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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 31 May 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., PaUb WELSH, - - - -- - - LA. Medical Education. The changes of the past 25 years In medical education have been noth ing short of a revolution, and yet at a conference of medical educators in Chicago it was stated by one delegate that three-fourths of the graduates were unfit to practice medicine. The 1 condition of medical education in this S'intry 30 years ago was almost be yond belief. There were medical col- 1 leges In Chicago that graduated two I classes a year. In a single town in northern Illinois nine nmn were prac- i ticing medicine, of vhomln two had di plomas and the rest were druggists, F ex-hospital stewards front the army t and men who had taken one course of lectures. Th1'e inm diate result of the I enactment of the medlcal practice act was the departure of 1.10o practition- C ers from the- state, some of whom com pleted their medical stludies, but most of then: practiedet where there was i not so nmuch law. At a conferenc...

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. — 31 May 1907

iLOUISIANA NEWS. Lake Charles Boy Disappeared. SLake Charks, lta.: Mrs. C. P. Car lin has asked the aid or the police in locating her son, Vatia D)aniel, aged 9, who disappeared from home Sun day afternoon. Crops Badly Damaged and Delayed. \ew Iberia. la.: l'lie past week has been favoralle to crolps. Good weather . prevailed until Thulirsday, when a two inch train fell, stolppling the work. previous to that everything in the shape of labor was emnlloyed, every plow, cultivator "r hoe that could be used was fully utilized d atl a large portion of the crop was gone over. Sugar cane has not suffered to any great extent by the wet weather, fll'r tber than to b,nioe quite grassy, which has in a nteasure been overcome by the few days of sunshine. Cotton has had a hard time: in many instances it will have to be re planted the thlid time, as the flooded condition of the fields and low temper ature rotted the seed. Golden Ranch Suit Decided. Thibodeaux. La.: The celebrated case of \ . 11....

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. — 31 May 1907

Mayor's Court Busy .londay Morning. Business looked up lively in the, mayor's court Monday morning, as a e result of which the city treasury is the the gainer to the extent of $48.to. Edward Louviere plead guilty to fighting and lan was fined $5. Alec Lognion on the an same charge, caught $3. Alec Chre- 1s chon, a thoroughbred black, was found 2n guilty of rolling the bones for coin of 3ri the realm on Sunday morning and was 4t1 separated from a ten spot. Hfe was 5tl followed in qui< k succession by Alciue fitl Vital, Winm. Curtis and Walter C'hro mier, each of whom were charged with the same offense. All three plead no,t guilty and were promptlv found tuilty I e' as charged, upon the evitlentce of two 0 witnesses. 'I'hev were assessed ten each, or ten days. F'o'tunately for thewl and the iity, each was able to "dig iup the rocks," so are now at liberty. -- --o- - Welsh Ball Team Beat loua Regulars. 1 Tho Welsh ball team carriedi tff the honors of the day in a hotil contested ...

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 June 1907

VLD lb pennsy OLUME VIII. ,1,, \g \q' WELSH, CA Makes SPenns lmrt, tha us ma Lena LACES AN em an ove th al We!have received this week from New Yo very h reth L A D IE S A Cordial Invitation gar land inspect these EF hSoice fr ree to a hot LIGNL&IJL C CALCASIEU CHAUTA t ..LA., JUNE 1 New Goods Every Day Ir.o ... Fourteen Days of an aAT cluding Addresse rogg an 1MARTIN BROTHERS. oft .M A w ,il be Fr,. itors at Cost of $ We are receiving New Goods every day and season' our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Perhaps one of events ever held i gin in Lake Charl O E Senterprising citize . aorganized what is AChautauqua Ass 1contracted with le entertainers and 1L L W4TE Rson of fourteen day will have as Bob Taylor with hi is New and Complete. next day Miss Chap song recital and in t W h e Fn L f ville Fowers will i We have a Fine Line of characters in his rend Christman Carrol. LADIES' HATS without doubt one of t " 4H personaters in the count :Just.from New York. day by day will he...

