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SSteam Fitting, Heat.
.:: all Classes of Pipe
o, Main street, Jennings, La. .
I have added to my stable ,
several new rigs. Any one
Savoring me with an order 5
tiv get a neat turnout.
-- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 0
Yours to please at all hours.
C : S. BLOM ;
'Will clean and repair your Sewing .,
Machine, ready for spring sewing, J
or, if you need a new one can fix y
o: out. Prices from 816 to $50. e
Alsan a few second-band Sewing
Mac": uhines, put in good working ?
S A J order om 5.00 to 10.50, for sale "q
; Have a Weyman & Co. Piano,
- gerly newr, for sale.
Agency American Steam
" .aundry & Dye Works.
. Plaee 161.
IR C. C. GILL, D. D. S.
. . DENTAL SURGEON..
R s I and 2, Colin-Jaenkeh Buildipig.
W. JoW . MILLS
SO, -,M I sOOTT BUIL.DINK, FOR
. - a pRER OR COLT
SActylene Gas Generators
Call and see me. Hare somethint, that will
latoreat you-for your Store or Rceidcnce lighting
All work carefully done by
hnd,wihichpreventsyou r clothes ml
from being damaged. Our prices
are reasonable, and our work is
Hong Lee, Proprietor. Or
:. . Cor. State and Davies st
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The undersigned will sell at La
public auction, one and one-half
mile southeast of Jennings, on Cr
Saturday, Sept. 27th, at 1:00
o'clock p. m., the following prop
erty, to wit: ley
One span of 4-year old mules, I
4 milch cows, 1 yearling heifer, ley
1 spring call, 1 single pony, 1 lot 'r
of hogs, 1 wagon and harness, wit
1 single buggy and harness, 1 no(
corn planter, 1 cultivator, 1 plow, L
1 harrow, household goods, 1 we
tbokiug stove, 1 bedroom suit, 1 blo
sewing machine, 1 dining-room r
table and other articles too nun
merous to mention.
The terms of sale are, all sums We
under $10.00, cash; all over that \
amount, three months time, pur- C.
chaser giving notes with ap las1
proved security. Eight per cent.
off for cash. ,
L. R. PAuEu. r
1. N. WEBB, A uctioneer. W
We do not grind our chaff, h
therefore are offering pure the
Bran and Polish for sale. i
Louistanr Rice Milling Co.,
Ltd. of t
Jennings, La., September 15th, cee
1892. Notice is hereby given X
that the personal effects of the cail
late C. E. Nash, deceased, will bh Co
sold at public auction, in Jen. was
nines, in front of the Citizen lion
Bank, on Saturday, Septemther T
the27th, 1902, consisting of th li
following perslonal propertSy, v,z. *Jr'
One span of horses, two SivCe .A (
watches, One box clothing. to J
E. 8. HEMPSTEAD, 'r
Administrator of Succession of loLn
" - E. Nash. 219 t10 of ti
Reltlz Coming to America. Ass
S Ipeoial to the Record. ut
Amsterdam, Sept. 25.-Among
the passengers sailing for New TI
S ,,orki today is Mr. Reitz, formerly agal
: state secretary of the Transvaal Bre
a.peublid. The purpose of Mr. was
)ie ' its' visit to America is to de- Jud
$ :-9 ier a series of lectures for the ovid
'bnmeeSt of he Boers. D
At the Bazaar trai
ooinplete line a
-ns Capes, Mt
t9 and long h
~i f1 to fre
J. .i. rMMXW L, V.' fires. a.u ., A .y .
TheAcme Supply UonmCoA.ii
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
SOil, Gas and Water Well Supplies....
A Jzg1'~o. Ages br es' ie e
o. . re -·a- P.fs,
:i.. -. eaWaz, .OaBoil p ana
... Specifications for Rice Irrirtion Plants Furnished on Aoolications!
Stores in all principal Oil towns of the country,
the only exclusive oil well supply house in Jennings.
