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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 2 December 1904

VOLME . \ it , l I ne VOLUE V. WELSH, CALCASIEU 'AlHIýll, I, LUISIANA, I)E( EMBER 2.1904. NUMBER 2 w~ AA A~ To Our Friends and Patrons! 8 8 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 ned of having to kuep 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 i. used that we are not acomodatingr let us know what you think about it. The burden falls on the clerks. PAUL W. DANIELS Welsh and Ikeville, Louisiana 8 0o00 25 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. ERSON, LOUISIANA. A Suecessfnl Planter. W.J3. Gabbert, a progressive plan Ser ...

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. — 2 December 1904

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, . LOUISIANA. LOUISIANA NEWS. Child Badly Burned. Crowley, La.: Little Ida Marks, the S-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Marks, came down stairs at the Mlarks home on Ea.;t Third street about 8 o'clock an, entered the sit tinag room and stood before the fire place to warm. The blaze from the freplace caught her clothing. No one was in the room at the time and she ran screaming into the yard, where she was caught by a negro servant. who, with much difficulty, and after being severely burned himself, extin guished the flames. Mr. and Mrs. Marks were in New Orleans at the time of the accident, and were at once potified by telegram. They returned on the first train. The little girl is resting comparatively easy. Mr. Marks, the child's father, is the propri etor of the Morse rice mill at Morse and the Ida rice mill at Rayne. Quarterly Methodist Conference. Covington, La.: Rev. W. H. La Prade of the New Orleans district which includes this place, ...

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. — 2 December 1904

NO TRANSFER AT NEW ORLEANS. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE. When yeo go North or East request the tioket agent to route you via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL and avoid the disagreeable travaser at Nw Os. leans. DOUBLE DAILY SIERVIC' . SOLID VISTIBULI9D FAST TRAliT ). MIEALS IN DINING CAR. FOR FULL INFORMAATION ADDRESS N. D. FINCH, A. J. McDOUGAL, T. P. A., San Antonio, Tex. D. P. A., New Orleans. WABASH ROUTE.... TO ITEW YORK, BOSTON, BUP FALO, NIAGARA FALLS, D E - TROIT, CTICAGO AND ALL SEASTERN CITIES. - ,. . The Shortest and only line from Kansas City or St. Louis running over its own track to Niagara Falls or Buffalo. Time and ELquipment Unexce'ed. * * Three Solid Fast Through Trains Daly. .. t.VIN St. Louis.......................9:00 A. a 6:30 P. M. 1134?. K. ARRIViNG Detroit...................7:50 P. K 9:40 A.M t13: P . ARIVING in Buffalo ....................403 A. x 6:4o P. K t1So P. K. ARILIVING is New York .................. 3:r P. K 7:40 A. K 73 A. '. IIIV...

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. — 2 December 1904

A Well | Advertised : Name * 1 * ILsomething that compet:tion, trusts 1 * and combinations of all kinds muit 1 * bow to. If your name is strongly im. Spressed upon people's minds by judi- 1 c cos aldvertising. you have an asset I * that is worth perhaps as much or more I : than your business itself. A baking I powder company with a factory and 4 * stock invoicing at a few hundred thous- 4 * and dollars, refused t$1,00o,000 for its 4 " businoss. They value their name at 4 * several millions. Tais is only one of - * the many thousands of such cases 6 * where the name is worth many times - " the amount ot the business itself. Is " " your name being impressed on people's - * minds stronger and stronger each day? 6 S The Journal Is impressing hnudreds of people every T week with people's names and goods " : Why Not Yours? •OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ME DOLLAR A TEAR IN ADVANCE. KRtered at the postoffice at Welsh...

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. — 2 December 1904

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 we will sell everything we have in stock at and below cost, for instance: CORSETS worth 50 cents going at 10 cents: 75 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 $2.00; the $1.50 Comforts for $1.25; the 81.25 Comforts for $1.00. SIhOES, SIHOES We have a large stock of Men's, Women's and Children's shoes, in te latest shapes and leathers. The men's shoes range in price from 1.50 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 83.50 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 12.50 to $2.25, and the $2.00 kind at $1.75. The shoes are o...

