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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 13 May 1902

Holt As h.. . ., _ Hall O . BY MARGARET BLOUNT. ** ** * * ** * * ** ** ** ** *** ** * * * CHAPTER IX. To walk straight up to the door of a strange house, with nothing but a plaid shawl thrown over your head. requires a considerable amount of courage and nerve; At every step of the way Miss Marjorie's scruples grew stronger-her sense of outraged pro priety more clear. At last she came to a dead stop, just as they reached the outer gate of Hollow Ash Hall. "What is it now?" asked Cowley. patting her hand encouragingly. "I really can't go in, Ch'rles!" "Nonsense! " "They will think I am mad. Only see! I konw that my hair is half down and I have no bonnet! Don't make me go there, Charles. till I am more presentable- there's a dear." "Madam, do you intend to obey your lawful husband or not?" said Mr. Cow ley, with mock solemnity. "But, Charles, do hear reason." "No, I won't! I've had enough of reason in my life. So come along. my love. The moment you enter yonder dloor you will get a war...

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. — 13 May 1902

Improved and Unim ved City or or Farm Prq iaty Fo r s l e. Loans Negotiated. Tapes Paid for Non-residents. Renti a Specialty Some Gosod B,'rgains. 250 acres rice land on BayouChene. 210 acres oil and rice land near Mamou Prairie. 162 acres tine rice land near Guey dan. C Q 11 acres and 6 room house, one mile from Jennings. 388 acres rice land east of Kinder. 40 acres neap Mamou very cheap. Rice mill near Jennings, capacity 200 sacks per day. 'Lot 90x144 with 5 room ho use on West Academy street. Lot 90x144 with house on West 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 & Collection Co0,, JENNINGS, LA. Record Building. See RITCHI, the Jeweler, hIn Hulburt's Bookstore. it Jewelry tRepairing, Artistic VfEng'aving.,. Gradua(te ()ptician. Ev],s Tested Free. dlnTo ...

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. — 14 May 1902

'_THE JENNINGS. DAILY RECORD. AN ;:'_ Nt:" NT LOCAL NEWvSSPAPEt. Un-OFFICIAL ORGA.N OF TH-: TOWN OF JENNINGS. UBSCiIPTIO-SO-Cent-sa-Month:-- Year. N. L. MILLER. Editor; ; opro-. V1 L . JENNINGS, LOUISIANA WEDNE:.iA MAY 14. NUM ..... NUM . - . - Sole ai . _ . ; i._ Jennings and vicinit" for the __ t ii L I. I=·'-. -:: 5 =nJ· }I · lý - 4+1 "i 0 ,",,*'. , nDRESS 0 " tl Aen Io:- the Cosmopolitau Patterns, a!l 1v0 cents. Our I slij as. r\ ly fabrics for !- uwri]e(r (towns or 2 V i .ts. wotrt.h 3 . now going at.................. J U Our po" li,. of Lorraine Tis.-uies. TI . . iversal it ont tir h i .iT. we are now otl t''ii trheta tt, on .ly- . WHITE GOODS GALORE. Wie arc c. rt g ilthe best values in White Boods of any store in 1t' it' rt, aid atre showingl the lIrgest at sortments. C'heeakr. N ainsooks and Dimiti-.s,. extra values 1 4 C frot................................ 1-~. T Indi,: I.itrnts goaids sold anywheN else at. ,a o q 10. ,. : and l0i:. we sell you all you want L a n 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. — 14 May 1902

IEAL ESTATE Improved and Unimproved City or or Farm Property FPor Sale. Loans Negotiated. Taxes Paid for Non-residents. Renting a Specialty Some -Good Bargains. 250 acres rice land on BayouChene. 210 acres oil and rice land near Mamou Prairie. 162 acres tine rice land near Guey dan. 11 acres and 41 room house, one mile from Jennings. 388 acres rice lhind east of Kinder. 40 acres near Mumou very cheap. Rice mill near Jennings, capacity 200 sacks per day. Lot tOx144 wit 5. room ho use on West Academy street. Lot 90x144 with house on West Academy strutt. Lot (i0x144 with 5 room house. Lot 22x15:3 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 & Collection Co., JENNINGS, LA. Record Building. See RITCII, the Jeweler, in lunlburt's Bookstore. J,'v:iiry l'ep iriini . IAr I t opti'. ie. ( 'Ey e steti Fl't-. ditr I Austria an...

