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AND NOTARY: PUBLIC.
1vaciatoe in thet courts olCOalcasmie
siiB .Acadia. 'darters drawn. titles a
e~5e: Hulburt Bldg., Jennings. La. 4j-g
Chinese Laundry. "
First class Laundry done at Rl.as- con
onable Rates at our New Laundry, ci
corner State and Davis streets. wit
HONG LEE, Prop. Icoa
283d-3mn JENNINGS, LA.
E. 1. 8R 4l
Contt a r, r
'W are preu.',rtild to build large or en'
smial l 1t 1iuti . op meI a card to di.
* call on yogu.a
Shoe Reparii g
I a;nm noi n ,i'ioi '::r',d to r"ktia ii h'oot:,.
Shoes u itl ui,'.ers" at try sho, op
posite TT'lr } )iiru. i Story. e
JAS. H. IMVAR SHALL. pa
C. F. Hagius, P
DENT IST. .
Office in W ulia: .iniding , with Dr. te
Tom Terry. PThon 7'. co
D. ii. Gul-.- ... FaRANK (,OTTON. 1m ,
Grier ý -
a nW ld C ` s. I.. r o. ,ý Fa .. -.r
and L,,''. i W 1, . ; ' all
JENNIN P S, LA.
Real Estate i
Wild Lands, Improved Farms and on
Town ILots, Rict :and Pine Lands M
in LouIian;a &ad Texas.es
",6ORRS l-'tNi) PiCLi SOLIQIT ED... be
United States re
Jennings, La. f
PLnal proofs in United States Lanl er
Iries a specialty. All business en- S'
to me will receive prompt and. Iti
attention. Office with Jes
3ianktos and Trust Oe.
7 H. POWELL. R. E. PSVZE tL
SaW and PLANING MILLS.
Elton, La. '
7 MANUFACTURERS OF1
a,,f Yeilow Pine Lumber ,
A, C. BR'AINARD & CO.:
Insuranf ce i
ine Elskca written in leatdin c0073
es. Town nc a eountrT propserni b
sale. Olilce with Cie & £Vline. e
BOLUCIi 'ROS., Props.
1eadquarterl for fine Bread an4
Cakes. Bread dillvered to your osa
door. Patronicze home industrY.
Imported and Domestic QCigars.
Wholesale agents. Jennings. I..
8 ch A. T. Morris Wholesale Cigar
e, Cincinnati. Ohio.
WITHK &, BAluER,
Livery, Sale and
ta. A large stock of Siale Horses a
,a on hand. Phone 11. Jenning
M. 1M. SHANNON,
e o.m pi..27 Plma.
: albeat eaico, Jan. .-The arbitra
Uss itpation .of the '.Pad-American'
i e rlenes Is 'really crftical. It the
-Chileanss do not yield and allow the
compulsory plan to be reported to the
eosference, only two solutions are
pwnssble. Either they must withdraw _'
4from the conference and allow it to
conclude without them, or ten South
and Central American delegations will!
withdraw 'practically breaking up the;
conference. There is considerable in
dignation against the Chileans on the
part of other South Americans on the
ground that the Chileans expressly
agreed to the compromise whereby the
Peruvians and Argentines were to sign
The Hague convention. on condition
that a compuh:lry plan of arbitration
was also to be rertir'd to the confer- -
ence, and that now the Chi!':ans r,,'
diate the agreemena aid want the dele
gations who are in favor of compul:sory
arbitration to sign it outside of the
conference. or "in a i.:)rner," as its ad
-ocates indi:nalt::_ i'
Nluact hon I've·alma Oassal.
Paris. Jan. 2.-All the newspapers
here publish an address to the share
holders of the Panama Canal com
pany. issued by M. Bunau-Vari!la, a
large shareholder, who made an appeal
to the shtaroolders and others to con
tribute a start at the beginning of the
new year toward funds to carry on,.-:
the work-l of the canal.
In this address, which takes up half
a page of Apace in the papers, .
Bunau-Vartjlla gives the text of a le- ..
ter whit* he recently wrote to the
nesw preiseI t of the canal, M. Bo, At
eomlnendcftl the decision to attempt
the imprauti"tlbe task o.f reopening
the negotiat~e nr with Washington for
the sale of the company's property, and
urrge that the o-nly course open, in or
der to save 1le situation is for the ".
company to a nke before Jan.' 7 a
straightforward offer to sell the pop- .
erty for -: 1,0;)0t,00O0.
Arregted In Me.ntansa.
