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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 11 July 1902

.in glu In the fence that t the howl" in ?A1i n o is not ~ A·*lgl~t .in In Or. ws not the real .be desired. Ai not feeling e fi hldlsposed. us npyhealthy? - LBmutoch turn siort~b~ming ory to` read 4ti ?, d.rral -eL:ý"'s tous ahe ''ý. Jug · hu,erpieOrttobb rfx is `I# f,.'bee e: arM A-.. `· Sthe 44ý ""W AC ··~. * y A eabo oil 4iA41 lt' muc, lion; ~_I~siS~;~-wu~~u;1:t' a ..IT· $2,- lay Stha thee a"~ue for ii ~·h~dli Pieha thn 3oka~; i' A m- b C Ul~ian oy- a Wouldst live? Then suffer much! Drink deep the draught of pain. He has not lived, or he has li-'ed in Vain. * Who knows not sorrow-has not fedt the Q I touch Of pity tot another-weary strife, - False gilded helpes, and love; These things are life. *I Wouldst hope? Look not behind! . But step upon the past to higher things, And seek the sunasine. Upon fortune's wings You yet may soar, and fortune can be kind. SS Why not? All life is change- | To all who truly hope, Naught is too strange. WouldPt dream? Look in the wcet! Drink in the ...

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. — 11 July 1902

SET U aL haSn maovica WIT SLEErsPi a BoTWEEN ORLEANS, IE D CALIFORNIA "DOUUW1 DAILY 8 Ien a w Orleans, aust NSET CE af LIR CARS between 1Honuton an a.M Denfion Via. Hoaston and H. & T. C. R. L. S'i ORDINARY SLEEPER1$ from Washington. Cincinuati and Chicago via New Orleans to Pacific Coast Pointe and return. connect at Ney Orleans for New York, Washing on. D. C., Atlanta, Memphis, Cincinatti, St. Louis and Chicago. on ttORE T. J. PARKS, con oUORS,. HO US TON, .TEX. 4: A E 8, ent onaf. Mgr'. LJG. P~ & T .-A y and harge -- " ., you ubscripon. he tier rs, rollf ous howo ey eitlO or agar M<< IIUh1 q ee way scree out in > ' o .Biughl. h l ýý lýr crýri ... s.lrrýrý. Ar Iw.rr .r L: "-.-.a signs of s !ie e riýbulations k.o e cows that t t. ~ ithe oo woman, hey were poison;Just--losed the door on the 1 inary took a loolion of chsri tble folk who s euzzled. They e~~- t iho~ r 1ir how to make tired. Those that ig, cheering dessert from the re sleeping so sour; of a seven-c...

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. — 11 July 1902

How They Are " Aluected by An v`ieu· . .Ti....up .... In _.,,o. s o, k·'ia~~lneS::*r~n~e,,  rs s 5 `'t al Corteuspondenoe.l Pa.. July 7.-In times of preosperlty the conditions of ihe adiers in the anthraclte  which this city is the cen l.E 4 nrqph the same as those l~e*There in the ordinary in of lifte. There are pros 'ell to do miners and im r.ad ne'er do well miners of all grades between the ml kb to suppose, as many ..e aunacquainted with the here, that coal miners or .drahble proportion of them in aniy respect. As h;born American mln. a other communi bet e as highly re the:r .class of citizens. :wntheir own homes. eve. a comletency in e tte crties or if llies are not d than those, of oIr'.lgoi and daughters nient people of the "aro amo6ng the most :usaselans, the peers bes-; of the local bar, jo nI.allste world in t ar- eloquent , pulpit frequently drawn in bif the "Utypical min I ffruzy women seated upon il 4t isa is a carica a ea miner indlg there are some tII .iIn the r...

