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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 20 May 1904

. BEST and CIHEAPEST FEED. Every Sack a Guaranteed AT nes Bros .IED STORE .  ,7 •- .. . Local and Personal. vorin -a was writ a n diFread' and the Gospel is pears in G"' " ' C~ulf Co fare. The w! "inting papering and sign writing out of rk on short notice by W. E. Byerly. state the A. n 'no one until you have pasnsing in his place. began b X si t. Louis Globe Democrat and prhanls :: L for $1.5 for both papers rice each gujesit its reported, is to have call for .d~"lJ paper- buys his rs rept cards at the Jour- pounds It e in the s8 is. . . MaIedus spent does. 1 Jenn . books, wrier ribbon at the contrivi ty rie O erY Sto re. - causes. u0 raig ipen$ a few days this in this ,ý :,tumont. "ii this' ~ mo- "'many Stinware, glassware Cann and groeries. . merchs the rice . 'ar Miler spent yesterday and the its Jeapings. tsreel aubbe Gand ndy . belting of all would tbe Welsh Carriage and Inlº. , chance panese SH made a business trip matter ducer mU^ .I *aobine and lubrica- I1e Welsh Gar...

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. — 27 May 1904

ror -, :c ('? -bi -l2wie ''f atnn i`' 4 sn't thiu Wit bI who I aim WELHCALCASIEU PRSLOUISIANA, MAY 27, 1904., r ° 'POPARISH, WELSH, VOLTT ompt attertion, and are filled same day as received. Express chargies pre Mail all orders of $5.00 and over where cash accompanies orde. nd Suit Cases. um AW.IKM If YOU F WAN IT. S ip this Summer : o Toffered here for the se Un ags. Every size from the lecti the Large Bureau Trunk, COR. RYAN DIVIONlO S1 Sms Club Bags, Cabin Bags, Lakes Charles' Bigtest, Best and Busiest Store. toge ult Cases. I OPPORTUNITES in Seasonable Goods, not one which you ii to take advantage of. They are all bright, new, crisp ina he price, are values all shoppers will appreciate. SLouisine Silk--27 inches wide; At oc ard. r an ti Taf jaunty for ShirtWiaist Suits, feta, Satin Gros Grain and . $100 a yard value; special at Taffeta Bibbods, 2 to 5 inches wide. Every want. .................. .8. ed shade and Black and White, values up to 25c. specially at a yard............ ...

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. — 27 May 1904

;;' _ _ _ _ _ r ·~#·;.:.: ;?gti` N I I Ru alt T " 4>iaýý''. : a3,000. CEAPES FEED. Every Sac ", ansd vwerit lhg ret, AT to ercia1 oircles: tare .,. .re i:" -and. ~~: ter nilg, papering and si e" . eon ahort notice by W. eeei n ; nese vessels cominn, ( euan h'no one until o'the-oar Tung Sin his place. Lheavy lghting . ,be :lhe St. Louis Globe g " TVn and the JOu L for $1.75 for ee Japanese ipg it is reported ' Togo's t iae maintaining a con ..ew daly- paper. met of the Russian po .' .- renors cards ilon' 3'Th- e Uhneee report that the a0is fai ash at-quite ready for the quapipnedt 'at*a t ,Op poprtv AftwIr, but are;-a iA tng thes waters of iloating mines apd mounting heavy guns near P;rom 'ban '..fal, KRan coimes the heWs(:.Of a" Japa'es , repulse by the Port' timr garrison with heavy loess after' astubborn fight lasting several hours ' Unitions Disappeared. St. Petedibhrg, :Real concern is felt in offlcial circles over the fact that q-khtltieae of wgr munitions. urgently nee...

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. — 27 May 1904

e....... A ' : ,'" ' -t: .. ,. . iy: < '". :."T . ,- . -.. - . -. om nent club wma i":l St ' Joseph , Mich., .. t. "*l of tfal.g of tl{ or :rter '. i1 ....h at.ri' parying d ains an cl .: MA. : looks dark im rs{ was my feeling a few mo health was caused b' prolia nided like a knell to me, mi h m 'Vegetable Con . == " : the .ot- forces and 1 . .. me. F four mon U .a-. PM d . fallining . " me"t-uati g .re plent. " alter S"the Gri r isnc -r, i, and Ci urday. are plent forted by some prel John F Walton \A petit day to ol division Frank Bowman gins' pli Work menced i E.J. C -' ver Norn are S the B Srrived W. T. • nRoanok i· . ? Miss] ' is here plant. H. E. i. " L "country The dynami "The 1-.5 is t. May 29 Solo ai subject the Liv Person and bu friends service and up 4. . B o:,a -. Iji xf. mt r s't 40 " tblng wlbh bJri when l a' m artn4.'' tisflt an Gettifi It. woos" say they dont k.SR Dr I .aue. they bmw. a .took In h"ibue es.brmaf, whihb they know emnast bo moildiol aoustozne who ...