Hamilton. Mon.. Jan. 2--B. K. An
dersoa, alias B'yron A. Keith, was ar"
resried b:" a Pinkerton dtctive. It is -
h : all. ::.t .-nv on, .-while telegraph
oli :',:- .u .h;c; cx . r;' -:SS a' t:ll at Stutt
ga:t., A- .. about .a yer-" ago, alsc:(nd
c; v.i ` !uac':: ' o. cu!'rrency con
tai ni::" . ,.ng hts wife and
two ch:d:n. T he prisc acnvl. -know '
-d::-; his idientit:,-. and has eon::"nt.: d -i
to ':-I',I' tO .."itA:ansa ' wih'uAlt (rlui°i-.
tion D'e~, and wlil leave with the
ofP :t:: . 'htri'day.
n t SSpring.- (isan'.lser Dand.
Hot Sprieinsl Ark.. Jan. 2.--E.. .
Smith. for ::O years the proprietorf f
the Arlington Hall, and one of the best
known sporting men in the smiuth died 1
linrc of apoplexy. He had been ill
only a few days and the announce
ment of his death created the gre:at
est surprise in the circles whotre he is
best knowIn. I-Ie was the firs; gatn
bier of the city, and during all his c :I
recr was a factor in lca.al politics.
himnage ,t Paducahl.
Paducahb. Ky.. Jan. 2.-Reports havre
reached here that the high water Ie
dstro:ilug property and' cattle along
the Tennessee river. The uteamner
Clyde left to rescue persmons. driv-en
from their homes. The :rise came sud
denly and without warnaian, and the
farmers were not prepared. T''he rnv
I er is expected to go :5 beet her by
- Sunday. Forty feet -i. thn danger
Austhrr tallro'ad for D$.1iir .
Austin. Jan. 2.-It was li:arned here
that the International a nc Great,
Northern Railway comrnrny is to con
tinue its extensions in 1 eBas; that
the rumors that It wouald build to'
Beaumont are to become-:, reality, and c:
L that the northern e .-enntit a will havef
a branch from C:ruIea.tra. to Dallas.
and that woa:k will ".e,::i " to both ov
tensions before 1::C'. h~rs eXpirod.
N *ne. \V n". H.w . nun,
Guthrie, O. T., Jan. 2.-- 0. W. Cr'felt
I the pri;oiner brought banl k here from
Del Rio, Texas, and wa etied in Win
L field, Kansas, in connec' ;ion witi the
Moniltciery murder. Is s::id by otii
cials to lhae ' efen t: e oit-.:ai hang
man for the governme at f:,r several
years at Ft. Smith, Ar kansas.
Hatsl I)u,.itata w ouil,ncol,
S Padnlcah. K.y.. Jan. '.--Bfare details
yl have reachecd heret of a dloub!e t:ag
edy near Sprout's h: ide'. cight miles
-e.ast of Fulton. Geort ;, S 'evens and
r Berry Hill, pronminen young men, met
and began firing at each other with
T pistols. Both rmen are reported to
be moratlly wounde d.
Wo Rpeset i. the D.,d.
SParies, Tex., Jan. !.--Complnlaint wae
lodged against a r es!ta county man liv
ing near Enlo.e, :harging him with
gl disturbing the -p eace. It is claimed
that Just after a funeral procession
, passed his house~ he went out into the
;cracker.public road an I touched off a fire
i Wnt e664 ird at San Freolsoo.
SBan Franot sco, Jan. 2.-The Ran
|| Francisco msint has Just completed a
coinage rece rd which makes 1901 the
banner year In its history, $91,072,590
having been converted from bullion
~anbbed of Thoir Gold.
Washington, Ga., Dec. 31.---rhe
Misses Battle, two elderly maiden
lad lies Living at Barnett Junction, on
the ~W"ashington branch of the Geor
gla railroad, were robbed early Sun
Sday of $6000 in gold. When the rob.
bers entered the house the women.
hearing a nole, investi.ated and light.
ed a lalmp. The robbers dashed a
buoket of cold water on the one hold
g'ttelt lamp sad overawed them. The
ladis claim to hoae reosalsed n oe e
ge he robbera
Groceries. Grain, Flour, 1Provisions
and Packing-House Products.
AF..: ts <.. Lti.-.irce Ceil Co. CROWLEY, LA.
O T, a1..)z'. Thai :ie
> ? lie 'id1 'V tQ yaiiittCD~~s
Front St'eetr CVjliC LO:citI~fl 3 O (fil
t~~~gi;:i) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ k- .;· -~· ~i~·'·'
:··' ~ .(-L .
-~c~ Cr U;'F
. X7sr tV(,o MBOl olROG IC nan uiniy
L.u1 AHADAr'S·IOC'nIiepu nores~g.U1dw
1Ve hv e opened a nwut, um:kct
two do)rs Hsouth of (bhert, &
A nc s' store on South \.iain st.
