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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 11 November 1904

-0 As we are about to move our stock to Lafay- 0 ette we will give you prices that will surprise you. For the next 30 days begining =--- ¢ we will sell everything we have in stock at and a below cost, for instance: CORSETS worth 50 cents going at 10 cents: 75 cents at 25 cents: 5 cents at 50 cents: $1.00 at 85 .'ents: $1.25 at $1.00. SBLANSKET'S AND $O"t'O1FORTEIS.'"-'Ihe $2.5 O Comforts Coing for $2.00; the $1.50 Comforts for $1.25: the 81.25 Comforts for .l1.00. SI'OES, SHIOES. 8 We have a large stock of Men's, Women's and ('hildren's shts, in the latest shapes and leathers. The men's shoes range in price tri $2.50 to 4.50. P'atent leathers, that formerly sold for *4.50, have h,, : marked down to $3.75; the -$4.00 at $3 S0; the $3.50 at $3.00. The e a:, the Patent Leather and Vi'i Kid kinds, and are genuine bargains . ; LADI.:S' Si,';:)ES--lpatelt leather tip. extension soles, formerly nc :,i at $3.50, have hbeen marked down to $3.00; the *3.00 ones to $2.'7: th $2.5s to $2.2.),...

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 November 1904

WESTERN PIONEER TELLS OF KILLING OF YEARS AGO ; ,'! child 1.rn in Chi, ago. That interest- , higher rae- at the Jones school ailt abot early ti.es in Chicago and alnso I all ab.ut the e ce ret. y, _e. go , . Ms t h veteran, "it is a little the chil'rn and as there is now no tell them all about it. lg , when w woreliv r ords Side in tie shadow tf the old stock ade. 1 g uncle at that time hal challe of ahe abayent ot the treaty money to the dians and it as uring one of U cthee fe.Ytia!is that I thlle n m itn. c"ild wa:rll in Chiwago. That intor Ket* er aog eve,:: tweok p lvace eighty-two v 7ar 0s ago. lie i"; 015) the oldest monicey to in the wedia, anti furt inermore h o ' AI these ii !rcn aftd as thetre is now no these fe.~tivanIs that I killeti a man. "The Northern Indians had assem bled to get their share of Uncle Sam's money and among the crowd was one Sauk from the south, who was not en titled to anything. He joined the oth er red men in their potations, how over, and when very...

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 November 1904

LOW ORDER OF HUMANITY. Australian Bushmen Make Their Abodes in Nests. Travelers who have returned from the heart of Africa and the Austral asian continent tell wonderful stories of nest-b:ilcing people who inhabit the wilds of those countries. In the bushmen of Australia we find, per baps, the lowest order of men that is known. Th'ey are so primitive that theY do not how (enugih to build even the simplesn t form of hut for ehelter. The neart'et they can ap. proach to it is to gather a lot of twigs and grass and, taking them into a th:ictLt or jurntlc, build a nest for a home. Th e nest is usually built large enough for the family, and it the latrer be very numerous then the nests are of a very large size. Somretinues the foliag; above will form a natural e,,vering, but thi ro is never any attem:npt at cunstrunting a pro. tection from!' the rain and stornis. Mrs. Mary E. Meserve, of Salisbury, Mass., was cured of Anemia, a disease in which there is an act:oal deficiency of the blood...

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 November 1904

N+++*44" *"+++N+++*++4f+ +i ' *+4+++f+,++f+S + ++44$ * + * 2: : 10OO SACV. OF RICE your rive fur Illy oats or (;~i'Ii, ;:,;, grindu in an~y mlaniier. '1\' can maike your * Vli(%I~) Til't woI'til $10(~) mlor~e pci1' sac(k to y o u . .. . .. ý *E. A STEER OR A HOG WILL E'.T FORE RICE THAN f:ANAN i X MAR.(ET YOUR LO / G::A5E t1I R t O THE HOOF.'' +* 4 N E 5 B A:+'4g,4 Soouthern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. (I due ................. 9:13 a. m. No. 10due. .................11:49 a. m. No. 6 due. .................12:59 a. m. WEST BOUND. o. " ,I ,.. ............... 4:li p. in No.:I i ... ....... ....t :4" p. m . . i. ............... . 4:29 a. in NU:. : . I .d is, n 'iht trainIs. 'P :w 3:4 . lurther infr maticAni. .1. 1.. TL I .IBS A.net. SU E:ui NOTICES. N;: It ". IAY .I)VENTS. Strvcrs"t r -:tilrtorday at 10 a. im. All are ordtaliy ilnvitt .t 1,1 .,ttrnd. FIRT ", , ...t GAIO AL CHURCH. Servic.1 ever\ .inll at 11 a, in. and s P m. .Tuio-r h'r:ý, t Endeavor at :3:30 and Senior at 7::...