.R.BRANCH HOUSES! '
.: Beaumont, Corsicana, Sour Lake, Texas, and Jennings, La., Factory, Toledo, Ohio..
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S" H ome 4'appctnintee.
he n tuter.estng ItElmns oa.ncernlng Jeaningl
ces and tihe 14elhborln Country.
k is S. Gary went to Crowley today.
Phil Hoezel returned to New
Sst J. S. Lewis went to Crowley
today on business.
J. H. Heinin returned from
at Lake Charles today.
caf Miss Gertie Veatch went to
:U Crowley this morning.
S C. N. Williams went to Crow
ley today on business.
[es, Mrs. D. Hebert went to Crow
er, ley today on a week's visit.
lot The embroidery club will meet
ss, with Mrs. E. A. Lee Friday after
, A walk is being built on the
1 west side of the schoolhouse
t, 1 block.
rm Mrs. P. Unkel and daughter,
u- Miss Anna., came over from
ms Welsh this morning.
at Mesdames S. A. Kitterman and
ur- C. R. Cline went to Lake Charles
tp last evening to visit afew days.
nt. Mrs. Gerg, Hathaway and
Mrs. F. C Mur,,trv and daughter
ar rived last ni,ht. from Rckville,
f, Mrs. C. J. N ihe arrived from t
the north this morning after an
mouths visit with relatives at l
The supper given by the ladies
of the Baptist church last night
was quite a success, the net pro- r
ceeds being $4-3.
en W. Lumpkin has gone to Mus
he catmne,Iowa to join in the reunion a
b, Crocker's brigade of which he
n. was a member during the rebel
cr TIefLn.ke Arthur Christian En
i 1riaor Socict. "ill hav,r a min
s. io nr-v r:'ll.. Sun'la; y. Sopt 28. e
v A (.tli l inl i-.otn, is extended '
to Jennings [CH.Ple.,
The second rntllar m ney-to
of loan meeti n_ of the stockholders
10 of the Jennings Buildinu & Loan p
Association will be held tonight
at 8 o'clock in the Citizens Bank
The case of D. Gamrnage 1
y against Larry Fruit and B. H. tt
al Breshner for assault and battery
r. was dismissed this morning by
e- Judge Hempstead for lack of
Dr. J. D. Trahan of iLafayette
came over on th.* early morning
train and operated on Dr. T. L.
r Terry today. Dr. Terry stood
the operation well, and is feeling to
some better this evening. f
S Re opening Exercises.
The re-opening exercises of the th
, Methodist church will take place of
this evening and continue until
Sunday. Tomorrow afternoon a
free social hour and refresh
-ments free. The public are cor
dially invited to attend all the ser- tj
T 1 HO. KAHN,
THE ELITE TAILOR.
I take pleasure in announcing to my patrons that on the first of October
I will be in the Huber tailoring building, and Mr.Huber. the reliable,veteran
tailor and cutter of Jennings. and known all over Calcasieu Parish for his
fine workmanship, will be manager and instructor of otr High Art Tailoring.
y Mr. Huber has pleas* d his many patrons for the past 1$ years, and will
continue to do so, under his management.
It will pay you to examine our Imported French C:otl which we will have
on hand after October 1st, as follows:
Le Drap de Joan of Arc de Rouen,
Le Drap D'elbeauf,
Le Drap Le Marquis de Fontainbleaux,
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 if you
will give us a call and examine our roods.
THE ELITE TAILOR.
WHEN GOING TO TEXAS.
sE-. GARLICK & FUNK,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
I cviviLal IfeettillgS, still co(nltinue.
at tl i M E Churic h with inc'reas
iu inlltre.st. IReop,,ning services
begin tonight to c,ntinue over
Sunday. Everyd dy is cordislly
Dr. W. H. Hickman, chancellor
of Debow University at Creen
Castle, Ind., is now in the city
and will speak tomorrow evening
on "The Leadership of the 20th
Will Revise Maritime Laws.
