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--- ' "ME DEPOSITS.
an, A. E. I. Hall, D. Hebert,
39 tM. t 11 4i8a orris, V. D. Andrus, B. C.
' romt a~titp tOn. A lenerl banking busi.
Have oonstantly on
hand a full supply of
Burial Robes. Cofin B
of all kinds. Caskets
Cloth and Metalic,
Orders by mall or
telegraph will be
promptly attended to.
n Realty - Collection Co.
N. L. Miller, Frank Breese,' W. F. Laybourn.
-WE BUY AND SELL
L, LAND, RICE LAND, COUNTRY
and CITY PROPERTY.
t RENTS and ACCOUNTS COLLECTED.
-I 'CALL AND GET OUR PRICES.
.. Citizens Banrk and First National Bank.
PHARMIACY IS SOMETHING
of which the average ;person knows little, yet how important. What a
pseasure to the sick to know that they are getting Pure, Fresh
Drugs, the kind the Doctor Prescribed. Compounded by a Scientific
Our Prescription Department
i..accuracy and prescision, knowledge of each ingredient put in a pre
soriptiorn from a Chemical and Pharmaceutical standpoint, and unless
.they know this where you have been getting your medicines you are run
ning a great risk. We carry also a complete line of Patents, Proprietary
and Family Medicines, along with a well selected stock of Toilet
Articles, etc. We invite your patronage.
THOMAS L. TERRY,
NEW BUILDING. OLD LOCATION.
Jennings Bottling Works,
J. H. Minnix, Prop.
Manufacturers of PU.RE,
SODA POP. City and Country
B.A. RICH HART,
Roanoke, - - Louisiana.
I solicit your patronage and guar
antee satisf;iction. 48d&wtf
C. L. 8hUN T R, M. D.
-lim r nathist
fh.. sad lowel Trouble a Speau1 .
oom 8 and 4, Morse Bloek.
Phone Nos. Residence 35 Office. 4.
M. M. SHANNON,
aEn ýaturer of Tin and Galv led
bac Wyare. Guttering and Repslli
guat deor asrth of Base eo.ers..
SPENCER & GLANFIELD,
Office over Postofice,
JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA.
I am prepared to do HOUSE
MOVING and HEAVY HAUL
ING of all kinds, such as Boilers,
Engines and Machinery. Rates
reasonable. Call on me at my
residence east of schoolhouse.
" L. E. TRUMAN.
. .t aoLnu, OaLoama
3$.. otINt .
CLINS & CLINE,
Meys at Law
: sad Iotari"s Pabis
Withbeck & Bauer
' Southside Livery,
y Sale and Boarding
First-Class Outfits and Prompt
Attention. A large stock
of Sale Horses al
ways on hand
L 'Phone 11. Jennings, La.
J. C. LANG & Co.
LLL KINDS ATPRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
Warehouse: North of Foster's lum
Persons wishing thorough instruc
tion in the art of PIANO PLAYING,
call at Hollembeak's Music House.
GUY H. CURTIS, Instructor.
W. It. POWIILt.. R. . POW1LC
SAW and PLANING MILL
L~,L Yellow Pine Lumber
whether the Twentieth Century
has begun, or whether we are
still in the closing year of the
Nineteenth, is not nearly so im
portant to the business man of
The Vital Question
whether or not he will bring the
splendid resources of the
to his aid in increasing the
quantity and quality of his
typewritten work. The NEW
CENTURY stands for more
work, more speed, 25 per cent
less labor and 25 per cent less
N. L. MILLER, Agent.
Odd Fellows, Attention.
Members of Onward Lodge,
No. 69, I. O. O. F., are requested r
to meet at the Hall promptly at 8 e
o'clock Saturday night, April 5. c
Business of special importance 2
is to be transacted requiring the I
presence of .\-,'.v embt ber,
And, Brother, thuis meansYOU, A
=Don't forget the date, April 5th. a
Visiting 13rothers cordially wet- h
G . te.. £. ( ZWLL, f
antered for transmialoa throagh the smatlst
s. o.adl r. .. . .
Lt, MKU hatDua YAUI .
C. W. .' No 7
No. 4 ............. : p.
oE . t..... ...4- p. m.
s8 . ............. 1": a. m.
No ............ .. :e a. a.
10 ............p.:.la . m
lateustig slome. n aImeulug omm"g.
C. L.Pardee went.to Lafayette
on business this noon.
f E. S. Streater, of Lake
ant Arthur was in town today.
C. R. Gray, the piano man,
was here today from Crowley.
to J. G. Laurents, of iaurents,
was a business visitor in this
. city today.
