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bHebert & Andrus, the Southbide general
, is a good habit to get into. They sell everything
u kept in a first-class general store, and on account of their
Strade they are constantly receiving new goods, which you -wll
alwms Afnd fresh and clean. Since doubling the size of their
_. building they have received a new stock of UP-TO-DATE Dry
SGoods Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Shoes and Notions. Our
GROCERY and PROVISION DEPARTMENT is filled with good thing to eat.
HEB RT & FINDRUS.
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. HABER, F. E. BLISS
S. J. JOHNSON, E. F. ROWSON.
This Bank is now open for business in its
temporary quarters in the Morse Building.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
The Best Prescription Is Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic.
The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle,
So That the People May Kr-.ow Just
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 drives
the malaria out of the system. Any reliable
druggist will tell you that Grove's is the
uriginal and that all other so-called '"Taste
less" chill tonics are imitations. An analysis
or other chill tonics shows that Grove's is
superior to all others in every respect. You are
not experimenting when you take Grove's-its
superiority and excellence having long been
established. Grove's is the only Chill Cure sold
throughout the entire malarial sections of the
United States. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 5oc
HOMES FOR THE MILLION
SOUTHWESTERN M SSOURI,
EASTERN TEXAS AND
ON THE LINE OF THE
K. C. S.,
KANSAS 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 magnificent country adapted to the cultivation of small grain, corn, cotton,
rice, sugar canR, apples. peaches, berries, commercial truck farming,
and the raising of horses, mules, cattle, hogs and sheep,
at prices .ranging from
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
TO TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND MORE PER ACRE.
WIuT FOR A coPY OF
CURRENT EVENTS" KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
WUDLISUtE BY THY.
S. G. WARNER, G. P. & T. A.,
Temple Block, KANSAS CITY, MO.
H. D. DUTToN. Tray. Pass. Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
F. . ROESLER, Tray. Past, and Immigration Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
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-t ome lbappenings.
interestlng Items Concerning Jenling
and .the Neighboring Country.
Trained animal Isbow tonight.
Mrs. P. Perl started for her
home at Decatur, Ill.,on Monday.
Fred Gat was a visitor to Lake
J. W. King went to Crowley
today on business.
E. F. Rowson went to Crowley
this noon on business.
S. L. Cary made a business
I trip to Lake Charles Monday.
Mrs. D.H. Kelly of Silverwood
is intown today visiting relatives.
F. A. Boehm left this noon on
a business trip to Lafayette and
H. S. Williams and Henry Wal
lace were visitors to the parish
A. H. Humphrey is preparing
the plans for M. E. Hulburt's
new store building.
Prof. Gentry's trained animal
show is in town,and the boys and
girls are delighted.
The building for Thos. A.
Rathe's confectionary store on
the ladies libary lot is being
A. D. McFarlain, Mrs. C. D.
McFarlain and Miss Killinger
returned this morning from New
Orleans, where they had been
selecting a stock of dry doods
for the new McFarlain store.
The RECORD regrets to learn
that the Rev. W. C. Miller is no
better. A trained nurse has been
sent for, and it is hoped by his
numerous friends that his sick
ness will not be very serious.
M. E. Schell of China, experi
enced a little excitement today.
His horses became frightened at
a train and started to run, dis
figuring the buggy a -little, but
not injuring the occupant to any
J.P. Foster reports that his
firm has thecontract for furnish
ing the lumber for the new
Citizens bank building, also for
all lumber and doors and win
dows for Scott Brothers new
Work is being hurried on the
portion of Black Bros. building
to be occupied by the postoffice.
6 That room will be finished before
the balance of the building in or
der to get the postoffice out of
its present cramped quarters.
F. O. Canfield, J.A. Cousins,H.
A. Baxter, J. J. Flynn and Geo.
Thayer, of New Hartford, Iowa,
are here on a prospecting trip.
I If suitable inducements are
presented, these gentlemen will
invest considerable money in
Labor wanted on sugar plan
tation, cane cutters and loaders.
L Apply at RECORD office.
