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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 3 June 1902

Statue of Poet At Hi -Old (Special Lette)land. (Special Letter.) DMUND LAWR-ENCE STEDMAN otf New York, banker and hpo~t~as made :: public appeaf for sub scriptions necessa.ry . to complete the Thad which IS being raised to pay for the erection of a memorial to John Greenleaf Whittier. This memorisl will probably take the form 'of a statue-andis to stand in front of the Friends' meeting house in ý esbury, where the old poet was S- tfelong worshiper. "The work for the memorial," said Mr. Stedman, "was initiated by the ladies of the Whittier Home associa tion of Amesbury. It is to their de votion that we owe- the preservation of the Whittier house, the pious care with which it is maintained and shown .to the constant line bf pilgrims, and the celebrations of the anniversaries of the birthday of the poet of free dom, religious liberty, patriotism and the virtue of the American home. "As one who revered the pure, fer vent bard and seer, and had taken part in the simple rites accorded to...

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. — 3 June 1902

A. D. McFARAIN SON ... Dealers In Real Estate ... " Oil Lands. Specialty Tracts of Ode. 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 A. D. McFARLAIN'S STORE, JENNINGS REAL ESTATE.. Improved and Unimproved City or or Farm Property For Sa e.ito Loans Negotiated. Taxes Paid for on Non-residents. Renting a Specialty Some Good Bargains. 250 acres rice land on BayouChene. 210 acres oil and ride land near Mamou Prairie. th 162 acres fine rice land near Guey dan. 11 acres and (i room house, one. mile from Jennings. ,. tr 388 acres rice land east of iKinder. 40 acres near Mamou very cheac,. Rice mill near Jennings. cap.c'it) fit 200 sacks per day. Lot 90x144 with 5 room house on West Academy street. N Lot 00x144 with house on n ,.,.,, Academy str-et. Lot (10x144 with 5 room house to Lot 22x153 with buildings on Mau ir street. Lot 62x140 with small cottage on ...

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. — 5 June 1902

[EJENNINGS DAILY RECORD. SAN INIt:-PENDENT LOCAL N EWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER. edittor an- Prooriltor. VL .Tii;ME III. INNIN(;~, LOUISIANA THURSDAY. JUNE 5, 1902 N , iiR I;:4. The Duncan Studio Photographs Taken Rain or Shine. Copyinp and Enlarging a Specialty. Picture Frames and Frames Made to Order. We finish work for the Amatuer and keep a stock of supplies for those who wish to do their own work. - - - - - First class work and prices reasonable. Dunican & Elkiritotn, Gallery over Williams Bros. Store Main street. d134 SSUMMERTIME means hot, scorching days. when the lightest of wearing apparel is the only kind wearable, and it is in the nmatter of lightness that we wish to call your attention to our straw hats. Almost gossamer in weight, they pro - stect yet do not ,oppress the head. Of _-'= the most stylish mode, strong and durable, they offer in every way the most serviceable and delightful ...

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. — 5 June 1902

Stage Road Leadinj to the Grand Canon of Arizona visitor emerges almost unexpectedly on the stern beauty of rock and stseam that seams to be the premier effort of Nature in the line of the bautiful. The contrat peculiarly effective,. ...... ""), S " " , . . x ,; . ,::. .. . 5:-.p.!->. c . . tia A PARISIAN APRIL FOOL JOKE Vletimlue4 Man Unable to Bee Homer In the SBltaten. One of the leading notaries of Par is was amazed April 1 to find a crowd of hunch-backed men invading his of fice. The first Quasimodo arrived at about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and .was followed by thirty-two others in rapid succession. All said that they had been convened to the office there to hear, according to the usual phrase, "something to their advantage." Each man fully believed that he was on the straight road to a legacy or a dona "tion from some philanthropist The notary's office, which is near the bourse. is not a large one, and it was soon filled to inconvenience by the eager and expectant hunchb...

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. — 5 June 1902

li-i ýý`ý 1 ý ' -YFý ` ý hbe torrent rushes with frenzied A km rTo rest on the quiet plain; Tsv avalanche roars in its oaswa5 l flight. Then arfmentea s.leeps agal. 'The eag that sweeps witha tioai Oter horeoe of a brassy y. .At last must droop to the pines that olgs To the crest of t,e mountain high. The life we Ilve :and the race we,run. The sorrow and doubts that rend, Some day-the victory lost or won Will come to a quiet end: NFoe mad the torrent and strong the wing And fearful the headlong flight. "Yet Time the end of the day will bring. And after the day-the night. Civr War Coaee. "Did you ever see the big quart tin cups furnished to the army during the .ecivil war?" asked a man in a group who were talking about coffee. "Those tin cups were the real article, the beat quality of heavy tin-almost as thick .and durable as sheet iron. "I still have the one I carried all through the war; also my knife and fork, tin platter and spoon. Money couldn't buy them. Whenever I look at t...

