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THE JENNINGS DAILY RECORD.
AN INDEPENDENT LOCAL N.EWSPAPEI. Un-OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TOWN OF JENNINGS. SUBSCRIPTION: 50 Cents a Month; $5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor,
VOLUME III. JENNINGS, LOUISIANA SATRUDAY. JANUARY 4. 19u2 NUMBER 4.
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1U1i10n Oil and Development Co., Ltd,
- . Capital Stock, $n00,000 cenings, .Lou iina
*:. 'J'this is one of the str.,nest companies financially there are., o:" 111 Operate.+ i Jn 10h;" . '."
] o- its ollic.rs are all men of exceptional business ability and its hltldings are a the I.-:, ,"si-in o
._-. )50 (acres, constit"uting the Big' Spring farm, formerly owned by Co;,p-er & Lelunan. vn lyiý s,:lt.ast of
. Jennngnts ta 1 adjoiiing the Southern Pacific right of way, takin- the site unetqual-.: ;oit, : puy and
"; -'e economical Ihandling of the product. This is a big saving to stocithoilders..,'"
. The derrick is now being constructed and the contract for drillin is ng li n 1 '' w*'ill eon:
-*e.- menee ve'ry shorttly.
.. A -limited number of shares in this co- ipany -
*nov offered for sale a.t 500 per share, lp r vaiue
'. $i.00. Fully paid and non-assessable.
LANDS FOR SALE.-- bout 80 acres adjoining the well ste has ,,en -utl v'2,dd into trats
.'" "° ranging fnrom -t acres up, and are now offered to p)urchasers at a reasonable priee. hits is a fine op- *.
~'o. portetunity to g~t a splendidly located small tract. .o:..
OFFICERS.-Dr. E. I. Hall, President, President Citize-ns 3ank. . .
:." ~m~b +~A. \i. Arthur, Vice-President, extiensive rte g'iotwr .ei' . !Ur.
rH. Dahlen, Secretary-Trea-urer. a prol. tell:t ,l l ,it t ie:atl b !!. . :..
" - 0 DIRECTORS.-J. H. Hoffmann, Cashier Citizens B-anl:: C. A. Luwi'y, 1I. C. At1:s. Edd Mor
ris, J. M. Cooper, E. C. French, J. P1. Blacik. Albert I)erouten, ('. Catitrt °.ier *.
D. Hebert, of Jennings: -lon. T. J. t. rean:i, lrene ( 'aztdesst -,It the hank f'
Ia ton Rouge, and Col. W . L. Stevens aif H!;::tn houge, ang d tie ,v:i. ers 'r;of the o... t
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Z2STOCK O e
Goods i l Lines.
Plenty of Groceries for Everybody,
and an Elegant Line of Dry Goods
now Being Placed on the Shelves.
'We are Ready to Take Care
of our Customers.
A. D. McPARLI.AIN.
When you want to buy Rice Lands
When you wal;t to sell Rice Lan ds
W1hen oy want to buy Oil Lands
When ycu want to sell Oil Lands
When you want to buy Town Property
when Tot want to sell Tow!! Property
WVE CAN DO YOU GOOD.
F. B. Cutting Co.
.IC IN \WAL-: R BULDING.
NOTCIE R~CE M4AEN
I am here to buy Rough Rice and pay Spot Ca h.
La:ve your name at the McFariain HIouse anid i
will call on you Monday next.
• . 1. SILVERBER(G.
ADV E RTSE RECORD
DK cHEcKr - H lard
BOARD 09 ALL BACKS.
R. A. Petersen,
I am prepared to do all kinds
Office. Main s.treet, two dools
of North ot Shear's grocery.
J use OAK' TANNi) lAH.\'TI!.i.
t ., 1,,: l i,: e.t ,, run ::"l . i, ::
S .1 ., ' 'ciwhat n 1(. worl 11l,.
A L. c
is only Sold in
Sacks like this
The feed that
keeps Mules up
and feed bills.
C. E. TERRY, M. D.,
P ysician & aurg-on.
Special attention g"i v.n ~urge .,
Surgical Diseases, and T . :a.ses ,f
Women and Children.
SLoal Surgeon ,or Southeora Pacific
OFFICE : City Pbarr'ecy.
I RE IDOENCE.F DeJean House.
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FLOOD AT CHATTANOOGA.
Sel~.y" Farnmiteo Are Forced, to Move to
Czllll .t . It . - p-.
Cl, ttanooga, Jan. 3.-One hundred
fa:r::::s 1:~-ing in Cats and lowlands
a: ound. C':ttanooga ca:.mped on knolls
V'.:1 T:y night as the result of high
watcr. The river reached the high
p.,,:i of 41 feet \V dics.;day night and
hu ;i:l. failesn two inches.
