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SOME MORE NE W
HATS up T IN.
i I have a complete line of AMillinery Goods ands
Z Guarantee all IHats to be first-class, both in style and
---Miss Lola Moses.
!n '.-" A. i. I all, South 0,f liailroad.
J. W. M iTHELL
I-HAS OPENEgD EHIS
And also has on hand a fresh supply of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
on the old Site
CITY MEAT MARKET.
A. D. MCFARL AlN SON.
Best located Oil Lands adjoinig the
Also Rice Lands in large and small
tracts. . .
A Good Habit
The habit of buying of Hebert & Andrus, the Southside general
merchants, is a good habit to get into. They sell everything
Usually kept in a first-class general store, and on account of their
large trade they are constantly receiving new goods, which you will
always find fresh and clean. Since douoling the size of their
building they have received a new stock of UP-TO-DATE Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Shoes and Notions. Our
GROCERY and PRovIsIoN DEIPARTMENT is filled \vith good thing to eat.
HEBERT & F1NDRUS,
The South side Mh, rchants.
Pelican Rice Mill and Warehouse Co. limited,
MERM ENTAU, LA.
Will Buy, Store, or Mill on toll H:OUGH RICE in any" quantity.
Liberal CASE ADVANCES mnade on fice put in our char of 9-l&w2n
Dr. Tom Terry's Drug Store.
AS TO THE QUESTION OF HEAT, WELL
The fire was hot enough for Dr. Tom and burnt u. "11t Iils
Drugs, but sepekers of Buaraius in '',ilot ArLicge.: 'erf:
meries, Patent Medic(ines, Etc., will lind Dr. Tom a I,,ut
number amonld the Druggists. He keeips the Latest, lre·
est and lBest Stock in the Town.
Ag?"He sells Cheaper and his Prescription Delsrtment is
Managed by a Scientific Druggist.
Front Street, Samn e Location as Before.
GREEN-S-1OEM/AKEIER COJAPI 7Y
Groceries, Grain, F our, Provisioio
and Packing-4ro ~
Agents Waters-Pierce Oil Co. CROWLEY LA.
ShorI las On Adver 1isJi
Some way or other, it always happens that the judicious advertiser succeeds.
Judicious means many things. Some men better never advertise. Some things
better never be advertised. Men who are not honest-who do not keep their
promises-whose advertisements mis
; lead, and whose stores disappoint-they
had better let advertising alone.
"" ,There is a man in New York-a
furniture dealer-who says that he never
expects to sell to the same man twice.
He uses all means to get the best of
the deal the first time. Makes all the
4I profit he can on the one sale, because he
knows that the buyer will never come
S.back-that he will discover the cheat.
-4 Swouldn't pay
"He nrorr.xpcis to sell to thesame man twie." that man to
and he knows it, and he doesn't advertise.
But a fairly honest business, conducted by a man
who keeps pretty close to the letter of truth, it will CARELE55NI~.
always pay to advertise.
Most business men are careless in their state
ments. They have become so used to writing " big. "Failure istNrriceta'ordestaesr.
gest," "grandest," "greatest," "best," that they can
only think in superlatives. They mean to be honest-probably are. They are
merely careless, and failure is the price of carelessness in advertising. Maybe
not absolute failure, but something very short of success.
Every advertisement should have careful consideration. All the discrepancies
should be eliminated. No careless statements
should be allowed. If you can't take time to
I 'I34týf6y, `attend to your advertising carefully, better cut
S it down. Cut off the parasites. Cut off novelties
-programmcs. Cut off the paper to whom you
just to get -
rid of it-- _
to keep it -
Cutoff the -2 _.r
pltier that _
is too o ' _ . _.
cheap to ' cept
bA good y
.. ment in the best paper wi' I o ' --e good-more
in proportion to prie ". .an :::' t g clre you
. _.----- -- ^. -- - . - t can do. 'I' ere iir\ -.~s. . . :~1 s: town.
A + tm tv"r. ,. :ý."= ;.u .}fid:,., in a good
"n 7ery cann MId ink in u#',l'ati!'n." CLpy'ght. .htrl,.4, Lrt.. l..,: A',-, YmnP
Sunday School Proceedings.
The Sunday School convention
of Ward 10 of Calcasieu parish
convened at the Congregatiomal
church of Jennings, La., Nov. 27,
At 10:45 in the absence of tb,'
president, ],ev. W\. F'. S.ib,
Ct. . Tayloro, Il v uiod wa:
elected chailman. The cla'tinan
a])ppointed H. S. Will;uias tU lead
the devotional servic.e.
After reading cf tilh 2:Irdt
Psalin. Rev. l e:s ;and Mr . TI vior
led in ]ptaj v rs, Mrs-. ilia!'i ti
ing present, Mr. Williams and
others spoke o '"-:IHlw toprellpar
the Lesson." A1 r's. F. E. Nutes
tine and 1t hers slpoke oln "1t w to
teach 1 i.e L i
The foil; .io ~ ma itn i.ce.) ' .1
(Jni itte ( l 'I et h l Id lrce.
F. E. Noteat.in , - ;s.t11. . \Vri- t,
and R1ev. 1P. tL. l)mIr n.