S"List your property for sale
withN. R. Strong, manager for
the Gulf Coast Land & Invest
ment Co. Office in RECORD build
Z'After breakfast and din
ner try an El Cid Cigar at Mitch
ell & Embich.
TEI Cid Cigars are small, but
good, at Mitchell & Embich.
T-The El Cid Cigar is made
from tobacco grown on the island
of Cuba; all hand made, at Mitch
ell & Embich.
TMoses & St. Germain will
sell you stock in any oilcompany
in Jennings. See them at Hol
I For reliable insurance see
Moses & St. Germain at Citizens
'Chvirt Churg oh.oii·ha ik
Ifg. They will serve-an e g
dinner in G. W'. Bumck's new
The Texas & Louisiana Naa-3
tional Oil Co. have their water. I
well at Hoo Hoo park, Lake.
Charles completed, and were to I
begin drilling today on the oil
Call and get your dinner on
Thanksgiving day at G. W. Bul
lick's building. The ladies of the
Christian church will serve it to
you cheaper than you can have
at hom e.
Work has been commenced on
the Watkins farm about a mile
south of the sugar refinery Lake
Charles for an oil well to be called.
"the Watkins No. 1." Good de
velopments are expected.
Scott Brothers have purchased
all of the brick, lime and sand for
their new building,and are erect
ing sheds to protect the same
l from the weather,. The contract
for construction of the building
is not yet let.
It is funny to what extremes a
peculiar lot of folks will go in the
endeavor to find out the business
of everyone else. Its a wonder
that some of them don't break
their necks, from the rate they
The Department of Agriculture
after an extendedisearch through
China and Japan have descovered
a beetle that devours the scale
insect which is so destructive to
the orange, lemon and other
fruits. The beetle will probably
be introduced into the United
An exchange suggests that
church trustees hang slates in
the vestibules of the churches,
I and that the young ladies -enter
ing for the service write their
1names thereon so that the young
5 men need not stand outside,
strung out in a string to see if
their charmers are inside. The
plan seems to have enough merit
to be given a fair trial.
t The above reward will be paid
for the return to Jennings of the
two ponies belonging to Oscar
Lowe and N. L. Miller, now sup
posed to be in the neighborhood
of China or Elton.
ar'A copying press for sale
at the RECORD office.
rWater cister ns, oil tanks.
for wagons or reservoirs, see J,
B. Killinger, Jennings, La.
290Until 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 haye a
good stock of Bain wagons. Call
and see us.
BLACK BRIOS. & CO.
WANTED-Sober and willing
married man for steady work by
1 Dec. 1st, to take charge of 2
horse delivery wagon. Address,
"Delivery," care RECORID office.
grOur sawmill on Mamou
prairie is now prepared to make
prompt delivery of derrick or
other material to any point in the
oil field. Leave orders at the
office near S. P. depot.
J. E. FOSTER & SoNs.
gaLisk's anti-rust tinware is
guaranteed for two years. The
Jennings -Hardware Co. has it.
Laughlin Fountain Pens. Best
at any price at Hulburt's.
gaFamily mare for sale.
Enquire at RECORD office.
QfBoard by the day or week
at J. T. Hiuchliff's restaurant.
C~We have it,have you? Grass
matting. The Jennings Hard
g3rWanted, to hire 81,500 or
$2,000. First class real estate
security. Call at this offlice.
p"Another invoice of roofing
paper ast Foser's.
Evergrthirz in 4ardware
tJENNZINGS 4ARADWARE CO.
To the Ladies. -
SOME MORE NEW i
HATS JUST IN--.
I have a complete line of Millinery Goods andg
Guarantee all Hats to be first-class, both in style and.
S- Miss Lola Moses.
1I In G. A. R. 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.
SA.D. MCFARL1AIN & 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 hos
number among the Druggists. He keeps the Latest, Fresh
est and Best Stock in the Town.
g He sells Cheaper and his Prescription Department is
Managed by a Scientific Druggist.
Front Street, Same Location as Before.