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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 8 January 1904

-Just Arrived A OAR OW PURIA Feed. OY SAOK. KEEPS MULES UP AND PEED WLLS DOWN TRY ITI Best and *obepost Beed. We guarantee every sack. - AT - Jones Bros FEED STORE Local and Personal. Rfce polish and bran at West Bros Ed. Powell, of Elton, visited friends ,aere Saurday and Sunday. Stoves, in both heating and cook ing, at Psu cuan & PRENTICa. E. M. Powers transacted business in Jennings Wednesday afternoon. Fountain -pens from 81.00 to $2.50 at the Journal Book and Stationery Store. Mrs. M. A. Hoag and children re turned Monday afternoon from a visit with kindred in Jennings.I Ordes taken for ladies suits at PAUL W. DANIELS. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hebert and children returned Monday noon from a visit with kindred in Lake Charles. Martha White was last Monday ap pointed postmistress at LeBIanc, Cal c.asieu parish, vice J. M. LeBlane re lgned. ,Call on West Bros' if you have good horses or mules that you wish to exchange for town lots. Miss Clara Craig came over from S.nnings Wedneqday af...

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. — 15 January 1904

4e 0UM IVet.t Aanarnai VOLUME IV. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JANUARY 15, 1904. NUMBER 38. Expresscharges prepaid on all Cash purchases of $5.00 and over. Mail orders filled Same Day as Received. U . Exclusive agents for Calcasieu Parish for W.rA wE ADVERTISE W T DO. P!Iv B ..SOROS1S SHOES COR. RYANA.DIVISION T All widths, all leathers, all styles. $8.50 the pair. A few specials from the custmin depart Lakes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. ment at $4.00 the pair. We carry S:,osis Shoes in every width from AA to E in every,, style. JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT before inventory begins. Il- listing the stock we find some items which must be out of the way pefore the opening of the spring season. With several weeks of prospective cold weather, you'll find them excellent values which are worthy of your attention, and the price we have placed on them is but a mere fraction of their cost. ) Clearance of $I.oo Kid Gloves at 69c. During the holiday rush many gloves were somewhat ...

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. — 15 January 1904

Was P''e Co.. L't'd, Pubs: ~WELSH, - , LOUISIANA. LOUISIANA NEWS. LOUISIANA AFFAIRS. Abbeville, Is.: Taking advantage of the unusually favorable weather, the farmers are actively pushing the work of plowing and preparing the soil for the coming crop. A large number of new irrigation wells are ,being put down, and they are larger and deeper Sthan those sunk a few years ago, the nine and twelve inch wells being the favorite sizes. Cattle on the marsh ranges are re ported in poor condition, due 'to the long drouth in the autumn, the improp er burning of the marsh in drw weath er by coon hunters, thus destroying the pasturage, and the scarcity of fresh water. Coon hunters are becom ing a nuisance and a menace to stock raising, and the police jury will be asked to enact some rigid regulations to control them. Sunkle. iBunkie: C. J. -Pope is completing the details for the organization of a company to operate an ice and' cold storage plant here, and has about clos. ed dontract with an ice...

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. — 15 January 1904

OUTHERNl PACIFIC. SUNSET ROUTE. Z. * T. R . 6. S. COuPANY. L. W. RAILROAD. Superior Through and Local Servioe to OUISIAVA, TEXAS, MEXICO, NEW MEXICO, CALIFORNIA, AND PACIFIC COAST POINTS. SUNSET LIMITED. Operated daily between New Orleans and San Francisoo. Equipment, Caprohes, Chair Cars, Compartment and Observation Sleepers. Dining Meals ala Carte. Daly Fast Through Train between New Orleans and Antonio. Coach ., Uhair Oars, Pullman Sleepers. Excursion Sleepers Monday, Wed Steeday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, running through to San Fran l.oo. Passenger trains enter and leave New Orleans from Union Station. Morgan Line Steamers between New Orleans and New York. Leave New Orleans Every Wednesday Noon. New Orleans and Havana, Cuba, S er New Orleans Every Saturday 2 p. m. -' For ,further information apply to any agent of the Compay, or, S .H. MASTERS, Traffi Mgr. F. S. DECKER, Asst. Gen'l Pass Agt. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. *******---*-**--** WABASH ROUTE.... TO NEW YORK, BOSTON, BUP...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 15 January 1904

