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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 25 July 1902

oaturnal. M rKJZER, Publisher. - - LOUISIANA I' still patiently waiting for n to unpack his $10,0.,0000. Phbly it was remorse that drove lier of "Goo-Goo Eyes" to "etlpn that becomes drunk with is sure to wake up with a ably you think you know what tie is, but do you know how ouce itT Ii a fortunate reformer whose ies are pot followed by a heavy qf apologies. Th. crown of Great Britain is like Bdward's vermiform appendage Sdetached state. A pickle trust with $30;,000,000 capi bap#been formed. This is one of ourest doses of all. t :ill be by no means an insignin- n tplishmnent for the king to I the, taperstitious. b b i Yachting experts kindly so : t ut was an American boat that ý-lropean waters also? has rescinded his gift of a it ta Rottingdean. 'Perhaps the were using :it for ping-pong. tc jcoitbination of a Kansas farm shotgun and a harvest field ap- p1 to' have solvred the tramp ques- tl i~aqLaie snis going direct from rto oston. Is this from the " the ridiculous or vice do tpon...

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 July 1902

l Y A. , . M' ý ý .·. ·t · . iOod.Night. lap b 'twsetheart, with eyes that bal 4l'esr pn a summer morn, wi w ' reathed in a smile divine, . l" ' k.that is pressed to mine. boi "s ' i uned fairer since you were cuI r petals,. my rosebud white, air '(od blrbi, ly baby, good-night, pr Q4o-night. ttbySweetheart, I love you soet that love you will never know. night, when my work is t and weary I come to you. your couch till upon my ear :taint music I yearn to hear. your breathing so soft and light, t, my baby, good-night. " ood-night. T1''i by your side as I nightly kneel ?m4tb All-Father I make appeal, Tt HRe will guide you and guard and you with love and unselfishness. you and lead you life's path along.  you grow manly and true and stroag, ht He may grant you a future bright Qq d-night, my baby, good-night, G ood-night. A Pretty Party Trick. t is very easy to make a magic ior. All you have to do is to write WI 'I? draw with chalk on an ordinary P ''j-hand mirror and wipe it gent...

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 July 1902

shed t Journal. shed Every Friday by iker & Company. C nLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. t FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1902. SSat the postomce at Welsh, La., as S..a matter. . All is quiet again in the Jennings °feld. s:.ystem of water works and then rio lights. .'T::he strike of the Southern Pacific opmen at Houston has been settled. .'Water works and lower insurance SGoodness knows we can stand action. ,liis fall promises to be a very pros us one with both the farmer and sines man. other good rain and the farmers a vicinity will. be staring pros  n the face. sia gratifying to know that the rice Sbe much better than was an pa a few weeks ago. Watch grow. 'fhas been announced by close di of the president that Roosevelt i to receive the presidential ation in 1904 by acclamation. Shreveport Monday, the com representing the Fourth con- ( onal district ordered a white to be held August 19 to select for congress. the sake of a little notoriety a s ady near St. L.ouis last week I *ino the Missiisippi 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. — 25 July 1902

JOCAL ALID PERSONAL. Phroso ice cream freezers at Daniels. Dr. GL o. Lewis was in Crowley Sunday . Try Force Breakfast Food. BELL & Co. F. W. Joplin, of Croley, was in town Tuesday. Leon Pitre was in Lake Charles Tuesday evening. Bricknt, and sand, also lime and ce ment, at Lewis'. The New Home Sewing Machine at A. E. Bell and Co.'s. Wm. S. Child, of Jennings, was here Friday on business. First class attrition bran $10.00 a ton at the Calcasieu mill. C. J. Wildman made a business trip to Jennings Wednesday. SWheeler & Wilson sewing machine -best on the market. k"ACKET. J. C. Allen, of Lake Charles, was here Tuesday on business. "Odorless, " "Leonard," Blue Ridge Srefrigerators at Daniels'. J. J. Glanfield, of Jennings, was here Monday on business. 1 Just received a carload U. S. Patent hard wheat flour at Prentice & Powers. I Go to Bell & Co.'s for everything needed in thegeneral merchandise line. Many o Welshites spent Sunday viewing the burning oil well at Jen ning...

