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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 September 1906

The Age of Lead. We are wont to speak of this era as the "age of iron," and there is no gainsaying that, industrially speaking, iron is a "precious metal." Nevertheless, few people realize how useful, if not absolutely neces sary, to modern civilization, is that other metal, lead. Soft, yielding, pliable, it is not much like its sister metal, but those distinguishing quali ties are what give it such a prominent place in the arts and industries. Modern plumbing, requiring many turnings and twistings, but withal tight joints, would be almost impos slble without lead pipe. The great est civilizing agent in the world-the printing art-is absolutely dependent on lead. Hand-set type, linotype "slugs," monotype type--all are made of compositions of which lead is the chief component-to say noth ing of the bearings in the presses as well as all other kinds of machinery in which "babbitt" metal is used. Solder is another lead product What a field of usefulness that one form opens up. Then ther...

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. — 14 September 1906

* . DYES ; 7oo CA0 ,t F'v2-E: at one boiling, 3 Cotton0aper pul l colors er pacKage. Sa spinster cal RECIP S anyt thing that oo Sy years ago. yeas, Jan. 28, 1906. And 1 C- o No ~ietaadO ..f four Kidney - je o Kidney and blader mfore than three years ce, a laaiy to get up jse Sou able t do more nu level iepast th o years. yi of w cbe or A p.o WALKE. lhalf St "our druggist's name dg your will send you a cup of ard 's Kidney Pills, beat Sldaef Remedy upon pastr spool Cteed cure for KidneY and spice oubles Diabetes, Weak and have -9lRbeiumatism, Frequent in f W a tetr, Inflammation, IJ$ýlation of the Bladder ne - Iemoves Gravel or Stone Gi .-edder. Sold and guaran lass : local druggists. leveO -ID. ME1DICINE CO.- spec Big Springs, Texas. pan Tak SA 1t N DEPOSITS. cool Add l dutry Still Capable dou q Big Production. in The the Cornish t!n deposits old worked from the dawa ol F hold that vast quan i j!to be found in this of soil. in the past twentybe all has been badly hit b)cu bent o...

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. — 14 September 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoflice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FRIDAY, SEPTE.BInER 14, 1906 To insure publi.,ation all copy should be in o;ir office by Wednesday noon. 4 IRRIGATION. LAND SUIVEYS. SA. E. PARENT 'Civil Engineer, DDRESS LAKE CHARES, LA. 4 9 JIM LEE'S d SChinese Laundry1, All Hand Work. No machine S rv to pull off buttons or tear clothing. 4 WORK GUARANTEED 4 Welsh, - " " Louisiana. 4 City Barber Shop, i A. HEBERT, Prop. i fHot aInd Cold (n" .r==.T._ ,, .=O'I"I=I'I-T,.,.,E0, ,,O.,,. J. D. KI'IBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of i;tai.in. :t Specialty. Shop, loccateedI c North .\;!isnts Sttreet. ( HEBERT [ SIce Cream Parlort For all Kinds of Soft i Drinks, Ice Cream, 4 Iake, Candies and 6 f lresh Fruits. 6 ;A. L. HEBERT, ' i At Wallinog'sOld Stand, 6o0 Welsh, La, 4,1 ---11 . C. S. PORT ARTHURI " ROUTE . **strasigh as the crow Isk. Kansas City...

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. — 14 September 1906

iEUREK k IIQTEL I One Block N orh of Depot. Rtýpe .day.............. .---......................1 00 Baord =d orom per week... ... ........ . ....... 4.50 Sgrd per week............ . ....... ............ 50 .- -DEOX CE lp - elknisazEI. E.CREAM, i SODA .WATER sd a llkinds of R DRUG CO. rn OCOLLECTIONS. P. RUSSELL, Jr., i NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. I ydose.!3 F. & A. 1I. * nL to.tt, 1I. A. M. I 1&irr o.0K.T. S d ., ýo\f t . w. *** ru 1cc Time Card. EAST BOUsD. ............. 8:35 a. m. S....................11:4 a. m . ..... :00 a. m. S o.............. 4:18 p. m. WEST BOUND. *** ........ 3:04 p. m. jam ~ ....... ...... 6:38 p. m I ...... .... ....... 4:24 a. m . liS .............. !:20 a. m • and 8 night trains. S for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. be of combs and belts at ad Clarkwas aJenaings visitor /V , ri ,Texas .Hay at -Bros. I ul 1 ,akelbegan threshing Monday Clark, of Jennings, was in , y. a figured crepe paper at the e Book Store. L kSlon 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. — 14 September 1906

WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, . . . . - - LA. Il i~ IIIN The Cost of Cities. New York city's budget next year will be $116,805,490.37. This is one fifth of the total expenditures of the 151 cities of the United States hav Ing a population of over 30,000. In cluding the bond issues New York, spends one-third. New York spends more than the six next largest cities --Chicago, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Baltimore, Boston and Cleveland. Al though its population is only twice Chicago's, its government costs four times as much. Its debt is more than a third of the aggregate city debt, which is larger than the national debt. The per capita debt of all these cities is $57 or less than halt New York's. New York's expenditures ex ceed those of any foreign city. The London council uses only $50,000,000 a year. Parish expenditures do not bring the total to the New York fig ure. The expenditures of the German empire are less than five times as great, those of the kingdom of Prus sia six time...

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. — 14 September 1906

Farmers Co-Operative Union Of America Don't let your local meeting get dull. It you can't do something to liven it up, go out and get somebody else that i -- Don't allow your meeting to be l a place that it is easy to keep people i ,afy from. Get busy and make it the t attraction of your community. You'i ea do this, if you will only try. a Well, what of the results of the cot an sehool We heard of some rich p omiaes made about the time it dosed, but we have nothing about its -esults lately. We want to know what he students are doing that is of dol. Wrs and cents value to the cotton raisers. There isn't a particle of doubt that they are doing all right, but the I people ought to know about it so that they can get ready for the expansion of this work next season. it any of the States in the Southeast -p slow about getting the warehouses a ifoot they should take a lesson pbi 'Iexas. There will be about two hadred and fifty in full blast in a very "g -ays, and all arrangements are sade ...

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. — 14 September 1906

WE ARE ( iAh1Q (UART'R~K FOR an School Supplies Tablets, Lead Penc;is, Ni Slat; Pencils, 1adclible Pencils, laks of All Kinds, Book Straps, Pencil Boxes, a White Chalk, Colored Crayon, Pens and Holders, Ink Wells, Erasers, Composition Books. Etc. \Ve l'ositively lave the Largest tuad 'Prettiest Line Of 'lchool Tablets tever shtw'li ill \\Welsh. All 1 sold at hA('KET RIC(ES. ....1)Nw'T BUY BEFORE YOU--.. :: :: SEE OURI LlNE. :: :: THE RACKET STORE, BERTRAND & DAVIS, Prop. Welsh, : : : : Louisiana. . . . 0 0 0 A 0 0 A0 A A0 $30.00 TO CALIFORNIA $30.00 i -.VIA-- tr Southern Pacifc "Sunset Ronute." I Tickets On Sale Daily to OCTOBER 31, 1906. The Last Chance to Secure This Rate During 1906. : : : : : Pullmnan Excursion Sleepers Daily NEW ORLEANS --TO- SAN FRANCISCO. Inqýtluire F. E. BATTURS, G. P. A., S. G. REED, D. P. A.. New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. (INCORPOBATED.) LONG DISTANCE LINES AND TELEPHONES OF THISICOMPANY ENABLE YOU TO TALK...

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. — 21 September 1906

j0 IoME ' Ii. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBEI 21, 1906. NUMBER 1;. STHIS BIG FALL STOCK MUST MOVE This Stock consists of the Highest Quality of Clothing, such as the Sterling Make and of the Very Best orkmanashiP. We also have a Fine Line of Ladies' and Men's Shoes, such as W. L. Douglas, Royal Blue, win Clapp & S& ns and Queen Quality makes. With these Bargains we are still Giving Away with every iworth of goods purchased of us, the Latest Model Standard $18.oo Talking Machine. This offer is until 60 days from date. YOURS IN ALL BARGAINS, J. S. GERSON, WELSH, LOUISIANA. U( m 111__,, -U-!nmn m 'u- ' S W ; arg'y a Complete Line of- - Fresh, S`at and Canned Meats. S o. OlIWCEAUX, Proprietor. GROCERIES! OIr Grocery Stock is Complete and Always Fresh, as \We lieceive New Goods I)aily. PRODUCE! BringUS tyour Produce. We Pay Highest I'rice for Eggs. _. +".WE ARE- i BUYING RICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or to Wm. P. RUSSELL, JR., hrchasing Ag...

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. — 21 September 1906

Wanted His Cigar Boiled. Kloseman-I gave you one of those cigars the other day, didn't I? Wiseman-Yes, I remember it very well. Kloseman-How would you like to have one now? Wiseman-Boiled, I guess. They don't seem quite wholesome raw." Philadelphia Press. Proper Covering. It isn't necessary for a man to know enough to go in when it rains if he has a borrowed umbrella. The rays of happiness, like those of light, are colorless when unbroken. -Longfellow. Automobiles have horns, but that Isn't what makes them dangerous. A NERVOUS WRECK Mrs. Green Gained 26 Pounds and Recovered Her Health by Taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. General debility is a term that covers a multitude of cases where there is no acute disease, yet the patient continues to lose strength and the doctor's medi cines have no apparent effect. This is the decline that leads to death if means are not found to check it. In a great majority of cases Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will check it and restore health and strength beca...

