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Petticoats, in Merzerised Sateen and
Silk, from $1 to $16 each.
Jackets-We havebeen dolig a good
business in them. Wbhy ? Because they
are the right styles at the right prices.
Our line of Children's Cloaks, Capes,
Sacques, etc., will be in this work.
F. T. S. & CO. I
If you want high-grade and up-to- -ý
date goods, go to THE FASHION. 1
Why send away for goods if we are SERVICE, LUCILE
here so please you, and we guarantee & LA FORCE
that more that we are selling you
goods as cheap .as you can buy them
anywhere. Let us convince you. Gloves-We guarantee every pair 1
Dress Goods, all the latest, pisces of Kid Gloves we sell, from $1 up.
ranging trom 10ce to $3 per yard. Big assorntment of Dressed and Un- I
Tailor-made Suits, Skirts, Waists. dressed. Also a full line of Cash.
These are one of our strongestlines. mere Golf Dr ssing Gloves.
We ar.: showing some pretty things in Lots of other things we could quote
Walking or Dress Suits and Skirts. you, but prefer showing you the goods
.Our line of Silk Waists deserve some in the store. Give us a call and get
inspection. one of our Souvenirs.
If the Stove is a "Garland" it's Good
a a m r I. arom. an sa.w . Some marks signify DEFINITE
3m ~ oE aai. d.M . QUALITY, like the "Hall Mark"
of England. When the trade
mark shown herewith appears on
a Stove or Range it is an absolute
GUARANTEE by the largest mak
ers of Stoves and Ranges in the
world, that it is the BEST ARTICLE
OF THE KIND that can be made
for the price asked, and that
price is no more than is asked
for other high grade stoves.
Every desirable feature of DUR
ABILITY, EcoNomY and CONVEN
o d'8 IENCE known to stove making is
combined in "GARLANDS."
Well-cooked foo4 and comfortably warmed rooms go a long way
toward MAKING HOME HAPPY, therefore, buy the best stove you
A. F. Derouen Hardware Co.
Exclusive Agents for Garland Stoves and Ranges, Dealers in
General Hardware, House I urnishing Goods, etc.
Watch This Soace!
PATTERSON BROS. CO., Jew
Selers and Music Dealers, are re
arranging the building formerly
the rsolembeak Music House. Their
stock of Jewelry, Silverware and Mus
ical Goods is arriving daily and they
will soon have on display a selection
of goods that will suit all tastes. They
are now able to take care of all trade
in their line.
Patterson Bros. Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
North Main Street, JENNINGS. LOUISIAN4A.
THE ORDINARY CAN BE
HE success of this house today has not dulled the am
bition to excel what was born in business the first day
it was established. No where in this town will you
find better goods for the money than we sell at our
regular prices. Here are a few special lines:
Johnston & Murphy $5 and $6 Shoes.
"Bostonian," $3.50 Shoes, for Men.
Val Duttenhofer Shoes for Ladies.
"The American Girl," $2.50 Shoes.
'ýL ceT, Budd's renowned Children's and Ladies' Shoes; also
a full line of Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
ELLIS BRAUD'S SONS,
A9 . a. RICHA.RD, Manager. , OOFi N.JAENKE.E lILDING.
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This morning it was aecided a
by the school Board in conjunc
tion with the Board of Health, to
close the public school for at
least one week. The disease
seems to be confined to the
school children and in closing
it is hoped to check its spread '
any farther. The following no
tice was received at noon today.
"On the account of there being
a number of cases of scarlet fev
er in town, the Board of Health
hat ordered t'iat the school be
closed one week, commencing
Nov. 8 1903.
Parents are requested to aid
in the matter by keeping their
children at home.
w. E. COFFIN,
Sec. SchoOl Board.
Parent should d ) all they can
to assist the Board in ridding
our city of this fatal disease.
Keep the children at home and if
necessary fumigate the rooms
by burning sulphur in them.
This is a verygood way in which
to keep the disease away from
5 your homes.
y A Thanksgiving Dinner.
Heavy eating is usually the
first cause of indigestion. Re
peated attacks inflame the mu
cous membranes lining the
stamach, exposes the nerves of
the stomach, producing a swell
ing after eating, heartburn, head
ache, sour risings ann finally
catarrh of the stomach. Kodol
relieves the inflammation, pro
tects the nerves and cures the
catarrh. Kodol cures indiges
tion, dyspepsia, all stomach
troubles by cleansing and sweet
ening the glands of the stomache.
Gauthier Bros., Owl Drug Store.
