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Tie Rice Belt Journal.
Plished Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. "' .E OI4llStR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. EI:reretl at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as FIDAy, y matter. 190 FRIDAY, MARCHI 16, 1906i To insure publication all copy should be in our office by Wednesday noon. D. R. READ, EDITOR. Alice Roosevelt's Wedding. Yva: something to be recorded in the aruals of history. Herbine has been a. knowlediged the greatest of liver rr Jlators. A positive cure for liil I, headaches,. Constipation, Chills ,iid fever, anil all liver complaints. C. Smith, Little lIock, Ark. writes: iHerline is the greatest liver medi (iiu. knowni. have used it fir years. "s tie woirk."'' Suld by Billou just received, a com plete line of new Spring Style 1ats at Paul W. Daniels. :*****e **...........e... * CONSULTING ACCOINTANT. COLLECTIONS. 0 0 * f W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., e 6" SNOTARY PUBLIC. 0 * 0 Welsh, La. 5 * " See,y Welsh Lode so. ?'I: F. & A. M. * Sec y Welsh ;hapter, xo. 50, R. A. 3!. SRecorder Welsh Conmmnandr( No.10 K.T. * Clerk Welsh ('amp, No. 176, W. O.. . S(1. G. Grand Lodge, K. of H. SIRRIGATION. LAND SURVEYS. 6 9 A. E. PARENT W CI il Engineer1 WELSH, LOUISIANA. Magazines hn foilowtnut is thi' i1t of Mlara zines regularly on sl1e ;t the Journa ctlit': A l St ............."*...........1 A rc o y ........ ... ... ... ...... 10) A in-lees.... .................... American Iagaz ine.... ..1 Black (Cat................ ........... H's av . . 0 lCo( op('t.... . . (,10 )0!); I) ........................Ii . e'li.n..r....... ....... .........11 Dehne. · .. !I Ev-erybo y's ..... .. Fout" Track Now s .... . Grand ........ ......... .........1 Ladies Hom .lournkal... ..........1"e Lathe's ll'orld. ... . Lippincott. .. ....... ........... - I ec lurei s \,. ........ .............. l .etropoita ............... ..nthly Maazine............lc Nickel Margazine................ 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Prayer meeting Thursday -R. 'at 7:.0 p. in. Choir rehearsal every STuesday and Friday at S p. in1. .All our services begin promptly. Idiiig. Baptist Church Direerory. i rded in the WEEK DAY SERVICFS. sl e bas been t of liberen 1. Teachers' meeting, Tuesday. 7:30 0 p. m0 o 'e for lil- 2. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, s ion, Chills 7:30 p. m. dIi mniplaints. 3. Ladies' Auxillery every altern. gE rk. writes: ate Thursday at 3 p. in. iver mecdi- LORD'S DAY SERVICES. fir years. L Sunday school, 10:00 a. min h f Preaching, 11:00 a. m. by illou3. Jr. League, 3:30 p. in 4. B. Y. P. U., 7:00 p. m. we 5. Sermon. 8:00 p. In. ho S**m da coSprn- School Notes. an Springy 3l W. NMr * Acard Pusson is a new primary pu. Mor pil. for' - - Asa Verret has not been in school ane "" "" his week. the :coonS. t pas ECTons. Nocklet Lejune is a new pupil of gIal e room No. 2. ll Jr., The eighth grade are now taking Scomplosition writing. * Olay RIobicheaux is out of school f * helping his father this week. unal D Dora Uadeke is reported lbetter, but "By .1 . is not able to be in scool yet. SYit oK.T."Ge oW. . The seventh grade, of room No. 4 Get Shave begun the study of "Fvangeline." not 1 """""ary Nellie O'Connell has stopped school Texa and has gone to Massachusetts, where for 1 EYS. she will spend the summer. She will reliel VS. enter school there. neces mT The high school pupils have ordered Billo a portrait of George Washinuton to adoNi the walls of their room. It is The expected in a few days. Faug - ** - - load Roanoke News One 1 J. d M. Booze was in Welsh Wednes day. One _J' W. DeVilbiss has planted about ;acres . . 0 acres of ricee. ab about Jimn Johnson. who was hurt some Isays h tilme ago is able ito be outr again. live to Ioanoke is to have a new soda this yi fountain opened up Monday morning. tth E. O. Hemli'er has returnedi from tically laga- 1North I);akota where be has been for makes urnal I some time. Iabout iss E5 a Duilhe'. of Lake A rthui' there. ..10<· is visitin~ 1~ ;ian Mris. E. T. Bobin- I feed fo 100 son this week. most ou ..13c C. J. Comptou and wile. oft trovl'i product ..10e "ere visiting Mi'. and Mi's. 1. 