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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 13 September 1907

ANTED: 1 00 Boys alld irs To know that school will begin September 16th and that THj I . O U R1 N UAL B O() K ST ) IZ E is the Best Place to get your SCHOOL SUPPLIES. 0 Me ha ve the Most (Coml)lete Line of School - 1)Su)lie(s ever' brought to \Welsh, including a1 Fine Liine of the StAý1dard (Texts adopted lhy the State. A stock of Two 'lIhousandl 'fTablelts, all sizes. A Full Linle of (loinposition Books, such as you always want. I'encils of All ('olors andl Prices, Book Sacks, Book Straps, Examination Tablets, Rules, Ink, Pens, 'Pen IIolders, 1aints, (,olored Crayonls, Pen cil amd Ink Erasers, Pencil Boxes; sotme beauties, Slates and S;late PI'ucils, I)iinner h)askets and 1 uck ets, Pencil sllarp)eners and many other thiiuigs you Gneed when going to school. 0 0 REMEMBER: Our Goods are New, our 0 Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the :: Cheapest to be Found in town. o Journal Book Store. 8 8oooooooooox ooooooooo8K Words From Those Who Know. Nacdlche., ''ex., April 4, 1907. Tyl...

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. — 20 September 1907

E VIII. \\ELSH, CALCAS[EU PI{ISH[I, LOUI.SI.ANA, SEP TEMHER, '2) 1907. -- '.L 00o00o000ooe00000000 o ox000 0000000000000 o00X000X0' 00ewC Clec LIARTIN BROS. & COMPANY Who are still taking the attention of the public with their Immense Stock of Goods pouring il contliuusily. ALFRED, CLERFEY AND CLAUD On deck with smiling countenances dishing up everything in the way of Latest and Newest StyIls oi LADIES', GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR QARMEMTS PIECE GOODS THAT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, SHOES, IN ENDLESS VARIETY TO SUIT ALL, When finished in the Dry Goods Department, just cross over to where  E - Iii Y holds the fort \ith GOOD THINGS TO EAT, always ready and anxious to wait on you, and WVILLAR .i), with MAUID S. Gin harness to take them right home to you. Prompt attention given to all orders From a nickel up. MARTIN. B OS. & CO., Welsh, 8 8 Loui siana. 000000000 00000 0000 0000 0000000 00 6 0 O000010 0 00< fl PROHIBITIlON CAMPAIGN INAUGU IATEDAT LAKE CHARLES TUESDAY NI...

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. — 20 September 1907

41 LOLQWEST HIV lAYLIZONWILSONT,, ;Rd caprvQ6nr neoý &-LorIA aAU8L UWC CwwiOcA,'w CHAPTER XXXIIT A Revelation Concerning tp TruOr" der of Marriage. \While matters .f Ih ,)ogy and con Sarigtrg;~lty e;j' being d ldated In IBox canyon, the lirtlc lent 7m1an down in . the first house to the left, in his strug gle to free himself, was tightening the mneshes of his fate about him. In his harried mind he had formed pad gr;at resolution. 11e believed tlat a rvec lation had cole to hiin. It 4geted to I(ress Ipolli him as Ihle cTinlatloa of all the days of his distress. lie could seeu\vw %a" h td fet. ft jt years before, wh~t1 lipr fi'rst met thle WIfe of Elder Tench, the gaunt, gray .worn an, toiling along the dusty road; aid again when he had found the imbecile boy turning upon his tormentors. A hundred times it had quickened with in him. And it had gained in force steadily, nual to-day, -,wen it- was overw linming him. Now that his flesh s wasted, It sq~ned that his SsbTit could see 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. — 20 September 1907

he stables before t ter of the fall. pded clothes and bills all paid tter than new clothes on credit. Sadds no plant food to the soil ceas no value as green ma the coarse folddlr with the feed so as to maintain the i n the ration. The cream immediately after it from the separator. It will 'tbhe butter better. e will thank You for your tfulness in sharpening scissors ,dbe kitchen knives. Fesat.bra nmiddlin] s roots and ,make a good ration for the pigs fed as breeders. Notice that we 0d corn. rre is economy in buying the made machine or i0l)1. But re r after you have bought it to ,ood care of it. isearth of the chicken pen floors ,a rich as many brands of fer Get it out on the land and afresh dirt. It will be better for blckens and better for you. pp that little gully in the field opened up with the last rain. 4 easier to lix now than after the rain or two have made the lnfinitely larger. lke a difference between the feed of the pies that are to become rs and those you are fattening...

