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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 July 1905

cgl girt ýd g,,a WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Hail did considerable damage to growing crops in North Grayson last n eek. The continuation of the driver-" strike in Chicago now depends uplon the success of an effort now on to rai.se more funds. Secretary Wilson is about to insti. tute some 1200 suits against railways violating the feeding, water and rest law made for cattle in transit. The Baron Alphonse de Rothschild left $600.,000 to be exl)ended in charit ties of various kinds without distinc tion of religion, says a Paris dispatch. John Ewton, lately with B F. John son & Co., subscription and school bhooks. has been elected general busi t:css manager of Dallas 150,000 club. lie takes immediate charge. Judge S. Zachery of Pittsburg, while at Stamford, making arrangements to move there from Pittsburg, died sud dcnly. He had been a resident of Pittsburg more than twenty years. Traveling men who have been over the greater portion of the Chi...

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. — 14 July 1905

rERSIFICATION. I SOMETHING TO SELL EVERY DAY. SOUTHERN COTTON ASSOCIATION, *. S. PETERS, Vice-President, Calvert, Texas. ,Ye held cotton for 10 no on receive their reward, p1 pant 12 cents all that is; pe to hold for same. TI rs of the Soiuth are mas- c. ituation. They are rapidl- o tow to control the pricesoi al luct. ti Sreadiiy for II) cents last f. I sl rcsalt of the farmers' toil' h of all business depends,! t farmers are not a.uwd I f their prodet:s are worth. ompelled to acc.ept prices ý iers who are' interested jn h prices as low as possible t ,he farnmers buy they must llso fixed lby others who are in making such prices as jsib:e. ..__--. Talk About It. ;way to interest people in vent is to talk about it. If :t should interest any peo ubject of marketing prices .oducts should interest farm-i qual chance in the business! ds upon it. The class that :mitted to put a .rice upon, lucts or labor have not an Ice with those who do. Farm ot permitted to do that, all ple are, hence f...

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. — 14 July 1905

ETen Days! GREAT CLEARANCE SALE T ys AT V WALLING'S I G Beginnoing Saturday, July 15th i 8--N GOING THROUGH OUR STOCK, we find we have too many Summer Goods, and 21 as our method is never to carry over goods from one Season to another, we have .---- concluded to SLAUGHTER THE PRICES and get rid of them to make room for our Fall Stock of Goods, which will soon begin to arrive===and we must have room for them. We wish to call special attention to the LOW PRICES we are making for this sale. Everything in our store will be placed on sale at Slaughter Prices==--NOTHING RESERVED. This is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss, as you may never get the chance for 8 14 such wonderful bargains again. Men's Suits Overalls Laces and Embroideries Ladies' Summer Vests Men's Oxfords 'ne lot Ien'-nSuits, extra line all wool, BEst Union Made in checked and solid These hargains every lady and girl White, and Pink and Blue, fancy ' The clebrated Manss and Tulane shoe it up-toiattk style, eat patter...

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. — 14 July 1905

AROMAINS. I o Uwant bar .I 18j, Toilet Soaps 1ther `ioilet pre oitns. go to Coop- : !who have just ed a fine assort oPer.! Co . S lr ciic Time Card. EAST BOUND. . <:42 a. Inm. S.............11:.1 a. m. S..........12:59 a. m. ....... WEST BOUND. .... '.:i 1 p. In . .......... . t:4 p. m. e.......... 4:2 a. i , ; ni ht trains. 3l for further infornation. J. F' 'T~o13nS6. Aent. re 5 Cents Per Q uart snywhere in Welsh. I'arly Bottles clean and sweet he is put in them. 'I ''i e i . ELSH DAIRY 5. BENOIT, Manager bought at J. I:. I1obicheaux. dur spoiled Kentwood's Fourth of S hot epavidson and place your order C1U 5gering. C 0jrillehas had another four inch mct Dl il.Rbichaux, Welsh Meat Mar Smest. the gI weevil have appeared in Cat ches parish. inroe oils of all kinds at Welsh - and Implement Co.  grand jury of Washington 0 found eighteen inaid tments. Sa J.Bobichaux, Welsh Meat Mar- So for iegetables. BobBlrton, a negro, who has been ins tohang at Ruston Aug. 14. acl _Ijstash p...

