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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 19 May 1902

AN PtiP OND NT LOCAL NEWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS, SUBSGRIPTION-50 Cents a Month; s5 a Year. N. L. MILLE:-, J' r an; Propror. VOL ii I[l. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA MONDAY. MAY 19, 1i'. . ._ . .'_-_- . . = _ . _"., . ... __ _ _  . .. .. ... .. . . . . . . ............ . ... U .[ : -Sole Age ats in Jennings and vicinity for the' Harris Oil Burner. There are rive sizes and p .tteras of this Burner designed for 1 arious uses and var ions ki .ts of ooilers. "They range in price from ,5.00 to $25.00, including plans and sp-,cificatio)ns and full instructions for equipping any kind of plant. Write for circular's or call on - - - -eywood Iros. A' Dobbini Iron 1Vorks, a-.c et sors , O. A I OS. JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. BARGAIBS in DRESS GOODS -AT THE F M. .SHION . W' Agent for the Cosmopolitau Patterns, all 10 cents. All Grenadines assorted Colors, regunlar priice, tir. -" now going at only....................... ....... Our ()Ohinas. lovely fabrics for Summer Gowns o...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 19 May 1902

~:7·'7'"·'M;'~ 9RI. BA IP ''5y Henry Harris. ; WE' I Vs -F Hb: jurymen thought they had : been of great assistance in re- , S toring the plaintiff to his rights. The judge took no lit tle- credit to himself for having di rected a verdict for the plaintiff and left the Jury to determine only the amount of damages to be given. The spectators supposed that all the credit was due to the attorney for the mas terly way in which lih had presented his case for the plaiutiff. Those who really knew, however, were aware that the chief cause of the plaintiff's victory -nts the quick wil and persistence of a long-h:tg,~ld, awi: ward youth of eiga:('en. Vwlt l.t thIat moment was busily setr ,t:I. stl iter lUgs of thic'k brown mad t'ao m the back and sleeves of :a well-worin (coat. But 1 ant leginning mly story at tilh wrong encl. antd must go I:l('ic 10 tilt' events of live or six honurs ea:rlier ::;ld start anIv. The increased tinkling of telephone bells throughout the city indicated that 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. — 19 May 1902

*- `M 75y ia6* RE WA ?LO VUMT. - CHAPTER XIII.-(Continoed.) "Words cannot express the pails you have given nie tonight," he said; "but let it'pass. You are free, and I have no right to reproach you. Good-bye, and God bless you. Rose!" Hie kissed her hand, but she snatched 'it- away and sprang into the carriage. She felt annoyed and out of temper: When she reached home, she went up into,her own room and stood before the glass. It was a very fair face that she gazed at-he had often praised it, and she knew her power well. ."And he thinks I am going to beg and pray for forgiveness, does he?" she said, tossing her head wilfully. "We shall see, after all, what crime I have committed, that I need to trem ble and shrink from his eye. Tomor row I will not--tomorrow I will show him that if he chooses to play the part of a tyrant. I do not intend to take that of a serf. He had better fetter me at once." uIn that mood she went to bed. But ah! we should be very careful how we part with those we...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 19 May 1902

m:ad Jori es PubU " rC E. WOOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice in the courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. T Office, Main st., Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, on MASTER PAINTER. , Shop on Ihird street, west of , Clary avenue. Fr -:- E-sim.ate. Given on Ap- 1 U plicati;nt., Living Prices and wiJ FirlCOl;.ss Vork. to a BONDS GrIVEN IF REQUIRED. .u,' RILL "o gel )es-. " I. - :1t 5 our ta;s*e. A ll li :'" i ::i1 !urni tu : r r,, ja irod aud reo.: r '; er. Cr;:l!. ra i ,i .amino - i:: - of GRILL rrd rid Iackt.: taro. T7;J:i Ge: M\. .. F-- - i----- --· Ge.v Kod ol Dyspepsia Cure ( Digests what you eat. tn This preparation -contains all of the th< digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all on the food you want. The most sensitive I stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. I...

