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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 22 November 1907

"Patience! Nol marriage but the 1 Scertificate." "You have hear bock, a cashiered "Yes. I under: rascal to whcm y "Well, this cer out comlpletely. her highness cotn "A forgery." T heT "It is a terribl, has gone too fz She is to becol mann Steinbock. the certificate t( s"But the bann public." "But why det Ing restless. 11 good would conrr "It Is necess; By HAROLD McGRATH should be pres not a gentlem Author of Steinbock is a "The Man on the Box," events, I begin "Hearts and Masks," Eto. rival as timely. liable quantity "I begin to I: "He is to r4 (Cupyright, 1w5, Ulbbs-bMerrillCo.) his part in th SYNOPSIS. to leave the c "But the pr Th American consul to Barscheit, a Ti, American onlul tolp'. tells how the tary's seal, t' rinl--" .Lrand. duke had tried to find which attend' t t f ,r Lis rebel,' lious niece, tlhe ildI ,gard"e. inally decreeing mered. a '" w t li' rin'e of Doppelkinn, "You will uthat .l~i i' 1 o r, ruIlr of the neigh tun ",,, ',, l'li r ug he hhad been ness is a prlg ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 22 November 1907

Incorporated Capital $250,000 'Phone No. 28, Oueydan, La. THE LO IKE RICE RMS, AL And Cattle Ranch before making your 1908 Arrangements. :: :" Situated 5 miles west of Gueydan, 1i miles south'of]Lake:Arthur. One of the "Show" vlaces of S,-utnwec.t Louisiana. I:ich Lands. Good Crops. Fine Cattle. Over $25,000 Spent in lmprving Klondike Plantation. in past e; y,,rs. 5. ) a ,ri po i c' lan]:tds. 10.000 acres pasture' land under fuc". S;,t., : ,'' ,d twwo-storV ilatitt and I aperedl houses withtharns, etc. F'ifteW' I,-,l(.,,i it.0 cLd in porte.td (Id dlonlcst c cattle. Five hundred' calves raudi d t. ly. I'ift -five Il e ',ar ed wire fence. Two big ware houses. Pumping Plant throws 0o,ooo,ooo gallons water a day from the lake, als, four det'p wells. Only two thousand,.acres Iplanted yearly. I alance (,f and heing 1pastureld. Free (f red rice, etc. Seven miles of dred gel can ai,. N ii, i es (of lateral'. Goud graded roads, 'phone line, school, church, daily mail. New 18-foot Drainag...

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. — 29 November 1907

,. LOUISIANA, T(N)V BER ,Z9 1907. LLA WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, OB. QUEEN QIALIT ADIES SuOEs. A New and Complete Line at the Signal Clothing Store AA~c~eoo oQ%44~4MORIO~ O 31Das 1 sDay thi Beginning Dec. I1st fANNUAL REDUCTION SALE. " 31 DAYS OF ENUINE BARGAINS s Remember the Place: i WELSH JEWELRY COMPANY. ill . RC Ih NSuALS. fro fTERRIBLE CATASTROPHE. S-- Rice said Contents Burned.--Owner dama 3 Dies from Shock. as it About four o'clock Sunday after- nearl: iO the home of J. A. Bardel, ities, ie F4 ling eight miles northeast of Welsh numb or discovered to be on fire, and al- verdi If h gh the members of the family have you strenuo0s efforts to save the weati pro tents of the house, the fire was un- woul Ar such headway when discovered fair i la S It was impossible to save any- o TrJ tdag, except the piaco and a few oe s of lesser value. During the rice `.rs` Mr. Bardull who was subject to 4; pells of heart trouble, beeitme so ex- lmg wilph g.ted and exhausted from heat and wemr o...

