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VOLUME I NNINGS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1902. NUMBER 298. WaIkel . i
SLar Maufacrrs f reedom fr Taxatin ntil the .Year 1910. SE O
I.... I....U Inn & mrn' TIDR. E. A. LEE.For Stat;ione.
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SW.d DJTSON, President. A. R. McilURe1 :Y, Vice-President.
LLAWREbTCE, Treas. A. B. ALLISON, Secretary.
-IN CONNECTION WITH
Star Rice Milling Co
Lr.I sEDnl ea r
White Swan Rice Mill Co.,
These mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On
aseOunt of fair and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage
of some of the largest and most prominent, planters in Acadia, Calcasieu and By V
e :ermilion Parishes. C_
We Use Our Hulls for Fuel he(
WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. yi
We have Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken d
Feed. Liberal Advances made on all rices stored turi
with us to be milled. notE
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lilrompt delivery. Sub
THE1 ECOI D
1 ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
AND DAILY PAPERS ON SALEBROS. O., ew
H stock of Jewen'y, Silverware and Mus
EXCical Goods is arriving daily and they
Lewill soon have yo on display a ecion
promp their deline. r. Sub
e le is a n d dusu D e tlc i5o are c e iv
of alodl that paipl rs ut .iltastee he
IS IN SIGHT
Leading Business Men Send A C
a Note Calling for '
By Union Associated Press. By U
Caracas, Dec. 18.-Indications Fr
here are that - Venezuela will expE
yield to the allies' demands. The the
leading merchants and agricul- actri
turists of Caracas addressed a is no
note to President Castro at 1 she
o'clock this afternoon, asking who
him to give full p6wers to United cam
States Minister Bowen to effect sin
a termination of the present diffi- suit
culty. The note reflects thor- a P
oughly the consensus of current
opinion among the business ele- N
ment of this city. I r1i
The men who signed the note ana
will meet again tonight todiscuss Ii
ways and ;means for obtaining '
money with which Venezuela can
meet her obligations, as well as
the guarantees which it will be T
possible to offer to her cred.itors. of t
IWanted. A i'f-w e-ced & K,1l. -
logg's Higher Lessons in Eng- h u
lish, second ha nd. tle
N. L. Mai LLE,; . i,
Fatal Acci ent.
AmbrII)(se Ali c'~', LafIavette).
a£ younlg' mIan I1 Vh i we ii we llnio
in Jennings, having lived f,rh N
many years in Lake, Arthur, was -"
run over a tr;ain this side i
Algiers yesterday morning ian, Iy
lived only two or three hours. no
It is not known how the accident pee
S happened. sh(
His ,rother Ruhl Mouton, of de:
this city, received word yester- I mO
E day afternoon of his brother's on
death and left on the night train
for Lafayette. o1
The deceased was an exem
plary young man, and was uni- an
versally liked, and bore a. very 1Oi
gentlemanly disposition. To his' ai
bereaved mother and brothers
and sisters, the RECORD extends
its deepest sympathy. L
Every mother and child of
Jennings are invited to visit the
dancing school free next Satur- S
day morning, Dec. 20, at Black
Bros. & Co. at 9 a. m. si
Mrs. Louise Lyon. i
Surprise Party. a
A number of Mrs. Jane C
Humphry's friends gave her a d
sucprise last night at the home t
of her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Wil- r
kins. Tie surprise was planed a
byW. F. Hamphry and Mris. A.s
C. Wilkins in honor of her seven
ty-sixth birthday. Mrs. Humyh- I
ry received a number of nice
yresents. Refreshments were
served and a very enjoyable
time spent by all present.
S From the Mayville plantation,
Ssituated 10 miles aouth of Welsh
and 25 mile- fromr Jennings,
2 horse mulesand one maremule.
One of lthem is real black; another
is black with a white nose, and
the marce mul' is black and stoop
setted. All from 6 to 8 years
old. The tinder will receive 15
reward for the return of each
mule to the Mlayville pilantation.
E. C. Jackson, .:d.y il !e P.O.,
La. 295 d2t w3
After the Ball.
Go to the uwi Drug Store for
your hot chocolate, hot coffee and
DRAWING TO DR
IA Celebrated Divorce Case
That Attracted large
By Union Associated Press.
s Freehold, N. J., Dec. 18.-It is
1l expected the defense will close
e the case of Laura 1Biggr, the
1- actress on trial, today. Freehold
a is now wondering whether or not
1 she will remarry the mlan from
g whom she was divorced, and \w ho
d came all the way from 'iscor:- o
t, sin to testify in ho; behalf in t
s- suit for the late 1Henry1 Bennett,
ar Pit, sbu rg millionai re
Guns! Guns! Gu:s!
We ii :e been ftort 1i! ' te in se
IS Wi . . :-,on now ,w '.
Sstil ihl at rocki: b ,n , 1pri' . nd
A. F. De'. n t c. .a
Is The Greatest Meeting " hot.
