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illineryStock comes cr tl Boots and ShoesAt
eOur general line of merchandise will be kept tof
orimmer from Tennesee Groceries, etc., etc., call in and see us.
oom east of our store has,
nd it will be fixed up in"
two R M ee for igs
vatesJohn Oraig and her twoboys,alter
ing. weeks stay as the guests of W.
and ig and family, left Sunday for A recent Farmers' Bulletin issued by
e se Mass the United States Department of Agri
bus - culture contained the following valu- 1
:te are efty-six r ago there were able information concerning the value
rItr .b<eo A notea r 990 year there of rice meal as a feed for pigs:
Mat me In00 In the process of milling rice a nu
SM eae of `LakeCharles, ber of by-products are obtained includ
wm e gest of the Mie Lakre eaurl, ing polih,bran, nd hulls. Some tr
ha week. A mixture of rice polish rice bran,
t Huskey and RE H. Rusher went and rice flour is obtained at some of the
ni aturdy evening to visit rice mills and is called rice meal.
Sand see the "guser." They re- Athough there is no uniform way of
vf aSnda see nin.gus, r marketing this by-.produCt it is used to
lpad sunday even , considerable extent as feeding stuf.
tig hrd moter , Teea, is The South Carolina Experiment Sta
in Will Floyd, sof os enTeu, tion recently reported a test on the com
. ing her mother, n- s. d- ,M- of ad
is accompanied by her friend. M0, paative values of rice meal and corn
g' e Gibson of the same plae The rice meal used is described as the
enoit returned t eek total by-.product obtained in clening
mo dpo, T urss, where he l ied the rice grains for the market.
S aslooking tet it contained about the same amount
i te a tract of 1600 acres of protein, fat, and carbohydrates as
o and which he bought some time ago corn mea. ade with twol of
mrr Vsecm mended fThetest was made with two lots of
Vthe best b of the commeuntry forded three pigs eah about five months old at
tt on o ee of f
ybt e et. p s oi oy the begion fior of the trial, ni of the trial
omntly tried t stoode aon pefect . The grain was mixed with skim
at erfet tes in the ratio of 1:4, and the pigs were
4 him. given all they would eat of the mixture
ri und evening For thirty-one days lot one was fed
C Martin left o Sunday even o i
ifor frHouston and Galveston, Texas. the corn-meal ration anrid ot two the
was accompanied by his brotherrd- Tpce-mfal ration.
rd, of two days the rations were reversed.
:sines one. Considering the test as a whole the.
Woods, of Texas, owner of the averge daily gain per pig on rice meal
e r, of Texas,ownr . and skim and milk was 1.2 pounds; the cost
ant d4 r. Woods, 3.84 cents; and 2.48 costsactes
Pzwhich the Welsh Oil, Land and Doa oft an 2.4 f
lopme Co., insank a was in Welsh pounds of mealand 9.91 pounds of milk itgr ,aters
ar bringing in a gusher, was re required pe pound of gain. ines
ch iis week looking after his interests. On corn meal and skim milk the aver
i ti o aagee his intlerne s s daily gain per pig was 1.66 pounds;
Sed ha o d e attehe' o n. c apodr of gain, 4.63 cents; slcaste
in the Baou Chene section on Fr- th cost d required per pound of gain. Hieri
t last. he were hapeoned 2.57 pounds of meal and 10.28 pounds of
SMr. and Mrs. A. B. Bell and report inted out by the station, rice
.very delightful time. meal bad a feeding value equal to oroe
C. H. Rauch and wife. of Lake cgreater than that of corn mealn
Scame over Tuesday to see Hus been notied feeders that the use of
carestb r Co indl:C is a u' pret tording to the eprimenter it baa
'e & Coveadale concerning u r ie fattening hogs had a ten
attrs. M.at Reaur isal partere denn to Theaken the intestines of the
r e o Caorson t b gbut the test afi rds no data on t e
l one of the teamer, Roet o. ubjec as neither e lot of pigs was
fed oa rice meal for the rhole time.
S Davidson-Wesson Implement Co., Ltd., Some yas ago
o e smeal Sa t par o inii rice meal and corn
S their e salesmen reues meal a feed for pigs in a test made
hat they ship at once a Buffalo engine th to elkos othe istea
bl had been sold to parties in be covered our months n th
eurn Huskey & Coverdale the hustling reJal trial.
offce up in a way that makes it present as about four ounces per quart of skime o t he
an attractive and cozy app earanc ea Nicse milk.
matting has been put on the floor and The quantity was increased as the JA
. a fine $60 desk placed in the center of pigs gr e.w older.pr d
eThe a.'rage daily gain per head on
the room rice meal was 1.41 pounds and on corn
Ema1E We a'requested to a em of food eaten per poundon
cing shi of the .elsh phof gan were also practically the same
:E NT school at the scool hall Friday, tMay he i were asso the
a.twl 30. 1902, beginning at 8 o'clock
The program consists of dialogteshese tet the conclu was
Ssongs etc., interspersed ith selections drawna the e uf
an atit robyptie Cornet band. pe same valuefopg.
m by the Coret band. The average results of the two trials
o enitnedd showf that the coaefficients of digeetibility
i s fmatter, 74; pro
jthe n jury sold the privlege of tohectinge ee 62; fat, 91; and nitro n-free ex
SWehrLae afternoon Bert auction tract, 92 per cent.