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. — 29 November 1907

THE KING'S RECALL David Returns to Jerusalem. STORY BY THE "HIGHWAY AND BYWAY" PREACHER (CopyrLgit , 1lV7, b) the Authr, W. b. klauo. Scripture Authority: - 2 Samuel, chapter 19. OC*00000,000000.00.,00W00, SERMONETTE. "Why speak ye not a word of a bringing the king back?"-Sad that the king has been forced to flee; but sadder still is it that 0 the people are slow to bring him - back. What a picture we have here of the human heart and its re lations to its Lord and King, Jesus Christ. The alluring voice of self-in dulgence and sin speaks in the ear and it steals away our O hearts from loyalty to the true 0 King. The next step in the down. O ward course is open rebellion against the rule of the true and rightful Kino. ,. The king is driven forth. One 3 cannot read the chapter re counting David's departure from Jerusalem without an over whelming sense of the sadness .? and shame of it all. But how infinitely more tragic and sad is it when the King of kings ad Lord of lords is forced...

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. — 29 November 1907

Ri Madeby g and T!roul 6. e res upon the mind, ble preya ition; beauty, nai vigor and cheerful- ma H ess soo,n disappear to when the kidnC s nre out oc order or Us eased. T1 }idnev trouble has becomle so pre':alient va that it is not uncom- tic mon for a child to be born afflicted with Heak k:~uieys If the , toooften. if the urine scalds when the child reaches an uld be able to control the s S-afflicted with bed-wet- o it, the cause of thedifi t-oble, ad the ir t st°w , the treatment of ( ' orga:sased condllitlio ofI bladder and not to a people suppose. wPeolae are niade iser ev asnd bladder trouble, the sanle great remedy. the immecdiate effect of is soon realized. It is sold in fifty le bottle fn, also a tome of srrmpP-ot ,iug all about Swamp-Root, tli ~ of the thousalnds of testi received froti sufferers ti Dr. Kiner Co., be sure and menution ort maike any mistake, thea o'ene., oW:a,-Root, - s $walup-Root, and ithe ad ton, N. ., ou every A Reliet. stifed up into a sitting pos ...

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. — 29 November 1907

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. SIRg DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh. La., as 5eoond class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEM B El 2, 1907. To insure publication all copy should be in our oflice by Wednesday noon. D. It. READ, EDITOR. Anounmcements. The announnce entl of oandidates will hle published in thi r.olilmne until after the pri maries, at the, followieng rat:es Parish and District oflices $10.00. Ward and City Au-I nauncements $ 1.0, cash with the order. l',r a;tIt 3 dalor. To the people of Calcasieu Parish: I respectfully announce myself a candidate for election as State Senat Or in the next General Assembly of Louisiana, subject to the action of the democratic primary. DR. JOHN H. COOPER. For lI·pr(es l, ltlive. a. A. Fairchild. We are authorized to announce the ( name of S. A. Fairchild of Vinton, as a candidate for the House of Repre Sentatives of the. next General Assem bly of Louisiana, subject to the act...

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. — 29 November 1907

iIL MANDELL ENGINEER and SURVEY Sil65sor to A. E. Parent. g, Tramloads, Drafti rsad Blue Printing., S .-.- lavfnne Building, .CHARLES, LOUISIANi ..ther Paciflc Time Card. EAST tkOUND. Sdue............ ..... 8:40 a. *odue........ ......... 11:52 a. SOdue ... .......... 1:00 a. due ................. 4:06 p. 4due....... •WEST BOUND . due. ................. 1.1:. p. due .... ..... 6:35 p. *due............... 4:15 a. ...due. ... .........8:10 a. * Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. : 34 for further information ,T. F. TUBBS, Are .For UIp-To-Date ye, Haircut, shampoo or Massal TRY : IY HEBERT s EO P i dt;Door to Post Office. RAN 1H. KEELY Succ. sor to J. D. Kimball WLACKSHITH AND WHEELWRIGHT -Horseshoeing a Specialty. iKimball's Old Stand, Waelsh, .* * * . . L jI.0, G, EWIN( EXPERT HORSESHOEIr .BLACKSI1ITH and WIHiEELWRIGHT. Two blooks west of Welsh Machij Shops PHONE NO.7. atd Sale S IApsaf AII.Kinds, With or Without Drivers. 01IVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. Seed oats at Jones Bros Russian iron s...

