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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 August 1906

ý ic c 3teit fourina WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - --LA. Wellman's Persistency. The indefatigable Walter Wellman has establisihed wireles telegraph con nection between the Arctic regions and Washington preparatory to Iem barking on hi:s hazardous aerial polar (e drli iln. Interest iu th, venture will incr'rase as the ti I'e ap. 0r 1(hex for the fiual launching of the airship from the station off the north coastJ of Norway in August, the ill fate of the Andre expedition Ipreplaring the IPublic mind ominously for another plunge into the silences of the Arctic.. The Wellman expedition is, however, equilpped doubly. The dirigible bal loon and wireless telegraphy I)re not available to Andre, and It is with the aid of these two inventions that the intrepid Wellman hopes to return. Andre made the trip one way. W'ell man, the man, becomes for the mo ment a prominent figure among the daring adventurers of romance and history, whatever wisdom may lie in his venture, and howe...

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. — 24 August 1906

' Louisiana News Items I I NEW IBERIA STATUS. The Patient Will Recover--No New Cases-Iron in Charge. NtV' 0:I, .,ii, ,:\1 i. 2I1-Pre. f dent IrinW 1 - i of heali it, alter a ce, \ . the 1) ria parish hý;'T I . lbin rd of health of N lioed by1 a .unferrný'' I Ce t'Oizfns of the tOWn, tLI . . e of the Siuation thtrý and,ý Pending a; , i,'llsno n of ihe source of in' ct .;i. . w lberiaL is ef fectually h r d n .1 Dr. Brady 2M eilofy .ln t ni haouse to house inspection of the town, and the f0migating force sta:rteld in to funitl gate every lons lun town. Dr. H. A. Veazie MaInday left New Orleans on a clew seeking the source of infection. The state health officers will nit stop until they have found the origin of infection. No other cases haLv' .levlobed. and the one patient under ttea tment will recover. Dr. Irion invited Dr. Tlabor, state health officer of Texas, to join him in New Iberia and see what is being done. The discovery of an isolated case has never had any effect in New Or l...

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. — 24 August 1906

So itthwe tef n Iii ijiantat Indunlri;ai In ntitiutc. Lafayette, La., E. L. Steniuiis., res ident. State iustitutio l (,f Parui a for both 'fst lu ie Story L !i0' school building, containing twenty class rooms, auditorium, library, 11 I masium. 'Two brick dormitories. Complete c)lurtS (of study in all rii~ uar academic subjects, and also man ulartraining, domestic art and (1ii ii. instrumental ;uld vocal musiC. , io~ raphy. comminerce, agriculturei. [ r teen in faculty. Milita;Uv aeilpliine and drill. Ghmtnaiunfl niri t.'r ynutr ales. I ealthtuli cdt ': ,o .t< res. 11xtu ,Inli'al a",siOO ulk 1I d.eptember li. il ti \V rite fl cat a log. SouthwestUi [,I a 1 -Stia I lo.tl ute at I.... fayette, I,",a owlnh 1l1ft' acres. 'I'wenty-tiv- dionated dix years ia' and tllenhItY-u f I 1,ll'lhiI5tl with 1e C' it ý" et' al applrolpriatlll i tn o "ý10,IýIH. Three large brick buildings and three frame. Actual value of plant will now reach $l1i2,t000. 1larns for immediate enlarcleinut and conlune...

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. — 31 August 1906

VII. ' WELSH, CALCASIEU PAIISH, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 31, 1906. NUMBER 13. -OTIN AT Sc ON THE $, Our Entire. Line of Summer Clothing ,t oo Before Summer is Over We still have re e Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This no Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! CO1IE, SEE, BE CONVINCED. ALABLE WITH A MEANING The Lable of Queen Quality Shoes means "s:- That the shoe is made of Live Material and st-class Workimanship.--'That the Buyer of a oirf these Shoes can get his money back if there Vything wrong with Material or Workmanship. PR ICE $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. L CLOTHING STORE, Welsh, La. ADVANCES ON lICE I SEED, FEED AND CASH " IF YOU NEED THEMH 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 depenednt Rice C11 o., L ,i, -OROwLE2=, Lea H. E. HEALD, agent, Welsh, La. elsh liachine Shops,. I. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. KESTACKS & BREECHINGSI Any Size or Guage, and - ALL KINDS OF and Irrigating...

