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JNiNINGs, OUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1902. NUMBER 298. Walker
-" " Year 1910. lerL es
tautaPrersl Frcilm rom Taxation Unlil the Year 1910. Sells it for Less
Slipe Tui Ti on I nhuininna Rice Milling Co..
4 first National Bank.
no men, oldmen, widOwsr , gi Is ansd married women,
0 eting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes,
" r- s, Spinsters or Grass Widows.
bs300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at
'' o~a to X5e00,sfr 0 olasa r
to , heap at double the price on long terms at a The
: IAlh OFFER.
- l oka rnot occupied and for the first customer who will build
r)*~ae will sell an inside lot for two hundred dollars or a
i1 ." 1200 feet on Rail Road Side Track. Will sell to Lum
HOusjesr Cotton Factories, Wood Working Establishments,
ies or tofrst-class business houses of all kinds, Wholesale
land other machinery warehouses for 100 dollars a front
suit the owner.
"11 at the Captain's Office and get the papers made out for a By-U
or for the best and safest business Proposition in the best js
"(Rice Oil Belt."~ All oil rights reserved. hostj
ie Through 1thro
the Open Country
Sin one of our handsome Bug- roao
' ,F ,. ý gies. C arriages orR unabouts,
S-' , /,+is lhoroughlY enjoyable, be- past
cause they are comfortable, bee'
Ssafe and handsome. Our stock roa
Gof fine Vehiles is a treat to hay
erg lookr at they are So handsome
in design and finish, and for
workmanship they are unex- F
celledr . We can sell you a fine the
SBuggy, Purry, Phaeton, or
c unabout e t prices oun can't
beat anywhere. quality con
usideed Wehave a rne stock WOi
of Har ness to select from. eqt
LB..clkICK ROS . & CO.,
JErNI IGS . LsOUISIANA .
D. C.PBIROWN Re
GLINEIAL iaid $Ul DE 1 in c
Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand. Cement.
_ Agatete Plaster, 'PiasteP Varis,
Fire Brick and Clay. rick Buildiug La
a Specialt Correspondence
SI olicited. ho
` Ohfice at residence Corner Fourth and
Cutting Ave., near Christian
Lock Box 164. Long Dist. 'Phone 190. by
JEONIE GS. - - I UISIA .
Watches, D aiamonds ej
AND FINE JEWELRY.
Right goods at right prices. Fine waotch
c epairing and engraving. Spectacles fit- C
Sted by the latst scientific methods and e11
A satisfaction giuaranteed. e <
AES JOE S. RITCHJew
S9-7ctioiia1 Book Cases
S -Just received a complete stock of Globe
Welnicke Scctioautl Book Cases, the
best in the mariet. Call and examine. L
xeoleimi b sc Houmts Dealers.
Ne oiick of J Vall Papen.
iWach Todhsisv Solace!
auianging the building foruneuly
itwill 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.
tterson. Bros. Co.
YG]NG- TO TEXAS.
WAR fEVER IS
The Natives Are Making a Perl
Strong Effort to Meet
By Union Associated Press. By I
La Guayra, Dec. 13.-Active Ni
hostihlities appear more imminent Bae
with the news that England and stoF
Germany do not favorably re- said
gard Castro's offer of arbitration
through the United States minis- that
ter Bowen. dist
Rumors today that the city faul
may be abandoned and the the
heights fortified to make the blai
roads leading into Caracas im- bl
passable. Dynamite mines have bef
been placed along the military
road, and all strategic points
have been heavily fortified. 13
Holiday.goods in abundance at
the Owl Drug Store. at
Ask your grocer for "Dun- bui
woody's Best" flour. It has no
BDlVINE YORSllIP. Me
Services at the usual hous.
Rev. Dr. Harris, of Welsh, will
R preach both morning and even-n
r ing, M. C. Hickman, Pastor. n
Rev. Gonzales wili return from
u Lake Charles tonight, and will tl
hold services at the usual hours,
nd UNITED BRETH1REN
Sunday school, 10. Preaching en
10. by S. A. Keep, 11. Juniors, 3.
Y. P. C. U., 7. Preaching, 7:45 1h
by the pastor. Evening subject: ,
0 "Certainties and Uncertainties." T
* Everybody welcome. tl
S J. H. Patterson, Pastor. at
SBible school, 9:45. Preaching, tU
11 by J. L. Haddock; subject:
"Buried Money." C. E., 9:45.
Preaching, 7:30. Evangelist a
i Haddock will deliver a chart ser- o
mon. Subject: "The Origion of a
- Denominations." All invited.
s C. N. Williams, Pastor.
