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JNNINGS DAILY RECOI0
JENN1NGES, LOUISIANA, SATE2RDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1902
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om a popularity is due to many reasons, but prie of
ha all ties have strictly up stro date and de
S merchndise, and correct prices on each and eery ari
AStiOe puhed ahtds isr
verifyhis by pe so inspection. No W ille to show
ir answer . qestions.
fi'ens Ready - To- g to Thrifn
iennminal popularity is due, to many reasons, but princi
Theexclusive ideast thweat all tines have strictly up to date and de
mamteri hanals ise, and correct prices on each and eler arti
igs. Our assorticle purchased at this store means of standard
ry rhas thefrms pet. ree unapprsonal garentee; and it is an acknowled
abole es prices are lower than others for similar goods,
~c me ndj verify this by personal inspection. No trouble to show
s wtons and sot seams bakesn frns.
.LadesNorfolk Tailor-made $89.qualit Black, Brown and Bl.5ue Dress
Suits of excellen- Skirts, made of heavy Broad
aket nished with stitched s in greenlot, stitched with two rows of satinrose
greebad, a real $15 value at a waist of7.00 alue, our price 5.50.
The exclusive ideas that cannot be 5 n Ladies French Flannel
obtained elsewhere not only in styles . Waist., a $2 quality at $1.50
bu10.t materials and orrectns in shd- Ladies French Flannel waists
Sugs. Or assortment is most varied UUnicely trimmed sloteves, s front
n every respet. Three unapproaf ch- and back $2.50 q a i st at $.00
' abstle values in Q 7ý Ladies French Flannel
Cheiotswaists in white, pinkand whitgren. rean
:; ] Ladies' Norfolk Tailor-made $3 o ualt at $2.75
ton; eep, heavy-stitched flounce skirt, vy Taffeta Silk waists colored
jacket finished with stitched bands in green, red, white, pink, and old rose
- gree, and grey, a real $15 value at a waist of $7.00 alue our prSheetsic, De-5.50
0 LadiesL Blouse Tailor-made 200 Ladies White Pique waists new
dest styles, laige sleeves, stock
ý good of superior quality of collar and tie a $2.50 w a i s t at 48.00
heviots, colors re andl $20 suwhite, anmade out of
bluprices: $180, 20, $22.50 and grey, re$25.al alue q6.50 Secaly, vaings at frc.
SLadi Perale LaWrappeies' Tailor-made rsit of
SfLadiesne quality of Broad Cloth this week; lively sell
and Chviots, elabortel trimmd, inKimonos,
with stitched silk ans nd tailor-with Persia bads, 75
stihched slot seams; jacket lined with 0 81x90 ready-made Sheets, De
good qualit satin and Taluffeta silk, 48 fender brand, 75c quality, at 48c
newest turn-back cuffs; a real $20 suit, r CPillow Slips, 42x36, made out of
special $1cket5. lso a full line of tilor-he beoo quality cotton, 12ac val., Oc.
maine Sits at the followingth special tche 3-in. Unbleached Domestic,heay
prices: $18.50, $20, $22.50 and $25. quality, 7c valne, at Sc.
Snadies Jac ets. 98 C LadiEs' Percale Wrappers. ruf
Ladiesn, araied bottom, $1.25 quality, a t 98c
1Le offer Ladies' o aloing 49C Ladies' Flandnelette Kimonos,
Jackets, made of excelent al- trim ned with Persian bands, 7c
with stitched straps,newestfusleeve, wou quality, at 49c ,
Melton; regular value $10,at$75
S Jckts of the best qua value, atf d rde Outinc.
,aAre lton Inthed rith i 5O Babies' Caps, in white, pinksand
Satir , Mostitcnhed satin bands, vel- blue silk, 75our and $1 qulity, 5c.
vet collar, heavy stitched turn-back 5nel ,c quality, at 5c.
ufs, finished with satin bands best e Fll, eeced Jc qual ersey Ribbdc.
satin.lining,a real $15 value at e10 250 Ladies' Flannelette tndershirts,
all colors, SUc value, at 25c.
