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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 20 October 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WkLSH, . LOUISIANA. EVENTS FROM EVERYWHERE. New York Nationals won the fifth game, securing the world's champion ship. A French machine driven by Hem ery won the Vanderbilt cup on Mine ola course. Secretary Root was officially noti fied of the signing of the peace treaty by the two emperors. New Orleans reported nineteen new yellow fever cases Saturday, five deaths and seven new foci. Charles G. Dawes of Chicago is said to be the probable successor to Sec retary Shaw. America proposes retaliation against Cuba if she enters into a commercial treaty with England. An earthquake shock was felt at Santiago. Cuba. Sunday, stronger than that of Friday or the shock of Satur day. The compositors of St. Petersburg decided to engage in a three days' strike in sympathy with the Moscow strikers. Ratifications of treaty of Ports mouth have been officially exchanged, thus formally ending the war in the Far East. Five steerage passengers swept overboard the Campania las...

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. — 20 October 1905

,y WAR NOW IN PROGRESS IS IN SOUTHWEST AFRICA poRlrvd:C6 's-., ; wrIY JKý'2ý.tCR y ý, avvvýºRr t t 1 SOTI ;: ,' p H* wt T. 4' pl~tWt3N Li a~i m. e. I% D '~'~ n * r sýAcot d~ nIIY wi C .::CdONy l~srR~l SOU~fl MAP SHOWING RECION OF WORLD'S ONLY WAR I k++}f}"NM.4.4 N N+ +4 ir. south wet A ftiera wherc the s ifl thir III \(It iagainst tilt' goveln'lt 1I nft ha- iii I\V*) vear-i j15 lives and c:iaused a total d expenst of nrly $1'il OW,. ors have her n nIa1ssaere1d and rents of trrliýPs an:trnscatledl anghtered. Sn iisastious has e adminint rat ion of (rv. Con that the ;~ai ie has recalled The country is naturally adapted for gierrilla warfare and water is very scarce. European horses call not sur vive in the climate and the native stock is d(epeted. Hendrik W\ithooi. chief spirit in the rebellion, was tortuerly an ally of the Germans. It is related that he became a rebel after his daughter was kid naped by German soldiers and taken to their camp. Twenty thousand Ger man troops are enga4...

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. — 20 October 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. IP'BLISHE) IEVERY FI1IDAY BY WE SIH P I'INTINGS COMPANY, LTD. A. M. ,Joxi :s.......... Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIr.:'urous: A. MI. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy Ikatty, 1'. I). Calkins. C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the 1'ostottlice at Wekh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. S FRIDAY, OTOBER 20, 1905. KEEP POLICIES ALIVE. The recent scandalo)us exposures of the internal affairs of sonme of tne laiirgest life insurance companies have not unnaturally had a serious effect on those who have invest- v ed in those concerns. The disclosures of corrupt practices, I it i. uijd, ha. iiq.uced tran, polic bghllders 9 Ot. their in- c Su~.aruce iapso rather than !io ,":nthitie to pay dividends. s No disclosures that have been made justify such a course. F On the coutrary, the investigation into the affairs of the t companies sh ow that the policies are sound. Policy hold- < ers have bwen cribbed undoubtedly, but the face of their policies are ...

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. — 20 October 1905

Our Specialty ielnoand ine i pr Drug Co.i. t rn pcific Time Card. EAST BOt ND. ue' x:42 a. in. 6d e. .11:;1 a. in. tae ............. ;.12:; a. in. due . ............ \WEST "BOtŽaD. Sue* .............:iý p" ni a due , .....(:47p. in. 9due .. ........... .::29 a. m 05l and 8night trains. Ocne 3}for further informiation . J. F. TUBBS. Agent. Si Cents Per °Y -Quart andywhere in Welsh. Early , Bottles clean and sweet be is putin them. 'i'hone 7M. ELSIH DAIRY SBENIOT. .ManMger ihbn eats of all kinds at the Mest:Matket. May Of Bell City, was a visitor telsh t:Friday. toer ice, fruit and vegetabls at welsh Meat Market. Stocersof:Iowa, was in Lake Friday on business. ;.d B. ,VaiNess it you need ian or irrigating wells. y, Watts ;Tf Jenzlings, spent y here eisiing friends. *.P. Russell Jr., was in Lake les Monday on business. E. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, house and stock weal boring. Shobe e~ ake Arthur .was "a Sineassitor to Jennings Tuesday. ., B. Walling and family went Jenings on Ufe noon...