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 November 1904

VLM bi Wr nzt OS t EnE VOLUME V. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISHII, IOUISIANA, NOVEMHIFE:I 18. 1904. NUM]EIIR _- --" - -.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "7- . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . - - . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . To Our Friends and Patrons! There is a question under consideration in which bath store keeper and salesman is concerned, and that is the movement of closing early. We ask the public to co-operate with us. There is realy no need of having to kaep late hours if all will help us in this step. The hours of the day when faithfully filled, it seems would give all a chance to do their trading. The argument is used that we are not accomodating let us know what you think about it. The burden falls on the clerks. PAUL W. DANIELS Welsh and Ikeville, Louisiana 25 PER DISCOUNT CENT I am offering bargains to the public in my entire line of fall and winter cloth ing, to make room for a well selected stock of Spring Goods, and will sav...

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 November 1904

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Twenty-five bales of cotton were ,burned Thursday at Troy, I. T. Hun Ireds of other bales on the yard were raved. Joe Esdark, a miner, was crushed lo death by a falling rock in the Sam ples coal mines at South McAlester Triday. Leading Strawberry growers state that the drouth has killed out the plant around Denison and there will virtually be no berries. Returns from all counties in the State of Missouri, and most of these official, give Folk (Dem.) for Govern or 30.566 plurality and Roosevelt 28,. .271 plurality. There was a heavy fall of snow Throughout the Catskill mountain re gion Saturday night the first general .snowfall of the season. The moun covered with sno-. Fire at Talahina, I. T., destroyed a barber shop, a stor,, two hotels and the Frisco depot and cantents. Total 'loss is estimated to be about $10,000. ?No insurance on anyothing. A banquet in hrnor of King Ed ward's birthday was given by British I an...

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 November 1904

NO TRANSFER AT NEW ORLEANS. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE. When you go North or But reques the ticket agent to route you via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL and avoid the disagreeable tranmser at New Or. Igans. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. SOLID VESTIBULED PAST TRAII ). MEALS IN DINING CAB.L FOR FULL INFORMATIoN ADDRESS N. D. FINCH, A. J. McDOUGAL, T. P. L., San Antonio, Tea. D. P. A., New Orleans  in~~+Mnm nn immmmlmmmm lu lU ulmm l nnqn ml • npn m Inn WABASH ROUTE... TO ITEW YORK, BOSTON, BUF PALO, NIAGARA PALLS, D E - TROIT, CDAICAGO AND A L L EASTERN CITIES. . , , . The Shortest and only line from Kansas City or St. Louis running over its own track to Niagara Falls or Buffalo. Time and Equipment Unexce,'ed. . . Three Solid Fast Through Trains Daily. ,. . ~IJ.ING St. Loas ...... .........:.....·oo A. aM :30 P. M 12:3* P. M. ARRIVING Detroit......... ...... ..7:0 P. M 9:4o A. M 1a:1o P. M. ARRIVING in Buffalo ..............4:05 A. M 6:50 P. MI 7:50 P. M. ARRIVING in New...

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 November 1904

The Rice Belt Journal. I'ublished Every Friday by Welsh Printing" Company, Ltd. ONE I) D,LA :. YEA 1IN AI)VANCE. Eutered1 at the ioi toflic&e at Welsh. La., as secouid claus imtter. FI.,I)AY, Ni)V .11 lt . 1904. e (, 3 A Well 0 " o : Advertised : Name * S * " " Is sonftlii i siil t uclihet tit ii. u'rnti f g * Rant 'i oil j liatioi- nt aII lilll 9 Iillit 6 * prese ie nIl' o!loe'- zninty ii iJti- $ * ciorp I ol hate. 1111i an ret 0 " that is e ori i ri rina1e a, much or inure S * thanh V our 1 ,i'iiiess it-'r t A .jihiiii 0 * powf in co'al my with a tartorv an1( " * $t lich in' n'u~g :it a few hiit 1riIt thous- m * anrl lr-!ln rs.fnns'dl -V?.ui(,O((O for its 0 " buiiuu-s. Uhn'y viiii' t heir iianw at 0*! * severa mitllion.,. T,,i, i. ouri one of01 * tlih 11111)" tlloi lii -, ofl iii' cta' ( S 0 " wi:ere t' 'iian I, worth mnyai tinei 0 * the mnii nut (it the IiiiliU " sr"eif. Is 0 * iT liii IniI1it h iiiinprt-w o~Iil 1(enplet 0 y etý3 roiimnr to~ I tri~uii~ at 'jay? Stý" * * o Wh...

