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1At eution Rice Growers....
r sLt .,)od 3rrns6. Dobbins Iron Works have
s' cutý,l the se~'rices of 1Mr. W. E. Pace of Los
A .nies, Ciklornnia. Mr. Pace is an AlMachi
na .,nil Crude Oil lBuruer Expert. They are pro
perod to tiu.Lli AN.- KIND of u burner soienti
ticua1y irnd thr,,h hil skill obtain;ug bet -
sults possirie. T'ioty mtke a specialty of th(
HEAMMEL BU!RNER which has had sue U
Sphenomenal success in California andi Texas.
h'. Pace i, i thorough engineer and is pre- "
parc.d to int,il a pumpingr and steam plants or
any equipment nugeessite ting the use of stea n.
If You Are in
Trouble.Call on Us.
* Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works.
momoomo ... .. ..
w mely lShot
Sa1cs Ilke this m sho,
The feed t~ tt
keeps Mules up L n. "
O ff ' C r o w l ,
McCon & Co. day fr
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. toMc.
DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY
'lans. Specific tions nrc Esti nates
- . . rail w. 9 ,.Ld rk . t g . a I & y f
I-, 'o ..e v.;,NI or is w:muIS.. - .Tant
• .. A..2y hw weith primerO L .!
o.' n, r ? L s
FALN & KRIELOW m
F 4i &*this 1
4d . L-;-. - A 'of th
!fig ' Ai was
Wild Lards. Itr ,'d Far,. s and
Town Lo x. U. +, td Pi, ".ands in fl
i I. ouiftira.- . i '. ra ' xas.
CORR SPONDLNCL 2cL1-TiiD.'
B. A. RICHHART; TI
Public Auct'onee r, iext
Roanoke, - - Louisiana. row
[ solicit your pntronage and guar
a.ntee satisfaction. 4'U ' Iwtf I
A. H. Humphrey, ,o
Architect and Viea
THAT SAVES Ti
og IN O i
MONEY OVER Il
oeaN 1'oaTI' s " b
i r--*r - Ci
irW :, ,,,ug damaged. Ou' " prices ab
ti si c.da s. u
Hong Lee, Proprietor. g
:>,,r. State and Davies st i
t am prepared to do HOUSE
* MOVING and HEAVY HAUL
ING of all kinds, such as Boilers,
Engines and Machinery. Rates
- reasonable. Call on me at my
residence east of schoolhouse.
L. E. TRUMAN
IRolome iVappeitutis. meeting
Intereiting It. uJ (`oncl.rnlng Jenning hoped th
and the 4eihbol oua. be pres
F. J. Trost of Port Arthur is I havd
here today. avenue,
A. T. Fols,)m is a visitor from Please ci
L. Delhommer is in town from chills a
Crowley today. Tustelesi
Chas. Clerk is in the city to- :u-e. No
* day from Mobile. Lad
Mc. C. Kelly and wife of Hous- On Fr
ton are here today. will don
M. Levy w:tc here today from the sale:
,es . " .,t . Incl idin
H. Startf,. ! w ;, an arreý' If" refro,.:
New York this e :lorli,:. with, i
-i,'H(d ii t'I" ei:, v ol'ni -r.,r
O. P. El':rtf Mit', l "oup( " ilt'he 1,;,l
into the city this mlrni n; duri:n
James Bradsh ,w came i n t,,- be junst
cday fr,om the Crescent City. ciety.
. ust '-e Uirich of `.hic:,.r I .r- ni-hec
r; v.d ,,n the anrly mornirg t.r ,ii band.
Mrs. Bamso and son, arrived and wi]
this morniiz, from DP atur, 11!
D. "'. Swift a Lake 9h;,rie:: on, han
busin I s man speu' be dzy here. best. c2
T e Embroxvlery club will meet ized wi
with dIrs. L. W. Dalbey tomor- to ord(
row af: ernoon at 2 o'cloekl. 12* i
O. S. Newell, repre.antative
/ !of the Pullm : Cir C0npai'-, Yesi
I was a visi ior in to,wn ,otday. IVintot
Dr. F. H. N...,r .ical, manager begun
of the ' .·i.-, 1 Oi company came home 4
in from B-.iumont this morning. the Fi:
6G. A. R. meet in their hall on after c
D. S-it urday evening, July 19th erty,
-- 'l.Coe attend and assist in the dent t
Sctuster. T.J. Woodworth,adjt.
