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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 29 January 1904

SIOLESALE PRICES! AND TEN PER CENT .... WHOLEA e will sell uneteADDED. We will sell everytig under the heding of y Goods at above price. Don't forget, at the Wholesale Price with 10 per cent. added, is a great chance to get your, , money's worth. We admit that the times are hard---in fact that is the reason we are making suchsle. verything a follows: Fancy Dress Goods, a Calicoes, Bleached and Unbleached Domestics, (2ambrics, Sheetings, etc., Flannels and Outing Flannels, Ladies' and Children's Winter aUnderwear, Me's Boys' Clothing, Men's and Clothing, Men and Boys' Overcoats and Extra Pants, Men and Boys' Hats and Caps, Men and Boys Fancyi Shirt at 38cts; $1 00 Shirt at 7nd ts Higher Grades in Proportion. T'he T'ulane Shoe is ncluded in the sale. Shoes of Every Description. oTable Damask, Towe$ Napkins, Embroidery, Parsols and Umbrellas, Ladies and Misses Jackets and Capes Also Furs and Scarfs. Terms Spot Cash - - ' C O- - 'T -~~Ic-- I _ ý - ý n._._.. .. w..ý6nn Pr(4An OAICI S. Aw...

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 January 1904

Chbian of Ad Every Week. IT IT COST. COST .NOTHING NOTHING If it doesn't cure that COUGH. COOPER'S Syrup White Pine WITH TAR costs you absolutely nothing, for it is sold under a PosITIVE GUARANTEE. IF NO CURE, NO PAY. If it does cure you it will cost you TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Now isn't that fair enough? The bad weather of the last few days has probably given you a cough. Try just one bottle-NOW. Put up by Cooper hig Co., Your Noaey Back if You Want it. FWr Sale. Good dwelling, barn and other buildings, with twenty acres of land, ini the incorporation; also dray busi ness and beam s; ,iberal terms. S. A. COVEY, Welsh, La. Frmers, Take Notice. Any farmer wanting to build a barn pr warehouse, or needing a building gr second-hand lumber, can save ~oney by buying the old Welsh Ma ~ne Shop building. Apply to M ~iB. VAN NESS, Welsh, La. Dissolution Notice. I have disposed of my interest inthe loon business of Bourgeois & He to my partner, whb will settle all debtedaess against and receive ...

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 January 1904

ratWLSH P'T'o C&., L't'd, Pubs: &'1, L-i,- L OUIIAN c EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. ------ pitthsburg, Ex- overnor Hogg paid his poll tax that could be at the State Capital Thursday, after go- .tat night be -Ing through the ordeal he remarked: are lying de :" L found a whole lot of meshes in the are ly passage wayr :pathway of liberty." th3 Alleghe;n; V. United States Senators A. J. Mc- wick, the res I.Z4,ria and H. D. Money of Mississippl, yesterday. ( S:-ere'elected by both houses of the leg- Into the inin isature to succeed themselves in the only three raited States Senate. went down t+ 'The Katy "Flyer" was ditched Tues- were broug] y near Booneville, Mo., by a mis- man is Adol ,pased switch. The fireman, engineer aie but in d one passenger were hurt, but not emporary He houset Hel kattally. man, and G. The United States Steel corporation died of thel h;as s.ustained a loss by Are of $3,000,- the miners J40, in the burning of the Shelby Steel the eyWdy ,Tube Company plant, tog...

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 January 1904

SOUTHERN PACIFIC SUNSET ROUTE. X. 4& 'P. R. R. R . * COMPANY. L. W. RAILROAD. Superior Through and Local Service to LOUISI.fAt.A, TEX.S, MEXICO, NEW MEXICO, CA.LIFORNIA, AND PACIFIC COAST POINTS. SUNSET LIMITED. Operated daily between New Orleans and San Francisco. Equipment, Coaches, Chair Cars, Compartment and Observation Sleepers. Dining Oars, Meals a la Carte. Daily Fast Through Train between New Orleans and Antonio. Ooach Ses, L.hair Cars, Pullman Sleepers. Excursion Sleepers Monday, Wed. nesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, running through to San Fran oioo. Paisenger 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, leave New Orleans Every Saturday 2 p, m. For further information apply to any agent of the Compay, or, W. H. MASTERS, Traffic Mgr. F. S. DECKER, Asst. Gen' Pass Agt. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. - _l l * WABASH ROUTE.... TO NEW YORK, BO...