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 July 1902

i "TI BRAVEST ARIi TME STENDE[RfT. - : -: -:I - - w ý w w w w w w -'y y/ W'yt-'..-% % l I 'w + Footeoure arid'.trave-worn tnd faint. The vcltran' rankts. in faded blue, *.* *t Turned from.' the highway's blilter rin . ja track 4 , 04 r Acro.s a"meadow bright with diw. - S The feet that pressed that yieldil:i turf S Had 'hiTrged the rampart's .!ipp..l- " *. iIBrouszed brows, the morridng sunolsIt we Q had faced the battle's storm andl surge. And the old banner fluttering frp ,, To greet the welcoming lrreez.s fair, e. "l., Was slalind throtish all Its field or st r.4, . S And rent by showers of fiery rain. i "Halt!'" 'Swift and sharp along the Ilne " They heard the ringing order pa.;.- e "A lark's nest!" .Lo! the mother bird .4 ]Rose startled from the trembling grass! *s "March!" Moved as by a single will, The column parts. Untouched between The young larks in their downy bed WNestle amid the clustering green. 4** 7 j ~A fearlsr, thrill of half-fledged wings! A scartet tldsh of open...

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 July 1902

$ tach the deAM , WAzsY, •et a ofrequentlyo young woman' l ids it necessary to launder a shirt waist at home for some emergency Wcen the laundryman or the homae er vant cannot do it. Hence these o tiaons for ironing the waist: To iron urammer shirt waists so that they will look like new it is needful to have them starched evenly with Defiance starch, then made peifectly smooth and rolled tight in a damp cloth, to be laid away two. or three hours. When ironing have a bowl of water and a clean piece of muslin beside the iron ag board. Have your iron hot, but not sufficiently so to scorch, and abso lutely clean. Begin by ironing the back, then the front, sides and the sleeves, followed by the neckband and the cuffs. When wrinkles appear ap ply the damp cloth and remove them. Always iron from the top of the waist to the bottom. If there are plaits in the front iron them downward, after -rut raising each one with a blunt knife, and with. the edge of the iron follow evert line of stitchin...

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 July 1902

*-. We Have Recently Added a Carload of . . . Chairs "' Japan and 1China Matsings to our Stock. Don't forget that we guarantee every article sold. SWelsh, La. WELSH FURNITURE COMPANY, Limited. l '..UIU.....IIIIUInUIUInUIIUaUIIuUsInU l hboioeGroceries and all kinds of Summer Drinks at R. F. Prentice's, Lwa",, r Gadiator SJava and Mocha Blend Coffee. A'ientifcally blended and roasted. :The best coffee on the market. Made :jý;_by the Crescent Coffee Mills, New kJ`ean. ,Sold by E. E. Bell & Co., Welsh, La. SMeat Market, . E. Bourgeois, Prop. ler in.... Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Game, Etc. Sdelivered in town at all W E • Itimes. WEL|Iun, LA. IoNT IfNBERT. City *r Barber, Next to Cooper's Drugstore. and Cold Baths, for Lake Charles Laundry. [P3C 'S" ALLIGATOR PRESS t capacity, 22 tons of hay ! or no pay. Its 50 inch feed kes. it the best for rice straw. iJ. A. SPENCER, ~x..5, Dwigh+, Ill. . GRIER FRANK COTTON, :aenings, La. Welsh, La. Irier & Cotton, vlI Engineers and Surveyors...

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. — 1 August 1902

rt r y k "h ý , t"'" . :y a u ' ,{.., ý 1 ' . " ti · 1 C ` 7"' "ý' ý'@ý. ' ;·i:?l f::I ·? 1. ` ·f; ý .4-' !:C1Yjr·:~ ·,·*":· "° VOL. III. WELSH, CALOASILj.U PARISH, L . FRIDAY, &U-G UST 1,1902. Seasonable Goods. 1Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers. Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Lead All . . . . . . We are closing out our 35 Per Cent Off. W ple line of Tailor made clothing °for Spring and Summer at . . . We have a new line of Sweet-Orr "Union" Overalls.-Just in. a Ill and Examiee our Goods. , Prices are Away Down. Paul W. Daniels, Welsh, La. - The Leader in Low Prices. BATSON A CHANGED MAN. Devotes His Entire Time to Re ing Books and Thrilling Stories. A. E. Batson, the alleged murderer of the Earl family, now confined in the Calcasieu parish jail, at Lake Charles, has become an incessant reader of books since his death sen tence. He reads all the time. He lies in the steel cage and pursues the pages of thrilling novels. Visitors from Lake Charles, who were in tow...