(.Cont Iliitec on , o rI]llatit,i,1H. S.
Williams and 1lrs. W. F. Smuitih.
lMeeting adjou"rued ui til after
The afternoon se;ssion began
about 2o clockland after dCevItion
at exercise -h.i ,y iev. Drown,
the followingu ubjects were dis
cussed by tlhose apIoltled acnd
others. "ilow t, have a progrcss
ive Sunday sc:h2 l," C F. Taylor.
"How to 1)1 (p.tre Teachers," Mr.
Williams, "Normnal Methodis,
Rev. M. C. Hickman. "Primary
Work," Mrs. WV. F. lSmith.
Reports (of lthe .ayiLmond M. E.
Sunday School and the .1enult ,gs
M. E. Sunday :Sichiol werO' read.
A verbal replrti ofr .t.he Lake
Arthur M. E. a. na. School
was given by Mlr. Note,,-tinoe. lie
reported tl at thei: t.reat wva
increasing and hav an average
attendance of 50 and have sent
$15 to missions. A verbal rep:.rt
was also giveu of the Jennings
Baptist Sunday School by Mrs.
H. 13. `'V right.
Committee on Time and Place
appointed the 18th of Feb. 1902,
for the tim- for our next conven
tion to be held at Raymond.
The evening .t:ssion, begining
at o'clock, was conducted by
RLev. "\?ilgus and it.ev. Hickman.
After d.vo tih nal scrvices the
it 'vl',ing subjects were dis
'"T'he Weakess of the Sunday
choi.i,'" i v. . C. H-Iickman.
"The Futu re of the Sunday
SSch,uol, ' Ho. .ilgus.
M Is. W. F, . SM IT ,
Secretary pro tern.
Feed Low Grade Rices.
With l hi: eff irt nlow matde to
itama1er the lifeto out of the rice
unor ,l t, w\ihile all other agricul
tuor ,l 1 -roduct, ai're abnormally
itilgh, low grade rice has reached
ta pl:int at which it is a much
cheal.er fooed for work stock than
cohrn or oast. Two.) years ago I
fed my teamls a full year on red
rice. 'l'iTey never did better. A
sack of rice is worth more for
feed than ita sck of oats. Of
cou-rse it should be ground to
in'ov\eot seedinag the land. A
saclk of oats costs upward of
thri!'c doillars. So that every sack
of rice used as feed will bring
the farmier three dollars. Iti
seems foolish to sell it for less
and pay the price feed is like ly
to cost to put ini the next crop.
Corn is likely ti, cost 81 per bus
hel and oats T7( (ents per bushel
for putling in the next crop.
These facts shiould beconsider
ed before parting with low g rade
rice 1'r los :t in ' fe:ldug va! uo5
-J. P. Foley,iin Silnai.
DR. M. H. ADAI'15,
Omoe over AMolanson's Drus Stor.
HOMES FOR THE MILLION
SQAJTHWESTE Nl M S BULRI,
EASTERN TEXAS AND
ON THE LINE OF THE
K. C. S.,
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
" STRAIGHT AS THE CROW FLIES "
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
Through the cheapest land now open
for settlement in the United States.
A mageificent country adaptedoto the cultivation of small grain, corn, cottoa,
rice, sugar canp, apples, peaches, ber-ries, commercial truck farming,
and the raising of horses, mules, cattle, hogs and sheep,
at prices rnnging from
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
TO TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND MOfIE PER ACRE
WRITE FOR A COPY OF
CURRENT EVENTS" ANSAS CITY SOUTIIER RAIIAY
S. G. WARNER, G. P. & T. A.,
Tem le Block, KANSAS CITY, MO.
H. D. DUTTON. Tray. Pass. Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
F. E. ROESLER, Trav. Pass. and immigration Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
R. DAHLEN REALTY CO.
-BUY AND SELL--
--AS WELL AS
RICE PAND OIL LPNDS.
office at McFarlai -l House,
n* GULF COAST
o Land & Investment Co.
N. R. STRONG, MANAGER.
OFFICE - - JENNINGS RECORD BUILDING.
* How are these for Bargains in Good -
* Rice Lands: 0
* 160 acres with good house and barn, *
situated on canal, 1 mile from So. I
* Pacific Railroad station, $16 per acre.
n 5,000 acres in Texas on Colorado river *
at $10 per acre. I
Badly Disabled But Still
in the Ring. -
Our goods are somewhat scattered, but we are
still doing business at the same old stand.
Now is the time to buy.
La. Machine & Well Works co. uL.
DR. THOS. L. TERRY,
Physician & Surgeon,
Special attention given Surgery,
Surgical Diseases, and Diseases of
W'omen and Children.
Chief Local Surgeon for Southern Pa
OFFICE : Over Walker's Store.
RESIDENCE: North Main St
W. H. CLINE, a. aI CLIN,
3. D. CLINi.
CLINB & CLINE,
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Publie
Oaces--Jenning and Lake Charl.
Prompt attetlOea to all bultla,
We have opened a meat market
two doors south of Hebert &
Andrus' store on South Main et.
.....CHOICE MFATS, such as
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON,
cWi Free delivery to any part of the
BAlER .& BULLER.
IT PAYS TO ADVER
TISE IN THE