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A Good Habit
T'he habit of buying of Hebert & Andrus, the Southside general
merchants, is a good habit to get into. They sell everything
usually kept in a first-class general store, and on account of their
large trade they are constantly receiving new goods, which you will
always find fresh and clean. Since doubling the size of their
building they have received a new stock of UP-TO-DATE Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Shoes and Notions. Our
GROCERY and PROVISION DEPARTMENT qlled with good thing to eat.
HEBERT & PFNDRUS.
The South side Merchants.
No matter how small,
No matter how large,
The First National Bank of Jennings
will give it careful attention
E. F. ROWSON, President. F. E. BLISS, Vice-President.
GEO. A. COURTNEY, Cashier. H. H. HOAG, Asst. Cashier.
F. F. MORSE, J. P. HABERt, F. E. BLISS
S. J. JOHNSON, E. . I". OWSON.
This Bank is now open for business in its
temporary quarters in the Morse Building.
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The Best Prescript"n h' Grove's
Tasteless Chill 'T-,c.
The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle,
So That the Peopic rMay Know Juist
What They Are Taking.
Imitators do not advertise their formula
knowing that you would not buy their medi
cine if you knew what it contained. Grove's
contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct
proportions and is in a- Tasteless form. The
Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drive:
the malaria out of the system. An_ rci'ha
druggist will tell you that Grove's is th.:
original and that all other so-c led : , ast c -
less" chill tonics are imitations. An analysis
t other chill tonics shows that r. s is
superior to all others in O-cry respc. "- arc
not experimenting whn n you .. ta. ... .--ts
superiority and excellence having lo: bec;
established. Grove':, is; th o.1nly Chill Cure sold
throughout the entire mnlar al sections of the
United States. NTo Crec, N'o Pay. P-ice, 5oc
fI M4ES FOR THE MLLION
.UTHW,'E E·iT "RN r,,i SEC i,
EASTERN TEXAS AND
(iN TI-I: L[I.\: O1' Tlil:
K. C. S.,
IKANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
"STRAIGHT AS THE CROW FLIES"
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
Through the cheapest land now open
for settlement in the United States.
A mqgniticcnt country adahtl:d t the culti\vation of small gi'ra i. corn, cotton,
rice, suigal' ca illln, al,,les. :' 'Ile. hr 'riics. co('nmlllre'ii tl'lluk flarlllling,
and the raisin. o , h(,rss. mulhs. cattlet. hogs and sheep,
it pri'ces 'rangingll fl'ioml
FREE GOVERNM!ENT HOMESTEADS
TO TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND MORE PER ACRE.
WR1T rr 01 rA CIT II"
CURRENT EVENTS" KAliisAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
S. G. WARNER, G. P. & T. A..
Temple Block,KANSAS CITY, MO.
H. D. DUTTON. Tray. Pass. Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
F. F. ROESLER, Tray. Pass. and Immigration Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
JENNINGS DAILY RECORD.
1q. L. MILLER.n
Elitor. Publisher and Proprletor.
intered for transmission through the maisat
EAILICOAD TIME TABLE.
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[ I slteresting Items Concerning Jeuning
and ,the Neighboring Country.
Tomorrow is a legal holiday,
' Thanksgiving. Therefore, the
RECORD force will take a rest and
will enjoy a day of recreation.
We know our subscribers will be
perfectly willihig to grant us this
J. F. Ritter went to C(rowley
Rev. W. C. Miller is reported
still quite ill.
E. E. Boyum was doing busi
ness in Lake Charles yesterday.
W. H. Curtis left this noon for
a business trip to New Orleans.
Oliver LeBlane aad family
moved here from Abbeville Mon
Fred Phillips is over from Lake
Charles to spend Thanksgiving
H. H. Hulburt of Philadelphia,
is here on a visit to his brother.
J. W. Hulburt.
N. R. Strong left on the flyer
this evening for Houston where
he has a big land deal on hand.
Will McCormack went home to
Lake Charles yesterday evening.
He is having a siege of malaria.
Forty one marriage licenses
were issued in Acadia parish
thus far during the month of
H. K. Midkiff left last night for
his home in Illinoi's where he
will spend Thanksgiving. He
will return by Monday.
Fi-ank Wheeler of Indianapolis
Ind:, arrived in town today. He
is here for the purpose of im
proving his farm near this city.
J. L. Cosner who has been
quite sick at Mrs. Blackshere's
is now able to be out. His wife
arrived from Virginia, Ill. Satur
Wanted-By a young man with
best of references, board with
room in private family. Thos.
P. Whitis, with Black Bros. &
Jennings chapter No. 9, Order
Eastern Star, have secured a
temporary room in the Morse
block, where regular work will
Thanksgiving exercises were
held at the schoolhouse this af
ternoon. Recitations, dialogues,
speeches, readings, etc. were
given by the pupils.
Don't forget the Thanksgiving
dinner given by the ladies of the
Christian church in thile new
Bullick building tomorrow. Go
and got a square meal.
Regular meeting of the Ladies
of the G. A. R. Shiloh Circle, will
be held Nov. 30, at home of T. J.