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. — 14 May 1902

"i JENNINGS. DAILY RECORD. f T OC E SP . Un-O-FFICIL ,GA O TH:- ToWN OF JEN INGS. SC ";-TION:50 Contsa Month- 5 : Year. N, L. IL.L . d;jr : r,.- , S0 2 " ",C : O' (`ur ,, : t, bi4 or. w r (:ou ( 25c I S", : . " ~" tie a 't1,(.) t " . ý " '"t- alt . .. T... ... ... ..... . I he it ".I extra valuec i .i.. . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. . : .\ i _".;':: i(, l' a on i ; : .... . . . . IE AOSH AONE. i In i . I 1.:' (4 nm, i' 'lum.ut VL ,II n U i ll 4 t '"l t tni ' !dc , l7 r.. i Rti S & li Rl, Pr1 L won i aet i l Pi . (.. . .5ra ld. ;,'tl. tla lries, 65" and *$1.(00l. onl,, ,.-t} ... ...... ... . . . . .. .9 .8... ( heli aei Mart` 4 1whie you can get the ll 1 est. (iti.rn. :hunk h It: u] iing - - North arket St reet. O -* --TO i SUIT THEYOUTnl. ......... Something 1 oing in outfitting, little , .,t. . in u store ..W. N &ew tl85e. i'e, i\ tional va,' ( )llu l (u alothiing. We have a large line of handsome and servicable suit for boys of all fabric and finish. And they ...

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. — 14 May 1902

TOPICe - ls.t'on "f sBets When Viola Allen presented "In the Palace of the King" at Nashville re cently $2 was charged. Two days later, upon her arrival at Atlanta, Miss Allen was the recipient of a small packet by express. Upon its be ing opened it was found to contain a silver dollar resting upon a pink plush cushion, and near it the follow ing note, bound with a silk ribbon: °Dear Madam: The inclosed was found on the streets of Nashville the day following your performance at the Vendome theater. Knowing that you gathered in all the money there was in the city, I presume, naturally. that the dollar belongs to you. Being honest, if poor, I beg to restore your croperty to you." Du Barry's Century. Mrs. Leslie Carter gave her 100th `}erformance of "Du Barry" at the Cri terion theater. New York, last week. After the play the company assem bled upon the stage and presented her * 4f * 40 I 4. 4 0 * 4 .33 * S 4. . - DJEf~ l3 0 0 I 5klilgl~l~ -.?"r·r ·~hyIt: S * 0 '.f 55.5 * 0 a U * U +t...

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. — 14 May 1902

OPPOSE CHANGE IN FLAG Despite agitation for a change, the arrangement, of stars in the blue field of the AmeriCan flag will remain as it Is if prominent officers of local patri otic associations have their way. These have expressed their disap proval of'the idea of Representative J. F. Shafroth of Colorado as embodied in his bill introduced in congress, on the grounds that it is too formal and would lack permanency. In this de sign the thirteen original states form a circle around a star made up of smaller stars, each representing a MxA /cvl ·wb  c ", _# .Yh€ "" "! F / " -2 .. Vogt and Shafroth Plan. for Arranging the Stars Representing the Various States in the Proposed New National Banner. state, while the territories stand wait ipg admission to the larger star. The composite flag proposed by Harry Vanetti Vogt of Philadelphia, is also condemned. It is said that the arrangement would give certain states a preference over others in point of position. "The stars in the blue field o...

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. — 14 May 1902

CUNL? : iCULN MtrnRe at lAw aAd h"otaries Publie pFglt aesuton to all busiael. C. E. WOOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice in the courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. CIa cters drawn. Titles examined. Office, Main st., Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, MASTER~ P I!NTER. Shop on itirdi s;t ret.. west ot Car ; , 'v ,'nue. Free Estim i:ns G;i'e n on Ap plication. Livirng Prices a u d First Cla.s Work. I BO'rDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED. d n 1Done to i" OrdL. A ll i.i . ", 1,,'.i,.L r,. ,i -and r Ii(; , .. R acket t ,. ; " . 7, ;.,: . Kamine Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation 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. IDy its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First d...

