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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE ID)LLAR A YEAI I. ADVANC(E. Enterel at the pI~wtottice at Welsh, La., as eo, nI c',s latter. F'RIDA.\ , Jit-NE "1 1!º7. IT,~ i ,,Wr , ,lW liv'ation alI 10111 ..l Io I our oflice bv R'e, tneslay noonl I 1 \I . i.10 ý IuU. 9)j fl·~~~~~ ·P14) 9ityi Barbei[ Ropr .13 4 9. 9 . HEBERT, Prop. 9n iHot ald Gold 9. 9 3 .A.WT . 4C o 4, . ). KIfIBALL, Blackmithing Horseshoeing. A1, , f !i aiN a Sl)etialty. Siti ,) ) ,)('att,,i m] N,r'th .Adamt . Stl'eet. PHONE NO.7. Rigs of All Kinds, HWitl or Without Drivers. GlVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. i For First-class Work : S(O TO THE I CHINESE LAUNDRY S North of S 1'. Depot. , SAM YANG, Prop. * SNuceeor to Jim 1 ei.. WELSH. .. .. LOUISIANA. ffff~f~fffo- f~dff t ,ff. FOR AGENTS--AN OPPORTUNITY! "THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS" .'IJAM: J iN BRYAN NOW\V 1EL.\I1 Ful; H)LIt'i](TlO ..,: 576 Imperi-! Otaao Paze.. O Or OOSuperb EItnravings fromt photogral!s taken h ir. r ir)an. I...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

T. HI. MANDELL 'CVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to A. E. Parent. Irrigation. Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. Chava( nln Building, L AKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.1 Southern l'aciflc TimIe CIarl. \BT HOUND. No. o due ........... ..... 8:41 a. m. .No. 10due .................. :4 a. n. No. 8 due .................. 1 : a. m . o,4 due ............. .... : p. In. VWI :ST Bt) UND. No 5 due.............. :':450 p,. iii. 0o. 9 due.... ...... ..... i :3 . . k . , due.................. 4:14h a. ni  o. 3 due .... ... ...... 9:04 a. nm. . DNo. a:id! night trains. Phone :;4 for further information. .. F. T rns, Agent. The Bigr ,Rice tBran. at Jcnes liros. Flood , ik;. I1astus. and ()award. F. C. Hart was a business visitor to La.ke Charles IMonday. Rag carpet, and Rug Weaving, by Lydia Peterseim. i A, Davidon was a Saturday Visitor to the parlkli seat. Truits and \eetalhles of all kinds. at the Modle (Grocery SR.P. Wiliard was a business visit er in Jennings. Tuesday. ,f Fresh car high g...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

TiE RICE BELT JOURNAL W~I is P'T' ('0O, Ltd., Pub, WEITI, - - - - - - LA. King Alfonso as a Father. According to the oi sa-,yi }, a habe E4 the, house is : w'lls{Iri.. : of pleas 4re, and no dollbt the .sayin is true 1in most cases. Yet you never can tell. Something appears to depend on the station i life which th' Whobabe is assigned to till. That the- yong king of Spain is a happy papa since the' heir to the throne arrived cannot be doubted. Yet there are ample indica tions that the Iproud father is ,l!.'ly Impressed with the reslnsihility of bringing up the infant in propeir fash ion. The story goes that amolng the many articles provided to amuse and Instruct the child is a large install nent of English juvenile literature, 'provided out of thoughtful compli ment to the nationality of the charm ing mother. But here is where Alfonso draws the line. lie is said to have overhauled the books, and finding that they were tilled with English nursery rhymes and with pictures by English a...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

1EL DEMANDS KING A STORY 04 P'ERIOD OF THE JUDGES 41; ISRAEL HB the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyrnght, 1W. l;y the Author, W. b. Edson.) Scripture Authority.- 1 Samuel, chapter S. SERMONETTE. "Make us a king to judge us like all the nations."-This de sire to be like those about us is 0 a mark of the worldling. Just in proportion as Israel turned its eyes from the God whose pe culiar people they were, just so far did they have a' hankering to be like the nations about " them. It proved a snare to their feet just as the world and the things of the world entice the children of God to-day. The Christian starts out with the vision of God and the longing to grow into Christ likeness, but neglect to meditate on God's word and forgotten prayer ob. scures the vision and vitiates the hunger for righteousness, and before it is scarcely realized " the eyes are turned upon the world and there springs up a de sire to be like the world's peo. pie, to have the things they seem to enjoy, and t...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