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. — 31 August 1906

I OIIcsS DI'AIk 0U r-- - The Bac niov :rites of Ancier anc moa-rL : Lw nr7ieLA-Ee Gets a TIs:t o' E.gi: L:fe and His Dad Telis *he St.or· of the P :: L ate:. 0: .- :a .. .'. "t , . ,',: " ' :L", - 'h : - t. " I ' .c.: : '4.. ... I: -' "0'* an • ',..:: ' :I ' T r n.. '.". :r c n :^'" :I i.. . .4 l '..:- " ., : .II : :i :' : i.t p i. " i_ :n. one of ocr Amenr 'aL :iL !iat 1010 uor a train and gt at: :r- rs safe ful: of r ei: aoi:s. aird shtoots uIp a mess of railroad hands and passe "' re with Winchesters a'rd ai - tomatol pirtois. and blows up cars with dvtnamir and e,-s away and has to have a bookTieeper and a cashier to keep " " j -. Ti FrE ANT OF Strir - . i. , . ':c an ( spaes. 3Bu· cividp aeoi dad sars. has done muct, for t) U higihwa: roht' ry uusineis. an-: z - we r i Ant wia n ihaye ar r:ve at abusoi~lt p'4rlec:)r .li:never, I was miutcl Inri-, and iriolw.g ovuer the ginround ab: n:? fjret aern('sb I-red and ds!e and d:id usiay s. ant. when we P onFi'c arl: were siwr.t wher...

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. — 31 August 1906

CONQUERED Mi OIS AVOIDED. tLydia E. Pink. Compound in the ":-eioD. VoL tranmphs of Lydia .table Compound is 'pl an's dread en a tumor is so sly that sence isnot suspected fnnie D. Fox ,wandering pains" may il early stages, or tile Euger may be made maui onathly periods. accom s3l3al pain, from the h the groin and thighs. mysterious pains, if there of inflammation or dis ue a bottle of Lydia E. Vegetable Compound right kfin its use. of Lynn, Mass.. will lr adviee if you will write iaelf. She is the daugh ft Lydia E. Pinkham and .jeyearshas been advising to of charge. Iety to congratulate you on late hd iwith your wonllderful months ago my perioduls Safter I felt so batly that ,8torough examination by a id wv told that I had a tunior mtoundergo an noplration. WtI readone of your advertise i&lda1 to give Lydia E. Pink Compound a trial. After olte as directed the tumor is I have been examined by a Ihve be sa I have nosigns of a _Ithsaho brought my periods la mote. and I am entire...

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. — 31 August 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DO'LLAR A YEAR IN. ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., U second cja matte, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1906 To inynre vublication all copy should be in our office lby Wednesday noon. D. 1I. 1lE:.\D, EDITOR. IRRIG4TION. LAND SURVEYS. t A. E. PARENT I Civil Engineer, 9 4 DDRESS LAK [ CiARES, LA. 4¥ - JIM LEE'S 9 4 Chinese Laundry1 S\l' IHand \' rk. N nuichine- 4 - r'yt to pull l11 ttnh or 4 tear clothin".. WORK GUARANTEED I 9 Welsh, - Louisiana. 4 : A- SCity Barber Shop, f A. HEBERT, Prop. Hot n ana Cold "- o. D, ,,,.qD,.qP ,. r , ' ()-:2-Y "-.-_-_"_-_---- ~-; ;- -_-.L-- ;-----  SIGNAL HOTELI 3 L. J. BOURGEOIS, Prop Welsh, - = - La. Iates per day with baths ,.2.5 Iates per day with out haths 2.00 ort- r iet ' i . r u.M - ' I I HEBERT r Ice Cream Parlor l For aT Kill nds of Soft 4 Drinks, ºce Cream, C (ake, (Candies andl S lFresh Fruits. 4 A. L. HEBERT, At \Vallin_'s Old Statl. We:sh, La, ?...

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. — 31 August 1906

jEUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. tesper day ......... ..........................$1.00 ird and room per week ....................... 4.50 90rd per week. ............... ............... 3.50 1- 'DECK'ER, Prop eM. - - - Louisiana. A,rl''M, l SODA WATER i. and all kinds of .OLDDRINKS D:D At i COOPER DRUG CO. . ACC.OTNTT. COLLECTIONS. P P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. El shLodgee - : F. . "• 0 eekWe1Sh CamPtee****50,. A. M.* . .. ,aOO ll " No Hoops to Break and Fall Off....... Atvier Tank for Less Money NAT THE++ !L TIN SHOP. Shithern Pacific Time ('ard. EAST BOUND. 6due ...... ... ... 8:3 a. m. due .... .... ... 11:47 . m. due........ ......... i::0) a. m. bkdue ................. 4: 1 p. m. - WEST BOUND. Sue ......... .. 3:04 p. 1m. kt due...... ....... h:38 p. m b.,Tdue.......... .. 4:24 a. in k3due ..... .... ..9:0 a. i No. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. J. F. TUBuS, Agent. Voters Register Sept. 8th! ,l.Slatterly spent Tuesday iight Welsh....

