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it~ ~I [AýA '3 10, 1902. NUMBER 290."Ya.
rTaxanUNOi the Year 1910. sells Itl
- 1w em'nvI Louisiana Rice Milling
f L . .A , .Dak
Over First National Bank.
,otice 'to all young men, old men, widows, ýi, ]sand married women,
. " aý just married or wanting or waiting to be married and wanting Homes,
or Old Bachelors, Spinsters or Grass Widows.
f....N.--. L. Cary has 300 City Lots in the very best part of Jennings at
'ruimt from 300 dollars to 8500, cheap at double the price on long terms at a
law rate of interest.
Ihave twenty blocks not occupied and for the first customer eho will build
a thousand dollar house will fell an inside lot for two hundred dollars or a
C :orner for $50. Also 12C feet on ail Road Sie oTrack. ill sell to Lum
.ber Yards, Work Houses, Cotton Faictories, Wood Working Establishments,
Furniture Factories or to first-class business houses of all kinds, Wholesale
Grocers;,Agricultural and other machinery warehouses for 100 dollars a front
foot, all, on terms to suit the own-r. de out for a
Don't fail to call at the Captain's Office and get the papers made out By a
Beautiful Home, oror r the best and safest business proposition in the best
towRntin the lucky "Rice Oil Belt."' All oil rights reserved. LC
ADrive ThrougDv G
inon he of ou handsome Bug- a
tor onghly then y a e u e
cauel thWey cn sable, boe- hUn
aas te re comfortable, It
safe and hanhsome. Our stock
nof fine Vehiles is a treat to Ulti
look at.-they are so handsome ask
in design and finish, and for
fBorkickansldip they are unex- u on
celled. WTe canl sell you a fine the
reia. * Seilry., Phaeton, or
~ ý _l~t~" 1 unaholut 'M prices you can't ter
beat o anywhere, li"it con- b
O sidered. ne haoe a tine stock a
Lof arness to select hrom. 90d
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9 5 satsfactin guCrnteetian b
CCittin '' ve , near Al~sta
Io JOE ('S. RIC'H.
Lock Box Iliil. Long Dist 'Phone 190- de mtl u1
291... JRNNINGS. LOUISIIANA, r
eatches, e eiaes ds doee
11ND FINE JEWELRY, n(
Just received n complete stock of Globe- I
W ernicke Sectional Book Cases, the
best in the market. Call and examine.
iccio al Goods isarivngdalyan t
aut re now·e abcmle toae tcare of a xll trade
hot in ther ainket. Cl n xmn.
sin' ~ tiic AR IC \\el P U N K,'
REAL EfSTAT BROK.C. ER,8
R D IS
Veaezuela Will Listen to a The
Different lind of
By Union Associated Press. By U
London, Dec. 10.-A dispatch Di
received here today, dated Cara- nouw
cas, Dec. 9, says: at a
"'The combined British and com
German fleet has seized the en. tore
tire Venezuelan fleet consisting Iror
of four vessels in Laguayra har- com
bor. These were the warships be
General Crespo, Totumo, Ossus mee
and Margarisa, manned by three T]
hundred and ninety men. divi
"It is reported that another H. I
ultimatum will be delivered today cast
asking an immediate answer to Clei
compliance with the demands of naU
the British and German minis- in t
"Another Caracas dispatch
says Castro has caused the atr
rest of all the British and Ger
man subjects in the capitol in re for
taliation of tile seizure of ship-.'"
FURTHER PARTICULARS. ("h
By Union Associated I'ies. H.
Caracas. De'. 1(l. -The con- .i
bined English and Germ:,nu fl'ct :
has seized anlld toed ou t
t. Lagu ayra l Iha'i)). 1 t elli'e V ' .e', 1i
zuela fleet. The seizure followed u
immediately On receipt ol' news at
by Admirai Dounzlas, com mandr is
d of the British and German lhcet. jro)
All the English and German resi- I He
00. dents in Caracas have been ar
rested. The capture of the war
vessels is not generally known
a here. Great excitement will un- J.
doubtedly prevail when it is an- to
nounced, and rioting may occur. to
M The American minister Bowen tic
0 has charge of the British and B
German interests their legations di
0 being closed. The UnitedStates of
will be involved as representa- T
0 tive of imprisoned foreigners. J1
Dedication of Nile Dam.
