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-T-H -J.ENNINGS DAILY RCO0D
AN INDEPENDENT LOCAL N EWSPAP1Ht. Un-OFFICAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTIONOCntsa Month; $6Y a Year. N. L. MILLER, EdoaPrr
VOLUMEiIli. mJENNINGS, LOUISIANA TUES DAY. APRIL 8, 1902 im mmm
votivi 11 -;.
aole Agents in Jennings and vicinity for the R,
Harris Oil Burner
There are five sizes and patterns of this
Burner designed for various uses and var
ious kinds of boilers. They range in price
from $5.00 to $25.00, including plans and
specifications and full instructions for
equipping any kind of plant. Write for
circulars or call on - -
Heywood Bros. AND Dobbins t
Iron Voirks, b
Successors to BOEHM BROS. in
JENNINGS, - - - - - - LOUISIANA.
We have a FULL LINE and PRICES THE LOWEST. Call and
see our fine ones before purchasing. Our stock of all goods in the
~urniture Line tI
is quite complete. If you wish to SAVE MONEY call and see us.
SCOTT BROTHERS. B
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Arctic Ice Factory
S. R. SHEAR & SONS, Proprietors.
'Phone Pure Ice; Prompt Delivery t
GARLICK & FUNlK, Real Estate,
Jennings, - - La
Best Line in Town
Of Candies, Fruits and Oonfectloneries. b
All the leading brands of Tobacco and a
Cigars. Stationery and BlankL P,Ioks.
Elegant lot of Box Paper. t]
TIIOS. A. RAT H E. p
John Deere arid Hapgood a
Gang Plows Disk and b
Van wie Pumps for deep wells. See
our New top-suction ,pump. Eric Engines
Black Bros. & Co.
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PHARMACY IS' GOMETHING
of which the average pelrso, n ii t,- it yet i i iportlnt. What a
leasure to the sicl: to , : IT th'y are re:ting 'ur e, h 1Frsh
lrugs, the kind th I ' e : t " c,. ",: ' ', . ",p:n:: !ri by a Scientific
Our Prescriptio n Department t
is accur cy and tp i ,h i , ,r'li.nt p}ut in a nir- c
scription f'tot a ('t:!"i I " d ( . and unle:-ss
they know this w hen- v,,u ii- . . j , t In it tluttii h "111 t, "ojii are riun
ptng a great risk. ý\ t' ",i'r t: "., : : .' ,1 ':tttnt s, P l-'roprietary
brd Family tledicint( '. t :I .vcl st ct . d stock of Toilet
ýAXtic.es, etc. XWe invi your ,au tra e.
NEW B¶I1LADIN(. OLD LOCATION.
CALCASIEU IMPL. Co.
(Corner Market street and BroDudway.)
la~e th~ Standac.rd Rice Drill, with or without Fertilizer At- 1
tachment. Also the Celebrated Moline Discs, Pipe Frame Harrows
and Broadcast ~eeder·. Call and so( them..
They have also a c tr load of upl-t),da.e I3uggies and Carriages 1
YOU FARMERS WHO
Have Hard Pumping Wells
Are convinced that Fine Strainers are the cause of the
Small Amount of Water. Have a well drilled by us which
has a LONGER and COARSER STRAINER than any in
the market, thereby allowing a GOOD FREE FLOW OF
WATER. First Class Work Guaranteed.
YXlurs for Business,
BSERT RITTER, - - Jennings, La.
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SRHODES' BEQUEST (
TO AMERICA -
The United States is Remem- c:
bered in the Million
By Union Associated Press. f
Washington, April 8.-Before
his departure for Charleston,
the president received a cable
gram from one of the trustees of o
the educational fund established fc
by the late Cecil Rhodes, notify
ing him of the fact that every to
A state and territory in the United
States will be included in the
beneficiary fund. President
Roosevelt sent an appropriate re
sponse expressing his apprecia
tion of the munificent of the
South African millionaire..
he Property Leases.
A new supply just printed at n
the RECORD. g
By Union Associated Press.
New York, April 8.-Rev. Win.