Clarence Pardee left for New
Orleans this noon, where he will
Hon. Will A. Steidley, manag
ing editor of the Lake Charles
Press was a business ,visitor in
Captain T. C. McCain of the
steamer Bernie Holmes, also
mayor of Mermentau, was a bus
iness visitor in town today.
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Mann and
Raymond Smith returned to'
Crowley this morning after a
short visit with C. A. Lowry and i
C. E. Swick, the popular sales.
man for E. C. Palmer & Co., the
printers' supply house of'New
Orleans, was doing a big business
here in his line today.
J. D. Clark is seriously ill, and I
has been confined to his bed all
this week. The attending phy
sician is giving him close atten- a
tion, making not less than two
calls each day.
On account of installation of a
Catholic Knights of America at I
Crowley, La., April 6th the '1
r Southern Pacific Co, will make a
rate of one and one-third fare for
the round trip. Tickets on sale r
for all trains on the 6th, with c
final return limit until April 7th
A. D. McFarlain was quite s
severely burned on the face and s
* left hand last night by a blast of ii
burning oil at the kiln of the Mc U
Fatrlain brick yard. He was
working with the burners which C
failed to feed properly, when I
suddenly a lot of oil that had
leaked out ignited, and splashed
out, striking him in the face land
- left hand. Mr. McFarlain was
laid up a few hours this morn
ing, but will no doubt be on duty
again in a few days. P
A Solid Concern. o
As will be seen by the state- t
ment of the Citizens Bank which o
appear in this ;issue of the REC- .
onD, a very large and greatly
- increased volume of business
Sis shown in comparison with i
former statements. The Cit-.
izens' bank is composed of a o
number of the solid business men a:
of Jennings and near-by couutry, c,
and the bank is reckoned as one
of the solid concerns of southwest y
Awarded to Jenslngs Firm.
The contract for architectural T
work of the Baptist orphanage
building to be erected in Lake
e Charles has been awarded to the
firm of Spencer & Glanfield of ft
Sthis city. o0
A VALUABLE MEDICINE.
For Counghs and Oubds In Chlldren. d
"I have not the slightest hesitancy g
in recommending Chamberlain's
Cough IRemedy to all who are suffer
ing from coughs orcolds. " says Chas. b
MI Cramet, Esb., a wel: known watch
maker, of Colombo, Ceylon. "It has
been some two years since the City of
Dispensary first called my attention
to this valuable medicine and I have O
repeatedly used it and it has always b
been beneficial.Ithas curedmequickly
of all chest colds. It is especially
effective for children and seldom takes
more than one bottle to cure them of
hoarseness. I have persuaded many a
to try this valuable medicine, andS
they are all as well pleased as myself
over the results." For sale by all
Hatsl latsl fetsl
You will find in our stock the sa
most complete line of hats that '
ever came to your town. You to
can select from our stock a nobby ab
25 cent straw or a $7.50 Brazilian pei
The latest styles in Derby and 0'
Alpines. The new sliring blocks gin
are here in every shade. All ma
hate are of line fur felt, insuring
fast color and good wear, A. D. It)
McFarlWaR, 7 91
If your.are in need of
Honduras or Japan Seed Rice,
we. can supply you. Do not fail to
see us before buying .
Louisiana Rice Milling Co.
OUARTERLY STATEMENT I
hte Frnashed to the State Examiner of State
Banks by the
OF JENNINGS. LA..
in, For tho quarter ending March 81st, 1901.
Loans and Dicount ..... ........ . « .. ,518 83a
Overdrafts .... ........ .... .. 10,410 51
8New Bnking Hone. Real Estate..... 889 14
,Gsh sad Sight Bxehange .............. 106,571 95
Capital Stock ..........................159000000
!W Surplus .................................. 11,000 00
Undivided Profits. net ................7.,14 77
ill Deposits subject to check .............. 82.599 08
Time depoeits...... ................. 46,027 8
Unpaid dividends ..................... 1,0 75
g- I, J. Ii. Hoffmann, Cashier, being duly
sworn, declare that the above report is a true
and correct statement of the condition of this
J.nk. H.. OFOFMANN, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 81st
day of March 1902.
4 SEAL } J. C. ST. GE.OMAIN,
le Notary Public.
s. WHERE TO WORSHIP
Catholic church--Low mass at
id 7:80 a m.; high mass at 10 a. m. i
to Vespers at 7:80 p. m.
a Christian Science services will
be held in the Odd Fellows hall,
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
' Christian-Bible school at 9:45 1
e a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 1
W p. m.; children's chorus at 3 p.
is m.; Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p.
m. At morning service Mr. Le- t
d ben will sing "The Holy City."
11 tev.G.N.Funk williassist in the
7 Congregational church Sunday
- morning. The subject at night
o will be "Christ Before Pilate."
