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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 9 August 1907

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Welsh, La., Aug. 6, 1907. Hiall of Council Chamber: Meeting was called to order by S:;ior C. l. :. arr. Members of ti e B ,ard of Trustees present: Chas. Ia;utel, F. I). ). alkins, A. T. Jones, Al. It. hI inýr. A ,ent: 1:. ('. W illard Ilintutes of previousi meeting read and a proled. Bill: Iak1 i0n upl antl disposed of: T. ( . .\lin rd, st ret ýo\i rk..... $17 7t .\ idut" i I; ,odul. s.tre'et work.. 9 00 .l ,. Ketch, stritt Wi w rk......... 73 50 A. \\. ;uc'k, -treet work........ 9 40 T. 1f. C'ox, marshall and street coil0 issiIonwer ..... ........ ,0 25 L. Victoria, street work.2....... 22 50 Jos. Villir. repairs on slips.. 4 7.t 'e1., P'rinting. ('om ipani, Ltd., t'i'intinl ................... 1 10 Velh I'arri',, ,\" lnpolemnent 'Co., stri'et wwoi'k....... . 2 i50 Bertrand-l)av is Co, scythe blade 1 00 B1. L. (raves, work on school buildin ................. 80 Total .........8207 35 Mo,\ld and seconded that all bills () K'd by [inane ('onumnittee be paid ...

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. — 16 August 1907

_ Ot t u r n yLL' \ ,1" I. ýýE LSH, CALCASI FI PARISH, 1,`C SIISI,.\''lsl tiIA\'A , IZ~tK.~ In Our New Store, With New Goods OUR OLD MOTTO: To give our Customers the Best for Less. WE AR"EE . OW R 7" EAD Y TO SERV"YE YO ZC'. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, WELSH. _ - L LOUISIANA. " BAPTISTS IN CESSION. C 7Jy Baptitl A solatlon In ('es  ol,_-'nnvýally Large Attend a-e._Ezxellent Program. The Carey Baptist Association; --hiahconvened in this city Wednes 4_ evening is proving a success from the very beginning. A large delaga tion was in attendance wednesday ev ening, and listened to a forceful ad - dress by liev. Schnell of Lake Charles New delegations continued to arrive on every train throughout the day Thursday. The attendance promises to be the largest that this district has ever enjoyed. The meetings so far have been a decided success and the prospe ts are that this will he the most successful meeting of its kind ev er held in this district. .1luch credit is due lev....

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. — 16 August 1907

APPALLING COST OF CRIME, VICE AND PAUPERISM Six Billions of Dollars a Year, According to Prof, Bush nell, While Our Annual In crease of Wealth Aggre gates Only Five Billions- And He Gives the Figures, INSANITY EVER ON THE INCREASE Five Million Paupers and De pendent Afflicted--Crooks of Various Kinds, Not In cluding Political Grafters, Cost Us $200,000,000 Annually, 7 Sit Washington.-\\ hen Prof. Charles 1. Hishnell, Ph. 1).. of this city, made his recent statentinlit that the A ell i,. can public Was on the verge of bank rultcy beeaus it expended $;.00.0,000O, OOu a y}tar on the criminal, pauper and vicious classes, while the annual in crease of wealth aggregated only $5,000,000,00U o he called down upon his head a storni of adverse criti cisni. But Prof. lushntell is not to be frightened from his live of attack on what he calls the social ills of the country through adverse criticism, and he reilerates the accura(cy of his fig ures and the logio of his coniclusions. "It was to be ...

