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JENNINGS, LOUISIAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1902. NUMBER 292. Waler
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r~~~~ ~ . : ýl uarantees Ilofairs Freedomcffrom Taxation I~niI th Year 1910.. Sells it forges
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L.. CI? Y
:ver First National Bank.
Meio a1 .youngi men, old men, widows, RgtWand married women,
t or wanting or waiting to be marri and wanting Homes,
i Old Bachielors, Spinstersr or Grass Widows:
S. B-, L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at
h:,W.om.300 lollark to $500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a
r 'efr interest.
SIbave twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer who will build
a thousand dollar house will sell an inside lot for fspo hundred dollars or a
-o6rner for $250. Also 1200 feet on Rail Road jil' Track. Will sell to Lum
Iber Yards, Work Houses, Cotton Factories, wNV Working Establishments,
u"rniture Factories or to first-class business houses of all kinds, Wholesale
'Grocers, Agricultural and other machinery warehouses for 100 dollars a front
*:oot, all on terms.to suit the own- r.
. Dn't fail to call at the Captain's ORfice and get the papers made out for a
i'_leautiful Home, or for the best and safest business proposition in the best
-townlin the lucky "Rice Oil Belt. " All oil rights reserved.
A Drive Throu
the Open Country
hO-e n in one of our handsome Bug
--ies. Curriages or Runabouts,
-.". is thoroughly ebjoyable, be
. cause they arq comfortable,.
sale and handsome. Our stock
. of fine V\1hicles is a treat~ to
Y 1h«look ::-- tlhey are.so handsome
in design and finish, and for
worknuta;Lhilp they are unex
celled. \Vc can sell yoi' a fine
Su"y, -urry, P Phaeton, or
1ui'l:unaout at prices you~ can't
:.b ha.t : nywcere, quality con`
sidered. We have a fine stock'
of ilarnc'ss to select from.
Bl1G CK BROS. & CO.,
tJEpl' INGS. LiOUISIAýNA.
SD. C. BOWN
arcd 3U I IHDER
S '-.'" IDeale-r in frick, Lime, Sand. Cement,
,; 'ter. , 1, : (., '"1 ,: "Fire Brick! and C'Jay. Brick Buillding
i a Seciat. (.t Cr cspon ence
S. ...: .- Oflice at. Residence Corner Fourth and
i: ,. . - .:: :: CutLo ting Ave., near Christian
Lock Box 104. Long Dist. 'Phone 190.
SJENI GS:: .,G -- - "LOUISIANA.
AND FINE JEWELRY.
f IJight goods at right prices. Fine watch S
re_ airing and eingravi ng. Spectacles fit- s
tcd Ih the lates, scientific methods and
S 5 satisfacltion uaranteed. ' C .I
[ JOE S. RITCH.
Sectional Book Cases
Just received a complete stock of Globe
W\ernlicke Sectional Book Cases, the
best in the market. Call and examine.
E:xel',-iv, I:, nitire I)ealers.
N.:w" iin..e o1" W\all Paper.
Watch This Soace!
PATTER SON BROS. CO., Jew
elers and Music Dealers, are re
airranging the buihlinfg formerly
the Hlollembeak Music i!oune. Trieir
stuck of Jc.wlry, Silhverware and blus
icait Goods is arriving daily and they
will so,0n h:ave on display a aelection
eof ,ods tha:t will slt ali:tastes. 'T'hey
arE now aIble to take care of all trade
in their line.
Patterso BE ros. Co.
* WHEN GOIN. TO TEXAS.
E. GALd.,I,,K 64 FUNK,
Venezuelans Worked up to
a High Pitch and
Eager to fight.
By Union Associated Press.
La Guayra, Dec. 12.-Venezuela
is fairly, seething with patriotic
ardor. Men of all parties are
rushing to the defen4f their
country, and the spirit is even
spread to women. Many of them
are armed and are .working (ay
and night in assisting and im
proving the defences.
Twenty-one hundred Venezue
lan regulars under Miuiste: of
War Ferrer, supported by a
thousand regulars under Castro
aiid brother, and probably two.
thousand volunteers, all atmed,
hold the city td'dy. -
"A government decree sun:
mons all the able(-brdced menI
from 16 to 50 years.of age.
Diamond Rings, $100
Eotlins Bros. & Lei~ n.
Talmage's Rice ~-crort.