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 January 1904

FEW . CARS OF RICE BRAN1 - AT - Jones Bros FEED STORE Local and Personal. Rice polish and bran at West Bros. - Mrs. S. A. Covey visited in Jen nings Wednesday afternoon. t For Pure Seed Oats call at Jones Bros'. Feed Store. t Fancy Box Paper at JOURNAL Sta tionery Store. L" _ "'_ A. E. Sargent, of Jennings, was a Welsh business visitor Tuesday. See Weber & VanNess before con "j 'J treting for an irrigating or artesian well. Wm. Roome and family left yester- $ ° .. day for Ganado, Texas, where they will reside. Fountain pens from $1.00 to $2.50 e at .the Journal Book and Stationery I ,tore. : Mrs. J.G. Barry left Sunday for a SGrand Coteau for a protracted visit d ':ith her parents. tl 1 " . Welsh town lots exchanged for good 'horses and mules. Call on WEST BROS. S.O. F. Whitaker, of Batson, Texas, I :was in Welsh Monday and made a -, trip to the oil field. S:,Call on West Bros. if you have h good horses or mules that you wish to ti exchange for town lots. A. B. Welch, after a st...

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. — 5 February 1904

u- , e 1i e al. VOLUME IV. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, FEBRUARY 5, 1904. NUMBER 86. Express charges prepay on all orders of $5.00 and over where Cash accompanies order. We refund the purchase price on any goods sent not satisfactor. Mail orders filled Same Day as Received. P-t" - BAK itNW WoANT IT. ART NEEDLE WORK'P' l ,: l., s.* . _Interested in Fancy Work you will find here a complete assortment of Mount Mellick Silk, Filo Silk, Wash Twist, Royal Floss. Dresden o. O RYAN DIVlSONN ST Floss Yarns, Zephyrs, I .attenberg, Lakes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. Braids, Stamped and Lithographed Pillow Tops, Plain and lHemstitched Stamped Linens, etc. An Important Feature of this week's showing at Mullee's will be the Novelties for Spring 1904. We name bel ow a few of thenew things we are daily receiving, which will specially appeal to those contemplating a trip away. The Correct Waists Modes. Our Waist deparment is filled with many Dainty Novelties such as Jap Silks. Fa...

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. — 5 February 1904

WSaLm P'T'O Co., L't'd, Pubs: WELSH, - LOUISIANA WtI I Louisiana SK... News. INegoth , . . . CW S ment SIX BROKE FROM JAIL. Tunneled an 18-Inch Wall and Crawled New Through the Sewer. was r( New Orleans, La.: Six desperate trom a white prisoners made good their es- c;rdin eape frowm the Orleans parish prison 'ffhrt Sunday forenoon during Sunday chap- Ifort tI exercises by one of the most daring month schemes on record. They are Louis O" thi 3ipps, George Conkling, an escaped ihi prisoner from Clinton prison, Auburn, more ,. y.; Frank Carrol, Frank Rodgers, lditi 'toseph Quarles and John McGuire. surprit , At 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon rQulrles and McGuire were captured iarent ;-t Wenner Junction. McGuire looked _arent to innocent that the officers released deelri :ilm, but just before midnight he was what f'ecaptured at Amite City on a freight the S train. The others are still at large. tile S Oarrol is wanted -in Chicago. the st They effected their escape by tun- o ..ellng an 18-in...

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. — 5 February 1904

SOUTHER PACIFIC. S NSLET R TL. N. . &T. R. R. 8. B. CO NY Z,. W. RAILROAD. Superior Through a4 Local ' ice to fLOUISIA~tA, TEXAS, MEXICO, - A TEW MEXICO, CALIFORNIA, AND .PACIFIC COAST POINTS. SUNSET LIMITED. . Operate, daily between New Orleans sal San Francisco. Equipment, Qoachems, Ohair Oars, Compartment and Observation Sleepers. Dining CarOs, Meals a la Oarte. Daily.Fast Through Train between New Orleansand Antonio. Coach as, Chair Cars, Pullman Sleepers. Excursion Sleepers Monday, Wed. esday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, running through to San Fran. airso. 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, Ouba, leave New Orleans Every Saturday 2 p. m. For further infosmation apply to any agent of the Compay, or, W. 8. MASTERS, Traffio Mgr. F. S. DEOKER, Amst. Gen'l Pass Agt. NEW ORLEAN5, LOUISIANA. WABASH ROUTE.... TO NEW YORK, BOSTON, BU...