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. — 11 July 1902

* PACIFIC TROUTE. SLEEPERB BETWEEN CO AND CALIFORNIA . cmVIC BaETWEEN Galveston and San Antonio. a mile.L SPEC L s enison Via. Houston and H. & T. C. R. 3. i us coal R$ from Washington. Cincinnati Slsewh w Orleans to Pacific Coast Points and return Th us for New York, Washington. ted a, Memphis, Cincinatti. St. Louis and Chicago. .i "  S TON, TEX . J. PARKS. on the ent on a y and al harge of new just the cows. 28 he fields ý rs, rolling n a while ous howls. ey either or against e way the y screwed out in the to Bingham cause there igns of suf part of a cows that the 'they were poisoned. terinary took a look at was puzzled. They were nd tired. Those that had were sleeping so soundly ldn't be waked up even fork. The local veterin in--to assist the man tpn. -and the three sat ws all night long. morning the cows ap all right. True, most of trifle ashamed, but on y seemed in fair shape dy to go back to eating king milk. It wasn't un ere turned out for their morning drink, and almost...

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. — 11 July 1902

T"h Rice Belt Journal. Publisned Every Friday by Walker & Company. SgI DL.LAR A TSAR IN ADVANCE. FRIDAY, JULY 11, 114)2. qry!Sm at the arotofmoe at Welsh, La., as ", oadems matter. By all means let us have water S works. Welsh is destined to be a large and prosperous city at no very distant day.' Every citizen should plan and work with that idea in view. , . The anti-trust bill passed the house Monday, the vote standing sixty-three for to twenty-five, against. The bill :* was favorable reported to the senate '.. Tuesday. The JOURNAL hopes that the mem tbers of the town council can see their way olear to put in a system of water works, for the town certainly needs it. When we get waterworks electric lights will soon follow. ',Late despatches state that King Ed ward has expressed .a willingness to subnit to another surgical operation immediately after the coronation next month. While his condition continues to improve, he is not yet entirely out +F of danger. Jennings will soon ...

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. — 11 July 1902

EJ tOUTI SUNI SDAILY TRN 'SERVICE WITrH NEW ORLEANS, MEXT DOUBLm DAILY lea ing. law Orleans, Houston, done SUNSET CE]onable URBE CHAIR CARS between Ho' SD SPULLMAN ORDINARY SLEEP"Edgerly d U and Chicago via Ne manent All Traine connect at New OrleF D. C., Atlan 8. F. B. MORSE. T" T the Wm. Pase. Traf. Mar. - .~. will move Fifteen fine Jersey cows rrigated by Whitney Point Stock Farm it 8 per cent. disgraceful spree last Monda HEALD. most frightened the men in :o Ganado, them out of their wits. turned home For a long time no one what was the matter with ' F. D. Cal. They went reeling across t' ake a lot of drunken soldied daughter, oa an out oL i their eyes, and. every once J ngs mter morn giving vent to the most hid ke Jennings When they got tired tl-rom a visit leaned against one another' in this city. the fences, and that was tyho has been men found them when thlce for several up enough oeurage to go Arhe r ý field and investigate. aed her posi A hurry call vas sent much needed t...

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. — 11 July 1902

-v 1' M1.. w ?. 4 ·. ..ir· I i M-1 K I ('I ;e I " T `ý 'r is ý1` f kC 3p / ký -a . ... the It l an as een' Inxi ste~ d" Servia, and for i f of. th " foreign :" :i6b s k about SO, ¶1 Dqbt5s00 ruId. reme cour f Vie bas 4eo 'tht the m al gov ment, debmt; o c D w krettzers.and interest, owing to the _ttJtown of Prastanz, Tyrol, since 4i 196.;-o 4 that. time the wed m joun ta:,th .yndP . its te . ,g, . . as a uty Ve pledge burned .W.and th ernment reful~e to 'AP18 . n brought suit, gr " until a final de NF, 7 ."-··'. .43W- . 77 ' t~i~r~ c} 2 ~T~~.·I; 7-· ··· ;i"iu ';f· ) ~· Q 5~' J;t. lic .t~; 3 ·~ ~~r ; ~L~Y · -~ V ; 'r;·y 's~L~~IIY~ · ·1. ~.: r ~m~c~ r'l L· ·.J"9` ·~·C·-I P"3EI~': c~z· ;i. ri ~t~·t se c ~ ; ·r i .t Ar ! .err .. ·. ; : . ,A Too Careful Wife, st tragdd' was dis. 'TBriJh bankruptcy court ew weeks age. A certaid gentle man epd by.the promise of West jold mining shares, had _  -his brokers asking them to a large number, but wisely td. ;to t1h " letter aside for r; deliber...

