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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, November 12, 1909, Image 8

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Cheap ic e!
The J- --.- ----m 8
gThe JFNNNGS RICE iLILL has room for 15,000
bags oi storage rice, and can help you cut expenses
on your crop. 8
If You Store With Us 8
there will be no charge for storage when we buy. 8
If you sell to other buyers the storage charge will
be the usual warehouse rates. This is worth
considering when prices are so low. We will 8
also sell. 8
Cheap Feed!
B<AN, the Best ilade : : $16.00
Special price on Round Lots. We also have 8
plenty of POLISH and RICE flEAL. 8
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FEED I1, CASH.
THE JRNNINSRBICAe " IbN C.OMPANY, 8
8 Welsh, Lo'isiana, 8
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M 1 ht. L lf 1 )IUt, wh, has opened a Millinery Shop on the I
Signal ..,rner, has associatPýi with her Miss Agnes Chiasson. an ex- pla
pert mnilli,,e, of New (rlean,. They are now prepared to trim, re
mode-l or make anythine desired in the way of
L ADIES' AN D MI SSES' HATS da
A full line of ti, latest models of Hats on hand. spe
Call and see them at hoi
Thle 81gnal Corner 1
SEED ERICET 6
We have 3.000 bags of Pure. Short Straw en
Japain seed Rice, grown at Elton. No red, no el
long straw in same. Make your arrangements a
for seed rice while it lasts. Can be seen at0
Powel!'s Warehouse at any time, or sample BE
will be sent on request. bu
R. E. POWELL, " si,
8 ELTON, g : LOUISIANA. th
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Do You KNOW
that when you trade with h
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-The Retail Merchants of 8
LAKE CHARLES -
SYOUR FARE IS PAID
The Calcasieu National Bank
acting for the Retail Merchants, will refund your
fare up to [ cent of your cash purchases.
( y ink It O(ver! s
< ' rays t :d,e irt sake Charles"
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Towa Items. i
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Will Uhrine has rented the Pyatt tic
plantation for the year 1910. dig
Miss Bertha Spaulding left Tues
day for an extended stay in Oklahoma
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church,
spent a busy day Wednesday, at the
home of Mrs. J. H. Harmon.
Prof. L. Palmer Smith was a Lake C
Charles, visitor Saturday.
Samuel Cook is quite sick.
Rev Jno. Schmink attended the Y.
P. S. C. E. convention at Kinder, this
week.
Rev. Hervey, 'district superintend
ent of the M. E. Church, held quart
erly conference at Iowa, Saturday
and a beautiful and impressive com
munion service Sunday.
A farewell party in honor of Miss
Bertha Spaulding, was held at the
home of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Har
is, Monday evening.
Verne Stuttsman has accepted a po
sition in the store of F. C. Baker &
Son. He will move his family into
the D. R. Read property.
- School Notes.
Dr. S. E. Weber, state inspector of
high schools, spent last Friday morn
ing inspecting the high school work
here. It is Dr. Weber's intention to
visit the school again.
Mr. Hamilton of Lake Charles,
assistant superintendent of Calcasieu
parish, visited the school here last
8 Friday,
The Blanchard Literary Society
rendered a well prepared program
last Friday afternoon. One interest
ing number was a talk on "The Econ
omy of Education," by Mr, Hamilton.
8 The entire faculty attended the
monthly teachers' meeting, held at
Jennings last Saturday.
The Teachers require a written ex
cuse for every tardiness and absence
and it is their desire that the patrons
co-operate with them in this matter.
There seems to be some misappre
hension on the part of some of the pa
trons in regard to music and drawing I
h hin; taught in the school. It is a
rquirement of the state board of edu
caLtion, and unles, pul,):. make the
required grafd es in these subjects,
~ Ithey will be retained in the same
Low Price of Itce Ihm't Worry
Tlis Farmer.
