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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 21 April 1905

EOI I Vý -VOLUME V.-* WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISHI, LOUISIANA, APRIL 21, 1905. - B. LADIES and CHILDREN'S 8 MI LLINERY8 DRY 00ODS AND NOTIONS. PHONE 28. gPAUL W. DANIELS8 800000~,c0oo00000000 NEW LINE OF SUITS. I have just received a new full line of Spring and Sum mer Clothing. UNDERWEAR OF ALL QUALITIES. Fine line of Straw Hats the latest in headgear. J. s. E(ERSON, oWELSA. J. 5. GERSON, LOUISIANA. A Bill OF $3,500 FOR STATE MAPS. Pesented to the Parish School Board on Last Saturday. The parish school board held a meeting Friday and those present be side Superintendent John McNeese were chairman J. M. Booze, Sam Kaufman, Wm. Krelow, J. M. Nichols, W. I. Cole and W. R. Hargrove. The regular routine business was trans acted at the morning session and just before adjournment Mr. W. L. Bell, of Kansas City, introduced himself to lie board and asked if they were pre pared to accept the map portfolios ordered from his house by the old school board. When the present board learned that their ...

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. — 21 April 1905

Sing ! /eart of iniiie And let te woondrous/ usicoftj voice fin ni fe wlorld ri l lig ht. Sing and rejoice! for in m Risenord (Yw bath dispersed (fie thougbt of ni1, find Messed hopes upsprina like Jiagrantfiowers Tram the awakened sod , 1 b(uigwihneiuwirwffn 0 7 At tie tucfz or/God. iere isno~eath fire Jils dwubijen1 of I1oly Gspirafwni Butdrasoutspirits Sf i his; and we Are IRisen jiodeed CTi immra lily -a Good Friday Superstitionsi: It is pretty safe to assert that hu- I man conduct is controlled more by unwritten laws and ancient custom than by the statutes, of the existence of which many are made aware for the first time when, having unwitting ly transgressed them, they are called upon to suffer the consequence pun ishment. How otherwise is to be explained the conscientious keeping up of quaint I observances which are required neither by written law nor apparent reason? These customs are, as a rule, as sociated with red letter days of the e ecclesiastical calendar, and Good Fri...

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. — 21 April 1905

IUEEN OF ACTRESSES ' PRAISES PE.RU.NA. -- .-,-.- - . • ...... ::.::j,' ".::~:::ii:.:=-: -::;: :-.;:. , .,, :. • .:."" ' ...::: : . : . ·.. · .·';; ..:: ·:·. - : .:;:-;:,:,:. ··.. ·. ··. ·-. -. .. .,.Z ;.X .' 'j.: :... ·: ,.. : ·- . . .... • ..• .,.;· ..:..'.;; .'.':::i,::: .:,,.:;,·: ·:.::::..`: .,\~::::: :··· ii.:: ·-:.:·..:.. "·: .: ·::. ....... : " - i. ? .. :::: . -.:: . ,-r: -. ... ..ii ....i .,. : :: :.:·'. MISS JULIA MARLOW llear:::'.y .-I :::ro:.es o: P:'r:n- for the .\¥rz :·s. N a recent letter to The Peruna Medi cine Co.. Miss Julia Marlowe.of New York City, writes the following: 'l"-am glad to write my endorse. meat of the great remedy, Peruna, .as a nerve tonic. I do so most heartily. "--Julia Marlowe. Nervousness is very common among women. This condition is due to anemic nerve centers. The nerve centers are the reservoirs of nervous vitality. These centers become blood less for want of proper nutrition. This is especially true in the spring season. Every spring a host...

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. — 21 April 1905

:*e000000000000 ..00000........ A Well Advertised 0 * 3 Name = * 0 * Is something that compeittion, trusts 0 * and comtnbluatliolts of all kinds must *I bow to. If your name is strongly ira- I pressed upon people's ifnds by judi- * Seions advertiing, you have an asset 0 Sthat is worth ,erhaps as inmucih or more 0 Sthtan your bus.:iess itself. A biuking powder comrani withi a fatory and ui * stock invomtcullg at a few hundred thl ous. - and dollars, refusetd z 1' I.o O,00 for its Ibusiness. TIhey valit, their name at 0I " several millions. T.,is is ottlr one of * tile many thosandlll of suclth eases where the namo i< worth many tlnes 0 the.amount ot the business itself. Is " * your name being mnpressed on p)ople's 0 Swminds stronger and stronger each da.ly? 6 I The Journal "t SIs itnpressig hundreds of people everr wn * week with peotules itnamls and goods * C Why Not Yours? i ki The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printin Company, Ltd. d ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN AD...

