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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1900

i ' n it Y- O 7 Ss ; ; "i ! i: ( CQ18y r~d(~T/ liec i4t tOe 1ILflvrXoAO~;i 24'Ai.il .LA ~i :j .YewL~jl~iper, ~,l~l~'o tr ~l!pl (! lrr~,·a Li:Q;;!·!~ M ss :,nvRa t'i.k ', has -nfe to ILake ('haries t at s inet the duties of bolk k,;eper fot the Lake C(haries (arriaze anrid li:u:-lemient Co. Albert l)uiiey hIas acceptedl the p-isitin of porter in the dcelit at this place. M;a-s Eva I lebert spent last week among relatives in the Pi neyv,, Woos. liR. E. .. \Wels filled a aappoint oniit at the M. E. church Sunday night. Itob ('raig spent Sunday in Jennings. 'Paul sluane was over foini Lake Charles to attend the ehebert-lebhert wedding. Miss Emma Fulton returned hlince after a weeks stay amongui frienls in Jennings. Mrs. 11. A. D)avidson was shopping in Jen ingii't; between trains Monday. Al and lIkcter Mills of Fenton si ent Satur, lay and, Ilnday with fremnt s in. lRev. C. WV. Canpteii of (ro'.hy, 1leadeh d to a large an! al e:'at:v c ,ni trgati)ton last Monlay i nti!.t lev. A.. Wilki...

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. — 10 August 1900

hc Ibcc rdclt ,ourni l . 1{. PlorNTRER ,I'ubi her. VI'EI 1[. - - LA.1 T'hirty-live hundred duzen goatskir-s are transformed into leather every day in Philadelphia, Mrs. Davis, the only sister of John 11,Ju Ilrown of Harper's Ferry fame, is still living at St. Johns, Mich. She was the youngest of a family of sixteen chil' I shol dren. &,.C,' r Herr Hauslian. a V.enese artisar, has arrived at Paris, wheeling in a the harrow his wife, a woman of 28, and his child, aged four. The journey has I' been accomplished In a month. Ie The lonely island of St. Kilda is to lis have a postofflce and other innova tions The postmaster, who is the pastor, the schoolmaster, doctor, etc., will not have a great additional amount of work, as the mails only II arrive at the islandt two or three timned 1. a year. S. The word "compound" which Is used l frequently in the war dispatches from ('lhina, means anI inclosur'. In that tountry and Japan it is custoniar"y t) build high brick talls around fact- l...

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. — 10 August 1900

"a , Ag 'I Tod Sloan Hurt. ' Tod Sloan, the American jocliey, had / a frightful fall while riding Lilly Lang try's horse Moluma In the race for the Liverpool uip. The horse, a strong tO favorite, was in front at the time, of .,NovJ? 1 the accident. Hie went down with a ý,ý a hI crash. with Sloan under him. lHe rolled over the Predicts Long War. jo The predictions ')f Mr. 'T. H. Storts. it Of Van HurfIn. Incld., have been fulfilled in to a remarkable degree so far. In Tat the year of 11014 he prophesied that lhe a Ii I nitedl States tlooIps would be aalled w' into the liid o(f battle in 1MI,. and s r Ihat ourr golFrnlr'llllnt wouild not reuase' it froni war for tseven years, and that in W the year 1;4001 we wolili he embroiled ti in a \\ar with all the leadling nations ne of tile ea!thii. lie also predicteid that iof when this w I!' t'nIIetd thier'e wo ld ho '11. o lmol'o Iln for the siourI and ibayolet. lie fiurlth r saLys that when the po. wS ! > have -ubtih tl China l'la v v(r'...

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. — 10 August 1900

:'':' '' i,1 l ' ' t' JHtil Iu tl I tt .r. k a PgU1`( '"1 7d;c! r 'I * tI Al GUST 111, ]900. cV ' ,, ,1.) N O t. .1t- 1'' I . i No. "; thu - - - - - - inatin ý ol t e - - - - - - - :, mm 1i. 11t No. 7 the - - - a . IL' Nos. 9 anl 1I) no~t itiipu dtotI 4) up Notice to the Pub/ic. Any erroneous r tiecti Iiiji 01 fe pIharaeter, stani~lfln , 1 << } ititi ,n (" any p rsofl. tirto ()r dIrP,,1oti Ii !·ric nmvy appe'ar in the lil.nm~n, tit the .Jonrtial, xviii bei }Zlaliiv irrrit p'ii Ihv 1)i iig hrullini lt ti, the aittentiol it 111 p)t1Iisiher.______ Of people vwhen thle c lit_,'e ill all- V,'. I aiemr ent Of thli , l pap r is . ' . .t wri ha's been L;c,,!O.ttol that I ii, t kn I 1inouIgh to p a11 stind In rCtt hn!. ,ut Sall) like ftle fellow's c,'n , :. t i, knew he nmu.t 1,e a .n!t)i i,,n }o1 ' r , cause b;e was nft ft for any tliitn6 ,'.>. the SPEC, IlA ATI) NS For the building and repairing , sin walks in the town oif Welsh, l.a. All sidlewalks to be buitt or retairel l'r') i...

