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Than'a Masical rInstrument for a Chrystmasa
se p F ecial Bargains for the
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SJENNINGS, - LOUISIANA. I
Rice and Oil Lands and Town Lots for Sale.
SHave constantly on a
+C r:ands anda Traown--- Sal M.k."
_and a full supply of a
T - Burial Robes. MCofSCA .
or all kinds. Caskets,
Cloth and Metalic,
Orders by mal os
tlegraph will be
promptly attended to, a
LIVERY tA FEED BARN.
YS - - Youx patronage solicited,
lris etreet pe e.s. M PARLAIN. n
'R. seosa . EsprretoateRE.
JENNNGS " -·lWll LOUeryRs in ewy
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B o, bi' AL.VESTON. OF TH
so meap esL etee.
SWe lork, Dee. 1i.-A cooafaeS
will be held to this lty on Dcembe Befog
T. of aveste's baondhldeas to dta' lie, in I
s what steps are nesary to eet and in
aetestes*m's iass, dlflculttes sa. a ompet
pI.ta has , lle to ps , atseJ 4 sons w
" me df t eas. A eeomt rte soribe.
s~esss th city of Getrvsa w bse the se
I ma ,t, thaerlrr a.ton <
!loae the dteOm the oamnat pad ort by forn
n anterest eo bondholder was 1MW their s
9S,. I seadtit to this about 0.0W persona
I in beads were retied. th Is is the nto a
satetMeat of the reareseatatives of a law fo
city which sustained a lss of thous, nder
sands at lives, and a property lose e-a
timated at about $17000,0000. The
Resaling several months ago that porati
the city could not met me its indebted- COME
aess an effort was made to fund the shall ]
debt at a lower rate of interest and e
egis5atto0 lookiag.to this ea was se nings,
eared. Resultiag from thi was the is the
opening of negotiations with the and a
4 bondholders, and a proposition sub- seive(
mitted to them. The result of this sense
proposition was the reply from a rep- presic
tesentative of the bondholders hold
ing out no hope of a reduction of in- The
terest, but only a potpoement. and tion i
* this in ease It was bolutely mo0e the b
WRIT TO RELEASE PATRICK. ra
e Is s naed, Uast a Speady etrel . A- Os an
s _e _ by ** see out t
New York. Dee. 18.-Albert T. Pat- line
rick, was brought before supreme dage
couart Wednesday on a writ of habea to s
corpus obtained by his counsel. Cant- strec
well and Moor. The writ was ob- coppi
tained on the ground that the distriet main
attorney had failed to prosecute on the fod t
indictment handed down on April 25. pp
charging Patrick with murder of Wm. ware
Marsh Rice, that therefore the caccused gins,
had been deprived of his constitution- suga
al right to a speedy trial. The hearing stear
was before Justice Beach, Robert M. erat
Moore asked for the discharge of the dock
defendant. He said Patrick had been for t
confined in the Tombs since Oct 4, pass
1300, although no indictment was found age
until. April 25, and that efforts of de- opn
fondant's counsel to secure a trial on and
murder charges had been futile Be- meal
cause of this and in order to not jeo- stan
pardise the defendant's interests, in tion
i the case of murder, counsel had to n
been compelled the secure numerous real
adjournments of the contest of the sam
Ries will and
The justice said he would hold the furt
papers it the case with the understand- acq
ing the district attorney would movoe NI
the case be taken upon December 26, Cal
F7 or 80, "That this case should be agr
heard .is in lienable right of defendant T
and I will re that it is done," said the to I
justice. This closed the hearing and Sto
Patrick taken back to the Tombs.
Paris, Tenn., Dec. 13.-Coleman T
Mitchum, a negro teacher, shot and fe. is i
tally wounded his wife and after- dv
wards set fre to the house. The negro of
took rhage in a cabin where he was on
located by City Maurhal Mills. who sCa
was fired upon as he entered the Co
es, M returned the Are and the she
aegr ytell dead with a bullet through full
hi neck. Col
West Sugar Beasty Abolitshed.,
Brussels. Dec. 13.-At a meeting of sai
sugar manufacturers here in antictpa- ore
tion of the forthcoming international eqi
sugar conference, it was decided to pal
oppose any international convention, ma
which does not entirely abolish direct its
LA. and indirect bounties on sugar every- on
Math.m ElMee'd Presedent.
