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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 19 September 1902

4 t C i Y, vh if ' -, ', p ien aia V Washing t Peptoo, Pa. I Sq0partera at S up on 1 ta., a mtile r, a Fobtey g n Bar the .4 frone San , and stopped -mls. Evans - ro daughters, :Miss Virginia ialece, and the tenant Frank T. the party found ky-Admiral Ev `e; 0 son-ln-law, Lieu de Marsh, .s on duty aias a homne at Yolo motsta stay in Tokio r party were pre ress, as was also d. his staff, his son number. rise was expressed yer the selection of a ten the warship had been confidently pretty young daugh-. 'Stone would . be the honor was con uasan Quay, only and dMr. Matthew hlvadta. Miss Quay ý. ý r `4 ;, } ý'ý, ~ý ýý S j i. W ark ý lLý ý. Fr.... fýý. ýý',ý ýýsýý`i" as ; ý. >. .ýc.< t: .ý' ius ir·e tooI Sto beauty; . most attrao inston home h i Kstireet;' fr -.young poe stat of Penndyl S_ l} is at Lake decks, where the bi ,Juiice and lt.ina return to ,.theft ..perma will in. future 're d; i Mount SThe historic undergoing re :putting in of a ;At present the the judge i health and no...

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. — 19 September 1902

PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR PRAISES PE-RU-NA. 0 Chronic Catarrhal Ailments Cured. Illr Fiesbytererlan Church of Greensboro, Ga.. an Its Pastor and E~der. FI sbyterian Church of Greens TBH  as when men of promi . nmd itated to give their testi proprietary medicines for pub' This remains true to-day of pa ietary medicines. But Pe run a come so justly famous, its me own to so many people of hig g" w stations, that no one hesi ta ý 7 e his name in print recom men eruna. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. Men representing all classes and sta tions are equally represented. A dignified representative of the Pres byterlan church in the person of Rev. E. G. Smith does not hesitate to state publicly that he has used Peruna in his " family and found it cured when other remedies failed. In this statement the Rev. Smith is supported by an elder in his church. Rev. E. G. Smith, pastor of the Presby terian c urch of Oreensboro,Ga.,writes: "fRaving used Peruna in my fa...

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. — 19 September 1902

cal Notice that the GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE is closing out all sum tmer 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. -1 1--0 "A Gentle Tip."l If you wish to purchase a bargain in Rice : or Oil land, call and see us. " We Have a Snap to Offer You. A SURE THING at a SMALL price. Don't forget who we " "rb. THE OLD RELIABLE firm, i fý,E. F,, ROWSON & COMPANY. : GE LAND 0., Limited. ,Rice,. Sugar and Timber Land 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 I d 4ulled. Some of them are under irrigation canals. Apply to .,"JAIlES ELLIS, J. B. WATKINS, WELSH, LA. LAKE CHARLES, LA. Z F. JX. WEST give you the benefit of the market and will sell for CASH only and at a small profit. Also .. Choice Town Lots i the West & West su...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 3 October 1902

o LK.enn os, , OF JENNINGS, ells It for L for Less. N -.i VOL. III. WELSH, CALCASIEU pABISIH LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBERý 8. NN1902. NO. "S.r,: --- ......, ,.. t w V CTJFU C:_I ýHf S. . Elegant Line of . . • Millinery and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. Also Bi Dress Good and Trimmings . i Line of .. Drs o.s Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANMELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. ....... Wall Rice Milling Company, LIMITIED. Highest Cash Price Paid for Rice. Before disposing of your goods see our representative. SA. A. . POSTLETHWAITE. . Office: Davidson-flartin Real Estate and Loan Company, Welsh, La. HON. A. R; PIJO. wa " col Something About the New Congress- ;ui " man from this District. uth Arsene P. Pujo was born on Decem- s ber 16th, 1861, in Calcasieu parish, el near Lake Charles, and has lived in i t.he town of Lake Charles since 1873. sti His father was Paul Pujo, a native of co France, who settled in the State of be SLou na in 1836, and remained in be...

