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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 October 1902

SSMAN WILBER SAYS [TO Ts Pe-ru-na Medicine Co., of Columbus, 0.1 -na is All You Claim For It." 4 D;WZ. D'e pg m F.D. . Wilber, of Oneonta, N. Y., writes: $IIw5 Afrdiciae Co., Columbus, Ohio. oeieu -- Persuaded by a friend I have tried your remedy and I have futlly rawored after the use of a fen bottles. I am fully conavinced pr erunaz Is all you clailm for it, and cheerfully recommend your medicine Wh. are afflicted withl cratarrhal trouble. "-David P. Wlber. ae Preventive and Care for Colds. C . F.Given, Sussex, N. R, Vice et of " The Pastime Boating Swrites: ever the cold weather sets in e for years past been very sure to ; severe cold which was hard to oft, and which would leave after on mjy constitution the most of wiater I was advised to try akld within five days the cold en up, and in five days more I oll man. I recommended it to 1t 6 my friends and all speak the fsefor it. There Is nothing for ctarrbal afflictions. afellible s carse, sad I*-0C.-. Olvea , $ Sager Saved Frest...

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 October 1902

GENERAL STEWART CHOSEN GRAND ARMY COMMANDER. y ý V Gen. Thomas Jamison Stewart of Norristown, Pa., who was elected com amander in chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, has been adjutant general of the state of Pennsylvania since 1895. He served as a private in the One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, during the civil war, and in 1868 be came an officer of the National Guard, to which he has always been devoted. From 1882 to 188. he was assistant ad jutant general G. A. R. of Pennsylva nia, department commander in 1890, and 1898-1900 he was adjutant general of the Grand Army. General Stewart was born in Ireland in 1848 and was educated in the public schools of Nor ristown, which has always been his home. He is unmarried. ADVANCED TO FRONT RANK. Henry White, Ambassador of the United States to Italy. Henry White, who has been ap bointed ambassador of the United States to Italy, has been in the diplo Ambassador White. tnatic service since 1883, when he was...

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 October 1902

B*t National Bank, Welsh, Louisiana. We solicit your business and extend all courtesies of prudent banking. OFFICERS: IzE E. ROBINSON, President. PAUL W. DANIELS, Vice President. FRED D. CALKINS, Cashier. )IICElf'TOi' S: Lee E. Robinson Paul W. Daniels, Chas. P. Martin, Dr. John H. Cooper, H. Albert Davidson: Frank Roberts, cashier Calcasieu National Bank, Lake Charles, La.; Geo. A. Courtney, cashier First National Bank, Jennings, La. "Jewel Steel Ranges j. ae Jde bar th elatbco DETROIT STOVE WORKS which grewto be the atrg •est Storve Plant in te World because it built the Beat Stoves. JEWEL Stoves and Ranges Cost No More th a SOIm B'stOve. Whyrlak he-y Lug any other makes?. Jswz5 a L5. We recommend them. L. L. MORSE & SONS, Welsh, La. Special Notice that the GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE is closing outs all sum mer goods. Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing in order to make room for fall stock. as The Prices will be Surprising. 1 ask everybody to call around to see the bargains I am of...

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 October 1902

FWALKER, WALK OF JNNINAL S, OFJENNINO Sells It Se. for Less. zlou n VOL. IIi. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LA., L'IL:DAY. OCTOBER:H X1, 190, . NO. -2. Elegant Line of . . Millinery and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. Ao a Big Dress Good and Trimmings unst Line of.. in. Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. ++++...+N++++++*++,++ 4 k4++444.+++++++4*+*++.. ++4 ++4+ **++*++++++++4++++ SFirst .-++ National r:++ Bank ++t..+.*..++.+..++++ ..++*.++.++++++++*+. +++*++** +++++++. ÷+++++ WELSH, LOUISIANA. ++++++++++++++.++.+++++++++++ +++++++.++++++++++... +++..... OFFICERS: A eneral 1)IRJECTORS: L. E. ROBINsoN, President. BankL. E. Robinson, Paul W. Daniels, SLBanking * 'rank Roberts, Geo. A. Courtney. * PAUL V. DANIELS, Vice President. + H. A. Davidson. Chas. P. Martin. F. D. CALKINS, Cashier. + Business. Dr$ . Jno. H. Cooper. .+N.+. .......Nf..N+ ..4. P== = -- _ - - - -- -- -- --_---- -f4++.+0.. No Man Should Pay for the Privile...