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 June 1907

I 'AB'.E CROP. , Don't Use "Practically ·g Ahead of Cotton i " . Pure" White Lead criia. *( ,, i; no t. r pin: t tlat is atSa1 en.i:W, ht: ,t .t t !.er:l W I Pure T'h, is no r, Pure WVhlite L.1d, p.! . aiat th . halln .l e ;p t CoPDys t It' 7: hy I:v-n Willams. h4avi. ' 4: .: :.: ; , 'r!. " il:,' h 4! :! ' A Petition. Pure White Lead dirabitv., -ee to Th1' c l!r , I" Ah. I tl b ,k . ,i r wn ,of gold; it that ever ,', , t. ," I . Boy shli t c hY r l'r, I I r, h of green tr tde l l k- a tu t1ir 'te \1 A" r. IO - ' :th'. "';"- f,' . .L ! tc: t, r,' ...ar ' ,:' Pure W hite Lead M r ii , ii v . , Il , It:n i " ,s n' a e v th e ( . i iu t I'r , e . lg of I;inll ':ii l l t ' I s ts l u "hole," • r:nrs will hv. ' ,,u SEND FOR BOOK ssidply i" s . n ro "A Talk on I'ai't." gives valuable 3 lre-o s-nt; in , , , 1 , n r in r,,rn ot4 n,1 the paint ubject. Sent • mIS ll iibi i . " ... . ... free upon reque -t. e h re hlnl hI nr ' I, ATI(iNAL LEAD COMPAN)( l i t iii W iti il .,. ,il s th" e 1Jay, ...

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 June 1907

ACCOUNTANT. COLLECTIONS. , P. RUSSELL, Jr., : NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. " I~yh Lodge so 232 F. . A . 0". W.l bCha4ter .No. ;o, I. A. M1. " Weinh 'omtr.andry so.10 K.T. 0 hC :amp, :,o. 17, W. W. I i and Lodge, K. of H. " *1. H. MANDELL IIGINEER and SURVEYOR UcceSsor to A. E. Parent. Ion, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. havanne Building, E CHARLES, LOUISIANA.O a thern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. ue.................. S:40 a. m . ue..... ........... 1..:02 a. m . Cl dlue........ .......... 1:17 a. m . ue............ ...... :5 p. m . WEST BOUND. due.................. 3:14 p. m . ue............ ..... 6:25 p. m. o ue ............. 4:19 a. in fr e .... ... . ...... 9:04 a. m . hi os. 7 and S night trains. 34 for further information. .J. F. TUBBS, Agent. S P Bran at Jones Bros. of sugar for $1 at the Model D. R. Read suent Friday in at n of apples for 10c at the k rocery. okel was a business visitor im Saturday. Daniels was a business visit- Tt tags Monday. , in f new Leather Post ...

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 June 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. OO., Ltd., Pubs WELSH, - - - - - - LA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE On Thursday and Frilacy tlen ordlrs were received at -armirs Union headquarters for warllt,',-a ,s. George Sto(ph(ens".io, a :.i 21 years, was dr(iwne(ld FltLIa; rai ttirnoon at \Voth while bathinri i lhi, overflow water from Pine Island I:at ou. Three persons w«"(re kill(d by as phyxiation and auot her \ as over come in a La , toen ; Via ite Ir(;llingill -nouse in St. Louis Fr'lllay. New York saw its biLst annal work Ihorse parada( Thlu.rl;ia ai,(l liil.,d it. The affair was a jinn :nitd t1:t((.ss. There were I ii r i :1,- lint:, di, ,tributed in forty-s,,. c;i,-s(ts. Again the Gou( ll ,tii:\ is to le air ed through thei c(uiits o ait(.ilti of 'the divorce suit a.tinstl ;hor e G;itll by his wife, formni.l2y .lis, lNathcrinu Clemmons. Salary advances .traglinag tin per cent all arounilld haIe I,ten gr anted by the Burlington Hlialwa s'. .t( in to em ployes over the eitdi;t .,-:,mn. ...

