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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 April 1906

EIge titc e3t tournal1 WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. N EVENT- OF EVERYWHERE. The Santa Fe Railroad Company has commenced drilling on its fifth well in the Wheeler oil field, west of Ardmore There are as good fish in the sea as have ever been caught-provided so have the right sort of bait. "Just make yourself to hum." re marked the hospitable top as a neigh bor dropped n, for a visit. When the father is on the wrong track he finds it hard to flag his boys behind him. Mrs. A. C. Moore has gone to Es kota and Abilene to visit her daugh ter and grandchildren, also with a view of buying land in that section of country. The State meeting ot Catholics will be held at Muenster in Cooke County, in July. The meeting will open on the 2d day of the month and is sche duled to continue for four days. Mrs. I. T. Duncan, a well-to-do far mer, living near Corsicana, was pre sented with triplets a few days since -two girls and one boy. All are said to be doing well. Eld. B. B...

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 April 1906

Proposed Bering Strait Tunnel AMCTIC OCEAN, OlNORT Dotted line marks proposed tunnel and route of projected railway from east cape of Bering straight to Kansk, 3,000 miles inland in Siberia on the Siberian Railway. The sympathy of Emperor Nicholas, Premier Witte and other members of the Russian ministry, as well as of powerful influences in court, has been enlisted by Baron Leicq de Lobel in the project of the American-Trans Alaskan-Siberian Company for the construction of a tunnel under Bering straight from East Cape to Kansk and 3,000 miles of railway to connect it with the Siberian railway. It is believed that by interesting Americans materially in Siberia the political ties between the two coun tries will be strengthened. JOHN D. POOR POLITICAL BOSS. Citizens of Tarrytown Elect President Against His Wishes. Once more John Wirth has defeat ed John D. Rockefeller by being elect ed borough president of Tarrytown. When he ran last year he was oppos ed by the oil king and his hundred...

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 April 1906

S, C, ROUTE THE BEST LINE NEW ORLEANSI TO B[IlMlNGHAM, ATLANTA, CHAT TANOOGA, WASHINGTON, I3ALTI11MOE, PHILA DEL PIII.\. 2I'W YOl'l:, L:\X INC;TON, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS. Tluhough .i() l oper) . Elegant Con>chet. For information write Gl.t. II. SM TITI, G. P. A.. .Mew Orleans, La. C. F. WOODS, T. P. A., San Antonio, Texas. CORN OATS SCHOP BRAN We can Save You Money on Your Feed Bill. Jones Brothers, E. LOIJVIJER , ; Tonsorial Artist, If WORK :GUARNAJEED NORTH SIDE RAILROAN AVENUE. 4 1 Welsh,La. Cline & Cline " LaSreers, Collections promptly attended to. Titles Examined, Charters Drawn, Abstracts Furnished. WVill practice in the courts of Lake Charles. Offices: Jennings and Lake Charles. Offices connected by long' distance telephone. Jobl IH. Cooper, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Welsb, La, 3flice over Cooper's Drug Store. *4 Ol~Bce Phone, 15 Residence Phone. 26 Fancy Box Stationery at less than cost at the Journal office. Governor Blanchard On Tax Equalization GOVERNOR BLANC...

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 April 1906

0EI. We PIeiLt A1*urnaL, SVOLUME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, APRIL 13, 1906. NUMBE 4. CALL AND SEE Our Complete Line of Spring and Sum mer Goods Which are Arriving Daily. SICNAL COTHING STOB E Our Goods are New and Up-To-Date. We have no old goods to offer you. Signal Clothing Store. J. S. GERSON, Prop. JUST RECEIVED!! We have just received a Complete Line of Ladies' and Gent's Summer Goods. Also a New Line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Be low we give a few (irocery Prices: 18 pounds Granulated Sugar ........................$00 25 " W hite Beans ........................... 1.00 15 " Butter Beans .............................. .00 Coffee, worth 15e per pound; now .................. 12 Coffee, worth 20c per pound; now ................. 17C Blue Ridge Corn; per dozen ......... ............ 95C Best Tomatoes; per dozen .....................$1.00 Call and see us. We will appre ciate your patronage. N. FINKELSTEIN, At H. B. Walling's Old Stand. WELSH, - - - - LOUISIANA. MART...

