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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 26 July 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. We!shi Printing Company, Ltd. 4 EUa vLT, L. R A i t !% IVAa(I,4 . (~1. . f1'- ý l'. .6. 9 , r 9R FraLo c 1 -e a M fi YJIL ot I . ~~·rrl ~ 'B. rrr~ urrrrr~ i' k 5fP.~I Illacsm~iI I ~ i · 2;13 I!'· 2f~;i:i I' : lor ier\ '-a ork 4 M.i '1 c I) I ?CHNES +4 LANDYI +4 4$ ~rulrrra *II$~ ,,-~ __ lit ItI I,~'; ial. LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED. Fresh car Nutriline at Jones Bros, id. S. 5. Miller, of Iowa, was in towr Saturday. 1-Mr. Mitchell is visiting his brother, A. r of this city. Lee Campbell went to El:derl v Mon day on the Oriole. S.Miss Ida Loun i('re, was shoppingz in Jennings M.,hnday. lMiss Ge(nic I)ccker and Mr. Clifton ,W',nt to elton Sulndav. .l4 Nat a li'ula k . left fil' Pl dt .\\,. t'. .i.n J:.(m dV I atl ' lt l, usines i . I .. 1 I ,, ll, .Io . 'lh n it i, t , i e I, l' ! l, t, t,', ( h ax ft '"i, .. l t 'l  . ( liVs in i fe sVi tl ail hu[| - iHirr',' 1 '.tchit' i-ls V, ,t d 'it the i '. ! r at't'Clll da rltt r f l o the l fst'l i. "l r. I'r.,, , it ril'e...

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. — 26 July 1907

ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to \. . 1. l'rent. jtion, Tramroads, Drafting ! and Blue Printing. Chavanne ' iTiilin,, SLAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.O outheru I'lil 'ime ar. S EAST J11 ND. ` :40 a. inm. i due .. . l :. a. in. h 0, due ........ ... .... ': a. m . 4 due.. ... :: p. m. WEST i I ui) la. 4due..' ' p. n. , 5 due............. . . p. In. 9 due............. l:l4 a. m. 47 due . 3due ................ l a. I. Nos. 7 and niht traius. ;hoe 3 for fIr:}. " i 1t~ f1 malton. . . ''!' T IBS, Agent. Fresh car Sutri Ii it .I *1e1s Iros. I. E. Smith w 'as :a .,,!lhinisL visit last Friday. sgearpet, and \i'. W .aving, l)y dlia Petersein. , Therriot of Nv\ t)rltt:ns. was Welsh last 1rit.l:;y. Dnyone wishing -.\t t Iani 'phone 52. no, Bolin~ v:s a 11u:itles visitor .Jennings Sat uri Lv. i-iss Nellie ()'1ollntrll i the guest Ifriends in .lennings. . H. Butler nmahle a Ilusiness trip jennings last !.'ri, hI V. J. H. Bowen w:ts ,:)tsenger on ~.10 to Jennings lat Friday. .L E. Robinson left on N...

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. — 26 July 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G.. CO., Ltd., Pub. WELSH, ------- - LA. Feminism in F'!ance. T'he ir Ji'ti, n of thle cn !i os of Aherde(t n h iu((, aI. the luii 111 at liol|:t Conncil of \'Womne:i in ';; i.' t :tt I hli French Wouli)n W heil - t:. l - obtain the vot( upo,,n a yt: , L, _ 'as may Vwell have ('sli(ei S ulli.e , i rn ,_nI , the lIritil, ( ',ri.'i a i .-\": "il'r " Ii delegate s. ;A1, l ,rt i l V, ] Iw''- e ,; I "the %V'rli:l~l (w!omSn lt i ha', ,' 'T e ' !n fallen lacrh i n li llt a, -il l -a s: T,,i : first, that Tac it. s to.i :e(- t'il, h (t ' ; ilans whom the l iniian fti:rtht as have lo world ir hr l e . d' o\,! toi, li thle nlii sat hele nsiolns of Ti Iive -'wtch' triipper "sioing Paris h} niiight" aild a hasty (obs'hervation n tin' Sali law and you have the genesis of an lim ptression of the position of womnrit in France which is as irevalent asit is preposterous. The tact is that Ta - citus' obiservations would hai a atp plied quite as well to the rakils as...