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. — 14 May 1902

$. I..;BALL, Prest. .- D. ANl[U -,, V.-Pres't, J. H. ;r.,,. . .-. THE CITIZENS BAN , Jennings, - - Louisia na. INTEREST 'PAID ON TIME DEl'7;i~S. DIRECTORS-- .. H. H.,ffauan, C. A. L ,iry, E. I :i..:..:. .. , A. D. MRcFarltin, A. M. .. rthur, Eid 'Mortii-, D. U:. Anr, . . . Andrus. Collectious reciv. ,r :uniºt :tttentin. A gei t, i-g :,ui ness trinstn .to Spring, Gente : g. y. U 're coat - .aa. ; .. a C, e, st :'(ta2 a fut the y : . tL ,' otl f ,·l" I' 'llt, wed btldtu incli . i ,1 . -" :in11ý.,': ýý-ýs . t ,th .' de mI~and t,. l" 1 . .. .. ir,, car 'y'n . " 1 "+...,, :++ ,"1 a ': .3 emus soeeted slto ;. ^. ?"a bIe uS to so'> q .> : thoroulghly sea on;-,ti , .1 i , ore, Sshingles. laths, etc.. i, 7m+ .,:t n - tity, at bottom iprict.s. ,ol. material; prompt (n, el: " J. E. FOSTER & ,O,:_. -. _=:---- ,-.-r_ +. .: cArct Ice Facto> R. HiEAR & SONS, Proprietors. . Pure ice; Prompt Deliv ~ y Stylish and Service: . -hat. is !h,, kbu- , . ' .. . - whe.n yoi U - in t...

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. — 14 May 1902

Persons, Places and Things HAD GOOD CAU:SE TO BE ALARMED rMembers of Dinns-er Party 'onared They Had Unwittingly Become C'nn.b-al I was invited along with other Europeans on the beach to one of the biggest plays that have been seen in Opobo. says a writer in Chamber's Journal. At the feast all kinds of fish. fowl and soup, coolen after the native fashion, were served. Ever3 one thor oughly enjoyed the feast until near to the finish, the chaser (dessert) was brought in. This dish they called palm-oil chop. While it was being served there rolled out of the vessel what to all appeaa'nnces was a human skull. Suddenly all the Europeans turned pale as though suffering from an acute attack of sea-sickness: and the symptoms they developed were identical, for that dinner would not stay down. The chief. in alarm, in quired what made his friends so ill. One of the sufferers, whose eyes pro truded from their sockets, and afraid to trust himself to speak, plac'ed hi., handkerchief to his mouth a...

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. — 14 May 1902

DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Bow Successfl1 Farmers Operate This Department of the Farm-A Few Hints as to the Care of Live Stock and Poultry. A Milklag Glove Tabs. In Australia there has been brought into use in the dairies what is called a milking glove tube. A valve fits over the teat and from the valve extends a long narrow tube, which conveys the milk from the teat into a covered pail. The orifices in the cover of the pail are just large enough to receive the tubes. We illustrate the general idea herewith. From an American point of view the device does not seem prac ticable. From Australian reports we take it that the invention is supposed to be a substitute for clean liness in the dairy. A paper In that country says: "Many of the troubles of dairying are caused :-- the injurious microbes that are carried b:' dirt into the milk, and it has been rec ommended by various authorfities to groom the cows and wash their udders with soap and cleatn wate...

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. — 14 May 1902

hEAL ESTATE Improved and Unimrproved City or Eor ae'. - I Leans 'Ncot.atl' ''.T laid fur 1 Ntn-resident s. I eutin.g" itspe alhy Some Good ar-jgains. 50 C t.- 1i,, , ; .. Manou 1Pru i" 210 1 .+'v-:':; ,;' :.,:1 , 2, 2 h.: (tuncy a11 :.; a:{ t ; o , ho:u :1 '. ore m ilt ': ,: .. . Lot (".. :: t" . l:: :: Lot k-e Lot on Lou I.'-n1 ' ." , ::ti, 1bt'". Street. . '' .i: : i:: See r.e" , : e Jw, .eler, In u:a qrt's B3ooikstore. LA t.at.,ic .. :lu:i . Etre- T1et e Free. 417tt. A. H. Humphrey, Architect and Builder . Room 5. Scott Bldg. L-. ". 1, ANNON, Maunuatuer of Tin La' B sostre4 lron War. QGeering ad Repalt~a. NAres 4dew ath of Eagle arosWer Oil Strick Near Austin. Austin, Texas, May 14:-The Palestine oil dtevelopnment com pany has struckl another well at Waters station' netar here, at a depth of L82 feet. W. A. Meagher,field supt. of the Higgins oil company, and , M. R. Wiod, an oil expert from Michigan, have been engaged by the company and will reach here in a few days to decide...