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. — 5 February 1904

x Comspany, Ltd. R LARA TREA IN ADVANCE. at the poetofoe at Welsb. La., as e mantter. ` PF XDAY; FEBRUARY 5, 1904. adden Well romisin. m SMqacFaddin well, just outside CC of the proven field, has B bsQ; lon of unusual interest wek. The well is being drill- h .and by the Nethe-rlands- o -Consortium, of Amsterd am,n, M. R. Bos, the American tative of the company. and C. P Faddin, one of the leading ptf Texas, where he represents a imerican manager, the English o y operating in the principal fi eoil fields, have been here the b "iVek in anticipation of the bring- d 'of the well. be remembered by our read- p difficulty has been exper- t the drillers at this well be- d .the two almost impenetrable g S encountered, delaying pro- 1 months or longer. t of the week a six-inch pipe ata depth of 1025 feet in a of splendid oil sand, and in this pipe was set a four-inch made like those now used t ily in the Saratoga (Texas) iwhere the sand is as trouble s "i is in the Welsh field. This e of rib...

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. — 5 February 1904

A WO . . . io ", oa B W t ev no lat used i j An is said ." I 11 plaint, Cal nent re house f that it any vain a fanS hold d aing to <ton ;the n ' b h the o t h n p la c e that I bndby BwOk if You Wantit. day 1 atingin visit the ru trioa, other al Doan dal social given by the C. Cal dealers. of Iowa has been announced skina Milbur I , at the house of Eli Lyons. e ostumes will be wor, songs,- Rev eve and recitations will be given ish, fity- .refreshments and chocolate and 1 .lesi ,t A good time is expected and M. Fi, Amer ~ ~invited tbohelp the C. E's. Do Lewis, dou . et the treasury. The Iowa up w Sand will discourse national who al He the music will be good. ventioi r For Sale. Wedne " id dwelling, barn and other Fo ings, with twenty acres of land, JOUri Incorporation; also dray busui l ad teams; liberal terms. Mrs. " S. A. CovEY, Welsh, La. Elsbear I "six wee; hoes ud Earnes Repaired. and Mr '  nt your shoes and harness kindred take ghem 'to J. Ct compan F,. st the S. P. House ...

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. — 5 February 1904

.C'2. 'Ift-mal- do I wo w u p p e a ullY ooi e t h rer . . .. e m ai L ·, i. ?~ "' '' 'r - map Sabsolul S of the wear worn takes S cotd of the the latest shops of ý'withe char- the at Faddin, lo~ a plaited scarve of Texas id that Is design oeroan i an emi- bon ol 11coll a left pli Sopeiatelds " collar more oil fields, lovers L e ek in anticipation of hower 'of the well. sac to 4uli be remembered by hips. hejew difficulty hasY S-the drille , Sim, ; the two al The .ecai* encounte :howl train. months rt of the wee come -it at a depth with of splendi borde this -pipe of dra er made li For afully in the ered 1 -where the a taste. asitis inth as ve style of rib stan all others, desig with the us are o is used. from end "creen, We it, there frock ttse ribsr The has n .ished ferre is I nain mini ery, used tsoe are Wit] the suit casi is a4 simi TI 40 a bacl nto eo w risL full a woman of elbc required 4'i styl or 8% yards 52 rant e the skirt 5e line %. inchestwide. A eres ..of-the coat No. T...

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. — 5 February 1904

A WO used Is said plaint, neat r house `1. that it L .a ..:tina a ;; hold dt* 4 the nr *. Idne ' at I i. stingin. the ru other s .oea Mrs. Hughson, of Chicago, whose ilbu er follows, is another woman in high Sv sition who owes her health to the use of "lesst E. Pinkhani* Vegetable Compound. dou " Da.n MRs. Perrgan x:-1 sflered for several years with general and bearing-down pains, caused by womb trouble. My appe was fitful, and I would lie awake for hours, and could not sleep, ,, I seemed more weary in the morning than when I retired. After one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia Plakham's Vegetable Compound, and I am so glad I did. No one describe the good it did me. took three bottles faithfully, and ds building up my ene th, it drove all disease and poison of my body, and made feel as spry and active as a young .irL Pl nkham's medicines certainly a they are claimed to be. - 'M. H. I nsoN, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, Ill. ra. Pilkham Tells How Ordinary Ta...