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 October 1902

J. T. WALKER, Publisher. !''1 IH, - - LOUISIANA PEST OF THE PHILIPPINES. M,,4ew the Land Leeches Annoyed Amerlcan Soldiers. An army omdcer returned from duty in the Philippines, telling recently of the many pests-both insect and rep tile-whieh annoyed the American soldiers stationed there, dwelt espe olally on a rather strenuous land leech that clings to the limbs of sap lagi on the hillsides and springs upone the passers-by with lightning like rapidity, proceeding immediately to its business of bloodsucking. The soldiers dreaded the presence of these leeches vastly more than they did the Filipinos, and on many oeoasions when "hiking" after a band of the little brown men the company would be demoralized by a number of these creepy-looking things dropping from the overhead trees on the necks or other exposed parts of the men. In appearance these blood-sucking vampires resembled much the com mon leech that is familiar to the American small boy, who has met the creature often in his f...

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 October 1902

George Ade's Farm. When William Lackaye was in Chi. ago with the Blngham company he ras accompanied by Mrs. Lackaye, c. ording to a new story which "Bift" Sall is telling. At a small afternoon party the conversation took the course if many conversations in Chicago hees days and reference was made to 3eorge Ads and the success he had EIIned as humorist and playwright Somebody ventured that the young man was investing his money wisely and had purchased a farm. "Has he a farm in Indiana that he goes to?" inquired Mrs. Lackaye. And her quick-witted husband replied, blandly: "No, my dear-he didn't buy it to go to--ust to refer to." No one would ever he bothered with con. tipation if every one knew bow naturally end qickly Burdock Blood Bitters regu. ate the stomach and bowels. Fulta Goes to New York. Dave Fultz, the crack outfider of the champion Athletics, will not play with that combination next season. Fults has received an exceptionally large offer from another club for 1903, and, as...

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 October 1902

j ice Belt Journal. KP u blished Every Friday by alker & Company. a DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. S atered at the postoffce at Welsh, La., as SWoand olass matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902. Our Valuable Lands. Louisiana lands are rapidly coming ýinto great demand as a result of the <marked developments that have taken plhce throughout the state during the past two years. For the moment the Soil and rice lands of the southwestern section of the state attract the most 4attention and their values are already Steginning to soar skyward. The 4.jprofits realized upon oil and rice lands have been so large that it could .not escape the attention of men of means who had money to spend in "' paying investments, and the money is going out in increasing quantities "'every month. New Orleans capital is as yet but poorly represented in that t-hriving section. A few firms, it is true, were foresighted enough to take K advantage of the opportunities offered and they have been richly rewarded _4f...

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 October 1902

DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO3 Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. A full set of plans and specifications furnished with estimates. I do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repairing. Let me make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to your interest to do so. Try it. I can fur nish any reference required. My residence is Roy Jones' place. Drop me a postal and I will call on you. J. D. KIfIBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty. Shop located on North Adams street. Wa". C. BROWN. O. F. LARUE. Brown & LaRhO, Contractors AND Builders.... If you contemplate building a busi ness house or residence, let us figure with you. We will save you money. All work guaranteed. City Meat Market, A. E. Bourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. ICE delivered i'i town at all WELSH, LA. Read the Journal and get all the...

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. — 31 October 1902

| rOREGON r-na i in His Family .1Colds and Grip, *4ifc CAPITOL BUILDIN( - A Letter From the Exe known from the Atlantic Letters of congratula dation testifying to the .re-11as s a catarrh remedy 'n from every State in the -. .. .. Hartman is receiving hun. o:suph letters daily. All classes leters, from the highest to tdoor laborer, the indoor arti cle.k, the editor, the statesman, er--all agree that Pe-ru-nais tarh, remedy of the age. The id rostrum, recognizing eatarrh greatest enemy, are especially n' their praise and testi an.who wishes perfect health entirely free from ectarrh. Ca w ell-jigh universal; almost om Pe-ru-na is the only abso known. A cold is the iagof catarrh. To prevent colds, ole, is ib cheat atrrh out of e-nnoaura cures ca tt prevents. every household e st pied 'lth this great rem s, eolds and so forth. Sof Oregon is an ardent INVESTMENT Ptsferred Stook of the Snu1las Shoe ... uulu o Co. Stock, 2,00,000. Rmferred Stock. I,',00oo00 Common stock. $100 each. Sold a...

