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oeuad for thirst customer who ill build
SAA toris e
: U^' fieet on Ratl 'Road Side Track. .Will sell to.. um
r :firat-class buitiness houses of all kinds, WholesIale
adiother machinery warehouses for 100 dollars a front j:
Sti'itthh e owner. • t
Ithe ptain's Ofice and get the papers made out for at
f orthe tbeet and safest business proposition in the best c
e Qil Belt" 1a All oil rights reserved.
;('( ýbu in one of our bandsome Iug
: ' igies. rages or Hulabouts,
.. ,.is thoownuglr. :lj'oble, ele
tt.Cat s' causn e pae rs a de oI uforl aI,
:for:e:esand .afest ..bfuine pp.i si:r" o n ( tu: best.
S.e " oT 5iO;' ,.:ei,,T. i:: :o "ntry i(
' ~:r \.',""sid'ered " in ohn o a s ne, sto,,k
"_ y e of harnes7 to \ cifet ir t r .
., B.LACK BROS. & CO.,
JE I.NINGS. IOUISIATNi
D. C. C.BROWN
...GENERAL COd BUIIDTOR
Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement,
Agatete Plaster, Piaster 1-aris,
Fire Brick and Clay. Brick Buildiug
a Specialty. Correspondence
Office at Residence Corner Fourth and
Cutting Ave., near Christian
Lock Box 164. Long Dist. 'Phone 190.
JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA.
Watches, Diamonds -
·; "2 '" AND FINE JEWELRY.
" 'jP " Right goods at right prices. Fine watch *
repairing and engraving. Spectacles fit
• ted by the latest scientific methods and a
5., satisfaction guaranteed.
u:JOE S. RITCH. I
i:W"3. "e w sh all our friends
"-usto mers a very....
S! PROSPEROUS JlIEW YEAR.
W - en in need of
Gall and see us.
OTTa DUO' S,
,V m !
Pis. B . in (, t r
Green.-hoe maIfker'o. ~oif
Id ey, was transactig business n le
.,- Jennings today..'
le Mrs. J. A. Cistae and Miss`
t .Hazel Davis of Crowley are, viit
a ing their cousin, 'Mrs. -M. iE
St Clark of this 'city.
P. K. Miller arrived from Si
loam Springs this morning. He a
looks none the worse for wear,
having gained .ten pounds in
M. A. Bemis and family left
for Siloam Springs, Ark., this
morning. They willremainsome
time and will combine business
Mrs. W. W. M. Taylor Jr. and
da,nu hte!: left the sunny south on r
h.: ,:' i y ii rni:i g train for th
i '1 o' lt. Sterhope, In. M'r.1
'i:,y]lnl" wvill re.turn 'with an emi- i
, .' ear ( 1l" ter. M rs. S. A. R.it- 1I
ter. l. ft on the same t~ain for
Iowa to spend a year with her
W. Scott Heywood is thinking
t of bringing a suit for damages
- against the managers of the dog
and pony show that was here. 1
As he was about to board the
train today, one of the dogs dam
I aged his dress case considerable.
nt. For turther particulars address
ug W. Scott Heywood.
Wanted-Boarders at corner
nd of Academy and Cutting avenue.
Mrs. R.E. Funk.
190. What They Did.
SThe Commercial League held
a most important and enthusias
SBtic meeting last night and again
discussed the matter of the pub
Slic roads leading into Jennings.
The special committee was in
* structed to have subscription
lists prepared and placed in the
* banks and other business houses
Swhere they can be signed by the
Sfarmers and business men of the
*Ihe following delegates were
selected to represent the Com
mercial League at the meeting of
the Commercial bodies of the
states of Texas, Louisiana and
Mississippi in conjunction with
the Southwestern Passenger
Agents association to be held at
New Orleans, January 14 and 15:
S. L. Cary, A. -Heywood, J. F.
Wellington, S. E.'Schmniik, J. P.
SBlack, E. It'. RoWnson, W. E11. Dods
worth, C. R. Cline, C. A. Lowry
and C. E. Wooten.
January 8th was selected as
the.date on whibch he League
will hold a p.ublic -moker, 'at
r which time the oficers ·Vill stike
tneir reports. Every d' ie .in
tS. vited. !There will be iips*'
-.and musicby the tLn'j ~-nng
'net band. ,
.Store rioom':ifor rent pT
. s to'sen &
-· ¶'?;-<~~ :·4:r~t
; oc ks ice mll~ d1er works,
j ;elee is h l Nand :last but not
ri tleastits oil wells, swthich, let us
hope, is'bis t.'the beginninrg of an
ndns that Swill place Jennings
, mon id 1hleading corn mercial
Lti poiilts of the sunny south.
