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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 May 1907

A TALE or TrE OLD WE ST SiYl RR LEON WILSON 'l SPON RS CHAPTER IV.-Continued. "llo did not tamlper, hI' has never 1 (night to( h' was all kinltln'Oss. She stopped, her hor ulpper lip hi( tlldt' its ill(.ullll( )ll , iilale ita )ris otne. Shite' Ilushled ititluusly under 111(th ' .1ud,('I 1 Ilaz e of his 'y('l(s. [ St it's t ill. wiha Setlh Wright i hinted at? To think :hat \(t, of all 1 peol)leh- niy swei rl (c t . lone (Ver-- w'on o tvr by a 'clllursi iol tcrtat.- a i fiend with the I (lt l blood illl irpople 'et' on his hands! listlen, 'rulce; Itm goingl into the destrt. i ' 'Even th l igh youl he' ie to stay, yin ttlist htavi known 1 --perhaps \ou holtd i-that I would I go. 'lThere arte many treasons why 1 must. For otte. thO'e are ti1 lpoor' hunted wretclhes over there on the river bank. sick, cold, wet, starving, hut endring it all to the death fo; their faith' in Joseph Smith. 'T'hey could have kept ltheir comfortableh bonies here and their substance, sin I "ily by renouncin...

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. — 17 May 1907

-CH ON STRIKE ESSFUL TONIC TREATMENT FOR INDIGESTION. Willia.ns' Pink Pills Cured This n and Have Cured Many .'nreds of Other Cases of "- Common Ailments S" f appet"e, coated tongue, bad tie mouth, heavy dull headache dU, sluggish feeling -these are - m of Stomac'h trouble. They , at the stomach is on a strike;  s no longer furnishing to the full quota of nourishment thab deniau(ds, hence every organ ire two methods of treatment, one by which the stomach is by the use of pIredigested foods 18ial fermenlts, and the new one 'the st4omnach is toned up to do which nat tue intended of it. cureO th tohnic treatment is SMr. 1Mary Stackpole, of 81 tr t, Lowell, Mass. She says: $ffered conLstantly for years from i'h trouble and terrible backaches . contilued to my bed the greater o three vel"rs. I was under the 00four family physician most of the but did not seetm to got better. ew completely run.-down and was td to do my work about the houso. 0good was impure and my complex. pa. I sutfl',...

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. — 17 May 1907

The Rice Belt Journal Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCI Entered at tile postoflice at Welsh, La., a second class matter. FIIDAY, 1.AY 17 190,. To in'ure rtbhliaottin all copy should be i our ollice by \VWel Iday noo11. j Cit Barber Shop, yi. HEBERT, Prop. SHot and Cold J. D. KIIMIBALL, Blacksmithing .A N T) Horseshoeing. All liblti rf J e ,aiir e a S t iRllr ity, Shop loicated on North .\dlbo s strte t. Rigs of All kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Busy Mediciae for Busy -LoDle, Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipation. IndigoEtion. Liver end Kidney troubles. Pimlle. Eczema. Impure Blood. Bad Breath, Slcuizi-h IHow'.: I!T.;.atdah and Backache. Its Rocky Mountrir; '-':t in tab let form, 35 cents a box. Genune madte by HOLLI.T1rE DRouM CoMIPANY. ". "-,)1a.' Vis. COLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE Iowa Items. (;arlantd Hayes was a business vis ...

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. — 17 May 1907

SCONSULTING ACCOUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. iW. P. RUSSELL, Jr.,: f NOTARY PUBLIC. * Welsh, La. Bee. Welsh Ledge No. 232 F. & A. M. * ec, lh Chapter, No. ,O, R. A. M. " rder l T Commandry so. 0 K.T. S rk Wlh Canip, No. 176, W. 0. W. g 0. Graul Lodge, K. of H. *- * T. H. MANDELL CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Succ.(o-sor to A. E1. Parent. irrigation, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. ('hlaxi lllit' luilding, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA. A. B. CROSS, M. D. pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFI'' I" >-iio i lDANI l'' MTORIE. Office 'Phone 95. Residence 'Phone 125. WELSH, LA. outier'lnt acille l'Time Carl. EA STI' IOUNNO. 8:4i0) a. m. No. ri due :..... 1 :02 a. m. No. lOdue 1 a.m No. due ........... ..... a. m. No. 4 due ................. .:H; p. m . WEST ºHOUND. No. 5 due .. .............. 3:14 p. m. No. 9 due... 6:25 p. im. No.7 due.................. 4:19 a. m No. 3 due.............04 . m Nos. " and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. .1. F. TUBBS, Agent. Rice Bran at Junts Bros. F...