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. — 3 October 1902

V. O:.LISIA NA r easel. Rusasan to be greatly in need toetge c mother-in-law. was not the only man might be identified by i'scaping Miss Deacon the ince of Germany has bought - ie. don Saturday Review must eloo~me visitor at William Wal r's house. wise man never Judges a politi ton by the length of the t procession. :sn't evefy motorman that can t of having had a presidential fist Sunder his nose. oor old Niagara. Almost any ham go through without getting killed. attraction is left? 1 ia an off year in politics, but ~lg-pong craze is doing its best e up the deficiency. bly Rudyard Kipling's idea of 'is that it is a place where you P1eet any of your relatives, 'Thpmas Lipton continues "to Sithe cup as .one of the best ents available for his busi ah. stories we hear about . Gates are true, how does it 'a anybody else has any -t' ethre is Just as much ;:t. ever but the bicjvle S'seem. to be. able to in Iowa "who dommitted ter than go to school would been benefited much by an couirtesy...

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. — 3 October 1902

Customs of the Japs .Habits and Manners That Seem Strange to Visitors From the West. '(Special Correspondence.) HO dares say a treaty port is uninteresting, if that port be Yokohama, the key of Japan? After nineteen days on the vast Pacific, unrelieved by whale or porpoise, passing ship or floating berg, we moored outside the breakwater, and native sampans con reyed us. to shore. Everything in this land works un der disadvantage. Machines are bare ly known, and human energy is wasted. Conservation of force is no :part of the Japanese creed, and if it were, what would happen to the many 'thousands who now eke out their life in labor? So we read the warning, "Since the only water supply is from *a well seventy feet deep, and the wa ter can only be drawn by manual labor, guests cannot be allowed more than two baths per week." No aqueducts, no hydrants, no reservoirs, no Johnstown flood surely, and no provision against fire! In the little wooden washtubs, which hold per haps a gallon. t...

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. — 3 October 1902

S CoGmpany. I A TAR IN ADVANCo. it the posatofAoo at Welsh, La., as AY, OCTOBER 3, 1902.tr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1902. The Oil Well. - `'Tere is nothing new to report this el.rk about the oil well, except the ler has been bailing the well and - frings up lots of oil. At intervals, after it has been uncapped, it has { gushed several times, one time seven .feet above the derrick. Those inter #: ested seem to have faith in the well finally being brought in, a gusher, but -any are under the impression the '.-,epth, 1080 feet, is not deep enough tn id the driller will be compelled to go .deeper. Be this as it may, there is no '. doubt about there being oil in paying `:Quantities and that a first class gush er Will ultimately be brought in. It is understood that arrangements are b, -eing made for the boring of other . ells in the field at an early day and ':it Is believed that the Welsh oil field will soon be one of the most prolific -,in the country. New Baptist Church. The contract for...

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. — 3 October 1902

DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. . . . . . mm m m B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. A full set of plans and specifications furnished with estimates. I do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repairing. Let me make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to your interest to do so. Try it. I can fur nish any reference required. My residence is Roy Jones' place. Drop me a postal and I will call on you. J. D. KIPIBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. SAll Kinds of Repairing a Specialty. , Shop located on North Adams street. m _ . . . . . . Gladiator Java and Mocha Blend Coffee. Scientifically blended and roasted. The best coffee on the market. Made by the Crescent Coffee Mills, New Orleans. Sold by A. E. Bell & Co., Welsh, La. City Meat Market, A. E. Bourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. IC delivered in town at all I CT times. WELSH, LA. :. Read the...