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. — 29 November 1907

RICE BELT JOUURNAL WBLSH P'T'G. CO., Ltd., Publ WELSH, -- - - ----LA. The Princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH Author of 'The Man on the Box." d "Hearts and Masks." Etc. (Copyright, 119, Bobbs-Merrll C.o.) SYNOPSIS. Arthur Warrington, Amert'an ,onsul Pt o Barcheilt, tells how reignlrg Graild e attempts to force his nice', I'rin- l es Hildegarde, to marry Prince 1) opple nn, an old wid(ower. Warrington does t know the princess ev\n by sight. ga lie horsetaclh riding in th. country ght overtakes him and Ihi( see(ks aRc() - l odations in a dilapidatted eastle. IIh,,, 1 finds two women and an old min ,I rVant. One woman is Prinlccss ]iildhe rde ind the other. a frienId, llon. letty tii oore, of England. The-.. detain hii t i tness a mock marriage htweenr the ncess and a disgraced army otii.er. teinbock, done for the purpose of foiling till grand duke. Steinbolk attempts toy the princess and she is rescued by arrington. Steinbock disappears for d. Max Scharfenstein, an old Ameri friend o...

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. — 29 November 1907

THE FORTYI~-81X T S& [ME K{LAHIOMA, "the Land of Now," (embracing Okla homa and Indian Terri tories), entered the union as a state on November 15 with a population of about 1,5o0,000. The government censis (four districts missing) shows a population of 1,40)S,00 . In addition to the persons residing in the four niiss Ing districts, a number of Indians not reached by the census takers are be lieved to have been omitted from the governiol' t: t census total. The Indian is passing out of the life of Ok!ahomn into its history. But he is still as much in evidence in Oklah:mna as the negro is in a number of northern states. Records believed to be ultra-conservative show that the new state of Oklahoma contains 72, 0W)0 Indians. Only about 10.000 of these, however, are more than three quarter blood. The wild Indians of Oklahoma exist only in history. The redman of the present is adjusting himserf to the white man's civiliza tion. "Oklahoma" is a Comanche Indian word, sigsilying the "Lan...

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. — 29 November 1907

EIcorporated Capital $250,000 'Phone No. 28, Oueydan, La iE KLONDIKE RICE FARMS, CANAL And Cattle Ranch before making your 1908 Arrangements. :: :: Situated 5 miles west of Gueydan, 1i miles southlof'Lake-Arthur. One of the "Show" places of Southwest Louisiana. Rich Lands. Good Crops. Fine Cattle. Ovr 25000 Spent in Iproving Klondike Plantation. in past 3 years. .5,00) acres iplrov'd rice lands. 10,(1) acres pasture lani under fence. Sixteen good two-story painted and papered houses withlbarns, etc. Fifteen hundred head imported and dohmestic cattle. Five hundred calves branded yearly. Fifty-five miles barbed uwire fence. Two big ware houses. Pumping Plant throws go,ooo,ooo gallons water a day from the lake, also four deep wells. Only two thousaud,acres Iplanted vearly. Balance of land being pastured. F'ree of red rice, etc. Seven miles of dredged canals. Nine miles o(f laterals. Goodl graded roads, 'phone line, school, church, daily mail. New 18-foot Drainage Canal cif l sLlS--ft n...

