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:iO • eH'ywoodl "ros. & Dobbins Iron Works have
seecurd the services of Mr. W. E. Pace of Los
Angles, California. Mr. Pace is an Al Machin
* lst and Crude Oil iurner Expert. They are pre
pared to install A? Y KIND of a burner sotlenti
Sfiully and through his skill obtaining be.t r" -
. sultspossible. They make. specialty of t.ht
HA M I: E L B U . NE I which has had suce
p1henomenal eueces.i in California and Texas.
r. .. Pace is a thorough eugiueer and is pre- O
pated to install prumping and steam plapts or
any equipment necessitrting the use of steam.
'If You Are in
* Trouble Call on Us.
* Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works. *
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MCCOfl& CO. q
GENERAL CONTRACTORS, im
DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY
Plans. Specific .tiona and Estimates
Mr. Horse da
Owner. Ie 4d Pu
eesaa. homes feed; with PIopt -
viae, fal weihts ad right pries. It
doesn't mater to ras whether eas buy
Ssot for yS le or ha ronda--e d
ne stsfiyo . what feed yea buy
FAIN & KRIELOW
E. F. RIc- Pý &T CO., ,
Wild Lands, li:)lroved Farina and
Town Lets. Nice and Pine Lando
la Ioulsfin'u a-d Texua.
Roanoke, - - Louisiana.
I solicit your patronage and guar
antee satisfaction. 4db\ tf S
F. S. SPEI,- ER, V .
Oflice over Postofsice, JENNINGS, LA
E. S. HEM PSTEAD
JUSTICE of the PE.ACE
Collections given prompt attention. 1
A. F. H.iumphrey,
Roorm 1 Scot, BEIde
son - Hard
ufu MONEY OVER
,r $9 M0 CORN AOATS
MUVING and H-IEAVY IJAUIL
I NG of all kinds, such as Boilers,
En'ines and Machinery. Rates
reasonable. (JLY on me at my
amesideuce east of schoolhouse.
L. E. TUMAtNJ
home ilappeninge. will b
ljaIre5wttug ltse Ceeernlae JenaftnlE ome'
and the lghborg CounQatrty.
Atty A R Mitchell is iu the and I
city todsy. will
E W Coffy wen t to New Orlean tory
Saturday for the purpose of re- ness
entering SouleCollegeto com
plete his course of study. G;vna
Miss Fannie Braurto¶n has re- cycle
turned from her visit to Virginia
Mrs.Braughton who has been Th
quite ill during the past week is tist
imuch improved. inter
Death of John T. Overley. Mrs
The body of John T. Overley, the
aged 40 years, was interred in title(
the Jennings cemetery on Satur- rost
day last, Rev. Hickmann, officiat- rate
ing. Deceased was injured in a lead
pumping plant at Gueydan on also
Thursday last. Mr Overley was enti
a native of Illinois. the
For Sale.--3-year old Tip Ty drei
ler colt, well broke; also new mar
buggy and harness. Garlick & thei
Funk. F. y
Round trip summer tourist tert
tickets to the principal su.mmer ofle
resorts on sale via the Q. & C. will
route from June 1st to Septem- s
ber 30' 1902. Limiled to. Oct. 31 ade
For information regarding 000
rates, etc., address nearest Q. & soc
- C. ticket oftice, or Bil
R. W. BOND wo
T. P. A.,
Meridian, Miss. I
THiE ODD FELLOWS. Ma
D. -- lad
They Hold a Pleasant and Profitable Mi
9 Meeting on .Satnrday Last.
The members of Onward lodge
No. 69 met on Saturday evening all*
a. in regular session, but notwith thi
tr- standing that they attended to ca:
the regular order of business, CU
there was something else that u
was not neglected, and that was of
the social part of the program. mf
The wants of the inner man we
LA was not forgotten, for the mem- of
.ers brought a lot of eatables ed
tI at would please the most fas- ua
tidious. The Daughters of the %1
E IRebekah surprised the lodge at ce
the proper time, and assisted by sh
their presence in helping to in
make all present "feel to home.' j4
Grand Put iarch Buchanan of 'l
the Encampment of Louisiana was
present and gave an interesting
t.ilk touching on Lthe En.:aml:
ulent featur'e of the order.
