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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 4 August 1905

&ie xice gcit lnurnai WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., NELSH, LOUISIANA, EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. G;iE: go 7. V;, long a leadilin h'd,. le ;,ii, of Chi'ago, Idi d l d. \\v i f,.w _ . of M art fail. A fa:-m h.lnli n in tud Samu lima drop c.: d':t(i t ii'  Ii'r lay in hiris \' ,'aL it vwhll, tiiving to his lnDt, in 'all)la coulnty, ('hic(oashal 11a;ion. The work o! paving the principal tr(et's of 3.liLce is Ir ge'. -sing rapidly. T' ci:izens . splding aboult $ (,1 O,.je. in lh el i lrU11vi w'uts. (;GP-:al Lint.vitch confirms the re port that Japanls, d(csroy(rs lande'd a batti'llion ')f infan:try at ('astris flay July 2-. occunpiei, th, light house and hoisted their il;a. John Kana.ry, an old resident of Wynnewood(,l. 1. T., attemptetd an out rage on a l,-. - arohl girl, and on being jailedi :: at: tl, (d suicide by cutting his threat with a razor. A New Orleans man broke through the quarantine anld managed to reach Houston, was arrested and placed In a (et-ention camp. The state ...

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. — 4 August 1905

KILL MOSQUITOES BY ALL MEANS. Surgeon General of the United States Says That Is the Only Way to Stamp Out the Disease. the yelIow :, .- !' ,n lest n.ght, Surgeon G(tner:i. \ ';:::an , calred ihat it could flot . 0 ' " n . I lI nz (Ipr'sO ,d upon the P up  i: . Sut'hern stawes that the on..' -J",' V: :o Irvt'eLnt ' het spread of Y ,w fi' r is to sclctreen esery per-'r n ho htJ'i ie.,s any fov erfwhater, :''t inst thel mlOs quitosb by sn'Io 'hri1'nt ion of the 0tss andl by :: : p:hu, on all pools and waer· r,, (liac,'.' v.here th, germ.-onveyine 'I:,in : ,s might breed. "Generally s:,.a 'i:,, ' tI' t rrirory:' subject to yv.!a, fWer invsion is all aestates s,,1 ," .lasii and Dixon's he with tIi cxc 1::.n of C.lr Iln sountainols ,,al' and Uohir points where nlbl,)s(Initoes are not to b found." saidi hi. "lf there were somosquitos t'here won!ll Ihe, no yel low fever. £ll', tVIr'v 'onnitunity subject to the di.-sl s hollld at onle egin a warfare agannst mosquito,-s. This should le dbn...

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. — 4 August 1905

f + ie . 4 * 4 4 -n . + S+. 4 ; -++ 4 4' 4 4,f~fffOý4ýb04vA0fffaN® I ~: V t' i;!i!. a l . c'lyd~e Out,, i. It tt*' .2 . . 'e iS 'i-,v 121 i t t . Wx ~ tt' II Ii lar : i5 ( ite fae' i~d le "a ttt'l' iy. ir i Fxr. }i .' . I! .I ý l ' ~ ~ ' li :~ 1 I ( I , I I 1 Iirl f ,a li ti t i 1 ! iti I10 ' 11 ·! ·'~ . '·1-i : itj ýii i I ail 1111. ' I11 . iuat i un il Ii t tI' u +i+' it t ii i i t fi 1(0ii 2i. l l I I i ,, l'. \IU'1 t'l i l 1,. ! i l ii~ l' i I "+l 1a t~:: Qa:lt l '' i(' u"a ix'i ý)t~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '5 1 i;.!S ti_ t.' : .1 I ' t" HRIDER AGENTS WANTED No Boney Required until you receive and approve of your bicycle. n,. o Ten Days Free Trial Fin¶s ICoDater $10 to $24 with Coaster-Br Bakes and Punctureless Tires. \ d9 a7 61L 99."'6 $7dO to $12 ...... .. ..................7 o $ An v mAtk or "modcl you utrnt at one-third usual pri'e. Ch:oico of any standard tires and best Sequipment on all our lhicyc.s. Strouycgt guarantee. We k' Sf P ON APPIO VAL C. O. D. to any one vi':h'utr c" ;it det...