_ _ Li'
T The Ladies Library society The
extend you a cordial invitation to
visit the Owl drug store tm ,or -n t r
hna. row. Come early and stay long. to bri
Iu)I* O rlNIN( THE -TSTEM. erty
itf It is th rough the bowels tlat St. L
- the body is cleansed of i mpuri- Wouk
ties. Constipation keeps these is su
Iois, ns in the )ystem, causi=g visit 1
headache, dullness and mel- Missi
,-holia at first, then unsightly
dr -"ruptioni and finally sIrious ill mem
:.as unless ia remi iy is applied. Amei
DeWitt's Little Early Risers pre
vent this trouble by stimulating
the liver and promote ea.s. tick'
Ih.altlhy action of the bow'ls. k t" '
"'iit.te littic, pillt di, not act - ; rlout'
ently but by strengthening t le her i
bowels enaole them to perform 1902.
their own work. Never gripe or Fo
distress. Dr. Terry's drugstore. rat'te,
.1 Servants Fifllt.
ve y Union As,.ociated Press.
ED Newport, I. I., July 17.
AVES Trouble animon servants of a Cl
OVER lashionabli: householder this pian
DATE summer has taken a serious turn. er,
" Two servants in the famous man- ten
)RY. sion of Edward Berwin, on Bell- wot.
no by view av., battled in a pantry dur- E. E
oiothes ing a dinner party. The second S
'ric is butler, John Congreve, is distig- ally
ured for life, and is lying dan- tl.
tor. gerously wounded and may die. Cas
's st Edward Morris, the butler'c
-ya helper tassaunltedl him. Morris era
G islckcd up awaiting Congreve's of
Great effort was exerted to wa
suppress the news; the commis- f
sioner of police investigating lo- ed
G" cal affairs was bribed to bush pa
TOUSE the matter up. A sensation is w
HAUL- promised. ce
Rates Bring your wife, intendedm
at my wife. your ~weetheart or some in
ouse. other gentleman's sweetheart to Jo
),)A the Owl drug store tomorrow. gn
For the Farmers' Institute to
be held at Jennings, La., July 28, CAL
Stock ond Rice-growing, by T.
The discovery of oil: what it
has done and what it will do for
Jennings, by Alba Heywood.
Diversified farming, by W. E.
Tue importance of good roads
and bridges, C. F. Taylor.
Truck and fruit raising. A. L.
Irrigation, S. L. Cary.
The place the church and
schools occupy in the develop
ment of a country, Rev. J. B.
There will be some disting
uished speakers present from the
state experimental station.
This will be a very important 0
meeting to all farmers, and it is
hoped that a larga number will
be present to profit by the ex
periences of others.
Is have vemoved my office to
residence, cor. 4th and Cutting
avenue, near Christian church.
m Please come to see me.
ID. U. BaowN.
The Ieat Prektrilption for Mlarla.
im Chills and Fevalr is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
0- Uu*e. No PVy. Price, 50.
Ladies. Library Benefit.
s- On Friday the Owl drug store
will donate all the proceeds from
)m the sales of their soda fountain, The
IltnWiindin0 the ice cream and all bacc
ib just tI, , ?.' icld ii" llt ro th ,-e ,', i
Sciety' - S. ' 1,') ic wil' l be f ill. I.j .L 1
ir- niahei br mo:cnestra and b.ja
1i bind. This is n worthy canu c p.
IvPdl will fbe iberally pat.ht ro llzed.
W ill y ll , :,,ai
200 Screen Doors
ilt han d. ae clo t, i . c w';1 . ut uFri.
duiia: tho day ard e?'nin , will ./
seet ized wire. Wiu.ow scrn male . ...
no. to order. Pnore 1'a
121 tf a. ,'. .IANKE. C
five t Well Goin Down.
