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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 22 December 1902

Ap ted by Monkey -, e-t Companionship in Suburb of Chi cago--Little Foundling Has Been a Protege of Jocko From Her Early Kittenhood, UT in Washington I Heights, Chicago, there is a cat that lknows all S, about the strenuous life: in fact, it has never lived any other kind. Several rmonths ago-before its eyes had beern opened to the great world's it: difference-the eat was a little waif, left on the doorstep of David Miller. The misery of the kitten at first at tractedl no atten tion. Then, at a time when assist ance was h~adly needetl. a f:"ienly l"ha::d xas out streche hd, ant sih:e then puss has hadl a surfeit 1 of attention. The kitten be same a foundling -the ward of the queerest, homcii cst fester parent that ever lived--an African monkey. with a record fc: l:iiling chickens and stealing eggs. Iocko, !during the three years of his life, t:al been accused of almost everything else but being sentimental. He ran at little girls with pink frocks who passed on their way to school: h...

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. — 22 December 1902

xery ma s. tAi hough this is a little previous, you are doubtless " ;preparing for the event. We invite you to inspect our line of Dinner 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. P. DEI OUIN H'dw Co. Office Over First National Bank. Special Not ive to all y ont ' men, old men, widows, gi' is and married women, to all just married or wantin;g or waiting to be married and wanting Homes, Tramps, o: (),id lichhelors. .pin-sters or Grass WTiows. N. B.-S. L. Cary has :3(0; City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at prices from 300 dollars to 51)00, cheap at double the price on long terms at a low rate of interest. SP EC;I O,-, Tihavec twv ,ty I I. ': io .,.. li (d u for ti(1 bi.r:.1 Cvi ,) -. ' ill bi tild a t lu. n 'in ,li li r t '- l l rll i r t1o l " 111 pi' a(i.·11. I1 ' corne " for .' .I. , ;..: " ij.:: j 1 ) ,!' Iu : ri] ,1i ,lv >1 "...

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. — 23 December 1902

oth at ST R r your money back." JENNINGS I VIY REiCOR. VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, DECEMB4R, 28 1902. NUMBER 3. Walker 'fwr Less Jennings Comercial Guarantees Maniufaurers freedom rom Taxation ll the Year 10. Sels it for Less na Rice Milln Co., N. .'LIMITED, JENNINCS, LOUISIANA. : .' W. DUSON, President. A. R. McMURTTLY, Vice-President. PaL. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary. S . -IN CONNECTION WITH Star Rice Milling Co., LIMiTED, CROWLEY LOUISIANA, -AND S:White Swan Rice Mill Co., LTMITIED, MORSE, LOUISIANA. These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On account of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage of some of the 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 Advances made on all rices stored with us to be milled. DR. O. E. TERRY . STRUCTIO,...

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. — 23 December 1902

'-,P 13U AcE .l *e p-q;A- In, °Thanct' ,Quite 6ijtraodidatIay i5s the marrlclde awhich i reported 'from Algiers, the, capitail of the French dependency ·of -Algeria. 'Npt very far from that town kltlt an old man, upwards of 112 years of age, with three of his sons. the eldest of whom is 75, while the youngest was to him, at least, a juve nilet of 66 summers. The-three sons felt aggrieved because their father had not gone over to the majority and left his property to them. He was, however, still hale and hearty, so they frequently exhorted him to divide his estate between them, a cool proposal which he naturally enough stoutly de clined to entertain. A few evenings ago, as the venerable patriarch was returning homeward with a mule laden with dates, his eldest son went out to meet, and after confronting him with an ultimatum which he rejected with contempt, pulled out a pistol and shot him through the heart. The mur derer and his brothers then took flight, but they were captured a...

