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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 28 September 1906

lea iticc eit 0iurcna1 WELShi P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSHI, -- . LA. New Army Bullet It would seem that in the type of bullet about to be adopted by the army there is a potent argument for peace. This bullet is a third light it t0, n any now in use, but it is mv.r, deadly. Its penetrating power is such that at a mile it would pass through 15 mien, if these had the umischance to stand in line in front of it. At short range, says the Phila dellphia Leiger, it will go through 39 inches of seasoned oak. At 500 yards 32 inches of white pine fail to sto; it, and at 1,000 yards it is equal tc piercing 14!5 inches. The day whn safety lies in dodging behind a trel alppears to be passing. The strong point about this admirable bullet is the flat trajectory. With the present style of bullet, fired at a target 1,001 yards distant, one could stand with perfect inmmunity at many points be tween the muzzle and the target, as at 50 yards the, missile would pass 17 feet over his head. The new bul,...

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. — 28 September 1906

I. . 1 Re. cued by the Guides. B y I-t \ & i alt' E . .. . .. l'1 :'N. x-Gu r " . . : u in . I X n.'r.: Pub- " isherofitzerlnd--D d alls Over t a Precipice, ut IsLND. - MY DEAR OL) MAN: By ginger, but Io would like to be home nouides. I have had enough of foreign travel; I don't see what is the use of traveling, to see r people of loreign countries, when you can go to any lar:t city in America, i and find more people belonging to any a foreign country than you can find by 1 going to that country. and they know a a confounded sight more. Take the Russians in New York, the Norwegians s of Minnesota, the Italians of Chicago, and the Germans in :Milwaukee, and , they can talk English, and you can find out all about their own countries by .t talking with them, but you go to their "r' I F E ir sick of the whole business, and would give all I ever expect to be worth, to I would like to open the door of your T ARTED IN ON A DEMOCRATIC couand dtrie rightand there on the don'orstep, know...

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. — 28 September 1906

Fuller-Steltzlen. Married at the home of M r. and hMrs. A. A. Sutter, Wednesday even ing, September 19, 19r'ti, Mr. Millard R. Fuller and Miss Maud M. Steltz len, Rev. A. A. Sutter ofticiating. The wedding was a very quiet one, the only witnesses being Mr. Sutter's family and Mr. D. J. Simons. After the ceremony the newly wedded clule drove t,, the home o(f iMr. and M1s. W. W. St'ltzlen where the ' eddin, sup per was served. Only two were pres ent who were not relatives. T'he.roomn is an industrious yo(,ng farnmer, who is well and fav,'radhly known in ti:is part of the country, having lived here since the days of his infancy. The bride came here from the North nearly three years ago, She is a sister of W. W. (Steltzlen ( nd her friends are counted Ihv the n umber of her acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Fuller have the best wishes of their friends for a long life, filled with hap pi:ess and prosperity. Gueydan Japanese iolony A Failure. It is reported by the 'lTimues Demo crat and also b...

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. — 5 October 1906

WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER 5, 1906. NUMBER ] GNAmL CLOTHING STORE. WATCH FOR , OUR f NEXT WEEK'S " ADVERTISEMENTI hNAL CLOTHING STORE, WELSHE, L.A. .ý--. WE ARE-. i JUYING RICE! - all On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or to Wm. P. RUSSELL, JR., clasing Agent at Welsh or Roanoke are Seling and Will Advance aners at Market Prices, RICE BAGS and , BINDER TWINE of the Best Quality. ies' ependent Rice l Co., Ltd., a OROWLE"T, La . elsh Machine Shops, I. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. KESTACKS & BREECHINGSI ~ Any Size or Ciuage, and ALL BINDS OF iand Irrigating Strainers, . HADE ON SHORT NOTICE. 0 ALL hINDS OF -PE AND FITTINGS a doon from Postomae. j Lands for Sale Near WeIsh, La, W: e have for sale about 7,000 acres of raw Ilands. Distance from Welsh, La., four to es. Will sell in body to suit purchaser. 0 to $15 per acre, one fourth cash, balance, 's time. We also have some good im larms, watered by wells and on canals, at ging from $30 to $50 per acre. We hav...