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. — 15 May 1902

THE JENNINOS DAILY RECORD. AN INOEPENDENT LOCAL N Elk'APER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSRIPTON:50 ents Month; $5 a Yar. N.L. MILLER, Editor and Propretr. VOLUME IL JENNiNGS, LOUISIANA THURSD°AY. MAY 15, 1902 NUMBER1 .. . . ..- . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . ., , , , a m ---- U M- - -11 . Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner1 There are five sizes and patterns of this Burner designed for various uses and var ious kinds of boilers. They range in price from $5.00 to $25.00, including plans and specifications and full instructions for equipping any kind of plant. Write for circulars or call on - - - I-eywood Bros. AN Dobbins Irotn Works, S-uccessors to OEHM -ROS. JENNINGS, - - - - - - LOUISIANA. BARGAINS in DRESS GOODS -AT THEI- f :F,"Agent tor the Cosmopolitau Patterns, all 10 cents. nfow going at only .............................. Our ( shill;us. lovely tabrics for Sunl: er ( own4 or 5 auists it. '( th i :; -.c. now going at ...........

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. — 15 May 1902

REAL EipATE Im llrovcd :,!:nd _a[:ii pray,' ", <'it . or 2I l": ' . . U L .i Ti it - .. Manufacturer of Tn and .lvanHe •ui1er . Iron Ware. Quterlng and Repatla• liet demr north of Eagle grocco. Gil Strick Near Austin. Austin, Texas. May 14:-The Palestine oil d(ivopttIuuent comI pany has struck ato ther Well Ze1t, Waters station nea! here, at a depth of ',_'2 f eet. W. A. Meagher, ,iold supt. ofj the Higgins oil coumpany, and M. R. W:>od, an oil expert fron Michigan, have l)u(i en tgaged by the company in and ill reach here in a few drays to deride upon a ine of operation as it is the in Itention of the cnt atVl to:t bore a chain of wells. unless a gusher is struck, and p l nip the oil for market. the Austin division of the Houston and Texas Central eights of a mile from the tield. exchange says tfhe deceased lay quietly in is oert ain. That wasn eminently decorous and a Rpoper thing for iiL m to do. There isf nothing which nmars the solemn the corpse to get up and cavort amon...

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. — 15 May 1902

T'HE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. AN INLEPENDENT LOCAL NEHSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:SO Centsa Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME III. JENNNGS, LOUISIANA THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1902 NUMBER 6. Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner There are five sizes and patterns of this Burner designed for various uses and var ions kinds of boilers. They range in price from $5.'t0 to $25.00, including plans and specificari, ns and full ins: ructions for eqnippini _ any kind of plant. Write for (irculars or call on - - - HIeywood Eros. ANi- Dobbins I rot, Works, Successors to OEH'1 .ROS. JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. BARGAINS in DRESS GOODS --.T THE F p S ION . 1=ARaenrt tcr the Cosnopolitau Patterns, all 10 cents. Our iiiti :Je . v'ei :brit- for 48c4r (:(«n , V : i-lr . ., :t: ".. n w i.' in at ....... . (Our- l(1 lit, ! ;r:i, TiF  --. , . 1 . 1. , ý; ' VH7 ITE C: OODS GALORE. w e I : :. -: " "a11, in W\ ilt (;to l, a at .ý...

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. — 15 May 1902

a tr Lwginr's Sna-aI-Law. a tom .nc t2,* 1t phtidls to the 'h itidt - r xlo ' to fow lsigns of ha et ,i iafwisaota. He spell- we tiirSd-the art of appearing at ease bil in: asll si sit. He narrowed his so- ba 01..14o.bit nunt he feLt Jntlned in :e~aifis himseilt as 'exclusive, we nmd-~he hediscreetly'fell is love with km the :daughter of Abel Linger, the presi- Al deýof the bank. w SFortunately for him Miss Llngar lel was not beautiful of face, and there a was neither symmetry nor grace in her fgure. These gaps in her structural *.hirms made his love course easy. Ih- vsiting her father's bank her .keenm ye fell onrFaldis. He was rather do pleaslng in appearance, with light mi blue eyes, a blonde mustache and a pink and -white complexion. He could sing all of the popular and sentimen- ou tal songs. He sang the sentimental ones for her and before the end of the season he was calling her Ethyl when no one else was , in hearing. When he asked her to marry him, she gave him her hand and ...

