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The Rice Belt Journal.
Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE )DOLLAII A YEAR IN ADVANE'E. Entered at the posttflcee at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 190;. To insure publication all copy shouil ,e iL our office by oednuesday noon. D. U. 1IEAD, EDITOR. 9 ! j City Barber Shop, SA. HEBERT, Prop. - 1iot and 6old o el ~O)B~~~0 a 6 J. D. KIIlBALL, Blacksmithing Horseshoeing. t I'1UM E NO. 7. ri g 9 1 1yy 11li1 1 !!h 1 eE, I Ir· e i of .II khind s itil or Wlithout (GIVE ME A CALL, CJHAS, AUTEL.j RHEUMATISMI KlM" Y Th9UBLE "S-DRCPS ' taken iutcrna ly, ri~s the blood of the pol~,nus manatter and acids whial. are tht di:. t causes of these diseases. Applied ~xt.rnAlly it, alaors almost in st nt relief from paiD, while a permanent oure is being effccted by purifying the blood, dlssolving the poisonocus sub stnuco And removing it from the system. DR. S. D. gLAND Of Brewton, (a., writes: "I had been a sfl'erer for a number of yeU. wllh Luwhago and liJumnatinm In my arnn and laegand trid all the remdlee that I could gather from inodloal woar':, and also consulted withanumber of the beet pbh ;Ician, but found nothing het gave the rhtot taelned from "L)DROPS." I 1 al proir:B' it In 'trv nmitee for tewuawt eua ead mre: :d. .tý. I ;'nu s.i a af t*nl, tt:Lh Rheumatl'im, Neuralgia. Kidney Trouole or any kin dred dimase. write to us for a trial bottle of i'-DROPS." and teat it yourself. "5-D-IOPS" can be used any length of time without acqulrin' a "drug. habit." as it is eutirlyr free of opium, cocaine, alcohol, laudanum. and other almilar Ingredients. Large bae Battle, 15.UROP8"(800 Do.m) 61.0e. For sle iby Druasite. SWAUSOI IBiEDMATIS IsRE COMPA Y, Dol . S^. 100 bea 3-set, (hieae. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE A TRADe MnasR COPYRIGHTS &C. An~oare mtng a sketb and dumptlon may quickly ascertIn onr optnion rIm wetbhr an invention is probablFy o c nt tb · Comnmutnts se tr ole, dOat nmoy for sernlg mtoeta. Patents taken tr ou n Co. Vr.cel edu eotse, without ebarge. in the Sticeiff limearican. A bhandomely illustrateo weekly. Larest oe culation of any seienUtlo 0orna. Terms, a ear: four months. SL 8o010 byll newedealer. iUNN& Co.'snema New Ywr rah O . O P Bt.. Wauhlltnn. D. . HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Bsy Medicin for Busy h.ople. Sing Si Hilt and Ruewed Vigor. A speiofi for Coansipation. Indigestion. Liver and Kidaey troubles. Pimples. Eczema. Impure Blood, Bad Breath, Slugish Bowels, Headache and Backache. Its Roky Mountain Tea in tab let form. 3 oents a box. Genuine made by PoLLLSTR D)to C')MrNy. ;-adi'on, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE 1. The Ghurches. s First Baptist Church. II. M. ('RAIN. Pastor. E. Diyine worship every Sunday at 11 a a. mi. and .............7:30 p. inm. Sun.lay School ............ 10:00 a. m. v S. WV. DAY, Supt. P'rayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30p. 1i. 1 - Ladies' Auxiliarv second and fourth u in Thursday's of each' month. llits. J. W. TANNER, Pres. a Methodlist Episcopal ('Churrch. tl J. .\. t'.\r -l ' T ,, Pastor. S Preaching, e verv" Su;nday at 10:45 a. in. an ....................... 7:;:30 p m. SSunday Stl'ol,]......... ...9;45 a. tn. I. l'. C. WILLAur, Spt. bi Junior L_,ague ............... p. in. Y. EI;pworth League............Ii::;3 " " Class Meeting first Sunday of ( each month at..........11:30 a. i . i I'raver Meeting every Thuri tday se at .................. .... 7::; . . t. Chtoir bheear-al evterv Friany ri at .......................h:;;i) .. Congregationail hur('h. I ti of 1'\.1t" , TE'DS, Pa lt<r ,sli J 'rea' hing t ever' se.to;tl aw l f ,.rth S, m latys 11:00 a. n!. a 0l 7::;' )p . t. t u .lnday School ever" Stinyt at al ... ...... .. .... . .. l: ' it. . 