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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 9 June 1905

INTERESTING LETTER WRITTEN BYA NOTABLEWOMAN Ire. Sarah Kellogg of Denver, Color Bearer of the Woman's Relief Corps, Bends Thanks to Mrs. Pinkham. The following letter was written by Mrs. Kellogg, of 1628 Lincoln * Ave., Denver, ', ;olo., to Mrs. Pink ham. Lynn,Mass.: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: "For five years I was troubled with a tumor, which kept r r g ing, causing me #N.ense agon/ and ea mental depreseton. I was unable to at ead to my house work,and life became a bur. de to me. I was confined for days to my bed, lost my appetite, my courage and all hope. " I could not bear to think of an operation, and in my distress I tried every remedy which I thought would be of any use to me, and reading of the value of Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegtable Compound to sick women decided to ~ it a trial. I felt so discouraged that I; lid ittle hope of recovery, and when I began to feel better, after the second week, thought It only meant temporary relief; but to my great surprise I found that I kept gaining, w...

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 June 1905

S MARIA DUCHGRME. i Woman in America is Interested il This Young Girl's Experience. 8i.i.. . ." . . . ." fELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE. FE-RV.NA SAVED HER. ::. Maria Duharme, 12 St. Eliza gauetreet, Montreal, Can., writes: oI am satisfied that thousands of gnoen suffer because they do not real he how bad they really need treat ment and feel a natural delicacy in nsulting a physician. "I felt badly for years. had terrible and at time: was unable to at tlic my daily duties. I tried to cure myself, but finally my attention was ato andv ave!tiselenrt of l'eruna in salmilar case to mine. and I decided to give it a trial. "I y Improvement began as soon as jdgrted to use Peruna and soon I was well woman. I feel that I owe my 9 antd my health to your wonderful All correspondence strictly confi ptialt tr. /lbutfinal yatet~ ~. Your Children's Health IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE. I ',Alarge part of their time is spent in the ~ ao~roomz and it becomes the duty of nt and good citizen to se...

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 June 1905

aF STILLG ING ONI THE GREAT 8 818 | vvvvvv v ,, ,, ., -. -- ............ I0 MARTIN BROS. We are still offering the GREATEST MERCHANDISE VALUES at exceedingly § Don't miss your opportunity to get some of them. We must make room for the DAILY ARRIVAL 4OF ~O4UR+NEW+ GOODS l Many of our patrons have taken advantage of our Sale. Now, if you delay and miss these BARGAINS, Don't blame us, they are here for you. A I 8 VL&ARTIT BROTIIERS. THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVEIlY FIRIDAY BY WELSH PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the Postolffice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1905. Subscribe for the Journal and get the news. A great many men would be cheerful if they could find the price. The woman who has plenty of sunshine in her smiles does not need a dimple in her chin. The experi'nce King Alfonso has gone through dodging bombs in France will be of great benefit to him when he gets back to Spain. If the Canal Commission h...

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 June 1905

Cooper Drug Co, I4 LIlITED DRUUGGISTS €4N+ + 1+++ ÷++1 +++++a4 LAST BOUNI). ,due .r . :42 a. n. due .. .. ... 11:51 a. m. 6due. ........ . .. a.m . . _.12:(30 a. m. , WiST BOUND. 5 due.. .. . ........ . 3:0 p. im 95due ............. :4 p. in. 1 due .................. 4:29 a. in N os. 7 and S night trains. 3one 34 fur further information. J. F. T'unus, Agent. ram ram. Wed Pure Cents Per MIl i Quart mývered anywhere in Welsh. Early vry. Bottles clean and sweet be milk is put in themn. 'Phone S8. ELSH DAIRY S. BENOIT, Manager TCorn Mdeal at Jones Bros. tibodau% is extending its water four Rice Flour. Jones Bros. high school at Marksxille had pduates this year. J% SALE-A good second-hand plbw and drill, C. A. SAXBY. Beard, aged 14, was drowned looroe while bathing. our Rice Flour. Jones Bros. SLouisana C. E. union is holding palmeeting at Bunkie. satisfactory laundry work call ibert Barter shop. riýr is still very high, but en say it will not overflow. Corn Meal at Jones Bros. re Mati...

