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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 26 May 1902

") P.9w. / ~ ~c CAD7U;r Thomas Nast. who has been appoint ed United Sates consul general at Guayaquil, Ecuador, is the father of American caricature, and thirty years ago was the greatest of American car toonists. His best work was that done during the exposure of the Tweed ring when his cartoons in Harper's Week ly were the hebdomadal sensation of the time. Mr. Nast's portraits of WELL-KNOWN GERMAN SAILOR DEAD Capt. Atlbers or the Deutchlaod a Victim of Beart Disease Capt. A. Albers of the Hamburg American steamer Deutschland fell dead of heart failure in the chartbouse of his vessel as she was approaching the port of Cuxhaven. He expired in the arms of his first officer, who caught him as he fell. The long hours spent by Capt. Albers on the bridge of the vessel after the loss of her rudder at sea. which occurred before the. Deutschland reached Plymouth and during the passage of the North Sea. probably hastened the captain's col lapse. As the senior captain of the Ham burg-American...

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. — 26 May 1902

iti wuope iCit0y or ciý Farm Property i *r a ,e. ' marble ' egotiated. Taxes Paid for et. enting a Specialty Thei , od argai . to the day. ' "25$0 acres rice land on'BayouChene. BOR LO0 acres oil and rice land near Pogue :yllOilu Prairie. S18t2 acres tine rice land near Guey- a boy. ;' acres and 6 room house, one The 4-. eule from Jennings. both r S388 acres rice land east of Kinder. bth S.Oacres near Mamou very cheap. typho: <lce mill near Jennings, capacity u =00 sacks per day. Lot 90x144 with 5 room house on Charl West Academy street. busin ot -. 900144 with house on West s -. ' oademy 51ir t. Mr. " ý ot 60t144 with.5 room house turn Lot 22xi533 with buildings on Main visit e L.ot 62x140 with small cottage on east Siecond street. SFor rent, 7 room house on Church justic street.. $75.0 And many more. Don't invest un .tl you have called on or addressed tric c Soutbern Realty & Collection Co., New JENNIN- S, LA. He ,, S ecord Building. critic See RITCHi, the Jeweler, Th meet...

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. — 27 May 1902

THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. AN INtL,-PFNDENT LOCAL N EWSPAPEII. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER. E litor ar I Provretor. SIIl. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA TUESDAY. MAY 27, 1902 NUMBER 126. Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner There are live sizes and p.tterns of this Burner designed for , arious 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 - - - Heywood Bros. AND Dobbirns Iron WVorks, Successors to BOEHM EBROS. JENNINGS, - - - - LOUISIANA. =_-.-, SUMMERTIME, means hot, scorching days. when the lightest of wearing apparel is the' only kind wearable, and it is in the matter of lightness that we wish to _-" call your attention to our straw hats. Almost gossamer in weight, they pro ; tect yet do not ol)press the head. Of the most stylish mode, strong an...

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. — 27 May 1902

ý,ý° it "ý ý"ý - Revoiatioaaryº' Hro O n. George ýuW hPLW steA te -reat Northwest fromothe Rogers Clark 4 Britishband theandians (Special Letter.) .-1 HERE has lh eui a sugges- i t tion that Ciarh; street in i'th- t( cago be rechr:..trned McKlin ley avenue, an d there is an if almost unieliwevahle state of ignoralnce preva.lllog aniong a the citizens of Ctl:ca;,;o in W regard to tile origin of the 1 street's name and the h:stoly of th man for whom it was christened. Even a the editors of several Chicago journals have been ill inforrmed eniougil to con fuse Gen. George tRo'les Clark, the soldier and pioneer, w th Capt. V.il 'liam Clark. the eoplor:. of the faror Lewis and Clark exped i ou. V It was Gen. George Bogers Clark 1 who wrung this section from th- Hrit- t ish and the indianl,. ali is iori- unp): alleled fortitude in th, f,i ouit!lr cani paigns at the end of h" , ':,:r't,: th. century led the ilm.'n who l0i l our the streets of Chicago to hlonor one af them with his namne. ...

