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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 22 March 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. .O , Ltd , Pubs VEI.SIl. - - - - - - LA. ELVETS 1I' 01-l,"'' , h h filF II .i.. .. . ;,,. , , i( , ton oil ' .ll W1;, s a tt' ' hi, w. ..., . This same comp ('o ti\ v.: also nt I,, a cola pr'ss t) " ' oI ' on. int and both, . plants wil be rtal' C.r business by fah. Ono ,f thn m ,I dicsIo.c,:,  ?'Cks ,,of the y'ea. oc; 'rd TaI' l r a\ night lon the Frisco ht ar oil" $i Ie, , 1'T Seven ars of a!ha Inaand one; ar of lnsmber wire 1' ,rndf Th:its for fivg' lhundt l d curd wcrt' I1l'stimt1\ed. Col. 'lon E. ose. a id 'irs ty ight years, is dea.- at his home in Pu- I aski, 'i.'e)nn. He wa ls once erlected tofl the United States Stlnnia from that State, but before th \oite could be an nounce til te vote, was chllanged and there was a stapltearde to hliun. owell E. Jackson. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas will shortly put on a fast train for Texas, leaving St. Iouis about noon. This train has been under contemplation for some time. No date is as yet set 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. — 22 March 1907

WIPING THEM OUT TELEGRA,"AS DESCRIBING BAT. TLES IN CENTRAL AMERICA. AS THE HON'IURANS TELL THE STORY' president Bon';!t of Hondusas Le-' ing His Army Against Se Enemy. Auras . ttE, r ceiv d .:i ' llll' . i, : ; t lt i l tion !nd r;". oth ree sid, " I O . '. . , i r; it  ., Do n , ;:t' !  1 's , ; "'  ' iand c in f L'., , , t . , l' , h,c l fl" Toe he b S _.,o ,of O!:; e . tto. tof O l 1 ki) , 11.v ther i "The perviese othe president at tachke ed 1), lh h nly ia. Iot'l tly: tefa ted t. l). :, ,t in . ., , IIh,. k capturi o : c'.. ;' . ',! .- ,] art ,. u: tion an , t' '., a: . t." owther i ,t i'ef, . in 'h ;a1, i:n t .',h-r o Pres i, nt Ir: it , '2 :r"dt ad D1ino M '' t ' , 1 h , . F., ,r ,, n ral of the, :!r:: . r. !k  ln, wh' ill a ct in ni y l hot i!l. :h .lth inll I ,i obeyed by atl moPresident reon la LeiRtads.ta' Manueb l oftnil:nt ; c .. cca,, n tri iclI on persa o n, as ir i tii: o' )" tri lt. f,)l lowing t( in o l`, hiroil "1,T ,-ial ia. The ires t fte Pre sident ir...

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. — 22 March 1907

GREATEST MAGAZINE AND PA PER CLUB EVER OFFERED BY ANY PAPER. What a $1.25 Will Do. This paplr at yuit«' an txt,×1en.-1c and a ,reatt ( ,deal <t t t'rk hai arraitt.iietl a ('rs a nd ( !t ,a/.ieita`, li tiuing Tilh' ]tice I'tlIt .1 1irna] fur onlf ' OnIV e )l - lar And a uart't'r. I tealiziin that we c,,ld lar',_,Vtv in cit -, our cie'culatio Vt', entt i'd itti it e iItraitt't it isr the l'apers and ilalazint.i that ttiopl,,se this club. Tli',. Jturttai dttts ntt tiake a cent i it of Lii i- i, iln fact 0t," it-.+' antid t ' a n ri t t It ii. rt  Itit. ,ille. 1(1111 ' IS') J~et it h i iiCit'ar t' 111 (11" ,N o t );tl ,"vt '\'' }~.! ,,+h wt't Ilil~l~ ' li :(1 t1 ,'1" that equalta outi . 'ithe ct'o blilti val (tlle of the l'ievr'n 'aptI 'r. at thitr' regular sltitscrlpl oth l I1Or',t !;+ `I,.7," !.' 1,'111'. Tlht;l';ll' and \1 It /I t~tiL II' rt)11nilllht~ t'011tiaili+ l~it)' t,ýt; t- i, + r' Iotutm, or' "..,_'? (I _1CIt" , "l' \ta . til, liii li it' ait' t oto \Weeki i.,, ...