%anton le'struction of Birds Unex cusable. The feathered songsters of our beautiful Southland, that at one time teemed with bird life, has become so nearly extinct by the barbarous prac tices of shooting them at all seasons of the year, which has been indulged in, by half grown boys and would-be sportsmen, true sportsmen do not kill out of season, that a wise legislature has enacted laws prescribing that it shall be unlawful to shoot or kill the various songsters of the State during the summer months, which, of course, is the breeding season. Yet in the face of the fact that this law is ott our statute books and should be obeyed tby every good citizen, first. because it is law, and secondly because it is hu mane, and again because, as is a well known fact, the birds are of untold benefit to man as insect destroyers, we have definite information that a party, of the teachers of the tholy Writ, whose watch words are and ought to be, "Obedience to law," and '"Humanity of feeling, w wer...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

be *{itge ielU _ urual. 0LUL E VIII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JUN 28, 1907. NE R .. New Goods Every Day t~Efi.f p.., ,.t.yp ~;e~i~~J~~Evy ay2~f~ New Goods Every Day : MARTIN BROTHERS. We are receiving New Goods every day and Sour stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's SHOES AND- - LOW QUARTERS Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of LADIES' HATS Just from New York. Styrles ight--Prioes Right A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson flats direct from Philadelphia. We can make you the price right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Complete.  Our Grocery Department handles only the BEST. Martin Bros. & Co., LEADERS IN LOW PRICES, WELSH, . . .* LA. Crop and Weather. iaection has been experienceing reftorrid temperature for sev days past, it being the hottest of the season so far. Light rs have fallen in various sec duoing the past two weeks, but Iry is getting quite dry and a Iin would be of inestimable cot only to the rice, but to tiids of vegetation. The crop Obs a...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

SFARMERS tEDCDCAfIONAL CO-OPERATIVE UNION OIF IA MERICA i The Secretary of Agriculture gives : assurance of better prices for at: 4 sorts of meat products. * That farmer who neglects hi1 pIor: ' try crop is on oof thse n ho is los:: ; at the bhung while warching the sp!g got. Poultry money is a: clean plik iup , The Arkansas Iniotn is going to make the month (4' Jtuly a record I bpaker in an etort 1to "cover the State" as it has never been dlonle with i education along the line of the Utlton proposition. Get a wet tlm club and run the grumbler off of the farm: let him go to work on a railway as a canary. He is not adapted to a place where everything is growing out in the open daylight and sunshine. Cotton is the one product on which the maker. anod not the consumer, pays the freight. Whose fault is it? The raisers, of course, for he it is who crowds the market begging somebody to buy his cotton at whatever price the buyer may nam'e. When you can not say a good thing about an insti...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

RYOUS COLLAPSE OFTEN PREVENTED BY DR. 7 WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. When the First Warning Symp Are Noticed Much Needless Suffering May ee Saved. , e you troubld'l with pallor, loss of , waves of hi at passing over the shortness of breath after slight 'on, a peculiar skipping of the beat, poor digstion, cold extremi. afeeling of wtight and fullness? -ot make the mistake of thinking these are diseases in themselves be satisfied with temnporary relief. ThIa is the way the nerves give warn. .tbht they are breaking down. It ymeans that the blood has become and cannot carry enough nourish. --t to the nerves to keep them healthy ed'ble to do their work. -est, alone, will sometimes give the s-'ed relief. The t"nic treatment by SWii"ams' Pink Pills, however, pre. the final breakdown of the nerves Sthe more serious diseases which because the pills act directly the impure blood, making it rich, o" E . Bradley, of 103 Parsells ae, Rochester, N. Y., says: -was never very healthy and some ago, when i...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Pujlished 'Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DIILLAR A YEAIR IN ADIVANC'E. Eutered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as Iteconl| dlaC s matter. FID1 DAY, .I1\NEl'21 1907. Jiir nflicr Irv \VeIns'Iay noozi .. nEBERT, Prop. 9 a1 6 Bl kIrnmithing ANI) Horseshoeing. A l iiut. of Ih ýai" ' : 1 .ialtK. jitu ltn l lifte Ai Nunh Adamslt Sitrt t. kRis of MAlI inds, WHith or Without Drivers. GIVE MIE A CALL. 3 CHAS. DAUTEL. : For First-class Work * S(i0 TO THE f SCHINESE LAUNDRYi S Not th of S P. Depot. SAI YANG, rop. cnuewovmr to, ii;n L4ee. + WELSH. .. UIS. ANA. v fý++ *++*+++* .A.+,4 .,+ý++ FOR AGENTS -A4; GPiPRTU:dTY! "THE OLD WORLDu AND W AYS" WI AM I!) s iY NOU\\ RE.\Y FR ".i; TY :: 576 Imperial Oc-:: P s. O r .'v unp;b l.;rli .s frotim olr. raphs taken by Mr. Bry.... ItCr.ous::q his tri; , I 'iri,', l 'I, worhl and his visin t to il nfti,.is. I jgrao tae.t ok of trav -I ever w tn. 'Ti Cr0; +i re w athw Cor ir. 'Ihi ae Ir t 's hI rn.st. OiultSI ! l ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