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. — 20 September 1907

The Rice Belt Journa %% Ickh Prit;tiir a1i1'Ipaf1\ Lid. 4"%IK L ; .E.L ; t ' L. rj Is 11p &NfI SA. HE ERT Prop. e Hot -a and~2 Ca ~is ý. e un 64 !I p w' i - l fi ýý 1'1 L !i I I SiY: f f tt 1 ..~ a , ., I.it i, 7t I i)I (I~ W ; tit s ' ICINS t ~C~t~er YA\' ~h i, Pu y~ a ~- i i :7' LAUNDR 1.f 4 *I r V i ii tie'.1 Iii~ 1A3~ I' · ; JUST RECEIVED _,A CAR OF j Assortedi Canle Goodso $ Frelh frol llthe P'a;kers, and a Car of SCel r tei Siher Fox Flour. Call and examiiue them and see for yourself. Everything is SFirst=Class and our PRIRCES ARE RItGIT. $ Fresh Oysters Friday and Saturday. ' Everything that's wood to eat at the OEL GROCRY & MEAT MARKEL Welsh, - La. f . . . . . ... .i ~! Enthusiastle Receptlon Tendered the S W!.l.sh Teachers Friday Evening. 'The teachers of the city schools '.; tendered a reception Friday ev ii.. ;';;f w\hich was enthusiastic from be i:; tt) end, and bids fair for the N'I. '. ; Of ., ur schools this year itl ;hl an assurance that the parents ; der...

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. — 20 September 1907

T. . M. ANDELL CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Success,,: ;o A. E. Parent. Irrigation, Thanrvoads, Drafting and I[1ue Printing. ChavKE C e IBuiilding, LAKE H1,1S, LOUISIANA. Soutllern Peitlc Time Card. No. ti due .. :41) a. In. No.lOdue .. .......... 11:52 a. m. No du............ 1:00 a. m. No. 4 due .. ...... . .4:;,i) p. m. No. 5 due ... .. . .......1_.. p. m . No. due . ....... .... : p. m . No. d' .. . . ..... 4:13 a. mi No. 3 due .... .. ...... ý:1O a. m . Nos. and , 2 ,ht trai1s. Phone :4 t,~ ' f::;it, r inft nmation. .1. 1 I't luis. A\ ent. Oct'ý i I .\r - i o ui''' , O lr : Book Sti're. A tfull lii ' : re- . a1 ,- at tihe Welh B13:kt .l Oct, e o'r thie ,Journali Book St,'re. T ,oni !'\'I - \\:i 1.:6i' l,2 t(1 lititolds at the Lake \ilin : .1 SOctober i ,ilr,:I \.lai: t t he' ,J( tii'i al Book Store. Octoiber A.\i1-St rv :i the J( ournall Book Store. A. C.eMor:1n a wias tusIins vis ;litor to Lake Chlarles IM, :la\v. The Welsh Bakeryv car ris a full ,.ine of nice fresh "akes....

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. — 20 September 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO , Ltd., Puts. WELSI, - - - - - - LA. Fraternities and Sororities. It is only within comparatively re cent years that the opposition to col lege, and especially to high school, fraternities, sororities and secret so cieties has manifested any strength or coherence; but now it has reached a stage where it is almost national in its extent. During legislative sessions of the past winter at least half a dozen states passed laws prohil)iting such organizations in public schools, and in several other states there have been court decisions upholding the right of school committees to regulate them, by excluding the members from school and class honors and from school athletics. The charges against the fraternities and sororities are old enough to be well established, says Youth's Companion. Snobbishness. inattention to school work, extrava gauce, and the fostering of a spirit which gives allegiance to a cliq(lue rather than to school or class, are namong...

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. — 20 September 1907

AND IFARMERS' EDUCATIONAL I CO-OPERATIVE UNION I OF AMERICA ---- If you have contracted the ldump- o ing halbit, now is the time to get over p it easily. it Now that the mininmumn prices have gent rally been set, (don' t he a price-. (ultter :IndIt a (dll ltl)' er. A waryhotn.se will dto nohing for you, by irtolf: wlhtt vyr good may come of it (c' ws5 throll : lgh the use of it. ,a In all y( r Itransacionll leave Ihe in,.mpress that the uInion man is the man on whIm it will do to rely. Now is the tilll' of the year when t farmers lituin lip a great many houses t by failing to examine the flues. Cut t out the "defective tile" record this a year. I This is another week in which you I may fight the implement and vehicle 1: trust by taking care of your tools and c vehicles- and saving the purchase of g others. a t Blackberries and dewberries grow almost anywhere. and no other crop will yield larger income per acre. Have you arranged to plant some of:i these? i Those trees that you took ...

