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SJENNINGS __ , f L . , ..i....... A.. ,Dahlen Realty Co. " -. BUY AND SELL .City Property.. AS WELL AS RICE AND OIL LANDS. Office Over Citizens' Banh. IC. P. ROWSO ., Preiddnt. F . F.E. 1.I . t' .. ,sidrn t. Gt. . A. ,UTrzT5E_ Y, Cab'er. Ii. l IAG. A Et. la ier. DIFk TCT".LS: P. 1 io1~t, .I. P. IA1:i.I:. F. E. BLISS. i. J. J. nZsR.i)N, :. F. r , '4). This Bant iý now open for busi.-iss ixi its new bu"-;dUn on Mftn 5t ec:. ***** 4 4%"'n, =-r .,4 w m ', 4 "....r ... .. ..· ýf.:", .. ... · ,--; < , :. ..STA A. . S . tP AND 3' CitV M- TEMPORAR.AY DUILDING ON THE OLD SITE...... JOHN MART N, ...DEALER IN... Staple and Fancy Groceris and Provisionlls, VEGETABLE AND FRUITS. Select Coods at cttom Prices for Cash. Jennings Hotel Building, SOUTH MAN STREET Z L._'LL AS i.. Staple and Fancy GCroE eIies 'FRE ,E DELIV LY.. 7 North Main Street, JENNINGS, LOUISIANiA. BEST LINE IN TOWLN OFI Candies, Fruits an Con k zctonerie s All the LeaF ug 13:' ids of To')'o' ,),and Ci ;.ar s. Stationery and i:xk th oks, ri,:,t lt of L'x Paper. THE LADY L OF TASTE i, I;nows wi w t alshioin deiands can find in ,< i new Fi ll slt)ck jusllt what she wilnts. \V 1e iiv, just recei(ived from the leaiding .11i l;It r'ei s of 'I on n'. shoes a large VU iidr::. ' W il ll e 1)lsedl .0 show the new li:, t) all visitors to our store. (Call and lexamsine tie.m1. ELLIS BRAU' SONS, L A. S. RICHARD, Manager. COFFIN-JAENKE BUILDING. SLD SOLDIERS ON PARADE Members c i. A.R. March Ro Roll of Brum and Fife. Spcial to the Record. Washington, D. C., Oct.8: - "Let's brave it, comrades; it may be t~ie last march we will ever take pa::t in." This is wh:t a gray-haired veteran of Iowa said this morn ing at the hour announced for the different state departments of the G. A. R. to move toward th.ir formation places for the :: rade. The belief that it i n'ht be their last chance to I iarti a-'ain shoulder toshoulder is what l,:d many of the uge-worn veterans to brave the torture that folloied for several long ihours. Fortunate it was that no serious results followed and much of the credit. of that is due to the physicians of Washington, who, almost to a man, volunteered their services for the occasion. Following each division there was the surgeons'corps of strong young men and the army ambu lances. But the old veterans stood the tiresome ordeal wonperfully well. The great majority of them marched with precision, even if they were not as 1quick at obey i2g com1mands as in the old days. And they uenuoirstrated that forty-live years does not take a lman out of service, whatever may be the civil-service rules. They carried the old flag, and some of themn carried their mus icots and knapsacks and blaokets. 'iTh'y w:ere on their feet from early muoni.aug, before the parade began, and several hours on the march in the middle of the day, though the route was greatly shortened as compared with those of previous encampments. The arrangements were all that could be desired, but a Grand Army parade is too big an atlair to be without great fatigue. They may march again, but not many more years, and there are many who think that the time has come to abandon the most inspiringi spetacle because its fatinues fall uponi those whom the peopie would shield rather than burden. Courcil Mccting. Tim C':1 Cu ncil at its rezu!lar itlt:tlt" last ntight [)ass'd1 a 1' ".111100,i:, t e,"!1g fvi,,egavil M ain l.;.'