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. — 5 June 1902

' ,-t;i ces .tatills 1E.E- WOOTEN  ':Formerly of North Louisiana. " ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBISC.. Practice in - the courts at Lake Charles and Crowley. C h a r t e s drawn. Titles examined. SOfAte. Main at, Jennings. La. :BK:TON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on IThird street, west oL Cary avenue. Free Es.timvo-s ;,vn+ on Ap plication. Living Prices an d irst Class Work. Bowns GIVEN IF REQUIITED. L FI 5 Done to 1I Order. -Desig'n ,to nit your taste. All kinds , : oi uore riai"d -and recon :l (:. ,. amine samnp.e. o C i;.l.L . oic c MANTLE work. ,i i, >rI Racket stu,',. 7. A MARK D. RITT~ ' Dyspepsia Cure D;gests what you eat. This rrepparat.ihn contain:: a:' of the digestants and dige:Žts all kinds of food. It gives instan t 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 everyt hing else failed. Is unequalled fir the stomach. Child ren wit...

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. — 5 June 1902

e m JLan ,tisna. INTEREST PAID ON T'M~- DE PO~ .~ DIR1i&'ORS--J. H. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, E. I. Hall, D. Hebert, A. D. ..Iii &rlin, -A. -A_ rbbor, Edd Morria, I. D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus. Collecti,,s receive pr.rompt attention. A general banking busi ness tr.su:.acte:l. B. A. RICHiHART, Puoli6 Auctic.ieer, Roanoke, - - .ouisiana. . I solii:it: your patronage and guar antee s:,bi s}nt:io1. 4,d("&wtf A. H. Hu~- .i-,. y, uid . ," .. . Roor 5. .- c,. 4:!d?. Phone 10t2. PUfRIMA Hard HV'or ek THE FEED nCe THAT SLAVES LW MONEY CIVER T.LoQ.. i CORN & 0AT. FT:EE A: M. S. " - -- . Phone 00. - . Is only Sold in Sacks ike this p The feed that keeps Mules up and feed bills f 'own. s M. TheFlorshei m SHOE All shOeS don't took alike don't fit alike don't cwear alike If you ewant the best for FIT WEAR and LOOKS try the Florsheim Shoe for men $5.00 and higher, but better than any other Sold by J. c. MAN S, JENNINGS, LA. Sold by "TWO BROTH! RS' East of Citizens M3inlk BICYCLE REPAIR...

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. — 5 June 1902

O'rnlea Oatpoint" Walooat. 1 Philadelphia Jack O'Brien outpoint ed Joe Walcott (colored) in a six very fast rounds at Philadelphia. Had a decision been rendered O'Brien would have. been given the verdict, for he undoubtedly outboxed the. negro In every round, but at the same time the t majority of those who saw the bout I would hardly care to place much of a roll on the white man in a finish fight. O'Brien used excellent judgment in 1 the bout. He kept Walcott off his bal ance most of the time, usually by go ing away every time the little negro tried to hit. O'Brien seemed in the pink of condition, while Walcott car ried too much flesh and was rather saort-winded. These facts made O'Brien's fast work all the more tell ing. for Walcott soon found that he could not keep place with it. Featbero.ighst, Great Fight. it The battle for the feather-weight pi championsfiip between Benny Yanger I. Snd Abe Attell at St. Louis ended in w the nineteenth round, when Sergeant hl Lavin jumped into ...

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. — 5 June 1902

Bv G£EoQ G GRAHAM. ,:.t. k[OopIr' t, 1902 b S -i~~ogrig, 1Q2,by Dailty Story Ptcbluc~iig COI~CP6ny.) At twenty-four Laura Kirkton had tired of a4ulation and social victories. of meaningless compliments and inane ashall talk, of blase men of the world and envious women, of "flanneled fools at the wicket and muddied oats at the goal" She had drunk of the pleasures of society to the dregs. Her wealth and beauty had insured her a high place in the "Four Hundred," which her talent and wit adorned. At first, of course, she enjoyed It, but after the novelty wore off and she saw a l the hollowness and heartless ness, the hypocrisy and sham beneath the bespangled surface she sickened and tired of it. And so she had come down to this remote village on the sea shore, far from the fashionable re sorts to rest from the crowds of Van ity W"air, and to commune with nature and live among simple folk who rounded out their lives in hard toil and simple pleasures. Sbe sat in the winnow of the little c...