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. — 15 May 1902

and unconventional p fdg 'ing," said a memnber of a Phtladel- O! tow corn aed wt nglish pe sisters. There is nothil> Ag li'J as English girl before she is mar- sa ri2 ,l f n h nature, rI one' may judge rom the w' way she breaks loose. Duringin'y d last visit to"-England I was iinited e to dine with Mrs. Stannard, who v writes novels under the nom. de 't plume of John Strange Winter.- ti "When dessert was served her two u little boys, aged. I should say. tl about To and 8, were permitted to u come to the table. After eating all E the sweets in sight the youngsters d each drank a glass of benedictine a - and smoked a couple of Turkish cig- d arettes. Then their mother kissed them good night and sent them to bed. It was all I could do to be lieve my senses." Where a Little Money Looks Big. t "The people of the South," said a Representative John Sharp \'il liams, of Mississippi, the other day. t "have different ideas about money, 1; than prevail in many parts of the North. It is sc...

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. — 15 May 1902

Banker Lingar's Son-In-Law. ~WEpb·HJ i· il~o~i~. 'kiC1·~~ i4t Upon thq prooton . a 1lrnley Faldis to the positioh of re- gl i i~nler of the Thirteenth Na tiaoalBHaik`be began to show signs of hi thewidenltg of his horizon. He spell- w ed outl middle name in full and ac- ca quired the art of appearing at ease hi in a dress suit. He narrowed his so- bi cia) orbit until he felt justified in classifying himself as 'exclusive, w and then he dilcreetly fell is love with kc the daughter of Abel Lingar, the presi- A dent of the bank. w Fortunately for him Miss Lingar le was not beautiful of face, and there a was neither symmetry nor grace in her figure. These gaps in her structural charms made his love course easy. In visiting her father's bank her keen eye fell on .Faldis. He was rather di pleasing in appearance, with light w blue eyes, a blonde mustache and a pink and white complexion. He could sing all of the popular and sentimen- o0 tal songs. He sang the sentimental ones for her and b...

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. — 15 May 1902

ican- eIe iadvaie s and unconventional 4 of 4 tu ing," said a member of a Philadel phia b gbi firm to a local int vi r> tl ' to coripared with their. English sisters. There is nothing so dtire as an English girl before she is mar ried, Abut miatriruonv, somehow - or othe:, sieem's to change her whole natur. i one ma: judge- fionm the way she breaks loose. During my last visit to England I was invited to dine with Ml rs. Stannard, who writes novels under the norn de plume of John Strange ,\\intcr. \lhen deessrt- wars sered h ir two little boys. a' el T sh ldi say. about Io and S. ',r"e !,ermi:ted to come to th. bil- . .\ftcr cating all the s ients i k itht lthe youngsters each dranl, a g:lass of hbenedictine and smiod a co:pe of PTurkish :ig arcrtes. Tcn their in- ther kisse I thetn go..,d i-itlt and sent them to bed. It was all 1 could do to be lievc in\ sensel .'' Where a Little Money Looks Big. "The pli, le r the South." said Represenativ.. 1l-hn Sharp 1\il liams, of \I i...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 15 May 1902

S o.imerly of lorth Louisilana. ATTONEY AT LAW ,AN) NOTARY PUBLIC. .Practice in she courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. Ofoe, Main st., Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on Z hird street, west ot Cary avenue. Free Estimates Given on Ap plication. Living Prices an d irst Class Work. BoNDs GIVEN IF REQUIRED. GRILLS Dgoto Design to suit your taste. All kinds of furniture repaired -and reconstructed. Call an~ d ex * amine samples of GRILL and MANTLE work. Sh, north of .Racket store. 7 3& w MARK D. RiTTR. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation 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. By its use many thousands of dyaspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A ...

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