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. — 26 July 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. BOUND FOR THE PEN. Four Convicted Murderers and Two Suspects (to I o .toa ouye, La. 2 Hahnv"ill, I (1 t , ll,'td by 2.4t sol diers, th , tI' I:' ans convicted t)of Walter I aL t: t' 't , l and the IWe Gebias. \',1 . o e tried for it, wt, re i .l' , , 1 '" '1 IIt : Iu hioulm l for t,,he  ', at liatont fug'' ,\l'' .Extn! : . .i , w\ i t akell by the i it 0 tilhe \ 1 it ' 1' ,rti that Vyh Ii .ht ih lie at teiIetd I! N e : 'tie except police  ' . .. " nt the trati etw\ x a 'Ia I wit ii the servi - : " 1. , . .' ai s pi tt off the .' The H',-. 1, 1 , ster, 't'reC tab, : ., i' 1:tV (\ h site' k.eliin F ', ,'' l id d: tided oiladtY Ttt) ',1 1,,l:i: it,' at i 's l 's' eil. n llplr t .t" , .,I lit'I llt'.parat r'y to char-itI tx  I ilialtns with ('il plicitY iu th n;tr ,i,,r was orfiere'l by the ctourt. 'h.i t.v art' the father and nm lth',r tf the i P' bltia fatlily, whose chihhlr'n ari ' alri':ily awiting - trial. Igua hi4 t' i ittn'ii.1110, hiL x ife, Mrs. Mary ('anll...

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. — 26 July 1907

Colorado Southern Railroad Offers a Park Site to the Ladies of Crow. ley. Would that the ladies of Welsh could accept a like proposition as that made by the Colorado Southern Railroad to the ladies of Crowlev. In that this railroad has offered to give a suitable site for a public park, and not only furaish the land, hutt grade it and th, all necessary work upon it. if ti iadie, will ortgauize in some tlrin, accept the park as a do nation, furnish flowers and plants and see that it is kept in good order after takingl poissession. Surely we i Ishl a (olorado SSinlth ern would appear in Welsh. The Alpha Avta (. lu realizing that our own little town should have a 'spLt beautiful,'' at its last business lmeet ing on July v10th, voted to give $10 to a park fund. Several of the ladies are personally interested in this branch of civic work. Who of the other various organizations in town I will join them in this effort? Surprise Party at the ArIeneaux The home of .\l r. and Mrs. F'. A. Arcel...

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. — 2 August 1907

0LIIE \. \\ ELSH, CALCASI EU 1ARIS1H, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 2, 1907. ONLY ONE MORE DAY OF THE SGREAT REMOVAL AND CLEARANCE SALE. S We still have some of our Summer Goods left. Now, if you want to get Bargains in Clothing, don't - fail to take advantage of this LAST DAY of the Sale. SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, WELSH. - - - LOUISIANA. ....inlllllElll111iU1l i II........111111 11........11......1111111 New Goods Every Day MARTIN BROTHERS. We are receiving New Goods every day and our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's 4 SHOES ---AND LOW QUARTERS Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of LADIES' HATS Just from New York. :.tyles Right --Prices Right 1 A Big Shipment of the famous ,Jno. B. Stetson flats direct fromn Philadelphia. We can mlake you the price right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Complete. Our Grocery Department handles only the BEST. M~artin Bros. & Co., LEADERS IN LOW PRICES, WELSH, . . . LA. ._4 Duty of Newl)pal)Irs. ;mA engages in the newspaper to make a living, just like ...

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. — 2 August 1907

THfI ONSO THE LORD ATALE OF'THE OLD WEST Cv HiiARRY LEON WILSONm. T "aot. CAP 'I Gur AMM Iý'LAýJY.A~ir Pt/Bs Aft ia CO M CHAPTER XXII.-Continued. It broke the spell of awe that hac lain upon him, so that he felt for the moment only a pious horror of hei speech. He called Christina to takf charge of her, and Martha, the second wife, to put away her little bundle of clothing. He himself went to be alone Where he could think what must be done for her. From an entry in the little Bible, written in letters that seemed to shout to him the accusation of his crime, he had found that she must now be five years old. It was plainly time that he should begin to supply her very apparent need of re ligious instruction. When she had become a little used to her surroundings later in the day, he sought to beguile her to this end, beginning diplomatically with other matters. "Come, tell me your name, dear." She allowed her attention to be di verted from her largest doll. "My name is Prudence-" She he...

