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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 July 1906

The Bad Boy and His Dad Have an Automobile Ride, and Jump a Fence. TY lION. (;F:OR(;E WV. PECK. (Ex-GovEr!rnor of \Wisconsin, former:y pub lisher of "P'eck s Sun," author of "1'eck's Iad Boy," etc.) iCopyright. 1.+t, by Joseph B. lR wles. Cop.s right in Great Britain.) IAE ne a package of your strongest breakfast food, and big onion," said the bad boy, as he came into the grocery, looking as weak as a fever convalescent, "and I want to eat the onion right now." "Well, that is a combination, sure enough." said the old groceryman as he wrapped a package of breakfast food in a paper and watched the boy rub half an onion on a salt bag, and eat it greedily. "What is the matter / ° r t "JERtISALf. M, BU'T YOU ARE A SIGHT," SAID THE OLD GRO- h C'ElItYMAN. with you to look so sick, and eat raw S onion before breakfast?" t "Oh, it is this new-fashioned way of f living that is killing little Hennery. Y When I lived at home before we used to have sassidge and pancakes for g breakfast, roast me...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 July 1906

Great verance elt d and illar Series .Pt, ' pIDtS s JOURNEY pe W EOPLE ad BlrwaY" Preacher ha oritt:-Exodus :i -. SRAEL 'la en zy camiped at t!e t foot of the moun )1I, tain. It had hoen Ley a long mar'' that day, anl as the an afternoon h a d up ` , drawn to a close am the weary pil ney / grims had re joiced when the ts j k1 cloud going be fore thorn ha lad ceased its slow t', majestic mo ve ment and stood cr i ged no second blast front call the people to tht' task r their tents and preparing meal. hand herds, quick to ap .s chance to feed, were soon CO bowsing on the green his grss and foliage to be ,thlle the people, the sim bilshed, busied themselves net gp, in putting everything ne or rested before the tent i talked over the wonderful a the past few days. The children, set to watch over end prevent their straying dulged in play together, and tle ones romped about the nr ghel! elders, and their merry ad~ghter blended in rare bar 0 the murmur of the waves r rippled along the sand...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 July 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. I'ui lihed Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. 9INE IDLLAR A YEAR IN AI)VAN'E. .ii. I; it lihe pttiiie at \telsh. La., as 1econI ! Ilai : ,1tter. i'I; II \ , .I1 I. 1 r, 19tih; Ii -'flly 1 iiniou.11 E. E. KIMBALL Is 1)'prelard( to fl'rllishl TOMB STONES Sof Alny Descrilptimn, oil S Shiort Notice. E. E. Kimball, Welsh, - - - Louisiana. + t"1"""""""""+ 4tf""÷ *@@SSCS@SSlS OOO000OO0 @ * ONS(.t.TI'.G .CCOINTAVT. COLLECTIONS. * * M t W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. * * ter ,v Wel.h La i o. '':2 F. A. 31. o " t ( W\\itlh N haptr, x,.:.0, It. . 31. J ,rol'l'Aer W'clý.h (',lan anialurv N. 1) li.''. " - (':lrk W . Ca('at', o. I- 70, W. 0. W. (. (. i rand Lot.e, K. ,f 1.O OOO000O *0 * ***00***0000000 4 IRRIGATION. LIn\DSL IS. , I A. E. PARENT I Civil Engineer, 4 ADI)DRESS L-AKE CHARLES, LA. t o~nsorial ,rtist1 S | ,' 3| ! tl*1 SNORTH SIDE RAIL OAD AVENUE. - Welsh, La. -............s City Barber Shop1, 9 6 A. HI BERT, Prop. 110ot and Cold 9 1mt n...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 July 1906

REKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. rdayn ............................... $1.00 s, d room per week.................. ....... 4.50 S. ................... ............. 3.50 R- DECIKER, Prop ~e-h _ . . Louisiana. SODA WATER j nd all kinds of r SDRINKS -ER DRUG CO. ;r.~~**÷.'+÷++÷ 0 LESSONS BY ,IERMAN K. BAL ! W!asdBy's and Saturday's i 10 until 5 o'clock p. ii. : ATTHE EUREKA HOTEL. iflr Pacific Timnel (Card. EAST BOUND. 'due ............ . :4 a. 111. 11:4i a. In. ll . ... . . . 4:1" p. In. 8e .................. 4:1' p. . WEST BOUND. du ...............· ... :: 4i p. m e .................. 4:24 a. m due.. ........ : a. m I,: 7 and 8 night trains. 4 eforfurther inform atio n. J. F. TUBBS, Aecnt. lingtwine the best. tI. A. sallsizes and prices at the Wl Book store. J a-To Mr. and Mrs. A. Har', rso&y, July 1. inld figured crepe :l)paper at the si ulBook Store. o-July.3, 'to .Mr. andi 11rs. ItHrwis, a boy. a -1riItsns, Ierigerator, at the Furniture Store. t .Austin was a business vi...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 July 1906

EI ''['II -O ,L W1?ILS11. - - - - - - LAA Plea for Wild Flowers. This is the season of the year wheno . dwellers in cities and towns may be seen returning after holiday excur sions, loaded down with flowers, leaves and branches of trees, torn off from their sterns by peoplo who wish to carry away with thlm the beauti ful things that natuire so lavishly spreads abroad in the .pring. To ad mire and to desire to po,,'ss these beautiful things is naItlural, yet to tear them down and carry them away shows a deuldorabl, lack of thoughtL The least infllrmI.,l person, if willing to pause antil thinik for a moment, 'ays Forest and Stream. knows very well that a few hours afte.r the twig has been parted from its branch or the flower from its stem, twig anal flower alike must lose all resrmIlancie to tit; 4 beautiful growing thing that inspired the wish for lise .si'ln anil is no longer worth havn. Thf,': . for the gratificatiin ol a piast ig i o es', 0t0 has destroy 1,d a Iu;lltifllul buiJ...

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 July 1906

0mAN LOVEB BY ALL prs. Thomas fortune Ryan, One of the Most Philanthropic, as She Is One of the Most Wealthy, New York Women Who Devote Their Lives to Doing Good to Others. SPENDS A MILLION DOLLARS YEARLY ON lER VARIOUS CHARITABLE SCHEMES Wife of Wall Street Baron. She Lives Plainly, Builds Churches, Helps Hospitals, and Spends All Her Spare Moments MakinS Baby Clothes for the Poor Gives Without Ostentation, and to All Who Are Worthy and Unfortunate. Day in anild day out she sits and and i and knits and knits, with a Bi Sdfastness of purpose that ruled secol ti~lngers of Mine. Jacobin. But the a ro tiitches she tak's are not the record with of evil destinies. Thiey mean succor pictt for the sick and heavy-laden, work cons for idle hands, lbread for the hungry, wea enlightenment for the untutored. stre Gentle, sympathetic, intensely pious, tea I home-lover and a hoiiie-ttaker, is i is ( is woman-this mother in the old- and fashloned meaning of the word, the tele: tife of Thomas Fortu...

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 July 1906

IF YOU WANT To keep in touch with the Oil Field News Read The Rice Belt Journal, if you wan~t to know what the De= velorrens Are in regard to the New Railroad Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you w:·. int to Keep Posted on the Crop and Weather Condi= tios throughout the -ice Belt Read The Ri3e Belt Journal. If you want to Keep Posted on the Cutrre~t News of the Town and Community Read The Rice Belt Journal. If you want a Concise Epitome ofi the N:ws of the State and Nation Read The Rice Belt Journal. If you want to Read Sir Conan Doyle's Famous Prize Story, "The White Company," which will cost you $1.50 in Book Form Read The Rice Belt Journal, In fact, if you want a Thorough ly Alive TWELVE PAGE WEEKLY, Furnishing News: Local, State and National; Interesting Short Articles, and one of the Best Serial Stories: 'The White Company,' that has been written for years Subscribae for Tlie Rice Belt Jolffnal ----I " $ -.00 .---'.. l,, P. 5:--. The First Chapters of "THE WHITE COMPANY" wil...