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. — 16 August 1907

ýLTj NOTES FOR AUGUST. t t o ite::r Fr TAC u AG . :OAT . August is the month of internal catarrh. The mucous mem branes, especially of the bowels, ire very liable to congestion, ausing summer complaint, and atarrh of the bowels and other internal organs. Pe-ru-na is an excellent remedy for all these conditions. .)eperds on the Dogs. Asa Guddard, 1,f Ihe American Auto mobile asscCa il'n,. was Ito'11t1ing in Worcester sCml of his tourin g adven tures. "One sumn1:'r morninU." hn sai,1. "the approa h I' a gr:a: :(hc!: P, sheep obliged me to pull , the narr;)w coun try road. I ia:l nmy ar. au.d watch ed with inlter e t p:tle e saige of the sheep, the intelliige:ut dogs and the shepherd. "I had a sh-,r talk with the shep herd about his :(1( and difficult trade. "'Look here,' I said, 'what do you do, driving sheep like this on a narrow road, when you meet another Ilock coming in the opposite direction?' "'Well,' said the shepherd, 'ye just drive straight on, both of ye, and the one that...

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. — 16 August 1907

i --- ----' == -----'m'L ----=  '_ ' __"L___m = = The Rice Belt Journal. l'ublished Every Fi'ridav by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE IDOLLAR A YEARi IN ADVAN'E. Eutered at the postofttice at Welsh. La., as secou t clash matter. FItUI)AY, A1'; °' 1i;, 190;. T'f l tt'xre v Lllb~at iIvi ali Qpy IY ou~i bii our office by Vle~rI.Mhlit II')'i .*..... .. m City Barber Shop1 , S. HEBERT, Prop. Hot ana Gol 9 4ES.A T." J. D. KII1BALL, Blacksmithing l, I) Horseshoeing. 0o All (Kind , f 1 "airinh a S'i l ialtý., Shou l ) ic·(attl .ln N , Irth ~.\ll, '(' Sýt' t. - m mmm mm m-mm -m -1m • ,lmmm .PHONE NO. 7. The Welsh isVer, Fod Rigs of All Kinds, W'ith or WX ithlout I)rivers. GIVE ME A CALL. SCHAS. DAUTEL. ÷ For First-class Work GO TO THE ICHiNESE LAUNDRYj 4 North of S I'. I)rept. - SAM YANG, Prop. S Nuceenor to.llnl Lee. WELSH . LOUISIANA. AN= ffýýýýfýiýýfff.ffff= See the Welsh Carriage & Implement Co. for pric es on Binder Twine. SICARD OF THANKS, S aving sold out our stock of Furniture ...

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. — 16 August 1907

:T. f. MANDELL IL. ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to A. I. P.arent. ion, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. .ChavanneI lhil(linif, KE CHARLES, LOUISIANA. southern l'ltr Tinte.. Card.. EAST B;'.Mý I. Sdue ............ . : a. n. lodue ............ .. :4 a. n. .8due ... . .. 12: a. m. I .4 due .. .......... .... ; p. m . WEST IHt NI 5 due.. ......... 2:4 p. inm . Sdue .... i. ip. m. ýT due... · ...... . }: t1 iL. In j7 due .... : a. m. :3.due .... ... . ...... :'4 a. m . Nos. i ai .  t ti':tins. one 34 for ftltth i 'tation. .. !. :. l'I'I .....\ .rent. presh car nriii.i r .IOuls ir) . Piilip Cover, ( t is I: lie nings or Tuesdaiy. irs. Wmin. i)ei k i :. ,1elh1nilis or Tuesday. rywith friend - ill li,,v:t. M iss Genie l)ek,: u: ,- -h, ppin, Lake Charles  :1l i v. AiL. AIrene:ux w\\ a Iiulsiness or to Crowley tI i a1:v. Abonnier ma, h a 1,usii;ss trip Lake Charles WVetdlneaV. . P.W. Daniels was lt,,Okita after ess in Jennings Tuesdlav. Mrs. Bushnell of the I ail tield, was vi...