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. — 14 July 1905

L AST"RESTING PLACE FOR ' THE BODY OF PAUL JONES .1 -R ····· i, ··:·; ~·~n~ * tt ~s" 3~ a ..:.: ·~~·Z:, r· .r 1 ;r :·,'· i,·t;I:f s·:· C I ) ~c·r ,· 'C' ·i·~ ·r' -~a ~·~ ·it ',6i . ~··y.r , .,..'' I;, i; t . ·~I·v *t·· ~··i~·i:J r... r~ ·· ·'· :·· ··;·.i i;t:..~ ~-d i·r·~:n ;~~"r ·~. ..I ·~! ,··. .·\ :-~C. ··.~i :· "'. .··' ·~~,·-~s~~i ~ ·~. ·P'i :~ r· e~· r. ~~· f '.·~P ;. ·····,r: ·i5:. ·' +*:i c ir'~UL: :B~P Y,~R·~·~~'~.~ZP·I·I~prr~j~B~IW~I~W~ ( P1.~W~L~blb~: i~l&Zi.lfflC1C~~irrl\B~~~·~YLI~~I'`· '~~·j ·2\ ~ i, *·' ~I·*E~=Z~-~Ul~~if l)~j ··.·,·f-:,.. ~`I·~· i 5 9·: ~· rfi:e '" 'ir L~ ;; ··i·-·., .~c~~c·:~;ic~~i*,-~;;7r*2·~y~a~j: .· . .. ? .. ,.. I: I· ) :· With most impressive ceremony, ac companie.l by the highest naval hon ors, the body of John Paul Jones, on its arrival in this country, is to be in urned in the crypt of the magnificent new chalel now nearing completion at the Annapolis naval academy. Spe cial Ambassador Loomis, flanked by Admiral Sigsbee and a brilliantly u...

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. — 14 July 1905

Say Plainly to Your Grocer That you want LION COFFEE always. and he, being a square man, will not try to sell you any. thing else. You may not care for our opinion, but What About the United Judgment of Millions of housekeepers who have used LION COFFEE for over a quarter of a century ? Is there any stronger proof of merit, than the Confidence of the People and ever increasing popularity? LION COFFEE is carefully se. lected at the plantation, shipped direct to our various factories, where it Is skillfully roasted and carefully packed In sealed pack. ages-unlike loose coffee, which is exposed to germs, dust, in. sects, etc. LION COFFEEreaches you as pure and clean as when So t left the factory. Sold only in Q o 0 0 io lb. packages. Lion-head on every package. . Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums. SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. to housekeut ,rs on WASWDAY is the ever reliable RED C BAG BLUE A trial will con ;ince the most skeptical that this is th...

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. — 14 July 1905

1. z iRice Chops -AND i4 SAll Kinds " of Feed AT + JO ES SHOTHOR. 4 4-4 I 4. FEED STORE. * 4 + " 4+4.*44.4.4+f.44. + 44O+ .IHiitr\ W\arren, n(il-i of .1i11inr Oliver IWo.,rt-on near Meolvill, last Jnanualr . has ,beeni ciip t lrel ,asul saw, Indiau; territory. The Banal wo,rk about (;ue' cdan no,': leinr completed will open up ablout 401i. O ares of Iand he(retof ,re suh merged to cultivation. Judge Schwing at Plaquemine has inlirur'td the grand jury to examrins into all violations of the Snnday law and the law against slot machines. The ('itizens' Oil Comppnn hits struck a gasser at Ananias, estimated to flow four million feet a day, and will attempt to pipe it to Shreveport commercial use. Wale-rmains have been laird from the state asylum at Pinevil le ,4.),) feet to supply the enrarn;ine:,t, grounds. attenlpts to get writer on tle' grounds having failed. A serious collision took place in the Lafayette yards between a switch en. gine and a freight train. No one was injured. Frvn...

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. — 21 July 1905

.VOLUME `I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JULY 21, 1905. NUMBER 7. DOi L U Shoes ! SO[ I~Iwa $2to$4 Now you know what a Douglas Shoe is. if you don't know, we will tell you. It is the 0 best shoe on the market and we can guranr tee it to our customers. GERSON WELSH, aJ S. GER SON, LOUISIANA. a AA AA AA AA ~ n a n Primary Methods. The following oapler was read by as. A. C. Shipman at the Sunday School convention held last week in welch at the M. E. church: The question is often asked of the imary teacher, How do you teach pob small children? When we decide to erect a building ires'are several things'to be consid _- before the actual building begins. First, We form plans: Second, We estimate the cost; Third, Prepare the material: Fourth, Lay the foundation; a~ proceed to build. Just so in pri ~y work. First we form plans, one of the most "Iportant being an earnest and persis lateffort to get every child into Sun Ily School, including all members of tberadle-roll who are large e...