Thi rl-:i railroad and both street
car lines are cut o:i from all suburbs.
excrept by transfers, and many houses
ar, ..:,n :erged.
A tr:i:m containing Pr.cldent Iobert
Pritchard of the Chat;u:nioga Hunt
club. Colonel ''. C. Henderson. H. 11.
Matlock of Athens. Tenn., and 1Honora
ble Cordon LAce of Georgia, while re
turning WVoi. ,-;lay night from the
New Year's meet of the club went intc
a wa-hout and was overturned. Colo
nel Henderson had two ribs broken
and others more or less injured.
Major McCulloni. superintendent of
WVestern and Atlantic railroad reports
27 miles of track under w:lter and
about 20 families camped Wednesday
night at Orchard on a knob which was
completely surrounded by water.
Execpt for two roads built over high
fills. ht:'";,,,oa i:. camilletely sur
rounded by waler.
WORE STOLEN GOODS.
Arre.t of Five YV'..nlllln n Three geeIn :
I N.-w v Y.rk.
Nc'- Verlk. Jan. 3.-Five women and
three men. celhqbrating t1hi. Now Year
in the midst of p:operty which had
been stolen the lany before. were ar
rested late Weifdnesdlay night. The po
lice arrived at the h:iuCe iwhen t he f
nmerry:c:,iaking was at it.: hi i.,ht. The I
stolen property found 1b lon;god to I
Lou::s Cir:i and Peter Gemhtler, two
French chefs from ('lrcih:nati, who ar- i
rived in No.w York Mluilay with their
families and who had five trunks, all
en route to Paris. Grei. and Cram
bier say they were robbed of money
and the checks for their iag,age in a
saloon on Second avenue, 'Tuesday
night. They were r:ddenly set upon
by several men, \w\e:e knocked down
and severe.ly beaten.
A m.an who said his name was Thom
as. Lawler; arruaye.l in r. - 4,y ibler's 1
evening suit, was acting as host.,;,t the
time of the arrest. A young woman
wearing an evening dlress belonging to
Mrs. Greig. and who said her name I
was Mamie Ryan, was the hostesa.
The other six pcr.onus were apparently
Tallk. fo.r "t.-x Oil.
New York, Jan. 3.--The Standard Oil
company has brought two large iron I
ore barges, the Liberty an d the Ioyal- f
ty, from Cleveland through the lakes. 4
the canals and the St. Lawrence to this 1
city. whence they have been sent to
the Cramp yards in Philadelphia to be t
convertid into tank barges for con
veying fuel petroulumr from the Beau- 4
mont oil fields of Texas. Each barge 2
will have a carrying capacity of 6000 1
tons of oil.
IKtglend ltidtng Stor1 Warshlp&.
Glasgow, Jan. 3.-The British admi
ralty has invited th. ('ydei shipyard te
tender bi!s for the c :te- ruction of two
battlarhips. each ('. 1 ,.5O00 tons; five
a.rmsored. farst lr s-:; cruliers, and two
prt'-cti , -crui;- rn ("'.! s ask for
pro:.-!titud:e. Ti"' wi..k on 20 warship
neov. It, c(lr-se of cionstri-tion may bh
-:l i dited. T',e new baittleships will
have i:reaaicr a:: power tihan any yes
gels now In !ie, navy.
Super:ntl,..d.",!t wrvrPe..-y It.lelgns.
St. Louis. .an. 3.--M. Sveeney, gen
eral superin;;: ndl-nt of the Missouri.
Kansas and Tex:as railway, with head
quarters ill this cit.y. has tendered his
resignation to ;ake effort February 1.
Sweeney has li'n offerel and has ac
cepted the position of gec:eral superin
tendent of the Minneupolis and St..
Louis and Iowa Central lines with
headquarters at Minncapolis.
Centracted for Ott Cars.
Austin, Jan. 3.-The contract h
tween the American Car and Foundry
company and the Eiquitable land and
Oil otompany, wherein, said car comnpa
ny agrees to sell to the oil conmpan3"
600 o-lt tank cars of 6t00 gallons each
at $693.60 per car. to be delivered Feb
ruary 15, 1902. has been filed wialh the
secretary of stat's department.
Iltghway XElubber Kille.
Chicago, Jan. 3.-GeoCr:'ge F: Done
van attempted highway. robbery on
Wednesrday night at Twenty-first street
and Calumet avenue. and was shol
and killed by his intended victim. Eu
gene iHector, financial editor of a Chi
cago newspaper. It is. thought the
dead r.rnn is the son of respectable par
ants ltavng in Springfield. Mass.