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. — 20 September 1907

WANTED: 500 Boys a Girl To know that school will begin September 16th and that '1' I E J U I RNA L BO) () I S'1 () IT E is the Best Place to get your 0 SCHOOL SUPPLIES. We have theit \l ot (.'o()lplete Line of School Siu)pl lies eve'r lrou'l)ght to Welsh, including a Fine Line of the Stalnda(ld lTexts adopted )by the State.. .\ stu.k of 'Iwo 'l'housand 'l'al)lets, all sizes. .\ Fll Line of (Composition Books,suich as you always want. IiPencils of All (Colors and Prices, Book Sacks, Hoo k 'traljs, Examinationl lablets, Rules, I tk, Pecns, lP(en 1 ol(Icdrs, Plaints, ('holored ('rayons, lPenu cil and In k Erasers, Pencil Boxes; some beauties, sletes and Slate I'Penc.ils, I )inlner baskets and Buck ets, IPenc(il Sharpleners and, many other things you need when goiing to school. RIEMEMB]ER: Our Goods are New, our Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the :: Cheapest to be Found in town. :: Journal Book Store. Panol Liver 1 W ý the Li7er, Stomach and Bowels working just right. That means...

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. — 27 September 1907

i e 1 ieeit Ii~urnaLl VIII. VBLSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SE1TEM Iº}R, 2 1907.1E 1. , -ý In Our New Store, With New Goods OUR OLD MOTTO: To give our Customers the Best for Less. WE AR. - ow READY TO S£RVE YOV. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, : LOUISIANA. a iz WELSH. - - - - LO Illa ili al i tl111111111 1111111 liii l llillW ill W W ill nil l aii l ... .. .. Iiit THE-HI i, NEW FALL GOODS 2: Are Coming In. fe TIE BIG STORE 8 ARIN BROS. & COMPANY Is now ready and in shape fori A FALL CAMPAIGN. We are Candidates to be Your Purveyor,8 It's up to you to ELECT thei Store wherein to do your Trading., .We are not RUNNING on ours reputation, but we are making every effort to please you with - LOWEST PRICES. S"Honest Goods, Best Quality, Full Quantity" i lve us an hour of your time. It will pay you. SMARTIN BROS. & CO., WELSH - " " L A RAILROAD COMMISSION APPEALS FOR MORE POWER. t d stractive Tactics of I'orporaotionis Prevent Execution of Needful Ordes. To the Peop...

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. — 27 September 1907

lTHE[ LUORD A'TALE OF THE OLD WEST cv HADRY LEON WILSON ,.Uo,,. C(IPYR/OHT /9Q.j BY LOT~fQQP PPUBL A~V COMPANY CHAPTER XXXIV.-Continued. But Prudence was not there, and he wondered with dismay if she had joined the rest of the village and gone out to meet the prophet. He had seen the last of them going along the dusty road to the north, men and women and little children, hot, ex cited, and eager. It did not seem like her to be among them, and yet ex cept for those before him working about the bowery, and a few mothers with children in arms, the town was apparently deserted. But even as he waited he heard the windinng ali' rm of a bugle, and saw a scurrying of backs in the dusty haze far up the road. The Wild Ramn of thle Mountains gave a few hiurried connmants for the very final touchl s, calle(d off his force from the now c3mpletot bowery, and a solitary Gentilo was for lthe moment left to gre,.! the onconming procession. Ptro-ently. however ,from the dark interiors of the log hou...

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. — 27 September 1907

Few C : by ron Williams. Only 1Nuttin136 2o universi WITH That i it rnt, BY" Hunts :1: bate ron patillam. troubeI glid Nutting. accoun bushes dies whor along the sdrely ig again with my basket and guaran e-deninf sho llhrs, spread out ,ba Johwe alt or a sucu not in the pits, whiles a bron plaer ard n t patlwaY. I glide are s biliar a wor tbii a Yi grove by it at the sam ide a0 mY cronies u trees we halt for a sucwill,- stern east ,s hgame ht ith it all is the lunch in their of the gods by a right In down the t spril nge are speed )C mor' ,billia Ing shore. ole, " ni ous bevy of boys, tanned and climb to inthe top with are back l tterl the nutis with a will, sternhat best of t all i the lunch in the baloftmen ast of theai ods y a boll's mothting nade. tam" cu rom the winds blow and the svenoUS bevy of boys, tanned and tsun ink to res t , we are back Te the trail gait that is laggai, a pace that woodshed nes day, held aloft oatting time. l eating again o'er my Fall nutting the ista o...

