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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 8 April 1904

Friday by Cbmpany, Ltd. *AAR IN ADVANCE. Sopoe ,at WVelsh. La., as APRIL 8, 1904. 1sd • that competition. trusts o of all kinds must nme is stronly. im. people's minds by di n you have an asset Ipe isa muoh or more itself . A bakinq witha factryan at afew hundred thons 112, 000000 for its vstue their name at Tis jonly one of ids of snoh cases 0 $ovth masny times businels itself. is htu people evero re' s e names and goods Not Yours? iO~ooO0 :Aiterican: Calcasieu g very largely in the re- G Bitimore. That city tend a good market for MoI w,and in rebuilding M . "e appears to be the who . It is estimated that rect o nafw shipping from H iire each day. .The are ieprd says that con- j 1 dy been let in Balti- 3 00, ( wgrth of build- the Iin. wants to know ' tye plRater as a whole car . ptto in veg- No Weverthibng in' the I ie -,produced 'here nei -than any section that ing .em~oy. This would of an enormous gro- teo nin addition, many J vegptables -.to be 'inoibe northern thb are from ...

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. — 8 April 1904

SWELL . PAPETERIES In the LATEST STYLES, ! Has Just Been RECEIVED AT COOPER's. Your Money Back it You Want it. . CHURCH NOTICE . Service every Saturday 10 a. mi. All are ordially invited to attend. OONoaaGATIOxAL OtRaOa. Services every Sunday at 11a. m. and 8 p m; Sunday school every Sunday morning at tO o'clock. D. M. Lewis, Pastor. M. 3.LOW0OH, 80UTL " Services every Third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. M. Finley,. Pastor. Preaching at 11 and 8, every Sunday. SBunday chool at 9:45; Junior League at 3; Epworth League at 7 p.m. All invited. Ev. anyone made welcome. Rev. Corwin Taylor. pastor. iAeST DArTIST OUDcOE Preaching every Sundyat 11 am. in. and 7:30 Wrm. Prayer meeting at 7:30 D. m. every Wednesday. Rzv. H.T. ComsIl, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. mn. every Sunday. Da. Jxo. i CooPR. Supt. Clyde La Rue is the genial soda fountain clerk in Cooper's Drug store, having assumed his new duties Mon day. Martin Bros. are displaying the finest line of Ladies' Spring Trimme...

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. — 8 April 1904

£01 I's Ittmes called aadwish fore bends above, from play- o touch of love t away. .is we change her n, and sigh nchase after fickle long-gone-by. Sy heart-rest de keep. E sr' tired eyes nusry ot:se meIats. complete, an accident *are missing. lien placed in W_ .lgive the esp was as -it. TEen, sud !,! Nuw" ers ýaa;fiurt - - t, for us big It any enm i'' ontem, Sart as the 'a forteit, too.re, Sthis names order fancied. hat t the ontis ,n manner; som ,.ven the names of g-only no player t I e ~a yert merry izo pa retty sure to. may be made, irs. ,~Iout. tli- names W liked better, or order fancied. c ut Salwe daybe played 'player may call out It dog gave chase. n th a tree, e ut iths at killedmanner; ome iven tsahe names of -only no player that-really belongs -old game some time Squifet yet merry  uretg a rope sure to ` .Two Badgers. ueal of an mpanied nee day tow start h"ti' dog gave chase. eneth a tree, but came it d anilled. As the com , gave a reward for t . ain fellts proposed thid...

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. — 8 April 1904

i~ bmhern Pacific announces that >,,March 1 to April 80, inclusive. wre will be on sale daily low colo lst oae-way tickets from all polnts in lana and Texas to points in Call wieI, affording an opportunity for en of limited means to travel to the Pafic. coast at a very small cost. ese periodical low rates have prov n very popular, and it is quite likely that many will take advantage of them s4uringthe period indicated. The South era Pacific operate free reclining chair oars and Pullman tourist sleepers all the way through, which, with the use or cinderless, oil-burning locomotives, make travel far more comfortable than -ever before. Those desiring informa tion can obtain same by applying to nehrest agent or writing T. J. Ander son, G. P. A., at Houston, or F. E. Bat Sturs, A. G. P. A., at New Orleans. 1. & G. N. TO ST. LOUIS. World's Fair 1904. The "True St. Louis World's Fair .ne." Miles, minutes, mnoney saved "the I, & G. N.; 100 to 200 miles hortegt, 4 to 8 hours qui...