EMMA -PaIsA NULTON.
3i- Wanted--Two regular board
ee ,er-s. Inquire at RECOPi)D office.
in For .rent-7'roomhouse, nearly
, new. Also two furnished rooms.
Enquire at the RECORD. 285.
is NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
ss RIVERSIDE PLANT.
Dec. 29, 1902.
nd Christmas eve passed off very
-m i2,%nisantly %at Ev.,'elinl.. Th
P rýlJ- ,~l 1t:::d t'. },i tI t.i tV ee
- I n o; v th .,,+e as for t. Tho
Spro )'am wit ln.s y, I and.( (each
for one tIat took part'., did. licw(!. A
er great d cal of credit, and praise is
due to Mrs. Jones, the teacher,
who had charge of ths program.
,es Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Patter
log son of the Lacasine are spending
re. the holidays with Mrs. Patter
the son's mother, Mrs. Longman.
Lm- Miss Maggie Jones of Kinder,
)le. La., has been visiting her cousins
8ss Mr. and Mrs. Barnabas. They
returned to her home with her to
Lue. Beulah Benedict is spending
nk. the holidays at Riverside.
Miss Mable Kiniston spent
eld Saturday in Jennings shopping.
ias- J. B. Kimnston has gone to town
ain and procured work.
ub- Miss Annie Jones is staying at
Is. Mrs. B. Longman's.
Mrs. Cecil Fritts Nobau from
ion the north is visiting Mrs. Mar
the tin Walters.
the Rev. 'Patterson of Jennings
the was in this vicinity calling.
Mrs. Bert Longman is able to
ere be up again after her severe ill
Rg of 'A game of.ball between Evang
the eline and Riverside teams was
and played on the Riverside diamond.
rith Itresulted in a few scratches
ger and the loss of a five dollar bill.
Sat Score, 6 to 0 in favor of River
wry Fine rice farm, 842 acres, at
Raymond P. O.
as My residence . and block, 12
gue lots :corner Lake Arthur aed
at ~haukland avenues.
i- Sixty .vacatit lot," iu F'air vieW
I nolioa,-i.d .J.labella ( Jhitta~Lrees.
SlA,,soj aplar n Vtats.
S ice +laot Etllwood woven wire
B ~~-.' . Ct~~fQ
..C tey PoCUI ro LtyhE .
s They recewive fsees s ftlai l
Don't forgetethen or t: s :: :-,+,,
t ICE AND OIL L AM .
C t Oi ; " i
:. Percy Longm-an =
Dr- 5DALR3' li
Gengra1 h h
rr Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions.
tey FREE DELIVERY. J&1Egw .
to ..ng. .
The Duncan, Stfdio - d
t Pho-ographs Taken Rain or Shine.
Bg Copying and Enlarging a Specialty.
Picture Frames and Frames Made to'Order. We finish wosrk
W for the Amatuer and keep a stock of supplies for those who I
wish to do their own work. - - -
First class work and prices reasonable.
JAMES D. WILLIAMS
o Staole and Fancy Grocer .
ill. . FREE -ELIVERY.
Norrh Main Street, Jennings, La.
nd. BUST LIMB IN TOWN OF -
Candies, Fruits andCo ction
Aul the Leadiug Brands of obtscce mlmd C~."ri.
.6tationevy &ud Blank Boo i. &100adobn xc Pp.e.
12 IPOWELL BRO$5., Corntrect'rg. .
nud Al kinds of Stoat:, i1l.an ereoted. We-ha. a sfttfl line c.* i.·
- En ines and Pumps. ,Also Ieeves Threshing outfit. : .
\aLth t~his list oi Second-Haknd on.CL on hIi o; .;,'"
tO Q:e 7 horse power outfit, Tubular boiler. .
'n'e 5fi hors)'. power outfit, self Contain haler. ;
• <,-,O to,.T.s' power outit, Fire-Box boiler."
L*e 10 to 15 horse.power, jmunted outfit.
es. One 12 horse owerTracioa engine with Cse s ,pa,
ill kinds of umps. ·Let? s us or
b_. _,. _ + . + . . ~~~ici ,,,.- +,-
: .,ab £ 1, :.-';;'= .