,"', Y~ester.l..y the new well of the
SVinton Oil and Sulphur Co,. ,as La ,
ger begun about 300 yards from the
)e home of Hon. Aladin 17incent, in Land
ting. the Fifth ward. '1e compaiy is
II on after developlnent of their prop Tit
19th erty, and its managers are confi- drawr
I the dent they will find oil.-Press. ing re
Liberty Bell at Worlds' Fair.
n.ety The rouisiana purchase exposi
ll*r- tion management havedtermined A
lung, to bring if possible, the old Lib- the f
erty Bell from [Philadelphia to herr
litht St. Louis for exhibition at the ,li;
pu0ri- Wo'"ld's Fa irl;n 1904. If the effort longi
Ihnie is success ful it will be the first toho
ril`g ' \isit to the territory west of the glori
ghtiy Mississippi rsy Tr of this sacred flf i
i ill. memento ,of the early days of pear
plied. American independence. islit
spre- a -t tp
latin Kound trtp summer tourist t
*av. tickets t, the printcipal summer 'Eve
r s. esorts on sale via the Q. & C. my
route from June 1st to Septem- .
g te her 30' 1902. Limiled to Oct. 31, 1 f,.
rform 1902. .et
ip or For information regarding sii
stole. rat.e.s, etc., address nearest Q. &
C. ticket ,ffice, ,r teu
R. W. BONDS. ane
T. P. A., up
l17. Meridian, Miss. ou.
of a Gee. H. Wagner, practical Tih
this piano builder, tuner and repair- mn
eturI. er, will be in 3ennings in about cie
s man- ten days. Any one wishing ainy
w Bell- work done, lea\ve orders with 1.
ry dur- E. Huiburt. 164 lw
second Summer cerllplaint is unusu- n
distig- ally prevalent among children
i dau- this seao',n. A well dev.loped ti.
case in the writer's family was tah
ue cured last we-ek by the timely L
use of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-e
Moris cera and Diarrhoea Remedy- one
reve's of the best patent medicines
manufactured and which is al
Sways kept on hand at the home
td of ye scribe This is not intend
atinsl- ed as a free puff for the com- at
to hush pany, who do not advertise with sa
ation is us, but to benefit little sufferers CO
Swho may not be within easy ac- be
cess of a physician. No family it
Sshould be without a bottle of this u
medicine in the house, especially a
or some in summer-time.-Lansing, Iowa, w
heart to Journal. For sale by all drug- ef
CALL ON US FOR
ritBER ENGINES AND SEPARAT ORS %
. When thebusybharvestis over
With threshing about to begin
And you make up your mind
a thresher to buy
Just come to our place and
We will want to sell you the
Because it was proven to be
The best m chine above
"- AtChicago in the year ninety
nt Our Seperator is Made of Air Seasoned Whiteash
Calcasieu Implement Gompany, Ltd .
TO TOBACCO I1E. D.
The Man Who Uses To
bacco is the Man I Want I
tl c(,,'11 i0n ,r'! :"n hoew' well we I n
1 "1'11' ill t1:'. it . :,i",lu I(l. nill."
W'V,."11 w ' T "Il.r,' \V,,lI'i I ."' " : ;il> D
I rdt fe.lin"el g . "
u I l, E. HUL 3.URT. .
C.. i .. OO TEN
Lawyer n tary Public .:
in Land andi Oii Matters and Corporation
p Titles examinet and ( harte"rs ",
hl- drawn. Special facilities a Lake ui
arls and at Crowlev" for urnish -
ing reliable abstructs cOf tlhi oil teld.
Si- A Very Bad "Break."
ed A little girl who was the a 1'
ib- the family ,,nce atteinded astra' -''a
to berry festival in the vicinity ',,
her home and began hoastii.i ' ,f
Uhe te manifow.1 adual tags of h-rr
Ort lohgin : tc her famuiiy, man:inlUagI
rst to hold her own against the vain
the glories and ingenllious disucolull c's
"e of her- conmp anion. They Ihad
oed e fronm ctllothes to pl'rsoalLl :p1J
oif qearences then to iliterior furn- a
ilhings anld finally brought up -
rst The minister'slitlegirl boasted
ner 'Every pacl-knt.re that cre.r.'s .s,
C. my papa i- 1 1rk.,i D '.
eP-" 'An'1 ever} aiut'",}age t'.ttc( llOm:e
' I fty Py papa i. ui: nO'd M. P.'_
retor,.te d thedatu hl e:' (,f a p..
ng sician of the nei,:bi)lt hood.
