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I+ .r .P.D.T1+,, 71Pl 1D E. A. LEE,For Statione;,
3:W.: i-· -:W. DUUON, President. A.R. ? 1MU11TRY, Vice-President.
" p, SLAWRE.CF Press A. B. ALLISON, Secretary.
-IN CONNECTION WITH
tar Rice Miin Co.
,' -. OAND •
White Swan Rice Mill Co.
These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On
sc ount of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage
of some of the largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, Caloasieu and By Uni
We Use Our Hulls for Fuel otic
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. state
We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken
Liberal Advances made on all rice stored
with usto be milled.
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. indica
Last year, with good crops and good prices, show
everyone was able to indulge in presents for ritor:
their friends, and plenty of frivolous articles the.
were given and received. How- different is d
Christmas tvith some of us this year--with '
poor crops and poorer prices, it means ECON
oi Y, yet all hv the desire to give to their Th
- children, relation and friends, some token of Bapt
the season.Whnot give something of benefit, Thes
.r _something useful? This year it is better to prog
give useful articles of wearing apparel. We
S have everything in the line o eady-M1ade ed.
-=- Goods that are appropriate for the occasion. host
FURS and COLLARIETTS, in MINK, Our sale ofHENDESON CORSET nom
SABLE, OTTER etc.. willmake hand- is still ion. Coupons are good unti
some Christmas presents, from 2 25 ý co,.at. rn oupna whenong forwi men
:. . ........... . - Ce;et ' u hnvn't any we will fur.
SILVER MNCUEPieesC:S Cl yc u one. This sale ends posi
SORS CURLING-lONS, .BELTS, ti\ely n y Dec. th. p
SHOE-HORNS, BUTTON-HOOK.S, `,dc(:sofn Corsets, all styles, and
NAIL FILES etc., from 25c grade, with coupon only 75 ie
SLadies Silver Mounted and Plain Black and white ChitTon Applique, s
; Iather Purses, very handstme and very h: ndsonme designs, prices consid
useful, from very handsome eringq quality very cheap, from per sotu
useful, fr..... .. yard 25h , pro
S-"~ 'B'6di'CH and BELT-PINS, 500 dif- . .................... h.'o'""embr'ier e
ferent styles, in enamelled ware, Ster- Ladies' handsome embroidered me
ling silver, burnished metal etc., Turn-over Collars, from .. c bee
from 5 GENTS" NECKWEAB. pro
Ladies and gents' Traveling Bags, LaLge variety of patterns, in the the
from 40e latest makes: suitable for Christmas
. presents, from 5c lett
Suit Cases from 50 SOLS UMBRELLAS the
T runks from" ' * 2 25 suitable for Christmas giftsto ladies mo
Trunks from ...2 25 or gentlemen, from g8c thi
-"' L'dles jackets. in black and tan, og...ntemn,.ro
fromdies Jacketsinblackandtan Lades and Misses' Rain Coats, also me
from 325 Cravenette Coats, very serviceable
Our line of Silk Waists is composed and make useful presents from 250 go
of everything of the latest inmake and .... ... . d. d gi.
colors, Pean-de-soie and Tafeta Lidlies' ieady'-made Skirts. Just
Waists, fromud 3 50 received, and the largest assortment,
Waists, from .3 very neat and stylish: prices from 50 an
-Ladies, Misses and Chidre Hose i grey,
of all kinds. We sell the best boys Ladies' Knit Underwear, n grey,
and girls' Stocking to be had at 9e black and white silk, wool and cotton
and girls' tocking to.. Union Suits, from 25c
The best Stockings to be had, equal ........ ....... .............. C tat
to 25cgoods elsewhere, for 18e Vests and Pants from
.We also have a complete line of Mens' ar
U:-' MIens' Shirts, guaranteed equal to
any '5c shirt, large selection of pat- Mens' Wool Flannel Undershirts
terns only 48c and Drawers, in all colors from 59c ti
Mens Silk Suspenders, make very " Mens' heavy fleeced ribbed and
a ppropriate Christmas presents, each fleece-lined Undershirts and Drawers,
par in sep erate glass covered bo!, ed, Blue, White, Brown, Grey etc.,
only .. .. . .. . .. . only 4
................ .... ...
Mens Hose, can be put up In special Mens' Overalls andJumpers, (Union a
I dozens for Christmas presents, ,.k Made) from
,'+. Per pail 9:
: Peters+en Building N. Market St. JENNINGS, LA.
Eivefythirt we sell we guarantee. "Your Money Back if You Want It.'
Watch This Soacel
elers and -iC Dealers, nrie re
atarranging the buildig formerly
the Hollembeak Music House. Their
Sstock of Jewelry, Silverware and Mus
ical Goods is arriving daily and they
will soon have on display a selection
of goods that will suit all tastes. They
are now able to take care of all trade
in their line.
atterson Bros. Co.
