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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 May 1902

,-+,: - ., ". ,, ;.,.. . , r, .,,, .,:.5/ r, ". .a, .s r. q . - ' , ,, ·:: ·i tit,... .... ...L  [iWfAPEh. - .IA O N F H T NEN'G.8 B 1 1N ensamnh 5 a. N. IL. lILLE , Editor and Prop . . i11. _' _ J FINGIS; LOUISIANA TUESDAY. MAY 6, 1902 NME ...... . -· .. . _ ,- - . . ... . , , U I R {c ,  -- . . . . . . . . . . L;e .~ ~ . (mm l M m m | 1 l gernts in Jennings and vicinity for the arris Oil Burner V There are five sizses and pfiti~ru.s cf this lorner designed for various uses and var ious kinds of boilers. They r ange in price from x:5.00 to $25.00, inc.ludia. i,ans and speifitieatins and full instrur:;i.,s for equipping any kind of pIait. 'V rite i,,r circula:rs or call on - - -eywo od B3ros. -N Dobbins I rot-n P1V7o rks, successors to 3BOHM , 1 .. :. ING., - . - LOUISIANA. nAre one of cur ; y -, Spocfal~ es . We carry a rI,-,, line of Hich Cut, Oxfor i: n i s:r.tn ,.l in all the Sleading . ' .-; . "r.v are sole agents for .;u,.[ t.., 1 !; in.:!: akes as Queen g .u ty Sho...

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

`' 'I i:aiIs d" i there are any em vmao tWa Sse.' lists who are in search ofthe -oh are looking for. a caractei"to iem .dyinto a thrillingwomance o;.the she *smglaih5 and wild Iadians, pr ad r sr theArctic regions, or olf war or travel .the i:n Uhe tropics, or of most anything in kil te iaeoftblood eurdling adventure, or ity har-breadth escape, it might be well ma for thenm to call on Frank Lafayette gar Harris, lieutenant U. S. N., retired, who ' -i paleing the elosing days of a very car livel career in the city of Boston. erg Lieut. Harris has done most every- rag thing that a man can do in an ordinary C iles and live to talk about it to his own far grandchildren, and other people's Ha grandchildren at the age of 80 years. ani He has had adventures from "Green- ' land's icy mountains to India's coral arr strand," and at all the intervening points from the 80th parallel of north latitude to Cape Horn and around about the world several times over. He is the only surviving member o...

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

b7,t ses known as ° ts ta es ibottles are tall, narrow ones, with a 'capacity of eight ounceso, r half pint. After being filled "with milk the bot : t1"are corked most .convniently by nans of a wad or plug of cotton bat ting. But of course care must be used that this does not become wet, and the bottles must be kept upright. They :may also be stoppered with ordinary corks which have recently been boiled each time before using, and then less care to keep the bottles upright will be needed. But corks must be firmly tied down, when sterilizing is done, to pre vent their being forced out. To heat the milk in these bottles it is necessary to put them into a boiler upon a per forated false bottom or platform to keep them from direct contact with the bottom of the boiler. Water is poured in around the bottles to the same level as the milk. This water 2' heated, and as the temperature of the milk lags some ten or more degrees behind that of the water, the latter must be raised to the boilin...

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

C. E. WOOTEN Iormerly of North Louisiana. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice In the courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. Offioe, Main st., Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, MASTER P,'INTER. Shop on 'third street, west of Cary a\vonue. Fre-:e l2.-:,ti rnuats (-:-i \on on Ap plicuti,. 1,ivu e" Prices a n d First GCses Wozrk. BOO-DS -IVEN Ii REni . 2.i:,: . . f . \rl. .. Dyspaps C e Digests, .h y.ou eat. This preparatio. c:i:t.ins all of the I digestanu; ,;i di ets all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. Txhe most sensitive stomachs can take it By itsuse many thousandrs of cdy-pentics have been cured aftroivevervrhin.~ else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weal: stormochs thrive on it. First dose relieves. d iet unnecessary. Cures ali stonmac'h -rboues prepared only by E. C. DWF.ITT: & Go., Chlcagne Te Ii.botte contains9'/· tin esthOe . size. i S old ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 May 1902

