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Wild Lands. Improved Farms and by
Town Lots, Rice and Pine Lands ed
in Lasmalna and Texas. ed
..CORRESPONDENCG 5OLICITSQ... bot
C. L. PARDE E neO
United States to
Jennings, La. I
Winal proofs in United State. Lang Irv
Entries a specialty. All business en- fat
t.rasted to me will receive prompt and
Eareful attention. Oice with Ja* E.
pings Bankiug and Trust Co. Gar
BW. H. POWELL. R. E. POWELL 1
LvW and PLANING MILL d '
MANUFACTURERS OF he
LoPLaf Yellow Pine Lumber d
A. C. BRA NAARD & cO. b
Fire Rieks v-rittun in les ding cea
jnies. Totn c * coWintr¶ proe;tT
or Z i wfit Cfine & Z'lino.
BOLLCMi EROS., Props.
Headquarterin; for flae Bread and 1
Cakes. rIrcd 6civered to your os'S
door. Patronize home industry.
Imported and Domestic Clgars.
Wholesale agents. Jennings. La..
Branch A. T. Morris Wholesale Cigar
House, Cincinnati. Ohio.
WITHBECK & BAUER,
Livery, Sale and
llrst-class outfits and prompt atteu
eign. A large stock of Sale Horses alr
on hand. Phone 121 JenninW,
XM. ]I. SHABNNON,
I. Thsomt~i th
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' f. Dec E-r. and. "3g r.
aii G. Thebaud; -of .ftdison avenue,
were robbed Sunday of jewely worth
$50,000. This was corroborated by Mr.
Thebaud himself at the headquarters
where, in company with a member of
the firm from whom most of the jewel
ry had been stolen, he gave to the po
lice a partial list of the jewels taken.
The robbery is said by the police, and
also by Mr. Thebaud. to have been the
work of a newly engaged valet who
had been employed byS Mr. Thebaud
but two weeks. The valet is missing,
and the butler, who recommended him
is under police surveillance.
Will Rprest.nt its.. Uit.-d StSteOs.
Washington. Dec. 31.-lion. J. L. M .
Curry of tlhis city ha; ,,,':: :a -.ected by
the president to reprcs-,nt the United
States at Madrid on the occasion of -
the "coming of age" of the young King A:
Alfonso XIII on May 17. Dr. Curry,
was the United States minister to
Spain from 1895 to 1899, the first ad
ministration of Pr';esidcnt Cleveland.
He was present in his offcial capaci
ty at the palace when the king made
his advent into the world. Mrs. Curry
will accompany him. .
teer Meetine at Thpaka.
Topeka. Dec. 31.-Two thousand
people attended a pro-Poer meeting "
here Sunday, and resolutions urging,
England to invite the president of the'
United States and the ruler of Den
mark to act as arbitrators in the set
tdement of the war were adopted.i
The resolutions were cabled to Lon
don. Addresses were made by David;
Overmeyer, General J. K. Hudson and :
Charged V'th -lSt, a Trust.
Columbia, S. C.. Dec. 31.--South Car
olina, through her atto:-ney general,
has begun suit against the Virginia
Carolina Chermical c-:,oaony, chiarging
it with being a "trust" and monopoly.
Under the same ant that this suit is
brought sir of thie I r;,'st South Caro
Itina phospthnt' "o ;:: " :! that have
been purchased by I!.' V\rginia-Caroli
n.a Chemical c(ollmltpay are sued in the
Paris,. Tex.. D;,( : . -4 Cho'-taw In
dian from n'nr C-! , i. T, came
in on th}t. Fri.e' -', ornina wv:ith
a fully ,-'vt i'-i-'d "t- of s:n.allpox. lHe
was taken charge o- .,, the authorities.
Hope, Ark.. Dec. i i.-- ' ' tween 800'
ansd 1000 ).: ";n -" ': st Id bhre
at the Pl:uat-rs' war ' on the 'rail
road platform adjo.ining. Loss 50.
NEWS IN -:RIEF.
Ike Thomas. a ncn'., was run over
by a Santa Fe passener train and kill
ed near Paris. Teax.
Eddie Boden, aged 12 years, has lost
both eyes as the result of a flnug a toy
cannon on Christmas morning.
Three young girls were arrested
near Paris. Tex., charged with being
bolsterous on Christmas night.
J. R. Nobles of lBlue ridge. Tex..
took an overdose of morplhine and
died from the effects.
The body of an unknown negro was.
found floating in the Neches river at'..
Deaun out. Tex.
In a drunken fury William. Doles l
Irvine Depot. Ky.. shot and killed his
father and mother..
