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Shoes, Hat and Gents' Furnishing
At Cost Price
Before buying call around and be con
STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES
Formerly occupied by the 2New York
DRS. WOOD & WOOD M. D.
JULIA STODDARD WOOD, M. D.
WILLIS S. WOOD. M. D.
Husband and wif . Dr. Julia, diseases
of Women and children.
Near Catholic Church, South Main St.
I estaura -it
(Forumerly (alifornia : Icrlaurant)
Best Meal in the City for 25c
Short )rdtr. a s;pccialUty.
State Street.. North of l)eIoLt..
MRR. C. J. SPRI;i
MRS. H. S. SPRIGG
(ireen Cottage on
Lalt Ar-hunr :,venne
Four square;, .i.'i ~t! I. 1 t.
CHINESE LAU', DRY.
All work eC r:t'i^ l :Li. ry
hand,which p nt)':,v s y, ,r h this
from beilngd,!L nl- .. i !vrics
are reasoun,, :L I t LL - is
Hong Le1e, Proprietor.
(`or. 'Ia- ,i t } i).vi. St '
"LL O_. W. J. MIL LS
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i)RAP'P R C ( ,i , I"
Acetylene Gas Geerators
Call and see m e. lave sor .'L i n _ 0 0 w ill
lnterest you for your Store or 16 i :c::c !i;zhtingI
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured aftereverything else failed. Is
unequalled for the stomach. Child
ren With weak stomachs thrive on it.
Flirst dose relieves. Adiet unnecessary.
rQ.e all stomaoh treoubles
Te sr. bottleoms 2 tJ'aesathc5Oc. al,
< M'aN SAVES
wri thu ebest' ies; d
the streets ,wilIbe crowded vith
men and women engaged in mak
iug caes which the. obligations ofI
society demand. The_ eeremon
ies will center ,as usual around
the White House.. To the public
at large the occasion will afford
t'e first opportunity to view -the
interior improvements recently
completed id the executive man
Guns! Guns! Guns!
We have been fortunate in se
curing a sample line of single
and double barrel shot guns, and
will, between now andChristmas,
sell them at rock bottom prices.
A. F. Derouen Hdw. Co.
Wanted. A few Reed & Kel
logg's Higher Lessons in Eng
lish, second hand.
N. L. MILLER.
Illinois Central's New Short Line.
Special to.the Record.
Chicago, III., Dec 31.-The
management of the lllt,.ois Cen
tral has determined to push to
completion as rapidly as possible
the.extentions south of the Ohio
river, which will give the com
pany a new short through line
butween Chicago and Nashville.
This new route is expected to be
of great importatice to the com
pany and to the section through
which it will pass. The route
wdi lie through a section where
were develped the tirst coal tields
of the lower Ohio Valley. The
future of the extention of the
Nashviile line to the Northwest
will include a connection with the
Illinois Central'. St. Louis line,
affording a now line to the west
as well as to the Great Lakes.
If you feel ill and neeL a pili
Whiy not purchase tihe best?
DeWittt's Erly Risers
Are little surprisers,
'Lake one-they do the rest.
W. H. Howell, Houston, Texas,
writes-I have used Litale Early
1e:.er Pillsin my family for cm
stipat ion, sick iheadache. etc. To
t.heir use I am iiud.'ibted for the
health ofrm i family. The Owl
LOOK! Delicious Hot Choco
late with -hu.yler's Cream, H.,t
Cofee, Coco Cola, etc., at Tie
After ti- Bali.
G..o )te , t'wi Drug; '-cUre f!r
your hot chlc,,late, h' t coffee and
ITTER TH'.1AN A 'I:'I-'ITE.
A piece of 11hs neel doanpened
'vi -h Ch. l , r, l e,( ' :.in'. 13 1 n1 i
,i b:)u nd n r. ie ai llho ,'ed rs
s hotter 1l1 0I "i i I.,to,'" i)i a
mine back mind for pia ins in th"
-lde o0 chest. Pain J3"flm ha. fln)
.-upeiolr us am inim Iiett F'r the re
lief of deep seated, mouscular and
rheumatic pains. For sale by
Phenix Drug stor'e.
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NHw ORLEANS. LA.
idtd l ( rp=What: do ; I
mean, :Etel -: ' :
Ethel--'Why, mns, ` ii, thr `Mls"Mi
Brown t"ell pa this morning, when he
kissed her behitdthe door,."that the
old oat would be m'ad i she saw himl
Hs. r IEneeaslsteney.