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. — 3 October 1902

tS and Rams for Breeders. ' periment station bulletin ,A'4 a 'rle it is i hJurioui to, immature 'stock; and the best are not to be expected from or very old animals. Both ob and experience have con l e that the use of a ram lamb, ample, as sire in a lock, results lacking in character and of quality, while the use of a .ram would have given satis S"returns. There is a general aeyt n the anxiety to secure re-. from breeding herds, to breed the SWiles at too early an age, which too Wt5b injures the vitality and growth, ,'4 promotes reduced size and quality. iAntimals should not be required to x ateon themselves the burdens of otlterhood until they have acquired 'fair maturity and development. The -Mian .who breeds his ewes to first lamb , 4! :T long yearlings, to have. his beef s" wsi first drop calves at thirty months old, or his dairy cows at twenty-four or twenty-4lx months, or his Bows to, i.rst 'farrow at twelve or fourteen moths .of ae, is on safer ground in p I ing aup his her...

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. — 3 October 1902

.I leetricity may be the motive power of the future, but the fact re mains that in the census year 1900 the output of steam locomotives was more than 3,000. valued at more than 880.000,000. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND WOMAN'S REMEDY FOR WOMAN'S ILLS. has no terrors for the man who wears SAWYER'S EXCELSIOR BRAND Suits and Slickers Warrantd watrlproof. Oet rthe senulne. Look fo trade mark. Ir vour dealer di-,'t btia them. Write for oatalogue to .i- A. Hi. aWYEE do BON. Sole M!i... East Cambrldge, Ma-s. YEARS AGO h e we began our present bus ness of selling general mer chandiseatwholesaleprlces direc to the oonsumer--two mM :millions of people ordered fn¢V i frommS tlast year, sav grom ls to 40 per Cent. !ou'rn a holl t-rade with Um-why not ur 1 e 0-paR 41 catalogue tells the story. S.T CHICAGO The house that tells the truth. •; I I I ] . L. DOULA "- "& $3.QE SHOESWI :' W. `Douglas shoes are the standard of the dorld. W.. L. mglas made and sold more men's Good Suew Welt ...

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. — 3 October 1902

i Stehel Ranges 1 ke Jewel heaters and cooks are m mae by the celebrated which grew to be the Larg est Stove Plant in the World because it built the Bet Stoves. SJEWEL Stoves and Ranges Cost No More Sthan common stoves. Why risk buy inlg an other makes? JawSZA Z.AsT We recommend them. L. L. MORSE & SONS, Welsh, La. EXCURSION TO F COLORADO! A party is being organized at Roanoke to visit the celebrated rgated districts of Colorado on Wvednesday, October 8, 1902. Thera i411 be a big rush of people to the South Platte Valley this to take advantage of the low,prices of land which is offered for a le·ytbthe ColIorado Colony Co., of Denver. Big yields 6f alfalfa, en, getables and fruits, with Denver and the gold and mining tat for markets. ! re advertising matter upon application. JAMES OLICK, Roanoke, La. 4 * Special Notice .': that the -GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE is closing out all sum °,,nmet goods. SMen's, Boys and Children's Clothing S in order to make room for fall stock. The Prices wi...

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. — 10 October 1902

'' "" : ' . V:4' 1 1 WALKIER, Sells .,,_It.,,._i ugelll Ite it for Les. for Les.' VOL. III. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISEIH, LA., FRI.DAY, OCTBI3.R 10, 1902. Elegant Line of . . Millinery and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. Also a BigDress ood and Trimmings Just Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. wwwwww-OIL AAA -LAAAAA AA-I AAA AA A Wall Rice Milling Company, LIMITED. Highest Cash Price Paid for Rice. Before disposing of your goods see our representative. A. H. POSTLETHWAITE. Office: Davidson-flartin Real Estate and Loan Company, Welsh, La. 00 ELECTRIC IRRIGATION. Illinois Plantation Will Punmp From Wells By Electric Power. Jennings, La., Oct. 8.-A. Brechaer, the veteran well driller, started yes terday with his house on wheels and several tons of well boring machinery for the Illinois rice plantation, where he has a contract for putting down a number af wells for irrigation pur poses. The entire outfit will be ship ,pe...