Wanted-Section or section
of and half rice land, adjacent to c
it Roanoke or Jennings. Address, t
e Taylor & Meeks, Roanoke, La.
r I have a full supply of special
e rice fertilizer, also for cotton and
corn, which will be sold at rock
bottom prices. A. D. McFarlain.
Clothing. Advance Spring Styles. e
Our clothing is made up of F
the best material from the best I
e standard mills. The best de- 1
d signs of the season. Our cloth
f ingis cut outby artists and made
up by expert tailors. We have
a complete line of men's flannel 6
suits, also white and fancy vests. o
h Fine serge coats and vests. A. a
n D. McFarlain. 73tf
Whisker the Cause.
Sheriff Perkins left this mor n- it
ing on the fast mail with Edward p
Stewart, sentenced in the dis
trict court to two years in the
penitentiary for forgery. This
is the man who signed the name
of Alderman Charles S. Ramsey 6
to a check and obtained money a
on it. Stewart says whiskey is a
toblame for his downfall. -Press. I
SAVYDS a. NY A TIMiE.
S Don't neglect coughs and colds even
h if it is spring. Such cases often re- b
suit seriously at this season just be- F
cause people are careless. A dose of
a One Minute Cough Cure will remove a
all danger. Absolutely safe. Acts at 1
once. Sure cure for coughs, colds, i
croup. grip, bronchitis, and other
throat and lung troubles. "I have
used One Minute Cough Cure several
t years," says Postmaster C. O. Daw- tc
son, Barr, Ill. "It is the very best o
cough medicine on the market. It has tl
saved me many a severe spell of sick
ness and I warmly recommend it." C
1 The children's favorite. Dr. Terry's
Lake Charles Race Meet. t
The Press says the prospects N
for a successful race meet there 4
on the 10th and 11th of next
month continue to brighten every
day. Secretary Moss of the As. bi
sociation is much pleased over
.the situation. He says there will fa
be at least 8,000 visitors there in
the two days. Several car loads fo
of horses will come from New a
Orleans and vicinity if rates can wc
be made. tr
A Good Investment.
488 acres of rice land 7 miles Di
east of Kinder, $22.50 per acre.
Southern Realty & Collection Co.,
WLIrsT TO M[LD' Onae3a, ep
"I had stomach trouble all my life, " wi
says Edw. Mehler, propriestor of the M
ULlion Bottling Works, Erie, Pa.,
'"and tried all kiuds of remedies, went
to several doctors and spent consider- A
able money trying to get a momeut's
peace. Finally 1 read of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure and have been taking it
to my great sati.sfaction. I neverfound
i's equal for stomach trouble and
gladly recommend it in hope that I
nmy help olther sufferers.' Kodol
D. spsepnia Cure cures all stomach
troubles. You don't have to diet.
Kodol Dyspepsia Care digests what
9o est, Dr, Terr 's Drug t re.
I Thoughbt They Had 'Em.
1t* Before the mayor's court
opened this morning and before
his honor's arrival, two Italian
organ grinders made their ap
pearance. each with a wheezy
organ and a monkey. As they
i came into the room one or
1o two drunks sitting by the stove
I looked at the animals while a hor
ror stricken look passed over
Ice their faces. "I've got 'em,"
10 they seemed to say, but when
7i one pf the Dagoes began to grind
o out, "'Tis a Splinter from my
Sweetheart's Wooden Leg, "and
ithe monks began to dance and
it beg, the old timers quieted down.
It was the real monkey, not the
jim -jams. -Press.
Rice Land for Sale.
160 acres near Katy, Texas.
at Good water and good land. Ad
n. dress Owner, room 12, Cotton
ExchLange, Houston, Tex. 818t
ill Pool Rooms Heavily Taxed.
11, The city council of Lake
Charles has passed an ordinance
15 levying the following license on
8 pool rooms:
p. When the gross annual receipts
are $5,000 and not over $6,000,
,. the license shall be $3,000.
When the gross annual re
ceipts are $6,000 and not over
le 8,000, the license shall be$4,000.
When the gross annual receipts
are not less than $10,000, the li
cense shall be $6,000.
n Provided further, that no li
o censes shall be issued for less
" than $3,000.
Those having young calves to
dispose of should address F. E.
d Garrould, Evangeline, La. 80 12t
S. P. Excursions.
s* The S. P. will inaugurate the
excursion season by one of their
,f .popular price excursions to
t Houston and Galveston, Sunday,
April 13th. The special train
with sufficient accommodations
for all will leave Lake Charles at
1 6 a. m. The exceedingly low rate
of $2 will be charged to Houston
and $2.50 to Galveston.