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. — 20 October 1905

HOWAF .IE - SHIP GREW The Story Whether Hand Sapollo got a more eathuslastlc welcome in homes where Sapolio was an old and tried friend, or where it was a stranger, is a ques tion. Where women had come to rely on Sapollo for rapid, thorough clean ing in every part of the house except the laundry, they commenced without loss of time, to avail of this n;w prize. Grubby little hands, and strained, work worn older ones, whtened, softened, and smoothed out as if by magic, cal! Ious spots dlsappeared, and com plexions cleared. Children ceased their s:renuo:rs objections to the scrub bing up process, because it became a pleasure. It freshened up the hands after dish-washing, removing the most disagreeable feature of that necessary task. It was found to keep delicate baby skins from chafing better than salve or powder, and the crowning note in the song of del'nht came when an adult member of the family used it In a full bath, and realized that a* Turkish Bath at a cost of one dollar was out...

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. — 20 October 1905

Tired, Nezvous Mothers a.ie Unhappy Homes-Their Condition Irritates Both Husband and Children-How Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous prostration and Made Strong and Well. Fio .Ars. Ce /er £2ury Ars as Rvow ilil am ~:. lia u a| m a na nIn m m tIlH A nervous, irritable mother, often on the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care for ehildren; it ruins a child's disposi tion and reacts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to tte fact that the mother has some female weak nes, and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that govern ing chi.,ren involves: it is impossible for her tu do anything calmly. The ills of women act like a firebrand upon the nervyrs, consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration. ner vous despondency. "the blues," sleep lessness. and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement of the female organism. Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness, alternating with ex...

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. — 20 October 1905

SIIihII I Let Ius figure with you on your Feed for Harvest! 4 2 " `\e have no axe to grilld - just Feed! Feed! Feed! •JONES BROTHERS I FEED STORE. ÷ •+• ••+#++4÷++++++++++ i-,q ,- my-ira * rr OFFICIAL DIRECTORY !IS'TRI'(I'T OFFICIALS. ('C iresnmuan 7th (ongressional District, A.... Pujo. Sc ttor Tenth SenatorialD)istrict. C. II. Drew. JudgeI l Ith Judicial District. E. D). Miller. D)itri, t Attorney, I I. 11. M[oss. (Cerk I)itrlwt Court. J. W. (iardiner. I'PAIISH OFFICIALS. lepreenltative Caleasieu Parish. Jno. W. lohrcr. J. S. Tomwer. Sheriff. D. J.1 Reid. Asessor and llegistrar. C. 31. Riichard. Coroner. W. L. Fisher, M3. I). School Board. Dr. D. S. Perkins, President. Juno, McNeese, Sec'y and Supt. A. Rigimaiden, Treasurer. Ward One-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. 31. Booze. Ward Three-Sam Kaufman. Ward Four-Dr, D. S. Perkins. Ward Six-J. 31. Nichols. Ward Seven-W. I. I. Hargrove. Ward Eight-Joseph I:oberts. Ward Nine- .F. Tehert, Jr. WVard Ten-W. Crielow. At Large--Jno. McNeese. Pol...

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. — 27 October 1905

'LUME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER 27, 1905. NUMBER 21. i:I ! sq 'r1, j . :. t i We have a complete line of Stylish Tailor-, Mad~e Suits in All Sizes, made by Union Work-, Smen and guaranteed to fit. The above cut shows, a few of our New Fall Styles now on SALE. ý. ° . ° 'º" LOUISIANA. "fA~5--~ ý i' +,W have arranged with the American Land and Tim y whereby we have the agency of about 18,. of theirlands surround. elsk. We can sell you a from $10 to 815 per acre, cash and give y7u+ pse equal payments on ] payments. Now is tL get a cheap home. Or if Smast improved farmes we * ranging in price from $4 per acre. Write or I son & Carrj Welsh, La. BELT JOURNAL 81 per year elsh Machine Shops,j M. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. MOKESTACKS & BREEClCHINGS Any Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF and Irrigating Strainers, MADE ON SHORT NOTICE. ALL RINDS OF PIPE AND FITTINGS I , o doors from Poetoffe. .. 4MFs Winter Approaches 4wish to call your gattention to OEr line of Heaters...

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. — 27 October 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pty., WELSH, LOUISIANA. Ever realize how much fault is found with you for finding fault with other people? Pride, my son, is that sensation you have when a telegram is delivered at a time the neighbors are looljing. So far as the people in Russia are concerned, the czar's heir apparent hasn't bh en much in evidence as yet. We hate( to say it. but the burden of the conver ation of most of us is: "What I Would Do if I Were So-and. So." "Everybody Works But Father" is a song. Many a father would move to amend by elimination of the third word. The s:raner who demanded cash on a $2,00o.o0,0 check at a New York bank was the real article of frenzied financier. For a man who is determined to go on a spree, the ugliness of his wife's new hat is probably as good an ex cuse as any. That New York young man who "stole for fun" will have a nice quiet time to figure out if the game was worth the candle. Two thousand babies are born in New York every week. And there is a pro...

