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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 23 November 1906

JOSHUA TAKES COMMAND A STORY OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN S.I6e "Highway and Byway" Preacher -"  grP  t, 19i00, the author, W. . Edon.) Scripture Authority: - Joshua, Chapter 1. SERMONETTE. "As I was with Moses, so I J * will be with thee." What an inspiration for Joshua at the beginning of his active leader etship of God's people. This was God's message to his heart. In his new capacity he was " (" comparatively untried, and the . ( way before him was unknown. " (') To what did God direct his '; thoughts? To the record of i' God's faithfulness in his deal- .  ings with his servant Moses, ' - and swiftly as there passes be-. fore the mind's eye of Jos'ua o the long and glorious history (: a;) of Moses' walk with God and ; '; his victories through him, , God adds this encouragement: 7 "So I will be with thee." * There is always inspiration i-' In studying the lives of men ( and women who have walked ; close to God and wrought f' i.) mightily for him. Take the ( life of Paul, as told...

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. — 23 November 1906

'AIMtOURI WOMAN FO" tory of Awful Suffering and Famou wonderful Relief. JB Johnson, of 603 West If cl .treet, Columbia, Mo., says: mous a ', Following an oper. in add ation two years ago, and to dropsy set in, and toes. my left side was so used 1: swollen the doctor either said he would have Allow to tap out the water. squirr, ,, There was cntanlt pieces . pain and a nrullinfu out tl sensation aIround my peeled º ' heart, and I c(,,ild umatoe not raiso nby a'1m cut fr( 0v head. Thte 'lii ii ction <i'l.oi dered an(t Iassag` of t lh so- lon w too freOuent. On the advice sugar .sb .d I bean iqng l 1)oan's tert o ,ills Since usin° tw\ boxes tables ble has not rea'tpl'Iaed. This to a b erful, after sufferiing two ill the toes; i all dealer~ 50 cents a box. and lbUn Co., Ilufalo, N. Y. gentll ring c VFie Wireless Station. sticki &dln writer states that a wire- two t deal station is now in course an he at Norddeich for the Ger- to se enment postal authorities, butte -ill have an ef...

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. — 23 November 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Putlished Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN AOVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at W4sh, La.,as second clase.uatter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBE R ~., 1906. 'I'T insure nublication all copy lhsald be in our office by Welneusday noon. D. I~. IHEAD, EDITOR. IRR IGATIO. LAND SUfi'FS. , SA. E. PARENT SCivl Engineer, ; I DDRESS 9 LAKE CIHARES, LA. . 9 di ·I City Barber Shop, ,I . BERT, Prop. a nes Hot an o Col a tiot y.'p..I,.ºý®o- did too J. D. KII1BALL, the thi! Blacksmithing at AND Fir Go Iorseshoeing.oR . dr All Kinds of Repairing a dpetlalby. b Shop located on North Adams Street. ey tel M Fl PHONE NO. 7. S -re itt Rigs of AI Kinds, Wilh or Without u Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. u" li No. 63:60. lIbport of thie Condition of o The First National Bank i at WVelsh. in the State of Louisiana, at-beelose 'f bu.iness November 12, 1906. RESOURCES. Loans antd discounte - - . - . SS L2 44 ()verlrafts secured and unsecured 12,114 7 o U. S....

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. — 23 November 1906

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. Rates per day .. ... ..... ........................ $1.00 Board and room per week .................. ....... 4.50 Board per week.................. ............... 3.50 R- DECKER, Prop. S elsh., - . Lou-isiaLna. FOR YOURK HOLIDAY SUIT * Call on '.' 1Lb REBERT,' whoe a furnish y3ou a No,l,y UI-To Date Tailor ;Made Suit from t $9 up to $50 We bare 1,400 samples of the Latest a Goods to select from. WE GUARANTEE A FIT lWg and Pressing (Gent's Cloth ing a Specialty. a L. . E"-elext, , Welesh. La. - C S TTUAccT'"T. COLLMtClONS. • i . P. RUSSELL, Jr., s , NOTARY PUBLIC. o w I * je6Welsthodge 1O. 232 F. & A. 31. & We Chi ter, so. ,it. A. A. Sbe;ooe-.."mmandry No.10 K.T.. th Citerns, Oil Tanks Water a Tnks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. w S11 WEhSHo LA. f IIIuized Iron Work a Specialty * EIlDOAN, Prop. -y 'Phone 95. Night'Phone 95. v WELSH. LA. L . THE HABIT 'of regularly saving something from your income, as a matter of very grave importance to you-...

