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THE McCALL CO..
"Into The Jaws of Hell." EL
I am lying in bed, nine-tenths
dead. The other tenths is dying
Who am I? A journalistic hero. to
A reporter. A modern martyr. lii
They used to send martyrs into m
the arena. They sent me into the tr
White House. M
Of course I took precautions. w
There were pneumatic pillows be- st
neath my clothes. Three separate bi
chain armors, belonging to the m
dramatic critic, made me practi- ol
cally iron-clad. But I knew they b:
would prove of no avail in the w
long run. I gave the managing di
editor a list of all my creditors. to
When I reached my destination, ol
I found the entire body of impe- A
rial flunkeys massed outside, in ii
the grounds. A fearful din was 'I
proceeding from the mansion. It Il
sounded, for all the world, like a ii
piece of real modern music per- tl
formed by five hundred cannons, t
one thousand hammers and an- i
vile, unnumbered brass drums, f
Iand a trombone.
"What's the matter?" I enquir- E
ed of a shaking servitor.
"Somebody said Miles to the '
Masfer this morning," he whispe- I
red as he slunk farther away from I
the Rooseveltian residence.
As I began-'twas duty-to as
cend the stairs, a United States a
Senator and three Congressmen
struck me full in the chest; bu
ried, as they were, catapultwise,
from the Regions of the Warlord's
I came into the Hall of Death.
The walls were draped in Khaki.
There were twenty-five thousand
copies of "Me in Cuba" on shelves
- along the walls. The floor was
6 strewn with corpses. Most of
them were uniformed-officers of
the regular army. Some of them
wore the livery of the imperial
navy. Root and Long stood by
the side of the Roo.evelt, their
jarms, bare to the elbows, dyed
crimson. Their huge battle axes
reeked with blood. As I looked
more closely, I perceived, among
the heap of the slain, the body of
P a woman. She was, in life, Mrs.
,lid Rebecca Taylor. Through the
glass door, leading to the next
room, I could see a gorgeously set
table, at the head of which sat
Booker T. Washington awaiting
the dinner hour.
Imperial Roosevelt was resting,
after the fray. He pressed a but
ton concealed somewhere about
his clothes, and simultaneously
the strains of "Here the Conquer
ing Hero" and "Hail, Our Lord
and Master," burst forth. The
latter is the new national anthem
Sof the Empire.
Suddenly, Terrible Teddy's eyes
fell upon me. His teeth shot out
like a folding cowcatcher. He
leapad forty feet till be landed on
a throne built tot Filipino shulls
"Who are yoou?" he howled.
I resolved to die nobly.
"I belong to the press," said I.
SHis armed attendants quaovered
audibly at the word. He, him
self, stopped the music, in an in
"Seize him!" he roared. "Death
to the daring hound! The press,
you hear him, Long! But hold
what is your humble craving?"
"I have come," said I with the
air of a Muaius casevola, "to ask
what you intend to do with- "
Here I confess I faltered a little.
"Be done!" he thundered.
"The American "Constitution"
THEY found me outside the
grounds. I do not know how I
* came there. Nor do I know the
nature of the new explosive. The
doctor has sent for the coroner.
( I shall not live to see imperialism
Sin its fullest glory.
THE Di, 'Us--in Harlequin.
Educate To Live By Work, at
Not By Wits. oee
We need to get our people back
to the idea that they most earn a T
living, not secured by doubtful sha
methods and modern tricks of In
trade, says C. E. Vawter, of the a
Miller Manual School. Happy eat
will be our beloved South when side
such schools of industry shall be det
built up for all; when our young
men learn that the highest type 1
of manhood is shown in him who as
by honest industry supply the
wants of himself and those depen- tr
dent on him. It is a most lamen- an,
table fact that many, very many, tr
of our y ng men, after leaving shi
school, have no way of making a th
living unless they go to teaching. S
The result is that we have a very in,
t large class of young men wait.