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The I)ra\et, m tiuL_. ,. r'" u ,' of F e. n nith, at t ie 'Ollu' i nt 'tiil aSi li\rc l, t' wSi4 ( 1on of tt'he h)t--i It1 1, 1 ii:tri of , - l tin th e 'i onll'tit l It I l i" ft"i t!ii 'k th E ltI tl,4.i 1 it : e u. d a o.ly i a ,, ,if l i T1. ;t un S4rer :nit last S er, il a n ti ted f' foirst tiesinc hte ufferoed tNh iteic- io -'e.i't l .ll , .. ll ( I\. very h leas'nt ; orit i ,nn seit !' nd a Il C wshe iu i e rti h, -ii) t oe r ,' teri-it e t A l the Barpts clhurch last S unda t .\b,-Missldia Goodre)1co dutd, a;n; Pastie Ctom terIies to callerintelad ention of the l etbers iand fajen dsof Ch tis the atr, (when ;' (tifering goes l d mIo n illeaui th laie thnay ou thesi-n fi'r i e'( shilne he, uf re h ach i - ( l tis. ( E()tiri i:ldia Goodreau, ct ute nthe e tih ou the elp somered Noe' a oi C A very pleasant social oceast'icnwa the raptist church the fti ihathe t ianted B artcr whe e lust friang eoes per o bMiss ehia Goodrea.l Wlduote a . moes Enaere stidrur i n tlier ta lmisi. an oTe Phil thel and Baraae. cs se A,I veon epleaea Union occaseicnwe.s a Pereceltor n i eteere to the dhiat he a t hnto of ilsned s lMs. P.idH. Goend- ha ina by Miss Eldia Goodreau. Ws- th im TEdhe ening'ths eintertaint enti sif dimlhlate an d trs.e Caerani e oafh Shouted hoshelad and the Bara' s. arive re yewhet uen tseraed it - the 'a hanted oarlor han Mesrs t Frid . e G . sties, by wiss Eldia Goodreaue d o s- a sstes. . rle PieaMihes, all dedtas be ighos l next appearedi therhe haund dei parlo lrhed tad the eraine of ua sh ho ast hnuer and an the Baracus a w derld they·hw ene sered in.ato the ' reaus drw nMberes fl rhs ghost for at stedea bywee oialsed Anlbrta fewtiso i uns. The e heevening's e asl sent nas ue o Rghostees nats ere, ie rhe byures nca doolre, l archid ha h the gpesratn of a harted for uter ed ankng e Baractse hstores wre indus edia for a eost pln- o ate eveniag. mhast klessed ch Rersmnswresre yMs STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN. STRUCTION, J. B. ASWELL, CHOSEN CHANCELLOR OF MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY, SATURDAY. Prof. J. E. Keeney, Formerly of ('al t 11 casie Parish May Succeed HIlm. m. The New Orleans States says: Ad In. vices from Baton Iouuge iindicate that State Superintendent of Education J. ilnB. .\swell, who was elected ('hancellotr rth of the University of Mississippi on Saturday, will not resign his Louisi ana position until the end of tihe pres en t school termll and the completion of the summellrtL' schoo()l work. 1ie will therefore not likely go to .Oxford until Septenl bher. in. The apl)dintmen~t to till the vacancy ni. caused by the resig lation of Supt .\s In. well will be made h" the goVerntor, but as there will be less than a half in. year of the termn to be seevetd it is doubtful if the place will be muc'h sought after, and for that reas)on the im. ilications would seem to point to the selection of P'rof. .1. E. kteneV, insti in. tote di'r'ctor, who is .ir. .\~well's riglhtlhand mnlll. ,Mr. JEe(n'tty has hel'I ltashistant to the sutllerintt lenlt for ai Illbll et' (t .ears, is lan aLc' p!lIpt h'.II ptlactical educatior, anild woI ldl be aibl i ) arl'V the work forward to the end of 'Mr. A.weill', t'.111 aithout tile p slightest diillculty. th ile name of 'resideit II. ,' I ild I. well, of the State Norl'lmil Illhool, hats ai ltilVy hee tuenlotioll'l fior the place, ,. that of P'rof. I)illard, of Tulane, of a, t\h il th' . ý .l'l lbinks y i, - that friend, ( I'f 'rof. Ilrrris, who i ' ,, .tl:' o ' ilned frl'oi th) ltli tlta() ' li, s .l' I ll d I 1s ll i w i l I ll t n iiFll t ' ll- y tb illi llt i,'ti rs of th , lt t -, 'ill t iri',elt his t on .' lil'.v er li, al I'.I'll'y I4l 1i1 Ic'lil l)elil; it', i t1 .