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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 22 December 1905

S _- A SO N6 OT JOY. c.: i F; C-he' nas I ; c. age L Let s-' an) t.r6 I, o f) now., L t Ten W) foe' in ',-q-- -.3 a ca-. er .t Chests ata b., 'erT o:) a, young ' '1 ?ee story S ur fst rl Chstmas3 a. the -va , rrOLD333 WA 6he oldes and ost u'tseu otse m etan lsouey aet n ntse tfe h tat tan h"s) pesn. a the o e tu to thl .t on life's way t , rnw let se-h heart wye pears to heaven For this our holy ho knay ***************** ******** THE first Christmas . Giftwsric ,n AND Cheir Signification. S GOLD. OLD is the oldest an,] most useful of the metals. We can not tell when man first dis 7 covered gold anl made it into ornaments and coin. Damascus, the oldest city in the world, knew and valued it; Egypt and Etruria counted it Precious. Abraham was rich, not only in the patriarchal form of cattle, hut "in silver. and in gold." Tne Israelites, in their flight from Pha raoh. "borrowed" the golden treasures -of their oppressors. Later, they made a golden calf, which has passed into a synonymn ...

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. — 22 December 1905

Is Disease a Crime ? Not very long ago. a popular magazine ublished an editorial article in which _e writer assorled. in substance, that all diase sihouli Lt regarded as criminal. , ainit is, that much of the sickness 'd suffering of rmankind is due to the volation of certain of Nature's laws. But to say that all sickness should be c--ded as criminal, must appeal to overy reasonable individual as radically tiould he harsh. unsympathetic, cl yes criminal, to condemn the poor, Jak, over- worked housewife who sinks wder the heavy load of household cares ad burdens, and suffers from weak sss, various displacements of pelvic oggaS and other derangements peculiar to her sex. h~ruent bearing of children, with its ex KpD demands upon1 the syastem, coupled h-the care, worry and labor of rearing a is famiily, is often the cause of weak Sderangemetnts and debility which are a ated by the many household cres, ..d~be, hard and never-ending work *hlch , tr~er es called upon to perform. Dr. per...

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. — 22 December 1905

T.LOVISQ* OH .STATION CAIRO 0 MERIDIAN " 0 MONTGOMERY 0 MOBILE JACMSONVILL 0 NEW ORLEANS Through Sleeping Car Service NEW ORLEANS to CHICA.GO via St. Louis and; iTHE ONLY WAY" Leavingr New Or= leans every day at 7:30 p. m. ST, LOUIS EXPRESS A Good Train to St. Louis; leaving New Orleans ev= ery day at 9:Io a. m. .\'I Mealls Served in SIuperb. Di)ii ing Cars- 314"a1, .1a Carte. 9(A St. Charles St. * Cor. Gravier.i 'Plhone l\dlil' 3:,i39-L. .\l« ( 'l(,alls, ta. and in ºi iorder Iouns, a i 4~tant man a:er, (!wan 1r wnnmzn ) for this coutn ty and a(ljoniw; a'ruitoiry. Salý.rv $20 auu t xltt s-' ,aid wvctkly: exp4'iX money advanceed. Work pleas ant: pm 'Sitlon perma :e tt. No it, tn:ent (O ex Dereice t.,(l U i red. \V rite at omnce foei mii 1artt(ien ar. and o nclose se I arddressed enivelojie. x) CO., 132: Latke St., (ntiicago, 11). Buy yoe icje fruit anid vt·tctn:bIl s at the Weiaii Meat Market. Physician and Surgeon, WIelsh. La. ()',', ovel. ( ooplerl Drug M 1 , Oitnce Phone, 1;5 Resi...

