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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 25 August 1905

Japanese Keep Secrets ~ I~lac~l~~ s~t-alJ~rlrc~t~-c~d-c qJ rill; I .11 I !'11 :ipi n i4 II t I - Ili'l.t ( t li 1!, I . I. ' - ' ' . Ill  Iý li i t ' , lI , i r I-IjIt ill ill. 11 hil li i ' . Ih " I lh I .1 1 " :II " .,I: i 1 h . , in " ll in t i , ho ,r t1 1,I s ;I at:. 1 0 l l 'I : dil s. 1 I" t ',h , t '. w hI , l , i I. i ,.L l:' -, , I 111,( 11 h:" tl ir+"( . i l i'| , i tl ;l: :ii'" iio ligi ir -l, n it .'..Ip.in h " IIII 11 &I'.,J, 11" , I ..i . t -f + " i't l , li + t h u it ' I l i, . , i i ., . r I he t.. u -itrec n n 1- , -I ng it , r' -I i G te(;¢ay to Temple. own sl ople : d Ih, re(l .ff I; woril for more than t , It no t nthli. iu i.uolilte ignorance of the lltins oad wh'ere .:houIts of the comb Iiinesl thi .val . force;s of the empi:e. A. ,: :oine strwhat fa ruiliar Vdhith lite eni nltti: al feat uret' of ijalranese ch;iracier, I !c"tll e that in accoilntling for Ihis luatrv(elot:F, ,trate gic' aihieve(lie nt a large lilace lsuist hr given to the persi:stenot...

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. — 25 August 1905

aly is Beggars' Paradfra seems t1 lbe a paradise for and unsc(rulilous beggars, for in that c'urtry that Tori, who few year:: ago. reaped his rich t of charitable doles. When t the hiergar died his sordid were founed to be treasure of sil~vei' .nd gold andt se(uri When vh y had been thorouglily ked the sphl anli:outcd to no than "'.ý' uu.ý rau:cs, all of went to ;wo r,: phecws of Tori, rere in a :.::crable condition of y and 't l :on the old man not gi;'e a -': of bread during e. as Light for ,untry Homes. nall country homes. as well as 'e ones. maI be liihted by the ; light known - ACETYLENE >-it is easier on the eves than other illeiucin:ant, cheaper than ýene, as convenient as city gas, ,hter than e!ectricity and safer n any. o il!-smelling lamps to clean, and chimneys or mantels to break. light cooking it is convenient l cheap. CETYLENE is made in the base at and pipscld to all rooms and out Idings. Complete plant costs no re than a hot air furnace. 'Ii P L TL Automatic Gen...

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. — 25 August 1905

i 11I SLet us igure with1 you Son your : i Feed for Harvest! i : _-----__ _  a We have no axe - * to grind - just SFeed! Feed! Feed! I JONES BROTHERS. S FEEDL) STORE. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY I IN'I'ilt'I "' OIFFI('I.ºIS. C.nn_,ressnl1 ; Ih (:ngressional D)istrict, A. .1. I'ujo. Sc'iator 'Tenth "Setuatirial:;listrict. 4. 11. Direw. Judcte Inth .I dirial District. E. I). 3[iller. ]'istrit Attorney, L. II. Mo,.. ('jerk Itlhtrh. t ('lrLt. J. W. rardiner. P.ISUINll OFFII'IAlN. l;epret utati, a ('alrntrlell 1';turti . Jno. W. Uohrer. Sherift. D. J. lteid. A.sessoor aid l U is.trar. C'. 31, Itichard. Coroner. W. . Fish'i ier. 3I. I). 8ehionl Board. IDr. I). S. Perkins, President. Jno, .\icNce. Se, e ; and Supt. A. litnaiden. '1'rn ;surer. WVard One-W. .. Call. Ward Two-J. 31. Booze. Ward 'Tlhree-Saam haunt'an. Ward Fonur-)Dr., D. J. Perkins. 'ard Six-J. 31. Nichols. \'ai d Seven --\V. 1. IHlrgrove. Sarl a hi-ht --Joscpji lwherts. Ward Nine -1'. 'leltrt, Jr. Ward 'Ie'I-'V. ('rne.ow. At I. rge...

