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SATTORNEY AT LAW
r: AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
0 in the courts of Calcasieu
. ,Chartea. rrs drawn. Titles
Hulburt Bldg., .Tennings. La.
First class Laundry done at Reas
onable Rates at our New Laundry,
corner State and Davis streets.
HONG LEE, Prop.
283d-3m JENNINGS, LA.
E. H. Sterret & Co.,
Contractors and Builders.
We are prepa:ed to build large or
small boildi-gs. IDrop me a card to
I am now prepared to repair Boots,
Shoes and Rubbers at my shop op
posite Terry's Drug Store.
JAS. H. MARSHALL.
C. F. Hagius,
Office in Walker building, with Dr.
Tom Terry. Phone 72.
D. Mi. GRIER. FRANK COTTON.
Grier & Cotton,
Mr. Cotton will locate in Welsh
and Mr. Grier will continue to reside
Rates $10 per day. Assistants and
Expenses extra. 283d&wlm
E. 7. ROWI II a .
Wild Lands, Improved Farms and
Town Lots, Rice and Pine Lands
in Louisiana and Texs.
...CORRESPONDENCB SOLICIT' D...
C. L. PARDEE
Final proofs in United States Land
Entries a specialty. All business en
trusted to me will receive prompt and
careful attention. OTfce with Jer
ningb Banking and Trust Co.
W. H. POWELL, R. E. POWELL.
SAW and PLANING MILL
L"e'f Yellow Pine Lumber
A. C. BRAINARD & CO.
Fire Riahe written in leading cos
panles. Town and countr propeert
or sale. Ofmce with Cline Oline.
BOLLICH BROS., Props.
Headquarters for fine Bread and
Cakes. Bread ldelivered to your own
door. Patronize home industry.
Imported and Donmestic Cigars.
Wholesale agents, Jennlnga, La.,
Branch A. T. Morris Wholesale Citar
House, Cincinnati. Ohio.
WITHBECK & BAUER,
Livery, Sale and
First-class outfits and prompt atten
tion. A large stock of Sale Horses al
ways on hand. Phone 11, Jennings,
M. M. SHANNON,
I am now. doing business :in my ne*
- building opposite McFarlitn's bik
building on North Market street..
Pies, Cakes, Lunches and a fuall He
of Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco.
J. T. HINCHLIFFE.
DR. M. H. ADAlS,
I- I aa sl rC W x as W
Ooe ever Melanona's Dses stem
IT PAYS TO ADVER
TISE IN THE
Reception to Christian Pastor.
Ladies Christirn Workers of
the Christian church gave a
reception in honor of their Pas
tor, Rev. CharleslWilliams at the
home of D. C. Brown, Thursday
evening. About 70 members and
friends were present.
Prayer by J. C. Bucklin.
Short'addresses of welcome
were made by D. C. Brown,G. F.
Eloose, president of the Chris
tian Endeavor and Mrs. M. L
Brandt president of the Lldies
Christian workers, Rev. Charles
e Williams, responded. Refresh
ments were served and all were
~SlUntil further notice we
will have our office in Johnny
Mans' Red Front Shoe Store.
We saved all of our notes and
accounts. All kinds of harness
and harness parts, also have a
good stock of Bain wagons. Call
b and see us.
V BLACK RIOS. & CO.
g C. P. Gibson has moved
his stock of Ladies and childrens
shoes, ana fancy articles in the
* north room of Mrs. Abbotts
store where he will sell his stock
at cost. Those looking for bar
gains will do well to call and ex
Honduras Seed Rice.
Sown from imported seed on
new land. For sale cheap if
taken in 15 days. Inquire at
Lang & Co.'s. warehouse.
9'g?- Lost-Cuff button,old gold
with Turquoise se't. Please leave
at Record office.
F "For sale. my residence
property on Cary avenue. Write
me for price and terms, at Paris
Texas, Geo. N. Funk.
;FMo.es & St. Germain will
sell you st,ck in any oil company
in Jennings. See them at Citi.
[ zens bank.