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 July 1906

r V 1. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, J 'LY 13,' 1906i. NVIBER. TE FOR THE RAILROAD TAX MONDAY, JULY i6! OUR GREAT $ TEN DAY SALES HAS JUST CLOSED $ antwe stilt iid our Stock of Clothing so Large that vw vhave decided to continue SALE PRICES Untilour Stck is Reduced and that means Clothing A Actual Wholesale Cost, We also find we have a Big Lot of:Remru enants in te Dry Goods Line, which will be clsed out at BARGAINS in or= der to miakL room for our IMMENSE FALL STOC; ?C. SlIGNA 2 OTHIIlNG STORE. I WiELSh, - LOUISIANA. ASON RICE SEED, FEED AND CASH IF YOU NEED THEM You May Not Have Good Seed; You May Need Feed for your Stock; You May Need Some Cash, If Not Now, Then Later in the Season. Call on or write eBpls' deendent Rice lill Co., Ltd., CR -'T L'', L~a. H. E. iEALD, agent, Welsh, La. . .- ,· 1~) ~ elsh Iiachine Shops, .. V. AN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINGS Any Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF 4 iI and Irrigating Strainers, M .\DE ON SHORT NOTICE. , ALL KINDS...

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 July 1906

Marah, the Place of Bitter Water THIRD-In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF TIlE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF JHE IIEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, I t. t1 ,e auth,. \" , . LI.f r.) Scripture Authority: Exodus 15:2"2-6 A 'T E :R! Water' Wa ter" The cry rat down the lont line of marching people, the gla( news passing fron mouth to mnioutl S until the sultrl air of the deser fa i rly quivere, . 'with the volume o; r, the sound. In th( Sf .t F" 'r distance away of " to the left couh be clearly seen the vision of coo springs and shady palm trees, and th( welcome sight brought a wild thrill ol joy and thankfulness to the thirsty tired people. For two days now since their de. parture from the Red sea, after their miraculous deliverance from Pharaoh the Hebrew people had been strug. gling across the hot, dusty reaches ol the wilderness. The water they hac brought with them, while not exhaust. ed, was warm and brackish, and theli thirsty bodies were longing for s drau...

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 July 1906

EIS GRAND SCRIBE . C .ga cu! " .:. : : i:. i: . . Io ga etr ral us ce cie us si ci dl dl IT 0O SIRENGTHENS OIE SYSTEM S GerG O nd Scribe, C went I 0. 0. F of is tant City Auditor, 1 ' City Hall San Antonio, yearsago I accepted a ,scretary and treasurer the leading dry goods of Galveston, Tex. change from a high and to sea level proved too sad I became afflicted d cold in thie head, and to such anll extent as to tate me for attending d to try Peruna, and peral bottles In small d ..to say that I was to my normal condli ilnce recommended dto my friends." Water Wheat Per Acre Red Cro f aebri , Winter *,,TM~etc. for fall pianting gyp~ r: ý...La rosse. W I. MD OF PEANUTS. Ho, Slisbhed by All Animals galippopotamus Devours %e with Pleasure. E ut is a delicacy relished by a p "said a New York animal we Mbrve come to this conclusion wat k-ioffered it to every animal r.y :'tral Park zoo, and having it the -b none. ]ow it isn't allowed; but I'm those individuals who offer Suc hd scriminate nu...

