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H JENNINGS DAILY RECORD.
DENT LOCAL'NEWSPAPER. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS.. SUBSCRIPTION: 50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor.
It JENNINGS, LOUISIANA TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1901 NUMBER 256.
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SOil and Development Co., Ltd,
and ' 1 * A "".
Capital Stock, $a 00000 ,1.1 Jn ings, Louisianadt
This is one of the strongest companies financially there are, or will operate in the Jennings field. .,,o
Its officers are all men of exceptional business ability and its holdings are of the best, consisting of
220 acres, constituting the Big Spring farm, formerly owned by Cooper & Lehman, lying southeast of oO:
gen n i n g s a n d a d j o i n i n g t h e S o u t h e r n P a c i fi c r i g h t o f w a y , m a k i n g t h e s i t e u n e q u a l e d f o r t h e s p e e d y a n d Ther
economical handling of the product. This is a big saving to stockholders. $.
The derrick is now being constructed and the contract for drilling is being let. Work will com
mence very shortly.
A limited number of shares in this company are ..
now offered for sale at 500 per share, par value
$1.00. Fully paid and non-assessable.
LANDS FOR SALE.-About 80 acres adjoining the well site has been subdivided into tracts
ranging from 21 acres up, and are now offered to purchasers at a reasonable price. This is a lineop- S
"ý portunity to get a splendidly located small trace,. .
OFFICERS.-Dr. E. I. Hall, President, President Citizens Bank.
- ~A. Mi. Arthur, Vice-President, extensive rice grower and buyer.
R. Dahlen, Secretary-Treasurer, a prominent real estate broker. ..
* DIRECTORS.-J. H. Hoffmann, Cashier Citizens Bank; C. A. Lowry, B. C. Andrus, Edd Mor- ;..;
N "ris, J. Mi. Cooper, E. C. French, J. P. Black, Albert Derouen, C. C. Gauthier, "o.,
-o-" D. Hebert., of Jennings; Hon. T. J. Kernan, Eugene C azedessus of the Bank of i.*:.,
Baton IRouge, and Col. W. L. Stevens of Baton Rouge, and the officers of the .
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NATIONAL RICE MILLING CO.
having the Pemnbroke M iii, Crowley.
and Mill "A" and St. Louis Mills at New Orleans, La.,
being the Best Equip'ped 51ills in the United States,
doing the best work, giving the best returns,
Are Willing to Buy Rice
Or TOLL MILL at 25 cts Per Barrel.
guaranteeing returns in t w wt'eks fronl the time
the rice is milled, shu"',ed patrons so desire.
Liberal cash advances laucd on rice pe:t in our c'LharI for toll millinlg.
See our Representative,
. M. A 'RT f-UR.
,A r. M . Avthu r, Buyer fo
National Rice ii ig Co wpany
Oilit e Nex't Ioor uth (,: itij. s i;;
Bring me your samples, sell me your rice
snd receive the same old square treatmnent.
1i" Represented in WELSH, by
HUSKEY & COVERDALE.
_` now have an assortment second to none, -
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G. A. R. Hall.
S "-'--Miss Lola Moses.:
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J. M. ijvaps will do your paint
ing and pa:pering in up-t.)-d':te
style and lowest prices.
By woman experienced in house
worib. Call at Record office.
Horses for Sale.
Carload of single drivers and
Iwork horses for sale cheap.
Southside Livery Barn. 9 6
$5 00 Rewsaro.
The above reward wvill be paid
for the return to Jennings of the
two ponies belonging to Oscar
La:e and N. L. Miller, nnw sun
posed to, be in the ieighborhotod
of China ,r Elt:n.
SList ;",ur lpropi'r(h lt r s, le
Swith N. . Strlonlg, managecr for
the G ilf (" s]ast L & IlVest
i : ;. (_ e in 1 v:i:a . ' bu .
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ALC ESI U
20 x 20 Inches.
Sections numbered, & Town
ship, Range and Meridian
By Mail, Postpaid.
Flotsam and Jetsam of the
Aftermath of the Most Destructive Blaze
That Has Visited Jennings Since the
Establishment of the Town.
That Jennings; Phoenix like,
is rising grander, nobler and
uore substantial from the ashes
of a direful disaster, is apparent
upon every hand.
You cannot obstruct the on
ward progress of a nervy and
courageous peopqle be the caltun
- ity ever so sore and far-reaching
in its direful consequences.
e Fvidences are multiplying
hourly throughout the bur:ned
district to bring order out of
chaos, system antd co:cltit o, n;
tion in clearing the waste plla:ces
and erecting thereon fitting men- 1
cments to the untiring ::.ll and
indefatigable labors of a progres
G sive community.
A walk through the b ure, ',
d district, involving live seli1
Sbl,:cks of the leading l1,1uimness
institutions of tlihe place, dic',
es the fact that workl i; a!'lady
under way hlook:ing to the r'
)ui'dig of many of the est b
io ish ients that \vbe u i. in lm(.
Sand snoke yester~cday ii(, .