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. — 27 September 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FRIDAY, S.I'TIMII. 27, 1907. To insure publication all copy shoult be in our office by Wedne,lay noon. D. 1N. 1;E:.\, EDITOR. - & -49.0 SCity Barber Shpop, A. HEBERT, Prop. A Hot and Cold 1 f 4 9 rz 4zS J. D. KII1BALL, Blacksmithing \ I) Horseshoeing. All Kinds of i a Spcialty. Sho located on NSN th .tla\da Street. PHONE NO.7. Tie Welsh Liverv, ýe Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. For First-class Work Z 4M .. GO TO THE/ r ". JCHINESE LAUNDRY! S North of S. P. Depot. ~ SAM YANG, Prop. i E cesor to Jim Le SAA. " WELSH, . . .. LOUISIANA. , She Found Relief. If you are troubled with liver com plaint and have not received help, read this: Mrs. Mary E. Hammond, pMoody, Texts. "I was in poor health-with liver trouble-for over a year. Doctors did me no good and I tried Herb...

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. — 27 September 1907

a. MIANDELL ~NEER and SURVEYOR to A. E. Parent. tramroads, Drafting SBlue Printing. Osvaane Building, CHA LES, LOUISIANA. pl l cicle Time Card. EAST HOUND. S. . 8:40 a. m. de........ .11:52 a. m . e........... .. .... 1: . m . I due.......... ... 4:0o p. m . Idue ..... . due......... ... 4:1 a. m due ...... ... . :10 a. m . S due .... ... . -os. - and , night trains. -e 34 for furti,'r information. .1. 1. TuiSA, Agent. .zsh catr utrl~iu at .tunes Bros" October Argq)' :t the Journal k Store. dFine dried ti :,t ':aul W.. 1an Bi. A. Davi lu ,-; ent Sunday ill e Charles. Afull line Uof firtih cakes at the elsh Bakery.I October Ocean at the J.ourtnl k Store. R. E. Medus :tllI fatmily drove to Fenton Sunday. Fresh bread daily at 'Paul W. jniels. October Railroad M:um at the Journ .IBook Store. S. E. Crozet went to Edgerly on uissiness Monday. Beautiful line of ribb.mns at Paul .I. Daniels. October All-Story at. the Journal look Store. Anthony Hebert and fanmily spent oaday in Crowlcy. SM...

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. — 27 September 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL, WELSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - - LA. Explosion of the Earth. We frequently hear the theory ad. Vanced that the planets and suns ex plode and that our own earth might possibly explode from pent-up forces within. A high explosive exerts about the limit of pressure capaible of being exerted by gases set free and expand ed by the heat generated by any chemical reaction. Such a pressure, great as it is, is far tmo insignificant to explode the earth. Were the whole great molten interior of our globe to be replaced by dynamite and detonat ed, the explosion would not lift the earth's crust. We have but to calcu. late the weight of a column of gran ite of a height equal to the thickness of the earth's crust to see that the pressure of the crust on the molten in terior far exceeds the pressure exert ed by exploding dynamite. We have seen that the speed of the detonative Wave is about four miles per second. The speed of the earth in its orbit is four time...

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. — 27 September 1907

AMP 1EVIL COSTS RAILROADS MILLIONS A SERIOUS PROBLEM FOR MANAGERS Common Carriers and Charitable Or ganizations Alike Seek Remedial Legislation---Wrecks and Robberies Are Laid to the Doors of Vagrants ---Problem Most Acute in Eastern States. Chicago.--1What to do with the thou. sands of tranfl s who wander aimlessly about the counlry and interfere with the safety of passengers traveling on the different railroad systems has be come a serious problem, and has aroused the charity organizations and the railroad companies to the need of a general cooperation with the an thorities in an attempt to put an end to vagrancy in all its forms. At a recent conference of represen tatives of several large railroads in Minneapolis there was presented from each road a set of figures approximat. ing the amount of damage sustained by the different systems through the depredations of tramps. The total sum reached the amazing figure of $25,000, 000. The showing made in the reports was supplemented by r...