OXU cMR.-S-J. H. IloiTman, C. A. Lowry, E. 1. Hall, D. Hebert, =LA,. 'M(3 Irlain, A. M. Arthur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. 'An drs. Oollections receive prompt attention. A general banking busi ness transacted. Spring, Gentle Spring. you're come again, the gayest season of the year. The season for renewed building operations is at hand. This is inidicateti by ei: the demand fo} lumber. W\:e're carrying  ]al'-~.e a!;d carefuity st-lect-i sttoclk . ) -r aceilitiý. ""n ;fi r~ able u- to supply an. tlan, inu thoronmrhly sacus'ived lu mo.ber, " shin I l. tib-, t, C. jc. , in l y V luan : . ../ tit3y, at bolt. n p!,,ric ,s. e,.liable mnaterial; prom,0pt t :il.ve'try. J. E. FO).TERZ . ONS. may' 1 . . 1 ..w~saý.v. B. A. O- : i' "i ART, Pub c .Aut io...e r, aan !.:- - .. uisiana, O. . 'e oier Post fic oe, JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. A. H. H'um'phrey, A. c.itect and B i ider . . . . \ .. . : i- " Lilac -N. . , ", . i . " VL," S E"" . ,:' : - _. , 0.;A *.n aver Postrin ce, reN1N:I C, ,,...

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

- '4. y i1F.1 . wc· 'Pt. " s panuisolated< wovld on the altoutness of the I:t, 3but the -saety and eoidd erdt ~~ those on peoard depena on Sibep ewe'to intelligent orders. The . m an who runs mnust rule often; as 4does a chieftain of a half-savage tribe, 'by physical .force. Mr. Frank T. Bul len, author of "The Men of the Mer chant Service," is no advocate of vio lence on the part of officers, but, as he explains, if there is no weight of force behind an order, men will al ways be found who will disobey. One of Mr. Bullen's earliest recollections of sailor life is an incident on board the East Lothian. The men have been demoralized by a cowardly second mate" who was fin ally discharged at Bombay. ries suc cessor was a splendid specimen of a seaman, not too tall. finely proportion d4, and of a very pleasant face. The first morning he was on board we were washing decks. Mr. Eaton, the new second mate, was having a look around the ship, and stayed for ward, where two men were passin...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 6 May 1902

BY SARA L1 J njYt bLE1N N.1 . Copyrig't, 1002. .'bY flaily Story Pub. Co.)r!` r Cerol lnh; iSon wl--' "The 'But I won't," Caroline frowned. ten me . "YoVye been, suc1h a dear;" Miss Van the m _ Horn Ipo~ie. vehemently-it was Miss than t - 'Van Horns- mother who gave the house " colimi .party-"and you look perfectly b@auti- .. Peytoz Slying 'back Among those cushions!. Peyto on't be long until dinner, and he is ;. er's h clever, and you are clever,' from .. ---didn't "'Very well," Miss Nicholson gave a leave little sigh: "Who is he?" she asked,. him; but Miss Van Horn was out of hearing. walls, Miss Van Horn recrossed the long didn't portioo to the vine-shadowed corner and where the hammock swung slowly, want( presented Mr. Barringer to Miss Nich- i life; olson, and departed. but s Miss Nicholson regarded her long, ,her c1( slim hands as if she saw them for the solid first time; she turned' them over and he kr looked attentively at the pink palms. "NL Mr. Barringer's moody eyes were ...

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

es tdn.Qtt_. Taxes Paid for Se; Good Baralns. '250 acres rice land on BasouChene. I 210 acres oil and rice lain :near Mamou Prairie. 162 acres fine rice land near .Guey dan. 11 acres and 6 room house, one mile from Jennings. 388 acres rice land east of Kinder. 40 acres near Mamou very .cheap. Rice mill near Jennings- capacity 200 sacks per day. Lot 90x144 with 5 room house on West Academy street. Lot 90x144 with house on West I Academy street. Lot 60x144 with 5 room house. Lot 22x153 with buildings on Main street. Lot 62x140 with small cottage ,on east Second street. For rent, 7 room house on Church street. And many more. Don't invest un til you have called on or addressed the Southern Realty & Colection Co., JE.NNINI~S, LA. Record Building. See RITCH, the Jeweler, in ilulburt's Bookstore. Jewvely lelp:airino. I':Iad atet' )l,0ician. Eye.. Tested I" roe., dl07tf To Dilcss Trusts. Special -to he . 1nc'nr,. Linehn . ,-b . . , -There was a lau'.e .tt' : nd):,: : t. day at the open...