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. — 5 October 1906

SPYING OUT THE LAND FIFTEENT --In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF TilE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher . .. , ' S. Ldiu l.) Scripture Authority: --N u m b e r s, Chapter 13. O -oooo0 oo0 ooooooooeooo0000 0 SERMONETTE. 0 While the Scripture narrative 0 ndicates that the project of 0 s0 ending the spies had the Di vine sanction, even to instruc- d 0 tions being given as to the meth Sois to be pursued, still we must remember that the land was o 0y C Israel's by right of inheritance 0 and was the place w;iither God was leading them, and hence a there could be no question as to its fruitfulness, or as to the cer- a 9 tainty of its occupancy by Israel. 0 These facts suggest then that it 6 was lack of faith rather than Sd'vinely inspired wisdom that O prompted this course of action, O and remind us of that infinite 0 patience which God manifests 0 in dealing with His children. O God permitted the spying out of 0 A the land because faith was no...

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. — 5 October 1906

CKY WOMAN Fifteen Pounds In ameWell by Taking * Pink Pills. y or thereabouts. have for the better or ors, I stbe yste'u '- Iuried by s illiantl' Bink Pills. g,of Iiartford, Ky., * concerniig the diffi ictedl her : 14 ill anId wVo rlhfilOrd ior eight oirlh. in all, i I had vil., i, fever, t kidin s dlid lit itc 'it ,a ji hat, dlizzl.uess ya head aie i nervous the treatmeilt f ,-veral us but they all failed After tufetrigll for ued fron en Arl;kansas 1 merits of ri.Willialns' I decided that I would i very first box I took $ better and wlhein I had morIv asenlt irely well, oiindsMore than when -ed my houst'hohli duties, contiuued( ill the belst of I t ueloled Dr. Wil ill1 to manliy Ipople onil ac theydidifornie, anlld I feel aiRx themn too strongly. 'pink Pills restored Mrs. because they actually and whenl thle li.()(1 is funnction of the body the blood carries to SIImuscle, every nerve, _ llellt. Any womanI in the cure of Mrs.Wed. ourbook, "Plain Talks to ii free on reqtuest. Bell ...

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. — 5 October 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FRIDAY, OCT3BEIR 5, 1906. To insure publication all copy should be in our office by Wednesday noon. D. It. UE AD, EDITOR. - IRRIGATION. LAND SUR1 EYS. , 9 SA. E. PARENT I Civil Engineer, i -_ CDDRESS LAKE CIARES, LA. • v~i~ JIM LEE'S jChinese Laundry, ' ' All Hand Work. No machine- 4 ry to pull off buttons or tear clothing. WORK GUARANTEED Welsh, - • Louisiana. jCity Barber Shop, A. HEBERT, Prop. . Hot and Cold  ,.q 9 P.1 O,.O P.,, J. D. K!I1BALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of iaplairingr a Specialty Shop located on North Adams Street. Iagazines. 'Th following is tht, list of Mara. zi:is ritgtlarly on sb,l, at the Journa otfr'e: A ll Story ..........................10c A rgosy ........................... 10c A in-le,,..... ............. .......15e Ameri.~an Magazine .... .........10c A plet,,n '...

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

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. 0Rtes per day........... .....................$1.00 Board and room per week......................... 4.50 Board per week........................... 3.50 R- DECXER, Prop. , - - I. Louisiana. ICE-CREANMW SODA WATERI and all kinds of I cOLD DRINKS S • At e icOOPER DRUG CO. STACCOIUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. * VW. P. RUSSELL, Jr., " NOTARY PUBLIC. S ,Welsh, La. " -~eleh Lodge ~o. 232 F. A A. M. .O..elsh mmandry jo.10 K.T. 0 .IsCampC , so. 176, W.O. W. -  dged Lodfe, . o H. N""--""""""""""""""lllt _ llh 'Tin Shop, :: FOR rns, 011 Tanks Water Talnks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. d Iron Work a Specialty ED DOAN, Prop. igethern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. . due ... ....... 8:35 a. m. ue ................11:47 a. m. ue .,,............... 1:00 a. m. e................ 4:18 p. m. WEST BOUND. l ................ 3:04 p. m due ............ ..... 6:38 p. m ::diue.................. 4:24 a. m $de . ...... ...... 9:20 a. m' -Joe. 7 and 8 night trains. 34 for further informa...