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. — 1 August 1902

L'\N construction he i t sti ll merely' jolly good fellow, thr ý said of Mark oriPesp t that he !!rp loaded. teen sof Europe ev Song Morgan 1v49 iehWon f with bo Mary Maciate yts ,.the rest of her boa ii owni tb melyaughty pi'ekl trust at ea Sseason blu { ',cru 0 power of" ste 'boy 'ho rn matters ver here and ..eeds" are be. b ano enter- o dite inot sisve s San, -atetis sign the poase. e" devout be own trum e com alre ' likely that -elebrate by treet card. S:been or r . Per them. They Is a Yan `` sY hilbitlttf shows how in:' "f your, ~ cultivated y rince  areh, but" if -~.of. his tour it must be Invention con price that ol one with Y.:uderbilt hiS trov accord h'o " ed laer 'to .pthink Sthien doing Sabsiorb any for mwere t ' " Is`talkinf 1 o the royasII lite enough o ropping in 1I fr a quiet lit .-h. gave up bainge his name / M: put in the o of curiosities. ao.vi be Smith or a the Boers B:Rrt-ka s~tnees, and credit that the .o ours9, add to ...ltClzenrer suc th. Arctic ex -" :"...

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. — 1 August 1902

- -7 · 1 } y CLýr,;LLC*~e7 :r ~ Y~W ·~~-IIN ~ .)UII ~ ;j'~4· JIY~BY IYIIIIIIWY. YYIS ~ AA ^ Terrible to Think Of. "What makes you look so sad and solemn?" "A man told me .this morning that - looked just like J. Pierpont Mor gan." "But why do you allow that to trouble you?" "I was just thinking what a horri ble victim of wrong I was if maybe him and me got changed in our Ecradles when we were babies." Sing Sing Comment. The late Dr. Talmage said that he preserved his health by running. This may have been good .or Mr. Talmage, but it has never been very healthy for the inmate caught running here. Sev eral have tried it, but alwe ith un healthy results.-Sing Sin tar of Hope. Loved and Lost. Nell-Love doesn't seem to agree With ,Maude. .She is thinner by 20 pounds than she used to be. ,Belie-She has loved and' lost, eh? `Roiy. 'AT 1B REHEARSAL. Leading Man--At last we meet face to face! Draw, sir; draw! Comedian (thinking of poker)-Not on your life. I'm going to stand pat. -- - -- - - (...

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. — 1 August 1902

at Welsh, La.. was hanigec .'wih bullets a fm cents Em. ."21. * t lsts of New Yorl {-", r kiJelled by Soe ed* Oto Roosevelt de t b uark o eadS e regarding the itt he s p`Ade ly the army scan i~uvropeb r~i. the golcon 0Pe 4 y labr 3s in the heart o nt,. M de and no better imSietments than s of·d her aised =:at .ht7 a ik London and S-een compelled - st ,.t odle of food for "' se a bo I. now daily looked is so much bet " hOe evetg, published in 4 jbthe amerchants S b taking to it 'Ppapelt It s -Crorley Daily irsaeits ever '··....: :  ,ob Fitz ~ #. A the eightth .eter day night `to gve *-qlatter was 1 il` the fatal ,that Fitz Sbp- Kemocratic execu Slosieu parish has Thouse in Lake august 9, "*or the rO Ipioviding for r to represent e ve admmittee sional district. *iQ* hioh was gen . =iNebrassks; Wes :Dakota, occur 'o,loek Monday. 0 Sfos were felt at i s in the three h S-10 to 15 sec rge reported was es and window t " ho magnifieth g uyla ,;own town and n Tantinually, for got man...

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. — 1 August 1902

Phroso ice cream freepme Dastiels. H. G. Keneker, of Roandke, was-4n town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Daniels went to Jennings Tuesday. Try Force -Breakfast Food. BELL & Co. E. H. Boling spent Saturday night and Sunday in Lake Charles. Brick And sand, also lime and ce. S ' lent, at Lewis'" '. .. lent was in Lake Charles Wednesday on business. H. E. Heald has $10,000 to loan to rice planters at 8 per cent. J. H. Boling was attending to busi ness in Jennings Tuesday. Cleopha Pitre is slowly improving from an attack of fever. "Odorless," "Leonai-d, " Blue Ridge refrigerators at Daniels'. Dr. R R Arceneaux was a visitor in Lake Charles Monday evening. Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine -best on the market. RACKET. Garland Hayes returned Saturday from a trip to Marlin Springs, Texas. ,Just received a carload U. S. Patent hard wheat flour at Prentice & Powers. J: C. Allen, of Lake Charles, was transacting business here Monday. E.M. Sloane was a Lake Charles business visitor Tue...