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. — 8 April 1904

A RRIVED 7i iPURE fIl; ESE H. Oi OP S. AT 9 nes Bros i . SEED STORE and Personal. 'oes in all colors at Daniels Byerley for papering. t thing in Stationery-at ;md Mrs. Philip Miller were in "Sunday. g gum a specialty-at Coop W. M Terry spent Sunday in Crow wdJennings. bre report cards at the Jour ';. Clark visited his parents in g Sunday. e and report cards for sale at Cithal office. W housand chews of "Kii-lkse'] t Cooper's. ý to C. Benoit & Son for ' fresh ' oD plete line of groceries. Ji . P Martin transacted busine: s ley Monday. "? o es, in both heating and cook ' _ t PRENTICE & PRENTIC:l ] Comish visited friends in s ake Monday night. <_-O enoit & Son justreceived a car ,otiden Gate Perfection flour. yW; E. Byerly can do your -spring hanging at low prices. ,ry a box of herring; you will find a . C. Benoit & Son. S. C. Self, of Vintop, was a h business visitor Monday. ess cod fish at C. BENOIT & SON. R H. Childs transacted business in / JChqrles Mond...

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 April 1904

- ' a;' ' iS; .r " i. OLUM .H SHellO APzRI1,94. V; 'VOLUME IV.. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, APRIL 15, 1904. NUMBR Express charges prepaid ou all orders of $5,00 and over. You may return anything not satisfactory not out and we refund you amount paid. Samples forwarded to any address. MAIL ORDERS. aVsO~Er AC IU WV T. WAT IT. Have you ever tried the mail order department of M 1xWM this store? There are competent people here who give personal attention to every mail order received, who have made a study of materials and know how to make selections. Send us your C~OR RYAN-DIVISION ST1 name and address and we'll mail you free once a month a fashion sheet and our monthly price Lakes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Stere. list. The showing of merchandise at this store is the largest we have ever known-not a department but what is complete in its smallest detail, noth ing has been neglected-and we carry complete lines for Men and Women, Boys and Girls. Everything under one roo...

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 April 1904

V.· .3·· · · O4*" :. . el- . Yellt# ai *r e`general fes hout Denmark. t!y - Itearst thr n je papers, one HI i a, t 'St. 'Louis and was . we;,; rty-second an t battle of Shiloh, on as ;celebrated sail ly recalled by Liot n t the y r the World's have been ent to St. H ,former sherift of whi and a half brother of c Custer, died suddelng ,4 lumbus, :., t` dd" . t 4 o' an says the transit con- Shc . . o. a re for all .of I 'trafme and that rail- son lines:4ny qg3Mt . oft t or. life. that repubCt e. .f; r-sr .eara:1 .' ;oloe tevesouh S i gr ing instiinct amnda a to  outihedowitti tRh e oeHh e rnnf lilo, se the oe o ) p *. t w Ic* jt# Thaprmsn e Thtrmth ob:e e han N iati conventin .at als . Centeanos ia alcoiti'e tch 5tland oart y i, ead erswa 'inra th. Ll ?7ts tyie hstOatu n ad orthrtap aan.e he  msta e an dnti,'-:f . .s Sseadts holm ip-rer atch s aPort s ertr ' thod fin trole th' KhIrnaenld osr, thle te athdd' uTh errises betreen vroa Bedtokis is : rrths'JaPaa) . - Wfelr' Lee gB...