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. — 21 September 1906

E'S IUEGLECT IGTHESURREPENALTY |v ....--- t Is Restored by Lydia ,8 Vegetable Compound. rwomren do cou klnow who s.oa well and' strong'? We the same story) over and dI donot f.tl well; I am Sthe time " j1 ,ateAlbconald gs likely you speak the same self, and no doubt you feel well. Thecause may be easily -b:ederangement of the fe which manifests itself in of spirits, reluctance to go or do anything. backache, IwN pains, flatulencv, nerv seeplessness, or other fe vijness. gmptoms are but warnings Isdanger ahead, and unless Ig lfe of suffering or a serious s the inevitable result. 'er.failingremedy forall these is Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg upound. ie lMcDonald of Woodbridge, bealth hasmeant so much to me jemt help from telling about it for ] -d other suffering women. Isl time I suffered untold agony £ iers trouble and irregularities. meaephysical wreck, and no one simI recover, but Lydia E. Pink abiaes Compound has entirely made me well and strcng, and totellother suffering women medici...

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. — 21 September 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Fanttred at the postoflce at Welsh, La., aI second class matter. FRII)AY, SE]'P'TE.IEIR 21, 1906 To iu.mUrC !p).1blictiQiL all copY should be in oiir ucicC 1)y Wedinlay noon. D. It. READ, EDITOR. IRRIG TION. LAND SURVEYS. , t A. E. PARENT i I Civil Engineer, i DDRESS LAKE CHARES, LA. 4 , JIM LEE'S SChinese Laundry1 All Hand Work. No machine rV to pull off buttons or S tear clotbing. WORK GUARANTEED 4 Welsh, - - • Louisiana. 4 jCity Barber Shop, t A. HEBERT, Prop. - jHot and Cold I 9 En.Ai T.EE S. A J,. 0. KI[IBALL, Blacksmithing ANDI) Horseshoeing. .\! ,i sb r ! . " p ng a Specialty. S: 1, , .: , n N\,rth Ad.: mi Stl'i' tr t. SIEBERT Ice Cream Parlort F I all Kinds of Soft )rinks, Ice Cream, 4 C(ake, Candies and 4 Fresh Fruits. SA. L. HEBERT, At Walli.i's Old Stand, a Welsh, La. .POR. . ItaTHURI ROUTE "Stratight as the Crow Fles." Kansas City Southern Ra!:vay EEXTREMILY LOW ...

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. — 21 September 1906

j!tTRE iA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. perday... *** ... *. *. ................$1.00 1 ndroom per week......... ................ 4.50 rtper week........ .. . ......... .. 3.50 ,._ DECKER, Prop. s , - - Louisiana. - # nnuu nu ~ mn | u n nu n m ! nnun E.CREAM, i SODA WATER i 0sd all kinds of : LDRINKS 8 E AtUG C. pER DRUG CO. " 1. COLLECTIONS. S . RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. V D gd e vo. 232 F. A A. M. s- lO ter. X 0, I. A. . . . W-m h mmandry -o. 10 K.T. COamp, so. 17, W. w. *. d LodeO, K. of H. 0 "SIII.. ao. :: FOR s, 011i Tanks Water Tanks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. Iron Work a Specialty ED DOAN, Prop. ,IkIn Pacific TimHe Card. EAST BOUND. .................. 8:35 a. m . e..................11:41 a. m. e................. 1:00 a. m. 44e ............... 4:18 p. m. WEST BOUND. ;h' .................. 3:04 p. m nie................ 6:38 p. m' ae.................... 4:24 a. m .de ............... !:20 a. m 15os. 7 and 8 night trains. 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Ag...

