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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 July 1902

ý.. I *1 Age of the Pugilists. T iW lwiays has been a curious doe i sh s i ama~ t~he sporti to know the co:- I S re l i f Robert. Fitzsimmons. but S' o fair no one !ias been able to find out Ja s :Jt wbhen;.dId 'Fita was born. It has been. taken .for granted that he first " saw the light of day at Cornwall, 4 England, 40 years ago, and is, there f tore, the oldest fighter in active ser vice to-day. Fitz was raised in Aus tralia, where he learned the trade of a blacksmith. The fact that Fitz comes from Aastralia brings to notice a striking feature about the fighters from the Antipodes. Comparison proves that with few exceptions the Australian boxers are far more rugged than the Americans e.-d last longer in the ring. At least such are the con clusions that must be drawn when we stop to consider that nearly all *the old-timers in the ring to-day are from the land of the kangaroo. Bob Fitz simmons, Dan Creedon, Joe Goddard, Frank Slavin, Billy Murphy 'and 'sev eral others, including...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 July 1902

SUPA¶RA'C & -00o.EP., Attorneys and , Coanselors at Law. Office: Room 4, Citizens Bank, Jen nings. Room 8, Commercial block, Lake Charles. Office connected by long distance Phohes. 132d&wtf GRILLS Done to Order. Design to suit your taste. All kinds of furniture repaired and reconstructed. Call and ex amine samples of GRILL and MANTLE work. Shop north of Racket store. 73d&w MARK D. RITTER. Ko.dol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This' preparation eontnq . all of the digestants and digests ail kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It a:::v' yu to cnt all the food you want. Th m:ost sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use ninany thousands of dyspepuic~ have been cured aftereverythin a else failed. Is unequalled for the s.oimach. Child ren with weak stoirmachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A dict unnecessary Cures all st;.uomch tr es reparend only hv h ' . C. I)FW:r . C('n).. Chicago The Ls. botttAe uSur ais23 tizns tLbc Wc. sisA ." . ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 July 1902

+ r* ý *~ Tý *ý i rw"ýt. . J. I. MXWELL, Vice-Pre. and Mar. D. E. JONES, Treasurer. J.S. GOOD, Br TheAcmeSupply Company! MANUFACOTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN Oil, Gas and Water Well supplies I a4 --I4Lie gs oi ola brn a u2 "'" e a i. CO'c Casta~ Iraýs, .o,,.• g' Ga Ot or',. Piep Stec En ie:P".Br s o rez an Boil - •a n Specifications for Rc, Irrigation Pents Furnish, on A ppe I iatios ""Stores in all principal Oil towns of the country, the only exclusive oil well supply house in Jennings. a .... •, .,0 . n princi al uil theou ':':°' "" [~ ..,..."-the onyexclusive oil well supply ionyhouse m enn'ngs. ;;0 ",:.4 ':.... 0***.S :- '.. Beaumont, Corsicana, Sour Lake, Texas, and Jennings, La.9 Factory, Toledo, OhVi . *. M*XW el, L oca **°: -. " ". " . - ....., .. ... : .'.:... -;... "-. -, . . - . ," "t7," -' -- .. . . .. .... r a m ..y. :c,. ... "yi, 4y+'/ ý', " ý ' .. : , """ ""ý-o'-'e..'- .- .. .. . ".;e. _"i -"l:...:. . .... • "ý , ..: .,,..=. . . ."""..6" s.. " d ý"::i : ..?:..: ýý"Q ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 July 1902

CMIA R T . ,.. - RACE , U.Hdrick. '1 'I HE was called "Lorence, the ride S Equestrian Queen," on the of showbills; and her photo- T graphs, which were sold for her twenty-five cents apiece after her act stoj in the ring, were signed "Lorence De tat( La Vielle" in an angular, school girlish twc hand; but her real name was Louise Dei Bolton. the She joined Maddox & Lane's circus a mo year after I did, and remained with it 8 eight months, but she attained fame boc in that brief time. Although fortune and did not come to her from the circus, it rid did come as a direct result of her skill in riding. so I have said in a previous article that TaI Heseklah Potter's exploit with the her MIlas seened to me at the moment pas the bravest deed Ilhad ever seen. But out his courage was based on ignorance. T On the other hand, Lorence's feat was up, performed with full knowledge of the terx peril involved, It was as unselfsh as wa it was daring, and the hundreds who to saw and applauded the ac...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 July 1902

