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Thehabit 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 douoling 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 is filled with good thing to eat. - HEBERT & AN DRUSS. The South side Merchants. YOUR BANKING! No matter -how small, No matter how large, The First National Bank of Jennings e will give it careful attention OFFICERS - s E. F. ROWSON, President. F. E. BLISS, Vice-President. GE . A. COURTNEY, Cashier. H. H. HOAG, Asst. Cashier. v. ---DIRECTORS d F. F. MORSE, J. P. HABERI, F. I. BLISS S. J. JOHNSON, E. F. ROWSON. r This Bank is now open for business in its n, temporarg. quarters in the Morse Building. IFOR IFOR l -e "A C. The Best Prescr ptn Grwove 3 e% 1:c Tasteless Chil ' 'a ic. ad The Formula Is Plainly P.'inrtted n EuP Tvc ry Lottle. ae So That the People May kio, c~~w st What They Are Tak in'-. Imitators do not advcrtis:e th.- i 'ormu ri a knowing that you would n, b- theiir medi cine if you knew wt-at .t c-. . 14,e conltains lrSc I ,; .... prop rti. ns t ... - Iron 9.. rO - . t--- , . ... . ... :. ... . KANSAS C;'T SOrUTEu-F " :iL..iWAY (Tex " STRAIGHT ,- S T-HE CROV.' L;iE- 1.-i KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF .-dcce Through the cheapest land now open TI for settlement in the United States. chur A m gnilicenlt col untll adapted Io thI ulttIiiat.u t tlEIII 11 ' ga inl. (ol'n. cotton El de rice, suilgrf (ant. :,lpl . i ealli)ro. Il'rl a, (})lit1sI( a l'l'(I k fallllltll ig. inlgt( and tlim raisiCip of h I'StM,. IIIu I's , ('altIt'. Ii tiir5 a lid shlee.b at tries ranginig from •be h FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS DecE TO TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND MORE PER ACRE. WRI POR A COPY Oy SCURRENT EVENTS" KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY coni 8. G. WARNER, G. P. & T. A., beth Temple Block, KANSAS CITY, MO. R. H. DL . DUTTON. Tray. Pass. Agent, Kansas City, Mo. A. Si M- E. ROESLER, Tray. Pass. and Immigration Agent, Kansas City, Mo. ii. 1 e 1i . . _, _ .." . -c :t _`. i;, ny, u.t .. er l -- . .ecd..... - 1-:, , " - hing; lome oetappentnng. heir intere.tinr Items Con(ernling Jsemnul ill nd the elghbori6g Country. their IaLrzOAD TImE TraBLE. *ý lN WIT - o No. ...............: 3.5. m. Dry ,_ - - No. ............ m. n ROUTE nY No. 9:...........4:41 pm. Our No. S........ 1:9a.m. O P- .~No. 10 ...............12:129. m eat. Z. Daigle went to Lake Charles Syesterday. N. L. Miller did business sn Estherwood today. J. P. Black attended to busi ness in Crowley today. Chas. "Delmer was at Lake Charles this morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cline visit gs ed in Lake Charles yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Boyum E were in Lake Charles yesterday. I J. H. Brace of Estherwood is l spending a few days in our town. 1 emn. Mr. and Mrs. J.B.Pardee were r. visitors to Lake Charles Wednes day. ,Iss E. S. Streater of Lake Arthur, q returned from Lake Charles this c noon. C 0. S. Dolby and L. P. Pavia were here from Lake Cnarles n yesterday. Mrs. Fred L. Scott is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Scott at E Lake Cluarles. Mrs.JulohI l a rtin,iprolprietress of the J]enings House went to ci Crowley today on business. t Thos. H. Card ner who has been engaglaed in rice Ifrming near l:ere, h:s moved to t'rowley. Your aititentlito is called to the advt. i.n this issue of Messrs. Grie:r & Cotton, civil engineer:, e. aid su. r'Ve'ors. U The n1embe111 :; of the Conire- E gs;t'iiýnil ('oir r(e ur;'iently re (I-u dst ( i to ib l)'rsent tonight at iA. t-nd,-n t family hav \ ! 