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. — 21 April 1905

o r Drug Co. LI IUTED + * 4 * DRUGGISTS SI4 4 " N444444*44*4*444 ",_gthern Pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. . due ................ 9:13 a. m . 10due..................11:49 a. m . 8due.... ... .......12:5S) a. m. WEST BOUND. *5 due ........... 4:16 p: m 9 due ....... ...... 6:47 p. m. 7 due................ 4:29 a. m Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. phone 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Aent. Winnsboro had a frost Sunday Fresh Corn Meal at Jones Bros. Bice planting has begun on the r coast. Fresh Corn Meal at Jones Bros. A successful good roads convention held at Shreveport Monday. Try our Rice Flour. Jones Bros. A hand-car collision caused the in y of three men near Batchelor. Try our Rice Flour. Jones Bros. A dairy with 1,000 cows as a starter to be established at Covington. Fresh meats of all kinds at the Welsh Meat Market. Jack Brooks, colored, was found urdered near Lamourie station Sun Get your school shoes and school bes goods of Martin Bros. State Examminer Thomas' reports ws...

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. — 21 April 1905

l t ire _ t _ ournal WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WkLSH, . LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. * A Russian peasant became a great Sadmirer of Japan and things Japan esque, grew tired of life and suicided like a Japanese. The press commission at St. Peters burg has recommended the removal of the censorship from cartoons and de fates of Zemstovs and other legal or ganizations. F. M. Dunn of San (Bernardino, Cal. will bein at once to sink oil wells at Ardimore. He regards the Ardmore oil fields as among the richest in the South w ,t. It is proposed that Illinois build a replica of the Lincoln home as a State building at the Lewis and ('lark Expo sition and use some of the original Lincoln furniture. The greater portion of the business r section of Springvale, Maine, together ,t wvith many d(wellings, was destroyed by fire Friday, entailing a loss esti- S mated at $:iou(,u) .t Edwin J. O'llicrne and associates of n Memphis, Tenn., have been granted P franchise for an electric street car sy...

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. — 21 April 1905

IvER IF ICI ATIION SOMETHING TO SELL SOUTHERN COTTON ASSOCIATION, E. S. PETERS, Vice-President, Calvert, Texaj. geduce your aerca'e in cotton, or be jtisfied to accept 4 cents for what f raise. i Do it yourseif. Do not depend on { neighbor. About Farm Investments. At this stage of the game it is more portant that farmers should know qwv to sell their products than how I produce them. Scientific produc n has been taught, and scientific siling must be taught. One of thie finest sights I have seen in a gcod while was a bunch of white .~ce steers kicking up their heels in a Brazos va:iey alfalfa field. For hay, alfalfa should L)e cut when the blooms !be'iu to appear in quanti ties, and saved. just as clover hay should b'. Care should be taken to save the !lavcs, as they are tile most nutritious lPart of the plant. The meadow shot:n be moaed just as oft en as it makes sufficient growth to begin to bloom, which will be from three to four times per year. It should not be mowed too late i...

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. — 21 April 1905

"*++f+*4O t4+,+++ O -p+*fO$ + * f IRice I Chops." I -AND All Kinds of Feed I AT + SJONES BROTHERS FEED STORE. " ~++~++~9~~e+f~9$+~+~~ c Prociamation of Electicn, Be It i,,l,, ,yv tlP- Mayvor and Board of T'rustee-s (of the town of Welsh. La.. That the 11a (,r be and he is hereby- inirctr ed to issue his proclamati on ordotin -an election to be held in the town ('of \Vel , i.. n the first tda ,f ,ay, I ,. 'r the purplos, of i' ,1.ing a i yta . ,r o loard of of live tr .t :, to ,. r\( tr two years a,, too', i ,i , K ,e (,0 d::al -es of the tow, n olf W\.e. Be it [urn h o T ...lce, Thlt the followivn" ],ersou., he and are Lereby appoitt.d!l as cco:nissivo,et!, and clerk to holdhi said lecti o: U. M. Fields, A. E. Bell and J. W. Artstro, cornm missioners and Wrt. 1'. 1sseil. Jr., clerk. J. I-I. Cooper, aye: H1. A. Diavidson. aye; C. P. Martin, aye: ;V. \. Day, t aye. Passed the council April 4th, 1905. V S. BLACKFI'tD, Sec. t Approved April 4th, 1905. L. IE. ItoINsoN, Mayor. a PRO...