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. — 29 December 1905

VOLME I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, OUISIANA, DECEMBE 2, 190 VOLUME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 29, 1905. NUM SIGiN&L CLOTEIITG- STORE8'S WORLD'S MOST GIGANTIC SALE, The Store is crowded daily with eager shoppers, who realize the fact that they are buying merchandise at prices lower than was ever offered to the Ieole of Southwest Louisiana before or ever will be again. Our Immense Stock is diminishing rapidly, but there is still plenty for every wise purchaser, so get in lie with the crowds and buy your winter supplies at once, TWO DAYS flORE OF THIS GIGANTIC SALE!! So don't miss it or you will always be sorry for not taking advantage of this opportunity of making a dollar go as far as two will go at any other store. CLOTHING!! SHOES!! GENT'S FURNISHINGS!! Remember this World's Great Sale closes in TWO MORE DAYS. Let nothing keep you away. Be sure you enter the right store. J. S. GL-ERSON, WELSH, LOUISIANA. g _ ~ J Aa A a A ~ h l _ ~ r A *P ' N ' ~ v - . . . ....

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. — 29 December 1905

(z girt Nclt journal W L H PTG CO., L't'd, P*b, WtLSH, LOUISIANA. EVENT,; OF EVERYWHERE. Girard, Kansas, will probably dupil rate the public library building of Waco, which cost $30.000. Thomas IL. Latham has been ap pointed United States attorney gener, al for the district of Indian Territory. David Parsons, a relative of the late United Status ('Consl General Parsons, was recently mutrdered by' Indians in Mexico. Far Eastern iprts are declaring quarantine against Kobe, accotunt of the increasing pervalence of the bu Lonic plague there. Following the prolonged quarantines against Nw Orleans, there is almost a blockade of export stuffs in the ele vators and railway yards. Shil:pin; is also very scarce. A dispatch to the Evening Standard from Constantinople says the Turkish Consul at Batoum reports the Armen ians are massacreing Tartars at the rate of 500 per day. John N. Irwin, former Minister to Portgual, ex-Governor of Arizona and Idaho. Mayor of Keokuk, and head of a v holesale m...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 29 December 1905

grlIt nem year rout, Oh "-,. rindi. ih r-swot o'er hiIL afrn f , :t u , an' ellow a'' '"', I"' l > ,ur chilnu ; th,.ir hopeful -:". t" Il btight l';, \ :,, path o'in:, , who can ," hot lou, ih ,f j'y 1 ithin it there' r i., M . up fir . l- i, 1 it n n ,ow" to ',our kwect inI 1': . b . t )' ! 1 l . t itL. ,rtr ty frintmd, th>  tal. it I t - ,hl. \en y ,.g w , ',, h, tli l, f,"t us n r in g , r i , . , , " t i t l , ' :,l i u, , 1 ,. i t , ,. Sheres tll'i, 'I ill it,' '! + tn l. while wX, i--h. , t O r to i~ i and allt , h i+i 0 , ( II, i s i , It CUod n y ; : I t., us in thi9 the britht oXX PRETTY NEW YEAR GIFTS The following to sily- I'ashio~ned to as are just tihe Ihintts to make for sw Year gifts: A whiskbrofiit ho!t ( Ir Fig. 1 )-Cut v round pieces (f stiff paste(board j inches in 'li at(,tt'r and cover gh with goh!-lr)own thl'nini. Blaste e edges dowvn nlicaily. hlying tih ex ifulness in small :latits. Make two ci'rles of the denimi four thes in dianl ult'. tIurn uInder...

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. — 29 December 1905

RICE PLANTERHS!! Look Over and Stud This Proposition e Have to Offer You!! We have completed arrangements whereby we can furnish you with the JOHN DEERE Line of Plows and Implements that need no Introduction, as they have an International Reputation as the Best Line of Goods on the World's Markets. Call and See Samples. We also have the Only Grain and Fertilizer Drill on the Market that will handle successfully the fertilizer that is used on Rice Lands. It is the World's Re nowne B 'CKEYE G LA SS FEEL) FERTILIZER Shoe or Disc Drill, with or without Press Wheels. In Buyingand Using this Drill, you need not lose any of your rehg ion (on ace uint of the fertilizer corroding. rusting and clogging up the feeders when planting rice and fertilizer. The Bt CKEIE does away with this difficulty entirely and w`iri its use the tendency to clog, choke or pack is effectually stopped. It is a Glass Feeder and, unlike metal, which almost all other drills are obliged to use, is not affec.ted by moi...

