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J- ;:: ... O -AOF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION: 50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year N. L. MILLER; Editor and Proprietor.
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rkJ NN1f, LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30) 190.1. NUMI El 251.
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tap1)erutb Co., Ltd,
is one of ngest ompaies financially there are, or will operate in the Jennings field. c .o.m
..o. oer are all men of .eeptionai busin'ess ability and its holdings are of the best, consisting of oO.;
SKea f farm, formerly owned by Cooper & Lehman, lying southeast of -
:'" ednings and adjoining the Southern Pacific right of way, making the site unequaled for the speedy and ý'"
Seoonomical h.ndling of the prol~a This is a big saving to stockholdersd.
The t derrick is now eing ©oastructed and the contract for drilling is being let. Work will corn- O..:.
" - m ence very shortly. - *;'
So, A limiteid number of shares in this company are o th .
now offered for sale at 50c per share,-par value
.00. Flly paid and non-assessable.
LANDS FOR SAS.--Abomt 80 acres adjoining the well site has been subdivided into tracts
" ranging from 24 acres up, and are now offered to purchasers at a reasonable price. This is a fineop- .
portunity to get a splenmi"I located small tract.
"OFFI1CElS----i'r E. I. Hall, President, Pr-eident Citizens Bank.
A.. id. Arthir, Vice-PresideUt, extensive rice grower apd buyer. .
. t.Dalen, Secretary-Treaearer-, a prominent real estate broker. o.
S' DIHECTORS. Hj . Homan, Cashier Citizens Bank: C. A;. Lowry, B. C. Andrus, Edd lMor- ..'.
! Y ris, J. M. Cooper., E. C. French, J. P. Black, Albert Derouen, C. C. Gauthier, ."
• _ -D. Hebert, of Jennings: Hon. T. J. KernBn, Eugene C'azedessus of the Bank of .: .o,
o"*.!: Baton Rouge, and Col. W.. L. Stevens of Baton IRouge, and the officers of the ,,
o,4 reomjpan ,"O:y
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e..THE I_ Ir --
NATIONAL RICE 1ILLING CO.
having the Pembroke Mill, Crowley,
and Mill "A'.' and St. Louis Mills at New Orleans, La.,
being the Best Equipped Mills in the United States,
doing the best work, giving the best returns,
Are Willing to Buy Rice
Or TOLL MILL at 25 cts Per "arrel.
guaranteeing returns in two weeks from the time
the rice is milled, should patrons so desire.
Liberal cash advances made on rice put in our charge for toll miliin,,. 01
See our Representative, ,
A. N". ARTHUR,
A. N". Arth4ler, Buyer for ;h
lational Rice Milling Company.
Office Next Door South of Citizens Bank.
Bring me your samples, sell me your rice
and receive the same old square treatment.
if Represented in WELSH, by
HUSKEY & COVERDALE.
" I I now have an assortment _second to none,
3 -AT THE---
L " Miss -Lola Moses.
1S* -AT lTHE-e tUltltl -*··lll·lltltlQL
THE LOSS WILL
BE HALF MILLION in
The Town of St. Joseph, La., i
HIas a Terrible Con- in
iS. .1 tph, La., Oct. 30.-The
fiercist and most damaging fire
ev,ýr known in this section broke
out here yesterday luornilug at 1
o'clock and the entire business
portion on the west side of the
town, as well as many residtenc ci:
is ill aishes. The loss is estiui aLil I
Iat nearly half a million dolltiars.
W. A. Cartl'tr & Co.'s iardi1ar- ,
land grlIcery stores arte I)burned
til. loss Lein] estitpated at i iiu,
03'; .i,. -epll Fore & Co. list
their ,e. 'r..l tI:crclandise .t, r. ,
los-s sLinattOJ at 8t0U,t,,e. hiu
nor .& Co.'s 1.,-,s is estimated at "
1., a.it The St. .Josepi Dru;ia
C . and a lUllnb)er o1 simiailler
busiinels louses ailso wont uLp ill
The ire brI,ke out in the lhard
e ware store of W. A. Carter&
Co. and rapidly spread to all con
. tiguous property. Next to thet
hardware store, W. A. Carter &
Co. owned a large grocery estab
lishiment stored full of highly in
11ammniable material and with an
almost inexhaustible supply to 1
Sfeed upon, the flames made such
rapid head-way that control was
: The stores were all well filled
" with dry goods and other infiam
mnable stuffs, while the grocery
department contained many bar
rels of oil, and as each exploded
the rage of the flames was in
creased. The popping of the
barrels as the oil exploded was
* like a miniatu.'e cannonade.