ing for something to turn up, who
think they are educated, who are tic
too proud to work and who are too DI
- poor to live without work. The sti
, few who succeed in getting an of- y
Lice or winning a place that pays a,
make the exception. The many DI
who must earn a livelihood by the be
e sweat of the brow make the rule. 84
Let us, then, educate the masses
n so that they can the better gain
their living. Let this be the rule; t
, the exception will take care of it- gi
Sself With trained, educated, pl
n thinking, reading workmen, we
will have a rich, prosperous coun
,ry, dotted all over with lovely,
' happy homes, with no place for p
the bar-room and the .gambling a
b. ell. Such a movement would in- ,
deed be the greatest temperance a
d work this country has ever known.
iMrs. Mollie Allen, of South Forth, Ky. b
of says she haue prevented attacks of chole
ra eorbau by taking Chamberlain's Sto
ofmach and Liver Tablets when she felt
m ln attack coming on. Such attacks are
al usually caused by indigestion and the e
Tablets are just what is needed toclesase
r the stomach, and ward off the apprach
ing attach. Attacks of bilious colic may
be prevented in the same way. For sale
es by T. J. Labbe.
og CHARTER OF THE
B. "Bayou Boullion Real Estate
t and Improvement Co., Ltd."
1t UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. I
ng State of Louislana, Parish of St. Martin. I
Be it known that on this 26th day of
i July A. D.. 1902. before me F. E. 1kla
housesye. Notary Public. duly commis
itt Aloned and qualified. in and for the Pa
ly rish of St. Martin. State of Louisiana,
.r- acnd in the presence of the witnesses
rd hereinafter named and undersigned.
Persnoally came and appeared Mesrs.
he Robert Martin, Scott Kelso. Sam 8hel
m burne. Dr. J. S. Martin, A. 6. Goulas,
Jas. J. J. Martin, W. H. Cosine. and George
pes Knight and E. A. Davis all residents of
,ut. St. Martin Parish. Louisiana. who seve
rally declared alnd Raid that availing
themselves of the provisionts of acset 56 of
on the General Asenmbly of the State of
lls Louisiana of 1888. they have agreed amid
covenan ed between themselves aid
such persons as may hereafter join them
to form a limited company or corpora
tion for the purposes hereinafter men
red ARTICLE I.
I- The name of this corporation ahall be
in the "BAYOU BOULLION RBAL ESTATE
AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY LIMI
th TED". It shall exist for the term and
periodl of Ninety Nine years from date
, hereof; Its domieile shall hbe in St.
Martin Partish, La., nutil changed by
the Beard o Direetors. I said Board
the deem it prmoper and eoayeaient for the
sk prp of thiM e aporatlos. It sMal
have pewer to saquire, mortgage, mlease,
pledge, opeate sad developo real and
le. peroa prpery, to aequre rights,
stksb beads and ereditt, and to have
Re" all legal corporate powers, whether meno
tioael in thisearter or not. Citation
shall he served on the President and
he when ahsent on the Vice-Preident.
I ARTICLE I.
the The objects for which this corporatlon
'he is orgnlsed are declared to be to boy,
er. to lease. to mortgage to pledge, to ope
sm rate, and to develope real and personal
property, to asquire bonds, stocks and
n. rights, to operate srawmills, rail roads,
water nIavigation. steam or otherwise.
to carry onu a general merchandise busi
noess, to borrow money, and to boy and
sell property of all kinds.
The capital stock of this corporation
shall be Five Thousand Dollars, divided
in Five Thousand shares of One Dollar t ir
each, which can be paid for In cash 4.
or in real or personal property, certifi- hh
cate of stocks or any other valuable con- -
sideration as the Board of directors may
The company may commence business
as soon as the capital stock is subscri
bed in money or otherwise.