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 June 1907

SONS O0 TEi LORD A TALE Of THE OLD WEST c i AR llY LEON WILSONtiLAU I,, CHAPTER IX.--Continued. $. Ie look, d ,t itil ca'lilI cc'rttinty to observe in hxr lt mann,'' the Lord had  consented to an8swir his petition. Hie saw that !I' -:n:It hal veered and, even as h, ," k dI. lai:'i' drops of rain " came po ;l''. 8 !niLs" Ially upon his wagon-Cox l' itn froniit of thein a long, low 1:'i' I, ,;n, \was crawliing to the nIO!. \V i! alioVe it luri'., clouds of s" '' tli,'i away frotm them. In ; I ." ill l'11t th full force of i:', -l ,',r ,1 as upon theni from a sk ; t ! a:ll hour hf't'ore had been a.I:; oft to th,2 right scumi i: i 8 ns, their fhath - my figure fi " ro the hacks of their ! i i s. Ills heart swelled : , lili;. ;lnd he fell again - to his k '.I. . `' !l i iart'..st words  of thanks ':- " ih, 1 'l''Iec-s ion. They i (at"1 i campt for the night, and L a !. fire later in the e,'vi:i.: n .: , .th( c 1nfi0 d( the truth of hi: di:;,t.i t, i lhat good iman, -taking ca:., n~1...

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. — 7 June 1907

SAM H. DIXON AS EDITOR. WIll Conduct the Horticultural and Agricultural Features of The Post. Sam H. Dixon, state inspector of orchards and nurseries, has taken the editorship of the agricultural and hor ticultural features of The Semi-Week ly Post. These two departments have been inaugurated in the semi-weekly edition of The Post on a broader scale than has ever been attempted be fore by a newspaper of the South. In fac't the Semi-weekly post will hereaft er enbrace all of the features of an up-to-date family newspaper, coIm hined with those of a complete auri cultural journal. MIr. Dixon is known far and wide as an authority on horticulture and as a t writer, There is no man closer to the farmers of Texas or more thorough in knowledge of the farmer's needs or better posted ,n advanced cultural < methods. Mr. Dixon's new work as editor of I The Semi-Weekly Post and as state in- t spector of orchards and Inurseries, a having been recentlv appointed by a Gov. Camplbell, gives him ...

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. — 14 June 1907

VOOLUTME III. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JUNE 14, 1907. -- LACES AND EMBROIDERIES We have received this week from New York City, absolutely the Finest Line ever brought to this parish 8 LDIES A Cordial Invitation is Extended to the Ladies of this vicinity, to call T and inspect these Elegant Embroideries at your earliest convenience. SIGJ.A.L CLOTI-ING- STORE, 8 ocOO OTW=LSIOY, T.0 0 SZI0A.N00A.. : ooo?oooo4000ooa04040000o04oooooooooooooooooooooooo0000 New Goods Every Day -ý'-AT MARTIN BROTHERS. We are receiving New Goods every day and our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's SHOES -----AND LOW QIUARTERS Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of LADIES' HATS Just from New York. ~tyls Right -- Prices . ight A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson is direct from Philadelphia. We can makeyou price right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Complete. 0r Grocery Department handles only the BEST. Martin Bros. & Co., .EADERS IN LOW PRICES, WELSH, ." ." .* LA. =2ý vWa- U....

