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The Rice Belt Journal.
Published Every Friday by
Welsh Printing Company, Ltd.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Entered at t!e postoifice at Welsh. La.,as
eeond class matter.
FRIDAY, J UNE "1, 1912.
D. 1i. READ, EDITOR.
In this issue of the ,JOURNAL, we are
publishing the text of House llill No.
,5. introduced by 1Jr. 1'o well and en
acted into a ]aw, which played the
linal act in the tracedv whereby Cal
cIasieu ptrish, tile pride of her
citizens and the envy of small poli
tici 'as, was disin.mbeired. This is
the bill that created Jtefferson Davis
JlaLi.1i l Out of tIO soutlhi 't Ipor'tion of
(al&a,,ien. In the words of Caesar,
"th:e tie is cat'', "the lUubicon has
been crossed," a; idt all that rem ainas
is the setting in mn:tion of the ,,overn
mont of the new parish. The JOUInsA .0
has conscientiOul Y opposed divi.-ion
for a number of  \ears, believing' in
the pas' as we are still cms.traineid
to ielcieve, that the divisioi of tie
parish under ex l-tinf circutemnstances
wiil n.!t he an advittiage to the
masse., of the people. lHowever the
p:arish hits heel divided after sixteen
years of plersistent wartlfare, and n;w
that it is divided and the anti-dli.
visionists have been overeotlle by
superio)r forces, it is to he hoped that
there may not longer rem;ain a fee'iung
of bitterness, or a spirit of envy he
tween different sections of the new
parish. The sun still shine e as
brightly in Jefferson iDavis as it did
when we were a part of imperial Cal
casieu, Our tields are as fertile, the
golden gates of opportunity s!iil
swint~ open as widely and fortune is
knocking as persistently at our doorli
now as before the division was ac
complished. 'And in behalf of theo
cit lzens of XVelsh, which is reco,.mzedtl i
as the best, most ;rogressiv-e, and
wide-awake ,ity in the new parish of
Jefferson Davis, the JOURNALXuextoads
c' diial 'rectiags, and the toast, a
long pull and a strong pull to muake
Jefferson Davtis parish th!e cleane t.
best and r(ost pros perous parish in
the sta;t.
Choice Alfalfa Hay for
sale at Jones Bros
iake Old Clothes
I$ Look Like New
TIHAT'S WHAT I DO
I am fully equipped to Clean, Press and
Repair Clothini , either for Ladies or
Genltlemen, and guarantee prices right
$ iad work satisfactory.
Give Me a Trial
C. M. SKAGG S ICE CREA
U I ON EASY TERMS TO SUIT BUYER
O4 r 123 1-2 Acres of Good Farm Land.
This land lies close to the pumping
S ll:ent and water for irrigation purposes
can be had handilyv.., Barn and Ilouse
are on the land. Address
JOSEPH STERNBERG,
224 Clinton Street, New Orleans, La.
E. M... AUTOMOBILES Flanders
$1250 5 PASSENGER 8950
You know they are best for the money because they are made by
STUDEBAKER
C. F. SPALDING, Agt., LakeCharles.
9 L
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
,TTTTTTTTTTTTT~TTT ITT"TIT
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
E. F. GAYLE.
We are authorized to announce the
name of E. F. Gayle as a candidate
for District Attornev of the Sixteenth
Judicial 1)istrict of Louisiana, suh
ject to the action of the I)emicratic
voters of the District at the next
Judicial primary.
FOR SHERRIFF
SI:E[NEST L. PRATT
We are authioriized to tannolunce
the candidacv of Earnest L. P!'rt for
the olftce of Sheriff To JetTer-ioni Davis
parish subject to the democratic pri
mary.
Peck Town a Hustling Little Business
Center.
One of the recently developed sub
urhs to the Ibusiess center of Welsh,
is known as Peck Town, or Peckville,
being in :amcd in hoier of J. T. IP'eck,
who has advanced money to help
f]l;ICe at least a ip rtionll of the enter
prises of the place. P'eck 'LwnI) is
located about a block north of the
railroad track, and while called Peck
I Town, if it continues to thrive and in
crease in the future as it has in the
Past, it will scion be at least a Bushel
111Peck Town onel can Iultchase
anything in the grocery line fromn
liov I arblee, ,one of our well known
groce r men, who is a firm believer in
the old adage, that "you can't keep at
goid imani down."'
1The Carter's 'lT'ailo in' g :stablish
ineut is another ofi the flourishingl
enterprises of the place, where you'm
can have your cluthiug cleaned,
prei,sedC and, repaired, of a new suit
made to order, with the absolute
guarantee that you will be satisfied.
