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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 18 October 1907

SWANTED 500 Boy and Gfds To know that school will begin September 16th and that THE JOURNAL BOOK STORE is the Best Place to Zet your SCHOOL SUPPLIES. o We\ have the Most Complete Line of Sehllool Supplies ever brought to Welsh, including a Fine Line of the Standard Texts adopted by the State. A stock of Two lThousand Tablets, all sizes. A Fuill Line of Composition Books,such as you always want. S Pencils of All Colors and Prices, Book Sacks, Book Straps, Exami nation Talblkts, Rules, Iik, Pens, Pen Ilolders, Paints, Colored Crayons, PeIn- t cil and Ink Erasers, Pencil Boxes; some beauties, Slates and Slate Pencils, D)inner baskets and Buck ets, Pencil Sharpeners and many other things you a need when going to school. REMEMIBER: Our Goods are New, our to Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the h :: Cheapest to be Found in town. :: Journal Book Store. Bell (ity News. Edward Parent went io Lake Charles S turldav to have his eyes treated, Mrs. Stingfellow and family mafde a trip to Lak...

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. — 25 October 1907

--,-i2 1907. VObU- E V V ELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, L, ,T( BER, 2 1907. .ý," tm ,'+ ,ttttt nrt1ltttttnis tfi+. ,, ,1+ 1,m ,: f .!!l '. ifllll+ýt l1rfc ,11afnn+" : iA I. ELSI, CALCASIEUT PARISH, ,lO 1'Ul1lA1NA wih ocles TE SIGNAL CLOTHINGTHIN( STORE, which occupies the large brick building next to the furniture store, has ust received a Complete Line of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. whichocups helagebrckbu g _ ., rrC I  1 COMEANDobN SCO.E AND SEE JAKE. sJAKE A S S . LOUlilANA. L SSWELSH. **-ghrehiliii M B u %Itdi%4th lllai 1 Ii4iIMiII WORK BEGI CEIVE S WHAT Nearly $ will yll ou ve fo' to Ints bIi 1]}/ hh a ? Ihe , ____of the In held in i makes it Thisis easily Solved with n when you buy wher e hes /Texas a JOu can g'et I the mov in May w and bes Fresh YVeatabl1s, , intellihg Sward th sired ee arqts fd fected a ing sta ing the and to bots. andst tend tl iress i e will have ber an costal Friday Saturday: adver al wa; submi portic VEGETA BLErbai carrie Beets and Celery p...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 25 October 1907

WHAT IS FE-CU-NA? Is it a C.tarrh Remedy, or a Tonic, or is it Both? Some people call Peruna a great I tonic. Others refer to Peruna as a great catarrh remedy. Which of these people are right? Is it more proper to call Peruna a ca- T tarrh remedy than to call it a tonic? T Our reply is, that Peruna is both a tonic and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, t there can be no effectual catarrh rem- I edy that is not also a tonic. In order to thoroughly relieve any Ii oase of catarrh, a remedy must not1 only have a specific action on the mu :ous membranes affected by the ca- J' tarrh, but it must have a general tonic action on the nervous system. so Catarrh, even in persons who are otherwise strong, is a weakened con- `S 1 dition of some mucous membrane. lo There must be something to strength.- ZT en the circulation, to give tone to the arteries, and to raise the vital forces . e Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the It world has attracted so much attention from medical writers as HYDRASTIS Th CANADEN...

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. — 25 October 1907

JIFTSOFEVERYWHERE esvy fr''ts c,clurred at Marshall iday mInornin. .Tenness'ee In ierats have started Smoenie't ,tklin to the nomina on of a Sout itin man for President. It is s m.n. Ii c"i.('l' 'i annl; uncf C d that (011troller of I:, "'r. isu y iid eqly has acct'iet !; presidc lncy of the Mercantile N. tt::I: l Bank of New York. The sp(e'., i, ' lf , Presildent Roose voelt of th' I1 i ..! i : its on water ways have !,In I plHlhed in Paris as argumllt- ~r th!. imnprovemennt of the rivers ,f l"n', Followi 'l i r:'r' I with his sweet heart, No!,',' IhEa  a,.l, a Padueah. Ky., spwain, a g t;;i.:. )\ ars, swallowed a phial of car(:ilt acid i, dying froml the effects of th!' d:,. Joseph ('ii,.f, ha:s .,ignied the, final act of The' lie i, pel'ace C')infe'rtence for Amcrioant dl eaiion. ('ongratu latory m ss' s' loosetelt were pre sented at ti,' coisini session. Sam P. .iorris'. well known for mer Dallas .lx y er. died suddenly in Amarillo, wh.'re lh was on a busi ness trip. i i...