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 October 1902

PA _ Memories of Sidman. ed one of the invitations, and when Arthur Sidman is dead, but when- Miss Fisher paid a flying visit to the sver a rural play is shown in the colony a week or so ago she was met sew England and "up-state" towns of by an army of small boys, each bear 1ew York, the memory of the talent- ing a letter for her. In each she found ,d actor is revived. He was consider- one of her own cards, accompanied by sd the legitimate successor of Herne a query signed by one of her player and Thompson, and his death was con- friends. Some of these ran as fol sidered most untimely, as he was just lows: coming into prominence which prom- "Is the inclosed good for two at the reed well for es future. He had just box office?' completed a new play, of which many "Sorry, I'd like to come, but I have excellent things have been said, call- to mind the baby." ed "York State Folks," whica is now "My wife says you are not on oer neing presented by a company organ- visiting list.' :zed by h...

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 October 1902

Jewel Steel Ranges X, i i .e t beter.=and ooks am Sade b the celebrated DETROIT STOVE WORKS ,·which grew to be the Larg eat Stove Plant in the World because it built the Best Stoves. r iJEWEL Stoves and Ranges Cost No More than common stoves. Why risk bhy ing any other makes? Jiwx LtSt . We recommend them. :`. 1.. L. MOR EE & SONS, Welsh, La. Special Notice that the GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE is closing out? all sunm mer goods. Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing in order to make room for fall stock. The Prices will be Surprising. 1 ask everybody to call around to see the bargains I am offering Yours Respectfully, S. BERKOWITZ, WELSH, LA. 'lLj .Notice for Publication. SLasn OFFICE AT NIEW ORLEANS, LA. ".. . . , J. " October 4 1902. D',.'n and Sureo's , Notice is hereby given that the following Physcan and named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in snpport of his claim, and \Vý e1sh/ h - that said proof will be made before Thos. L. " .. . McVey U. S. Commi...

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 November 1902

HKER, U d 1SI It 11 it tIL I for Less.' Ofr Leos. r, V"OL. III. WELSH, CALCABSIEU PARISH, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMIAnS1R ".~ 190'28 The Eloctions. ý i n Elegant Line of . . Millinery and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. .T * .Just Also a Big sustood and Trimmings in Line of .. Dres O an Trml gS in. Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. V -- SFirst National . Bank WELSH, LOUISIANA. OFFIC+++++++ "S :A General DIRECTORS: OFFICERS: i n L. E. Robinson, Paul W. Daniels, L. E. ROBINSON, President. Banking Frank Roberts, Geo. A. Courtney, PAUL W. DANIELS, Vice President. . A. Davidson, Chas. P. Martin, F. D. CALKINS, Cashier. Z Business. Dr.Jn...H+ . Co.or. Will Sink Plenty of Wells. 'Gro to ,MARTIN BROS. i i ARGAINS . IN ALL LINES. c c .~=~+*++*+++~+*~+++~+*++**~+~t* jRE1NTLCE w RINTICE Successors to Prentice & Powers, St ho ...DEALERS IN.... a Uardware, Shoes, Groceries, Etc. We Meet Competition at All Times. Our line of ...

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 November 1902

OutISIal. *ALK~ruUr, wurb~Waa. H, - - OUISIANA ,EAT AMERICAN PIE :PUMPKIN 18 ONCE MORE THI MONARCH OF ALL. fmmense Consumption of the Luscious Dainty Throughout the Land-Fig urea Show the Extent of its Wonr drous Popularity. The pumpkin pie is once more abroad in the land. On the counters of the confectioners, in the windows of the dairy lunches and on the em bossed menus of the hotels where wealth and fashion flock, it again takes its honored place, to gladden with its presence the heart of old and young. New York-pre-eminent in most things-is the greatest pumpkin pie eating city in the world. During the peason, from September to February, there are, on an average, more than 16,000 pumpkin pies a day eaten in .hat city. Estimating each pie to con tain five pieces, an army of something bike 75,000 pumpkin eaters musterj tdaily. To make 15,000 pies a day requires . 65,000 pounds of pumpkin and 10,000 wuarts of milk. Such dry, prosaic and ieCt things 's 'figures are 'hardly in Reeping...