This excursion, as all others
run by the Southern Pacific will
be personally conducted by spec
ial excursion agents of the com- (
e S. P. Excursions.
s Selling dates April 22nd to 27th
inclusive, and May 27th to June
e 8th, inclusive. Final return limit
y 60 days from date of sale. Stop
y over privilege going or returning
a at any point west of Texas and
Louisiana line. All tickets good
to return via Ogden and Denver.
Fare $47.50 for the round trip.
n On account of the Texas Lum
bermen's association meeting in
Houston, April 8th and 7th, a one
e and one-third fare will be made.
It Tickets on sale April 6th and 7th
with final Ilimit April 1th. Ex
tension of these tickets until
1 April 28th will be mado in order
-to give those desi ring to do so an
at opportunity to take advantage of
a thelow rate :of $31.25 to Mexico
City and return.
s Colonists fares to California,
San Francisco and all points tak
ing same second class rates. On
sale daily during the month of F
March and April, 1902. Rates,
$80.00, one way, only. Ei
`HOT IN His LEFT LE;G.
1 For all kinds of sores, burns,
bruises, or other wounds IeW\irt's
Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure.
Skin diseases yield to it atonce.Never
I fails in cases of piles. Cooling and
healing. None genu ne but DeWitt's.
Beware of counterfeits. "I suffered
for many years from u sore caused by
a gun shot wound in my left leg,'
says A. S. Fuller. E, glisi, Ind. "It
would not heal and gave muem'ch
trouble. I used all kinds of remedies
to no purlose until I trild DeW]itt's
Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes
completely cured me." Dr. Terry's
A nicely located lot in Clifton
place also a choice lot on Acad. foi
emy Avenue. Eitlher of these
will be soid at a bnrgaino N. L. on
TwoJersyc:,ws forl ;I., rr,..h. B
Alply lo U. .1. Dmi.ba,:i. 10tf
WOOD ad COAL. SI
FLEf, AND PROM P'
D:LLI2ITlER 1Y A'. . pli
IlM. S. POGTUE'S.i
Phone UV, b2d t Bc
F. F. MORSE, J. -P. HAB , . .
S. J. JOHNSON. - E. F. ROW SON.
This Bank is now openiar business in i~t
new building on Main street.
, Refrigerat ors!
W..-. We have just received a large stock of the best a
.,R efriuerator s -
r the market affords. e
* I.: The weather is now warm and this is the time to buy,~
"r": while the assortment is unbroken-drop in and see them ?
We also have a large supply of .
-" ice cream freezers
r ana water coolers.
* *•-:" It will pay you to see us if in need of anything in the :=
--:""ý. Hardware Line. - ,
" . " l
..`A. F. Derouen Hardware Co..
Pone 14. H: Parker .-'
....GENERAL CO" TR XTO
- 'Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement,
The Jennings Ice ctoy is nowAgatete Plaster, Plaster Paris,
Fire Brick and Clay. Brick Buildiug
turnin out a ne qu a Specialty. Correspondence
Office over Scott Bros Store. Fron
Room. Lock Box 164
JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA.
tete lastr, At Elaster Time
is when the building business
will be in full swing. If you
. haven't given your orders for
your lumber requirements it
j will pay you to get estimates
from Foster & Sons for any
and all kinds of lumber for out
or inside work,--lath, shingles,
sash, doors, blinds and every.
thing needed in this line.
J. E. FOSTER & SONS.
•oPWriGH Phone 103.
Stylish and Serviceable.
That is the kind of Rigs you
get when you go to the Pioneer
in the Livery Business.
COOK, MONTGOMERY & Co
staple and Fancy Groceries
Nwrth Mlala Streoot Ja1
POWELL BRO3., Contracting Engineers.
All kinds of Steam Plants erected. We handle a full line of Hoilers,
Engines and Pumps. ,Also Reeves Threshing outfit.
Watch this list of Second-Hand outfits on hand now.
One 70 horse pIower outfit, Tubular boiler.
One 5o horse power outfit, self ((ontain boiler.
One 20 horse power outfit, Fire-IBox boiler.
F"ive 10 to 15 horse power, mounted outfit.
One 12 horse piower Traction engine with Case separator.
All kinds of Pumps. Let us us know your needs.
C:.LCASIEU IMPLEMENT COMPANY.
(corir 5iarkct street and Broadway. 61d&w
Walter F. Laybourn,
Orchestra Music Furnished
for all Occasions Call at Rec
ord jh ce. d44
BENTON H, THOMAS,
Shop on 'Iti d street, \ost til
Free Estima ttts -i\ ven nii Ap
plication. Living Prices a u d
First Class Work.
Bo',Ds GIVEN IiF liEQUI-WE.
MISS M. PEARL DAVIS,
x si± Teacher.
Studio, - - - STATE STREET
three doors north of schoolhouse
W. J. Mills
KINDS OF ELECTRICAL
WORK. GAS AND WATER
All work neatly and protly