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 April 1906

:· \V r ~: ffiIL ~ ~ _ _ _ ---44-.- -ts 4-- -------- - - _______ --______ - GF OWING ,F . D. AND FERTILITY. the two-fold proWienti e9nfrontin:: !1 ilny farlmers ts, how to lainta'in the 'r ilily of the soil while growing crop( tIh:tt are 'to e )d alnd removed fronl thqi far::;,i:tlll 3t Jw to grow on tht' Latin snro )iit'ile for the expensive pro t [ii fee'(l:s now so genra';Iy pulrchased l-"y dntiP'fTW ii a'tfr'st ek feeders. The air is a- great s'orehouse of nitrogei- aind vast amounts of pota.sh anro !ho-pllilori( acid. If we can trap or cooax the nifi4ogee from the air and luntfoelk the other ilgr,(od intls fro nlhle .sir and unitei them in living plants, w' (-canl grow crops che aply, and re duce the cost of farm, st.;ck and dairy iprlillte:s and largely increase our profits. While scientists are devising soIle means to c'nibiiine the nitrogen of .the air With some other sublstance that wil m ake it avaiable for agri unlnural pur)poses, h11' Ilest we can (to is to sin ty wi...

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 April 1906

" A COLD BROUGHT IT ON. Severe Congestion of the Kidneys soon Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. Richard M. Pearce, a prominent business man of 231 So. Orange St., - Newark, N. J., says: "Working nights during bad weather brought on a heavy cold, aching of the limbs and pain in the back and kidneys. Severe congestion of the kidneys followed. lBesides the terrific lachinfg there were whirling headaches, , anti I became exceed ingly weak. MIy doc tor could not help me, and I turned to Doan's Kidney I'ill., with the re sult that the kidney congestion dis appeared and, with it, all the other syrmptoms. What is more, the cure has lasted for eight years." Sold by all dealers. 5o cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. tors it Character is a bundle of habits. o1 Hiabits originate in the mlinl and tare els registred on the body.--Gtorge D. f Tripp. Christmas Aftermath. are4 "Noticed these fellers that are goin' around with a kind of sickly grin on their faces?" inquired the homegrown phi...

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 April 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. P':ilished Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. .o) I; IDOl.AR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. I:::r, r. tt the postofiice at Welsh, La., as acnlr l ·l:r  matter. "III)AY, APIP7 13, 1906 rn, r-ublication all copy should he in , ~ tt.',  e enlesday 11001noon. TI. I;. READ, EDITOR. I HUl(iIýO LAD SURE\ES. I " SA. E. PARENT' Civil Engineer, ADDRESS SWELSH, LOUISIANA. Samp.n Roo:n. Bath too.0. SIGN&L HiOTEL J. BOURGEOIS. Prop. W'elsh, - - - La. Itl, er day with baths $2.25 I:nt, per day without baths 2.00 Porter Meets All Trains. IIEBERT j Ice Cream Parlor F f', all Kinds of Soft I )rinks, Ice Cream, C.'ake, Candies and 9 Fresh Fruits. 4 A. L. HEBERT, SAt Walling's Old Stand, ; Welsh, La. i A Well * Advertised : Name * Is something that competition, trusts , Sad combinations of all kinds must 0 bow to. If your name is strongly im- 0 * pressed upon people's minds by judi- " * oans advertising, you have an asset " * that is worth perhaps as much or more " " th...

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 April 1906

i IGHEST MARKET PRICE I Paid for your Rough Rice. 4 Let us have samples Jeanerette Rice & Milling Co., Ltd. phone or write, C. L. RICHARDSON, Jr. JENNINGS, LA. .:.-........++.+.........+.+: Liquid Veneer : i For Trimming Car riages, Pianos, Etc. IOC and 50c Sizes. iCOOPER DRUG CO, + Southern Pacifle Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. 6 due ........... 8:35 a. in. No.10due..................11:47 a. m. No. 8 due.................. 1:00 a. m. No. 4 due.................. 4:18 p. m. WEST BOUND. No.5 due.................. 3:04 p. m No.9 due..... . .... . 6:38 p. m. No. 7 due.................. 4:24 a. m. No.3 due ................ 9:20 a. m. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. J. F. Tunns, Agent. P. W. Daniels was in town Monday. Fine leather Post Cards at the Jour 1 office. Miss Areace Bourgeois went to Lake arfes Tuesday. Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers. H. L. _vidson. W. P. Russell was a Roanoke pas. ger Tuesday. Mr. Hart made a business trip to eunings Monday Fresh vegeta...