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. — 23 December 1902

Oharles :San Fran p Is visiting refit out in the , e. and arriv Sridge just west S + left his horse tno a deep ravine to 1-scover some lost ih e is covered with a t :undeibrush and close necessary to avoid over nimals. Hearing a noise it'not far away, Dolan miway through the bushes 'direction, and suddenly came f immense grizzly bear. Dolan fuengtly encountered animals of species and was not at all discon ted. He threw up his hands and eat the bear, expecting as usual t ie 'ould take fright and de trunigave an ugly growl and made 0foa Tim, and the latter made for the l-earest tree, which fortunately was " 'doily a short distance away, but even so, bid it not been for Tim's dog, who distracted the bear's attention for a Smoment by attacking him in the rear, Dolan would never have reached shel ter. Tim was barely out of the bear's reach when the animal stood on his hind legs and reached up toward him. The bear made no effort to climb, being ,kept occupied most of the time in de "fend...

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. — 23 December 1902

mmd mu iO Matter. awl C.tperela= flea.m tamede charte drawn. i eetittes at 'Lake Charles and m' Ew.;ter frnishla trellable ab Soampayrack & Tooner, ATTOWNEYS -and OUNSELOQIS AT LAW. ,O i eem  4, atliseas Bankl, J*asnige. tem . Oemmsrelas bleksh. Lake Charles. Sp Esasms eas4a by lang Daenas. bPenes. Master L. Painter , iShop on Main Street, opposite of the Racket store. Io es ewtimantem srOven on applies m ~e : ig pries and lrst-class work. Co Soads Given It Requlre6. b F. S. SPENCER., th SArchitect. 'i Offoie Over Postorfice, JENNINGS, LA. in A. H. BHumphrey, Architect and Builder. r '1oom 5, Scott Building. d PHONE 102. 01 McCON & CO. ic General Contractors, ti DERRICK aWO;KAli A fi;., CA&L'!. ri Plans, Specifications and Estiaste hI furnished. B. A. RICH HAR T, Public .uctioneer0' REANOKE, LA. I solicit your patronage and guaraz tee satisfaction. Mr. Horse Owner. ' W WZ e after your tgade in the food line. We are after it with good, clean, honest feed; with prompt ...

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. — 23 December 1902

ati lig pu wi si dore ab pAREa SEPERABLE at Sold By MANS, L( The Shoe-Man. CLOTHING l Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing d Goods going n in At Cost Price g. Before buying call around and be con- ar vinced. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES to FOR SALE. al ROSEN BROS. Formerly occupied by the New York Store. BON-TON h I have added to my stable tl several new rigs. Any one , favoring me with an order is will get a neat turnout. ai OPEN DAY AND NIGHT c Yours to please at all hours. al el M. 8. PO[' U'. ti Torn Wing p Restaurant (1orlet'ly Calilornia '3ta  runt I Best Meal in the City for 25c `Ihor'lt t {r d ' r- :a s r arrill.1 . St Iat, t e t, N r:h of N)t' . DRESS K I NG .i F.. it Office Over O'it .ýD:ig Stm, t~oom 12. CHINESE LAUd DRY, are r a-O.iO1t1ttc, d I )Llr,] i re> st.-. class. Hong Lee, Proprietor. LLO W. J. L LLS Acetylene Gas Generators aI llr | .nld liltm Ilolu te m t- h i that will OdRS. WOOD & WOO DM. D. JULIA STODDARD WOOD, M. D. WILLIS S. WOOD. M. D. of women anl chil...

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. — 23 December 1902

` ar " Public. l ad nd Oil0 Mattes miea erpersem Titles maimed eat c rer drawn. 1l aCetilites at Lake Charles and + CrOowley for furnlshIns -ellable ab. somaete at wn ail ld. Sompayrack & Toomer, SJrrTTOlrNEYS and * OUNSELO,1S AT LAFW. •i 3Oeaem 4kr, Otiaes Ban, J.enints. 4eem U, I mmntal bloek Lake Charles. Spe mee uemseedS byy ZDistaune Phoes. c iii H. Thoma, , _. Master Hi Painter. t -Shop on Main Street, opposite of 1 the Racket store. uos Pree tat given aon apllcatl: fe :Uyv puloes and first-class work. co, aods Given Ii Required. , J bu F. S. SPENCER. the Architect .v' n" Office Over Postofric, . JENNINGS, LA. in, .. H. Humphrey, Architect and Iol Builder. d 11 Room 5, Scott Building. dr PHONE 102. of SMcCON & CO. i General P'a Contractors. til ualEIca wOIK A h:*;"4ALTKo re Plans, Specifications and Estimatel ha furnished. B. A. RICHNART,. Public w Auctioneer. A tijANOKE, LA. rr I solicit your patronage and guaraw tee satisfaction. w MJIr. Horse I! Owner. 40 PF WE ...