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. — 21 April 1905

DEAD ANIMILS' TESTIMONY. Their Lives Taken to Secure Evidence for Use in Court. "-'^ e'o'. ** *u a"A"A A | ý.ý©n4,thi 1F cases m ih nv been'11t'll rev1 intle stampns, or bloltting pads, or pen 1 prs, the !u .lins vf a illnais ha\'e bet lit of 1t i' doubt agd his illlt, ' re-( iiturned to liha. ie was warned, hoo ev(r, tot to keep a 1oat in future, or e miit llt he so ftllfte H (xt tine should the aimal v'\ince a taste for Fe0elUO St;IIllp. i haA short tiAe 1go w ii se in which wl in ser~vant glrl was av.used of robbing s her listre .Is of a 'alnatlh dia t'nlind tl stud attracted smile 'lttelition. The iI stud wa on tie dressing table wlhilei wa I I ii'iitf l tif !1 his lt ls i f ti'j to dlir \ the maid was t t dustit the rioom. and i when she left th jewel was mi.sing.h It could not le found andt the girl rat so a'cused of stealing i iti, her boxes Probably at er wits' end for some. t means of proving 111 her innocence, thie his girl 'stalted tlehat ith parrotn had swati lowled it...

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. — 21 April 1905

PRAYER FOR THE NATION. k.nat'-' t;,1. ctnthroneid aiove, We rray not for our landl'r incrIca. t : DI 1 1 ratyer we raise to Thee: Nor ask to 1 wbl tie ti.ritt roil eeTliru ,';r i.ni( in Thy i rent love W pray hit wickedt7x' ý-lia iicaz seepTh through ail the iiay- that are to *e. Wet ra;y bor rigli tt ou)IeNý., t) 4;odl! ý Efar no), , - rrnm ioreifn whore; betel Thou our ha niE ou all taint it; 'O battbq-! an hrim; aifright; I; Rn1 1 To oar )I;la itire and lure; 1>,e care n,. ',t" tihe c;Iunnoii roar; Kieep ' ou 1Fre c. uia -cii to Tint; The wrtjiIt \\h war -hlii leave r bliglht. hit p "11 Fiiu art t-1 f -tij).,it atid -ure. Outr fee. ,t V',;:lt I-: gotiicc4. fm"d I hr a tI;wl" it t~lnotiidio 'fhe-tila "I 1 fol. r -onllt,. gold; dIar Thin thife litry r i tl~ ito lihe: The (rtitl hi" " 1t toni i cetti Kt pl 'Haiti ota lan ll Iii lty ;iltit lovet 'Itat 10k. h gret lBonei of olti. i'liiouigli iii lit d w'- that;i lnt to lie. 'iii?~t u ;1s1'uk fttttttttttt ttt tt t t t t t t ttt*l ...

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. — 21 April 1905

I Ice SChops All Kinds of Feed FEED STORE. ( *+++...+++....+.. !.... Proclamation of Election. Ble It Resolved, by the Mayor and Board of Trustees of the town of Welsh, La., That the Mayor be and he is hereby instructed to issue his proclamation ordering an election to be held in the town of Welsh, La., on the first Tuesday of May, l905, for the purpose of electing a mayor and board of of five trustees to serve for two years as provided by the ordinances of the town of Welsh. Be it Further I esolved, That the following persons be and are hcrc.b appointed as commissioners and clerk' bo hold said election: u. 31. i,'lds. A. E. Bell and J. W. Armstrong com missioners and Winm. P. Bussell, Jr., clerk. J. H. Cooper, aye: H. A. I)avidson, aye; C. P. Martin, aye: B. V. Day, aye. Passed the council April 4th, 90n5. S. BLACKIF'ORID, Sec. Approved April 4th, 1905. L. E. ROBINSON, Mayor. PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION. STATE OF LOUISIANA, TOWN OF PARISH OF CALCASIEU " WELSH. By virtue of the authori...

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. — 28 April 1905

VOLUME V. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, APRIL 28, 1905. NIBERI 4s. WELSH, LOUISIANA. Amhe Soung the older places of South-ere western abundisiana is Welsh, or as itply of excellent water was fir4 known WoXelsh's, a name hc deep well r to supply the na me of the tires iouth wateritic station at times pastce, and whiicht way retained until within a1 very few years. Henry Welsh, for whomen the pwatrie was namiled in othe lstage stalnk ears wre ket herthe overnand mail, lohe siding t h r ailroad passeuling heavyroh trains prt old thke state. Laterx tra storeupply of atort to use orined tihe n Glens for the0 town.! distane to other good warCo. found here In abun it waply of excelprlentd wither .for steat Tahll? purpose~cs. and ;aluk a Henry Welsh ashere the pply rst Mayo': he,(O tihowevers with water. nd in times piration of his term (of o:ice. whA sten as tie ui cporalied in othwas complacest, iptank rs were kept here on, and before the' expiration of tho first - y -e a r m o ,r...

