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A Large Variety Cuban
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National Rice Milling
REIMS & MEYER Props. ing.
National Rice Millin hous
Company " butt]
BUYERS OF ROUGH RICE. for
Owners of three mills, two in New Orleans and one in
Crowley. Will toll mill rices at twenty-five cents per At
barrel of rough. The only charge on account sales, on
rice consigned to them, will be charges for toll milling of I
(twenty-five cents per barrel) and for the Pockets, Leap
Bags, Freight (if any) and Insurance See busi
A. M. ARTH UR.
WHEN GOING TO TEXAS. t
SEE G ARLICK & FUNK, P1
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Je
A Drive Throughl
the Open Country
S.. 'ý in one of our handsome Bug- si
gies. Carriages or Runabouts,
z :! " is thoroughly enjoyable, be- N
. cause they are comfortable, T
safe and handsome. Our stock
of fine Vehicles is a. treat to o
look at-they are so handsome
in design and finish, and for n
workmanship they are unex- s
celled. We can sell you a fine
Buggy, Surry, Phaeton, or
" Runabout at prices you can't c
beat anywhere, quality con
sidered. Wehave a fine stock C
of Harness to select from.
B -K BR1OS. & CO.,
Watch This Soace!
ATTEtRSON BROS. CO., Jew
P elers and Music Dealers, are re
the Hollembeak 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 alltastes. They
are now able to take care of all trade
in their line.
Patterson Bros. Co.
ZI~* SaveYourDigestion, Use "GARLAND" Stoves and
tWA TALIS CUIm
iACK AT US PL
The President's sekme All FP
of Reciprocity Not A
By Union Associated Presc. SraI
Washington, Dec. 3.--Grave commi
trouble is ahead for the Presi- superic
dent's Cuban reciprocity treaty. mornn
Cuban's have studied the treaty there
and have come to the conclusion attorni
that they are asked to "give Mite
something for nothing." and is
The result is that a bill has wages
been introduced in the Cuban Jud
House of Representatives which comml
may effectually put a stop to any ing th
treaty along the line on which troubl
Hay and Queseda has been work will ne
ing. eve ry1
The President believed all the F hole
time that if he could overcome
the opposition in the senate and XWa
' house, all would be clear sailing, I Repri
but the new move on the part of zale
the Cubans produces unlooked day a
for complications. press
Pushing to the Front. ecr
At the meeting of the Board ie e
of Directors of the Commercial ie th
League last night, the following nwor
business was transacted: to-m
At the request of Police Juror prom
C, F. Taylor, the general meeting ing
of the farmers to consider the the
question of the good roads will the
be held Dec. 22. ier
The legal committee that has beti
the telephone franchise in hand ever
asked for further time to make ting
their report. Granted.
The statistical committee gave By
their report, which will be com- v
C pleted and printed at once. SpE
9 The question of securing em- her
ployment for musicians for the ing
Jenningsband was given consid- fro
eration. Word was received Hi
from one gentlemen in Iowa who an
is a mill man and wood worker,
and from another at Crowley Lo
who is a florist and gardener.
The league would like to place C
these men in a position so as to Tl
help the band. St
A Great Meeting. be
Elder Haddock delivered a ti
very interesting sermon at the of
Christian church last night. The CC
ug- subject being, "Why Did Christ
its, b Not Come to the Woild Two
ble, Thousand Years Earlier." One V
o of the special features of the i
o meeLing was the good music and ,
ex- singing. There will also be some
ine special singing tonight. A largeo
an't crowd was out last night, the
n church being tilled to its utmost
capacity. One person was con
All are invited to come out and
. enjoy these meetings. Services
every night at 7:30. Subject for
Sto-night "A Dialogue Between
SChrist and the Devil."
The Gun Roule.
By Union Associated Press.
London, Dec. 3.-G. W. Ben
nett, a jobber on the African
market suicided by shooting at
his residence this morning.
C;lear Road for Cannon.
Washington Dec. 3.-Repre
sentative Cannon is now assured
of being unanimously elected to
the speakership by the with
0. drawel of Payne and Dalsell.
PLANS STATED W.
All Parties Are to lave
A Chac of Telliag
What They Know.
Scranton, Dec. S.-The strike of some
e commission a session in the state Vermilia
i. superior court room at ten this
morning. An unusual Mlarge
crowd attended. and in addition
there were several prominent We ha
n attorneys present.
ye Mitchell has many workers
and is ready to tell about their -
as wages. M
an Judge Gray plainly stated the
ch commissioners attitude regard
ly ing the out-side settlement of the 01Cl
ch trouble. He said their duties has
rk will not be abrogated and wants not
everybody represented and the CaUn
he w hole field covered. nes
ne La. Delegation.
"d Washington, D. C., Dec. 3.
Ig Representatives Raitsdell, Brea
of zale and Davey arrived here to
:ed day and the first two namedwere A
present at the beginning ot the to
second day's session. Da
Rrepresentative Ransdell says a
cial he expects but little to be done
in the way of river and harbor prt
work this session. To-day or Tho
iron to-morrow Mr. Broussard will FOu
probably introduce a bill provid- W,
ting i1 for some improvements in for
the the way or locks and dams on .
will the Mermeutau and Vermillion An
rivers. In his capacity as mem
hber of the river and harbors com- A
mittee Mr. Ransdell will do d
land everything possible towards get- or A
nake ting the bill through. ders
Reed is Ill. - , ~
gave By Union Associated Press. Whi
com- Washington. Dec, 3. - Ex- wei
Speaker Thomas Reed who is ill
: em here was resting well this morn- full
r the ing. Mr. Reed is suffering
nsid- from cattarrhal appendicitis. goc
eived His physicians think it willprove ma
a who a mild attack. A
Carnegie Sails gri
ener. London Dec. 3.-Andrew Carne- pa
place gie left today for Liverpool, ac
as to companied by his wife and son.an
They went aboard the White go
Star liner Oceanic, at Liverpool,
bound for New York. The mul- 7
ced a ti-miillionaare still bears traces fri
at the of illness. Physicians also ac
t. The company him to New York.