( \ '] I t l flI' i the ,tl)t rintenldtl'llt mid the f lc t that ll,' ltl' . su lF it hi, l nt llt, ill i t l'iit .i ll' 1 ' t' i l iltill' , liltl t"s the fl il t' tl e-' It f liti' It a','. ill tll' s tate. f lto'.'ani ' l the optl' , rt11 l itV a t Ill1 tt I'tFilit ;I Q11, I. IVh l lli \ m ' I Ii': t uI'l-l lr'i in I ,tht, di- tiF I',ton't , b tl it ha , ,i , i' the. l ; t'. (' l I':,t, . .\ , ",1, a., l't' W I 1,t. it"I ' ti ll' I 'l i ',1 ! ) e ht ,1ined ir l,th t1e, !,,t for 1ts, it 11 I I\',t I t'llr ie i it I l ,l.t o w as (; aeit 'r) i i',);el i f ,,'l' i'(ft I -t \li. t ii-l rle .\lis In. efr t l t ' t liat tNl' 'il e Le t li t till o 111' (a se L )' tit vn a nn, ullli u (l t' I ntll I,,l l. l 'it iui, ll tl ie l il' e id, 'ai a -lli -lt. , I ,I tss .\li', ,il'-N F 'i l),tll pll li tI," .ii.. a iew odl books 1111 of te ini St iFl ('at (11(f a geninson, a ll, fle II-'i'j i WIon, tlIl of Ieiutl loe ald, and alslhtI titlu Ili D ·a in t let ll a e Iiuntli red itnoed it iat et ai, te' eitick. ht. lit o)f l( li t fln t- !;Ir Siuort(e. a devotion tl tie right, .\i- t iill uneet swerve, Na i'Cle relihi'v. tt iin i e rr , of alltr., il bio tl, a l f tiltl o iust atid t t hople andf l love-a nd to tsuch a philos-e olh-l this worldl will ie u l all lt)hie i in'l n. and -eiUNITED STATES Ot AShEI:(.'\ ate, STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF Wdl1 CALCASIEU'. IfiCharter of thle Bell City Mercantile of t 5 Company, Limited. s Ue it known, that on this 16th day ( 'r e of January, in the year of our Lord icor i. one thousand, nine hundred and sev- (r11 yen, (1t07) before mle, the undlersigned riep Notary Public, in and for the said sha parish and state, duly coutmaissioned diel · and qualiled, and in the presence of stol the competent whitnesses hereinafter time 8 named and undersigned, on this day bei I- personally came and appeared Paul mer W. Daniels, Placide Derouen, Isatac rect Derouen, and Stephen E, Stine, who rati I. declared unto me in the presence of pail the said witnesses, that avatiling them- othe selves of the provisioas of the laws of ices Louisianau in general uroviding for saie e the formation of corporations, theyi vide .have formed and orgdnized, and by unt i these presents do form and organize hav and constitute themselves and such tien Sothers as may hereafter become asso- T I dated withd them, into a corporation con s for the objects and purposes, and un- twel der the ternms anLld conditions and stipe gre ulations hereinafter set forth. Dol Loisiana i nerlrvifor. ARTICLE I. T e The name and title of this corpora- be t tion shall be "Bell City Mercentile them Company, Limited," and its domicile b si and principal place of business shall the s bhe at Bell City, in the parish of Cal- any d casieu, and state of Louisiana. be I a Under its said corporate name it A shall have power to contiract, sue and tral h be sued, to make and use a corporate pro - seal, and the o ame to break or alter of r at pleasure; to hold, receive, pur- triai 'e chase, improve, convey, sell, borrow, nf. .pledge, mortgage and hypothecate sha n under its said corporate name, prop- cha Serty, real, personal and mixed; to thet . name and appoint such oftRicers, di- sail 3- rectors, agents, managers and em- cha le plovees as the interest or convenience T U- of said corporation may require; to the ' make and establish by-laws, rules and wht atl a tti m a, hitd tii 1et1r;t ii ieý, tt. uitlll pml'illtet. tatl thie' s ttl . to cliahtlnk. it;0 altes ,it l '1a;,Ult'. an]d .ti'rtaliv tiilttd i tby llaw, or tall ir tina, a tt thi e ,if11et(s ti l fltaiirto,, OIf satiiid 'loet' tl'tttit tl'h. Said r-I'oratiill, unle-; Sooner utle, hitreotf. AI t'rI'LE II. T'Ie 