......(( ~1' MEATS, such as
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON,
r-'" .'ee detl; ve(r. to any '::t "f ;h'
E A -ER & BULLE. i
W. TL CL~NE, O. R. OLIN .
J. D. CLINM.
CLINE & CLINE,
a Att rneys at Law
and Notaries Public
1 O!!iee-Jcr. -:t as and Lake Charles.
Promprt atten(.torA to all buslXesl.
S. C. LANG & Co.
A --l)I.:ALIE1S IN
F. E E' D
/LL, IINDS ATPR'1ICI':S TIHAT AlIl:I:IG;HT
oWareholse: North of Fosterl'; hlnl
a ber office.
FII'.fi: 1)T IIVERY.
tR - - - -
"Gd, . . HUNTII. MA.D.
Bbevere and Bowel Tra@ble a pe9aaIts.
Ln Rooms 2 and 4. Morse Block.
a Phone Nos. Residence 35, Office 4.
gE. S. HEMPSTEAD,
Justice of the Peace.
Collections given prompt at
D Office next to Terry's drug
as A. C. WILKINS, M.D.
amcz PNama IL
eft` .IQ LII
S e r eneJa -
what tee you 1t*.
FAIN & KRILOW.
DR. THOS. IL. TERRY,
Physicin & Surgeon.
i-pcial atint.i on given Su perIy,
-urgir:al lis).eas i., and Disea s of
V)onmen anid 'hilren.
C:hiet Local Sulrge-Non for touth( rn Pa
cifih I :ailroad.
OFFICE: Over Walker's Store.
RESIDENCE: North Main St
D.R. .. LiAM & Co.
,11 NNiN- S, LA.
1WViltd lanlds. Improved, l' arms j
S1 and Town Lo; ltsai. - ii: a d fine
Land, in Louisiana acld 'texais
oflcfie in ther new l hill ik iildinc,
lit a irs.
C(.t )l- llESPONDEN('E CSOLI('ITIED).
WIi take I ontracts for painting any
Lt- ad et bufldin. Artistic house paint
1n and haril work are our special
g lenings, Louisiana.
1 Lots for Sale.
Nioely located residence lots in Ca
ry's addition; also a few choice lots in
g a F PrlEINTUN BROTHERS
HOMES FOR HE MILLION
a:-."''THr" ET.RN T; SSCURI,
EASTERN TEXAS AND
ON TIHE 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 mapinnr.lient country adauptetl to the cultivation of small grain, corn, cotton,
iice .sugar call", a p, t 'pl'lt h p ' , bhelrries., commercial truck farming,
and toe t,.iing of hinrses. imutles, cattle, bogs and sheep,
at )orices ranging from
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
TO TWENTY-FIVE )DLLARS AND MORE PER ACRE*
wlIT;Fo.- A liV F
CURRT--T EVNTS" KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
S. G. WARMNER, G. P. & T. A.,
Tem !e Block,KANSAS CITY, MO.
H. D. DUTTON. Tray. Pass. Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
F. E. ROESLER, Tr.v. Pass. and 'mmigration Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
A Good Habit
The Ilw.hit c.( L.ujin ;" (,Lf -lHobrt ma: ' Andrus, thl Southsideo genera.
me'rc-h:nt;s, is a go,)d habit to get into. They sell everything
usually: kept in a first-class general store, and on account of their
large trade t iey are constantl l receiving new goods, which you will
always. find ~resh and clean. Since douoling the size of their
builditng they have received a new stock of UP-TO-DATE Dry
Goods .,L:Ddics' and Gents' Furnishings, Shoes and Notions. Our
GROCERY and. PRiOVISloN DEPAITTME`NT's tilled with good thing to eat.
HEBERT ~ AClNDRUS.
The South side Merchants.
:® Land & Investment Co.
. R-'. " RONO, MANAGER.
* OFFICE - - JENNiNGS RECORD BUILDING. I
Io [-ow ar" t aese for Bargainxs in. Good
, 1"') ac'r0c:,e with good hus·e and barn,
.:t.iitcd(I (ii canal, 1 mile from So. I
l'acitli Railroad station, $16 per acre.
5,)i0 acre i in Texas' on Co)lo rado river
tit ) 1(0 per acre.
Badly bisabled But Still
in the Ring. -
Our goods are somewhal. tt ~attered, bua we. are
still doing business at the same od stnd.
4, Now is the time 1.( buy.
La. Machine & Well Works co. Ltd.
-II. DAILEN REALTY C0.
--BUY AND SELL--
--AS W ET .A ' ..
RiCe AFND OIL LAINDS.
office at NVic8 arlain Holouse.