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. — 27 May 1904

BEST' an '.. . ,..,.,= ...... :L~L:'.. :'. - 4,. CItAAPES :Ibe O~h~Les by re. owill Snot qu tion, - rate Vetei July 18, 14 and, Hoit picnic to' a to be . or..each '. Twice-A* ' Repub1 q . Mr. au Charles, 1, Sunday. One of remembe - . only men A n oun- -nut is better th .,, explanation after you h:.'ý -aL d it. He who dwells with pleasure on the S': faults of others only confesses that he has plenty. pf his own. An excursion was run Sunday from take Charles to Lafayette, but few from'Welsh took advantage of it. W. R. Jordan, of the wholesale gr ocery firm of Wall-Jordai & Co., of Lake Cbharle, was here Saturday * 4I' v o . usieme atters. - ** -sr~ * 2 D. Dining cars .rains. For informa .:ding World's Fair trip ap o my agent, or C. F. Woods, T. ., San Antonio, Texas. A. CLIE, CLIIIE LEE, . a, 'ers, Collections promptly attended to. Titles Examined, Charters Drawn, Abstracts Furnished. Will practice in the courts of Lake Charles. Otfices: Welsh, Jennings and Lake Charles Offi...

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. — 27 May 1904

-. / ent club w a 'n -U'. St JosepVh, Mich t of falling of panying pains and n's Vegetable :-Lis looks dark in , is fading, away and. she was my feeling a few mo S`health was causeed by prolki nded like a knell to me, ' ': owVegemecorn ..the, Laottforces -and' me. Fo four mon -. `< an,,. "... " fa • . medne th_ o .Ir* c 4Ma ;NJ ~a: ~ ; ' ·bita ~a1i'UO * tblns with blm Wh.! IaI'm Sbra flG. Insist on estting ft.' 0W 5 o-m- 7 they don't kaep De heouuse they haes a %to0k In Uma ,tR s o. bread', which tbey know Saaot he .aldto .a ouitomos who bhai oge e-'the 10 o. pkg. Defance Starch tor -~ messy. - ý SOU -EE i PAý znc.T r .&Ta.. 3 3 & COMPAT . W. KAIL*OAD: ~.psr~in TbR@.a na Loag Srwoe to LTEXS, MEXICO, ýýlO III~f NtW E1 .4IWXCO. C*Z.xI1FORNI.Aý ,ga m ACTIPJC COdl tT pFOlATs. P.,sI~atS 411 berrtWiUI NjW OrlW a Saii 18I3OO. Nqiipta·*.j ýO;@.in,' Osto Oati. t and ObsevOaTi S3.sj. s isag rý ' 'ý aad Sa Qaf t' g: tbsta San lu k t. ueaiay, ift.Fiday and Sai'e NowniQWp5 " , ga len...

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. — 27 May 1904

passed r 4their'wRay rijata.uM-poizp t to S :'P~frinted out, wass `;. ,, . ..ý siiýDSºD of, the .on- S 4 i VDr. ooper, prIno3pj tOwns - few parish. Ibterie were Paul Gardner and of take Charles, in r''1bey took thA t1 bwarde. At { oTr will i'- .ot qul ation, Toeate Veter ' July 13, 14 adi jottt picnic to f'-o for eacb Republic' ,- . Mr. and:. Charles, vý Sunday. One of thes, remember is ; only men anu ° j An ounce oi. is better than after you havea^ j He who dwells with faults of others only 0o has plenty pf his own. An excursion was r Lake Charles to Lafs from'Welsh took adva' W. R. Jordan, grocery firm of Walle of Lake Charles, wa atendl tobusit p Oppos .to "i passed SGaeir 'ray T strong-point to k""'~tinted out, -was S hlýasni ane of. the en i 41?; i't Dr.; Cooper, fame prinocpal towns . new. parish. ; r, th-ere were Paul 5W. Gardner and ~ 'of ,ake Charles, in yLTet took the 4 atonitoupe. for ti, delegation: w6au.be they in i'orin 'lake Charles, S -id(B - Oberlin, a 'majority 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. — 27 May 1904