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 July 1906

Tie Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE I5OL.LAR A YEAR IN ADVAN('E. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh. La. as second class matter. F1I1L)AY. .ILY 13, 1906 l'o i rz're wiihli atic n all copyI 8hould he in ). N. I .EAD, EfI?'OR. E. E. KIMBALL SIs prepared to furnish : i TOIB STONES i of Any Description, on S Short Notice. ; - E. E. Kimball, - * Welsh, - - - Louisiana. *+~~~~~~~~~+ ~~ *"""e""""OOOO*30000000*0I* * CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., - 6 NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. S* '",3 Welsh Lodge No J F. ,". M A. 1. ,tSee v Welsh ('hapter, No. 50, It. A. M. ]-'corder Welsh ('ommandry No. 10 K.T. (:lerk Welsh ('aimp, No. 17ti, W. 0. W. *(. G. (~rauI LO eg, K. of II. i"OOOOOOOOOOO"OOOOOOOOOO0S , IRRIGITION. L.DSCR EYS. SA. E. PARENT SCivil Engineer, " 9 4 ADDRESS S LAKE CHARLES, LA. 4 9 Tnsora 1r1ist, i :WOfiK  .! i'I 9 NORTH SIDE ;A.L CA) AVL4IUF. Welsh, La. O"-......o..o City Barber Shop, y A. HlEBERT, Prop. . S'Hot and...

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 July 1906

(UREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. dP er day ............................. ........$1.00 and room per week.................. ........ 4.50 Sper week .................................... 3.50 :. DECECER, Prop. we3' - LouL-.isiana,. Y- m  m- . . I . E.CREAM, I SODA WATER ",d all kinds of 9L IDRINKS SAt . pER DRUG CO.* LESSONS BY ,IIGR AN K. BAL  lasy's and Saturday's 130 until 5 o'clock p. . n : ATTHB :: EUREKA HOTEL. ....* jIr Pacific Time Cartl. EAST BOUND. . . 8:35 a. I " . ..... 11:47 a. . d . . 1 :0 0 a . I.. i(g . ...... . ... .. 4:1 p. m. WEST BOUND. I......:0 4 p. IM*** ....... .. 4:24 a. m S............ ) a III )4 .......... io,7 and 8 night trains. 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. TJoOes went to Jenningfs \ l ag twine the best. H. A. leBurney was a Smunday visit Walsh. for cash coupons at ailtyofLake Charles wasp in lolday. Wtinethe best. H. A. Day Mrtin came over from Crow Texas hay at Bros, I -Dtl.of Lake Charles was in illwdsy, SAn agent to sell tic...

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 July 1906

WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. Tl.H ro i one' t iin : '(-i"I!i:: A wonlt an wid ;ja;., to :s;elndl al; ,;! n xi ',x U te:' aIIo  i/.ni; to her t;mil. if .:.e lets hi; pi''4rloar bIutrn. lv::i ti h n 1 , hc!n t r i:t i.t w:t,. ,lr) "is I owad h,, .v," sa' w ,' Tu1:,i phri i h lasi: ':. I:!t it d'.,t..n't rain ____-- _.__--I It i. n '" - a it ie " .;s t ' i. 1 thl ,y i.m l tI , 1', I i1.w btl ; in tan \\ en ldaint -l:'"" paiints a marine oiew i it iSi i l 1."ilh;i, It) l ht l l thiait lUothe: fieel; ! "" s.ri1!'ay ,rla. .inc ila I t f.. tI ,  ot h ,I. at i t. " :t ' "j ' " ; aI ;I i.'i . +i . not con. Alt , fl tt as Whiol t.,'l s o if isi 3 li1'}' at t'my < :I ,1 1 t1 t womani who v.un l't I ,'r 1 1' I' tinotke . W ea ting Ir :1; ,:n-t :i )w, at the sr r:I ti t h t, ; i-; i!. 1 l . i', :;!' tla' t! thall f' r a. it'l i w I,;l: t 'a I) t ihe, n i of het 1':t 'ti f t i n, A i in ;11e-i for ; l ai '.y cOi ilt ,' i dtso in KanI Suti is :in to he i wi 'h ...