driving sea on the shore of Lake Erie and hid succesfurl rescue of a' man given up for lost, a `- ".deed. tat won him a gold medal, stands S firstIn the records ofthe United States .Le-Savting Servie~ of brave Wdeeds done last year. trc Tile after tale of courage and hard ship, as dramatic as anything in fccetion are told in this report, but Glesser's splendid achievement stands as the greatest. The hero is the keeper of the Buffalo station. "A gale was sweeping across the harbor of Buffalo one afternoon. Two large scows with several men aboard broke from their moorings un der the tremendous strain of lashing seas and were drifting steadily toward the breakers. A life-boat was launched with Gles ser in command. Nearing the point of danger, the boat was driven before the wind just outside the line of surf. Anchor was dropped and it was in tended to slack away fill the scows, which were now in the breakers, could be given assistance. But the anchor dragged, a big wave snapped the haw ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 24 July 1902

*..l Eeywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works have S  nired the services of Mr. W. E. Pace of Tus SAgles, Calihornia. Mr. Pace is an Al MZachi.' Sist Pn:1 Crude Oil.BurnerExpert. They a.e pre pared to install ANY KIND of a burner scient~i S flally and through his skill obtinian be-t r - sults possible. They make a spechaitv of tth i AM HA NEL BURNER which has had sut.  . phenomenal success in California and Tex~,.. ?.:r. Pace is a thorough engineer and 1. pin r pared to install pum:inig and steam plant- or any- equipment necessiteting the use of steam. : If You Are in a Truoale Call on U. . *a Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works: * U iUel Al The Feed that keeps -Mles up di feed hblss McCon & Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS. DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY Plans, Specific tions and Estimates Furnished. .Mr. Horse Owner. 4P 4 WE ar. tr year tradm4. the e nlea. We are after It ith Roge , clea. hona feed{ with rp itp a vimi, full weiybta ri i igt prim. X ima' ltattel et s wh ehetr yes boR Seed...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

y }, ,n 1,1 t ,,- .. . Y 44 *( l ... , .. -' ' . . .. w , ý N OF '3 Ti ...... O` JENNIOS.B, SUBSCRIPTIONz5O Cents a Month;$5 a Year. N. L. MILLER, Editor and Proprletr -.JtNfNG8 WUISIANA, FRIDAY JULY 25, 1902 NUh1PR 175. . I I . ia - ,.. - . , .It d., ke p on hand all Ide of loMouilal u, Sath8 Doors, Fraes, -oloumiag,? tc. Yatd just south of Electric [iist Plant. Iubrt your plans& or estimate. . F. McCRAR Y Ple o.oN o 5F6. Manager. Clean up Sale will be continued for one week .onwer, ;iic order Ito afford our out of town frients, the opportar4ity totbenefit, by .our exceptional bargrins.. Those of you who could not geoto town ilast .week, don't fail to take advantge of ttaia sale. Oar city :friends Iunow the extent of our bargains, and gever fail-to take k\ advantaxe of them. The Following is a few of our list of i B A -R,,0 A- N Si Clean Up Sale of Men's A Great Sale of Ladies' Furnishings. Muslin Underwear. Sen's high grade madras negliee "t for a day, but a long as the shirt...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

-de Danaers of slon Heattgo. OV In "A Tale of Several Lions," Her- ge cules D. Viloen, in the Era, says: as ,Van Aardt came to me and suggested 1 a little lion stalking. Now, I know lions as well as he; deliberate hunting so for a lion who mourns a murdered cu mate was a foolhardy proceeding. But a in the near neighborhood of the spot b where Madame Lioness had been killed pr was one lion, with an eartquake voice,says: as whose rumblings fascinated the fiery Cc spirit of Van Aardt. "I am going," he said. I could not let him go alone, for we t had fought too often side by side. Wespot started of, my reckless comrade lay-led yepr ing out, in calmest confidence, the art- hit less plan he had of walking up to that an tumultuous hell of wrath incarnate, he and of blowing a few holes in it with ea his Mauser. As we came nearer, the m: roars ceased. Tfascinated the lion, weary with his imprecations of the night, had gone t away from the scene of his bereave meIt for rest and sleep. But we ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