Despite the wide y n·xtenýcd
slpr itenma i1 cops 'e1l up to
former raflo. Prices are 'w%=ll
sustained by current enquiry,
and taut conditions at primnrry
points. Buyers have been I
hitherto, somewhat reluctant to
respond to the full prices as com
pared with last year. However,
as the season of largest offerings
is passing without any recession
in prices-but on the contrary
only developing hardening feat
uri,.nere attention is being
given to attractive styles at cur
rent rates, which are still way
below importing point on equal
Advices from the south are of
former tenor. On the Atlantic
coast, the stead3y ab'sosption of
offerings has relieved the market
from customarytdepression at
this season. • At New Orleans, a
good demand preveils, with high
er prices paid forsihtly parcels.
In the interior anq 'Pl&as, re
ports are similar to those recent
ly made. -
Fine Chests Sterling
Silverware $100, at
Hollins Bros. &Leben.
The following magazines for
January are now in stock at the
Record News depot:
All othernagazines on sale-as
soon a~sued by the publishers.
A Coal Famine.
By Union Associated Press.
New Yoirk, Dec *12.--Tfe city
is suffering from terrible cold
weather, and coal is scarce and
trailic is delayed. The charity
organizations who were given
the preference in getting coal,
find it impossible to supply the
suffering ap)liicants with fua.d
WANTED TO BUY
i00 Mules 100
W'il be at G. It. Cook's & Co.
barn Satur'day Dec. 13.
d&wlw E. R. BLAIRn.
NEW YORK IS
Over the HMnner in Which
Mrs. Sarah Alne
By Union Associated Press.
New York, Dec. 12.-After an
all night vigil beside the body of
the aged Mrs. Sarah Ann Waters
who ielt a hundred thousand dol
lar estate, the police hold the
home today under orders from
the district attorney Jerome,who
will investigate the case and have
axW autopsy held.
Thoe uthorities are- aroused
the q ;eer death of the lady,
and ~ . ease. threatens to be
anou~iit relative battling for the
Chsiha Fish and Tur
key sets at
Hi-o!is ros. & Leben.
1Avertised L .
List ,f Tef remaining
uneal,-.! for in the postoitice for
thiie.wcxik (ee ding DJc. ., 1902.
Aid, r:ip, I ::.1a Mrs
Axr st l'rong, Wi¾lliamn
IB ,n.. A!exandoe Mr
",, Le. Louis -
Estella, Adam Mrs
Edwards, Elsie Miss
Foliman, Hattie (2)
Harrell, A J
Huglhison, ` H
Jones, Mrs R2
JOnes, sies Victoria
Jacobs, M r Ivey"
Lewis, J ulior
L)opes, Senor Dablo
Mdoriwether, James A
Musey, M ri.S S
Milhar, .1 A .
Milstead, Hazle , -
Mathews, J D
Smith, S muel-B
Simon, Fi moue
Turnor,. M1s Etta
White, Mrs Lizzie
Warrick, J M
Wilson, Miss Hattie
When calling f: the above let
ters please say ad erxised
H. S. Ferree, P. M.
Not So Hopeful.
By Union Associated Press.
New York, Dec. Il.-It is re
parted this morning that Corne
lius Vanderbilt's condition not so
hopeful as the doctors would
make the public belie e, that
rheumatism of the heart from
which he has long been asufferer
is causing the discomfort.
After the Ball.
Go to the Owl Drug St:orc for
your hot chocolate, hot coffee and
A nice and complelio line of
fine stationary at the Owl Drug
Fresh line of Seward's and
Lowney's candies at.Rathe's and
"Rltathe sells for less." 286 tf
Louisiana Rice Millin A "
W. W. DUSON, President. A. R. McMURTRY, Vice-President.
P, L. LAWRE1NCE, Treas. A. 13B. ALLISON, Secretary.
-IN CONNECTION WITH
Star Rice Millinr Co.;
CROWLLFY LOUISIANA, '
White Swan Rice MiH-Co
These inills are under one management this season, thp same as last. On
act 'unt of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidentand patronage,
of m':ne of the largest and most prominent planters in AcadlW; Calcasieu and
Vertl.1 lion Parishes.
We Use Our Hulls for Fuel
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. .
We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken
Feed. Liberal Advances made on all rices stored i
with us to be milled.