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. — 28 April 1905

9t zin 3et gurnaI WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. I"11  , ,,,. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. R. S. Collins, a merchant of Nebras ka City, Neb., had his pocket p!ck.ed of $COO at the Katy depot at Denison, a few nights since. Claude Wilkerson. a barber, ag1d twenty-five, died Friday morning at Mannsville I. I. T. Death is supposed to have resulted f:'omn poison contained in bay rum. Lewis Eili-inge. of New York, died: last week from hydrolhohia contracted from a dog-lite last September. The wound was di4infc:e,: at the time but not cauterized. Capt. Rchrt T. Chapman, graduate of Annapolis and distinguished in his service in the Coinfederate N:avy un (der Admiral Snemmies, died at Galves ton last Thursday. Trainmen arriving in Cheyenne re port that cvery plte fl"r thirty miles ast of Ch(',e:ne aindi twenty miles south has been levle,:l by the snow, which fell \\Wednt sday. Miss Agnes \\'ars:n, the o:nly daugh ter of Hon. Thomas E. \\aton. was married Thursday afternoon at th...

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. — 28 April 1905

DFIAT SOMEHIN TOSELL EVERY DAY. ° ..k S. • ,*oIo:+:S**+ Ve.Pre.si. et. Cavr .T SOUTHERN COTTON ASSOCIATION, E. S. PETERS, Vice-President, Calvert, Texias. If you eXp ,'t you1r friends on the ex ~canges to assist you in securing a fair price for your crop. you must be true to them and to yourself-by reducing your acr'a.e in cotton. Daniel J. Sully Says to the Cotton Growers of the South: If you wish to win your battle and obtain a fair price for your cotton you must re:'d'e your acreage very conl sidt rably You have surl)rise 1 he world byv the manner in which you have hell yo'ire eot:!n. Surpr. :- again by cutting down your co. '..Br.age. Do not be led astray by the present steariness of prices. Three (at'usts ha e colntributcPd to bring ab:ot ti ts ris; of more than a cent a polund. First: 'The urgent demand arising from an unpr.'(elente:l consumptllnlon. Second: Your courage and wisdom in making the buyer melt your terms. Third: The belief that you would cut your aerl'age to such ...

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. — 28 April 1905

00000000000000 00000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000< 88 8 8 8 8 0 O0 Beginning O 8 o f Sat rday Ap o O ý Q to the highest bidder the enltire .A.E. Bell bankrupt stock, consisting of Dry ioods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, 8 Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, Laces, Embr& r Sew= 8I ,w bsto the highest bidde the entire .A. 13. Bell bankrupt 0 Trunks, Valises, Umbwellas, Laces, Ebri pdrie, Sw= 9 Sr ing Machines, Guns, Hardware, Groceries, Queens= o ware. Tinware, Etc., and all Fixtures, such as T e= s 1writer, 5Kw Cas's Cs Reg\ st, Iron f, Etc. All Ltaes Are Respectfully Invhtedoth LLadies Are Respectfully Invited I8 to Attend This Sale JULIUS FRANK and ROBERT COHN f 1 0 O Welsh, Louisiana

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. — 28 April 1905

i Coopr Drug Co. T LIIJTED T D iJUGGIST • T • ff+ ý • H4÷÷*.6-4, ÷"e.4,, ,.44,4,',4 44 Soutlh i' I Pacill' TimUe Card. :.\ST BOUND. No. 6 d e ................. 8:42 a. m . No. 10du .................11:49 a. m. No. th ...................12:53 a. m. T B:s'r OUND. No. 5 t .. ................ .: p. in No. 9 di ............ .. . I;:47 p. m. No. 7 d;............. 4:29 a. in hou . ' and night trains. Phone ;;4 for further information. J. F. TUBBs, Agent. I - a." ý~~~ hood Pure Cents Per MILLK Quart Delivered anywhere in Welsh. Early delivery. l nttles clean and sweet be fore milk is tut in them. 't'hone T. WELSH DAIRY 5.. BENOIT, Manager LafayPteo is in the midst of a bi" Catholic !týis-in. Try our Itice Flour. .Jones Bros. Ladies , .\rnadia arie about to or ganize a civic league. Try our Ilic'e Flour. Jones Bros. Arrogau( t leaves be hnd a trail of ill feciin2e and enmity. Fresh "'r. M\eal at ,Tones 1tros,. Actit a part possesses the danger, of bein:" car'ried too far. Fresh (orn Meal...