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. — 23 December 1902

pu wi Ahg do C ol the hU pa oo r ARE AFU NSEPERABLE alt bu .Sold By MANS, U The Shoe-Man. CLOTHINGl . Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing de Goods going ne At Cost Price i Before buying call around and be con- an vinced. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES to FOR SALE. ar ROSEN BROS. Formerly occupied by the New York Store. BON -TON (4 I have added to my stable several new rigs. Any one at favoring me with an order is will gh t a' neat to rnout. at OPEN DAY AiND NIGHT c Yours to please at all hours. al MS . 8. P. C2.- . ii ti Toni Whig pi Restaiurant e MRS. 'i. J. UH- ERi -h r Fi .r" ' i ' : i 41 Fit i : Office Over Owli'; St)r4 , uoom 12. CHINESE LAU DRY All w ii c:trUl'! , tic ly from b(i - 442' 4 ..4 -ti.. )i lir e are reasot(l t i- id ; ut Ai_ ', firl, -ClIa i:S. Hong Lee, Proprietor. CALL ON W.J. Jo riLLS Dt1. 5. 01"0 IT I iIl)IN ;. "OR Acetylene Gs Generators C:all tonl ot .00 in . 30:1 ' )t n'u llullt tll . .h: Ii \Will OS. WOOD & WOOD RI. D. SIPECI T lI S'I"'. JULIA STODDARD WOOD, ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 23 December 1902

ek. prd h .Ye; - o heyall will tec ou how heavenly AnTe spirit sees troaikt ad ,a ..o . 'And leaven -dr=aiws .close y4-As f'ar :' Sucr h who!e ome 1laccs be. away,' . . ,'IE you seek the sou.'s warm summer, too, As you whistle off each fear. Don't dream, but do! Work, for the daysare fleet and few. 4Don't dream, buit dd! *Don't sit at home with your brain-born book You may .worry over God's grinding laws, rAnd balance questions and pry and look You may probe and probe for the great Askance at this, or wonder how first cause; That squares with some aneent doubt; But an hour of life with an honest thrill Sut get in touch with the throbbing now, Of self-forgetting joy And let your heart go out Will ease your minmd of its moody ill To your fellow-men who are suent and And make you blithe as a boy. blue. The plan is simple; then see it through: Don't dream, but do! Don't dream, but do! -Richard Burton, in Brandur Magazine. STRAPPED IN AN ICE JAM. By Laurence J. Y-tes: That squares with s...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 23 December 1902

'Mle are I 1v bureau, -cover to ! l dainty debut id be ehosen of !deep tint, as -sread over white. taeceiSdary for the ether, so the flowers fiinlshed in valance -fe. An under ruf srie lawn or tam i3-I ecessary to prevent S rent. It should be tjo to- cover the round op and should have the and hemmed at each side F-t.om to allow it to hang t down around the bedposts. Den Deovatton. i: Pdd deeoration for a "den" is in ;orm of a good-sized drapery of . tiLther, soft brown in shade and i "a design of pine-tree limbs cut nit. The peculiar feature of oration is that, let in behind Se -brtaehes, Is satin, colored to sug geat- a sunset sky. The tints are red ,7 ish brown, harmonizing with the .., the .yet warm enough to suggest rich sunset to"'. The leather is in osed in a scroll of etching work, col S.:or.idn brownigh olive tones, and at t~' .etop of the simulated frame has b-een laced "a cluster of pine cones in bu t work. The pine-tree limbs are shaded in pyrographic effects. "hP ...