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. — 27 May 1902

ý. Tho.e Wouads That Will alot NeaL -Jn ever-helart are secret-wounds The fac -Aoesnfot revelat; Thut ankle, ever. night and da Thoes wounds that will not leal. Some cold neglect from those we love, Who scorn the pain we feel, Oft lea'e the heart oppressed and sore Witw Woltnds that will not heal. Whet from dear lips we oft have pressed atUi-words that pierce like steeal . - hey rend the heart with gaping wounds Which Time may never heal. Some Buried hope. some coffined form, The clods of earth conoeal. May doom the heart fore'er to bleed From wounds that will not heal. -Oh, sad the tears that flow unselen. That pillows moist conceal: That flow from wounds so deep. so sore, No balm but Hteat"en may hleal. Progress of Tempeiance Moveyamet. The chronicle of wonders, called the history of the nineteenth century, re cords victories of civilization trans cending those of the previous fourteen hundred years taken together, and in its long list of moral triumphs the progress of temperan...

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. — 27 May 1902

....;. : -, t L lL NE AU .CLINB, 1d Notaries PbIIS ,,e .. to a. IwQasm, -. E. WOOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice in the courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. C harters drawn. Titles examined. Office. Main st., Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on 'l bird street, west of i C,, ry avenue. Free Estin.tes (. ien on Ap plication. I ..-ing Prices an d First Class \W,rk. PO' DS (Gri'N IF REQUIRFEn. ] SRIL Done to ., - Ords·-. i)Desi-n ~' ' 1:our tasie. eAll ki'lud,,... i ':. iliture repaired and rcon- - . e 1. C. alil arty r :. amine :.-c, I. L 1' i . MAN-TLE, :: ,,. Racket st, 7t : w IViAE-K D, - TT P. 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 dy;speptics have been cured after everything el...

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. — 27 May 1902

l. .1 A AEALrG se. . D. ANDRUS, ' .-Ptes's:' .ý . $o cAN, Cashier .THE CITIZENS BANK, , Jennings, - - Loutsiana. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. DTRICTORiS -.T. H. H lfinan, C. A. Lowry, E. 1. Hall, D. Hebert, .A D. McFarlaiu, A. M.1 ..rbbur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus. Collections recivei uprw, pt attentiou. A general banking busi ness trallaete;;. B. A.RIC-iAriRT, Public Auc tio:.er, Roanoke, Louisiana. I sol:it? 1our patronage and guar- I e rtee satisfaclion. 4Bd&wtf A. H. Hurnphcxy, Architect Room 5. Oci:t tid Phony PFOU Sf5 LmA S ork. dt_, THE FEED w·*vrrctctc a HAT SAVES , MONEY OVER l ST. LOýI1J CC)FN 6 OATS., WOOD CA. T M. S ··C: BL Ph n ,t Ofl. ' if AN Do I ant lVt1 ot ted to fdo HOUSE MOAViN'G nid H-IEAVY HAUL. ING of alt ,i ii suct a.-- I;,tilers, ~Ent ntious:att.\i'Zticnet y. Rates reasonff tile. 'atll in like it thiy -residoiaiic · it ,,;' sub, fI ~ use·. tW. H. POW'týiLL.:. K E. PCtWELL SAW a LA' i I ,LLp Eiton, La. MAI `F.ACA UIER3 0O Leafa YtA: E J. ...

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. — 27 May 1902

Uabies - a sseele *sames some . parts of thre country ames eem 4 tqbe on the increase. Dr.-Sal em cells particular attention to this, i'na as a- eampibw 'ites its -'aresse Sn the District of Colnmbia. He says: fhere.as, been a marked ainarease In the number of rabid dogs discovered in the District of Columbia during the pst year (year ending June SO, 1900). In previous years the number brought to the attention of the authorities was as follows: 1893, 11; 1895, 2; 1896, 5; 1897, 8; 1898, 7; 1899, Jan. 1 to June 30, 4. For the fiscal year ending June 80, 1900. the number of cases was 45. In addition, 4 cows, 1 cat, and 1 horse were tested and found to have died of rabies. Four men and 16 children were bitten. The continued prevalence of this terrible and fatal disease is a serious condition and one that demands earnest consideration. Rabies is a dis ease that originates only from con tagion. In the vast majority of cases St is caused by the bite of a rabid dog. If, when an outbrea...

