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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 29 August 1902

S4.J. T. WALKER. Puhleher. 8H, - - LOUISIANA ý'iesee has develpped a second' amdB we have yet to hear from S' russian authorities are. afraid. wlrest Tolstoi, and Tolstoi is afraid , pUan ts again supplying arms to ".'.a, but they are old arms which " n has discarded. Someboay ought to teach young lIug Alfonso the old song, "A Boy's 4.00tst FPriend is His Mother." - Newport Is to hpve :a horse show before long. The milliners are now '.'Working overtime getting it ready. _ Ana trologer says Helen Gould till happily. If ever a woman de ed happiness, that person is Miss the Rockefellers and IRothsciilds a merger of their capital there be no place big enough to hold Sgoods. ffate ,eports Stom San Francisco ist e effect that Mr. Fitzsimmons Staken his share oft the money and -irt weeping. IThe end of Outlaw Tracy seems to yie been ia accordance with all the  prieties, taking everything ,toa - @iisideration. Shey say that Mrs. Mackay knows to make money fly. This is an in which women s...

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 August 1902

PAWNING A $1,000 BILL Of a man ith a !ll IllI th.tuq a,_ .i.. ."' Of a man with a thousand-dollar bill in his pocket and no smaller amount of money, a story has been written that traced him through many experiences and took him to the verge of starvation. But, as a matter of :fact. on man who had nothing small er taan a onethoulsand-dollar bill got through the difficulty he ry easily in 'his city a few nights ago. Ten of these coveted promtssory not,'s of the United States had been paid to him in tile afternoon. In the pursl:it of busiess and a modlicum of pleasure he had, after the receipt of his $10,000, spent the lr. lime he Possessed other than the big bills. He was with some friends, any one of whom could and would have ac commodated him with sufficient mon Y53' for his needs, but a discussion arose about what he wou:l do if he were a stranger In the city and had no money other than that which was In his pocket. "I wouldn't care if 1 were dressed as a beggar," ne said. "I can...

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 August 1902

he Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Walker & Company. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. FRIDAY, AU(GUST 2lJ, 190)2. Entered at the postoflice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. Welsh (iun Club Meet. The traps and clay pigeons for the Welsh gun club arrived here this week and Wednesday afternoon the boys had their first meet at the old fair grounds south of town. Not withstanding the fact that many of them had never before piarticiplated in a gun club meet, they did remlarkably jrell, E. H. Boling scooig the highest number of )points. Several have ex pressed their intention of becoming " members and the club will be lpe'rma nently organized soon. Following is the score: SOarr 0101 1101 00oon 0001 7 an Ness 1000 001 11 1101 0100 7 Wesson o011 1000 01o1) 000 *1 S tiler 1010 1000 0110 0000 .i Coverdale 1110 1111 1001 O0110 11 olingO 1110 1011 1101 1111 13 rentie 1010 0001 1000 1011 7 Bell 0110 0000 0011 1010 1 0. Coverdale 0111 1100 0000 1001 7 Labit 0000 0100 01)00 (o1...

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 August 1902

I ON OR ABOUT THE 15TH WE WILL HAVE OUR LINE OF . . . j FALL DRESS GOODS on display. We cordially invite our friends to call and examine them closely. As usual our prices will be the lowest. YOURS TO SERVE, i. E. BELL & CO., e, La. it99 r.ý.c . Cr. r Cºl cC. C -,.. .-wI .ºh-- .. ..0 ^r- .. --- * ^ CI .. C - -....M w.. --- .p.- ..-.-," r -r ý . . ^ . . ý . C . ýj ý CC-C..+ Cw. , ^ -- r - -, . M .C. Cý. . _ . .n ,,, ..º^w C.r.. Iý..M ..ý ..,0.r v qb Cr. w.04n w.. g -rCq CIIr C -1. Y-ý- - .. ICr.. ,...M w.« CI.A.CCI, CCI" C .CC CC , C.---. k-- --- ^w..... ....r.- C-h4 C- -w.c--. ---c4- . -- -".--c.-L.Cr. . --rýC- Cr -JI)be C DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO. Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Fresh meat at Prentice & Powers'. Mrs. W. H. Taylor visited in Jen nings Sunday. Jesse Reimer is clerking in ('oor er's drug store. G. A. Bailey was in Jennings Wednesday afternoon. Complete l...