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 November 1904

8 As we are about to move our stock to Lafay ette we will give you prices that will surprise 3you. For the next 30 days begining we will sell everything we have in stock at and below cost, for instance: CORSETS worth 50 cents going at 10ents: 7 cents at 2 cents: 85 cents at 50) cents: $1.00 at .3; cents: $1.25 at $1.00. BLANKI'ETS AND "C(OMIFOI1TEIS." '-The .2.50 ('omforts goingI for $2.00; the $1.50 Comforts for $1.25: the l1.2 Comforts for $1.00. SIOES, SHOES We have a larget stock of Men's, Women's and ('hildten's shoes. in the latest shapes and leathers. The men's shoes range in Iprice from $2.50 to $4.50. 'atent leathers, that formerly sold for $4.50, have been marked down to $3.73: the $4.00 at $3.50; the $3.50 at *3.00. These are the Patent Leather and Vici Kid kinds, and are genuine hari'azns. LAD I:S' SI1O1'S patent leather tip., extension soles, formerly sold at $3.50, have been marked down to *3.00; the $3.00 ones to $2.75: the $2.50 to $2..., and the $2.00 kind at $1.75....

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 November 1904

TERRIBLE SUFFERING THIS YOUNG WOMAN APPEALED IN VAIN FOR HELP. When IIope had Almost Settled Into Utter Dep;:ir Relief (Came from an Unexpe(tel Source, Mrs. Emma ticidebreder, of No. 1323 Joy street, Burlington. Iown.whose bur: band isaan enployc e of the IRaxnd Lumber Co., tells a ,r,: y of piriablo sitfftring: "For ab;ut five year,, 'she says, "I had a hIst of physical ills ti at lept mean invalid and puzzled the doctors. Some of them thought I was going into con sumption. At times I was so weak that I c'ould not comb my hair or even wash my face. Thleu excruciati g pains ran suddeldy up tmy thigh and I had to be carried to bed screaming in my agony. I could no longer do lmy work and the drain non ! lily husband's purse was very heavy. I craved food but what I ate only gave me discomfort. My liver was torpid, and often I had to be carried to the door for air to save me from suf. focating. "The worst was the pain which seemed as if my thigh were being pushed out of my body. The be...

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 November 1904

, I i TRADE MARL A Marvel of Reller St.Jacobs Oil Safe and sure fot Lumbago and Sciatica itisthe specific virtue of penetration in this remedy that carries it right to the pain spot end effects a prompt cure. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment is a positive cure for Piles. The Texas Optical Co. H F. COHEN, Optical Spe cialist, 603 Main St , Hous ton. Texas. Eye Fitting sur specialty. Artificial Eyes. Eves Tested Free. Eyes Tested Free. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases Cured. = DR. E. S. HEISIG, 1013 Texas Ave. Houston When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. Too Great a Resemblance. Bishop Olmsted of Denver is inte' ester in a number of charities, and obtains many generous contributions on their behalf from rich Episcopal ians. There is in Denver, however, a mil lionaire who will rarely consent to help Bishop Olmsted's pet projects. He is a generous man, and in his own way he assists the poor, but to organ. ized charity, for some reason, he heartily objects. The bishop often...

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 November 1904

.:z- t.'.....: B R ! 4 4- M ____ BRING IN I1J YOUR RICE * Our M~ill is in operation and we are making a Fine . . . FEED We can grind it just to suit YOU-take the HULLS out if you wish or grind them up fine. .. .. .. .. "A MULE, A STEER OR A HOG WILL EAT MORE RICE THAN A MAN. SMARKET YOUR LOW GPRAE RIti ON THE HOOF." JONES BROTHERS. s z" ý ++++++++++- + + N*Nf + iHUltiitH NUO''ItS . E,'VENTU DAY aDVEITS. S rvwces el ry ;atnrday at 10 a. u. All are orlially invited to attend. FInRT CONOREGATIONAL CIURCIH. Services every unndtv at 1 a, u. and S p m. .unior ('irtstliau Endeavor at ::30 aind HMeuior at 7:30 I,. in. 'rayer service and Bible trainifC clas \Vediues(daV eveuling 7 :4. F. C. IA.:rIT:. I'atoral Spplyv. Sundav school Sun lnay wootio u at to olock, PAIL W. I)AN EIL, 8pt. A. hearty weltolnlw extcnldll to citizens fIrmersi their ainilies and friends. FLETCIER~t 31. E. CHU'RCH. Preacl:ing at 11 and S, eve:' Sunday. Sunnday school at 0:43: ,Junior Leane at :1; Epwortlh League at ...