Christ Chante of Ministership. p1
i Two The retirement of Ambassador ti
One Von Holleben from post at Wash- W
of the ington is considered possible
ic and within the next year. Emperor a
e some William's choice for his success- y
A large or is Prince Henry, of Pless.
tt As Told by the Press.
utmost The following are clipped from
s con- the many testimonials of the
Chicago Glee club who are to ap
ervices pear at Congreggtional church
)ectfr on Friday next under the au
jetween spices of the Jennings Lyceum
"We have employed quartettes
at our commencements for over
ten years, and I am glad to say
Sen- that the Chicago Glee Club is the
African best we have ever had with us."
oing at C. F. Philbrook, Supt. of schools,
"Each one became on appear
a. ance at once a favorite, and every
-Repre- number ou the program was the
assured occasion for a repeated and spon
ected to taneus encore to which they
le with- gracefnlly and graciously re
lzcll. sponded."-- Atlanta Journal.
Louisiana Rce midir
W. W. DUSON, President. ýA. R. MocURTR , VI' I
P. L. LAWRENCE, Tress. A. B. ALLISON, Seeri . :*
-IN CONNUOTION WITH
Star Rice Miing L
White Swan Rice Mill
These mills are under one management this season, the same as last.
account of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the cenfidence and p"ý ato
.e of some of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, Caieaslbu
e Vermilion Parishes. _ _ _
SWe Use Our Hulls for
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED.
SWe have Rough Rice Bags for saleo also Bran, Polish and 'hiolkl 1
Feed. Liberal advances madeon all rices stored
r with us to be milled.
Mall Orders Will Receive Prompt Attentiem.
*e Many of the people of Jennings and its .Vi
he inity, in giving thanks for all the good ..:
es has come to them during the past year, didb
its not fail to remember that one of the .:at one of the greate
,he causes for thankfulness was the new businy :
ness methods introduced into their town by
ere A short crop year would have caused many g
the to do without the customary Thanksgivi i
Day Dinner, if it was not for the fact that.
Il many times its cost was saved them by thee.
br prudence in buying irom us.
or The weather is cold and those with- Gentlemans' Flannel Shirts iBlue. , J'
will sufficient LANKETS and COM- Red and Green, very good go
will FORTS, should call on us. at ...... I."
foid We have a nice single bed Comfort Better grades up to
in for 50c .... 2'.....:;:,ý,
son Extra Heavy VMens' Fleeoe
Ilion A nice Double Bed Comfort for 75c Top Shirts, in Black, Tan and I
]e.............. * -. styles only
.om- A nice Blanket for 83 .ie erse ribed blue
An elegant Wool feet Grey, or "Good medium weight Mee
White Blanket, stripped borders, good Kersey Shirts, nicely maen.
Ex- weight and sizefor 2 25 liersey Shirts, nicely mtde,
pocket on outside
s ill A good heavy weight Grey Blanket, "Extra havy Kersey Shirtsfor
orn- full size, stripped borders, pair, 148 ............
... ...... Remember we can fit up your
A large 8 ft. square Comfort, very in everything they need.
icitis good quality, strongly and neatly Undershirts for boys, (made like
prove made, pretty patterns, ) I50 mens.) Grey and Brownribbedfee
0 .. .P. . ............... .... "" " l. ·' lined " 25 ""
A" large variety of White woo
Blankets, very good and medium ' Boys heavy weight fleece-lined,
grades. All full sizes fromper (madelame as mens.) Undershirts
/arne- pair 5.50 to 2 48 and Drawers . Qc
Dl, ac- - e are just in receipt of a large GNice grade Gent's Wool Sox In
variety of Ladies Jackets in Blacks Grey and Black , .
s and Tans, Monte Carlo cut, very sell ,ln...... ade.......... oO
White goods from 45 Extra good grade Imported
Sox for men, in Grey and Black 5T;
"rpool, Also a line of LadiEs' Very Nice.....................
3 mul- Wrappers. Percale and fleeced lined We promise you that these are bet
traces from .58C ter goods than anyone is selling at
ready aeSFleeced same prices.o
Lined Picue Waist at 98leeced Just received an all wool Blue Serge
Lined Picque Waist at Russian Blouse Sailor Suite for litle
Ladies Outing Fl wns, very fellows, the 3 to 8 years regular $5
S.... . ..... ................. ............
Lssador the goods are worth the price without W ALTAR ALL GARMANTS.7I'
W making, only I 75 FIT FREE OF CHARGE.
oss " ILe 'R NSb DRESSES in Outing Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Skirts in all
s Flannel and Serges. Numerous styles the latest materials and fashions.
mperor and designs all ages from 1 to 14 Everything we handle is stricly up-to
uess- years, from $2.50 to 40 date and at prices within the reach of.
of the Petersen Building : : : N. Market St. JENNINGS. LA.
S Evevt we sell we arantee "Your MoneY Back if Youe Want It.,
the au- W h y Give your Mother or Father
yceum a pair of
Sove Don't ..Gold..
bYis the rYOu Spectacles
.. OR.. .
was theEy la
is, OVLLIlt)S BIROS. & LEBEN For a
irnal. ellable, Eastabllsbed Jewelers