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 August 1902

MtAD ofD GREAT HARVESTER TRST cYI? IJr f S4 p McoQMuc - I_ yrus Hall McCormick, the presi .'at of the newly organized Interna ; bnal Harvesters' company, is the son + t the late Cyrus H. McCormick, the v ntor of the famous reaping ma r aine which bears his name. Mr. CiCormick was born in Washington, ::C., and was graduated from Prince ton in 1879. Since that time he has been connected with the McCormick Harvesting Machine company, of which he has been president since 1884. He is one of Chicago's most influential business men, and has been prominent in club life, particularly in that of the Commercial club.  HOTOGRAPH LED TO MARRIAGE iin tmance in Life of Miss Anna Cassin, Now Mrs. McClure. Mrs. Archibald T. McClure, who Miss Anna Austin Cassin, is now Newport, the summer home of our erican aristocracy. It was the - ti ·i Mrs. McClure. .oJtograph of Miss Cassin, published 4 magazine, that attracted the at Imaon mof Mr. McClure, who retraced s steps half way across tne conti :int ...

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 August 1902

makes a happy hame. Health and light-hearted ness are contagious as well as ickneess and care. The nervona 'over-sensitiveness of many women f -the worryn.g over little things-the feeling that insurmonniable obstacles are to be overoome-are ýý! h all due bto a lack of that robust health which sheds its radiance on every member of the family, and which is given to wo anen by 0. F. P. That it gives all this is prpven 'by the thousands of women who have been rescued from lives of suffering by its use. G. F. P. Istruly a wonderful medicine for women. MRS. VICTORY JONEB, Gartand OCty, Ark., writes to tell what G. F. P. did for her. She says: *1 was so afieted with female weakness for two years I te*wI do no work and very often was unable t' dress myself. iyyeyes became affected and were' so bad I 'ould not see ex ,eejt on cloudy days. I have taken a course of G. F. P. YTreatment and the result was remarkable. veam do all my ~work, even to washing and ironing, witheut becoming weary. Iy e...

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 August 1902

e Another Carload Just In! We have the best assortment ever offered in the town. Iron Beds, all sizes and colors. Call and e h .look over our stock.- Swelsh,la. WELSH FURNITURE COMPANY, Limited. -- Welsh La. . ----r W. C. BROWN. O. F. LAIUE. Browl & LaRue, Contractors AND Builders.... If you contemplate building n busi ness house or residence, let us figure with you. We will save you money. All work guaranteed. , - -u m |m||m Gladiator Java and Mocha Blend Coffee. Scientifically blended and roasted. The best coffee on the market. Made by the Crescent Coffee Mills, New Orleang. Sold by A. E. Bell & Co., Welsh, La. City M:ieat Miarket, A. E. Bourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. CE livered inme town at all WEL I., LA. ANTHONY HE8ERT. SCity , Barber, Next to Cooper s Drugstor'. Hot and Cold Salhs, Agent for Lake Charles Laundry. SPENCER'S ALLIGATOR PRESS. Guaranteed capacity, 22 tons of. hay per day, or no pay. Its 50 inch feed hole makes it the be...

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 September 1902

II. WELSH, CALCASIE U PARISIH LA., FRI DA , SEPTEMB5R 1ý. 1902. N the shucttat evtla 'BNAK ·rtlcls Mel" rR, :II. 'WELSH, CALCASI.E PARISHH LA., FRIE~IDAY, SEPTEMI3ýR 12, 1802. N+ý.-r~ di Announcement. CO., of Lake Charles, will open in the dry goods depart G's store, on September 15, 1902, a first-class 7 Line of Jewelry. hing pertaining to the jewelry line will be kept in stock and sold m st reasonable prices. A first-class repairer will be in charge. The patronage of the public respectfully solicited. nb trouble . kham's O3a t rand, and ad G(0 to a discontinue gave .your  ugh trial.  Lrly all pain Sheaachesa MA TIN uch better BROS. red~in thre : Lerrible su UF )Y . 4 eis STE It Lake Rlemem fO"' ,rdially i BAR GAINS ie+ Every **+fN-*+***+.+.*.*.. +*+,++..**+ i EXCURSION TO COLORADO! i A party is being organized at Roanoke to visit the celebrated irrigated districts of Colorado some time in There will be a big rush of people to the South Platte Valley this fall to take advantage o...