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. — 27 May 1902

'~ J~ol Ash... s · Hall.tt BY MUARGARET BLOVUNT. CHAPTER X Vl.-(Continued.) We returned late. and very tired; -and as there were two beds in my .room, Lee consented to occupy one of them, in the place of going home to his own lodgings, which were at the -other end of the town. It might have been three hours later, When I was roused from a deep sleep by the consciousness that some thing was in the room, and bending over my bed. I had heard the words, "Are you coming'." in a deep. low tone close at my very ear: but when 1 started up. I saw nothing. The moon shone in at the window. broad .and full. I could discover nothing more than the familiar furniture. anti my little terrier, sleeping quietly on his cushion in the corner. That voice, so deep and full, was still ringing in my ear. A vague ter ror was at my heart. I turned upon my pillow. As I did so I saw-I swear I saw-through the curtains-that face! And the cold and gloomy black eyes were bent full upon me: and the clenched hand, w...

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. — 27 May 1902

L "ES1ATE Improved and Unimproved City or .or Farm Property Po r a' e. 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 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 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 Co., JENNINcS, LA. Record Building. See RITCH, the Jeweler, In iulburt's Bookstore. Jewelry IRepairing, Artistic Engraving. Graduate Optician. Eyes Tested Free. dl07tr New C...

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. — 28 May 1902

TUME JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. AN INDNDNT LOCAL N ESPAPI. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS SUBSCRIPTION:5 Cents a Month; 5 a Year. N. L. ILL ir Pro jENNiGS. LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY. MAY 28, 1902 NUMBER 12 VOLUME Ill ..........-__ Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the~ Harris Oil Burner I There are five sizes and p ýtterns of this Burner designed for - arious uses and var ious kinds of boilers. They range in price C8 from $5.00 to $25.00, including plans and I specifications and full instructions for equipping any kind of plant. Write for Mau circulars or call on - - Spe Heywood B3ros. AN Dobbis N Iroln Vorks, Successors to BOEHM -ROS. of JENNINGS, LOUISIANA. res SJENNIGS, su SUMMERTIME to means hot, scorching days, when the en lightest of wearing apparel is the Th only kind wearable, and it is in the matter of lightness that we wish to of call your attention to our straw hats. ad Almost gossamer in weight., they pro- C e tect het do not oppress the head. Of ne the most sty...

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. — 28 May 1902

L1riging to Old Beliefs 5aJiors of thýW5 'roftta a p tItI u e iýý Th mi~rAn stors. ...................... *It is a.mistake, according to a well Ik8ftlfyo'ang naval officer. to suppose that-'the sailors of our present nary are free from superstition. "I remem ber." he said, "only five years ago. nW'h " I was in the training ship Sara toga. that the old salts there were as full of old superstitious beliefs as any of their ancestors could have been. "When at sea in a dead calm. the swaying of the masts in a motionless atmosphere sometimes causes a pe culiar walling sound like distant cries. This, the old seamen assured us. was the moaning of the souls of sailors lost at sea. "Another one of their pet beliefs Is that all sailors that di. by drowning are at once transformed into Cape Horn pigeons, or. as they are also called, Mother Carey's chlickens. Of flcers are supposed to find their re Incarnations in seagulls andl mews, while the big, solitary albatrosses. fol lowing the wake of p...