Bible school, 10 a. m. At 11
Evangelist Hale will preach after t'
which the ordinance of baptism c
will be administered. Junior ii
Union, 3 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30. d
At 7:30 Rev. Geo. L. Hale will d
preach, after nhich the hand of
fellowship will be given new
members. You are cordially in
vited to all our services. 1
F. L. Cox, Pastor.
r GOOD ROADS' MEETING.
We wish to impress on the
public in general, and especially
the farming community to an
impoitant meeting to be held in
the Eagle Hall on Saturday, Dec.
22at 1:30 p. m. Don't forget it.
This meeting will be under the
auspices of the Commercial
League, and every man having
the welfare of the community at
heart is expected to attend.
. The following magazines for
January are now in stock at the
Record Slews depot:
9 Allother magazines on sale as
soon as issued by the publibhers.
IS THAT S0,
MR. BAER !
Perhaps Poor People Did
Not Have Money to \A
By Union Associated Press.
New York,Dec. 13.-President
Baer of the Reading road who is
stopping at the Waldorf-Astoria We
said today that the coal famine
that is driving the people into -
distraction, is not due to the
fault of the operators. He says
Sthe people themselves are to
blame for not purchasing coal 1
e before winter came. eV
For Sale. th
s A go!'A driving h)r-se. Price WT
35.. H. F. Jaenel. 263 01
lStuor ro1om fPr rei. Apply P
at Us co & Brother, i3lackshere O0
buildii u. tf Oh
10 TEL ll Tiie P1B l. so
Mercianms Who do not Advertise'
Shoald Now Let Their Lignt
S The LECcoinI wotuldcl suggest
strongly to merchants who do S
not advertise constantly that Isi
right now is the t tue for them
m to let their light shine through DI
ill the press. People are eager to usc
know just what the merchants
Sha:ve in the way of articles that ei
are suitable for Christmn.-s pres- i
o" There is scarcely an article in fo
45 the store of any merchant, but .
et: what is valuable for presents.
. The thing for you to do is to let
the public know what you have,
or. and the medium for you to do fi
thiat is through the columns of
Lg, the LiECO D. of
45. For Sale-A bargain. House
list and lot on Cutting avenue, 4 lots of
er- on State street, 2 lots on Davies al
of avenue and 162 feet on Main st.
E. F. Walker. to
or. Condition Unchanged.
By Union Associated Press.
11 New Yori, Dec. 11.-It is said
ter this morning that Vanderbilt's ai
sm condition is unchanged, except to
ior increasing weakness. Mrs.Van-"
:30. derbilt, it is feared, will break a
will down from untiring devotions. o
of After the Ball.
in- Go to the Owl Drug Store for D
jn- your hot chocolate, hot coffee and -
tor. hot cocoa.
Will Surprise the People.
J, By Union Associated Press.
Halifax, N. S., Dec. 13.-As a
the Christmas gift to the people of
jally the earth Ma rconi has another
an invention which he expects will
Id in startle the world.
Dec. Fresh hne of Seward s and
t it. Lowney's candies at Rathe's, and
r the "Rathe sells for less." 286 tf
yving LOOK! Delicious Hot Choco
ty at late with Huyler's Cream, Hot
Coffee, Coco Cola, etc., at The
; for A nice and complete line of
; the fine stationary at the Owl Drug
Fresh line of Seward's and
Lie as Lowney's candies at Rathe's and
,hers. "Rathe sells for less." 286 tf
Louisiana Rice Milling Co.
W. W. DUSON, President. A. R. McMURTRY, Vice-President.
P. L. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary.
-IN CONNECTION WITH
Star Rice Milling Co.,
White Swan Rice Mill Co.,
These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On
account of fair and liberal treatment we en]oy the confidence and patronage
of some of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, CaJcasieu and
We Use Our Hulls for Fuel
'CH GUARANTEES PURE FEED.
We have Rougn .te Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken
Feed. Liberal Advances made on all rices stored
with usto be milled.
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Last year, with good crops and good prices,
everyone was able to induige in presents for
their friends, and plenty of frivolous articles
were given and received. How different is
Christmas with some of us this year--wit.
poor crops and poorer prices, it means ECON -
OMY, yet all have the desire to give to their
f children, relation and friends, some token of
the season. Why not give something of benefit,
something useful? his year it is better to
give useful articles of wearn'ig apparel. We
Shave ever vthing in the lie oý Eady-M ade
SGoods 1hat are appropriate fo-r the occasion.