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. — 11 July 1902

The - y the Mise l, ". fur As t pulp ..do ot wth - wordeof a. s,' da IP. :,we been ntro Sother .re h.ý 1 con-te Sg.,he" fnstoumen hra . S oswaterl pounds of with 20 at ti St'eIn other words, .re r· - t -n.. mat- u n Sant s WI df t vAue, a fe Harper's Ferry, M. He ran nizie therw onathemorae-. - 411Ex Sat a d of fr s p s wories hans Stofa s o e is theew ol lawyer in point tinuous service in New Eng d.scea '- u bet api" U1. ore Swhich instrum poteent h an a ca ent mae po an se pro· t S ckiumptlon, of- mination to r Sords per mia o water results in a ga St' erefor, to be bpd Dispat".t" . ere op 4 fr es Pn an ~4hJnSmit th'oI1et A ic` " cle Ero Fer y H ";tlengine on the Baltrimi nhre dli tze and indeeof fr m sdc" b1 torhe idean se ý ..- ofe e mt orets 0per the ed b Thompulp. ans Saold- tn a on soc SW. Paine, of Bangor. Me i e. p a e pil law continuously sixty X ate ing S1838 to 788 er of the nine- mo Se is the oldest lawyer in point ismust tihuous service in New Engad. for daMexi d tth...

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. — 11 July 1902

*' ,a""" were C H. Hoopoe. C. STerry, Prof. Shuck, nJess.e Kelly, Mert M - r: itos l. Hooper and S. E. Carrol, Ionel I j .lake Charles Fronk Suydam. Among those who w the Dvidsoo- outing were the folo' ,Ld.t hav  s. eo. yther, W STe , Buckingham, to a nton, Tefaor mour Aroeneas Ld gorning for a Kennedy, FloydBa "J . ib. S erfy- O1ie Daughenba gh, e. 0ell began Nellie Moore, Pear] week in teir new1 Thomas and a fea u." side of town. names we failed tO 1 to Welsh Sat- of others had plane weeks' sty In ing to the failure Texs points" tion Company to pro S they were unable to :. °epda posi- The band boys we ha rware and with the hospitality SMorse & the citizens of Po spoke glowingly of dAO e Elegat I ,Aturned* It you intend p y.p retun n -and want somethb' .from a sev- the WIGMAN PI famr y of finest ii strumdnt logue furnished b: eMondiy for his sthree weeks Cornel and John *, a .... The following r Cio andery of I .5 idenae in the in Lake Charles : ring Omple- in the oeremonie...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 11 July 1902

: tw`o 'wtrftish nrilieoAs - its 4 is tso move a ton le. Pacif eetica measurei~bIMT tdI i M t q4 Swfh a view to exploiting the and us coal fields exi tfi in ~lt most i~lSewhere on the rec"t~r ea.t9i a rai The Egyptian kbverikira't 1 as d "concessAons for th'is purpose 'i6 bamt wprd Nicholls, an Englishman. Iowa 1. Cody claims to be a lineal de- chus r ' tro m ceg in- Ohio S,allya pln, curee wind coinc. a Tent o ce o, de o hue u rate . for, diphtheja1 ot.rtIater cases died, while of those M. I ., ted by other methods 28.9 t3,elii. 1 1' 2 alsucumbed. .; t guarantee that it will get any that woma * out eIJatoailI a$ "ýanhdeved :de #I1Ccf .morning in time to get an for t! "'1 i f' iettr, ge'tit '6 . 4he dew on the gra e.* for go to bedhe r man postal deparlent will be nnet faie instrument has a ca it te toy 350 w'o'rds per minute.- my smit thi; olni'eat aIceos to eer in * .cyztt,1yen itre' w Harper's Ferry, Md. He ran the to` .engine on the Bialtimore & Ohio asped of from aLd o -r, ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 11 July 1902