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. — 25 October 1907

The Iice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. N *E BOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVAN('E. i, - Entered at the postomce at Weash, La., M S 99FRIDAY, OCIIr.5, 1907 FRIDAY, OCT1'Oi1U1 K 5, 1907. To insure uublication all copy ohould be i iI Our office 1by Wednesday noon D.I.RIi -)"ut Annoumce ments. T'he nllnculll"Tolltrr t of rcnll ll iirttc ra viII Ini publi~hcI ill thiij n~u IWth aftit the p)ri DI.tricroffiee, gJifli, W,`lyit1 ll 1t) Au flOtlInaeenmeit ' ,uu, c ~h with the c rdcr. T 1() the pul ta, ,f1 t l':. 'iell lu tti'Il: ( t'e-ýpe 'tf, ,i'v ain111 '( ' li.e i ' .I.f a Ctla (iid i t, fo' &!l(.tiofn aM Stal, S ,'iit 1 thelic;l.ell, ilt of ti'M e :j:'ij of till s1n I tie ptalaje jai l 1f11..10111 II. ('O0P11R.  ecto thelri T. To the p(ctr, (if C;'a c1,ion týutri-h. I llll l l annou l, y Iserlf ; t ca i t foa lu Jennings il illl I amount-ce mistlf s a c'audidate In for the Inil, atil (,f lsheri of cal. rih Casieff ofais, sujlct to the action of sjct the...

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. — 25 October 1907

j.MANDELL gIElER and SURVEYOR to  \ E. Parent. ;Tramroads, Drafting pr lue Printing. anne f Building, I CARLES, LOUISIANA. rR paeock Time Card. EAST 1iOUND. S. 8:40 a. m. due . .11:52 a. m. 10due.................. 1:00 a. m. i0dle . 1:(0) a. m. I 4 due........ . 12:: ) p. m. 5 due.. .... .. :i.3 p. m. g due............ .. 4:15 a. m 7 due ....... .... 8:10 a. m. -,3 due . . i.h. t trains. o fur furthier information. hone . F. TUi'IlIs, Agent. aye, Haircut, "1 Shampoo or Massage Next Door to PE,,,t Office. DAN Ii. KEELY Successor to J. I). Kimball BICIAAC # TH " BLACKS'TH AND I Horseshoein; a Stecialty. Kimball's Old Stand, welsh, La. PHONE NO.7. Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. lIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. Itunar Rice Bran at Jones Bros. Mond Russian iron stove pipe :A .the mg fc Welsh Tin Shop. F. D. Calkins is building an ad- other dition to his barn. down (guns M". A. Neely was a business visit- gunit at or to Lake Charles Monday. P. J. Unkel was a business visit- Dl...

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. — 25 October 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO, Ltd., Pub. WELS1, --- --- LA. "Company Manners. "Mother has five daughters, and threw of 'em have good homes, where yOu'd think she might content herself. But now she's paralyzed, and she boards, and is taken care of by a stranger. It seems wrong. and I sup pose there's more than one to blame; but I've often noticed in this world that In sickness or in health we save our bad templer's for our kin, and our politeness for other folks. They say blood's thicker than water, but the only sign l've ever se(-,n of it is that blood relations make free to be hate ful to one another." The little seams tress told a bitter truth which applies to thousands of families where, if the bond of affection exists, the evidence of it is sadly lacking. "1o be at home" means too often to be rude and selfish and lawless. -"You children must get c on your complany manners for Aunt tih Sophy's visit," sail a mother to her it: noisy brood. "Whyv' I thought aunts do. were ...

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. — 25 October 1907

gIMES COMMITTED IN THE NAME OF LOX A Strange Epidemic of Murders in New Y( City in Which Dan Cupid Plays the Leading Part. That there is ", ally an epidemic atres in the -ai''cd name of lo pight well ap1,,' !hnl the rece startling re(tun  f fatal tragedies, .rge propolr0t o of \\ hich have h their scene in New York. "I killed her becu:se I thought s' was not true to too,. said Julius He san, as he loo1ki,, from the New Yo police to dying I)ra:a Seigel. "Will you rale no back?" demar Il Henry Fiscl 'r of Johanna Hoefr in attractive IIunIe waitress who w on duty at hir uTnc!'s lunch room, 8 Tenth avenu:e,. and as she didn't 1 ply he shot her down in cold bloc then turned the weapon on himself. Thus, on the police blotter, with 14 hours two more murders we charged to th!,- Itiirnd little god, Lot Why has (',iipi iradied his well-I loved and gente, \ weapons, the bow ai arrow, for !hi' nore formidable revl ver? In the dav:. hen Love was your and the siimp!' life an actuality, not theo...

