Newspaper Page Text
.... .. . - p ,. ý" ý T n ý ý r ý n
_i .h.. e _ . ,_E iPAd-S ER e
·--~~ 6: *p-~i UAv b xeid·-p~n~~, ) 11 ~ I 1 T1T~S.
aire now ready to do
1as ,and up-to-date
ur Dressmlaking Parlors
- ocatedinRoom 10 of
e Petersen .ilding,
S. "xt t1o our store. All
WNTEDAPPrentice girls to learn the art of the
rp a fail
D. C. BROWN rem
cONTR.ACTOC R Lea
...GENERAL o1d tCIIDEJ. L
Dealer in Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement, A
Agatete. 'laster, Plaster -'aris, the
Fire 13ritk and Clay. Brick Buildiu g nit
a Specially. Correspondence
Office at Residence Corner Fourth and
Cutting Ave., near Christian
Church. , t
Lock Box 164. Long Dist. 'Phone 190. Cal
JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA.
CALL ON US FOR H
Gasoline Stoves,Ice Cream Freezers, Sc
Refrigerators, Wire Cloth, Screen V.
Doors, Lawn Mowers, Brass and I.
Malleable Fittings, Builders Eard- I
In fact anything that should be
found in a
FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORE. 1
A. F. Derouen Hardware Co.
BLACK BROS. & CO. BUILDING. U
Her Dainty Shoe i
For Summer wear should ic
I be comfortable as well as
handsome. Both requisite
are found in the Stock of
G. II. Morse & So£si.
.Coming Events Cast
Their Shadows Before
* ' T liis lThiy se-m fal queer 1tile to discuss WTinter( Clothes, biut
v waTilt to tike our friends into our cnfidece and tell
thelem sodnething. which is to be. .
We are now recei.ving our special lines of Suits that w ill
be sin)l ilyreitablet to the man who wofatd ij ty leS:' ay- .:
dEs s. jbtter You will see here the most exRlisive'T briC s :
, cut, lutide and tri.nited in a way -never before attemplted ex
S• p \.1ib tle high-priced merchant tailors. Neither have we
"1.e ti.d, out other lines, and in fIIts; Shoes and Furnishing
G ood- ,Nve lias'e made prepirat1iols that will ,justify your coni
i4 ·f-ilics to see. We want your ;t &dc this Fall and . will
-.make qv ' legitimate effort to that end.
a~'. ' V: FFIN- JAENKE 'UIL OINC
Of the Commercial League ilit
At the Eagle Hall Lotn
Sept.. 23W.. wa
The Commercial League will hert
hold a public meeting at the Ea- he
gle hall next Tuesday night, and
the public in general are cordially
invited to attend. In fact, every
citizen who has the welfare of the
community at heart should not
fail to attend; it will amply re
The following program will be
Music by the band.
Address, "The Commercial
tD League, Its Objects and Duties;.
EI J. F. Wellington.
Music by the band.
ent, Address, "The People, Duty to lu
.. the League. and to the Commu- s,
i.ug nity;" George Hathaway.
Recitation' Alba Heywood.
and Music by the band.
Address, "Jennings, Her Past,
Present and Future." Hon. S. S.
A. Music by the band.
The following gentlemen have
been selected to act as vice-pres
idents on this occqsion:
W.F. Humphrey, S. J. John
son, F. C. McMurty, Geo. Court
Iey,J. H. Haber, C. L. Morse, J. Br
H. Heinen, Dr. G. 1W. Remiage,
A. M. Arthur, C. E. Wooten, TI
Frank Moss,. A. A. Shere, E. N1. pi
Scott, F. B. Caffall, F. E. Bliss, ti,
D. L. Williams, T. C. Mahaffey, th
V. B. Richard, H. K. Midkilf, ed
J. G. Richard,; H. F. Jaenke, D.
C. Ritchie, S. A. Spencer, Judge lii
E. S. Hempstead, Dr. E. A. Lee, ni
I M. Le sy, J. bM. Cooper, Dr. B. re
C. Fry, L. Myer, C. J. Husky, sr
IF. B. Cutting, W. E. Coflin, Jos. T
it . Ritter and H. L. Ferree. ei
Press Comment. 01
We publisn below a few clip- B
pings from the press in coamen
dation of Miss Jessie Brundage I
and Miss Alma Edwards, who ti
will render the program at the "
SUnited irethrein church in Jen
nings, September 2G: v
The young lady in elocution, t
. Miss Brundage, did herself and
her teacher much credit. Her 1
!recitations were of the finest and j
OeoI were all di ficult to render. The
cutting from "As the Light Led"
was a very fine seleetion, and 1
I0uld 1was considered by some the best t
on the program. T'hehiumorous i
'11 S selections were also fine and
swere certainly rich in wit and
iiSte humor, and while Miss .1essie
has always been considered bet
f ter in the pathetic and dramatic,
she astonished every one by the j
Sp::rfect m~aler in which she
OneS. gre the huomorous. They could
hardly be excelled.-Sprinfgfield ,
Mo, Leader. THE
The Springfield Republican of
January 23, has the following to
say ofMiss Alma Edwards:
Miss Alma Edwards is a young
lady of unusual ability as a pian
ist, who has just graduated from
the department of music in the
Springfield normal school has
been requested by several mu
sicians in the city to repeat her
recital given in the auditorium of
the school building Tuesday t1
night. She belongs to an old and
distinguished French lamily of
Louisiana, celebrated for their R
musical ability. Her recitals
showed her to be an artist of
great versatility. Her tccenique
was marvelous and her interpre
tation of the great masters of
music showed a remarkably
clever conception of the great
It is a rare treat to the public
will here to have an opportunity to By Un
Ea- hear this talented young lady. Pitt
Tickets now on sale. Teleg
and the ft
'ery L a ud c
re- feet tl
.1 be UF H York
te Hundred Negroes Killed in
as a Panic at Bern C.Mis
i i amns. All
ohnt- P. C
ie, J. By Union Associated Press. P.