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. — 19 May 1902

SiS . . d'? 'k-) ; ...-Pres't. . J. iOF'erAN. Ua:.hier E CI TIENS BANK, , - - Louisiana. ;ITEREST _ :) ON TIME DEPOSITS. DIRECTOR3 - :. . : A. L ,wry, E. 1. Hall, D. Hebert, A. D. IMcFarinat. ,z.. .i e:., E.ld Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus, Oollect.ions reC C t,,: v t ion. A general banking busi ness tra.nact;. Sprilig, Gentle Spring. you're cone again, the gayest -eason of the year. The season f. r r-newed building ,operations .at aalnd. This is indiicatl. d by i he demand fo: lumber. W\e'r . ., rryin,, a larg'e and carefully s lec-,d ,,t ,ck. Our a:cilities cn -. _y. ble us to supply an. thing in I : r ,lougly seaLsoned( lu no bor, h inie-' , ltihs, etc., in any quan lir., at. bottom prices. lrehable .---" -naterial; prompt delivery. J. E. FOSTER & SONS. P;.one 103. A c ce- Factory F: HlAR & SONS, Proprietors. o... t-.. ..:e; Prompt Delivery Stylish iid Serviceable. That is the kind of li.,'- .v, u ni t'ho Livery Business. COO 3 . D & 3 o B. A. RI CH IHAR T, ...

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 May 1902

rea:''- d Crmba 1PoF Fying. ; '.ead crumbs are infipitely prefer tai e to cracker dust for -kitchen use, 'being nicer and an economical way to use stale bread. Never put them away ..in an air-tight receptacle or they will become musty. A glass jar, covered with one thickness of cheese-cloth, Is a good plan. Peach Parftat. This is a perfectly delicious ice for a company dinner. Pare ripe but not soft peaches, allowing one quart, which should yield half a pint of juice, to one quart of cream-the quantity required for eight persons. Chop in a wooden bowl, mash and strain, then add half a cupful of powdered sugar, stir until dissolved, add a few kernels and stand on Ice for half an hour, when strain again through muslin. Whip one quart of cream to a stiff froth. Add the peach-juice, and more sugar if desired. Turn into an ice mold, cover tightly, bind the joint with a strip of buttered muslin, and pack in ice and salt for three hours. Serve in glasses. A New Recipe. When some of your yo...

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 May 1902

F NTiEs3Es.T To AQeR " · Oh hk fS Ur.ta. rait is Pir, as the trees went through the winter well. s e M . Dunlap, Central Illinois: The. atlok for tree fruits is good. This applies to apples, pears, cherries and plums. Peach buds are dead. m R. . Holmanie, Ohio: The outlook for forit fruit is fir, poor ands the trees went through b the winter well. s H. M. Dunlap, Central llinois: The s outlook for tree fruits is good. This b . applies to applei, pears, cherries and ii plums. Peach buds are dead. P R. L. Holman, Ohio: The prospect for fruit is poor and the general crop 0 will not be over 50 per cent of an average. Peaches are entirely gone. There Will be some plums and cherries and a part crop of apples. ,Prof. H. C. Price, Iowa: From pres ent indications the prospect for fruit the coming season is very good. The apple, plum and cherry blossoms are in good condition. Peach blossoms are killed and some of the more tender varieties of plum and cherry, but on the whole, I think the pros...

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 May 1902

r' * Uifa r6ved CGtl4 or ". K CIegotiated. Taxes Paid for ' -reseidents. 11entin a Specialty Seine Good Bargains& 250 aicres rice land on DayouChene. 210 acires oil an": rice land near Mamou Prairie. 162 acres line rice land Cear Guey dan. 11 acres and (; room house,. one mile from Jcnnings. 388 acres rice land .east of Kinder. 40 acres near lMamou very cheap. Rice mill near Jennings, capacity 200 sacks per da y. Lot 90x144 with 5 room house on West Academy tr-eet. Lot 90x144 with house on West Academy st1r, t. Lot 60x144 writh .5 ?ermin house. Lot 2-x,.) with bui;lhi,. on Main street. Lot 62x140 with small cottage on east Second s:iee-t. For rent. 7 roo: in; (su:: ( hurch street. And manyu more. Don't invest un til you hal e calied on or aildressed the Soutihenm R ally & :,lectioin Co., .TI.N:iN ;. LA. Record . :c, :i.::..: See RITCM!, the Jeweler, In Ifulb'r.'s Bookstore. Jewhl-yI · ! e ai ri . Ar't[>! i .:n;. ,'a \ in . Graduatuc ()ptici:n. Eye. T."'ted FiEte. dl07tf A...