First Tramp-Women'is. cur'us crit
Second Trapip-What's the trouble
First Tramp--Well, dere's dat ole
lady says: ";qy good man, here's .a
tract," an' she gives me a tract
what's not for a good man at all,
but fer de wust kind of a sinner.
Perteetly at Home.
"Can you talk on your feet?" said
the young man who was thinking
ruefully of the time he tried to
make an after-dinner speech.
"I can," was the answer, accom
panied' by the baleful smile of a per
son who is about to. make a delib
erate joke; "I used to lecture on
No Objection from Him.
Mrs. Finney--1 have cured my hus
band of the drinkint- habit.
Mrs. B3inney--low did you ever man
Mrs. Finney-Why. I just call him
up on the telephoane several times
every day to see if I can detect ay
odor of liquor on his breath.--Chelsea
Reason for the Jilt.
"Was 3Mrs. Gabbot's 'conversazione'
"Decidedly. Everybody chatted at
a great rate."
"IHowv did she ever manage it?"
"Oh. she had a inusical pro
gramnme, you know, that lasted all
Tryi~ng to Avoid WVork.
"T wvisht yu'd allu giv' ime wot I
want ri'ht vway." complained the
youno g i!'il r<f tl: !'"n. eb h i. litt erly.
"hy' so,..Alcd" i l. askedthe mother,
ini a c'-t lI' ] ntQ.
"',s nell I wudn't haf tew cry so
much.'" explained Alfred.-Ohio State
S:rThiomns ar. K .. •:t .":t on the porch
In th- Ipiht o. it :_very nion,
At:: . . - , . prayer
"T)h. . t f .: r .. ,t! Oh. 1L auty most
I w, :ve i; !.: :,fo to save thine!"
"Tl'h , r. ci . tr .:
Ar: Y.t \vil:. "'iv up allaine?"
-N. Y. ileral.
LOOIC.GI ( Ot"T FOR HERSELF.
· i _ ....
" A. : '. ; , a lrntee
that 1v: h: :, r ways fall
to in \ shnl: '" -- l I rct'i \elit.
Prl't'l''/ :tlrl| P'a'elice.
Thcn Ii. ' it "1 , r., se Leader,'5
If :.: :::!: ..- owII adlvice
At. ;. .y 'i t on his farm.
--Chicag ' Tribune.
The Itn.ton Girl flereaved.
Kate---What makes y on look so sad,
Pert ll? !irel(- . it cn(ill,)t he Fred ]nhas
lriikei, ]is &-e'iar''eitnclt with ymi?
Bertlha-It's vorse than hilat. Some
body has stolen l'ido.-Boston Tran
Gladys-I love him for the enemies
hie has made.
Ethel- Hlow did hlie make them?
;landlys--C'ornered the wheat mar
Visitor-That painting is by an old
master, I see.
Mrs. tMcShoddie (apologetically)
Y-e-s, but tihe frame is new.-N. Y.
The Uulucky Number.
"IHow nmany girls did you make love
to before you married me?"
"Twelve; ibut I forgot to count
them till too late."-N. Y. HIerald.
For SaleR-A farm of 171 tcres,
situated 7 miles northwest of
Jnnings and five miles from
RInike. Can be irriigated from
I Gr;nd canfl. Good rice farm.
Apply to HFenry "owell, tlhe
owneir, LKonnokt, La.. or :at this
oliCei. " 4GFebil,'03
For Rent.---One piano in good
I condition at $3 per month. Miss
M. Pearl Davis. .
7: ' :<- "' · '....::,,i -. - -
t oe r1 ecinple, with shty tears faitlhft service
t11h fuEklN to be sti te' thanevoe. The suot#
't lir fm justlioe and honor in all it-s deutin's with the pu v ar
t0 thoa eve: meet ett'e detands of purchasers of th, rest makes of Plsane '..",'
-- 41The . nplProof MIah~uhok. soldc b1y them for thirty' years no r no trod
e'tle Soth)r' ttb t~lhosat 4'.~iring tIO VEftY I3.ST. Every person "wishes to bay " best hliis "
.$ffo 4, and where DUItABIiLATY, SATISFAC'ION and COST is a considertl o. .r
SMATHUSHEK PIANO %
offers the opportunity to furnish you with the BEST-A MATIIHUHEK. Regular $430 or
fancy Mahogany, Ebony. Walnut or oak---TO CLUB MEMBP RS. $343-Cash; o' $25a
per month, 6 per cent p!cr ':nnucm interest on m>onthly ba ru me(s.