A. the H. uehrt this aftrn napt . The average coefficientes for corn meal
Sat the s hole bidder and it was noked : Dry matter, 89.4; protein, 67.9;
was 92.1, and nitrogen-free exeract, 94.
down to hinm at $0 o' o csetLake Ca is ft .
American. pThe rcice meal is tsherefore apparently
H. . Wesson, of the Dvidson.esson slightly leas digestibl than corn meal,
Sbut in most respects it appears to be so
toImplement Co., Ltd., has just received nearly equal to corn meal in feeding
e andsomle pneumatic tire bugg value that it is worthy of attention in
ueHe requests the JOURNAL to thse regions where it may be easily ob
buggies in stock and anyone wish
to purchase one would do well to UNG ETErPRSE NEEDED.
a.. t their implement house. The legislature of Mississippi has been .t
. F. oson. president o the ot- asked to submit for adoption a contitu
in Oit Co.. at Jennings , afomp nie - tional ame.ndnient under which counties
hel Cman.agero theJones Develop may levy special taxes for the purpose
Sbrougt in the big gusher of raisin funds for the erection of cot
f the Southern people s were in Welsh ton mills. Commenting on this the
.sIg" ; Co., whe oulthtepn with W Behb- Knoxville Journal and Tribune wiiely Firw
i.oni, president of the Welsh Oil. Laud sah the people of issiasipp and . ;toýeo
lte ard Development Co., for the purpose r- Ift
e aksing foets e fiel s South want to give encoMississp ia Lt
at the Welsh oi field The Je is to levy a tax for the organizatic and
ae Development Co. people have heen ve ariy al n mt . n
He c es t eig havint maitete of industi mschoo i n
sucIebrough in theJe d pumping wells which the young men may be g-i n
and a fine t htor the Sthernthat will ive 'them e -
"bm and if they aegin operations in the . .. ...ent erprses s th S o h
i ta eterpe and seed like th
rb welsh eld, they will find oil if It i ploying is a rises as te South needs
S er, nd it Is generally conceded by ex would soon begin to respondv
be perts -t we have oil in abundance. abundant and a r io h ute
_ __on e e he "Give the young men of thei a
cn more and bet ter
and her young' en dreaming dreamis young men with the ingw, od t vth
"e hd a mci mltyt ni hard to. . Jour- soelves and in their capacity on o tht
i. push results, and we wi"l ha yI
befgoi in the u in abundane in
rm es.t oty and town in all
ngs and dream all e.....ladnent
- r o u g ht i n t t r f e e l s a l l i em- e a eO Sn .
, % l , is fes; e, nd see
The Globe Clothing House, north
side of Railroad Ave., always has a
Sfull stock of -
Men's, Boys' and
tot- Which are sold at the very lowest
om- prices. See our up to-date LINEN
ore SUITS. These suits are very, very
inhe comfortable in warm weather.
g Yours to Serve, ,
Uo S. BERKO WITZ, Proprietor.
id at WELSIf, LOUISIANA"
CALKINS, SPALDING & CO.,
enty- WELSH, LOUISIANA
A General Banking Business
id 2.48 Transacted. Exchange bought and sold. Money to lop on aproved scur
. .it .. n st te aid on time deposits .,- -Yo
,business respectfully solicited.
oand e o
use ocm.e o_ dr,o .aon Lanns ALy. to e w T o t
081t5 Nat'lBan, aLake gahn Hb Ea Na LIS, .Lakk Chros Ne Or.
Oatreane Land Co.
ie time. o
On reasonable terms, at from $5.00 to
of the and location. These lands are in solid
blocks and have not been culled. Some
o them arO under irrigation canals. Apply to b
at JAMES ELLIS, J. B. WATKINS,r
ea adate LLake Charles. La.
L oneadl on
eirll and ou nt bepee isuynde
usiorn el wasancs hor or.
teiufs had reees
Ir plr t
ligetibiity We have now on hand a full line of SCREE
r, 74; pro DOORS Of all size and kinds. Prices rsange from
;en-free.ea- -1.° up. Call and see them before buying.
corn meal We can also supply your wants for Refrigerators
otein, 67,.9; Ice Cream Freezers, Wt Coolers Hmmoc
e Croquet Sets. Fishig Tackle, Gasol ine Stoves and
apprent Gasoline. Free Delivery.
corn meal, t
be easily ob
on a constitur ,
ieh e purpose LEON C, IA VA NNE
ýcti o ll of cot
on t his the
ribue h is ely ire, Accident and Tornado Insurance
sippi and the NO. 727 RYAN STREET Long Distance Phone t o. 597
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