Albert Crawford, Ithe Baltimore
clergyman, who last night was I
interrupted in a dinner to Andrew
Carnegie given by the Authors
club, and later taken to a hotel
where he was staying, was taken s
to the Bolleview hospital today a
and declared insane. f
Automobile Savings Bank. C
Special to the Record. C
Paris, April 8.-French bank
ersseeking savings deposits have I
taken several steps in advance of l
the American bankers who dis- C
n played their enterprise by dis
tributing small boxes that can be a
opened only at the hank. A lead:
ing French banking firm has in- 1
troduced the automobile savings s
8. bank which tours the country I'
id districts at stated intervals and
8. gathers in the savings of the
thrifty peasants. An electric
- motor car has been built for the
purpose. It provides seats for a
- cashier and two clerks, arranged I
about a revolving table. There
are shelves on the walls for the
bank books, and a strong boxis I
built into the (body of the car.
The innovatiou has met with a
most favorable reception.
Two Jersey cows forsale,fresh.
ES Apply to C. H. Dunham. 80Utf
Steel Business Boomninf.
Siccial to the Record.
Birmingham, Ala., April 8.
The new furnace of the Republic
Iron and Steel company is now in
full blast. The furnace has the
;h largest capacity of any in Ala
bama, and its output is expected
to reach 300 tons per day, The
comp)any is preparing jtself for
an increased output in pig iron
by increasing its capacity for
supplying raw material.
G overnor McSweny is quoted
unoficially as saying that the
Jeffi ries-Fitzslimons fight will not
take place in South Carolina.
The State of Washington has
notified thle supreme court of the
At. United States that it wants to
ws bring suit to prevent the North
ern Pacific company merger.
Sherit G~atSsway and twi .of
ges his posse, wounded in the fight
with the negro Renyolds near
STuscum bia, Ala., have since died.
A general advance of ten per
cent. in wages was granted to
nearly all cotton .mill operatives
in the southern half of New Eng
Clotbini, Advance Spring Styles.
Our clothing is made up of
the best material from the best
standard mills. The best de
signs of the season. Our cloth
ingis out outby artists and made,
up by expert tailors. We have
a complete line of men's flannel
suits, also white and fancyvests.
Fine serge ooats and vests. A.
D. McFarlaiu. 78tti
The Daily Record
The RECORD wishes to call the attention of its readers to the
telegraphic service it is receiving, givinig the latest of the world's
most important happenings at least twelve hours sooner than they
can be read in any paper coming to the city from the east or west.
In additton to the. telegraphic service of the . . .
Union Associated Press
the paper receives a . . .
Special News Service
from the . . .
Bulletin Press Association
of which the RECORD is a member and has the exclusive service
for this territory.
While the Union Associated Press is equal to any regular
telegraph news service, this . . .
gives the RECORD a decided advantage in securing news.
is glad to note that the majority of its readers appreciate its efforts
to give them a clean, readable and up-to-date daily paper, and while
the telegraphic news is received at a great expense, the manage
ment feels that the paper would not be keeping abreast with
growing Jennings without it.
Stamps Were Stolen and the Safe S
By Union Associated Press, r
Wilkesbarre,Pa., April 8.-The
postoflice at Hudson was bur- s
glarized this morning and the fi
safe dynamited. Father Shot- c
anski in passing on his way home t
from a sick call, saw the
cracksmen act. The masked men
called him inside the postoffice
forclng him to disrobe with
pointed revolvers, and showed him I
how to drill two holes in the steel i
door of the safe, how the powder t
was injected and the fuse applied
The priest watched the rob- I
bers tape a thousand stamps and
some money, after which they d
left him and escaped. t
Fine line of papeteries in t.
white and tints, plain and ruled" t
at the Record.
Weather Bureau Forecast. r
By Union Associated Press.
Washington. D. C.,April 8--The
weather bureau has sent out the I
following report: Northeast winds
shifting to northwest gales of ex- c
ceptional violence over the mid-.
die Atlantic states and New Eng- t
laud coastduring the next twenty- t
four hours. Many fears are felt a
Too Much Strain.