It is, cXpe::cted in the near fu
i ture that a lodge of the encamlp
ment will be organized here.
WVanted -S::vcral boa:iders and
:roomery',en(cuirc tl' t )w bhl.o.-. .:.cst. Le
,f Bri'g s lhouse. 170 1w
S I'OISUNINiG THEI' YSTE3. O0
It is throug'h the bowels !hat
Sthe body is cleansed of impuri
toies. Constipation keeps thesc -
oisons in the syst.'m, causing
V headuche, dullness and mlelan
VERcholia at first, then unsightly
eruptions and fnally serious ill- r
niess unless a remedy is appllid.
S DeWitt': Little Early Risers pre
vent thiis trounlble by stimulating
thie liver and eromote easy, F
healthy nction of, the buwels.
These little pills do not act viol
ently but by strengthening tae
J bowels ena.le them to perform
UL- their own work. Never gripe or
edstress. Dr. Terry's drugstore.
ates The Best Prescription for Mallarl
my Chills and Fever is a bottle of OGrove's
e Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a. tasteless form. No
!FCure. No Pay. Price 50c. F
The Criie1 Is Watts W Ulle t a
Largm , ost.
What Jennings has needed i
the ice line is now about to be
'Ilflled. ~While our busy little
city is keeping up with the sur
rounding towns in various busi
ness enterprises, is nowy to hav;
a large and commodious ice tfo
The Crystal Ice Works, suc
cessor to Jennings Ice Factory
I have awarded the contract to the
Swell known Frick company of
Waynesboro, Pa., to supply the I
) necessary!macbinery and all that
is needed for an an up-to-date
) plant. The new factory will
have a daily capacity of twenty
tons, and it can readily be seen
that an ice factory of this size
will be able to supply the neces
sary home demand and have
D°1 somelieft for its neighbors.
Tne new structure will be er
ected on the corner of Church
and Division streets, and in size
will be 68 by 78 feet. The fac
ian tory will not he ready for busi
re- ness until next spring.
Signs that advertise; see Me
dy. G vney. over Two Brothers' bi
cycle shop. 149 1
nia Church Entertainment.
een The children of the First Bat
k is tist Sunday Schol gave a very
interesting entertainment last
evening, under the direction of
Mrs. F. L. Cox. The feature of
ley, the program was a cantata, en
d in titled "The Two Ways." The
tur- rostrum was appropriately deco
ciat- rated, showing the narrow way
in a leading to the "Golden Gate"and
i on also the broadway with its many
was enticing allurements leading to
the home of the lost. The chi-'
Ty dren carried out their parts w ith
new marked credit to themselves and
ok & .their leader. A solo by Mrs. E.
F. Walker added much to the en
arist tertainment of the evening. The
nmer offBring, which was a liberal one,
& C. will be sent to the Baptist mis
tem- stonary and Bible society of Phil
adelphia to become a part of $20,
ding 000 annually expended by this
Q. & society in the distribution of
Bibles throughout the entire
ss. Do not forge' the Embroidery
class that meets at Mrs. F. J, d
Martin's, July 22, at corner of in
Main and Davies street. Young
ladies' class will meet July 24 at
Rtable Miss Lula Mitchells,' corner of
State and Davies street. Mrs. G.
W. Garlick. 170 3t he
Summer complaint is unusu- a
:ning ally prevalent among children
with this season. A well developed
.ed to case in the writer's family was
mess, cured last week by the timely
e that use of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy- one II
was of the best patent medicines
,rain. manufactured and which is al
man ways kept on hand at the home
nien.- of ye scribe. This is not intend
bies ed as a free I.uff for the coum
Spany, who do not advertise with
us, but to benefit little sufferers
of thO w'hI may not be within easy ac- l
dge at cess of a physician. No fuamily
and b should be without a bottle of this
tmedicine in the house, especially "
Sto in smunl er-time.-Lansinfg, Iowa,
ome. Jourial. For sale by all drug
gan (f gists.
xct~~ W&- ----- --
'nt C, E. TERRY, M, D.,r
Special attention given Surgery, Sur
gical Diseases and Diseases of Womies
s and Children.
west Local Surgeon for Southern Paci 1
i Railroad. i
OFrr~, CIrY PiRAMACY.
hRESIENDELS DeNJOAN IfOU;
Ipuri TELEPHONE No. -.
ns~n BENTON H, THOMAS,
ightly MASTER PAINTER.
ius ill Shop on 'J hid street, west oe
ppilied Cars avenue. I
Vs pc- FrcŽ Estimnaies Given on Ap
ulating plication. Living Prices and
eas, F'irst Class Work. i
wl()l'.DS 1 GIViEN IF REQUIRED.