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 April 1906

WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSIH, - - - IA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. The Santa Fe Railroad Cnmpany ha., tcmmonced drilling on its fifth well in the Wheeler oil field, west of Ardmore There are as good fish in the sca as have ever hbetn caught--rovided yoa have the right sort of bait. "Just make your:-elf to hum." re marked the hospitable top as a neigh Lor dropped ,u for a visit. When the father is on the wrong track he finds it hard to flag his boys behind him. SMrs. A. C. Moore has gone to Es kota and Abilene to visit her daugh ter and grandchil(lren, also with a view of buying land in that section of country. The State meeting or Catholics will be held at Muenster in Cooke County, in July. The meeting will open on the 2d day of the mouth and is sche duled to continue for four days. Mrs. I. T. Duncan, a well-to-do far mer, living near Corsicana, was pre sented with triplets a few days since -two girls and one boy. All are said to be doing well. Eld. B. B. Sanders, Christian evan...

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 April 1906

S Proposed Bering Strait Tunnel I :' T . ,AKMCTLC OCtAN, L 10r r 0B--, -1 3l ,otted line marks proposed tunnel and route of projected railway from east cape of Bering straight to Kansk, 3,000 miles inland in Siberia on the Siberian Railway. The sympathy of Emperor Nicholas, DISCO Premier Witte and other members of the Russian ministry, as well as of Statesi powerful influences in court, has been 'enlisted by Baron Leicq de Lobel in Sent "the project of the American-Trans- who n Alaskan-Siberian Company for the ing a construction of a tunnel under Bering he obh straight from East Cape to Kansk and canal 3.000 miles of railway to connect it Senate with the Siberian railway. made It is believed that by interestingl attend Americans mn.terialiy in Siberia the he sa political ties between the two coun- canal tries will be strengthened. the w hear JOHN D. POOR POLITICAL BOSS. told Citizens of Tarrytown Elect President I tol Against His Wishes. heard Once more John Wirth has defeat- sure ...

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 April 1906

Q, &C ROUTE. THE BEST LINE NEW ORLEANSI TO IIltMINGII.\11. ATLANTA, C'HIAT TANOOGA, WASHINGTON, IIALLTIMOR", PHILADEL I'IIIA. NEW YORK, LEX IN;'CTON, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS. .+++ ýleýi nut Coi 'Ihe.s. For itlforl:natio)n write 1C?. 1. G. TI'II, (;. P. A., \'ew Orleans, La. C. F'. \VWOODS, T. P. A., San .\ntonio. Texas. CORN OATS CHOP ) BRAN , We can Save You Money on Your Feed Bill. Jones Brothers, E LE T TJ(TX , I Tonsorial Artist, SVWOiiK GUAlItAIEED t 9 NORTil SIDE RAILROAN AVENUE. , Welsh, La. , 4P',.O.O.OQ >'P''O0D Cline & Cline avýr rers, Collections promptly attended to. Titles Examined, Charters Drawn, Abstracts Furnished. Will practice in the courts of Lake Charles. Otffices: Jennings and Lake Charles. Offices connected by long distance telephone. JohnH. Coo0er, I D., Physician and Surgeon, Welsh, La, 3ttice over Cooper's Drug Store. Office Phone, 15 Residence Phone. 26 Fancy Box Stationery at less than cost at the Journal office. $30.00 TO CALIFORNIA  VIA ...

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 April 1906

Sb1e _ _ _ _ AR r 20 190.a VOLUME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, APRIL 20, 1900. CLOTHING! LOTHING! CLOTHING! * AT THE SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE. Our Immense Line of Mens' Youths' and Child rens' Clothing of the Latest Styles and Designs, for Spring and Summer Wear, are now waiting for your examination. If you need any, come and try a Suit on. You will find them satisfactory in Price and Quality. Our GENTS' FURNISHING LINE $ has no Equal in Quality, and Prices are the Lowest. SHOES:--Our Shoes are from the Best Manu factures, such as W. L. Douglas, Selz, Royal Blue and Tulane, and are all ONE PRICE SHOES. Our Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies will arrive in a few days. Read our Special Offering in Ladies' Wear, for THIS WEEK ONLY. Fine Washable Suits, regular Fine India Linon, 20c and 30c $3.50 values; this week........... $2,24 values; going at lOc and......... 15c Big Line Shirt Waists, $1 sellers Big Reduction on all our Shirt going at............................... 49 W aist G...

