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L L.TLL, Prm't D. D. ANDRUS, V.-Pres't. J. . EIPPMAN.W Cesh,.
THE CITIZENS BANK,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
D1ROTOBS--E. I. Hall, J. H. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry, B. 0
Andrus, 1). D. Andrus, D. Hebert, B. F. Carr.
Collections receive prompt attention. A general banking
D. E. SWEET, President. C. L. PARDEE, Cashier.
Jenniiigs Banking and Trust Co.
Does a General Banking Business. Collections Promptly Attended
F. B. Cutting & Co.
Have for sale rice and oil
lands- See them before
OFFICE OPPOSITE JENNINGS BANKING & TRUST CO.
Best Line in Town
Of Candies, Fruits and Oonfectioneries.
All the leading brands of Tobacco and
Cigars. Stationery and Blank Books.
Elegant lot of Box Paper.
TH OS. A. RATH E.
BLUE FRONT SHOE STORE
W. S. CASE, Proprietor.
Boots and Shoes.
Reliable Footwear at Reasonable Prices.
staple and Fancy Groceries
North Main Strect. Jennings, La.
* J. S L, S &iýs CO.,
S : Real Estate
S JENNINGS. - - - LOUISIANA.
Rice and Oil Lands and Town Lots for Sale.
'& g Son.
H iav constantkl on
SBurial Robes. Coffins
of nil kinds. Caskets,
SCloth and Metalic,
Orders by mail or
telegraphl will be
promptly attended to,
Have music in your home, when you can buy a l'iano on such
easy terms as we are offering:
Planos for $15 cash and $8 per month: (-gans, $10 cash and $5
S Old Instruments taken in exchange.
R. G. Hollembeak & Co.
Trolley Up Pike's Peak.
An electric line is to be built up
Pike's Peak. The plan is to handle the
ears to Clyde, which will give the elea
trical ears a run of 26 miles to the
peak. The grade from Clyde on will be
slight, and the cars will have no di
culty whatever in making the climb;
of course, there will be many curves,
but the tourist is looking for curves
and scenery. There has been nothing
definite done in the matter yet, but the
promoters say that cars will be run
ning next summer.
The COmintg Conesy Boy.
The life in the country is being l
more and more appreciated and the in
come is sure. The young educated t
farmer is the coming man. Irriga
tion and forestry are bound to reclaim i
what is now arid land for the use of ;
the farmer, and the broad prairies of
the country will continue to invite the
best young men to a calling more de
sirable and remunerative than push
ing pens and pencils in the glare of
a gas jet.
Britons Smoke Their Own Clgars.
The trade in British cigars has ben
efited considerably in recent years.
At one time the smoking of a British
cigar by any individual was regard
ed as a particularly daring feat, to be
admired but not imitated. Things
have changed since then and now the
British cigar, if not equal to the Ha
vana, is decidedly superior to most
i'Send us a list of twelve
names and address of those who
you think are interested in a
business education, and receive c
six cards with your name beauti
Address New Orleans Busi
New Orleans La.
,?For oil leases and legal
blanks of every description, also
job printing of oil kinds, call at
the RECOIRD office. All printing
promptly and correctly excuted.
Sne anmmo' o rgnmaussan.
The ameer of Afghanistan, Aburah
man Khan, was born about 1830. He
has been a very strong man, and held
his throne by the power of his sword.
During the civil war of 1864 he took
a leading part in support of his fath
er's claim to the throne. He was suc
cessful for a time, and won the battles
of Shaikhabad and Klselat-i-Ghilzai.
A President's Daily Swim.
John Quincy Adams used to limit his
sleep to four hours while occupying
the president's chair. At 4 o'clock in
the morning, stripped to the skin, his
clothes lying on the bank of the river,
he would be swashing about in the Po
tomac. This was his quinine to guard
against the malaria of the White
Bibles as Tahteh-Charms.
Miniature bioles are worn as watch
charms in Russia. They are each one
inch long, three-fosurths of an inch wide
and three-eighths of an inch thick, and
contain the first fivle books of the Old (
Testament. The text is in Hebrew, E
and can be read with the aid of a mag
gGood things come in small I
packages. That's why the El Cid
Cigar is so popular, at Mitchell -
Animals Like Perfumes.
Nearly all animals are fond of one
kind or another of perfumes; lions and
tigers delight in the odor of the attar
of rose; cats are extravagantly fond of
catnip, and wolves and several oth
er kinds of wild animals delight in
the smell of asafoetida.
My property on Lake Arthur
avenue. With good house, barn,
well, garden, etc. Apply on
premises toH.T.Miller. dlw.w2t
Electricity for Swedish Rallroads.