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. — 2 August 1907

pe-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? alistof the ingredients of Pe iub bittcd to ary medical ex of whatever school or nationality, be obiigcd to admit without  ateach one of them was ofun value in chronic catarrhaldis .nd had stood the tct of many gperience in the treatment of e- THERE CAN BE NO ABOUT THIS WHAT peruna is composed of the most -ous and universally used herbal i for catarrh. Every ingredient has a reputation of its own care of some phase of catarrh. brtings to the home the COM gNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL LS OF mEDICINE in the treat of catarrhal diseases; brings to e the scientific skill and knowl ,gthemodern pharmacist; and last lastbrings to the home the vast red experience of Dr. Hartman, a-sofcatarrh remedies, and in the t of catarrhal diseases. fact is, chronic catarrh is a dis which is very prevalent. Many d people know they have catarrh. They have visited over and over again, and been that their case is one of chronic h. It may be of the nose, throat, stomach or some other in...

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. — 2 August 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. - - I, ONE DOLLAR A YEAI IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoftice at Welsh, La., as I sucond class matter. FRIDAY, A " ~I ' '' , 1907. Id ins0iure .'iblicat 1 )O aI cop";- " u'do ,t i i SCity Barber Shop, t 4 r . HEBERT, Prop. jlHoi and (ld Blackmithing Horseshooing. . tI l zt'l.t1. .  tl'l -),PHONF, NO. 7. aId Sae Siabiý t. Rigs of l\II inds, Villi or Hilliout Driters. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. 1 4++++4+4+4+++++++++++++++ For First-class Work : * (iOTO THE Sca - III II, f \North of S. P'. Depout. +o' SAM YANG, Prop. 't1 S ~ucecsor to Jim Lee. WELSH. .' ... LOUISIANA. • 4 ete On The Safe Side. Neglected Coughs and Colds put one on the unsafe side. There is no need to take these chances. flovaline Cough Cure. taken in time, will quick Iv put you on the safe side. You will find nothing better for Coughs, Co)ds, Croup and WhXooping Cough. Con tains no opium. Pleasant, Safe, Sure. Keel) it on hand. 2" cents...

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. — 2 August 1907

T. 7i MANDELL yV ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor .1. Piiut. gatin, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. ILAKE CBARLS. t.OUISIANA.U $0 ,due ................ :.0 a. nt. d ue L: • . Ini. o 8 due.. ..... . i. Io. 4 due......... .... . . i n. 10.5 due..... ... .... . ~.: . i a. m . p~o due.  t a ."mt' io. P 4one 4 fr t:;r!i,-' f l ti . Freshca!' Nut; . : I ,. W ar1 A nr h , ",ii"e.- t ,, JA L )k , Oarles Sun iy. R. CGardiol J >ti : w ith nome folks in \\1T-; . blrs. H uckel '''! : \\.,:· .ý ,,l~ l,1ilng Ls Jennin,.s \lIo : . H.E .\ X ess, n 1', : iii ,,,\\ tween tr:ams ,, A. C. Shipmnl:l \\: : vi-ii( 'r at lake.Charles Sua!:I. SMrs Clyde IMoio \\tiut IIt Lake .harles on the O)rihl' Sund:iyv. L. E. Rohbinsoll ln ' le a i uIsinless tripto Lake C'ha:rles lridlay. W. J. Seller's was Lake Charles *li8tor Sundlay ani lhmnultay. Garland Hayes ,f J'innins. ,ias abusiness visitor hC(re hMo(ndaV. Fresh Fancy Cakes of all kinds. flodel Grocery. Chas. Jeter was :t Iusine.-s visitor ,tothe...

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. — 2 August 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pau WELSH, . - . . .. -LA. A Dangerous Pe.t. It sometimes happens in human life that a man who has lived for years in peaceable if not amicable relations "with his nIighbors is suddenly re 'vealed as a great criminal, whose pres ence has been a constant nil llace to all about him, and whose sins include tragedies which had long b-.en mys teries. Some such r',velation as this bas been madle about the+ cormmon do anestic rat, not suddenly, p.erhali s, but with a slow and certain piling up of evidence, until now the bioi:gical sur vey of the United States government has indicted the sly gray crinrniil in a special pamplhlet. The first foreign rat to reach these shores was the Eu -ropean black rat, which came over 'nearly 300 years ago. The common rat of to-day is the brown or Norway rat. lie reacr'ed America about 1775, and has multiplied so rapidly that he has almost entirely driven out his black predecessor. There is also a third s pecies...

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. — 2 August 1907

FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION I I , -OF AMERICA - U These are mighty hot and dry days ,Ow, and it cannot be too strongly impressed ulon the minds of all who have charge of any living things that shade and water are absolutely essen tals ot life, and their plentifulness are essential to comfort and well-be ing. Educate and co-operate are the ba sic words in the code of the Union man. If you have a piece of knowl edge that others should know, go to the Union and tell it; if you are losing out in the race, ask of the successful Union man, and don't be too stiff necked to take his advice, and then pass it on to your neighbor. If some of our Texas brethren could drop in on some of the meetings that are now being held in North Carolina, they would be surprised at the in terest of the good old Tar Heels, who have an idea that Texas is only a home for the long-horn and the horn ed toad, and not the place for the birth of the grandest and best order that farmers have ever had. ...

