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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 19 December 1902

Fj1;I -w7Nbhlici.4 1 · :i- l ,i, i . < * inds u mi'M Wa en poration uIRu .umuned MilS hatVr5 drawn. Iljpeal.l ftCilitle ft t khb Charles and 4i OCbwley ftor tfranii reiable hb 'at it or tre oil em. Sompayrack & Toomer, ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS AT LAW. 0O6.: Som 4, Citizens Bank, Jemnlnge. Room s, Commercial block, Lake Charles. Ofee eoanected by Locg Dietanee Phones. Benton . .lomas, Master Painter& Shop on Main :;treet., opposite thc Ri.cke store. Free estimates given on applicatloa. -Living prices nnd first-cass work. Bonds Given If Required. F. S. SPENCER, Architect.. Office Over Postoffice, JENN..INGS, LA. Architect and Buikder. Roorn 5, Scott Building. PHONE. 102. McCOCN & CO. General Contractors& DE RIICKi V. (,)1.i ,A SP,,CIALTr?. Plans, Specifications and Estimates 'furnished. B. A. - AT,., I solicit ?yv:: ptr ,:.:age and guaran. tee satis;ctio:a . r - ,- +i- ind,, .. 4+ I-. fund nnc. It i::r.c. . liit -4-F f o ", '-"2 '-~ ~'s.+ .. . rew Ho':i! m, :....

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. — 19 December 1902

AlI the News i Telegraphic Service THE RECORD wishes to call the atten tion of its readers to u.he te egr a ..ic service it is recei;-i.g giving the latest he world's most important happenings at least twelve hours soto:,:.~-r than they can bDe read in any naper coming to the city from the east or west. i In addition to the stelgra;chic 01vice of U ti tG whi:h tlo ic ss i a EE . - .. ,- , L. --" : i" cl nt abreastwit JENN INGS DAILY REGOD. D N. I.. NýXIam Baltor. Publiher and Preprletor. Entered for tranmisialon throtiur t,.ne mailaat second-classTIM BLE.a EAST. ., No. 6, 11:5) a. m. a- .. .. 8, 1:47 it. m. . ;No. 10, 12:15 p. m. ,.. • .: WEST. S/ No. 5, 3:04 p. Im. 04' No. 7. 3:47 n. i. T image's iice i port VidiLspreCad slorms and iap proachi;ng holida,, distractions: interfer-ed somewhat wNiii ie movelent past week. :Otwith standing these featL:r s, the sum total of orders is ut,-factory,t and ahead of any e(qual periodi past five years. At the moment, prices at primary sourc...

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. — 19 December 1902

*,awver and bmw. Titles buanmtn msee arters~ drawn. 8Ci0ll facfiltie at LtIa## Charles and at Crowley for tarnIhdbin reliable ab "stracts of the oil M$18. Sompayrack & Toomer, ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS AT LAW. Omce: Loom 6, Citizens Bank, Jeanings. Room 8, Commercial block, Lake Charles. Ooie connected by Long Distance Phones. ienton L. %onmas, Master PainterA Shop5,1 :lt O'; l, : , . pposi) t Free esti:at--, _..:.:L on application. Living prhc s uBd ir:1:t-c'ass work. Bonds GivAe i; Required. F. S. S>.NCER. .Archi"tecte I. Office Over lPostoffie. jA, N: GG, LA. A. H. i: <;-- he y, Arci it.,ct and Buicier. 1oomr 5, .l Bu'uding. PHvN 0 it2. McCONQ & CO. Oener:a Conr .. orsAP Plans . '. P :,.ci .t: ...,s and Es imates turn shed. B. A. ;HA T, I s rlic : . ad guamran. .ee s:.:. .: .:.. e , .. ...... ..-, -,. =.   , ; - II P, . , . • S O : ." " " M L J. . BUHLER, North of .Jnnings ,Tc fact.Er i' . .. . .{ . ... . " . . .. • , ... . ,, , : , You Can complete a business...

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. — 19 December 1902

Good Fruit or Profitable Fruit. Good fruit does not by necessity al ways mean profitable fruit. In fact, it is quite seldom that fruit is of both good quality and profitable. This is certainly the case west of the Alle ghany mountains. East of that point there are regions that grow both good and profitable fruit. In that great region known as "The West" the most profitable apples are those of only fair quality, but long keepers and good shippers. In all this region the fight for and against the Ben Davis apple has been on ever since that apple was originated. But in spite of ,the fact that it is not of high quality ,it has made headway against all op position. It has pushed into all parts ,of the country, has passed over the Alleghany mountains and has invaded New England in force. How has this been possible, when it was so roundly dispraised? It was because orchard planters had found it to be a very profitable apple. They were always sure of getting a crop of apples when they plant...