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 July 1906

I . 'I. :j:?cI.·.-· A ( :I::::/ .I) New York.-Ensign Bagley, one of be heroes of the sea fight of Car jenam harbor, is dead, the Spanish twr is history, but the other hero ef that conflict of shells with shells sad Americans with Spaniards and smoke powder with smokeless powder t still living, Capt. Frank H. New smb, a native of Boston, the com mander of the Hudson, the only hero ft the Spanish war who received a pgold medal from congress. He was Lieut. Newcomb six years ago, and sow he is Capt. Newcomb. the super isor of anchorages an% the purchas ing odcer at the port of New York. Some day the histories will refer to the sea fight of Cardenas harbor eo the afternoon of May 11, 1898, as a typical brave, rash exploit of the American seaman. They will men tion Bagley's name in sonorous para ý , Lieut. Bernadou's name in sonorous paragraphs, and they also will tell of how Lieut. Newcomb, commanding officer of the ex-revenue catter Hudson, a wooden boat, ran in ader destructive masked ...

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 July 1906

IF YOU WANT To keep in touch with the Oil Field News Read The Rice Belt Journal, if you want to know what the De velopmerts Are in regard to the New Railroad Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you v,'a:t to Keep Posted on the Crop and Weather Condi= tions throughout the Ric. Belt Read The j ice Belt Journal, If you want to Keep Posted on the Current News of the Town and Community Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you wart a Concise Epitome of the News of the State and Nation Read The Rice Belt Journal,. If you wanti to Read Sir Conan Doyle's -amous Prize Story, "The White Company," which will cost you $1.50 in Book Form Read The Rice Belt Journal, In fact, if you want a Thorough ly Alive TWELVE PAGE WEEKLY, Furnishing News: Local, State and National; Interesting Short Articles, and one of the Best Serial Stories: 'The White Company,' that has been written for years Subscribe for The Rice Belt Jo0nm P. 5:- The First Chapters of "THE WHITE COMPANY" will be sent to all New Subscribers who as...

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 July 1906

WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JULY 20, 1906. NUMBER 7. .. . . . . . . . . . . -- . .. . . . . .. . . -- - - - - - .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . CLOTI'N AT SOc O TIUB $. S O Tur Entire Line of Sum mer Clothing Must Go be= fore summer is over. 'We still have a Fine Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This is no Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! 2 ome, See, Be Con= vinced. ALABLE WITH A MEANING The Lable of QueenQuality Shoes means this:- That the Shoe is Made of Live Material, and First=Class Work= manship. Thatthe Buyer of a pair ci these Shoes can get his mon eyback if there is anything wrong with Ma teualor Work':nship. Priced $2.50, $3, $3.50 INAL CLOTHINIG STORE, We1sh, La. IAbVACES ON RICE SEED, FEED AND CASH 1 IF, YOU NEED THEM You May Not Have Good Seed; 4 You May Need Feed for your Stock; You May Need Some Cash, If Not Now, , Then Later in the Season. 9 Call on or write . ples' Independent Rice 11 Co., Ltd., j OTLE=Y', La.- I . H. E. H'EALD, agent. Welsh, La....

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 July 1906

Elim, the Place of Refreshing FOUITH-ln Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOlURNET OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1WJO, by the author, W. 5. Edson.) Scripture Authority: Exodus 15:27. T DID not seem to the weary, tired, thirsty people that they could go a step farther. The journey from Ma rah had been try ing and hard, and with no sign of shade or water, the poeple won dered where they \' ý( . could camp. On every hand the hot, barren sands Stretched away before them save away in the distance there rose a jagged flne of rock, which looked even more forbidding than the level wastes, for it seemed to bar their passage and shut them in to the desolation about them. The recent blessing at Marah, where God had healed the bitter waters and satisfied their thirst, was too fresh in mind for them to murmur or ques tion the way in which the Cloud was leading them, butnevertheless there was that impatient fretfulness which arises from physi...