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. — 6 December 1907

Sl) rie __t oram IME VIH. 1 ELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LIOUISIANA, 1)ECEMliBER, 6 1907. N IBER 7. QUEEN QUALITY LADIES' SHOES. A New and Complete Line at the Signal Clothing Store l I mmm iNnun~m mio |ooin n++a oowoon noo_ oonllam o ioo I V V W - - 1 - - - I M F - .r v v vvy W wy W W 7 W 131 Days 31 Days Beginning Dec. 1st ANNUAL REDUCTION SALE. X S 3 DAYS OF GENUINE BARGAINS. T Remember the Place: ;i WELSH JEWELRY COMPANY. 31 Daysj 131 Daysf I" -·umma -~,in nqlU 4 S lnmmiiYmulna mllunllIllnCCnmmI m unmlli MIEW PROHIBITION PAPER. To Be Pnblished in laeke Chnrles by Parish Prohll:ltiou ,'nommiltee.-1). II. McLeod nii ; ICe Editor. 'The first issue of the "earchlight, the new prohibitio,' ogan to be pub liahed at Lake Charles, will appear Thursday. Tuis paper will be pub lished by the Calcasiku Parish Pro hibition Executive ..,mmittee. Its purpose is the dftata: of the liquor iratfiiln this parish. The committee, after tloking over the tield carefully, decided that a'paper flevOted to t...

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. — 6 December 1907

MESSAGE SENT TO CONGRESS Presidcnt's Recommen cdaticns on Natiznal Legislticn., AS TO CURRENCY QUESTION Many Defects of Prefert System ti Are Pointed Out by Chief Executive. NrOT TIME FOR TARIFF Pcstponement of Discussion of Re vision of Schedules Until After Presidential Election Urged --Ne. tir cessity for Improving Waterways of the Country. dcri 'ashington. ie. -'rl nt ose- t ue lt i n I .l i' , li ls \ 'l to r - Otsly wilith ;tr lt.rs national iii; lllipur- to t Stance. lIGf mirnt the reclln disturb- to t thatt tlc hoa0o ritl< ( f I n-v y tihe p - ao r Stie, tst f ping it in s lund bat£ii, ff Was ath, lit't tgr e ,, of insanc.ial stringe y ', c (h tr ard ta grate il'r. | pays a tlriblte to illp 4the general hon.sty the imen engaged -bly In the bankiig b,'sUiiiss.t After u(ltits f tm his last annual th dent asserrts ,t th e presi- ft , road f th at Its tir have rin n t stway change ui d decrIm , it is the ilnlry of the ilation al gt ruin - to t tnuail rn on ' ' , g ,ea t wi...

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. — 6 December 1907

eralDemand Informed of the World has for a sinln pleasant and iud laxative re n lty of known 1lative which p'hsiceans could fo family use lecaue it.: corn Sre kno~ i t, te111 to be aod truly benefiial in effect, to the systeru an1 gentle, yet in action. ying that de~mandl with its ex ao.bination! of Syrup of Figs and SOISenna, the Cahfo,rnia Fig Syrup along ethical lines and relies itsof the laxative fur its remark  one of many reasons why 1Fi~s and El:xir of Senna is given f nee by the 'Aell-Informed. its beneficial effects always buy ne--manufactured by the Cali Syrup Co., only, and for sale aing druggists. Price fifty cents i il i 't. Experience. 4 lztperlence is the best teacher," ked the man who indulges in sayings. , fes,, answered the skeptic; "but asionallY, as in distinguishing be to mushrooms and toadstools, L g education comes too late to be d l service." Shy Amateurs. a plendid spectacles." that is the laition towards which athletics in gland are gradually d'ifting, and...