Under Military Control.
London. Jan. IL---Bangor in north
Wales and its district are again under
control of military owing to further
.\serious riots between strikers and
workers at lerd Penrhyn's Bethesda
quarries. There was so yttch wreck..
Ing of houses that a detash&pent of cav
airy war hastily sumrened fromn Al
dershot and muthi was drafted. trsm
''slwoe the old Horse,
Shoe the Old Mare,
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, ý ,rr rk!'f, 1 !ar .'
1L t . V.ýy+f;v'~a 1 Yýý'&oV Dobbins
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Vii; 5 F lif", tiod tie
Mae hke Shop and General
ri~Jik:'! v rusiness = c
z._,. ~ )tU12 fromn ()muaIa, -Neb,.
c:. iiiii it. in an' fl, 11
\ I·.~ · :~i .:.~~.l:': · r.·:. 1W treats Iol ýlnlll "'.. S"'J).
,;. eii an iI.~ luau t i ý.l D~on't
" i ,.; ,,v o1 tiiietooted in W11: ei. r"
Yours "Just in Fun."
8 ' wo L I AND D B abbuwý1
MIVAY L:"'-;". HERI FORTUNE..
Fa.lri." 1lt -., .b tInrri.e Ibth Manl She - .
New- Y; .. Jan. 2.-F-lnnle P. Mc
Comb hIrs ri: -'+dl the loss of millions
for love':; s el; and has just married
Lewis lTh:rz:g. The ceremony was
performen.d a;t the klick Presbyterian w
chu-ce t:·is et v. in the pr,:esence of a ci
few of til. ",.: p''pIle's friends. The
bride is a (iiiught-er of the millionaire,
James .I. McComb. who died on Mar.
31 last, at DIobbs Perry. S,
Mr. McComb objet(led to Mr. llorzog ca
as a prospective son-in-law and a few st
days before his death he added a co
dicil to his will which has deferred the je
wedding until the present. Mr. Mc- p1
Comb's fortune was estimated at the T
time of his death at upward of $20,
000.000. By the provisions of his will.
which bad been in existence for years, oi
his daughter Fannie would have re- II
ceived upward of $4.000,000. By the fr
eodiciH It was provided that if she
were married to Mr. Herzog she .?
should be cut off with ;:n income of ni
$15.000 a year during her life. $3000000 l'
to go at her docth to each of her chil- i
dren absolutely. Soon after her fath
er's death Miss McComb through At
torney 1W. W. McFarlane brough suit
against the Title Guaranty and Trust le
company, executors of her father's tb
wilt, seeking to have the courts de- -"t
are te new codicil void. Th'be courts Is
refused to.consider the question prior ci
to the marriage of Miss M(:Comb. ti
Co.mputlsory Vcinmttion. T
Victoria. B. C.. Jan. 3.--The steamer a:
Laaga Manu, from Hong Kong. reports
that owing to an outbreak of smallpox
in some of the Philippine islands the
civil commission aies prepared an act ri
for the compulsory vaccination of all i.
persons in the islands.
Both Still Alive. m
SWaslhington. Jan. .--1The last ad- a
vices to thi state (la:rartment rrsteit- I
ing Miss Stn-m and .Mmte. Tsilka is thaI `
both were alive and well though still t
in captivity at t!.e (:tl of last we-., c
Illizzard f Mic-hliganu.
Calumet. Mich.. J.in. 3.--The Kc wee
r naw p)tni,¶ ucl is s:n :1-s"ivept and a vi
olent blizzaodi is ru:i:g n in this city. 1
lMany roads are inmpassihable beC:use of
-itifts and transport st ,vice poor:.
h S"er: nry Hapy Ha. . ('old.
Washington. Janil. -Secretary Hay 1
Is indisposed as the result of a severe
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d Salt Ialke ('ity. Jau. :L.--,'itd horse
i- meat is ti:e- prin' ip:ll artlic:d of ft ',d
3" for the scct;on m;en oil thile desert dis
h tricts of the Prailroads il1 southern
U- tah. accordig l o reports; which corm~
-t from there-. The section men say The
meat is not had. especially whenft Is
the only fresh. meat obtainable.
SWill M.arry a IUnwatalln,.
h San Jose. Cal.. .Tan. 3.- The engain'
ei )lent of Mirs Alhhie Campb.-Il' of this
,I city to Prin;ce )avit Kanaakoa m,
u Hawaii. has been formally mannounc,
i. Miss Canmphil! Is a native of the li: -
#r waiian 'Flrnds whS re her father.