By Union A:rstriated k'ress.
Hudson. N. Y., April 8.-Mrs. I
Margaret Hallenbeck is reported
seriously ill today as the result r
of a nervous strain underg)ne f
yesterday, in testifying against f
Arthur Vanwerner, a nephew,
charged with murdering her hus-.
band. The trial is progressing
so rapidly that it is expected the
evidence for the prosecution will I
be completed today.
Borax Plant Burge4.
B Union Aoeuciated 1'ress.
Constanblesoork, N. J., April
8.-The Pacific Coast Borax com
pany's plant, adjoining the Stand
ard Oil works, burned early to
day with heavy loss. Several
workmen on the top floor nar
rowly escaped death,their cloth!s
burning when saved by hei',oic
By Union Assooiated Press.
New York, April 8.-Major R.
C. D. Pruden, assistant secretary
to the president wt la e,moved
to G~riild Ihospital today for
treatment for organic heart
trouble. His condition is dang.
erous and it is believed be cannot
"A neighbor ran in with a bott'e of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was
suffering with severe cramps and was
given up as heyond hope by my regu
lar physician, who stands high in his
profession. After administering three
1 does of it, my son regained conscious
ness and recovered entirely within
twenty-four hours " says Mrs. Mary
Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Va. This
t remedy is for sale by all dru~glsts.
) A BIG STRIKE.
e Six Thousand Men Go Out on a
By Union Associated Press.
e New York, April 8.-Six thou
sand inen went on a strike to
e fight against the American ICan
company. IThe trouble threatens
e to develop seriously.
For Boys Only. t
Mothers, why not bring your
boy or boys around and let us
put new easter suits on them. I
LI am going to sell them exceed.
l inigly low, so that each and every N
r boy can have a new suit.
d 73tf A. D. McFarlain.
Going to Sing Sing.
- By Union Associated IPress.
d New York, April 8.-Mrs. Ad
y die Francis Patrick the bride of
the convicted murderer of Wil
liam Rice, is making preparation
i to move to Sing Sing in a day or
two, where she will occupy the
same house in which Mrs. Moli
neux lived during her son's term
in Sing Sing prison.
e Autonomy for Boef,
e By Union Assetecd Press,
s Loudon, April 8.-The British
cabinet discussed the terms of
1- peace offered by the Boers
through acting Presiaent Schalk- I
burger, and learned that there is
It a strong chance fcni teaeo on a
basis lofautoUomiy for the Boer
s. By Union Associated Press.
d Washington, D. C., April S.
It The democrats are cauoasing
te today to adop.t a policy regarding
it the Cuban reciprocity bill which
o, was to be taken up in the house.
s. Beet sugar republicans want two
g weeks to debate the bill. The
1e administration leaders declare
1I they will not concede more than
South African Mines.
By Union Associated Press.
ii London, April 8.-The South
, African mines were strong today
on buying from Paris, which
p hears that six hundred Boers
11 were captured..
Admiral Evans Sails.
i Spteoal to the Record.
ic San Francisco, Cal., April 8.
Rear Admiral A. D. Evans sails
for Hong Kong today to report
for duty as senior squadron com
/ mander of the Asiatic station.
DdBy Union Assotuaited Press.
'r Springfiedht, Ill., April 8.-Ad
rt jutant General Jasper Reecedied
g' this morning of pneumonia, aged
ot sixty years.,
GOOD FORl RHEIUMATISM.
of Last fall I was taken with a very
nd severe attack of muscular rheumatism
ras which catused me great pain and an
ras noyance. After trying several pres
lu- criptions and rheumatic cures, I de
.is cided to use Uhamberlain'sP ain Balmn,
ree which I had seen advertised in the
us- South Jerseyman. After two appli
Sin cations of this remedy I was much
iry better, and after using one bottle, was
his completely cured.-Sallie Harris, Sa
lel, N. J. For sale by all druggists.
Visits Numerous Places of
Interest and Receives
Special to Record.