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. — 29 March 1907

'IE ' (I. WELSH, CALCASIEI PARISH, IOUISIANA, MA RCII 29, 1907. NUM1 JUST RECEIVED A Fine Line of Easter Suits. SIGISTAIL CLOT IIG STOR E, J. S. GERSON, PROPRIETOR. WELSH, : LOUISIANA. moneooooooooooooooooo0ooooooooooo oo00 I o Are Comiingitotlne Water Age. ",We have had the railroad age, Ibelieve e we are comning to the water p," said Mr. L. E. Robinson, a S-nker of Welsh, La., who has been i jkin after some o',f his proI)erty in irests in Texas and who is stopping at the Brazos. "President RIoosevelt has lately talked of organizing a commission on waterways, to develop water traº,spor Sationin America, and many of the i ates are agitating the question," pontinued Mr. Robinson. "The -rouble is that the railroads have not been able to keep up with the growth Of the country with resuect to its Jtsnsportation needs. Thev have done splendid work in developing the country but they cannot meet the de .aod, and there must he an attempt idle to relieve the stress. The most 'stural and no...

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. — 29 March 1907

, liebme hath laid hs mantle by Ofwnd Jcl ;n and ra;i a cy chlfl, And dons.a rich enLro;dery Of IunlIfc poured on lake and il;1l.. No LcaA, or bird in eartL or ~k, Wno,,e ,;ce. doh0,o~ m l dads,s thnl, For T,,m haid laid hi5, antle, by Of wnd and rain and icy ch;ll. Iver and founia;n, brook and rill. S es, ngld o1 r wiL livery Say All in 1fhi. ,i apPrl, vie. Tior 'I !11 Li oInLi L Charl, oF Orlcanis. HOM4 E OF THE EASTER LILY Flower Was introduced Into the Islands of Bermuda by an American. whole British colony of the Bermudas -and it is erected to the memory of an American. This fact may seem a bit strange until one has heard the story. which is really a story of the Bermuda lily, and of the man who made it possible. Many years ago-during President Hayes' administration, in fact-Gen. Russel Hastings, who had male for himself a brilliant record during the civil war, was married in the WVhite House at Washington. He and his bride went to Bermuda on their wed ding trip. and were so...

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. — 29 March 1907

ti YEARS IN BED Williams' Pink Pills Cured Stub. Rheumatism When Other Treatment Gave No Relief. R Williams' Pink Pills have been g the most stubborn cases of tism for nearly a generation t~ousands of grateful patients *e Rven testimony that cannot be Robert Odb*rt, a machinist, liv Si201 Cameron Street, Detroit, bad a very distressing experi 6 ith rheumatism for about two Jie makes the following state 10 "About the year IS7 I felt the of rheumatisml which gradually worse until I was compelled to wp work for a time. The years da ,'d I was conlined to my bed of the time. I ' as under doctors' eat but found no relief. My were swollen from the hips down. and red blot(ches appeared all ethem. Frequently they pained o that I had to bind, them tightly strips of linen. This sometimes 0gied the pain lbut at other times to do so. At times I had to 0 to my work, usinI two crutches. these spells I slffered gretatly spain around mY heart which Iat ed to the rheumatism. 't last my mother wrote m...