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. — 31 August 1906

.te pu det tournal WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - . - - - - LA. The Evil of Easy Credit. That people of moderate resourceq are much given to living beyond thein means in the effort to keep up with their richer contemporaries is a fact long established. The Massachusetts bureau of labor statistics arrives at this old conclusion by a new route. In so doing, it suggests that to the extensive emplloyment of credit and the installme.it system moral as well as economic unwisdom may attach. The bureau has gathered figures to show the uncollectible indebtedness of the people of the state. They are very large figures. A disregard is in evidence, amazing in the aggregate of its results, of the claims of butch ers, grocers and other small trades. men. It is implied in the report that to the spreading of the installment business to an extreme much of this evil is traceable. Credit has become so easy that the responsibilities of debt are more lightly regarded. As against traders, too, w...

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. — 31 August 1906

THE iI TABERNACLE s TENTl--la Cloud and Pillar Series d A STO1 OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY C OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Bywar" Preacher h ii (Copyright, 10~J, by the author, W. B. ldson.) n Scripture Authority:--Exodus 40: s t7-38. N SERMONETTE. b The Tabernacle was the dwell- a ing place of Jehovah among Is- n rael. In its every detail of ma- a terial and construction it typi- a fled the character and attributes v of God, and expressed his atti- f tude towards man, and indi- t cated man's way of approach unto him. The Tabernacle and d its appointed service was a s type of the Christ and his re- t demptive work. It set forth in d symbol that which found full t and complete and glorious ex- s pression in the Christ. For full v and beautiful unfolding of the a meaning of the Tabernacle, read C Needham's book, "Shadow and Substance." i 1 Cor. 3:16, 17. E The Temple of God.-God's I dwelling place to-day is in the E Smidst of his people. All Chris- E tians form together one v...

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. — 31 August 1906

oalthwestern Louisiana Idinstrial In- ft stitute. Ij Lafayette, La., E. L. Stephens, Pres- e ident. State institution of iearning for both sexes. Three story brick school building, containing twenty class rooms, auditorium, library, g) m masium. Two brick dormitories Complete courses of study in all reg uar academic subjects, and also man ulartraining, domestic art and science, intstrumental and vocal music, stenug- 4 raphy, commerce, agriculture. F'ouxr teen in faculty. M ilit:aryv iscipline and drill. Gymnasium drill l:'r young ladies. Healthful l:caition. ', acres. Sixth tltn lal session u)p, ns September 1, 19(06 Write for catta Southwestern Indusotrial nstitute at Lafayette, now owns lifty acres. Twenty-five donated six years a-o and twenty-live mole purchased with re eent special appropriation of $10,0(00. Three large brick buildings and three frame. Actual value of plant will now reach $162,000. 'lans for immediate enlaraeiient and comple tion (,f young ladlies' dormitory. An...

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. — 7 September 1906

Ji; VII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906. NUMBER 14. G AT SOc ON THE $. Our Entire Line of Summer Clothing otoo Before Summer is Over We still have ine Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This no Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! COME, SEE, BE CONVINCED. - - -_~ ALABLE WITH A MEANING i IuADE MIAR The Lable of Queen Quality Shoes means is:-- That the shoe is made of Live Material and it lass Workmanship.--That the Buyer of a ir of these Shoes can get his money back if there s ything wrong with Material or Workmanship. PRICE $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. ~b LOTHING STORE, We1sh, La. 4'1'"'4'f'ýN ---.WE ARE BUYING RICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send - Samples toUS, or to Wim. P. RUSSELL, JR., haing Agent at Welsh or Roanoke e are Selling and Will Advance , ?o Farmers at Market Prices, RICE BAGS and . BINDER TWINE of the Best Quality. Iljle' hdependent Rio e lill Co., Ltd., SCROTX7L'EIS, La- 9 Welsh Machine Shops,j I. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. OKESTACKS & BRE...