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. — 25 October 1907

WANTED: 51 Boys ad d To know that school will begin September 16th and that THE JOURNAL BOOK STORE is the Best Place to get your SCHOOL SUPPLIES. o \We have the Most 'onplete Line of School Supplies ever brought to elsh, including a Fine Line of the Standard TIexts adopted by the State. A stock of Two Thousllad Tablets, all sizes. A Fiull Line of ('onipsiUtion Books,sucli as you always want. P'encils of All Colors and Prices, Book Sacks, Book Straps, Exauiiliatioii Tiblets, Rules, In k, Pens, Pen llolders, lPaints, C olored ('rayollns, l'en ciie and Ink Erasers, Iiencil 8oxe; some bieauties, Slates and Slate Pencils, D)inllner baskets and Buck- a ets, Pencil Sharpeners and Imany oJther things you a need when noing to scchool. REMEMBER: Our Goods are New, our u Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the b :: Cheapest to be Found in town. 0 Journal Book Store. 8 +000000000i(1 Rice Bran at Jones Bros. Bell @-ity News. Rev. A. A. liernuard tilled his regu lar app iint:ent here Suntday. ...

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. — 1 November 1907

VIII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOIAN OVB 1 1907. 20 DAYS SEMIANNUL SALEo of AT THE - LOWL LOW O PRICES 1: PRICES ;-- I NA SIGNAL STORE LOUISIANA. $ WELSH, ;IN TI-IE BRICEI B ILD SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2ND, 1907, SAND WILL CLOSE IN TWENTY DAYS. You all remember what Great SucceSS we had in our first sale, which success was accomplished by i You all remember what Great We intend to make this sale equally as good, if not better than our frst sale. Our 1I be marked down to Sale Prices that will astonish the retail trade. Competition will be Impossible. i--LOOK AT THESE PRI C L be mar ý -.O n -. " Wool Dress Goods : o4ne lot Wool Dress Goods 54 inches wide, regular $1.25 and $1.50 values; sale price $1.oo X00 yards of the latest patterns, regular 85c and $1.00 values; Bale price.......................65c Broad Cloth 54-inch Broad Cloth, regular $1.25 and $1.50 values; sale price per yard ........$1.00 Great Novelties in Silks Fine Silks, regular $1.25 and $1.50 values, sale price $1.o00 500 y...

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. — 1 November 1907

AMERICAN VEMAKING HAS IRR.D, UP THINGS IN CUBA Old Folks Are irmly of Opinion That the Methods Are Shocking, But th... e Younger People Seem to Think They Are an Improve C . ~.; . lent Over the Customs of the Past. . Havana, Cuba.--Think of taking .Iour fiancee to the opera witrlnur a: tchaperon! ('an you itmag;ie anything; worse? To invite her-to have an ic·e cream saoda--could anything be more ii *proper? - Can you conroivtte of any s lf respect Ing man inviting the girl who has , promised to be, his wife, to so, for a Car ride with hin with,,ut asking mother to go, too? Can the human ima ination cirn, pre bend anything so ý:drin as an auto ,mobile ride without a chap;,ron? Could any'thirng Le moltre shocking than a boat ride in the moonlight, alone with the woman you love? Doesn't it make your blood run cold ,when you picture your daughter sit ,ing on a bench in the park with her' aind nestling In the hind of the man 4ehe has promised to marry? ! Wouldn't you kill your future so...

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. — 1 November 1907

lRS' EDUCATIONAL I ICO.PERATIVE UNION I OF AMERICA i H CACKLE OF THE HEN. .ni ..th the cack!e iere is so n Ma idican ,h noises beat. whtle that th( the hen havry yar eminent author Snoise se .hl ' " hth is some ers of a large ,nods like $ " ,n thit of ahny be highly apl ,-00,001 ºt ,:,,, ;1,,, > os we0th producr h:;g (tton being suffer: gesith produc, -Get from a ~eond. weevils the half ounce F Defpg yin ': y' .vory year with one ounce C cng r(oulariv and without the ounces of Cc -ng roer, " rrlla. Shake 1 aid o governs h,,lle rt or brown take in teasl ot far; ,,n knows her own meal and at b, .or dolnnecor h,-,n in S her own of good wate ess and gos ,t it without It is claim( brutside .dvic,'. The annual pou ti- s of this y "os more viiahble than wheat tirs of this tr cor tn and surpasses the ease who wi r . cor orY .e •in this simpiy _-eue derived from the mining of in most case ggenue in most case -, mineralp result. Some man who had plenty of time This simpl his hands has...