nage, Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 20.
nten, The death list from last night's
L. M. panic at the Shiloah negro Bap
Bliss, tist church is seventy-eight. Of
affey, the eighty injured several are
dkiff, expected to die. G
:e, D). Booker T. Washington was de
fudge livering a lecture at 9:30 last mov
Lee, night when the stampede occur- the
)r. B. red owing to a dispute over a
.usky, seat and a woman screamed tire.
Jo0. The crowd became panic strick- Ohi
en. Many of the victims were the
taken to the hospital today and afte
others were taken home. rice
clip- By Union Associated Press. sou
nmen- Berminghain, Ala., Sept. 20.- L
ndage Investigation this morning shows
who that no white people were killed
at the in the panic. A number of white son
visitors were in the church at thr
1 Jen the time and several of them
were hurt in the wild scramble,
:ution, but none will die.
If and A report from the hospital at fou
Her 11;30 says that ten of the in- tht
st and jured died during the morning, oro
The Also stated that a number ofto
t Led" dead had been found at private
n, and houses in the neighborhootd of a
to best the disaster. Seventy-eightbod- he
norous ies were at the undertakers'
te and shops this morning, and with.the
it and additions reported it seems that ter
.Jessie the list has almost reaclhed 100,
ed bet- goy
Lmatic, The Secret is Out. go
by the Washington, SI:1). t .- It is he
cth she openly stated in Grand Army
could circles that the reason GeneralTe
Miles wits sent to the Philippines -i
w- asthattheadministration feared i
a:reception would be accorded an
him during theencamlInment over
shadowing that of the secreatary
of war and perhaps even Presi. -
dent Roosevelt. Officials of. the
citizens' executive committee, in
charge of arrangements for the
ncucampmentic share the opinion go
of Grand Armny oicers.
It is known that Genueral Miles' ni
trip to the Philii ppines ws iot in I sti
Speaker Was Snutbted; .
Chlicago, Sept. 20.---Did Speak- .l
er Henderson resign because he
was not invited by the president
.tmar.e Oys.er Biay conferencs ?
SThis story comes in today, with C
Governor Albert A. Cumimins' ft
party from Iowa. President p
Roosc elt asked Senators Allison, b
Lodge.Hanna, Spooner and Ald
rich.to come, but ignored ,the 1
By Union A\sSociiated l1iess.
1(unoxville, Tenu., Sept. 20.
A box intehded for Harvy Logan,
Sthe alleged Moutnahiatrain robber
in jail here, was intercepfted by
the sheriff thid Wi6inmg. It con
tainecd tive steel saws conce.12d
in the bowls of tobacco pipes.
The man whd brought the box
For Sale-r'-Juimp seat: buggy;
also rolirg ~chair, World's It
npo8,W1 -..La: Lm Mors e, 22,it
TlHE STRIKE TI
h WILt ENDfine wof
A Break Reported in the
Ranks of the Coal
Operators. Also n
By Union Associated Press.
Pittsburg. Pa., Sept. 20.-The
Telegraph last evening printed -U
the following: Information has
been received from a private
source this afternoon that the Vohic
end of the *oal strike owas in
sight. The report was to the ef
feet that one of thelargest firms,
whose representatives in New
York have been discussing ,the
situation for some time had de
cided on a settlement, and an of
ficial announcement will be made
eiteer tomorrow or early next
WHERE TO WORSHIP.
Christian-Bible School,9:45 a.
m. Preaching, e a..m. Junior C
C. E., 3 p. m. Senion, 7 . m. d
Mission. 4 p. m. at J f.
ton's. Preaching, 8 p. a ,; i
ject, "A Citizen of the K dom l ng
All are welcome. C.
United Brethren church-
Sunday school 10 A. M.; preach
ing 11 A. M.; Juniors 3 P. M.; Y.
