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NNINGS DILY RECORi,
. PAE. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBS RIPTION: 50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year N. L. MILLER, Editor and
" -----"JENNINGS, LOUISIANA MOND , ECEMBER 2, 1901. NUMB.k 28
... ...l n rnnu nAT Il (Ti1 TPaJUn1u 1211
SDevelop menOt Co., LtdRt
it Stock, $200,000 .Jennings, Louisiana F
This is one of the strongest companies financially there are, or will operate in the Jennings field. -4.
aIts officers are all men of exceptional business ability and its holdings are of the best, consisting of - .
, tt oWicrs ae all ten oB eceprin farm formerly owned by Cooper & Lehman, lying southeast of *'*•
ep ings and adjeinsting the Southern Pacific right of way, making the site unequaled for the speedy and V. .'
- micl handinig of the product. This is a big saving to stockholders.
e m .""Ticl is now being constructed and the contract for drilling is being let. Work will com- ,
" c me very shortly. _
-:::- A limited number of shares in this company are r
Snow offered for sale at 50c per share, par value
..; o.- .-
$1.00. Fully paid and non-assessable. •.."
j"-FO SALE.About 80 acres adjoining the well site has been subdivided into tracts ý L,.AND FR AL.
LANDS and are now offered to purchasers at a resonable rice. This is a fine - ""
";.' ranging from 21 acres up, and are now of
":-. portunity to get a splendidly located small tract. ..'
. O g .e-Dr. E. I. lo1, President, President Citizens Bank.
OF E A.S . M. Arthur, Vice-President, extensive rice grower and buyer.
'*. ahlen, Secretary-Treasurer, a prominent real estate broker. ° .'
DORcr:s. . Homa Cashier Citizens Bank: C. A. lowry, Ii. C. \Andrus, Edd Molr- .
* "4 O ris, J. Cooperffmann, a. C. French, J. P. Black, Albert Derouen, C. C. Gaabithie, :"
ris, Hebert, of Jenniffs: Hon. T. J. Kernan, Eugene C'azedessius of the Bank of &.0;
aion . ouge, and Col. W. L. Stevens of Baton IRouge, and the ofliers of the ,*
.o" company. • . . " .... • -o .
ATIONL RICE MILLING CO
yhving the Pembroke Mill, Crowley.
end Mill "tA0l and St. Louis 1Mil t a$eyi- Orleans: , La,.
being the Best Equipped Mills in the United St.ate, I McI
doing the best work, giving tlhe best returns,
Are Willing to Buy Rice 1
for CASH. "
Or TOLL MILL at 25 cts Per Barrel.
guaranteeing returns in two weeks from the time
the rice is milled, should patrons so desire. LC
Liberal cash advances made on rice put in our charge for toll milling.
See our Representative, º
A. M. ARTI-H1UI- P
A. NM. Arthur, Buyer for
National Rice Milling Company.
Office Next Door South of Citizens Bank. in
Bring me your samples, sell me your rice I,
and receive the same old square treatment.
I~ Represented in WELSH, by
ITSKEY & COVERDALE.
HAS RISEN FROM ITS A'HES.
COMPLET''E LINE OF..... o
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines01
aid Toilet Articles in Stock.
3g-Not one bottle saved from the lire.
V. B. Richard, Manager.
50 feet 3$ inches north of Mrs. Abbott's store.
...-- - ----- - a
Pelican Rice ill and Warhouse Co. Limited,
'- BONDED WAREHOUSE.
Will Buy, Store, or Mill on toll HOUGH RICE In any quantity.
IbeCArl CASEI ADVANCES made on R-ice put in our charge. 9-11 d&wn
New Meat wha
- 3Ii- Iclot
IMcFarlain's New Store. ed I
Call and see us, ed I
and get the _-- .
BEST MEAT cra
in TOWN "e
-AT THE- 1ee
L~OWEST PIIES, 'i
Beef Meat at 10 and 8c. the
Pork at 13c. ret
Pogue & Bonnin. fl
D. M. GRIER. FRANK COTTON. f;
Grier & Cotton, B
and Surveyors. ul
Mr. ('ttonf will locate in ~ ,71. -1
Mnd Mr. (;rier will continue to ( rc<,d' at
e ilate(-, 1' p' day. Assistai) 111i
li ( nw m - t NtlS l..
