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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 5 July 1907

'PHONE NO. 50. STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. PUBLISHERS OF THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PROPRIETORS OF THE JOURNAL BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE. D. R. READ, flanager. Welsh, La., June 14, 1907, Mr. Delinquent Subscriber: Dear Sir: We take this method of calling your attention to the fact that your subscription is in arrears, and of respectfully asking you to make us a prompt remittance covering the same. It is easier to pay now while it is only a dollar or two, than to wait until it gets to be three or four. The little you owe will not amount to much to you, but combined with the hundreds of others who owe a like amount, it means several hundred dollars to us. We realize that it is only an over sight on your part that this has uot been paid before, and trust that now we have called your attention to it, you will promptly make yourself right with this office. Thanking you in advance, I remain Sincerely yours, D. R. READ, P. S. Notice the yellow tag on your paper. JUST RECEIVED I -- A FINE LINE 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. — 12 July 1907

i. I)<e 1K iceBelt ournal~ bot U il.W H A S AI L I N21 _ _ ULUME: ý I . WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, J 1' 12, 19,T. 00 0000 } ¬ 4V '^ ^J^ 00^8QOf^010a0 0·J4'"`O 4o 0000 00 1 $12.00 AND $15.00 SUITS AT $595 We have a Few Light Summer Weight Two-Piece Suits which we are going to close out way below cost as we will not carry these suits over. This is your opportunity to save from $5 to $ 10 on a Suit of Clothes. Come early for these bargains will soon be taken. "YOT.7S FOR B.AEG-AýIL _., SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, WE ©OH. - : - 0 O OO OOOO OOO 00000000 00 0 ~00:~0000t~~300c\00000 00 00 00 0 New Goods Every Day -ATML MARTIN BROTHERS. We are receiving New Goods every day and our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Childrent's SHOES AND LOW QUARTERS$ Is New and Complete. We have a Fine Line of LADIES' HATS Just from New York. les Iig~ht--Prices R~ight A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson ats direct from Philadelphia. We can make you e ptrice right. Our stock of Dress Goods is Comple...

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. — 12 July 1907

- -~ A HUMBLE HERO. Story of the Man Who Did a Brave Deed and Then Forgot It. "He Is the bravest man I ever knew," said AIr. F. Ilopkinson Smith of Capt. Thomas A. Scott, whose death occurred a few weeks ago, and whom the author has made famous in some of his stories and novels. But no act attributed by the pen of fiction to this submarine engineer and (liver can equal the real facts of his courage and self-sacrifice. The New York Tribune quotes from MIr. Smith the tale of one of Capt. Scott's deeds which lifts the man into the ranks of true heroes. The captain was in the emplloy of the Off-Shore Wrecking company, when one morning in January an accident happened to a iHoboken ferry boat. The ice in the river was unusually heavy, and the boat slowly crunched her way through the floating floes un til the pack choked her panddles in mnlid-riveri. The weather was bitterly coldi and a keen wind was blowing. It was an early 0morning trip, andl the decks were cl)rwldd with Ilaboring men, t...

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. — 12 July 1907

MAD A N_' FASHION. Joks played in Old Days on Would-Be Fashionable. Camden, in his Rcnmains," tells story, of a trick play«d by a t upo a woubhI-'h fashionable er. Sir th'1lip ('althrop John Drakes, tihe shoemaker rwlch In the time of King Henry of the proud h1ln1r which our have to be of tile gentlemen's This knight lu1hit as much fine tawny cloth as should make Sgown, and sent it to the tailor's made. John )ra::kK;, a shoe , coming to this tailor's and see the knight's gown cloth lying bid the tailor buy cloth of the price and patterln and make It e same fashion as the knight's. long after the knight, coming in ,a tailor to be me:asured for his and perceiving the like cloth there, asked whose it was. Drakes', the shoemaker, who have it made of the self-same n that yours is made of." "Then Smine as full of cuts as the will make it'" John Drakes Bo time to go for his gown till as day, when he meant to it Perceiving the same to be cats, he began to swear at the "I have done naught bu...