'For reliable insurance see
Moses & St. Germain at Citizens
TL.-.The Magee, adjustable
underskirts at Gibson's (Mrs.
Abbotts building.) 292d3twl.
S y-4" Water crsts us, oil tanks.
for wagons or reservwlrs, see J,
B. Killin,_Lr, Jcn:unis, ,a.
Rapid Writer Fountain Peiis
Guaranteed for five -years uncoi
ditia;illy at -Iulburt's.
,Pihous, shoes, Shoes at
cst at Gibson's, (Mrs.. Abbotts
SThe Jennings Hdw. Co. just
received another car of furni
ture and matting. d288
J'For oil stock in any of the
companies see Moses & St.
g~gEmbrordery silks and
fancy articles dolls, etc. at Gib
son. (Mrs. Abbott's building.)
The Heat relaription for Msalaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tusteless Chill Tonic. It is aimply iron
and quinine in a tastiless form. No
Cure, No P"y. Price 50c.
5bla. uignatmre i. on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bnuuno-Quinae s~a..
U ........ a *elk -a de
PREPARING FOR WAR.
,etasie Worked up Over the Dmputo
SLdon, Dec. 1.-The Times pub
S "r rsat the praet
• . eaw msikt m i- ;a'
f bilare of Doees a e awke i war
in ore o ms ..l n iilmo asggreie+ -
nP silSe...s Ali nwr ae aim..a
held A atia gesmw. ty a1 m
appmowia of tthe sellS. rt ut l y as
ealst Ie ellasiija wth mtl uem
jtim eves this .remtiy is inerely
.en to saunter mestiang, e omoted
" by edemsates cf Pas t any pile.
ISa'idg of whips to tithe place of
wessels of subquetkal efdlenap. No
blllsation of seet-for maneuvers and
- stretQbeant of relations with 'rlend
ly itieithbors, Colombia and Ecuador
not regarded as signs aggressive in
tentions on Chill's part, but only as
natural precautions, evoked by unex
pectedly threatening demeanor of Ar
MURDERED BY ROBBERS.
eramma aVmoer Wemad .0e.d, G ed
and ined eS Ea swmma
Duquoln. 111.. Dec. 31.-Bound,
gagged and bhlidfolded, the dead body
of Edward Eihborn. a German farm.
e- r, was found in his late home Wednes.
day night, three miles east of this city,
by John Thomas, a nephew. SEchhorn
was a bachelor and lived alone. He
a was last seen alive on Saturday and
was supposed to have gone to his rel
atives at Belleville. The murder was
ie committed with a stick of stovewood
with which Eichhorn's head was beat
e n to a Jelly.
Robbery is suposed to have been the
motive, as Eichhorn had drawn a con
siderable sum of money at the bank
S Ma Dieaemd as a Womm®.
Austin, Tex., Dec. 13.-Quite a sensa
tion was created here last night by the
g- arrest of a young man dressed in fe
male attire at the union depot. He
came in on the delayed Austin and
Is Northwestern train, and when he
reached here he was placed under ar
rest but positively declined to make a
1- statement as to why he had disguised
'e himself. He gave the name of Edgar
Edwards and stated that his home was
at Mason, Tex. Edwards is 21 years
of age. His apparel consisted of a
'e black skirt, a colored shirt waist, a
straw hat and a heavy black veil and
light shoes. He was locked up in the
city jail. The chief of police communi
cated with the authorities at Mason.
a Euletu. Mob at Cods..
,Hl Cadis, Dec. 13.-This city was In a
state of partial revolution practically
all Wednesday night. Riotous mobs,
led by striking bakers, armed with
knives and bludgeons, pillaged stores,
attacked peaceable people in the
S streets injuring a number of persons,
te threw the whole town into a state of
i panic, and made the night hideous
k with shouts of "Long Live Social Rev
olution," and "Down with Bourgeois."
r- Police were powerless to quell the dis
new Prestdeat e Columbia.