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. — 16 August 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'Q. CO., Ltd., Puba WELSH, - - - - - - LA. The Fetish of Thoroughness. A perfect housekeelper may not be -a real hornemaker. 1her kitch,'rt and bedrooms may be spotlless anid her Sdinners fit for an epicure; but if she -never has an hour for reading, or leisure to play with iher chiild:ren or to talk with her huslarnd, she is a failure as wife and inoth'er. So)lmewhere bi' twee-n perf(ction anid slovw' 'lin ess '.there lies a golden nian. To reach it a housewife must learn to turn off work, and to distinguish b,,t'"een the kind of work which ntavy Ihe slighted and the kind which moust bi done with literal thoroughness. ''A:\n all-day washing makes a half-day ironing!" used to be the motto of a wise wo man, who preferred clothes free from grime and streak to carefully fluted frills and starching that would stand alone. There are houses where the fetish of thoroughness demands a daily sacrifice, just as there are other houses whtre the dragon of laziness...

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. — 16 August 1907

fENTS OFEVERYWHERE mI~f~m d pr. Brumby estimates the number of cases of ildengue at Brownsville to be at least 5(uý. The Railroad Commission has issued an order denying the application of the Farmers' I'tton for a special rate on cotton in ro'ind bales. George Wil!lhins. ,t negro from Min eral Wells. l' x.. was shot and fatally wounded at S:,i t rport by an officer, while trying t' ecaie arrest. The grading n the Wichita Falls and Southern ir :ilway is about com pleted to Archer ('ity, and some of the track has be( n aiil near W\ichita Falls. Mexico expi(:rt to the United States during the hiscal year ending June Jt0, 190I7, goodls amounting to $57,233,41l. as against $50,i93,177 dur ing the preceding fiscal year. Three womrin! were kiilled and two persons were injured when a subur ban trolley car siruck( an automobile at Jackson, Mich.. Friday night. The dead and injured all lived in Jackson. White and Woodall, of Hillsboro, have purchased from the stockholders of the Hubbard Cit...

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. — 16 August 1907

The Welch Block Being Cleaned Up. It is with the utmost satisfaction that we note the clean-up that is being made upon the Weleh block. Located as it is, in the center of our city, it has long been an eve-sore to citizens who have any civic pride about them, and it is a thin! for ,zeneral congrat ulations and lrejoi'ings that at last it is being put i, tP a more respei'ttadble conditioin. \c understand that the old builidins ari, to be removed from this hblock and the ground plowed and levelled off in a very re.plectable manner. The Journal wants to ,oie the sen tituent that ha, had lodgment in our mind for a long time, namely, that the city iof We'lsh should buy this block anid convert it into a city piark. A city park is eioning to be recog nized as a riecesity in nearly all conm munities ,,,w, antid there is nit better way for a city to inspire a conlidence in her real estate valuies than bv showing that she has suflicient conli dence in henr own worth to be willing to invest i)u...

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. — 23 August 1907

EALC 1E 1AIeiOt 0 rn L _,l. n 0LU'IE \ II. ` ELSH, CALCASIEU PARISIH, LOUISIANA, AUGUEST 3, 1907. NIB-1 RICE FARMER IS IN GOOD SHAPE. ( Tery Mei say lie lias More Ioney Than Ever iefore-Will Not Accept Advances Oiffered Him Because He ias Money in tihe Bank to Pay For What lie Needs-- i What Thresher Men .-ay. The farmers of the rice hit are in sr shape tinanica:', than they t ve ever been before. Their credit I better than ever before in the histo- t of tbe industry in Southwest Lou: Cana and Texas, they have more t ouey in the bank' ai,' the' are buy .more machinery and supplies for 4uhthan in any other prcvious year. This is the substance of : 'olposite ent by the manage:, of the three f threshin:' machinery houses -.business in the rico belt, with rters in this tit\. F'rank Fo the ButTal,-1'it TI'' 1tr - ('o., Adams. of the A. vn ice Thresh- 1 company and F'. M. .ic !iin, oif the Scott Thresher ('o(!,,any, inter.-' separately. made sll'sta.ntialliv same statement. "Farmers are ...