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 June 1905

4jt e tdt ourna! I WELSH PT'id CO., L't'd, P ub.. WELSH, LOUISIANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Tile ,tbrac' f ,r a ne.; dormitoryv I., Atu diniL" rmen tir ,he 1. L O F( . \V: - , ' ow.' Tnwl Orl:an-' Il,:u1 1 it ('drica a, WaV olt-t , 'w ,cr-'~(' y of ll Ias l g that '. ty a p('u º lu,- ºn ~f t ,' 3, at u .wi Ri 5 mi-s - i sir.eet railway aLid a 't j ,o, t 2 tr: ,t , of $;;t . 0!l, (00 f' last , y;ai r. 1 111 4 . of par alt 'i. It ct- , ed moved froml ) il "irgii:a Itn 1-,, !ib H irved ln the itor ( ivll W ial at 1 T'her( isa ivenoint on foot aniong 'oI thi,' Dalla phliysicians ani some lnem- t'tel t,.-s of the clty rouncil to have a food T Insptetor iit pointelll ai di lone In Fra many largo clties. Bliit The first soll t iar of tomatoes left Ibl i Tyler Thiu;' 'y T'he; welre sold for $1.25 per crate anid ilt h c-ar of tonlai- ;a "toes is wor h in round figiur''s $1,200 no ti) the pr)ldn(''l'". a It-i- While a bIrat&-i'n tiinamd E. L. ion iloni:ctt. w:is makting a eouplihig in ...

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 June 1905

-R 1) . - S ILL'$ IDEA. t jl could 1ak ' ;hI. n' ,,i l, I oull Not nmakel. a ,,it; "a. pd fill it up t'ith ,n an dte And let in childlitn ue. ! everv u Ilu tll;tin. 'ilta' .t hI s1tream, i 'd orint its n ,'n .l.. t ' 1 Wouldnever i ve to, ,tu ldy Liemt ] a geograity' Addition and dir 'n I Would not tav "l t at'. 1. For -bildrt 0 .1it Yor j ess if 1I l; ni h n . norw ft wouIl be line I in ee. Sadallthe ch t hu thtte tare w ould say, Il ttth! 1 o l e. ------ t Ipe and so1n saclty pills antlld ful- t w this picture and desrillltioll: ie the rope hitiwt.ie tvo trees. so .$you may walk undrit it without g your head., 'Throw a sheet or jiLL1 over it. Ti't four strings as I Was yourself to 'each ,corner of the t (one oni each orur. On the t 41 TEE TENT IN rostrION. (ihe end of each string tie a pointed I , Drive these stitks into the' pad as far from the rope :Is you The sheet will now mlake a good 0Two iPore sheets are 1no used lrthe sides of the tent. Each sheet 1tua'an end and on" side....

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 June 1905

0 11 , 11 !If llpu .!llislsljl!! iI 141 MADAIE OFFERS YOU $6,000.oo IN PRIZES MAIDAME is a magazine for women who think and is the only magazine in the world endorsed by'OVER THREE MILLION WOMEN, being adopted as the Official organ of the National Council of Women. It is full of bright stories, clever articles on art, music, literature, with beautiful pictures galore. "* TEST OF SKILL. This is not a lottery, guessing or estimating contest. It is absolulely a test of skill. There is no trick or deception about this, whatsoever. *. The dots are visible to the naked eye and can be counted. If you can count the dots correctly and give a good plan of counting them you * * Sshould win. Your chance of winning is as good as any one's. t g on must necom~- mO CSd l 1::f"ee O*," PRZE. n w n l O "NDIGI "o" * *" o three** 1 Prie, ian with M d inil tesu shnes. There i given to winners of the liret first prizv if they have three Guitar attachments, value".$1,000.00 so many. That is why sooo in pri...

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 June 1905

OLIJ3IE 'I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, JUNE 16, 1905. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . .:.. . p.l JURY lI EX'IA ESSlOY . ed Jfali ad Bi;I Board Biills for prlsoners tIh .Moving ('ause. jgrand jury met in SiLil se pa t9:30o'clock Mo d ay morning 1,e jchamber in the c>>rt houte, wi several days a.2o ly order of ca -istrict court. W ihis address to the , rand jury di SMiller told the ,-n,,tl enen that co r~ted to call then to,,ether just ti, s time as he knew it would work ve ~dsbip upon some of theta who desire to attend to crops. usi- a etc., but that pulic af airs were a' bacondition that he had been tr to do so. all s also called a:tinrtion to th an ;ded condition of the parish jail, an Sthefact that the board hill for the fir ".ers last month w as s0t) br c~ Miller told them that he r 1,like for them to Lass utpon the be cases during the present ses but he left the matter of the pr offenses to their own judgement. au...