New York, Dec. 13.-Seth Iow's suc
n cessor as president of Columbia uni
if versity will be selected at the next
meeting of the board of trustees, the
latter part of this month. It is now
stated that the new president in all
probability will be Prof. Nicholas Mur
ray Butler, who is now acting presi
.d dent, having had charge of the admin
,e istration of the university since Mr.
Low's resignation at the beginning of
the recent political campaign.
Dr. Krause Remanded.
;e London, Dec. 13.-In Bow street po
lice court the prosecution concluded
its case against Dr. Krause. ex-govern
or of Johannesburg, accused of high
treason and inciting to murder. Coun
II eel for the prisoner announced that he
reserved his defense, and Dr. Krause
was remanded until Dec. 18, when he
will be committed dor the January as
sizes on the charge of having incited
Cornelius Sroeksman to murder John
:e Douglas Foster.
Fleaw OGale Of England.
London, Dec. 12.-A fierce gale is
Le sweeping the English and Irish chan
nels. Many vessels are seeking shel
s- ter and life boats are busy resoning
small crafts. Dover is experiencing
the full fomrce of the storm, and a nulh
a. her of ships of there are making sig
nals of distress.
A Belgian fishing smack foundered
In the North sea resulting in the
drowning of 14 persons.
hII from Oaboose.
Eagle Lake, Tex., Dec. 13.--Allen
Harrison, brakeman on the Cane Belt
railroad, fell from a cabose and had
both legs and left arm mangled. He
S is rational, but not expected to recov
er from the shock. If he should, am
putation of both legs and one arm will
be necessary. He is a son of J. M.
t Harrison of Beevllle, conductor on the
Lou-lwlIoe riekme Deed.
Lontisville, Dec 18.--Rt. Rev. Thom
e as F. Oambon, rector of St. Patrick's
Schurch in this city and vicar general
and chancellor of the diocese of Louis
ville, died suddenly at his home in this
d city from heart failure, the result of
an attack of the grip. Father Gambon
) was 64 years old and was a native of
euppesod So eve eem Wresa.
's Muskogee, I. T., Dec. 18.-News has
n reached the United States marshal's
o office at this place that 8. L. Hall, a
aewing machine repair man, was found
dead along the side of a neglected
road leading from Eufaula. He had
on his person a bottle of alcohol and
an empty bottle. The supposition ts
* that he was frozen to death during
the recedt cold spell.
GREEN-S-iOEMA1EBR GOP AY
Groceries, ran, Flour; Pro vsions
Agents Waters-Pierce O.it Co.
-6 ce, Gan -lut ·-:
Dr. Tom Terry's Drug Store.
AS TO THE QUESTION OF HEAT, WELLt.
The fire! wts hot enough for Dr. rmrn and burnt up allhis
Drugs, but seekers of Bargrfins in T'ilut Articles, Perfu
meries, Patent Medicines, -Etc., will find Dr. Tom a hot
number among the Druggists. He keeps the Latest, Fresh
est and Best Stock in the Town.
a' He sells Cheaper and his Prescription Department is
Managed by a Scientific Druggist.
Front Street, Same Location as Before.
ITo the Ladies, ._
I SOME MORE NEW
HATS JUST IN.
3 I have a complete line of Millinery Goods and:
i Guarantee all Hats to be first-class, both in style and :
M--Miss Lola Moses. i
In G. A. 1t. Ilall, South of Railroad.
Pelical Rice Mill and Warehouse Co. Limited,
--- BONDED WAREHOUSE.
Will Buy, Store, or Mill on toll RLOUGH RICE in any quantity.
Liberal CASH ADVANCES made on Rieo.put in our charge. 9-11d&w2n
We have opened a meat market
two doors south of tiebert &
Andrus' store on South Main st.
.....CHOICE MEATS, such as
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON,
1i Free delivery to any part of the
BAIER & BULLER.
W. . COLINU, 0. R. CLINl
J. D. COINM
CLINB & CLINB,
Attorneys at law
and Notsies Pnblie
Onmo.s-Jeaasas uW4 Iae CwrIs.