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. — 6 December 1907

- , Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE IOLLAA A YEASR I ADVANCE. Entered at the postofice at Welsh, La., as eioand class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1907. To insure publication all copy should be in oar ottice by Weanesday noon. D. I. READ, EDITOR. Arniouncereuts. The aulioUn[NlI)Irit of ranidi4aatei will bO pub ished in this (n n'mi unlitil ý'fter the ),r "YON,~l at the- i rai-i P~arishl and 3I1strirt otlice, lill~li), Wa'd and it All). - a*uneSments $ .Oo, traL with the order. 'To tlh petL''': o,>f ('aleasieu 'arish: 1 respectfullt auuounce myself a c andlidate hfr (tlttior as State' Senat Or in the niext (ieeral Assembly of Loui,,ianil, subjectt to the action of the dernocrati' priimairy. DR. JOHN H. COOPER. i'b r ! prosy l i ve'. ,., ,t, Liirrlilld, \We are a authitried t>o afnacounce the name if ..\ . .Fairchild of Viutton, as a candid;:te for, the House of Itepre sentatives of the next General Assem bly of Louisiana, subject to the actio...

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. — 6 December 1907

T. M. MANDELL SENINEER and SURVEYOR S9essor to A. E. Parent. Ttramroads, .Drafting gPd Blue Printing. Chavahnlt Building, ULE CiLIt, LOUISIANA. er PI'aciflc 'l'ime Card. g~AST i1;.O ). 8:40 a. m. od due ...... ...11:52 a. m. oa ue........ ......... 1:00 a. m . 84 due ... .......... .. 4:06 p. m. 0o . du e . . . . . p-m . WEST BOUND S .. ..... : p. m. 95 due. .. 6:35 p. m. lo. due... .. 4:15 a. m |" due ...-.. 8:10 a. m . lo. due Nos. nd n night trains. j one 34 for further information. .1. F. TUIiBS, Agent. Save, Haircut, Shampoo or Massage ANTHONY HEBERT'S Next Door t Post Office. Nex Door to Post Office. DAN Hi. KEELY Successor to J. D. Kimball BLACKSMITH AND WiHEELWRIGHT. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Kimball's Old Stand, la. 10, . EWING EXPERT HORSESHOER, BLACKSlIITH and WHEELWRIGHT. blocks rwest of Welsh Machine Shops PHONE NO. 7. S welsh Li7ery : end :111 tis Rigs of All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. Seed oats at Jones Bros. Russian iron stove pi...

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. — 6 December 1907

scanfial or r C THE E BELT JOU AL untamable, but EWhen these t CO,, parent heat it WUEL P'T'G. CO, Ltd., PabL tixedness of pur Su (tOlnlllOII race. WELS - - - - LA. tui'ned that shi . -linn; she wa that she shotuh with the algeh this out to Sill' I "ave you ni "My reason c " -T he not suppoSe tit pleasure in fI leave Ie no l) P~i ss ~broken notoe In "I love her "'but I must h Observe what Elope plished in the moil." The d "by sins? By HAROLD McGRATII ',et Us cal slons .i. 4 Auther of horse a., . nu Th Man on the Bx.' (len bicylC1'S "HTaM and MoSkS" Eto. have stolen I you ran awa and visited h have bribed (aQelrglygk i. Bubbs-Merr iloJd wheL you 0 thrust aside nothing; yet S SYNOPSIS. state papers Arthur Warrington, American consulitc to break to Barschett, tells how reiglning litc to brea Duke attemp t fore his nelce, Prin- quence of tt s. IIildtglde' to marry Prince DoPpl- The girl. E :klnn. an ol. widower. everington does not n the Iri s everrington by sight. to which he Whnote ...

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. — 6 December 1907

LOVE PROVES SUPERIOR TO LAW'S DECREES "This One Shall Have the Child," Says the Court, and the Other One Proceeds to Cao ture the Offspring of the Broken Partnership and Run Away With It: "Let Us Take a Sleigh Ride," He Sug gested to the Boys. Tore the Child from the Arms of the Astonished Woman. Mrs. Cadiex'Selzed the Boy and Made Her Escape in an Auto. New York.-Are the courts of the country turning into schools for kip napers? There is this newest case, for ex- E ample, of Mrs. Maude C. Clare, of No. r 20 West Eighty-fourth street. Mother hunger proved too much for her-she kidnaped her little boy, though he was In the custody of another, by order of t the court. When the learned judge hands down his decision in the case of Smith vs Smith, does it mean that at once the divorced father or the divorced moth er of the little children must turi kid- t naper? Nobody consults the children, a of course. The wise verdict has -been renderpd. o Mrs. Smith is free to resume her maid- t en na...