No sale of stock shall be valid unless
transfered on the books of the company.
and no sale of stock shall be valid or be
transfered on the books before the same
shall have been first offered for sale to
the other stockbolders of said corpora
tion, who shall have the refusal thereof.
Said offer to be made at a regular meet
ing of the Board of Directors.
All corporate powers of this corpora
Stlon shall be vested in a Board of Seven
Directors, a majority of whom shall con
stitute a quorum for all purposes. The
Directors shall be elected every five
years, the first election to be held on
June 26,1902. until then the Board of
V Directors stall be as follows, to-wit: Ro
e bert Martin, President, Sat Shelburne,
S 8cott Kelse, Vice-Presidents, A. G. Gou
* las, E. A. Davis. Dr. J. 8. Martin, Jas. J.
Martin. Geo. Knight.
n The election of said Board shall be by
, ballot; nothe of which election shall be
- given by 30 days publication in a news
, paper published at the domitile of said
The Board of Directors shall make and
'F adopt all necessary by laws for the pro
per management of the affairs of the
1g corporation; it shall appoint all officers -
1- and employees and fix their salaries,
e and shall fill all vacancies oeeuriag e
n. fore election. This charter may be
amended or the corporation dissolved by
a vote of (h) three fourth of the stock
holders at a general meeting called for
that purpose after thirty (30) days per
O- sonal and published notice. Upon its
dissolution its affairs shall be liquidated
re by three commissioners to be appointed
by the stockbelders, who shall at the
same time fix their compeasatloos. The
capital stock of this corporation may be
ay increased to any amount on a vote of
"e four fifth (4-5) of the stockholders.
No stockholder shall ever be liable in
any further sum than the unpaid ba
lance of his stock, nor shall any tnfor
mAlity in the organqiation of the com
,+ pany or its charter render it void.
Thus done and passed at St. Martin
ville, Louisiana, on the date written at
the caption thereof, in presence of Fe
lix Voorhies and Dan. W. Voorhles com
petent witnesses who have signed these
In. presents with the parties and me, Nota
ry, after due reading hereof:
of ROBERT MARTIN . 1427 shares
I SAM 8.ELBURN 714 "
is- SOTT KaLso 714,
SA. G. GOULAL 476 "
a, W. H. CoSeNE 18 "
J. 8. MARTIN 476
Guo. KNIGHT 1
Wre JA. J. MARTIN, 88 "
el- K A. DAVIs 714 "
F. E. DELAnounaSAs,
of DAN W. VOOHI~s.
ad Stattof Louisiana, Parish of St. Martin,
umd After a careaful examination of the
em foregoing at of nlocorporation of the
ra- "Bayou Boulioa Beal Estate and Im
- prayement Company Limited", finding
same drawn up nla conformity with laws
of the 8tate of Louisiana. I do hereby
be approve and eartify the same to be legal
TI aod as meh asathorised to carry on the
l..I bsianem for which it is organised.
d In faith whereof I have signed these
ae presents at . Martinville, Louisiana,
Sthi 4th day of Aug. 1902.
by Signed: ANTaoNY N. MULLER,
a Distriet Attorney 19th Judielal District.
all 8tate of Louisaluan, Parish of St. Martin.
I, G,. 8. BEastin. Dy. Clerk of Court
* and ex-ofieio Becorder of the 19th Judi -
Its, elal District Court, in and for the Parish
v of St. Martin, Louisiana, do hereby cer
n tilty that the foregoing set of charter of
lon the "Bayou Bouillon Real Estate anad
and lmaprovement Qompany Limited", has
been filed in my oMee and recorded in
Coonveysance Book No.-, Vol.-- noder
ion No.- of the records of my ofeie.
, I faith whereof I hereunto set my hbad
pe- and seal of office at St. Martnville, La.,
ol tbhis 5th day of Aug. A. D., 1902.
and (Go. S. EARTIx,
ds, ly. Clerk of Court of 19th Jud. Dist.
The Hart Well Co.,
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ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.
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