i;fe t 0 broad I~ .alingfor :t ofn they sum ,?1<" t Von w tem lurk,; c`aen s endeayor, "All of `he world springs from ;;.- Then, ohf!how can you worship so weakly, I when "a monarch of money appears, t As the hQofs of his steeds o'er you tram ple, in the dust that is, wet with your tearsm? Ah, brothers of mind and muscle-ah, sis- t ters of deftness and skill Be yourselves kings and queens of high purpose! Be earth's monarchs!- r you can, if you will. -Robert Mackay, in Success. TU" FIRSTt BLUE PUCK ' RAILRJOAP ' G HEN the announcement t came from Allen Manvel, thep with James J. Hill, that a branch of the Mani toba Railroad would be built into Blue Duck there were maiy, of the town who felt that this accession would prove to be an injury and not'a bless- 1 Jug to the tommunity. The time is less than a hundred years distant when the <citizens of Elgin rose en masse and pro tested against the building of what is now the Chicago and Northwestern Railway. They said it would destro...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

LHPMA I Dangers of Lion Hntting. In "A Tale of Several Lions," Her cules D. Viloen, in the Era, says: .Van Aardt came to me and suggested a little lion stalking. Now, I know lions as well as he; deliberate hunting for a lion who mourns a murdered mate was a foolhardy proceeding. But in the near neighborhood of the spot I where Madame Lioness had been killed was one lion, with an earthquake voice, whose rumblings fascinated the fiery spirit of Van Aardt. "I am going," he said. I could not let him go alone, for we had fought too often side by side. We started off. my reckless comrade lay ing out, in calmest confidence, the art less plan he had of walking up to that tumultuous hell of wrath incarnate, and of blowing a few holes in it with his Mauser. As we came nearer, the roars ceased. The lion, weary with his imprecations of the night, had gone away from the scene of his bereave ment for rest and sleep. But we found in the jungle's depths the footway he had trod; in a sentry path of ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

f<r THE OLD TATTOO, hekvenis excluded by gold '.v 61 too ldie to the eyes, but none is deceived, save the gazer-the G lord of a fool's paradise; t o With the wide world inviting to action, with humanity yearning for light, He can see but the gold that gilds fashion, and, beyqnd, all is swallowed in 1 night. _ -O large ate the fields and fertile! 0 broad is the fathomless main! Like the mountains, they're calling for a manhood, but too often they sum mon in vain; While round us the fair. young flowers, and the bees that within them lurk. Repeat in their endless endeavor, "All the joy of the world springs from t work!" Then, oh! how can you worship so weakly, I when "a monarch of money appears, t As the hoofs of his steeds o'er you tram ple. in the dust that is wet with your tears? Ah, brothers of mind and muscle-ah, sis- t ters of deftness and skill lBe yourselves kings and queens of high purposie! Be earth's monarchs! you can. if you will. -Robert Mackay, in Success. THS FIRST BL...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

Attorneys and . . Counselors at Law. Office: Room 4, Citizens Bank, Jen nings. Room 8, Commercial block, Lake Charles. Office connnc'ed hy long distance Phohes. 132d&wtf rat GRILLS onto irn Order. wo a ti Design to suit yotr taSte'. ti All kinds of fu vni cu re rI,paired and reconstreted. 1CJr; ;niai ex.- h amine suipo:re: of GRt. ;tid pe. MANTLE w;,t k. Shop ,,rth of vi Racket stort-:. 7i3d&w )u MARK D. I TTER. Kod ol rei Dyspepsia Cire Digests what you eat. p, This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of e' food. It gives instv.ni, rCliof and never , tails to cure. It aliw« .:,u to eat al b the food you want. .Th mrost scusitive stomachs can take it. Ly its use ruany G thousands of dyspsptL.:cs have been cured aftercveryvtlhi. al faiied. Is unequalled for the stomachi. Child ren with weak stomrachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. 4'. .t unnr:cessary. tb 1L Cures all stomcG ::a %ý:l:es bt prepared only by E. O. I)WIT &. Co.. Chicago The...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