The Swedish government has under
consideration the substitution of elec
tricity for steam on all the Swedish
railroads, the abundance of water pow
er in the country not only making the
project feasible, but holding out prom
ise of a great saving.-Philadelphia
George Ellot's Rate of Speed.
George Eliot is said to have written
"Middlemarch" in four months. Some
doubt is thrown upon this statement by
the fact that she commonly worked
slowly, writing with great care and
r deliberation, and making few erasures
e after her work was done.
Adopted by the Indians.
Professor Starr, the authority on an
thropology, is an Iroquois Indian-by -
adoption. A year ago he went among
the Iroquois and formed a strong at
tachment for the intelligent descend-*
ants of a tribe famed for their strength,
bravery and prowess.
(MFrThe Ladies of thile Central
* Christian church will serve
Thanksgiving dinner' Nov. 28 in
G. W. Bullicks new store build
ing. Chili and oysters will be
served in the evening beginning
at 6 o'clock.
Dinner 25 cts. Chili and oysters
at popular prices. The public
are cordially invited.
N. ~. WILLIAS, Sec.
Queen & Crescent
The Best Line to New York,
TPhiladelphia, Baltimore, Wiýsh
ngton, Cincinnati, Chattanooga,
Birmingham and all points in
Through Sleeper, New Orleans
to New York via Chattanooga,
Bristol, Lynchburg, Washington
and Pennsylvania R. R.
Pullman Sleeper, New Orleans
Dining Car Service on both
New York and Cincinnati Lines,
serving all meals.
Full detailed information fur
nished on application.
Teo. H. Smith,
G. P. A.,
R. J. Anderson,
A. G. P. A.
New Orleans, La.
I am now doing business in my new
building opposite McFarlain's big
building on North Market street.
Pies, Cakes, Lunches and a full line
of Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco.
J. T. HINCHLIFFE.
1. , ROWO I COL
Wild Lands. Improved Farms sad
Towa Lota, Reoe sad Pine Lands
in Loasiaina ad Texas.
...CORRASPONDBNCB v 5OL.ITQ..
C. L. PARDEE
Final proofs in United Statees Land
latries . specialty. All busihes e _
trusted to me will receive prompt auM
careful attention. Office with Jeis
alags Banklin and Trust Co.
BOLLICH BROS., Props.
Headquarters for fine Bread and
Oakes. Bread delivered to your own
door. Patronize home industry.
Imported and Domestic Cigars.
Wholesale agents, Jennings, La.,
Branch A. T. Morris Wholesale Cigar
Houtis Cincinnati, Ohio.
Will take contracts for painting any
kind of buildings. Artistic house paint
ing and hard-oil work are our special
WITHBECK & BAUER,
Livery, Sale and
First-class outfits and prompt atten
tion. A large stock of Sale Horses al
ways on hand. Phone 11, Jennings,
W. H. POWELL, R. E. POWELL.
SAW and PLANING MILL
LT.i. Yellow Pine Lumber
W. H. OLINE. C R.. CLIND
J. D. CLINIE.
CLINE & CLINE,
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Publle
Oei-C--Jenaian and Lake Charls.
Proeapt atteatios to all business.
GC. E. UIJNTER, M.D.
Ferer and Bowel Trouble a 8pesatt.
Rooms 8 and 4, Morse Block.
Phone Kos. Residence 35, Office 4.
Having the best proposition of any oil
company in Louisiana, now offer
Shares of stock
For a Short Time Only.
Call on us or write for prospectus.
C. S. MORSEE,
Secretary and Treasurer.
G. H. MORSE, PRESIDENT,
We still have a few
and a Carload on the road that will be here the last
of this week. We have some Harness and all kinds
of Harness parts. We could sell you a Buggy and
get it from Crowley or New Orleans.
Black Bros. & Co.
ROUTE n SUNSET ROUTE.
St. Louis and return, Oct. 6th to 11th; limit, Oct. 15th ......$27 95
San Antoni and return, Oct. 16 and 17, International Fair.... 12 55
Cheap homceseeker rates to California points. Direct
connections to New Orleans antl IIouston for all poiuts.
Free reclining chair cars on all trains.
For infin mation lpertaining to rate.s, rolutes, etc., apply to
S. F. B. MORSE, l. J. PARKS,
Pass. Traf. Mgr. HOUST)ON, TKK. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
J. F. Sullivan, Ticket Agent.
J. A. ZABOLIO. PERCY LONQMAN.
ZABOLIO & LONOMAN,
New lot of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Shirtwaists, etc.
FREE DELIVERY. * JBNNINOS, LA.
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