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. — 28 May 1902

i L, atti39 · witer shad rsn ues l ur. SThe old farm-home is motJeIF. yes p And illed it is with ldy and to R adess t*~"gol4 Of the harvests, as of old The corn, the fragrant clover, and the hay; But agosit we torn our gaie, As ~fth efes "of other days To the orchard' where our children used to play. Qi, ~rom ourt life's full measure And rich hoard of worldly treasure We often turn our weary eyes away, And hand In hand we wander Down the old path winding yonder To the orchard where the children used to play. Our sloping pasture lands are filled with herds; The barn and granary bins are bulging o'er; TLhe. grove's a paradise of singing birds The woodland brook leaps laughing by the door; Yet lonely., lonely still. Let us prosper as we will. Our old hearts seem so empty every way We can only through a mist See the faces we have ktised 3n the orchard where the children used to play. Oh, from our lifft's full measure And rich hoard of worldly treasure We often turn our weary eyes away, ...

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. — 28 May 1902

; E.. WOOTEN Feemmrly of North Louiatana. ATTORNEY AT LAW wND NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice in the courts at Lake Challes and Crowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. Offioe. Main at., Jennings. La. BEHTON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on 'i bird street, west of Card avenue. Free Esum.:tes Given on A1, plication. Living Prices a nd First Class Work. BONDS GIVIN IF REQUIRED. RILLS oneto Desit; , t.c suit . our tasto. .All ki ios ,ft fu rnit urd repaired -and reco,.-:: u"t.. . Cal tind nr amine se;e,. o, ( IiLL ,rt:,i MANTLE w,,r'k. iho, r,,trth o,1 Racket sto.! •. 7Ti & w MIARK D. RITTER. Kodeo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of thi 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 itsuse many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stoma...

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. — 28 May 1902

4 . IL Y r6 DIRECTORS-J. -. H. Horman, C. A. Lowry, U . a M,.D. lebert,. .& 9;. Mclrlain, A-M. .~rtbor, Udd Morris, D. I% Andrus,. B. C. Andrus. Collectious receive pr.mpt attention. A general banking'busib ness transacted. B. A. RICHHART, Public Auotioaeer, ;Roanoke, - - Louisiana. I solicit your patronage and guar sntee satisfaction. 45d&wtf A. H. Humpihrey, Architect nnd Buildr ... Room 5. Scott Bldg. Phone 102t. PUR NA FOR Hard Work. THE FEED THAT SAVES, ?DiAi ?I MONEY OVER : (CORN ,OATS, WOOD nod COAL. FRE'E. 4 1) PRO)MPT DEALLi ErIY A'P. M. S. P00-TUE'S) Phone (-J). , Id tf TEAMI. G AND HOUS- MOVING. I am lreliared to d(l HOUSE MOVING and HEAVY HAUL ING (if all killds, such as Boilers, _Engines and Machinery. Rates reasonabl. Call ,n me at my residenci ,*~ist lf schsliboase. 43 L. . TRUMI AN). Mr. H. POWELL., R. E. POWELL POWELL'S SAW and PLANING MILL Elton, La. IMANUFACTURERS O0 L., Yellow Pine Lumber J. C. LANG & Co. --DEALERS IN FEED AL.KEINDS ATPRICESTHAT 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. — 28 May 1902

Pausing .1' 'a'wiat ui i.' W1~li)as Hanrsaba9 knows tte As tic world as 'Wildiili'* diSed rt the county hospital, .Chicago, April 18. -Hanraian's death was the result of an attack of pneumonia. Hanrahan's prominence in the pugl- 1 listic world began with his quick dis- t posal of Marvin Hart in one round at , Louisville some months ago. -Hart t was considered almost invincible by Louisville's" fight fraternity and his quick downfall was the biggest sur prise in that city's ring history. Sucoess, however, proved too much for Hanrahan. Clubs throughout the country were after him and his ser vices were in big demand. He was given a good time by all his admirers and the pace set for him was willing ly followed. Chicago was successful in securing his services 1'rst after his victory over Hart, the American club picking Frank Childs to oppose him. Child's took advantage of the opportunity, while Hanrahan was lax in his work. He had little respect for Child's abil lity, and entered the rin...