13 c ..ecoipton last week. Full l I Highelst 1 1. F. I Inediman will no) ye to Jenni ngs 5 'cmlm a iThurda . \ e rlCret yety I'inuch to nwent t' '.te hi n ltd ye thim coiniun itv. S(lristia j ~The Cli \lts. 21la .lones is representing the Coi . Iebekah Laurel Lodge at Leesyille special r . this "eek. the purp "'amnine .1c Mr. Win. Mi. likan left Thmrial , The .Ic the 14th fi' lis hWime in Kansas City, arriTheie .1 ,. Missouri. 'lr as .1le The Ladies Aid Suciety amet Wednes- m i eeitt y al 'n at the horne of Mlrs. amountet .ldc iJarnes tr. l0c When it 10 Joseph Eac'h. of Manchester attend- in J'Jaln 100 ed church services at this place last iweek it w 100 Sunday evne in-. although few p~eopll S A birthday party "'as given Jiim that you 25e Storer last Friday eveta o l0c of his seven iirt 0 , In honor plenty, U 100 venteellmii'thdav. feel the 10 Mrs. M. A. \lcCoy, of Jeanines nations. 10<* and her son, 1 ev. C. C. McCo V, of inton, Visietle liev. B. C. McC'o and If you c faiily several days. feel mean, Mis lister's I~ Miss Ollie Neely is doing excellent monsth. B work in the Iowa school. Miss Neelv is no. 'en Ais" a teacher of progressiye ideas. Tea or S The school gai'den, un'ler her sup~er. Dr~ugr Co. 4 iinis insp~iring the pupils with ai 4 love for the cultivati(on of flowers and 4 vegetables. J5Mi. F. J 4i [m~pm'o~'em·· are going on in Touva. residents ct Ini. > l~e t t a o ts t 4 Dr Calertis P'epai'ing to build an Crowv~ley .\l to t tc drug store, and must few days ii iof tle iaterial is on the ground for will go to i io l il n;d 'rmodeling th ouse w pect toi mal o ted b llerpr<operty, recently l)ur- has been " aWimasm~d b~ A. J. F'indley. West, of th STI~.Y ELI--E' Ithe stock ol ~Th ~YF'L1 "'1o my place 2* mliles which conci Car~st ofI \\elsh, on the 2n d of FebruarY! lrietoi' PI billev ' years old, left bimd foot 'h. ' Ilays' mane and Fulline hfnetop. Suital i ewaid will be paidH for her reurn, or information leading Come angr; Per reeov'ery. Cmet Coml n Mrs. S. W. Mlarlir. ment compa Four newb an ofWelsh, La. ,r new~ bran ofe ~Virginia Chew. I >bdy U at time Welsh Meat Mar. Good four jcistern. En< cehes. Social Doings, CHI.-Dir. G. A pleasant social gathering was en y school at joyed by a number of the young people mY. P. S. Friday evening, at the home of M11r. Sat and Mrs. I. hI. Lawson, just south of town. Games were indulged in till CHURCH- a late hour. Refreshments were then Preaching served, making the evening one to be rue 3 p. m. remembered by all present. i. Preach- - Thursday Thursday M\rs. D. IH. Head entertained sever tsal every al (of the ladlies at her home on South p. . All Elrn street, Thursday afternoon of last week, at a Priscilla Tea. The ory. ladies brought their fancy work and s. stitched and chatt, d until live o'clock, asday. 7:30 when dainty refreshments consisting of tea, cake and sandwiches were ednesday, served. Those present were:-Mes. dames. Holing, Day, Flower, Kiplin. y3' altern. get, and Misses Winnie and Bert Lewis and Adams. S. m - - A number of out of town visitors were pleasantly entertained at the home of Miss Hattie Daniels Satur day evening. 'Those present being Mr. H. Carry and dlaughter Pearl, es and Mrs. John Foster, of Jennings: Mrs. P. G. White, of Cedar Rapids, nary pu. Iowa, Miss IHaeberle, of Mlanchester, lowa, Miss Lillian Steele, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Daniels, of n school the Hell City. The evening was passedl with music, conversation and )upil of gamnes and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. taking - Dlon't Complain. schbool If your chest pains and you are unable to sleep because of a cough, ter, but Bluy a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and you won't have any couch. . Get a bottle now and that cough will eline. not last long. A cure for all pulmon ary diseases. Mrs. .J-. Galveston. school Texas writes: "I can't say enough where for Ballard's Horehound Syrup. The he will relief it has given me is all that is necessary for me to say. Sold by Billon Bros. rilered " ton to - W. It is The Glidden Barb Wire is the best: Tes Faught Lumber Company has a car- dlay. load on hands. Bat, at thee One Farmer Will Plant Fifty Aeres Of Corn. The dunes- ing 111 One of our farmers, who was in town this w, a few