First caýi Laundry done at H .s-1
_ onable ]ates at our .Ne Lauol:,h
cornr Stalte and Davis streets. I
HONG .LEE, Prop.
Sd283-3m11 Ji:NN N . \.
' Our sawvmill on Mai:thu
pIralO'e l- nlow pirepl'red to nake'
p'roupt deliv-ry of derric: o ,I
other liaterial to any po mint iln the a
oil field. 1 ,ave n'irders at the
S office near S. P. deip)t.
J. E. 1FosT1EIt & SoNS.
Ay'ANl'iI;) - )-Ser and willing
maIrrie'id Lan for s'Cteady work by
D)ec. 1st, to take charge' of :2
Shorse delivery wagon. Address,
,Delivery," care Racoi.lo u office.
Sr. -Now is the time to buy oil
stock if you expect to make mon
ey on your luvestmeient. Moses
& St. Germain can supply your
d l StOIp e Cough anrd !1orka the Cold oil.
Laxative BIroni) Qu(ininet T'abletsctlre.
aI cold in one day. No (Cure, No Pay
i Price 25 cents.
,For Sale-Two span o' mules.
Enquire of H. F. Jacunke. s1.2-1w
FoR SALE - Second-hand top
ibuggy in good order, at almost
w n your own price See RECORD.
THE WORK OF A G
Five Members of a Family Propx
Altoona, Pa., Dec. 2.-Mrs. Chi
Mary C.Burk and her four child- tional
ren, Adam, aged 16 years; May. defen
13 years old; Johanna, aged 11, labor
and Joseph Victor, aged 8 years, Great
all burned to death at their home Fran'
at George Station, near here yes- Engli
terday. Carl W. Burk, the hus- ago F
band,was seriously burned about The s
the back. cheeC
Mrs. Burk and all the children
except Adant, retired at the usu- this
at hour last night. Mr. Burk gate
: who was in Altoona, did not get of L
home until late. The lamp was orga
burning in the kitchen for him. BIit:
Before lie went upstairs he turn- ity 0
ed it low. A lunch was left on and 1
the kitchen table for Adam, who ntug
is a stage hand at the Al ton:a nha
Opera House. It is ..t known had
what time Adam coa i home. of I
Mrs. Burk was :\v.I;konled by a the l
dense simoko in her room. She thin;
awoko her husband, who found
the kitchen ablaze. Burk's
clothing was ignited, but he roll- or
e. ed inthe snow to extinguish the tail
flames. He then summoned tTllh
neighbors, but when they arriv.
ed there was ta hope of saving
hasoe or rescusing the inmates.
Bur',; was sent away to, a hospitalY
crazed with grief. The house was
was soon consumed and the bod
ies, charred and bla.kened, were
recovered. One corpse could not uet
S. not be distinguished from the
other. The general opinion is
that Adam forgot to extinguish
the light in the kitchen when lie
retired, and that the lamp was in
some way upset, possibly by the
fatmily dog. wa
:I·J\i'ater c ti teS, oil tanks. mi
' ior wvagoas or reserVOirs, see .1, h
B. Killinger, .lenntngs, La. dr
A Fitting Tribute. 1h
S As per ann' oLuncetntillt ill Sat
ur ay's IECoRD, a l.trge auldi:nceo
a selubib. t in1 tlh (ýclgr' a,' tiinl n l i
chliurch e-tý. rci:.y aittruniot to h
ttteud the wltnloriil servic in
Simemoiy of their late pastor,lhcv.
',W. C. Miller, 1D. D. hev. Welsh, wi
:: presidCed. Sh .lt 't, logies show- \i
imn the 10any ''od :and noble vir
Stoes olt th deccae-.d, bth s a at
u iniister Of tie go.;pcl and a citi- g
zen tht',rugh the v'iti s ilý': (.nles i
of life were delivere'd b HVs.
Wlu. Lu lkin, M.. C. lickmian, W.
I. Siitb, iid M. S. L. Calry.
S:. I Scrtiture reading by tev. P.