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. — 23 December 1902

itbis is a Xtt , you are deubtses .p.paring for the event. We invite you to inspect our line of Dinner Sets, Fancy Chinaware, Parlor Lamps, Mirrors, Medal lions, Plaques, Statuary, Bric-a-brac Carving Sets, Guns for the Sportsman andmany other things suit able for Christmas gifts. A. P. DISROUIN H'dw Co. S. L. CRRY 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, Tradips, 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 $500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a low rate of interest. SPECILAh OFFER. I ha ve twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build a t.hojsand dolliar house will sell an inside lot for two hundred dollars or a corner for .', Ilo. A lso 1200 feet on Rail Road Side Track. Will isell to Lum ber :vrd,. W\,rk i ...

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. — 24 December 1902

4. - ..VOLUME III. JNNINGSOWUISIANA, WEDNESDAY,. .rt X34 N24 . Oi NUMBE~t8 Walker0 --I Sito Less II - r S I 'e Funi ti Year 110. eSells It for Ls -;es s v . ,: : - " "o | a u - t m a Rice Millina_Co., UNIWTED, JENNINGS, LOUISIANA. S W. W. D(BON, President. A. R. MoMURTRIY, Vice-President. P. L. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary. -IN CONNECTION WITH Star Rice Milling Co., MITED, CROWLEY LOUISIANA, - ANID White Swan Rice Mill Co., LIMITED, MORSE, LOUISIANA. These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On eccount of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage ot some of the 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 Advances made on all rices stored with us to be milled. DR. C. E. TERRY Physician a Surgeon Special attention given Surgery, Sur gical Diseases and Disea...

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. — 24 December 1902

T· ;I s: it ,2~ 3 ~ x Y·A +E ' :,. .. A' º ACB OF' 8:·. ?4J L DS.. `,`KY ^y . Y 'MARGUERWE ''TALE R T, ,l9le.1" said .Nolan, in jan of-hand mantr, "what's that fellow. in the ileggings doin' up here?" i he sunam had :passed the meridian, .the shadows wc:e beginning to -all :c Nolan's side. The hop-fleld'code .of courtesy demands that when 'a matn is picking with a "lady" he give her always the shady side. But Nolan, In his perturbation of mind, forgot his manners. "Nothin'," came indifferently from Mollle, feeling the rays pelting down upon her head, and remembering the thoughtfulness of th'e fellow, in the leggings in pulling the fullest vines down on her side. "Say, Mollie," asked Nolan, persua sively, after a half-hour's silence, dur ing which time several couples had changed sides so that the girl might have the benefit of the shade, "what, was he hangin' round you all mornin' for?" "Nothin'!" The black eyes were stubbornly glued to their work, while beads of perspiration stood ...

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. — 24 December 1902

- as the ttverineht e so ighty Hunter. emperor has just cele str h. anntversary of his la "' as .a portsman. Germany being r .' ri r c. land of statistics, it ss f ther enig ftit :an exact ree- a oidi stave been ke9pt of his ma- t J sa bw" It is oanounced, on e o gadd oSal gures, that since t 'started shooting and hunting thirty a Yoar ago the emperor has accounted I aor no less than 44,448 head of game. a Invitation From Dead Man. A resident of Walthamstow, Essex, EUngland, had rather a bad shock the c other evening. He received a letter a the address of which was in the 1 handwriting of a friend who had been dead six months. Upon opening the 1 missive he found it to be an invita- a tion to lunch. The letter had been I nearly a year in transit. More Arbitration. The world's arbitration tribunal, which has just settled a dispute be tween the United States and Mexico, has another question to arbitrate, this time between Japan and England, Ger many and France, over the rights of forei...

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. — 24 December 1902

:A? LAW. s:" ,,, Speates N Ni W1 of Ito , asteW tw 'Pintr ! 16 Shop on Main ,Street, opposite the Racket store. 'r * eUmtate given on e appla va prkoes and nrst-clas work. 0 , oas Givn It Requlred. F. S. SPENCER. Architect. Offlee Over Postortfice, T JENNINGS, LA. n at A. H. Humphrey, 'e Architect and be Builder. a' tenm S, Scott Building. h' PHONE 102. McCON & CO. b General Contractors " k DmRIC AL WORK A PaCIIALW. Plans, SpecAcatlons and Estimate furnished. Z. C. BARKER. L. COTTON. BARKER & COTTON, 9 Real Estate a-. Immigration a Agents ýz f Room 12, Coffin-Jaenke JENNINGS. LA. Building, s & w Mr. Horse Owner. 4P * St are afte your ytrad the feeo i ne. We are after It with 5o6d, eclean, honest feed; with prompt Ser ice, ftall weightes and right prices. It doeen't matter to s whsther h e e ny ] ifed for one herse or a hundred-we want to sie you what feed you but. FAIN & KRIELOW The New .Era Bakery , AND AA N- D---- CONFECTIONERY,. FreshPies and Cakes every day. ': ....