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. — 7 September 1906

W. J. BRYAN'S MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SPEECH 1Aikt ,II tran\vel rs who h11v' \[isitod otheir I I ntl s, I ti, i: n Iw ith d ,lli t to th - I l :l , t oif riu birth. 2ir., ltool 0 of its people. of wlth tnr' c'lnfi'hn1I- ill Itt governl'ltl t, ! I < ilm t tg r '. t, t 'li to th ,. k i'i l I' -ro t h lei ni ' P th a t \\ t',.ti my lit in 11h.. il 'i itel St. itei . MS a a 2i:2tti2o1 j t l I i .i ,!e t'i':'; h "'r'in titIr ite i he( "1 it if ,I iliI i.l.: tl lt eti i, '.' I 1 a'. ' seIt' i tht ie If nitruilstl iot ,"re t I ikt!n ,i by ,\mn lricans ill 1.4 thi ' people af ,,ti r I 'f.l' tr "a . N o ott'er ti" rle t'J o n t'a n -how . lt'h :t el -lord of hl 'ltev - 1i I'.e ani d i" ll"i llt 'r, stI  r'' , II's i f y ( ts i y t for 0Il' form "f ,n\t r.m.e n hi- be' gi II'llwlke itned ;Is I1 1 v', visie't" ,;ll ( ll ' ,niilt 11 towt .rs, and p.e''ed nlllU (I rk du1 -ll-i- p ; til'l t, a I ll, la t (li2 (t l t lli. tlit , I2l'tl2 i' ' It: by the experi' '"e of (1 . past. antl , t' 'l...

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. — 7 September 1906

THY OLD AGE ý TARTOFFLIFE ' n Through ". alotted us each at as in which to fulfill Sand it is generally a die prematurely. a yKoehne bition invites disease. is the positive truth. thig becomes a burden walk a few blocks with fatigue, and you break tion easily, and your a yoa grow excited and s least provocation, and eart tobe crossed in any 0ia danger: your nerves .t; .ou need building up Tf build up woman's nerv aad during the period of lie we know of no better  ydisE. Pinkham's Veg Here is an illus iam ary L. Koehne, 371 ,2, Chicago. Ill., writes: LydlaE. Pinkham'sVegetable in yM a my family and it - when Ilfelt that I was of lifeI commenced treat  Itoo in all about six hottles a-estdelof good. It stopped Qrp in my back and the ,i which I had suffered for ntakhg the Compcund. I feel hteu tfor this great medicine l abould not have been alive did for women,old or young, inall female disorders." yakham, daughter-in-law of ,Hinham, of Lynn. Mass.. in i-'nd ailing women to write d...

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. — 7 September 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffce at Welsh, La., as second class matter. |IFRIDAY, EI'Ti.IMFI; . 1908 To insure ;iublication all copy shlould be il our office by We~dnesday 1oon1. D. I. READ, EDITOR. 4 IRRIGATION. LAND SURVEYS. 9 t A. E. PARENT 6 ,9 I Civil Engineer, 4 DDRESS S LAKE CHARES, LA. 4 9 ~4~4O 4T ' 7 ~ 4ftP4*~*~~B JIM LIEE'S t 4 ý s A 5 Chinese Laundry1 A 9 X ii n\,i e4 t A N t."' i~ull il !ti t i . ý 9 6 "9,'t i:h , - n Louisiana. 4 6@er~~~pc~, ~ im,-qm'cpAaa SCity Barber Shop,I • A. H1BERT, Prop. • 9 4 . E~~i~lj Sbi~ ca-B kce Crearii Paror F r' 1 11es iruiin s ,of S., L.HEBERT, o 9 V ei s O Y A 9 f 1 9li11 irL ARTHU ' "Straight as the Ctrow !:.' Kansas; Cit'S rinfl A~ . Ct~l~?~~I EXTREMELY LOW RATES ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH SHORITT Um AND BEST SERVICE TO KANSAS CITY, PITTSBURG, JOPUN, NEOSHO, FT. SMITH, TEXARKANA, EAUMONT, SHREVEPORT, LAKE CHARLES lnd POR...