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. — 20 April 1906

FOR NERVOUS PEOPLE A Michigan Mother Preserved to Hoer Family by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. When the blood is impoverished the lerves starve alnd ni(uralgia or soimiethinig more serious swiftly follows. Nervous peop)le tire geinrally pale people. By supplying through the blood those vital elements that the nerves need, l)r.Wil- N liams' Pink Pills for Palo People have PC p)erformedl t hose remarkable cares that Imake it im)ossible for any nervous suf- Al ferer to ieglectt them. th A recent case is that of Mrs. Peter Norrisset to, of No. 315 Eleventh street, Allpena, MIih., who writes as follows: pI " My troulo started with childbirth. in After one of nmy children was burn I had ba a kind of paralysis. I wais very weak and my mouth was a little crooked. I of wvas always tired aiInd was so nervous fl that I could not bear to hear a dog hark or a bell ring-even the little bird ill its cage would anil)oy me. My heart flut- P] tered a gr:at deal and 1 had dizzy spells. h, I was not able ...

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 April 1906

STOP, WOMAN 1 ANo CONSIDER THE ALL 3WPORTANT FACT That in address ing Mrs. Pink ham you are con, fiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose experi ence with women's dis eases covers a great planY years. Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. I'inkham, and for many years underherdirection, and since her de cease.she has been advising sick wo- V menfreeofcharne. ' i Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assist ance, but a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult a wo man whose knowledge from actual ex perience is great. Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation. Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by women only. A...

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 April 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. I'ublished ':voery IFiday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE IDll,..AR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Iulterd at thet lstOttice at Welsh. La., as s.,,m,1l chl-s matter. PI'Ill)AY. A1l'l l i ., 18: I, inl ure tPu ll 1:itio .mn :ll',I'\ 1 !p sh lon t+' in , dic , " \!+c 1V l aln y n ,i 1n O . 1 . I Il:.\I . I,: l''I ( li. 4 IRI(i TIU1. I t1) S1 flS. 4 9 A. E. PARENT ' Civil Engineer, ' ADDREL)ItSS WELSH, LOUISIANA. 4.ý-6 98-t Sample Room. Bath Roop'. SIGNAL HOTEL, i. J. BOI1'GiOIS, Prop W elsh, = = La. [at' ptr (IyV with hath $2.23 lIattes per day without Ihaths ".OI) Porter ,'leets All Trains. llm·* r~r~srn~rrl HEBERT Ice Cream Paelor For all Kinds o! Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Cake, Candies and 4 Fresh Fruits. A. L. HEBERT, T 9 .\t W 'Na hi_ - t I''. 4 i Welssh, La,. 9 5 0 A Well * * C 9 , 1i 'I X . I ' ' - : i',ll !7 ; .- " t ' . ' :.:'" ". ,; - ,.,.,:- - * .,' 4 , , - e . . .:, . .. ,] . ' .: ,. . . . '.:v " * 4 9 *S 9. 3030ey pt I PLR's ARTHUR! ROUTE ' ,traightt L Ote...

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 April 1906

I HIGHEST IARKET PRICE Paid for your Rough Rice. Let us have samples i Jeanerette Rice & Milling Co., Ltd. SPhone or write, C. L. RICHARDSON, Jr. I JENNINGS, LA. i Liquid Veneer For Trimming Car T riages, Pianos, Etc. SIOC and 50c Sizes. i COOPER DRUG COi DRU 4 0 Southern PI'acile Time Card. rEAST BOUND. No. 6 due ................ 8:35 a. in. No. l0due .................. 11:47 a. m . No. 8 due............. 1:00 a. m. No. 4 due.................. 4:18 p. m . WEST HOUND. No. 5 due .................. 3:04 p. in No. 9 due............. (:38 p. m. No. 7 due.... ... ..... 4:24 a. m. No. 3 due ......... ..... . :20 a. m. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. J. F. TuBuis, Agent. Fine leather Post Cards at the Jour nal office. Ed Clark was a Jennings visitor Saturday. Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers. H. L. Davidson. Robert Craig was a visitor at Rayne 'Saturday. Mrs. Gallop was a Jennings visitor Tuesday. H. A. Davidson went to Jennings Monday evening. L.E. Robinson was a ...