The lluckingham A'uto Garage is
located next door to Barbee's stoire
with our well known mechanical ctu
ious "Jess" Buc tingham in charge,
ready to serve the public at all times.
The Hotel Jacksou, locatei across I
the street from these establishments,
is in enarge of Mrs. Jackson, whos0e
boast is that no one can leave her
table hung;rv.
The Mason l)ress Making Parlor. r
in charge of 1lrs. (;has. .lason, where
many of the beautiful gowns for which
W\elsh ladies are noted. is also locat
edl hI.re. i i
The lcik(,rv that supplies VWelsh
with her lbread andl cakes, comap!ete's
the list of cecrville business ctie,- F
,rises at this writing, although juidg
in, the future by the past it will not
lhe long until others are added to the I
list. e
POVERTY NO BARRIER,
I Can Succeed!
the The one thing absolHtely necessary
ate to success is the rugged determination
tthat makes a fellow grit his teeth,
tic clinch his fist, and say "I can because
lxt I will!" Your place in the world de
pends not upon circumstances, but
- upon you. Whether or not you will
attain a high position in the work of
your choice; whether you will give
orders or only take them, whether
le your pay will be "wages" or"'salary"'
.- -all this depoends upon your determ.
is
ri- ination. First, last, and all the time,
he wins that turns a resolute face to
- the grim old world, and answers its
SS challenge with an untlinching "I can
succeed." Every man that wills it
can be a success.
b- The supply of "average" workmen t
h, is usually greater than the demand.
e, That is whyi the unskilled live so often
k, in dread of idleness, with its specters
i of humnilatin and discouragement.
r- If you are satisfied mnerely to hang on
is to a job, you won't hang on to it
Ie 1ong. The market for untrained lielp r
:k Fows aI'aro,'Cer with every inivention
i- of a labor saving machine, and with i
le every ''examination'' saafeguard
el adopted by states or employers. The 1
demannd of today is for trained anen-
ie men qualified to answer sati sfactorily c
in the world's unavoidable ''What (.,an
'n You Do?" Every busy business office
in demands the keeping of books, rapid
a and correct lieuring,, writing of a neat
business hand, the lilinug in of con- a
I- tracts and other legal dicutitsents,
'g shorthand and typewritinig, or. the
i oplerating of a telegraph key. Young
1, man, young womllla, can you do these a
it things for wtiich the business world f
o otTers to pay handsomelv? If you can't
write for catalog of the Tyler, Texas, a
is America's largest school of business
'e training; the school that contains
r- mare modern office equipnment than a
, any other in the state: the school that
. !ositively places every graduate of *
s bookkeeping and shorthand or teleg.j
raplhv within ten days after their *
3 courses are finished. Say to your.self,
r "' can succeed, I will succeed," and a
write for catalog today, asking for W
credit plan if necessary. State con
e lidentially your finia:cial condition, a
and the course you are interested in.
Mlake the start. DO 1T NOW.
Flag Day Appropriately Observed in
Welsh. ON
4 Fla Fl )ay, rl-ich is Lccoaminag, and
certainly shoulid become a national
.holiday universallv observed in this 4
oluntryv, was allprolpria ltely observed
in WeVlh, Fridav. Prtactic:lly every i-J
insiness house in town displayed the
\' ational Co'or!s in some form' or
'Ae,', flags ad hunting beinag laI,,rgel v
Slle iVpce tlrough tlie ttrwn. The
siri t of patriaitis.m evidenced by thie
ple(iple of \e elsin i thiis alapropri atel yV
rc'ognizing the niational colors is to
bie iheartitly comminended.
ENDS IUNT FOR RiH GIRL
Oft!en the hunt for . rich wife ends
wh(l. the man mnets a womnlan that
uses Electric bitters. tIer stron .
noerves tell in a bright brain and even
temiper. Her l)each ll(ooln comnllexion
aiind rahy lips resIult from her I)Ure
blood; her bricht e3 es from r'estful
sleel): her elastic step from firm 
free muscles, all telling of the health
and strength Electric Bitters give a
woman, and the freedom from indi. _
eestiot, backache, headache, fainting
and dizzy spells they promote. Every.
where they are woman's favorite
remedy. If weak or ailing try them' -
50c at all drugrists.
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Business College
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"The SCHOOL BY THE SEA"
A high-class, richly endowed business institution of
ferin~coursac in Bookkeeping, Banking, Actual Busi
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- Wo assist worthy graduates
POSITIONS to securo paying positions.