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 May 1902

ý ý rT C he Y J.-. AN 2 WELSH, CA4CASJU PAS Aad off in D t 'fap are creed o could inepire ý~, , o wt bek our once eo out, me c Ole Age r ý 0, 1 902-1 TO me ATe Rice Bel Jour k A - J 9:WLD GUSHER SUBDUED. ._,' "'rk of Filling Storage Tanksc d Ex / Began Monday. rices e Charles American. Seople who were in Jennings Satur and yesterday say that the Jen gsites are just beginning to realise at good fortune the Southern "- ,sher presages Previous disappoint ents in the gusher line had prepared hem for the belief that they had only S .a pumping feld, and it has been with difficulty that they realised what Wed ' nesday,s strike meant to them. he is now eng No. 3 well reverses all the ideas of Svery successful oil strikes. There is no Spindletop or i A Dr. Nelson any other top about the well. It is, in er little yesterday near fact, sink in a marsh where, after a t ice ofE heavy rain, water stands from shoe-e the g physician top to knee-deep. On that account, I -a -physician, much of the was...

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 May 1902

a~gaeEt4 9tu 'HE I OY1ONS -m ýW Oi jifý¢ dt droop omm'ee ,uit S. 'at the top of the tall pole to the oppo- Whoa a oMn 'lt ao S'wa whose ord'ring He cam with sturdy stride and swinging asite obf. Could that aid him? At Acts Thls W v. - Sodpai- the middle of the valley, one hundred When the average novel write s th itc h icIkberries and golden My hand in his, I told my day's whole yards distant, it was not more than wishes to describe a set of emotlon * ·. i' rod: taleethh r s e crb any way he could cross on that frail for which he has no approprite n e .Abrupt. lare hills on4 nne side looking Of joys. that neath his bright smile eighteen feet above the ground. It int dwwn seemed to grow, in sto l lowht tr he usually refers to them as bel. And forom the other yo can see the While lessened was my every childish an t would nk stilperhaps bett i.. . t" .his sweet words fell on  soul like his weight, and he might readily drop than anything else, reflects the co oon the western bank of wh...

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 May 1902

LA FRIDAY, 31YNF, 1 OF-*e fier net 0ý - - # And de ,n r off in on b WE~LSH, CAL-CASIEU PA SH coulrd,~ S'o o ' . · 4rbt Col Ma~$2P~~B~ ndemay afence you exceed , ,co he tired .er, helpeof life hilý.e ole Agents for Celebrated : ea Gasolne Stoves.. ot t whip See Our Complete Line of hi .past jNoITrs e R "i , onthe S with 0 ugly 1 " Caaabt Is a Bnuge Loa Jn. Th - e ' \NE spring we got caught He i loi a log jam on the Sara- play; na River," said E. C. undo Baker. of Plattsburg,. re- man S'rence g cently, infcribing the operations of man um . loggers in the Adirontacks. "A log Th L sawung across the verge of the last obey ( I precipice at .High Falls, and over 40.- the rfect 000 pieces became 'massed in a solid a tip n," o formation there is the narrow gorge. by I Louier " i Wedid not use dynamite in those days. It Louisiana in paying quantities. It acknowledged fact by t and nothing could be done to break wit! aying quanitiesand The Southern Nuccess for the the jam except to cut out 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. — 30 May 1902

is thick w rod; Abrupt. tar. rim 3 ti IEA.TAURRM) oon t nd 11 .Free r "._ a n ma a se Mas eight - It nWe resir so Matre o. w. w . · gG "--n v i''e Dr ., met othefof his h kom aue with ,,. ctd 8 u enoh 4,ohiin, * ste wil bemetat re to anyi 60 Sateme o o nu a le bls e - sines ,e , ue Yond e ase t ogi re the - is 0 Pet eii c anaers iwhic r. esawe in the rypa eee Ettrt. a'sgeDoi ye [ tely fr t- ageoMr au der o P R  1very tPn i thoe n n S d a .the ared r . rd ithll beset re t a, C n P-s neecin ory e't in5 fol BeyOUn Do e &Una was a in sed te 7.68 r t a t ih Syo t FOR t t very"" rthos e maing the tom i,, PA otale Reenue Of theho ac ,i e fo m e on rt t ; the InjL5O' anE CEhT elf ý.flesi.r Ti eo and ntfd gpýI C ii rut If IvightY by ,machinew gunon l a nt1 * *ooo , the opapo- w ti illineryStock comes cr tl Boots and ShoesAt eOur general line of merchandise will be kept tof orimmer from Tennesee Groceries, etc., etc., call in and see us. oom east of our store has, nd it will be fixed ...