days since, says he has several about 1acres of corn planted and will plant SUE about tifty acres more this year. He liihesi some says he gets, on an average of twenty- so five to thirty bushels per acre. While Mless this yield is small as cormpared to Waddt soda n that which northern planters secure, visitor nine yet the price for corn here being prac from tically double what it is in the nortc Ol n for makes the value of a corn 'rop here per L about the same in the long run as al off Eliu, Ithere. At any rate it furnishes a-ood >ltit- Ifeed for tetms at a time when they The i most need it, anld costs hut little t be in produce. lcft for . L. It wil - Full line of BugKys and Harness. flesh at Hizrhest grades and lowest pricres. lister's Calcs aase and 1eu. CalaieU Imple. Taken t btonint (otn pany. summer .Sold by Christian Entmdearotr Society Ilaises FOL *39.35 For Suffers III Jflpani grade The Cthristiani Eudeavor Society of ing the Congregational church helI a Ink fc ille special meeting Sunday evening, for al Offi the purpose of raising money for the ,Fatnine Stricken People of Japan. \'e de tp There was something like sixteen (1ol- contt'ibul ty, lars raised at the mueetting, vhich ad- tise with ded with that raised lby a sptecial co- head of es- mittee apltointed for that purpose, ellecttha rs. amounteul to about fourtyv dollars. bice by \X When it is remetnbetred that a dollar sertion. Id- in Jimpaun will sutiplort a family for a well as pr ,st week it will be seen thatthe work done, the paper althugh small, will save at least a you waiti few people from starvation. Rejoice in mind, 1(n that you not only live in a land of time. or plenty, but also in a land that can Ver3 feel the sympathetic throb for all s, nations. Laces, of 1 --·~and In If you cannot eat, sleel or work n feel mean, cross and ugly, take Hol- over L; lister's IRockv Mountain Tea this eries a :t month. A tonic for the sick. There 3 is no remieii!l equal to it. 35 cents, Beeler i. Tea or Tabalets. Sold* by Cooper - IMore, of Drug Co. rived M0on _ _ _ _tw o w eeks Mi-1. I'. J. West andl family, formuem'. another b ly of this place, but for some time tun to her - residents of 'I'hornwell, left here for I Crowley Motday. They will Slend a STRAYED t few d(ays in that city, i fter which they dersigned, will go to Tennessee wlher~e they ex- a yearling luect to tauke their home. Mr. West dark dun ci has been visiting his brother, H. M. able rewar West, of this city and looking after mation leai the stock of the old Welsh num'sery, of which concern he was formerly pro prietor. * - A Scotchn Full line of Buggys and Harness. house and r Highest grades and lowest prices, eaute. As Come and see us. calcasieu Imple- aked again ment comlpany. replyai. reply. Joulse To Rent, A good ct Good four room house, with good eldu un cistern. Enquire of Mrs. Jos Ladd. Browne. STATIONERS and PRINTERS PUBLISHERS of the RICE BELT JOLIRNAL PROPRIETORS OF THE JOURNAL BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE D. R. READ. Manager Welsh, La., March 16, 1906 Mr. Delinquent Subscriber: Dear Sir and Friend: The new manager of The Rice Belt Journal desires, and is endeavoring to make the Journ al one of the best local papers in the state. We are sparing neither time nor expense in giving you the information you want, in a read. able form. But we have discovered that it takes money to run a paper, and therefore make this as a personal appeal to you. Will you not kindly call and settle your subscription, or remit for the same by mail. The one to three dollars that you owe is not much for you to pay, but combined with those which your brother delinquents owe will amount to several hun dred dollars. Notice the PINK tag on Your paper -then square your account. Thanking you in advance, I remain Sincerely Yours, D. R. READ, Manager Rice Belt Journal. that is Sold by LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED. W. P. Russell went east Thursday. he best: Tessa Davis went to Jennings ThursJ s a car- day. Barbwire, both Uaker and Glidden, at the Morse Ilardwi.re Company. Aeres The Salvation Army boys are hold ing meetings at the Methodist church in town this week. several I plant SUPERIOI R Drills, best feed and S lighest draft. Sold by H. A. David L!.