- - , I!+. " .,.:
WILL NOT CAPI
MEDDLE WITH A
The Venezuelan Muss Un- That I
less Things are
By Union Associated Press. In t
I Berlin. Dec. 15.-It is learned ciai Lei
officially today today that the men hw
state department in Washington Columl
an in communicating Castro's de- and La
sire for arbitration to Germany million
-- and England, merely acted as The
intelligence from MinisterBowen canal t
It is known that unless there route
is a very evident disposition nings
;S, shown by the allies to seize ter- to the
rT ritory for permanent occupancy, are:
eS the' United States will let the Pro
th disputants fight it out. 0 .
The Meetings Close. mn In
1r The (revival meetings at the Otl
Of Baptist church closed last night. G N.
These meetings have been in Shopi
to progress fourteen days, and Janau
8e much good has been accomplish- C. A.
de ed. Evangelist Hale has made : Hey\l
)l. host of friends among other de- ret:ar
ETA nominations, and will be r1~co
for mended as a kind 'nd courteous ,
fui' gentleman as well as a powerful :are a
preacher. Messrs. Bryson and year
. V and Sparks have made many scho;
75 friends and have preached the state
i gospel of Christ faithfully ia Geor
per song. There were twenty six Sou
25C professed conversion during the Virt,
tered meeting. Nine of these have' -on
5C been baptised and six stand ap- are (
proval for baptism. Besides schli
in the these eleven joined the church by that
5c letter, making a total addition to for 1
thechurch of twenty-six. Seven girl:
ladies months ago the membership of ary
c98 this church was forty. It has havy
, also more than doubled during that Alk
teale . Rev. Hale and his singers
.250 go from here to Opelousas, to
Just conduct a two weeks meeting, '
ament, and from there to Cheneyville. V
2 UU PrI
grey, A Chart Discourse. da3
cotton Elder Haddock preached to a Ro
L5 c large audience at the Christian Re
1c church last night on the "Causes zu(
:ens' and Origin of Denominations,
and their Founders." With the toc
aid of achart he explained the ph
starting point of all denomina- to
m. 59c tions and the causes that divided op
and them. fai
awns, At the close of the service there th
y etc., were two confessions, and up to m
.. this time 18 persons have been
(Union added to the church member
48 ship since the beginning of the
meetings. The meetings will
continue for an indetinite time. w
.A. Arrives With Prisoners.
rat It.' By Union Associated Press. B
La Guayra, Dec. 15.-The
Ssteamer Krinz Wilhelma arrived
Shere this morning from Guanta, p
Sbringing the captains and crew i
of the Venezuelan vessels Res-i
taurador and Zamora captured c
by Anglo-German vessels.
For Sale-A bargain. House
and lot on Cutting avenue, 4 lots
on State street, 2 lots on Davies
avenue and 162 feet on Main st.
E. F. Walker.
After the Ball.
Go to the Owl Drug Store for
your hot chocolate, hot coffee and
0 hot cocoa.
I AT $5,000,000DRS.
ý- That is. the Amount That o m
is Back of the E
In the rooms of the Commer- B, i.
ed ciai League a conference of canal
be men was held who are interested
in the company known as the
Columbia Navigation, Irrigation
le- and Land Co., capitalized at five
ny million dollars. wt
as The company will extend this '
,en canal to cross the Nezpique as Once
previously mentioned, and the ° sIr
company went over the prospect
r route of the railroad from Jeu
ion nings to where the canal comes
er- to the Nezpique. The officers
tie Pre-ident- Geo. Thompson, I an
New Y'-rk. IN Ga
Se,-r,"'try and Trea-,urer-- We!- kinds,
mu.:. BI:adford, Rayne, a. on Mach
the Others that were preseIt were house
ht. G N. Parker of New York,
in Shtohard K. DeFIorest, D. R.
and Jnanuary of Crowley, La., Capt. w. a.
ish- C. A. L,wry, J. P. Haber, O. W.
Io , He~ \c,od, D. C. Ritchie and Sec
de- reta:y Dodsworilh.
Rco- I Rural School Libraries. I O
us f'welnty nine states of the union
rful :tre apprpriating money every C
andl year for lhe support of the rural
lany shoe l library; nine Southern
thte states- Alabama, Arkansas,
i Georia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Phon
SSouth Carolina, Tennessee, Wem-t
thIe Virginia and Virginia-and Ari P
have z m), Washington and Nevada
ip- are doing nothing. It is in th
sides schools of the north and west U
-h by that the $2,000,000 is being spent E
on to for books, while our boys and
neven girls are starving for that liter
ip of ary food that it is their right to
has have.---Joseph S. Stewart, it.the
.s, to Important Conference.
eting, 3vB Union Associa'ed Press. Ne
'llh'. Washingtorn, Dec. 15. - The ' i
President held a consultation to- tu
day with Seer taries Hay and `v
to a Root, aad Senator jCullom and atm
ristian Representoaive Mitt on the Ven- i
:auses zuelan situation.
ations, It is reported in political circles
th the today that the President conterme- a
,d the plates sending a special message
omina- to congress on the latest devel
ivided opments in the Venezuelan af
fairs. None of the members of
e there the conference would tell of the
I up) to matters discussed.
embr- Holiday goods in abundance at
of the the Owl Drug Store.