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 November 1904

VOLtUE '. \VELSH, CALCASBIEU PARISH, ILOUISIANA, EMBE 25.1904. NUMBER 2 ... .. .. .. . . .. .. . .. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . To Our Friends and Patrons! There is a question under consideration in which both store keeper and salesman is concerned, and that is the movement of closing early. We ask the public to co-operate with us. There is realy no 0neel of having to koep late hours if all will help us in this step. The hours of the day when faithfully filled, it seems would give all a chance to do their trading. The argument is used that we are not accomodatin~ let us know what you think about it. The burden falls on the clerks. PAUL W. DANIELS Welsh and Ikeville, Louisiana 8 CENT DISCOUNT I am offering bargains to the public in my entire line of fall and winter cloth ing, to make room for a well selected stock of Spring Goods, and will save you 25 per cent in your clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods. .. .. J. S. GGERSON, LWEoLS, YEAD PIERCED WITH RIFLE BALL Dlghter of Alex. Moore, ...

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. — 25 November 1904

qt Bie pcut Baurnal WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., 'WELSH, LOUISIANA. n m mn nn ,,,nunmu EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Martha Quisenbury, a :eg:o. aged 95 years, died at her home at Sherman Friday. Jim Walker, Sr.. of Clawson was kill ed Thursday night by being thrown from his horse while on his way home from Lufkin. A batch of twenty Mexicans and ten negroes left Waco a few days since for Mississippi where they will pick cotton. Oothers are to follow. Jeff D. McLean, the recenty elected county attorney of Tarrant county, has announc+d that gambling must go, and that the day of Sunday saloons is past. J. L. Houston, of Graham, has gone to St. Louis to look after a brother, a cattle man of Dickens County, who was last heard from at the World's Fair several weeks ago. Gid Nelson, a middle aged farmer, 13l t1i4n the southeastern part of La mar count', was jailed Friday morning charged with making and passing coun terfeit money. Spurious dollars were passed on a merchant. The Strawn public school...

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. — 25 November 1904

ffTCURREPNT " TELEGRAPH " TOPICS a ii tc· ·~ ;------~~~ Ii O $! ! effort to take Port Arthur. LATE WAR NEWS. Washington, Nov. 18.-Consul Gen .eral Fowler yesterday cabled to the .state Department from Che Foo that the Port Arthur situation is extremely ,critical, the outer fortress having fal len into the possession of the Japanese. He also stated that three Japanese tor pedo boat destroyers are lying outside of the Che Foo harbor and that the Kussian crew of the torpedo boat de .atroyer destroyed Wednesday are transferring their arms and supplies to .a Chinese cruiser, which is posted in front of the Russian consulate. Gen. Stoessel's Injury. 8t. Petersburg: Rejoicing over the undaunted spirit displayed by General ,Stoessel in his telegram of congratula tlon to Emperor Nicholas on the anni versary of his ascensIon to the thone, and officially announcing the failure of General Nogi's nine-day attempt to present Port Arthur to the Mikado as a birthday present, is tempered by pri vat...

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. — 25 November 1904

,li[ i f SLE. For to Days at Walling's BREGNNING SATURDAY, NOVEr1BER 26th, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Groceries at great ly reduced prices, for ten days only. You all know it is a well known fact that our store has been the CHEAPEST STORE IN WELSH and we mark all our goods in plain prices, therefore when we offer a special price you all know that it means the greatest bargains that have ever been offered to you in the town of Welsh. We feel that it is not neces sary for us to say any more as our prices will convince you that you cannot afford to let this opportunity pass, as these prices are positively for these io days sale. Look at these prices: CLOTHING Men's Suits, fancy wool, sold at other places at $8 and 98 2 $10, sale price ............................................... Mlen'n Suits, fancy stripes and plaids, worth $9 to $12, h sale price.............................................. 5.48 o Men's Suits, wool clay worsted, in black and blue, 6Io w worth $10, sale price,.........

