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Forme ly Fof North Louigtiana.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1ND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Pralce,. in the courts at Lhake
Charles and' Crowley. Charters
drawn. Titles examined.
Ofie. Main st., Jennings. La.
B ITON H. THOMAS, of
MASTER PAINTER. n
Shop on 'I hird street, west of
Free Estimates Given on Ap- re
hpication. Living Prices and en
ast Class Work. fr(
BowDS GIVEN IF REQUIRED, no
GRILLS Order. fry
Design to sui t your taste. an
All kinds of furniture repaired no
and recon.-tructed. Cal aid ix- 5
amine saip!es of GRI!LL and 18
MANTLE work. .Shi: o tri "
Racket store. 7.6dc: Je
MARK D. R+ ,TT~ R.
Digest: what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all in
the food you want. The most sensitive p
stomachs car take it. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptic; have been
cured after everything else failed. Is
unequalled f:r the stomaceh. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. gi
First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. 1
Oures all stomach troubles 1T
prepared only by E. 0. I,,VWITT & O0.. Chicago Sr
TheP.bottle coutalns2% -t.isthbeb. sizo.
Sold a: 'Prry's Drug :tore.
City Billiard ind
In the old locau.,. l ni , p,
Nso v Equiptmt . a..s, .a
Livery Rig, . fer"
Wagon or t o. Ca.
Stove Weo'- .
Bon-Ton Liv y Stab.
Jennings Pi; abi g andi
Plumbing and E! trectii Suppli. E
of all kinds. We have a ti~s 1
class pltunber and wiU gu.Lr.n'-t -
sanitary workrIrnMut. hi , a ,
Main street, Jennings, .a
WITHBECK & BAUEfl
Sale and Boarding
P ArtCla-a Ourtt liand rroi-mpt At- 4:
tentlon. A Large Number of Sale -
Ho*zue Aways on .Hand.
D. G. LESLIE,
Stock and House
Estimates furnished. Guaranteed
wells at 50 cents a foot.
Residence, East 2nd street.
JaUinT s. :-: L.
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No. ID ... 19 . of.
In accordance with the provis- he
ions at Art. 50 of the constitution tio
of 1898, we hereby give public pm
notice of our intention of apply- tra
ing to the General Assembly of the
the State of L"uuisi:tna, at its all
regular session of 1902, for the wa
enactment of a bill appropriating sup
from any funds in the treasury lib
not otherwise appropriatid, the the
sum of $275.00, as the state col- thi
lected, erroneously, during the ha
years 1896 to 1900, inclusive, it.
from us a license tax of $75:00 do
aunuall, when by law we were lia
not liable for said tax, except for I
$50.00, annually, for the years pr
1899 and 1900. ab
CITIZENS' BANK. ab
Jennings, La., May 2li, 1902. ot
200 Screen Doors
on hand. Made to wear out ofd
best cypress lumber and galvait
ized wire. WVin(,ow screents made ad
to order. Phoue . j 105.
121 tf H. F .JA1,N iKE. t
Screen Doors. a'
Carload jlst rc iv'~ed. Brinrg n
in your orde'" t ', Right or
Plau.. _ . L1 Mo> sF, w, ONS.
Screen Doors. W
Carload ju-t received. Bring
in your orcer to The Ric-ht,
Pal (e. L. L MoutsE& SoNs.
Another earl'hai of La'lrk Brg
gies just in at .ue Louisiana Ma
chine & Well \Works Co. Ltd, e
I Tennings, La . tf97 ht
sipsm the (ough tnu d ,VWorks the (Sold Of I
Laxative Br'ouio Quiniue T:bletscure O1
: Gold in one d't\ No Cure. No PaN ,"i
Price 2.5 cents. or
*.We have so;ne jvery pretty at
shirt waists left in large sizes.
Anybody wishing No. 38, 40, 42 l
44r 44 can find a bargain at the fu
Fashion. 125tf "
IL. . SWNNON, i d
Mnitr'turer of Tn and Os lvauale
:-ne W'are. Guttering and Repasia$*
.nor .erth at Euale greoes.
SPENCE: , GLANFIELD, L
Office over Postoffice,
. JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. .
SHOUSE MOVING. 1
I am prepared to do HOUSE
, MOVING and HEAVY HAUL
ING of all kinds, such as Boilers,
Engines and Machinery. Rates
Sreasonable. Call on me at my
residence east of schoolhouse.