Mr. Al. l'"rne, living ea, Wod
lawn, was I a1n~,acting Itln iin('in il t
Welsh \Wedi-,.'. While \ir. ..I ge
raised forty-ti y acres of ric'e. he is
not loosinl an\ Tleel, aboti tIh' price
of that erlcl.a li. sides his 'ic, Mr.
F'ruge hast 1\ wo acres of sweet p tatoes
that will iin, him in the netighbor
hood of $10P0).00. He raised 22' bar- t
rels of corn on 11 acres, which will
bring him $22500(. lie sold $225.00
wirtl of watermnelons from 1 tacres,
he also has a "jatch" (if cane, that
will make hin in the neighborhood of
a hundred gallons of syrup. IHesitles
this he raisesplehnt' of garden "truck"
for the family, and keeps chickens,
hogs and a few cows, so that he al
ways has butter, eggs, chickens, and
iho meat for his family and a little
to sell. A few more diversifiers of
this sort will have a great tendency
as to help settle the financial problem
that is confronting a number of plant
ers at the present time.
Hills To Stop The Fiend.
The worst foe for 12 years of John
Deye, of Gladwin, Mich., was a run
ning ulcer. He paid doctors over
$400.00 without benefit. Then Buck
len's Arnica Salve killed the ulcer
and cured him. Cures Fever-Sores,
Boils, Felons, Eczema, Salt Rheum.
Infalliable for Piles, Burns Scalds,
Cuts, Corns. 25c at all druggists.
Wealth IIn Broom Straw.
The trade announcement that the
price of brooms has again gone up
should prove of interest in this sec
tion, where it is proved that broom **
corn can be raised. There is ample
opportunity, both for the raising of
broom corn and the making of brooms
here, and with corn selling at $200 a
ton profit will come to the farmer who L
raises a first-class article of corn
next year. Broom corn is the one
thing that has never been a fitting
substitute found for, and it is prob
able that there never will be, so that
there will be a market for broom corn
so long as people use brooms.
This is one of the agricultural pro- A
ducts that should receive more atten- SI
tion in this section, and will prove an
aid in the great problem of diversifi
cation that now confronts the farmer
of the gulf ,coast.--Beaumont Enter
prise.
Smashes All Records. "
As an all-round laxative tonic and 6
health-builder no other pills can com- a
pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They tone and regulate stomach,
liver and kidneys, purify the blood, a
strengthen the nerves; cure Constipa
t tion, Dyspepsia, Billiousness, Jaun
dice, Headache, Chills and Malaria. "
Try them. 25c at all druggists.
E. F. DOAN,
DEALER IN
Cisterns, Oil and Water
Tanks, Spouting, Stove
Pipe, Charcoal Smoke
stacks, Etc.
Manufacturer of Sheet and Gal
vanized Iron Ware.
Welsh, :: La.
e Put a motor on your bind- 1(
er. It saves half the mules,
. most of the cuss words and (
all the rice.
0 H. L. Meeks,
Welsh, La.
Agent for Calcasieu parish.
The Gray Motor Co.
" WE
, Can Save you
MONEY¥
h FEED BILL
Jones Brothers,
du.,dj Store "
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Some things you may
Swant and dont know
where to find
Kodak Albums Stamping" Ink
Scrap Albums Fountain Pell In k
Post Card Albums Linen Marking Ink
Photo Albums Blue, 1Green, \ inlet, Red
and lilaack Ikll
Tissue Paper Stamping Pads
Crepe Paper Typewriter Ribbon
Carbon Paper Paper Clips
Butter Paper Rubber Date Stamps
Shelf Paper Bubble Blowers
Paper Napkins Passepartout
Box Paper Baby Sets:--Comb, Brush
Pound Paper and Teething Ring
Journal Book Store,
Welsh, La.
J. D. KII1BALL,
Blacksmithing
AND
Horseshoeing.
All kinds of Repairing a Specialty.
Shop located on North Adams street.
Chas. Dautel,
Rroprietor
Livery - Feed Stables,
Rigs of All Kinds, with
or without drivers. : :
Give mrne a call
Welsh, La.
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