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 April 1906

WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. LOUISIANA NEWS. Baton Rouge: Col. J. W. Nichol son of this city, on the invitation of Gen. ('Clement Evans of Atlanta, Ga., is preparing the report of the histori cal committee of the United Cenfed crate eVterans for the reunion in New Orleans. The report, which is about finished, is a dislpassmionate survey of past and present conditions. It shows that Southern conditions were misrep resented in the North and that the war A was largely the result of nmisunder- k standings. "The South," says the re. - ,port, "conscious of ther rectitude of her conduct in the great struggle, co:i1 u scious of the patriotism of her natives r and the heroism of her sons, has not C felt as much as she probably should b the necessity for any vindications of L her acts. It is ever thus with the strong, the frank and the brave. Their a conscience is their .ilent and self-suf. ficient shield. But all things come to c those that wait. So, after forty yedl...

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 April 1906

SIDELIGHTS ON THE GREAT COAL STRIKE INTERESTING FACTS REGARDING STRUGGLE BETWEEN MINERS AND OPERATORS. GREATEST IN HISTORY OF COUNTRY War Cloud Has Been Gathering for Some Time-Diggers Have Laid Aside Formid. able Fund to Push Fight-Proposi. tion to Incorporate Union. BY CLYDE ALISON MANN. The facts underlying the great strike in the bituminous coal fields are the most remarkable that have been in volved in any labor question in the history of the United States, as the strike will be the greatest strike in the country's history. Few of the moving facts became ap parent during the joint conferences at Indianapolis. They had their origin in the previous strike in the bituminous fields and the remarkable recruiting to the ranks of the United Mine Workers of America which followed upon the heels of the strike in 1902. The oppor! tunities in organization shown then appealed to the element of the miners which previously had scouted the idea of organization, and this element has proved to ...

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 April 1906

U. &C. ROUTE.+ THE BEST LINE NEW ORLEANS, TO -ilil.NGIA.11. ATLANTA., CII1T 'I'ANUOGIA, WASHINGTON, I\AL'I1M(1It'I, PIIL.\ [) - lIll.A. NI;VW YO1K, LEX I ,N(T N, I('I NC [INN\AT''I, ST. LOUtIS. For information write ( )l l. e fiTlf ' , (G. 1'.A., .:eý w Orleans, La. C. F'. WOODS, T. P. A., San Antonio. Texas. CORN OATS CHOP BRAN We can Save You Money on Your Feed Bill. Jones Brothers1 E. LOUVIER , j Tonsorial Artist, WORK :GUA{FANTEED . NORTH SIDE RAILROAN AVENUE. Welsh, La. | i yN1ý Cline & Cline Collections promptly attended to. Titles Examined, Charters Drawn, Abstracts Furnished. Will practice in the courts of Lake Charles. Offices: Jennings and Lake Charles. Offices connected by long distance telephone. JoliH. Cooper, I. D., Physician and Surgeon, Welsh, La, 3ltice over Cooper's Drug Store. Office Phone, 15 Residence Phone. 26 Fancy Box Stationery at less than cost at the Journal office. $30.00 TO CALIFORNIA - VIA - - Snueru Pacific "Snuset Route" One Way Colonist Ticke...

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 April 1906

AYlOEI' VI. WEI sl l II, CA.I, SI 1P. A 1 11, IA' IS I ANA, A\PIRI l. 27, 19wP. N .11 2I7 1 hotL boxes andL stoppages ALL .GIH ITIME, Lo IIare tIhe manly neededL repal Iirs tha LitLRA[ Lostn lyk tae to keep one of the Old Style Centrifugal Plants going. In the language of our local poet, J. H. Bowen, it is COthus: "Good bye old centrifugal pump. We need you ore no more, for we an safely reach Eternity's shore, by using the Famousn the Extmerson forevermore, with no engine to run; only a boiler to attend and nothing more.eam Fit l th e Eme rson you 'an take life easy and not wrr yourelf sick for fear of a breakdown in the midst f a seal tt yim u nees. water, fr if yur well has the w~ate.', we will guaran~tee to {Get it, (ut with the Famous Emerson Steam IPump b~y the ,id of a little steam-nzothlina" more. On1 the Enwrson tihere are noc recipro{.ating parvts to wear or friction to over{'ome, no} packing glands to keep packed, no rods to wear, in fa{'t there is no)thinl to} ive, out...

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