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. — 1 September 1905

WELSH, CLCSIE PRISH, OUISIANA, 1, 1905. We have just received over iO0 pairs of new fall pants and we can fit any man, slim or fat, $ These goods are the choice of ihis season's offerings and are the best ever offered for sale in this town. J. S. GERSON WELSH, J.OUSI.A QUARANTINE SITUATION. lemlentNo. 2, to Joint Circular No. 264. argan's Louisiana & Texas I. R., slana Western .I 11., Galveston, ton & Northern 11. H., Passen lepartment, Aug. 25. 1905. codnection and agents: ter today, all passengers entering amont, will be required to hold thcertificates showing they have been in Louisiana within the past lays, or any locality that is now, ,ay become hereafter infected with ow fever' These certificates must ssued by the regular constituted rd of health, or the county or city ith officer or their deputies. leases where it is not convenient eachthe aforesaid authorities, cer ates from the county or precinct ials, stating that they have been 1o infected district within the past...

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. — 1 September 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WtLSH, LOUISIANA EVENTS OF EVERYWHERnE. It is reporned that a cloudburts at 'tonaseo, ('olo.. floo:led the town and Smai , owneid nine persons. Considerable Au Id:,l'age, to pl)roljelY was caused also T1'he M rikhe in ihe factories at War :.a 4 antld I,o0z hai;:ve cnt(iid. Trains ire irunning fronm W;arsaw on time. tlhey arle cLinarded and driven by sold. Ne \ puMh r1 wa.-t (e'cutly killed on the t',seit  ca oIl [I~P so that lmlelslured To oig.it i',et front tip to tip. He had kill. No tld soime colts and one of the carcas s(,as was pei.;olltl land used successful- Re l. aits a bai. Th Adlmis.-ion was refused Nan Pat er- Miss .on a.' the Hote~l ('hambecrlin. Old yello 1'oin:. C(olufrt, and sihe cain acros N lamlpion lo,,'its to Ocean View. where :.li.' hl d dinnir, but w'is not assignl` ord case to a 1'0011. i'Ar. ind Mrs. All,-n C. elpp,) ofi Hiik mea: 0~.y' Rln, PI'1.. are tihe p, rents of er, tr",'vny-tihu . c.hildreln. The, l'at nts art uonly fort...

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. — 1 September 1905

VINSON WALSH WAS KILLED AND OTHERS INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT I . . . . . . .u u. "ý ý L'''1Sx.-' Ký I it ' 11 ýRý.. LA ' T N'S'' 't .e.Fy -( ý - -'7 P "- , .i -. r , zr - & 0 - gob e : "?~'-"ý w-Ste ^. ' ': ;:Tr ý ý .. ...r,"' :1ýý.r~ TIC` ý1."1;NNd Talsb. son of Thomas F. Fashington, was killed, andt prominent young mn ulmbers 'port summer cc:'ony were ad automobile accident at . L Aug. 19. The injured s. James L. Kernochai., of ,L. I.; Harry Oelrichs, :;;1o M. Oe!richs. of New:port 'ork; Herbert Pll1, jr.. son Pell. of New York, and n Walsh, sister of the man lied. It is believed that a!l will recover. )mobile. which was driven Iwalsh, struck the railitng of panning a cre(ek rear East tad plunged into the water. Valsh !cst cont rol of it. or te became disah!id has not tained. efore in the history of automobiling has a wrecl:ed I sQ many persol:s known to the machine thtt plunged ailing of the bridge at New rd of it were the most olted la of society, the son and Sone of America...