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. — 7 May 1902

Y, -1 K, E JN NINCGS DAILY RECORD. ,-  .. .. . . - . : " :=  Pbt.DEN. LOCAL N W AP='K. UnPPFII-L .-, OAN .OF TH. TOWN OF JENNINGS. .UI3SCHIPT-iON:5 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLtR. Editorland Froprer47 rOLU M II L "ELMN.II/.. - "N NGS. LOLUISI.AA, wEDDNESAY MAY, 7 190-. I NUMBER 109 " . . - -. _ - . : ole0 Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the oHarris Oil Burner There are five sizes and pt:t.t:-n of this Burner designed for vari'a u uses ,~ d var ious kinds of boilers. Thi.*" r. ixge in price from 45.00 to $25.00, incluldixi~ plans and specifications and full ix:.rn!. i 'ots for equipping any kind of liiant. write for circulars or call on - - - 1leywood Bro:. -- Dobbins Iron -Vorl< s, Successors to SOE -' :i - =,OS. JENNINGS, - - - - LOUISIANA. Are one of our pecialties . . We carry a nice line of High Out, Oxf, . ; :tud Sandals in all the leading styles. \ Ve are sole agents fi,- suir ,elehrated makes as . ueen Quality Shoes, 1 Duttenhofer's, and the Famous Budd's...

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. — 7 May 1902

- -~ 51· : ?4esdt fe W.gh ofFr.f·md .Od s a iblp at sea 1is pL o1asd Vwar .*dt anly 'does the t d SIl#I4 vf e lpend on the atoutneas of the .i ,IeFath it, batetheb.g ety and ."comi~ t,of those on board depend on -obedience to intelligent orders. The .aman. who rules mutt ruse often, as --loes· chbleftain of a half-savage trlbe. bY "physical force. Mr. Frank T. Bul len, author of "The Men of the Mer chant 'Service," is no advocate of vio lence on the part of officers, but, as hbe explains, If there is no weight of force behind an order, men will al ways be found who will disobey. One of Mr. Bullen's earliest recollections of sailor life is an incident on board the East Lothian. The men have been demoralized by a cowardly second mate who was fin ally discharged at Bombay. Hils suc cessor was a splendid specimen of a seaman, not too tall, finely proportion-. .d. and of a very pleasant face. The first morning he was on board we were washing decks. Mr. Eaton, the new second mate, was hav...

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. — 7 May 1902

S ~N'~AYCOL~W~N ^ . :~ im ym DaUIr Story Pub. Co.) Caolie, if you Wili'-" BIIt 4i ain't"' Carioa fo*nep tten f'or~t.been such+a dear' Mbss an the $  ?ro spoke vehemently--ft ag Miss the Van Horn's mother who gave the house coll party-"and you look perfectly beauti- Pei ful lying back amdng those cushions! Pei It won't be leak until dinner, and he is' er'i very clever;- and you are clever, fro and- " i did '"Very well." Miss Nicholson gave a Ica little sigh. "Who is he?" she asked, his but Miss 'Van Horn was out of hearing. wa Miss Van Horn recrossed the long did portico to the vine-shadowed corner any where the hammock swung slowly, wa presented Mr. Barringer to Miss Nich- lii olson, and departed. bu Miss Nicholson regarded her long, he: slim hands as if she saw them for the sol first time; she turned them over and ho looked attentively at the pink palms. Mr. Barringer's moody eyes were fixed qn her. en "It's very hard to amusn clever gil men." Miss' Nicholson's voice was ha - p...

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. — 7 May 1902

3 z '.aoeas· ENorth Louulsema. ATTOINEY AT LAW ANr. NOTARY PUBLICc. Practice in the cours at La' Charles and Crowley.- Char* .-e drawn. . Titles examined. ers :Office, Main st, JenaniPs, BENTON H. TI- A MAC'TERf P bShop on '[hird INTER. ,o I }r street. west of Fre. E ;,ir avenue. pI- ,t'.: . rtes Given on Ap Fir- ato iving Prices an d Bo D rk. B IVEN IF REEQUIRED. SDone io s ul i; or o. ami" : i' , - , i .;"t,;: tL!': I 'L' .1" €, M AN' -.1 r ","h i ;h 1,!, ..: ,,: o xn Rack-t ., 7"1V .< MAR-iK D. R TTIRP. Dysppsia Cure Digests what you eat. This proparatin contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. Bly its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after verything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cures al, stomach troables P...