Special to the Record. B
Cairo, Dec. 10:-- The comple
on t of the great Nile dam was L
celebrated at Assouan today with o
great ceremonious pageantry, tl
in the presence of the Duke and it
Duchess of Connaught, who ap- o
peared on behalf of King Edward a
VII., the Khedive and delegates v
from cities throughout Egypt.
The ceremony of inauguration, T
which was performed by the
Duke of Connaught, consisted in (
laying the last coping stone and f
opening a number of sluices to ]
let the water flow duwn the Nile.
Following the ceremonies the
ducal party and other guests left
by special boat for Assiout to in
spect the supplementary dam
which has been built at that
Sousa's Band Going Abroad.
Special to the Record.
New York, Dec. 10:-Sousa
and his band depart today for
Europe for their annual tour
abroad. Concerts vill be given
in London and the chief provin
cial cities of England and it is
S probable that the Continent also
| will be visited before the famous
aggregation of musicians returns
io this country next Sipring.
|A nice and complete line of
fine stationary at the Owl Drug
IS SETTED L=
The Colorado Fuel & Iron
Company tome to
By Union Associated Press. Vert.
Denver, Dec. 10.-It was an
nounced shortly after midnight
at a meeting between the proxy
committees of the conflicting in
terests of the Colorado Fuel and We
Iron company, has requested a
compromise and everything will
be settled amicably at today's
The directorate will be equally
divided among the interests of J.
H. Hyde for life, and to have the
casting vote. The Osgood, Mc
Clement and Hawley interests to
f name f.ur members. and th j,.uit t
in the Federal district court to t¢
Off on a Year's Cruise.
Special to the Record.
S ew York, Dec. 10:-Equipped
for a year's cruise the magnifi
cent steam Yacht Niagara left g(
the New York Yacht Club an- s .
ch. ag. t, day with Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Gould and a party of Co
!'iends aboard. The itinerary wil
t n clud a trip to Bermuda,
'"%t l: n, -:ro s to Maderia and
.n (.i, rl t l and along the
no rthern cas" of _` frica touching
at vari.') ports until Alexandria
is ralnche,. The pairty will also(
' ro Kdown the Nile and visit the
i- Holy Land on the return trip. bI
r The Batson Case.
:n L. L. Morse, E. F. Rowson, S. f
n- J. Johnson and C. F. Taylor went..
,- to Lake Charles this evening toc
tr. testify Judge Miller, in the mo- m;
en tion for a change of venue in the
id Batson case. About, one hun- et
as dred men from different parts t
.es of the parish were summoned.
ta- The motion will be argued before
Judge Miller tomorrow.
Ready for Work.
By Union Associated Press.
)le- Pottsville, Penn., Dec. 6.-Tne
ras Lyle colliery which was drowned
ith out because of a failure to keep a
ry, the mine pump in operation dur
end ing the strike, has been cleared t
ap- of five million gallons of water,
ard after thirty days work. Mining
,tes will be resumed at once. I
'pt. A Noted Mau Dead.
ion, By Union Associated Press.
the Plainfield, N. J., Dec, 10.
Snla Charles B. Peet founder of the
and famous mens furnishing firm of
to Rogers, Poet & Co., was found
ile. dead in bed at his home here
the this morning, from heart trouble.
.Inm By Union issociated Press.
dam New York, Dec. 10.-This
that morning Bulletin says that Cor
nelius Vanderbilt has spent a
quiet night, but his condition is
not under gone a sufficient
ousa Ichangeto excite corn ment.
for Seventeen Days Left.
tour There are but seventeen days
iven leftin which you may pvy your
it - poll tax, entitling you to the right
it Is of a voter for the next two years.
also Is it worth a dollar to you?
urns WANTED TO BUY
100 Mules 100
Will be at G. H. Cook's & Co.
u of barn Saturday Dec. 13.
d&wlw E. R. BrimR.
Louisiana Rice Milling
W. W. DUSON, President. A. R. McMURTRY, Vice-President.
P. L. LAWRENCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary.
---IN CONNECTION WITH
Star Rice Milling Co.,
White Swan Rice Mill Co.,
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 s, me of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, Calcasieu and
Vert.. :lion Parishes.
We Use Our Hulls for Fuel
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED.