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. — 29 December 1905

JUST RECEIVED! ONE CARLOAD 8 *Vzs FA.MO STEEL, COlNER. and for the next Thirty Days we will give some Especially Good Bargains in order to reduce our Stock. Call and inspect them and get Our 8 SPrices, whether you wish to buy or not. Calcasieu Implement Co., Ltd. H IGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid for your Rough Rice. Let us have samples Jeanerette Rice & Milling Co., Ltd. Phlne or write, C. L. RICHARDSON, Jr. : JENNINGS, LA. Our Specialty I SBeef, Iron and Wine I SCooper Drg Co.  .LAA Southern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. 6 due.................. 8:35 a. m. No. l0due ...............11:47 a. m. No. 8 due............... 1:00 a. m. WEST BOUND. ;No. 5 due ............... 3:04 p. m No. 9 due.................. 6:38 p. m. No. 7 due.................. 4:24 a. m. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS. Agent. Good Pure Cents Per MILK Quart Delilvered anywhere in Welsh. Early very. Bottles clean and sweet be to milk is put in them. 'Phone 78. WELSH DAIRY S...

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. — 29 December 1905

NEW YEAR'S CUSTOMS IN CHINA. Ceremonies Held Sacred in the Land of Confucius. " ar-ne-fo-To ... .. Ilaply : ifel. io you; may )il It, i pr'o i l"; liliay your holnora'! , family l+. pi'o~1aroul, and may the .p, of your .1,inC'' q rest content"- is. !!h gist of lht. ('hli nase New Year'.- L er.(tlin. It is (:i lode fronm the wit hlew:-. s,t by t il ani lnet;Sn:r ger, ani. no i;ie is quit sot itn toriant to the (hin e-.n as the first two weeks of th)e NIw Year's festival set son. This irogiiln the last of .I;nualry and c onlinuc:; i ujtIl the nihidt le of February. The ch~ .tlilhu uiman (1f(ssewrt is one o(if the ti:rm--'onor,'d New Year's dell -acies, and t, litir is n1o more coti: plete withouit thii, retlarkabl h concoc tion than art An,,rican Tlihanksgiviug dinner woul!t h, withoit turkey. lHot wiltrs arn off.rerd to the ances tors, whose th il hodl a lidIromiinent place in t'itiia,-",. worship. The fa!ni pies of the wtealrlly usually offer a hog's head (n), of h,, barrel iarie...

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 December 1905

A Heavy Load to Carry. Along with dyspepsia comes nervous ness and genera ill-health. Why? Be cause a disordered stomach does not per mit the food to be properly digested, and its products assimilated by the system. Tho blood is charged with poisons which come from this disordered digestion, and in turn the nerves are not fed on good, red blood, and we see symptoms of nerv ousness, sleeplessness and general break down. It is not head work. nor over phy sical exertion that does it, hoit poor stom ach work. With poor. thin blood the body is not protected against the attack of germs of grip. hronchtis and consump tion. Fortify the bodty at. once with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical )lscovery --a rare combnlation of native medicinal root' without a .article of alcohol or dangcrout habit-forming drugs. A little Iook of extracts, from promf nent medical authorities extolling every ingredient contained in I)r. Pierce'. Golded Medical DIisco %ry '' ill be mailed free to any address on reqtlUest...