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. — 21 July 1905

Ict gift Vdt ~Nunat I WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Piub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Emperor William has made King Oscar a grand admiral in the Ger many navy. The report that Secretary of Agri culture Wilson will retire is without foundation. The Ennis Oil Development Co. an nounced ready to entertain bids for drilling five wells in the territory east of Ennis. Money has been raised to complete a system of warterworks for Farmers ville. Work will commence within the next week. The Associated Press is authority for the statement that Germany and Sweden are seriously canvassing the project of an alliance. The salaries of the Russian peace plenipotentiaries have been fixed at $200 per day each, besides an allow. ance of $7500 for traveling and other expenses. Preliminary arrangements are in progress to establish a pressed brick and tile factory at Wichita Falls. W. E. Allison of Vandalla, Ill., has gone east to purchase the machinery. A passenger train on the Chicago and Eastern...

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. — 21 July 1905

,R KITTREDGE, POPULAR WAR SONG AUTHOR, DEAD ti ~ 4A .. L-h4. t uL~r~ u~2~4 %A.1 ALLt ALd. ý1'ý^ 'tU"'r' 4rC Su uCIvuu. " UQ _.&r wý.4a,, Tita)" Ui~r"3~ L) dtb al e ' 4 s.. ý .. 1Ly' RrrrwNº6'ý an. t4y 'W 4 -r, till bSA2ii. x -La-Life· ~~bn~A~ ".LQI b ~ -~C ~~1~P~ao~c·I~;;'V C~IV ct( r--'*o r~~ 4L 1~·b~ ~~~ "6~ tredge, poet and author Tenting on the Old Camp d at his home at Reed's last week. )rn at Merrimac, N. H., Since 1856 he had been poser, writing the words it many songs that were gave concerts and sang mpositions. "Tenting on A MONEY GETTER. ics of the New Head of GI the Equitable. dton 'Williams of Rich one of the foremost bank- nf lway organizers of the p1 of Thomas Fortune Ryan, of ad of the Equitable: "I ot SMr. Ryan six years and tlt e have been associated tc a enterprises in which we ci lily interested and opposed al struggles for the control of w It was difficult for me to ol that a man could be capa- o0 ting pledges and promises, ii r and solemnly given, and fi Af ...

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. — 21 July 1905

IOi THEGREATBARGAINSALE V WALLING'S STILL GOES ON WALLING'S o Great Clearance Sale I RAIN OR SHINE. a Cla Sal -fVERYI~)DY THAT HAS COME TO THIS SALE has gone home telling their neighbors and SI~ rMends of the great bargains they got, so don't be left, but come and get YOUR SHARE of the 8 bargains while you have the opportunity. 8 New Goods Arriving Daily and all Going at Our BARGAIN PRICES S Remember this Great Sale will close WEDNESDAY, JULY 26th, at 6:30 p. m., so dod't be left, but come at 8 -- once. You will be well pleased with the bargains you get W LrL 8WALL g WALLING'S WALLING'S G 8 Great Clearance Sale! AT \ALLI I1i S Great clearance sale! a 0++++++~++++++++++++++ , ,0++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PI'HLISHE)D EVER:IY FRIDAY BY d WElSH P R'I1N'I'IN(i COMPANY, LTD. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the Postotlice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . FINE PEACH...

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. — 21 July 1905

BARGAINS S. If you want bar Sains in Toilet Soaps Sndothellr . Io l t pre SparatiOis. ;u to (Coop- + er's who have just +d opened a fiIeI assort- : mient. : : Sooper rag o. .. L~ ~ ~~ ~~+~f~4 a1theru Pacifle Time ('ard. EAST HU8 NI). e.......... :42 a. nm. jodue... ........ 1 : 9 U. . . WEST BOUND. due...ue . .. ...i:4 p. i. ",due. .... ....... . 4:2 a. m Nojs 7 and , niýght trains. j'on' 34 for furtht'r inuf(rniati on. J. F. TUH BS, ; re nt. dPure nts Per ILQuart -he anywhere in Welsh. Early _ Bottles clean and sweet be milk is put in them. 'Phone ,;. ELSH DAIRY 5. BENOIT, Manager GCrey, accused of horse stealinm Landry parish, has been ar in Crowley. bought at J. II. lobicheaux. auss is talking of forming a district fifteen miles square east of the city. Davidson and place your order -Deering. 1 raise in teacher's salaries .gen place in St. Tammany over the site of the court ison in the courts of Plaque d travellers have found hftttby taking with them a of Dr. SETH ARNOLD'S BAL t...