Governor Odell of New York- is op-i
postd to saloons being opened on Sun-|
days and will try to have Vi law pasL~-j
ed to that effect.
Itasca. Tex.. has voted fur a spechil'
school tax. The vote being. 164 for ai'*
Will Martiseld. a laborer of Rose
pine, La.. was stru.l: tq" a Karnsas
t City Southern passenger train and .
The n-year-old son of John Sp:crks
of Grandview, Tex., was k:cl:ed i'y. as
I borse and died soon afterwvards.
T. C. Adams. a farmer living near
Midyett. Tex., shot hi.amself in the head,
Ike Richardson. living ntlur Cle
burne, Tex.. took a 40-h!ound lwater
melon to town anli old it tc a Imer
Wrilliam Abrams, living near 'otts
bore, Tex., dropped dead fr.m heart.
G. Herbert Drown of H-ouston. Tex..
Sand editor of the H-ouston Chronicle,
died in that city of pneumconia.
New York City is to hare_ a 20-story
hotel to cost over $3.000.000.
A section crew on the San Antonio
railroad was run dlown by a pass~n
ger train and one Mexican killed.
Mrs. Ross of Hicto. Tex.. has given
birth to the third pair of twins. 'l
two first were boys. the last was girls.
J. C. Galbraigh of Dounham, Tex..,
was run ova/ and killed while switch
'S. ing at that place.
Four new rice mills will be built in
Louisiana is time to handle the next
Herman Hoffman of Iowa killed
himself at Hot Springs, Ark.
Rev. James Cameron, rector of the
SProtestant Episcopnl Church of the
Ascension, Jersey City, N. J., is dead.
The collection of pictur~ of Dr. Ca
pellmeisbter of Vienna, bougnt by Sena
tor Clark of Montana. cost ,.120,000.
Rev. Dr. Charles be. Herals. of
Brooklyn, who was stricken blind some
mnonths ago. has regained his sight.
C. S. Hudgins and W. I. Maples, liv
,Ing near Grapevine, Tex.. have been
arrested, charged with highway ro -
bery. The party who is supposed to
have been robbed is an old negress;
the amount was $1.29.
Three stores were destroyed by fire
at -Quinlan, T'rex., Thursday morning.
Los -about $7000.
C. N. Moody of Atlanta, Mo., paid
$2000 for a Galloway bull. Highec t
I price on reoord.
.roceries: GrainTFlour, Provisions
and Packing-House Products.:
•as.er.-:s -wat :-iere Oil Cat CK.OWLEVY, LA.
Dr. TomA iatVr rug Store
AS TO TH -1 H 7 :!= HE , WEL.L
'Jh. e hA ;: ,n h (; or Dr. Toimr and burnt up all his
`?.) . _;_I,.: 1i itt T Aiut Ar cl,, Perfu
:n,,"i'i, 's. : . 2, ic' n ,-. 1tc., will tind Dr. Toni :L hot,
S. 1 t . He keeps the Latet, Frte1h
1- He 1sell (h,:,: r ::a hi Prescription Depti rt-ient is
, anageci by a Scientific Druggist.
Front Street, Same Location as Before.
--FACY COU('HES '
* I EXTRA GOOD
,. s Pendquartcr1:'r, he(re :i -t} -:
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Pe .:ceP lia il ;Ind iWqartcotd . her ed
----3NDED WAREHOU: ;E.
VWill 13", ScNrn,. fon ,lv1ii7 on toll IiOUG RIC,. E in any qual tity..
Lib-a, .l-'CA r A.IW' . VAN.Ae made on Itee p»at ina o ar e car.e 9-11l&wtn
We havQ.e Io.plnaitt l a tnat martrket
t(iS. d(,l(or sf u-th of ILebhert. &:
A.ndru' .tx,'te on Soiitl % ain st.
BEEF. PORK, MUJTTON,
~s ree delinar. to aty purl, of the
3AIER & F !ULLE=. -
.. A. c'2i +". . L Cu
J.. CLW CLIN. D.
CLUN & CLINE,
Attorneys at Law
rnd otamres PubXle
r' f'.tc--Jm)v ag " r r TIke Chades.
Pr wars settest~oi : o busneak3. C
.1. C. LANG & CO.
LL iNIDS A'TPrILIE"NT 'AT AltJt Ir1(,tI.
W' \Varehousc: North tof 'ost ar's lule
s FlFRE DI IX ERY..
iG. B.. HUNTER-. N..D.
~a - 0m athist
di aver and Bowel Troubib a 8pecsty.
ne Rooms 3 and 4. Marse Bletk.
e Phone NX1c. Rlesiceetwo ::5, Ofee 4.
ia- E. S. H.MPSTEAD,
of Justice of the Peace.