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 December 1905

CAIRO * mIEWIA * MONTGOMIERY MOBILE JACISONVIUL NEW ORLEANS Through Sleeping Car Service NEW ORLEANS to " CHICAGO via St. Louis and "mTHE ONLY WAY" Leaving New Or leans every day at 7:30 p. m. ST, LOUIS EXPRESSI A Good Train to St. Louis leaving New Orleans ev ery day at 9:Io a. m. A'l Meals Served in Superb, Din Ing Cars- Meals ala Carte. TICKET OFF CE: Ql St. Charles St. SCor. Gravier. 'Phone Main 3639-L. New Orleans, La. WANTE!'): iwy Chieago wholesale and mail order house, assistant man ager, (ituan or wo(man) for this coun ty and adjoimting territory. Salary $20 and e.xpS,,nus paid weekly; expense money ,auvanced. %\ork pleasant: position perImanilt. N,, investment or exuerieece reqtuired. \\'riteat once for mul p,:rticuiars and enclose self addres"ed envelope. Xt COOPER & CO., 132 Lake St.. C'ici( o, Ill. Buy ?y,ur ice fruit and vegetables at the We; h Meat Market. Jo i i , I. oo or, I. D., Physician and Surgeon, Welsb, La, Office over Cooper's Drug Store. Office Phone, 15...

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. — 5 January 1906

VOLI'ME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUt'ISIANA, JAN['ARIY 5, 1904;. S .IG.NAL CLOTHIING- STORE'S WORLD'S MOST GIGANTIC SALE, The Store is crowded daily with eager shoppers, who realize the fact that they are buying merchandise at prices lower than was ever offered tl the people of Southwest Iouisiana before or ever will be again. Our Immense Stock is diminishing rapidly, but there is still plenty for every wise npurclhaer , so ''ct ill lin with the crowds and buy your winter supplies at once. The Big Sale will be Continued TEN DAYS MORE 2 As I have a Large Stock of Suits, Overcoats and Pants that I will still offer at Greatly Re duced Prices, for the stock must go to make room for my LARGE 0SPRING STOCK which will be here soon. J. S. GIERSO N, WELSH, LOUISIANA. LEDGERS JOURNALS CASH BOOKS DAY BOOKS In fact, a Full and Complete Line of BLANK BOOKS. Let us Quote you Prices. RICA Zý,ýT J'O"3'.RNA2-. I wish to thank my friends for their liberal pat- 2 o ronage the past year and I soli...

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. — 5 January 1906

L~ Ine~ t~ i ~f ýý ~tourn;\l \V ELSISI P ''I' t. 0)!,, T.'t'(I. Pubs. \VELSII.ll - - - - - LA.1~ EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Martial law has b-ren proclaimned IlI Žlo.c.c\e . 'T'ile strike practicalh.y tended \VWednesua.'. Tont Va ughu., conducor on a Santa "Fe work train, was auight Io( weo.en the burmip.rs while making a coupling ut Dough -trt.3, I T, and instantly killed. Because of t ihe Si:. - < n', t ,lon !n Russia. Sec'letlar. Ilo, ' ha, :' cq st, e r[ the lial dilar: lnln' :( ralhe mnasurles for the pr Itc'"!n of Al'r':ait v'l Zens in Si. I','' :slur'. Geor'ge Itegrit.r, alias lied Ioggler, a tough chatact -r fromt Ahlaamna. wa.s found dead on the itreets of Neu\ Orleans Tuesdlay morning weith a bl: let in the back. Seventeen pound, of Iabits, dividled, as Caesar said all (;;uil uied to he. into three parts, fornimetd the utiito gif: with which .\r. YVetta Voslhrant of Chicago p)reparedi t(o prt-ent h!r' lot band ('hristIlma. ('Charters talken out in A:-ter':t states during...

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. — 5 January 1906

WHITE FLAGS UP.A Man _. Bi MOSCOW REVOLUTION IS OVER- Boise ALL SURRENDERED. ficers t f'rme'r PEOPLE SWARM INTO STREETS. His na, .- t rivial It Is Surprising That the Deaths Are wherea So Small in Numbrrs-Scene of ldaylighl Desolation. Iragedc In uite h Moscow, .tan. 1.-White flags flyin wie. from a do/Pn fa.Aooies aind tandenoment lill ' houses of thie I':esna district, whoer., lawii. the revol!,tilnarit' s made Iheir las stand, now hea! r Mite witne-s Ii tht ill'. ed o the i)teretit'" uprisin1 in Mous I. con. The tutine ' l.t lict s nlow o' i)o eupied by troopill, Durirg tihe nig i: li' \1hIt niajori ty of the mlO tll ir lo ih' "fightii l ,l . la ionls" either snu:ri ndered. or all lit I throwing away ltei r armis, etnidlea\ort". tt to escape in the 'ui.S of pe1ce]ltit citizens. Meathers who acted as b, rst ,uard to Iht rt'evl;lilt ioia 'y forc ; ullck to t .i:' ft rcei , and lit' 111' der of this haiidflil esterday mit l: 1 ing furnishe'd Ihe lis, ate of lith s - t 11 gainary d...