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. — 21 July 1905

IS ABSOLUTELY PITRE BU1 It Wil tIATURE'S OWN RESTORATI'/E-S IN FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION. from Dr. Pierce Announces the Ingredients milk, of the Family Medicines Which of ov jHave Made His Name a Houcshold froi Word in the World. fualrom Ion, 4 With all the recent tall: ablout !atent nut medicines and the determined ofort in une ; certain quarters to cast disc.redit upl;on ut all household remedies which .::uie un- l1oun1 der that head, the fact ren:allls that used some of those medicines are so firmly oil, a established in popular favor :nrd c.on- in th fidence, have so proved their worth In and value, that all the denlunciations to a of bigots cannot destroy the pcople'- into faith in them. Dr. 'n One of the host known of ther:e rem' los edies Is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriplr :,nd tion, a medicine which for years hI: tern, been accepted by the il( '"11h as a stan Th dard preparation for the cure of tl'i=E from ailments to which women alone ar; of "< subject and which has proved ...

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. — 21 July 1905

FOR WOMEN tabled with ills peculiar to hitr ser used a3 a douche I8 Iarvelous y c. cssfaul. Tforoughly cleanses, kills disease germs. stops dtscaarges, heals inflammation and local sorcness. paltine is in powder form to be dissolved in pure 5ater, and is far more cleanr4in, heahng, germicidal 1ndeconomical than liquid antaseptics for all TOInET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES For sale at druggists, 50 cents a box. Trial Box and Book of Instructions Free. qr fl. PAxon COMPANY BOSTON, MAYs,, wrwF riH d / -E 5U GE zy be able to cseist you in f decidin. e Tc c y number of dc: ob c irip--cheaw too-which e pu can maz!0 tfiz scummer to the · ?odoitains of Colorado, the Lakes of a bjiciaigan and Wisconsia or to the Portiand Expcsition. Let us send yourate ;ad particulars, Free f GEO? 3E MORTON d I P. swd T. A., ::.: & T. Ry., ST. LOUIS, MO. EJl FAT T '' TIHE ItATY FLYER." t THE DAISY FLY KILLER 11rl d y l,,o, eveanr bmne--todining-ronm. Flet plonwroom and placer where files are trouble toltle ...

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. — 21 July 1905

fNýN++ff~ffNýýNfeO44 44 4 SAll KenI~ e~ 4 f 0I f40ff rA 4 +/o44O:fO THE TREADMILL. A Punlishllleitt Still In Vogue In Many t8i' '[l' treadl ,\heel i still in vogue at mnalvy tngl;oII ri,,ills. W\\ithin the walls , i. :, little li.ildhtig, h ilt of blue gray 1 :: st"ne,. st:'i ai Ia sorel nwhnt rj a rt pt from 1:I the tmlin stru 1t1ure inl i ( orellr of the, x:cise groilnd I and iprison garden. On till tle (ch4e o:ll4t4 (loire d4oor t are patiltd ll tc l in white tletrs the two V44 rd. "Wheel (n 1] Uisoe." As the do(r oplens: the dull, si: g:::nliig sound that we heard outside o; grows a little l4nder and (learer. The o1:4r close('s Ibehind us with the inevlta- ve fide clash anld click of the retuorninlg co Bolt. The house is an apartment somte thi lhirty feet l )g 1and fifteen feet wide. or oni the left hand side are the wheels, four of them. in two tiers, divided by a gallery runl:ig the whole length of the hiuse and cuonllunliientling with the floor by a: staircase at the opposi...

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. — 4 August 1905

mire ix1dl~a~ i~ :OLDII': VI. \\ELSI'H, CALCA1SlEt' l-AlllSll L)IIýI,\':, .\I( IS'I' 4, 190)5..x ,l' LooR on,1 -, 88 ,' 8 T FIl0HT ON RICE ItATE IIG;UN. Sp. Wants Railway ('ommnisiion Re strained form Enlorinalr Them. A special from li-tton I houge says: tuit has been tiled in the Twenty-sec ond district court. e!,rfre Judge Fay rot, by the Morgan': Louisiana and Texas Railroad and Stea:tshilp C(ol pany et al against the Ilailroad Com mission of Louisiana, to prevent the railroad conunission from making permanent its rates recently authoriz edon rice shipment froim I)ints on the road into New Orleans. The declaration, tiled by T. J. Ker nan, of this city, and 1)enegre & Blair, of New Orleans. attorneys for the road, sets out at length eight reasons why the p)ropo)(sed rates on rice promulgated at. the July meeting of the commission, to take eflect Aug. 1, should not be allowed by the courts. First-The radical changes proposed are not justified by the conditions, that the exis...