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. — 5 February 1904

k' ! 1 t 91 i a OFl~~y~· hAN j?. S;aRE Mersonal. of Jeo noon a lookin els spent Saturday terests Chas iqesday to.the wife return Orlear ".. R"NAL Sta- ten da went i .d business in Mrs ray. Ariz., S,transacted business Protr l Monday night. Feloi night. kindrý 'l.bit, of Crowley, was a `s visitor Wedneseay. a Navin r &VanNess before con- dural qirrigating or artesian DAVI agent y, of Jennings; was. a At shoto In Welsh Tuesday af- belie are f wetr was &ttending to bus- This " i .Ike Charles Tues- weev Sheating and - ra E & PRFNTICE. . ew :.1 sI', of .Rice, part esda and oai- R ,~;. M. 1Uh ln . was in Lake sum Smornfinl attendingbut beca 6;returqed yesterday M 1io trip tO Da Quil he o Cb;a! ".. day -:i' aware Car e ra ies., Aug -'P .;:. ,.  & P -ENTICE. t Mjabea n·dta t1io Bay bity, d ' setr- an suin n a 1. nifto _6. u ~nal 'Book-nd Stationery h-kindred. o Welsh Fr ad; a week's, stay in Houetono Aoyelles  vsin the inter o, rl- H. Boinng and. ,:Paul , W ,Danils Wt...

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. — 12 February 1904

VOLUM IV. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, FEBRUARY 12, 1904. Express charges prepaid on all orders of $5.00 and over where cash accompanies order. Mail orders promtly filled same day as received. ,R T.THE NEW MILLINERY The new spring fancies for 1904 CCO. RYAN+DIVISION5,T are here. From tWle valril collec Lakes Charles' Bigg, Best and Busiest Store tion we show you find, h,.hts to go es Best and Busiest Store with every smart costume. First Shoew 1904 Goods. We are showing the most comp ete assortment of all the very newest ideas of both foreign and domestic production. Neckwear The new 1904 spring effects well as the tailored embroideried linen effects consist of dainty turnovers in and Jap silk waists, at $1.00, $1.50, 2.00. $2.50, white and Persian colored effects at each 15, 20, $3.00, 83.50, $400 and $5.00 25, 35, 50 and 65c. Waistings An extensive assortment of Ribbons at i9c a Yard Choice of all new designs in white mercerized silk Liberty n desigs in white merce d satin...

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. — 12 February 1904

C..6 L't'd. pabs " LOUISIANA.. OP.EVERYWHEiE . iyick, it is said, being an Nagas citisen, will return soon to was d tRtes. spond thousand schoolteachers serts Chicago have had a sal- tated $50 per year. ing, a wbeen commenced on a trans] 9. The plant will Of trn feature. land i Land B. F. Bonner have rdoeilvers of the Kirby a giving $50,000 bond. ships 2hundred book and job sion bo and vicinity went on cludil deOlanding increased mu, other sner, cashier in a Chi- escor restaurant, resisted a Th ,elp came and saved $200 slezu Pa who lived ten miles lishe L; T., was murdered, (firs, ey and his body pane house. Russ that the Mexican Gov- wat Inrease the garrison at Berl ;3,810 0men and station ir band. iding. three stories high, rtsp is:to. be built at Texar- thland e- by J. B. Amens & Co. a-old daughter of po c nes Haysle of Sher- go :'blood poison, the re- land ".wonad ina the foot. ion. ~ba been let for the flee .lsi 'Cumberland Pres- in I l! t Mineral Wells and -ame has already...

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. — 12 February 1904

Livery Stables `Be 'Houston, Texas, Fq "ush of flames, the scri era, hoarse shouts of roar of falling walls, t lars' worth of property was swept tlri away in an hour's time this morning. ttr O n- t alf the entire block from San Ja- int -. to and Caroline streets, fronting is Prairie avenue, has been swept away wa and a dozen ho.ses in the vicinity of wa the conflagration have been more or ca less damaged. Beyond question it is th. the most severe fire that has visited co Houston since the destruction of the th St. Joseph Infirmary in 1994, when the wi block bounded by Franklin and Con- ar gress and San Jacinto and Caroline w streets was laid in ruins. ti The fire originated in the second flror of the buildings occupied by the ta Johnson and Westall & WViliams livery ce barns. This is confirmed by'the state- it ment of W. D. Alverson, who was one at of the first to reach the scene of the e: fire. The Johnson barn fronted on e: Prairie avenue and the We.tall & Wil- a liams bar...