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. — 1 August 1902

HAS RESIGNI3D ýrV· :·,t IFT T / P IRE A1 t- - 4· LAIz C4D·T %6GTE IP J ,L1U j· s~U1rI~ury1 ·ot Gresat by Erlj ~'29 t1eLr Lieutenancy of Ireland. It is believed his views were not in accord with those of the new prime minister, Ar thur J. Bhlfour. s cele d-. on; S t of adv Slebeing S"young al 1o le he 4n righ~t own detri ' intimate tance with his party t and has i leader in years. .deiath_ to * w ht, a foregan benefIt his *hi ahortly The Lost River. One of the most singular features 14 the scenery of the territory of daho: is the occurrence of dark, oqi.' chasms, into which creeks and large streams suddenly disappear and are never more seen. The fissures are old lava channels produced by the outside of the mass cooling and form ing a tube, which, when the fiery stream was exhausted, was left empty, Swelite 'the roof of the lava duct having at some point fallen in, presents there the opening into which the river plunges and is lost. At one place along the Snake one of these rivers ap...

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. — 1 August 1902

preentsa s-person from the town on Sunday is * law.'- Post. It'I all very well to strike out for * y ourself unless you happen to bs a'Gall Hlayer.. 5 SUHUICAL _U'EATIUNS mNow MnMIzr a Notedl Opera Singer, -lp· an rrr ,a. -t s bt M anP l erations STo re Un. - - "Dia Mas. Pzun : "-Travelllng forae.q ona the road, with irregular unea a gsaetp iand damp b- oke down mj health so complebely two years ago that the physici advised a oomplete rest, and whet I ~ti agined --~ " J ': ý" " .'G"o.,BRUcZ. s-  lezdt vitality, :an operation for !ovarlan trouble. 'd a very cheerful prospect, to be sure. 'I, however, was advised to try Lydia Z. Pinkham's -'Vegetable Compound ind San ative Wash; I did so, fortunately tof me. Before a'month hadpassed I felt that my general health had im proved; in three months more I was oaured, and I have been in perfect !health sinee. I did not lose an engage .ment or miss a meal. " Your Vegetable' Compound is cer talnly wonderful, and well worthy the lraise 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. — 1 August 1902

SWe ave Recently Added a Carload of . . Chairs :.'" Japan and China M3attingS to our Stock. Don't forget that we guarantee every article sold. elsh, La. WELSH FURNITURE COMPANY, Limited. t:i:Iliil: lýlttlll:t1ý1tt1l'ttllttllltlltitlt~lýil~ tlllttlt1ý l and all kinds of Zf Drinks at K sr tice's, l,"".Ia Mochia Blend i} Coffee. laded and roasted. eon a market. Made Tofee4 Mills, New Go. Welsh, La. eOs Prop. IMutton, Pork, ·Etc.s In town at all tihes. a5II,. fiA. e t ooper's Drugstore. S2old- Baths, 4k Charles Laundry. #S 'A; tGAit4 PRESS' aity, 22 tons of hay 1p wt Its 50 inch feed Irt ~itest for rice straw. i. SPENCER, I(nwight, Ill. FRANK COTTON, 4a ' Welsh, La. & otton, 7and Surveyors. lI be located in Welsh i~ " continue to reside 4sy. .Assistants and V'.. . . . . lackford , d Ward ... Peace of u :Parish. also given to col iiard. Ofece in the r, ID. iý 71 ~;uA~gcofl , 1-wsg *· w PRENTICE & POWERS, Successors to H. A. Davidson, -%"-';:* *C IiE, - - -,--- ....DEALERS IN....

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. — 8 August 1902

•ii* ,· -. ," .. , - . } . ., " l" You can buy It fo kr les# ' F, ; WALKER 'Sjt j z r· , JENNINGS.rn, !..WELH, OALCASIE U PARISHI, LA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902. II. .. . I _ Seasonable Goods. S- Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers. Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Lead All .. We are closing out our Sam pie line of Tailor made clothing 5 PerCent ff Sfor Spring and Summer at . 35 Per Cen . We have just placed a large order for more Heath- Milligan's Ready-Mixed Paints for family and painter's use. Special prices made on large orders to purchasers. Paint custom especial ly so licited. Call and get prices. Paul W. Daniels, B Welsh, La. The Leader in Low Prices. gu Educational Meeting. An educational meeting will be held in the Welsh school building this (Friday) evening under the direction of the Calcasieu parish educational campagn committee. Prof. Himes, representing the Southern Educational board, Superintendent John McNeese l and otler prominent speakers will ad dress th...