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 June 1905

Monotony Si" . f,,J :1. ihtt i t lh ,lt l th lP ,, ,l. '1 :,t' lja i lth 1",I , , ' I , i lt. " 1.t, ! a it} )i i .i I ý i . Iý ,, \ ,1 l0 ý\itl 1\ j" 1 . ?i', l ll. 0. .L1:i A n ý '"  . C. It ', l ly i ht. 1° ::,, I h ahily ,lt r i 'uh, C' .) ; u T ta :: 8gotetIa 5 19* t ; the 110st ! il( I b rt -r --f. FMMME JHM,~, ~In Is : IA " r :95D f Th, girl was beautiful, she was .hweet and (on:man!y, and when he lo eked into her eyes there was no fu aur:, nor lpa - nor world around. Two w e1:s went by, and he knew and ac knowledged that he was in love; an :,ther week, and he was ready to un dIrtlake anything, to sacrifice any h11ing, to win her. That was the way he felt one even ing as h:e sat by their canipalire, gaz ing dreamily at the flames which cir cl,,le and flared about the blackening logs. They had just returned from the little muintain cabin. At length he turned. "I thought at first, Jim." he said wx ith a side glance at his guide, "that maybe there might he something be - wcc...

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 June 1905

TI *1 LUInTED S DRUGGISTS :.fffo. ÷÷ ff÷÷4. ÷÷.4 44' f 4f'44 Inuit em·~ i'acitll c Titu' Card.tl EXAST [BOUND. due;j .:4. a. m. u. 1 due ............. ... 12':(J a. in. (S'1 n OU 1). ;0 5(u( ........ ti:4i P. ··· ··n" So. ce ~ a night trains. Phone 34 fr fur Jtthel' 1nfoiuatiOfl. .1. F'. TruIIBs. geent. Sood Pure Cents Per MILK Quart Deliverel anywhere in Welsh. Early delivery. Bottles clean and sweet be fore milk is put in them. 'Phone iS. ....... - .-~- --- WELSH DAIRY 5. BENOIT, Manager miar E. C. Cotfin, of Jennings was in less. Welsh Tuesday. Among Chas. P. Martin was a Lake Charl- base ball es business visitor Tuesday. Sunday 1 H. E. Wesson was a Lake Charles Buggs, I business visitor Saturday. A. Toup H. B. Walling, of Jennings, was a J. R. business visitor to the city, Monday. ket for g For Sale.-Canaries and white rab- H. E. bits. E. E. KIMBALL,Welsh. visitor Mrs. P. W. Daniels, of Bell City, He rep( spent Saturday in Jennings with her Crowley parents. Hides bought at J. ...

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 June 1905

PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., a {; LOUISIANA. EV NTS OF EVERYWHERE. The President left Washington Fri .y to pay a visit to friends in Vir- 1 A' mad dog scare in Waco proved to the. result of poisoned dogs-pois ted none seems able to say how. The (late of the Fitzsimnions-S(hreck a ;ht to take place at Salt Lake City, 3 Ls been changed from July 4 to July d 1905. C The new Central track on the Dallas- t ,nisopn division was comlpleted Satur- c ---'ki:ag the heavy steel line com SDenison to Houston. - 5" /jtodle L. Duke has announced C e has started-a war on the to- p nast. that will end only in the o fli of that organization. Y. rirlfn, a druggist, was shot t1 tykiilled, and Sid Griffitn g ~..adflded it McGee, I. T.. Friday. I1I rr'Is, a physician, has been to cad ii "ai.l Ii it '' Chieana cabinet has resigned ac- c oldl , o. a ' erald dispatch from S' ciptp S .- Th! cause Is said to have . 'n" s°9f ;tlflthg Incident, nature of C b is 4tl stat d.h ftrr H. JeiP.il, an American min- 4 ' ope...

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. — 16 June 1905

His Health Was Wrecked 'Pe.runa Gave New Life. ;. ·. : .::.... .. .. HON. JOHN TIGHE. Assemblyman Tighe's letter should be read by every brain worker leading a strenuous life. lion. John Tighe, No. 98 IRemsen St., C('ohoes, N. Y., Member of Assembly from the Fourth district, Albany county, N. Y., writes as follows: "' Peruna has my hearty indorsement as a restorative tonic of superior merit. At times when I have been completely broken down from excess of work, so that my faculties seemed actually at a standstill, Peruna has acted as a heal ing restorer, starting the machinery of umind and body afresh with new life and energy. "I recommend it to man tired in mind and body as a to,.,e superior to anything I know of and \:All worthy serious consideration. "-J. T'ighe. Excess of work so common in our country causes impaired nerves, leading to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness a disease that is responsible for half of all nervous troubles. Peruna cures this trouble because it enres catar...