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 April 1904

TERN PA . SUNSET ROUTE. . & I T. R$:. . 8. COrPAKY. i. W. RAILROAD. Superior Through and Local Srvioe to LOUISIz~..R , TEX.IS, .MEXICO, ATlEW MEXICO. CALIFO7RNfA, AND PACIIPz C OAST, POINTS. pS*ated* daily` between New Orlean and San Franotso ; quipm eant, Coaches, Obair OCar, Compartment and Observation leepers. Dining 0ars, Meals a Ia Cart. Daily tass Through Train between' ew Orleans and Antonio. Coach. es Ohair Cars, Pullman Sleepers. oExcrsion Sleepers Monday, Wed. nesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, running through to San Fran clco. Passenger trains enter and leave Noe Orleans from Union Station. Morgan Line Steamers bet.een New Orleans and New York. Leave NiOrieans *very 'Weadneway Noon. N.* Orleans 'a4 WefianaIºdf4 , leave New (5rleane Every Sthrday a p. i. S For further information apply to any agent of the Compay, or, W. H. M AS' ; 'T.t iao Mgr, F. s. DECKE1, Asat. Gen'I Piss Agt NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. TO NEW YORK, os31 T * *trr.: r. PALO, NIAGARA PALLS, D ]E ~9 T;...

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. — 15 April 1904

V1 ow a T. tI i a u;·f "r Ia e^ r i i a -eh Our Sb to 0/ . pp 0+' bOh to to d ly wa to theo direct to at Cal money k to an SThe po wvery season, amendsre 11 estate t since from -o Wil-o pee ,Welsh, P lm J. C ; Jos. , sson, 20 1 ican 1 ti:: Indian ; res of a Land tictbake to" giý u : tand that the s itical abnega & Joseph G. Can d Sthe House. be permanent'8 can N c SHe2y laud A. $162.50; rprop-' Bowe` to amiutlb - Ilixie. ian.trel Performance. * Tb're entertainment given by the ºixie Minstrels in the school house 0 1hll last Friday evening was witness $44 id by the largest crowd that had ever The V btlsembled in the ball, every seat hav- meat Cc ipg been odoupied and standing room to supp] all bargained for. Several from Lake to Wal Charles, Jennings and Roanoke were W. Dar in attendance. The show was a benefit entertain- The l1 ment given for the Welsh Cornet with no baSjig, and the performers were all duction home talent. storage Those composing the Dixie Min- have be str'le w...

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 April 1904

Get Your y (. Some drug storte Jaarantee' i their goods and thei ;, , but they never refUad money. t When we guarantee an article we mean that if it is not satis factory in every respeo~ we will either exchange it for some other article of equal value or 4 refund your money, just as you choose. If you can 'buy the 4 same article for lest money in this vicinity we will, meet the price in every instance. We will not be undersold.. If you 1 have a reasonable complaint to make, tell us-we'll thank you and then satisfy you. We are trying to conduct a drug, store to please our patrons, because we know that satisfaction for you means ultimate success for us. AT COOPER'S. Your Money Back it You Want it. CHURCH lOTIaCE C savELTr DLa areEs. a Service every Saturday at 10 a. m. A are oo0NoEErAoTIOAL 0oSao. SServices every rkdy t 11a .m. and S p. m; Suday ahoowl tunday morning t1 tO o'clook. D. . oPt*r. BServices everyt Tjair Sfleday sl Lam. and 7:80 p. m. Bev.T.I.wleW.:,PuSor. IrrEUM I z. ome...

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. — 15 April 1904

AN·· ''V' 5 sE LuI*VL Jf~ ~,:~- · II I C'' ~ ·hTh *· · .4 tft1 I- - 30V1'ETHU MRDE*RKANT~G"iIW -~~~~~~ OI N USA~T J wo in is y_ ' and some soP e bsglht thinbs. upon which ri. t no r se. e tlu aThis would _ ` rt k the woman from at lso)M in ,entre q "er breast, just below r_ e, w v ed a Iere .... Qb -' .pon her right hand. where. ; gpt hep hand to. n oif lgwhi severed the jugnlar vein :t. ts~ji~ .hl s, and at least seven tr he 1 these wounds, the f t.her c othes.bn s dhha that thefa r and   itild# ftc li ;ize she .L, had·e amurdered, as the htroat ble e e .as t act blood i pon the floor where the d woman She ble the physicians a explains the extra 4|lnary absence of blood stains. The ra -xr4drrere so lahedanid muiirteat ca - body + a 1 eedi wa pr Spdssibe n'ie'bloo ow a rnally .ea9legefothi,4tiu<:.t14c1fro .pl tr thirteen wounds. he woa he be ýhe womal a parently had be Boston, had been in red in an d dent, and taken to a hospital. tE W& ' rdQlaHHy to: e 4 v I9fi .ý B1...