T, l. MANDELL L ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to .\. E. Parent. gation, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. tf Chavallll( iuilding, LAKE CHARLLES, LOUISIANA.O uthertn rPaifle o .il. , ('arq. EAST TM)NI'. , due ........ . 40 a. m. (0.10due.............. 11:4 . . WE. 12:57 . in. O. due........... ..... :... a. n. 1. 4 due. ....... ... .... . :. 5 p. m . WEST 1 I) j0,5due.... i . 1:, p. . .0 due............. p. I. 7 due... ..... . 4:l! a. mn 3 due .....:04 a. in. SNos. 7 and n ht trains. one 34 for futtr .r ii cf )rmation. .T. F'. T'['nluS, Agent. Big 3. dice Bran at J:ie i Bros. od Wilks, lBaitus., and O.iward. d Glory, frm ni p at the Journ ook Store. A. P. Caminoll was a Lake les visitor Tuesd a v. ry Day was a hsintss visitor i.e parish seat Tluesday. $g carpet. and iung Weaving, by isa Peterseim. ugh Craig was visiting friends in Charles Tuesday. t your Fourth of July tire works the Model grocery. m. Bridges was transactinig busi in Lake Charles Tuesday. ags! Flags!! Flag...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Puba WELSH, -- - - . - LA. 6till a Mission to Perform. It seems the new ways of getting through and over the Alps by railways and tunnels have not wholly done away with opportunities for the "'pious monks of St. Blernard" to show hos pltallty and even to extend help in a crisis. There are still venturesome souls who disregard the injunction to "try not the pass" and who brave the dangers of the trip through ice and nuow, and solmetirnmes they fall victims to their temerity and have a close call before they are rescued by the monks and the dogs. It appears from statis tics on this subject that last year not less than 1,300 persons, snowbound and exhausted, were cared for at the institution maintained by the monks, and numbers would have perished but (or the succor provided. A considera ble portion of those thus helped rep resented tourists, including American and English travelers, though more than a thousand were poor peasants or tramps ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. Library Formally Opened. Garyville, La.. The Garryville Li brary Association held its formal opening Saturda; night. The pleasant rooms of the Astoceiation were crowd. ed with a representative assembly, in cluding the best people of the town, and a very enjIyal,le time was had. Rev. S. S. lit,-ai delivered a well. chosen addr.ess detailing the purp)oses and possibilities' +,f the association, af ter which the visitors were enter tained with v(ocal and instrumental ImusiC and rtc attions by Mr. and Mrs. j JN. Fabrl,c- Miss L. V. Schwing, Mrs. L. A. Waddell, .1. C. Jordan. E. &. Sims and A. (rabiani. S. M. olHss, in response 1, :t rising vote of thanks tendered hli in cions'lideration of his assistance in the organization of the association, made a brief but effective address. T'hel ri,),ms of the associa tion are nicely furnislhed with substan tial tables and comfortable rockers and arm chairs. mostly in mission style finished in weathered oak ef fect,'and pres...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 June 1907