At 12 o'clock nothing remains
* of the business section of this
* little town but a mass of charred
ruins and ashes. Many people
* are homeless and the loss has
crippled business here, which
means even greater suffering,
* owing to the fict that the fire has
occurred just at the inception of
* the business season.
B® Glassware at the Fair
HIE MET DEATH b
LIKE A DOG. to
Czolgosz Passed Into the
Unknown .Beyond With- any
out Repenting. sa:
Auburn, N. Y., Oct., 30-Prior
· to the execution yesterday Czol- we
Sgosz acted in a very indifferent fot
manner. He went to the chair in an
exactly the same manner as have
* the majority of murderers in this fo
: state, showing no particular sign
' of fear, but in fact, doing what
few of them have done-talking p1
* to the witnesses while he was
: being strapped in the chair. lei
* "I killed the President becase
he was an enemy of the good peo- ha
. pie -of the working people, I am DI
* not sorry for my crime.
:j These were his words its the ha
I: guards hurriedhim intothe chair. bc
* A mome. t later, mumbling i
: through the half adjusted face w
i straps, he said "I am awfully pt
sorry I could not see my father."
Czolgosz retired last night at c1
10 o'clock and slept so soundly sa
that when Warden .Mead went to
the cull shortly before 5 o'clock at
in the moriining, the guard inside
had to shake C(zlgosz to awaken
him. He sat up on the edge of
cot and made no reply to the
warden's greeting of "God 01
l., mnorning.n. '
Warden Bollins had a lengthy ii
interview w-h him. Night was
chosen for the inquiry and at) 9
o'clock the superintendent called
on Czolgosz. The prisoner was il
transferred to another part of I
he the prison where there was no d
one to overhear the conversatiotn.
re SCUI,:IINTENDE'NTI TALK WITH
t 1 T'll0 P l oNEl. n
, "'oN , -'zoig'-sz I want you to
talk to ime, I'mi the only on)o that
lecan dou any d and if ou
i ,.ll n.. a.ythin,-g I f'yi huell) you
to. out of here.
'"I don't want to et (oult of
h iler. T1iCy'd kill 1e out-ide,", ii
I v s A.ti l reply. t
l ''d kill vouit
" \\ L\ the p,'oI,le."
Y' ou to 111 the taen who told
u- ou t, kill the President?"' asked
M rl. '.l;li s. I
• "No: notclvy told 111e to kill the
in Pre,:id int, I l 'an the 1)opl'.'
"Xlho gave you the money to
'd- get to 3ulqTahlo?"
No one. A man in Chicago
l-wanted to see me and I went
the there fr)in Cleveland." I
X& 1"Who was the man? 'asked the
"I don't remember his name."
"Do you remember where he
uch No I don't know the naines of
the streets there."
"How did you get to Buffalo
ed from Chicago? Did this man pay
m your fare'. No sir. I had some
money I earned at painting and
- carpenter work."
ded "Didn't this man in Chicago
and some others tell you to kill
the "No they did not. I thought
Sit out myself."
ains "Did you first follow thePresi
is dent to San Francisco to kill
is him?" "That's a lie," responded
the prisoner,"I did not; I did not
o make up my mind till I had been
hic here a few days."
"You say you worked for your
h money and your father says you
So never had anuy money and that
Syou would not work."
"He's no good. He married a
woman who made me cook my
own food in' the house after I had
Superintendent Collins at - in- E
tervals repeated the question as
" to who sent him to kill the Presi- to
dent, but to each other query he
would respond: w
"Nobody, I did it myself.l" d;
e "You know. Emma Goldiuian di
says you are an idiot and no good '
and that you begged a quarter of m
her." "I uon't care what she i,
says. She did nut te:l me to Lo
"What did you kill the Presi- mn
dent for?" W
"He would not give nme any hi
1- work." "Did you ever ask him it
Sfor work'?" Yes at Canton once, i
n and he turned me d..wn. ' Im
e "Did you ever ask any body else tl
s for work?" vi
" 'Yes, lots."
t '-Whp didn't you shoot they jo- 1k
g ple who refused you?" s,
" "They are not like Mr. McKin- h
ley. He could have fixed me." 1
e "Who helped you tie up your tl
hand in the hankderchief?" i t
r DIDN'T HAVEI A HANDKERCHIEF. ! f(
"Nobody, I never had any,
e handkerchief on my hand. Any
r. body that says so l;e ~. I had the
ig pistol in my coat. pocket and
e when I got near the President I i:
IS pulled it out and fired." 0
"Why,they found the handker- o
it chief you had it wrapped in," t
I said Mr. Collins. b
t" "That aint so," he earnestly C
:k answered. "I didn't have a hand i
le kerchief. I had the pistol in my c
f Aniong the hundreds of letteris
le received for Czolgosz at the pris- t
d on was one, mentioning a gvi i
named Amy of Chicago. Mi r. Co!l- i
I insthinking to surprise hiu : 1
as I -You?' oirl named
Chicago is coming to see you. '
ed The prisoner said, wilh stolid
as indifference, and without tihe
of least tremor of surpl ise: "I
no don'tl know any such girl, I don't
in. want to see henr.