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. — 23 November 1906

WELSEH P'T'O. 00., L't'd. Pubs. WILSH. - - - - - - LA. The Jap certainly is sharper than a serpent's tooth. New York's chau-eurs have struck their e iployers for more money. For once the pedest ran escaped. A nm.gazine is to be prit'iled for the blind. ''lhoe who w\von' s.e have al ready their fav cite piriodicails. Hlaving lil'led his halo is into Its rioney chest, Ihi' duke of" Marlborough has no) furtiher use fe ti' \'lald rbilt family. (Clergymvnt'li inst now ] ay full fare on almost all railroad lines . \\'ht they lose In cash, howeve-r, th. \1 ongil =.o gain in self-respect. And now an lEnglishman talks of the "joyous American face." Of course the English face is notoriously aninat 'ed and cheery. A ('.ulnti edtitlor has hen wounrtd'd in a lduel with a mltilitai r her,. lit should have ri'cti,herett the old say ing about the pltn. The Punlloauit coll(it)ny declares that its sleeping ca('rs are hotels. It doeh nriot go so fai. htowv've'. a;s to suIggiest that its port(ers sha...

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. — 23 November 1906

* Louisiana News Items I gplINNERS REACH LOUISIANA. It Is Sa,d They Have Options on Sev eral Plantations to Raise Cotton. A;exiclria. l.a.: The English cot. ton spDnri, r re rahed here today on their )'v:r f thl. cotton belt, which will incll-d a careful survey of Texat. Cotton mill owioirs and capitallsts of es1or, E'ngland, comnlposed of W. H. McAllist'r. W. H. White ana Orrand c{osckins, accompanied by F. H. W l. 'ould system immigratlon agent, arriv'd this morning from. north Lori tna; and Iett tonight for Bunkie, ;.a. 'hi'y we're driven many miles toA),i in the surrounding coun try thro+-;uh ithi cottoin fields. They wer ver) ,tic·,nt Ias to the object of their vrki t t i ; 1 I: vlived they com pose a nlomi.ii; io appointed by the English spinnmrs who plrowxse to buy lad ad r:ti s' tlheir cotton. It is said tt o1ptiamO1 have beenl taken on sev eral pklantititos near lh're but they do cline to sa . SERIOUS WASHOUTS. Railroads in Mississippi Damaged Hundreds of Thousands of Do...

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. — 23 November 1906

O-W E ARE.. BUYING RICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or to SWmin. P. RUSSELL, JR., Purchasing Agent at at Welsh or Roanoke We are Selling and Will Advance f To Farmers at Market Prices, RICE BAGS and BINDER T INE of the Best Quality. 9 SPeoples' Ineendent Rice ill Co., Ltd., RICE STORED At Peguaar Rates. Warehouse .Opei to All Byers. Courteous Treatment and Ample Accommodations to My Patrons. I have Leased for One Year the Iron Globe Warehouse at Welsh, and I Respectfully Solicit the Business of my Friends. A.R. RCENEAUX. i i- TO-- SJOS. YILIN'S RILAKSIITH SHOP - IFOR FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITHINO. He has Mr Ewing, an Expert Horseshoer, with him now and solicits your trade. WVELSH, 1- - - - - - [.,OUISIANA. NNNNNN++++$ .. + + ++. .N N +.. : Jorda*E.AnderUon. A pretty home wedding occurred Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson, when their accomp lished daughter, Miss Lenore, was given in marriage to Mr. Pope Jordan The bride was beautifully arrayed in...

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. — 30 November 1906

B be 11e iurna _ d ne Um .H L I AIL_-OSIA -- ---0. UBR26 VOLUIE 1II. W:ELSH, CALCASIEU PARISII, LOUISIANA, NOS()VEMIIItII l 3(1, 1906. .I 2. VOy L - I. __. . . 00ooomovo vVVwwo ooooooooooocooooocoo ocoo00oo0000 000 o ooooooooooooooo oooco WA.TCII FOR STHE SIGNAL The Sigai Sale-NO! DON'T W AITSignal Sa ...CO V E NT W T__S. Instead of waiting until the Take advantage of this Big season is over--until the most The Big Dry Goods and Clothing Stock will be sold at Offering NOW, and get the desirable goods are sold, and Bargains. Don't wait for nothing but odds and ends prices never before heard of. On DECEI1BER ist, this entire your dinner nor for your sup are left stock will be placed on sale at the 'mercy of the public and per but get COME NOW! will continue IT NOW We are cutting prices in two, and are inaugurating a while stocks are fu SALE, such as no town in fore the best things are gone. Louisiana, New Orleans not which will give ample time for everybody to secure Christmas It's th...