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 April 1904

,, yt pointspidill a .. . _ catad me. "t I s cda8 atPeal.ipý rates ae D , e eriodt r. writi T . A ' 'ij , , '* P. A.. t ;a or Fe. . , ech kay .cn~ipntin 16~ans. ( S.China n ic T apan are pre-eminei ; a"osrod. Amon noa gthereh l are . That tl y will bpy. D anceC ýxý iaf ltar # use that ll save not only tip.e, becausphia .neve katiks ito  the 'iie6n, but bec each package cntains 16 oz.-one; j$ Spound-while all other Cold Wg( 4Starches are put up 'I:-po bap ge;s, and the ptiec'is the same, h cents. Then-ggain because Pefinee. itarch Is ftres from all injurious cI1ejp: b ild. I tj is f tries tsit sell XI a9s. .Pngat. aclas , {_ th!eam isa e A a stock pn hand which hp w ee to taers and fiuses- "16 oza." Demand Ds anst . aend. s.v9 enuch time iana, aone 'v and e  niioya" of time a.' stickin, sDeflance pever sticks. .. r .-r .. ý •i t' . . .. " The maximum trainload on. e [ Tns er. n:a Ia* fiJ jiunb ied Sj;i,,Isn a class ,tPJtetJL .L .ha ono riv Is. la cureq -wvhere Qthers nm...

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 April 1904

Mi' Phi QbI Rimr 'p M Oros tb ~~·. .~ i Ie ona.l:. Mrs. Ps All kii aendaig Jen- ting oill Imp. Co tipS2ieit H. . . --- | went to +...tor a br - ,.e .ery--...t t *. s rting owll O.B. S,"alty-st Coop Bepu i i k Cotton s t of the o Rubb ` : eaprds at the Jodir- ses a  ý ' ,+. Mrs. fSo salet . alt prent ,' ' .. .of Jn. 1tI ,tos Monday. fancy . ;'' .:R. ýý ' ..of $""-.-. fe '-- ti' Lake' Charles I Field r * ffr; esh i.w havis " 1O? itVe/datedto Jen* dural "r=SU days! ay P)DAnV olesoU '.0; 8o0 a o wl ea't :_o - aOn _ 3 S^ da.w haIt _"__ of 8. do your will ad y Sou .w pri le l . ia Und p . Beo0t~ &s Soa. rau 'w. snd IWoelsh and children " t m++ Charles Tuesday even- M Sod wfsh at Be . T.' S h visitrs Hor voe,.ake Chano es businessi e".ne. ay morning. Benoit & Son will have kit mack- di erel during lent. A. daughter wa born to- Mr. and .. ' Mrs. Lonnie Reid ont D e plant, Saturday, April 9. Hardware, tinware, glassware a .: ' p.~~wS eand groeeen. 4 p.C e.ie PNTIC3s. S' ' ";. i...

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 April 1904

WELSH·'. , .CALCE. PARISH, LOUSINA APRI1 22 94 ·r- .r '·I.S r OLMEI,;,WLS, ALASE PRIHLOIIAAAPIL2, 90. ''ý 1 Our Mall Order Desartment gives prompt attention to mail orders. Express Charges prepaid on all orders of 5.O0 and over where cash accompanies order. Money refunded for any goods not satisfactory that are not out. PERFECT FITTING SHOES. Vo aWr l: IM e w wAr IT. 'ri for wServinranoc wE DO. Our lines of Shoes, Oxford Ties and Slippers for Spring are now complete and include SORO SIS for Ladies, MOLONEYS for Boys and Girls, HANAN and DOUGLAS for Men-in each line COR. RYANa*DIVION we show KID, PATENT KID and the new shades Lakes Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. of TAN. Your wants for Spring and Summer have been anticipated here in every lihe--not a department but what is complete in its smallest detail. The only store in Southwest Louisiana that can completely out fit men,wome and children from head to foot. When in Lake Charles give us the opportunity of show 1n0 you thr...