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. — 1 September 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED I;VERIY F'I.IDAY BY WELSIH PRINTI(NG COMPANY, LTD). A. MI. JomEs............ Sec.-Treas. and Manager. 1)Iir:c'rols: A. 1. .Jones. . W. Tanner, Guy Heatty, L'. I). Calkins. (. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the I'ostotfice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1,905. The reports from New .)rleans and surrounding towns in regard to the stand taken by a large number of Italians in refusing to allow the doctors to remove any of their breth ren patients to hospitals, calls fur strong and vigorous Jprosecution by the local and federal authorities. In some M places they have purchased large quantities of ammuni- beel tion and made open threats to kill the doctcrs. ithas been Inft found necessary to employ for e in several cases and com pel them to comply with the laws. Of cource there are a Sul few among them that are doing everything possible to `asp avoid trouble. but being greatly outnumbered by the i...

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. — 1 September 1905

(ZLLa-h;7g-a;7*j ecat Bargains this week in Clothes Brusuhes, Hat Briislche d hair Brushs a" Combo,, shav1ig BrIsheS and Whisk 1rims oper Drug Co. i ,tberf Pacific Time Card. EAST rBOUND. S8:42 a. nm. lue.. **** ' ... ..11:51 a. m . jue..-* ..12:59 a. in. tue...** , .. .. . WEST BOUND. . 3:o6 p. m ue............ ti:47 p. m. due .................. ue.".... 4:29 a. m due'7 and 8 night trains. t 34 for further information. J. F. TU'I'us, Agent. jPure i Cents Per ILK Quart !ranywhere in Welsh. Early rr.. Bottles clean and sweet be jlk is put in them. 'Phone 78. --- --~ ELSH DAIRY 5. BENOIT, Manager Rays Was in Lake Charles last [C ly. the S. Hewitt has been appointed ion aster at Oberlin. rece ter : M. B. VanNess it you need cam ian or irrigating wells. hon de Moore's household is rejoic- otyl der the arrival of a new boy. por' !E. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, A ouse and stock we'l boring. and .Hebert, of the Lacasine, was in Kea iI last Saturday on business. per e Sulphur base-ball team w...

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. — 1 September 1905

The Thing We Earn -'itgr rin' high an' tig~ rin lw, An' ti;gKerit' in n ' . tigd ri1' out, An' watchin' the day'is s thy co' :land \\e git w:ht we'lr enrlin' I dan't much doubt, I know therre'es exItilon. Ilret a:n' there; I nltice' them still wh, riv et' 1 turn. But the rule is yt. ;i' 1hi0 rul is :far. \We mighty 1ilt"t g it W.hati'lvrI we etrlli. "I'"h i,""' Iiany : fl1,r. I hite nio doubit. 1s worth s.n4,lt,. 1"r, thall It,. task man ];nt. 111 ' it in :iIn' 1:11in' it out. \VtW mighty l,.tr get tl:, l, t; of it1 ll" u:rgVs. Of ,',hi ", I am wi.li hi' I might sget m 1,0e. An' ,i are you wilhhi' th, aie, I It. Tint jut- the samn,. Its I s id 'f,"',. 'Iltc tzi' w," e iarnll i r e thing w' get. - i il..lt .\ta ul,'l i o. bY ZOE RINEJ1ART ý I n; I } 1 i. 1. 1' Sor}- 1'Y Co. I She wore black drss s with white from collars and cuffs and little ýwhite this aprons. 1er part in Ihi plan of the Sk universe was to 5,-'e the hunlg' start people who flocked from the trains donl into 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. — 1 September 1905

SfTOP, WOMAN! AND CONSIDER THE ALL IMPORTANT FACT That in aellrcess ing Mrs. l'ink ham yoil i' re ','n fidin-r(nut irprtiare' ills to, a ,onilil - awoman wh,' ýSceeri ence witlh \ lwomen's, diseases ('tiV'es ait great many Y 'arS. You can talk freely toa woianill when it is I revoltin. to relate your priirate trou bles to a man - besides a Iman does not undllelr stand-- inmplyv e cause he is a man Alany \womntil suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assist ance, but a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the (qlestions and probably examinations of even their family physician. It i, unnecessary. Without money or pr'ie you can consult a wo man whose knowledge from actual ex perience is great. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation, Women sutlering from any form of femalc wtieaklessare invite d to promptly conmmunicate with Mrs. l'nikhain, at Lynn, Miass All let.ers are received, ooened., ra! o...