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Last year, witht good crops and good prices,
everyone was able to indulge in presents for
their friends, and plenty of fri-volous articles
were given and receiy . "--How' different i j
Christmas with some of us this year--viti;
poor crops and poorer prices, it means EC AN
OM,,I, yet all have the desire to give to their
childcren, slation and frie-.ds, some token of
the seasornWhynot give something ofbenefit, '%
something 1isefi` a . his year it is better toe
gOive ueful artic- s of wearing p.. afil. We
hc:,-ve everythfig : aif : th .r lae of I: adg--Made
Sc\ :.s llat are app .ýopriate i r the i c1 oc(asiion
1: . ', LLARETi, r sale of "IDEISI:-'ON COLRSETS
SAlILA , U 'TTi L etc.. willu;i't l::-ml- i still on. Coupons are good until
sonilcl 'l i' u'rsents , frm: ' `i :° ii i. et"o cou iis vi nc t' for
t?) Icl: i fi 1 c.' n h an v ' we &t 1 fu "
2?,, ~ ~ l i' e Crfil fur
IIý '' NI( It' I ]'ie' :. ;t .-; i.1h ,1 fi <w . This stic ends posi
S f '"-m "T. ' ON-,'t .rsi:n C('i rsets, u1l s yles, 81
N. . ,e.. f .n " e rtu, .\:, "ith. t 'a ,n on ov: \ 7 C
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L : i i' Mounted ali i llacs k a: whit i liic 'liiion Applique,
SL ,," l1\' . u ry han .n.. ; :, "d vIy :1'.: 1 ,:.` m. d.I' t ns, tr'ice corfsid
;,.a.' f"' ' i ti l y s\-l'v cheap, from 'per
U13 ( Ic' and BELT-PINS, 00 tif- .........
;<lvrt : . li.s in enamelled v:re, ':c' - Ladi.: hs' handiso embroidered
lire silver, burnished iiwtal .c , Turn-over Coliars, from c
from G ....
....... ........................ . G i - E 1CK WEA .
LadiL s' and gents' Traveling I":u-, LarCe patteirns, in the
fronm f.e lpatest .ak~i:'tH~le for Christmas ,
,ý . ests , lroim . 4, 5C
Suit Cass from ....... .... .. .... . . . '.. .. ...
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Truiis 'om s iu suitasl;c; f Clu'istmas giftsto ladies
' "! O .....' ...... - LU or geptlemen, from 8C
Ladies Jacket in black and ta , ... .. .. . ........ . ..
fr 3 9 L.ad : a.nd isses' Iir.I tis, also
.. Cravenite ('oats, sery serviceable
()ur line( of Silk Waists is coipIoscte and i:lak us,iul presents from l 50
of cver ithlini of the latest in make and ..... ........................... U
colors': I'cann-de-soie and Taulta Lt.;lie-,' l ueadly-made Skirts. Just
Waists, frt i' 3 received. tnd the lartest assortment,
. . ..· 'U very it ndt and st h: prices fr n2 50
i-:; lies, Misses and Chihl Idens e .. ....
of 'I11 inds. We sell the tst bo(,s L:adies' !it Underwear, in grey,
tantd ils' St eking to be haad at 9 lack and white silk, wool and cotton
S....... Union uits, frotm 5o
1'The }tcst Stocking to be. Jii t , equal ... ............................. L
t o '', r vV o d s e l s e w h e r e , f o r ' ý'" V e s t s a n d P a n t s f r o m Q18 Q
-e also have a complete line of Mens'
loens' Shirts, gua anteed equal to .L
any-75e sidrt, large selection of pat- Mens' Wool Flannel Undershirts
terns only 4 and l)rawers, in ll c~ors from 59c
M ens Silk Suspenders, inak"s very.y " "' ns' heavy fleeced ribbed and
appfopriate Christmas presents, eq1i fleeTe-lined Undershirts and Drawers,
pair in seperate glass covered box Lte, Blue, White, Brown, Grey etc.,
only . only AO'
Mens Hose, can be put up in a1..... .'...... ..................I
Sdoens for Christmas estion ens' Overalls and umpers (Union
per pair "e) from r4
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Petersen Building : : : N. Market St. JENNINGS, LA.
Everythrng we sell we guarantee. "Your Money Back if You Want It.'
Just Right For Chrisma-s.
Our ladies' size, r
Solid 14k., Gold watches with Elgin or Waltham
- $1.7.50 to $25.
Our ladies size,
Solid 14k., Gold Watches, set with DIAMONDS
anidI fi.te(d with Elginl or Wallmthal lllovcments:
$3 to $75.
Our Gents' New Thin Model.
Solid 14k., Gold. watches hlalndsomely engraved and
fitted with Elgin or Waltham movements.
$30, to $60. a
HOLLINS Bl-ROS., 8_ LEBEN,
The Established Jewelers.