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. — 5 June 1902

O'Brlea Outpoilt.t Waloott. Philadelphia Jack O'Brien outpoint ed Joe Walcott (colored) in a six very fast rounds at Philadelphia. Had a decision been rendered O'lBrien woulI have been given the verdict, for he I undoubtedly outboxeil the negro in every round, but at the same time the t majority of those who saw the bout t would hardly care to place much of a roll on the white man in a finish fight. c O'Brien used excellent judgment in It the bout. He kept 'Walcott off his bal ance most of the time. usually by go ing away every time the little negro tried to hit. O'Brien seemed in the pink of condition, while Walcott car ried too niuch Ilesh and was rather snort-winded. These facts made O'Brier.' fast work all the more tell ing. for W'alcott sooln found that he could not keep lilea with it. Feather-eletI'h" Great Flight in The Ibattle for the feather-weight pr .hampionstip between Henny Yanger iL. und Abe Attell at St. Louis ended in w; tile nineteenth l'round, when Sergeant h!l Lu ...

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. — 5 June 1902

A CURE FOR ENNUI. By GEORGE GRAHAM, [Copyright, 1.902, by )aily Story Publishing Comnpany.) At twenty-four Laura Kirkton had tired of adulation and social victories. of meaningless compliments and inane small talk, of blase men of the world and Envious women. of "flanneled fools at theb wicket and muddied oats at the goal." She had drunk of the pleasures of society to the dregs. Her wealth and beauty had insured her a high placq in the "Four Hundred." which her talent and wit adorned. At first, of course. she enjoyed it. but after the novelty wore off and shit saw a.l the hollowness and heartless ness, the hypocrisy and sham beneath the bespangled surface .:he sickened and tired of it. And so she had ctom: down to this remote village on the sea shot,-, far fromI the fashionable re sorta to rest front hll tlrw Is of Van ity airl'. and to10 roltlIlli w'ith latllrt and live atuono sil.ae follk wi rcunded out th, it 1, ~ - .! hiird 1o:l and simple ',s:l:: ,s. She sat in thn w riloo f t...

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. — 5 June 1902

A. D. McFAŽLAIN 8 SON , A. •. R... Dealers In Real Estate 6e Oil Lands a Specialty e 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 L List Your Property With Us, and See Us If You Want to Buy. Off',c" . D. McFARLAIN'S STOJRE, JEN/VNGS,os i* f,*ST RE LOUdPiSIANA. REAL ESTATEi Improved and Un-iinproved City or (1or F'arm! I'Properl'tv Por _ aalee. Loans Nepotiated. Taxes Paid for t Non-rscidents. Icntiug a Specialty Some Good Bargains. 250 acres rice laud on BayouChlue. 210, acres oil and rice land near IlauIou I'airie. t 11i2 acres Iii . v1i., land ne(ar oGuy dan. 11 acresl'alil l 4a r1oom house. (onec mile frolm .Tenti nls. 385 acres rice land (east of Kinder. 40 acres nearlt11 \iallau1ou ver1y clteahl. TRice mill neat .Tenuini gs. ca (i: t1 200 sacks per lany. Lot 90l1l44 with . roomn house on 'Vest Acadi.my1 street. C Lot 9)0::144 with house on Wes, Academy :lc4tot. Lot i0xl44 with :, room house. Lot 2xl...

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. — 6 June 1902

ATIE JENNINGS DAILY RECORID. AN INOI PENDENT LOCAL N EWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION:O0 Cents a Month; $65 a Year. N.L. MIL'Ed. .aUjr an:t ourl s :. .e l E III. , ENNIN1N(, LOUISIANA FRIDAY. JUNE 6, 1902. Nt aER t I Jennings Lumber Co., Ltd., J Will keep on hand all kinds of S Lumber, Pine and Cypress. Also Mouldings, Sash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc. Yard just south of Electric Light Plant. % iFSuhnuit ytour plans for estimate. B. F. McCRARY, Phone Ho. 156. Manager. - SUMMElRTIME a i means hot. scorching days. when the, lii'ht t of wearing apparel is the only kind wearable. and it is in the miattr (,f i "htntess that we w\\ h It, . cal (il 1( y :ttentij(,t to our straw hatl s. , AlnIst "oss ier in weight. the' p1)) -'ý tect Jet (do no(t (l Press the head. of' durb., they offer in very way:: the mnost . -rvic:,ui ble antd dtlig·htful leatl / ;" ý. " ' ... G. II. MOESE & SONS ... I ROYAL PALACE CONFiCTi0 : |Y. ICE CREAM SODA. 5c. -< ',MPI.F...