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. — 17 May 1907

ITHE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pnabs WELSH, - - - - - - LA. It Agricultural Prosperity. t. Sigi, nuiltipl,'y jiiintint1i to ano)ther iI fear of agricultlirat lprosperity. From: r; every di retitiou ctotlne I'reports tha;t the $ hardier gu ains and fruits are doing well, and in the wincer wheat region; the pros.pects a;e particullarlty hcheer I Ing. The Now Yet k T'riunt has tad arteful iuiquiry' in lihe gr,'.t a il'I l- O It d t'ing state. and ;uuounces r;.lil tS that i "thile y 'ar 's wheat tcrp will et a bumpet r one, ,espir'el re'ports of bugs 11 and drouth;" that Katioss;i. the fore-' most wheat grto ing state, has the Iargest willnter wheat acreage ever planted, with the growing grain classi. fled at 100, or perfct condition; that Iowa is planning for the greatest har. \ ',est ever gatherteil there; that in Ne- Ii as";ika the' condition of winter wheat ` Sli , h, whlii lI' inntuesot and Soutth Da- ft ti i seoin eol 1 orrof hig yields, with .ncreasl nit eagard...

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. — 17 May 1907

dam 4c FARMES' I CO-OPERATIVE I ONION. i that is the (ti' ,t e:-ats 11) the b eadl and clro;l ~ f tib polr man. That life is wtell spnit which has blessed , hter lives ial1t has ml ade tltn be bts itr trtilhi its (i'iilt('t. if y(i ,n t tI h, lnachifnery and W'agon-nlal¢'l'r to hI) Ie p itlls , l;ve eta ur" ' lago)l anid o(ith "l toolt an: d ii( pl(e n iefliS Out ii in \ at her.' "Lifo i lc fri'- lit. 11 'tel. And the grat ;" not the goal." When yOil hook 'li1 with the IMortgage', You s li the bdlie ;aid the soiti. There is I1n tille' no(tvaida s, if there ever was. for the drtearinr. This is the day when ienn do ronltrhing. Ylou must do sornerthing, or the sonmethings will do y)'. Now thai that ('olton is cominl oin all right, it is a good tite to see that the warehtllsf" is growing large enough to hold a.ll of the crop, if nec essary. Tenness, e started with a State Union about one year ago. At that time there were 1530 10o,.i l'Unions; now there are over :5(. T "il;s is from the ...

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. — 17 May 1907

Painting and Paper Hanging. I am again in the Painting Business and have associated with me, flat. Evans, an ex pert workman of twenty years experience in the best shops in the North. We are pre pared to do nothing but First-class Work. Buggy and Carriage \ork a Specialty. Estimates Furnished Free. g100. Will Make You a Book- .100. - --.. keeper or Stenographer at " : Walden's Business College, Lake Charles, La. It Pays for Board, Tuition and Stationery. Think of it' A full busines shorthand or Elnglish course, every. thing furnished for only 1M)O 4+ weeks with us is equal to 12 weeks elsewhere Every graduate + placed in a position. Z lIn equipnent, course of study, thorough work and the success of our * pupils we stand at the head. Summer Term Opens Monday, April 29 * Write for reduced rates and Free Home Study course in Penmanship. it. L. WALI)EN, President. I ATTENTION FARMERS ! soft We have a Full Stock of  Leather, Rubber and Genuine k Gandy Belting, Lace Leather, ._ Tools a...

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. — 24 May 1907

ULU31E .II. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, 1MAY 24, 1907. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES We have received this week from New York City, absolutely the Finest Line ever brought to this parish II I j CI~1 A Cordial Invitation is Extended to the Ladies of this vicinity, to call 1 1 . and inspect these Elegant Embroideries at your earliest convenience. SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, 8 W "ELS r, Lo  Sr .. .O 000x0xoo00000 ooooo00000000 0000000000000000xx0o000 4000"08 Things Tihait Are At Isile. may be a~ll iht hboit that two ailroad fare four or tlve years but the \ot,f of Louisiana will to know hov the candideates stand al day law, !-:'lihibion antd kin '': question,. TlhiH thing of candi. dates for state and parish offices go ing about with flasks of whiskey in their coat tails, and making their headquarters in grog shops, is going to be looked into and the man belong ing to that crowd is likely to be a long ways behind when the votes are counted.--Colfax Chronicle. ~ New Goods Every Day -r...