Meeting of the Daughters of
the Confederacy at New Orleans,
La., Nov. 12 to 15, 1902. For
the above occasion we will sell
round trip tickets to New Orleans
at rates of one fare for round
trip. Dates of sale, Nov. 10.11.
Leave New Orleans not later
than Nov. 18th, 1902.
"Garlan d" Stoves and Ranges
. are the strongest heaters and
quickest bakers. Sold by A. F.
Derouen Hdw. Co.
Ask your grocer for "Dun
woody's Best" flour. It has no
To be healthy and strong use
"Garland" Stoves and Ranges.
Sold by A. F. Derouen Hdw. Co.
I baun tob SW Touy l at tle
The Republican Rally tonignt
will be held in the Coffin-Jaenke
Implement Co's. store room.
Judge Gilbert I. Dupre will be
the chief speaker. The judge is
the Republican candidate for
There will be good music by
the Jennings cornet band and
every citizen is' invited to turn
There will be reserved seats
or the ladies and they are spec
ally urged to be present. th,
Evans Relieves Rodgers.
Special to the Record. qu
Yokobama, Nov. 1:-Pursuant g
to orders from the Navy Depart- an
ment at Washington Rear Ad. cu
miral Robley D. Evans today fe
1 American Asiatic squadron. Ad.
miral Evans relieves Admiral 0
Frederick Rodgers, who returns a
home on the cruiser New York.
LATEST DY TELEGRAPE. k
RESharon, -ADMIRAL., Nov. -Awage
f advance of 10 cents a day went
into effect today at thehe mines of the
Amthe Pwers Coal Company, a few
miles west of here Abodmiralt 100
men are affected. The advance
B was made voluntarily, .
New York, Nov., 1--Not since
advanthecelebrationts a dariniy wenthurch's
bicentenniriin 1897 has there r
been so much interest inthe mines of
ous and wealthy parish as is felt
in the celebration of the anniver-bout 100
men ares ofthe ordination andrec-e
torate of the Rev. Dr. Morgan
Chicago, ork, Nov. 1-There isince r
bicentennirl in 1897that thas Rockthere r
Island rail road will haves line
from Chicag to St. Louis before a
in the epening of thethe ouisanniv Pur
d chase Exposition. Itis proposed i
". that the road shall run straight t
from Morris to East St- Louis. i
No important cities are to be E
" touched, exept Bloomington,
0 Litchfleld, Springfield and Alton
. U. B. Mlssios Coafereace. i
. The Louisiana mission confer
ence of the church of the United i
Brethren in Christ will meet in
the U. B. church of Jennings,
.La., November 27th to 80th. 1
Rev. E. B. Kephart, D. D. L. L.
D., will preside and give daily
Bible. readings. The evenings
will be spent in evangelistic ser
vices. This is the youngest con-1
Sference in the U. B. church and
has had a healthy growth since
the organization one year ago.
Every body will be invited to at
tend any or all of the services.
The BDes Preoral4pom for Msrie
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
Cure. No Pay. Price 500.
To makeyour wife love you
buy "Garland" Stoves and Ran
ges. Sold by A. F. Derouen
Ask your grocer for "Dun
woody's Best" flour. It has no
Princeton Automobile over
coats, thelatest style, tomeasure,
at Kahn, the Tailor. 258 St
Military Suits for $14.50 and
upat.Kahnt he llor. 258a8t
VII Tryt rily Iecc y
At the last regular meeting of V
the board of directors of the Jen
nmigs Commercial League, the
questionof eliminating the weeds W
garbage, etc., from the street
and alleys of the town, was dis.
cussed at length. The health
feature being of paramount im
portance to any town or locality
the League passed resolution to
the effect that the city attorney
should be interviewed regarding
the powers and duties of Board
of Health. Upon being approach
ed upon this point, the city at
torney simply quoted the law,
which is as follows: act No. 192
of 1893. "An act to carry into
effect Article 296 of the state of
Louisiana, in relation to boards
of health: to protect and pre
serve the public health, ect."
Sections five and seven of said
Act, read as follows:
"Be it further enacted etc.,
That said parish and municipal
Boards of Health shall have pow
er and authority to pass health
and sanitary ordinances for de- at
fining and abating nuisances a'
dangerous to the public health; i
to regulate drainage and ventila
tion with referenc3 to human
habition and places of business
and public resort; to regulate the
carrying on of trade and bust
ness injurious to public health; 7
for the disposition of fecal mat
ter and garbage; to regulate the r
erection of buildings with due 1
regard to the filling of lots and
the grading thereof, and the ar
3 rangements of said buildings;
for the vacation of demolishing
t of buildings of buildings when
necessary for the protection of 1
public health; for tfie registration
a of btrths, deaths and marriages a
and the keeping of vatal statistics 8
a to be registered and reported to
k the State Board of Health under
e it instructions and regulations,
e and generally all health and sani
- tary ordinances necessary aLd 8
I incident to the proper local sani
.t tation of the parish, city or town 7
. in which they exercise their pow
A Phsatoms Party
was given last night py Misses
Lillian and Marjorie Hoffman at
their home. The house was dec.