rge Dividends! Choice en RICE, OIL and TIMBER LANDS: These products of Southwest Louisiana, Texas and Florida are like1ii ' W.Vmet . Bonds. , . If you are looking for an opening for capital that Rice Lands, 16o to 5,000 acre tracts ..$25 to $75 peracre We .U with nything you want, will pay from 15 to 50 per cent. call on or write us. Oil Lands, 5 to I,ooo acre tracts.....o.... "0 to 5,000 " a Fruit F eaupi.t: e PlIntation yomplete witha .We have some choice propositions to offer Ivestors, Texas Lands, 16o to 30,000 acre tracts.......... 7.a.50 to 30 " a i·'':n large or small tracts. Reasonable terms. • .................... 7.5o to go nals, Pumpi ng lplants:et,, Saw Mill Plants, " Slarge or small tracts. Reasonable terms. Timber Lands, 75,000 acres, choice pine and cypress 7.50 to 25 " Lands or Gushers. wesh, La. LOUISIANA LAND COMPANY, Limited, Jennings, r e Belt Journal. .1 ,DO. A A T L 1 Rtheru Paeoi Time Card. * .......... ...... 9:50 a. m. ......... ... ......12:01 p. m. .....:...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 18 July 1902

~lye ,ý', .' ý+k i"' . ý,?# '- :  ..- . ,.  ,. . .-, , .a, . . ..... .,,; .- -  .- .-- - . ..r .,.: .,..-a-'-' . .. . , ...... .. ..- '. , "- ' ,: '- . . -.a - , .' . . , ... . ',rt7, '.r.•.';: , n ::,:, ,. :,, ..  A.be Ze ' ournai L. C"· rOLi . WELS7, CALCASI EU PARIH LA, VIDAX.JULY I8 1 2. N 0 7 WOL. III. WELSH, CALCASI:E U PARISH. :CAA., T HI I D A_. JULZ'- t. , 19() 2. ,7,:(i SEASONABLE GOODS ! +.+..........+++ Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers. Quick ietall Gasoline Stoves L¶,ad All. See Our Complete FURNITURE UPSTAIRS. We have a new line of Sweet=Orr "Union" Overalls--Just in. +++++++++4+++++4 Call and ExaSnine( 111r C(oodi.S. Prie(.?S A-wiay- Do -ii. Paul W. Daniels, :Welsh, La. Thie Leader in Low Prices. THE TOWN OF ROANOKE. rief Sketch of that Enterprising and c Hustling Place. A representative of the JOIRNAiAL pent a few hours in the hustling little own of Roanoke Saturday an(l found he business men and citizens there hriving and thoroughl...

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. — 18 July 1902

S 1 e - Romantic Historv * ~of a Great En ;-. t terprise Which May at Last Be Completed & A r°... ,ý Canal~ ~o a·I tt a~ [SDecial Correspondence.] Panama, Colombia, July 0.-When the news reached here that President Roosevelt had signed the Spooner bill Providing for the construction of an isthmian canal over the Panama route If a good title could be secured from the Panama Canal company, great was the rejoicing among the people of Co lombia. for the proposed work will mean much to Colombians in a mone tary as well as a sentimental sense. There has probably never been an enterprise In which so much of the romantic and tragical has been in Volved as the Panama canal scheme. and it seems difficult yet to realize that the possibility of the completion of the canal Is at least imminent. But the .n: •,soa AP. or PANAMA CANAL AND RAILROAD. tl S first steps have been taken, and with jn reawakened interest the officials and bi . citizens of this republic will watch the "+ maturing of the...