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. — 16 June 1905

t LeOiJU nI LOUISI""" so nauseating t failed01 SJOUR NAd oritication of this soiled u a making money was an act of a •lt a. re T, hIj p y l," L IDAY the dec iie failure it , nhs - re nttit the "e "" - iA-sn T scrnton newspapers T h e 01 c o u1 P k n Y -0 ,4 t P A human decency at th -fl. h ear in Advs ance- romisig to print the names o ea r attend the performance crti . eL o I SIat 1na as Secuond couriage and odeter inati r w " 4 - d r cown the infam y, and we a ai l lIatr. selves tiat there are depths of ,-t vewhich tue show avonagers heo g nebfrom the n A noeric l c I' noloG DTHING FQi ns d ne d t. ,n o rM O ht i nO t e c e e ,O D ee !I Oha:cu m- s on ae o hio s G Terofi t cof issyor oo tn al''s or C NG n ls o n divisirps.'a I ice m en s t o.  t, rTE' i Lfav ro " thee--"h ' pool \beith ii ch favol . I enls'ta week. Mr. l. . V lahi said1 in t .e-- N e. o re. t o. for the rice idustry Iroltps' o dI e c eo e J nd e . inY.t-/- into is M l s h t anv' t a hneC y Shas r$ c :; .ha g...

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. — 16 June 1905

HIDDEN PUZZLE PICTURE. I} and Witty will wound you if they hit you. Find Witty. UICK WILL PAY DEATH PENALTY. of Criminal Appeals Refused to Grant a New Trial---Only Chance Is Pardon. 'ork, June wl.--The court oi; yesterday denied th' m:ýiu; oi ' iwyers of Albert T. Pa.^ri lI" •w trial. He must pay the ilty of the law for the mur-! William Marsh Rice in thiL , September 23:, 1900. at4_ of his electrocution will by the court of appeals. Het ivicted on the 7th of Ap;i.; murder in the first degree,' been in the death house at,; ig for more than tir.._ e'-a, aexception of a trip tU A! _en his appeal was being ar t is ti:hi: ithai the aenin of rt of app.als practically de 's Patr:ck's fate, as the:c i.t' kelihood that Governor H-ig 11 interfere. The decision is a by a divided court. Four affirming the opinion and lssenting. After an .exhaustive of the e;ldenc, al- of wh,:.h ito point conclusively to Pat nit, Judge Gray continues: re was no hasty trial and co:1 \iit ion. It can not fairly...

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. — 16 June 1905

ii tI \ li I IlU I MADAME OFFERS YOU $6,000..oo IN PRIZES MAI)AME is a mra.azine for won:un: ho think and is the only magazine in the world endorsed by OVER THREE MILLION WOMEN. being adopted as the Official rgi:.tn i the Natial Cu ;:i ? .;a, It is full of bright stories, clever articles on art, music, literature, with beautiful pictures gaiore. e TEST OF STILL. This is pit a lottery, guessing or estimating contest. It is absolulely ? test of skill. There is no trick or deception about this. whatsoever. "i The datly ::r.w t lible to the niaketl eye antd can he counted. If you can count the dots correctly and give a gud plan of countung them you *e should uin. Your chance of winning is as good as any one'S. " 500 "' "... . . ** ".O: . *...** * ** .." Moneymst co a n o0eO IF 49 aeOl·oO °"" 0 0 ; :.e :.:·::: . . . .o**..... . .- *. : . ....al s sr it.:. "" """e eRED"'o" ".e " e0"" . ". ".. "" ".* given to 0 " ir 01 te trt t r A it y ave t 1st "" " l whl h t sn T fee " ""O e SEN 5iN4 *...

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. — 23 June 1905

SI. WELSH, CALCASIEU RIH, AN, JUNE 2, 1905. NUMBER WI. WELSH, CALCASIEU ,LDISH, LOUISIAA, JUN E 23, N905.UMBER l Shoes ! Now you know what a Douglas Shoe is. fyou don't know, we will tell you. It the Est shoe on the market and we can guran SIt to our customers. . 5. .ýERSON, WELSH, J. 5. GEiRSON LOUISIANA. Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Cis terns and Tanks of all kinds Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. i Call and see us opposite Cooper's Drugstore. , LABIT LUMBER CO., WELSH, LOUISIANA. OelIITfED SUICIlDE.. J lston, of Lake Arthur, TW1lP Not Be Arrested. aJennings Times-Record of last iIs says: Just as a constable Ikls act of serving a warrant on k.JOyDton, of Lake Arthur Satur jItcharging him with criminal Uiila the result of a complaint h Rev. E. W. McLendon. the ilcommited suicide. IcIradon came to Jennings 15 evening and swore out a before Judge E. S. Hemp ,aitlug that on or about June aid W. J. Joy)nton did fel make an assault upon Hol on, eight years of age, of E. W...