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. — 23 August 1907

FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-. OPERATIVE UNION I Of AMERICA ''his is a good d(lay to determine that you will be cheerful, come what may. It is the che'hrful mlan who lives long and hias many friends. Kle"p it always in mind that the Na tional and the Sta:,, L'nions are of very small i) n rtanc(e compared wiith the local I':iin. They are not to lie ignored for this reason, holt as your Interests are (' Etered in the locality in which you live, so yor interesf't ( stands in your local 1 nion, reach ing out in lesseneing waves to the State and Natitonal Union. I There is a lot of senseless fighting o of corporations going on all the time, it and some of or own niit are encour- Ii. aging indiscrrininnate lirbts against all tl corporations aind ' ;regations of capi- i tal. It is t L a~~g tiion of capital that i:; ablo to producm things eheaply mi and to Ill;irkl:t thing; extotitiou tslv. We ne.d large c(rl)porations. andt we ti mnutt have thetol: we will always have ih wealt.h' men, aand...

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. — 23 August 1907

ROAST OF VEAL w IT MAY BE DISPOSED OF ECONOMICALLY. te Fewer Prcblem rs Than the of Mutton-Chcps and Cut lets Make Exce!lent Second Day Dishes. the ca.able a .. , ) , y l of a roat serious roh i thin the eco .. disP)osition af leg of mut Even whetn tl ere are but two s to feed, ti mattil'r is not one should tax hei inl(enility to any t extent. All ,haT is required is ent in the s,.:, ,ticn of the re that are t) ai~\. the appearance varietY to her dally tmenul, and it is veal that is the founda upon which she has to build the ce of tasty m nti ai':active dishes by no means a niarri'w one. oe first point to) whwh she must e her attenltinl is lhe selection the veal itself. aindl this is a mat about which she cannoIt be too ul, as the inimature., or so-called ob" veal is freqi ntly the cause Smny internal disorlers. In spite the vigilance of the boards of Sa great deal of this unwhole. e meat es(capes l etdction and tsold as good veal by unscrupulous arketmen. As such meats may be ted...

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. — 23 August 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANC'E. Entered at the postofiice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FRIDAY, A 1(;I Si' .2;;, 1197. To insure publi(:atiott ll copy hiould bu i OUr office by W«lednsdtay no nll t * y A. HEBERT, Prop. , c Rot and Cold 01 !ý 6 J. D,. KliliBALL, Back'smithing *0 Horseshoeing. Il l PPONE NO. 7. and Sale Scabies Rigs of ,ill kinds. With or \ illholt )ri ers. IVE 1IM A CALL. CHA5. D)AUTEL. For First-class Work Go TO THE SCHINESE LAUNDRY S \North of S 1'. Depot. ' SAM YANG, Prop. S• Sl'esor to Jim Lee. SWELSH. LOUISIANA. AT*SFIED +***e** +TH.*. *C*P. SATISFIED WITH THE CHOP. R1ice Farmers  ic-erby 1i'III |iegtn I Ct. tiug Ablut Septelmber 1. IRice farmers coming into town re port that they will be ready to begin cutting in about two weeks. The weather lately has been ideal for rice farming and has done muluch toward bringing out the crop. The .plentiful rains preceedin. the warm spell ...