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 November 1902

I PROMINENT FILl INO TELL FE ISLANDS ga/ / / ,, i~rg a Rarnon Royos Lala.' 'ilipilno au hor. arrived in S' rafnisco last reek on his way to ashingtonl to ;ive the results of h'invesiati ons n the Philippines a.ell the island's leads. Mr. I.ala iy2ogrized as one -- - - - - - of the greatcst authorities on the Phililppines. He is the author of the most comprehensive history of the islands yet published. He is a gradu ate of Oxford. and is a naturalized American citizen. MINISTER F V TO GN. BANK Sanadian Mini f Public Works New Yorn Suffers 4. discrction. Unlike Iletan. who made in. A new ir es and still retains his TI Thirty-fot Saggr egati few year sc:mewho ;omtan S•:ý tios. of hands ý7. , , IY,,ooks. st bI)-'coi;me : ' uof it. The F ... a finan(c Iv. iVil J. Israel Tarte. Boer C . in the French c:abit:et, J. I. Jte. Canadian minister of public r: en. •ks. has been forced to resign bi- trio of rSe of unautlorlized riTarks he dc- cently fered in Europe reCentl' In accepit ward. ",` t...

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 November 1902

Frida~y by- - 1e. ýr & Company. OM' DOLIA A YEAR IN AI)VAN.E. E~4ered at the Postoffo -tPeesa toond o4g.as Mlatter. at Welsh, La., as : FRIDAy, NOVEMBEl 7, 10°2 --1902. Welsh Oil field Notes. S There is considerable interest mani 1ested in the Welsh oil field this week. Messrs. Clay and Champion, the dril lers for the Welsh Oil and Develop ment Co., are making fine headway S with the new well and confidently ex pect to bring in a first class gusher " within the next week or two. James Bowen, driller for the Den ver.Beaumont Oil Co., arrived Mon. n day with the bill of lading of the t. machinery for drilling a well in his tI pocket. This well will be about 25 tl rods north of the new well of the in SWelsh Oil and Deelopment Company. if S Wok will commence as soon as the machinery arrives, which may be Ti before this issue of the JOURNAL goes be S to press. no * The Southern Pacific people state t that they will begin boring a well on their holdings immediately, in fact co about ...

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 November 1902

DAVID N-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO. Solicit yoi business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. . - : : . . . . . . . . . ...,A' B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. A full set of plans and specifications furnished with estimates. I do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repairing. Let me make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to your interest to do so. Try it. I can fur nish any reference required. My residence is Roy Jones' place. Drop me a postal and I will call on you. J. D. KIIBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty. Shop located on North Adams street. W. C. BROWN. O. F. LARUE. Bro w & LaRIue, Contractors AND Bulders.... If you contemplate building a busi ness house or residence, let us figure with you. We will save you mone All work guaranteed. ~1 -Mret, Blrgeois, Prop. f Mutton, ea; Pork, ane, Etc. delered in town at all times. WELSH, LA. the Journal and get all the .GCIER, FRA...

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 November 1902

C.. -Th1 AMID OF GIZ EH. EGYPT. L* -'I tI :44. I6 C flORAaw Afun .nn.. 8 RAGE AND CORNERS. Mti . of Preservlpg Consti. t Aid to Trusth. ifn ved methods of preser fodsftffM devised by science - been iupplied to constitute an u*4 for mankind, enabling rn'~n the good things of one 1-0e14another and to correct the bA., one year or country by dance of. another. But cold ' i, t appears. its disadvan ine it enables the catpita4lst or the supply of perishable &znd exact a higher price, Bj~itimore Sun. The market e glutted with peaches or told storage man can put ply away to wait for a a higher price. While the uAbus increa:es the avail Mpply and tends to prevent St the same ti.nme steadying F Sjreventing violent fluctua increases the control rket exercised by com- a - there is a limit to the tI t combine to affect prices, f1 gin the case of wheat or si are not so perishable as It eggs. Theoretically the w id be able to control the st Y of wheat and be able le drvaton prices, but in fac...