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. — 2 December 1904

STATUE, GIFT OF KAISER, UNVEILED AT WASHINGTON The bronze statue of Frederick the Great, presented to the American pee ple by Emperor William, was unveilet at Washington Nov. 19 by the Baron ess Speck von Sternberg, wife of the German ambassador. The statue was presented on behall of the emperor by his personal envoy the German ambassador, who made a grief address. President Roosevelt made the chief address of the day and accepted the gift on behalf of the American people. Remarks were made Dy Lieut.-Gen. Chaffee, chief of staff; MaJ.-Gen. Gillespie, of the general staff, master of ceremonies; Lieut. Sen. von Loewenfeld, one of the spe cial commissioners sent to the unveil ing by the emperor, and Charlemagne Tower, American ambassador to Ger many. Seldom has the national capital wit nessed a more brilliant assemblage than was gathered on the grand es planade of the army war college around the pedestal of the statue. Im mediately back of the statue, on the president's stand, which wa...

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. — 2 December 1904

FREE A BEAUTIFUL SPOON For Your Name and Address Send us our signature, cut from a package of Cheek & Neal Porto Rico Coffee and your name and address and we will mail you at once a handsome, heavily plated teaspoon. This is just one of the 65 PREMIUMS Given Absolutely Free to all users of Cheek & Neal Porto Rico Coffee. Your choice of such articles as a beautiful Dinner or Tea Set, Sewing Machine, Parlor Clock, Curtains, Cut lery, etc. We want every lady in the land to use the finest, purest, richest coffee ever put up. If you try it you will buy it ever afterwards. Put up in tiihtly sealed 1-lb. packages -air and moisture proof-like above cut. Sold by dealers everywhere. Don't delay-buy a package of Cheek & Neal Porto Rico Coffee to-day and then sit right down and send our slgnature and your name and address for a free teaspoon. Cheek 6 Neal Coffee Co. Nashville, Tenn. A striking cntragt between Deflance Soai and esy other braindr$l be found by compu~ubd' Defiance Star...

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. — 2 December 1904

SBP , I B `NG I N . ... YOUR RICE Our Mill 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 Sup fine. ......... "*A MULE, A STEER OR A HOG WILL EAT MORE RitE THAN A MAN. MARKET YOUR LOW GRADE RICE ON THE wOOF." 'JONES BROTHERS. *. . *.t.44444.44f+++++++++++ +++++++******++ ++4.O4 S,rV:cs ~,vry Str , r!ay at 11 a. in. .laiarc ordia.lly. an tll to t.:tanlid. t'll-f i t , ltl:n i4'f: .AL. I i1; 11. Ser\i,'t i -c very ilunlay at I1 a. II. atld ,S p in. Jullnior Christian Endtear at :a:;t0 and Msnior at 7:10 p. mn. Prayvar Bert ice anti Bible trainin, class W. lnn lal' nve:n-in 7:4 . I'. C. l.-t,:r r. Pastoral Sup4:y. SSundal .chool Snnl ay !:iorlal "r at I 0 I )'(li, It ' l. V,. 1).º' EILS, Sllpt. A hearty welcome r\ttelndll to Citizen!s tfartan ri thllt r tl' l anl, Irtil . FL !tlEt-:P.R M. E. 'lIIuRt H. Proaaalintag at 11 and 8, rv\ re Sundlay. auhttay .chlmol at ,:475; Junior LIeaUe at t ; Upworth l.ague 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. — 9 December 1904

VO \LUIE V. WELSH, CLCASII L I, l ,III, )tISI.ANA, DE1EMBER 9. 1904. NUMBER 28 f. ---------------_,_ ooooooooooo0000000 00oo THE RAINY SEASON As the Rainsy Season is 11now commeine inr, we remind you that we carry a full line of Imbrellas, Rain Hats, Slickers. Slicker Suits, Rubber, Plain and Fancy 9 Macintoshes, Rubber Boots-Both Knee a(id I lip. Shoes, Gloves. Everything in FIIancy ald Staplo Groceries. lhoiie 28. Or (des P'romptly Filled. I )elive ies 9 to 11:30 and 3 t(o 6. PAUL W. DANIELS8 Welsh and Ikeville, Louisiana 25 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. GERSON, LOUISIANA. Southern Pacific Wrecks Galore. Saturday evening and night four wrecks occurred on the Louisiana Western division of the Southern Pacific railroad, three of which oc curred in Calcasieu parish and the ot...