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. — 19 December 1902

A HOLY NATION. r -6nward with the years. i ale `lth the seasons; let her ' harahness, the oppressorsa ears; i Ilpened recompenses that shall 4ilrenme amends for sorrow's long ar 'Tears; Drop holy benison on hearts that ache; Pt clearer radiance into human eyes, And 'set the glad earth singing to the skies. Clean natures coin pure statutes. Let us GAINS `.LADE BY LABOR In the current issue of the American Federationist, the official organ of the country, a brief resume is given of the work of each of the past twenty one conventions of the American Fed eration of Labor. It shows a continu ous growth since the first convcntion was held in Pittsburg. Nov. 15, 1SSI. At that convention the name "Federa tion of Organized Trades and Lahor Unions of the United States aind Can ada" was chosen. This was changed at the Columbus convention, in 188;, to the present title, the American Federation of Labor. The resume is good reading for the student of the labor movement. It shows the oh stacles t...

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. — 19 December 1902

A Merry Xmas. Although this is a little La previous, you are doubtless preparing. for the event. to We invite you to inspect Bt our line of Dinner Sets, Fancy Chinaware, Parlor to Lamps, lMirrors, lMedal- M lions, Plaques, Statuary, b Bric-a-brac Carving Sets, Guns for the Sportsman and many other things suit able for Christmas gifts. a A. P. DROUSN H'dw Co. ? eFirst Nat ^ne_ 5 b Special N,(: ,' 1t( .: l ' "'1..'. . .0 . (1( ! (n' . v:1id mi l'. a ; " i li" t 11 1'1l' ( . ICO ,n o , to all just pn '.: (';0r ,' Wo (i or waiinU' to ~e n r'i,,d .nd antin" ens T raml  o ' l , . . , .; ()1' (a l'::`:: \\'i '.:;. N. 13.-- L . iL the tbi: 1! 01 nn prices frot), :.'l (il!l ' hia, " d(' , - lil t, the " () lo ' ill it low rate (o ill{ 'l . 1(1' I v - -. . .i : :' , , '. ' , 1 ', ' ' ' '.;. . ... .- .. i. '-; fou .. U. - t l'()t'l'l , ,1 ; . 1; . . : l . · . ·. :. '. '!rl; 1·\ . . +,l'id gt':: I" t : ,: , . : ' .i: ',t! *'111 . o ,Val I: " . 1 .1 u" . .. ., :" ,. , _ . , i.- , . , . t ...

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. — 20 December 1902

.! at ,N'S or money b J NiNNOG DAILY RECOR r-(Sa- IVOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY , DECEMBER, 20 1902. NUMBER 3' 0. alker y I for Less Jenninus Commerial League Guarantees Manufacturers reedom From Taxation Until the Year 191. Sells it for Less ':been fortunate in se *ns*aryale line of single i barrel shot guns, and  :, een Lnow and Christ ma,. M oadC ita at rock bottom prices. A. F. Derouen Hdw. Co. For every dollar's worth you pirhase at the Owl Drug Store, S eiget, chance on a $35 mani ere set. .DRY GOODS BAZA RR SPECIAL SALE .....FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS I WILL CLOSE OUT A LINE OF.... Dry Goods, Capes, Jackets, Clothing and Waitsts for less than the original cost, this reduction is made to reduce the stock by January 1st as the A. F. Walk er Dry Goods Co., Ltd, will take charge or. that date and the stock must be re duced by tfhal time regardless of price. To get in on the ground floor you must come at once a.s the bargains are going like wild fire, and while lookin...

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. — 20 December 1902

iyhair is the fashion In Paris dyii e ;is cast-aside. ltother `duel has been fought on rench 'soil; fierce combat; nobody killed. The American heiress whose name was not on that European syndicate's list must feel very cheap. Hawaii's latest scandal proves that Honolulu is making a desperate effort to get in the St. Louis class. M. Marconi is still trying to accom plish results without the use of wires. What if he should get into politics? A prominent Mexican boasts that he owns 1,000,000 cattle, 500,000 sheep and 250,000 horses. He is a hog. To ascertain just how many of us there really are cost the census bureau about $12,000,000, or 15.5 per capita. High noon is the proper hour for a wedding in high life. When it comes to a divorce any old hour is good enough. Uncle Sam is now at peace with all the world. Both Crazy Snake and the sultan of Bacolod have promised to be good. Mascagni has discovered that an American cocktail makes music. Two or three of them, however, are apt to c...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 20 December 1902