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. — 24 May 1907

jI, A TALE OF THE OLD WEST AUThOR or C.Y HilAIRY LIONIIO WILSON ,Tlc ,siDFRLD Li)-w r J U l iL/t P av CVIPA CHAPTER V.-Continued. When they were all on with their meager belongings, he called again to the man in the wagon. "lBrother Keaton, my father went across, did he'?" Several of the men on shore an swered him. "Yes" - "Old white-whiskered death's-head went over the river" "Over here"--"A sassy old codger he was"-"He got his needings, too"- "'Got his needings-" They cast off the line and the oars I began to dip. The confusion of landing and the preparations for an immediate start drove for the time all other thoughts from his mind. It had been deter mined to get the little band at once 1 out of the marshy spot where the camp had been made. The teams were 4 soon hitched, the wagons loaded, and the train ready to move. He sur veyed it, a hundred poor wagons, many of them without cover, loaded to the full with such nondescript belongings as a house-dwelling people, suddenly put out...

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. — 24 May 1907

he- Apt Pupit. philantl-rt ic&al Fifth avenue wab visiting a lower East Side .eabo~. To ,.St the aptness articuliiall infl' i.ut cl(ster of ge took the c; iss in hand to On them. eldren whi' is the greatest of - ues?" one answOod. k a liitt. \\.hat is it I am do .i .en I give u!i tiul: and pleasure ten down anong you for your good.?" S.grimy fist went up. Well, what am I doing, little boy?" "-ttin' "--Life P'fness Cannot BSe Cured nlcsiatlun, as t.wy cannot reach the dii* ,of the ear. '['ire I nmly oel way to S - And that i s by c',r t!utlllonal reinedlel. causn:ed by sn In:l ind cidlttion of the o t:ie E:iSta itn Tube. When this a.med you have a riumlling sound or tin. Ul-Pgndl whi n it Is e:ltirely closed, Deaf. "resultan un:e ite Illt u imatloncan be b th s tube rnt,,red to l:r nl rmal condi. - l- w :I be d,,-:r t d forever; nine cases 5ec. cre u-ed h at -rlh. which Is nothing jmed c nudi i , fv the muc8us surfaces glee on" I Hi II I t'! DItlrs for any case of (caused Iy...

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. — 24 May 1907

Union Gospel Meetings, June 2 to - -- -- -i.~., _ The Rice Belt Journal. P'ublished Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, .td. ONE I)DOLLAR YEA IN ADVANCE. Ent rv"1 at tl i at W La., as o ,ur ýtr h1 tti,, 1 I' n;: royIi. u11i~l City Barber Shop, y .:. HEBERT, Prop. 9 - - o 1 1 EACKS J. D. KJl-lBALL, Blacksmithing A ND Horseshoeing. 0@ All Kinds of lIepairin z a Spel ialty. Shol) located on North \Adam Street. PHONE NO. 7. The W1l4 li,7r, r ee and oale SAbles Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. OIV6 ME A CALL, CHAS. DAUTEL. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A BJsy Medicine for Busy Fnie, Brings Golden Health an, Pe.ew d Vigor. A specitle for Censtiopntiu. Tnl:p 1I; n:. Liver ind Kidney troubles. PituliJ i.. n:. I pnlure:, BlelM . Bad Breath, ., - 1 i' .< h and Bac',,:he. I, V:o,.; J . M ,h let lf)rr . r 1, r ., bo\ b FOLLIS''L1t I)1:'G i" . :: GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE I The Gthurches. Rev. !. .M. ('RAIN, Editor. THE MEETIN' S .\;.\IN. 'T'here is no reaso...

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. — 24 May 1907

ConswtITIN 4ACCOLNTT COLLECTIONS. W. P. RUSSELL, Jr.,: j1 NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. ebsc I .11ei e so. 32 F. & A. M. We,' h ('l aptcr, No. 30, 1. A. BM. 'order" ',, ~ '' nmanlry so. IOK.T. Clerkelh rmp, 'o. 176, 7W. O. W. i . G.G radIl L,,e, K. of H. - <**o*oooooooooo ooooooooo ' T. I. MANDELL " IYIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR SucceLs t,, .\A. 1K. Parent. jrrigation. Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. (1h1AKE Cli, IES, I SiiIANA.i ' LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.' B.\ST HOUND. No. (i due ................. 8:40 a. m . No. O10du(. .................1 :0" a. nm . No. 8 (hut'................... 1:1 a. m. No. 4 d Lie .......... .. 3 :.55 p. in. W\ ES I HOUND. NO.5 d y .. ................ 3:14 p. In. No. 9 due.. .... 6:25 p. nm. No. due .................. 4:19 a. m No. 3 due .. 9:04 a. nm. Nos." Iand < night trains. Phone 34 for further information. .1. F. TunIis, AzAent. Rice Bran at Jones Bros. More clothinii at D)aniels, the nob biest vet. Big lot of new Leather Post Cards, at the Jo...