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. — 24 December 1902

W storm. .. ' while thi Hn the lea blinding pane. Althoi fiercely old fashi in one o0 " of New ' S i and cos; :merrily place an could de adorned ARE there w. INSEPERABLE childret the -orl Sold By whose s MA NS, bya st The Shoe-Man. a gentc son wit! the line The ! stern aw pressio hidden Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Goods going was nol in silen At t riceying l Before buying call around and be con- man tu vinced. "'Tis lil STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES His v FOR SALE. had subject ROSEIN BOswill pe * Theti: tfdmarrie Formerly occupied by the New York arrie Store. wishes father, To- Wing ceit ily g ' straigi Restaurantt she wu (Formerly C nalitoroia tRIlctaurant) hood u Best Meal in the City for 25c bert B Short t)r y an a ty S (in ll State Street. N irt I of IDroot. ma Do for wi: DRESSMAKING storm, And all kinds (,0 atter 1 SE i. - ' I . his inl MRS. N. J. PUH?.ER, but hi North of Jennings Ten factory. ng hi, - " angry DR. C. . GILL, D. D. S. bo:e DENTAL SUHGEON. by in oItFit: so lit...

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. — 24 December 1902

..g. + announces a -new Sw, ty:istrictly minvitational, ',u `. onlyi and iced, drinks will lbe A-.orning paper says that a maker ,ft ounterfeit coin was caught fred Ianded. His specialty must have been "copper money. S Two libel suits have gone against titled London women. Did you ever (hear the like? Why, the blooming country will soon be a republic. An English nobleman has provided his automobile with a tank of per fume. That is esthetic, but to prove himself a humane man he should fill another tank with embalming fluid. Morgan has just dropped into Chi cago, says a qispatch, but no harm was done. The mattress trust must have provided for him a soft place on which to light. A New York couple started for the theater to enjoy the imaginary trou bles of others, but changed their minds and got married Instead. They . anted real troubles, not imaginary ones. After thinking it over, the Shah of Persia is greatly displeased at his treatment in London. He is of the opinion that the ordi...

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. — 24 December 1902

,i f ngaport ; h ae ats of Lower'l 4 .: campfret after a * the salmo fontin. alls, or spetted brook trout, with I our tent duly 1 pitched under the t cedars on the S " sre of Squa- 1 ek bke, No. 4, on the line of the 1 "o-*e..yet sometimes bold alid fapid. Xe~awaqka. .r. Stephen Griggs, of.Irooklyn, and t °ayself were taking_ a canoe trip on t these -waters from their source in Mud Lake to their entrance into the I St. John at Edmundston, at the north eastern eorner of the State of -Maine; I and Peter Theriot, of Caribou, was our I guide. He was scarcely out of his . "'teens," a powerful young man physic ally, and skilled in woodcraft, which semeed really first nature to him. He hidew from trapping experience the . entire region of the Tobique; the Green, the Restigouche., and other rivers, and had killed much game, large and He was returning one day from his l tUstomary visit to his line of traps, which run for twenty miles or more, sometimes, and are set for mink, or fox, or othe...

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. — 24 December 1902

Plaques, Statuary, . r va4-brae Carving Bets, uns for the Sportsman andmrany other things suit able for Christmas gifts. A. P. DEROUUEN H'dw Co. S L. 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 $500, 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 $250. Also 1200 feet on Rail Road Side Track. Will sellto Lum ber Yards, Work Houses, Cotton Factories, Wood Working Establishments, Furniture Factories or to first-class business houses of all kinds, Who'esale -Grocers, Agricultural and other m.'chiner...

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