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;1.' O . • -Ide.t. J. W" M XWELL, V .:.Pres...a Ei,.z JONES, Treasurer. Jr GOOD, - -..
. Th e A e Supply Comp!
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS I
Oil Gas and Water Well Supplies I
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Stoesin llpricial iltons of the countryL
the nly xcluive il ell uppl houe inJen ings.
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E. I. RALL, Prest. P,.. ANDRUS, V.-Prest. N
THE CITIZENS BANK, .
Jennings, - - Louisiana.
:.i£NTEREST PPAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. t
DIRECTOUS--J H. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, E. I. Hall, D. Hebert, 1o.
A. D, McFa,.lain, A. M. Arthur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, B. C. S.
Coilectious receive prompt attention. A general banking busi- i0.:
Are all of the rigs that w
furnished by our sta- l
ble. Drivers furnish
ed when wantecd.
G. H. COOK & CO.,
Pioneers in the Livery Business
PL.EASUFE BOAIT, LITTLE MAY
S- J. F. Dudley,ProD, Lake Arthur, La
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eas,:le.. Eladquar ters, Lake Arthur l;
POWi LL B OS., Contracting Engineers
Ill kinds of S-ean 'lants erected. We hnde ha a full line of Boilers
En'is ms and I' l , . .\ilso Iee)ves 'Threshingt outfit.
, -tE 1 I:n i -u ." l, c J.-n-Nand outtits on hand nOw.
Oc, 7( hor. yower o'ttfit, Tubular boiler.
(t)r e :' Ito-.e panVer outfit, sell Containl boiler.
n , er outfit, ire-Box boiler.
Five 1( to 1: hiIse power, mountedt outfit. s r
( u I h -: l,, 'i.r r; :t ;(u v,;:ne witih Case tp':, .
T kt '(Is ofl 'tps. Let;s ius klnow vou1r neslt.
SL..CAS ielU IMPLEMENT 'COMPANY
(obrnc Ma r ket stieet aud I Btoaidw avo . 411 dp:w
Best Line ip Town
Of Oandles, Fis and Oonfectionertes
All the leading brands of Tobaco and
Olgar. Stationery and Blanr' V.oks
Elegant lot of Box Paper.
- ITOS. A. RATHE..
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it Word Sunday school convention Sp(
to be held at the Baptist church in
Jenn n.s, Wednesday, August 20th, th,
FIRST SESSION. da;
10.00 a. m. Devotional ...........
.........Valter Morse is 1
10.1, a. m. Words of welcome by of
Song . ...... ........... W .
10.30 a. m What are the aims and
purposes of the Sunday
school convention?. ..
..........Mrs. L. F. Ititter rav
:ong .................. . ........ W e
ll.c0( a. m. Hindrances in my school. re
How to overcome....... ......... C
)pen discussion led by..C. F. Taylor t`
Song ..... .....................
11.30 a. m. Appointment of com- CA
.A djourn ............... .... ...
SECOND SESSION. sa
2.00 pi. m. Praise Service ........
2.15 p. in. Ioll Call...........
'tqeports of School...............
2.45 p. tm. Song ................ . t
Normal class and lesson.
3.15 p. in. How has the Sunday S
school helped? Testimony
Service led by .........
........... M rs. .Braden
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3.43 p. in. Benefits derived from the Si
study of the O(hl Testa- p
ient in Sundn y school
"o ng ........ ....................
4.13 p. in. m. euorts of committees. r
I1eiport of Treasurei..... ..... ii
. Quer y tox ..... ................. f
.\djturn .......................... C
7.30 p. n. m. Prayer and praise ser
vice....... ev. \Villiams a
o.00 p. m. bong by Congre.ga- V
tional Sunday schiol. .
FTh future of Bil)!e stily l . .
.... ev. iF. L. C;ox c
Song by 1I. E. S... ....... 0
|.:iO p. in. 'l'emIpernce as taught in
the Bible.. Rev. G.nzales
So:ng ........ ....................
A djourn ........... .............. 1
- S. P. Excursion.