P. C. U. 7:30 P. M.; preaching 8
P. M. You are invitedto attend.
J. H. PATTERtSON, pastor.
p 1Retghborboob 1dews.
re ESTHERWOOD, SEPT. 19.
le George Tinker and family
ist moved into town Ifrom Crowley
ur- the first of the week.
rea Mr. James Welton of Hamilton,
tk- Ohio, was visiting in Estherwood
ire the first of the week and looking
ud after warehouse room to put his
rice crop inn from his big farm
southeast of town.
D. Pulver has taken charge of
1s the Fred Lacy thresher this sea
lite son in account for the J. D. Case
at threshing machine company.
eem Roy Culver arrived in Cedar
l' Rapids, Iowa, Saturday and
at found frost up there which made -
in- then shiver with the cold. The
ng, contrast certainly was great
oo tleavse our sunny days and find
i a frost a thousand miles north of
er' Jube Robbins and wife at
that tended church here Sunday. P
0. Rev. Hoffpauir preached two
good sermons in the new church E
etis here Sunday.
Lmy Miss Pearl Caldwell left for
eral Texas Saturday to be gone some
tred time visiting friends in Dalas
ded and other places.
avery IIry Holbrook of Legess
ei-Point was in our town Saunday.
te A JSurprise Party.
the Several of the young people
nion gave Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ran
dolr ua complete surprise last
iles' ni'4ht at their home on Main
oin istreet. Gamues and music were
indulged in after nhich refresh
mendts were served and all de
pa"ted for their homes having
eak- spent a most enjoyable time.
ident In the Justice Court.
nins' for using obscbluC language and
ident poitrin' a Qun at him was heard
isoii, befor.es-u . ~ihE1iiid at two
Alid- o'clock this after~noon. After
the hearing al the evidence, the de-:
fendant was discharged.
At the Bazaar
b the swellest line
ppes. the Cit and
u ; Walker sells it
THE ELITE TAILOR.
I take pleasure in announcing to my patrons that o
I will be in the Huber tailoring building, and Mr.Huber
tailor and cutter of Jennings, and known all over Cadae
fine workmanship, will be manager and instructor of ovr:
Mr. Hulxr has pleased his many patrons for the past:
continue to do so, under his management. "
It will pay you to examine our Imported French Cloth 'whleIwe.o
on hand after October 1st, as follows:
Le Drap de Joan of Arc de Resi', ;"
Le Drap D'elbeauf, .
Le Drap Le Marquis de Fontas b'
Le Drap Le Duck D' Orleans,
also a big line of
English High Art Novelties,
Also Blacks for full dress, weddings and Tuxedo. I will be pleased, t
will give us a call and examine our goods.
THE ELITE TAILOR.
d1UOOV 14ImE counts up in the course of a year. Own your own " i:
S HI gy. It will soon pay for itself, and give you a £er :.
e satisfaction all the time. We have on view at our Repositorly a line o(
e Vehicles which leaves little to be desired. Their room is better than thel :,
l HIRE '. I:RB
pr company, and we, therefore, propose to part with them for as little as we can
and live. This is your op ortunity.
P u" BLhACK BROS. & CO.,
r tJ, 4:I1O S, LIQUISIRMA.
. Watches, Diamonds
8 AND FINE JEWELRY.
R.ight goods at right prices. Fine watch
1repairirng and engraving: Spectacles fi t
ted by the latest scienific methods and.
s: satisfaction guaranteed. ' -
\A JOE S. RITCH.I
,oo MATTING iMATTING!I
ing 100 Bolts Just Received.
im Over 50 Patterns to Select From,.r -
Prices from 12 1-20 to 60c.
of - _ _ -
a e COT' B ROS.
Exclusive Farniture Dealers.
Lar P. S. We lay all Matting over twenty cents a yard. -L•
The WHEN GOING TO TEXAS.
find SEE. GARLICK & FU N ,
h of REAL ESTATE BROKERS, :
atPOWELL BROS., Contracting Engineers.
two All kinds of Steam Plants erected; We handle a full line otFboilers,
arch Engines and Pumps. Also Reeves Threshing outfit.
Watch this list of Second-Hand outfits on hand now.
One 70 horse power outfit, Tubular boiler.
One 50 horse power outfit, self Contain boiler.
f One 20 horse power outfit, Fire-I3Box boiler. : v
oe Five 10 to 15 horse power, mounted outfit.
One 12 horse power Traction engine with Case sepa0rfor.
las All kinds of Pumps. Let us us know your needs.
CALCASIEU IMPLEMENT. COMPANY.
Corner Market street and lroadway. 61d&w
Thepl e il Duhncain Stiido
ls n- Photographs Taken Rain or Shine. .4
Nain Copying and Enlarging a Specialty.
were Picture Frames and Frames Made to Order. We finish work .' "'i
esh- for the Amatuer and keep a stock of supplies foi those *i:.
Sde- wish to do their own work. - .: '
e-u First class work and prices reasonable.
it U f\NOT HER. SELECLTQIC
I de w " MOnTr TI~"r
i Fitte, Loose . SUr,ITQ oB1T ;"
Dta01 rds i
S Quality the Best." Sc
*Special prices for a few4
1R B ': l!