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eloi known to stove aimaking is
'combined in "GARLAND;s."
.aermedrooms go a long way
e 4ieodre, buy the best stove you
gs ,for Garilana Stoves and Ranges, Dealers in
tani ~ M ime e,. !House :.urnishinG .oods. et.
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Aiss Stella Plattor.
;A:;limited number of pupils will
S betaken. Apply at residence
of G. N. Aylsworth.
C. INESE LAUNDRY.
All work carefully done by
~hand,whichprevents your clothes
from being damaged. Our prices
are reasonable, and our work is
ong Lee, Proprietor.
Cor. State and Davies st
CALL ON W. J. MILLS
BOOM 5, SCOTT BUILDING, FOE
DRAPER OR COLT
AAetylene Gas Generators
Call and see me. Have somcthing that will
interest you for your Store or Residence lighting
Kiss I. Pearl Davis,
PIANO and ORGAN
Studio, Cary Avenue.
-Half a block from the
First National Bank.
IO N-TON a
I have added to my stable
: several new rigs. Any one
favoring me with an order
will get a neat turnout.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
to please at all hours.
. M. 8. POGUE.
FI; A £W LL & CO.,
M a5AJRS and
F- H rERS.
team . 'itting, Heat.
Cal: 9laases of Pipe
New Horses, New Rigs, Prompt Ser
vice. Open Day and Night.
Lutgring & Zabolio,
South of Jennings House.
Why not 'Phone 151 and have
your Sewing Machine cleaned
and repaired, and made to run
like new, for Fall and Winter
sewing, or exchange it for a new
Wheeler & Wilson No. 9, at -
C. S. BLOM'S
Sewing Machine Store and Re
pair shop. Prices right, easy
terms. Sewing machines to rent.
Agency Steam Laundry
and Dye Works.
NORTH MAIN ST.,
Over Patterson Bros.
11 . ses
IRS. G. F. HOOSE.
Is Now Open.
Races will be reported from the
t tracks daily. Location opp. McFar
lain House. Come and hear the races
annonced as they are run at thetracks.
F. A. TOCE. Prop.
DR. C. E. TERRY
1 Physician nd
Special attention given Surgery, Sur
gical Diseases and Diseases of Wo
men and Childreu.
Local Surgeon for Southern Pacific
; OFFICE, ROOM 12, OVER THE
OWL DRUG STORE.
Office 'Phone 136.
Residence, Cor. Main and Third Sts.
DR. C. C. GILL, D. D. S.
01ice Over Owl Drug Store, Room 12.
r THE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY
Short orders a specialty. Oysters and
pastry work for family use.
MRR. C. J. SPRIGS
MRS. H. 8. SPRIOG
Green Cottage mon
Lake Arthur Avenue 1
Four squares South of R. R. a
(Formerly California Restaurant)
Best Meal in the City for 25c
Short Orders a Specialty. I
OPEN TOMORROW v
State Street, North of Depot.
ary and>Grosvenor, from.50 and up.
The latest iletot, iverness, Surtout, Automobile,
S Princeton, and Raglan. all -high-class workman
ship, :from $15.:0nd 'up.
y itf you want to be in style let me take your
a measure for a pair of Pegtop Pants, $4.50 and up.
No. 6, 10:28 a. m.
No. 8, 1:52 a. m.
S No. 10,12:19 p. m.
No. 5, 3:00 p. m.
No. 7, 3:31 a. m.
No. 9, 4;45 p. m
T, H. Maytag of Laurel was in
the city today.
W. B. Clark went to Lake
Charles last night.
De'ey Heywood returned to
Rev. Hickman made a flying
trip to Crowley yesterday.
e J. H. Heinen went to Lake
ed Charles last night on business.
or Miss Claudia Gordon went to
BI Crowley yesterday on a brief
e. W. I. Wiler and wire went to
BY Lake Charles last evening to at
tend the show.
Jas. G. Bennett, of the RECORD
staff went to Lake Charles this
evening to take in the show and
spend Sunday with his best
'% Dick George went to Crowley
J. W. King returned from
Lake Charles today where he has
been on business.
M. E. Morse came over from
Welsh today to spend Sunday at
Miss Anna Huber went to
Crowley today on a brief visit.
Attorney C. E. Wooten went to
Lake Charles yesterday evening.
J. S. Ritch returned last even
ing from a tour through ,ttle east
re and west.
Miss Orian Kirkpatrick came
over from Mermentau last even
ing to visit at home a few days.
The G. A. R. meeting will be
held on Saturday Nov. 15th in
stead of Nov. 8th as previously
C. D. Smith went to Lafayette
>- today on a brief visit. He will be
10 accompanied home by his neice
from that place.
A new crossing is being put
down between Longman's and
- Blackshere's; something that is
needed. Let the good work go
J. A, Schmink and wife, Dan
Kielman, Miss Olive Casner and
Miss Mabel Martin went to Lake
Charles this evening to attend
the circus there tonight.
Season tickets are now on sale
for the winter attractions of the
Jennings Lyceum Bureau.
Every lovel of literature and
music should not fail to attend
I all the lectures and concert.
Work on the water-works is
under good headway. The force
of men has been increased to
sixty and more will be gotten as I
soon as possible. Work has I
,been commenced on Main street
and several of the houses are be
ingconnected with the mains.