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. — 7 September 1906

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. IRatesper day ........ .......................... $1.00 Board and room per week........................ 4.50 9orrd per week.................................. 3.50 R- DECXK ER, Prop. 'Wels b, - . I.ou isiana. g~I~d Iie ItCE.CREAM, SOA WATER 0and all kinds of COLD DRINKS I C At t WCOOER DRUG CO. 11i ACCOUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. 1 " W.P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. . LodgWe oh n e F..... .. . .. t 'Theloh Chapter, `o. o, II. A. 1l. 3eorderWelsh Comtuandryv o. O 0K.T. S eWCamp, o. 176, . 0. W. 0 G.GWGrld LolIge, K. of H. e IN S00000@@0000000@00: hlvanized Cisterns! No Hoops to Break and Fall Off. ..... A levier Tank for Less Money * AT THE ++ 19IF TIN SHOP. kuthern Pacifie Time Card. EAST BOUND. oA.due ............ 8:35 a. mn. -LlOduhe.............11:4, a. in. Jo.Bdue...... .... .. 1:00 a. m. k due .................. 4:18 p. m. WEST BOUND. ...due.......... ....... 3:04 p. m. k sdue......... ..... 6:38 p. m ki .due .................. 4:24 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. — 7 September 1906

i WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pube. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. The Educational Spirit. Dr. Andrew S. Draper, writing on the trend of our modern education in Appleton's for August, closes his pa per with this significant paragraph: A "No one can foresee the destiny of the republic, but that there is an ed. ucational purpose abroad in the land which has never before been so per vasive and so ambitious in any land seems clear. It is the spirit of a mighty people, gathered from the ends of the earth, enlightened by the of world experiences of a thousand years. w It is the spirit of a people with out- SI look and expectancy. They expect to tt use the wealth and the political power of the nation to make certain that :every son and daughter of the nation shall have the fullest and freest ed- ed ucational opportunity. The functions of the state concerning every manner of educational activity, in and out of ti schools, are being steadily enlarged si and strengthened through the initia tive or the c...

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. — 7 September 1906

STRANGE FIRE ELEVENTH-In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDFBNESS JOURNETY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher Scripture Authority: - Leviticus 10:1-7. SERMONETTE. Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, had been consecrated to the service of God in the Tab- ;_ ernacle, and for this reason their sin was all the more glar. "_" ing and called for summary punishment, for this first in- . stance of contempt for sacred things demanded swift judg ment, just as at the commence ment of the Christian dispensa- :. tion the sin of Ananias and "i" Sapphira called for speedy pun ishment. (Acts 5:1-11). This sin of Nadab and Abihu I indicates an utter lack on their part of appreciation of their i place in God's service, of the .. holiness of God, of the neces- : sity of obedience, of the fact : that there was but one way of V approach unto God. V We cannot too often remind o + ourselves of the three facts , which this incident brings out : First, the holiness of God and ...

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. — 7 September 1906

La'gest In The History of The Instituation. _'iier Commercial College. 'N !. r, Texas, is entering into its fall business with the heaviest enrollmeut in the history of the college. The employ. msnt department is overtaxed with calls for bookkeepers, stenographers, and telegraph operators to accept good positions. .:ore than fifty calls have been received during the past twenty days. This is a cnc!,usve proof that the business men appreci ate the thorough, practwal trairi.,4, given the graduates of this famtuous in stitution. Its thorough, ,odt'rii courses have made for it a national reputation. More than 1,000 students have enrolled during the past twelve months from more than twenit differ ent states. The school is now enloll ing more than dIouidle the students an nually of any other Southern Coin mercial college and is one of the larz est of its kind in the United States. ,Just as sure as a student enters this college, applies hinimelf, and finishes his course, just %o sure will...

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. — 14 September 1906

WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOCISIANA, SEPTEMBIIER 14, 190;. NUMBEI 1 SIQGLN L CLOTI ING STORE Vv THIS BIG FALL STOCK MUST MOVE  ,c~T This Stock consists of the Highest Quality of Clothing, such as the Sterling Make and of the Very Best orkmanship. We also have a Fine Line of Ladies' and Men's Shoes, such as W. L. Douglas, Royal Blue, win Clapp & Sons and Queen Quality makes. With these Bargains we are still Giving Away with every oo worth of goods purchased of us, the Latest Model Standard $18.oo Talking Machine. This offer is until 6o days from date. YOURS IN ALL BARGAINS, J. S. GERSON, WELSH, LOUISIANA. F-0a~l £'l D-'alllN=/'I 1q iii l mi IlI ,.rW v carry a Complete Line ofU..K-; resh, Salt and Canned Meats. J. R. ROBICHEAUX, Proprietor. "V-- lo GROCERIES! . rocery Stock is Complete and Always Fresh, .;, as We Receive New Goods Daily. PRODUCE! Bring US your Produce. We Pay Highest Price for Eggs. i WE ARE ? BUYING RICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or ...

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