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. — 27 October 1905

=,L STREET MAN IS BUILDING UP HIS THIRD GREAT FORTUNE m reported silent support of more in stupendous operations in the bu reeoe given to Joseph Ram- stock market. in his fight against George In 1884 Russell Sage and Jay Gould control of the pa railroad, sup- le on account of ab r bate for Jay m brings again rt o public gaze markable Wall a' speculator, who ; , tunes and is , lling up a third 'r :. 9 fortune. f " 5ijtyseven. t London, Eng- * ' " childhood in .t t0 California in t irth parents. ,. th d studying law, , it, and was vely cow punch , paper reporter r.i teacher, milk , and miner Doted to San Fran 11 with $1,00,,Ot he Seamled in mining I rgifliaf City, Nev. Iobued with the sec-[ dive fever then ran Lbecame a curb ge broker in mining ol$0aý a . , h... mnvrA nver~' nut the finishing touch upon him, and Sa 1few months he had made over p Won and married Miss Sarah Dain gld Of Virginia. against the oppo- - din of her brother, who was a fed jV udge at Frisco. Reak in the market...

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. — 27 October 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBILISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY WELSIH PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. A. I. JNE ...........Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIRECTORS: A. M. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy IBatty, F. D. Calkins, C. P. Martin, One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the Postottice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class M il Matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905. • nw n~  m _n .... _ u .. .. . . . .. . . . . . AN OPEN LETTER TO THE HILL FARMERS' OF WESTERN LOUISIANA P4 w Take Acelie MeastUres Againat the Bell Weevil Now. n Shreveport, Louisiana, October 21, 1(95: On the upland farms in the western portions of De Soto, Sahine, Vi'rnon and Calcasieu parishes, the cotton boll weevil has now hecome fairly abundant, so abundant a in fact. as to have kestroyed practically all of the top crop in these sectons,. The weevil also occurs, althoughin t smaller numbers, in the eastern parts of the same parishes s and in C'addo parish, as well as in the western parts of s Red River. Ntchiitoches and Rapides parishes. The '...

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. — 27 October 1905

RIC  I I JOR AL MAGAZI N 1 SECTION. WELSHI, L U'lSIAN.A, l'l uAY, OCTOEiRi 27, 1905.A S 1 TO 4. HOME OF WASHINGTON. gOW I'(ME .\1'.1 l 1ID THE I111 FORRES TOI.I 'II(tX iFI T. 'ER\'SO Historic Place is Now Exactly as it Looked During the Lifetime of Great Statesman-(,eneral Thous ands Visit it Annually. The bell is Il . r. , ,and playing "Nearer 5ly '1) T'e" and the passellgo: , " n ifore thl-3 raise thi ir , t l, fair -xoop of Virginia's . : tt th l .';.m er is passin ' i n i. A prtty custjýn-tl t :! 1t - hoill an!l the playing of' t., ;i:~ i lil, A hush fails on ti r, drkl. , and one \WA.il.N'N, I 'N 1i) 1..\A .\ EI'TE. )From a l':.altin at Mount Vcrnon. feels the tr: ! f ilt rii o:i lin stirrilng the hearits of t. , n , But dio ti ti :-:till. who annually sall (own rtiie l',,nue.IC to visit the stately home of U.,i ;:t Washington lknow that to a winam s initiativi is due the rIt" r ' ii iH , : I r '- 'aion iof the beaut (ti nloint. \',m n of to-day? Away ,a . . i ho,, i ...

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. — 27 October 1905

ATTRACTIVE FLOWER BED. OLD-.FA SHIONED GA;,RDES A FAI V ORITS SI'OT OF MRS. 6 ROOSEVELT. This Corner of the White House Grounds, With its Blaze of Color, Attracts the Sight-Seer. Mrs. Roosevelt's Ol01 Fashioned Gar den, as the gnlltrous collection of Il,"sies west of the south vI 'eraiida of the White I lotse is called, has beeti a ('Oitilnii us ilimass tof .looli andI color' during the suaimmer and fall, lquite different from any of lthe other Govern linIt flo\wer displays. There are many of thelse, sutllloulilig the different de partlmenital building-. tlhe of Ihile Ile :iartilient of Agric.ulture Ic ilig l.arti'l Itrly elaltiorate and ol'ni:ite, ilt it i< the opinion of suIlmer visitl'rs to \\'ashinl, tol that the oil-liime crnir of the mistress of the White lý0e is the ost plleasing of all. At least it sie(lnS to strike the lnairity if fancies, for it recalls the scenes and ti ime.s of ea(:rlier days. This llrt of the White lHouse groundls has alwVays beent devi iteid to fl...

