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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 29 September 1905

IN THE BEST OF HEALTH SINCE TAKING PE-RU.NA. . 0 0 LENAPE-RUNA CURE Mrs. Lena Smith, N. (iherry street. nor. lIne, Nashville, Tenn.. writes: "I have had poor health for the past four years, pains in the back a nti groins, and dull, sick headache. with bearing down pains. "A friend, who was very enthusiastic about Peruna Insisted that I try it. S"I took it for ten days and was sur prised to fland that t had so little pain. "I therefore continued to use it and atthe end of two months my pains had totally disappeared. "I have been in the best of health *ince and feel ten years younger. I am very grateful to you." C4tarrh of the internal organs gradu ally saps away the strengthe strength, under -nines the vitality and causes nervous ness. IPeruna is the remedy. SARCASM OF DEAN SWIFT. Hu mor In His "Rules and Directions for Servants." There was a servant problem when Dean Swift was alive just as there is , to-day, and he died in 1745. in his "Rules aid Directions for Servants" e' wrote: ...

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. — 29 September 1905

This Is What Catches Me! 16oz.--Ovrc-Third More Starch. Q ~ A... FULL *POUND S for 10f No premiums, but one-third more starch than you get of / , other brands, Try it now, for S/ ^ hot or cold starching it has no { equal and will not stick to the iron, 8AVE THIS AND WAIT UNTIL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 AT 9 O'CLOCK SHlAltI A MIGHTY PURCHASE---$150,000 Worth of ,lot,ing and reedy to wear t:iilh.r made garments for men, wo,:l a:nd children. to be distributed it the hoetes of the people at prices lower thian thie actral ',ost of the raw material. Sale to tl.te p]tte it Houstont, 1.eae. at Fantlin and ''Texas A.ele :i Ar.Xiory Bldg.) SPECIAL NOTICE-' he New York and St. Louis Consolidated Salvage Company. St. Leuis, M1., bought the entire $150,00t,.0: f;all and vinter storlk of (;..U . listrot & Co. Every HIloustlon shopper knots t the dependtbility of t:l' merclhadllise l:ri. iy this firm. The entire stock to be marked in plain figures. :achi ai:d .veir'. purchaser is assured absolute...

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. — 29 September 1905

* ,+4*++,+f~ff f~f+NN4* TI Let us figure with you (on your Feed for Harvest! I S We havenoaxe n S to grind - just 4 Feed! Feed! Feed! ,+ -i SJONES BROTHERS f FEED STORE. OFFICIAL DIlUChitfT DINTIIICT OFFICIALS. Congressman 7th Congressional District, A. J. PI'jo. Senator Tenthi Senatorial'District. C. H. Drew. Judge 15th Judicial District. E. It. Miller. District Attorney, L. I1. Moss. Clerk District Court. J. W. fGardiner. IPARISII OFFICIALS. Rtepresentative Calcasieu Parish. Jno. W. Rohrer. J. S. Toomrr. Sheriff. D. J. Reid. Assessor and Registrar. C. M. Rlichard. Coroner. W. L. Fisher. M. D. School Board. Dr. D. 8. Perkins, President. Jno, McNeese, Sec'y and Sntpt. A. Rigmaiden, Treasurer. Ward One-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. M. Booze. Ward Three-Sam Kaufman. Ward Four-Dr, I. S. Perkins. Ward Six-J. 31. Nichols. Ward Seven-W. IL Hargrove. Ward Eight-Joseph Roberts. Ward Nine- -F. Tebert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. Crielow. At Large-Jno. McNeese. Polce Jury. Preidlent, J. C. LeBlue. Secretary. J...