We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken
Feed. Liberal P.dvances made on all rices stored
with us to be milled.
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.
We want you to bear in mind
the fact that all of our goods are
strictly first-class, and are guarar -
teed by us to give perfect satisfac
tion." We will refund the money
Ifor anything returned, that has
not given satisfaction. Do not for
get that prices mentioned below
jare for first-class goods.
\VWe have a large ass~rtutnt of Childrens Coats in red and blue,
COMIF. I:I' and LAN(S, and fromn 2 50
will s,1 a nice :.in e nd siz ,.... .............e.... . ..... . .
vIf . i 1ot1 3c .'a n cinlti:rs, for Ladies and Misses.
S......... piety designs fron . 20
A\ nice i:l, Il eoi(,n rfort for 7 t stc of S:!intT WAISTS, has
.. .. "": reccentlty bccn replenished. )with the
\ nice .,at fur' duble c,83d ! :t latest andl :,weillst thugs in SHIRT
...... .. .... I\ I'TDU . We have the Banner
a :\ nicte iu.lity, medium weiglht Cr'ey lir and Ft ann'ltte Waists, in red,
Ior brl(wn blanket, neat. striped borderl., bi:te and green. t ith neatstrires, mak
er ......... 89 in- very effective .:ttarns for 88eC
An elet ait t ol lfelt grey or white PING e-'UNG, in old rose and green
blanket, ":.ipled borders, good weight Waists, in extra good quality, Flan
and size io, . 2 25 nl Waists ...... ..275
x" good heavy weight grey blanket, Corduroy Velvet Waists, in red,
full size. striped borders, pair 148 blue and green; one of the richest re
It ...........1 v cent creations in waists for 0
A large S-foot square comfort, very ..................
Sgood quality, strongly and neatly Our line of SILK WAI.'TS is such
0- made, pretty patterns 2 50 as to satisfy the most particular. We
' a' aie(" "o".h . , U have thett in all shades, RED, BLUE,
e large variety of white wool blank- LINI, GllEY, OLD ROSE, WHLTE,
n- ets, very good and nedium grades. BLACK, _AkUTt.)OMOBILE. CHERRY
All full sizes, per pair from $5.50 and others, both in Pean-de-soie and
ts to 248 Taffeta. White P K Waists, the latest
d. .......... 2 fad I
Childrens' knit Union Suits, good ....... . .......... .... . ........
re quality, fronm C We have also a nice assortment of
.. CHILDIRENS' DRESSES. Our prices
Ladies knit Union Suits in cotton are lower than the cost of material
and wool mixed and allwoolfrom 25c from 40c
Our Ladies' Wrappers for house BOYS' DEPT.
ne wear cant le equaled at the price. if
ve: u htake theta yourself, from 58c BOYS' NOIRFOLK SUITS, in neat,
ed `dark pattern, wool cashmere, I175
'p ":h ldrens' Reuben's Undershirts. ................... .......L WOOL BLUE SERGE
all sizes, 3 Q 1BOS' ALL WO.)L BLUE SERGE
sizes, 30 RUSSAN BLOUSE SUITS. Em
ed Ladies Dress Kid Gloves in black, broideried design in colors on arms
tin, drab and white, equal toany$.150 and vestee, worth fully $5, for
or, glove for ..... 100 o .....3 50
We also have an elegant grade BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED HOSE,
Ladies 1)ress Kid Glove, in all of the an A No. 1 good quality, worth 25c,
colors mentioned above. Comparison for per pair
will show them to be better than any ..... .....................
$1 glove to be found in this town for BOYS' SUITS, extra good quality
only 1 75c imported Scotch mixture, material
lstr.ong a.s any made per sui 340
the Ladies Monte Carlo Jackets, in ... ...T...................
.................... .. FRE OF CHARGE.
Petersen Building : : N. Market St. JENNINGS, LA.
Everythmng we sell we guarantee. "Your Money Back if You Wast It."
'his JUST THE THING FOR
n is Baby's
- IIOLLINS BROS. & LLBENPresent
rt Reliable, Established Jewelers Saves mother from working
t__Lton hole. A set of
r CmumI. Blouse Pin-s or
Co. You will find them in Solid Gold, 6014
A. lillma. Gold F1ront and
.CUT Sterling Silver,