.:' i oldriu tlh, l e ts and -lhu';s 'a oVted t ,irun wiithin the tire limiit. A. L. G;ptil'ord was api ,. u'ttii strt'ut coillmissioniter on a saalry of i75.!0 per month. On account of a hohday (,ur store will be closed next Satur day until 0 p. in. "Sterus."'' It was 10:30 o'clock when the signal guns to start were fired. The start was made Ironu the Congressional Library building. The white banner of peace and the stars and stripes led the column. The flaming stripes and starry field of the flag were the more brilliant beside the white silken banner. aboyo which perched the white dove of peace with a sprig of ivy in its beak. So the column approached the reviewing stand, and " then be tween them rode the corn :natnder in chief of the G raodl Army. G. - eral Eli Torrance of Min ::(s,ta. Beside him rode C.,1' ,I A.. Noel Blakeman gritd I:: ir Ii 'h dclay and hi aids, wii i escort d the commiander to the stand, while the b'auty and clhiva ry of the national capital gave him a welconme betitti ng a heroe who conquers in p;eace. On the rv - viewing stand \v:e.' : 1 President ai:d cabinet oflicers and numerous other dignitaries. Wedding presents at Hollins Bros& Leben's Jewelers. AN ENJOYABLE ELVET. Christian Endeavors Have a Delight ful Evening of Music and Mirth. Last evening the society of Christianl Etldeavor met at the residc1;ce i)f Mrs. W. Krielow, Cutting Avenue. Aiter the reg ular busiO ess meeting of the society came to an ealc, a very enjoyable and interesting pro grtlumme was car'ied out, at'er which both tihe young an:d old persons took p!Iart in a no tnbbe" I games that everybody einjiycd to their hearts content. Elder Charles \W1illiams led off with a spasym of three staiza:s, accompanied by Miss Mitchell, entitled "Play in Your Own Back Yard." Th'en a song by the members of the society, "Count Them One by ne." Next a quartette .by Messrs. Williams and Brown anud Mrs. l1r ieiow and Mrs s. Hou. esitations by Mestsrs. Hous and 3ennet: "The New Church Organ" and '"The Pauuer Girl". \Ate' tthe guess ing contest tll piresent partoLok of a light repast prepared by the elder ladies of the society. Col. Joe Tilery won the "Big" prize and Miss Suddith the smail one, and both prizes were -"p' r excellent". After the games were over all present voted their hearty thanks to the hostess for the pleasant evening they had spentand hoped it would be re peated in the near future. Alarm Clocks "guar-' anteed" at Rollins Bros & Leben's. SUCCESSION SALE. Sixth Juui:ial Di.tti-i't Ciurt, Parish )f C. Casnu. -a. Sn cccc sson of :E , a .e:'. 1t h . li" u ;t i . -.: ;i - i ' 1S tur.atty , to : ' - . 1 ;, t iee nti e hou. t l;,'.. ., '. I will pt ige t i .e it c'redit l!t',w' \: : a:. rise last and sn ca' , d ..: :;.f .:' cortding to 0l1,n ici. toiat tth Citizens tank, .iJean: l., Saturday, E -tf. c -. ik2, o tween the hours lrcojirbed by1 law, all thle rih't titeunte iteI- estofsaid suet-s- oou in and to property, to .i: 1 note for o;-i t2 I te pla eenote tt e0 loth si'ert sv :els 1' 'i uifor le ss, toe br;,U' esi cuso tnt ecuil apoles for o% i y 25c at flannel and sil cro waists in J'e n nings. SPINDLE TOP AGAIN FIRED. Seventy Derricks and Many Oil Tanks Destroyed a Second Time. By Union Associated Press. 3Beaumont, Texas, Oct.8- An other great fire in the oil field has given the town a scare, has aroused people from their slum bers and sent them scurrying to ward the oil field to fight the flames that has caused the loss of a million dollars worth of pro perty. Thomas Rawley is also likely to die as a result of the burns he has sustained. In fact there is no hope of his recovery. i'ree other workmen have been badly bue ued, but they will not be permanently injured. There are rumors which place the loss of life, as high as twenty, but none of these have been authenticated and are generally discredited by th)ose who have been to the field and wio) are also in a position to be accurately informed. Since the tire of September 12 not a precaution has been taken to prevent the recurrance of a tire. It came last night. If something is not done in the im mediate future it may came again at any time. Twenty com panies are seriously atffected by last night's fire. 