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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 14 November 1902

a, - - LOUUSIANA ¶'hLare is nothing small about Mon Sana, where a man is accused of of fering a bribe of $2,500,000. Religious conditions in Chicago must be peculiar when a clergyman's mind turns to the invention of a bullet-proof Vest. Sir Thomas Lipton is going to shortdn the Shamrock. She will be short enough at the conclusion of the race. The Women's Federation at Toledo discussed the ideal woman. Can't tell you anything about it until the model arrives. New Jersey should change her coat of arms and should adopt as the cen terpIece of her new one an octopus couchant. Mary MacLane received 100 offers ýf marriage while she was in the East. No wonder Mary thinks the East is "a crazy old place." " Col. Taylor of Chicago has fallen heir to a castle in Germany. He will find that it costs more to maintain it than a castle in Spain. Presidnt Eliot of Harvard says gambling is a vice of savages. The gentlemanly Fiji islan'ders in Wall street will please take notice. A lot of Swiss bicycli...

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. — 14 November 1902

AUTUMN ON WISCONSIN RIVER. m i n r-- ,u c . ::·P~-# *': \~·.. 2i .·. ' > 7k fr; il * . ..r .* ·Y!c~ i·..: ry - "' i _ : - .- .' : .·`· ~T~·: ,. ; . 3s" : s · PF -h/y u JMlCig -I-di ~i /:~ · 6·..:F~i··'*-· - 4· Pht byEgne31~1 hcg ~··: 'All diCYre h FOLLY OF GIVING ADVICE. whi ms Inder Any Circumstances It Is a Most do Thankless Occupation. gr O:iving advice is rather a foolish th practice, fdr the reason that people do lot ibout what they please, and they sel- fri lom wish or heed advice that does not en irge them to do just what they wish th ind intend to do. The man that vol utecers to give advice runs a risk of h( b.eing told to mind his own business ti or. at least, of having his advice re relved coldly and disregarded without d, apology. (iving advice, even when request ed, is generally a thankless service a which a wise man is backward in tl doing. As a rule, people who invite fl advice really desire encouragement. d Unless one tells them what they .wish d to hear one is...

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. — 14 November 1902

1et' Journal. SEvery Friday by er & Company. 3OLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. '"Entered at the postoflico at Welsh. La., as s eoad class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBEiR 14, 1902. * G gronm the Oil Field. W. B. Conover, of Jennings, who has holdings in the Welsh field, writes that he expects to begin improving and developing it at once. Four car loads of piping arrived here this morning for the well to he sunk by the Southern Pacific railroad. The machinery is expected in a few days. C. H. Howze, of I owison, Miss., who has eighty acres in the Welsh oil field, is here this week for the purpose of platting his land. He is also mak ing arrangements to sink a well on his holdings. The JOURNAL is reliably informed that another derrick will in all proba bility be built next week near No. 3 of the Welsh Oil and Development Com pany. Further information will be given next week. The derrick for the Denver-Beau "mont Oil Company has been erected and the machinery and three cars of Y: piping have arriv...

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. — 14 November 1902

DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTT & L Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. A full set of I)lans and specitications furnished with estimates. 1 do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repairing. Let inm make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to y mur interest to do so. Try it. I can fur nish any reference required. \ly residence is Rloy Jones' place. Drop me a postal and I will call on you. J. D. KIIMBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty. Shop located on North Adams street. W. C. BRowN. U. F. LAX UE. Browln & LaRue, Contractors AND Builders... If you contemplate building a busi ness house or residence, let us figure with you. WVe will save you money. All work guaranteed. City Meat Market, A. E. Bourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. I 1 delivered in town at all _ ELSti e L. W I LSHI. LA.. Read the Journal an...

