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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 20 July 1906

WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - -- LA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Tyler is suffering from what appears to be an organized gang of night rob bers. The number of places visited averages one every night. James Fortune, en route from his home at Port Arthur to'Marlin, for his health, was found d-ad in bed in a ho tel in Houston. The Palestine oil company which lost a test well some time since by the breaking of a drill, will commence a new well in a few days. The total scholastic population of Dallas and Dallas County is 22,663, of which 3,345 are negroes and 19,318 afie white. More than $100,000 consigned to the Alaskan Pacific Express comprany here has been stolen from aboard the steam er Ida May, and no clew has been dis covered as to who the robIbe'rs are. Shlild ('tionhel .Lyon lie nominated for Gov(erno' at El l'aiso a so,,ond lie publicain tci;( t will be,( pI t in the field. This has veirt!e'ily b1)(n dlecided on at private coinfor i es. One hundred and ci:it solid cars 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. — 20 July 1906

LOUISIANA NEWS. HOUSECLEANING PARTY. 150 Negroes and Shipped Them f Out of Lake Charles. fea Orleans, La . .iJul I;.---The H 1.a -remarlabl cit hi ,us' c'!';l- ae o~at h 8 r l lla lccdis o men and wou(l uo 1oard e ger train at l.alk ('harh-s. r'., in ipped them out of tiV OW and pt- in at1d tonight in disla;ltchl1s to the lro i~t. They w-r, lMOln on the i ptrain with he body of a negro ee shot aild Iillid the ci:y alof Jennins. l a.. and who sub aetlY died in jail at l.ake ('Charl .s wounds received while t ;t nmpt to avoid arrest. ortly before midnight th' nli'r otlin, known as the "Hole' in the was invaded by seveall whit ' including some emembers of the ,emilitia on their way to the an state encamlpment. The dispatch a.oose after house was visited and Sates, not being even given to dress, were taken out andt ,ed over to a guard. :Toe motley groulp was marched un rguard of pistols to a water tank . rmile from town and a passen :t rn was stopped and the negroes - loard and their ...

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 July 1906

IF YOU WANT To keep in touch with the Oil Field News Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you want to kyow what the De= velopments Are in regard to the Noew r!ailroad Read The Rice Belt Journal. If you want to Kp Posted on the Crop and Weather Condi= tions throughout the Rice Beit Read The Rice Belt Journal. If you want to Keep Posted on the Current News of the Town and Community Read The Rice Belt Journal. If you want a Concise Epitome of the News of the State and Nation Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you want to Riead 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, I 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 Bell Joau i[ P. 5:-- The First Chapters of co "THE WHITE COMPANY" will be 't to all New Subscriberswho...

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 July 1906

L1 WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JULY 27, 190(. NU BER 8. LOME .. OIG AT ·B( o ON THE $.& Our Ent;i, Line of Summer Clothing toio Befr: sumr;mer is Over We still have Fine Selectio'. i.d All Sizes in Suits. This 0,o Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! C0 IE, ;EE . BE CONVINCED. A LABLii ITH AMIEANING The Labi,' ' u ee , n., (,uality Shoes means . :- rThat ,,,< i. und , If Iiv M .aterial and $ firstclass Vi-That the Buyer of irof these ~h+ o. .;t his monCey 1)a.c k i there anytihin cº: +,tl Material or \Worknmanip. S ' 2. 30 , ,3. 0. L STORE, els, La G.7. "i i m. '8L;~,"~5b6~~~ ·~~~· w hDVIY''tS ON ICT, EED, 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, 1 Then Later in the Season. Cali on or write 1ts' Indledent Rice lill Co., Ltd., - .ROe L, aEYn , La- , H. E. HEALD, agent, Welsh, La. q *@@@@@"*o0 O@OO@O@@*OO S lOO @S0 @ SOOS.O0 elsh Machine Shops,! II. B. VAN IESS, Proprietor. KE...

