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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 29 May 1902

3d~i ".. .rr BY IAUGARET ULOUNT. / r fý ý /ý+rS rý ýr R XVIII. It a tl .norm ning--elmost hiss of l * t.ha& Dbeu autume, rath er than a December day. The sun had advanced just high enough in the heavens to pour down his mildest and Warmest Ieams, and the near village and the distant bills were bathed in the golden light, as. of old. the fair Eden _spread its beauty forth for Adam's admiring eyes. SIt was a blessed day. The most careless heart could but drink in its beauty in a thankful mood;: the fresh, sweet air brought a color to the most pallid cheek. It was hard to look out upon the glorious scene and realize that a world .so lovely and so fair should be the home and haunt of all that was contemptible and base--that the serpent Slander and the gaunt fiend Care, and the demon of Murder. with his red right hand. could fling a shadow over all this beauty and cause each heart that hadc loved it once. al most to curse its memory in nft"r years. And yet. even the singing of the b...

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. — 29 May 1902

Notar es PoNbl O. E. WOOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. ATTORNIEY AT LAW ANDi NOTARY PUBLIC. Practice in the courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. Cha rters drawn. Titles examined. QSioe. Main st, Jennings. La. ,J1l'ON H. THOMAS, *MASTER PAINTER. Shop on 'third street, west of (ca.ry avenue. Free Estinm rtow (=i 'en on Ap plication. ,i vin: Prices a u d First Olass Work. BONDS (GIViEN IF REQUIRED. Desih u to suit your taste. All kind- . furniture repaired and reetm.- 2t. C'l  ;nd ex amine satrlpies of G1r IL.L and MANTLE wk,,. .' ,, a,,rih of Racket store. 73,i 3 MARK D. ITTER. 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 dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. F...

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. — 29 May 1902

..EN 1 BAN K, 'Lot na. t1 . -NTREiST 6PA ON TIDE DEPOSITS. DI REC'fO'O&S-J. H. Hoff)tman, C. A L wry, E 1. fHat D. Hebert, - .ýAD. MFIcrtarin, A. Mt .iribur, Edd Moric., D. ,D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus. Collectic, is receivr-v pr, mpt attention. A general banking busi ness trn.n-jict;I. Lii A. RICHHiART, Pubuic Auctio:neer, Roanoke, - - Louisiana. I sou:cii dour patronage and guar bantee aisfaet.ion. 4bd&wLf A A. H. Humphre-ey, Architec, and B i b-er .... Rocm 5. Sot; Sidg. Phone 10t. PU |NA FOR Hard Work. THE FEED THAT SAVES I MONEY OVER ST. 10S M". CORN A OATGS WOOD and COAL. FR1: .- AD PROOM PT ]) t_ :"i.. - AP .A . M. S. 20P G-UE'S. PRiLon" In I. t 2di If 1W. HI. PO',F'A} . R. E. -OlWSL, IL POW'ELL'S SAW and PLANING MILL! Elton, La. MANUYACI'URERS O0 L".n Yellow Pine Lumber I - _ . . . . A. COMPARISON. All Bicycle Sprockets run outside their bearings like Stone No. I. - THE The RACYCLE SPROCKETS ROLL BETWEEN their Bearings, tie Stone No. 2. Which will turn easier? SEEI...

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. — 29 May 1902

j WIR[NTER:'S: END. we wiiter-worn tlie hiver under aodden -hays long 'and; lorn- . .; , t; JIlera shudder of the brook, ; w:inds thit wring the writhen trees " -avier sound or look .,:T-', .,tonely- rain. iThe ows that train o'er desert skies e..a endless earavans that have no jgal • "t -flight-where darkness flies 3. 5x pole to pole. h." "e sombre zone of hills around ... '4at shrink in misty mournfulness from sight. '. ith sunset aureoles crowned 'Bfeore the n' ht. -Cale Young ,,ice, in Lippincott'a Maga sine. epear Widow's Ricture Prom the French of Emil Traveatre. 6 O OOOOOOOOO0000O0000 OOR Widow Pelegrino lehad just been i dispossessed. andil all their beltl ugings were to .be sold ot publih, :iuctiioi . The goods were hlptld Ill ou the doorstep and the, town crier was call inlg loudly for purchasers. A few pass ers stopped. but they had hardly gl~nced at thlle Ipoo collection when ^,ey "ontinued their wa:y. and even the ,beggars went by without a sigh of envy. At, last t...