J. "r.MX W ELL, V i e Pre . and g h Io .e JO N ES, T reasurier. J.S . GO O D ,' tMA TRFD :·hI. ~ aý e ap . Supply Ctompany! ' Oil, Gas and RWater Well &ctpplies I~® .; iý ii ýý o trsi l ricplOlLw s of th c.o .n _ - a~O ."ia" le - -: •na Sourc  t0eS TexahS, ?znorr n1ns ý tor' ýas . i._-.aro..s.o: ... en 10,' axlSc:" :. .'j ® 9.. .:e... .'-';e "'e st,, "-"" "olp Et. En Boi App:caion an ::~; **-a *94*: # ot ,,., Specifications for RliceIrgiinPat uns^ n Apktos S.,.* ,I ri~n ns uns~ n. o::-.. S~~ores al UI 1rnofi r towzns o the ont , ;.' 4% -·· . the only exclusive oil welle n ine ;:, a... -'·°.u.,.-E.° 9 ;..... .. . . . ...- . " $  A II i-i' --. °*9" @°""{. " e ""," . . "«e : e ""o".""a. 1i i";um "®," C rs" '/Cl ,e .. ou ,[ "° " !eas . "n" .."" nsr. o, :  a "°""°y ," " ". ý'' I°" ""." M"xw, L" ""A' ae. ,~Sto 4 - :.l mn .. .o.. ... to-: . °. . :°.`:o :.. :.o :on n::::e . . ?°eo : .. y...•.... o-/ :.F , -o; v. uo O•tvO-I .i ..,, l -.o . . •... rfPo. ..;',...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

)# .ISy '' c 'MAT. Nuttnes.end LeoMa Rind. .In using nutmeg or lemon rind as a flavoring, much better results are ob tained by cooking a piece of either in the dish being prepared than to grate it in afterward. Anarrgmn. Soup. One pound knuckle of veal, small piece of salted pork, one bunch of as paragus: chop fine and season: add three quarts of water and boil gently three hours; meanwhile cook it little spinach tender and add. Stir in two teaspoons of butter, and this delicious soup is ready for serving. Banana Fritters. Mix one cupful of sifted flour, two level teaspoonfuls of baking powder. one tablespoonful of powdered sugar and a pinch of salt: beat one egg until light; add one-quarter cup of milk: add this to the flour mixture; then add one te'ospoonftul of lemon juice and three bananas peeled anti scraped and rubbed through a sieve; drop by spoonfuls into hot fat; drain on paper and serve with lemon sauce. Spanish Pufs. Put two-thirds of a cup of cold milk and three scant t...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

- the time r:twin 'diintaies '1ti;t1O for tie putpose alm, In one was Blab Atd Ya'for of ' the Dyhk's tiut )ii'4; cbh we shall presently de spioke. ,i :."-Nhlif. t edirofabol that 'befor, the sword  wa frsJ ,e dedrloped as a weapon in Ens' '. lan the 'ynelai savage had brought i's. shb rl' teeth blades to perfection. -. Cotisd luB, then, that the weapons of a.'" tivagery are of no mean order, and com ! ar'e i ~y'n ingenuity with similar Instru te`its btl offense and defense it the preas ent day, they may have a fair claim to consideration. Most remarkable, and perhaps most deadly, of all savage weatpins is the sum Dltan of Borneo, mentioned above. It is extraordinary that the Dyaks. barbarous and uncultured as they are, should have antciopated the idea of our rifle and bay onet, is not known how many centuries before the secret of gunpowder was dis covered. Their gls: is a blow-pipe of hard, light wood, some eight or ten feet in length and abount an inch indiameter. and thei...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 25 July 1902

?rEi ood r:os. & Dobbina Iron. Works bhave ' sectled the .services of d Mr, W. E. Pace of Los _, l' , California. Mr. TPee , is an Al MacUhin ijt;ant~iu Crude Oil Burner Expert. They are pre Sared to install ANY KIND of a burnrr geoieti-. . ' Yiilly .and tlrouch his skill obtaining be~ ,re 9 sult...pnssible. They maket a specialty of theI £[ MfEL BURNER whioh has hadsuce ,' pheaomenal suoceas in California and Texas.. 4 Mr. Pace is a tborough engiueer 'and is pre pared to install pumping and steam plants or any equipment necessitating the use of setim. If t Are, in u Troutle Call on Us. • I Heywood Bros. & Dobbins Iron Works. * * O U !. aO@e3@e@UlE@WIOI EI E@O s Ise y S'' 1l SaIcks ItMsl ~ te Feie that teeps Miles up neo feed bils 9swa McCon & Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS. DERRICK WORK a SPECIALTY i Plans, specltic Lion is .i Estitnates c Furnished. Mr. Horse Owner. . -if t. .'f*. We 5 ri.dL to I sl , lesa. beiaet feed; with prompt lar mvi, frail wei:ht and rlgI prices. It ...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 26 July 1902