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. — 27 September 1907

WANTED: 500 Boys andl Gl To know that school will begin September 16th and that TI E JO U RN A L BOOI S ST() IZ E is the Best Place to get your SCHOOL SUPPLIES. We have the Most Complete Line of School Supplies ever brought to W\elsh, including a Fine Line of the Stanldard Texts adopted by the State. A stock of 'lTwo Thousand Tablets, all sizes. A Full Line of Composition Books,such as you always want. Pencils of All Colors and Prices, Book Sacks, Book Straps, Examiiiation 'Tablets, Rules, Ink, Pens, Penii Illlo rs, Paints, Colored Crayons, Pen cil and Ink Erasers, Pencil Boxes; some beauties, Slates and Slate Pencils, I)inner baskets and Buck ets, Pencil Slharpeners and manIay other things you need when going to school. REMEMBER: Our Goods are New, our Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the :: Cheapest to be Found in town. :: SJournal Book Store. ooooooooooo~ooooooooo small local telephone Ih ,- it, Louis iana which, while enallin- their pat rons to Iecei ve the benefit of ,pr...

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. — 4 October 1907

__ ______[ 3e11_trournat iM \' Ill. VI 2.E SIH, CALA SII P. PX I S1 I, LOUISIANA, t("'(,IER, 4 1907.ll .. . ..... . .. . i 8 . ... .. ....... ... ... ...... ... ... .... : L Ilohair, Tricot, Clothing, Ladies' and Mlen's () Overcoats, Pants. Silks, Bedford, Metrosei Boots, Underwear, hirts, Overalls,Gloves, ~oods, .serge, BroarC1d h.i. Shoes, Necties and Collars, 'Frunks and Suit hite Flanel', Panama,, Wait, ds,. Hats, Quilts and Blankets, Cases. Stitfthigs g n our store i t:.". t- Class, New and - U . ro'4D ate and we ask you to call and inspect our goods and satisfy yours~ves of the great - ales we to offer you. Re'~t#l " ,cur new place:of. busines is i :t the building formerly occupied by H. B. Walling. A) (jNAL { )THING STORE, - I1OUISIANA.  WFio w vlJ'' i ý ýlil l lli ýý1 f i l j IIII iUI "IIIibýý ,ii. i ýiiii lýlilll llliilii I1IIIII1IIIýl f ilý iiiii liiiii uiliiiiiilC yOU WILL ALWA~YYS EN JO' YOUR lEAiLS $ E J Y-if you Buy At The.-me , iMODEL GROCP ,RY, f wugp- $ a We...

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. — 4 October 1907

A TALE OF TElL OLD WEST & II YUU LEON WILSON4,p, L P NS ..,,..,..,- ...,. th . 'j,,.,&p ,.,u'z,,V CtLWV,.CI-Y , CHAPTER XXXV.--Continued. lie way Mill 'll":>', hr ýla' t1 . tear- \V, ful; but ; . w - i!, l a dl th.,r,' h,. in the faes I 't: li!, i i: .:,n t - d w as lo)kin " t ,ii c y I~ 4'1 11`. . came to .1s It i i an i arly iday \\lii n d there was ir.1 O le, i I ;!i 11lll'ey to 111 print the leok of .\hrlloni.-SOulle on revelations are firti (;od, someI tI ro II li man, and somin fromll the Th il.' lR- anl calling the manly chasi:ellins (;(ld has Ihl put iupon us, may We not have faill e(n to test all our other r.velatltns by of this one?" th Deep within he was anicry at hinm- G( self, for he was not spleaking with words of tire as he had meant to; he if was feeling a shameful cowardice in lit the presence of the l'rophet. lie had sl: seen himself once more the Lute of the de Holy Ghost, strong and moving; but st now he was a poor, low-spoken, hesi- m tatin...

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. — 4 October 1907

TABLE DELICACIES RECIPES FOR BOTH NEW AND OLD DISHES. To Prepare Unfermented Grape Juice-Canned Grape Juice With Sugar-Raisine Marmalade Is an Idea from France. Unfermented Grape Juice.--V'ash and pick t,", si),md Concord grapes, rejectinu '., : ': are soit. Put in a stone jar ud tac' this in a boiler, with c,11 V. L'i' to ne'arly the depth of the jar. \\ it a wi\ i S mult 51oo1 ertushl lightly wh'i.i 'l ...: I l,.l in to cook, at the same timlL I<lhin h tihe gratLes from the top of t:, j Itr It, rd tthe bottom. Cook about ,.) hourS, or until the graipes alti . t s~,ft't.e il. Then tour intoa late, ' : to rain. t10 not press or squeeze , the jui'e will be ('clotiudy. Have ready I ;etly 1(cleat anld wvell sterilized Uli,, t',s with tthe patent china or ii''.t' top's. If youl do not have that'. n,' SBiil" ',tir corks are( new, sOakinli :hin ti lii t in cotl water so they calt, h, I' , ,d in tightly. Re bheat the jitO n the hboiling point. cook steadl:": it: 1 t lan iit', remol i...

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