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. — 14 June 1907

A TALL OF TIEL OLD WEST C/ IIAIRRY LION WILSO. ·'ý G, ,,,, o CHAPTER Xi.-Continued. ýhe, ,. ,1 . * li):, -! 11', :i 1t 'l , 'L . . ., · f'):' ]i' I::':.r.." of', 0,: ., ; (1;. nii' uI I of a S,. S till rl · , 1:. . !) ." ' I ý , . Wr b, ',., . i ,. 1to :,1 . . flin "sh ' . to toe L . , , r 2 [W. CHAPTER XIr A Fight for Life. The c!r,,.: o - , ,:i ; to t0, (,:,:t oUs . I::' i 1' :l1 d _r*''e of pro.; perily, ' .!: ,P y Pratt, the Arch, 'r of Par ! . ,, :; 1:; ve-lth of wives, wa,-, i a l , a'! i. to liarney 1: ' _r, inh i,;slt '\.: wi ,, or' he.'I . u\ho put hI l . ,' ; u' ds on a w'.. l) r row a::l. o :1' , 1 vl':taming g Y qf rGod, tru::::t, it frm the Mi.s llri river to the ' f the t:uGr.t S e ! Lake. 'r a:!i! a:trI( t:rainl se: (cit , !;j the new Z ,,n wi:bh faith that. G(d would Tro') i. 1:nna bhfore therm. One by .e t, r:':n.s w\ r'k'd down into the vu:!... ".. : irel Sanats malk ing freoh ',,r o"venants by rehap tl nt 1 :s t!+,y 4(''t!. In the W:'ors (f the l.River .ld-an...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 June 1907

RAID OF PARALYSIS NERVOUS SUFFERER CURED  p , WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. Medicine That Makes Rich, Red and Performs Wonders as a Tonic for the Nerves. are nervous lp.ouple invariably eswer to tlhat qne.tion explains a remedy that a ; on the blood reDCervoli' tru'hi s. explains "hy Dr. Williams' Pink forPale Ptoipl' are also for nervous - bjecause of the intimate relation the red co,'pl,'n:is in the blood the health f to nerves. The s* ysten r' cive, it s nourishment h the bll), I. LI.r tlo blood be thin, weak anld ctn!nriss and the are starv'd--t ie vi; in is started e road that l,:,ls to Intrvous wreck. o people'' 1,4 la: pnp le 1--but the oomes first. ]:r:,.II the blood the nerve ar' stij utlatt , and toned t do their art o tihe. work of the Dr, Wilh:tinn' Pi::k Pills miake blood and tr:t'n-orin nervous, irrit. ailing pw'le lilti stroug, energetic, men antin wow ni. Harriet E. I' crler,. of 20 Liberty ue, South Mi3,t:-,rd, MIss.. says: I had never bt,,.in tw ll fronm child and a f,-w...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 June 1907

The Finest Line in town at the i Wall Paper JOURNAL BOOK STORE. Prices emu~-~ ar ~~~- -- - The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DO.LLR A YE.AI IN AID)INCE, EntUred at tlh: Il).tllic'e at W\ellh. La., as ico in,' .1:~ ma :tter ["II.[),'Y, .1IrN!,'. I-| 1!tu;. To insure ibiicjlatiLn all coly should he ill our otfice hv \\Ida1n -Il;(ty neonl. 1). 1i. 1 I-:. 1), I,1>I'I'O I. j Citl Barber Shop, i . ER7;, Prop. J. D. KiI3BALL, Blacksmithing ANDi) Horseshoeing. All Kinds of I epairing a, Specialty. Shop located on Nrth A\dams Street. PHONE NO. 7. The Wel4 ir, red Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. For First-class Work (10O TO THE I CHiNESE LAUNDRY! North of S I'. D)epot. 4 i SAM YANG, Prop. - + SuceeNor to Jim Ie. WELSH. ... ... LOUISIANA. -, €€÷,÷€ ÷€÷ -_ FOR AGENTS-- AN OPPORTUNITY! "THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS" WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN p"- NOW lIEAIDY FO 8011OICITOIt8 .. 576 Imperial Octavo Pages. Ov...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 June 1907

