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bed a Nice
tr load of
3, Livery Stable.
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.ad Second-Hand. One
it:oot, 2 horse-power on
uArt.r for sale. Foi
. -. Laurents, La.
slg to suit your taste.
ainds of furniture repairer
,4~eonstructed. Call and ex
samples of GRILL and
work. Shop north o
iK D. RITT ER.
L F. CAtPBELL & CO.,
dfidibitig, Steam Fitting, Heal
ing and all Classes of Pipe
MOice, Main street, Jennings, La.
C. S. BLOM
Will clean and repair your Sewin;
M$achine, ready for spring sewing.
(ir if you need a new one can fi
• . i.~o tit Prices from $16 to $50.
". sh a few second-hand Sewing
" uclnei , put in good working
. *O.. f-omfO0 to $10.50, for sah
kate a Weyman & Co. Piano,
',*.tly new, for sale.
AetiC American Steam
A"iidndry & Dye Works.
A ADDIF APPO1NTMEINT.
Inei. otive liver medicine is a
a.:: poitmentmft, but you don't
.teo purge, strain and break
ti. eguladsof the stomach and
itWs DeWitt's LAttle Ea ly
never d'sappoint. They
"he system of all poison
matter and do it so
toone enjoys the pleas.
iThey are a tonic to
I,:Dre bliousness, tor
ol prevent fever.
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ltteresting Items conceranin Jennlnss
atnd the Neighborlnlg Country
J. P. Magee, the music man, is
in our city today.
Mrs. J. E. Dudley was upfrom
Lake Arthur today.
E. C. French went to Lake
Charles last night.
E. J. Coffin arrived bome last
night from Chicago.
C. C. Nordyke and wife leave
tonight for Chicago, Ill.
C. G. Morton arrived from the
north last evening.
J. H. Lutgring came in last
evening from Abbeville.
H. H. Hoag and wife went to
Like Charles last evening.
Alba Heywood came in from
the east this morning.
V. M. Twitchell arrived home
this evening from Illinois.
D. C..Brown has placed a long
distance phone in his office.
F. R. Jaenke and wife arrived
home this evening from the north.
E. C. French and wife came in
on the noon train today from thf
Miss Anna Dudly arrived to
day from Welsh, where she has1
Contractors Mitchell & Weis
started the foundation today foi
the city hall.
C. J. Nohe arrived home last
night from a visit at his old home
Mrs. C. D. McFarlain is report
ed as being very sick at her home
on Placquemine street.
Mrs. James L. Williams will
entertain the teachers of the pub
lic school this evening.
B. H. Thomas, union contrac
tor, has his shop on Main street,
opposite the Racket store.
'Misses Teresa and Agusta
Alost of New Orleans are the
guests of Mrs. H. F. Jaenke.
C. E. Wooten and family arriv
ed home last night after several
weeks visit in the northern part
of the state.
The M. B. club will meet with
Miss Agusta McCorkle on Davies
avenue at 3 o'clockFriaayafter
noon, Sept. 19th.
John Randolph returned home
today from Missilla Park, New
Mexico, where he has been at
G. H. Cook & Co. have added
two more new bTiggies to their
livery stable, which cost $15C
each. Mr. Cook has also added
I eleven head of horses to his barn
in the last six weeks, and one
new rubber tire buggy. Mr.
Cook now has one of the best
barns in the state, and is better
prepared to serve the publicthan
'ir, an4d 1Mrs. OClem Funk ar*
.A ' rni'ng from -Rock.
IL -~ )4a .~tmk btaatl
to business in which he is inter
ested. They were accompanied
by Miss Stella Platter of Colum
bus Junction, Iowa, a neice of
Mrs. G. N. Aylesworth. Miss
Platter is a highly accomplished
musician, and is a specialist on
Mr. A. de Hubbard has-accept
ed his old position at Perkins &
Miller's store, and will movefrom
.Tennings, where he has spent the
last six months, and make West
lake his home again. Mr. de
Hubbard; is abright young busi
ness man, well liked by every
one, and his friends, as well as
the patrons of the store are glad
that he has re urned.-L. C
Scott fleywood returned from
Bayou Bouillion last evening and
reports that they have struck ie
very fine vein of oil sand. The
gas pressure was so strong that
it blew out all the water and mud
from the hole, but the drillers
got it under control by forcing
the mud into the pipe. After
this was done the four inch pipe
was removed and found to con
tain several barrels of oil. They
are going to case it off and expect
to bring in a gusher next week.
No Change in Strike Situation
By Union Associated Press.