i .asdpv "*Eý dig fh. r, MrsD. D thn or much bet Tbe Eastern hsrleOst r nmonthly 1 and initiated S di[sirles .Bell, Mrs. M stiess annmma Gallup : that order. I ý us served. p to toLak Mrs. J. E. Tey Saturda3 for O sdys in Web eu-ead Nor Mrs. R. A di Netws Follette ace maining unt: Sb aisting Miss t S r- stopped off home from pto 4alpbur summer nor :.<it a fw days was the guE Arceneaux boke s fbr Lee Strol g 3JournIk Book il Stoothel became in, .... . 'iit Cover- peter Mc i k r isLake n*R ontwce aenpg which he ( 46h iss C n - < been visil Simmons dia. God arrived Sat- bas gone 0ile 40?'a pie eof we " returnin as at~anded Iowa. as rles as far a no, ý a.;gtily' A spe came over Havana esr~con for given b of W 18 Is Th - 4 f $40.85, .;wr-ed-i:io: sale. g riends n Lake The dise st' Ai ss Annie Dun-' s ::spent' several of i . penr a Mrs. ed, co SMr, an ment, volun mere m social this able 1 g te vacant build a of the first Na- " Th ltonight in the va- yers qj e First p Mary and day ...

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. — 27 May 1904

Ru t iA; 4 - ý M ~mId :~*· I, - 1 " -. :re for will =. it not qul tion, ta ere Vete " July 13, 14 an4 a Joint picnic to ' t6. One .4. to be ep'flam for each k ,Fepublic. - . Mr. an' Charles, Vi " Sunday. One of thE remember is only men an :° An ounce o is better than after you have He who dwell b faults of others only has plenty pf his own. An excursion was r Lake Charles to Laf from'Welsh took adv W. R. Jordan, grocery firm of Wa of Lake Charles, - at-en-dn ito ~ V - .y t ol , St.,tahee a I .3a7rcra h es n' or;bands and 4 yards o ero to the right 2 27 inches wide or' 1% 1 es wide with % yards of ºand 4dI yards of braid, atest in Wraps. ps are always an im wardrobe. This of ce will be the ndsome toilets. at s the cloak, the ie ero. also of 'lace, .aa their various t -wrap, really an extra Stse garments are ?e " ietimes reaching 'and again com S."TiMW 8b.  - pith pink and lavender b ca ni t c is sa-i;-nedt Jsifture snives st~ ras then sappIed ti'nt ea of t ti.sade iay be u...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 27 May 1904

t prominent club womaný r an; o St: Joseph, , tells how ,she ,I a cured of falling ,of ,the womb and is accompanying pains and misery b S a Vegetable Copoun .....des ,o: aS' doeh .* eha:.s. hopes ever ape stored o myfeeling a few months Do hel and. :thasc niry por. heftth was caed b rolus e b ufii ft . e SThe wordssounded like a ell to meI felt that my s had El.. am. ia E. 'ah s Vegetable Compou. me as Pnrike.as : sttosthe. lo t orkes -and.rk ilndeed whtnip untoa hat_ added hfdna andath  ,sh ae hoepe n e I th ank you very onuchhor what oru reproof of of the facot balled by any other mU dcine the world has over o a Hare is another case: -o u 2 "DIhl AlCE. PTO ie: For years I wasa ve troubled wiime an h fallsickness thei tey oulr am foadvice as soon as any dleistressing syp s free ainting spells, and stomach troublmen ahe _1 " doc tored , for about five years but. . d not , to impro ve. I began the use of your o cpn, and havelo taken seven bottlesm of is !ee bue n as . . er Ve...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 27 May 1904