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. — 9 December 1904

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WkLSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. I Prairie fires are doing great dam age in many parts of Oklahoma. Two head dredgemen, the first tc start, left Chicago for Panama Sat urday. Lawton, Ok., claims that the Friscc will build large shop3 there at an ear ly date. Friday morning the 16-month-old daughter of Mrs. Alma Porter, of Howe, visiting at Van Anstyne, drank, an ounce of carbolic acid and died an hour later. Upon President Diaz's recommenda. tion 'to stableise the value of the Mexican dollar that coin has risen from 45 cents to 50 cents in exchange value. General John M. Wilson, chairmar of the inaugural committee, has ap pointed Lieut. Gen. Adna Chaffee, chiei of staff, to be grand marshal of the in augural parade. An eight-foot vein of coal was accit dentally discovered near Arapaho, O. T., at a depth of 150 feet by well drill. ers. Immediately a company wa, formed to develop the find. Chairman Cortelyou of the National Republican Committee has ...

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. — 9 December 1904

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE READ TO CONGRESS Document Deals Voluminously with Questions of State---Tariff Left for Future Communication---Position of the Government Toward Organized Labor---Dealing with Illegal Combi nations. President Rooxsevelt's message to Congress, read at the opening of the short session of that body, deals vol uminously with questions of state. The subject of tariff revision is left for a further conmmunication. Sub stantially the imessage is as follows: To the Senate and House of Relpresen tatives: The nation c"(latinuls to enjoy note worthy l,rosp'l1 ity. Such proi'perity is of course prin1:.:ily dl:n ti the high indiv id ual aver:gc 'f lour citi:.nshmip, taken to gether with our great natural risources; but an imnporta't facto therein is tlh' working of our lP.ng-conti:ted govern mental policits. The people have I\ n phatically expre'sed their approv:il of the principles uidt, iyiing thu.- pt licits. and their desire tihat Ihese ri:;e-il.h's hI kept substantially...

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. — 9 December 1904

14Gee@eae8Oe@60ZCCQ0@09@ A Well * 0 Advertised Name * * Is something that competitiý+n, trutae s * and combinatiois of all ikinds must - * bow to. If your name is strongly im- * * pressedl upon peopleo' minds by judi- 0 * cions advertising. you have an asset S * that is worth perhaps as much or more " * than your bnsiness itself. A bakiung * powder company with a factory and S * stock invoicing at a few bundred thous- 0 and dollars refused 112.000,000 for its 0 * business. They value their name at " * several millions. T.is is only one of S Sthe many thousands of such cases 0 where the nameo it worth many times " the amount of the business itself. Is S Syour namo being impressed on people's - minds strouger nnd stronger each day? 0 j The Journalf " * * Is impressing haudreds of people everY * * week with people's names uand goods Why Not Yours? *.*OO*******000000*00O00** The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Enter...

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. — 9 December 1904

Get Your Christmas Gifts at Cooper's * We have just received a fine - : assortment of "'Lowneys" Chocolates and Bonbons in plain and fGIFT packages. Better have us put one aside for you iC ooPE R'S i The Early Buyer Gets the Pick. so""*~+++"ON*NN+*+ Southern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. 6 due ................. 9:13 a. m. No.lOdue..................11:49 a. m. No. 8 due.... .....12:59 a. m. WEST BOUND. Io. 5 due.............. 4:16 p. m No. 9 due.............. 6:47 p. m. No. 7 due............... 4:29 a. m Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. Jos. Ladd was in Jennings Tuesday. J. H. Bowen was a Jennings bus iness visitor Wednesday. V. D. Tilden, of Jennings was here Wednesday night the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chas P. Martin spent Wednesday and yesterday in New Orleans. J. W. Armstrong transacted bus iess in Lake Charles Wednesday morning. C. B. Watts, of Jennings, was here Saturday night and Sunday the guest of friends. G. D. Ryth...