Charleston. S. C., April 8.-I
Hundreds of people gathered
about the railway station this
morning and cheered the arrival
of President Roosevelt and his
party. An official welcome was
extended by Mayor Smith and a
citizens' reception com mittee and
a cordial response was made by
the president. The greater part
of the day, after the formalities
of welcome were over. was spent
in visiting the site of the navy
yard, the forts in the harbor, the
jetties and other places of inter
est in and about the city. Public
buildings and business houses
throughout the city were deco
rated in honor of the visitors and
everywhere there was a continu
ous ovation from the crowds that
lined the sidewalks and filled the
windows. Arriving trains today
were crowded to their capacity
with visitors who have come for
the celebration of President's
day at the exposition tomorrow.
From all indications the crowd
will be the largest ever enter
tained in Charleston.
Cuban Riciprocity Bill.
By LUnion \Associated Press.
Yashlungton, April ,.- A claim
was made in tblh house today tha't
the Cuban Riciptccitt bill was I
not privileged. Speaker Hender
son overruled the claim and the
house considered the bill which
resulted tn 107 "yeas" and 102
"nays." Thirty-six republicans
voted against taking it up.
Fountain pens, $1 to $4, all war
ranted, at the Record.
By Union Assq i4ed Press.
Saumnerville, S. C., April .-
'The president and party arrived
here at 9:30 and left fifteen min
utes later for Charleston.
By Uuin , .asociated Pr1ess.
(,Camden, N. J., April 8---Stm
uel Vanstavern was hanged tr)od:y
for wife-murder committed lIst
November, the result of jealousy.
Heavy Wind Storm.
By Union Aa-uoeated Press.
Now York, April 8.--A heavy
gale is sweeping this city and
vicinity, doing considerable dam
Of for Europe.
B)y Union .\Asoc;ri-ed PI'ress.
New York, April 8.---Clyde
Pitch, the dramatist, sailed for
i Europe today in quest of health.
Earl Kimberly Dead.
IBy Union ^ ssociated Press.
London, April 8. -Earl Kimb
I erly, liberal leader in the house
' of Lords -ied tday.
A Goo InVyestmrcat.
488 acres of ric larl 1 7 miles
east of Kinder, $22.50 per acre.
Southern Realty &Colle3tion Co.,
-Farmers wishing do p wells
s for irrigntimu *vill do w,;l to see
t Bert Ritt er. d5tftd&w
lcriil z t
I have a fnat su.Yl)ii of special
r-ice fertilizer, alo :i' cotton iland
corn, which \-ill he ,,dd at rock
bottom prices. :\. D). ,McF'rlain.
Wo have some
to offer for a
HOLLINS BRO. I
I A. H. Humrn
Builder . ,
Room 5. 86tt
C. E. WO* f
Formerly of North Iou ;,r
ATTORNEY A'~Tir ·.
Practice in the courts at
Charles and Crowley. Chalrt
drawn. Titles examined.
O ffic e , M a in st., J e n n in g s . L a . :H, y . *
NEW ERA BAKERY
FRESH PIES AND
CAKES EVERY DAY,
Will start a wagon in a few
F. D. CASTLE, Prop.
Design to suit your taste.
All kinds of furniture repaired
and reconstructed. Call and ex
amine samples of GRILL and -
MANTLE work. Shop north of
Racket store. 73d&w
MARK D. RITTER.
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of tle
digestants and digests all kin .&-E
food. It gives instant relief an never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat a .
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. Is .
unequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive onit.
First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary.
Cures all stomach treOsah -
rhe pae bottle containa5 timesthe5Oc. . "s
Sold at Terry's Drug Store.
City Billiard and
In the old location with an entire
New Equipment of Tables, etc.
I[r. Pgue, propriOtor of the BON
'(,tN T.I V1:-RY STi_:ILE will have his"
Net I ubbler-'ired Dul=u, ies and Traps -
Iin shortly. and theu the young people,
of .RJuninigs can go riding city style.
MIr. Pague has also opened a
Transfer oticc in connection with his
Livery Stable. If you need anything
in the Transfer line
PHONE No. 90.
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