. & Then cama a tie sn,rl, o(f con
tempt from the heroine ,'f the
anecdote: "Huh," she exclaim,:ed,
"Every package that comes to
s. our house is marked C. O. D.
tical There, now."
And so it is my friends with
air- chants who claim to sell
cheaper than ,tllhers, who do not
anly p.".- -sh for Iheir goods anild _et
tice beoutit of cash discounts.
1W We buy for c(ash; our pr'otits .
arehias small as ,ood business
us - judgment nwill alloi, and you will,
t1!e ti;c, ul: invetit :-tin, if Von
wasL a notl all eoltdy aware of it. tih,,i
was thi reputation of Hollins Bros &
Chol Lceo, the old estabiished jewel
one l er.l, for reiability tnd integrity,
- ine is equal to any.
is al - " - "
Lome TIIt2FeTI LINIuENe T FOBl STRA3 n?.
tend- Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant
com- at Deer Park, Long Island, N.Y.,
with says: "I always recormnc.id
rers Cbamberlhain's Pain Balm as the
y ac- best liniment for strains. I used,
smily it last winter for a severe lame
f this uess in the side, resulting from
Icially a strain, and was greatly pleased
Iowa, with the quick relic "'' cure it
drug- effected. For s.itL-. .' " "'."
.* . ,'
Prickly Heat Powder.
An Infnllible C'ore for Prickly Heat, Net'le-rash, Chafed Skin, Etc.
- I"ll SAL \I.' .
'-. Tm - T -RRY'S D?:.UG .~"TOR .
JOE S. ITCHi
I WPATCHES OF ALL KIND3 ANA PFRICES.
CALL AND S"EE M:E.
,.,.-D. C, BROWN
iL :,. .: .:A, GCONTRPA CTOR
,.,-"' -,:, ; ,and SUllIDEBR
SDealer in SBrick, IUime, Sand, (emient,
}1"'- .T p aiut.c'e Pla.ter, 'iaster P1-ais,
F'ire lBrick and Clay. iIricik Building
Si. a, Specialty. Cor.sondentce
Otlive at j:.tsijde,e '' ocneri Fourth and
Cutting Ave.. unzr Christ an
'on Lurch. Loi.k I1:,x 164.
' ... ._ JJENI NCI.S - - LUUISIANA.
ke . - - - -
- The Duncan Studio-p-
F h,;ographs Taken ,ain or ~.e
Copy in? and Enlarging a Specikty.
Pt icture FIranes and Fraties Maide to COrder. We fii-l work
..r 9 the Amnattuer and keep a stock of supplies iri ' Ltr'.,Se who
tu wish to do t!heir own: ,work. - - - -
inr- irst eclass work and pirices reasonable.
0 Dunlcan & BlkintOii,
tP- Gallery over Williams Bros. Store Main street. d134
todThe Pleasure Is All Yours!
I ELIING Buggies. ('arriags. and
H::rrness is our business. We
0 know it will be good or other
Sw;(,, ;,ic,;,e dii i a, ourt Vehicles are
good .:l erw is'. Therefore we
hand: . tloe Ihuil by reputable
man:u;:fat' . rs. \Vt have a wide
on- enoui; . . ariety to suit. every tuste-a.
th. ranl::" of prices to lit every purse.
\i ýl"Ci ytou pay will be as little abovet
the coSt of manuftaucO't re as we can
toliharge :'nd live. It is our business
/ to . e that you get the lest. If you
S-. ldo the pIhsure is all yours. Look
violi at our dtock of
senl VEhIICLES AND HARNESS.
U"t BLACK BROS. & CO., Jennings. La.
Lakez Charles, La.
PI EASANT ROOMS AND
EX CELLENT TABLE SERVICE.
Rates $1.00 and $1.50 Per Day.
,: MRS. A. M. PIPER,
a . M. SHANNON.T
it, ýý 3p.
L-0 i k'4 of
Is Now Open.
E. Races will be reported from the
tracks daily. Location opp. McFar
. lain House. Come and he 'r the races
R annonced as they are run at thetracks.
F. A. TOCE. Prot.
E. S. HEMPSTEAD,
JUSTICE of the PEAC&..
*r n .m em Prompt attentio