e tRice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh'Printing Company, Ltd. *Wl DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoSce at Welsh, La., as second lase matter. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1904. Announcements. DITXIIICT5 JUIDGE. The Journal is authorlized to announce the e. cl r . *i._MTic... a a cndi.aD.for DiJstrictJulge of the ifteenh dial Di St of Llam subjet to the action of the primary election. To the Peole of Calcasieu and Cameron Par Ireefl announce as a candidate for IeUleoo .the office of District Judge (sub eeto o th Deimocratic primary electlon) and - solicit soar favorable consideration and sup 9t' ciU o be possible for me to make a full ersonlal oq, nas I am engaged ia the dis crge of the auties of my present term of hat ofee. o . D. MILLER DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Journal is authorized to announce the name ofI . H. (0B8 as a candidate for Dies SAll A eoy of the Fifteenth Judicial Dis ot oLouisiana. subjet to the action of the 4 , ]D etic primary election. The Joarnayl ...

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. — 15 January 1904

f Ad Evert Week. 'PlHONE t15 For Pure SFresh Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. Cooper ilni Co., Y..o.. M. Co., LIMITED Your Mo y Back if You Want it. For Sale. One span of mules, 16 hands high, 8 years old, also harness. Apply to A. L. SUTHERLIN, Welsh, La. Shoes and Harness Repaired. If you want your shoes and harness neatly repaired, take them to J. C Kiplinger at the S. P. House For Sale. Good dwelling, barn and other buildings, with twenty acres of land, in'the incorporation; also dray busi ness and teams; liberal terms. S. A. COVEY, Welsh, La. Farmers, Take Notice. Any farmer wanting to build a barn or warehouse, or needing a building or second-hand lumber, can save money by buying the old Welsh Ma S:chine Shop building. Apply to M. B. VAN NESS, Welsh, La. Dissolution Notice. I have disposed ."f my interest inthe saloon business of Bourgeois & He bert to my partner, who will settle all indebtedness against and receive and receipt all amounts due said firm. A. E. BOURGEOIS. ýp...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 15 January 1904

,... sleovr caps fitting heavi the fullet throa Newest In Jewel Bags. ew el underskirt jewel bag is an En co and constitutes a decided im- more t over the smaller affair nered -ritha ribbon around the neck. full ny constructed, this new bag herull ..adomrnath the dress. It is bn, ti ode leather in some dark, . 43o10r, and is lined with silk or tafe * -The large pocket, which fli .be placed on the.outside in Chit near the top, has a strong for I SShould it ever be pos- and is could come- unfastened. dem tgape open at all when being TI nI~,accunt of the two side flaps tion over the back of the pocket 'alttaut, says the P::iladelo Ledger. strongest webbing, long securely fastened at the top e bag, and at the other end 1a waistband of webbing that mly around the waist.' An for this traveling jewel and is of similar materials, the et having several compart de. and the top of the bag r like a flap to fasten with PS. fig por -With Stole Collar. I ltgees a' always attrac- on w so evident a ...

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. — 15 January 1904

THREE YEARS AFTER. Eugene E. Larlo, of 751 Twentieth avenue, ticket seller in the Union Sta. tion, Denver, Col., says: "You are at liberty to repeat what I first stated through our Denver pa pers about Doan's Kidney Pills in the summer of 1899, for I have had no reason in the interim to change my opinion of the remedy. I was subject to severe attacks of back ache, always aggravated if I sat long at a desk. Doan's Kidney Pills abso hutely stopped my back ache. I.have never had a pain or twinge since." Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all druggists, price 50 cents per box. 'Track walkers for certain Massa chupoetts railroads are now required to wind a registering clock at certain points every hour and records are kept, to be examinetd weekly by the superintendent. The Wonderful Cream Separator, Does its work in thirty minutes and leaves less than 1 per cent butter fat. The price is ridiculously low, accord ing to size, $2.75 to $6.00 each, and when you have one you would...