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. — 29 March 1907

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 secoud class matter. FEIDAY, MARCH 29. 1907. To insure publication all copy should be in our office by WeVidsday noon. D. Il. 1 .. I, ITOR. t 'I SCity Barber Shop, $ A. HEBERT, Prop. 4 iHot and Uoide 9 AE J. D. KI1fBALL, Blacksmithing ANI) Horseshoeing. "@ All IildIs of &epairing a Specialty. Sho) located (on) North Adams Street. PHONE NO. 7. rai 1e :al ,11 Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. The CGhurches. WEVL.FIH MI\I'TERs' ('oNF.ERI.:xIc. The Ministers' Conference was held at the ('c(cnregational churnl h Montda at It a. in., all the meniibers being present. No business of any. mo(enet was transacted. A piaper on " l'he Spiritual Unity of the (Churci" was read i, I ev.h' . IL T. Price, and dis culsed, to the thooulh . ·ujo)llent of all. l'la:s atie litn ml;ade by the Conference to 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. — 29 March 1907

.sTING ACCOUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. j W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., f S NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. * Wej ' Lodge s " 32 F. & A. M. Syee,,-lh Chsater, " o. 50, R. A. M. ge rWershI4 mmandryr o.10K.T. l h (ampuso. 1f, W. O. W. . d .Lod.ge, IK. of H. G. Gr• 0 0ATI LAND SURVEYS. I o. PARENT Civil Engineer1, DA ARESS, A. j LAKE CHARES. LA. A. B. CROSS, M. D. Ig1YSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE OPI'HIIt: DANIELS11:.' STORE. rge 'Phone 95. Residence 'Phone 125. WELSH, LA. KIMBALL'S LItORT ORDER HOUSE. ,North of 5. P. Depot. ktd Cold Lunch served at all hours. astesReasonable Service First-class Give me a call. WILLIE KIMBALL, Prop. JOHNSON & PHELPS, :FENTON LA. Pine, Cypress allnd Oak Lumn ber Sawed to Order. Prices Reasonnble. CALL ON OR WRITE US. SouthoernPacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. No.6 due ............... 8:40 a. m. No.10due ...............12:02 a. m. No.8 due .................. 1:17 a. m. No.4de ............. ... 3:55 p. m. WEST BOUND. No.5 due................. .. 3:14 p. in. No.9 due..........

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. — 29 March 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pubs WELSH, ......- LA. The Stages of Air Travel. Reports of the proposed thousand. idle vouage oif the Aero club from the .tlantic coast to the west indicate the !actor on which the ballooning of the ige falls down. It was proposed to royage to about the longit ue of Chica ro-if the wind would take the bal .oons in that direction. The wind did lot seem favorablie, and the ha!!oons lid not start. There is a limit to the pure balloon as a neains of travel. It s in the sa me; ' c(' pir ara, tive stage ias ;aose (a rl.v avina :ors who hadi ear:ied to :llp t ails (on hiir boats aind Ft the windtl it:w the :n along, but had ;. wait in po't until :he wind blew in the directioen they : \i hed to go. The :ombinration of li:II ,on and proIpeller in the earlier Santos DIumiont typ e, Lays the Pittshul g Inispatch, ropre tents an advance to the stage of those t navigators who co,:,.i ro;'gress across 3 side wind, anid lerhal's w',lk ahead slowly ...

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. — 29 March 1907

STORY OF PIRATE PLUNDER RECALLS DAYS OF LAFITTE SOME OF FREEBOOTER'S WEALTH RECOVERED Sp!eadid Gem Now Owned by Brownjville, Texas, At torney, Was Part of Accumulated Booty-Smugglers' Houses at Matamoros, Mexico, Still Stand in Magnificent Ruin. Gentleman Instrumental in Discovering Hiding Place of Part of Treasure Be lieves That Much of It Remains Securely Concealed an the Old Rendez vous of the Buccaneers Who Did So Much to Win the Great Victory Over the British at New Orleans-Mexican Government in the Way. ,yes, that gem is one of the finest I have evr sn, and its strange his- I tory, to nmi., adds very materially to itg Intrinsic' valuI." The sIpaki.r was Mr. Pierce. a prom ineat at'ti n' p, itruwis'lli]e, 'rex., as we sat ,on Ite br'oad veranda at his handsomell' ;., -de'lntc, smi:~ing our cigars, aft,"r !" :, l',sit retlarhable Jan uary dinn', , i i.:t ", +,-ov r satc n, writes Isaac Klin' ()M the iIenl was roast wild g os'.e '!ch hlid! ,hen shot as it flew ovor ' 1: 1,Io on...