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. — 27 October 1905

MS cZlf e `e/J. , (Y'/ONE77- VI.c QLA5-A N. .,,; ~~1 s~f ~·u$ The old Ind::ln 11 on(n1 1l:l 1,, furtively it i 1I4 lil', ; then cuttered lheil' t l ae l, tl t he th)el1 t}e said. I will tell you of the ()n The Oing w\': :1t hiL e h1irt, ;rt;t1 r thaln ilthe hlu i' I ' Ilite nItl. Its body was like the eagles, and its witirs were lng ' ' tlian the till.t. pines. Its fat,' \\as that of all In dian, but t.tt teI4 wiit Il r1l cAllt,, and its fet , \ .re wi\ c t l. Its: nIi. as deep downtt ill the ,ottoml of the l e ou111 ill l e c:!it r, . di t tl ,'e nest rushell al ,lttf tile t wtlters wlich ill the lake. '1'1tre :ire 110 rivers to fed the lake, only the wat ' fron the Olig's lieS. All tit' waters fow back neart the litoti. illl grel''lt IllldeI' sweepS. 1111(1 :1ft141 pasMi: lg thrlugllhi the meshes of the lit'st alle st" nt forth ngaill Evi er pltllia t i1 hirdl :111i(l :l i lia thalt gets into Illt'Ce uinutler-c1ur' rents, f1ld ,-1O l1tt'1 q eveil til lt 'eli trout are sw'lt ...

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. — 27 October 1905

less s.... e u. .......u..........u...... sees...rssaee.eseasesnsuu ewsuuu umo1·numew= Basket-Willow Growing INDUSTRY BEING FOSTERED BY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. BY ELLIOT I MITCHELL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..esesaseasesesseesesagessssgggsae~gagtaBA 'I HI. Isii t C is ~ ti'' ii I i It thatt titll stti' 1't SItI Iit l 11f I'i"ý 11 t it' i I Os sil IIS ih i :ll ISI s XX I i I U11 t' si I't iii It II11 tl11L II I1ti II it, I!It 1.ll c ii;ll 1-il iII1lIt UI' _11 .I'fI I·;III1. '(i` lit lc'l'l ill (' , ý 1' 1:11, :11t h? Iii i ii Ihi' i 1 i 111Is'1 n t iI. II I: \11i111l'\ XX it I' I til't \" '- II: Itis\'s list.l iii hlll s t ii11 it1 ts \ llis'II 1i111:illts tsiis'i $111\\' land;1. :1 ;11 t1 t11 ýi \ \"I;:' ll 1 '1111 :I'ilt ;\ltlc illl l jltl ll 1 111 Ito1 4 1 i ; '1II1' llt the tac,( (t' fif1' i (I(Il 1III -11 i I I1 :Ii'f I Itll ii 111 iit l qt : \' f'l Itlt liii"1l I,:I\'(, III, liilf ai-~ v, *1eý, Peeling, I . r V111ý 11[ Bh' t Work. -- s-a Pe 1ii \Vill7w I'-...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 27 October 1905

ur Specialty f hmilron and Wine i Agr Drug Co.i Pacific Viime- CnrI. 4:AST BOUND. ~ .--· . · . 8:48 a. In. .. .. ..' ' . ..11:51 a. m. 12:59 a. in. ýi WST BOUND. du : ,, 3:06 p. m : date.,..,: ... ..... ........ p.. i n .. :4 p. im d . :......... 4:29 a. in ' "d 8 night trains. l s pa,further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. y.ddue Cents Per Quart - si'ere in Welsh. Early ,. otties clean and sweet be agjpuzij bthem. 'Phone 78. WELStl DAIRY 6. l-  ,j Manager Rice Bra nd Polish at s Bros. IilipCoverdaai..ýame in on the train Sunody. fresh meats of -qL kinds at the alsh Meat MarIe t. PF.D. Calkins w inc Lake Charles business Monday. Buy your ice, fruiitd vegetabls at Welsh Meat Maiet. ee M. B. VanNes.. it you need ian or irrigatkbnig.~ells. Irs. Thos. Stegal was. shopping in toWD Tuesday,.e:his week. See E. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, house and stock wel.bboring. liss Belle Millg,Iwr tothes school Rice, was in town . urday shop Paney skirt and waist gwods for fall winter wear just i:...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 27 October 1905