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. — 9 December 1904

NANCY LEITER NOW WIFE OF BRITISH ARMY OFFICER: NOW MRS. CAMPBELL. The marriage of Major Colin Powys Campbell and Miss Nancy Leiter was solemnized at Washington, Nov. 29, in the presence of about a half dozen guests and the members of the imme diate family. Rev. Roland Cotton Smith, rector of St. John's church, performed the ceremony. The earl of Suffolk, whom rumor makes the fiance of Miss Daisy Leiter, was best man, and Joseph Leiter gave his sister's hand in marriage. All mourning was laid aside for the occasion, both the bride and her sister wearing conventional gowns of white, crepe de chine trimmed with illusion. Mrs. Loiter wore a gown of lusterless black silk. Among the guests was Lady Nina Howard. sister of the earl of Suffolk, who is the guest of Miss Daisy Leiter. No member of the British embassy was present and the ceremony was void of all ostentation. There was no marriage settlements. Mrs. Campbell's fortune is settled ab solutely on herself and could not be diverted un...

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. — 9 December 1904

1 PIls That Cure Sick Nerves Mrs. DoraB. Frazier, No.140 Althea St., Providence, R. I., has been cured of Nervous Prostration by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills For Pale People. She says: "I suffered for three years and was several times at the point of death. My weight went down to seventy-five pounds. I was afilicted with nervousness, dizziness, suffocating spells, swelling of limbs, sleeplessness and irregularities. I had a good doctor but he could not help me. The first box of Dr. Wil. liams' Pink Pills did me good and I continued their use until I was cured. I am now perfectly well." These pills are a specific for all disorders of the nerves from neuralgia to partial paralysis. Sold by all Druggists. CONTAINS 25,000 NEW WORDS, Etc. New Gasetteer of the World Nw Biographical Dictionary 2380 Quarto Page.. New Plates. Soo Illus rat!oas. Should be in Every Home, School, and Office Rev. Lyman Abbott. D.D., Editor of The Outlook, says: Webster has always been thefavorsta in our h...

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. — 9 December 1904

"o:-ý1iý *4+ 44++00$+#4++4+$ +944++++4+4444+++44++N+Q+* ... .. . BRING IN " i YOUR RICE Our Mill is in operation and we are making a Fine . . * 4E 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 WI.L EAT MORE lICE THAN A MAN. MARt(ET YOUR LOW GRACE RIE ON TH1 I4COF." JONES BROTHERS. I**I s44* . *44++ +*++ I++ + ++ 4 I!i+*+l+++++ iI** C'VlUl 'H NOTICES. SEVENTH DAY &DVENTS. Services v.',,ry 'aturday at 10 a. m. All are ordiall:y ilu:' ted to at:tnd. FINR.r (ONGRE(FA'TIONAI, CHURCH. Sert"ices every Sunlllay at 11 a, ni. ani4 8 p I. . inior I'it:istian Ind avor at 3::.1 and 8uir a ::;( p1. . m. Prayer service and Bible traiintin er'ia-, Wet lnesdav evening 7:45. F. C. LASI.ElTl:., astoral Supply. Sund:ay school Sunday miornin at 10 oclock, PAut. W. D)AN EliA, Supt. A hearty wvelonme extended to citizens tlrniwr their famiilies and Irituds. FLE.TCHEl M. E. CHURCB. Preaching at It all 8, every' Sunday. Sun...