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. — 12 July 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered 1t thie postotiee it Welsh, La., a IOCOnia s nli matter. O FlC ) D \V , t I LY l'. 15+1 . To in,11' ure pubicattion1 "l , C-y helal~lt I h n Our othiec 1,y Weluesilar noon 9 t49 310 )4 Q. Ui Baber Shop, t 8 S A. HE8ERT, Prop. c3 hrQ r 0 a C Cld8 9 A9..T.a 9 a > hiK3BALL, B1ack mi hing Horseshoeing. C. ti:ro 0 . .N . , .1 t "i ` TW h y, M ý I, ý- Int gd Sale Sabe i Rigs of AII Kiirids, H it or 'ithout l I Drivers. I 0) (IVE ME A CALL. u CHAS. DAUTEL. b lha be er +++++++++N+++++++++ H+++ + + ul· For First-class Work ;P' an GO TO THE Inl i f to ý ý tire !CHINESE LAUNDRYiT + co S North of S. 1. .Depot. S$AM YANG, Prop. f Slluccemor to.11mtt Lee. + + SWELSH. . . LOUISIANA.j + f+++ f+++++Off++0+++++,+++ I C* School Piano Purchased. T1r; The commIitte al)pointed to l)ptrchase 1a a 1houil phiano, Iheld 3 linal tmeetinti" JUt WNednesdav and p0urchasId a liehli 1 Lh iis. pi1a...

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. — 12 July 1907

FYT. H MANDELL 1IL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to i. P Iarent. gation. Tramrcacds, Drafting and Blue Printing. Chavanint I iildin , LAKE CIARliLE, LOUISIANA.0 Iot~r paifi Ti'ime lard. EAST g b due .... s:4( a. in. " II:; a. in. lOdue... . 11:4 a. m. 8 due. .. ... . a. m. .5due.. ...... . .... p:- . in. 9 due ... . .i n. p.9 due.... . 7 duel... . :i a. m 3 due .04 a. in. ? NOS. 7 g :t I,' trailul . ron 31 for !-I ", waton the Bi :. Rice Fran it r . I Flood fYks. i < v 'or Norri- V i to a SunidlY . ag cartet\ aiI ri\g, by di Petersei. Arthur ('lark. tý 1 t i w ,' ith nds in JeItnni' H'rs. P. «V. 11: . n i 'ir!t ieal" ! Jennings';' of i , . T ValTouchtoi one o flyini trip Echo and ret n,.i Maonilavd. , Ezeb Lour·ier :",nl 11'. T1'. Jle1f- 1 spent Sundtl al iLii Iillstill. Palm leaf faim. 21 nr' . at Ber-n -Davis Co., LI. f .arry Eaton it Jeanrin.s. camef r on No. 9 MoIn1ay evening. Best H. J. Br:ilinrl full cream c se 25c lb. at 11,1dcl (irocerv. a L. E. Robins to ma le a busine...

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. — 12 July 1907

THfE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSHI P'T'U CU., Ltd., Pubs WELSHII, - - - - LA. Alaska's Growing Importance. With the arrival of t!0. seastn when traffic with that quo: tr is most active, the World is r iniidold that Alaska is occupliyving a pirtty large space on the map alnl i; crowing in Commercial 1nporltanlicet'. Wi'hini a ft:ew days four lare, st amn rs have sailed from Seattle, Wash., for Nm'e, carry lug 1,657 passingers and 7..r) tons of freight. 1ut. this iseits only lart of the businesi. Au:a se is to have become a sort of outlying suburn to our hustling western Ptacific cost cities. The Seattle 'Postr-lirtelligencer reports that the town and its hotels are crowded with every cc (lass of men and Womlnen who claim Alaska as their home or placo of Ibusiniiess. How the tide is sweepinig towfardt that once uni known and unalippreciatedt region is Ithius indicated: bThe array ranges from the goveirnor of the territory to the promoter, tihe nmiiiner, the trapper and even the miiner poer...