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. — 29 March 1907

GREATEST MAGAZINE AND PA PER CLUB EVER OFFERED BY ANY PAPER. What a $1.25 Will Do. This paper ut quite an exlpease and a great deal of work has arranged a Club offer of Eleven well koan Pa pers and Magazines, including The Rice Belt Journal for only One I)ol lar And a Quarter. Realizing that we could largely increase our circuiation we entered into a contract to use the Papers and Magazines that compose this club. The Journal does not make a cent out of this otter, in fact %et lose, money, but by increasing our circt:li ation we can secure more advertising and also get a better rate for sam'e. No paper ever before made an o(tTer that equals ours. The combined vaine of the Eleven Papers at their regular subscription price is $6.o5 per year. The Papers and Magazines ,omb:ned contains 436 pages per month, or 5,232 pages per year. In the Club are two Weeklies,, one Semi-Monthly andl eight Monthlies, all well-known and the best of their kind. We are only able to make this offer for 'ITh...

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 April 1907

vyvtTME II. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, IOUISIANA, APRIL, 5, 1907. NUM SPRING AND SUMEIER, 1907. We are showing everything that's NEW. Latest creations in MEN'S SUITS, OUTING SUITS, RA COATS, Etc. New styles in Men's Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear. New Goods come in every Friday. SIGNIL COLOTI-IING STORE 8 J . S. GERSON, PROPRIETOR. WELSH, = LOUISIANA.l NEW SPRING GOODS Our Large Assortment of New Spring Goods is now ready for your inspection. i- ,We have a Fine Line of4- PERSIAN ORGANDIES, PACIFIC BIGE, ARNOLD SOLES APPLIQUE ý0: AND _ DRESS DUK and VHITE GOODS of all kinds. We have also a New and Complete Stock of LOW QUARTER SHOES of This Spring's Styles. "in' Come now and get your choice from a L'arge Stock of New Goods. g oe baeders il Low Prices. Martin Bros. & Co., WELSH, .* .* ." LA. oanroe Star: To represent the peo llin a legislative body is an im pad$m duty, and none should be I except those who possess the ty, not only to represent the but to reflect honor upon the his-. 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. — 5 April 1907

Best Violin Strings. The best strings for violins are of Italian make and are from the intes tines of sprng lambs, killed in Sep tember. The process of drying and bleaching of the woods and strings by the hot Italiha sein, rather than by the artificial method used in other countries, accounots in a great meas ure for the superior quality of both materials. This intense heat was also the reason for the slow distillation of the oils used by the Italian mak ers, which always remained at a high temperature, and the varnish, slowly soaking into the woods of the violins beneath the heat of those Italian sum mers, producied, in part, the mellow ness of tone that givets to a Cremona Instrument its v'aliu, after a lapse of 200 or more ,'ears.-March Circle. FURIOUS HUMOR ON CHILD. Itching, Bleeding Sores Covered Body -Nothing Helped Her-Cuticura Cures Her in Five Days. "After mny ar tntl,!aut'htetr of about sevn vt a; h;!;l l,.-an etred of the bile;,i«s,. iall, ti :, :1o d ~ ,u'it a forti i...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 April 1907