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. — 30 May 1902

ole Alents& 1N On or about September ist, we will add to __ our immense stock of general merchandise one of the largest and most complete lines of....... direct from New York and an experience( R ( 'will be in charge of this department The been secured to accomodate this new lines first-class shape tor our millinery stock. ClWELSH, LA.A Call h " o80thern Pacific Time Cua. Ladies sailor hats at the Racket. Mrs. several w E'ST BO13 . For groceries call on Bell & Co. B. Crsirs due............... 9:50a.m. Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine- s. to pa JO due ............... 12:01 a.m. best on the market. RRaCKr.*. The S.......... .. 1:35 a.m. "Odorless," "Leonard," Blue Ridge re- ne sTie is .WST BoUD. frigerators at Daniels. not if vely .......... .................3:23p-m. will l due ................ 5:01 p.m. If you are in need of good rubber Slittle ve i ' due. . . ** 3:47 a.m. belting see Al Davidson. M,1rol eNo. 7 and 8 night trains. wasri un ag i -se 34 for further informat...

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. — 30 May 1902

fe**n? * 't'k?5 ett to fi's. -q *SO9the combinaton im'eiOu of AteSeran have i the aDiidplsht of In vain.. CGD3A )f. atepS1 sa- Ies, dbh han litf nones Stakhovich thA mmrsa liO was wito t a rsto v o srome of than I. Ih e lr lSet oy h o m e ati t e S ai. taekhOoie , the mtI hal of the oblitY forll the province of Orel, whose speech in favor of freedom of e . o n enfe at n created surh 1 se stio and who in spite of all opPal I ak Mishthe marh atl of the ,stion of the reactionary party and t the church was re-elected for another term by an overwhelming majority, bhas now been confirmed in his post by S.the czar. e. dls e havig e ry oaLesl oy1 T1So Curdngl - CO" d" * ". 1 - Ieft noticed it by b"n tIn 1901 S itterlat issu ed 2e.772 ule r aond aving r p a gU!L4", o *permits to commercial travelers, scanty rg astruatIoh; e h d adtco* tm' o against 24.087 in 1900; 2.290 of the gedneirlhealt fele; 1 o ld at.-____0. l in the groi "i adhv sre with our famialy nme from this source was 327,"98 ...

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. — 30 May 1902

our wheels And soma here off in Marn or Y, ~R no doubt, ow ;no If it could speak W LSH, CALCASIEU PA1 of on X ,weary, creed For us to hear, some clock to-night bawls Deat inspired, out, our ience you exci'ed "'Tis Tuesday week"' Slnd mal 'is tired. Whit. nna nn t'nther side of snace Imav ole Agnts for Celebrated, r happier eal Gasoline happier , bt he has See Our Complete Line of e recof . . nes have been elected R 'Chamber of Deputies. tune is in politics. U A R ry is announced of a new constellation of Pegasus. Call and Examine our 'pring poet thinks he is it. Prices Away Dow on of William Waldorf As d be enough to make the erage give up the ghost at ding to the Duluth Herald the iference between sanatarium atenitorium is in the charge to the t '. I .r hen perfect politeness comes in e door," noted the large-waisted he is now engaged, so sopher, "perfect honesty flies out vex y successful series e window." t A Dr. Nelson, of Miss !-r rr little vester day near here fro was the only...