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. — 21 September 1906

WELS1H P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. Stupedous "ailway tnterprises. If the informi',ti. n , ,t e l in a dis patch fromt l' r-< p.ro i l . . rc'it, a be ginning is ablot to i), ',l" in the Ilio , t ,tu l(i ], i i-: ru : ! ran :: -r" of its kind ever t ll ulert ialken :" ro;rt fromin the ie;uth retp -' the f4. lRte r;+n I,,(,:i(! c1 h I u,: ; :". ,- i)q'[n till. the iz. by ; , ..-. ", b.iy hed -Z';i I 1 l ils. i, t t) i . s , i ".;t" 'l.'* , ronS OIt (hit' 'I' r!; ,:. .Irr i 1 . " .. railroad iproticti. Thi;s invtolw b": ):hingt less than thie cotnst rutioni f i railroad int ( fio'm Siteria to I.til, .\ le'rictan ter ritory of Ala.,ka by hri l.,i 4 and tnu neling the intervening w rs:,: inclid ing Itering Strait. PIrevi: ' r atenlents tkat the work is to ie tin :alei to the extent of $150.000,000 t, $200).)000.000 by American and Europ,'.ti calpitalists are repeated, and the 9.,,: has every indication of being put, ftr'h in good faith. As has alreadlv ',-en s...

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. — 21 September 1906

I Farmers' Co-Operative UnionI IOf America faking the Inadn of the Farmers' dcational and Co-operative Union as whbole, and as a text, the duties of the ember is pretty fully defined therel, Farmer is a word which Seals in its most liberal and compre yve sense that man who is en Pggd In the producing and handling d tle products of the soil. He it is -wl plants, cultivates, harvests and mrktets the soil's returns. That man lom spends his time and intelligence ! this work is a farmer. That is a duitlon of the proper material of dJch to make the best sort of a un 8an8, Then for him to succeed bet as an individual, it is necessary or him to be educated. lie must neow how to handle, tst and sum up tauts and he must be able to tell ,bat, when and how to handle differ t sorts of plants on the different dis, and he must be able to know lg to treat and handle the same pats on the same soils under differ ug conditions. The third term of our -Um. is of the greatest importance in to marketin...

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. — 21 September 1906

o° Le Ema c 3 IIocI I-I 7 Za ,'h p i(( j I~ I1 u , SI f Cp r i. V2?(t1-- d aI Vill Y ('t-aP( tl p~ CILa 0' els vii le C' if 000oo0000ooo 00000000xxxx . That The- . 8 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 8 Is the Best and Quickest Line 81 8 IAUISUVLLE, ST. LOUIS, 8 MEM)PHIS, INCOINNATI, CHICAGO. Two Handsomely Equipped Trains on Fast Schedules; at Convenieiit Hours Daily. NO iHANGE OF STATIONS AT NE` ORLEANS. (Cheap Sunt-'ier Excursion 'I iekets o S.le ])iily up to Sep tember e 0 f. Ifcot ( 1te plating a trip write to the ufndersigned. G. W. SC[IELKE, T. P. A., Room 4 Postal Tel. Bldg.,T rdouston, Texas. 000~0000000060000000000000 $30.oo TO CALiFO1RNIA $30.oo . V IAA Southern pacif "Snnset Route." Tickets On Sale Daily to OCTOBER 31, 1906. The Last Chance to Secure This Rate l)uring 1906. : : : : : Pullman Excursion Sleepers Daily NEW ORLEANS --TO- SAN FRANCISCO. F. E. BATTURS, G. P. A., S. G. REED, D. P. A., New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. (INCORPORATED.) LO...

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. — 28 September 1906

OIE VII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. NUMBER SSIGN~AL CLQTHING STQRE 1907 TfE FIRST SHOWING OF STOUE WILL BER CLOSED SAT FINE SHOWING OF STERLING SUITS $16.50 5P. 11.. ON ACCOUNT OF OLIDAY LADIES' FALL HATS OPENING DAY MONDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1906. ON TIHE OPENING- DAY- WE WILL GIVE 1-4 OF'2F ON LADIES' HATS 1-4 OFF ENTY=FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT WILL BE GIVEN ON THE OPENING DAY, OCTOBER FIRST J. S. GERSON, WELSH, LOUISIANA. W carry a Complete Line of Fresh, Salt and Canned Meas. . R. ROBICHEAUX, Proprietor. GROCERIES! Or Grocery Stock is Complete and Always Fresh, as We ieceive New Goods Daily. PRODUCE! Bring US your Produce. We Pay Highest ('rice for Eggs. I-I-----L - .. . ...- --. ZL ---WE ARE UYIN-F .ICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to-US, or to Wm. P. RUSSELL, JR., hasing Agent at Welsh or Roanoke e are Selling and Will Advance #Farmers at Market Prices, RICE BAGS and t BINDER TWINE of the Best Quality. ~~ ' ldepedeal ine 1i1 o., ., CROqTL.Y...