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. — 23 June 1905

"Yes" Churches School Houses and Homes ought to he decorated and made beautiful and healthful by using A Rock Cement iftiand Doe not rub or cale. De:,tr ys disease germs and vernin. N, washing of wallsafteronce ap plied. Any one can brush it on-mix with cold water. Plain tinting an whitening, and the most elaborate relief,-stencil work and frescoing may be done with it. Other finishes (bearing fanciful names and mi(trd with hot water) do not have the cemontingproperty of Alabastino. They are stuck on with glue or other animal mr.trcr, which rots, tfeedl:lg disease germs, rubbing, scaling and spoiling cralls, clothing, etc. Such tiishes mnust Io washed off every year-cost ly filthy work. Buy Alabastine only in five-pound packages, properly labeled. Tint card, pretty wall and ceiling design, "dints on Decorating, and our artists' ser vices In making color plans, free. ALABASTINE COMPAN Y, Orand Raplds, Mich., or 105 Water St., N. Y. Galvanized Iron Ventilated flues BLOW PIPE Fans and ...

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. — 23 June 1905

rvous Women r fferinge Are Usually v*to Uterine Disorder.s o yerhaP* Unsuspected p ll1 ,DICINE THAT CUFIES Can we di:,pute il the well - known li fact that American womelln are ner vous . Ilow often do we a ,hear the expres- m sion, '"I am so ner vous. it seems as if I should fly; " or, " Don't speak to I me." Littlethings n~ we annoy you and  a yo irritable; you can't sleep, si ;e unable to quietly and calmly a r your daily tasks or care for children. erelation of the nerves and gen- el e organs in women is so close nine.tenths of the nervous pros n, nervous debility, the blues, saess and nervous irritability h ,from some derangement of the n sign which makes her a woman. d of depression or restlessness and bilit". Spirits easily aff'ected. so .e miniute she laughs. the next te weeps. Pain in the ovaries and Ke the shoulders Loss of voice; rasdyspepsia. A tendency to cry eleastprovocation. All this points h enous prostration. Sthing will relieve this distressing v itionrad preven...

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. — 23 June 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHF:r ixEvr-V F ,IIDAY B1 WELSH PINTING COMPANY, LTD. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Eutr i at tlh" I ),stotlite at \\'i sh, Loýulisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, JLNE 23, 1905. - ___--- . - IChi "I)a,i" lfall got on the noon train the other day to buy a t,,ok and the conductor cannl along and told him b.e would hate to rut otl. "Daid" wanted to know why and S,ndi:ltor told him it was against the company's rules to re allo" a ,oow-catcher in a passenger coach. "yi Wt. are in receipt of a souvenir edition of the Lake RE Charles American which Is a "dandy." It is printed well, and tilled with interesting matter, with a number of pictures of the business and resident portion of that rapid building lit itl bV ity I the lake. Lake Charles has made more sub- va stantial improvements in three months than any city pr its size in the state. We congratulate the enterprising lii Awn,'rican on the appearance of this edition. The Ameni- an can is one of th...

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. — 23 June 1905

I6ARGAINS. Ifyou want bar s in Toilet Soaps : od other Toilet pre parations, go to Coop ers who have just : opened a fine assort :v+nt+ . + looer nrug Co. 0o + g..tern Pacifie Time Card. EAST BOUND. ... 8:42 a. m. dUe ..............11:51 a. m. ........ 11:1 a. m. iue ........ ..... 12:5 a. m. WEST BOUND. ..... 3:06 p. m idue ... 1........ 6:47 p. m. Idue..O * * ......o 4:29 a. m .os. . and 8 night trains. 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. Pure Cents Per HILK Quart iedanywhere in Welsh. Early . Bottle lesan and sweet be 0muilk is put in them. 'Phone Th. WELSH DAIRYi 5. BENOIT, Manager fie new hotel is assured at jis ladies have organized a arielegue. f, bought at J. R. Robicheaux. suvillle's new furniture factory is C as operation. w Bi and polish at Jones Bros. idtlis is preparing to install a w '`orks system. ale.--Canaries and white rab- h E. E. KIMBALL, Welsh. 1 rown watermelons have ap A bbeville. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, sand shock well boring. Armistead, a neg...

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