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. — 12 September 1902

blziahe. B. LOUISIANA -- -s o se t 'sttauson seems atill over the Fair millions. -" /0 m0 much thinking on the subject Smierobes will dull the heartiest ap r ",. ?here is a double reason for calling t hard coal, since it has become .so ,': aG to get. s The fact that coal and diamonds a-re 'hemically identical ceases to wear an Air ~at paradox. An Indiana man burned up $6,000 in g:&Ireenhacks before committing suicide. Sxs ,this patriotism? 'Grave diggers are taking risks when tihey go on a strike. There are no •r;Mlikes at crematories. .Since his father's will was read S.ong Mr. Mackay has not had to - r ry about his board bill. We have not read the coronation 1 -4de written by William Winter, but it N BMetter than Alfred Austin's. . in Edward should remember that .l.ay lies the head that doesn't take ..:ofr its crown on going to bed. President Castro should know how .!0 take his medicine. It is the same -deoe he has served out to others. -The Viceroy of Chi-1i means well '.aou...

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. — 12 September 1902

BITS OF INFORMATION t aitking in Plttuburg dates back to 1804. .Nr'achusetts has 4,500 registered physicians. Sbre are 5,000 Polish miners at work in Scotland. i'artla has over 800 lobster canneries in operation. o;rgia's governor has sixty-nine colonels on his staff. ; lniria is producing daisies a foot in circumference. bre :g 5,41 different parts in a modern locomotive. 1t'sburg ships more than 12,000,000 tons of coal annually. "h gross tonnage of Pittsburg products exceeds 46,000,000. .w Jersey is the chief clay-producing state of the country. Ssingle pair of rabbits can multiply in four years to 1,250,000. F' rrteen Swiss hotels are 6,500 or more feet above the sea level. :tpijler has 4,500 eclipses of its different moons in one of its years. vrt than a nrilion people die yearly in Europe of consumption. F-ve hundred and eighty-seven distinct languages are spoken in Europe. "e amount of Frenih capital invested in China exceeds $10000,00. in some New Zealand towns there are mor...

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. — 12 September 1902

re -* -& aJourral. - , re te I;,t very Friday by Ch t& Company. icobes wlEl d ,A TEAR IN ADVANCE. Spostolaeo at Welsh. La., as ' re is a doub ohlard coa - ;w M to get. , SEPTEMBEir 12, 1902. T. fact that c iemialy iden is oil here, lots of it, and ,ir .of paradox. or quality. an Indiana m crop was not as large this -.reenacks befo expected it to be, but still S.J.this Datriotli nues to be the most prospler , v n in the United States. " Orave diggers _ ley go on a . been demonstrated beyond a -~Salkes at crema at there is oil in paying quan the Welsh field. Now we Since his the thorough development of $o ug Mr. M _s arny about his sult of the primary election We have n sterday in this congressional , written by .is not known at this time, but t better than NAL hopes the Calcasieu can ElsD Edward 'peaty lies man who long ago said that if dE te crown ed Texas and hades he would - P-eide the former and live in the latter Stake his me had no idea that the Lone Star Stak hs sme...

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. — 12 September 1902

Our Grocery Department OUR DRY GOODS STOCK CONSISTS OF THE BEST . . . IS IMMENSE . . . Extra Fancy and Staple Goods LATEST NOVELTIES in DRESS GOODS of all Kinds Ever Kept in Welsh. You are Cordially Invited to t Prices as Low as Can be Sold. A Call will Convince You. Call and Examine them Closely. 68ITL &- COMI.EP...YM, WELSH, LOUISIANA. DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO. I Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Table linen at PAUL WV. DANIELS'. C. S. Morse was over from Jennings Saturday. Phone number 43 is the Welsh Fur niture Co., Ltd. F. Butler, of Lake Charles, was here Saturday on business. Rev. D. M. Lewis and family visit ed in Jennings last Friday. See Jones Bros. for wheat bran, corn chops and all kinds of feed. C. J. WVildman spent . Saturday afternoon and Sunday in Jennings. ('aulilower and Spinach at BELL & CO'S. J. D. Hayes, of Lake Charles, was a business visitor in t...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 12 September 1902