I mad ine o o , k .C Ladies' and Gents' Umbrrells,
with stitched straps,neest,ull sleeve, would bhre chep you5, our price c.
a; rO Gre1,50 coat at sK".o50e wa ud 30 bercheap ath ao ou p ri 4
a U 1band. t O pieces of gUood gIade Outing
Are You Inaugurated new ru le in our storted pattEvernsboughy week we
to give our p s some ne ell and it our special price c. -
Inyers and barga seekers ate h Ladies' Fleeced Jeerey RibbeMon
We hae naugurated beak ruMus in our store. Every week we
will gie our patrons some goodsew bargains and it will pa thrifty heu
yers and bargain seekers to watch our change of ad., every Mon.
r day in this pape ei. For it will a dollas to you
Patterson ER Props.
a Watch hehis Soace!
- '., ATTERSON BROS. CO., JEWELRY
e elers and Music Dealers, are re
aranted bin the building foimerly
the Hollebeak Music House. RTheir
stock of Jwely, SileCoe and Mctioners-es
ical oods is riing dbaccosil and they
will soon hae on d iplant It of Paection a
of goods that ,ill stlt a! t::se,:.: They
are now able to take caeic of all trade
in their line,
A Your Distion. Use "GARLAND" Stoves and
The President Talks About
The Present Politi
By Union Associated Press.
Roosevelt is convinced that the
republican party must work hard
to avoid defeat in 1904. He has
already called the cabinet to
gether for the first time in four
months, and has made it plain ;to
the members that he believes it
incumbent upon the administra
tion to get to work, and aid every
way to secure legislation that
will satisfy the people.
While he has not been entirely
specific in stating his views, it is
known he will strongly urge the
passage of laws curbing the
trusts, and has stated privately
his opinion is that capital is get
ting too great a share of the prof
its, and some means must be
devised to complete concessions
to labor and consumers. It is
said by visitors who talked with
the president today that he feels
the recent elections have given
the dominant party a new ilease
of power for a short time only,
and this will not be renewed at
the polls two years hence,junless
congress acts vigorously wise.
Birthday Party of Elder Charles N.
Williams Celebrated Last
Last evening the many friends
of Elder Charles N. Williams,
pastor of the Christian church in
this city, gathered at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Williams, and proceed
ed to make merry, it being his
Amid music and flowers the
young and old enjoyed them
selves from 8:30 to 11.30 o'clock
and all were sorry when the
leaving time had come..
Messrs. Freeman and Leben
and Misses Mitchell and Dayis
per formed at the piano and sang
a number of selections. Several
quartettes by Messrs. Freeman,
Leben, Thrash, Williams and
Bennett. Dr. E. A. Lee made a
nice little , l: (h in behalf of the
guest and was iesponded to by
Elder Williams in a very feeling
The birthday cake contained a
piece of money and a darning
needle. The one who got the
money wasto marry first, and
the one who got the needle was
to be either an old maid or bach
elor. All the young ladies and
gentlemen were invited to step
t the table and try their luck.
Proffessor Anderson, after a
number of slices had been cut,
was the lucky man, and will to
day proceed to spend his ]ucky
piece for some "2-fors." Miss
Kirkpatrick got the needle, but
it is not certain whether a
thimble goes with it or not.
All enjoyed the supper very
much, and especially the choco
late and birthday cake, f r there
was not enough left for the young
fllis to take home to dream on.
The table was. very uniquely
dressed with flowers and fruits,
and the centre piece was an ele
gant piece of cut glass, repre
senting "the fountain of life",
with twenty-six wax candles ar
ranged around the circle base,
School Board Declares to
the Public that Quar
antine is Off.
Get ready the children for f
Monday morning--scarlet fever i
has run its course, and we are
informed that there is only four
cases, and that of a mild nature. c
So, therefore get ready (the
school board says) and send the t
children on Monday morning. c
Officer Williams Has a Hard Run to
Catch a Negro.
Yesterday afternoon Charles
Williams was called upon by a
negro woman on the south side c
to arrest Will McCoy an ex-con- I
vict for assault and battery. The
officer went in search of his pr-is- t
oner, but not knowing him, the r
man gave him the slip, running t
through the negro saloon in the t
south end at a Maud S gait and 1
got away. The officer, not to be 1
outdone, made a search of South
Africa last night, an. succeeded
in catching his man, but not after
some trouble and amusement.
He went to Keller's dance hall
and found a coon on a bed'up
stairs, put the bracelets on him t
and started for the sweat box. J
On his way down stairshe turned
the prisoner over to his brother
officer, Ben Purcell, and seeing
a lantern thought he would take
a peep under thd bed. Here he ,
found the much wanted man.