Woodworth. Every member
please take notice. M. L. Rob
James Maund and family have
moved to their home on North
Lake Arthur avenue. The prop
erty, consisting of a house and
two ac-res of land was purchased
of Win. Williams.
Rev. Geo. N. Funk writes from
Paris,Texas as follows: "Church
work here is gradually improv
ing. Will have a big union meet
ing ouThanksgivingDay. Weath
er is perfect and cotton crop
nearly all marketed. We are
all well and enjoying ourselves."
L,, For sale, my residence
l)r,,t-.ry ot Cary Lavcnuet. Write
me for lrice and terms, at Paris
Texas, Geo. N. Funk.
'For oil stock in any of the
companies see Moses & St.
A Monkrrey's Escapade
One of Gentry Bros' perform
ing monkey's escaped during the
performance last night by run
ing under the seats, and ,gaining
the street, lead some of the em
ployee's of the show a merry
chase. Judson Harris "who had
been attending an oil meeting re
turned home about 9:30 and was
much surprised by being con
fronted by a monkey on his gal
ery and was at a loss to know
what to do with his prize or rath
er how to proceed in order to
secure him, for he did not know
but the representative of the
"missing link" might bite. How
ever while ruminating over the
situation, the men came his way,
and when he learned their miss
ion he told them he thought he
had the runaway cornered on
the gallery. They then approach
ed and the monkey recognizing
them jumped into the arms of
one of the men, indicating a de
gree of .conscious, confidence in
his rescuers that went to show
that he had had enough of the
fun and was glad and willing to
be among old acquaintances
again. If the monkey was glad,
the captors were equally elated
as their uncertain chase had in
deed been successfully.
Jud is telling his experence
last night with an escaped circus
monkey. It seems Judson had
been out rather late last night to
a meeting of(so he says)an oil Co.
and when he arrived on the gall
ery of his home he saw a monkey.
Of course Jud having been to the
so called "oil meeting"he was not
so sure it the "monk" was in the
flesh or not, he took no chances
however, drawing his gun he
took deliberate aim saying to
himself. Mr Monkey, "if you are
a monkey you are in anlawfnl bad
fix, and if you aint a monkey I
am in an awful bad fix." It was
a monk; Jud did not have them.
On Friday and Saturday the
29th and 30th inst., I will give
the public some genuine bargains
in Men's and Boys Hats.
W. S. CASE.
282-3t-wl Huber Building.
g Lisk's anti-rust tinware is
guaranteed for two years. The
Jennings Hardware Co. has it.
Labor wanted on sugar plan
tation, cane cutters and loaders.
Apply at RECORD office.
~TPAfter breakfast and din
ner try an El Cid Cigar at Mitch
ell & Embich.
;:El Cid Cigars are small, but
good, at Mitchell & Embich.
:W'Moses & St. Germain will
sell you stock in any oil company
in Jennings. See them at Hol
J'Until further notice we
will have our office in Johnny
Mans' Red Front Shoe Store.
We saved all of our notes and
accounts. All kinds of harness
and harness parts, also have a
good stock of Bain wagons. Call
and see us.
BLACK BRIOS. & CO.
Laughlin Fountain Pens. Best
at any price at Hlulburt's.
ga Family mire for sale.
Enquire at iREcoRn office.
i"Board by the day or week
at J. T. Hinchliff's restaurant.
~ "We have it,have you? Grass
matting. The Jennings Hard
T-Wanted, to hire $1,500 or
$2,000. First class real estate
security. Call at this office.
iarAnother invoice of roofing
paper at Foster's.
~g"Now is the time to buy oil
stock if you expect to make mon
ey on your investment. Moses
& St. Germain can supply your
_-For reliable insurance see
Moses & St. Germain at Citizens
For Sale-Two span of mules.
Enquire of H. F. Jaenke. 282-1w
Sar"Young and middle-aged
men smoke Ei Cid Cigars, at
Mitchell & Embcih.
Fountain pens at Hulburt s.
Save you seer it? If not, call at.
once. Grass-MATTI G--Grass.
EEverthig in Hardware arqd House
J dENNINGS 4ARDWAIRE CO.
iTo the Ladies,.
I SOME MORE NEW!
! HATS JUST IN. 3
I have a complete line of Millinery Goods. andu
Guarantee all Hats to be first-class, both in style and:
" - Miss Lola Moses. I
* In G. A. i. Hall, South of Railroad. -
J. W. MITCHELL
HAS OPENED HIS
And also has on hand a fresh supply of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
on the old Site
CITY MEAT MARKET.
A. D. MCFARLJIN & SON.
Best located Oil Lands adjoinig the
Also Rice Lands in large and small
tracts . . . . . .. .
Dr. Tom Terry's Drug Store.
AS TO THE QUESTION OF HEAT, WELL
The fire was hot enough for Dr. Tom and burnt up all his
Drugs, but seekers of Bargains in Toilet Articles, Perfu
meries, Patent Medicines, Etc., will find Dr. Tom a hot
number among the Druggists. He keeps the Latest, Fresh
est and Best Stock in the Town.
SHe sells Cheaper and his Prescription Department is
Managed by a Scientific Druggist.
Front Street, Same Location as Before.