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. — 5 January 1906

RICE PLANTIERS!! Look Over and Study This Proposition We Have to Offer You!! We have completed arrangements whereby we can furnish you with the JOHN DEERE Line of P and SImplements that need no Introduction, as they have an International Reputation as the Best Line of Goods on the World's Markets. Call and See Samples. 8 on , , l1, th he ( ir andjt (1 e l l, I ll on the Market that w ill handle d su eifully the fertilizr that is i,,ed on Ri Laid. It i' tie Wº' wL to_ , ii'l t ef tlA feL tii i ' \' Ei'i r ti, .I. i 1) ill, with 0 , ith out itreis W heels. Ill Iu inl d [ in, it i l),ll .. .1 , t. re " d ie 1011 "1ý (li!t Of "he Iet tll/ti 1 1 ol i 'i' (11 '8, i l oggintg p llll f'll 1 ed"n ll) the f eeders pl ti" "l e a( •ell T1 I\dy llt)lll) il ' " t º,,.., ,., , '[ ,,9 ., ., u( i erf( rl ly stopp~ed. It is ,, G las..s _,.. . , ,, ... \ , y ., .. .u ,s w y w ti h ,lfi .,, -, : ....1 ,,,' tL .i 1' t'hle lt( 11(1(114 ' tO l, a i r o e any ' kild.l y o.op.... .t . a (rla eedei aMn...

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. — 5 January 1906

Big Gala Week in Welsh, Jan. 9 to 14! A actions by Royal Amusement Co under tle direct ManageMuent of H. H. Tipps FIVE BIG DAYS FIVE BIG SHOWS FIVE BIG DAYS Tuesda Five Big Shows Electric Theatre. Superior to any ,f its kind. Eluiatioual, M3 ral and elined: Five Big Shows Tuesday Tues a Dwi S o s the highest of Electrical Arits. tihe finest of mechanisiii hroutuhlt ,( our[ doors. Wednesday Five Big Shows Te'"e f" o' alolort. s ', e. orld, Cr,inen tli'thClst.rs and Reptils, gath- Five Big Shows Vednesday ered from all parts o ,f the w o rl d, iut the sec n t o, he· a wl, ee',.ciated. Thursday Five Big Shows Mari e Wolf's Athletic sho. show that has i equal. Physical Culture Five Big Shows Thursday rlur l F D 1W taught and dlemionstrated at every performance. F i 1 IUr ay Friday Five Big Shows ,LaTarantula, The Spider tirl. A study that has perplexed physicians and schol- Five Big Shows Friday Saturday Five Big Shows The Loulisiana Mnstrels. A Laughing. Screeching entertainment...

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. — 5 January 1906

Frost Claims His Onfl illtilie. 'ain! the~ old frost kink; A n t he h ft his seal of wlhits F *ý U1 te ttow'rittg vita by the wausitda wh %%era dit'd lat nilght. tt:1 too, t a nti- l r' hirtl a so t hiU In ith th-i ok n the rnathlea ulf: \\i T n1lll i'!s ae c it h isp, ieal . 'hihse ars mine' t__and he s e ilt sa h r ' l iit 'tstumnt burrs. nh mut. Iii t"nw where' tht .tirr,'l. pity 1\im t in ltartrt~ige t~i mimi :iit whirr N. --\e\u York Sul,. It 1L t i F' rom thre P'th'ied to linns of tne river the country gralually became treeless, a great grassy plin stretching to the horizon and in all this wide expanse there was nit a sptring of minit. There ; were slots altngsi t he ii ver ant its tributary bronkls which should have been the ahi,! tin plat'e of the herb; marshy lowl,mitis the true habitat of nitnt, but ilthe foutr winds either re fused to t to ieg the seeds or they died of hopeless 1nora rlia when they fell, for mint lhad I,ben i eithher tasted nor smelled in Itar!,w. Those...