Drawn tild lltiaer was ofl'elredi
u oy Rev\. Wilgus. The choir
It ire rendered oe very 'pri
n lthce ate selecti ms. L
Fo- . .i1r ,oil stock in ,l , ,,,f the 1
Ns. -oipalies see Moses t'ui Si.. e
ik 1y3 Messrs. _utPgue & lnunill sayt t
of 2 they find tt the cat tle and hugs
)ess'.,' ae not as ,,ood as they should
ie. in this sectimu of the country.
uy oil So they have arrantled to sell
"o- soniething lirs" t.lss at their
! now market. They c.ordi tlly in
rite each citizen to give thiit a
use , -n call. ( 3d2
' Pay F ,or s.tle, niy i'esidetcee
mul.prop irty 1)i (a. tl aveIltIt. 'o\rite
n tiles. t for 1ri00 and tot I, at Parjs
S.2-1w Texas, 00.o N. Funk.
ud top| .~W auit¢d, to ilire ,tit_ or
almost $2,000. First c'ass toal estate
ORD. -security. Call at this oflice.
A GIGANTIC JEN
Proposition to Form Inter- Rapic
Chicago, Dec. 2.-An interna- New c
tional alliance for offensive and Jet
defensive purposes between the of Je
labor unions of this country and ly id(
Great Britain was advocated by tion
Francis Chandler of Manchester, lRailr
England,at a meeting of theChic- kIIono
ago Federation of labor tonight. IH--4
The suggestion was received with ed 1
1 Mr. Chandler, who conies to volu
this country as a fi:lternal dele try
gate to the Allerlicn I'edeatin unl:
t of Labor, r'1prel'i (nts 2.U,000 n t
organized worklelln in (ite:,t
lBritain. In tracing the simiilar- The
_ ity of court procedureiil England j e1n
and the UIited States whlen x dil- i t\wte
Sing with hlabor tl rubles. Lih. i(u:
a Chandler d:c:lar'ed t!uit tihe time 1im;
a had turived when the exchange (rol1
of fraternal deiegates between nort
a the two countries should be some est
e thing more than a inure formality. mitc
1ler Life Crushed O. as
The little seven yoa:.r oldd,!tu ih- 11in
le ter of Alexion !Uaigl w; n:v:ueiden- ot
d tally ilied Sunuaiy a ternoon.ll l
The family were returing fi;'on tli
:L visit to iacasinUe andt were tlri v- s
Sing toward' their houle on the ber
east side , :\you Nozpique. It
so was raini;te and all oft lhd occui- iv
id- 'Lit- of til(he w\lt:1, ll ii:t: quil ts over ul n
re them. The vehicle was tu'ued of'ti
lot out of the road to r:; :llothtel' jlht
he teallm, when the clhit fell (lilt and Ric
the hind wh1( i h of the w\\Io!I- pass- ly
l oed over her shoulders and chest piy
l-e crushing her body and causing ant
i instant death. me
he The accident wa-i no n)oticitd pll
by the other occupants of thn, ii
\vag tri, a11(l the child w,\as not an
ks. Ilii. sed by thoil u :il i rioug;ll t pe
.1, hone 1:by a K.iiihr, N. K. Lan- su
dr'ew, whoil was drit':viong c,:)it diSof
lailc)e belinld. atnd saw hler fail i
from thl wa\ n. \I r. Landru di:
itt- paicked tlhe, d('ists body; of t"i, little
eol girlup antd t, i.: it -:oiult,: n1 \vhten oh
l the parent- saw it they were
to horrilied. t:
3 in -
reV. ,. Ut l t ICetL :
ish, will ilave l" o. ic.. iln -., illi St
o w- 1\etl "aved ill :it '; , , .itln
I\'11 ' i a \! ,l' i ll S ' oV 11" 10 W -1
,vir- . ltw u tu s. All knidl tl:t h< liar .'c:,^ i k
s a 11 ati 'iess ats, alls' Ill,'
citi goodt stock of lil \\'i:;,ls. Call t
tcad ailld see us. I
SLVS L. I l hals. & CO.
' l Bought School Section. I
red \:. ga- .lc t Saturday to J. J.-V:itt.L
e A. I . N '\e!\ l , . l' . PhV l ill- t
I | . d ' N. Ja" t-t, iat atJottt - I' t
1pri l t acrt . This i., lth.,. ;cio l :.cet
S t, rS ' ti li tro c, to land.