Prempttatteedae to all bustasl
J. C. LANG & Co.
tLL .lINDS ATPRICESTHAT ARE RIGHT
Warehouse: North of Foster's lum
C. E. HUJNTER, M.D.
oever and Bowel Trouble a Speelalat.
Rooms I mad 4. Morse Block.
Phone Nos. Residence 35, Office 4.
E. S. HEMPSTEAD,
Justice of the Peace.
Collections given prompt at
Office next to Terry's drug
A. C. WILKINS, M.A,
eu PEarra "b
@. rla AneK SW t s~ Sa
enna~d £1nsw1a1mi saw es asdigh
Mister :trse .
Owner-- - i
We are after your lele"
teed ue. We are ataer
-oo., dlean t
and rihtt prige. It 4
matter to as whether yr
teed for ene hrm ers we 1
dred-we want to s=Q . 1
what teed you bas.
FAIN & KRIELOW.
DR. THOS. L. TERRY,
Physician & Surgeon.
Special attention given Surgery,
Surgical Diseases, and Diseases of
Women and Children.
Chief Local Surgeon for Southern Pa
OFPICE: Over Walker's Store.
RESIDENCE: North Main St
D.R.WILLIAMS & Co.
JEN NINGS, LA.
Wild Lands, Improved Farms
and Town Lots, Rice and Pine
Lands in Louisiana and Texas
Office in the new B]ullick building,
WIl take setrasts tfr painting say
a4 mtta bildinS Arutile heuse patat.
andk hirew-: are our dal
Joe ninu, LoUniua .
Lots for Sale.
Nicely located residence lots in Ca
ry 's addition; also a few cloice lots in
WESTERN ARKANSA &,
• - .. ..£
KAWSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWA R
SSTRAIOGHT AS THE CROW FUE'"
KANSAS CITY TO TI-E GOULP
Through the cheapest land now open
for settlement in the United St.tes,
A magnsificent country adapted to the cultivation of smal gralt: po,
rice, sugarl ,hne, apples, peaches, berries, oopimer:oil t ck i g
and the raising of horses, mules, cattle, hogs and sheep,
at prices ranging frbom - +E - G 4 S
SFREE GOVERNMENT H;OE8TEAO . '
TO TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND MORE PER ACRI "
WRIT P OlA Torr 0? ' "
CURRENT EYENTS" KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN iiIMA
rvBmo AT TUN II
S. G. WARNER, G. P. & T. A.,
Tem I. Block, KANSAS CrITY,MO.
H. D. DUTTON. Tray. Pass. Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
F. E. ROESLER, Tray. Pass. and Immigration Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
A Good Habit
The habit of buying of Hebert & Andrus, the Southside geeral
merchants, is a good habit to get into. They sell everything
usually kept in a-first-class general store, and on Acaount of their
large trade they are constantly receiving new goodsx, whieh you will
always find fresh and clean. Since donoling-the ale of theitE l
building they have received a new stock of UP-TO-DA'TE D r;
Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furni- sings, Shoes and Notions. Oar
GROCERY and PROVISION DEPARTMENT is filled with good thing te eat
HEBERT & /INDRUS.
The South side Merchants.
* GULF COAST "
Land & Investment Co. "
" N. R. STRONCO, MANAER.
• OFFICE - - JENNINGS RECORD BUILDING. .
l l .. O L
Elow are these for Bargains in Good,
" Rice Lands: -
* 160 acres with good house and barn, -
= situated on canal, 1 mile from So.
* Pacific Railroad station, $16 per acre,
* 5,000 acres in Texas on Colorado. river .
at $10 per acre. U
EE ; -- ---·-- -
Badly Disabled But Still
in the Ring.- --
Our goods are somewhat scattered, but we are
still doing business at 4 he same old stand,
Now is the time to buy.
La. Machine & Well Works c o. "'.
R. DAHIL RtlLTY CO.
--BUY AND SULlL
-----AS WELL AS-.--
RICE ANDO O.L L.
otr~ce a M c~as*I