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. — 5 January 1906

A Trite Saying. It is a trite saying that no matn Is I htronger than his soumach. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med'al 1)isc,\ery strengthens the stomach puts it in s hape to make .ure. r7.1 blood-helps the liver and kidnev~ to expel the poisons from the body and thus cures both liver and kid ney trouble. If you take this natural blood purifier and tonic, you will assist your system in manufacturing each day a pint of rich. redn Itnid, that is ivig, ratingt he bran and nerves. T he weak. nerv,,us. run - down, debilitated condition ohich , ,' mbany people suffer from. i nrually the etlert of poisons in the b:,ool; it is often indicated by pimples or boils apcearlngl on the skin. the face becomes thin and the feelings "blue." Dr. Pierce's " I)icov\erv " cures all blood humors as well as l ei;lg a tonic that makes ono vigorous, strung and forceful. ]I is the only medicine put up for sale throul dru lgbitS for like purpoes. that contsais neit .er alcohol nor harmful habit-forming drugs. and the ...

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. — 5 January 1906

ý'T.IOIS .$STAION CAIRO 0 MERnIDIAN. * MONTGOMERY SMOBILE 0 JAISONVIUL NEW ORLEANS Chicago lim tee Through Sleeping Car Service NEW ORLEANS to CHICAGO via St. Louis and "THE ONLY WAY" Leaving New Or leans every day at 7:3o p. m. ST, LOUIS EXPRESS A Good Train to St. Louis leaving New Orleans ev ery day at 9:io a. n. All Meals Served In Superb, Din ing Cars- Meals ala Carte. TICKET OFFICE: qQ .St.Charles St. IJCor. Gravier. 'Phone Main 3639-L. New Orleans, La. j -- _ mm m ml mm , m . . . . . WANTED: by Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant man ager, (manm or woman) for this coun ty and adioiniug territoiy. Salary $20 and expns;es paid weekly: expense money a. anced. Work pleasant: position permanent. No investment or exuerience required. W riteat once for full particulars and enclose self addressed envelope. xt COOPEII & CO., 132 Lake St.. ('hicago, Ill. Buy your ice fruit and vegetables at the Welsh Meat Market. SZ.,l-' wr p Jolu HR. Cooper, IB. D, Physician and Sur...

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. — 12 January 1906

et I ic 4it _euartnm VOIttMFE VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, .I.JANI'ARY 12, 190';. N'E SIGNIA.L CLOTIIJNG STORE'S WORLD'S MOST GIGANTIC SALE, T'' Store is crowded daily with eager shopIpers, who realize the fact that they are buy.y rhig h e at pi 's loeo tian at ever t ,tver 1 to t e !,~1p i Southlxest Louisiana before or ever will he again. ()ur Immense Stock is dimuinishini~g rapidly, lbut there i still p4Illenty for ev iry ' ev e11 14h-( ' ve, o14 I.i"' t i in lIe i the crowds and buy your winter suppllies at once. 03 The Big Sale will be Continued TEN DAYS MORE As I have a Large Stock of Suits, Overcoats and Pants that I will still offer at Greatly Re " Iduced Prices, for the stock must go to make room for my LARGE SPRING STOCK which will be here soon. S J.S. GE SOR WELSH, LOUISIANA. _ -ý- - 9IL/ ýheC-- -- - __ _ _ ___ ,4ý" ýý LEDGETRS JOURNALS CASH BOOKS DAY BOOKS I; fact, : Fil!! avd Complete, Line of BLANK BOOcKS. I.°t us Quote lou Prices. RP1ELIW 1 ~ Q'C2 a~~T.A....

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