.orated with Jack-o lanterns to
d give it a weirdly appearance,
n About 8:80 p. m. the ghosts be
, gan to assemble at the call of
their leader who was dsessed to
.represent the Old Gentleman.
y They were ushered into the par
s lor where seats were arrainged
- in shape of a large fan. After
i. they were seated they were told
d they must each tell a ghost story.
e Miss Elgie Lowry carried off the
, honors for telling the best story.
-. Other games were indulged in
and all report a good time.
I will sell at the town pIound
to on Saturday, Nov. 8, 1902, the
following animals taken up while
running at large:
u One bay colt about one year.
. old, one brown pony about five
en years old with roached mane and
tail; one red roan mare branded
on left shoulder and left hip,
Sabout 9 years old; one brown
o mare about 5 years old branded
on left hip. W. B. Clark,
256 10t Pound Master.
re, FoPer Sale.
t Pour choice lots two and a
halt blooks east of Cutting ave.
nd at $164l. each. Garlick--Funk,
lst RoomlBeott buldinig.
W. W. DUSON, President. A. k
P. L. LAWfENCE, Tress,. A
Star Rice ?y
White Swan Rice Mil
These mills are under one management this season, the same as
account of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the conldene and
of some of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, ad
Vermilion Parishes. .,'_ _
We Use Our Hulls for F
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED.
We have Rough Rice Bags for malei also Bran, Polish and
Feed. Liberal Advances made on all rices stored
with us to be milled.
IŽEMO NIVA S -/",
PIT THE , r,".
A Great Slaughter in Prices begi-. .,;
ning SATURDAY, Nov. 1st.
We will ofier our entire stock at a big reduction in prices as we
are going to move into the Uulbert Building about Decembelst'..:
and wish to reduce our stock as much as possible before moving.
We will offer you the greatest bargains that have ever been know:-.'.,:
in Jennings. This is an opportunity you cannot afford to let pass.
Lonsdale, yard wide, Bleached- j6e have a beautiful line of ,
, Muslin, regular 10c grade, to Braids, Applique Galoons, Laeis'.
move, 8c. and Velvets for trimmings,whiEh
Fine yard-wide Bleached Cam- will be sold at reduced prices.
bri, regular 10c quality, to move Ladies' Knit Ribbed Vestisreg
i7c. ular 25c grade. to move, 180.
70. Better quality, 000 grade, 480.
10.4 heavy Brown Sheeting, Ladies' Union Suits,worth 85e,
a regular price 19c, price to move, price to move, 19c.
B 14c. Lacies' Union Suits, worth 600,
1 10-4 heavy Bleached Sheeting, price to move, 88c.
worth regular 22c, pricelto move Children's Union Snits, regu
17c. lar 30c grade, price to move. 19c.
All Fancy Outing Flannel, 10c Children's and Misses' Union
quality, price to move, Sc. Suits, heavy, 60c grade, only 48.
n All solid colors Outing Flannel, Men's heavy fleeced-lined Un
f 10u quality, price to move, Sc. dershirts, regular 40c, now 25c;
a Fancy Flannelettes, 10c, 16c drawers to match.
s and 20c grade, price to move, Men,s heavy fleeced-lined Un
1 Sc, 12fc and 12c. dershirts, 50c grade, now 85c;
All Linen Table bleached Dam- drawers to match.
Men's All-wool Undershirts,
ask, regular 60c grade, price to regular $1.25 grade, to move, 980.
move, 41c. Men's fine all-wool Undershirts
All-woAl Granite Cloth, the worth $1.75, price to move, $1.82.
popular dress fabric, regular 75c Men's union made Overalls and
grade, price to move, 53c. Jumpers, 75c grade, now 45c.
i- All-wool Fancy Waist Flannel, World Beauty Suspenders,
n 75c grade, to more, 43c. regular price 50c, to move 85c.
s We have a big line of Shoes for children, misses, ladies and
t men, that will go at a bargain. Come and examine them, they
must be seen to be appreciated. Remember, anything you bay of
us that is not satisfactory you may return it and get your money.
H. B. WALLING, Proprietor.
Shear Building, Main Street.
LdWHEN GOING TO TEXAS.
SEE OGARLICK & PUNK,
in REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
ip, .53 -,
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