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. — 6 December 1907

PUBLIC SAL We will offer at Public Sale on they Gabbert falrm, 11-2 miles nlorth and 1-" mile west of Roanoke and 3 niles east and 1 1-2 miles north of Wid~1, on beginning at 10:00 a. m. sharp, the fol lowing property, to-wit: II head good work mules, I work horse, i cow and calf, 7 head of hogs, two dozen chickens, i Buckeye drill with fertilizer attachment, 2 John Deere gang plows, I Canton gang plow, 8-inch walking plow, 4 three and onefourth inch wagons, one good as new, I Deer ingl deal binder, 6 sets work har ness. 2 discs, i harrow, 2 saddles, 3 buggies 2 sets sin gle harness. Tools, consisting of shovels forks, grind stone and other articles too numerous to mention; also HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. , £10 and under Cash. On sums over $10 a credit of eleven moths wil 0e n purchaser to give bankable note bearing 8 per cent SintereItIfrom date. 5 per cent discount for cash on time purchases. Property must be settled for before removed. FREE Lý~NC~ AT NOON. B. A. RICHlART. 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. — 13 December 1907

Sobe eL I !urn a 0VllME ¥III. 'ELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER, 13 1907. BE 2. NICE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS Christmas Gifts for large and small, including Gold and Silver Hantd!ed Umbrellas. 10 Per lent Discount on Christmas Goods. Fine Souvenirs Given to 'verybo Signal Clothing Store ~0 ~~~~r~~Sc~, ~~P/.~ Lcn~~a 40- Y-%4 I*P M VL^r.- - mew- , .*0 SYI -64 ON " 4rL· 0- '4Q .4' - S W ~O C '4 SS ' " 4 ,A ý Y . + +^ý+ w+ ++ý++++ M+++ M M+ + +- lw WN 0 6 _ m + ate -.h -4 o-4 - -_ w -4 0- -we W _ we * i1i;CHRISTMAS PRICES- DTWEL 1847 ROGERS BROS. SI FOPR CASH ONLY. TWELXTE tIV'_1V _ J.- IrD. SILVERWARE. tt ...*.......***********...*.....: IN WHICH TO MAKE YOUR CHRISTI1AS PURCHASES. 4 , 4, to OUR store. We can supply your wants. Everything Up-To-Date and OUR Prices the Very Lowes CLOCKS Gent's Nickel Case Elgin Ladies' 14k Solid Gold El- Sterling Silver Novelties Chains, Charms, of Movement Watch gin or Waltham movement of Emblems ALL /IAKES $5.00 $20.00 ALL KINDS and Lockets T...

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. — 13 December 1907

FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION I OF AMERICA - THE SUPREME POWER. The hbank power is the supreme power in this so-I a!lh i Republic. Grover ('leveland saidl ift,' n years aSo that the 1 :t!s had jpower to wreck the Goveoment in fo ty e'iht hours, and be w:as in a psitiin to iknow. The mnerchaints tf"n;ilI before the banks. The whloP horde of sic'uulators who ,, Eeek profits and .gains by Iieains other than hona.st old hard work live in con stant fear that the tanks may slip a cog and all their pl:ans 1. "pi.'." The farmers--the- .!:s. ,n whsom all earth ]y h1,opes delpen/l--do not know when they put the cotton seed In the ground ;hether the crop, after all the year's hard labor for themselves and their families, will be worth thirteen cents or ten cents or seven cents, because they do not know what the bank power may decide to do. And as for the press, whether Democratic or Republican, it Is simply a megaphone for the banks. The newspapers of the popular schools "#f poli...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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