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. — 14 November 1902

,:IJGRIMA d - '1 CHRISTIANIZE THE WORLD 4" " ?.. 'i ii r'2QP __ _ _ I: .: .' " , DoUkhobors. W",)o tý +vc t!'cr ou IB to Christia-ize te world. '1t. their homes ,r!d farms in and started oct or a pil through the Ca- a.! .ir Norti They made a protractel: stay at tor Stricklrnrl, co"-n"'trtr est mourted pc!!' e. will harge of the ml:i'ary c'-r' a Ions the Doukhobors ':ac a- t Y dotrosble. The rra-.' orcrti-. 'iave decided to crn i; e the wan / " "one of their vcl!ages and as they would snarmls pirg them under police obors believ- they have ito preach Ihe gnrnol to all have given up all to fol Their villages are par by Doukholors not " are protecting thel goods have left. There are wn produce andi comfort awaiting their return ]aevitable reaction takes men seem to have ade zns of Yorkton have ren ;assistance and shown a it fn every respect. The isited the camps,. doing The ministers of tae Wbeen exertieg their in the people. The new ed on the second corn that an attempt might tte ...

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. — 14 November 1902

A SURPRISED PHYSICIAN. A dying patient recovers through Per g· interposition of a humble German.' perso Chicago, Nov. 1. and ' wee weeks ago Dr. G-, a very and T reputable and widely-known physi elan, living on C- Street, was call ed to attend a very complicated case THINKS CONDIT of Rheumatism. Upon arriving at the house he found a man about forty Prominent Financi years of age, lying in a prostrated Russian and serious condition, with his whole James R. Keen frame dangerously affected with the cier, who has jus painful disease. He prescribed for and uninterrupted the patient, but the man continued to for the country, is grow worse, and on Sunday evening the Nestor of the he was found to be in- a very alarm- one whose opinl ing condition. The knees and elbows garded as market and larger joints were greatly inflam- downs have been ed, and could not be moved. It was late years his at only with extreme difficulty that the patient could be turned in bed, with the aid of three or four ...

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. — 14 November 1902

DETROIT STOVE WORKS est stove WlOn Wo be at e .e it the Best Stove ýý E Stoves and Ranges Cost No tMore We ,..mesma the-. L. L. 1IORSE & SONS, Welsh, La. NEW RESTAURANT, ED LYONS, Proprietor, Next to Journal Office, Welsh, La. _ E Fresh Fruits, Fish and Meats and evrrything in Season. Hot an4 Cold Lunches at all Hours. Patronage of the Public Respectfully Solicited,N . 1'uuotluul~ii~ Netlee for Publicatiou. LANID OuncE r NEw O. lS, LA. October 4 1902. Notioe is hereb given that the follUowing thO tsaid woof  l be made beforel Tho. oL. loVev U. S. Co•lenisioner. at Kinder. La. on dol Etr 1828., for ; thJoi -d oj 0 2. and of nw3 s4 d e3 of swii of sec 2, and o -nw3 of rse Io. tp6 s r 6 w . Mer. me Lthe follo w itnesse to prove i e hioontinaursidne unnd onlti.tion ofaid d, _vii : J.L. Lelan S. B. Leblanc. 0. J.Nisoi. Eugene Perkins, of Kinder. Cal asieu P]arish,  .LrRa L. Coua-, Register. See F. J. WEST t When in need of FEFED of all kinds. He will give you the benefit of the m...

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. — 21 November 1902

Sells It 1i ~f\ r Less., C for Lees. VOL. III. WELSH, CALCASIE U PARISHI, LA, LFRIEDAY, NOVEMBý 1. I- . - -l~31 --LU II- -- -- -- g~ - Elegant Line of . . . hillinery and Dress Hatsi Just Received from Chicago. Also a Big Dre Good and Trimmings Just Line of.. irns x t rm-g • Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. !First National . N Bank WELSH, LOUISIANA. OFFICERS: + A General DIREeCTORS: L. E. ROBINSON, President.E : L. E. Robinson, Paul W. Daniels, L. E. ROBINsoN, President. + Banking Frank Roberts, Geo. A. Courtney, " PAUL W. DANIELS, Vice President. Busine. A. Davidson, Chas. P. Martin, F. D. CALKINS, Cashier. Business. Dr. Jno. H. Cooper. Oro Gto I MARTIN BROS. I fo to BARGAINS I SIN ALL LINES. ...........i...... ............ .****** . PRENTICE & PIINTICE Successors to Prentice & Powers, ....DEALERS IN.... Hardware, Shoes, Groceries, Etc We Meet Competition at All Times. 00 Our line of R=OCER=IE~ Will be constan...