f, oooo,--ooo A Big Day For Lake Charles ULY FOURTH, '0 FUN! PATRIOTISI1! EXCITEMENT! FROM EARLY MORN 'TILL LATE AT NIGHT MILITARY COMPANIES LEAGUE BASE BALL From Texas and Louisiana Lake Charles vs. O()';tirge. IN PARADE AND MILITARY D RILL 2 (amnes---I)uble Healde---2 (ialues BRASS BANDS 6 Capt. Richmond Pearson Hobson WILL FURNISH MUSIC N ill I deliver an addren at the 'hau( uqua 8,Sdilorlusn 'lea mure PIer. PAIN'S FIR E WORKS Hon. Jos. E. Randell The only Real Display of Fireworks ever given in Western Will Speak at Drew Park. Louisiana. This will he the Rea! Thing. 10 000 PIi ,l,le visitet lake (la'ht'es last Fourth of Jly. We want.e S ),()U(0) tils year ald ,itizen s are speildilllO' over' (liile the mlloney 8 sul.Isc.ribed last year, as ail illdicatiouil of their appreciatiolI of their visitors last year and hoi 1 illg to set' thenit all af1aii this 1Fourth.l. Z You'll find a Good time in Lake Charles l,8 Electric Theatres Tent Shovis, Ssting, Dancing1, Bathing,. Et1e, oo co ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

XOLUI! VIiiI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JI'IY 5, 1907. NUMBER 5. oo oO 00000 G ooo0ooocoooc ^: owoov4 Oa<O 4oo0 $12.00 AND $15.00 SUITS AT $5.095 We have a Few Light Summer Weight Two-Piece Suits which we are going to close out way below cost as we will not carry these suits over. This is your opportunity to save from $5 to $ 1 0 on a Suit of Clothes. Come early for these bargains will soon be taken, 3Y"OUCRS F0R BAEGkA.IS-I , WLSH SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, WELSH, L 00:000000 LOUISIANA. New Goods Every Day . _ AT " MARTIN BROTHERS. We are receiving New Goods every day and' our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's SHOES AND LOW QUARTERS Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of /LADIES' HATS Just from New York. les Right -- Pices Right A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson [fats direct from Philadelphia. We can make you the price right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Complete. Our Grocery Department handles only the BEST. SMartin Bros. & Co., LEADERS IN LOW PRI...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

I ARMERS' EDUCATIONAL SAN ID CO-OPERATIVE UNION I OF AMERICA The man who raises what he uses, as largely as he can, i. the one who always has a few dollars to loan to his less sensible neighbors. He it is who does not have to pay out all he makes to go on. Let every farmer be a Burbank on a small scale. The improvement of breeds, both of the vegetable and ani mal kingdoms is slow, but always along progressive lines. Let no day find you not better off in some way than the day before. Don't forget that the first word in the name of the I nion was chosen after much dliberation, and then its place was assigned blluse of its im portance. You Ialist know, and you must know to the uttellrnost finality. if you would dto the wisest and best thing. Educate, edueat, all the time A diversifier is one who has a vari ety of crops going all the time. It takes a smarter annd a mInore industri ous man to keep half a dozen things C going that it does to kee(lp only one iron hot, but it is this sort o...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

RS. DE PASSE SOF NEW YORK CITY Consul/td Str '! 'P'ysic zins, but ..y Dild e 1, , . c-ru-na and Man-a-d n / , 1/ li." S-'. . ." i:. MRS. ALINE DePASSE. Allne DePasse, 7,6 E. 165th St., York, N Y.. writes: gives we pleasure to testify to the re qualities of P'eruua and Mana ygs salicted for over seven years with h of the head, throat aind digest. iOgans. I consulted many physicians, they did me no good. 'syne day I Ihappe' ed to read some tes lals in your P'eruna almanac. I ed to try Perluna and Manalin. I t a bottle of each, and after taking for a week I noticed a change for better. So I kept it up, and after twelve bottles I was perfectly also gave the medicine to my chil. and they had the same beneficial I would never be without these in the house. al highly recommend Peruna and to all my friends, and in fact perybody." Mildred Grey, 110 Weimar St., - , Wis., writes: NS gives me pleasure to recommend a for catarrh of the stomach. I this disease for a number of years, could not en...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE I)DOLIAR A YEAIR IN ADVAN'E. Entered at the posttlice at Welsh, La., aý leeodl class matter. our office bV WWeii'7I,!ay- nol).n I).~ I:.I . c;t1, a r iop 9 s . d ~ (I iS* P~0~ bQL, ~do J. . KI;7;ALL, Blacksmitihing Horseshoeing. 1 All lin l.,c f H, ai ' t,: ,i lS. Shun heat.d ,t Nl@ .i nts Street. PI-ONF NO.7. TCo l lo1:!, Lvvr, rI Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. i For First-class Work *GO TO THE SCHINESE LAUNDRYI 4 North of S 1'. Depot. SAM YANG, Prop. S Sue.eeor to.im Lee. WELSH. .'. .. LOUISIANA. FOR AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY! "THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS" IY WILLIAM JENNING' CRYAN -NU\ RIEADY FORlt sil,IllTOl'rs.;: 576 Imperial Octavo Pazes. (ier 2tOSuperh Engrainmgs from photographs taken b) Mr. Bryan. [Iecounts, his trip around thy' world and hi, visits to all nation'. I he greatest Iookl of tray el ever written. The peo;le are w:;itimg for it. The: agemt...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