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. — 2 August 1907

About Success. P'lenty of worik, with good wage.s and increa-in' prs(,,slurity, are certain rewards (If faitihfulness. Let every voung man start in life with the de ternination to put the best he has into the di.schar~,re 't overy dluty. and some of the ,est thinz, ,f life will eventu ally )ecile I(, own l. There is still "'rorii a;t t t,,p" ;tandl falitlhtilniess i, one ,of the t.s,'tial conditions of as,ont. o anf ';l ;I (,11 sirceed at lat iin any sphtr t ~f,. wit out a certain de (gree of Iitety, itn its (ldeor and more beautilul o',,t of habitual reverence toard natlr, and he-i laws. ''This is ni l'l tie teahin If the Christian r'e Ti.ion nii i,~ t equally of all relig ion and (xrilernce of mankind. Tie ehl ments of succl(ess are mIoral mainly, and abs llte i (,b ellce t() t oni' law is ei.tiaIl toi the lireservation o(f a clear hitad and sound judmiiertt, Whoever 1, not leidient will s(,ti'nei or later findI that he has been so wiu, the wi nd onlyv to) reap the whirlwind...

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. — 9 August 1907

S~~---------- ---- V ;OL' IE C 1.. XXELSH, CALCASIEUI PARISH, LOUISIANA, .A\U(Wl'S'T 9, 1907. B ýNU BE 1(- ) . .. .. . . . .. . .-- ... In Our New Store, With New Goods OUR OLD MOTTO: To give our Customers the Best for Less. W A.RE OW RE.A.DY TO SER"V'E Y2O^C. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, WELSH. = - = LOUISIANA. _ _o o__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _,__ _ _ _, , *ITLOOK AS RICE JOURNAL SEES IT. e and 'ihld. .Average: Prices Iu ncih lligher. its monthly retport o'n rice coil s, the August 1,ic Journal has to say: r better thain ih a erage yield, both in quantity and quality, on an average acreage; hitgh prices at the begginning of the year: a consumptio~i which has nearly doubled in fi\ce years, absorbing nearly live million bags on the high range of values of last season; a cheap crop, with the farmers of the rice belt in good tinau cial condition, thus enabling them to real) the full enelit of a it'osperio; year. SThat summauarizes the rice situation as it alplpIars to the li...

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. — 9 August 1907

DI~" Cif~s ,' pr ý--ý --- ý * THE FIRST BOAT BUILDER. Some Interesting Facts Concerning a Common Insect. Would you believe that it was our constant and most affectionate friend. the mosquito, who built the first boat? Often on small pools you may see a tiny, soot-black barge floating about. This is filled with neat rows of eggs. No matter how wild a storm rages, The Queer Boat. the little boat. tossed and tuiinitld from side to side, will never sink. In a few days out of it come quan tities of wringlers, hungry as wolv,,s. They feast on the scuilm and minutei Vegetation that covers the pool, and in a week or two from each wriggler emierges a llosqlui to. At first their wings are wet and closely folded. So each osqu~lito uses his larval skin for The Mosquito. a fairhy boat, to float about in while he airs and dries his wings. hut as soon0 as he is able to fly. off he goe,. to lunch upon you or me, or the first person he can spy.-Cincinnati En quire(r. ii A New Baby. Next time you vi...

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. — 9 August 1907

~MDAY DAINTIES SPA SIlltei :r NT FOR SUMMER AFTER NOON TEAS. Of Spall read from the Old-Fashioned half ett and Bread Sandwich- read geverages to Take the the place of Iced Tea. solut Spai yone has tirid of the old-fash- ant mleat and brIa1 sIanwiches and man tang new that will plehase the tell on hot and sultry afternoons are surely be welcomned. A very dle opical way o using 11up fish, and own of the most poI)ular of the new thos wiches nlmade as follows: are) the yolks of six hard-boiled post and rub them to a paste. and the it with the same quantity of cold rem that has chilled in the ice box. ama this mixture on crisp lettuce eact add a dash of mayonnaise leas and spread between thin the of white bread. trea er sandwich that can be made mos few moments' notice is by chop- ena two large crisp cucumnibers very apd add to this a little onion just enough to give it a flavor, a gttle bit of cayenne pepper. To this with a little mayonnaise and spread on thin slices of bread. d of the...