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. — 21 November 1902

CAL CENTRAL INDIAN SCENERY T N Y . t +`ý Y4 r " ' . i {+a ý; ý Sw" te . t`ý `P> ý yý? ý ý ý f /)ý ý ý " _ yb;A.. s Y tti "V ''+ `'i j J " < },, 'es 1 « . " -ýý Y r.' i' " ý t ý "i 'ý Yý ýýýý Ikf.d1 ý(t f~ :. ýlrý: :ý ý '^ýj,ý+ý "'ý r- A f, tt '..ý -I ` ý + ý ,ý(pr ' ý ; ýýg , cý t y, ,ýr h l ,r Y ý ý T ý ý{ ý ý F^T' °ý_. jR ~ <, ' 1 ? Yý ~ y:.l ,r'r ~ ý +ý t>ý "tZ y I J 7ý ., ýtýýý !: ý.ý .'ýf ýf S"l, ,y{ ALL SOMEWHAT OUT OF PLACE. Mrs. Goodheart's Strange Comment on Husband's Plan. When Mr. Goodheart came home to supper he found Mrs. Goodheart in a state akin to despondency, which was quite unusual with her. . "Why, ray dear, what is the mat ter?" he anxiously inquired. "Matter enough," said she. "Our R-srvant has left us. and here is a let ter from Sarah Armatige saying she will be here to-morrow, and expects to stay over Sunday witi us. What a earth is to be done?" "Oh, that will be all right," said Mr. Goodheart. "Harold can act as _dining room waiter, Millie can be ...

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. — 21 November 1902

CATARRH THIRTY YEARnS' Tim Remarkable Experience of a It Prominent Statesman-Concress- knoc man Meekisoen Gives Pe-ru-na Ma a High Endorsement. tion. Ai of th head Sing Ever to D ofte ing poo A tour sa bui sui Ui agamesman MLeekion of Ohio. ou Hon. David Meekison is well known be t only1 in his own State, butthrough- ar oo odrim r He was elected to the Sy r4ftsb l Congress by a very large ty,Indismthe acknowledgedleader of . party in his section of the State. ii euly one flaw marred the otherwise complete auccess of this rising states- a an. Catarrh with its insidiouS ap- t sn.ah and tenaciofu grasp, was his Daly unoonquered foe. For thirty years be waged unsuoesaf ul warfare against thsia personal enemy. At last Peruna tame to the rescue. He writes: "1 have used several bottles of Pe rua aud I eel greatly eeted there r frm my catarrh of the head. I Sencouraged to believe that ifl use S a short time longer 1 will be fully able lug -Dav$d Meekison, Membet j .ngres5. If you do not de...

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. — 21 November 1902

. elt Journal. M' Published .Every Friday by Walker & Company. ,ON5E DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffico at Welsh, La., as :leoond class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBE, 21, 1902. • ~ ~ ~ _ _~  . .. . . ... ... . . ."-:: C. E. Smith, of Port Arthur, is here hil . this week looking after his oil land interests. The annual gross cost of a complete ,ain rural free delivery service throughout the United States will cost $24,l000,000 A. per year. Now is the time that every citizen of c ou Welsh should not let an opportunity bak pass to put in a good word for the fter town. Welsh with every citizen pul ling for her best interests, is destined look to be a prosperous city. E. S. Wood went to Houston Wed- I1 aesday night to secure machinery and AusI perfect arrangements for the drilling teru of a new well on his ground about Ins0 2200 feet from the present gusher. He ness will begin drilling as soon, as a rig d 1i can be brought here. Mrs. George Vanderbilt has issued orders t...

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. — 21 November 1902

DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO. Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana. B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. ABfull set of p)lans afnd speciications iurnished with estinluates. 1 do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repa,iring. Let me make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to your interest to do so. Try it. L can fur nish any reference required. ml v residence is Iloy Jones' place. Drop me a.,postal and I will call on vou. J. D. KIfIBALL, Blacksmithing AND .Horseshoeing. All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty. Shop located on North Adams street. 'W. C. BROWN. O. F. LARUE. Brownm & LaRue, Contractors AND Builders.... If you contemplate building a busi ness house or residence, let us figure with you. We will save you money. All work guaranteed. City Meat Market, :A. E.i3ourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. ICE delivered i town at all WELSH, LA. ,-Read the Journal and ...