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. — 27 July 1906

Albet T. Pariek's g Fight t Prevent : Carryg Out of the HAS MADE THE LAW A PLAYTHING Santenced in 19%2 for the MuPrld;r of Mll.osnaire Wii ia r Marsh Rice, By Ski!1ful Maneuver ing He Has Thus Far Eva d the Hands of the Executi ner. l.':r(.I'. ,":(lit(. 1('d 1 O (i .( he h] m ,s io thi . t, i, i' vitaht l . Like a thing i~.: snii'i; a.; alre.tdy crossed the I: . :'-ii.,,.e, 1ronl life, to ideath. he :v hially 1 n i- for tilhe end, soi.e ;:: , `i01 i ( o lie: l s pr])laying, I :r ab'.lnc , i iis aliti waitin;.. fort the N :r( (al a more tincon 'r ti ab:',i e hen foilil than in S 1,,l,'.;r ": 11 c , ie n btrillinr flaht f (L.-:, . .'h rt T Ptot . k against t.,. l\a--. I:.> C, n t,e k in trr ie I a t .:l, ,1 1 for the n ordlr of V,'iliiam Marsh bice, an (..i nirl. nhl nilli,, ::ire wlo had 1,i n found dead five months pre Silv under suspicious circum flunees in his arlartments at No. 500 Iladi on frvnue, Patrick was tried, fle::nl :uilty and sentenc' to die in the ,Ioe ric chair i...

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. — 27 July 1906

ILKMAAIDJ Ss lVendtrful HNNAMENOREN. . HENDRE'N, Rocklyn, i writes., fetter than I have for over Ihave taken several bottles ndone bottle of M analin. iowdoall of my Nwork i U the the cows, take care of thek ,forth. I think Peruna is dul medicaine. we I would be in bed to-day iwrtte to you for advice. all kinds of medicine, but an1y good. bee made me a 'ell and Ilcanever say too much t women of rank and leisure but the wholesome, use, engaged in honest toil Sbe without Dr. Ilartman's ed remedy. has prescribed it for many 4 women every year and he c ~toreceive a multitude of let- r th above, thanking him for and especially for the won ots received from Peruna. meiie IOB3 BROWN'S PHIL OSOPHY. sly thing in this world like B & an. Re take God for our begin n gla wrong. otGod's best gifts are wrapped 7Vr common paper. Saler to knock a man down Ih to turn the other cheek. cfall that God and a good n do to make a good man. abv done nothing, let us be We may do something yet. our love...

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. — 27 July 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE I)O-.LAIR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ;'nt:red at the postoflice at Welsh, La., as secoln .lnit' matter. hl',ilD.1 Y . L'LY 2", 1906 To in-ure unhi iation all copy should be in our oft:le iv b Yeiesday noon. L). 1. 1 ;AUI), EDITOR. . C. S. PORT' ARTHUR ROUTE "Straight as the Crow Files." Kansas City Southern Ral!.vay EXTREMELY LOW RATES ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH SHORTEST LINE AND BEST SERVICE TO KANSAS CITY, PITTSBURG, JOPLIN, NEOSHO, FT. SMITH, TEXARKANA, REAUNjONT, SHREVEPORT, LAKE CHAL'-S and PORT ARTHUR. 4,WT F(R FlEE 1LLUSTRATED LITERATURE J. H. MORRIS, F. E. ROESLER, TRAV'L PASS. AGT. IMMIG'N AGENT. S. C. WARNER, G. P. & T. A. 103 THAvtR BLDG., KANSAS CITY, MO. e IRRIGATION. LAND SUR\IYS. t - A. E. PARENT 6 9 SC ivil Engineer, e Q 4 ADDRESS L '7i LI:IA!LL. . LA.. $$ I· ·Je sh, La. * I. t~~ -Ii;iil; Citv Barber Sh0 i 9 .~T Prop. 9 an4l Cold S n a 1 0 1 8 i. c Sample Room. Isath Roo'...

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. — 27 July 1906

One Block North of Depot. sper day..... .. ............................$1.00 Sand room per week.................. 4.50 per week.............................. 3.50 R.  DECK-ER, Prop. bels. - . . Lotuisiana. and ail kinds of OLD DRINKS 4 • A t o E DRUG CO. ~..cc ,I.TANT. COLLECTIONS. SI. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. 0 Welsh, La. ; Welsh odge -. '!32 F. A. 3\f . . .ye1,Chbater, No. 0, . \ . Itca , Welsh ('at.omatro. 1 7, W. U. 'GOrtd Lodge, K. of li. O ianied Cisterns! No Hoops to Break and Fall Off .. Havlr Tank for Less Money 4,AT THEf Fl TIN SHOP. Suthern Pacifie Time Card. EAST BOUND. (due... ............ .. 8:35 a. In. deh ....... ... ... 11:4 a. im . Idua............- ..... 1:00 a. m . 4da........... 4:1 p. inm. W5aT BOUND.  d .u..... ............ 3:0O p. m. Idue...... ........... 6:38 p. mn 74,.............. .... 4:24 a. m - e............... 9:2O a. m Nos. I and 8 night trains. .m 34 for further information. J. F. TUBus, Agent. Peterseim spent Sunday in 1 Texas Hay at t Bros. ...