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

S' IF s KNEW. if I knew the box where the smiles are if I knew a box that was large enough kept, To hold all the frowns 1 meet, No matter how large the key 1 would try to gather them, every one, Or strong the bolt, 1 ,would ry.rp hard---, Jfrom nursery,pchooaed.treet. 'Twould open,"I klnow, me;. "' Then over the land a$ seaehbrog]eaat in. I'd scatter the smiles to play, - And-turn the monstegrke ~ That the children's faces plightt hold them Td'hire a gsmntto drop the onx fast . To the depth of the deep, deep sea. For many and many a day. -Dora Sexton, in the Book WVorld. TROUBLE WITH A PYTHON. ByWillam T. Hornaday, Dlr4dtor of the New York Zoological Park alaI ataW1.k.kaHa:WHHakmB M .M MWi T IHE superb reptile-house of the New' York Zoological Park was rapidly nearing comple tion. Its great main hall was swarming with workmen, who were concreting the alligator pool. finishing the big wall cases,ldividing the cen tral "installation" for turtles,. and do ing a hundred other things. Th...

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

;`he sign in the window;, "iPurniture Neatly Repaired," was all that distin gtished bla{mbach's home and place e bo firo the. ether par row frc ted esnement houses in the row. -While Mr. Hombach's shop on the ground floor was full of odds and ends suggesting. t is 'occupation, books, newspapets and certain of the maga zines indicated that the man of the glue pot and hammer was a man of some mental culture. Mr. Hombach's appearance was a lit tle startling. His thick, bushy black hair, and the gleam in his eyes im pressed one with associations of high tragedy, which fee'ling would be height endd if he chanced to be talking about anything that particularly interested him. Evidently the magnetic influence of Mr. Hombach was considerable; many were the friends and admirers that called to see him in order to hear his "views" on the questions of the day. In summer time the talk was carried on at the front door steps; but dur ing the cold weather the little meetings took place in the work...

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

! w aý.euLtm . Q. maIaw EUN & CLING, A u.ma at I bw SC. 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. Office, Main st., Jennings. La. BENTON H. THOMAS, MASTER PAINTER. Shop on 'third street., west oi Cary avenue. Free Estimates iv -n noi Ap plication. Liv.ing )Prices a u d First Class Wor'k. BONDS GIVEN IPF REQUInED. . . . . . . Done to 1i f fOrd r. Design :,- a,iil, t , Ci t:. s,. L ll ,i ird .. " 1 , Rac.: c: Dy o , " r.... This ;rtpv : .P .. c" digestants and i i 1' c food. Itgit : ; . n:i r fails to cur,. ", m ., , a: , eat : ll the food you nit. Tl'h :, s::sitive stomachs can t:- it. i: it i ' loi thousands o;if -. t 1r a h e'e b ", cured after ev*ry, n:ink rol< 1ailed. . : unequalled for the st: mu:l. Chi.l ren with weak stuomchsl tI prive on it. First dose relieves. A dict uices.tary Cures all =stom.an troMesI. Prepared onl by FP. C, T'r",', rr o.. (Chiii....

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

"4'`-;`` -".y, aa. " ny g -""7 7" "v 1 A M, - A .bh i g ITZENS BANK, Jannings, - - Lousiana. INTERiEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Df ECT~ORS--J. H.offman, C. A. Lowry, E. I.H-all, D. Hebert, A. D. Mc,-arliit, A. M. ArLbur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. Andrus. CollecLious receive prompt attention. A general banking busi ness tr. a.-:ct . GET IN AND RIDE in one of our vehicles. You will derive that supremle s-tllOs of satisfaction which only the per fectly built and tinish_,. cr:.: i~; can gi\-o. You wi:I remarlk the greatest ease or rutit nel aid ah ie care a"l ii.ish ti ovt.r- li'n il. (.)tr \ hit, E1 i ha it catl ci;.. i " - pe- ] C.t f ih (i ltrc ii. fort. FO ~f!5 1.b I SAV 'ES ý : " C .'= ': ,ý; + ' '1 C T S M. I '* P~ Ti:. V_.. Long L®ý r '3 r 'ý } "TWO fAJTh ..IS Eati of Bank SiUN 1fi1.:S . 001I in All shoe~s r.on t took alike ~ztfit ,like!' Sdun't` alike ` ýAQ I you r-at I thL bft for F IT an 1, Shoe for mer ond 0 tu3 Leitcr t i n any ther Sold by; J" C. MA NB,39 Jf·NGjn c --...