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 October 1905

LUE Ib~e LIeft CAUrnIArm, VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER h, 1905. w jjA ftr AA w - - IN MR 18. We have a complete line of Stylish Tailor *Made Suits in All Sizes, made by Union Work men and guaranteed to fit. The above cut shows a few of our New Fall Styles now on SALE. J. S. GERSON WELSH, SJ S. 9ERSON, LOUISIANA. I,~~r BOTH TERMS OF COURT GO OVER Attorneys Agree to Postponement of District Court to Oct. 23 and Circuit Court Will Not Convene Until Dec. 11. As we anticipated, district court at his first session of the term today, Oct, 2, agreed on recommendation of fr bar to adjourn until Oct. 23, three weeks from today. A large majority of the bar was lpesent this morning when court was alled to order and Judge E. D. Mil le at once laid the matter of post oning the session before those pres let There were speeches pro and con, some of the attorneys holding that much of the business could be tranacted in spite of quarantine rem Slatlons, but the lawyers finally de d...

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. — 6 October 1905

( t g i f V t nuna WDLBH Pro CO., L't'd, Pub., WIELSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS FROM EVERYWHERE. A 'A Marnsvillo. 1. T.. MasLons are btl!d ing a lodge o1r templ. B; Lawton. Ot.. lP Ibians are arranging to build a 1'.ytiian termple in that city. A tin box fill(-d with p\wder of some kind was found under the staircase of the hotel in which a coalition of lead ers were meeting at BudIa P's. to N(gotia'iOns !or real (sai gn which to erect one of the larget.t bag mill in th the South are going on in 1)alla y s by the Fulton hia ('onpany. Alderman Walter Vaughan of Mor- r gan was eiceted lord mayor of London i for the ensuing year. IMr. Vaughan is li a septugenarian ban ker and bachelor. h Smith ('ollege. Northampton, Mass., has been offterid a million dollars top move to .Joli(et, Ill., and is taking the affair underl seriolts consideration. Several of the wealthiest and most influential businmess men of Chickasha. h( I. T., pIractically enttted ito an agre-i ment to Iuidl a $0,0001 hotel in ...

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. — 6 October 1905

ACKERS LOSING.. -MURRER TO THEIR PLEA IN ABATEMENT SUSTAINED. SEVELT'S WORDS DECIDED. he Indictments Are Held Valid-The packers Ordered by the Court to Plead Next Thursday. Chicago. InI.. Sept. 30.-Federal edge Otis Hlumphrey yesterday sus. lined the dcilurrer filed by United tates Distrier Attorney Morrison to te plea in abatement made by pack rs to have inditi mrnt r declared void. The dofenlan.t were ordered by the ourt to plead Iiox Thursday morning, he pleading ito b,. iaken up in argu tent before .u111d Humphrey by the ollowinSg Mm lay. One of thye Itint in the pleading wbich attra' .1 consiiderable atton ion, and whi.ic: it.i. c nmrt declared had riven hintm ,, dIflt-'lthy was in re tard to the righ! of Judge S. 11. Bethea :0 receive the return of the indict ment. It was arguel by the defense that he was sitting in the eastern division of th1h Northern district of Illinois, anl received an indictment voted in the :i niern divisioni of the Northern dist ric: of Illinois. T...

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. — 6 October 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVEIRY FRIDAY BV WELSH PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. A. M. JONvEs.......... Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIRECToRs: A. M. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy B*atty. F. D. Calkins, C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the Postotlice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FaRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1905. -• i "'e, of Chieaý,, .deserves credit for the pro SMayor Dun 's in his eruiade agaipst gambling. One gress he has ma ' steps was the dri,ng of dice games of the most importan, as. ,o travelertlpts failed to no from the hotel cigar stan, "',rd iinto these jaes by the tice the crowd of young men hope of a luIky throw. ",t ye.. thw fact that These games are made still more atti ,il entrtain the pretty girls ofteq 1preside Over the games l . ance. ipatriis. No line can he drawn between gam. throw* of The making of money by a turn of a card or by "' ,n the the dice is demoralizing and it is easier to stop it w" .'rb playing is for small sums or for merc...