PRACTICAL 1lYGIENE The Proper Care of the Body . . . . . . . Healthiest Region in the United States. In looking abotl fir a si:t for the projecteod liht an state s-ianlitarinol for co.nsu pii: l'iVts, the liscovery has been miadl, that the nortlhern I ;rt of the lower ptninula of Mlichi'an is the healthiest lat of the l nit-di States. This is noit gess workll iilut ' rested parties, bult Iht, verdii.t of  l:e United States cor.iis It will astonish illany who have h.ard the clainte, madei for the Maine wo, s. th Adi ronldacks. the 1mountainl roi;:ns of North Caro lina and (;orgia;, for ('torattdo, Cali fornia, Arizona. New Mexico. to hear that the t o;ls f th e onsis hureant demolnstrat :halt thea I p;ini ibeloings to Michigan. Frerdoim from consumption being the first con:idihration, the board havin rith intiiquiry in charge foundl th;t of th .' nine t'ergistratilon states (where roezistration of deaths. with the caust is oldigaatory'), Mi('hi gan stand, lowest on lthe list, with...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 27 October 1905

i, L. DOUCLAS •A " 3.* SHOESM W, L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line ennot be equalled at any price. ALL piCESS ORLD II W.L.DOUGLAS MAKESAND SELLS MD RE MEN'S $8.50 SHOES ThAN Ar THER MANUFAOTURER. f0000oo REWARD to anyone who can $ disprove this statement. W, L Douglas $3.50 shoes have by their ex. aleat style, tans fitting, and superiorwearing ilaltoles, achieved the largest sale of any $3.50 hs l the world. They are just as good as thse that cost you $5.00 to 57.00- the only lagrence is the prlce. If I could take you into y efctory at Brockton, Mass., the largest in hs world under one roof making men a fine tJe, atd show you the care with which every p~ olouglas shoes Is ismade, you would realize why W. L. Douwlas $3.50 shoes are the best shoes produced in the world. If could show you the difference between the hesh asade In my factory and those of other akes, you would understand why Douglas 3.50s shoes cost more to make, why they hold thir shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 27 October 1905

SEED! OATS. * B T 4 SEED!! iPure Texas Red ! JONES BROTHERS - * FEED STORE. ,*.* na* mn+an+*4*nn*u *44 *i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY I' INTfRICT OFFIIIALS. Courressmnan 7th Congressional District, A.'J. Pujo. Senttor Tenth Seltoriall)istrict.: C. H. Drew. Judge 1.th Judicial District. E. D1). Miller. District Attorney, L. H. Moss. Clerk Distriet Court. J. W. Gardiner. PARISMI OFFICIALS. Representative Calcasien Parish. Jno. W. lRohrer. J. S. Toomer. Sheriff. P. J. Reid. Assessor and Registrar. C. 31, Richard. Coroner. W. L Fisher. M. D. School Board. Dr. D. S. Perkins, President. Jo,. MIcNeese, Sec'y and Supt. A. Rigmaidea, Treasurer. Ward Ono-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. M. Booze. Ward Three--am Kaufman. Ward Four-Dr, D. S. Perkins. Ward Six-J. MI. Nichols. Ward Seveu-W. It. Hargrove. Ward Eight-Joseph RIoberts. Ward Nine -F. Tebert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. Crietow. At Large -Jno. McNeese. Polce Jury. Pre::i lent, J. C. LeBlue. Secretary, J. W. Rosteet. Treasurer, A.'lligmaiden. Ward One-John Chaumont...

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. — 3 November 1905

VOLUMIE VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, NO()VEMBER 3, 1905. NUME 22. i l We have a complew line of Stylish Tailor Made Suits in All Sizes, made by Union Work men and guaranteed to fit. IThe above cut shows a few of ; ur New Fall styles now oiln A [E. J. S. GERSON, wLAHsA. Illll0 o0 I00 000 We have arra nled with the North American Land and Tim berecompany whereby ae hI;'ve secured the a;en'" of a,<nt I<.. 000 acres of their lands s: rr'Izand ing Welsh. We can sell ,on a Q farm from l10) to $15 ,per' anc'e, rc one-fourth cash and -ive you n fiye years equal p lymnlts ) e. +a deferred Ipayment5. Now .is ;t1(' , time to get a cheap home. Or if o you want imlproved ;farins we + have them ranging in price fr 'in $2.5 to $40 per acre. Write or + call on Robinson & Carr Welsh, La. Ti The RICE BEL'.T JOURNAL $1 per year F *OO@SSOseoeeesee.o.oooooeeae.0o.eoeoeooo*oooooooo Welshi Machine Shops,! X. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINiGS Any Size or Guage,...

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