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. — 16 December 1904

IOUlUE WE VOLUMIE '. wVESII, CALCASIEU 1'As, I , I, U.) [SIAN, .E(MBEIr l(i1. 1904. N6UBER ,As it is Nearing Xmas ;Let us help you select your presents. We would suggest something useful, such as a nice : 8 WICKER ROCKER, LOUNGE, TABLE, BOOK CASE, BED-ROOM SUITE, RUGS, MATTING, TABLE DAI1ASK, I1ACHIINE, TOILET SET, LEMONADE SET, PRETTY CUPS or. DISHES, AND TOYS FOR BOTH GIRLS AND BOYS, AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Also Have a Full Line of Rubber Goods. PAUL W. DANIELS Welsh and Ikeville, Louisiana ENT ISCOUN 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. rµJ G S. GERSON, WELSH, . 5., LOUISIANA. atper That Brings Results. Sthe paper that goes into the S sand is toroughly read by the aily that brings the best results b dlyertisers. It is the paper that *oN Into the most homes of the great ildle classes that brings m...

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. — 16 December 1904

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WdELBH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Emperor Nicholas has conferred upon Lieut. Gen. Sakharoff and Lieut. ;en. Bilderling, gold swords of honor, set with briliiants and inscribed "for valor.' John Reel, a prominent citizen of Honey Grove. who was kicked by his horse Tuesday afternoon, died Thurs day night and was buried here Fri day. John Keeling, who fell from a rail road culvert at Roxton Monlay nigc. and sustained a broken thigh, died Fri day night from the effects of the in Juric~. Phe dead body of Alfred Barry, whose home was at Hlamilton, was found badly decomiiosel, and with his skull crushed in seed house at the Dublin oil mill. Several Pinkerton men lately went West looking out for the man who robbed the Fargo elxpress and mur dered the messenger at Daggett, Cal, a few days since. f red Odell,. a prominent young farmer, died Wednesday of hydropho. bia at I'reston, Grayson County. Odell was hitten two weeks ago. His death was a ':ost horrible...

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. — 16 December 1904

NO TRANSFER AT NEW ORLEANS. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE. When you go North or rast request the ticket agent to route you via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL and avoid the disagreeable tranatrr at Now Or DOUBLE DAILY SERVICB. SOLID VESTIBULED PAST TRAIN ). MEALS IN DINING CAR. FOR FULL IPNFORMATION ADDRESS N. D. FINCH, A. J. McDOUGAIB TP.P. A., San Antonio, Tea. D. P. A., New Orleans, ~,rr~u~iLL~L~trLrLI\LI~ -~ ~ 01616, 7I WABASH ROUTE... 4 TO ITEW YORK, BOSTON, BUF S~P FALO, NIAGARA FALLS, DE - TROIT, C2ICAGO AND ALL1 _i 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,1ed. S. Three Solid Fast Through Trains Daily. . .. LE~AVINO St. Louis................... 9:00 A. M 8:30 P. M 27:3 P. M. ARRIVING Detroit ...................... 7:o P. 9:4o A. M x2:ro P. M. ARRIVING in Buffalo ...................4:o05 A. l 6:5o P. M 7:,0 P. N. ARRIVINO in New York ...........

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. — 16 December 1904

" A Well ° ' Advertised : Name * * * I' sofmetlhui that comlpet ;tiln. trullts " and combinalti s of all kinds must " * how to. If your namni is stron4ly tm- " * presse-l uio)11 p1eople's minds by indi- 0 Scion)l advertising. you have an asset a * that is worth perhaps as mnuch or more - * than your business itself. A baking 0 powder company with a factory and i • stock invoicing at afew hundred ihons- 0 * and dollars, refused S12.0(,,0o0 tor its " b nusines. They value their naiue at - * several millionsM. 'ITi, is only one of S * the many thousandg of such cases 8 where the name i, worth many times " the amnotunine ot the busiuness itself. Is " yoJur name being impressed on people's I winds stronger and stronger each day? 0 ti The Journal I Is imnpressing hundreds of people every we.:: with people's names and goods " " 0 i Why Not Yours? . ! OOOOOOOO4)O0••OOOOOO The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. OwE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ARVANCH. Entered at...

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