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 May 1902

-NO THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. S.. A e, .TDENT LOCAL NEWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS, SUBSCRIPTION50Cents Month; 5 a Year. N L. MILLEI:. Editor an Proprlstor  L A LII. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA TUESDAY. MAY 20, i140. NU ER 12 Sole Agents in. Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner There are tive sizes and p tterns of this 3uarne~ designed for x arlous uses and var ions kindsl of oilers. They range in price from 5.00 to $25.00, includiag plans and sp-eiic:rdtions and full instract.ions for equippirnu any kind of plaint. Write for circulars or call on - - - Heywood 3ros. AN" Dobbins Iron NVorks4, >;.ic; essors c Os-I ROS. JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA w HI'IBF GOODS 4 ALU -AT TH1.: W PF SHION. To La'st Two Dav Only. Friday and Saturday, May 23d and 24'h. TE1NT PER CENT DISCOUNT. On all White Goods sold during thi.s sale. Wlhite Shirt Wai-ts and White Skirts are also included. It'. likoe ta ing a shingle off tour roof. if you miss this sale. Remnembier two d'tys o...

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 May 1902

Baa soe Rat Ne! trig tea The ,,merry game of hurdle-hopping, the id~, the' accompanying chorus of "Bautto. button, who's got the .play rr.' goes on apace, and no manager now knows who may or may not be mc playing for him. With the playing ac( season almost open, it was supposed Yo that every team was made up, that Mc every manager had his men well in mi hand, and that there could be no more wE lightning change acts. Then, just as lie the fans had settled down to figuring out how the teams should stand, the map began :to change. Jimmy Sheck- an ard took a header over into the Balti more camp, leaving Ned Hanion com- th' pletely uip in the air, and his Brook lyn team utterly crippled. Next came news that Gene Demontreville wanted to hop, but was restrained by a liberal plaster of shekels. Then Jay Hughes, the California pitcher, who was with Brooklyn and was counted on as a ml regular member of the twirling staff, K. flew down to Baltimore, and made still re another crack in the house...

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. — 20 May 1902

MD.,.·. 0+ L W' 1E UA'Z 3L U* * 5 A CHAPTER Xv.--(Continued.) - ', t; :Are the village Hales really ibo,.teh'" asked his nephew, with a Qok of the.- greatest' interest. "What did they tell youT' "That you were in a haunted -house -with not one or two, but a perfect' legion 'of ghoa J around you!" Mr. Cowley groaned. "They ar n the right: I have been . , introduced to tour since,my arrival; and if you. had net come tonight, I should have struck my tent and run away in sheer terror and desperation." .Pour ghosts! You must be joking, uncle. You never used to believe in such things, you know!" "Ah, but I do now! It is no joke, "I can assure you, to see three such ho : rrs as-I have seen. And there is a.beast of a cradle that will go on rocking in the butler's pantry. You cap't see it, but you hear it directly under your feet." "Ah! the girls were telling me some thing of that. But I confess I thought -It -was only some of their nonsense." "I wish it was! However, now that you have com...

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 May 1902

'ma J!oetardes Publie. : g; i  -2s to at . b.aat. - .. E. h ,OOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. SPrac'tice in the courts at Lake ,Charles and Crowley. Ch arters drawn. Titles examined. Ofice, Main t , Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on l' hird str'et, west of CaryI av(,nup. . Free Estini.t'e.s C iven oin a plication. Lliving Prices ana V, First Class Work. U BONoDS (IVEN r IF REQUIi:ED. "ý ' ýDone Io (iRiLL L8L Deyi p n to .Sit - " taste. u All kiprenSi on contains al ,of the digesta nts atd digst C all kinds o: .:amine IStmpies inst ( relief and never MANthe food you ant.. Te mot senitive stomackehs an ta it. its use any MARK ". RITTER. thousandspepsica ure bn Digests what you eat. his pren ith eaion contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of! food. It gives insta nt relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. iy its use manyI thousands of ...