Wilkesbarre, Pa, Sept.18. -
President Mitchell when asked
this morning regarding rumors
of a settlement at Scranton, Ha
zleton and Shamokin, said:
"I knuw nothing of any plan
for the settlement of the strike.
The situation remains exactly
Oil Land Leases,
Right of Way Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgages,
Other blanks in stock at the'
TAKE CARE OF THE STOMACH.
The man or woman whose di
gestion is perfect and who e
stomach performs its every func
tion is never sick. Kodol cleans
es, purifies and sweetens the
stomach and cures positively and
1 permanently all stomachtroubles.
r indigestion and dyspesia. It is
the wonderful reconstructiveton
ic that is making so many sick
people well and weak people
B stsrong by conveying to their
bodies all of the nourishement in
t the food they eat. Rev. J. H.
Holladay, of- Holladao. Miss:,
writes: Kodol has cured me. I
'consider itthe best remedy Iever
- used for dyspessia and stomach
,troubles. I was given up b0
pbysicians. Kodol saved my li'_
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Love aLn War.
He drank the love-light in the maid
et's eye, and murmered softly,
Kethinks that God in honest purpose,
has ordained thatLove should speak
first through the eye,
While nearer, dearer and clearer the
attachment grows, till theheart, lain
bare gives up its treasure, and holy
wedlock, the result.
But it is not all of life to love or
There is a spiritual warfare on, and
the heart the battlefield. The God
of He even has ordered the conflict.
Are you in it? Is the mind and heart
awake, and your weaponsbright and
Have you on the breast plate of reight
eousness--the shield of faith and
helmet of hope?
Let not human love merge into spirit
ual idoletry, for that is sin. How
dare we love the creature more than
But the pure heart can love at first
sight, can love in the honey-moon,
can love in night or morning, can
love brothers, friends, home and
country, and yet can fight and wage
determined warfare against sin and
And thus may we be worthy the name
of a soldier in the ranks of the King
of Kings and Lord of Lords.
B. H. THOMAS.
At the Bazaar
the swellest line
of Neckwear in
the City and
Walker sells it
IEWARE OF THE KNIFE.
No profession has advanced
more rapidly of late than surgery,
but it should not be used except
where absolutely necessary. In
cases of piles for example, it is
seldom needed" DeWitt's Witch
Hiazel Salve cures quickly and
permanently. Unequalled for
cuts, burns, bruises, wounds,
skin diseases. Accept no coun
terfeits. "I was so troubled with
bleeding piles that 1 lost much
blood and strenght," says J, C.
Phillips, Paris, Ill. "DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a
3 short time." Soothes and heals.
The Owl Drug Store.
L1NGERING SUMMER COLDS.
Don't let a cold run at this sea.
son. Summer colds are the hard
est kind to cure and if neglected
may linger along for months. A
long siege like this will pull down
2 the strongest constitution. One
r Minute Cough Cure will break up
the attack at once. Safe, sure,
acts at once.- Cures coughs,
colds, croup, broncitis, all throat
and lung troubles. The children
ike it. The Owl Drug Store.
Ir" w"-rater ciste ans,' oil tanks,
ural wr a** -r reservoirs, e J.
Before You BuyI
Come and see us, and if we I
do not sell you what yout
want nobody else will.
We are offering at a close margin:
Belting (Rubber and Gundy), McCormick Standard Binder Twine,
Buggy Harness (Single and Double, Milburn Wagons (One and Two-Horse,
Buckeye Machinery, Moline Plows,
Breast Collars, Machine and Harness Oil,
Boot Rubbers, Mascot Cuitiators, I
Whips (8 to 10 feet long), Surreys,
Work Harness, Saddles,
Wagon Umbrellas, Stirrup Leathers,
Wool-Faced Collars, Spread Ringd
Warm Surrey Shades, Sun Shades.
SCalcasie u Implemenlt Company, Ltd.
COR. MAKET ST. AND BROADWAY, JENNINGS, LA,
JlAUDAN HAT BY ISI
, U SHOES
And all kinds of
MRS V.I, J. #ILER,.:
D. C. BR<OWN
Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement,
Agatete Plaster, P'iaster Paris,
Fire Brick and Clay. Brick BuildiugC
a Specialty. Coltrespondence
Office at Residence Crner Fourth stud
Cutting Ave., near Christian
Lock Box 164. Long Dist. 'Phone 190,
JENNINGS, . - LOUISIANA.
100 Bolts Just Received.
Over 50 Patterns to Select From.
Prices from 12 1-20 to 60o.
Exclusive Farniture Dealers.
WiP. S. We lay all Matting over twenty cents a yard.
All work carefully done "by
hand, which prevents your clothes
from being damaged. Our prices
are reasonable, and our workO~
lions Lee P:A
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