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. — 18 July 1902

J. 8. Johnson, owner of the May ville :ice plantation,south of town,was over from Jepinngs lonly t1 ok afterhis b pblat. - The. spread of cholera in the Phillip pine( is causing apprehension a Washington. The outbreak is the worst since 1882. LIYERY STABLE. Pitre Bro & Keep,: good Teams and Vehicles and solicit the p)atronaLe of the public. City Meat Market, A. E. Bourgeois, Prop. Dealer in.... Beef, Mutton, s º Veal, Pork, . IGame, Etc. ICE delivered in town at all - times. ANTHONY HEBERT. City Barber, Next to Cooper's Drugstore. Hot and Cold Baths, Agent for Lake Charles Laundry. Joll. H.Cooler, M. I., Physician and Surgeon, Welsh, La. Office over Cooper's Drug Store. +4 Office Phone. 15 Residence Phone, 246. DJ rM RIER, FRANK COTTON, Jennings, La. WVelsh. La. Grier & Cotton, Civil Engineers and Surveyors. Mr. Cotton will be located in Welsh and Mr. Grier will continue to reside in Jennings. Rates $10 per day. Assistants and expenses extra. SChoice Groceries and all ki...

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. — 18 July 1902

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Walker & Company. R N DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 194)2. Entered at the postoftiou at Welsh. La., as aeond class matter. The Boers lost 3,700 men killed and 32,000 men taken prisoners during the recent war. A full and complete report of the fire in the Jennings oil field will be found on the first page of to-day's JOURNAL. Every citizen of Welsh should sub scribe for one or more copies of the RICE BELT JOURNAL and have it sent to relatives or friends in other states. I Welsh is growing at a very rapid 1 rate. Within the past twelve or eigh- I teen months it has more than doubled in population, and still continues to C grow. f f.. The JOURNAL predicts that when this parish is divided and two par- d ishes are made out of it, that Welsh T will be the parish seat of the new one. tj Just watch and see if this prediction n does not come true. John D. Crimmins, of New York, u. who has just returned from Ireland, fr says t...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 18 July 1902

LOCAL AND PERONATL. Phroso ice cream freezers at Daniels. E. H. Boling spent Sunday in Jen nings. C. J. Wlldman was in Jennings . Sunday. J. C. Barry visited home folks near Opelousas, Sunday. J. H. Conley, the contractor, was in Jennings Sunday. The New Home Sewing Machine at A. E. Bell and Co.'s. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Prentice visited the latter's parents in Lake Charles Sunday, returning Monday. Robert Craig was in Colmeisneil, . Texas, last week, the guest of his Sbrother, J. L. Craig, editor of the Tyler County Times. Try Force Breakfast Food. BELL & Co. Mrs. P. W. Daniels went to Jen nings Saturday morning and remained over Sunday visiting her parents, Dr. a.nd Mrs. N. S. Craig. Miss Ella Newhouse, of Lake Charles, was in this city Sunday, the guest of friends. She was accompanied .home by Miss Eva Clyde. Just received a carload U. S. Patent hard wheat flour at Prentice & Powers. W. C. Stewart, of Orange, Texas, stopped off here Sunday on his return from Crowley and spent...