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. — 4 August 1905

10 MORE HEADACHE ENERAL WEAKNESS AND FEVEB DISAPPEAR TOO. [ow a mtnoman ,VWa Fr,,,d fromn Tronhles That ilad Madie Life Wrctche.d for Matny Ye'ars. The immedi:ct cauiu,,s of hea:daeh,s 'ary, but umost of thout colle fron I:,)r !a' poisoned bhlood. In an:e' nia the bhlojd s M(tanlty or thin ; the nerves are imper 'etly ounri.shed ,andl p:ain is the way in vhiich they express their weak:.s'. Int 'olds the blood absorbs lpoi-onf from the nuco(s surf:ulcs, ani the poi. i on irrilates ;he ncrves aond produces pain. Iln rhe. matl is!, iualaria n:ul the grip, thi' ploi, ,a in the blood produee:; liLke li",:: frt. It indigestion the gas':; fr.nu the imilpre. matter kept in the syt.:un afflct the blood in tihe saIeC \Vw::V. The otdia ryv h 1:;ac: le:o-c'rires at 'ott, give only tee,,n, orry r ,lief. 'Thi' dv adn i the pain but do 1ut drive the p(is5o o';t of the hbiel. Dr. WViha r:s' Pinlk Il On the (:oiitrary thornghly renew the blood and the p,;t1(1 ( 'e:ppears pl, rm leutly. \ ,ny 1 i...

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. — 4 August 1905

The Secret of Good Coffee Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of woffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their counters won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored LION COFFEE, the leader of all package coffees the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily welcomed in millions of homes-and you will make a drink fit for a king in this way: HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. Use LION COFFEE, because to get best results you must use the best coffee. Grind your LION 'oUFF IEE rather fine. 'ee "ai tablespoonrful to each cup, and one utt for the pot." Fir1 t mix it with a little cold water, enouth to timake a thick paste, and add hite of an egg (if e'g-. is to be used as a settler), then follow one of the following rules : jst WITH BOILING WATER. Add boiling water, and let it boil TIIEE MINUTES ONLY. Add a little cold water and set aside live niautes to ettle. Serve promptly. 2d WIT...

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. — 4 August 1905

1GREAT Cy4CLONE SALE 8 8 8 OF SEASONABLE GOODS 8 8 TO BE INAUGURATED AT 8 81 a ItdALy, CuL 5, Tos ._ __ 0 1. ®ýýJAIý®J0ý©0O®4~i Iý _ _ _ --ý-- - - --- -- -- _ _ - i 1 aLS GREATn CYCLONE SALE will unquestionably be the greatest sacrifice of seasonable goods ever made in Welsh. Business is dull and this Cyclone Sale will make things move, because the prices have been so slashed that they scarcely resemble anything more than bona fide gifts to the purchasing public. All sales will be for CASH, for our profits go to the customer and we cannot afford to keep accounts of a Cyclone Sale. The DRY GOODS advertised must all be sold, for I am going completely out of this line of bus iiess. Ladies will miss a great opportunity if they do not improve this advantage. Prices below will certainly enlist your attention. Lades' LDrv Goods. L . Lin of Ldie,' :h':'ly-made ! ', bi;,'lh rt 2iu ar?1 ,.1", tic ^", Fir., i ', rc hale hirtin,_. .i', it,,e, ide. ý' 0'ihlu1larld at 12: . «.l :1: tis sale a:t....

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. — 4 August 1905

we are 1)'x\ of er' jigour co01;) 'tC' line Toilet Articles Stationery Cooper fDr ll÷ o. ýeeeee..e ýº S tei Pacificitim'lue (':ord. EAST H~(W - D .. .. .... :2re11: '1 a. in. doe .....··.......l :! . n WEST 110 I J. jdoe. .. :;:''t' p in due..... 4: a. in ';de and ":iir:~ii 34forfrU-tl iI:f Ir'n tion n J. 1'. 'I' KIº:s. A-rt-it. pyre 5 Cents Per Quart anywhere it) `t] kii. EarLa p Bottles clit a a (I1 wr'i't he ELSI DAIRY S. B&NOIT, Manager bought at T.. H. t iche:tux: River parish show~. anI impriov) e in its assessmrent roll of '"2o20,,00) R.Robichaux, WEb'!.h MJ.eat, Mla br vegetables. second batch of ~zunUtieri normal thas reached the c&l,sing point. f[. B. VanNess if you need .a or irrigating wells. governor seems to be in favor permanent encampment ground at ria, E. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, wue and stock we:l boring. ty of Jonesville citizens are totake the initiatory ldegree in gwspaper business. igerators, refrigerat<ot's at a discount at The X\el4b Furniture N...

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