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. — 24 May 1907

THE RICE ELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pubs WELSI1, - - - - - - LA. The H:u:nL to the Land. The riotine .:: 1 :: . with ,which the civil \:a , -:a: .ast : i:,nth. rew' out of the . _; , of the peii 1t1:iltY for control f h ianl. ita s tr u le'2 situ ilar to that nowv in p: ,:s in Rlussia and Ireland. I'n:il 1" the peasants of Roumania were s: ,f. The lanld was owned I.:- :e( c(hurch. the 111tonas teries and t1: , utblmen. The peas ants cultiva\ - l it, and paid a tithe of the pey : d ' thie I ictOis. They also oad aa;ing and fuel ijhts in the 's: .1: anld tfWr :ts of the, ")roprietor::. Wh n, in I I, the law was passl d for the elancil ation of the serf:; b., the dist ihution of the land amongo thl:n. the fuel and grazing rights werc, ti- , gished, and the peas ants, although each household re ceived title to from seven to lifteen acres on easy terms of paylment, had to continue tlo work for the old pro prietors to get 1n11,y to pay for their fuel. They were soon at the m...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 May 1907

INTERVIEW WITH ORCHARD ATTORNEYS ARGUE PROBABLE WEIGHT OF ORCHARD'S TALK. THER DISCUSSED NEW JURY LAW Fifteen Challenges to Be Exhausted and Thirty-four Talesmen of the Special Venire Still Remain. Poise. Ida . May --Judge' Fremont Wood,(. \v1 i ii lres(iding at the Steu nenii,'rg Iii ,urd r trial, directed the prosecutine alttornoy tof Ada county to make an in .t igation of the circunm staince unde'r whic(h Harry Orchard was intervic  :l for publication, and take any l- .ial st leps that his inquiry showed Tr I warranted. Judge \Wood drew aitt ntion to the publication of the interý\iws lwhen he ascended the bench Friday morning, and his request of colltinsl for advice as to the man ner in which the court should deal with the incident brought from the de Tense the charge that Gov. Gooding and certain newspapers, moved by the disclosure that there exists prejudice against Harry Orchard, had sought to influence the jury by an attempt to bolster up the credence that may be given to ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 May 1907

15O. 6:36o. Rleport ot the Condition of The First National Bank at Welsh, in the State of Louisiana, at the close ot business May '20, 11507. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts - - 0 - 9,971 90 Ov.rduratts secured and unsecured :2.1 "2 U. a. Bonds to secure circulation 6,250 00 Freunmll oni U. S. . ond.. - - - is, 0 lauikinig house, furniture, i'.tures I2,000 00 )ue toln N atilonal Banks not reserve agents) .-. .- . . . . . . . 13,073 J2 D)ue i out State lianks and I'anltrs 2,4i12 8 Due from approved reserve agents 6,1033 7 C,.ecus at O hllel ca.il teni - - 1:, t ltl Notes of other National Buflks - 270o 00 Fractional paper currency, uiickels and cents ......... 40 81 Lawmullinullen reserve Ill bink, viZ: Stecie ..- ....---- - 70 Legal tenllder lote - - ,,, 0 00 1:13,4 N 70 liel iptilotl fllld with I'. . treal urer :I per ecit of ctrtlatioui - . . 312 : 0 Tlotal -. . .- - 1. l5,, 12 I0 IA. I.IT'ILS. Capital stock paid in - - - - --'-- 5 t00 00 L'ldi'ided profits, Ihts texleii es a...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 31 May 1907

UoL31 VII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, MAY .31, 1907. N' R :, 000 o00000000000000001ooooooo 0000o 0oocoooc ooo LACES AND EMBROIDERIES We have received this week from New York City, absolutely the Finest Line ever brought to this parish g ad A Cordial Invitation is Extended to the Ladies of this vicinity, to call D and inspect these Elegant Embroideries at your earliest convenience. 1 1 SIGNA.L CLOTHIING STORE, 8  O0 OOO00o 0000 ýX004X000000000000000000 00 0000000 00x 0x 00 xxxx0 New Goods Every Day .__,AT-" N MARTIN BROTHERS. We are receiving New Goods every day and our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's SHOES AND LOW QUARTERS Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of LADIES' HATS Just from New York. Sty1es 3 ight -- Prices Right A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson flats direct from Philadelphia. We can make you te price right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Complete. Our Grocery Department handles only the BEST. S.Martin Bros. & Co., :.LEADERS IN LOW P...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 31 May 1907