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. — 21 November 1902

a i k TWALKER, Pubushie. g, - - JOUISIANA i asual, they put old John Most in swing h Wan let it go at that. tight be ." miniatu S.here is nothing so becoming to a through naybriber as short hair and a striped it is Aad when the new titles were given three :n.tt William Waldorf Astor wasn't on countr the list adulter market The. men of Kansas want farm this e: -hands, but the Kansas girls prefer much bank clerks. refusin andl li A match game is talked of between render the American appendicitis and the fuencc British perityphlitis. "Oom Paul" has hung up the re -eiver and turned away from the tel- particl ephone with a sad sigh. that t A member of the Austrian reichs- of All rath lost his ear in a duel; but it was Prine his tongue that got him into trouble. likely New York doctors who do business as th in fashionable circles are getting thant ready for an epidemic of perityphlitis. Having received your semi-annual dividends, are you going to buy a yel- The low automobile or a porte...

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. — 21 November 1902

~~ 'V ~ fA [1u~epWV~rminp K avu D" m 1v' w S VIia It was all oin account : of I tie Widow Amesy. During the lifetime of her lord and master Mrs. Anmeoy was nothing but an atom flurrying arouind on the edge of.the social whirlwind, but, as a wid ow with a tidy hit of mnlley left her by the lamented delal ted-that was another matter. Then. the storm (e:n ter sought to draw her in and squeeze the money out of her. HIting a wise woman. she resisted the piressuire and invested her windfall in a little cot tage, which possessed three rooms be low and two more in the attic. This, }:. Iilk The Limb Bent Lower and Lower. with even simple furnishings, took all er avails and compelled her to look round for the wherewith to satisfy _e cravings and clamors of her phys- 1 "al nature, for she was a jolly and eighty specimen of widowkind. As e doctor frequently said of her: 'The widow Amesy is a good-sized nk of a woman; ableI to take care terself and stand on her rights." t' sonic inscrutablte rea...

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. — 21 November 1902

i· Jewel Steel Ranges Like Jewel heaters and cooks, are the very best of their class. They are made by the celebrated DETROIT STOVE WORKS which grew to be the Larg est Stove Plant in the World because it built the Best Stoves. .* EWEL SDtoves and Ranges Cost No More thancommon stoves. Whly ri.k lhy ing any other makes? J Ewst s LAs7. We recommend them. L. L. MORSE & SONS, SWelsh, La. NEW RESTAURANT, ED LYONS, Proprietor,  Next to Journal Office, Welsh, La. Fresh Fruits, Fish and Meats and evrrything in Season. Hot ana Cold Lunches at all Hours. E Patronage of the Public Respectfully Solicited, _-_ __ ED LYONS. SSeseSeesewww wo www ww w uw Notice for Publication. LAND OFFicz AT New ORLEANs, LA. October 4 1902. Notice is hereby given that the following i named settler has filed notice of his intention -:to make final proof in supportof his claim. and thasaid proof Will be made before Thaos. L. McVey U. S. Coasiisioner. at Kinder, La., on Jeh H. ole, hometead Entry 18283. for S t...

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. — 28 November 1902

-r~ :~ ,.- .". .. E R , N1I 1s Itf for Le's. wr n at'l.IiI B F J~NNENts, ML. lii. WELSH, CAOc.SIEU PARISEH, LA., FRi D AX. NY, VPIU\{BR 2Ž8. 19k),2. NO. 26. - - V v ~ - ·i  . . Elegant Line of . Mýillinery and Dress Hats Just Received from Chicago. A gs Dress Good and Trinuings Just Line of. .z es ,T in. Call and see some of the latest patterns. PAUL W. DANIELS, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. *+++++ + + + ++H ++ +++ +++ - ,.++ .44 + + + + + + First National Banki WELSH, LOUISIANA. OFFICE ~IE : A Oeneral IRC-,'.- " +,' L. E. ROBINSON, President. : Banling L. E. Robinson, Paul W. Daniels, B erank Roberts, Geo. A. Courtney;, . D. CALKINqs. Cashier. A. Davidson. Chas. P. Mart i, ++++ + ÷shier. Business. Dr. Jno. H. Cooper. egents for M n, a $3.50 Shoe, now for $2.25. lnsmore, for en and Women, same price. Ladies' Shoes, fine Assortment, 50c. and up. Children's Sc oI Shoes, 5oc. and up. Now is the ti to secure the greatest bargain of tour life. Call early. We do all kinds of Tai...