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. — 1 November 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. NIE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANC(E. Entered at the postoftice at Welsh. La., as U*oond class matter. LFRIDAY, NOVEMBil H 1, 1907;. To insure publication all copy should be in our office by Wednesday noon. D. It. READ, EDITOtR. Annoumcements. The annurolunrceielt of caldidates will le published in this c·oilun ii ,ntil Nfter the pri mnaries, at the follhwn: rates: lParish and .District ittic.'e $1.uu, Ward and City Au nouincenents $5.00, cash with the order. I'F r 5atu ;pnai nor. T'o the people of Calcasieu Parish: I re- pectfully announce myself a candidate for election as State Senat or ihi nt next General Assembly of Lui;.,a, subject to the action of the den "l , l; t (. primary. DR. JOHN0 II. ('0P'Ell. For Sheriff. S. J. Iles. To the voters of Calcasien parish. tl I hereby announce myself at a can- p did ate for the Sheriff and Tax Col- o lect,,r of the Ptari oii i f (alasieu, La., ti subject to the action o...

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. — 1 November 1907

Fresh c :. M ANDELL The I Baptist Eigj ER and SURVEYOR DeBapem or to A. . P'arent. ment lat Tramroads, Drafting I am p, an Blue Printing, kinds of work nroi iding, me a call ýualle BUilding, Three Sc ARLES, LOUISIANA. Southern here Tu n Pacific Time Card. Francis, EAST BOr Nu. Mrs. i . .........8:40 a. m. Mrs. J. o due . ... ...11:52 a. m. e ........... ...1:00 a. m. visiting Sdue . .............. 4:06 p. m. to Crow WEST IOUND Phili . .....12:55 p. m. hi 6 due ... .. (:35 p. m. rough r g due... ......... 4:15 a. m l 7 due .... ...... 8:10 a. m. I oney N-os. I and 8 night trains. No. 501 Phone 34 for further information. e . F. TUBBS. Agent. resentii For Up-To-Date china r the tra yave, Haircut, Ro Shampoo or Massage honore ITINY HEBERT'Snm tender j 9 - very Sext Door to Post Office. Congr SCo .DAN H. KEELY the Suscessor to J. D. Klmball toW BLACKSHITH W AND Gabb WHIEELW RIGHT. e lerseshoeing a Specialty. Lo Kimball's Old Stand, This tWdeh, • had 1 fount Jouri PHlONE NO.7. Will ig...

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. — 1 November 1907

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL WELSH P'T'G. CO, Ltd., Pnb&. , WELSH, -.- - - - LA. The Princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH Author of "The Man on the Bo'," 1 '"Hearts and Masks." Eto. I (Copyri4hLt 1A, Bubbs-Morril Cu.) CHAPTER I. It is rather difficult in these days for S a man who takes such scant interest t in foreign affairs-trust a whilom diplomat for that'-to follow the con- a tinual geographical disturbances of European surfaces. Thus, I can not e distinctly recall the exact location of a: the Grand Duchy of l3arscheit or of g the neighboring principality of Dop- di pelkinn. It menets my needs and pur- t poses, however, to( say that Berlin and Vienna were easily ancessible, and rc that a three h ,urs' journey wouol la bring you under the shadow of the b} Carpathian range, where, in my diplo- at matic days, I used often to hunt the "bear that walks like a man." Barscheit was known among her sis ter states as "the meddler," the "maker of trouble," and the duke as "Old Grumpy"--lrummba...

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. — 1 November 1907

LOUIil NEIWS. HAMMOND. Th Fire Destroys Several Hundred Creo- bales soted Railroad Ties. 16, Hammoind, La.: A fire which far a date time tahrca'n('d to destroy 'thousands otif dollars wrth of the Illinois Cen- Kt tral lailroad Company's property to tl right of way and spread to several vote carloads )Of material standing on the den( track. It is supposed that sparks from a ckassin eorgine started the blaze, S and ties. 1win` creosoted, burned like Elm tinder. Tihe fire- was only gotten un der co(tr0 l aft'r several hundred ties alig had been destroyed and three cars be- Oat lontin t, Ilt llinois Central Com pany ha'l hIn oen the Baton Rouge, Hann,, 'i and Eastern Railroad, er which has been craded for several car miles east and west from town, and tio the work of layin"t steel has been in hol progress for a: week here. The TlanCiplhoa River Baptist As- Fa sociation is in session at Bethlehem me church, east of this place, and is be ing well attended by delegates from T ev-ery part ...