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. — 29 May 1902

Down all the, smooth at ;np the stony ways, I weoder who would wait complacently? For you there might be fortune and for me Gray woes from whiqch 1 fain would turn , and flee I wonder who would sing the songs of praise, If we could know? Death might be grinning at us there, if we Could draw the curtain! You might bend the knee In suppliance while I rushed forth to raise Such wild and joyful shouts as should amaze I wonder which would shrink -men's woe or glee. If we could know? -S. E. Kiser. -Mir Ir was quite an event for Sugeville when Silas Stanford. the political boss of eleven counties, registered at the Bellevue Hotel and became the loadstone for ,all the local poli ticians. But it was something of a sbock and more of a joke for Sage ville" when the news leaked out that young Max Watson was "after the xiomination for sheriff'." hlax was a boy. ijust twenty-two. with "no record" exc.elpt that of ca bright Kansas boy. Born in Sageville. only child of the late .ludge Elmer Watson...

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. — 29 May 1902

END. t long and; lorn- gena shudder of the brook, d 9-winds 'that wring the writhen trees 1n vain de sound or look- i onely raih. -owhe that train o'er desert skels ·:,- indlme ..caravans that have no goal "Ut fiight-wlhere darkness flies p';' VpOle to pole. "''T smbre zone of hills around ;.'lhat shrink in misty mournfulness from -" , sight. r;itb sunset atireoles crowned -BlDefore the night. -Cale Young lite. in iippincott'a Maga line. 000@@00000000 I e 'oor Widliw's Picture $ From the French of Emil Travestre. g just beIen dispossessed. an tl all their behl ngings *were to be sold at punltli :tut'titn. The goods were headltd uip on thli doorstep and the town ci'rier was call ing loudly for purl'ulsers. A few pa"s ers stopped, hut they had hilirdly glanced at tihe poolr collection when -k.ey ?ontinllued their way. and even the 'beggars went by without a sigh of ;envy. At, last the eriter stopped to recover bin breath, ald after glunciug up and down the street, he said doubtfutl...

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. — 29 May 1902

Down all the smooth a \np`eCony -ways, I wonder Whlo would wait complacently? For yoe there might be fortune and for cme Gray woes from whiqh I fain would turn and flee I wonder who would sing the songs of praise, If we could know ? Deathi might be grinning at us there, if we Could draw the curtain! You might bend the knee in nnmppliance while I rushed forth to raise Such wild and joyful shouts as should amaze I wonder which would shrink--men's woe or glee, If we could know? -S. E. Kiser. Tr was quite an event for Sageville wllen Silas Stanford. the political boss of eleven counties, registered at the Bellevue Hotel and became the loadstone for all the local poli ticians. But it was something of a shock and more of a joke' for Sage ville when the news leaked out that young Max Watson was "'after the nomination for sheriff." Max was a boy, just twenty-two. with "no record" except that of a bright Kansas boy. Born in Sageville. only child of the late Judge Elmer Watson. he was rich in...

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. — 29 May 1902

... Dealers In Real Estate... SOil Lands a Specialty Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. t W. ALSO HAVE A LARGE LIST OF RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN LOTS @ " ist Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy. office Al D. McPFARLAIN'S STORE, LOUI/'ANs . I ...... - I h DI REAL ESTATEL Improve. andl Unirni'ovedl City or P or 1i' ar; le., Oi;rt Loans Nt..oti tid Taxes P'aid for ] Non-reside:!s. !:e tiii a aspecialty th Some Good Bargains.nu 250 acres rice land on BayouChene. 210 acres oil and rice land near fri Maniou Prairie. 162 acres tine rice land near Guey dan. b 11 acres anlll ( oui house, one mile from Jennings. 388 acres rice land east of Kinder. 40 acres near \Maioun very cheap. Rice mill near Jennings, capacity to 200 sacks per day. at Lot 90x144 with 5 room house on West Academy street. Lot 9)1x144 with house on `Vest Academy str-ft. isi Lot 60x144 with 5 room house. Lot 22x1153 with buildings on Main of street. wI Lot 6(2x140 with small cotta...