T. II. MANDELL CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor ( A e. '. larent. rrigtion, Tranmroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. Chavaniie Buiiding', LAKE CHAR.LES, LOUISIANA.l Southel'l I'acilit 'Imie t'ard. 40. (6 due ... .......... O . II o. due... ...... 11:4 a. n O. 8due . ... a. m: No. 4 due ....... .. pL. m No. 5 due... 2:4 p. No. 9 due......... .. ......p. in No. 4 due. )'). . 4 n . m No. 3 due ................1..!. m No. 3 due .. .. .. . . t, a . u t NOS. , "' : eat . Phone 34 for t r il' in,atioin. , " ..\,2ent The Big 3. Rice Bran atl ,·I - . !;ý',,. Flood W ilkl , I ,, ,. :, ,i n').ward. Leon Pitle I :.- : I. ,i (' h vrles visitor Tuesdty. Rag carpet. ai t u \\c'avaig, )by Lydia Peterseiu n. Rev. D. . \:,' gue-t of Rev. Crain's "'u(-: i:.. Some rendere :i ý , · I l, 1 . ,. t Model Grocery. Geo. Lawso w:as a chautauliqua visitor Saturday. Jos. Villien wI'n' Sit und:a" w ith -friends in .IJe:ne !.t te. Mr. and Mir-. WK. a. augh}t spent Sun4ay in Jeanierene. Cland Singleton went...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

TiE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Putb WELSH, - - . - - - LA. May was almost as I,lha;a:nt as De cember. Happy Alfonso' Ils easttihs in Spain seem to have materiailz, d very felicitously. The czar says he woutld Ir willing to die if he could i;ake Rtussia happy. Why doesn't he try novit iit away? The prince of the .\st rtias has not yet arrived at the s:a, w here he will grow strong by latirng Spanish uliotls. That Ilerlin lalhorer whi, has ben jailed for making laces at th.I kais-er should restrain his teelings till after dark. Census bureau figIl(res indicate that some women work until they get mar ried, then secure divorces and go back to work. The canlaloupii will soon be hero and then you will have to ganIle whether it will he good or bad when you buy one. The rman who referred to it as the merry month of May is generally sup poged to have been a; poet, hut he was probably a satirist. "The American Indian never laughs," says the London World. Go on-we know some in t...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. Case Decided by Supreme Court. Crowley. La.: At least one branch or case in the now celebrated Acadia parish oil litigation has been finally settled by the decision rendered by the State Supreme Court in the case of Jenningbý-le-,y wood Oil Syndicate, et al.-the siblessees being the Texas Company, Producers' Oil Company, Rex Oil Company. Moonshine Oil Com pany, Rayne Planters" Oil and Devel opment Comp;any and Rev. Father Farncois Rouie. This case has occu pied much of the time of the district court of this l,arish for the past two or three .(cars and involved consider ably over a niil:ion dollars' worth of oil. The St;irrme Court renders a ae cision in favor of the defendants named, and it is considered a great le gal victory f',r the attorneys. The decision annui~ the contract which La trelle had given to the Jennings-Hey. wood Oil Synd!wate. under which they claimed their rights, and recognized the title of the iloussierre-Latreille Oil Company to thei oil involve...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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