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. — 1 September 1905

* . e (iu figill' with you Feed for Harvest! I 4 \V, luive 11o atx .+ to g'lld - justs Feed! Feed! Feed! + JONES BROTHERS FEED STORE. " q.,+*++++4+++++4+ + 4+ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY *it''Il/l''Ir Ol(FICI.ALS. Conuar.,ýnum 7th (oingressional District, A. J. lu'njo. Senator Tenth S ntotrialD)istrict. C(. 11. Drew. .Judige l1,th .ildieial D)istrict. 1'. D. Miller. Distnrlt Attorney, L. It. TIo-s. ('itrk Itistriet (ourt. J. W. g;ardiner. PARISII OFFICIAIS. lRiprecsentati\e ('al'asien Parish. Jno. W. Itohrer. .,. S. Toolner. Sheriff. 1). J. Reid. Asheor ;anld Iteiistrar. C. M. Richard. Coroner. W. L. Fisher, M. I). &ehool lnoard. Dr. I). S. I ,rhins. Prrsiuent. .ILo, \IcNcese, Sec'y and SItpt. A. Rigmnaiden, 'reasurer. Ward (One -\\'. I. Call. Ward '1Tw)-J. 31. ltcoze. Ward 'i'hrecr-Saun Kiaufmituan. Ward Four--1)r. I). S. 'Perkins. W;ard Six-J. M. Nichols. W\ nrd Seven-W. 1'. . largrove. Ward l'ligtit-Josth HIoherts. Ward Nine -IF. Tehert, Jr. Warl Ten-W. ('rieiow. At Large-Jno. McNee...

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. — 8 September 1905

I. CALCAIEU EE 8, 1905. OLUJISE VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905. NtU.E We have just received over 500 pairs of new fall pants and we can fit any man, slim or fat, These goods .are the choice of this season's offerings and are the best ever offered for sale in this town. J. S. GERSON, LOUISIANA. tite of twe Rus~-s Japanese War.* ollowing is a succtinct statement of gains and losses of the mikado dtheczar in the mighty conflict in far East: WHAT JAPANV HAS WON. the mikado's empire has secured a ae among the gr'eat powers of the rld. Japan has wrested from Russia the ntrol of the Laio Tung peninsula, luding Port Arthur, Dalny and the snde and Elliot island, thus at one coke getting revenge for past indig des, and what, to her, are the prime sits of victory. By Japan's victories the empire has eed Russia to concent to the open )or for all nations in Manchuria. A "preponderant influence" in Ko s has been secured, an influence bich admits the right of Japan to y...

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. — 8 September 1905

Fr~e girt ~ct 2routnaI WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., (EL$H, LOUIBIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Fire at \Vewoka, T. T., practic-ally estroyed the warehouse of O. B. Var um. Loss about $1,000. Abraham Lincoln'.s irtlhplace in :entluctly, which was purchased at tiblic auction by Robert J. ('ollier of ;~(w York is to he res:ored and pr( The town of ('.rni gie, in Caddlo 'ounty, Ok., claimns :he distinction of :hipping the first cadr of Ihis year's (room corn, receiin tlhei'refor the >rice of $(;o per on. T'fh Soulh ,MAle lster a'rie of Eagles s planning to erect a threie-story build ng. The two utipper floors will be used or lodge puIi'rposes an Ithe first flor (for business ptirposes. Win. Van Vorhees; was Ikilled by his wife in his restaurant at ''thir ty-second and Hteonon stireets in C'hicaigo. The two were qtaiireling antid Mlrs. Van Vo ]le,ýs fired Ithree shots at her hulsbalnd. The r.eport of Sliiti'or McC'abe of ihe a!ricultural departmniti just made public exonorate.s D)r. Sal...