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. — 15 January 1904

Just Arrived Z PURINA DONK E Feed. ONK,. EVERY SAOK. KEEPS 4,,MULES UP +".: AND PEED BILLS DOWN TRY ITI SBe.t and cheapest feed. We guarantee every sack. - AT - Jones Bros PEED STORE Local and Personal. Rice polish and bran at West Bros Rhorer advocates a State reform school. .Vote for John W. Rhorer for rep resentative. Miss Alburta Lewis is spending the week at Rayne. Vote for a friend of the schools John W. Rhorer. !" F. C. Labit, of Crowley, transacted business here Friday. ,"'' M. E. Morse was a Lake Charles business visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Paul W. Daniels visited her patents in Jennings Tuesday. District Clerk H. C. Gill, of Lake Charles, was in Welsh Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Maul is slightly indis posed at her home on the oil field. . Tony Wetherill, of Lake ,Charles, ,:, was a Welsh business visitor Friday. Wes Jacobs has accepted a position with the Welsh Oil and Land Co. peo ? pie. ' Frank Van Heuvel, of Lake Charles, was a Welsh bus'ness visitor Tues Welsh town lots exchanged for...

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. — 22 January 1904

3e ur Belt _ar naxL VOLUME IV. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JANUARY 22, 1904. NUMBER S,. NUMBER 3 Expresscharges prepaid on all Cash purchases of S5.00 and over. Mail orders filled Same Day as Received. T IT. A Matchless White Sale. Remarkable as have .been our white sales in past seasons, we have never before had such values to offer as this sale will afford. Sale begins Tuesday, Jan COlt. RYAN-DIVISION ST unary 26, and will include muslin. underwear, Lakes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store white goods, embroideries and le]'s, lace cur Lakes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. tans, etc. For announcements wn d prices see Lake Charles Daily American or Monday, Jan unary 25, and Daily for balance of week. Special Offerings in Men's Wear. Our stock is much to high for this season of the year and by these de cisive reductions we intend to quickly reduce it to its proper propor tions and if you'll come in or drop us a line, you'll readily see what enor mous sacrifice...

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. — 22 January 1904

·tc ~ 4tot ~rnxrnai. u12 P''e Coo.. L't'u, Pubs: WELSH, - LOUISIANA EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. The Federal teamsters during the "sr are asking for a pension, of $10 a ituath. New telegraph rates, it is said will 800 of New York's 400 pool Dowi, who has now gone to Call a says he will establish a colony I'exas. SLdlanapolis was chosen by the Pro party for its National convene which will be held July 29. M. M. Jackson, a stockman living Wynnewood, I. T., was accidental iled by falling from a horse. His was broken, 'Tw*o large vkssels belonging to the an volunteer fleet, carrying has passed through the Boa bound for the Far East. S .dney J. Brooks, judge of the Fifty Judicial District, announces to bar of San Antonio that he would from the bench, effective Feb. L n. The Turkish powder magazzine in tKumanova District, sixteen miles Uskub, has been blown up by ans. Thirty Turks were killed. The grand jury is mI ng a most ugh search into the Iroquois thea looking to those responsible for fire...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 22 January 1904

O..M.-, AN I VASIOulN UOF PANAMA. Believed Movement is Now Going On---Indians Are Being Armed--Movement of Warships. Panama, Jan. 15.-Authentic infor n mqtion from the frontier is anxiously Sa.waited here, as the belief is. wide spread' that the Colombians have al ready started to march upon the Isth. mus. The Panama troops are ready to Jeave at a moment's notice. The I conscription is completed and 12,000 fighting men can be placed, in the field There' was bustle in the arnrory yes terday p-;: aring for the shipment of rifles and ammunition to the Indians of the intarirr, who have agreed, to join against the Colombian forces. Col. Baretto of the Panaman army said: "We who were Colombians until Yes terday cannot be deceived by any tac ties the Colombians may employ. We are deeply grateful for the aid the Americans have given, especially at sea. We are now prepared to fight our own battles on land, with the utmost co efidenee of victory. Four or five hun dred men stationed in the onl...