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. — 25 November 1904

oooooooooooocoooQ As we are about to move our stock to Lafay ette we will give you prices that will surprise you. For the next 30 days begining MONDAY, NOVEMBER ?J we will sell everything welhave in stock at and below cost, for instance: CORSETS worth 50 cents going at 10 cents; 7S cents at 25 cents; 85 cents at 50 cents; $1.00 at 85 cents; $1.25 at $1.00. BLANKETS AND "COMFORTERS."- The $2.50 Comforts going for 12.00; the $1.50 Comforts for $1.25; the $1.25 Comforts for $1.00. S fHOES, :SOES We have a large stock of dMen's, Women's and Children's shoes, in the latest shapes and leathers. The men's sboes range in price from f2.50 to 4.50. Patent leathers, that formerly sold for $4.50, have been marked down to $3.75; the $4.00 at $3.50; the $3.50 at $3.00. These are the Patent Leather and Vici Kid kinds, and are genuine bargains. LADIES' SHOES-patent leather tip, extension soles, formerly sold at $3.50, have been marked down to $3.00; the $3.00 ones to $2.75; the $2.50 to $2.25, and...

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. — 25 November 1904

Main Building Roman Catholic Unwersity. a Lutheran, and since then also has left the Roman Catholic communion, The elder has been in bad health for some years. Prominent members of the Roman Catholic clergy in Washington exs pressed their surprise at the an founcement that the Marquise des Monstlers, formerly Miss M. G. Cald well, and the founder of the Catholic university at Washington had re soiaced the Catholic faith. In fact, they were loath to believe she had formed such a determination. Bishop Spalding, of Peoria, when asked if he could assign any reason for the Marquise des Monstiers' ac tion, he answered that he could not; that he knew her only as a good Roman Catholic, and until the an nouncement was made had given no thought otherwise. "It is all a mys tery to me." he said. One official of the Roman Catholic church attributed as a possible cause, taking the story to be correct, the notoriety which the university gained by the failure of Thomas E. Wagga man, its treasurer, ...

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. — 25 November 1904

THE PILLS THAT CURE RHEUMATISM Mrs. Henry Story, oZ No. 532 Muskingdum Ave., Zanes ville,Ohio,says: "My husband suffered from rheumatism so that he could hardly stand. His back hurt and he had such pain in his left arm that he could not rest night or day. The doctor did him no good and it was not until he tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that hewas helped. Six boxes cured him completely and he has not had an ache or a pain since. We think the pills are the best medicine in the world." Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People cure theumafism because they make new blood. It would be folly not to try a remedy with such a convincing record 'of S0LD B% . DORUGGISTi. t thi gi s ,d Sowni. ikm suiyesI 'b tk iarirt oabobný Owa tk~gmuhe dummg i.a ki ts pevupkisgmudb khrtlr dotiho iorsiL .Xr ~rLGrocEr~ s6 OIýICFSa p .OM adHstAb 'TUMLdr~~L LEARU TELEGRAPHY enrSTAtOW WORKIforRAILWAY SERVICE. We ,will teach yon Squickly, thoroughly.practically, and aRztmn turnox.if.situts tion is not:assigned you. ...

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. — 25 November 1904

-ý . 4 .A*'r 4+++* +*t tff4Prv o4*d++4++f+44*+*4++ . B RING IN i YOUR RICE t"ur Mill is in operation and we are making a Fine FED VVe can grind it just to suit YOU-take the 'ULLS out if you wish or grind them up fine. .. .. .. .. " A MULE, A STEER OR A HOG WILL EAT MORE RICE THAN A MAN. f A MIARKET YOUR LOW GRADE RICE ON THi HOOF." JONES BROTHERS. "4+#+4* -64''ýA4*444+4.444+444 4444444fb44'444f40f+ ('IIUICH NOTICES. sIVI:NTI I)AY ,iV'NTCS. Services rver t' iturlday at III a. an. \ll are n:O . ly hyii ied to at nlt. P l1ta Ui'Ntiot". ltNli °n&i. CtI Uttli. Sr'. t" ivery Snlllay at I1 i, IT. aild S I in. litou r , F stil' . t. :ie;tta r at ;i:0 aii yen"i r at . .I .i Pr':ycr .rvice n.tld ilt11i tr t iilt t .:, \\e lintis eveningi 7:4 . i. C. .e L. Pastorail n ISuplyv. Sunday ,chola Sundnly i100,oit u: at 1I 0 i AtC, l Ac I. . l)A' - EIL-, $Lip,. .1 1it',rt¢ wel+oIm e ti- it leI tt citiiens talitri . theh"ir ia ilies ant friec ds. FLtEi' IIEtt . ,. !I'Pin il. Prea,.ling at 11 atii...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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