Positively only one hundred will be sold at Ilub pici( of $343 Over one-halt thu me mbe
been taken, many for Christmas delivery. To secutre ,'"te send odtier in tarl y. :1
PLACE ORIDERS11 Tills IMONTI- FOR . .
before the advance in price. CLUB RATES---The .l0uO STYLE FOR $2b2 Cash; or8t10 cash at joiniiv 5.
$6 pet' month; 6 ccr cent interest. ,
i More WERLEIN PI ANOS have been sold unlde r our C:ilu plan in the south during the past year"
any other five mnakes. More value in themi flor i:h. mneary: invested than any otlpr. They are propulatrPii"
sold at a popular price. Join the (:lu now, 1l..ii 'IT'llieu ADIVANCEI. P'uaos shlltpet tit, aty-i._ti-j 1
t fore Christmas.
S rlE ADVANTAGIE OF OI 1" (l :"- PLAN- .. wholehsale price to the purchaser of on'e Vian :< -".
price to all alike, either cash or on' timeri, mnerly cht.' rgirg (i per cent inrt,· eL on monthly L;:lnci3es:.i };'~
T erie above prices inclat.',i : <tl i:n Sd c:i; :1:, i . - .:rd at depot in New ( )rlians for .hlpine t. t"
anos are warranted toer e jus- : ) , 3, (se,:ttd. ,oWe iea'e saved;' f .
member's during past yr-ta' ,ver 1 m ,' 00 ( . , !l ::::: 1,1 'c. stl e n c:(( is i vlcc. ,
if in need of I Piano. cri \`n Wuarci lt ivl; ;e'c t h. ?icilud i g be g . knr Lros,
SPease, Haines, Mo: u lin ch.r- : aso larc e a .t ,- . :, .;-- 1'i os at pri:-e; :'.,n,ra g tro 0 ? , $150,
to -'iT2 Good Otrgas t :5 to .
,Ve are sole a': ., ,oir the Pihanola,
the only Piano Player tih.!t lurnili hs -a, unlinitir d st,c- i: of' \isic to select it cri. l:Everythint in .
Music and Musical Instruments.
PH.1L.P WERL. NJ'E
614-616 Canal Street, N'w Orleansl,
E ecialy . '1 I1 !"*"cing pur
Sss, l. . I.. yn url q' quiretmrits,
an.rc w," will fcirci -h y,,u witi, (tstitrates3.:.
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W. U. t'ine. C. R. Cline. J. D. Cline
CLINE & CLINE,
At_:or nreys at Law
and Notaries Public.
O:ices, IJc:r-on a d Lake I harles.
A4rouipt a te!:,on to ll busineas.
C. E. HUNTER, M. D.
Rooms 3 and 4, Morse Block.
Phone Nos., Residence 35, Office 4.
LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.
PLEASANT ROOMS AND
EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE.
RATES 81 AND 81.50 PER. DAY.
MRS. A. M. PIPER.
The Pleasure Launch
will leave Like Arthur for the
Hunting Marsh every Saturday
of each week; leaves Lake Ar
thur after the mail boat arrives
J. F. DUDLEY, Prop.
Why not 'Phone 151 and have
your Sewing Machine cleaned
and repaired, and made to rsan
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.
1 Agency Steam Laundry
and Dye Works.
NORTH MAIN ST.,
" i- , i, A t. 'r ,.- .
F. I ? -. ,..; .
1C I. HALL, Preos. D. D. ANviiUS, V. Prost. J. H. HOrriAN, Cashier
t THE CITIZENS' BANK,
+ý JENNINGS, LOUISIANA.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.'
Directors: J. II. Hoffman, C. A. Lowry. E. 1. Hall, D. Hebert, A. D. McFarlain,
A.M. Arthur, Edd Morris, D. D. Andrus, / . C. Andras.
Collections receive prompt attention. A general banking business
HOMES FOR THE MIM R
In Southwestern Missouri, Western ansas
Eastern Texas and Western Louis a
on the Line of the
oIANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAIL A
"Straight as the Crow Flies" roa- .
KANSAS CITY TO THE
Through the Cheapest Land Now
for Settlement in the United State
i magnlecent country adapted So the cultivetlton o small
sgalr cane, apples, peauele, berries, oommercial truck fsrmt
of holrses, moles, cattle, hogs and sheep, at price rar
Free Government Homesteads to Twenty-Five Dollar.1
Write for a Copy of fRRBENT EVENTS. pnublc
(INJAS.I CITY SOUTHER RN
8. G. WARINER, O. P. " T. A., Temple S1to.
U. D. DUITTON. Traveling Passengeu AgI 4
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