;]l s 1 11,l'e ;t ti, " .: 1 , , i '
thus::' ihu(t ('101 ) fl' II; i V.
to riiaill ho) I n,() tl;i. iSouth'
Ie aboe SRailroad "v)(iil(i, enue.
a:; the lirol)erty h,1lCder i ,o'j.il,,
to ('l'ent a imore s)1 sU 4.. si -cit -
The following (dia.lrah,, (t,
scribed in extenso at last night's
meeting of the City Coauncil, will
doubtless give a clear-er idea as
to the boundaries of the lire lim
its, than . word picture could
That there has oeen a very
able-bodted and strenuous hick
against the establishment of the t
1ire limits goes without question.
and yet still others equally in
terested in the town's mater"ial
progress, claim 'that the provis
ion will operate ti, the ultimate 1
good of the entire conlinmoinity.
Mr. McFarlaiu is today ias
cheerful as if nothing had ever
occurred to mniar the even toner
of his way in life's pathway.
The smoke had not ceased to
curl from the blackened heap
that marked the spot of his for
mer elegant and costly estab
lishment, before lie was en
gaged in rearing a tempora.iy
-tiuctutre to accommlnodato a new
stock ot goods.
He will build a two-story
brick stor, hou.,e, 100 feet r:o:: '
in.' on Broadwa:y by 133 feet on
ailroad aveaue. It will be an
r,-to(-date dti piatmenvt store and I
eC fh)lete in ul! of it.s p')iit-1
i',enits. M'r. 3"I('I,,Lin sa :ys tl!'
fiire will i'' n , l:, i lterii re i
vw,'it lh organi.tin of th i A ,
F. i,. ('uttiI S& Co.
D 1 . :. l 'e -.rr .
(.Cotin-. ac:nci.: (iiiC,.
I ,oy & N\e, man, sao!,n, arc`
erectbing a toeilmorary frame
structure in the rear of the Mc
The debris on many lots in the
burned districtare being cleared
awiay preparatory to rebuilding.
`'Ahere at the present time 2000
sacks of rice on the ground near
the warehouse of Fain & Crelow,
unable to find shelter because of
the scarcity of ears to move the
large amount of the cereal now
Workmenare engaged in clean
ing up the ground of the Jen
nings Machine shop. What
their plans are for the future is
not yet known.
All the banks are doing busi
ness today. The Citizen's bank
Continued on Page 4.
NOW IN FORCE
City Louncil Created a Fire
Limit at a Special Session
Held Last Night
An Ordi nan il-_ istablishing
Limits withitl w'.ic!h buildings of
certain structural material may
be built, and prwovidnfl the penal
ties for its violation:
Section I. B.e it ordained by
the Mayor and i3jard of Alder
men of the 'T'own of Jennings,
that from and after the adaption
hereof it shall be unlawful for
any person or persons partner
ship or Curporations to erect or -
cause to be erecet:d or colnstruc
ted, within the limits herein
after described, any building or
other structure, unless the walls
thereof shaii oc composed of
brick,stone or otier nlon-olubus
tible Imaterial nt less than
twelve illnchles tliic, and the roof
com:posed of sl..e, tile, tin or
loher approved "naterial, non
Section II. Be it further or
dained that before beginning the
costructiou ol any buildiig or
other structure within the said
mils,itshalili rlaLter be necess
ary to percure a permit for said
coilstructiou fvom the Mayor,
and board of _Aldermen, and the
said t autiloritie.-; hail, before
such permit, r,_qjire the pres
Sentation to tlihe: of tile plans and
specifications ot such structure,
and they shall not grant such
permit unie suaidi plans a:id and
specifications conflorm heIyewith.
Section 11. ,: it furthur or
irained that the limits within
which this orltanee shatll be
!o1," ttive are tie cribed ais fol
. 1ws, to wit: beg iniing at Rail
,: Avo: u" ,n v..-L s;de of
_tUti . eI i [ . c 1.:s t, Ce 1 tit along
lŽt Ui south
t i. a: , ,i :,; eul, thence
, ,t ' ti ' e"," :,,- ''n ý .ate and
• - e~r~ayo·, ".. .:l :.t l l ,cL" ro t
`Ionbo .l inon noh o
U " second
tr :i . '. , ' L. to utley be
i , .,u th c 1:. thence
: 1, ior:t l' t b ' , . i ast side
, Laie' . .' oh)O f way
t. wit ' i ," l'it road in
,c -';strly , t ,'a iin. ing.
Nt:cti: . 1 it fu rthur or
lainc 'd, tlia.t y ielati~oiu of this
ordinalce hi ,i ain isdei;ei an
or, antd upoli ' ,' victionl, punish
anle by imnl)ir Oiiminnt not to,) ex
ceed thirty i:ays ,r a line 2.1t to
exceed (O.'il) dollars, fifty dol
lars or both, at the discretion of
the Mayor, an.1 the person so
convicted shall in addition be
condenimed to remove the struc-
ture or building within ten days,
and in case he shall not do so,the
same shall be removed by the
town at the expense of the own
er or builder, the said amount to
be recovered in any court of
Approved Nov. 4th,1901.
H.H. HOAG. D.E.SWEET.
Clerk. Mayor. .o
Ladles of The G. A. R. f
Owing to loss of room, and its
contents the members of Shiloh
circle, are requested by the
President to meet at the-hon~eo
Mrs, M. L. Roberts, on aaturday
Nov. 9 at usual hour. A full at
tendance is desired.
M. L Ra