$100,000. College and Dormitory Buildings, Thorough
Courses, Experienced Instru:tors, Moderate Ex.
penses. For elegant free catalogue and special infor
mation address, J. M. LATHAM Supt.
PHONE
a Model Goce
-iUN- PRE.INVENTORY SALE
SJUNE 15 TO JUL
n,. Don't wait until the last minute to get your supply. 'lhese p
t ý. for goods in stock and we will no doubt be out of many of thesea
t before 30 days. Whly leave your money in the bank, not inakingy
cent, when you can make it earn you 10 to 20 per cent.
ien
Sbs Standard Fine
S Giranulated Sugar
eit Cottolene- l pall .......$1.30 Blak Eyed 's
on 4 lb pail .........15lbf.......551r..
t Prices on Cottolene after this sale Lima Beas.........
,e I ,- will be $1.50 and 65c. 12 lbs fo...........
- Sinon Pure Lard- 1' Fny Japan ice-
, 10 lb reg price $1.75 now..$1.50 22 lbs for...................
ce 5 b " " 90 .9075 Ionduras Li' ien Ie
ti C Snow 1)Drift Lard-- 28 lbs .. r......... .
10 lb pail.....................$1.20 Fan1cy ('11 (orl,\a
ts, 5 lb ' ................... 60 Pea Berry Coftee 4' 1hs.3..
, Pure Country Syrup- Fancy Washed lic
Per gllon ................... ..........45 5 lbs for........ . .
Velva Breakfast Syrup- Good Honest Rio
i, Per gallon...............................65 6 lbs for. ...
,5a- Per A- gallon.......................35 Grandma's W ashing Powder
" ---- Pure Strained Honey- 7 packages for.......
SPer lb........ ...... 12.e Gold D)ust-
of Pure Sorghum Syrup- 7 packages for.......
25c can..............................15 Salad Dre..ssing-.....
Van Camp Hominy-- 50c ottle for..............
, 3 lb can 3 for....................225e 25e bottle for...................
0- Van Camp Pork and Beans-- Heinz Mustard Dressing
l, 10e cans 3 for .............. ... 5 25c t ttle fo... ....
OIL- 15c cans 2 for...... ..25¢ Heinz Malt Vinegar
Early June Peas- 35c bottle for.............
in 2 lb cans 2 for ....25e Heinz Sweet P:ok 1e
Pie Aipples-- f
Pie Apples-& 30e bottle for................
' lb can ......................... 0 Heinz Onion Pickles
, Pie Peaches- 30c bottle for...................
' 3 lb can .............. ... P ,,r Sauce---,
Htoney Comb Tripe - i (ottl fo
' 3 lb can................ ..1'..... ou n kles
,Califori Yellow Free Peaches- 8.25 ottle for.o.........
2 1-2 lb can........................ 35 bottle fo"r.........
Hleinz Pure Firuit- Mix 30c botile for .........
(I t stone jars 60c now ......... arasehino Cherries
NSorwegian Sardines in Pure 75 bottle for....................
Olive Oil 15e, now...... .........ge 's Grape Juice -
Imported Tomato Sauce- 5()c bottle for ..................
7 cans ....l..... ........... .......5e¢ ' c 1,ottle for...................
Navy IBeans-- Chipped Dried Beef
S 17 lbs for......................$ 1 .00 3 tins for..........................
o Williams Bros. Apple Jelly IlambIurger Steak with onionS
2 , glasses for.......................5 2 cans..................
- K. C. Baking Powder Libby's Boneless Chicken
25 iz ................... . 2.. . 35c cans..... ...................
SGood Luck Baking Powder Swift's \Vhite Laundry Soap
S 3 5c cans for......... .. . |10¢ 7 bars.... ................
SBordens Eagle Brand Millk Lenox Soap
Per can.. .......... . 15 7 bars ................ .. ..,
Libby's Condensed Milk Double Dibped . athes
" 3 cans for...............2... ...-..~¢2 5 12 boxes.......... .
DAVIS MILLING CO'S.
GOLDEN SHEAF
Brand of High Grade Flour
SMade from Choice Winter Wheat and guaranteed to be the best Flou
Ssold in Welsh. We have another car to arrive July 1st and must
room. What Flour we have on hand will be sold at
.24 lb sack............................. $ .85 96 lbs 1-2 ,arrcl.......... .......
48 lb sack......... ....... $185 192 lbs i larrel.................. -
We will guarantee every article sold during the sale to be
k.E Fresh and Pure, and to give you 16 ounces to every pound.
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