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. — 18 July 1902

0RO SCHOOL Sff'ttA ABAMA INSTITUTE. atabithetd by New J eye oard of Edu.ntion-.i.tio- lO NB O ronside-" PropertyTthe Prob - -- - tte. FRIt. - FRIl.tal Correspondse - \ J., July -Tb Entered at the posttlarger 'pirop ieond class matter. air nr .I , er 00111 the Marsn. and The Boers lost :3,70() mtundertake'the 32,00() men taken prisonerstbnsive scald recent war. 'tr11al nsti 'ihed and A full and complete report rlngton fire in the Jennings oil field witsthe found on the first page of to-day'it JOURNAL. Every citizen of Welsh should sub- I scribe for one or more copies of the RICE BELT JOURNAL and have it sent I to relatives or friends in other states. I Welsh is growing at a very rapid I rate. Within the past twelve or eigh- I teen months it has more than doubled in population, and still continues to c grow. f The JOURNAL predicts that when , this parish is divided and two par- d ishes are made out of it, that Welsh will be the parish seat of the new one. t :. Just watch and see if ...

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. — 18 July 1902

IThe Rice et Journal ONE DOLLAM A SAAlbL 5A AWuA(:E. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1902. LI For groceries call on Belil & Co. Fresh meat at Prentioe & Powers'. Wm. Bridges was in Lake Charles ,Friday. , Mrs. Lionel Bertrand visited ,in Jennings Monday. J. C. Brown, of Jennings, wa,+ here Monday on business. e Dr. R. R. Arcenieaux was in Lake Charles Friday evening. First class attrition bran *10.00 ,a ton at the Calcasieu mill. Geo. Gillett, of Roanoke, was .a Welsh business visitor Friday. * +Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine '-best on the market. RACKET. H. G. Keneker was over from Roan oke Saturday attending to business. Call and see the Champion at ROBINSON & DAY'S. Jas. Kinder, of Lake Charles, was in Welsh Friday attending to business matters. Gentlemen, go to Bell & Co. for a nice pair of spring shoes, or low quarters. Water is scarcer than oil at Beau mont, Texas. Water is selling there at $1 per barrel. Don't forget that the Davidson Wesson Implement Co., Ltd., have al...

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. — 18 July 1902

icŽ Large Dividends! Choice Investments! Bxa. RICE, OIL and TI IBER LANDS: These products of Southwest Louisiana, Texas and Florida are like United States Bonds. S" you are looking for an opening fo Rice Lands, 16o to 5,000 acre tracts......................$25 to $75 per acre ,, , can s l I ith anything )I M t, f R i, . . . , .$25 to 575 prll S with ay i llg Ply ant, froi Lntered at the po1. to pe cent all o or write us. Oil Lands, 5 to i,ooo acre tracts............. ...... 50 to 5,000 at ruit r to ice Plantation c lt with a .a..tv from 15 to t0 er cetnt t 3 call o Phliaig . Eerondelas matter. e some choice propositions to offle" r Investors, Texas Lands, 16oto 30,000 acre tracts .......... ....... 7.50 to 30 as l ing s r small tracts. Reasonable ter..tS . Timber Lands, 75,000 acres, choice pine and cypress 7.50 to 25 " nd o (Ushe'. 32,00 men taken prisonet. e T LOUIS ANA LAND COMPANY, Limited, Jennings, a. A full and complete i'el)ol t.CL fire in the Jennings oil field l00(1 * fou...

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. — 25 July 1902

O be mc itee BeRL r1anaY VOL. III. WELSI, CALO ASIE u PARISHI. LA., FRIDAY, JULY '5. 1902. ' E SEASONABLE GOODS Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers. Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Lead All. We are closing out our Sample Line of Tailor flade Clothing for Spring and Summer at . . . 35 Per Cent Off. We have a new line of Sweet-Orr- "Union" Overalls --Just in. Call and Examine our Goods. Prices Away Down. Paul W. Daniels, Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. A. N IMPORTANT LAND DEAL. A Jennings Man Pays $1,000 for a Sin gle Acre in the Welsh Oil Field. F. R. Jaenke, of Jennings, was over Monday and purchased an acre of land within fifty feet of the oil well now being sunk for which he paid $1,000. The land was owned by E. S. Wood, of McGregor, Texas, and lays immediately north of the new well. The two wells that were formerly abandoned on account of gas explos ions are located on this small tract and in the event a gusher is brought in will prove one of the most valuable ...

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