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. — 30 May 1902

.l ° THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. AN INDEPENDENT tOCPL NEWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor 1OLUM- 11,, I$JE-NNLGS, LOUISIANA FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1902 NUTMBER 129. , . . . -- . _ ,,,- Jm . In . m I . . . . .ii i i i m l I i Ii. . . . . . . . I . . .. . . . . . . . Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner There are five sizes and pitterns 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-Ieywood Bros. AND Dobbins Iroin Works, Successors to BOEHM BROS. JENNINGS, - - - - - LOUISIANA. SUMMERTIME mearts hot, scorching days, when the lightest of weal ing 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 goss...

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. — 30 May 1902

`p a dse wtide, of id a i ani'frrn ibe^'+ouia city the other day. -hter the fre was well started 4t seemed to be one.great sheet of lame extending over the entire burned area.. Streets were no bar rfer to the fire. Houses disappear ed in .an instant when approached by the flames. It is impossible to describe the speed with which property worth millions of dollars was swallowed up in that sea of Are. Men and women took refuge in parts of the city which seemed to be perfectly safe and in a few minutes were compelled to run to save their lives. The rapidity with which the flames spread cannot be described. Fifteen hun dred people who could find no place of safety escaped on the fer ry. Many of these would have been burned if the rivermen had not come to their rescue." Couldn't Hide His Ears. Jerome C. Knowlton, professor of law in the University of Mich igan, has a vast fund of good sto ries and tells them to perfection. One is of the time when United 'States Senator Quarels, of Wis on...

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. — 30 May 1902

'HRowdY ow J al howdy! Know =ho's eo t' .a , , ..t, homely, gruff, /ut trust right in him 'when Map jiata sez it's-good euf= . o Howdy!'  ' Y " 01' boy, howl. iin ike lni dt~ieaqomin. - !Ye"ar like' b'head Teh aay Ait Hes the heeft in' m aes you feetl Flez .:cheery. earnest ring. 9- Like yore rely-in the deal, - . put-oq, the A-1 thing, Sayin', 'Howdy!' you say lowdy! . , An' yore friend kin ort o " epi'- -es ooom d- a awg , "-Charles W. 8tevenson, iin Lippin tt 's Massaine. ALEB SIMPSON is an old man a now. and it is with something a of self-depreciation that he t somu.'timles spins.a yarn of the I old days when be was in the circus t business with Slmonides Patroclus I Price. A hot lunch and a few friends nearly as old as himself got him I .started the other night, and he told one like this: "There ain't any use going hack to t the particulars of he w I got in the show business further than to say that I sold up old Pap Rockwell's show for I .a feed bill he owed me. tried the ...

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. — 30 May 1902

Forme ly Fof North Louigtiana. ATTORNEY AT LAW 1ND NOTARY PUBLIC. Pralce,. in the courts at Lhake Charles and' Crowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. Ofie. Main st., Jennings. La. jot B ITON H. THOMAS, of MASTER PAINTER. n Shop on 'I hird street, west of Care avenue. Free Estimates Given on Ap- re hpication. Living Prices and en ast Class Work. fr( BowDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED, no su GRILLS Order. fry Design to sui t your taste. an All kinds of furniture repaired no and recon.-tructed. Cal aid ix- 5 amine saip!es of GRI!LL and 18 MANTLE work. .Shi: o tri " Racket store. 7.6dc: Je MARK D. R+ ,TT~ R. de on Dyspepsia Cure Digest: 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 in the food you want. The most sensitive p stomachs car take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptic; have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled f:r the stomaceh. Child ren wi...