s, not longer, in the town, but time misfortune had e itfdst of the Parker swevre sickness to the to a careworn mother, .tosix .little mouths. How ethr worked and worked 2 .ha washings, which she i. And yet money came ' r~1 slowl for pressings needs, 4 things were so very dear. In i~ti as she often said, if it were not Tor Robin, the eldest of the family, she'd aever be able to keep up. Baut Ro'bin, with the courage of ma turer yeas, assumed his share of the fnamily care and it had given him a serious expression not generally be longing to a boy of eleven. He sold "pae.s in the evening, and the money .from this source, together with that re a ved' from whatever odd jobs he could dad about town, was always im ediately placed in his mother's hands for the common welfare. iMr. Parker had been unable to pro -: re steady employment for some time back, andl the constant worry and anx iety which this caused had at last over .come his strength. The little hoard of money which bad been put...

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. — 20 December 1902

-, iiHt . ha l an 'nl am? d OiqH Ml lMta U e rpemtlhm a -a . ols ue.msd-t baerr ra.ws. ts btat the edll `1ld j ampay~ack & iToamt, ATTORNEYaS and COUNSELORS At LAW. FOIem atn 4, aasHss 3. lasm n4. A 3. Omusele bisklAteh sems. .-@ae. ao bl Diios llhemw. 5eatom 8omsu C Master Painters ,Shop on Main Street, opp site the Racket store. Sree estmate ga oven an pplicatm. vhg pzies and Mstcaas work. 11 P "o Given If Regubed. Fr. . SPENCLE P P Architect.. t, Offloe O)ver Postoffic,. Zi JENNINGS, LA. A. H. Humphrey, g Architect and s Builder. Room 5, Scott Building. s PHONE 102. McCON & CO. a General s Contractors0 DEKIRIOK WORK A SPk0CLALTI. j Plans, Specifications and Estimates turnished. B. A. RICHHARTI d Public a .Auctioneer.' RO)ANOC1:'. LA. e I solicit your patronage and guaran tee satisfaction. S Mr. Hore v Owner. * it W are after yanur trade in the food I ino. We are afPer it with good, 1 clean, honeit fr:d; with prompt ser vice, full weights nd right prices. It I(] doean...

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. — 20 December 1902

ARE NSEPERABLE .Sold By MA NS, The- Shoe-Man. CLOTHING 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. ROSEN BROS. Formerly occupied by the New York Store. BON-TON SI have added to my stable several new rigs. Any oue favoring me with an order will get a neat turnout. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Yours to please at all hours. M. S. POCf" .. Tomn Wing Restau rat t (Formerly (ltlifornia et: lrallt) Best Meal in the City for 25c Short , rtn-,rr n .'pe.iatity. Statel Street. Norl h It of 1).,lot. DRESSMAK ING And all kind.t ,f D). . . 6 ni, ~ . D S. DMENTL SNU.J ... .N . omice Over Owl Drag Store, RIon 12. CHINESE LAUf:,vDRY All workt car!ul yl dý.ne by hand,whic1 ireven\ lt. y, u 'r Cithe- I from being dataged. OUr jtic-S are reasunai.leh, and ',ur \iw*or i: ti rst-cl ass. Hong Lee, Proprietor. Cor. St,: n, d alI)vies s, CALL oN W. . ONILLS lI)A l'EiR O1 U',OLT Acetylene fas Generators ('all intl tte ...

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. — 20 December 1902

Ainheaster :-Tam Wit Sodedhok aderoarrefal l` , = a at .only 2.00. Deaess sela ea for las. This makesa serviceable aliroadl ma withi reach of everyboildy's ocket bLok. ebter ShOt uns outshoot sanl outast the .most eip i n.. double barsrel gms and are Just a rellablebesides. WINCHESTER REPEATINp ARMNsCO.,. NaE HVIN,-CONN.. TRY ME MUSTANG LINI.ENT THE GREATEST DI E REM EDY FOR. P L The golf girl goes a'golfing In the giddiest of gowns. The sun shines sultry on he In the surliest of frowns. O'er the green she chases gayly In a fier-ce perspiring march, But her clothes don't show a wrinkde 'Cause she used Defiance Starch. AT ALL GROCERS 16 OUNCES FOR 10 CENT Manufactured by The.Defiate Starch (o., OMAHA. NEIL JANUARY BUYING 'There is no time llke .Tanar ftor satisfactory buying. The holiday rush is over nod the early SprinY trade has nort yet begun. In January you al ways get fret pick of all the earliest cprinl goods and theore is ample time to fill and ship your orders with greater...