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. — 5 October 1906

WELSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - . LA. t Under the Yoke. New occupations for American wom en are frequently described in the household magazines. M1Oantiie many women of the ,old world stead fastly cling to their old tasks. A trav eler with good eyes may s e. in a sin gle summer clay in Illl ainm (.tno(tr-h to make himl wonder 'n hat arc re ul: the boundaries of "wotolln' s hl . At five o'Clo(k in the moral:l : I. ma see a red-ch.(,kfed woman: a 1t.ti,, hlii: ness over her shoizld-is, Iitlliinr, iith a big dog for a helpl r, a haav\y cart of vegetables th0r1 mileos firotm p arden to market. 'The cart holds several bushels of potatoes, carrots, cabbage's, topped by a great bundle of dew sprinkled roses: and before the wom an and the dog trudge honle with it again, everything will have been sold. Our traveler n;may com(e ilupon two nius cular women Itransferring a load of coal from sidlewalk to cellar, shoul dering the baskets- as easily as men would do. If he lingers to 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. — 5 October 1906

Farmers' Co-Operative Union Of America and women still on earth, and t where will be some of this sort here all thearn time Just hunt them out iand makei you canl 1 2, oul should them your fries. It is onefit of the a number of frinu whom yolxpuri cance. ntruast to trhe end of h arth. Gat youne tom be of thi sort and thengeting busy wseith your distrustful self and becomrest jrtany of such f.c Ialntsh e anxi you r ttel. There ar p Slenty of 'eing all thover tihe country. The spread of- the Union is now onkick eroughout iis n(,is. :1 t 'ert spread, hich happen SOI( +.i; to do good by stir ring things i1 f a (~rrrr;rtuos condi ftr if there is people that do need organizatiom on it s the farmers of -od to noih especially. "rhw move is o:1 from the corn lands of "i''ypt," down about him, andto the "Lai o' Murpoes happen," alonIg the great lakes, aod the corn to biers need some ci-operation, andhelp him. If you Sej: 4!1 m at the price they need itn right now. The bug po-ur fault; raiser...

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. — 5 October 1906

~EXCLUSIVE STYLES 190fi-FALL AND WINTER-1907 Ladies' Fine Cloaks, Suits, Waists, Skirts, Furs, Etc. 8Chas. A. Stevens & Bros. TI-E LEADING STYLE STORE OF CHICAGO Who und(ubt)ltily do the Iargest busities in the world in Women's )utlitti ns. h ,,w ui tlhis s Lason An absolutely matchless line of the most beautiful and Perfect-Fitting t Garments at the lowest prices for which the same Svalues have ever been sold. . re is a wonderful oppor SItunity to select your Fall and Winter wearing apparel and enjoy all the advantages (of personal shopping at Ste. ' The garments have been se S t,. lected with great care, and they are absolutely correct in style, material, workmanship and finish. The highest degreo of per fection has also been reached in .the individual fit and pro portiuus for tuc different figures and tleu prices are as low as and oft, en lower than inferior garments are soldi for elsewhere. You are cordially invited to call and examine the beautiful Fashion Plates and Saui...

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. — 12 October 1906

iUE WCIet AOTrnrn 19. VOLiE I"1. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, ()CTOB)ER 12, 19016. SNUMBER- !,. ~ s CS~--r~ SIGN L ILOTHING STORE. *W SIATCH FOR A OUR NEXT WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENT! " WELSH, LA. - --WE ARE BUYING RICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or to Wm. P. RUSSELL, JR., Purchasing Agent at Welsh or Roanoike Ve are Selling and Will Advance To Farmers at tarket Prices, RICE BAGS and BINDER T \INE of the Best Quality. Peoples' hdepedent Rice Hill Co., Ltd., R TCL9 , "-:", -., Welsh Machine Shops, SI. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINGSi Any Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF and 'Hrrigating Strainers, I MADE ON SHORT NOTICE. ALL KINDS OF PIPE AND FITTINGS tw'o doors from Postoffice. 1,* **4eo*Teooooo ooo *o oo oo +ýaeaas"ýýýý$QSS00 ese~e"eeaeeeeeeeeeeee/t La ds for Sale Hear Welsh, La We have for sale about 7,0(X) acres of raw lands. 1i>taunce from Welsh, La., four to .: miles. \Will ell in body to suit purchaser. $10 to $1h ;º :wre, on...

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. — 12 October 1906

The Bad Boy Writes from Naples Dad Sees Vesuvius and Calls the Servants to Put Out the Fire They Have Trouble with a "Dago" in Pompeii. By }H)N. 4, .OI(;E XV. i'l''. (Ex-(Joverror of \Wi., si. n. I',,r r 'ub iisltr of I'ck s Sun, l.\Autir of "I''ck's I;at Bo o ," Etc.) (Copy right, I1,,, by Josupll, . Boe s.) Naples, Itaiy.-l)ear Old Partner in Crime: Well, sir, we have struck a place that reminds us of home, and your old gro ery store. T'he day we got here dad and 1 took a walk into the poorer districts, wlhbre they throw aiul the slops and refuse in the streets, and where nobody ever seems to clean up anything and burn it. The odor was something that you cannot de scribe without a demonYntration, and after we had turnoed pale and starte(d to go away, dad said the smell remind ed him of somtthinz at homne and finally he reomr,, 'rd yo'ur oil grocery in the sauerlraiit ,a: , ('ary in the DAD POINTED OUT OF THE WINDOW TOWARD VESUVIUS. morning, before you had aired out the place. You...