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. — 7 May 1902

; n j .A. irL i. Hall, D. Hebert, ;A cfl4 bi, ~ A~tbl ~&iId ·Morris, D. D. Andras, B. C. ' l ei tions:receve prompt attention. A general banking busi -,eess trnssla. te " Spring, Gentle Spring. . you're come again, the gayest season of the year. The season for renewed building operations is at hand. This is indicated by the demand for lumber. We're carrying a large and carefully selected stock. Our facilities en able us to supply an\.thlng in thoroughly seasoned lu mber, shingles, ,laths, etc., in any quan mo,=",,,.~/-.t, ity, at bottom prices. Reliable material; prompt d1,li iery. J. E. F -STER & SONS. Phone 1o3. B.UA.. iCM HHART, NJ Public Auctioneer, Roanokc, - - Louisiana. C ' I :oli ", :n" ;,ý1 r J:r Qn : n Iu r tr o M--oura- - i s-' 6. or e Block.. "`-m i 7 ..LC l zh,,, ' .,-. -i .:, .,-, " *" , . 4 - ; 1 " . Y" Q y ) f ' J - I --- . - .  . Arch itects JENNINGC, - LOUISIANA. - A.H. HuM ·hr , Room 5. Lcota 23id`. S '. N '.. -A MRS. N `. . c. U-:.K= , I s T. DA...

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. — 7 May 1902

.......... W % ia athere.; ,e - any embryo romantic two a ieelstst' jib ary An.neardl of a plot etr ' thea . who are looking for a character to ed 0eal dy into a tbrilling romance of the sho western plains and wild Indians. or of bral ,the Arctic regions. or of war or travel the in the tropics, or of most anything in kile the line of blood curdling adventure, or ity :hair-breadth escape, it might be well mal for them to call on Frank Lafayette gar Harris, lieutenant U. S. N., retired, who T 'is paping the closing days of a very car lively career in the city of Boston. era Lient. Barris has done most every- reg thing that a man can do in an ordinary C lifs and live to talk about it to his own fare grandchildren, and other people's Ha grandchildren at the age of 80 years. ant He has had adventures from "Green- '1 land's icy mountains to India's coral arr strand," and at all the intervening points from the 80th parallel of north latitude to Cape Horn and around about the world several ...

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. — 7 May 1902

-r ' , .d 'rt :" let s . 'he bottles known as "sterlisting" bo]tes ae-tsal, harrow ones, with a capaclty bf eight ences, eor halt pint. .s er bing illed with milk the bot •-i are corked mbst conveniently by niesas of a -wad orjlug of cotton bat ting. But of course care must be used 'that ,his.does not become wet, and the bottles must be kept upright, Tey. may also be stoppered with ordinary corks which have rec ntly been boiled each time before -using, and then less care to keep the bottles upright will be needed. But corks .must be fir'dtly tied down, when sterilizing is done, to pre vent their being forced out. To 'heat the milk In these bottles it is necessary to put them into a boiler upon a per forated false bottom or platform to keep them from direct contact with the bottom of the boiler. Water is poured in around the bottles to the same level as the milk. This water is heated, and as the temperature of the milk lags some .ten or more degrees behind that of. the water, the...

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. — 7 May 1902

.na ' Unimproved Clay or or M;. Property  a- nnl N"egotiated. Taxes Paid for St  ion-oresidents4. tenting n Specialty !BSome Goodi Bargalns. 250 acres rice lard on 3ayouChene. d; 210 acres oil an.t rice laud near Mamou Prairie. 162 acres fine rice land near Guey- a duan. 11 acres and 4; room house, one mile front Jennings. 388 acies ri r le:nd cast of Kinder. 40 acres mn ar blan;ou very cheap. Rice mill near Jennings, capacity 200 sacks pert day. Lot 90x144 with 5, room house on West Academy street. Lot 90x144 with house on West t Academy strtet. Lot 60x144 with 5.room house. Lot 22x1453 with buildings on Main street. Lot t:2x 140 with small cottage on east Second street. For rent, 7 rorm house on Church street. And ma:ny ml'of. D)on't invest un til you have culled ,n or addressed the South1i Ralty' & ,lletion Co., .TI.NNLiN S, LA. S~ee ,.2-, ,i, .. J-Jeeer,. in Ilulburt's Bookstore. Jewelry Repairing, Artii.tic Engraving. Graduate Optician. Eyes Tested Free. dlO-ttf Illinois...