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. — 6 October 1905

Our Speciafy I Bee, Itn aWi Nýe iCaoopr Drab Co.: SutbcrU Parlic ¶bihie Canr. EAST UlOTJN-. 0,6-.e `8427'&. in. No.8 due- - 3 ·6!'· o Po,9due-......-....'..... :4ýp...m. loo due .-.- · ...- . .... t47.: r Nos ? anod 8 ;n ht trains. phone t (Or further linformaiion. J. .'TUrBnS, rkent. WS4PufC CentsKkr MILK ,Quart 1 tered *,yj'.4ve ir_ .Welsh. Gl.arly djjiery. BEItUie6 pleat: and sweet be e, milk is pet iutm .hel. 'hbose i8. WELSH DAIRY £g L T,9C er IMrr ley your iee, 'frut sid 'vertb. s at b Welsh caut fai'ket. ip. Wale (td 5endi~ags, ,was in piSurdaf. R. L. Craig was inm Ske, Chat1tl on hisess Friday. CLE. Meyer was in .LIenniegs 1ast hidav on buanesa. Fsh meats of all Iaitinds ,atrthe Welt Meat hIrket See M. B. Vanlfees 't you -eed nor irjigatiug wd4ls. C. P. Martin made a trip ito I aike on buiines, Tuestay. Ward Anderon visited w'ith friends Jensings the first of thenweek. See . E. Baker of Late .Arthv , hosse and stock wet boring. Orria indersoa of Jemeiius, .spent daj'.th ...

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. — 6 October 1905

Back to "Caj #: - - -----------------------------~------ The ~nmmer girl upon the beach Iter Iihapely figury shoas In bathing suits of many hues And elongated hos. Shea' the life of every flunctin, She's tha joy of every set. And h~r hand is pledged in marriaL,. To 'most every mian sh'"'. met. But when the season ; o*zr At the teashore and the glen This dainty url tiiur \'vanlshe Till summer inoes again. And you wonder what's bccom:i of her, Your Prstwhile summer mash, Who in a hig department store i I [r "ths shrill' calling "l'-A-S-11"'" --Ed. W. Dunn. I l 000 00 00o -(1fil ý u ý vQ ý ('";,!i ii. ?l LO Daiy'St ry Pil) ln. If anybody's name ever was a mis it's wine. Be:ulah mneans ' arril'ied,' I I'um an (ol maid--quite a little £y and almtos t lt. More polite, I ppose, to say Ibacihelor maid, but I lieve in calling a spade a spade. hoe\er wrote that hymn about w'eet Beulah land,' ought to see what ad of land mine is--rocks and birch id that dreadful frog pond. I can't ea make m...

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. — 6 October 1905

1 Cs IF IT'S C 11ILLS VOU H1AVE, IT'S 1 OXIDINE d It i U sold under an ABSOLI'TE GUARANTEE, and if you aro aot cur'.d your druggist will retund your amone). ladle In regular and tasteless fornms. bold by all druggists for 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE. You wil will find a large number of Imitations which the manufac turers claim are the Fame au OXIDINE. We caution you against such statements. There is only one OXIDINE and ae are the sole ua nufacturesr. These rmitators are merely trying to sell their cheap inutatnonu on the strength of Oxidine's record. Su$1000 IN GOLD trace of Arsenic, Strychnine, torphine, or nyl other poisonous or Injurious drugs In OXIDINE Patton-Worsham Drug Co. MANUFACTURERS DALLAS, TEXAS and MEMPHIS. TENN. Dainy5,Coisp, Dressy Summer Skirt s are a delight to the refined woman every where. In order to get this result see that the material is good, that it is cut in the latest fash:ion and use Starch in the laundry. All three things are import ant, but the last is absol...