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. — 30 May 1902

,%E :c iTZNS BAN K, j. nnaiýge, - Louisiana. SINTEELT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. DI"IEC' RS--J. HHorffIman, C. A. L,wry, E. I. Ball, D. Hebert, .A. D. Mc1rlaiii,-A. M. Arthbur, Edd Mor, is, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus. Collectious receive prompt attention. A general banking busi ness transacted. •  .· B. A. RICH HART, Public Auctioneer, 'Roanoke, - - Louisiana. I.solicit your patronage and guar antee satisfaction. 48d&wtf A. H. Humphrey, Architect and Builder . . Room 5. Scott Bldg. Phone 102. PUR NA FOR Hard Work.1 THE FEED anBk r THAT SAVES ffj MONEY OVER 81tz S 0 CORN 4OATS WOOD O COAL., 1VI - 8 . ? C T ' s. Phone -. -'20 t. POWE1u LL'S SAW and PLANING MILLL Elton, La. MANUPACTURERS OF Lo"., Yellow Pine Lumber 4. COMPARISON. AW Bir;yc!., Sp rckdc. run o:tzside tbe'r bearings like Stone No. 1. H- TE - The RACYCLE SPROCKETS *"OLL B'ETVWEENV their Bearings, I k.e Stne N. 2. ,: . . ..r r ' "-, .in energy S'-ld od "TWO BR HE-- S" East of (i! nn 11'1 BICYCLE i; EPA1:ING AND -UN )I UES...

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. — 30 May 1902

modiIUss Lost 1a the Snow. ) IETAIS of the tragic and ex traordinary disaster that be fel a large company of Jap anese soldiers in January are brought by steamer from Aomori. the terminus of the Tokaido Railway north of Tokio. A detachment of 219 troops. under command of ,Major Yamatuchi, set out from their garrison at Hirosaki for a winter march over the mountains to Toshikimura on an expedition un dertaken to demonstrate measures lecessary to transport military bag gage through the snow. The detach ment was cauglht, ti ni snowstorm. and as further progress was impossible they bivouacked. With the exception of Oaptaliu Ktnaminarl. Mujor Yamaguchi, Captain Karaishti, Lieutenant Ito and two non-commissioned officers and four privates. the troop was lost, some being frozen to death and others buried in the deep snow. They left, the garrison on January 214, and as not a man returned next day an inquiry was instituted, and on the 27th the terrible fate of the detach ment was learned. T1...

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. — 30 May 1902

and ,the riiiig"of the Cheers, heem wee one to see see uch a one as she, gho could -ot see for tears. And beck agein same the marcbing men, With the pue singing still= Yea the music surge was a shing dirge, -All sad and slow and shrill. ea woman wept; and a soldier slept In the drealess, silent sleep; Adthe bugle song had' a measure wrong, Per the buglere sometimes weep. Aand .'the bugle' lure while the years en Will coax them to the line, 'And the lilting strains on the hills and 8tilecho fair and ine, Bat the suits of blue, and the sabres, too, And the worn and baittered cape Will tell some maid what the bugle played Wbeniit sighed the song of "Taps.' - . D. Nesbit, in Baltimore American. IN a village episodes or seemingly no importance expand to dimen sions of events and receive atten tions quite beyond their dues, just as any excitement is welcomed in a quiet neighborhood, where the placid tenor of existence is pursued to deadly monotony. The coming of Simon Friend to Ev ansvi...

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. — 30 May 1902

A. P. IOFARLAIN ... Dealers In Real Estate ... W "R Oil Lands a Specialty Tracts of One to Ten Acres or More in Desirable Locality. te WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LIST OF RICE and TIMBER LANDS and TOWN LOTS . L s Yr Ppy-W--- U , a n Ss IfY"tBe A RISO List Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy _"__f Z. D. McFARLAIN'S STORE, JENN, Ns, ________ ___o_____,_ LUSIANA. REAL ESTATE Improved a ii Uii.,proved City or F o1 r ; a lp er Loans Ne. i. Taxes Paid for Non-resid:-:.'s. 1 cating a Specialty Some Good Bargains. 250 acres rico land on BayouChene. 210 acres oil and rice land near 1amou Prairie. 102 acres line rice land near Guey dan. 11 acres ao tmi room house, one mile from .1enu'in:s. 388 acres re- lanr, east of Iinder. 40 acres I0nel" .1 laiou very cheap. Rice mnii rn,''a Jennirgs. capacity 200 sacks pc.' ,:t'y. Lot 90x144 with 5 room house on West A.ca on. .t.reet. Lot 1i1:,:144 ,ithh house on 'Vest Acadeny e ' Lot 6M0i!44 'itlh ., room house. Lot x1. waitl buildings on Main ...