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. — 12 October 1906

ERYOVS _ [D!LiTY n oman .. . C~" Dr. s'Pink P..s iSo er INWll and ` r c debility is t;. :' .n name the doct l. . r l 1 nloi!ta. - teritti b o , ; r, - ln, ` and iit s. i "!. :" , ' -, 'T r dull the lI"i" , the l,_ellun\ 1 . orY ," ',' I s is difficult t, r .i ti:oeý ta'd ¢ will. Some It 1 -, s\ prOms,, 'present or ad: tlu,,. T'ie ine toning up, 'i,' In'ri(us , ad there is i1 ,L ii,..l'ine bltter for this purp'It tlhain Dr. 'pink Pills. "e J. Davies, of N. 31-1 War. Scranton, Pa., -I'- " tStine SI became grealtly r,(lt'ed in strength and my nervous -1sine sodebilitatud that I felt Icould not r'st or I'ltt'p well aud wolie up as wienty and the. norni g as I -aIs when I bed. My headl allc(l in1 the and often there wais a pain in side which was worse when I My nerves were on edge all every little noi-, l~ ,thered me Sgenerally miserable. Then I to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills eople,asmy hubanId had taken -ith good results, and they did for mie. Now I have lnu more my side, no more h...

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. — 12 October 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FIDAY. o(;T )IilF 1, 1906. To insiure tflhlllcstio! all copy should hI ill our oftice ly Woilursolay noon *. II. I EAl. EDITOR. IRIIRG\TIOWN. LAND SLIRVEYS. q e A. E. PARENT I Civil EngIneer, I DDRESS 1 LAKE CHARES, LA. 4 0 JIM LEE'S I j Chinese Laundry1 .19 1Hand W\ ok. No na-hinve r9 to pu l , outtos or W eOH UARANTl' .: WORK GUARANTEED SWelsh, - • Louisiana. - SCity Barber Shop 1 A. HEBERT, Prop. l Hot and Cold I3~1~~~ J. D. KII1BALL, Blacksmithing ANI) Horseshoeing. 9® All Kinds of f:epairinz a Specialty Shop located on North Adams Street. Magazines, ... . .. ... . ....................1c I 'i 'I .. .. ...... 1:.:. . ·\i J'o . . , . ......... ...... . }~ll,. . L I .. .r d. . .. ... ... ........ .... 2 i rc, i.  ''. .. ........ .. ....... ..... . li 'ns,, " s.' t . ...- ... .......... li 1 o b +' l,b . ' ) . ...

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. — 12 October 1906

3IUEKAL HOTEL One Block North of Depot. rday..... ............................$1.00 room per week.................. ....... 50 o Per week... .......................... R. DE)C$ER, Prop - Lo-uisiana. "4'ý t T. T COLL[CTIONS. 0 PR.KUSSELL, Jr. NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. Yea~l~ ~e yo, 2 F. A. 31. " Ae~ shC ¶p'ter . "so, W1. 0. W. * de~~iiC loU'l h. of IL. <.T ---.000000600000006S Jels Tin Shop, FOR ts, Oil Tanks Water Tanks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. ied Iron Work a Specialty ED DOAN, Prop. .Nthern Pacific Time ('Iard. EAST BOUND. e .. 8:40 a. m. Idue ..·' .1 :.7 a. m. Odue........ .. 1:0" a. m. Sdue............. idu .............. .. 3:50 p. m . (dae..... . 3:0 p. . WEST BOUND. ..... .. 2:5(i p. m Sdue .... 6:35 p. mi 7due ................. 4:19 a. m idue............. . 9:04 a. m ;due ... . ... . "...... iOs. 7 and 8 night trains. 34 for further information. .. F. TnBBS, A~ent. &lpA frost of the season T'hursd ay 1,. Cosner was a Jennings visit- S ?tiday, at mt's and boy's hats, ne...