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. — 28 May 1902

-f t ? est< -: h~rd'j LLYN. - oopfht, 19x.2o by Daly J -ry * Pub. Co.) DO OO OOO~···O O·DO ')O OO qbbO OO 4 O OOO, O~0 The room wore an air of faded am "bition, like the woman. Irma Heckel was a vivified prototype ef the room. She was no longer young, but in manner and even in her ap perance she suggested ideals grown dingy with much lugging about-per haps wifth difficulty. As it was neces sary for her to earn the little she ate or wore, she painted saints for a li - ing and quietly laughed at all religion to her cat and dog friends. A sense of humor had kept her from becom ing entirely bitter. One evening when the saints wer? at rest on the work table and she sat staring idly and stroking a great eat in her lap her imagery took a backward leap into the past. She was young again, vivid, in earnest: Be fore the fire sat two children, the room had suddenly taken on the tone of a perky little parlor. The little girl wore black stockings and a very short frock; her hair was "ta...

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. — 28 May 1902

A. D. McFAI2LAIN 8SOS, ... Dealers In Real Estate... Oil Lands a Specialty " Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. < WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LIST OF RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN LOTS List Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy. Office ,. D. McFARLAIN'S STORE, fJI'iNS, In...... L O UISIAA. REAL ESTATEto Improved and Unimproved City or or Fa rm Property For r ale, Loans Netotialn'd. Taxes Paid for to Non- re4si.ents. lenting a Specialty Some Good Bargains. 250 acres rice land on BayouChene. 210 acres oil and rice land near Mamnou P'rairie. 1(i2 a,' 'es Line rice land near Guey- 0 dan. 11 acres and ( room house, one mile from Jennings. 388 acres rice land east of Kinder. 40 acres near Maimou very cheap. d Rice mill near Jennings, capacity 200 sacks per day. Lot tsx144 with 5 room house on West Academy street. Lot H90x144 with house on West p Academy street. Lot 6(0x144 with 5 room house. Lot 22x15: with buildings on Main A street.. Lot (i:x140 with ...

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. — 29 May 1902

:TIHE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. "AN iNDEX' NENT OCAL N EWSPAPEIE -Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS; SUBSCRIPT1ON:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER. Editor and Proprietor. Ai ", N1N'.S, LOUISIANA, THURSDX1T. MAY 29, 1902 NUMlBER . '.~ I . __......... __________ ________ _____________m m . Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner T ihere are five sizes and p tterns of this Burner designed for various uses and var ious kinds of boilers. They range in price from $5.00 to $25.00, includiag plans and specifications and full instructions for equipping any kind of plant. Write for circulars or call on - - - Heywood Bros. AND Dobbirns Iroli ,Vorks, Successors to BOEHM EROS. to JENNINGS, - . . . - - LOUISIANA. e - u SUMMERTIME t means hot. scorching days, when the lightest of wearing apparel is the only kind wearable, and it is in the matter of lightness that we wish to call your attention to our straw hats. Almost gossamer in weight, they pro tect et do...

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. — 29 May 1902

ow' 1Mnlivtyou endeavor S dny---.  are to go' - ou" eanm't pem t plaudits to thunde Irom- all of:the people at once; .. And others w lity you're a dunce W hen the carpers at last have you wor* .ried And lead you to alter your gait, * Nieeantly find you have hurried eInto 'quite.similar fate. And the world will as usual rate you Poart hero and likewise part fraud; The men who applauded will hate you And the men who once kicked will ap plaud. UDGE BAKER. the newly ap poined Judge of the United States Court of a Western ju dicial district. was on his way to Chicago to attend a banquet given In his honor by the Legal Light Club, and his whole appearance radiated satisfaction with himself and all the world. He had attained the height of his political ambition, was recent ly married to the woman of his choice, and enjoyed life in the beautiful home he had planned and built. His health and temper were uniformly good, and what more of fortune's favors could he reasonably expect? The Judge ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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