'resident, or in his ai. cucn thei Vice PIresident, shall Ibe the pr lp Iperson or plersons uponlli) whom citation oI outher legal process shill he served. AIltTit'LE Ill The objects and piurpl'oses for which this Lcorporation is )organizied and the nature of the business to he carried on by it are declared to he to own, olperate, and conduct a general retail nimecantile business, and as such to buv, sell and otherwise deal in gen eral merchandise of all kinds, incltd ing hardware, groceries, dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, farming imple ments, hay, corn, cotton, rice feed, and all feed stuffs, to own and oper ate a warehouse, and to do a general warehouse business, and generally to do any and all things necessary and proper for the successful carrying on of said business. ARTICLE IV. The authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars, divided into and repr- ented by one hundred (100O shares of the par value of one hun dred ($100) dollars per share, which stock shall be paid for in cash at the time of subscription, or the same may be issued at not less than par, in pay ment for property or rights actually received or purchased by said corpo ration, or the the same be issued full paid for money advanced, or for such other valuable consideration or serv ices, as the Board of Directors of said corporation may determine, pro vided that no stock shall be issued until the consideration therefor shall have been received by said corpora tien. This corporation is authorized to commence business as such as soon as twenty shares of its capital stock, ag gregating Two Thousand ($2,000.00) Dollars has been subscribed and paid for. The stock of said corporation may be transferred, provided such transfer thereof be made upon the books of said corporation, and on surrender of the certificate thereof. No transfer of any fractional part of a share shall be made. Any stockholder may sell, assign or transfer his stock in said corporation, provided ten days prior written notice of such intention to sell, assign or transfer the same be riven the comps. ny. and the other stockholders thereof shall have the first privilege of pur chasing the same at the market price therof; after said ten days notice, the said stock may be sold to any pur chaser in open market. The Board of Directors shall have the right to determine how much and when the capital stock of this corpo Truner.t the Ill tif iele ttci a ad T1l' ..tliur,' hilt Ii ih, ,' l h nt'le mant the ratllt perlta' i It lt( al' t timE t ratl ll+ ,dall !,;t iti llc s oitat ' t t'rlli . wit: l e;a rt, Ji tI . l'rte idtti t: esidelp en !'. Stit,.. V' i'e l .es rItti : l'1acIntle N>o i t ,e i)n ihtll Ie eligible t I an n'th i.s nilt a st,' kh bii e ,l the'e tf. )111urin the atelule t el f e I. P 'resident. the Vice Piretidlent lshali act and pre side in all matters in his place and stead. 'The said Hoard of ID)iretors. shall Board of Directors shall be elected, unless the same shall he a Holiday, when the election shall be held ot the next legal day thereafter. Notice of such election rhall be gis en by at least tn do;f s conti t nuous publication inmmeuiatrly t re nl hiclh each electioni, in tie , ,f 9n. w,,kl v newspapers published in the parish ,of Calcasieu, and State of Louisiana. Any failure from any cause what ever to elect a Board of Directors on the date named for said purpose shall not dissolve the corporation, but the directors then in office, as well as the oflicers of said corporation shall hold over until their successors are chosen. At every election and meeting of the stockholders, each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock registered in his name, and may vote by written proxy. The election of directors shall be by ballot, and