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. — 30 November 1906

The Bad Boy and His Dad Meet the Cream of the Harem - "Little Egypt" Does a Dancing Stunt The Sultan Wants to Send Fifty Wives to the President. VY 11oN. GI,(1~'oiE W. PY'lK. (I x-C;ovrnt ,r of W\\i.ýorsin, Frn:,r Ed itor o: k' s.'k'.i~ u r., Authr of "l'ckt s Bad 1o))," ec(..) Consiantinople, T'lrkey. ,,ly Dear Grocerpai ha: When I \wrote you last I thiougt ioni h would be muournii for dad aiti i m htl'ti t i his, as tlhl're( s cnlled iot h tr.g for the Tiurks to dol but to kill itus oaf'er we h:ul staltllut iled the suIltian andlll ,Ill his si.tir-rs hy giving thnt a uni e'sity y il. butl, aftiler we had bir n conl lined in a ,i rt of Jaill os r ight. dad and I had a Ii"art. to heart talk. and l!y diplo [macy. ed i., fo0r the titer being. I (old da;i h:at whal we wanted to tdo was :o tell lihi Turks that ad rl'epresentled the Atmeri,,n peIople. anid had a coln1ittiu nication to mali to hh siltllan person ally, which wiould nmaie him rich and happy. Well, say, they hit like a ...

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. — 30 November 1906

iS OF GIRLHOOD A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL - , Cole says that Lydia I. y =egetable Compound baa SLfeand Made Her Well. gr many lives of beautiful young .hve been sacrificed just as they ' hIpe ning into womanhood I How - irregularities or displacements s,.be dveloped at this important l sulting in years of suffering I , f mmra Cole jmother should come to her child's Kat this critical time and remember -.,Ldia E. Pinkham's Vegetable nW ndwill prepare the system for e--ming change and start this try iodn a young girl's life without orirregularities. -ieEmmaCole of Tullahoma, Tenn., Srs, Pinkham: want to tell you that I am enjoying bet alth than I have for chars, and Iowe 1 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com ,%e fourteen years of ago I suffered al a ~sitant pain, and for two or three I had soreness and pain in my side, and was dizzy and nervous, and aall failed to help me. -LI E. gPinkham's Vegetable Compound _sinmaeonded, and after taking it my i to improve rapidly, and I think dmylife. ...

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. — 30 November 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, NOVEMBER 30, 1906. To insuke publication all copy should be in our ofice by Weidnesday noon. -- , D. 1l. l :,.\l. Kltxrout. Fir s' " ey ..... l )ori ch (if h ' m,,llizt1(i win, da,, i E te' htn High it )eli Il'shlipli of .A bout 1 w' nly. Five. AI the , ',e , f i t a peait'Ich ing scrvice'b at the P'resbyterian revi\ al here \Vednesday even nil, )r. Nourse turned t'ie moneting over to the Presbyterian commnission, composed of Dr. Allison of Lake ('harles, Rev. RIogers of Lafayette, and Ilerman Rlock of Lake ( haLles. l)r. Allison, the mnoc(eratr,. explained the reason for the cmninissi ,n being here by reading the petition asking for the es tablishment of a Presbyterian church with the Sirgnatures attached. He then reoad at some length the confess- t ion of faith and the principles of t government of t...

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. — 30 November 1906

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. tser day - .....................$1.00 , ..rd and room per week.......................... 4.50 Board per week................. .... .......... ..... 3.50 E,- DEECER, Prop. ýrelsb, - -. . Lo-uisiana. FOR YOUR HOLtAY SUIT .. Call on '"' L L HEBERT, cah furnish you a 1Nhh1 Up.To Date Tailor Made Suit from $9 up to $50 We hve 1,400 samples of the Latest s to select from. WE GUARANTEE k FIT -gli and pressing Gent's Cloth ing a Specialty. *L,.,. "E"Cebert, Welsh, La. Ag. ACCOTANT. COLL[CIIONS. W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. WeWlsh Lodge No. 23;3 F. , A. "1. - I FWeLs Chpter, so . A. A. K. derWelshCommandrv o. o K.T. ag Wel1h Camp, o. 17 V, W . .G rnd Lodge, K. of II. . I 0*************OO e Wlsh Tin Shop, :: FOR :: terns, Oil Tanks Water Tanks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. uized Iron Work a Specialty ED DOAN, Prop. RAB, CROSS,, by'Phone 95. Night'Phone 95. WELSH, LA. • z --w· "m,, npm THE HABIT )() ofregularly savin g somthintlig. tfio yor inc...