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

THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. "I::PENDENT LOCAL.NEWSPAPIE. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS, SUBSCHIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER. Editor and ProprIlto 4OLUME III JENNINGS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MAY 8, 1902. NUMBER 110. Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the ,Harris Oil Burner There ;ire tive sizes an , .. of this Borner cl(csigned foir varhian-. uta,- ?~n1d var i(,u., kid.cds of boilers. Ti,' " :'.. I. r! 1,-ice torontl i.00 to $25.00, ini'e U..'... ,.i:. - :cnd spoe-nit(i alilons and full i,-"~ " - -:j .,rs fitr CequiPinfiZ 'ay kind ,f i . ., a r Cirn;uir,'. or call n - Heywood tBroz-. D ..L e bns Iroti 1o " , *iiucc .essors to -; -, . JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. Are o:-e cT oLur 7eit "1: - ,t, i . i' , Queern .. ý 35bc Dutlen!! v .t::''z- andq; file Famous Budd's Childre:n and Liarne z Shotes. Vie (u Iarm . : It the ch u -i ' t . . L. . dare ll i Lti ' ,t, r. . il ,k i ,' : i in busii ,. t , -Lu',. ; Sry Goos i nt em T.d:e e u-t.s! o ngs, t, S.O T B -....

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

T1HE DAY'S WORK, ' statio geste5 Do the work of the day as well and As you have the wit to do; RT for the best-for the beat will tell The What was the end in view. turne Always your best-it is cheap to shirk; whici The best makes the worker glad; their And people remember the better works Fobrgetting the weak and bad. tured oactly They remember the careful too Noa As well as the perfect song. Scant is the memory for a fool, Mass Or him who is id,e long. for People remember the honest fe pow Who gave of the best they had- po They will remember the good you do And always forget the bad. Mas ers Do the work of the day as well Marl As though it would close your toil a He who a sermon in stone would te fa Must chisel and carve and moil, woul Weak and lifeless, or firm and true, wret The work of the day is set. good People remember the good we doo The bad they will soon forget Itys poin Yesterday is a record made. of a Changeless. for good or ill; Hands to-day must he unafraid girl. Ready...

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

,Matters " Cleaning Wall Paper. 'A ~aper 'wall may be cleaned after the fpllowlnethod: Cut into eight pleces-a lar loaf of bread two days old, brow the dust off the wall with a pair of bellows, rub down with a piece of the bread in half yard strokes, beginning at the top of the room, until the upper part is cleaned. Then go round again, repeating until all has been gone over. If grease spots appear put blotting paper over the spots and press with a hot flatiron. ELanderinl Silk Materials. In these days of wash silk ribbons and wash silk waists, it is well to know how best to launder them. If the silk is undyed it may be soaked for a time in cold water, then squeezed or lightly rubbed in the water and washed in soap lather. If it is much soiled a little dissolved borax may be added to the washing water. If it is pure white the last water in which it is rinsed may be slightly blued, but not for cream or natural colored silk. The washing lather should be merely warm, hot water having 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. — 8 May 1902

CLINEl LI aNB,( Atternses at Law sa Notaries Pable C. E. WOOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. SU ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice in the courts at Lake - Charles and Crowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. Office, Main st., Jennings. La. Frc via 1 BENTON H. THOMAS, leave tm., N MASTER PAINTER. TAuT Shop on third street, west of will Cary avenue. Good Free Estimnl:es Given on Ap plication. Living Prices and the d First Class Work. good BO'TDS GIVEN IF REQUIRIED. l GR LL Done to 1Ara LL Order. at Le Meal Dec-s : tcIo sufit . cmur taste. A.)i k '. . v. furnitur' r,,i red :amino : .?it, . . o ,. - i:l .l:f . .l e Sc MANTIA-1 ,_  ", ,rt. , w. Raclret tr. rc'.l & ' MAr T:...iT D y s p rc*-' . C .... This pall of thef foccL It. ,_i- .. il nd eer ·-, 10 f"1:ou to en1 at allt thetaan(' 100(1 i cured fale . 1. unequhL. " r tt . :ah. Child-i . ren it . e it. First dose r teV- ce ay. I cures. i R* . II I· .;i . --· . C it y t. i " N e.. 1", ,,, , Live7C ier . . . _ -- f 'l ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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