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. — 8 September 1905

ISIANA NEWS. :. lou ...: ' 'h , te xecuti\tve t o li1' Iar oft Supervis- t ' the l iii :n State nllVersit tly i ,e ov)V( il Ot ti(tre w\itli the h cia ': n 1;1ns l, 1n pr- s..n:: (: OV. . Blanchani, Ir . . I"u" u . o H01 and .' '! Thon) i ly) Boyd (1' e .jeCt 0' "he eetiln" \Was to) ertain posinn- ui the facultyv ided for by th' hlard at its last li. After [ on.lidlttring a nutlmbetr iplicatio n-su. nll' ed by the pres She conllli'' coniCllll d to es- it .1 a dtel)al' lllt' E t he sciencl e , ca a.t of teachini., and selected Dr. ' C, Bennett of Sln .lose. Cal.. to I charge of it. "l ne aimi of this tie- T1 ineat is to offter cust s of ijustlrlc designed t i\vet professionali in t- yolln It1'1n wh() wish to 11 hb as principl t1 professor in a h shool or to hold a position of s  tperintetldtent. i. ennett I it a 11 ive of West Vi'r a; was graduat4ed at the 1Pealbody ) ma! Coilhg at Nashville in IS:' I; )ePd his A. M1. dtiree at the Le- 1. SStanford University. California. 9i. aill...

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. — 8 September 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. Pt'BLISHED EVERY FL'IDAY BY WE LSH PRI NT IN(G COMPANY, LT). A. I. .JONES.............Sec..Treas. and Manager. I)IRECTOuS: A. M. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy B~eatty. F. D. Calkius, C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. .. --.-  -   Entered at the 'ostoattice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905. - -- -samn( The "new era" in Asia will begin to show its results to aver the world at large as soon as the peace basis, interrupted by the war between Japan and Russia, is fully re-estab lished. It may require a year or more to fully re-establish ON the lines of proress which were interrupted by the war, and when re-.established they will be subject to the changed anti conditions which contine Russian activities to the north, h a at least until it can open up new lines of trade communi- that cation to ttake the place of those it loses in losing its P'oi t ha Arthur terminals. In spite of these disturbances, ho%- such ever, ...

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. — 8 September 1905

rSP18al Bargains this week in Clothes Brushes, at Brushes, $ flair Brushes and Combs, Shaving Brushes a nd Whisk Brooms. i Co00Or Hrlg Co. phth.I, §hrD pacific Time Card. EAST BOUNDI). due..... ......... 8:42 a. m. ..e. ......11:51 a. m. .ue 12:3. a. In. S~ ue .................. a. WEST BOUND. sdue.. ......... .. . :.ti: p. m due ..... ....... 4:29 a. in Nos.7 and 8 night trains. i34 for further information. J. F. TUBBus, Agent. Pre 5 Cents Per iU 'I Quart ere anywhere in Welsh. Early Bottles clean and sweet be ilkis put in them. 'Phone 78. LSH DAIRY S. BNOIT, Manager V, Powers was in Lake Charles iof the week. D.C. Iles, of Vinton, was in Cbsrles Monday. C.Brainard, of Jennings, spent sy in Lake Charles. 31. B. VanNess it you need sanor irrigating wells. k Cotton went to Lake Charles sy night on business. hinfal for week ending Sept. 2, !vces. Evaporation .32 se E. Baker of Lake Arthur, house and stock well boring. Sunday Lake Charles defeated hr's base-ball team by a score Mforri...

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. — 8 September 1905

itar Gazing During September Month Uranus and the Cluster of Twinklers 1* '4 1 ')·. · ' v' * . ... F h co. ý QV /ý rY r` 9: WouT Fig. 1-The constellations at 9 p. -m., Sept. 1. It. iSi !the ptur, ly itltumn constella ions wºichlt may bie s.on covering the 'art of the sl:3y itr ing the evenings of epternler. . ltast glitlmpse of the itrikilng sunattmter group Scorpio may ;till be hadl, hlt this constellation is rapidly sinhkiliti Iov: down in the south west andt will sooin dtisaippear for an rDhter year. At the c.,s, of the month the l'teiatdes, ant the Hyades, the first of thel winter .tars. may be seen just aibove the ground in the east. telling up th;tl sNumminr is ind(eed over an(l h'uti wintr is at h itnd. Meanwhile it is i: l's s , strikin. hut n less beauti f't! fti'it :ie tn groups which are with '. flircllty overhead will be seen the brilliant Vega wi t th the Northern Cross A x 4 * a.t,4 M ° . '' . a t Fig. 2-The square in Fig. 1, enlarged, showing the position of Uranus ...

