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Large supply of Glasses from $1.00
Will be at Mrs. J. P. Hebert's
Hotel for one month. Will also visit
Lake Arthur, Welsh and Roanoke.
I am well known throughout Cal
casieu parish. All work goods guar
'We are after your trade ! Wa
feed line. We are after it wit
ge.od, clean, honest feed4;
prompt service, full weights
and right prices. It doesn't
matter to us whether you bht
feed for one horse or -a kun
dred--'we want to sell yeu
what feed you buy.
iFAIN & KRIELOW.
J. C. LANG & Co.
ALL KI NDS ATPRICESTHAT ARE RIGHT
Warehouse: North of Foster's lum
FREE D ELfVERY.
D.R.WILLIAMS & Co.
Wild Lands, Improved Farms
and Town Lots, ,.ice anid I 'inp
Lands in Louisiannd l'ex;:s
Office in the new -lallick building,
CORI ESI'ON D):('ENC SOLICITED.
WVe have ()opened a inPt wat! :
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Andu S t' ll S -P t I ) outh .\iali -
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BEEF. PRK, riUTTCO,
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BA.ER & 3J L,.
DR. TOS. ,. T'I RRY,
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u-'o. O~ce \r;h Chu.e ir Clime.
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tand .\Iai. 'i ,; .l' I 'aV. ' t,
Lots for Sale.
A. C. WILKINS, , MlD.,
OPFICE PHONID, 7l
DR. M. IH. ADAIS,
. ..gvll pr Molnienon's Drug Bttor.
The Line to New York,
Ph edai " timore, Wssh
ngton, inata, Chattanooga,
Birmingham and all points in
eThro Sleeper, New Oi leans
toNew ork via Chattanooga,
Bristol, tynchbnrg, Washington
and Pennsylvania R. R.
Pullma~hleeaper, 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.
E. C.RO!§I i c
Wild Lands, Improvod Farris and
Town Lots, Rice and Pine Lands
in Louisiana and Texas.
..COR.fLP4OND l ENE SOLICITED...
C. L. PARDEE
Final proofs in United States Lans
Entries a specialty. All business en
trusted to me will receive prompt and
careful attention. Office with Jon
nings Banking and Trust Co.
Will take contracts for painting any
bind of l1;ilCir "-. c. l n .."; ;.ase t
ir. and ha:d-cifl work are our sp)CClal
So iuth , il ;vo
Livery, Sa; iind
Boarding .5 .. es.
First-class outfit- :lu 1)rln;pt atten
tion. A large i'n:.t : ior es al
ways on hand. '1hote ii, Jennings,
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BOLL!CI fBROS., Props.
Headquarters fr fine Broad and
Cakes. Brcadi delvelr-cd It your own
door. Patronize home industry.
Imported and Domestic Cigars.
Wholesale agents, Jennings, La.,
Branch A. T. Morris Wholesale Cigar
Hlouse, Cincinnati, Ohio.
W. H. POWELL, R. E. POWELL.
SAW and PLANING MWILL
i.oaf Yellow Pins Lumber
W.. L CLINE, C. RI. CLINE.
J. D. CLINE.
CLINE & CLINE,
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Publil
Oflcen--Jennings and Lake Charlas.
Prompt attention to all business.
C. E. HUINTER, M.D.
Fever and Bowel Trouble a Specitalt7.
Rooms S and 4, Morse Bloc~k.
I'Phone Nos. Residence 35. Ofice 4.
W 1O LESALE
Groceries. Grain, Flur, Provisions
and Packing-House Products.
Agents Water--er.c :: CRGWLEY, LA.
Hatless Dudes at Larle.
In London last summer ih was the
custom of swells and clubmen to go
without their hats when in. ecenin.
clothes. The spectacle of young rren
going about to theaters or society func
tions without headgear became so com
mon that it attracted very little at
Trolley to the Pyramids.
The tourist in Egypt now takes a
trolley on the main street of Cairo
that carries him direct to the pyra
mids. In a short time a line will be
built, equipped with American cars, to
run from the ocean front at Piraeus,
to the Parthenon at Athens.
Futr oil stock in any of the
cslolpan ies s- M,,ses & St.
Rap;,id Writer Foi ntain Pens.
G aranieed f'or five years uncon
ditiona:llv at Hulburt's.
Ten Years' Adv:nce in tconnhilp.
The not result in r-espct of sp .ed
Is that while ten years ago the highest
sustained ocean speed was 20.7 knots
It is now 23.51 knots: the highest speed
for large warMhips was 22 knots, and
is now 23 knots on a trial of double
the duration of those of ten years ago;
the maximum speed attained by any
craft was 25 knots, as co :lpared with
36.581 knots now; while the number
of ships of over 20 knots was eight in
1891, and i. fifty-eight now.-Engineer
Ninuty 3.iles of aus 1'lpoe.
One of the longest gas mains ever
laid is a pipe of the Philadelphia com
iy, extending from the gas fields of
V;ciel county. W. Va., to Pittwburg.
The pipe is ninety miles in length anld
ten inches diameter. The inl:..al pros
sure at the wells is about "350 pounds,
ando the discharge pressure is from ten
pounda to fifty pounds. With this drop
the ps!o delivers about 10,000,000 cubic
feet of g:;a I,"r :rvtcl:ty-four hours.
Iollr not' .titcs, in the opinion of
many' lulitii;:ns. , i.y te b . ml:nitt,.d by
(' (.5 li.efore tie 'next lb:c. i , :.. 1
e'('(rio-: i'I 3I . Ti 5'( rle Oklahml t,
Arl'izonIla,: Newv 'daco t) 1(Ind thi Indian,
'Te ritory (or lpart of it) und.r i n :,v
d,.:." l:.ii* n. Two are uo n: "l:y l:e.!