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. — 28 September 1906

MIRIAM THE LEPER FOURTEENTH - In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF TIIE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF TUHE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (~pyrlght, Iau , ty the a tbhou, W. d. EdsOau.) Scripture Atthorivt: - Numbers chapter 12. ooceooo oooocoooo-oo000oo00 SERMONETTE. This twelfth chapter of Num. bers is one for the Christian to study with prayerful heart searching, for among the Lord's servants to-day there is much of jealousy; much of spiritual pride; much of unholy criti cism. Strange that such a dark chapter could be written con cerning Miriam and Aaron, and strange that to-day there are similar dark chapters in the lives of Christian workers. How often is the coming of Christ's kingdom hindered by the jeal ousies among those into whose hands the work has been com mitted. Jealousy of another's position, or authority, or abil ties, or success, or methods, is allowed to find lodgment in the heart. Then does the jealous heart look with critical eye, and it Is not long e...

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. — 28 September 1906

RO8U PRACTICL PL paint Makea Insurana 1ass Void. considerable danger to Mal in the practice of rel t -d paint before re-paint- o1st " tlon has long been a ntent, debate in the technical otht now householders and the have begun to discuss aras Sa who, with trembling, (pera the painters blow a in their lamps against cello sad have looked sadly at .0 painting bill because a wasted on this prelimin- live interested in the in y the Greenfield (Mass.) i sicra Courier, which gives con to the reasons for the n ons its necessity and it on ~ to prevent the risk of one's house in order to pjnt off. It says: inst r ba good deal of discussion niel1 ders as to the desir ting houses, of burning 11l paint, a practice that has wommon of late in Green- a lai ebeiwhere. Insurance men a ei opposed to this method. a i mid insurance policies for part in this manner. Several I reenfield have gotten afire eirl of this method, and in houses have burned as a BAN 3doubtedly true that when Davi aa been painted...

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. — 28 September 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. k elst Printing Companm. Ltd. WL DNLLA3 A TELA. IA ABV3WCE. =n Cat het ; t teai. Lb.. a * COLL CL~h' mlatle:. .ý. .1.. .._ .. .. ._ A. E. PARENT; ! Civ i Engineer,1 6 9. LAZE HIARES LA.. 1 JIM LEE'S t 4 Chinese Laundry, r 9 ? IA, lIU. ', tiIn.. , 6t. War nDUl . SWORK GUARANTEED 6 9 Welsh. - Louisiana. 6 City Barber Shop,: 9 A. HEBERT, Prop. 4g Hot and Cold 9 IESAT .ES 6 J. D. KI1BALL, b Blacksmithing AM' Horseshoeing. Ki.irA! e f epiu !. ng 5 S&edaihy. 2 SerIUJ ,fnewac or No-tt: :cnam Stret. SHREBERT : jIce Cream Parlor' For all Kind: of Soft 6 D Brinks. Ie C_'ream. 6 Cake. Candie,. and 6 9 Fresh Fruits. 4 A. L BERmm. ( At Wallingc Old Stand. t Welsi Lak ' et KansasQr - s rman .n n. srmi, inm , 2- i- m T. 101La ss c. c. m, a. .6bin - ..... - .m - W. C. T. L. COLUMN. Liquor is Our Licensed Curse. D- br"-r o' ' I,:sfe' "f(I2l.PI s(,ntI :iDl flf'~ :IbaL h: ,"u":ba :uh" " . - o it . i., iL UGiIUL ( [ "es ,.l.,hi,, L  Ci.. . :( .- '.ia.;a. i bla T-A O. he...

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. — 28 September 1906

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. ts pe'r day......................... ..........$1.00 ard and room per week...... ............... 4.50 rd per week.................................... 3.50 .- DECXKER, Prop. yelstb, - - . Louisiana. J1r ""'~ ICE-CREAM, Ji SODA WRATERou and all kinds of Je c0L DRINKS at SAt OPER DRUG CO. hy at L1 ACOUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. we W. P; RUSSELL, Jr., i NOTARY PUBLIC. i Welsh, La. * goleI W j Web Lode No.2s3 F..1A.. Di. 8kM eb Chpter, No. +), l. A. M. tj-W elshmmandry , o.10 K.T. WLh Cmp, o. 176, W 0. W. tee B0,ad Lodes, K. of ii. * ýOOOOOOOOOOOO La Aeleh Ti Shop, :: FOR ::Pa lel s,Oil Tanks Water Tanks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. Te lied lion Work a Specialty ev ED DOAN, Prop. Isathert Pacific Time Card. M EAST BOUND. 6 due ...... ........... 8:35 a.in. b due .................11:47 a. m. c: due.... ........... 1:00 a. m. 4dne .................. 4:18 p. m . WEST BOUND. ii Sdue ................... 3:04 p. m due....... .. .. ... 6:38 p. m ue............. 4:3 a m...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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