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 April 1904

' 7. !!RY WHERiE. i . "ibed an anti-split. o into effect April meth Est the Standard Oil p .t) tg}price of all re- k J~ Daer 'allon. Pa - tora at Bynum in Hill tsen tie atore housektof a s4id Add conbidetable I tle, a coupin by mar McKinley, has aio tmistress at King Chi:agc 4 cipat ar .t d;inkdng renders the d typhus attacks, by t M4sti}ve powers. ;. wrd to build a federal }i s Ill. at a doil p' 42,689, ' agailnst nine -a negro,, ,, , negro, was hanged for 'wife cer Tabor has mail -abirnd tow naletter , .take p-_ ythe fiht were lost and over $50'O, biiy.* lvt0woy -aaco P isyIy uia, Priday. Two uir 1- -freman were n fe at' Aulianiry Thusday dsi ere severe/ but no se . g-fasreported. At Weath aae stdre house was .am . - ...  , erO from a moving train near '1Cib TI Mltr idlmai:' 'shuppe' t1o his k has an Qdd 1 ellow n a n ital of _ s'. ,n igc.1perated. The to receive a.. concesxsion rdrd at Frontera, on the i th6 New Jersey Demo ittirehtion and orkdniesd bdient'tuon and selecte...

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. — 22 April 1904

s TL P CIFIC. SNS ET. IOUTE. *. & T. B. R. * . a . COMPANY. L. W. RAILROAD. Superior Through and Local Servioe to LOUlIisA~It, IEX, S, M XICO, .VEW MEXICO, CALIFORNIA., AND PaCIFIc Cost POINTmS. Operated daily between New Orleans and SanFranoioo. Equipmseat, Chair Cars, diompartment sad Obsertation Sleeperi. Dining Daill Fat Through Train between New Orleans and Antonio. Ooaoh. Chasr Cars, Pullman Sleepers. Ezoursion Seepers Monday, Wed. eeday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, rUanlag through to San Fran . Passenger trains enter and leave New Orleans from Union Station. Korgan Lir e atsamrln bety~qnb sw Orleans and Ni* Yorkt. 4a~ ail Orleans Every Vednesday iqoon. New Orleans and avabiiC dubs, ye New Orleans Every Saturday 2 p. m. WFor further informatioh apply to any agent ot the Compay, or, W. IL MASTERS, Tramo Mgr. F S. DEOCKER, Asst. Gen'l Pass At. NEW ORiLEANS, LOUISIANA. 44* * .. . . . . . . . . . . -V. S"TO ,NEW YORK, BOSTON, BU1P S I r~A f4 r AGAR4 D B - TkOIT, CHICAGO 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. — 22 April 1904

1904. cit I 1 Pis q~ j irs'4? 0*4e t lanobard. for a I conduc ticket was where 1 the Sct ganise poll taxes de- Y. All t)t. right of dinstic our poll tax to be k American ih com STuesd pt of a cOPy tend o -of Sa& Ber- Orlesa S ..I,. L . S. Scott, The 'n l . founder of trans a leading t" Charl : of Southwest Rose' and' princpal Bell I rbore evilience of I a k,- being ably. ]4K ly gotten up. Pitre ably conduct- Dero 'iijes Blanche Dero yiaeatler, better. Quen er Peahes," sus- p st eek. Their f {uV time spent als t enjoyable for the Lake atle nd pleasant 't in a business Of p ;ind will remain the i. shake off this at C S-t have crept." dele Tho day, though quiet, Pau it " he votes were Coo little interest was son .*didates for state H,' St ying centered on Sat eSn Early during Da; on day an inde- Em lplaced in the field, nie as indicate,. devel- gat ble' strength. I. J. W contested honors wri ~ ot for the police se O;' Carr for constable uel itenot . and H. A. ,geinst J. R. Ro- '] ...