PU!' and c 'LAlirT- hi ',in 1I N , Our sale of Hi i it II PON C'URSETS
A \ L':A O l"' e., l vil :u1i` Flm ý- is still on. t'p1 ns nir goed until
;"l b i in 11 -en l)ts EAn ')ý° 1Q!11t . 1eI': co-l' : 1, whenounting:- for
~soni 1A , , 4.1e l ). ha: lv any we willfur.
' siL1 El.l N L LIEl Pi'ics, S( ni b you our. Th]is :t l eat!: post,
O ''-' I\', I1I1.1 '- iixm ii 1 im . lith.
tt till .1: litl i l,1 TTo ý I;UO i , k e Cut es, 11l S: v es. $1.
N \ l' L'!1.:;'; tI fl(IIn
bt ~t, ti ll tnipa cure?.... . 75
dI a ) , r M''ounted and ] in Blhi'' and] m vlii:e ('hi tIlon Applique,
i Ir 1 S. Very haun sine andl very I1 nisumnie di'niaus, 1price' consid
Lu0 uleia iei'm : Fu t 'g litv very cheap, n111 per
Ss, o nr 250
LS EII J\('' :lilt! Il:L i -F' INS, neli diifV
it Ienu \ lee ill eIamlliled wale i, Sti- Ladies' hands ne embroidered
lit s i' iii mm iislitd metal etc., Turn-ovrci Collars. fr p I.
S- .1011 e .....`,:N S';N.l_ý\"i 1;
II(I1II and mz-nts ''1r BasltetN'1WA
.in Lit ' anli d s ents Traveling Bags, Large valrity" io folatterns, in the
in from ýOc Iatest in s:isitable for Christmas
ut fo..... 4...0 resents. 511-on .5
S Suit Cases from ....I 50 . 'xi\Li' ; UuBIITELLASd
2*** 215 suitable for Christnias giftsto ladies
et Ti'rnks froim ..i i gentlel.en, from, 98
'6..............'·'blcl nt ~~l
Ladies Jackets. in black and tan,
~() E)~Latdhes andi Misses' l1--idn Coats, also
0) froJ ..3 25 Ciravenette ('oats, very serviceable
of Our lice of Silk Waists is composed and make useful presents from 2 50
of everythiing of the latest intiake and ....L I a nae Skirts. Just....
colors. l'ean-de-suie and aeta Lie' lad raest Skirts. nJust
Waists, fromn 3 5 f i't'e('~iVCt, titid telargI:.est assoi'tmlent,
se....w....... from ... .. JU very neat anild stylish: prices from2 50
Ats Ladies. Misses and Childien lose '......................
of nal kinds. We sell the hiest bos Ladices' lKnit Underwear, in grey,
es and girls' Stccking to be had at 9e black and white silk, wool and cotton
... ·· ·" '''" ''Un ' Ctionl suits, CI'ruut
r. T' e st Stokin g to b ad, equa . s.. ................ 250
er. to 2gc goods elsewhhere, for andants fron . 18
............. ......""'"'" "
We also have a complete line of Mens'
,id Furnishing Goods.
S lMens' Shirts, gual a`teed equal to
anyt's 75c shirt, large selection of paIt- Mens' Wool Flannel Undershirts
apt terns only 48c and Drawers, in all colors from 590
an- *ens Silk Suspenders, make very 15ens' heavy eeced ribbed and
;ak appropriate Christmas presents, each fleece-lined Undershirts and Drawers,
pair in seperate glass covered boxf led, Blue, White, Brown, Grey etc.,
.only 50 only 48
Mens Hose, can be put up in special Mens Overalls and Jumpers, (Union
f dozens for Christmas presents, from Made) from 480
for per pair 9...........
Atnd :.... ··· ··· ·''' ·''
Peteron Building N. Market St. JENNINGS, LA.
tEveryttni we sell we guarantee. "Your Money Back if You Want It.'
e of -
1:lust Right For Christmas.
winl Our ladies' size,
Solid 14k., Gold watches with Elgin or Waltham
'"G tf $1.7.50 to $25.
Our ladies size,
Hocot Solid 14k., Gold Watches, set with DIAMONDS
THe and fitted with Elgin or1 'Walthlam movements:
n2 $30 to $75.
Our Gents' New Thin Model.
o Dou Solid 11k., Gold watches, handsomely engriertned.
fitted with Llgin or 'Waltham movements. *e In its histor
and $30, to $s O. , i cPrtb
sand UOLLINS Bk-OS., 8 L a a lorg
8 86 tf The Established Jewelers. , (