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. — 12 July 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. pissatisfied Members of Pelican Rifles Hold Meeting at the Capital. Baton Rouge, La: A meeting of the soldiers of Company \I, known in the city as the Pelican Rifles," was held today at the city hall at 10:30 o'clock for the purpose of ex pressing their disapproval of the pre* eat existing conditions in the company and taking some steps to correct these conditions, if pososible. The meetiun was piresided over by J. D. B3urnett as chairman, with Frank Pruyn as secretary, and after consid erable general discusion of the mat ter it was decided to appoint a com mittee of five for the purpose of lay. ing the matt er before Governor Blanchard and Adjutant General Staf ford, and also getting the opinion of some lawyer as to the rights of the members to correct conditions; It is apparently very doubtful wheth er the members who do not like ex isting conditions in the company have any recourse at all except through court-martial charges preferred against the officers of the c...

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. — 12 July 1907

'PHONE NTO. 50. STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. PUBLISHERS OF THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PROPRIETORS OF THE : JOURNAL BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE. D. R. READ, lanager. Welsh, La., June 14, 1907, Mr. Delinquent Subscriber: Dear Sir: We take this method of calling your attention to the fact that your subscription is in arrears, and of respectfully asking you to make us a prompt remittance covering the same. It is easier to pay now while it is only a dollar or two, than to wait until it gets to be three or four. The little you owe will not amount to much to you, but combined with the hundreds of others who owe a like amount, it means several hundred dollars to us. We realize that it is only an over sight on your part that this has not been paid before, and trust that now we have called your attention to it, you will promptly make yourself right with this office. Thanking you in advance, I remain Sincerely yours, D. R. READ, P. S. Notice the yellow tag on your paper. 91 9 JUST RECEIVED --A FINE LINE...

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. — 19 July 1907

F , `II -WELSH, CALCAS IU 'PARISHI,H LOUISIANA, J 1' IY 1., 1907. NIR 7 For our Great REMOVAL SALE "AD" Next Week. SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, WELSH, - . . . S. . . . .. •000 0000: "O "000 O p L OUISIANA. New Goods Every Day -_ AT - *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. .Sltyles Right -Prices Right S• -- A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson Hats direct fron 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. Sunday's (lame. base ball game, betwoen Lake tU and Welsh Sunday on the diamond at Sportsmen's Park, as follows. S EAKE ATIHI'H'P. f. . Al I 11 PO A E in, c... 5 2 2 4 1 0 Nn, ss.5 0 0 3 1 3 ,3-b ....5 , 2 ( 3 0 2 lUader, 2.b5 1 2 5 0 1 pman, p.. 5 1 0 2 4 0 1-b.... 5...

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. — 19 July 1907

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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. — 19 July 1907

Emma Stolt, of Appleton, Wisconsin. ogr, ' ,t t me" o use ]e'runa. Sall 10 at on1 w:: : ": ., ·:' " 1 ""& Em~ma Stt. .it.;  Oneida St., Ap dlea ha m d se a irreat deal of 1Sglad :to l. k a I t w" I dforit. 6hree yrsdt I 'i :i in a wretched edition .ithba.ck. hs,bearing down ps,and at tis \wa:1 ~tre anti lame ti col .d n .t i'v', 1i111. had in ninationll ii l t i 1ritt ,. anlt although d diTlreclt ree.a,', theny did me "A neighbor wit i hn i a 'hee'n uing Pe 1 advised In, , t r ' : an I a . i il adi - gatldid. ii t, l, ti, ili ',,'e as soon ,:Itook it and I fIin 'uhh ,hitter.. "I thank yu f,,r y ,: tio ri, e .. It bcertainly a godsend to sick women. C*atarrh of the Internal Organs. MIiss Theresa lIrti, . W\hite hureh, Jo., writes: ,"Isutfered wittl ct:trrh ,f the stom s ~h.bowelsand in rn ,,  'l, ,ean,. I.'ery jhinglIate sei'ln t , ,,'urt :1'". I nevr rapasrage  fh tht'e 1I." 'n w th ut 1ta - dacled allovr. I 1 a pain in.ny iftside. and the li t 1 r; it'n or excite p...