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. — 7 November 1902

ST. JACOBS OIL POSITIVELY CURES Rheumatism Neuralgia -Backache Headache Feetache All Bodily Aches AND CONQUERS PAIN. Gives Quick Relief. Removes all swelling in 8 to lo days ; effects a permanent cure in 30 to 6o days. Trial treatment given free. Nothingcan be fairer Write Dr H. H. Green's Sons. ' Specialists, Box R. Atltnta, Ga. * 4 No a foreximinaun or advice. We procurepatents tbhatPAY and Iep Inventors to success. All branches U. S. and Forenen Patent pract.cq prompt; term. rght. Mmnbers Supreme Court D.C. Ourb'bunine bnlui on experience and honor, not on ·'hemes." Hi hest reerencs. valuable Hand-book. etc.. fee. I. A 1Lys PFleor . PnetIe fldg,We.blngbn. D.C. 7% INVESTMENT The Preferred Stock of the WiL, Doulas SCo C Stock, $2,000,000. soofso Prelerred Stock. $ 000,000 Common Stock. ----a- S I-OO each. Sold at Par. l took offeted for gale, " W. L" Douglas retains all Coimon Stoolk. Wbiw eyour money at s% or 4 when the W. L. oe Stfred k spas V. and is atbsolutely safe. ydollaro...

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. — 7 November 1902

Wel Steel Ranges DBTROIT STOVE WORKS which ewr to e the Lar9 eat Stove Plant tn the World because it built the Best Stoves. JEWEL Stoves and Ranges Cost No More than common stoves. Why risk by tng auy other makes? JwELS LAST. We recm nd them. L. L. MORSE & SONS, Welsh, La. nuu-nu NEW RESTAURANT, ED LYONS, Proprietor, Next to Journal Office, Welsh, La. w Fresh Fruits, Fish and Meats and evrrything in Season. . Hot ant Cold Lunches at all Hours. 3 Patronage of the Public Respectfully Solicited, - ED LYONS. Notice for Publieation. . LA Ortzz AT NEw O3Lsaxe, LA. October 4 1902. 'Notice is hereby given that the following named settlerehas led notice of his intention to maeflnal proof in support of hi. claim. nd Stha said proof_ will be made before Thos. L. oey U. . Commissioner, at Kinder, La., on NoTem'ber 1,5 1902 vis: Joseph H. dole, homestead Entry 18283, for thae of nwMt and e5 of sw of see . sand 4 o • f 0eone n1. tp 6 rs, o w J. tier. e pnmes the fOllOWing witnmeses to prove c...

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 November 1902

1F ~ iN A` I I Se lf4 ells It for Less. for Leis. o. 24. VOL. 111. WELSH, COALCAS-IU pALaiI-, LA., FPtIDAY, NOVEMAR 14. 1902. NO.. "_ ........\ IRU ULOWOUT AV" .TEED. ý L Il 1rlN 1 I11 I . _ _ __--- -Ga Elegant Line of . . w Millinery and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. be lo a Big Dress Good and Triminings ust di Lfne of.. Call and see some of the latest patterns. i PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. lFirstt- National 4 Bank WELSH, LOUISIANA ++++++++++++A General DIRECTORS: " OFFICERS: L. E. Robinson, Paul W. Daniels, L. E. RoBINsoN, President. f Banking Frank toberts, Geo. A. Courtney. PAUL W. DANIELS, Vice President. e H. A. Davidson, Chas. P. Moarin, SF. D. CALKINS, Cashier. NýU.44+444444++ 4444.4+++.+4444-- -- N._. oe I I -for SB ARGAINS t IN ALL LINES. SI A. PRENTICE & PRINTICE F Successors to Prentice & Powers, ...DEALERS IN.... Hardware, Shoes, Groceries, Etc. We Meet Competition a.t All Times. Our line of g.-ROCERTES Will be constan...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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