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. — 10 October 1902

Waz4w., ~Publibu. SLONUISIANA. reach a loty ideal be careful Sto it yourself. Poverty is hitch"' _ , . aing around Monte , . me he must be doing it in ! man who prophesied that the "eal strike would end Sept. 15 1ig wrong. ,i$ Edward is out of the hands of -phy cians, that is so far as takfig is concerned. : The man who put carbolic acid on a*en and has now lost his toe has one cure all right. Tht k what a lot of precious wood :as. burned in those devastating cirest ure~ in the far northwest! The automobile and the Adirondack h4uemter are running a close race ia.t~ v iani-killng contest just now. ?h; i shah's hotel bill in Paris was a3. ,*a day.. The hotel people must wished that he would stay all Sha . Alfonso of. Spain is only a slip Jyo , but he hats already made ha q'cUsuida Bernhardt jealous in the adver aIt".ie. tio &::' U aire aend can destroy more val- ws uetimber in one forward movement too the wood pulp fiend can chew up ayears. hat sýantouncement that the Castel* ...

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. — 10 October 1902

"Village" of London Correspondent Writes of Some Peculiarities of the Great British Metropolis. (Special Correspondence.) k ITAIN'S capital is not upon B iseven hills, yet it is divided into far more than seven quarters by partitions greater and more formidable than hills. It is the great spread of Lon don that has imparted to the metropo lis of the world its peculiar charac -ter. I have written character when -the word should have been in the plu ral. For London has characteristics, and no one character; and yet in the eyes of the alien world a Londoner is a Londoner with the hall marks of his zmighty city upon him. But here again is an anomaly. London is not a city so much as a congeries of cities, a welter of separate and impinging .towns, a concatenation of villages. New York, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Chicago-take all the great cities of the world, and you will not find in .any of them either the proportionate area, cosmopolitanism, differences, or (strange to say) the homogeneity...

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. — 10 October 1902

SRice Beý Journal. . Published Every Friday by Walker & Company. iN DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 'anted at the postofioe at Welsh, La., as ,. ooeod cls matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1902. ' The urice of coal is enough to put I the shivering man to thinking about some kind of protection for the con a sumer. Tile fact that children have an ap- 1 petite for dirt does not prove that the [ whole race formerly lived in the t ground. It is feared Senator Alger may hin der pure food legislation. If anybody says beef Senator Alger will probably hit back. During the great coal strike Louisi ana can make faces at the coal barons, c and turn on the oil faucet for all the 3 fuel she wants. t It is said that Horace Boies looks ° ,beyond Tom Johnson's tent and sees s the White House standing up bigger t than an elephant. He is headed that t way. r " ,When Justice Brewer of the United a States Supreme court started a fire i With gasoline and got burned, he was s simply following a long-established e...

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. — 10 October 1902

DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN lCO., " Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. A full set of plans and specifications furnished with estimates. I do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repairing. Let me make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to your interest to do so. Try it. I can fur nish any reference required. My residence is Roy Jones' place. Drop me a postal and I will call on you. J. D. KIfIBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty. Shop located on North Adams street. Gladiator Java and Mocha Blend Coffee. Scientifically blended and roasted. The best coffee on the market. Made by the Crescent Coffee Mills, New Orleans. Sold by A. E. Bell & Co., Welsh, La. City VMeat Market, A. E. Bourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. ICE delivered in town at all E LH Ltes. WELSH, LA.. Read the Journal and get 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. — 10 October 1902