ABLE ASSISTANCE o-~ g man inll : ' aduw1 I Ihrose h' ' ., ad elabor: 1: t s to til : ; all that he . . ze ~ face qui '". -he It him. Ss e w.as s: a.. i. !n, ,y ice girl ,1 1 .:' i >,, think she :,1 of she is po0l' 1 . , :i. , ' . b ut be unn i ,' f:, look Iam I had h ,. ,,. .: tl s ~lb as she ha a ' lhrself - m-n r an .. .. r; ,'nn:' lent tgess hanPel)r l l n. Ilain. .'ed. "Why, utn,l ,! c(l, 11ul1 call ag womilan l -'sI'' as if he _glee short of whati he tmio ht ld, but she was ui10(l to it. at the way she has tr:eatedl poor peabody' she \l e nt .). inhlig "Any girl who, Iths a man i are for her anil th 1tn d(llib er hrows him over-- wll, I have dIwi of her:" gibls are not like you." said the a,withgeneral regret. "They 0nuld think it smart'" ,a't imagine a girl being like protested the young woman, -1ly sadness. "It seems so un . I should think it would just Cara, spoiling his life, you And, of course, she knew that for her in spite of what she young man swallowed hard. "Is a...

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 April 1907

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. FIUDAY, A:P'IY L 5. 190. To insure Publication sll cops 4houll be in our office by Weiwhtilc1l y nnitt. P. 1 . !F D, EITOR ;City Barber Shop, I A. HEBERT, Prop. Hot and Cold; BAH9 J. D. KII1BALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Ipairin it Slpecialtv. Shim) I,,cated ,,n N orth .\damsI Striett. PHONE NO.7. Tn WS el is r, 111q anl Sale Stables Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. (GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Busy Medicine for Busy hople. Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipation. Indithntin. Liver qnid Kidney troubles. Pi'nl'. IE/ m Imtre Blvool, Bad Breath. Siuz%:-h I; :, .. and L3naceahe. Its locky M- iI. let form , '. : s :. i : ' ...s FOLLIusEK 1)I. t; 0')M!' ,NY 1.. GOLDEN NUGGE'S F3ORi ;EOPLE The lvurchees.. were -imtltr I...

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 April 1907

IO TIG ACCOUTANT. COLLECTIONS. W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., j NOTARY PUBLIC. i Welsh, La. Welsh Lo :,~, F. A A. M. r O Welsh (Chl pter, Yo. 0o, R. A. M. I dr "-Wet i 'o4mrmandry xo..10 K.T. 8 Sl d Lo o, . of . ýý"nd 0000 •"0 a*N LAND SSURVEYS. . E. PARENT Civil Enineer , DI)RESS LAKE CHARES, LA. A. B. CROSS, M. D. phYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE OP'poSI'I'F LANIELS' STORE. Office 'Phone 95. Residence 'Phone 125. WELSH, LA. JOHNSON & PIHELPS, FENTON LA. Pine, Cypress and Oak Lum ber Sawed to Order. Prices Reasonable. CALL ON OR WRITE US. Southern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. 6 due ... ...... 8:40 a. in. No. 10due ................12:02 a. m. No. 8 due............. 1:17 a. m. No. 4 due............... 3:5 p. m. WEST BOUND. No. 5 due........ ...... 3:14 p. m. No. 9 due............ ..... 6:2- p. m. No .7 due.................. 4:19 a. min No. 3 due .... ....... 9:04 a. in. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. .T. F. TUBBus, Agent. Nutriline at Jones Bros. O. Fulton...