." James Camphll, who died a few- yearL
ago, amassed a lortune.
Char-t . \t' + I 1; ..-0 s "-ti ..
th N'wbher , .i:;'h .- -i 2.-Geo:e. I,.
er Walker. -:'.. - d with havlng emn"'iz
er zIlvtld "-e' "ti noI .- a . lrrs from t-o
Id ~ ,trr ; wrt , from l Paso.
la T zx.. tr. " r i' at ; trte'er offeri'm- ,m
S r r t , "- r k l. i nti ,ts h . .
11' Lurn R, -i1 .it i t rl-n--." . - l Ti4
Art(-cr!e. I. T., .Tla . 2.--:.'hile re
'traniniig f'ro;: a (::. a l' ':y cccin
i, u,. ; o ] .F . , .,- ynrS.
:i. wr'r l. th,' 7. kil!!ing the
:: and injuring .urns so. severely
lh: t he (lied. 1Miss i,'r'1ev escaped
wi it si;ht injuries. Ti :,(-!doet oc
curred about a mile fruom town.
Secured 1at.-r R1lhlits.
Toluca. Mex.. Jan. 2.-New"York cap
italists have bought water rights at
San Simonito where th.roe is a cas
cade and will build an electric power
station and supply energy to mining
towns and add to the electric light
ing facilitics of this city: The pro
ject has been carried through to com
pletion..by. Alexander Potter of New
Funeral of Senlator ewell.
C~ den, N. .,:,, Dec. 2.-The funeral
of the late United States SBnator Wil
ilam Joyce Sewall teok ple s Tuesday
from the Sewall mansion In this city.
In addition to: the United States sena
tors and representatives who eave to
attend the funeral. there, was a large
numrb-r of diatlngutfiled, and promi
ni-:, ric-n from.Newv JArsey, and adjoi
Tr,,ry 1t':,1 t:w .gmed
Copenhagen. Jan. 1.-It has been
learned upon the beet authority that
the treaty between tke Inited States
- nd Denmark for the eale of the Dan
Ish West Indis will be Itt.ae in spite
of the agitation here againet such ae
tion. insomavh as the Danish govern
ment has given its; promise to this end.
'The question of a. plebisfte w!ll not be
allowed to interiere in the matter.
My-* -r..*.- Ah--.
ultte. lMon., Jan. 2.-- mysterious
a(hotinug nr.urred "iTu s,a .t i :1Ingiht
in the heart of the eCty. i!ehail lMur
pihy is the victim of an sarsn.-n and
is elbing his fife a".-ay at on of tile
loc il husiit.,ls. 1.- , ;-.ws shot in an
alley in the rear of a saloon on Ea:t
Pa::: stlreet. The dvt:g man will di
Vu..: , no ort:a !.: in ti authot ri
ties who are at a Lbs to explain 'he
Atlanta. .Jan. .---';spatblh's from
various points in Aln.n:)a': ::..: Gor
gila it dicate rirers which 1,!hi :i .:11·h
ma ainage Sunday anod Monday are- fall
iyt,. Hh.di':: of thre- people .itowu ed
At West Point. Ga., Sttlelay have been
found. FIeezrino Itmnlp rature:l is rle
ported to the Florida line with ., aivy
frost :it northern and central polrt:uns
of that state.
Firr1naV.O HInI.., tl ot.
Albuquerque, N. 7.1.. Inn. 2.--At
Bridge No. 1, 70 mllks wmst of Albu
querque. FV'rer:..n lnq i-' Schoppper of
the westbound Califorria limited was
instantly killl 1. As the train ap
proacherl the hr itge at full speed
Schopper" le::: ;- out to trake an
observatior on ..e cngine. HIis head
struck an hton i. and was severed
Bpringihl. O. O0. .?n. 2..-,7,. D. P
e' d who we- to' r. (,ad in a room: .
the Delta hotel. in .Ilernphis Tues.da:,
Its the son-in-la w f G--,nerva J. Warren
• Keifer. one oi' t-e must prominent men
In this city.. '-is daughter, aged 16.
died a few days ago and her father
became d. ndent over her death.
Wilt av~ e a State Ticket.
Atlanta;, Jan. 2.-At a conference oet
the cxecutive committee of the Popu
list party of Georgia and other Popu
" lii',s of the state held, here, it was de
SeCded to nominate a state tteket in
S1902. Also to name a dele @ a
, 1, to represent the Po. pli.$_ "
Georgia at the Louisvil 5eb ttt t ', -'"
: A :I. '02h wh"A ic hled parts.
. by the "Allied partries.