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. — 6 October 1905

e *.++ ++++ ++4*4**4 i 21 Let us figure with you S on your Feed for Harvest! Wehavenoaxe a S to grind --just : t Feed! Feed! Feed! i JONES BROTHEiRS I FEED STORE. OFFICIAL DIIECTORY II INTRIC'T OFFICIALS. Congressman 7th Congressional District, A. J. Pujo. Senator Tenth Senat)rial:District. C. H. Drew. Judge 15th Judicial District. E, I). Miller. District Attorney, L. H. Moss. Clerk Dibtrlct Court. J. W. Gardiner. PARINH OFFICIALS. ltepreseutative ('alcasieu Parish. Juo. W. Iohrer. J. . 'r. Toomer. Sheriff. D. J. Reid. Assessor and ltegistrar. C. 31, Richard. Coromer. W. L. Fisher. 31. U. School Board. Dr. 1). 8. Perkins, President. Jno, McNeese, Sec'y and Supt. A. Rigmaiden, Treasurer. Ward One-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. 31. Booze. Ward Three-sam Kanfman. Ward Four-Dr, I). S. l'erkins. Ward Six-J . 1. Nichols. Ward Seven-W. 1. Hargrove. Ward Eight-Joseph Itolerts. Ward Nine- -F. Tehert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. Crielow. At Large-Jno. .McNeese. Polce Jury. Pre4i !ent, J. C. LeBlue. Secretary. J...

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. — 13 October 1905

U,11E VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, O()'TO(BER 13, 1905. N\'MER1 -. 8 e have a complete line of Stylish Tailor lade Suits in All Sizes, made by Union Work aen and guaranteed to fit. The above cut shows few of cur New Fall Styles now on SALE. J. S. GERSON, LOUISIANA. +O'©0++0+0 I iiiii A PIANO - That I would like to trade for a Horse and Wagon SEWING MACHINE TO TRADE FOR A. PONY. In fact if you have any Horses, Cows or Land - to Trade on Pianos and Machines, write S ITH S USIC TORE LAE. CIEABRLES- - k ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ | IImI~I •riir i II||manl - **************************************0**0********* Welsh Machine Shops, M. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINGS5 Any' Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF 0 Oil and Irrigating Strainers, i MADE ON SHORT NOTICE. ALL KINDS OF PIPE AND FITTINGS • Only two doors from Postoffice. ** **OOO*OO*******OOOOOOOOO******* le*OO*O Rice Farers, Atteutioul We are now prepared to furnish you with the best bundle forks on the market, and als...

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. — 13 October 1905

KIDNEY TROUBLE DUE TO CATARRH, ;N.1. HERTZ. The Curative Power of PE-RU-NA in Kidney Disease the Talk of the Continent. Nicholas .1. lIert. Mteniber of A neient Order of \I' rkuiucn, (Capitol Iodge, No. I IF, Pearl Street Hotel, Albany, N. ' :write.: "A few months ago I contracted a heavy cld which settled in Imy kidneys. andl each tilme I was exposed to inclelm ent weather the trouble was aggravated until finally I was unable to work. "After trying many of the adver tised remedies for kidney trouble, I finally took Peruna. "In a week the intense pains in my back were much relieved and in four weeks I was able to take up my work again. "I still continued to use Peruna for another month and at the end of that time. '.wa.s perfectly well. "I now take a dose or two when I have beea exposed and find that it is splendid to keep me well." Hundreds of Cures. Dr. Hartman is constantly in receipt ,of testimonials from people who have been cured of chronic and complicated kidney disease by Pe...

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. — 13 October 1905

ton fac ories' in Lancashire gh thread in 'ix seconds to I the wor1d. igb a man behcaiise he is rich. 5e as :)o r a;; you are some yer of AMd,-n. ()1;.. 40 miles Fr. fo:lnd :1 numther of pho in a goold s!at, of prlserv\a bad bte! ;:arried to his farm ,cent trn:ilo at Sn: der. - - I TRACE MARK. Jacobs Oil many, man' years has cured and continues to cure RHEUMATISM NEURAJ.QIA LffaBAGo BACKACHE SCIATICA SPRAINS BRUISES SORENESS STIFFNESS FROST- BITES Pr:', 25c. and 50c. ,L. DOUCLAS &o0 300SHOESMN Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line Inot be equalled at any price. ALL orcr, asato July 6, 1870. ga $ ,850 Es kAN $10,00 REWARD to anyone who can SIvUv disprvNe this statement. L.asgias $3.50 shoes have by their ea iat4eeasy fitting, and superior wearing lMiiaaeived the largest sale of any $3.50 SI t world. They are just as goodas t ht-cost you $5.00 to $7.00- the only imis the price. if I couMld take you Into Ibatry at Brockton, Mass., the aIsrest In -M under one roof making men as fine show you...