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. — 19 July 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAIt IN ADVA.('E. E£teret at the pustoflice at Welsh, La., a, stcoud' cais matter. '1) insutre (Iju)i~catioIl all 4J~y dOiulId Ibt 11 our oflicu: by W'e'iislay u) u jCity Barber Shop, SA. HEBERT, Prop. , Hot and old 9 6TrKSM J. i). K I BAL L, Blacksmithing I) Horseshoeing. Th8 Iýý1c1 I ; Lr',r ,' ýe 1 Rigs of All Kinds. WVith or \Without l)ri ers. G(VE : ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. For First-class Work (GO TO THE iCHINESE LAUNDRY" f North of S '. Depot. * I SAM YANG, Prop. i Nuccesor to Jim Lee. WELSH. .'. .. LOUISIANA. j 4H I 4,.,.4.4 4,4,4 #. 4.,4 +,4,4,4 4F+ ÷4'4 ,' n 'Th'lle afe Mde. Neiglected (' mu)hs and Coldis Iiput one on tfhe unsafi+ sie. T'hire is no n eil to( taKe these chaices. I va line Congh (ure. tak :ii in tine, \\ill qnuick IV put you on the safe (ide. Yu n1ill find nothinng hettri" for ('oughs. ('olds, Croiiup anid \\';oping ('(ougIh. (' on tainlls n(o opim . I'le ,ant. .a...

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. — 19 July 1907

T. f. MANDELL IYIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Success0r t' \.1. . Parent. gation, Tramroads, Drafting and Blue Printing. ChavaRLLS LOUldinA, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.O Southern lP.ucil' Timre N'ard. .6 due :40 a. nm. No. due ......... . .11:4; a. In. No.810due ... . 12:7 a. m. 4So. due .. p. In. 5 de ...... :1 p. In. No. ; du:. : . p ni No. g due .. . 4.:1 a. No. 3 due ................. 4:1 a. . 3due .... ht train. . Phone 34 fý,l ; ,:' inf lrmatiiO . Fresh caN I at ......t...... . , .Mat l.:\n 1-x . - Jhniints visitor eond,'a. Ragcarpet. a',! 1e \* Wa i, by i Lydia Peterseinl!. Arthur 'ltr . -ý,ctrl Sýu d l:lv in SJennings. Pamint lUal f . -o Vr l , a:t Ier trand-Davis C;, Lt, . on No. 3 Mol:day. Anyone wishing s\\ett 'creaml 'phone; No. j5. SH.L. Thomas slpent Sunday with his parents in JetIulitgs. S. E. Yandel, of L.afayvette. was a visitor in RVelsh Tlueslavy. Philip (CverdI:le went to Jen ;:ings on buinelss Tteslday. iMrs, E. C Willard was reported ,quite ill the first of the week....

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. — 19 July 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Puba WELSH, - - - - - LA. The Underpala Professor. I am as r'a(ldy as yione to pr-o. scribe temnipfrately for the (scho lar ini the republic the v '.' til. If lin living and high thinkin ;: but wilhl, it fur thier approach to hi livn1111 it is timely for the scholar a! ;h, luldie. to indulge in sorwane pthcin thinkin:g. says a writer in Seri)nell~ The Sill - ple life is a very worth i,', al, which it required fno g'enlius (to lhn 'c :atlo. i3ut I know of nothin: that silil i's life so effectively as tilt.e .lss,(8ion of a little ready l4Inone'y. I know t f nol h Ing that so conpliat ,. s linlt 'r as thei everlasting balancing f 'aountsh tllhat will not halancef and the insistent in trusion of i4't'y dint's and ce'nts. All this distracts and d,'vitaizes, and in very truth interfe're' with tlhe rational ordering of one's life by acepl. te'd standards. The unanimity with which it is conceded thalt the professor is woefully iunderpaid is ...