CI SULTIG ACCOL NIAT. COLLECTIONS. . P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. geoJ Welsh Iol( No. 2:  F. & A.\. . SeCWelsh Chapt,'r, No. .0, R. A. 31. grder Wel"h. ' ,imanndry 'o.10 K.T. ()erk Welsh C('ano , No. 176, W. O. W. " .G. Grand L e, K. of II. O T. I. M ANDELL ClIII ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Succes,' , A\ E. e.'arent. irrigation, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. ChalAllnA [ ,llildSing, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA., Southern l'Pacifi Time Card. 6 due ..... S:40 a. m. .10due ......... ... 11:4 a. . 8 due... . .... ... 12:57 a. in. . due.................. .3:5 pa. m. WEST HOUND. 5 due.... .. 2:45 p. In. . 9 due... ... ...... :35 p. im. 7 due ............ 4:19 a. m .3 due ..... ... . . 9.:04 a. m. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. iPhone 34 for further information. .1. F. TUBBS, Agent. | |•i Ilther the Big 3. t ice Bran at Jones Bros. tl lood Wilks, Hastus, and O.iward. e .E. Bell, of New Orleans, arrived own Tuesday. Rag capet. and Rug Weaving, by sa Peterseim. Norris Welch ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 June 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pubs WELSH, .. ------. LA. Possibilities of Regeneration. Ex-President ('hl vhind, in his ad dress before tie Uiii1,n L.n';:,iie llub of Chicago. as , t ,,ort«d 1,y ;I1hi North American I;.view. r, all" l \Washint; ton's admonition that hlitrru ;ly, illlus try and frugality are ess .tiial Pl,:ars of public felicity. anid elld: "The sooner we reach a silrth of MiI w\ hi'lhl keeps constantly Il,'tore !, as a liv jug, active, inipelling lI'rce. t li truthll that our p.eoli., , o i ,r h( ul. thal utml O0is or with dull !-rs ir;i 1wl, hoIi s1 or tunscrlupul is, ilndlistri 4,is " ilh, (oln stitute the Sinurl( ' of i n nai; ,: 's 1i ,,-i. perament ;and li.th I niL th1!t the traits andt faults ofi ,ilr ,I ]' p ill5, necessarily give quali;y iand «",1!r to our national hhal;ii r, ih s i,,nnir wi .hall appreciate the iln o'tance of ,ro tecting this siurtce, fr,1 1 llil \\ IiIs.t)'S ^ontamination .\i I thel ,iiiiiier ll of us honestly i; kniilt ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 June 1907

IFARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-CPERATIVE UNION 1 OF AMERICA _ The E .. .  al is too little to try :!~t " ' tKZ"s of anty other - , ' p-,;t 11h. iliiul farnm r. They ( " ' l:e t)i 'l ll class to comi iti ,fflirts. and they are ti,,i i,' of all ('iusis monst in ner l `. ur'. -lbitne Farm ers Ja \,:t,: \V, ! sa ii . Ito. hI icks. There i . 1i, r int all t his land that is ob ,n Itlook ;tter all the fo ,>a .' .::'.. t ad Ihere, iuoe - er*wi ni ,, ' .l " c l"' ~f all thl ftail ures ofn , n:, r, organd ization has laiti :t n o : n:l',- of lryins t) attend ,f hit.n thait do nIt the h Il, l\i, of a f:1: -::i i -tc do not i *,l"' r ' is lt who n !:< - " .I;. " .i, . 1 the fh , , i ! t e i h a it tool. , an . i gantiz ' "  . :. . ; take ',', tions to t .in: tions. is , . i,,, i - er to fi:. to d v , l" .i t . ' gover ': t !I :(' turin pg t - i down ': ,, to tid i a ' l . '..:,, i , for ft- --I t n a farmt er t , a 1; 1i u'" r chant, or t, : .a or a qt - v, 1. is it longer a t ', ,...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 June 1907