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

5. D. ai aw JEMNI CLINE & CLINS, Attorneys at Law and Notari Plab3l Entered ...... .at anf )..... C. E. WOOTEN Formerly of North Louisiana. u_Rou_ ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. \ Practice in the courts at Lake Charles and ('rowley. Charters drawn. Titles examined. Officc, Main st., Jennings. La. In at ions af BENTON IH THOMAS,' or 1 SE R ntice MAS r" r inug to Shop on 'O i t':':": . \,.est the Si F r e , E - i n , , - i . ". ( ,! - t',. u la plication. !. i:, 1'r , ;t.t First Clas: : im a P-o2NDS : : .1 !o)t l)1 rggI A k ýi ,' V+^ ' cr. Z I , . the food 'y: Stomachs C. tho .usand- .". . tured after ren .vit . . ..w First dose rCu tre ay Cit Trepar.'d -- v '. . - , .I Bon-LT> i.;.: , . " " .. ... f(:{ ýl. It' · N . f. -urai!ft.< - l· I c . : v : l~. i , .. ::ir.,i Ellectr . 1 oren wi all kit:;ic .; ,' . '* : . ' ; irst ose r outil:s.:. Live: y.-aY ) . Citiy '' " B on' .. . .. .. J n g ... .. jce Sae :d c,'£g i JEMNIY4INGS DAILY RECORD. Lia Special N. I., MILL= Pitt...

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

L. L RALL., tPrest. I). DI. ANDRUS, V.-Pre't J. BH. HOI~vMAN,. (:tahier THE CITIZENS BANK, Jennings, - - Louisiana. INTEllEST PAID ON TIMVE DEPOSITS. DI liLiýECtOS--J. H. HTffman, C. A. L,,wry, E. . -Hall, D. Hebert, A. D. M:Fa.rian, A. M. Arthbur, Edd Morri.s, D. D. Andru., B. C. Andrus. Collecticn;s receive Prumpt attention. A general banking busi ness tr.,. et, GET IN AND RIDE ' in one of our vehichls. Y;,u will T satlisfuctin w1 i:clI m,.ly ti p,.r _r!' - .. i. v w~.ta SM ..r.,° T_ :_ _ S~ X51'ý .. .. . .._ v. r . 0. ý r :s L. "Y --· ., J So. d JNJs.S, L.W -w.H ::J C. S. BL -i. A -cncJ Arne;..~w~ Launury a. Dye Works. A1ttorncy:: an Course1ors at Law. r'vv ý 6:c: .,ý.. _ c a Fiae1lty FivA CL-, " CHINESE A <" t-i r*t lass 1Hog te. Propr"tor 1 tta.tii~ l . ;"V U ~ ?,. 1"I;t11 !) 'i 1;{l 'I Ii. ..F'(, O ý t' ,:'ý 1' ilt'c it~ilstll~af~io -tilt J1C 1ý 1'i: i TEAMING A -D HOUSi-. MOViNG. T am pre-u;iared io io HOUSE MOVING n(ld HRTAVY HAUL ING of all rHnin . suc, h as Thilcis, E...

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

THE EPITAPH. 3 ýr. swo'awooa, awNaDoxi. .7 a'1"'ied- amidiat whbre'P~tut the" dada, A lad there on all the headstonee read (i many. glorious deeds once done. Before the saints had life's race run. -1 tir-ea -.  to find snore stone 'Thhat told of w-stngs -re life 3rvd flown, RBit-all that eye eoetfMl pver find. Was praise to glop- left behind. And when my walk &it :ait was en," l, Ad from the dead nIv w:-r I wended. I mn.ed, did ever sinner .lie° 1 so. why epitaph , fr "-'i t. --rThe Bti:k World. * * * ***** * * * *** ******* The Smugglers' [ave. SByMit liaih. aehit Ita:lii rlson S / 01 Intit la ,t thiliti of o : lloriu ti he i':tl Whilt- ii hiDih: li lit- Ib:tt.'" ':il( :ifr al dili', il lilly. is sli lit'tl her lilt settlCIt lyIV Irllt'it I lt h il t. "i ultuSIer we doI tt killnrow tillV the ('t1t:, pjeople Wiho h11:1, lived Ihere :111 their lives .ity lh,'y ivote.: sa t. sa it high tides lbefore ill thl l(':i hili.:'.s" "(:i"rls aret' I ' ult'h e. v.:rd..' º' lunti elt t...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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