Cincinnati, Dec. 13.-T. B. Minehan
of Columbus. Ohio, has been elected po
president of the American Federation cis
of Catholic Societies. He is president po
of the Ohio Federation that has an ac- se
tive membership of over 40,000. On he
the assembling of the convention last of
Tuesday Mr. Minehan on behalf of ye
the Ohio Federation delivered an ad- b3
Arreswed s Pertoh O1arg r
PElttbrg, Dec. 13.--ohn Gadng
ad Patrick Finn, two striking switch
men, re held on the charge of mallo
tons mischief. It lIs alleged they threw th
a an utomatie switeh on the Alleghe- i
ny and Buffalo dirvision of the Penn
sylvani railroad, for the purpos of C
wrecking the passenger train. hi
08t Charged With rand Larelsy. 01
S Ithaa, Dec. l3-The grand jury of l
Tompkins county has found an in- ti
dictment against Charles D. Norris, it
who was arrested a few weeks ago on c
tly on a charge of having stolen $80,000 in sl
ply of Jewelry and bonds from the trunks of s
Cofns Mrs. Denman Thompson.
Lc, Drash a oef oea l OIL i•
nal or Bffalo, Dec. 13.--Georgo Nowacsyk
II he drank nearly a qust of kerosene here s
ded to and attempted to set fire to the oil, .
He was arrested while attempting to L
start the ire by holding a lighted I
msteh to hle month. He will proba- y
a. n Ulested Preddess. t
N. Berne, BSwlItzerland, Dee. 13.-Dr.
Zos Beemp of Lucerne, vice president
of the federal countil, has ben eleet
ed president of the wles oonfedera
ty and ton for 1901. Dr. Seemp Ie a Catholic
rnEh Aremae otel nms. I
AMS. Ford City. Pa., Dec. l1.-Fifth are
nue hotel h're was destroyed by fre.
One man is missing and several em
ploysa and guesta were injured b"
jumplpg from the second and thinr
OF THE JENNINGS OIL COMPANY eor any
STATEOF LOUISIANA, tionsof
PARISH OF CALCASIEU. Until
Before the undersigned Notary Pub- ersons
lie, in and for the parish of Calcasieu the ofi
and in the presence of the undersign ratio
competent winesses residing in the
said parish, personally came the per- L
sons whose names are hereunto sub- and A,
seribed who declared that, availing membe
s themselves of the laws of Louisiana the Co
relative to the formation and organiz- Spenee
ation of oorporLtions,, they do here- cePt
I by form and constitute themselves and urer' I
r their successors as well as such other and
0 persons as may hereafter become asso- ger.
oiated with them and their successors,
into a corporation or body politic in
a law for the objects and purposes, and At ch
Sunder the stipulations, articles and ea st
Soonditions, as follows: one vo
The name and title of the said cor
t poration shall be JENNINGS OIL Whe
I- COMPANY, and by the said name it solved
kg shall have and enjoy succession for affare
the period of ninety-nine years from afmisir
the date of this act. The Town of Jen- misso
s nings, in the parish of Calcasieu,La,, aons
Sis the place chosen for its domicle, of the
Is and all citations against it may be thino
i. selived on its president, or in ifis ab- h
is sence or inability to act, on the vice- Parish
p president. ianers
d- r ARTICLE II. affair
a- The purpose for which this corpora- have i
ad tion is established, and the nature of of the
w the business to be carried on by it, or res
are any one, or more, or all, of the the sa
To construct, work and maintain alone.
railroads, canals, plank roads,bridg
es and ferries, whether within or with- This
out the limits of this State; to carry modi
on manufactories of cotton, woolen, this 0
t linen, silk and hempen cloths and cor- the mc
*s dage; to construct and carry on works Hunde
u.s to supply cities and towns with gas or Statu
water; to compress cotton; to con- said
struct and carry on iron, brass and said
)b- copper foundries; to construct and doier
lot maintain dry docks or floating docks
for the building or repairing of ships
and other vessels;tomanufacture iron, No,
25. copper. lead or other metals, earthen- able c
'm. ware or stoneware, engines, cotton ults a
ed gins, machinery, paper, gun powder er sun
and agricultural implements; to refine e Con
a- sugar, and to navigate the sea by m: no
Ing steam; to establish, maintain and op- the c
M. erate lines of telegraph. and chemical nderi
laboratories;toconstruct and maintain iosinj
the docks, steamships and other vehicles ty lx
sen for the transportation of freight and due c
4, passengers; to construct, maintain
and operate works of drainage, sewer- Thi
age and land reclamation, and to corpq
de- opiArand work mines for developing scrib
on and obtaining natural gas, petroleum amo
8. coal, asphaltum, salt, sulphur, ore, their
metals, and mineral and volatile sub- Twex
eo- stances of all kinds; and this corpora- Capi
in tion shall have power and authority have
had to hold, receive. purchase and convey, auth
and to hire, lease let, property both sides
tes real and personal, in so far as the S.
thesame may be incidental to its objects Al
and purposes. This corporation is l)
the further organized for the purpose of Alba
md- acquiring the assets of the JEN- O
Love NINGS OIL COMPANY of Jennings, Alba
26. Calcasieu parish, Louisiana, at an
Ibe agreed valuation thereon of SIXTY A
cant THOUSAND DOLLARS ($60,000.00,1 A
the to be paid for in full paid up Capital
and Stock of this Corpo.ration, and the
present corporation assuming all the T.