,OL..D SAIL• S 4 raz Z.rTTLE L.' A4 .. AA's A D ' IV TFL4T C VRe 7Z - Ar77Va r Q rne mit roWt .r OUvR t14e "It was all along of my trying to alay it low <town on a chu mof mine named Itld il"celer. Them as has ". .' a never had the advantages of a sea ed . ", dication will think I'm spinnin' a twister when I goes reelin' off a yarn about dreams comin' to pass, but ts, believed or not, the Gospel sarved out at the Bethel ain't no or what I be to tell. In course, not every dream comes to pass. asa some'at younger nor I be now. and me an' Bud Bleec r war ship 'hto the Cultivator. Cap'n Ahasuerus Clark. e sailed for Liverpool and beat the cap'n's old rival. Dan Brooks of taway, easy, but Brooks was riled anu bet our captain £200 we 6~ do it again. that you may be sure Cap'n " i.eren't no way careless in over the sails and riggin' of the . But, no matter, me an' over to that 'ere public house Delia was, as I was sayin', reg' rwatch on deck, and I don't mind Sw% was having the com...

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. — 10 October 1902

A GREAT SUFFERER FROM RHEUMATISM. Cured by St. Jacobs Oil. Mr. E. 0. Moore, of 7, Phillips Street, Kingaland: "I was a great sufferer from Rheu matism for many years, during which time I tried many remedies, from w'hich I received but very little relief. ]:eing advised to use St. Jacobs Oil, I did so, and am happy to say that after a few applications I felt great relief, and continuing its use I can now say I am perfectly well. St. Jacobs Oil is, in my opinion, a thing which should be in every household." What a blessing, and what hours of suffering, pain and misery would have been saved had Mr. Moore adopted the wiser course and used St. Jacobs Oil at first, instead of wasting time and money on worthless embrocations and nostrums with which, unfortunately, 'the market is flooded. The public should not lose sight of the fact that St. Jacobs Oil has conquered pain for more than fifty years, and it isn't going to stop doing 3 e sare thing now or at any l'tukre time.-Fifty years' recor...

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. — 10 October 1902

'.st National Bank, Welsh, Louisiana. We solicit your business and ,extend 411 courtesies of prudent banking. OF1 ICERS : LEE E. ROBINSON, President. PAUL W. DANIELS, Vice President. FRED D. CALKINS, Treasurer. S' " DIREICTORS: Lee E. Robinson, 'Paul W. Daniels, Chas. P. Martin, Dr. John H. Cooper, H. Albert Davidson; Frank Roberts, cashier Calcasieu National Bapk, Lake Charles, La.; Geo. A. Courtney, cashier First National Bank, Jennings, La. Jewel Steel Ranges Like Jewel heater and Ecoops.U r the very bat of their cltas. They are made by the celebratee DETROIT STOVE WORKS which grew to be the Xrg est Stove Plant in the . World because it built the Best Stoves. WJEWLL Stoves and Ranges Cost No More than cmmon stave. iWh flsh buy SL. L. 1ORSE & SONS, Welsh, La. Sdat Notice .that the GLOBE CLOTýING HOUSE is closing, out all sum mer goods. Mep's, Boys and Children's ClQthing in order1to make room for fall stock. The Prices will be Surprising. 1 ask everybody to call around to see ...

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. — 17 October 1902

INOS, ý; "OL. III. WELSH, OALOASIEU t. ".LA2.,ý ~'~JA~ 6ýCTOB.ER 17, 1902. N.AO To those desiring to open an account or contemplating a change in existing banking arrangements, we say without hesitation, WE DESIRE YOUR BUSINESS, .and will grant you every favor consistent with safe banfking. We care for valuable papers belonging to our patrons free, or will rent them a safety box at one .dollar per year. We invite correspondence or a personal interview. with a view to business. L. E. ROBINSON, President. PAUL W. DANIELS, Yice-President. F. D. CALKINS, Cashier. } o~oo0 oo000O0000000O0OOO0 Elegant Line of . . . Millinery -and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. Also a Big Just Aine a Dress Good and Trimmings in.t Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. Wall Rice Milling Company, LIMITED. - Highest Cash Price Paid for Rice. Before disposing of your goods see our representative. A. H. POSTLETHWAITE. Office: Davidson-flartin Real...

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