5ay| tation. cae utterl's Ini mii de h 5.
hogs Apply at I IX'O-ui) ohicee. 1
lou l Mayor's Court.
utry. sell aisol (has. Brooks was iiu
thsil ei id 1l0.i 'oy M olil ir o\VOC t this
thi i nlorlling for assaolt iand battery
n a Oil thi pelso ' of II. 11. Tlnia-.
4i a 3roIkins cl.ailsis that 'l'hioias \vai:
l Enqrir at o lit
estato - -- d hT ' the i - icd y' or w\eek
e. J.'t.'. Hinchljif 's ' restaurant.
AND OIL FIELDS.
Rapid Development of One
of the Richest Spots
New Orleans Daily Picayune.
Jennings was named in honor
of Jennings McCornb,prominent
ly identified with the construc
tion of the Louisiana Western
R-ailroad, and afterwards well
known as a philanthropist. In
1i-"4 farmers from Ohiointroduc
ed linproved agricultural ma
chinery into the rice fields, re
vol!utionizing a profitable indus
try ndtl causing widespread and
imlporta nt improvements--being
in thcse enterprlisec, ably sec
oudedi by the Acadian residents.
The town is located on the South
lorn Pacific Railroad, midway be
t\'wcti New Orleans, La., and
Hou.ton, Texas. It has 2,500 in
habita:ts, including many people
fro;nl Iili:lis, iow;a and the great
northwest; is located on the larg
est prairie in Louisiana,land is the
natural and artificial center of
the great lnt:dern rice industry,
as well as of the celebrated Jen
nings, Louisi;lna, oil field. Sev
cnt'enei canals, three hundred
wels,Tour riceu uiils,three banks,
i thrce nlillionui res. two daily pap
ers, two\\,, !llnahe sllops,two lunm
ebr 5 airds:, tw\', brickyards, two
w ord- ",r:in tablishments,
five ho,teis, nine chlurches, a doz-
on oil sy ni" cats an:tl d nmatny stores:
(U offices and scilhols indicate the.
Sllichone:al gr o,v tlh of the town.
d Rice fields are everywhere large
- ly dependent upon the water sup,
t piy,and at jJellunuigs there abund
ant facilities of the kind, supple
mented by immense pumping
h plants capable of discn:arging
i fm il'll i), 0 to 1,000,IY00- gallons
an hour. Te'i unexampled pros
1t perity tihus creatcd has been
- su!),l ouecnted by the discovery
sof ofi at Beaunttont, Tex., on Jan.
al il, i,)I, Vcenuoating in a similar
" disc\cl'ry neat't .J tLliigs. The
tic .Jenuings toiL nl0elkt i:s apparently
i oi t ulituitud extnlt ilLand, the pro
I'e d uct is t a better l,-.te than
t.:I' " xc aS p ';.l'trileut-. Th 1e two
, ' l' xpr" ý, a wics and
'i la. :it, \i have Cexamined
't'. it' .to . j' ' i' ' t' l:tott it w ill be
n lt' co0 to -,t t '. worll :as ever
Sklton. 'h terribie conltigra
l' tin ,1 .i \ 4, 1tltl, while it des
,wn0 Ly some 1 of the principal
hobusi.in.sstn1 of the city, was
rl cl:, blessi:; ng". As a result of
;lt,', I tintl!1 i i L t nlits were es
itt. t.,,i-itd. an tioda5, the founda
l'' tlt.- ave ailrcady laid in brick,
n'lilt ta'" and stone foiu enough
ic- buiodi.- ti reupreseut, when
tlxe i Actoed, a far greater value
ta- coth t1105 so recently consumed.
J tinOg is the king of Louisianas
,il lid lice t- elds. What will the
il, futul'- i orig t o ilt o te people of
this thriving. ad energetic town?
i e'1h are p'repatred to take advan
I oli i I'eof the wonderful openinugs
.i,- . hich llhave recently presented
t'is them.-elvos, they are watching
try Ie:" step of the new develop
m n. int; ther soullers are at the
a:vl. , ho l, Ti the midst of the larg
a~r-. ,,-: , ti lo t,i tieid id the world;
ilisti-0 ,e' i ry rentotr of the best
larmnin tw0t on the earth, with a
lrccor' bhhind them which justi
,i. i lies their contlidencein the future
there is nothiitg t:oo extravaganf
w~e, to oe predieted of Jennings,%