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. — 30 November 1906

t~t gxtt f it Journal WILSH P'TQO. 00., L't'd. Pube. WELSH, --- LA. The Teaching Profession. There was a time when the school master's profession was adopted by many college graduates as a pis aller, or as a temporary means of livelihood before taking lip some other kind of work. The qualities and the special training now required of a teacher have given hiim a much more indep&in dent and evin more honorable posi tion than he formerly held. ('onse quently, there have been an increased esprit de corps. and a greater zeal in the profession. In his addriess before the \liddlesesx Teachers' association, President lEliot spoke of the enthusi astic devotion for their calling and preference for it above all others, which are often demanded and which, he might have added, are often found among those who are engaged in the work of education. Por efficiency can not be secured Iby high salaries and pensions. Like the profession of arms, that of teaching is one that is chosen more often for...

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. — 30 November 1906

LOUISIANA NEWS. WHITE CAPS KILLiED NEGRO. Victim Escaped First Attack, Meeting )eath When He Returned for Horse. .JiftS ::,', i .L \ hi. ' l - t 1 k illed ai ne. \n; .1 I aniiugue last i ~* :L; ' on . : sef slS that mtat.A u I i , sixty, were out on hdi , i: t ll p nI1"0:'1s who visited S;. I in the fight blow' h li ii sc:ped to t,, cover his a hor=se an1l bI: v i .;\. tihet n that - le c ' ;11:l' h l hI:t  ii an iI i iitd lite ho ;il him to dl , it n. Theb et i an c tat tu,' ,t,:o a:0d i'ved SHREVEPORT. Big Crowds Well Entertained With Sunday Amusements at Fair. plh "1'xi rlt, l .l.Ol Ftu I , ih.1 witf l ideal we athtr can lt olL. 1i' ln, re crowk d oatre as ixc4 or cai, oival al ( d lived oit e forhr beinS rti\,:, h ii law, anl. Bie lttwdsr lWn Eiltl ten Weount ofh uan aree t bAmusements the Fair. Asso dtion and the minist s. T'lere were ,any things of intci,'st. hiowever, and the visitors, naniy of whom .haid not been on the groundl; helfore,were enlitr tained. Captain Bail...

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. — 30 November 1906

--Wi - -, WE APRE I BUYING RICE! Call On, Write, Telephone, or Send Samples to US, or to Win. P. RUSSELL, JR., Purchasiniig An; it at Welsh or Roanoke We are Selliilg and Will Advance ' 1 To Farmellrs at Market lPrices, RICE BAGS and 9 9 I IN 1)ER 'I' INE of the Best Quality. g i Peoples' Independent Rice 1ill Co., LtL., fRICE STORED At Regular ates. Waroholso Open to M Buyors. Courteous Treatment and Ample Accommodations to My Patrons. I have Leased for One Year the Iron Globe Warehouse at Welsh, and I Respectfully Solicit the Business of my Friends. A. R.ARCENEAUX. -%%v1AIAA/A 0AAA -= -GO TO---r ! JOS. VILLIEN'S ILACKSMITH SHOP ÷ FOR FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITHIN. He has Mr Ewing, an Expert Horseshoer, with him - now and solicits your trade. W ELsH, 1- - - - -I,OUISIANA. NOW IS THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT THAT CALIFORNIA TRIP HOUND TRIP TOURIST TI(,KE'Ir, ON SALE DAILY VIA SOTTHERN SUUNSET SUNSET 0 OUT ROUTE" Diverse Routes, Stopover Privileges, Return Limit 9 Months. The Sunset Express le...

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 December 1906

l II. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, IDECEMBER 7, 1906. SH TCIIFO !R *HE SIGNAL! The Si nal Salel-NOW! Instead of waiting until the season is over-=until the most desirable goods are sold, and nothing but odds and ends are left COME NOW! We are cutting prices in two, and are inaugurating a SALE, such as no town in Louisiana, New Orleans not excepted, has ever seen and NOW, in the heart of the sea son, when our stock is full and our assortments are com plete, W is the time NOW OW the Signal's Sale. NUI Sensational Bargains in Piece Goods. 500 yards Flanneletts, regular price lOc and 12c: sale price per yd................5( 1,000 yards of Oxford Percales 12Ic values: will go in this sale at ner yard....... ,c 2,000 yards Ginghams, regular 12jc values: will' o at per yard ..................i ,e FinePungee \White Shirtwaist Goods, ret ular price 5;c per yard: sale price. ..4c Fine Bleached Cambric, reg 12;e ........ Dc *Sc kind will ,o in this sale at....... i½. 50 yards of Fine J...