r " M Y .p ' 'Y ' M~YJ ,y 4i A Moh t pae at - As MI11 serve is q y,. he AE uByerly. . - -ux nmeans an the giasware wit ies.. P business5 trip die afternoon. li 't of nil of Carriage i.uId iMp.j thi tw g among apes ox hot at your head. ga * nd lubrica- P S Cearriaoge aond toon - Orndles ri S T re ore. ae th a"o niers't, they Sm t tane oo . rTri r .bsefrigeore, am sd tlomid thof needis sun- ti in e either staple *tonight served by atWlI wht. o aa .whns apd Organdies d -Conover,. tof kJennings, was y mtttieding to business ,of machine and lubrica at W.osh Carriageoed a nt are n ary always wrong 9-asbort run, they are seldom long, sr bats, gloves, mitts, e all kinds of supplies at the soaeoa u rey Store. . Fhfabit returned Wenes :n n from a visit with her par bioGandlº bel4p$ of all Ci: Criage- and Im erhap been given two n that they might s, not one. are displaying the siallow see something ridicu "i' Iio neaerly everything; the pro *in hardly anything. dyig one year in advance to A...

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. — 3 June 1904

L WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH1, LOUISIANA, JUNE 3, 1904. VOLIME - - , V I S IGNAL CLOTHING STORE. DRESSY HATS, HOT WEATHER CLOTHING, , CLAPP, TULANE, UTZ & DUNN'S SHOES. A GrWEERSON, LSH, (Jo 5. (RSON, LOUISIANA. Calcassleu Remains United. The Carver bill providing for the A divijsionof Calcasieu parish and the fa creation of Foster parish was given a iot solar plexis blow Friday afternoon and when it was indefinitely postponed by aad voteof56 to 40. This action on the h prtof the house puts a quietus on the the Calcasieu division question for at the least two years, and if the matter is then considered the wishes of residents Wel in other sections of the would-be dis- ed membered section will in all likelihood tw4 be consulted. we The New Orleans Picayune of Satur day had the following report of the Ca closing incidents of one of the most Cn bitterly contested measures that was the ever debated on the floor of the housein of representatives at Baton Rouge: The schbeme to divide Ca...

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. — 3 June 1904

Wx n P T o C,., L't'd Pubs: WELSH, - LOUISIANA EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. [tie Vit Star" ? ut ,,, tiil y ro (p nt'r d a branch IRt ;, r , ' i,'. "a'it h L. Watsnr, c'a>hi r. Any man who can hiol a baby , 'n l',ur wi'noul saying natLh: y )irds S in 'hr -:arne ( lass wi:h , J,1,. Te xas fltel K '.'p r-' .-soiation n ,-,-h'n at San Arntoni la:t  eek '4-lected l)i(li i -s th1 n, mr''t ini grf great nlutmbers and of all si.;cs a;round Aihhens. Sterp haw, ltier takL n t(' lay -irgl( to til n1;. Slate• IIH.alth Officer Tualor i ar - t~ d ,f thli' ajjii.a:'ittt'i i, vi (ow t(,' '(r in a s)llturb oitf Tamnti,(,, am :Li o ;i th !own propi r. ire Fa rnrrs' ilotI at l.aw tor:. )t., was !,li" noId ' i, ly Flr'iuay" nur ing. .IJ(,n Itri,'t an and Pat :ilt(';lI \vw r , tircni d to d(t h a;lld - n(I rir' \e!'r· Illr lre Id. ('erdlnal S,ito l e1'f; I'ome Friday me*il.n. tor Naples on it journey to the U'nit.id Stat,. A.' Naph. s he will tak( the steamer lPrin.,- train far N( w Yori.. At!b( rt ...

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. — 3 June 1904

-Th [iIN PACIFIC. S Uý T SUNSET ROUTE. & - S. s. COMPANY. L. W. RAILROAD. Slent:or Through and Local Service t LOUISIJANA, TEXAS, MEXICO, NEW MEXICO, CALIFORINI.A VAND PACiFIC CO.ST POINTS. SUNSET LIMITED. 0 rated (tally :),Nweent New Orloano a an San Fran c oo. Equipmaeut, Coahe;,air C:Lra ComwpartmenL and Observation Sleepers Dning ar Meali a t Ilrt.. 1ly Fas, Thr ugh 'rain between New Orleans and Antonio. Coach ', ,hair (¾'a., i'udLmanl Sleepers. Excursion Sleepers Monday, Wed neIaY -Tlursdav, Friday and Saturday, runn:ng through to San Frau cones pa,set),'r .trrtL antr ant leave New Orlani from Union Stat.ion. corgau c Li*t Staiwers between New Orleans and New York Ieave )w.o acns Evry+,:' i %,,,,neiday Noon. New Oridans and Htavana, Cuba, -'W Oea E v-;Evry Sa:.tday p. m eor forth :r1e a oL)L'.h )t: apply to any ageno t of hi _)omay, , , ; Fo l . , Ti. df1 .rr'i' MtJr. F. S. DECKER, At Gen 1 'laSi Ag. S. .. .4,-4, 4+*1. # s. o i ** WABASH ROUTE.... i ITO NEW YORK, BOSTON...