0a .ena i· liar :vn or ,O'I , , -ut ,''r , s'it . i t s..stc.ie , t. Su ',. L. ,.1. , rks . dceceased. ' The nentbe's of tia C't is iat aii c(lurict lia:t\-ve .. Xt.t,t, d a ca-ll 1to go Elder Chas. N. .ila..ii .ts. of ox- and ington, Il y. Tlntt " eutl.emen w-ill be here the scon.ut Sunday in ( . December and it is excl]eted that 1001n he will remain pertalu. tly. . Mite. Cards are out announcing the a coming wedding of Miss Eliza- Mosl beth Lehmann, daughter of Mr'. banit R. H. Lehmann, to Mr.. Stanley ,, A. Spencer on WeTa- se -l wil ihe. wi allre an e- n- , i comin weding f iV~ss Eiza, /io "' , _ The laidiesoTii f I Cien'C t uli ri -. tia Chi'obk leoerta·ialy 'ell hi S'hanksgi.ing mood'd for th, u-- uocess yesterday. Their, din hIer and "supper brought them the neat sum of *67.85, and after .nw deducting $16.50 for expenses they had $51.35 for a starter in their work. They wish to thank " especially G. W. Bullick for the 4: : use of his building. The RECORD J S, m. office for printing, and all these SA: m who so kindly assisted us in 2D. m various ways to make our first effort a decided success. arles NELLIE E. WILLIAMS, Sec. S 'After breakfast and din ner try an El Cid Cigar at Mitch ell & Embich. bus- E1 Cid (Ogars are small, but good, at Mitchell & Embich. Laughlin Fountain Pens. Best at any price at Hulburt's. Tisit- Successful Hunt. ' Judge Wasey, Fred Landry, yum Sam C. Tevis, Wm. Murray, Tom a day. Bird and their guests returned Ad is last-week-frrln-their week's ou - )wn. ing in the lower waters of the Calcasieu. They rep)rt a most elegant tile, killing about 100 * snipe and over 200 ducks. Game is beginning to arrive in great " hur, quantities, but it is still a little this c rly for geese and brant.-Like * Charles Press. ava aiWe have it,have you? Grass : es matting. The ,Jennings H ard ware Co. Ling -Family maure for sale. .t at Enquire at REcotDn olice. " Elected Officers. ess The ladies of the AM. H. c(lub t to elected the following otticetrs (-ye.- terd ayv: I een President-Mrs. Spencer. ear Vice President- rs. M ar WrighIt. T1reasu rer-Miss Mcii,,rCerki the Secretary--Mrs. Will Wright. err, The meeting of the Carpent;er's Union will be held tonighlt at1 the r Eagle lmhll at 7 (,'clock. lBusincss .re r ol ) tent. S. A. l t:i',. JZ.S. at i"F'or sale, tmy riesidlnce F re )opeJrty on Caravene. \\''ite TcTxas. me ,. tI. i k. ' e, , ,.,' e ,.J - 11 i" r1 IuIFF- . 2 F "\\ -,s"... iX all of ,our notes IF F,('ou 'ilts. All kitds of loi s', Sand llllrlltOss parts, also haI , ,goot stlck of Bain wagouns. ClF F and sue us. AS BLACK nItos. & Co. I -i"\Young and middle-agaed t men smoke Ei Cid Cigars, at Mitchell & Embcih. _ For reliable lnusurance see - Moses & St. Germain at Citizens bank. ,.' Another invoico of roofi... F.unt.ILatin peu is a ulut . ut s. SFurnishirgs': din- cr1h br a in Jave yoNI see it? IfO. not ca at he once. Grass- TTIes. -Grass. bese first-las Everthin t in tardware ard ouse .din Furnishi M ses tch- JE GS 1ADWRE o. lbut Free Delivery est nedIn . A. the Ladies.th lr. * m o* lostJ. W. MITCHELLMORE EW 1000 une HATS JUST ;-. Guan ante e a lso ha s on haId a first-cssh sn,-s.tl - and Staple ana Faran Gcship.es Alo RieMiss Lola Moses. " D havao . Teoltlslee lDre oSontf r o. Dr Intee keH s to H. i H iaSot- h lot in stxcl, P nd:u m1edies P M n E wD T h lt. L. o. MIT es Man aed. b. a Sle, .thf D i.t ieLa r. " i I Ad also has oer hands a freh st Stapd e and Fanncy - o j'He sells Cheaper aand his Prescription DepartmeIt It Managed by a Scientific D~ruggist. Front Street, Same Location as Before.