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 December 1906

THE PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL MESSAGE TO LAWMAKERS ;Recommends Legislation on New and Important Subjects, INONIOME - INHERITANCE TAX tie Beliwves Such Laws Would Curb Growth of Fortunes to Dan gerous Proportions, i-;is vi-ws on Negro Question-Asks f~'r Currency Reform, and Shipping I 3:;1--Would Make Citizens of Japs -Many Other important Subjects t Discussed. 1 t W 1.u4.2gi, i)e- 3.--Preqident Roose- n toels * ' "': to t. SeCOnd session of the f1ty ,ii it. c1ir;ress deals with a ,'lun,.',- of :,w :a,l, imnportant subjocts, Chinef wr a I the goverrnment prose- V tlutit, , the abuse of inJune- n: tioi : ' "i,)iles. the negro ques- n lto , !,; of class hatred E )etwv--..:, ;,:l ,I I labhor, additional legis- t latl' , :,: ,trol of large corpora ptf o ; . t,;l i:'t ,irltaince and inlconl e '''t" ' . 1 , i : ttl a statement of ", ý" ; . !,. ; "', /,".rss left untlinished, h " , 1 a 1 a w prohibiting of ~ll - ," ,"rf1 ". , ,' ,i tl'itia ng to the,' It b'." I . -,, I. lt on ti hoi e of c"n ...

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 December 1906

TEN YEARS OF PAIN. to Do Even Housework Be. [use of Kidney Troubles. ' argaret Emmerich. of Clinton Napoleon, O., says: "For fif. teen years I was a great sufferer from kidney troubles. My back pained me ter ribly. Every turn or move caused sharp shooting " pains. My eyesi::ht was poor, d a r k spots alitptare:d be 0 e, and I had dizzy spells. For years I could not do hoilsework. for t years did not get on: of bouse. The kidtney secretions irregular, and d(octors were not me. Doan's Kidney [ills me quick relief, and finally we. They saved my life." lid by all dealers. 50 cents a box. .Milburn Co., Bufnfalo. N. Y. 4 ebcked Attempt at Monopoly. N gtS were sometimes dealt with lly in old England. For in. I" the records of the ltrewers' y show that "on on Monday, July t ,2, Robert Chichele, the mayor of sent for the masters and 12 w most worthy of our company to a~ r It the Guildhall for selling dear SAfter much dispute about the I sad quantity of malt, wherein S one,the late mayor, dec...

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 December 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. - ONE DOLLAR A YEARI IN ADVANCE. Enter l at the post.)flice at Welsh. La., as econdI class llatter. FIIfII AY, l E IX. }\} 1} , 190I . T o in ,n rn iin b li ,,n tio n ni l , tn v ,h n n l ,1 h ,1 in our c % "%i eiu sta n1 - S4 r: )I o.. for his II l i .cl;, . i ,.' f f,, 2: It awild bled anui ,ii,' ht,,.ug l eigtct long yearsa of weary warfare, that throuth their suffering thCe might bcqueatn to the American people that most priceless hoon: the right of sutfrafL'e. So said the Imanlhoo(d if ll'Fiae and thl'rou)gh out the dark years of the French te\v otution, the nohlest men and women I of that great nation gave their lives a ready sacrifice on their countries al tar in order that succeeding gener ations might renjoy the blessings of a free ballot. So say the millions of down trodden , humanity i:round under the iron heel of J ussian deslpotism, as they willing ly sac<ritif'e life and happiness that t t...

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 December 1906

EUREK A HOTEL One Block North of Depot. Rates per day ........... ................... $1.00 Board and room per week..... ............ 4.50 Board per week ................... ..... ..... . 3.50 R- DECKIER, Prop. Welsh, - . . Loulisiana. FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SUIT • * Call on '." iL, IHEBERT, boean furnish you a Nu'by l"p-To Date Tailor Made suit from $9 up to $50 We bare 1,400 samples of the Latest Goods to select from. WE GUARANTEE A FIT gling and Pressing (lent's Cloth ing a Specialty. WeI. ea.bert, Welih. La. ]UL.T1I? ACCOUNTANT. COLI ECTIONS. 0 W, P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. * eJVesh Lodge No. 232 F. & A. M. 0 h^-Welbh Chapter, No. 50, R. A. M. 1 -LAWelshCommandry o. 10K.T. " Wrk ulsh Camp, vo. 176, W. O. W. " SG.Grand Lodge, K. of iH. ..IOI OOO"000000* 0000" a eph TiY Shop, ::FOR :: s, Oil Tanks Water Tanks, Stove Pipe, Charcoal. ed Iron Work a Specialty ED DOAN, Prop. 'Phone 95. Night'Phone 95. WELSH. LA. THE HABIT f regularly saving something from your income, ia...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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