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. — 22 January 1904

bu11h Evwery Friday by ish Printing Company, Ltd. SDOLVLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. feted at the postofflce at Welsh, La., as d class matter. ', FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904. 4 ýt A Well I Advertised i. Name X nthat competition. trusts 9 mbinatio of all kinds must boartof-is unme t strongly tmi no I 'sU- flae minds by Jrai advertiasn you have an asset 4i. worth -ehaps as much or more <.than yoro b1usineas itself. A basking ny with a factory an ,kivoic at afew hundred show , as~us ed $19.000.000 for its ---e.y value their name at msn os-Ti is only one of name is worth many times" nout of the business itself. Is i The Journal Ia hptessina hundreds of people every wee with people's names and goods Why Not Yours? f Oil Field elews Notes. Charl 4 s. Wes. Jacobs and little daugh- leans; 're quite ill with the measles. Drew, eas Lawson spent a night in Lake Gueyd last week. Foley . Cater, while assisting in lower- Georp some pipe in the McFadden well Donal days ago, became entangled in Orleal an...

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. — 22 January 1904

.r £4 10iw WOOL SCOOPER'S <COMPOUND rcup White Pine WITIw TAR e the Immediate Reliet of s, Colds, Bron. chitis, Hoarseness, -Loss of Voice. And all Affections of the Throat and Lungs. S SOLD UNDER A Positive Guarantee, Put up by S eooper DryI Co., or Mone Back iTE Your Money Back if You Want it. Estrayed. black mule 151 hands high, nine a old, a ring bone on right front Any information leading to the very of the animal will be reward. by notifying L. M HARRIS, Ikeville, La. Kardi Gras Excursion Rates. ne regular first-class fare. Date ale February 10 to 15 inclusive, al limit. February 20. The tickets be extended until March 5th, pro ed the ticket is deposited with the t agency conducted by Mr. Joseph hardson at No. 204 Camp St. not than 8 p. m. February 20, by de ting a fee of 50 cents. For Sale e span of mules, 16 hands high, 8 old, also harness. Apply to A. L. SUTHERLIN, Welsh, La. Shoes and Harness Repaired. you want your shoes and harness y repaired, take them to J. C ger at...

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. — 22 January 1904

ý " _ . . : Automobiles vs. Omnibuses. be mbi The historic old "'bus," which for into to A-Ig has done service in carrying pas- and so 4nr5.W and the mails between vari- tuce le ,-as towns in Baden, where the steam does not touch, is giving way large automobiles, which travel Notb h quicker and are much more gown rtable. An automobile line is are co to be established between the import Of Kehl and the town of Rhein- entire heim, a distance of ten miles. This ., car will accommodate twenty noticei Spie, ia addition to a space for the elabor ge and mails. The round trip parts cost 17 cents, or 10 cents for one new, The machine is the property of model two 'towns named, which pay the gracel ing expenses and divide the prof- every ble. Th .Electricity for Railroad. show New York Central Railway is pe is about to make a large sub- adapt ton'of electricity for steam, to eling . o i~local traffic, which has been to bel dat into by independent trol- show liOs. A section of the Rome, or pe...

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. — 22 January 1904

~:-- ..* ' Miss Rose Hennessy, well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. o" I)DR Mrs. PMntn : - I have been so blessedly helped through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that I feel it but just to acknowledge it, hoping that it may help some other woma, suffering as I did. " For years I enjoyed the best of health and thought that I would always do go. I attended parties and receptions thinly clad. and would be suddenly chilled, but I did not think of the results. I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while menstruating, and this caused inflammation of the womb and omngested ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains and kept getting worse. My attention was called to your Vegetable Compound and the wonderful eurcit had performed, and I made up my mind to try it for two months and see what It would do for me. Within one month I felt much be...