AN OE NEW YOR N SE OF NEW YORK yr'+ a I i r 8 ii/ . l1 i ý.1 M. Farley, who, it is been recommended by fr appointment to of New York, az.xiliary bishop of that 1895, in which year he bishop of Zeugma. ,Leo had already given he title of tonsignore, ;he was made vicar gen eral of New York. The prospective archbishop was born in Armagh, Ire land, sixty years ago, and was edu cated partly in his native land and partly in St. John's college at New York, in the American college at Rome, and in St. Joseph's Seminary at Troy. He has been a priest for thirty-two yearsfl The appointment is popular in New York. ASE OF SAMOA ,a Worm-Like Anima! •on Mosquitoes. Kellogg, head of of Entomology of iuniversity, who ac S;Jordan on his sum ¶a, has returned to bringing with him sea and island life S]National Museum ":E's. investigation of arm-like animal liv and producing in dr"ad skin disease - . thoroughgoing. ye population of th this disease, o-f Capt. Sebree, of the Ameri g has devised e removal o...

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. — 12 September 1902

S KNIF I ns of Sa s Hw Oper STrou of sth oa te drg.as sp O ' cande ato us in 0 of thi to red oUt we the , a. ECKIs sTrEV EN * eit] u iundreds of adoll s went to th pla or and the druggist. a simplyde wreme at she ha cen cured of ane xi kbam's Y'egetnb Co eand advsed m to try t. bla discontinued all o e Compound ai As o h trial. Vithin four weeks cap hoa t a l ahad left e; I rarely side a terrible surgical opera pose . State St. Lak C itah ing t 000 forfeit thi above in aw gLe E City orfa faitf etmon er/t enu s meet woman is rapi rdialnvited n e bo rite to Mrs. oxid bal i ther A s rea * anything the dress ehat is utable t eed advis ing ture, present tsued s agreed skirt - eveloped door f oilW T1 Speriment to shria depth of20 and th ey S ed In tew D They. afaan ethere Barry men e a housewife gloats rtea ter ' /finely starched ing f Sjnen and white goods. Th when Conceit is justifiable there ness to the clothes smoki and does not rot th them. It is abso- that lutely pure. It is ter T...

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. — 12 September 1902

Special Notice that the GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE is closing out all sum mer goods. Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing in order to make room for fall stock. The Prices will be Surprising. 1 ask everybody to call around to see the bargains I am offering Yours Respectfully, S. BERKOWITZ, WELSH, LA. I "A Gentle Tip." I If you wish to purchase a bargain in Rice f or Oil land, call and see us. e We Have a Snap to Offer " " You. A SURE THING at a SMALL price. Don't forget who we are. THE OLD RELIABLE firm, S :E. F. ROWSON & COMPANY. I 0"0o..00....o..o..o0.0.0.0.0.o..oo0..._.._000.0. ORANGE LAND CO., Limited. Rice, Sugar and Timber Land. FOR SALE On reasonable terms, at from $5.00 to $30.00 per acre, according to quality and location. These lands are in solid blocks and have not been culled. Some of them are under irrigation canals. Apply to JAPIES ELLIS, J. B. WATKINS, WELSH, LA. LAKE CHARLES, LA. See F. J. WEST When in need of FEED of all kinds. He will give you the benefit of the market...

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. — 19 September 1902

buy It tf4tes le" ý _ ý, ,ý . Al· KKER'S WAlI, NIN.S. 1i )L. 1.1. WELSF1 CALCAS.~EU PARISHt. LA., FrI DA.Y, SEPTEMI3IRR 19, 1902. NO.. a egant Line of . . Hillifi and Dress Hats the Ju eceived from Chicago. Also ,Big Dr Good and Trimmings Jst Line of . D. , Ca b ee some of the latest patterns. From 1 unti l m Monday afternoon the remainder of our $7 hats will be sold c e ts off. AUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. The Welsh Oil We Sdirectgrs of the Wel &and -evelopment Comp Id a rence in L. E. Robin -otfice irday afternoon for th se of ng definite action re the slopment of the oil at the uent time. At a pre :meeting 'a, thought best to c boring il.the contract dept reache~' until a gusher was t in, but 4 strata of oil alrea k was of Sxelent quality apparently 9 .ngquantities e matter of eloping the s seriously siidered and& dvisable by ld.lers. D ker Cla, a seint at the ate ng and it. Ja ed that the esent strata be c oped and if a ifcient amountf oil was not...