•i _ _.
nTrrer C . E,. HUNTER, M.D.
nve's D3 at Dnwel Trsub a epeeaaL i a
ply iron Peoo a n4 4. Ur Iloso.
Ir n. o FonCe ) . - , . ' ) ,. 4 I
4. *·i '. "' ' 'F ", t .. p' "` ,g,.
When thebusybarvestis ove'
With threshingabo t tb egin
And you make up your mind
a thresher to buy :.
Just come to our plaie and
We will want to sell you' the
Because it wase proven to be
* The best a chiae above
V,. AtChicago in the yrar ninety
. . .three.
Our Seperator is Made of Air Seasoned Whiteas6
This is an opportunity that can not be neglected, compe at once before
E. WELSH. LA. JIENNINGS. LA,
C. E. WOOTEN 1
Formerly of North
Lawyer % Notary Publicl
Land and 011i Matters and Corporation
Titles examined and Charters
drawn. Special facilities at Lake
Charles and at Crowley for furnish
ing reliable abstracts of the oil field.
All work carefully done by
hand,which prevents your clothes
from being damaged. Our prices
are reasonable, and our work is
Hong Lee, Proprietor.
Cor. State and Davies st
i _H -
TO TOBACCO IEN.
The Man Who'Uses To
bacco is the Man I Want
to come in and see how well we
are fixed to cater to his wishes.
Come in and look around, any
way. If you don't see anything
you want. "there won't be any
nard feeli ngs."
M. E. HULEURT.
Is Now Open.
Races will lie relported from the
track· daily. Location oppl. Mc1eF'ar
c lainl Ho(us. Come anud he tr the races
annonlce:d an they .'are run at the tracks.
F. A. TOCE. Pror.
e RYAN STREET,
Lake Charles, La.
i PLIA SANT ROOMS AND
EXCILLENT TABLE: SERIVIC(' .
d Rates $1.00 and $1.50 Per Day.
MRS. A. M. PIPER,
0iL. . SH.ANNON,
r uMauiSstUnr of Tla a1d
levn Ware. Gattering a ie
INrt d"a mIh or Ia ilao De.
The Pleasure Is All Yours !
S ELLING Buggies, Carriages anc
Harrness is our business. WE
know it will be good or other
wise, according as our Vehicles are
good or otherwise. Therefore we
handle only those built by reputable
manufacturers.. We have a wide
enough variety to suit every taste-a
range of plrices to fit every purse.
What you pay will be as little above
the cost of manufacture as we can
charge and live. It is our business
to see that you get the best. If you
do the pleasure is all yours. Look
at our stock of
D-I VEHICLES AND HARNESS.
BLACK BROS. & CO., Jennings. La.
CALL ON US FOR
Gasoline Stoves,Ice Cream Freezers,
'Refrigerators, Wire • Cloth, Screen
Doors, Lawn Mowers, Brass and
Malleable Fittings, Builders Hard
In fact anything that should be
found in a
FiRST-CLASS HARE .ARE STORE.
A. F. Derouen Hardware Co.
, BLACK BROS. & CO. BUILDING.
Ji JOE S. RITC I
WA-TCHES OF ALL KINDS AND PICFS.
CALL- AND SEE ME.
D. C. BRO W
Dealer in Brick, Lime, band, Cement,
Agatete Plaster. P-iaster Pari,
Fire Brick and Cl1:-y. 1k'i'e B ulldiug
a Specialty. (orreslpondence
Ollice at Residetuce 'i tl ur ",urth an*.
Cutti ag Ave.. i:ea Cl ,it a.n .
CL.urch. Lock 1 ux 4. i.
JENNINGS, - - LOUISANA