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. — 23 August 1907

T. MANDELL K11t ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to .i. . Parent. gation, Tramnroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. Chhavalullte IBuildingý;, LAKE CHARLIS, LOUISIANA. Southern Pdaille Time Card. Odue 1 . 0due .............. ... ' a. m . due .................. 14: a. m. ,4due ..... ..... .... :10 a. n. phone :14 fm ' irmation. J. 113 e ()~I . I . : 1 I ). A t. p, A\ Dil n X i1 1-t iay i So0. n id 4Un: kio . :1.' !. w Orleans Tue-. . , eII a. in . We have the fin(I line (If o('"MT, town. roe Felix Guildry f Hlayes. was a pness caller in our' city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. .I[s. Ellis AVetre ursday visitor- TI Lake ( 'harles. Geo. Lawson w si a t ( )riole pas r to the parish seat Tuesday. 'Jake Cline of Fenton. was trans business in lour city Tuesdv. resh cakes reccivled twice a . '" odel Grocerv. B SALE-One Tood mule, cheap en soon. Inquire of M. B. Van =is. H. M1. West of Jennings, was guest of friends in Welsh ~lon T. Neilsen of Washington, D. as registered. at. the Eureka Y. en-I will ...

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. — 23 August 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pubs WELSH, - - - - - - LA. The French Nobility. °What has become of the French no 'bility and wl.at are its pursuits, are questions Inuch discuss1d in the Par Isian press, apropos of Pail ltourget's "Emigre." l'ndor the republic, few of the aristocracy join the army or navy. They are generally muich rich er than before the revoltuion. Many have married into commercial farm. tiles, and many have themselves en. tered active businss. One marquis 6f distinguished lineage is a cham pagne agent at Epernay; another nobleman sells fish. 'There are titled manufacturers of cider, automobiles and pumps. One blue-blooded baron Is a distiller. If the aristocracy were only numerous enough, we might soon see all trades associated with the names of the peers of France; while the only gentlemen of leisure would be those who are now "corn mercants." A general strike, com ments the New York Post, headed by a duke, with a marquis bearing thli Mrd flag of 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. — 23 August 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. Blowouts Responsible for Well Failure Jenning, l.a.: \\hile the usual num. ber of drilh:,l: rigs are inl operation and se\er"! n,'w producers are ex pected to hi (w upI within a few days. there has bI- e !o i o increase in the pro duction (1f Ihe Jennings oil field dur ing they as( :ten days. The Jennings Heywood ()il 1 'licate and Caffery & Mlartel are sil! at work in an attempt to dev\'l , I n I il-piroducer out of their well, N. 7. hieh vnis bIrought in this i .tk i ;,eoire Little, and proved Its *n:y a salt water pro ducer. ('lo r,."sse1d air is being forced into the 11(11e , regular intervals, but ;o far th,,ir i Ilts have been in vain The outcon(.(( of this well is a great disapplointlitl ti) tithe ownlers, as the gas pressureil' ill lilt hole was sonie thing inuntinse, Iwo tremendous blow outs having 1(,i, ~' o()ncntered ill the course of drillinig operaticns. But it is now thou ht that the blowouts were the cause oi the hole turning out to be a saltw-at ...

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. — 23 August 1907

Boy Wanted. "Boy wanted'" of any age or breed to fill an important lj sition. Must have a clean face, (,lean habits and a clean heart. Need not know how to roll a cigarette or how beer tastes, and if he is nit up-to-dlate on all smutty jokes., )s iLnorance will he )\vertlooke.l 11f' must h(' a bou w1 i tr'"at, his ,'Ilitlii' a1(l si ter with I'ei I, it ,a l! ," . tnot refer t,) his father as th(' "ohI malnt." H1' icedl noit he eespeciaiv brilliant at schooil, but he nltimLtu s tudiOu and per~'v'rin.ig, rne."er' i'hea':ti,, in his IXatllljatiotlljs ior pas i t' l i hb i m ntil lt1 ha; imiuls t'edul it. lih' lurt be truthful, promlpt, ob< "(limnt at t ind(lus.tr'ou+. 1it m1 '. t makR his +..mploy) r"',, intter«,t hi,, and never he afraid that he is (iat'nit more than his waces. 114 is want(di to respon)() at c1 Ct' toi an I Inlllltu le'. Alercl(at., (tiut himn to Swe1i, tut the stiore lfti a 'l\ ytllears an;1 ultim tt lyt('l take thtarg (' it. New spaperll want him to <) nl....