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. — 19 September 1902

···· ~-~tp~:··f:"· *·~rlt .;,. I:: I: ~m~~:,.~·J 31· pyrmenr on 'again promised to "-ta ,away the sultan has. ikindly as you can of the They work while you is ;beginning to think the nasion worse than the Ameri 4vasion.  is the Chinese diplomat who tp this country. It is not only sociable, but safer. :the late Horace Biglow would the underpinning of Venice is consid'ble out of j'int. `+lme persons mnight think that eat Ifty ears of green corn was about leasant a way to die as any. f Schenk will always be remem :t the man who thought he was ha the whims of the stork. ain elfess mosquito is no im- 4 t on the other kind. It leaves Smuch time for actual business. 1 many loving wives will envy John R. Drexel her birthday gift cheek for $200,000 from her hus ElIdward has confounded the , and. that's not a small, for a man who weighs 259 ago discovery that'the color ;rsWkawy mosquitoes won't o .en to whom yellow is not be Puke Boris. says Chicago is ~ ,. but good-hearted. ,The S4 .may b...

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. — 19 September 1902

S PHILosoPHICAL OBSERVATIONS , PB' BYRON WILLIAMS. "More water glideth by the mill Than wots the miller of." A wise king sought a satisfied man. To this end he advertised a prize if gold. It was a "free-for-all," a Eoiree in which the contented poor anr, the favored rich might participate. Having Eet his trap 'he hoary old 'wiseacre titled his crown, a Ia Lilliann Russell, and "smoked up." Man came to claim the reward, their faces wreathed in happiness and with songs .on their lips; but each was turned away with the question, "If satisfied with your lot ii life why seek ye this prize?" And they went away crest fallen, while the' Jolly old king burst the -buttons off his royal vest laugh ing. turned away with the question, "If satisfied with y'ur lot in life why see!; ye this prize?" And they went away crestfallen, while the jolly old king burst the buttons off his royal vest laughing. The babe at its young and buxom mother's breast wants the moon. When t*he infant has grown to manho...

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. — 19 September 1902

Every Friday by ' & Compiany. A T$AU IN ADbVANCE. the poatoffico at Welah, La., as ', SEP2EMBE R 19, 1902. AL AND PERSONAL. Clara Avery, of Amboy, Ill., city the guest of friends. ,ietinie Griffth has accepted on as cashier in Paul W. a store." .Welsh Chapter of the Knights their regular meeting .Masonic hall Monday evening. e the Commercial Club meet Thursday night and discuss  light, waterworks and ice libtion. d Mrs. N. Prentice returned from a protracted visit to nila, Oregon, Washington 'and They report a most enjoyable and were greatly benefitted in th. Are you interested in the town of elsh? Do you want electric lights, rworks and an ice factory? 'If so, ,ie out to the Commercial Club ting next Thursday night and dis as he matter with the represent a es of these enterprises: _'he Jennings Commercial League s been successful in getting the five tired excursionists from the north stop over in that town for a- day. ey will be driven about the country It has also been arra...

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. — 19 September 1902

Our Grocery Department OUR DRY GOOI)S STOCK CONSISTS OF THE BEST . . IS IMMENSE.. . . Ever Kept in Welsh. You are Cordially Invited to Prices as Low as Can be Sold. A Call will Convince You. Call and Examine them Closely. ;' IE3I &, COMPI.P.A.N Y' WELSH, LOUISIANA. .ý^wi..ºý....0.º..ýý...º..ý,.....ý^w..º..-w.«ý^-^...ý^ w..ý-.-C^".. ^ý .. ý---ý. Cf i^^ w..^.^..ý...M.. ....ý.ý...... wýO ý ........ýº.n. ..,M..ý^-ý..ý ý.. ý.i .M ..ý CCI "...M ..,... ,,.a º w..ý. .i.. C ý .n ....+ý. .ý...r- ~ w..+ý. C ... ý ýs. .Y,.ý + ..º ..w .. .i. CI. w. ý.Y ./q~C n. ..ý. C ...i. , CLý. yC C -Owl- - rý.,w..w...,...n...-...ý.,,,...ý^r...rý.-,-rO....,.....Mý.. ý...,ý,...,......w-...ý.+M,..ý..r.,.,,....ý... ..ý...",....i..ý......."ýi..ý...ý.. .......i..r....r.. ^.....ý ....... ......." ýý DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO.: Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mushrooms. BELL & CO. Cranberry Sauce at Be...

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