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. — 20 December 1902

Ion the cert : in I to t i: Ig 1.30 T -go style. whi table, sb- Tin ,waist line wea : o ,demanded 0, ohion as well Sby common mui are i Therefore, the me hou-lass figure wri to its proper whi uiOUrgs disfigure- Z eactsed by savage fast -cultivated ones all abc from time immemor- knE or r ft to the most civilized mu e to squeeze the vital mo «,hai " G Fof Sdhane int P:' hthe pro er nsp. ior Sexm S sot I me i thi tal r sh wi kn er ou clk The Hour Glass Figure. th organs out of their natural position in and to consider the result graceful of and elegant, while the gentle savage Ca pays her tribute to fashion with her ears, nose lips, teeth and skin. ' Perhaps at the very head of the list °of fashionable mutilators is the habit of boring holes in the lips, nose and ears in which to display ornaments. The ear is obviously the most tempt ing member for this purpose, and surprisingly large and heavy objects which stretch the lobe out of all nat *'ral shape are a joy to the savage Leart. A...

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. — 20 December 1902

,wry i, j iL E B E! We iite y'ou to inspect oour line of fDinner Sets, Fancy Chinaware, Parlor Lamps,, Mirrors, Medal lions, Plaques, Statuary, Bric-a-brac Carving Sets, Guns for the Sportsman and many other things suit able for Christmas gifts. A. F'. D3 OU_-N HIdw Co. O',e Oeyr First National Bank. Special Notice to all young nmcu, old men, widows. gi, Is and married women, to all just married or wanting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes, Tramps, to (,! Bachelors, , pinsters or Grass Widows. N. B3.---S. L. Wtry has :lho City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at. prices fronm :ai dollars to $300, cheap at double the price on long terms at a low rate of interest. SPEOI OFFER I lia ( t\et'il y 1Ili !s not (cetupied and for the iirct coustner w-ho will build a thou.i (i  lia hito 0 ,' will :(il an inside lot. 'or twiu 0tulldr'ii dolut rs or a corner hii :A . Al7 1-.'0 icei on l, il 1oad SkiS t Trnck. Wiil sell I`) Loun ber iY::;. ,.irk i> T;,o0sc. (ntoon 1 etor...

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. — 22 December 1902

oneys worth at STERN'S or your money back." '  J NNINGS DAILY RECORD. . VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, MONDAY, DECEMBER, 22, 1902. NUMBER 301. / Elker ILess Jeiss Commercial eague Guarantees Hanufacturers Freedom From Taxation Until the r 1910. Setl. it for Less isiarna Rice MillinQCo LIaTED, JENNINCS, LOUISIANA. 'W. W.'DUSON, President.' A. R. McMURTR Y, Vice-President. P. L. I4AWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISONpsSecretary. -IN CONNECTION nWITH -Star Rice Milling Co., LIMITED, S CROWLEY LOUISIANA, ---AND White Swan Rice Mill Co., LIMITED, MORSE, LOUISIANA, These mills are under one management t Iis season, the same as last. On account of faifr and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage of some of th . largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, Calcasieu and Vermilion Parishes. We-Use Our Hulls for Fuel WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken Feed. Liberal Pdvances made on all rices stored with us to be milled. D...

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. — 22 December 1902

/iew.Carnegie recently re, from an old lady in Dun ;~e, Scotland, a printed ap '/'teafor 30oo pounds made in the chartist days to defend his uncle S-from a charge of conspiracy in holding a meeting that had been dispersed by the sheriff. Mr. Car negie had another uncle who was a strong political agitator, and of these two and a Republican grandfather the millionaire has been telling stories. He. remem bers the cavalry parading the streets of Dunfermline to quell riots. When the mob surround ed the town house, where the imprisoned uncle was held, he was asked by the provost to ap pear at an upper window. This he did at 2 o'clock in the morn ing and delivered a soothing speech. "All my friends," he said, "will fold their arms. Now, walk peaceably to your homes, maintain the peace and obey the laws." Many a noble family, Mr. Carnegie thinks, "might be push ed to produce so good a title to their peerage. It is not a bad foundation that one of our fami :ly was in jail for defending 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. — 22 December 1902

SMAAKES HIS R THE WEALTHIEST HEIlRESS IN THE WORLD. , I The will of l-lerr Krupp. the great gun manufacturer, left the works at Essen to the testator's elder daughter. Bertha, to be administered by the wid ow until the daughter attains her majority. The great gun factory and subsidiary properties are estimated to be worth $75,000,000. This makes Fraulein Bertha Krupp far and away the wealthiest girl in the world, the next being Miss May Goelet, who was Royalty in Congress. Prince Jonah Kunis Kalauiauole, who represents Hawaii in the next house of representatives, is the first royal person to enter the congress of the United States. Already there is much speculation as to just how he will be addressed. He is called at home "Prince Cupid." Those who want to avoid such familiarity desig nate him as Prince Kunio, which is correct. Some may insist on "Mr. Kalauiauole." but the name is so long and so intricate in vowels that it is feared few who are not acquainted with the Kanaka language...