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 April 1904

"Sing s sog odt Si xnoe, ±C 'Doper fuil oVye i ie UFOw sal twes ylkeiboles dine b before hiE eye- Wbe44s Werr?3*jd.I 'be~gin. to sitg: I t a®l' tiithen".'the Properrtl tij~l it) i .. ·)C CCOOPER'S. TSony )Ioney ]Dkii UVKou \Wesnb'it. Z SUTUXIUDAT iDYZ XUW Sinwies'wEry 8 temyid tae 1 m. ? 1lt.sre ooxN.3Uh bNA1 o~UacU. Seriafoe refr s 4aMdsJ t 11.a mrand 8 p. W; Sandai sochel yesy sy "ua moru, -at 1.0 okidlscL a. M.liresisJFautor. U.in.ooavoU. soUT.. Seuwice. .vl &UIIW d dUl t 11 a,. Uaiid 7:80 to a. Bar. T.M n tnlei'Paator. W.UToEUU 7L.. OHoUas. Preedhin a t 11 mtd 88, t ..ev Sunda . Sufda~iobeol at'9 r48; Ju1U5rfU wt: Epwosilh LSSUSet 7,p+. 2 ted. 8Pv anyone n·~aneu..Iea. Bar. Goewin T&alor. 8unes ay s si u1 h 7 in o e for 8nn ýt:Da Jro. oooritr. 8uv Infasdh ý los llteolors at Dantals' ae, d -this n M. E. Moree tdranaetbbalness Bi5 L Jennings Taesday . Mrs Teachers rppatteastldst, the Jour EMis nal o6e. Mond Mr. se MId rs. W.E..Byety -visited W in JennieYs. Sf&Y. ' ...

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 April 1904

A-TRICA. t4 ýr'7 ·bj I f~ : ýn ýil " girt .`:ateý:'V, MVI xaf'[ 1ý i a a4 rt'ly rr sacdid¢ was brilliant siffered :from want of bie hors4s. having only ak· lmaals"- capable of scout 'iUth '?he enemy withdrew in a north FaSterly direction. ' .' E*ar Yon Glasenapp marched on .ttilrU .lintending to make an at. acqunt of tle engage WiV 4iie Hereros says ninety S... te enemy's dead were Le"twein, governor of German SBothwest Africa. announces that the lfn force left Okasandja $_'or Otjosafu. .....Th outhwest African .orrespond '~ilhe Cologne Gazette. Dr. Moel lenhof, has. sent his papc. a graphic of O na- ra . f,. if " i - con at. on tn -h 'u V.inh Senr de·ri' ng the rel of Oab itlllery of wouen relief tchrps ta ty ý -r tT Td be w ohd >natural fortification consisting ofn leizteitsprilike. toJreting roks.f ',-' l-be : 4.drv When the athis p's m-atural fortification consisting of e S- te'.: Hereos took up a new one contesting -the ground inch by inch - ii' "'lavihg .a number of dead...

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 April 1904

Oe': n ertn in three in the state of E;,:; 4I.di .Vxie has a _saings Bik .oaount. oI d the average de positor has $48 Ki to his credit. Russia devotes twenty cents a head to educttion. Thts '.i but half of one per cent of her total budget,. More Flexlbe "and La sn won't shabke out or blow out .by usd Defiance ntajý!enh' wou obaiin r rusulsit than possible with any other rand and one-third more for same money. ---------- It is claimed that the Christian En deavor movement has been of more value to young Christian life in India j than it has in America. ;. -r -ioen ---- t Ask Tour Dealer For Allea's Poot-Eas, A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Corns, Foot-Ease makes new Qlightshoeseasy At alIDruggists and Shoe atres, 25 cents. Ac cept no substitute. Sq9ple mailed FREE Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. When a young man has anything to say during courtship he can figure on holding his audience. If e .ae" t' 2u .e' pole- by what .they ' ithn m ueli u e on hay and  jhtt,I .. .. ...

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