Without parleying McCoy came ,
from under with both hands up (
and walked to the station house ,
as meek as a lamb.
McCoy has served time for
crime, having been sent up from
White Castle. He is thought to
be wanted in New Iberia,Morgi n
City, Shreveport, New Orleaus t
and Beaumont, Texas. He is a t
mulatto, about 5 feet 8 or 10 f
inches in height and weighs 1:
about 150 or 160 pounds. He
claims that he lives in New Or- f
Verdict of the Jury.
A coroner's jury was empan
elled yesterday evening, consist- I
ing of Judson Harris, W. B. a
Clark, Jas. F. H-Iutchissoun,. E. N. f
Daggett and H. S. Wilkinson,Jr., a
to inquire into the death of Adam
Landry. They reported that thet
deceased came to his death by i
being struck on the head by the
windless on the laenke bridge
striking him on the head.
A Pleasant Social.
The United Brethren people
held a social last night at the
residenceof R. E. Butson. It
was termed a "shoe"' social, and
all were required to donate in
cash twice the amount of the c
size of their shoe. Cake, coffee
and apples were served, and
everobody c njoyed themselves.
TO BREAK UP
Roosevelt Scheming to Re
duce Southern Rep.
By Union Associated Press.
Washington, Nov. 8.--It is the
purpose of the Roosevelt admin
istration to bring about the long
discussed reduction in the rep
resentation of the Southern
states, both in republican nation
al conventions and in the house
of representatives. To have a
free band for accomplishing this
purpcse, the administration in
tends to obtain the pledges for
sufficient party support from
sure and safe republican states
in advance of the next national
convention to assure the presi
dent's nomination for a second
'term without reference to what
the republican delegates who
come up from the "solid South"
President Roosevelt, it can be
stated upon the highest author
ity, has given his personal appro
val to the proposition to reduce
the representation from the
Southern states. -
At last Crowley people have an
oil well, even though it be a
pumper. - The well of the Crow
ley Oil and Mineral company of
Prairie Mamou was shown by
the driller to be a pumper on
Monday, and was accepted by
them. The example held out to
the Acadia people by the enter- i
prisiug citizens of Calcasieu in
the "Jennings" field, seems to
have had good results.-Lake
"Enterprising citizens of Cal
casieu," kind readers, is justa i
new name the P:oss has given
Heywood Brothers of Beaumont, t
The Heywood Bros. are only
two among half a hundred in the
Jennings field besides they are 1
of Jennings and are "enterpris- I
ing citizens of Calcasieu."-Jen
Tut! Tut! Quit your sciap
ping boys and use your valu
able " printers ink" to boom the
best section of country in the
union, Crowley, Jennings, Lake
Charles, et al. The doctor says
we must not be disturbed while
BEY WOOD BROS.
Is a terse expression for the
consolidation[,i tl e famous Gen
try Shows. For almost a quar
ter of a century theGeutryBros.
famious trained animal Shows
have been the leading tented ex- 1
hibitions of this country. This
season finds the palades and per
formnance twice the size of for
mer years. Two herds of Baby
Elephants,Two Mammoth droves
of performing Ponies, two cara
vans of educated Camels. A
double drove of educated logs,
an augmented Company of per I
forming monkeys, to say noMthing
of themany other new and in
describableacts introduced,sinc~ ,
Ih permanent corsnlidation of
these mighty shows. Superb,
inacurately discribes the merits
of the consolidated paradhs of
Gentry Bros. Famous shows
united which will exhibit here
Saturday November 15th at 2:30
and 8 p. m. on snuth Main st eet.
Pocket book containing forty
d )llars in currency, note for
$260 payable to G. H. 13utier, and
other papers. Liberal reward
for its recovery. Leave at Rec
ord office. 2ti4 5
Wanted--Rteliable and ener
getic young man as clerk at S. P.
Railroad oftice. H. L. Davis,agt.
W. W. DUSON, President. A. IL )0bUR.M Y, Ve*es4'isldeesat
P. L. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. AL.LISON, Secretary.
Star Rice Miing Co.
White Swan Rice Mill Mo.
These mills are under one management this season, the amne as last. :n :
account of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage
of some of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, COleasiea and
We Use Our Hulls for Fuel
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED.
We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chick nR.
Feed. Liberal Advances made on all rices stored art,
with us to be milled.