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 May 1902

Jennini-;, .- Lou i ana Audrus. SCollections i't ei i.. v ,;jpt, attention. A general banking busi ness tr.Ln acte o. " Spring, Gentie Spring. you're come again, the gayest season of the y,.:r. The season for renewed huilding ,~pratrions is at hand. Tis is idica.ld by the cdemand fV.,. lumber. We're (-a lryi u ,lre at d carefully selettd stolk & )v : iiities 011 able us to "ppiy p .11v llti in I h ron1ichl sa 1i, '0 II ) ', shilu l g -. Li.b, etc., in aiy qu ian - lity. t tO',,ni, plSrices. Ienablel J. E. FOSTER & SONS. PuiB. A. Iu " %. Tr, Roanoke. - - ouisiana. I ru , ,: :t ...: guar ant(ee si ',t:wtt .1 . - _ ~ t-, : v D. Fever a:d ow.1 l roubL, a Spealalt. Roome 3 an3 4. Morse Block. Phone N\ ,. I'- , ,..,. ': . ""re. 4. J. C. LANG & Co. ---i.DE.A IlERN IN- FEED LL INDSA ArTPrICESTAT A E IT HT WVapehou:se,: North of Fo sier' lum oer otlice. FIIEE D L1 EBY. Feed. tCONKEf EVERY , SA-CK. BKEEPS MULES UP AND FEED BILLS DOWN TRY IT ! WOOD _; ' .A L. FRE, A\ ) P . A',...

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 May 1902

Q ' ý, ";., ýý ;. '' - t _ tip ý· ·_ ·`7 · K ,lT; I}r% iiCYW I K?`f' The Day Beyond. ed. ' e,l~r yo Thils 'withs hlltlrng= -`seem it WE Bub lightly to be wished and won; apoli WI snare to-molloriv in a 'dream ':sdn take our=toll for work undone; "For life is long, and time a strea.m , That sleeps and sparkles 'in the sun-- ..O What need of. any haste?" we say; Co "To-morrow's "longer than to-da." C was And when to-morrow shall destroy The heaven of our dreams, in vain Our hurrying manhood we employ that To build the vanished bliss again; cane We have no leisure to enjoy, boys So few the years that yet remain; So much to do, and, ah! we say giar "To-morrow's shortet' than to-day!" pany But when our hands are worn and weak, fro I And still our labors seem unblest, peac And time goes past us like a bleak good Last twilight waning in the West, tle "It is not here-the bliss we seek; Too brief is life for happy rest, doze And yet what need of grief," we say: unde "To-morrow's longer tha...

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 May 1902

.. S. 'eat .Success .I C.' !'ýf1Y ý Explained. 4'oo_ý;i~~osýaoýýýýýooooooooo0000 d1reat numbers of Awd :geese were S illed ising the Texas coast during the past winter, as happens. ,every year.. That region divides with the Dakotas in the fall. the honor of being the ~ieatest goose field on the Am 'arican continent. The tnereasing shyness of the biads was more marked than ever.- The geese bve been ,&hot at so much , in the saste territory that they have not only grown wiser, but many of them have ceased visiting that region. It is so longer possible to kill quan tities 9figeese in Texas by simple pass shootiag, or digging pits on the Gulf sandbars. There died not long ago in the Nue ces region a Mexican poacher named Gregorlo who in the winter sold geese by the dozen when other men could not get a feather. All of that country is in vast pastures fenced by barbed wire and Gregorio being a market hunter, was ordered to stay out of them ,al. In order to keep him out the gates, whic...

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 May 1902

'iand iUMpre COity or .. A; - tr Farm Prxpertt - Sor Sale . Slooans Negotiated. Taxes Paid for ".. Non-residents. Renting a Specialty ,So e Good Bargains. 1 250 acres rice land on BayouChene. 210 ucres oil and rice land near Mamou Prairie. 162 acres fine rice land near Guey dan. 11 acres arid 6 room house, one c mile trom Jennings. 388 acres rice land east of Kinder. 40 acres near Malmon very cheap. Rice ntill near Jennings, capacity 200 sacks per day. Lot 90x144 with 5 room .house on E West Academy street. Lot .0x1l44 with house on West Academy str-et. t Lot ilx1l44 with 5 room house. Lot 22x153 with buiiliny s on Main street. Lot (i2x140 with small cottage on east Second street. For ien:, 7 rool house on Church a street. And many more. Don't invest un til you have called on or addressed the .Soutlern Realty & Collecticn Co., JENNIN ' r3. LA. Record Liuildinr. See RITCHI, the Jeweler, in tulbart's Bookstore. Jewe.lrx I l epairing,,, Artistic IEngraving. Graduate Optician. Ey...