43 L. E. TRUMAN.
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A Good Beginning
is half the battle in an oral o"
- written argument. You can not
do yourself justice with a poor
pen or old thick ink. You want
the best. The stationery must
be right, and every adjunct of
the proper character. Our sta
d tionery, inks. pens and pencils
d are the bestever madeor handled
a_ 1 nulburt building.
in te Oattben case idae by tel
-s"preme co~rt Milonday: L
.L'.Cotton vs. Jennings Irri·s
S'In a contract made by a rice
farmer with the officers of a can
al irrigating company which was
in process of construction, the
only. obligation entered into by
the farmer was to pay two sacks
of rice per acre "for the iand Ilr T
rigated " the farmer leaving him M
self,a liberty to plant what land
he pleased and to call for irriga
tion or not as he might. think
proper. By a clause in. the con
tract it was declared in behalf of
the company that "it would use
all reasonable means" to supply
water. Such a clause under
such circumstances has to be
liberally construed in bebhlf of
the cor poration. The mere fact
that the canal company failed to -
have th canal completed, through
it was physically possible to have
done so, did not carry with it
liability for damage,.
2. The putting in default in
presence of a u ac kiuioledged in
ability to perform or in caste of an
absoluteo denial of the existence (
of an:y co)tra(¶t, calnnot be exac
tad. (:37 A ,nual, 492; t;i Annual,
For the reason assigned, it is
adjudged and d greed that tne id
j tigitouI appealed from be and
I tao samve is hereby annualled, L
!a.vided and reverlsed, and it is
n lw ordered, adjudged and de- of
creed th:t plaintiff's demand be
rejected and hi-; suit disauissed
with colts in both courts.
WVb atFt alster ,s, oni t1,:I-cs L
It : ;nt i *.cI, *PL1F i .t ý rt Vs. ".-Ht
B. Kiliitumne:. .j 14nt.ns. IJL.
DON'T STAR.1 WRONG.
D)on t stuarnt the sutner" witll a ling- C
e-'iug coug(,h or coll. \Ve all know
wha"t "''summer (cold" is. It 's the
hardest kind to cure. Often it"hangs C
on" through the entire season. Take
it in hand right, now. A few doses of
' One Minute Cough (ure will set you
right. sul't (elle tc coui. ghs, e iolds, C
crloup, grip. brouchitis, all thrloat and
lung troulbies. Aibsoluctely sale. Acts -
at. once.-. (hild reni like it. "One
Minute tCotiu'h cule is the lest. cotugh
medicine 1 ever used," says .. H.
Bowles, (Groveton. N. H. '1 never
( found anything else that tacited so
f safely and quickly." Dr. Tcerry 's
If you want to picar a pretty
I dress pattern, white or colored, c
you will find the new drygoids
store called the "Fashion" the
best place for it. 125tf
Notice of Stackholders Meeting.
The annual meeoting of the
stockholders of the Pa'ririe
M;aimro Oil and Mineral Conu lliLl
Limited, provided for by Artici'
1V (if the Charter, to elect five
(5.) Director's for the year ''iidi:g:'
June 10, 190l8, and for the pur
pose of transacting such other
* business as may properly come
before the said meeting, will be
held at the McFariain House, in
the town of Jennings. La.. on
the tenth day of J.urne, 1902, at
ten o'clock a. m.
By order of the President,
Jennings, La., May 9, 1902.
112:tf D.E. SWEET, Secretary.
E . S. P. Excursions.
Selling dates April 22nd to 27th
inclusive, and May 27th to June
S, 8th, inclusive. Final return limit
s 60 days froI( daten of sale. Stop
ovcr 1privilege. going or returning
to return via Ogden and Denver.
Fare $47.50 for the round trip.
S Colonists fares to California,
San Francisco and all points tak
ting same second class rates. On
Ssale daily during the month of
I March and April, 1902. Rates,
S$30.00, one way, only.
Jennings to Cihicagiand return
date (if salte Junt 15, 10i,2h0 c:id 23.
Final riet urn limit Slept 17 rate
$27 95 for round mrip.
Jenuiungst to St. Louis date sale
June 15, 1G, 20 and 2'. Ri.turn
limit Sept.. 17, irate $22.l:, for
C~If in need o! ia safe so.e the
Luusi-na Machine & Well Works
SCo., agents for Victor safe. 61tf
May 26, 27 and 28, days you
can save money on Hdw. and
lot Carload just received. Bring
cr in your order to The Right
it Place. L. L. MORSE & SONS.
st WANTS QTHERS TO KNOW.
of "I have used DeW\itt's Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid
Sliver land they are all right. I am
el glad to indorse them for I think when
d we find a good thing we ought to let
others know it," writes Alfred HIeinze
Quincy, Ill. They never '-ripe or dis
tress. Sure, safe pills. br Terry's
C. F. 'aSiTs,
Oem. o W.mhW E nsuMng w, ts r
Tem Taer. Phene 4!.