All Orders Will Receive Prompt
You really s ave money when you buy a thing
you need, of the sort you need, for less money , s
than its proper price. You don't save money
when the lowness oflthe price tempts you
buy something not so good, or in soma way
wrong. Mutual interest is a strong tie. It is
greatly to your advantage, as well as c ars, to
buy what we have for sale. Our offeri ::gs are
exceptionally desirable and we guar rantee -
that you will be satisfied. -
Remarkable offerings in Banner Men's Flannelette Nigl.. G.wns."d -
brand Waists, large lot just received, an eqceellent quality, onl ...... ''t4
at closing-out prices. Now is your Better grade Men's Flnier' tte 00
opportunity to secure a good waist at Gowns..................
the price of a cheap one. Velvet Celebrated Star Shirt or men, the .i
Waists, in automobile, drab, blue and best made; guaranteed isolite- | 7
green, the usuel $5 article A.UU ly fastcolors, regular t-rade. U EU
Embroidered Flannel Waists, hand- Elegaht Mnadras-front hirtsfor men,
same effects in red, green and a double stitched through u., reg- A/O
red, usual $5.50 article, for......3 U ular 75e grade........... FO
Silk Stripped Flannel, in blue, pink Men's Fine Flannel Shirts, in I '
and red, very pretty goods, usual blue, green and red, on:y ....... Li
selling price $5, will now sell 3 75d Men.s good quality Fieece-lined Un
for ............................ dershirts and Drawers. s od e'se- A(ioe"
Handsome designs in Velvet Waists, where for 50c, only............'
Persian effect, the latest and swellest Extra od quality -ied an
thing in Waists, from $1 to 0 Ribbed-fleece Unders'i a nd Draw
only ............... rUed, rw, $uI Drtw
lannel and Flannelette Waists, in ers, red, brown, blue,.,,ite, ye loward
all grades and descriptions. Assort- grey, cost elsewhere 75,". 48
ment large enough to suit everybody, only .................. ......
both in styles and prices, 0fl Men's Wool-fleece U id ,bhirts Lso
from . U and Drawers, worth $1. only.....U
REMEMBER, WE ALTER ALL Good Wool Under.hirt s and 50o
GARMENTS FREE OF CHARGE; Drawers, for men, only ..........i
FIT GUARANTEED. Excellent quality sust, Conde-ribbed
When in need of anythin"g in the Flannel Undersh : ts at d Drawers,
line of Applequies, in white, cream worth $1 75of anypdy's money, 125
and ecru, or Silk Chiffons, in white now going at.................
and black, or all-oves laces and em- Suit Cases, excl'et qu't,50
broideries, or Torchon and Valeure- 24uiCases el 50...
ine Lace or Ecru, the real imported ........
Mechlins Laces, Pwe ask you to call Telescopes, from c
and inspect our large assortment, and ...---- .. . ......... ..............
guarantee to save money for you. Boys' Sweaters. from na
Mackintoshes and Cravenette Rain ................ ....... ..U
Coats, for ladies, misses, boys l25 Boys' Launbere i Sh.ts and 24
and men, from ............ L.. Shirt Waists, from .
We have just added the line of
SHENDe aeO ustO dE S. theF ne Excellentquality Men's Suspen
fection in form and all-around com ders, worth a pair, only......
fort they have no equal, a n Men's ffne Silk Suspenders, hand.
from ........ ............. ....I UU some patterns; goa, m nougha:nd pretty
F. C. and American Beauty Corsets, enough for a you- g lady to present to
the best low priced corset made, q her sweetheart, aL.d [f·o
from.... . ... ................L2 for only... ......... ........ U
L dies' and Children's Outting Flan- Men's UnionSutis, good medi- j 7T
nel Gowns, very nicely made, uc um weight, Balb ie"gan ribbed...1 IU
from............. ........ .-.U Evesything that's newest and nob.
Stockings, a very large assortment blest in Men's Ne, kwear you will find
of patterns, per pair. 5c in our store. Prices no higher than
fromnt .............................. otheri' old stock.
Petersen Building : : : N. Market St. JENiNGS, LA.
Everythmir we sell we guarantee. "Your Money Back if You Wtnt .t
Wedding @ Prese
SIEW The Finest i
L SISilverplatedw rse
rIN Hawkes' Cut Glass
See the beautiful Fish -
and Thanksgiving sets,
IHOLLINS BRL I -