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. — 22 January 1904

SEED OATS! RUST I PROOF,J Jones Bros i FEED STORE V"  • nn k i m mm Local and Personal. Rice polish and bran at West Bros. Jno. T. Boling transacted business in Jennings Saturday. W. H. Bridges was in Jennings Saturday afternoon. 'Mrs. J. W. Tanner went to Lake ~Chiarles Monday. afternoon. ,W. T. Hutcheson transacted busi ness in Lake Charles Monday. Col. Dick Harrison, of Lake Charles, ias here Monday and Tuesday. S Remember the recital at the school .househall next Tuesday night, Jan. 26. S houmntain pens from $1.00 to $2.50 a i the Journal Book and Stationery Store. Mrs. G. L. Sloane returned Sunday morning from a brief stay at De ":,IWelsh town lots exchanged for good h.himes and mules. Call on - WEST BaoS.. Jerome Montgomery, of Norborne, . spent several days this week the r guest of Welsh friends. Call on 'West. Bros. if you have SQgQl horses or mules that you wish to .:xhanoge for town lots. J. E. Billon returned Friday even i,, ,after spending three weeks at his yt :old ...

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 January 1904

LUME IV. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JANUAY 29, 194. NUMBER 35. -:L2,94 NUMBER . t" We prepay Express charges on all orders of $5.OO and over where Cash accompanies order. Mail orders ________-- __ filled Same Day as Received. R I4EY AaR c Ir YoUWA14T IT. The New Shirt Waists. for 1904 ADVE'rIPtT WDE WE Do. are Exquisite. Our first showing of ideas brought out by the world's Comi of Vhe ne twaists are composed COR~ RYAN--DIVS1ON 5 most noted designers. The charac takes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. most noted designers. The charac Biest, Best and Bsiest Store. ter and individuality of the many Th exclusive styles are very noticeable. n:.. 'The materials shown includes Japanese Silks, .Vestings, Madras, Atamines S nd Linens. Silk waistat $3.oo, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.oo. Madras ) -waists at $1.oo, $1.5o, $2,oo, $2.5o and $3.oo. Linen and Atamines waists at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Below we quote a few specials from our ANNUAL WHITE SALE to enable our out of tow...

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 January 1904

41 Pretty Hat Embellishments. Large-sized silk cord is something -entirely-new in hat trimmings and is most effective. A dark blue felt toque is trimmed with blue silk cord of a much lighter shade. This cord is wound several times around the crown and looped and knotted at one side, the ends being brought together and fastened with a shaded blue ca bochon in the center of the looping. qilver cord and cabochons form an efective trimming on white felt and jlack velvet hats respectively. Silver soutache braid is sewed to velvet or tin ribbon, and with half of the mid A e, or the edges, of the ribbon left ain, is then used for bands and fiat ows. Silver and gold gauze ribbons are used for hat bindings. Furs as Trimmings. u ars as trimmings are charming. The beet skating frocks will show trimmings of sable, mink and even Ermine; the latter especially is very costly. The cream and white cloths find: corduroy velvet now in vogue are vastly improved by an edging of mink or sable, though mar...

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 January 1904

Tb abou three least pare vest but need Unit tarn and Ches Do But Rc Son, Jr In t In 3 Miss feannon, Sec'y DetroIt Al Aaear Art Association, tells young women what to do to avoid pain and suffering caused a by female troubles. tn $a D)aa Mss. PrIUnai :- I can con- ma soildtiously recommend Lydia E. st8 pllchabm's Vegetable Compound po to those of my sisters suffering with female weakness and the troubles which sa often befall women. I suf fared for months with gencral weak .nss, and felt so weary that I had hard L work to keep up. I had shooting pains, th and wa atterly miserable. In my dis- as tress Iwas advised to use Lydira E. m plsnkhaan's Vegetable Com- D, .pound and it was a red letter day to me when I took the first dose, for at that time my restoration began. In ee six weeka I was a changed woman, ni perfectly well in every respect I felt n no elated and happy that I want all be women who safer to getwell as I did." o0 MIss GUILA GAwsoN, 350 Jones St., a Detroit, Mlich., Se...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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