(cr::tic. Oklahomia is Il ' ubli':a:a anal
t "'en Torritory will (rob-b:y be
ti . -ib .. r, 1-h.
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SItL is c:asy e t,: u:i l h to
a: l' ,ut 1 ' :, s" ,ount only
thinks a little. 'lip a . : of the aure w~ ,t II s,
Advertiser t-nts 1 :_ . "Ia , ,- . tell yea:' tt--, t'can :-t. iithV are more
readaiis-. The 'n' : I,::s ,u; r1Po n:.:: ' -: c:, co tain as !ile w iting and i;s as
intensely i:::t i, n: i:: :.:: :. a ::s::
honest Cev..r" \: . it :,.' i . .: c , i:i:-v (ia -.
tihen I' ple: :1, .. .. .. 1i t alal':,", ,, .ý`- s , .
t i s i n g i ': a n e e , ,"; -a vr -n d l e ý .: . . :. .- , p a r t o f , . . , _ -
every h si:: i -, . .t :,v .a:
bulletin, it vill t:. stil eter. -
It is lisu t.,a c,, plt want. I a e -
hearth a me: l:::' sat
*"(ii; it td-.: jiay to adive'tisi, 'ccta
people dOn't l: e. t: :ad,. Mr. ,-: l an , t
always lits i: hi. ad:t and itettotle lidlue i se
by his sit.. :t .
lIe t-as w ritu a of urse. lcohe sttn
find out the tr:ith-tclhnng place, and trade
gravitates tMat tvay w«ith ai.sl lu:te certainnty.
- Tel ::-;:nc thii::--tell it true, andi in the
best papers-a- :d it v,-i;l pay every time. ..
C +otA-. , C,-;.,,l,c .ti:tn Iat ,. s. ,ý ,itrkt. ".Mn are ont b1 ,.s 'ro-t"n ur.
MAGNIFIOENT IMPERIAL GIFT.
Work of Art to Be Presented by Kai.cr
Wilhelm to King Edward.
Herr Otto Roloff, teacher at the Ar;s
and Crafts school here, has executed
a magnificent centerpiece epergne at
the express desire and after the design
of the emperor, who intends it as a git
"o King Edward. In the center is an
enormous silver gilt bottle-shaped top
piece, one meter in height, with a
diameter of seventy centimeters. mad
after the model oZ the famous epergn
of King Frederick the First in the
royal palace. Round the centerpise e
between chased laurel wreaths, runs a
circlet with the inscription in Eng
lish: "Emperor William II. to King
Edward VII." On both sides of the
circlet are heads of lions, with rings
in their jaws to serve as handles. The
base of the centerpiece is beautifully
decorated with chased and embossed
work, representing acanthus and lau
rel leaves and festoons, as is also the
stopper of the decanter, which repre
sents the king's crown. The center
piece stands upon a wooden socle
adorned with silver gilt rosettes. The
entire pieces lies between a curious ar
rangement of corbels shaped gro
tesquely with embossed floral orna
mentation. Each corbel is of gilded
bronze differently cut and ornamented.
In the center of each corbel is a car
touch, upon which are alternately en
graved the monogram and arms of
King Edward, over which is the royal
crown. It is stated that since the
eighteenth century no such exquisite
and artistic workmanship has been
seen in Berlin.-Berlin Correspondence
Contlarl.n A:nllut a 1' l.
The swallown.g of a ;in .s less to
be dreaded t.l:n th?' cot:la:.on that
may lurk about the pin. i'nder: its
head and about the p!:lnt of a pencil
a whole multitude of disease germs
may lurk, which being given entrance
to the mouth, from there soon infect
the whole body, thus canuing illness,
or perhaps even death.-Chicafgo i0ews.
Vessl-Lodo ing Miachine.
A new nmalhi'n- to load and unload
gri:d, e' cl. iron, Ore, etc., from vc:"
ols i.s being tried in Nve York .h ar
hor. It will noco.sitati the throvi .g of
li senst macothincs in the :-ral l:il;)p.
I : W'e: r>...i:tha' t lit (.I' : i.
JENNINGS CARRIAGE & IMPLEMENT CO.
Will have office in new building corner Main and
Nezpique streets, where we will be glad to meet al..
our old patrons and cmntinue our business as in the past.
Jennings Carriage & Impl. Co. Ltd
Badly Disabled But Still
in the Ring. -
Our goods are somewhat scattered, but we are
still doing business at the same old stand.
Now is the time to buy.
La. Machine & Well Works co. Ltd.
I GULF COAST
Land & Investment Co. e
* N. R. SVTRONO, MANAGER. -
" OFFICE - - JENNINGS RECOfD BUILDING. -
* E-ow are these for Bargains in G-ood
I1 l(i() acres with good I:uise and Iarn, *
situated on canal, 1 mile from So).
SPacific lailia: . statio,'. .16 per :re
I 5,() 'es in 'Texas 011 (I (,,lorado river
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CtOWLIKY, -- LOU ISIANA.
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Con:llu~ tOY Elli i~ierS.
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CHAS. L. MCVEY.
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r" Jca:·i , & Surgeoln.
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OFFICE: City Pbarmacy.
RESIDENL CE: DeJean House.
I Ni No
;i . SHANNON,
1 Eianufatu..er o1 Tin and Galvanized
Iron Ware. Gitter!ar and Repairing
Firat door nor-Ua o0 ' grocory.