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. — 8 August 1902

ý1. tt journal. % ALUER, Publisher. P - - LOUISIANA ",p'1Wr is an acoomplished .. knbows how to rally. would discover wire what a world this might tRome are soon to be con ephone. But where will come in? re ad of mine horrors like town, it makes the price sea m much smaller. 8ibbers are seeing to it that :pnind their vacations in the 'Bcney's worth. h" a mystery. A family 1' that city exists on $4 a iats beef once a day.  Qught to arrest the two :armies and put them ¶'£" d4rg of disorderly conduct. ,O. T., were really en wold, invite King Alfon tO ts "'hsrmless" bull twelve people have been beeri. This looks like a t treason on the part of lady of note-or, rather, take a young husband is areno of concert fame. *ý's determination to intro oil into his dominions as proof that he is past nised a union, pli probably send their fa see the oosses in the wrld needs just now da $ g course. that will rec" dishpan and the wood box. ean nations that are J. P. Morgan for the 'afi loa1is shoul...

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. — 8 August 1902

istoric Old Inns (Special Letter. HE mdc pathways trod by revoluonary heroes are freshlputlir.-i with historic memoes in these days of an niveraaries, anmore than any others of the famousld buildings, the colo nial inns of q' great cities are at tracting the aention of history stu -dents. Theretre few sections that ,can show a pre famous cluster of :these old taves than ar' found in a prominent sewn of the Quaker City -historic old .ankford. In all essen tial character!ics many of these are the same a when revolutionary heroes partoc of their hospitality. ihese ins aretill called by the old names that ade them landmarks, and in manypstances they are sur rounded by flious trees many years older than amntury. y,. ps: A: ý.T ý ¢« 7:*~ ::::: "4?. ·····I:" y.,'4{.Vi.". ý< ý. : i.yýn':> :.:. Y.?. ."9" ,, maiy : _:.: .:l ý`' v','` tn'.i 4,",':s "sý,>: 3 ; :!>-:s OLD CROSS KEYS INN. The Old oss Keys was one of the best-knowsf the colonial inns. It is now over i years old, having...

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. — 8 August 1902

ntt Journal. 4ed veriy Friday by 0' & Company. A YIAR` IN ADVANCE. DAY, AUGUST 8, 1902. t1 a" pQ ofioe at Welsh, La., as metter FboeInd in New Fields. SLke Oharles Press. ti:kes indicate that Louisiana a to take her place alongside inintg state of Texas as one great oil producing regions of ted States. It is a fact that :I that has been drilled in the J~enpings field has come in a iran4d the oil is superior in tio the Spindle Top product, readily 40 cents per barrel n market. been struck at Anse La Ioresi Brothers. The well yet been bailed, nor has cas applied, but all the indica to the bringing in of a *sh as have distinguished field. There is great ex t. Leases are being taken on and, St. Martin's parish will into a new field. r'has been brought in at near the Mississippi river, f mn the Jennings field. The same quality as that at San wing to the proximity r can be piped to the vessels expense. fleld of Anse La Butte and Bouillion is in St. Martin's a within 44 miles of the...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 8 August 1902

I * .• ON OR ABOUT THE 15TH WE WILL HAVE OUR SUMIMER LINE OF . . . P FALL DRESS GOODS n .display. We cordially invite our friends to call and examine them closely. As usual our p will be the lowest. y sual our pi lws YOURS TO SERVE, A. E. BELL & CO.,els, L. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Philip Miller transacted business i Jennings Wednesday. Don't forget to ask for U. S. Pater flour at Prentice & Powers'. Oscar Fulton was a Lake Charle business visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Paul W. Daniels visited he parents in Jennings Wednesday. M. Carroll St. John, of fPayne, wa in town Sunday visiting friends. S. A. Knapp, of Lake Charles, wa! here Tuesday transacting business. Mrs. Jos. Hayes, of Lake Charles, visited friends in this city Sunday. A. E. Parent, of Lake Charles, wa transacting business here Monday. Mrs. James Day returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in Crowley. A bouncing baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Bailey, Satur day, August 2. Miss Della Marshall, of Jennings, visited t...

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