Iv- Colleclions -iven prompt at.t
to Otlce next to Terra 's drug
ngA. C. W ILKHIN, ' M.D.
said OFfICE PHOM, WIL
' REitDENPOBS, S
-u nLEswman~ ae as aneanI
Mister U iorse
e are at :er y~or trade j i
toee line. We are after. it '
good eke n, honest Seed~
prompt a srvlce, full weigt~ t
and r~h : prices. It doeosm
atter to us whether you bus
feed for one horse or a >h
drec:~ Tf. lWant to sell tee
what fe 4 -ou buy.
FAIN & KRIELOW.
SDR. THOS. i,,. TERRY,
Physic n & Sugeon.
Special att en:it n gi ven Surgerly,
R regica1 DiM : et.:, aLL('., Dlisea-es of
HTo7en and i'h .rliven.
C2ief IZ4,cal So .'an fI ,rrSouthern Pa-r
OFFICE: O'aer"Wal'.¶nrs Store.
RES.ICENCE . North Matr. St
D.R.W . LIAMS& Co.
.3 EN7NI~GS, LA.
1Yill Land.ths. Iproved Farms
and T.owon 3.ots,Rice and Pine
Lards in Leuisianaand Texas
Offic in the new Bullicl buildin-g,
WIR tate eontrasta for painting any
t- htuA of l addinga Artistic house paint.
ing at har4d work are our special.
S Jentiage, Louisiana.
Lots for Sale.
Nicely located residence lots in Ca
ry's addition; also a few choice lotsin
HOMES FOR THE MILLION
SOUTHWE 5TERN ';:SC UPI,
EASTERN TE)cAS AND
ON TI-E LINE OF TIHE
K. C. S.,
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
" STRAICHT AS THE CROW FLIES "
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
Through the cheapest land now open
for settlement in the United States,
A magniC&' nt crountry :-aipted to, the cunltivation of small grain, corn, cotton,
lice, -lugar cIan :, apple.s, peactI hls,t t werritcei , cIlrlIlItIl uil.l tliucnk Iarnm ing,
and the Iraisingc of Ihoitrs. m leis, .ma:ltle, t, 511.s 1 and ~lheep),
at pri('t. r';tnI;itig lI*ltrn
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
TO TW ENT.-FIVE DOLLARS AND MORE PER ACRE
CURRENT EVENTS" KF:NSAS CITY SOULH!i`ERIN NiL WAY
S..G..WARNER, G. P. & T. A..
Tem le Chook, KANSAS CITY, MO.
H. D. DUTTON. Trav. P:ss. Agent, Kans.;3 City, Rio.
F. E. ROESLER, Tray. Pass. and Immiiration Agent, iansas City. Mn.
A Good Habit
SThe ihabit of buying (if H-_b- r., A: A .id'us, the SoutllI-Idae genlerai
merchants, is a got:xl. habit : ..t et into'. They sed everything
usually ikelt in a firs"-elhtss greneral storei. ,tindl On a.ccunt ,of their
large trade they areonstalit ll-. , :~-*etv, in= new tPmodsl, \w-l(COyIn yout will
always . tind fresh :act cleanl. Since ,lou.!i;ngm the size of their
building they have- received :. new stock of UP-T')-DATE Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Put nishings,Shboes a nd Notions. Our
GROCFI"Y atnd PI OVIrIION DEPA-L TEEST It tilled with g)od thi ing to eat.
HE_..BERT & AF)NDRUS.
The Southi side Merlchants.
SGULF COAST 1
0 Land & Investment Co. 1
*I R.F... FT RONC, MANAGER. W.
SOFFiCE - - JENNINGS RECORD BULDING. _
*E-ow are these ifor Bargains in Gooi a.
Rice Lands: 0
1('0 cacres with good house and Tlairn, *
sitlated ,oni canal, 1 mile fro'( . So.(
l, 'aciic Railroad station, 16( per I--e. i
S 5,0(X0 aeres iln exas on ( olorad.. river
Sat 1) pcri acre.
Badly Disabled But Still
'in the Ring. -
Our goods ar;,s.om n-ewhat caatttered, ,utL we a'
still doing !'usiness tl tlhe sat me old st' ad.
s NNow is the tare to buy.
La. Machine & Well Works co. Ltd.
*R. DAHILEN RiEAELi CO.
--BUY A\D SEPLL--
S CITY FuuN%
-AS V,'EIT At -
-'RICe FAND OIL L_\NDS.
a Office at MiC P arlain HoU se.