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. — 13 October 1905

TENhAYS SPECIAL FALL OPENING SALE TEAS'L At WALLING'S, Welsh, La. Beginning Saturday, October 14th! We will offer you SPECIAL PRICES for TEN DAYS ONLYI Our GREAT FALL STOCK . of GOODS has arrived. We have one of the Largest and Best Up=To=Date Stock of Fall and S Winter goods that has ever been shipped to Welsh. We have all the New Up-To-Date Wool TUU Dress Goods in All Colors, we ask that you come and look at our line before you buy your Fall and Winter goods; so we offer you the opportunity of the SPECIAL TEN DAYS SALE, that you may buy your Fall and Winter goods at Prices that will pay you to attend this Sale. PRICES ONLY GOOD FOR THIS SALE. LOOK AT THESE PRICES! Lonsdale Bleaching sale price ............ oc One lot extra fine all wool, size 4 to 8, fine all wool, Best made, worth 'eg'ular 68-in(,ll Turkey ed Table in all the Leading; colors worth regular $2.00; sale 10c(l; special sale price..8c Damask worth 40c; sale worth regular $3.50; sale price ................................

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. — 13 October 1905

SOur Specialty SBeef, Iron and Wine " SCooper Drg Co. - SoItern l'arifh '*r*l ('.id. EAST nOUND. 0. 6 due ................... . :42 a. in. 0,. 1due.... ........ 11:1 a. n. go 8 due...... .... ... ...1 ý.:i a. In. WEST 13HOtD. go.5 due........... . ... p. m111 go,9 due... ....... ..... R:4" p. m . o.; due ............. .. 4:29 a. Nos. 7 and $ n'ni,,ht trains. pone 34 for further intformation. J. F. TUBUSn, Agent. (od Pure Cents Per MILE ,OQuart Delivered anywhere in Welsh. Early dlivery. Bottles clean aod sweet be re milk is put in them. T'lhone 78. WELSH DAIRY 5. BENOIT, Manager ------ F, M. Clark was in Lake Oharles Friday, C. E. Carr was in Lake Criarles Sunday. Oscar Fulton was in Jennings Sat nday on business. Freshmeats of all kinds at the Welsh Meat Market. Howard Clark came over to Welsh o business Tuesday. Buy your ice, fruit and vegetabls at the Welsh Meat Market. C.P. Martin and family went to ike Charles Mond ay. See M. B. VanNess it you need atesian or irrigating wells...

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. — 13 October 1905

Sgir Elt urnl WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., LBSH, LOUISIANA 'li football face will now he added h llundu(latinig fa'!rlre'S of our courn t French scientist says we shall all living in glass houses soon. Most us are already. 'All great trrn are cheerful. says a t ltelmpora()r';a y. In otheltr Woirds. i .'at to I e clibelrfll. Mrs. Frank l.tslie -ays that U(I!: n otidt not marry rbefore lhi'y are .s (d iany of thet do ( i'. Pots ar'o (wrifing sonne:s n Iln the mmercializing of Niagara F'all. mllething will have to ,ive. There is this difference lht ween easure and lapp)l)in('es-: ono is a brass tad, tie l other :hlo song of a bird. If a cmrset will inmpro(e the rear ele ition of a hiumi shoultl(red nman. lby 1 means encourage hintll t wear it. W'hen t he Russian (i sudlastsvecnna Houmla mnlh(ts no time shoulold be lost 1 introducing a bill to change its i ame. I A flawless 40;-carat diamond has peen found near Johannesburg. i )rc'pl'ed by sile carl't ess at rIti s irobably. It is ann...