DR. SEARS A FINE SPEAKER. Prominen Men Endorse Lake ('harles Chautauqua Lecturer. Without an exception the tinest man on the platform. Byv his lectures he drives out the blue demonds of grum bling with his scourge of satire, wit and humor. He is Sam Jones and Dr. Willets in one, for he has the pungent sarcasm and the brilliant gift of the one ;ndi the pathetic and iunslir ini power of the other'. E:very chau tinuqua lIrotrami is sadly ldefective' when he is left out. I)r. Grunsaulus, the great president of Arnmour Institute, says of him:i "Your lecture made me laugh morwe advantageously and moiire oulistaintlv' than any lecture I have heard since the days of dear old (;ohn II. (Cough, of whom the dhctor reminds nme so much. Lou Ilouchamp says: "Ile touched me in the fountain of laui'hter and tears and won my affections, respect and love. He is a great-hearted, great brained, great-souled man, and the platform needs him." I)r. Sears is a nmost delightful man to meet. lie has worked ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

Sbe ) i-~te Bel IontarnaL OLUME VI WELSH, CALCASIE PARISH, LOUSIANA, JNE 21, 1907. '~VOtUME VIII. WELSH-, CALLCASIEU' PARIISH, LOUI8IANA, JUSE: 21, 1907'. NUBE ~~II.H IZi_- - --- - -- · - ~--------------------- ------ ------ New Goods Every Day --AT MARTIN BROTHERS. r'? We are receiving New Goods every day and our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's SHIOES ---AND LOW QUARTERS Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of LADIES' HATS Just from New York. Styles EighLt--Prices Right A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson flats direct froiu Philadelphia. We can make you the price right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Complete. ·Our Grocery Department handles only the BEST. Martin Bros. & Co., LEADERS IN LOW PRICES, WELSH, . .* ". LA. NEW WELLS FOR WELSH FIELD. mih, Plemeer Oil Man anrd Cap gi. Will Develop 5-acrc Tract In Proven Field. Smith, of Port Arthur, Texas, and pioneer devt'oper of biljieldh'ts leas,,d a five tract from the Welsh companiv, heart of the proven territory...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

IDEAS FOR THE HOSTESS Manufacture of Potato Dol!s Afforded Amusing Entertain ment at One Luncheon-Celebration of Crystal Wed ding--"Rag Party" a New Form of Diversion. After a most delightful luncheon given by a talented hostess, this novel entertainment was provided. The re past had been served at small tables and we were tldl tto re'(tain o0ur places while the youn l daughter of the house passed to each lady a well-washed po tato of rather lend. slender shap(e. Then each was givn four small wire hairpins, four black hd-ead tacks, two fancy palper naplhins with gayly col ored borders, and a supply of pins. There were scissors and tubes of library paste close at hanlldl. The Instruc'tions w ,re to build a doll, a prize was offer, d for the hbest and poorest spet'iln 'ii. The ladies worked with a.le ;zinc zeal for this go Ing back to childhoodt dlays was thor oughly enjuiyed. None (of them had ever manufactured "potato" dolls be fore, but nearly every ione confessed to the clotheslpi...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 June 1907

I{H NOTES UL OR JUNE. AS ~AP g Catarrh Is a well de. Spring disease. The sy mptoms are given 4.Bottle of Pe-ru-na :Alme ii ill promptly (#acurse of the disease sSpring Catarrh. -- -- iuying Allleadar oSafe tii nmark Lead and Oil need t,no tain" tem best mic- '1A own to cultyhas tbhe buyer to e of the purity t lead and oil. rgistered the kof the Dutch Boy painter nal proof of quality, gen d purity to paint buyers . When this trade mark .the keg, you can be sure hmtents is Pure White by the Old Dutch Process. FOR BOOK aIt." irves valnable Informs. .abject. ]rebo ipon request. LEAD COMPANY of the foltow s arest you: . Bffalo. C!eveland. a, St. Louis. Phil. T. wlm & Bros. Co. Pitt.. ,L-ad A Oil C'o.l To convince any woman that Pax tine Antiseptic will improve her health and do all we claim for It. We will tree a large trial book of Instruo ne testimonials. 8 end address on a postal card. cleanses and heals mucous m * m --.braine a s nasal catarrh, pelvic Scaused by femi eyes. sore...

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