Another force of men will be j
started in front of G. H. Morse
& Son's store next Monday t
morning. All the castings and c
mains have been shipped and C
will be here in-a few days.
d The-world s Recognized greatest
exhibition, a hundred new novel
ties this season. Twice its former
e size. More wonderful than ever.
3I ' Educated
All trained to a height of perfec
tion never before accomplished
on thecivilized globe. Willexhibit
twice daily at
D Seating capacity for 3,000 people.
Doors open at 1:30 and 7:30 p. m.
Don't missthe street parade-it's
d worth coming miles to see.
Children, 25 Cents
Adults, - 35 Cents
n AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Subjects to be Spoken on, and An
nouncements for Tomorrow.
t United Brethren- Sunday
school, 10 a. m. Class meeting,
11 a. m. Juniors. 3 p. m. Y. P.
C. U., 7:15. Preaching, 7:45 by
the pastor, J. H. Patterson.
o Everybody invited.
Christian-Bible school, 9:45.
' Preaching, 11 a. m. C. E. 6:45 p.
m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. At
evening service Mr. Leben will
e sing "The Hymn That Touched
l- My Heart." All invited.
C. N. Willi.ms, Pastor.
e Baptist-Bible school 10 a. m.
L- Sermon, 11 a. m. Subject,
y "Worldliness in the church."
Junior Union 3 p. m. B. Y. P.
e U., 6;80p. m. Sermon, 7:30 p.
e m. Subject. "The crucifixion of
Christ." Strangers in the city
e are cordially invited to worship
with us. J. L. Cox, Pastor.
t Har4 on the Poor.
By Union Associated Press.
B New York, Nov. 8.-A coal
3 famine and a cold wave have met
here-the temperatuoe dropping
1 this morning brought a full real
ization of the present shortage of
fuel. It is feared the poor of the
city will suffer terribly.
Peter Bollich vs. W. Fields.
State of Louisiana, 10th ward
Justice court,Parish Calcasieu.
Take notice that by virtue of a
writ of fi fa, issued by E. S.
Hempstead, justice peace in and
for ward ten,'parish of Calcasieu,
as above stated. in favor of Peter
Boliich and-against Wmin. Fields,
and to me directed and'delivered
for execution, I have seized and
taken into my possession the fol- .
lowing described property to wit:
One lot of household goods.
One sewing machine.
I wilt offer for sale the above
SATURDAY, NOV, 15,
to the last and highest bidder for Y
cash to satisfy saidjudgmentand e
costs of suit.
J. HARRIS, Constable.
Dated this 5th day of Nov. 19C2. u
Belting (Rubber and Gundy)ý - + McC ormiok Standard Binder Twme,
Buggy Harness (Single and Double, Milbarn Wagons (One and Two-Borse,
d Buckeye Machinery, , Moline Plows,
Breast Collars, Machine and Harness Oil,
Boot Rubbers, Mascot Cultivators,
Whips (8 to 10 feet long), Surreys,
Work Harness, Saddles,
Wagon Umbrellas, Stirrup Leathers,
Wool-Faced Collars, Spread Rings,
Warm Surrey Shades, Sun Shades.
C lement Company,
COR. MAKET ST. AND BROADWAY, JENNINGS, LA,
THE ORDINARY CAN BE
" HE success of this house today has not dulled the am
* bition to excel what was born in business the first day
it was established. No where in this town will you
find better goods for the money than we sell at our
Sz regular prices. Here are a few special lines:
Johnston & Murphy $5 and $6 Shoes.
"Bostonian," $3.50 Shoes, for Men.
Val Duttenhofer Shoes for Ladies.
"The American (irl," $2.50 Shoes.
a"ýý& SO Budd's renowned Children's and Ladies' Shoes; also
a full line of Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
ELLIS BRAUD'S SONS,
A. S. RICHARD, Manager. COOFFIN-JAENKE BU;LDINC.
eSr9 ~~s ~
5 Frank Lesley
* New Illustrated
f Physical Culture
womans Physical Development
f Review of Reviews
womans Home Companion
Ladies Home Journal
Inland Printer E
j Ten Story Book
At the RECORD News Depot.
To be healthy and strong use
"Garland" Stoves and Ranges.
Sold by A. F. Derouen Hd w. Co.
Ask your grocer for "Dun
woody's Best" flour. It has no -
Millitary Suits for *14.50 and
up at Kahn, the Tailor. 258 6t
F URNITURE @
Call and e Four Carloads
.:',our prices; we are Furniture
S. i. 'e to please you.
t P. S. We lay all Matting over twenty cents a yard.
Sv Her Dainty Shoe
For Summer wear should
be comfortable as well as
handsome. Both requisite
are found in the Stock of
G. I. Morse & Sons.
POWELL BROS., Contracting Engineers
All kinds of Steam Plants erected. We handle a full jine- of Boilers,
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.
One 20 horse power outfit, Fire-Box boiler.
Five 10 to 15 horse power, mounted outfit.
One 12 horse power Traction engine with Case separator,
All kinds of Pumps. Let us us know your needs.
CALCASIEU IMPLEMENT COMPANy.
- Corner Market street and Broadway. Old&-w
WHEN GOING TO TEXAS.
SEE GARLICK & FUNK,
* REAL ESTATE BROKERS, .,a