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. — 13 October 1905

SHOCKING CONDITIONS IN THE ARMY' Preponderance of Diseases From Immoral Habits of American Soldiers in Philippines. al R. IM. O'IQtilly of !he army has sub- s mitted an texhia' Uive ri:p;rt n te h health conlditi,,nP of the army to See- It retary Taft. "'he rport says that the it enlisted t r'!!:nih :t the army as s shown upon the monthltlly sick report was 58,740 and ,,n returns of the mnil- fi itary secretary; 60.139, and calculations a are made upon the latter figures. There were 2,.2t'16 "admission to the 2 sick report" riuring the year, 4m;. deaths from all causes, and 1,:377 dis- s charges from ,li;ability. The figures, s he says, sho,.v aI and progressive t improvei'mentl in the health of the armY. The report 's.i s ,hat by far the niist I important ,lisea:.r;. aff'ct lig the ef. I ficiencY of h' arnmy dluring the year have been thloi r1' sltIing from ilmmmor al habits, which cat'sed 16 per cent I of all admisiion. This class of disease I advanced from third toi first pl)cc...

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. — 13 October 1905

L~et t fiiure with you~ on your , Feed for Harvest! \Ve have oe axe to grinl(- just :Feed! Feed! Feed! SJONES BROTHERS FEED STORE. * o OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Sl1lSI TRI("l' 1FFICI('Ikl,. .:;, 'r,--uiI ;ith ('Inl C e$ i,)e al I)istrict, A. J.. I'uJo. e-t;':or T'nth i S .natriallºlistrtet. C. If. Itrew. Jtlt :,tit ,Ubdicial I)istrict. E. I 1*ldhir. hisntr t Attorney, I.. It. 'do . C.erk iistric t ('Curt. 1. W. Gtrdinuer. rit RISI Oi'FIC''I It. ]Dpre-ntaitive Calhasiun Parish. Juo. W. iohrter. 1. . JoTtier. Sheriff. 1). J. lid. .Assetsor aid lregistrar. ('. 3I, Richard. Cormoner. W. L. Fisher. 21. D. School :'~tard. 1)r. I). S. Perkins, ]'resident. ,|11n, leNeese, Seey nd Supt. A. Ilti: aiden, ''r.easurer. War] One-W. J. Call. Woar Two-,J. 31. Booze. WarIl Three-atu Kautfman. Ward F,ur--Dr, I). S. lPrkins. Ward Six-J. 3I. Nichols. Ward Seven-W\. . . [arirove. Ward I.iL.ht-Josteli lnlierts. Ward Nine- -F. Telert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. ('rielow. At I:ar.e-.Tno. MJcNeest. 1'olce .1 try. Prei :int...

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. — 20 October 1905

VOLUME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, )('TOBEI 20, 1905. NUMBE )8 .. ro 4 We have a complete line of Stylish Tailor J. S. GERSONo L A. -++=+++++++0 I 1.A.VE A PIANO That I would like to trade for a Horse and Wagon - SEWING MACHINE TO TRADE FOR A PONY. In fact if you have any Horses, Cows or Land Sto Trade on Pianos and Machines, write SSMITH'S MUSIC STORE, LAXE OBLARLES_ Welsh Machine Shops,[ I1. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINOGS Any Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF .0 Oil and Irrigating Strainers, - MADE ON SHORT NOTICE. * ALL KINDS OF PIPE AND FITTINGS , OIFl two doors from Postoffice. 0 NN""""..., oo ."""OO"O0O....o..OOOO.O.. ....OOO ** Rice FP ers, Atteution! We are now prepared to furnish you with the best bundle forks on the market, and also anything in the line of sack needles, lampblack, marking pots, mnrking brushes, Sack Twine and Bag Trucks. The Iarse flamie Co., liite, !'= - TIHE RIOGlT PLACE. Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, - Glassware...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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