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. — 3 June 1904

The Rice Belt Journal. II'udi slhed I ~rv F'riday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE I)4)Jl.M.-i A Yi":.Iu IN ADVAN('E. Iihter-i1 Pi thl- )-Tý, ,A?1c at ` el d1i. L~a., as seeo~il 'It'- tl la ¾ýr. ---ulr ~ \ 1'::;. 1! 11, * 0 SA Well, * * ; Advertised * 0 Name * A  1 4oprle tll elK '!ult ct'll;lpt;tti ,. tR'llSt, " anti CoItm lIitnila. of a.l khll ls I tu t O * how to. If your nat" i str ,n;ly io- 0 * pr.ssed upon )l l e le + llnl tl> iby jull i Scitoul advortiiltig, you hltV, an aisiet " that is worth terhIapn ai ltuc'h or moire " than tour hunlM ess ite·iif. A Ibkingj * powder cotmJpau with a fat.ry and 0 * tot.. invto eitt. at a fi. htmtdret l thu,- 0 Satni dtollars, r tt u l , 1't.to.0o0 for its * * bluinels. ITh., vlhu: thtir numttei at 0 * st, ral miull ,:s. Tis i, only one of 0 * th llt maty thots~ant of seith etst O Sa lheret theu nate it worth niiuy tutite 0 Sthe atotuitint t the ixittins itself. Is " Syour namet iellug iutprelts'ed on DtoplIis 0 Stit tdi stirlg...

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. — 3 June 1904

FUEL OIL GUARANTEED TO BURN, -For Sale at MacFADDEN OIL WELLS, Welsh Oil Field, at 65 'l. BARREL. SEE L. WHITSETT. Beginning June Ist. Change of Ad Every Week A Letter. TiTHz 'oE' LADIEs ,t WE~.MI. And what do you desire in a drug store ' Aplace where you can get all tose little articles of the toilet sonecessary to a woman's com fort: Tooth Brushes, Dentifices, Combs, Brushes, Po w ders, + puffs, Perfume Atomizers. . Aplace where you can get the very odour of perfume you have * been wishing for so long. + A place where you can -et the * latest thing in stationery. A place where, with y our *"friend," you can enjoy an Ice + SCream Soda, while he enjoys your company, and where he 4 can get you just the "nicest chocolates ever.'' THATS ;COOPEIR'S. Your Money Back if You Want it. 4 +4*4*444##d÷• •÷V•4*44 ÷÷* ating dates will not lengthen a am's days. [apt. B. T. Walihe spent Sunday eb his family in 2:ew Orleans. W. H. Taylor transacted business hJennings Tuesday afternoon. I .E. Lewis,...

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. — 3 June 1904

MiRS. DECKER HONORED BY HER FELLOW CLUB WOMEN ,lot Ni b . /~ ''\ ) ,.. .:..·  ", / /%r - . D ýff ,ý j ýlt Ml.,; Aara++ 11 !'!ft t)eeker. who , rag eir~it v )Ieº"SI(Ieh ot the (ier1~rat F'ed th; iiing I UJI, vcnimen of the c(Uih try .i~ hts. r.'i v iev I)resident ofC thyN K:ti o' i? 'c 't-ration, aid ah'o has hw---u if lh· toa d of the federatiou iu (tioradtio. her native state. Mrs. )ock r, Mioste home is at I)enver. is an arden·:t advoc,(ate of equal suffPrage.. The womeln who arm' antagbnlItie to Ills hi 1iic3' 1iPl)o,'td hr elcetion at the ifli confl efltIu of dobs, but with ont a ----- a,-,l.-, DRIFTING SUBMARINE MINES A MENACE TO WORLD'S SHIPPING. i,).Ma. yars ago a writer on interna timnmt! ia, and the rules of war said 'Thi ,;lshlow; of Kertsch and c'rou stadlt ar, pla,, ei thick with infernal rnact:ites. It is possible to go too far in this direction." To-day the deeper as welt a.; the shallower waters in the vititu , of Port trthur are thickly sowVn ;vilh ,eadly thbmarin...