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 April 1907

i THE RICE BELT JOURNAL i WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pubs. WELSIH, - - - - - - LA. weiTht on 1:; .. iI,,. li' Ihiei jl oy a lizhtt,,v x't . ýý th ey Si ,,' . ,lt" l+J, l.:: . are' ,1v.' atl) lit t  U U : '' the L .rd, - . y. 1)i virne v us , "; ? ,,. fly_ :i : ,,.. 1: 5 ',_:i, , l \ proxy':. So TIt;V !/ i n , , hiv, . w-r:a shitl of 1t[, Il a lii !, [ ' l: . ;!i? W',y, the t 1,:,;- is a i'ng . to te a mere fad. The czar ul I l,-; 1 .Is he iF sat isfied w ith 1, I. O , .L: iUa, bilt. re marks the m)lalt . It!,. the ]]ilma is far front sati lip d al i f the czar. If any iu,' W atships are sent to Central $ U.lit a, the crowd of spec tators wic wll inl" be ,or than the combined arLiz s ofm the belligerents. A committle of the r<,ichstag has Voted to raisn the salary of the Ger rman ambassador at Washington to $30,000, but ieven if this is done "Specky" will still be $20.000 behind "Jimmy." Mme. Liza Lehman, the composer, is a granddaughter of the late Rob ert Chambers of Edinburgh, ...

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 April 1907

ABIMELECH TUiE BLOODY A STORY OF TIIE PERIOD OF THE JUDGES IN ISRAEL By the "lhghway and Byway" Preacher Scrilpture Txt: - Judges, chap ter 9. d" SERMONETTE. In !his story of Abimelech we have a striking illustration of + the evils resultant from the : j polygamous marriage practices .;. + which had grown up in Israel through the contaminating in- . fluences of the heathen nations : Sabout. " '1 Envy, jealousy, hatred found + rich soil in which to grow, and + + the awful crime which the vil- . 4 lain of our story committed is ° but the natural fruitage of such 4 seed, It was but natural that V g the sons of different mothers + should be a" variance with one 4 another: especially so with Ab Simelecn. who was evidently . . looked down upon and despised .; + by the other 70 sons whose + mothers walked in a higher so- . + cial and moral sphere than did the mother of the former. 1. + How much of the evil of the + + world enters through the door ' + of the home. If it atmosphere $ + is no...

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 April 1907

GREATEST MAGAZINE AND PA PER CLUB EVER OFFERED BY ANY PAPER. What a $1.25 Will Do. This paper at quite an expense and a great deal of work has arranged a Club offer of IEleven well knon n Pa pers and Magazines, including The Rice Belt Journal for only One Dol lar And a Quarter. lcealizinc that we could largely increase our circulation we entered into a contract to use the Papers and Magazines that compose this club. The Journal does not make a cent out of this offer, in fact we lose money, but by increasina g our circula ation we can secure more advertising and also get a better rate for samte. No paier ecer iore mnIade I n ofifer that equals o(urs. The combined value of the Eleven Papers at their regular subscription price is $6.5 per year. The I'apers and Magazines combined contains 436 plaes per month, or 5,232 paige's per year. nl the Clubl are two Weeklies., one Semi-Monthly and eight M)t,thlies. al well -known and the best of their kind. We are only able to make this offer for...

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 April 1907

S0LUý1E 'l. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, APRIL 12, 1907. SPRING AND SUMNIER, 1907. We are showing everything that's NEW. Latest creations in MEN'S SUITS, OUTING SUITS, RAIN COATS, Etc. New styles in Men's Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear. New Goods come in every Friday. SIG-N.A~L CLOTh~ING STORE, 8 J. S. GERSON, PROPRIETOR. 8 WELSH, : : : - LOUISIANA. 8 llloo nnn+oooooooooooooooooooolooo NEW SPRING GOODS Our Large Assortment of New Spring Goods is now ready for your inspection. .-._We have a Fine Line of-~. PERSIAN ORGANDIES, PACIFIC BIGE, ARNOLD SOLES APPLIQUE 00AND W DRESS DUCK and WHITE GOODS of all kinds. We have also a New and Complete Stock of LOW QUARTER SHOES of This Spring's Styles. Come now and get your choice from a Large Stock of New Goods. oe are LaoFors in Lbow Prices. Martin Bros. & Co., WELSH, . . LA. -* RICE FARMERS Can Obtain Advances of CASH, FEED and SUPPLIES, Including RICE SACKS and BINDER TWINE ('all on or rddress Peoples' Independent Rice Mill Co. Ltd.,...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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