"i ' "Do yo iknow where o wi are
to ' "Yes in prison:.'
itt "Do you know w\here the pris
)u on is'" -N\o." ryas the reply.
lu "You know that you are going
to die?"' asked M r. Collins.
S"Yes I supalose so). I expected
it, "and he an:swered the qlues
tio, in the same ( ategoric 1l way
thit lie ai nswvere. all thi rest.
Mir. C'ollins closea the inter
)ld vic w by sayin':
i'd "'if von v:u w lnit to ell me any
thing, the nu-ards will noltilvy me.
the Czlglo:az mIIade no11) re.)lv and
was taken Iback to his cell.
to -i' We havie it,have you:? G(rass
matting. The Jennings Hard
g( ware C(). -
et Gombo Supper.
Served by the Ladies' Altar
the Society Wednesday, October :30,
in the new Hulbert building. he
l." ginning at; 5:30. Gombo. 2. cents:
he cake and coffee, 10 cents.
No matter how small,
No matter how large,
The First National Bank of Jennings
will give it careful attention
E. F. ROWSON, President. F. E. BLISS, Vice-President.
GEO. A. COURTNEY, Cashier. H. H. HOAG, Asst. Cashier.
F'. F. MORSE, J. P. HABER, F. E. BLISS9
S. J. JOHNSON, E. F. II4)WSON.
This Bank is now open for business in its
Itemporary quarters in the Mahaffey Building
I File Your Information.
Jeni,ings, Oct. 28, 1901.
' Editor RECORD:
/ Dear Sir-Would you please
I tell me, and also others through
the paper, that aft r all that has
been said about the rum shops,
why they are not closed on Sun
day. It is time something was
Sdne, and that at once. Please
1state if they c in or can not be
f made to closte their places on
Sunday. I ask this for infor
MitR FRANCe:S STONEHAM.
Upon rec-oipt of the above com
mnunication the RECORD editor
went to Mavyor Sweet and asked
E him if the town had any author
1 ity to deal with sa:oons for sell
+ ing liquor on Sunday. The
mayor replied that he had au
e thority to prevent saloons from
violating the Sunday law, and
would certainly fine any saloon
0 keeper against whom he could
secure evidence. When asked if
he was aware that salooons were
running on Sunday, he Ireplied
r that he was inot, but that if any
responsible person would file in
: formation to that effect he will
e Branching Out
d A. D. D. Co ites, for the past yea.r
I in the em ploy f Glver, the tail
or, left for e nings Monday to
i-" open a bracil of , Mr. Glover's
" tailoring establi hinent. Since
beginning business here Mr.
y Glover has buiit up such a re
I putaition for pai:ist.lktingcare and
y c .,rect styles in tailoring, and
the consequent increase in his
"s business has been so great, that
t. the demand for his work justifies
:-i this enlargement. The peopleof
11. the east part of the parish may
r r on it thlij n'r:'k entrusted to
A,.' Coate's wali ,e executed in
the best style.---Amierican
id IA;After breakfast and din
' neor try an El ':. ('-ar :tt Mitch
'I cll & Embich.
;'`The Pelican Rice Mill &
W\ trehouse Ca.. will stor'e and
le hip youlr lrice, ii pay the high
st, marhket lprice all ' r:,tCies of
ro.iwh rice. dwlm
Tilie lHet l'rescripto.in for .tala.ria
C_', lls :,, i it ".' t' i-, . , ti ," " :'t "e's
l -:t- ,o (ii: onic. It is st.i=',t" iron
S'ur , No '>;' Price i c.
ys- = o'lletn,:iti of laces and
av rUib s in 1 t 12-Iar(d pieces at
10i. IThe 1': i r.
r 1An. ter invoice of rooting
" : ' ý Ur r i, Ie !.isuraice see
d .ltst's iX it. <~-it ti i t t'iti:ens
iss Horses for Sale.
r(d. Carload o" single drivers and
work horse,, four sale cheap.
Southside Liv ery 13arn. i G
Lar ist yu property for sale
: w0, withN. R. Strng., manager for
he- the Gulf Coast Land & Invest
its; inent Co. O)tiice in IL.:coI:u build