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. — 22 December 1902

"otary Pu.'blic.# and andil Mitters si ,erapuut'ema r muse emamfue ean inst. ewn. I **ol t fattes at In1. Charles an ils omr0r ~r tutralnsls an tabl ,b sfats or d hoi e°ad.n Sompayrack . Toomei , sATOPI NYS ..ad COUNSZLOS AlT LAW. oIn sees u, aSaa.. amb, smeIna. eams mssma. s b le Zate i a mesu. .' MasteL r Fainter i Shop on Main Street, opposite 1, the Racket store. tr re ea timates given on appliclle I., ag'b prices and nrst-class work. oands Given If Required. d F. S. SPENCER. " Architect.o t' Offlice Over Postofrice, n JENNINGS, LA. St ci JA. H. Humphrey, Architect and n Builder. A .Room 5, Scott Building. " PHONE 102. s McCON & CO. General ContractorsA e DE1UICt WOOZK A st:; cIALT' . O Plans, Specifications and Estimates a furnished. B. A. RIC" HART, - Public  ,l i .. I solicIt pcun !i.ronag and guaran tee risr.·tion. Ow -s. ý f'; F t A e. a r your trade In the rce, Y li::. io are after it with ooe(, crlean. hcuo : feed; with prompt aor t:c-. ran: we:::ht5 and right pr...

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. — 22 December 1902

°HOES OF THE DRESSED MEN ARE INSEPERABLE Sold By MA N S, The Shoe-Man. Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Goods ~going .i Cos Priceu Before buying call around and be con vinced, STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR SALE. OSEa BROS. Formerly occul>ied by the New York :tore. BONoTON < SI hav e added to my stable several new riis. Anlly one favoritl;" me with an order will ,', aa nG eat turnout. OPEN D.AV A 'D NIGHT' Yours 1o ]has(,e at all Oe s. Fr-t l,  :a u r, -ITt Best r cal in :.heQ>7n i ocr 2 Of'ice Ovc ii,, ' " w C , . - H "I ,'. All ;.wo.r- i . hand, wiicZ ! :i HICNor-" .. ..: . .... , Call b 'i 8 ie . r 'lim'_ mite, i U.' i,' lS1.-('J I:.T. Hong Lee, ProrthoIanCr. CDr S :p:l:;i C)r.e; C- ON W. . LLS Aceliylere is c enrators totdr.r . It gi yes stnOtIL reL -iliqhf an lt ev ORSc. WtO/aD & WOW3o D !t. D. JULIA STODDoAtD WOOD, IW. D. WoLLisn S. WOOD. Ms. D. Hu~,tnd atni wi u. uit, . d itqrus.'" eat r ~lholic ti;nrch, South Miain St. Dyspepsia Cure irgests what you eat. ...

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. — 22 December 1902

V 7%, 'c -.WIL 5014 Direct Hal's Great Season. Direct Htal. the unhaaten son of Di rect. with whom Ed Goers swept down the grand circuit in sensational vic tories, concluded his triumphant ca reer at Memphis by winninig his sec ond stake of the meeting, which mark ed l)ireet Hal'.- thirteenth victory of the year. There was no thing entered in the Cotton stakes offer'ed for pacers of the 2:14 class that was thought to hayve a chance(' with (Gers' hbc:!: Ibeau ty and \when th,,, hotting was displayed on the heats Dirr,''l ila! was barred. At no time in either 'heat was Goers forcid to, drive this h: ': with Direct Hal, but 'fas Ie.\: .S h -::ug i.n each instail :, the. nliii : h' 1' r 'ed off in Jock 2:L03 and 2:4-. 'iri.t i of bcth Ieats i witut .i:o.:1 si'', iltkii:g back at the stiroy, li .:. 1,;11: h a ld after alighting fI:i i il i'., a i:k h i i l that the ral , \wa' s t 'lt' l: I i i.:nt iiret' la wousld n:: thi- y: ' '. The Co'lh r5 - fthrr v atvi litm tll' vDilli' 'i l: l'...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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