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. — 12 February 1904

1Journal. yFriday by Cominpany, Ltd. SY=AR IN ADVANCE. - postoae at Welsh. La., as UARY 12, 1904. 'trustsr l S must by Judi-i name at uch oases for lit.s many 4imes biws itself. Is On neople's eoger each asy? urnal I ofpeople every Yo j ****** .esumed personal I1 Top No. 3, af Sifew days at his *~ T o expectsto be.in ,,was here a few ing matters pre- L iu operations. F thronged with ft days, and most tc veyances are en- b thulasts.. - a set in Hill Top No. k was washed out yesterday were b he well is splend gild. prove a good h workmen is engaged o1 png siding to be re ra Pacific's big e0y west of town. pleted -wt be al- hi e Proven Oil Fiel io ver from Port .Ar- m nd a tdw days on Vt *broken pipo in cc hgsap feen re- in 4it m y be necessary at ole. nc screen in the Mac- d replaced-y. an ordi- re e, ay," and.tAbat, even Stlihordu hly washe pi S nses for bailing. This s8 edesday and had only hi hort time when another o r~d.' Tlsand line at- i, "'thre'i er, was short and .in at co...

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. — 12 February 1904

Ohasne of Ad Every Week We have just opened a 'PAINT . OEPARF and will carry a full line of high grade of Ready Mixed Paints. Let us figure with you on your next job. CooDr DrRg Co., Your Bck LII Yo Wn i. Your Money Back if You Want it. CHURCH NOTICES. S SEVENTH DAY PDVE-NTS. services every Saturday at 10 a. m. All are ordially invited to attend OONGOEGATIONAL CHURCH. Services every Sunday at 11 a, m. and 8 p m; Sunday school every Bunday morning at 10 o'clock. D. M. Lewis, Pastor. H. E. OHURCH, SOUTH. Services in Martin's Hall every second Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:S0 p.m. A.W. Tur ner, Pastor. FLETCHER H. E. CHURCH. Preaching at 11 and 8, every Sunday. Sunday school at 9:45; Junior League at 3; Epworth League at 7 p.m. ll invttd. Ev anyone made welcome. Rev. W. E. Harrison. pastor. IMRBT BAPTIST CHUBCH. Preaching euery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 n. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. every ednesday. REV. H. T. COSuH, Pasetor. Sunday School at 10 a. nm. every -Sudy. DR. JNO. ii. CuOPUR.B ...

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. — 12 February 1904

A Very Ancient Festival. It S I N OF  Was First Observed by the T.1 AFor Display of Sentiment. ST. VAENIN' DA aasAwaY Tm Go adays to speak that still sur Iimlnished. as if to and purposes I"Vtlentine's day is at'Is true, as much n or even as tote. early recollec ' generation of "er far from be and popular T eerul distitcts Celebrated with tradition, and a of its well t~ Likely to be Ler, for many the social Whether St. regain the at fyt' the natu all positive y toward re ' social insti t' have fallen er mark S of the rseems to be .progressive. it was thought was given over e,- sorry wits *manike it a con lampooning and weven then the to it had .et, and since ved. The proof - `the fact that, .depiand for poetic and zbefoire, and tively lit Sreach of Valen miraculous suckling of the Roman twins by a she wolf in a cave near this spot. Part of the unspeakable mysteries of the Lupercalla was cele brated in such a cave. But much of this inference is pure after-thought. It does not affec...

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. — 12 February 1904

MAN'S MISEtY. Mrs. John La Rue, of t 11.5 Pater- f son avenue, Paterson, "c N. J., says: "I was trou- c bled for c about nine years, and what I suf fered none will ever know. I used about every known remedy that is said to be good for kidney com plaint, but without deriving perma nent relief. Often when alone in the house th- backache has been so bad that it brought tears to my eyes. The pain at times .was so intense that I 'was compelled to give up my house hold duties and lie down. There were -headaches, dizziness and blood 'rush king to my head to cause bleeding at the nose. The first box of Doan's Kidney Pills-benefited me so much that I continued the treatment. The stinging pain in the small of my back, the rushes of blood to the head,, and other symptoms disappeared." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. 50 cents per box. Foster Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Seventy per cent of English railway employes get less than $6 a week of fifty-six hours, and 40 per cent get less tha...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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