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. — 28 April 1905

THE HUNTING CABIN NEAR NEWCASTLE. COLO., OCCUPIED BY THE PRESIDENT AND PARTY T e I:untin' e oin oTr ie , r' , ideit Ro'onstvelt a:l i party is > ý ahoutl I 1 nty-five millhs front New ca , t . Garfiehl c;:nty. Colo. It stanL. ; onl whiat is kl;n,\Vn as Hunts ian H-ills. which are the center of a rc'iii tlentiinig with w ihl ,a nm e l. but ml;!'t eslpecially of the large kind. a The Ial&in is a comfoartable log siack," sl stantia!ly c ni u ' tled, ant ) Ill ovide d wit the nel cessarie s " ... - fu ' creature com fforts. Temporary 3 'r .:. partit)ion hae Ibeen Iltit tip. one of ' i a athe rude lrtnl ts bein t assi.ne' ' " 4 " : to the use of the President. _ ,l THE WELSH REVIVAL. Something About the Author and Its Character istic Quality. E "%II I iIiH iIIIliII Six months ago the world had not heard of Evan Roberts. Now in all thinking circles he stands out as one of the most striking personalities of the time. Of the thousands of people of many nations who are floclking to ...

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. — 28 April 1905

usYBODIES vs. T UT1H. Here ?re The Facts Judge For Yourself. Busybodies who see in success only falsity, who, without making an effort to inform themselves, blatantly cry offense against honesty and truth--seen to forget that a slur against Dr. Pierce's well-known non-alcoholic family remedies is a slur against the intelligence of thousands of clear-thinking American women who know they have been helped and cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is not a "palent medicine'" in the true meaning of the word-it is simply the favorite remedy which Dr. Pierce used in an extended practice fuir the treatment of the diseases of women. Truth and nflunce. A namne for honesty and square dealing is better Truth and Influen than great riches. Fraud is a bubble that soon bursts. I)r. R. V. Pierce has always been known to speak the truth--is fam:ous medicines are founded on the rock of public approval and :have thoiisalds of truthful testiumonials as to their abiity te cure dliseases for 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. — 28 April 1905

" 0 A Well Advertised 0 d 0 Narme S1, somethmng that competition, trusts 0 9 1:1l c1mll1 iliti olus of all kinds must 0 " ow to. If your llaIlll is stlllngly jilt- e S ~se l llltn people's minds iy judi .' l. aldvrrti-ig, you lav,' till asset 0 S nlt . worth perhaps as muluh or more * uiin yiour hu.stiiess itself. A baking . 4 powdpr companyli with a fac'tory and 0 ý5 slo ii; iv.'itig at a few hlidrud( thlouis- * S· ilars, retfused ll 2.l))t,o)0 tfor', its " 3 !:in-iue. 'They value their namne at S L :e:rl mlillitons. TL1is is only one of . i!1." nll Ilny thousand', of sul'h 'ses 0 * where the na i or!th rlI anil tunes " t~ t a iit o.u t the lusitnev. itself. Is e " I' I:l.te being ilpl'e's(' on peoples o I tiu h tl s s t l't o I g , r a ll s t f Iti g e l t ' 3tta iai l ! } ' j i The Journal * 0 Ss llll0 it ir t b unndreid of people Cev ery j Sweek with people's munwms land goods * Y0 * h : Why Not Yours? * * " 0 *eeeseteo®3®®""®meýecoee. The ice &eIt Journal. uhilii~iiu d l\...

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. — 5 May 1905

VOLUM3E Y. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, MAY 5, 1905. LADIES and CHILDREN'S g IMILLINERY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. PHONE 28. PAUL W. DANIELSg <b0000000000000 NEW LINE OF SUITS. I have just received a new full line of Spring and Sum mer Clothing. UNDERWEAR OF ALL QUALITIES. Fine line of Straw Hats the latest in headgear. J. . GERSON, NLOULSANA. ISIANA.~ Council Proceedings. M HAL, OF COUNCIL CHAMBER, C8 Welsh, La., May 2d, 1905. hE Council was called to order in reg- di ular session by Mayor L. E. Robin- In son. Members of board of trustees be present: Martin, Cooper and Day, absent Cotton and Davidson. Min- a: Stes of previous meeting read and roved. The following bill were - kMen up and disposed of: 8. Carr............ . $ 2025 y Hebert, marshal..... .. 20 00 it Lumber Co., ... ...... 28 37 per Johnfon .............. 28 00 -Welsh Printing Co......... 3 50 0 A. Reeves......... ........ . 00 M. L. Farlow............... 20 00 `i. W. Armstrong..... ..... 3 00 A. . Bell...........

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