the majority in amount of votes cast, each share of stock voted upon to he counted as one vote, shall elect the person or persons for whom they shall have been cast. Immediately after the election of each Board of Direc.tors the newly elected directors shall meet and or ganize, and shall elect from their eumber the officers of said company. ARTICLE VI. The Board of Directors shall have power to fill all vacancies in their number caused by death, resignation or otherwise, from amonu the stock holders of the corporation. The said Board shall have full con trol of all of the property of this com pany, and shall conduct, manage and use the same as in their discretion they deemR it not inconsistent with the objects for which this corporation is organized, or which is the welfare of the same. The said Board shall have full pow. er to frame and adopt such -by-laws, rules and regulations as the affairs and business of the corporation may require, provided the same shall not conflict with this charter, or of the laws of this State, or of the United States. Said Board shall elect or appoint a Secretary, and such other offceers. A titrks asitmay t,b , i,, , .:; . , roper man Sa, , ,,., . . . f the corpo ' r: "It :. cot, penosatioa, tt, Itn 1o sh:ill have tig t t . . t said Board's l ia",n;r,, ;,,i '. -i id Board shal hayv ttl i t, , , ;,d determinetl , alh ' II , , t ., ',, '! otitcers heri I ,l 1i' .lV f " ,,w, ,.,-,, ttion or teram, hattit ,. . ,t tration either bl hu- tiritati tr. or from soy i- etherl ; !i . 'h ,i.,idaition of its - - fair ., ha , ,! !, :, i by two coe, !e i,.ioi r -. - .,.,'tc d from the stocs-' r, holders at a rerular acnual meeting n- or at a sp.'riaidy tailed meeting ft said Iturl,~te. according to law. Th in election (of said ,ctominissionerT to I tl by a thre''-f,urtlhs vote of the tode f. holders tpresent and oarticipatigt is t. said imeeting,. de Said ciirii.nisNio:t-rs shall remaion id office un i the a "air r of saidcorpos tion shall have been fully liquidsll, 11 and in the case of the death of ost A more of said umnunissioners, the I h vivor or survivors shall ContinDu a act and complete the liquidation Of ll 1, affairs. '", .11\ TIt'LE ,III. e No stockholhtr of this corporasim shall ever he held liable or respaU bie for the contracts or faults in any further sum than the u blalance tile the companl y on Sshalre' of stock subscribed for a owned by him, our shall arny rmality in oraIini/ation have the eld of rendering this charter null, or 4 1 exposiag a stockholder to s y1x8 1 itv, beyond the uupaid balmsbo, any, of his stock. ''This done and passed at Ii d Charles, Louisiana. in the praIs's 1' Leland H. o11ss and U. A. Bell,dI lI petent witnesses, who herein do as such, togetber with said d and me, Notary, on the dayd first herein above written aflr reading. Steohen E. Stla, Paul W. DIhiS 1d Isaac DeoOeis II Placide DeroIa Witnesses: )Leland H. Molss, U. A. Bell. rWi. II. Wilox, Notary Public, CI ir casieu Parish, mouisiaas. . (Seal) Recorded in my Notarlal r te Book, pp. 143. et seq., Lake e La., .Januarv Iito, 1907. S Win. H. Wilcox, Notary publi o ( seal) State of Louisiana, * Parish of (Caicsietu. 1- Office of Clerk & Ex.Oil4 d er: in I hereby certify that the she 1e foregoing is a true and cornS is of a cerain Charter, tiled for Af in this office o, Jan. 16th, ... duly reco'Ve, IBook I) v gages, on , on the17tb January, \ . 1j';. 8 In testin| whereof, .g Y official sirI gat,' and osel .t A Charles. La : i 1s day of vs ary, A. D. 1 Crawfo U 1)y. Clerk .: Ultz· iio I, K, We've Got'en! Nicest you ever saw. They're Buggies All Kinds and Priees. Come and See'em We Need the 1Moisa and W e'll Sell'ern. YOURS TRULY, [ i1lII tI iP[Elii I ii. Welsh, = = Louisiana. f03"00w00"00"00N00"0Ow6 OM03^'`c