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. — 8 September 1905

ST1E IDEAL WIFE Shapes the Destiny of Men-The Influence of a Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated. even.eightths of tile men in th;)i world ma:rry Swoman bec'aisec she is beautiful in their eve:s becaunsc she 1io, the quali ties which inspi:re admira tion, respect: and love. There is a beau:ty in belth which is inr: at tractive to rien tlhai.i inclre regularity of feat are. The influence of i.onen glorious in the poss:tesiotn of perfect physical health upon men and uIpom the civilization of the world eould never be imeasured. iecause of theta men have attained the very heights of ambition; hetcause of them even tlhrones have been established and de atroyed. Whata disappointr:ent. then, to se the fair vyoung ife'sbeaity fd ing t \vnay before a ye;!r pa.sse1 over, herhead' Asickly, half dead-and-alive w( o m a n, especially when she is the mother (,; a family, isa damper to all j,)oyous ness in the hInme, and a drag upon her husband. The cost of a wife's con stant illness is a serio...

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. — 8 September 1905

" II + Ilet us figure with you F e e d f o r H a r v e s t!a o S rWe have no axe Feed! Feed! Feed! Z JONES BROTHERS * - FEED STORE. _ 4N... * OFFICIAL DIRECTORY I)INTMIIICT OFIFICIALS. Con;ressna:IIn th ('Cngres-ional District, A.'J. Pujo. Senator Tenth Senatorial:District. C. 11. Drew. Juldge ,I :h Judicial Distric,. E. ID. Miller. District Attorney, L. II. Mo s. ' Clerk D)istret ('ourt. .1. W. Gardiner. PARISNIi OFFICIALS. Iceprewsitati'e ('aleLasen Parish. Jno. W. 1tohr-r. .1. S. Tou ,ner. Sheritf. D. J. Reid. A ,esor arid Iegistrar. C. M. Richard. Coroner. W. L. Fisher. M. ID. School lhard. Dr. I). S. Perkins, President. .JIo,. McNcese, Sec'y anl Supt. A. IRigmnaiden, Treasurer. Ward One-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. 1. Booze. Ward 'Three--am Kanfmin:n. Ward Fonr-Dr, D. S. . Perkins. Ward Six-J. M. Nichols. Ward Seven-W. I. lHarsrove. W\ird Eight-Jlo(.ph Rol,:rts. Ward Nine "F. Tehert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. ('riiew. At Large-Juno. McNeec. I'olee Jury. Pr'e- ;cnt, J. C. Lellue. Secretary. ...

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. — 15 September 1905

e .WELCR eftoER . urnaL dE \' WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 15, 1905. NUMB Ne Have Just Received assc(rtment of Men and Youths' up SSU'ITS in all sizes (guaranted to fit and le), which will be sold at a great reduction. tfine line of Stylish Tailor-Made Pants complete assortment of $3.50 to$2,50 Doug )es. NAL ELOHIIINIG STOREllli ". S. GERSON, WELSH, * . *S LOUISIANA. abson's Island, a most interesting places hern tourist is historic Island, where slumber so die's fairest and bravest e from its gruesom history romantic spot, situated in about three miles from ,ity, Ohio, and reached by iutiful lake steamers. The ised during the civil war for southern otlicers and rs with the southern cause. entirely from the outside ss an ideal spot for a prison ny of the brightest jewels n homes were imprisoned sany a heart in the beauti ad bemoans the existence ad. As is evidenced by the adstones in the Confederate Johson's Island has a his p old stockade and block re long since cr...

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