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. — 1 November 1907

WANTED: 00 Boys Girls To know that school will begin September 16th and that THE JOURNAL BOOK STORE is the Best Place to get your SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Ve have the Most Complete Line of School Supplies ever brought to Welsh, including a Fine Line of the Standard Texts adopted by the State. A stock of Two 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, Examinaji tion Tablets, Rules, Ink, Pens, Pen Holders, Paints, Colored Crayons, Pen cil and Ink Erasers, Pencil Boxes; some beauties, Slates and Slate Pencils, Dinner baskets and Buck ets, Pencil Sharpeners and many other things you need when going to school. eREMEMBER: Our Goods are New, our 6 Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the :: Cheapest to be Found in town. o Journal Book Store. oooooooo0:, £ Items From Ward Ten, Jenninc2s, La.. Oct. 26. Rlice harvest is nearing cofmpletion i, this section. George E. Maund finished cutting la;t S...

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. — 8 November 1907

~~ýe xl~~e~l "" y~L ME VIII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, NoEBE, 1907. NUSBE] lAUISIAA U`I%ýBH%ýt 190 GREAT SEMI ANNUL SALE WILL CONTINUE A FEW DAYS LONGER AT THE SINAL CLOTNG.ING STORE o-ftIN THE BRICK BUILDIN&.e-o The Splendid Bargains that have been offered at this Sale have made it the Greatest Success of the Season We still have a Full Line of First Class Goods at GIVE-AWAY PRICES. Come and inspect our Goods and Prices and be Convinced. pOLICE JURY REFUSE SECOND TIME TO inj CALLAN ELECTION AT SEQUEST OF pr PROHIBITIONISTS. SP Iue , th uaryatalller Comnplains that Pro 'IdMtloalsts were Makinig Fight re Against Sander rs For a second time the police jury of tt alessieu parish has exercised its ji govereiKn power in refusing to grant a the voters of the parish the prigi- a of voting upon the liquor ques. p n, and this, in tlhe face of the fact *e 4tat the request was backed by the ,dgnatures of more than two thousand voters. The vote stood as it did last ,mooat, four ...

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. — 8 November 1907

A TALENTED WRITEI ý- . Praises y : ....... Peruna as a 1k 1 ! Cafarrt Remedy MRS. E. M. TINNEY Mrs. E. M. Tinney, st, rv writer, 825 E. Nueva St., San Antonio, Tex., writes: 'Durinc 1:~h1 I siuffered formi nasal catarrh, which various other remneiues failed to relieive. "Nix bottles (f Peruna, which I took, entirely cured me, tie catarrh dis~a)pear Pg and t ceer returning. "L tllherefore n r: ll l l e in( l end Peruna to all similiarly, all ictcd." Mrs. Ellen Nagle, 414 4th street, Green Bay, Wis., writes: "I have often heard Peruna praised and it is more widely knowx in here than any other medicine, but I ne ver knew what a sd lendid medicine it reallv was until a few we,,ks ago when I caught a bad cold which sett ed all over me. "The d oltor wanted to preccrile, but I told him I was going to try Peruna and sent for a httle and tried it. ' [ feit much(' better the next morning and within five days I had not a trace of any lameness or anlv cough. "I consider it the finest cough rem ...

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. — 8 November 1907

CATIONAL I A Cure Th; Mrs. ýI4ry E t!IION Third Street CA - i may come and ay ýo, but the ne food s.eed at the always here, po- . und is the doing r, you living up dizzy spell you are, you have swelled an for the making of was nervoi I wonder Sany benefit to what Doal unfit to for me. wager buttons to and I e been of no use agold by l'nion needls you, Foster-Mi 'nioin. (Get close to Foster-Mi WIL anY ways to make pleasant affair and Picturesq is such a good way work that we are iderstand why there Amone lrse. in the I the mos sed for winter shel. tropics. A few planks prop- and all ave a world of feed expressE ing from cold by the told of utes. Are you made tors WE of stuff? and th2 ---- which ttend the local meet- them h and see to it that eration g doing. These meet- erThos the bhost and the most Bogob of the season. Make a poe ohat none of the mem- and dr or an absence. the Bi Lture demands that ev- and h a littleof all that he ants -ise, and it goes a lit- Liv It demands that ev...

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