liabilites of the said Company. TI
ARTICLE IlI. my
man The capital stock ofthiscorporation Stat
d f- is fixed at SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, Nov
fter- divided into Sixty Thousand Shares T.
ero of par value of One Dollar each. Up- cor
was on a transfere of all the assets of the her
who said JENNINGS OIL COMPANY to this note
Corporation, the Sixty Thousand Dol
Sthe lars Capital Stock of this Corporation
shall be issued to said Comany as Wit
pugh full paid, and in addition therato this
Corporation shall assume all the
liabilities of said Company. This
issue of said stock and assumption of
g of said liability being taken and consid
cipa- ered a fair, equitable, and proper H
tonal equivalent for the assets of said Com- fort
d to pany. All transfers of stock shall be CO:
atlon, made on the books of the Company at the
lrect its office in Jennings Louisiana, and Cot
very- only on surrender of the certificates are
of stock shall be signed by the Presi- vis
dent and countersigned by Cthe secre- tr.
ARTICLE IV. da:
behan All the corporate powers of this cor
ected portion shall be vested in and exer
ation cised by a Board of Directors com
ident posed of seven stockhalders to be
n ac- seh cted by a majority of the stock
On holders on the third Tuesday of April I
Slast of each year, commencing with the an
il of year 1902. All such elections shall be
a ad- by balloi, under the supervision of OI
three commissionerf to be appointed af
by the Board of Directors, who shall
receive all votes castby the stodkhold- f
rn ers in person or by proxy, and who
r- sheill canvass and declare the result
itch- of such election. All such elections La
t- shall be held after due notification
threw thereof, given during thirty days pre
Leghe- viously il a drinly or weeklp news
Spaper, published in the Parish of
Sof Calcasieu. The Boa-d of Directors
herein named, as well as those sub
sequently elected shall continue in
oftfice until their successors are duly
rr of elected in inducted. For the transac
Sin- tion of any ano all business' a major
orris, ity of memcers of said Board shall
go on constitute a quorum; the said Board
00 in shall have the right to establish all
ks of such By-Laws, rules and regulations
which it may deem re .uisite for the
support, managemient and regulation B
of the Corporation: it shall be author- l
ized to aopaint from time to time,such
as officers, agents and employees as may
s here be deemed necessary or the proper
he oil, management and carrying out of the
in. to business of the Corporation. and shall
ighted likewise fix the compensation to be
prob- paid them, as well as to the other offi
cerspravided for by this Charter.
At the first meeting of said Board, af
ter each annual election, they shall
-Dr elect from tseir number a president,
sd vice-president, secretary, taeasurer,
elet- and general manager. The Board of
ee Directors, by resolution, passed by a
der- two-thirds majority, may designate
three or more directors to constitute
an executive committee, which com
mittee, to the extent provided for in
said resolution, or in the By-Laws of
Sa the corporation shall have the power
y ire, of the Board of Directors -in themana
al em- gement of the business of this corpora
red b- tion, and in axffiing the seal of the
I thir corp oration whatever required.
Thie said Board shall from time to
time determine the extent to which the
sceonts and books of theCorporaton T
orany of them, shall be open to the
nispection of the stockholders, and
thetime, place, conditions and regula
tions of such inspection.
Until the first annual election to be E. F.
held under this charter, the following
persons are designated and shall con- GEO.
statue the Board of Directors, and be
the officers, respectivety, of this cor
poration: Alba Heywood, W. Scott.
Heywood, S.A. Spencer, F.R. JTaenke,
I. D.L. Williams, T. C. Mahaffey,
and A, C. Wilkins, with thefollowing
members thereof serving as officers of
the Corporation respectively: S. A.
Spenoer, President; Alba Heywood, te
Vice-President; F. R. Jeanke, Treas
urer I. D, L. Williams, Secretary;
and T. C. Mahaffey, General Mama
At all meetidgs of the stockholders,
each stockholder shall be entitled to
one vote, in person or by proxy, for
each share of stock held 'by him.