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. — 9 August 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAIH IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postofeice at Welsh, La., as Second class matter. [,'1U1 )A Y, .\ I (; ", 'I , I)) T, i uturo I)hi rat ion ii l copy should he inl o ru it , 1). n s(a I I u jCit Barber Shop, I t A. H~BERT, Prop. ! , o.. and Gold * -4 t.. J. K1. KIIiBALL, Blacksrmithing Horseshoeing. 0O PHONF NO.7. Thy %4i linq',Wr aid Sale Stable~ Rig~sof AlI Kiinds, Witli or W'ithoji I1rivers. CUAS. DAUTEIiL. For First-class Work SGO TO THE :CHINESE LAUNORY 4 Z f North of S '. Depot. SAM YANG, Prop. $ f Su.iceor WEo .Im ie. L 2 WELSH. . .. LOUISIANA. = I'ridaý's ' lectric.al Morai. The elctr4ic st(, 'tn lere Fl iday ev eniing diu considerablie dalnamae. S. A. (',vey lost a tine voultng Ihnrse that he valued above $u20), and two more of his horses, one a lar; e jreyy and the other a brown, were in stnrie way~I thrown a galnst a wire teace and bad ly cut. The horses were in the pasture north of...

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. — 9 August 1907

,H. fMANDEILL IL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to \ . '. Parent. gation, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. ChavannEt' ºLtilSIinA, AKE CHARLES. LOUISIANA. kEAST i1a t NHC. 6 due ........ .:.. ... . n. due... .. .. 11:4^ a. in. due . ....... .. 1 : a. m . due........ >. m . WEST ig " 5 dire........... ... 4. P. m . 9 due.. ...... ..... . m. 7 due............ .4:1 a. m 3 due .... ... . ..... ¶:04 a. m . NOS. 7 and :t Iilt~s. one 34 for il! I' r. in', ation. J. . 'i' illcs, Aent. sb carN: 1.n§ in. L1ryley;, I , li SIS 11ond(1v. H. Carter: Lke .\r Saturday. iss Tessie ), i- V, : . i J. nii s ltor Saturday. eide D)eri)ouel , I i ('itv. \\as own Thiursi:t. Friday on bu.iln,<s. .L. Clark spent Sualtv with folks in Jeniiº gs. VW. Day was I,,:Sil(.Ss visitor ke Charles Sattzl·lay. .C. Hart way in Lake ('harles iness last Tilurslav. tr.and Mrs. . . W\\:il,n went ke Charles  tualav. vv Father ('(,l; \ as r. visitor e parish seat 'lºThuisla. Nellie Aldd\ ,t Lake clharles 'last ...

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. — 9 August 1907

RE RICE BELT JOURNAL WILSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Ptba WELSH, .- - - -..... LA. Appalling Industrial Death Rotl. The United S-:at(es is justly suffer lag the re:,roAh of permitting th 'most reckless waste of human life o any civilized country in the world 'Thta sad fact is amply sustained b: our own s:.tistics. Other industria countries which we have completel: outstripped in the race for the world' business a\ve considered special reg elation of drangeieous trades and ma thinery a positive necessity of mod era industry. \Ve have done practi cally nothing. It is high time, de clares Edgar T. Davies, chief factor: Inspector of Chicago, in Leslie's Weekly, that these facts became known to our people, that the condi tlons be understood, and the public conscience aroused so that prope remedies may be applled for at the hrands of our legislatures with some promise of success. The people o the United States, somewhat inflate, with an inordinate sense of their owi greatness and their wonderful ...

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. — 9 August 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. TWO LOUISIANA ENTERPRISES. A Mineral Prospecting Company and a Bank at Merryville. Lake C'ha:Ih:, La. T-o new Cal casieu Parish tnterprises were made going concerns Monday at the office of District ('leirk Gardiner. The Na tional Oil ('onimpan, with a life lease of ninety'-nine years and a home at Jennings, has filed its charter for rec ord. The capital stock is $10,000 divid ed into IlII0,I $1.q, shares. The ol jects and purposes are to drill for natural gas and all other minerals and to do ever" thing necessary to care for and dispose( of tho product. The of ficers and first board of directors are as follows: M. W. MIattison, presi dent: Clinton i . 1lavwood, vice p)resi dent: J. H. HIeinen, secretary; N. S. Whisenhunt , t reasu'rer. The State Dank of MerryVille, cap ital $2ic'0,,. in $11t shares, to become a going concern when $1,000 is paid in, has I)bee authorized to begin a general hankling business at Merryville. The first board of directors is com posed of W....

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