Ss will Ask your grocer for "Dun
time. woody's Best" flour. It has no
Refuse to Arbitrate.
B.TTh By Union Associated Press.
arrived Berlin, Dec. 15.-Venezuela's
Guanta, proposition, through Minister
id crew Bowen, to submit the question
Ils Res- in dispute to arbitration, was re
aptured ceived at the foreign office. Ber
s. lin will not arbitrate.
House Fresh lne of Seward s and
e, 4 lots Lowney's candies at Rathe's, and
1 Davies ,Rathe sells for less." 286 if
.ain s. A nice and complete line of
Walkeriue stationary at the Owl Drug
t ore for Fresh line of Seward's and
offee and Lowuey's candies at Rathe's and
"Rathe sells for less." 286 tf
DR. E. A. LEE, Fo:
Office Rooms in Peterson Building.
OFFICE HOUIRS, 2 to 5, p. m.
Residence Noath Main $t. Phone 42,
DRS. WOOD & WOOD M. D. Sc]
JULIA STODDARD WOOD, M. D.
WILLIS S. WOOD. M. D.
Husband and wife. Dr. Julia, diseases
of women and children.
Near Catholic Church, Sulat Main St.
E S. HEMPSTEAD,
JUSTICE of the PEACE.
Oal.tcss * 1o0 attea tlom
R R. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Wild Lands, Improved Farms
and Town Lots, Rice sand Pine
I.ands in Louisana and Texas.
as OTice in the new flullick Buildin.
C .rORIPOND.NO3 BOLICIWrI
TEAM ING Y
rs ND thu
House Moving. 'ro
I am prepared to do HOUSE MOV
IN Gand HEAVY HAULING of all
Tel- kinds, such as Boilers. Engines and
Machinery. Rates reascuable. Call
on me at my residence, east of school i
irk, L. E. TR MAN._
Wpt. W. aE. ione. c. R. Cline. J. D. Cliane
CLINE & CLINE,
Attorar Ys at Law
and Notaries Public.
OficcL, J:"nlnin and Lake Charles.
Arompt utti0lLolU Lu cll busoneas.
Cry C. E. HUNTER, M. D.
Rooms 3 and 4, Morse Block.
PP1 Phone Nos., Residence 35, Office 4.
4e:t --· -----------------***** "
d Piper House,
thi Ryan Street,
west LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.
pent PLEASANT ROOMS AND
and EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE.
iter- AES r Is A$ND 1.50 PIEM DAY.
It to MRS. A. M. PIPER,
lt the ePROPRITD S
Elocution and Physical Culture.
Mrs. C1'rie P. Myers of the
New York School of Expression
The will iv, ;,."<:,n.S in all branches
T of Eiocu ion and Physical Cul
n otre. I,iluire at residence of
7 and w.G. Pc. l,-rson, corner State
a and and ,ci;d streets. Phone No.
Ven- 162. tf
,ircles Store room for rent. Apply
,nteii- at Ro ,n & Brother, Blackshere i
IT'S NOT VERY
prltil CG ristrras.
S ind if you are wise you will come in
tow to select. if not to buy your
SEIE OUR LS
I(AMONDS Z BROACHES.
Blank Books, a
go to the
The Pleasure Lzunch
will leave Lake Arthur for the
Hunting Marsh every Saturday
of each week; lea\es Lake Ar
thur after the 1.ma. I boat arrives
from Mermenta u.
J. I. DUDLEY, Pr,'.:
W T12hy not. 'i'hone 151. and have
your Sewiun' Miachine c!eaned
S:,.d re!:aie'I. and made to run
!ik, ::rw, i.r i all t:ni Winter
S sr w i,~.., of '~,! " tl lfo;) r a new
j Wi heth:r & \Vi ,on No. 9, at
C. S. ILO Mi'S
ic Sew J1a ci w Sui.e anA Re
pair v . i ~:'': iV:h', easy
tel. t : : .. :,;t:ri, to rent.
- Aency S tLeamy Ln:dr
and Dye Jorcks.
:.I ' M "IN ST.,
. NNN.INGS, LA.
Miss Stella Plattor.
R, A limited number of pupils will
be taken. Apply at residence
of G. N. Aylsw:rth.
. E. CAMBELL & CO.,
Cul-. PLUMBERS and;
of STEAM FITTERS.
otate Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Heat
No. ing and all Classes of Pipe
t. \Office. Main streett, Jennings, La.