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. — 12 October 1906

wi ui i T::-;. U) Lt ( ( i i t;i ((·c). T~·~ LA.~~ Wouild do( '.V'it ,i is'hg ba>nk-- thez r's v 'e ~cc ;:,I; , run for hi.i t, y ' ,' . Accorda , .\.. \(l~i : r;;n is fnva in, 'ho . her ,e f ( ,.:i ai n,+ p)racti ing f r trades. ,'I! . ;a: is the tire .I v f natur,. 1:r .ai ,rt'2 1as t ilI'e(n t :n1, a Zine fl r'f ' 1:' ntilelTd " h +'; , I the W olf." I': ,aid cry so:rs :a.: and far off 'o Mr ('arneie. It r.ailly i time fr tile iiti girl to get busy ,n that pon wi per that she is going to make to give to her father for a Chrlst.mas present. Large niow coal lields hav;t, been found in P'nnsylvania, but t.ie c(Iln Kumer mar as well be iulifiet it once that th ..it trust is going t, .'u)trol them Sir Thomas Lipton goes on bilding sailing boats despite the fact that there .is no chance of disposing of them to btI!licose govertnumntts, as there is v illt, steami yachts. A New Yiork fanci(er's purchase of a bulldog in London for $1.,000 ought to convin,,e Europe of the futility of...

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. — 12 October 1906

REBELLION IN THE CAMP SIXTEENTH In Cloud and Pillar Series ASSOOY OF TiE 4,,I.DErHNESS JOURNEY in OF THE 1IEREW PEOPLE B the"Highway and Byway" Preacher Scripture Authloity Numbers, C Chapter 14. . SERMONETTE. :tI Two things in this chapter : command our attention. First, ,i the tragedy of a lost opportun ity; and second, the presump tion and folly of attempting to tc force an entrance to a door . , which God has shut. As we read o a this chapter we stand amazed .I at the blindness and weakness x of the children of Israel in the "" fe face of so great opportunity, but :n here do we not find exemplified + bt failure that is all too common t. to-day in the Christian expe- rience? We sit in judgment . upon the rebclious Hebrews : and declare their conduct inex- . plicable and inexcusable, even while we ourselves are refusing : i to go forward in faith and enter the great door of opportunity ": which God has set before us. We see the giants of opposition -. and persecution, and the wa...

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. — 12 October 1906

LANDS! LANSDS1 LANDS!! 8 I am representing the Land and Immi V gration Department of the Kansas City South- V ern R. R., and am prepared to sell your lands Sto the rest Possible Acivantage. V If you. ,ire waint iii to buy lands, I have it Litt t'umi el of pliaes to i spose of, at pri(ces P4IIranig + mm (ij . 'wr .ore up. 6 JAik:3 &iLICK, )tfc- ,:if i.cr;'rs ice (Crean Parlor. WELSH, - - - - LOUISIANA. $30.to,ý TO CAULIORNIA $30.oo Tickets (:. Sale Daily to OCTOBER 31, 19o6. I'h l - r (' altnue to secure This [ at(c uri ) 'l 1906. : . . . . Pl'!ian E('lrsiol ~ leepers Daily NEW ORLEANS --TO== SAN FRANCISCO. F. E. BATTUR S. G. P. A.. S. G. REED, D. P. A., New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. hcep~psl3Errl ~ "lr~~; 00oo0000 o0o00o0000000ooo CHEAP RATES NORTH 8 -VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL g Account Home Visitors Excursions 0 .8ER 19 ANl 23. MMVEMBER 13 AND 21. Best and QQickest Service, with no Transfer of .Stations at New Orleans. The I. C. is tihe Voute All EXJ)elilenced ,1 '. teers Take...

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. — 19 October 1906

WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER 19, 1906. NUMBE CYCLONE SALE -*AT THE IE SA IGNAL CLO'TIIING STORE.. Fifty Suits of Clothing slightly damaged by rain. Regular $13.50, $15.00oo, $6.oo and $17.50 values Nwill goat The Famous WOONSOCKET 8NAG-PROOF RUBBER BOOTS, Regular $4.50 Values, vill2 Be Sold for a Short Time at $3,75, , i Just Received a Fine Line of Ladies' Dress Goods, including Plaids, Mohair, 38 inches wide, Silks, Shirt Waist Patterns, Etc. J. S. GERSON, WELSH, LOUISIANA. - 1 , -inn mm mm ammnnmnmnm m I II • am . . . ... " --WE ARE BUYING RICE!. 4 5;1'--- " i----- Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or to Wnm. P. RUSSELL, JR., Purehasing Agent at Welsh or Roanoke 1e are Selling and Will Advance , To Farmers at Market Prices, RICE BAGS and _ BINDER TWINE of the Best Quality. hples' Udepent Rlce 1ll Co,, Lid, .`CR TZ.lrIEY, Lra I elsh Miachine Shops,: I. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINGSI Any Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF 5 Oil a...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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