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. — 19 July 1907

LOUISIANA NEWS. Rayville. Rayvill'. I: The Ireliminary exalm inations iof .rimial cases in the Sev enth Iist rit ,',oiut lihve expeditiously been coinl"c,- d sin ei We(idnesday last, Hon. J. IJ \Iil-itsh presiding, and more cai-s w,,re dislosed in that length of tii,, thain ev'r before. The case of S ii l.r s. 1)sast Thiarl, Whlo was 'epir'ii'td bIl, J. W. Wilils, was tried \Vt,,sdaly. and it was shown that acins, I kilhld Jim linnenltt in self-dtbft'n.-. and eI \\as dischairged. diltofl I roX va rXX8 e1 r es.nted iby G. 1i'. Sbish ;nd \ was reianded for mnur' der wihout l ,,il tor killing Enmanuel M otleY .t i I ,il'. - Gat,' s usn ,July 3. Ed. Eplin I,' iad l.'antan liennette, repr'esn,'d ii . 'I'. M11c.~l(teguor, wIere grantedl 1:i! IX / cl;iIha gef oshooting into Dln ,i li'tnit I hou.i the night he killed lim }i.nniti,. They claim with Foster It 11:t'X'. \\lihi wias arrested (Hn the san.' eLi ter, Ihat ,ii] IH enmiett forced o hl ml it o (t( i .0 at the poilt of his gun. .,l...

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. — 19 July 1907

'PHONE NO. 50. STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. PUBLISHERS OF THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. : PROPRIETORS OF THE JOURNAL BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE. D. R. READ, I1anager. Welsh, La., June 14, 1907. Mr. Delinquent Subscriber: Dear Sir: We take this method of calling your attention to the fact that your subscription is in arrears, and of respectfully asking you to make us a prompt remittance covering the same. It is easier to pay now while it is only a dollar or two, than to wait until it gets to be three or four. The little you owe will not amount to much to you, but combined with the hundreds of others who owe a like amount, it means several hundred dollars to us. We realize that it is only an over sight on your part that this has uot been paid before, and trust that now we have called your attention to it, you will promptly make yourself right with this office. Thanking you in advance, I remain Sincerely yours, D. R. READ, P. S. Notice the yellow tag on your paper. " JUST RECEIVED ' ---A FINE LINE...

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. — 26 July 1907

X.OLUME Y II. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JULY 26;, 1907. New Goods Every Day {MARL IN 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. Styles Right --Prioes Riight A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson Hats direct from 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. Seen Fronm the dnsas City eathern. ng that the readers of the are affected to a considerable .ad' therefore interested in as of other sections than our we will endeavor to give in this a brief account of conditions as and learned on a trip from De y to Kansas City. 1tmOst of our readers know, the adjacent the Kansas City for the first three bundred is in no sense an agricultural had it is ionly after one gets up...

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. — 26 July 1907

I FARMERS' ED ATIONALg OF A ERICA -- -- I I -tylIg ULUs thati c:'.si are btt, r. - . ,ct c Ik f'. - 'R+ x xx'tti - 11ti liii t Il !r be it. t1 I jt ' ' 1 teat thi B it its iiii , tt a ' 1,1 o te 'tl) 1 4tt liiic d~1 ·it ;icit nicn: !ll It i. 11 f,,n i1 tme II put all tar'hnt o. i " iiri jyi d :, I ttjatl- it Ala v its Way, iithurL t Ii to 'hto . n? 'i- t ipe aia Itort bf eat Pit. i tx Baxe x'tI cast ai~t trt. amton it g yo t, seigilttnrs anid f tudnt a good mault this week to eatrtr ir!,t1 the Union' ? Vo have not tho i>;ht `T'`"it; have puti It Ajs a inight:,- i$utot daO.. ftr, linkinkioi. No, th( F armr oots IUnion Ihas no in tention of runtning the whole fahric of ý ý ;r', n ºt i ý1trcal.iý>tut~ts :Lli;rt .Rý.1.tr. I11ake lip the inodi rn nation. It only pro poses to runj the farmts. atnd the busi ricus of thno fi tn 'v. s is tie buisintess of t, the T: ulo · ·: 'It ! I!on t i waking tip to the fact that tit~tter ctt aiert~b1e 91h4 Hurl~cirahlt? i"itmmi i rants antI that th...

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. — 26 July 1907

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