THE LOR .1 A TALE OF TIHE OLD WEST V HIIARY LEON WILSON N AUPoDS CQP)' RGNT 9.  Y ,/-/, 4O° ,/L ,, n/NG CL':/"Y'y CHAPTER VII.-Continued. The other who had not laughed was Brigham himself. For to this great man had been given the gift to look upon men and to know in one slow sweep of his wonderful eyes all their strength and all their weakness. He had listened with close attention to the remarkable plan suggested by this fiery young zealot, and he studied himi now with a gaze that was kind. 'A no ticeable result of this attitude of Brigham's was that those who had laughed became more or less awkward ly silent, while the Entablature of Truth, in the midst of his pantomime, froze into amazement. "W'd better consider that a little." said Brigham, finally. "You can talk it over with me to-night. But first you go get your stuff unloaded and get kind of settled. There's a cabin just beyond my two up the street here that you can move into." He put his large hand kindly on the other's sho...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 31 May 1907

otahm n lAte reed With Me. ms. -NORA BODENHAMER. ,r Lenora P olenbamer, R. F. D. I. 9e, Kerner, ,i ,, N. C.. 1'rites: [lsaffere I ý it h stomach troubleanI _tiol fr. fi,, t ne, an: d nothing lIalate asr,, 1 Vth u,,. wasvtr\ grypas and | ex 'rienced a continie in o'of aneatsiness and fear. I tol .edicine fromtu tim ductor, but it did nimo ,Ifo1d 11n ,nl, of your Perona books I description of imy sIymiptoms. I then I teto Dr. II:rtinanl for advice, lie il I had ca'atrrh of the ,tonach. I , kPer una anr Manalin and followed *sdirec:i"io 01d can n"w say that I -las wel as I evcr did. Slll " "Ihope that ail \h,, are afflictedwith game syIlpt. aIs " 1ill tahke ll'eruna, as Shas certainly cured nime." eheabove is on ,it of hundreds who -e written sini ar ]ettetrs to Dr. tn. u1nt ..nl such case as this ~tles Perun:t t ti the cainid (onsider Sof every\ ,ni' similarly alllicted(. If sbe true ,rI" testimiony of one per 'awhat oulrht to ie the testimony of dreds. yes til-ii nds. of honest...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 31 May 1907

Union Gospel Meetings, June 2 to 6 The Rice Belt Journal. Published E!very Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLL AR i YA:, t IN I l .V.DNCE. Ellnte.r,+l :,t :!i. ,.t, ili,. at W elsh. lla.. ec' 0 I ' 1< 1 mltter" To'i Ill·:ilr " '.ltl it iii alX l t'ill)!. ,)10111 1-1 It inL " t" Barber Shop " ".!OEIBET, Prop. ; H1 and .old : 90~rr s ()6º 6 4ºi+ J. D. Ki ilBALL, Blacksmithing A N D) Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Lr,pa irt;in a Sipecialty. Shou located on North \dalnis Street. ( Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Busy Medicine fcr Busy FLople, Brings Goldeo Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipation. 1nd1estion. Liher and Kidney troubles. Pimples. Ecziema. Impure Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels. HIadact;: and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain 'I'Ta in tab let form. :35 cents a box. (0 iou e :iNle by HOLLIST'BR DIRUG COMP.\NY, .disuu, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE The church...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 31 May 1907

L ACCOLVCTA'T. COLLECTIONS. VP. P.RUSSELL, Jr., - NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. _ _,tb Lodge ~ so 2' F. , A. 3. Wels h Chapter, , . . A. 31 r Welsh Corni nry t o. o10 K.T. RWlsh Camsp ~ 'o. 17, W. O. W. I o hran Lo ° °°e , W I. I 0. 1 .**_ _ jIT. IE MANDELL }ENGINEER and SURVEYOR S Succesr,1' :' \' .,:. m'ren t. tion, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. ChavaI,,1w' l, IildiIng?, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.U ,pouthernl I' ic il i ' ile c(arl. S. due ,. £:40 a. t.. .1 l due ... ..... .... 1 :0 a. ii. ue ] -, : a. in Sdue .. 1.-:5 t . 'I . i 8 due .............. .. p. n. due............. 3:55 . in W i.:-T BOUND. 5 due................. 3:14 p. in. i ue ... 9:04 a. m. Nos. 7 and S night trains. pone 34 for further information. .1. F. TUBBS, Agent. Rice Bran at Jones Bros. Ed. Schartff went to New Orleans on L . gnioess Sunday. L (More clothing at Daniels, the nob. iut vet. B. E. Mledus was a business visitor tl Jsaennings Wednesday. r The, 1Model Grocery has the best o n ';rytbing to eat...

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