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. — 27 July 1906

WELSIl P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - -- - LA. The Ohio judge who sent the Tolelo Ice men to jail is charged with miscon 4duct in office. Oddly enough, the Charge is made i)y the ice men. The Russian douma will scarcely feel complimented by Count Tolstol's Sescription of his opinion of its abili Ies and mtlhods of procedure. According to a statement by Consul General Dray, Australit shipped to British ports from July 1, 1905, to Feb ruary 28, 19(6i , 21,226I;' tons of butter. Sunday Island, in the Pacific, is really the tallest mountain In the ,world. It rises 2,000 feet out of five miles of water, an(! is thus nearly 30, 000 feet from base to summit. The Congressional Record only con tains 63,243,598 words for the first half of the fifty-ninth session. Less than a word to each man, woman and Child in the United States isn't so bad after all. Benjamin .Jeans, who recently re tired as guard on the London and Bir kenhead express after fifty-four years pf service, probably hold* the...

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. — 27 July 1906

TROUBLE IS BRoW N; BEYOND Ri GRND Il IHREATS TO DRI.'E OUT ALL AMERICANS AND OTHER FOREIGNERS. ýdexico For Mexicans" Is the Cry Gen. Reyes. Governor of Nuevo Leon, Said to Be He-ading a Revolutionary Scheme-An An.ri:ca.n Who Pre-' dicts War With Mex:co. Laredo. Tex.. ,li} 2'i.--Tlo;ble of serious naturt' i, l i,'," i'i.' so(uth of i the Rio Granlu', :: Pt stident Diaz iaW summon((l t lit giJveiinot o(,f all the Mexicalj ;titt' .s to tlthe ('iy of 1 MexicO f' !l' plilioS'P of a conlfIQ Fce. The trouble, it i 'l:c.In'l"d, ihas ben tomentl by a::tors. \who have imn pressed the la!,o;'inoi c(l:sses that ithey pre oppressed by the foreiuiners, par- 1 ticularlb Amneric( llS. or (il'i'tgoPe. l",i.s is partic : 'i!i y ir ",(Oil 1, t ' .rd A:12 e - 1 icans lO(hoildi rAli!wry positions anti forkig e :ig the lines. lter; where 1 in Mexico, and l,artitt i:.rily in the 1 northern stat(.:, c.ircul;trs :hat been ( 4stribulted calling o(n .Mexicans to ( drive the Grilg'ies trl;i the countlll' ry...

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. — 27 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= velopments Are in regard to the New Rtzairoad Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you want to Keep P osted on the Crop and Weather Condi= tions throughout the Rice Be t Read The Rice Belt Journal, If you want to Keep Posted on the Current News of the Town and Community Read The Rice Belt Journal. If you want a Concise Epitome of the News 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 Subscribe for Tie Rice Beltl Joarnal P. 5:-- The First Chapters of :"THE WHITE COMPANY" will bef sent to all New Subscribers ...

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 August 1906

gE VII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 3, 1906. N MBEli OTING AT 5Oc ON THE Our Entire Line of Summer Clothing ! Oo Before Summer is Over We still have Fine Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This no Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! COIE, SEE, BE CONVINCED. ALABLE WITH A MEANING RADE MARK The Lable )of Queen Quality Shoes means$ i:- That the shoe is made of Live Material and irst-class \Vorkmmiiship.--That the Buyer of a pirof these Shoes c(an g'et his money back if there isjaything wrons" with Material or Workmanship. PRn IE .2.50, $3.(00), $3.50. GNAL CLOTHINT Q STORE, le1sh, La. _ilBe~/~o~.11~~~~ ADVANCES ON 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 In dependent Rice till Co., Lid., CROL~E, La. H. E. HEALD, agent, Welsh, La. Pmmmmmmin ýi n min elsh lachine Shops,_ I. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHING...