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. — 21 May 1902

`,,'y4.r _,. .ý ti ...... . , .. .. `4 , ý " '." .. ,. op 1 .t " .'r 'l "-_ _i .-"k "rr ,' "r : ... "'  l p t  , + ..l mm~ AN I~ap~ aNT LOCAL, NEW p i. . Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OP JENNrNGS.~ SUBSCR(RI:ION:P.qppnts aionth; $5 a Year. N. L; ,MILLER. Editor and Propitr EN..NNG, UIIANA WEDNSDAI. MAY2, UY •~- ' ... ·I , --- ,.o ,..U Solle Agents in Jeennigs and vicinity for the ! Harris Oil Burner There are five sizes and p sterns of this Burner designed for various uses and var ious kinds of boilers. They range in price frontm $i.00 to $25.00, includi~ag plans and specifications and full instructions. for equipping any kind of plant. Write for circulars or call on - - - Heywood Bros. AND Dobbins Iron ~Vorks, Successors to BOEHM ROS. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA. wHITE GOODS SAL- -AT THE F S H ION . To Last Two Days Only. Friday ard Saturday, May 23d and 24th. TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT. On all White Goods sold durinn this sale. White shirt Wai-ts and White Skirts are also included. It's i...

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. — 21 May 1902

-i ned wvho..ueildl ave aedneaiiedtlim. fa E" e"he waste aid the rust of the fic " t therme by the forges and here where -to the hammers are: ailing. +;" pant -steady, are men whom your f aith may rely on yc To work us the miracle born of their wonderful calling. t For the soldier is bred to deqtroy, to re- bh jodee in the kined, To tear at the life and the heart of a tr suffering nation; But here are the men who have tadken as watch word. "I build." They are one with the gods, for their fr work is the work of creation. di Sullenly echo the forges, and higher and i Rie the white flames under brass in the Gf crucible flowing, f Now the iron takes shape and follows the M worker's desire, Swiftly and surely the eager conception h is growing. di it Quietly out in the sun the aniooth switches in Ore lying- • When lo, from the hands of the toilers, half-breathing, half-sobbing, k] Strong with a strength never wearied, a d good will undying, The Iron Horse conies, with his new power beatin...

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. — 21 May 1902

:;4 ,ý. ! t tb s .SI gat sd !at a wanderer, ehilled by the wind #nd snow , ;,, rowans mitnga- empty chair! ý · ý _ _ ..._ ,ý ®-, ,. ýýi . . ý I I, I was in a little cafe in Dryades street that Paul Morcet saw her first, a demure, beautiful child just blossoming into womanhood. Being a painter of fine fancy, Paul had a hard time keeping his eyes off her Sower-like face, but being a serious minded, reverent young fellow and having a sister of his own, he reined his worshiping glances and contented himself with making furtive sketches of her on the tissue napkins of the little French cafe. Besides, there was a little mirror in the angle of the wall, and out of it he stole many a ]leger ing impression of the lovely creature who awed and fascinated him. Her hair was like hanks of spun cop per, her skin like the texture of a lily, her eyes two smoldering brown lights. So Paul began to paint her for himself, wondering if chance would ever throw her and him together. You see he was a very d...

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. — 21 May 1902

07 . WOOTEN S ormerly-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. BEHTON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on '1hird street, west ot Cary avenue. Free Estimattes Given on Ap plication. Living Prices and First Class Work. BONDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED. Done to 1 R!LLS 0rd-. Des-:'n to snit your taste. All kinds ,f u rniture ripniredi and recon:s ructed. Call and ,x amino s.,mpiisl of GRII.L .and MANj'J'.t ", ,,rk. -Sh, nrh of Racket .-..,. 7:i &w MA.F±K D. RPIT "'R. Dyspapsia ure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of th digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It. allows you to eat all the food yor want. The me- i sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands o.f dys.ep!ic have be n cured after e'emryrhing elso tailed. Is unequalled for the s~iomunili. Child ren with weak stouln:l!...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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