Whenever this Corporation is dis
solved either by liminattion of its
Charter or from any other cause, its
affairs shall be liquidated by the com
missioners to be appointed from
among the stockholders at a meeting
of the stockholders to be held after
' due notification thereof given during
thirty days previously in a daily or
weekly newspaper published in the
Parish of Calcasieu. Said commiss
ioners shall remain in office until the
affairs of the said Corporation shall
' have been fully liquidated;and in case J. A
f of the death, inability to act, aasence
t, or resignation of any one or more of
1e the said commissioners, the other com
missioner or commissioners shall act
This act of incorporation may be
y modified, added to or changed, and
' this corporation may be dissolved, in
the manner set forth lin Section Six
ºs Hundred and Eighty seven, Revised Ni
r Statutes of 1870; and Capital Stock of
said Corporation may be increased or PRE'
i diminished by sursuing the modes now
or here after provided by Law.
s ARTICLE VIII.
n, No stockholder shall ever be held *'
n- able or responsible for contracts or
,n ults of this corporation in any fur
er er sum than the unpaid balace due to
te e Company on the shares owned by
by m: nor shall any mere informality
p- the organization have the effect of "s;
al ndering this Charter null or of e x
,in losing any stockholder to any liabil
Les ty beyond the amount which may be
nd due on his stock. i
yin ARTICLE IX. Ce
er- The ubders'gned organizers of this
to corporation have respectively sub- *"$
ng scribed for stock therein in the **
um amounts respectivelysetforth opposite "
re, their signraures thereto. Whenever _
b- Twenty.five Thousand Dollars of the
ra- Capital Stock of this Corpration shall
ity have been subscribed for, it shall be
ey, authorized to do business and be con
th sidered a going concern.
the S. A. Spencer. 5,290 shares.
cets Alba Heywood, 3,750 shares.
Sis l)ewey Heywood, 3,750 shares, by
of Alba Heywood, attorney in fact.
O. W. Heywood, 3,750 shares, by
gs Alba Heywood, attorney in fact.
TY W. Scoot Heywood, 3,750 shares, by
,1 Alba Heywood, attorney in fact.
I. I). L. Williams, 5,86i5 shrres.
ital N. C. Wilkins, 4,890 shares. St.
the F. R. Jaenke, 5,475 shares. Sat
T. C. Mahaffey, 5.000 shares.
Thus done, signed a:nd passed, at
my office, in the parish of Calcasieu.
ion State of Louisiana, this 29th day of COr
RS, November 1901. in the presence of L.
Tres T. Moses and C. E. Cushing, both
Up- competent witnesses, who have signed
the hereto, with the appearers and me,
this notary, after reading of the whole.
)ol- (Seal) C. E. WOOTEN,
tion Notary Public.
as Witnesses: S.
this L. T. MOSES,
the C. E. CUSHING.
n of State of Louisiana,
isid- Parish of Calcasieu.
:per Having examined the above and
om- forgoing Charter of JENNINGS OIL :*
1 be COMPANY, I am of the opinion that.
y at the purpo.:es and objects qf the said
and Corporation as specified in said Act.,
sates are legal, and that none of the pro
resi- visions therein contained are con
ecre- tr.ry to law.
Lake Charles, Louisiana, the 30th
day of November, 1901.
cor- JOSEPH MO)tORE,
?xer- District Attorney 15th D istrict, La.
u be State of Louisiana, 1 -
Lock- Parish of ('alcasieu. \
April I do hereby certify that the above
the and foregoing is a true and correct
Se copy of the charter of JENNINGS
n of OIL COMPANY, and of the opinion
inted af the District Attorney thereon, de
shall posited and filed for registry in my
bold- office, this 30th day ofNovember, 1901.
who A. S. GOSSETT.
esult Dy. Clerk of Court,CalcasieuParish,
or fQueen N Crescent
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ntion nrgton, Cincinnati, Chattanooga,
lation Birmingham and all points in
athor* East. r
·,such Through Sleeper, New O, leans I
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sr of- to Cincinnati.
rd, af Dining Car Service on both
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stltute Teo. H. Smith,
com- G. P. A.,
for in R. J. Anderson,
pw A. G. P. A.
nmana- New Orleans. La.
g -Family mare for sale.
to Enquire at RECORD office.
The First National Bank of *
E. F. ROWSON, President. F. E. BLISS, Vice-Pr
GEO. A. COURTNEY, Cashier. H. H. HOAG, Asst. Ca~i:;.
F. F. MORSE, J. P. HABER, F. E. BLIS8
S. J. JOHNSON, E. F. ROWSON.
This Bank is now open for business in its
temporary quarters in the Morse Building. I
We still have a few
and a Car!oad on t1i: r '1.:, that will be here the last e
of this week. We . I: r::1 ss and all kinds
of Harness parts. W . s you n, Buggy and
get it from Crowiey or , ,)>.
Black Eros. & Co.
J. A. ZABOLIO. PErI. LONGMAN.
ZABOL ;IO& " . A,
New lot of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Shirtwaists, eta.
PREE DELIVERY. * . JENNINGS, LA.
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at Cheap honteseeker rates t, ' i; " . : . .""ct
t Free reclining chair ctuars 1 I:1 . r a" -..
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The Formula Is Plajinly Ori .., d 'vet 1t e,
-What They ArT Taking.
Imitators do not 'wadvcnis their formula
knowing that you wxuld - buy their medi
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Lsn proportions and is in.a " ac-es form. The
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