Special tothe Record.
Hatuhulg, ' pt. 25-- N 'ary
evelry c.iu t ry ot the civil z,'i
world is re) l'esO-ittle( at til, iin
nian i session f the il t''lliti , l;a
M\laritime co.ference, which s,
gan a three-Jlays' sssiot here
today. Everett P. Wheeler, J.
Parker Kirkli.n and A. Gordon
Murry of New York, and George
Whitlock of Baltimore are Ipres
eat as representatives of the
Maritime Association of the Uni
Mexican War Veterans.
Special to the Record.
Paris, Ky., Sept. 25.- The Na
tional Association of Mexican
War Veterans bhgan its annual
meeting and reunion here today.
Mrs. Louise B. Kernan wishes
to announce that she can now be
found with Ellib Braud's Sons,
in the Coffin-Jaenke building.
where she will be plased to show
ithe ladies of Jennings a full line
Jf stilish millinery. 225dwlw
35 and 40c Pine
apples for only 25c at
the E. F. Walker Gro-i,
oerv Co. '
WINS iN A IWALK.
The Latest Advices Indicate Pujo's
Nomination by 2000 Majority.
Lý1test rep)orts show Pujps ma
jority in the district 2000 as far
as heard from.
The vote in this precinct was
212, of which 199 were for Pujo,
10 for Blackburn, 2 spoiled and
1 blank. The indications are
that Pujo will be the nominee by
a good wmaj rity
'1l, work! onl the alerworIks i;
p!r, grsing v,-oy I a;)idly. They
<kep well ahbnt lT feet, and
started driliig the ig ell today.
The pump will be put down 2i
feet to insure plenty of water in
dry weather. Work on the sewer
also is p)rogressing very good.
The force of men has been in
creased to fifty and more will be
added at soon as possible.
Wanted -Two helpers, at ones
at Ritter Bro.'s machine shop.
'J'he Kin dergartelu and Primary
depa.rtment of "Briggs' Special
School'" will begin on Monday,
Sept. 29th, 1902.
227d4t R. M. BRIGGS, Prin.
Salesladies Wanted ,
" P AT :
%I Before You BuyJ.
Come and see us, and if we
do not sell you what you
want somebody else will.
We are offering at a close margin:
Belting (Rubber and Gundy), McCormick Standard Binder Twine,
Buggy Harness (Single and Double, Milburn Wagons (One and Two-Horse,
I Buckeye Machinery, Moline Plows,
Breast Collars, Machine and Harness Oil,
Boot Rubbers, Mascot Cultivators,
Whips (3 to 10 feet long), Surreys,
Work Harness, Saddles,
Wagon Umbrellas, Stirrup Leathers,
Wool-Faced Collars, Spread Rings,
Warm Surrey Shades, Sun Shades. I
CalcasieT Implemenit Companl, Ltd.
I. " COR. MAKET ST. AND BROADWAY, JENNINGS, LA,
For Sale on Easy Terms.
The subscriber has 10,000 acres of Oil and Rice
Lands located on both sides of Bayou Nezpique,
in Townships 4, 5 and 6, Ranges 1 East and 1 and
2 West. which he is offering at $12.50 per acre.
One-fourth Cash, Balance in one and
JAMES H. HOUSTON,
ROOM 5, SCOT T BLDG, JENNINGS. LA.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions.
FREE DELIVERY. JE~NIJAG, LR.
I Design to suit your taste.
All kinds of furniture repaired
and reconstructed. Call and ex
aruine samples of GRILL and
MANTLE work. Shop north of
Racket store. 73d&w
MARK D. RITTER.
is Now Open.
Races will be reported from the
f tracks daily. Location opp. McFar
lain House.. Come and he"r the races
annonced as they are run at the tracks.
F. A. TOCE. Pros
And all kinds of
MRS. N. J. BUMCLE
North of Jenniong Ioe aibh3