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. — 31 May 1902

- - • THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD. AN aNt.~NDENT LOCAL N EWSPAPVER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:6O Cents a Month; S5 a Year. N. L. MIL'ER. Editor and P "r4 .;,L `JIENNIN(G, LOUISIANA SATURa.Y. MAY 31, 1902 N- --ER [ --~~~~~~~~~~ - - ... - [ .i ll ° Sole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the Harris Oil Burner! There ate five sizes and p tterns of this Bu rner d.s.igned for various uses and var ious kihd.s o,f boilers. They range in price from, .:º.'t to $25.00, including plans and specific ttionuv and full instructions for equitipintl, any kind of plant. Write for t t'i:unirst, or call on - - - I-Iey wod I3ros. AND Dobbins rorm IVorks, : u;:,- rs to BOEHM E.ROS. JENN1Nl G ; . - LOUISIANA. SUMMERTIME means hot, scorching days, when the ii.htest of wearing aPiarel is the only kind wearatle. and it is in the = matter of lightness that we wish to call your attention to our straw hats. LAlmost gossamer in weight. the% pro teeCt )et do not oppress the head. (...

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. — 31 May 1902

,- - - AL Amuasis ation without diciscrmaautl I a favorite policy in Russlik. i 'This spring's crops of Brussels ' ..pauts .oonsists mostly of bayonets. Andrew Carnegie's new book will be 4 bought by all the Carnegie libraries, of course. Mr. Carnegie says he is "not a phil anthropist." . He doesn't want to die disgraced-that is. all." *Dr. Ehglish, the author of "Ben Bolt," contributed more to the success of "Trilby" than Du Maurier did. Suppose indigestion does cause ly ing in mild forms- ;ome cooks are lucky that it does not cause murder. A horse twenty hands high is the latest Kansas production. It will make a good mount for Minerva Na tion. Just to sort of wind up the "r" sea son, word comes from Baltimore that a man in that city choked to death on an oyster. "God bless my people. black and white." were the last words of Wade Hampton. There is a text which needs no sermon. Ben Butler's monument will have to wait until a generous public can de cide whether to locate it at Boston...

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. — 31 May 1902

Y" rcaHAsD USTOo. wound through strange utred hiflas, down -canons lone wild thijgs screamed, with winds iLashed on L i bants 4F  rsn --tisward . the sea; epic quest it was of elder years, t'or f e1.or for good. red `old,. he toes>;~ in iron says of-old. 'ý'- 'aelam-go6 thunders throughli W'hile dominant Saxons from the hurtling trains -smile at the aliens, Mexic, Indian1 'Who offer .*ires, keen-colored, like their e-d-as of imtspitigable.plains _ tkete asoftness of the modern man; o menace, now, the desert's mood of Still westward lies a green and golden land. For, at the magic touch of water, blooms The wilderness, and where of yore the yoke Tortured the toilhra into dateless tombs. 3o! brightsome fruits to feed a mighty folk. -The Century. T18REE TRAISI IN TIHE OII W. A ZltA Who Got Lost in the Woods De fled a Panther and Saved His Deer. Bu B. -. w sI.BON. WENTY years ago when I was a boy up in Allegany County, New York. I got lost in the woods one " 4 '. day while taking ...

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. — 31 May 1902

eAd Ns OT Y PBI. *.. Pub a r ise * - pr C. e. WOOTEN 1'o>mw ly of North Louisiana. who ATTORNEY AT LAW law AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ilaw Practioe in the courts at Lake forn Charles and Crowley. Charters these drawn. Titles examined. and Offies. Main st., Jenningrs. La. obje stipi set f BENTON H. THOMAS, here MASTER PAINTER. hi Shop on 'Ihird street, westoli Fh Car: avaonni- ed. Free Estimn :res (4i ven on Ap)- held plication. [; :"ilg Prices and Lou First Class W. irk. for BONDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED. and and -- ved r 1 of b I Done to frogIL Od. . Orde. ser Desi!n to ~uit t our taszf. TI All kinds i,,f fu't ilure repaired tLii and recnr, -'~,oted. tl a :(d e: i amine sa! ;iIis oi0 GRILL 11.[ d buy MANTLE v .h. Shu ut 1r' sa:l Racket sto ... 7;.i' lise MARK D. (iTT .R . Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat. a. This preparat ion contains all or th ,,. digestants and digests all kinds of '1 food. ItgivesinstantI reiief and zever any fails to cure. It allows you to eat all ed 1 the food you wa...

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