'T'he fire started at the J. S. Corbett well and the property of the Kansas City Oil and Gas colmpany. A nignt watchman was handling his lantern care lessly, preparing for a nap, when the gas ignited. It immadiately passed beyond control. At the Walker Gro cery Co. Fruits of all kinds and Walker sell it for less. A BRAVE DEED. Young John White Stops a Ruuaway Horse and Saves Mrs. M. King From Protrtle Instant Death M.is. King was driving south tO A Main s ret this in arning,when nr tih First Nat'i),al batik. her lr:-, blee e fri ,lt;~nd an'r.d :l: n I n 0 ad -i'ush toward the ;ir :ut' . e or, l i22[ 1)n attempt . t., : , :, i, ,u L failed . onuy at act -oss the tadreet toin an COls ' lts . lt Sons' stoere h -:'ee.'',L ifl ,ilnlIV Stol)l)inu him. _;l1 's('tid as s(ce 'htl recovebrued Sand )r. Estra inyeds. Mt. . King wis taken from the Im mln acrstse, the street to hOre te excitement she wasut h;Li,;U nw', Iy,2ars Id, about I [, tands high. weight abount i," p-ul:-: one l0y imire mule yer " o'd, w\'0ght abo''t (00 Iiih l;whitie Sni) on u)se, weight -auds hi m . Anl) one giving in f r mation leadingi to the recovery of above, stock will be liberally rewarded. W.Z.RICHHAtT, Roanoke, La. If it's a "Garland'" that's all you need t.o, know about a stove or range. 336tf .-r you ' g.rer for "Dmun , ooed',.; Be;t" tour. It has uno For Sab. .-,:e e & ,al jiliC, i , good c.n l 'u'. To)e. sli att bar ':-in vlihin the text fL'w days. 31. Pearl Davis, Studio, Cary YVOIUllO. "(arland"'' stoves and ranges lst, lhmgost and use the least fuel. Sold by A. F. Derouen Hdw. Co. 3836tf "Genuine" out glass at Hoxlns Bros & Le ben's. Jewelers. Louisiana Rce Milic _- _ JENNINQS, LOUISIANA. W. W. DUSON, President, A. R. MCMURTRY, VIo.-Prllsa: . P L. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Se~retary. -IN CONNECTION WITH Star Rice Milling . ., m : LIaITED, CROWLEY, LOUISIANA, -AND White Swan Rice Mill Co., LIMITED, MORSE, LOUISIANA. These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On account of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage of some of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, Caleasieu and Vermilion Parishes. We Use Our Hulls for Fuel WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. W e have Rough Rice Bags fqr sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken Feed. Liberal Advances made on all rices stored with us to be milled. GARLAND momoIomemomE. STOVES Duraility eRoA STOVE. AND Stove or Range which comesin contact with fire is Fortified to the best advant RANGES age Against wear. Sonconveniencescen "The World's Best." g kCon°lC o c to • Stove making are adapted to noeuoMesemomoemoeaemooemeue "GARLANDS." . aterial "Gahi-LAINDS" " NO MORE is asked for are made from the rIce "GARLANDS" than best grades of Iron for other high - grade * mixed with a quantity ofALUMI- Stoves and Ranges, while they NUM, making smooth and dur- possess ADVANTAGES NOT able castings. to be FOUND in ANY.OTHERS. Sor ship Only long Workmnh eperien- The Best is the Cheapest * are employed in each depart- in the End. ment for the manufacture of the " GARLANDS. A. F. Derouen Hardware Co. ) JENNINCS, LA. B R Exclusive Agents for Garland Stoves and Ranges, Dealers in O " General Hardware, Housiurnishing Goods, etc. i D. C. BROWN ...GENERAL CONTIRACTOR aqd BtIhDHR Dealer in Brick, Lime Sand, Cement, Agatete Plaster, Plaster Paris, Fire Brick and Clay. Brick Building a Specialty. Correspondence Solicited. Office at Residence Corner Fourth and Cutting Ave., near Christian Church. ldl ° Lock Box 164. Long Dist. 'Phone 190. JENNINGS, - - LOUISIANA. Watches, Diamonds AND FINE JEWELRY. 11 1 Right .goods at right prices. Fine watch 3 10| rpnairin, and engraving. Spectacles fit rted by the latest scientitic methods and - satisfaction guaranteed. " JOE S. IRITCH.i THEO. KAHN, THE ELITE TAILOR, Swishes to announce to his pat ross that on and after October Ist, he will be located in the Huber tailoring building, on North Main Street. TAILOR-MADE $ I 4 0 AND UP.IT SUITS 1 GUARANTEED. WHEN~ GOING TO TEXAS. SEE GARLICK & PUNK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Ladies - Sterling Silver Tea Attention spoons, $3.75s for a. half dozen; heavier . :. : m... a ore elaborte .'ones, $6 ond $7o,: ' 1' " STERLING $ 3 7. :. :,.- SILVER , Extra IOLLIS Bargain oitoable, B. llR-T - .. ....I IIIil IIIn