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 August 1906

WATER FROM THE ROCK SIXTH-ln Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE r the "Highway and Bywar" Preacher Lcopyrijgh. iY . i. twe authr, W. $. Edson.) Scripture Authority: -Exodus 17:1-7. SERMONETTE. + + "That Rock was Christ."- I Cor. 10:4. + + We all come to Rephidim at + 4 some time or other. On the man. ward side Rephidim stands + + for the place of dire need: of + Smurmuring and unbelief; of the + limitation of God's power; nay, + more, of utter forgetfulness of + all his past mercies and bless- + ings, and failure to turn to him + for help. + On the Godward side, it is + the place of the Rock-the Rock which Paul declared prefigured the character and office work of + the blessed Christ. "That Rock -, + was Christ;" that is, it typifies + + the Christ. 1. In the value of the bless- _ ing which gushed forth from it. + 2. In the method employed to + secure that blessing. The Rock + was smitten, even as the Christ + was smitten. + + 3. In the un...

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 August 1906

ING FLOWERS P pleasant Sou ea o They ii. pleasure-giving o the seashore or in befound than a spec 0 ilth dried flowers, tds, and the work of plaringg them would didifferent boy or girl. P siple, and costs lit s old provide him botanical box, or, lack e.eral dozen sheets of ated wrapping paper, for covers. The paper should be several n the book in which ,re to be preserved, ad iea0 Inter Ocean. gecen is gathered, place ,o sheets of the paper, to make it lie in a 0, When the collector be should transfer the fresh sheets of paper, ibeets between them, are thus placed, one an ,tbey should be weight sything convenient, say In boards, or even d remain thus weighted r o 8 hours, and should ad to fresh sheets of pa T led and weighted down ire ,liwng them to stay so  pri of from 24 to 48 It pper used in the first f be dried and used again. speclmens are taken from pcking, they should be or fastened on separate Ser for preservation. mtral ways of doing this. k to gum down the whole dt, bu...

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 August 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DI)?.L iL A YEAI| IN ADVANC('. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as seoond class matter. FRIDAY, AUG(;ST, :1 190t Io iii~nre iiildicration all cop)y 0hold b1e in oilr office Ise Weitn.dKlRv noon. SIRRIG TION. LAID SURVEYS. 9 A. E. PARENT Civil Engineer, DDRESS LAKE CHARLES, LA. ~~..°) 1141@4414 9 JIM LEE'S i Chinese Laundry1, \ 1 : I.' 1\ W rl,:. N o mlli;la ii t tO , ! l i o ,I thi ll l o. 0'l K - UAf A IEi3 i W'dih, Louisiana. 9 6 ii•?. HHtrER, Prop. Q Ho a 0 Colj : B . '-ý -- s . Sample Room. Bath Roor. SIGNAL HOTEL, L. J. BOURGEOIS. Prop Welsh, - - -La. Ia:'es per dly with baths $2.2.. 1]ates per day without baths 2.00 i-ort-r Ieet: ,ll Tr'ai . wwr~Iwr IEBERT MCP Cr eam Parlor ! 2iliiikS, et' ('ean, l l9'',,, ( aIdlies and 9 r"hý '- Fruit'. A. L. HEBIERT, i Welsh, La. 3O. C. e. SPORT IARTHURI ROUTE straight as t. Crow Fles." anTa Cfty Southemn Ra;L.ay EKTREMELY LOW RATES ON FIRSI AND 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. — 3 August 1906

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. p~, er day $... . w1 ............................ $ .00 nrd room per week................... 4.50 0 Per week........ ................... 3.50 -. DECXKR, Prop. els'b, . . . Louisiana. IECREAM, - SODA WATERi and all kinds of COLD DRINKS 0 At DER RUG CO. CWTANT Co LEMlNS. S0 S SRUSSELL, , Jr.,* NOTARY PUBLIC. 0 Welsh, La. BclshLodge No. 232 F. & .. IL Welsh C1m '0 00 6.ddLodge. K. of 11. . 0 y!iiti Cisterns! No Hoops to Break and Fall Off .... ier Tank for Less Money 4+AT THEN H H TIN SHOP. Stren Pacific Tine eard. EAST BOUND. liue.................. 8:35 a. m . S..............11:47 a. in. Id .................. 1:00 a. m. idhe ............. 4:1R p. m. WEST BOUND. dae .................. 3:04 p. m . Idne................. 6:38 p. m 1 de.............. 4:24 a. m. 3da .............. 9:20 a. m los. 7 and 8 night trains. 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. lie ofnew ribbons just in at lonts went to Mermentau Texas Hay at Bros. I Abell 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. — 3 August 1906