A.o. W. arrnerr f wi th geed.
Mr. Horse -
eien. hseast feed; wihs premps e
vie, ftll weights sad rlsks prº7 . It
deeja't matelr fso whe ther you buy
lsetd for me Joerse or a asllnd-w
wamt s. aes ye7 what fhae yes buy.
FAIN & KRIELOW
DR. E. A. LEE,
Rooms 1 and 2, Morse Building.
OFFICE HOURS 2 to 3 p. ni.
Residence North Main street.
C. E. TE.RY, M. D.,
SUR(OON - -
Special attention given Surgey ~,ur i.
gical Diseases and Disuaces of V orie&,
Local Surgeon for -outhe-n Paciuc
O'WICE : CITTY i -.t . . -
RE lF~c.\t . .: r, -.).,, i+4 er3T`"
TELEPHOII Go .9.
OR, T1OS. L., TEL" Y,
Special attenltlon given Surgeiry. S.,r
gical Diseases, .nd Iiseases of Wo:eren
Chief Local Surgeon for Southern Pa
Office: Over Wal Ker's Store
aenid.obaee YW..,th ]2..l S;..
E. S. KE ii STEAD,
JUSTICE of the PE./iCEL
Collections aiven prompt attention.
Office text to Terry's drug store.
D. M. GaOnss. Frusa Corro.
CIVIL ENGINEE EJS VP "
*' *P and .SU VE YORS.
Mr. Cotton will locate in Welsh and
Mr. Grier will continue to reside in
RI tes $10 per day. Assistants and
Expenses extra. 233&wlm
D. R. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Wild Lands. Improved Farms
and Town Lots. Rice and Pine
Iands in Louisiana and Texas.
Once in the new Bullick Building.
E. F. ROWSON & CO.,
r. JENNINGS, LA.
Wild Lands, Improved Farms and
n Town Lots. Rice and Pine Lands
S in Louisiana and Texas.
e CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
' HEEN & ORESOENT
&h ROUTE. 4
The Best Line to New YorkPhila
delphia, Baltimore, Washington, Cin
cinnati, Chattanooga, Birmingham and
Sall points in the East.
Through Sleeper, New Orleans to
New York via Chattanooga. Bristol
Lynchburg. Washington and Pennegi
g vania Railroad.
ht Pullman Sleeper, New Orleans to
Dining Car Service on both New
York and Cincinnati Lines, serving all
id Coolest. Cleanest.
m Full detailed information turnishe
en en application.
let ;o. H. Smith,
aze P. . A.,
. R. J. Anderso.n,
y's A. G. P. A
New OrleanBs, la.
AS WELL AS
RICE AND OIL LANDS
Office McFarlain KIouse.
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LAND AND IVESTIEN CO
N. R.I STRONG, M ranager.
Ofices & W Record Building.
3. A ZAEOLO. PERCY LONGMAN.
ZABOLIO &c LO iCt"AAN,
New Lot of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Shirt Waists, etc.
ei .w. MITCHELL,
%o AND Xi
ON THE OLD SITE.........
n The Prop s r WG ay to Travel.
-- SOUTHERN PACIFIC,
zo fLArE RRES SUNSET 1)O l U TE,
FREE CHAIR CARS. SPLEND E JQUIPMRiT,
BOX VESTIBULED, PERFECT TRAINS.
ý - CALIFORNIA,
EQUIP~IE ENT T EST,
REOUTE THE NEW YORK,
• <-veme- THE EAST.
Send 10s. I sitap 10r a upy l th S TIE I CIFIC DICE 0 IOO;K, 8 0.cotainifPt ttO Ilk
. F. J. MORSW. ME PALL,
Pass. Troaff Mnage~r. GeCn. YI**. & rOhe Aga
HOMES FOI THE MILLION
In Southwestern Missouri, Western Arkanseen
Eastern Texas and Western Louisiana
on the Line of the
IAANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
"Straiyht y s the Crow Flies" F'rom
KANSAS CITY TO TILE GULF
Through the Cheapest Land Now Open
for Settlement in the United ..tates ...
I o*r.e-, m.lWe*, eslt*lJ . h1l4 a...4 - elep, - t ptrac. +--us ,tlm
Free Government Homesteads to Twenty-Five D !are and volr per Aer1
' Writl for a Cop" of oURRN A" JL% E'N r-, pndLkh ltl t )e the
An*SA- S CITY- SOUTH'ERN P.ACILfICA,.
8. ,. W ABNE ,, 0 *. a. 8 * A., Templer' Hi .. T; " w· .;\, ·t1.
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