ro i 4 aý J y r - - - Jnm m S'·0=" I1"' ": `· ý 1 ý • ": E JENNINGS DAILY., ` .. ..-, a- J " I ' S R mc Yi, U . I , I - - .+.+ ._?" "Xý .W . .. 1 -. +' ' ii "M. rrt a   r w eý .ý s" --1 ... .. - - - .. ?. JAWr HTE _FS tiON. "Oar stPa'is crowded with new merchandise and more is coming in evtwy day. Beyond any doubt we 4.e showing now the best selection of Early Fall QGoods, bought direct in New York, under the best advantages.. During our stay in New Yord, we have esoeeeded in finding some "'Specials," good bargains in various kinds of merchandise, and would advise eveiybody to examine our new stock before making any purchases. We have no time at present to devote St advertising, but ask you to call at our store and we can show you better than we can tell you. Have made arrangements with a reliable buyer in New York to express to us whatever novelty may come out during -during the ;season so as to be in position to keep the people of Jenninigs supplied with THE LATEST. Opened up a l...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 26 July 1902

Ite said 'arsr %.e' ',et .through ift~ wll be hey ull own Sby looking him ! 'what couldn't onon the United sure that every .s as it should e;da:of its smainte denies that his Sthrough, and re d'sacrilege that thb . ould have boen e season or ehind adraw your own tte being sifted aew'- lork, where the q (ategponhed that the sedisor e who threatened to ce ntitld a it "Hell and generou" has been warned ':etion of libelous mante rgan: denies that his  e' .:ad Strong have met J No f:tf hey will clasp hands st~r'oll ,r to into some deep, dark i i~l ag the cavern in after . - ldrve toadstool, which . .3 Cahroom, is doiem its ethe seasontingent of the ipo egpulation that lives .dro~wning season. entrokalni is grumhlinas a s ,' 6stPn edito pay an income tax ile -entitl allowance of o" has to remember e 'nd Sto have an income Sieath owillcer cl as hanbeds ...:gainst dirty papror eJ t carries disease iPplUt te in Caininnnati or :;e tglad to expse ' -ie oene thave been t et Cafnadian cou...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 26 July 1902

low O . . QWE'4 A s"."CLLcn ... A RICHHART, ý%8 liua S io oneer . l your patronage and guaran aEm. L.. LEWIS, M. D. C. VETERINAR I AN OFFICE: G. II COOK CO. TELEPHONE NO. 1. Residence, Mrs. Mercer's Cary avenue. All Calls Promptly Attended. TEAMING AND , "I0oase Moving. I am :prepared to do HOUSE MtOV IN Gand, HEAV' HULING of all :kinds, such as Boilers; Engines and Machinery. Rates reasonable. Call on me at my residence, east of school house. SL. E. TRUMAN. J. C. LANG& CO. DEALERS IN All Kinds at Prices that are Right. Warehouse North of Foster's Lumber Offilce. eFREE DELIUEIRYa M. M1. SHANNON. TINSMITH Manufacturer of Tin and Galvanized Iron Ware. Guttering and Repairing. First door north of Eagle grocery. W. R. CLINE. . C. R1. CLINE. W. U. cVine. C. B. Cline. J. D. Cline. CLINE & CLINE, Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public. Omees, Jennings and Lake Charles. &rompt attenclion to all business. C. E. HUNTER, M. D. Homoepathist, Rooms 3 and 4, Morse Block. h.- hone Nos....

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jennings daily record. — 26 July 1902

easted i oljxni berand' April of :" son for }sll open ; Baptembw day of Y.aq n ' ed-d ~hhF the #shoow- ; and ik blue sihL. e n on "sad close Pd . of each i" forshoot. a.urkuy, quail i open on the .gber ad close "A 4pf IL of each s to for killing on the first day w ,eon tho first, bay y eie:. 'That ,be pheasants (or hll open on thu mber and close o- March of each eseason for killing r. pinpaboLtc', shalk ue ay r,j August A1Jrse day of Oc. all be unlawfur for to rob or destroy ti a of any of the abo.ve' whatever. 11.Be it- further euaefal It ehall be un;fa'wfd f, b. sell, e'2":sge, or :assess _an of the sn 5aAlismenrtLion on vmee ft this acnt, ,e<i i.ia which they Sa;f: roe protected by Y :';y s of this act.; and 4kbe unlawful for any qr3pdpoons, or any corpo aass carrier, its offi o,r servants to ship, r: t .transport at any j tho~ebeirds or animals .i sn Section one of > c ibir. wich shall have been i4 :,his State, provided "b ~ .a.. ot be unlawful for t ltortsmen to car...

Publication Title: Jennings Daily Record, The
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