&Ze girt seit journal WELSH P'T'G. 00., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. !1 The Fascination of thv Harvest. "Thrust in thy sickle and reap; for, the time is come for thee to reap;; for the harvest of the earth is ripe.' 'There is at fascination in the harvest that weaves a wisp of romance into the sheaves that are bound up thise long, sun-flooded days, where the harvest of the earth is ripe. It is not alone a selfish rejoicing in t th knowl edge that a gen-rous yield means an absence of want tihat awakens the uni versal interest in the sturdy army now marching against the battalions of bearded grain and will move north ward gradually as the harve, of the earth ripens in regions where the sun shines less ardently. There is some thing Inborn in even the most urban of mel that causes him to feel a thrill of joy at the sight of a great wheat field waiting for the sickle. It is not alone the hope of profit that causes the student to hasten from his books and the man to drop his ac...

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 August 1906

r' TE ACCESSORIES OF THE WELLMAN POLAR EXPEDITION Some of the Wonders of Science That Are to Be Used in the Attempt to Reach the Pole. What may be calHdd the a -e:sories of the equipment cr the V ellman polar expedition are by no means least in point (if interest .n the novel undertaking to reach ti-e north pole in an airship. The wt:' in which the explorer has utilized .ile latest sci entific discoveries a::.. i. ertions in his coming battle -vit:, ~he elements Op the north form one of the most interesting chapters in the story of preparation. With the exception of the airship itself the wireless tele graph and the motor sledge. or, as Mr. Wellman calls it, "the mechanical dog," stand out as of peculiar interest, Should Mr. Wellman and his com panions be successful in reaching the pole the wireless telegraph instrument is expected to inform the world of the act of placing the American flag on that important point of the world's surface within a few minutes after it has occurred. Sh...

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 August 1906

If you need a.nyrhing u-uilJ ly kept in a WELL STOCKED STATIONERY STORE, O ('ATLL .\T TH E SJOURNAL BOOK STORBE We have the FaRlest Line of Fancy Box Sta ( tionery and Taoits ever brought to Welsh. I Moe Than 50 Varieties of Each 8 To ;elect From. Also a Full Line of Inks. \Vriting Fluids Fount 5 ain Pen Inks, Stampiiing Ink, InkErasers, and an Excellent Assortment of Pens. . * _ 8 --· 8 All The Latest ag1 azines. \Ve ('arry More riahn Forty of the Best Popular !a':zines, and will order anything in this li0ne OU nay wlish. a w i+ h 8 - I A I ºl')Q A IITERIS FORI - Bibles, Blank Books, School Books and Works of Fiction Give us a call and let us Quote You Prices. 8 S 8 JURAL BOOK STOE, S W~ L '. '. LOUISIANA. 8 O XOtOs"X' I IU X ll Bi -i~DUnST 000000000000:0000000000 S Cumbezia;id Telephone & elegraph Co. ( INCOPORATED. ) LONG D.STANCE LINES AND TELEPHONES OF THISICOMPANY ENABLE YOU TO TALK ALMOST ANYWHERE IN SOUTHERN IN DIANA, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE, MISS. ISSIPP...

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 August 1906

]lire, j eIt journiuu O] E VII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 10, 1906. NUMBER 1 -.I .I I O AT S Nc O THE Our Entire Line of Summer Clothing ,tOo Before Summer is Over We still have Fine Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This no Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! COIE, SEE, BE CONVINCED. A LABLE WITH A MEANING The Lable of Queen Quality Shoes means :- That the shoe is made of Live Material and Frst-class \\orknanship.--hat the Buyer of a *of these Shoes can get his money hack if there ficything wrong with Material or Workmanshlip. PRBICE 2. 50, $3.00, $3.50. GIAL CILOTHI a STORE, Welsh, La. ADVANCES ON 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 bles' ldeia ldent Rice ill Co., Ltd., CRO LDaEY,l La. H. E. HEALD, agent, Welsh, La. 444Ný1 ý1 r ý Welsh Machine Shops, I. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINiGS Any S...

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