoffice, JENNINGS, LA. Mc A. Humhr ey, Tb Architect and nei Builder. tl Room 5, Scott Building. iar PHONE 102. be. as McCON & CO. ho; General Cal Contractors. S DERRICK \ORKti A SPi'r;iALTr. US, Plans, Specifications and Estimates in( turnished. ku B. A. RICHHART, de Public saI Auctioneer~ s nc.ANo at.:, LA. I solicit your patronage and guarani Fa •tee satisfactio. t Mr. Horse Fi Owner. W WE are alter your trade in tie food ~e l Mane. We are after It wth good...

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. — 18 December 1902

"I Mor Siititwide and 11 S°i ia b alastnt from hem y Y, New York it11, -begin- it kt My' 1,.10e a railroad will. In ensuing three -eps a P $4 7Se,- gem nul rental. trchiteets for in 1 `k" i a company -are drawing porn transomthe :room Into what du< it a setd will be the finest ticket hi aBee nti he 'United States. ital .hoe lndian Chief Tammany. TamnLany lived -In the seventeenth 4 century. He was "a .ntive of Deta- .i ware, but settled on the banks of the an Ohio Driver. 'He was chif 'sachem of the lis .tribe, and his feign'' wa discreet en and peaceful. His great maxim was: to "Unite. In peace Unite for mutual sci happlnesa; in war, 'or mutual deo me fense." ab Eggs .in Missouri. A Boone County;hIen owned by Jack Lynes has .produced a novelty In the In :form of an 'tegless egg." The shell to' was per~fct, .but when broken' open ti was found ito have noe contents. The ro productionofsudhtfruit is a s ecies of to enterprise w'hih Missouri farmers te * will hardly'4pprrove In ...

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. — 18 December 1902

min ,#h is lii~s athis o Ia iapytnhg 'the Lios 0 -d tha owboys on the Ida- gall poit ol the plains of the pa sieherb of ohe of the whc w dvrentures that ever oc- ing j". ci f el' Teas. as - two years h of his life an e. "oien who o .-fit1 cif', henselvee to entertaln rea Shi.hhtl •u ownscea controlling interest o tuncea bronco, buster and cow- x l 1 @. doraweiig t 41 u a month for his and i5lcVO0 a4pd spending his money freely, rat] 4i3,d O.; y lhhe good 'fellow. Ala ihecamleto us,'" says one of the bosses, he tpsolundturg man, with a bad cough and frie S'nwhenhil eapr that he would. last. aout a fine nethau he tooled us all Immensely. tha S .eatoss had impaired his health mto while ae studente an. cothege and after he sav Sreid ated he went to Western Texas. by hoping -to regoain his lostvitality and S harfidahis muscles by vigorous exercise we] in thi open air, says the Cnicago Tribune. ver iis fathler had bequeathed him a hand- I Ssome fortune, and he couold have coaxed ba and ...

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. — 18 December 1902

lIie event. ..i to inspect inner Sets, aware, Parlor irrors, Medal aques, Staatuary, -brC Garving Sets, Ia for. the Sportsman any other things suit for Christmas gifts. 1DEOU, oL. "._.N H'dw Co. , Oifflice Over First National Bank. SpýcianNotice to all:young men, old men, widows, gi, is and married women, li just married or wanting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes, tips, or Old .Bachelors, Spinsters or Grass Widows. eT B. L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at : from 300 dollars to $500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a 11:0w ro'reofinterest. SPECIAh OFFER. '.hivetwenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build talthousand dollar house will sell an inside lot for two hundred dollars or a .corner fori$25Q. Also 1200 feet, on Rail Road Side Track. Will sell to Lum mber Yards, -Work Houses, Cotton Factories, Wood Working" Establishments, )Eurniture Factories or to first-class business houses of all kinds. Wholesale '...

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. — 19 December 1902

Your moneys worth at STERN'S or your money back.". -D E JENNINGS DAIJYRECORD. e VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902. LNUMBER 291. Walker st for Less Jeaings Commercial League Guarantees Manufacturers Freedom From Taxation Until the Year 910. Sells it for Less Louisiana Rice Milline Co.. LIMITED, JENNINOS, LOUISIANA. r..· • W. W. DUSON, President. A. I. lNcMURT'Y, Vice-President. , L. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary. -IN CONNECTION WITH Star Rice Mi/Jing Co., LIrIniTED, CROWLE'Y LOUISIANA, -aNI) - White Swan R ca Mill Co., MORSE, LOCUI1ANA. These mills are under one managemcnt this season, the same as last. On account of fair and liberal treatment we euji,.y the conlidence and patronage of some of the largest and most prom, inent planters in Acadia, C.lcasieu and Vermilion Parishes. _ We Use Our Hulls for Fuel h WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. u We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken b Feed. Liberal P dvances made on all rices...

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. — 19 December 1902

I'm AND FLAB Imprisoned in a fire-trap hotel, fourteen men were suffocated at day break on the morning of December 4 at' Chicago. Only twenty minutes elapsed after the alarm was sounded until the flames were extinguished, but in that time fourteen guests of the overcrowded Lincoln hotel, 176 Madison stret, blindly groping in the dense smoke, had perished in the nar row hallway and closet-like bedrooms of the top floor. U '' 00 ' Bodies W i o C e t h r Boie Wiin t e oneedtote oru In the sixty diminutive rooms of the hotel 125 persons were crowded when the flames broke out. Only fourteen of them were residents of Chicago. The others were stockmen and farmers attracted here by the live stock show or railway mail clerks and traveling men who could not se cure accommodations at other hotels. All the space possible was utilized. Even the hallway closets contained cots on which men were asleep, though there was not enough room in these improvised bedrooms for a chair in addition to the cot...

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. — 19 December 1902

Lkd emaiNotj SAn amusing wedding ieident occurred recent ly in a remote village. The bride, evidently anx tous at the near ap 3proach of the ceremony hour, sent the brides maids (one of whom was the young man's sister) on to await her at the church. This- action nearly lost her her hus band. When the brides maids reached the church they observed the punc tual bridegroom patient ly waiting at the chan cel steps. The lonely misery of his position touched their hearts, and instead of waiting in the oorch for the heroine of bhe day they good na uredly walked down the isle and stood beside im in silent sympathy. Vhereupon the organist pened the proceedings, the clergyman began the service, and the bridegroom was nearly united in matrimony to his own sister before any one had the presence of mind to utter a word of warning. The momen tous question, "Wilt thou have this woman?" had been reached when the bride opportunely appeared. and, after explanations and apologies, the cere mony was be...

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. — 19 December 1902

News I Telegraphic Service ... THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to the teregra -hi service it is receiviug giving the latest of the world's most important happenings at least twelve hours sooner than they can be read in any caper coming to the city from the east or west. In addition to the telegraithic service of Union Associated the Dits ?er 7re ceives a Ta "1oný the , • . .. .1 t 1 k er ce - service . ry, -L eqal rP?-s tli O ,D&OZ-D a f'ecicced TI, is glad to note taat the majority ci its readers apreciate its efforts to give them a clean readable and u-to-date daily Doaer, and while the telegraphic news is received at a great expense, the zmanagement f,:eels that the naoer would not be keeping abreast with g::wino,1 C?..ins without it. Iwor. 1Pmbum1.e aewm.elear. entered for tranUla.ton throunh tbe mIaiIat econdcut r:lase ILALOAD TIME TAltta. EAST. No. 6, 11:58 a. m. No. 8, 1:47 a. m. SNo. 10, 12:15 p. m. S WEST. ' " .' ,/ No. 5, 3:04 p. m. '.P' N...

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