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. — 3 June 1904

Boneor Back Pains, Swollen Joints THROUGH THE BLOOD By Botanic Mfood Balm (B. B. B.) iiA 1RO }; l sr'T S NT F '. t' N: L, red hemn e. \Ve £Zrt r. Dy return r" ;"z a E a1 (1:i~ I;·.;Cin, the ured, morel Cae of te do, 'ors. or ',pr t' - Ori liniment1's i n r- ' ie 0niacid r'·'0" in '' to .,r (t) n Itp pi.e g,, In r }oodot 't u. t I' *IP p:. :, neril', where It 'Tel a curC.11.13. IJi, bar. : I,', n l ·nd c f (.. r, t (i n -l tl c I!itl' Ie (up.T tu tie j nnr lwd born ·.c~ n" ,, !e 'ldr ' and per~e,:'': e ,. t: ! ' h~h. tj t, r. rnht (d fit fed. riif IC . Lad ,,:,1.. 1 C' ogI ft'p Omit. 't ya, orI ii !:g s . duie n tret leg. a.1n I~' ,u 1 , * ýh,,'iiI d e" .:tI ene I'j;%t S toien t,'.1. t Ii, utyt o incll to ri jban iclr dl so yn6 f,.t" I,. t. t·' ',.l ' air'I r .,: Vae- s;n it, Iti,, nd rci'l` tore.I h.el, if i I , ~ iti c or. cpr C I iC i c l'ri'i :",' . tI i`:"i'itl} nninr.l flow s' rp~ ant p, rnn,r~ r ' s ..r'. ;n .e!.t:e ri. k. Ittactl U e I i d ond i Oilenr dhrt'.C % " f I '! ti r...

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. — 3 June 1904

9 19 9 FEED. Every Sack SGuaranteed , 9 AT Jones Bros FEED STORE ~ Ever Sak CHURCH NOTICES. BEVEINTH DAY "DVENTS. Services every Saturday at 10 a. i. All are ordially invited to attend. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Service, every Sunday at 11 a, m. and a p tr!. Junior ('hrietiau Endeavor at 3:30 and henior at 7:30 p. im. Prayer service and Bible training class Wednesday evening 7:45. F. C. LASLETTF, Pastoral Supply. Sunday sctfool gunday morning at 10 o'clock. PAUL' W. DAN. arLs, Snpt. A hearty weh'ome extended to citizens. farmers, their falmilies and friends. "FLTCHIR M. B. CHUROK. Preaching at 11 and 8, every Sunday. Sunday school at 9:45; Junior Learue at 3; Epworth League at 7 p.m. Allinvited. Ev anyone made welcome. Rey. Corwin Taylor pastor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. M. and 7:30 p . . rayer meeting at 7:30 p. I. every Wednesday. Itay. H. T. Coxesa, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. m. every Sunday. DH. JSo. 5. CooPa, Supt. Local and Personal. A man of...

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. — 10 June 1904

ri: .· VOLUM-t E Y.\E -1,(IA i.1'E AtS1 O ISA A U E1) 91 SIGbNAL CLOTHING STORE. DRESSY HATS, HOT WEATHER CLOTHING, CLAAPP, TULANE, UTZ & DUNN'S SHOES. J. 5. (IGERSON, WEoSHA _.  , minu nr u nnm un I   un am ain unn-n - n l muu m mnu l nnn ·i Jgst ailn to Insure Rice Crop. A Jennings special says: Unless it rains in the ,e'irse of a very few days the rice crop will be a failure. It is reported that several large pumping stations in the ri. e belt, io catedalong the La,'asine river, have closed down. Growing rice is fast beingkilled by the sun. The Key stone plantation, one of the largest in the rice belt, was forced to shut dorn Is pumps some time last week. The Mayville Canal ce(mpany have Closed down, and the Lacasine (anal com pany will close in a few days. Unless itrains soon there will not be a single plant which gets water from the rivars running. Although the water is so low that the pumps cannot run, there has been no complaint of salt water, which isdueto the locks a...

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