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 July 1906

isa Backache? SUE'IS WARNING TO WOMEN .lwoman's Organism Cured and pain Stopped by Lydia E.  egetable Compound. as though my back would t omen utter thetse words over again, but continue to oeand sier with achesin the L back, pain low down in bearing.down" pains, ner no ambition for any task. do ot realize that the back is g of woman s organism, Sindicates by aching a dis. dition of the female organs S~ps, and that the aches and ,continue until the cause is - Pinkham's Vegetable Corn baa been for many years the ronlyeffective remedy in such it speedily cures femnale and disorders and restores the fe sa to a healthy condition. ,It offered with female troubles for suffering intense pain each my ack ached until it seemed as bsld break, and I felt so weak all ldid not find stren th to attend to - kbstbadto stay in bed a large part , two or three days every month. sleepless nights, bad dreams and -da All this undermined my .t lted.anold family physician, who gatItry Lydia E. Pinkham's ...

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 July 1906

ice Belt Journal. I',l I'Iw EI:vQry Friday by .h 2;~i Priuiting Company, Ltd. I. 110~ ..11t U YEARt IN ADVANCE. !1 ,."tl lilt. i-toflict' at Welsh, La., as y,.. ,,t"I "ia - Iiu! ter. "'I I) Y. .' 1, . 1' JP'~u i l: 11 i1 , . t t v -1' IOTI I I v ill CROP A'JD WEATHER. Si '.ti i;l ;t,". I it l .'I;e?.t that tIl ei ," i \ I't' i ii' 1;ii1 iit a rIdI x irait. 120 ,I ,1i (1tt +11 (; 1 a , i f 111 \ ie sda1slc It 222 Titi. l. a. .1,' "teiil'iar an .t sriad .222 V a.N ittt i 1, , t il1 t2iitcnii Lo i nk in 2t)?a ltl\\-; l a it kilN lb,. atei tiriti i s a] " IL kUI; (t ii n ll a .iii \\'etl to i IIr l ,ri "1i 6 \drit1 lNIII2v ' tiis Irilo it). ;llit s ie )ii ait r ;l1.rau , (itt ' llnrit ic ane ri iit iii c rs 1 oi 1O ii co lo lh2 i. Iil itt (I, " 1. I .le t'. 161 IlttCh u , ua .NI , will tilt iltli (1u\ it'titit 1(r( I"stLk litii\ I,.lit i:a ls tNo 2 Iii iai ci t _J'it'tNElsi 011221.1 1 itlll I i'22 \ 1'1,11 'l t Ini PU ilt. 121201 li p pr'. ti 1,\ an I te il l~ ail: th Ittiti; 221' ant "...

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 July 1906

ITRREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. per day .. .............................. $1.00 and room per week.................. ....... 4.50 ~nr week.... ............... ....... . ...3.50 P. DECIKER, Prop s. - Louisiana.a i.CREAM, SOOA WATER and all kinds of D DRINKS : At , pOER DRUG CO. 0, N ÷, + ,.÷. +e IIACCOUNTAT. COLLTCIIO\S r4 p, RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. wa1,hLodgpe No. 2322 F. & A. M. dl Crter, Owe scehnpoulnirandr 0KT ýesphCu (p ". , t. . 4 6 ad Lodge, K. of H. 1 te'i paclile Time ('ard. EAST BOUND. * 8:35 a. nm. 4l t  ..... . . . . . . . . . . . I :.............. . a. in. e............ :00 a. in. 4:1w p. m. WEST BOUND. de ...... ... 3:04 p. m. . ................ 8 p. m .<rý .............. ... 4:24 a. mn d .............. 9:20 a. m os. 7 and 8 night trains. M3 4 for further information. J. F. 'rTUBs, Ai ent. 's twine the best. H. A. S. Wood went to Houston Satur twine.the best. H. A. I)Day lLJ. Miller went to Jennings sad Mrs. Paul Daniel were in Slonday....

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