7E t'h,' best ald "gr!tesi .i" eting
of the series was hel l.:sl n :Lt
2n the C; ris tiLan ci urc: . Alarre w.
r,,ee d ,.,t-umbled at the usual
hour. Tihe mtousic wa: .s 'v.';" ,f
s C'l M Hl adohck dfcCver, d
p a pweriul di..course on he
"tNa in " 1e: .:h: vedl how ihat .~7
ie .n, mie of Ciristian was !.:iven
S(v divine authority, and hence
Sno ont had the right to call Gods
Speople by any other name. He
showed that there is a great
of deal in a name. At the close ,ix
rmade the good confession, and I
',s one received by statement
Come tonight. T11 ordinance
of baptism will be administered. I M
m- For Sale-A ra airini. -louse
ini- and lot on Cutting av en'ue, 1 itsi
ly on State It',t, 2 1 s Dt ,s
his avenue and 12 (iw 00 Ai m
lLs u 1 E. F. \Wa1lker. N
ds Fresh hine of uewar s and ,I
Lowney's cruodis at Rat le'-. and I t u
"'Rathe sells for less." >2 : mf 1o
the Chicago Dinner to Soulherrer.s.
tut- Special to the Itecour. I
lack Chicago, Dec. lb.-As Iliotl-er "
step in the active campaign that I
you. is being waged to promote plea'- I at
ant trade relations] between
rane Chicago and the south a nIit.LL,.
r a dinner will be given tonight by
ome the Chicago business men whoI
Wil- recently made a tour of Texas
aned and other states of the south and
A. southwest. Governors Sayms
mven- of Texas, Heard of Louisiana anti
myh- Longino of Mississippi, together
nice with a number of representative
were business men of the three states,
hable have accepted invitations to the
For Sale or RIent.
Nine room residence corner
tion, First and Sherman streets. Pos
is session given Jan. 1. L. L.
Morse. d lw
ni Authorize me to pay your poll
sto tax. W. P. CAtY.
e a5 Holida.y goods in abundance at
eact the Owl Drug Store.
iP. O., A nice and complete line of
w3 fine stationary at the Owl Drug
e for / Fresh line if Seward's and
ee and Lowney's candies at R.tthe's and
"'Rathe sells for less." 286tf
DR. E. A. LEE, Fc
Olffice Rooms in Peterson Building.
OFFICE HOUI S, 2 to 5, p m.
Residence Notth Main tt. Phone 49.
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, South Main St.
E S. HEMPSTEAD.
JUSTICE of the PEACE,
0eluteOas gtiv Promopt attenoa.
D. 1. WILLIAMS & CO., a
e JENNIJIJGS, LA.
d eal: Estate
n Wild Lands, Improved Farms
1 and Town Lots, Rice and PVne
Iands in Louisiana and Texaa.
i Olce in the new :'ullick Building,
? CCREM'PONDEN'CE SOLICIT D
e- 4 N - .Ia
Hob use a:3ovin,.
I an ; : to do IO!USE !.(OV I
IN tand i.A 1 11A.L'.NG of all
.'kin,., su;h a>s :ole - E -:;ines andl
o. 1 achi-, ry. iý: :, t . .s.;::able. C:1 i
on ;:le t nly rsidence, east of ahool
L. T UYAN.
S t. ii. t 1,n. C. R line. J. D. Clune
al CNE & CLINE,
tt~orrne:rs at Law
'.g 0 Notaries Public.
ed O!tt.r , .. I .. and L :.k a Ltrles.
I," .Ar'ol ;it ,uLl nt~ ti I: :., ..e
S C. E. HUNTER, M. D.
l. lo rm:s 3; andi 1. M:orse Block.
PI 'hrne Nus., ;ei.idchnce 35, Offlc, 4.
iJi Pip r House,
,tx Ryan Street,
,ix LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.
I'1.flEASANT ROOMS AND
EX CE .I.ENT TABLE SERVICE.
C( I ;ATI:. d.t AND 1-1.50 )P l;. DAY.
ed.IMRS. A. M. PIPER, A
ElocutI:oio . id Fhysical Culture.
Mr-I . '; , ,i, P. Myers of tile
cr. SNew - Shl o Expression
'ill :iv, .,- ,s in all branches
an d 1 ]f ,,"a'i i 11 and Pihysical Cul
Ian lt Ur o. 1r iirit at residene' of
ii w. C. a'4tih'sn, co.rner State
•:d , :c'iL: streets. Phone No.
i t"h 0 .1toro, r,1m) for rent. Apply
that :t Rosen & B1rither, B1laclshere I
lea - uildin . tf
IT7S NOT VERY
Lo v o
Urptil C ristrhas.
o ml if you are wise you will come in
ý, w t(oselect. if not to buy yourl
AN 0S D BROCMES. 1
Blank Books," ,
Daily Papers, .
go to the
The P!easure Launch
will leave Lakle Arthur for the
Hultiug Ma;llih every Saturday
,,f ,each w ek: It l.es Lake Ar
tlur ''fter the taa I boat arrives
i!r n ; 11 i elrlni ll .
.l. 1. ])UDLEY, Pr(,,.
1'I = r" gý' .-T
W'.-h n":t ',"hn.e 151 and have
wi :::thine cleaned
• ,- : t 'tit' . ;nld l Ule to ran
I i au:l \Wiuter
,,.:it fo new
S!:-. . i , easy
ttr , , rent.
A -;encv St 1.2 : y
. i :' IN ST.,
1rIS1'RRCT 10'T S
uA i BiFano
" Voice 4
IMiss Stella Plattor.
A limlited number of pupils will
be !takn. Apply at residence
of U. N. Ayksworth.
£ A. E. CAIPBILL & CO.,
,of! STEAM FITTERS.
e Pl umbing, Steuam Fitting, Heat.
ing and all Classes of Pipe
tf Office. Main street, .Jennings, La.