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. — 30 August 1907

voLUSI. Vil1. .\ELSH, CAL(CASIEU 1PARISH, LOUISIANA, AU(dcrs 'ý , 1907u. r. ------L-___ -----------_ -____ IS IT A QUESTION OF N O'T IT'S THE QUESTION OF FULL WEIGHTS, FULL MEASURE AND HONEST TREATMENT Which Agitates the Mind of the Buying Public. WE HAVE COQME TO STAY 8 We have been here quite a while and our name on a Bundle of Goods is a Guarantee that its contents are h u. v We have just returned from visiting the Eastern and Western Markets and have made the Finest and Best Selections of Goods in Every Line, suitable for the most fastidious. Our Store is crowded with Choicest and Newest Styles and Designs. At present we are too busy marking and arranging the new goods to give you a fuller description and prices, but 8 BEAR IN MIND That we want you to come and inspect everything for yourself. We are glad to answer questions and show you how we have done it all. "Polite and courteous treatment to everyone" is our motto; so don't be bashful==just come. TRUL Y YOURS, MAIRTIN BROS...

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. — 30 August 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNALI WVELSII P'r'G. Crc. Lid, hi WýILLSII, - - -- LA. EVENITS OF EVEaYi'HERE j 1 i 1r I (, . 1( 1 I a i ( I 'I·· A. 1;r~il-.r on ?h r .(( I S()rl txl(Id4r -d . , !In nion. jack, (,1 1 (i" ! 1, 2a~l l1 I I ill- plt-il I ii '(2 W .;! A -Ii-Jiht of What is II i I'l., u as n tr11 (:, r. \ a 4. u" tit's elffui-i to p~~mt I a !1. "1 r:ý ilii : . )l0 (iItlr l 1 1(' Il land alnu-Ji n Ca1 - ( 0 U? I naaur v'Ot!-nin, 1:81c 21t i ii j ii tie (0211pany that to 5 fin ance the (ourscna-'j tn ntniasy pany is now prac ticahll ready to j sulimit ia Iilloposi Iion to ('Orsic-ana. All's. (', tin rine' MIaiac, wife of Jo* selhi .Mhi/1c-, livi~ng n-;ar El linger, i hangici Ilirself in a bar11. She was about foily-nine y ears olid. She leaves a husband and four children. t Four negroes werc killed and three others seriously injured at Kingsley, Miss., when a Yazoo and Mississippi Valley freight train jumped the track and side-swipled a construction train. Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia ...

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. — 30 August 1907

,L WORLD FEUDS HERE IN AMERICA YORK'S CARNIVAL OF BLOOD the thunchakist, the Tong, the Mafia, the Black Hand, the Vendetta, the Athenian Blood Pact, and Other Complications, Have Been Imported Into the; Metropolis to Ereed Violence. T1,,. atl(Il not of very lon n ie ' a '. 1.` n n I tr 1i EImj bule al 'i'i' in 1 -l ~t~ lii at htlk 'bile t O ";, i l. mn thee l ti ga t ; thae I 1 city. ;iih - in. it~t gans that1ýý` it li I. iang had and 6j ~ l~l. Ills Sik~n nd S grudge ai~~'~ ~ iiads 0 t11:11 i0* that the 0 had ht(1i h I, 1( ii' itve himt ' aid bad plan!41 jii anil donn it ma e gcordill, I (.. But wi'"llif i mt 1W cas an f nntmuk i -.i' . oii: ci cit sinithe ter and farntn; ; u · ha crfa it into "I;l~G tit A an U!, ___ ini. lr .11 GI Z) ~n Ii -,> c~ ~c ii /Y7)M 7z New York's crimn records. Old World .I feuds and ve:ltett:as have been trans planted here, and. seemingly, the soil '. of the new cou;itry ,has proved alnaz ingly fertile to tihr growth. Every few days or weeks brings an ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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