· He· owent While Messrs. F. R. Jaeanke and F. L. red to Waddall, of Jennings, were business ecuire., visitors in Welsh Thursday. r north Old Papers twentycents u here per hundred attheJourn ºn as al office. good Othey The two Morman Elders, who have tle to been in Welsh for the past ten days a left for [Rayne Thursday morning. t It will bring rich, redt blood, firm tI flesh and muscle. That's what Ilol- In miess. e lister's Iocky Mountain Tea will (do. Iplre. Taken this month, keeps you well all sullmner. 3: cents, 'Tea or Tablets.a Sold by Cooper D)rug Co. ai"ses; Fountain Pens of all" grades and Fountain Pen! D tv of o1 Ink for sale at the Journ-j ,for al Office r the ran te We desire to call attenitionto our pan. cnii dol. contributors and friends who adver- 1 ad- tise with us, to the statement at the I ad- head of the Editorial colu inn, to the` ose, elfect that all copy must be in the of ars. tice by Wednesday noon to insure in ilar section. This is for your benefit as r well as ours since it permits us to getI )r a Sthe paper out on time and not keep ta you waiting for it. Please bear this 0 ice in mind, and get your "'ad"' ready in oftime. can Very handsome line of all Laces, Embroidery Edgesl o and Insertions, also all i-k, [ol- over Laces and Embroid his eries at Paul W. Daniels. ere I its, I Beeler Mooire's sister. Miss Mary Der i vliore, of Greensburg, Kentucky, ar. rived Monday and will spend about twot weeks visiting her brother, afte which she will go to Lafayette to see - another brother. She expects to re- 1 Ile turn to her home in about three weeks. S or * STRAYED-fromr the farm of the un ey dersigned, on or about February 18, x. a yearling, high grade jersey bull, - st, dark dun color, small horns. A suit I. I able reward will be paid for infor. I Smation leading to recovery of same. U.. ' James Ellis. Blunt. f A Scotchman once took dinner at a , house and regarded the meal as inad equate. As he was leaving his host * asked him when he would dine with him again. "Now," was the startling reply. ________ A good cause needs not to be pa troned by passion, but can sustain It I melf upon a temperate dispute.- lVl Browne. One car load Best Flour in the country; U. S. Pat S- ent. Going at $1.25 per Ssack. Paul W. Daniels. Baker and Fenton, of the Hawk Eye ranch, are having two new irri gation wells put down. They will use the longitudinal sawed strainer, h handled by the Armstron Mauchine shops. The number of new wells be ling put down this spring indicates a very decided increase in the acreage of rice to be sown this year over that of any previous dear. A. B. Spotts, of New Orleans, rep resentinr the Emerson Pump Corn panv is in town this week looki, afl ter the interests of that eucmany'. He and Mlr. Armstrong denroustrated the water throwing power of that pump Monday, by pumping the water out of the pit of one of MIr. Hfeald's wells after the owner had had several pumps try in vain to get the water out so as to enable them to get at their sub- ft merged pump. F] ~1 T? !T? rllll~ll~l arll s t We have a Full Stock of eIZ Leather, "Lubber and Genuine I an yj E g, Lace Leather, a. Tools a X! YldsofSupplies. ret I is ERICAN DPW with the above Trade Mark. oF---Sold Only By The. Nil ile~sb Criagea Implefflet Co. ill Whhjvll ill ilkjjjillof311 Sflo~oracs fectod"4ac~inerj or I also Buy and Sell Scrap Iron, Old Brass and Copper, A. SONNIiR, WELSH, - - - - - - - - - LOUISIANA. c r, r Lime, Brick and cement constanj7 'kept on hand at Faught Lumber Co. r James O'Neil in "Monte Cristo" a Lake Charles, Louisiana, Sud, ~arch 18th. Speejal train, speclia Srate. FOR SALE -Mlaps of Calcasieu Par. 1sb. Size -f map 32x42.. Price 81.50 RICE BELT JOURlNAL Offlce. J. C. Spotts, the representative of the Emerson pump, and John Ara strong went to (rowtley Thursday in response to enquiries about the pump which they handle. Evervbody --' the SUPERIOR drill-" * ,,st fertilizer attach. .',Z. ,uld by H. A. Davidson. If taken this month keeps you well all summer. It makes the little ones eat, sleep and grow. A spring tonic for the whole family. Hollisters' flockv MoIuntain Tea. 3. cents, Tea or Tahlets. Sold by Cooper Drug Co. Fine California Strained Honey for sale at lic per pound. Call on H. M. West.