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. — 28 November 1902

Q~~gO*S @OO@SSSooo S.SSoo @@o.o.g )OOOO0 eeeooo @oo¢g~ oego S Fl;-iiruaosoph l r, , '6 • Observations * 0 " 0 * 0 S 0 S Dy BYRON WILLIAM& 0 0 - - • •ýýý----------------- The young man who has been strenuously engaged, during the summer months, in stretching his abbreviated salary to cover an occasional dish of ice cream for his lady friend, and who is now wan DrawbacKs of dering about haunted by the thought that his Uncle A the Three Balls will soon be contrabanding his winter Kingly Salary. overcoat if he doesn't raise the due equivalent, will stand aghast when.confronted with the statement that the royal family of Russia has almost $14,000,000 to spend annually. The lack of equality in this world of finance will be none the less impressive when he learns that the rulers of Germany, Austria, England and Italy have an allowance of pin money each year exceeding $3,000,000. Rulers of other countries are also well fixed so far as a long, cold winter is concerned. Nor is the young m...

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. — 28 November 1902

of tragrance or any other are pleasing to the numerbas aof the human family who ad. puritY and beauty. tenth of the inhabitants of the of Long Marston, in Hertford R3agland, are said by a statis to have reached the age of 90 S tops the Conga and $. Works Of the Cold e Bromo Quinine Tablets. Prioe25 n't fret over little mistakes. They bound to occur. The man is not born who can avoid them. His is dead, too. erman Manton, o Birmingham, d, who is now his ninety year, has been a tember of the council for half a cltury. PINKHAM CURES ClINi GREAT ITTEITIOI AMONG TIRI IIG WOREN. 4 .Frances Stafford, of 243 E. th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes ny to the hundreds of thou s on Mrs. Pinkham's files. When Lydia E. Pinkham's Reme - ere first introduced skeptics over the country frowned upon ir curative claims, but as year or year has rolled by and the e group of women who had been by the new discovery has grown into a vast army of dreds of thousands, doubts and pticisms have been swept away by a ...

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. — 28 November 1902

:ý ,' ;,.ý :nx .w tom, `.yýý.,pj'4 ý ý ý1 °:= Shis con succeeded in *$e ocean without for editors makes rfiuous appendage wspaper. A6t lacking indications htrment against us bCbped a copper. ly be so expensive liv t0 City. Hetty' Green for her health. re going to teach all the by machinery. This 7 talk still cheaper. of Gen. Uribe-Uribe show aot such a terrible-looking name would lead one to i de Castellane has an ich cost $11,000. The new corsets is not New York and Paris is t *he arrogant chauf what what is com Pd has been formed. ly discouraging, com e mince pie season is Ri ch ws believes the se - A -desperate th further fora center h Iiworse, so so -ted in Denver for ve ,and yet men insist °i~ot understand the ar ot. w ;a, E settle the Irish good. by a cash invest .00,000 he will be mak bargain. he .f fashion, Newport, ly two cases on the di i-4 the good Lord only m tl ought to be found that antitoxin n e bites. It isn't that the new cure headway in Ken has referred to Mr. i-oo...

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. — 28 November 1902

POPULAR SCIENCE Amuse the Children. A great many of the toys and games which are constantly finding their way lo the market for the amusement of the children, not to mention the older folk,. are of a rather expensive nature, th us barring them from the child not blorn with the proverbial silver spoon in its mouth. It is with joy, therefore, that the little ones hail some new toy which is inexpe:lsive enough to fit the pocket k of even the poorest parent. It is e of this class that we show herewit lthe invention of Raf faello Astarita, a subject of the King ot Italy residing in New York City. Tl'he toy consists of a disc of any fiat material, from paper to aluminum, vith numbered perforations, in which the peg on the accompanying handle c . To Count the Game. Is-inserted to score the points of the amne, the skill in placing the peg be ing the chief aid in winning. When this to made with a pasteboard disc ay ooden handle, with a nail -for a-' 'he cost would be so low as to make Z poss...

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