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 May 1902

*~c IdhmlA A -~ z 0318 for ;04 'the 00 runed the mtljiIght 09) f0 rv *fow ,Wy rSH CAI4CASIEU PARISH, L4A. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 192 Ioi £n*I Y..Ar. a.u ý4'f W IL ýý . ...u fote !! . . I.__n a .Ya b-br .1,em rewru ,O lu5 •o5 vIeea to wrial coa1 .bO1 yttW Oi' M. Stklhovicbh. tpn --qrsh5 , whose speech in'lfavor of fr o'TW ,T S hconmclence in ftisIa create4 ' ¶ 'L oensatio and who in spite of , the church was re-elec ,, term by an overwh , " " ·S now been eTo Ore a Void e asmrdmo nio a1 rcumx mine our Goods. amg- rPt is way Down. kpermits to cmm numb : for 1901 wem I.t ,paymsen][t of a license 7 nome from this son cS ($63,268.47). wan's C as taken teornally. To C, ur 'e - -,a -ol ._ . .s''      gSaet1xn9 whoa th Attends, .P·pr aJ is his G': "ie' haaada .Ipr to the ' o-of hfs :^n;"b iu ý) P+11 01 t eo t bet v t .is~i;~~~i~irias 4.b y .ifTed with. etout fr":.yC': w w1 yt. it. Le ctoi of 'b o;I a big k ~ S Y *pewter t st i never beilqs bib eth· s , x tit' tie sett'~L ~: `~se 'heart. eepe...

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 May 1902

;too h . JatqA.dAw ··· pi'hL r bo ý , wit t It C ·)ORjU;NEf than thml8. diem won in the lid ri the "M 01=2Z~id ow j a c M It a ht he -· FRIDAY, 1UN 13, 1902, display ~ on bwhein era amo tad L ql gISH, LA., m~~~~bar that ntt n i nso" WELSH, CALCAS U PA $ makLe their to tw t te ale vn alate -la w sIt~ Bu l eldom ea " eluding h is a single 11' 410L _ I·qdO O b~ iar~ or a u t~ d ve gettle , `Tlearl..a oile, 4 Qe~rde n. WELSH, CALCASIEUU PARISU, LA" 13RIDAY, jUs (successors to W. dI. 8p~'n & co. - eINSURANCE AGENT. e 4t4FERAL FIRE and ACCIDENT NS ompanies, wit consummated re nts America and Europln Fie ns t'. ur e n elsh oommer c ti Laye 1Cha0right out Wels n Lakeharles Pr aley r ih t ts , vier a. There are oralo nGy tw U , bhowever cheap torical spotat bothe American Re <PNr a .niouDtsand cppeasor dno & Co. was pur eha sed by a nu t- e ict onet that can e :hales living in F a dFrance. fAne's wa revi n siting the w te o the n Sor it is false econ- ator from Indiana ios a l m...

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 May 1902

' ,.; .I'Qneed be no doubt about t Srowth and rperity of tSepar "Stackers and will lbe dividd.eatest d isaster of moder In all probab'lityo the parisand of M t.t e wi hof n p Weat Ies group. "ýSince Marshl Brook0 resigned his office " white winged peace seems to be hover- h h TO PES:.r ng over Jeinings. ` " Within the aut year more than fifty tand the god work still goes on. " : :--ii  were left '-- : "/" ./" ': Theo following tible catasl ,., i sal ont~ain more ''rowi The rice b elt of Louisiana is the moat g lorious and prosperous tion of th e Alts North. N~ine negroes' United eerked to Jerusale i ness a prosperity are visibthe outhough . :.--:7:,-.:::a, ul p hoisoned by t the belt.Crole Signal.oe SUnited States there is but one The"four corners" where four states nd one territory oin. More than this, it is the only place of its kind in thparad e forld. This point, upon the spur of the Carizo mountains, is trhe one where Colorado, Utah, New Meicoent and Arizona...

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. — 6 June 1902

Wi.~" { J.. a' ' i ' ý , ` Y1 fr { 4 ý + '1 'i, " 'ý, J N ` '· ^} ýý i ". ý j, ýý+' f t; k 'r ·',i F ý' '4w ý .I-alf I ~ LH CLAS PRSH A. RIA, UE ,192 plot Assortmet ®: FIne Line of FUNINTUIEo Call and Examine our Goods. Prices Away Down. al Wo DaIn1LL59 LA, T*h Leade i*in Low Priea. WaaR &oliooL Ield in Congregational umnday at 9:45 a m. A Ij extended to all. Mas. C. M. FiaLa, , Superintendent. Conmunication. twe -aine children re 14 the Cath `Chr . e. The ceremo 5, conducted by Rev. of -Jeiuinga, Father Van ley, and Father Placidus, also in attendance. At t afternoon the renova al vows and consecration Virgin and a redeption of into the Society of the took place. ate Rice District. LeBlanc, of"" rmilion, current resolution be Slature at Baton Rouge  for the appointment ttee of five to visit the Lpisiana. and make a progress and develop iustry, and as to the ad S4 ing a rice experimental evrgt of. this bcmaing ROANOKE NURSERIES, SJkAt&. CLICK, Proprietor. i t Trees, Plant...

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