We sell round trip tickets to
a:ny ret-ort in Alai) ma, Fiorida,
Ge >irtia, Illinois, Kentucky, Mi:
sis-ippi North Carolina., Ohio,
- I outh Carolina, Teltnessce, Vi r
I ginia and West Virginia, at the
id ate of one fair plus $2.00; and
- we sell daily to resorts in Colo
reado, MiiR ari, Michigan, Mlin
nesota, g new Mexico (Cloud
`croft) at th~saame rate. All tick
ets limited to October .31st to re
Promotion for General Davis.
Special to the R:ecord.
Washington, July 21.-The va
cancy in the l;st of Major gener
als caused by the retirement to
day of Major General Brooke
is to be filled by the promotion
of Brigadier General George "
Whittield Davis. Generl Davis
w.ts born in Connecticut in 1831,
enlisted November 27, 1861, was i
mus;tered out in 186 with the
ra nk of major, and the next year
was appointed aL captain in the
regular army. Nearly a quarter
cw utury passed before he at
tained high rank, for he be-I
came ageneral of volunteers only
on the outbreak of the war with
Spain, and was raise.L to the,
same rank in the regular service
" Wale:' catise ls, o0i tiLaks
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Barbers Want New Laws.
Special to the Record.
Springfield, Ill., July 21.
Representative barbers from va
rious parts of Illinois are in ses-I
r sion at the St. N cholas, today to
- p rfee.a pe anent state or
ganization. The princip pur
pose of the movement is to for
mulate the wants of the barbers
into a code which will be put he- -
f ,re the next general assembly.
O: e of the changes in the laws
which will he requested is the'
abolish meutf the parber schools
wh.ch aros considered frauds and
n:tttremetltal to the craft, and
coiuptcildug the licensing of barb
by I ACTS IMMEDI)IATELY.
Colds are sometimes more
tro 'ubilesonie in summer than in
winter, it's so hard to keep from
adding to themu while coohng off
10 irter exercise. .One Minute
(o, C,ugh C.are cures at once. Ab
i .lutly safe. Acts im nmediately.
0, Sure cure for coughs, clds,
- trtoup, throat and lung troubles.
he IDr. erry's drugstore.
lo- For Sale.
in- bi;ver mounted show cages,
a ' wall case and counters. Apply
-to D. E. Ferguson, box 253,
re- 'OrollCy, La. "169 1w
The First National a .j -kitAºkibk.
E. I. 0VOWSON, President. F. E. BLISS, Vice-Prresiden,
GEO. A. COURTNEY, Cashier. H1. H[. IHUAt. Ast. Cashier.
'. F. MOIRSE, J. P. HABEP:r, P. E'. BLISS
S. J, JOHNSON. E. F. IOWSON.
ThisBank is now oren for business in its
new building on Main street.
ROYAL PALACE CONFECTIOQNERY.
ICE CREAiMv SODA. 5c.
-COMPLETE STOCK OP
Fine Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
J. W. CHAMPION, Prop.
I E. M. BURKe, Manager.
DO YOU WANT MONEY
il ON YOU R
If you do .\ are ar ti . : V . e rve cu.
_ N ,tice what we MoTrv A O ....) .
MONEY AT 8 P.:R ,<ENT.
W ill buy your Iice at, Ilnark-' v.'w' I -,-n dliverd
or will ,ill it. at :scents pI 'r I I .']i , nd wil T a ran
tee returns in 60 days. CAN Y. U D` i '1>'o T
1 ake Charles Rice Milling Compa% ,
C. L. PARDEE. Agent, Jennings, La.
iThe Duncan Studio
lt Photographs Taken Rain or 'hirne
, Copying and Enmarging a 'peciaity.
I Picture Frames and Frames Made to (rder. We finish work
for the Amatuer and keep a stock kt supplies fEr those who
wish to do their own work. - - - - -
First class work and prices c rasonatble.
.Dun carn & EIkintot ~
53, Gallery over Williear. Bros. store &ti
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