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. — 11 August 1905

VOLUME VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, A GT'ls 11, 1905. Nl i 1 -------~~~~~~----~~ . '..:,., ......... The Cyclone Sale Inaugurated Satuaday last is still going mer ily on and Bargains are being snapped up by good judges and economical buyers. To see the goods and Cyclone prices is convincing. Come and get a share of the great offerings. J. S. GERSON , ,WELSH, _____________ LOUISIANA. iKCLE SAM TAKES CHARGEu. IE STATE AND CITY HEALTH BOARD f' PETITION FOR FEDERAL CONTROL OF SITUATION. equest 31arine Hospital to Take Entire Chargel-President Recom mends that Request be Granted. Washington, -\u:. . President Roosevelt last ni"h1it forwarded to Burgeon General Wyman of the !'ub licHealth and Marine hospital service hitelegram from G;overnor Blanch rdofLouisiana, requesting that the United States government take control of the yellow fever situation, in New Orleans. The president directed the surgeon general to take every step in is power to meet the situation in New dleans an...

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. — 11 August 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURiNAL Pl'BLISHLE1) LVE :PIY F1kDAV :' B WELSHl P1RINTIN(G COMPIANY, LTI). A. M. JoNEs ......... Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIrICTOitS: .\. M. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy Beatty, F. 1). ('alkins, C. R. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the l'ostotice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1905. CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT. The entire stock of the Welsh Printing Company, Ltd., was sold August 3 to MIr. Albert M. Jones and has been transferred to him with the exception of a few shares held by his friends. Mr. Jones is now secretary-treasurer of the company and manager of the newspaper, printing and sta tionery business conducted by the Welsh Printing Com pany, Ltd. Mr. Jones has been connected with the Lake Charles American for the last live years. He will move here with his family at once, and identify himself as a citizen of Welsh, from whose people he trusts to merit continued patronage and prosperity for the l1ice Belt Journal, - TE...

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. — 11 August 1905

Bargains this week in es Brushes, tBrushes, Brushes and Brushes and  i Brooms. pgdfic Tilme Card. 1AST BOUND. .. ... 8:42 a. m. " . . .... ..11:51 a. m. ...... .12:59 a. m. S BOUND. .3:06 p. m ..... .... 6:47 p m. m 4.29 a. m jId 8 night trains. fur further information. J. F. TvBBS, Agent. Quart lphere in Welsh. Early Bottles clean and sweet be put in them. 'Phone TS. I DAIRY £ iNOIT, Manager hung out enough work to busy jor another century. . VanNess if you need girrigating wells. to show a respect for truth fidy disposed to him who is . Baker of Lake Arthur, sid stock well boring. ubeen re-elected President for six years, It is mpected that his running tbs shelf. plete line of 1Ham TBrown Shoes just at Martin Bros. o0Persia spent $1,000,000 ..k's vacation. He must staying at one of those hotels. are sick every year or of Bowel Complaint. fre cured by taking Dr. S BALM. -to give satisfaltton by (ob. Ltd. e all the leading for August. ceientist who has dis for red noses is the that...

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. — 11 August 1905

..At lý itivlre with you " + 4k (11 ll l() ' y 'fIeed for Harvest! to griit --, tid a ce1! Fee(! F ieedl! + hONES BROTHERS S FEE) STORE. - S +++*++,'D WAS SUDDEN.+ E .D WAS SUDDEN. i, ºFey r at Neiv rtlehns A slight 'i:n,<<,' in the imdnition o A e" i. i t sh lp ic flC'peller. 'wa lo lh d pas t4 t Cf ;tath a(' 12:.0 p. In., Win stduty. !1 'si toak ta i. k long Flell a f ask his''i: ! 1 haf' Ju -4 ad llHl'ted a t(lll' of . t..lan , i:lle ' int returned ti Newo S.its only] thretie laysi forie he ias !t., l bwith t ite fivter. ThuIllcC1 .h past 4 s,. years of l've and he ing stout .tiLla :pparently in good physical con (' i! to stald a long, apell of sick 1 his friends had hoped for his ,I ý"v ree (o ýwr \. Every thing possi tbr' t ir lt cool he donl for his relief v, tied, but without Sutcces. His at :1'1i is a gr(,t't loss to the um unllll ] it . mlnd to his many frienrls throuth- I out the SuTH i i' i2' ('t iicounIlrV. LAST OFFICIAL RECORD. 1rt" eases......................

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. — 18 August 1905

VOLFUME _e.tt ViLII. VI. WVELSH, CALCASIE[U PARIlI,";t, L,(OI'IAI A, A['( ST 18, 19U5. N-- II--.'M1. jOOO 0x00+00000000000o+ 00+ 00 0+++0000 000 000000000 0o0o000 0OO 00Xc rTHEE GREAT CYCLONE SALE! ; Will be continued Two Weeks longer and we will have a SPECIAL SALE for Saturday and Monda on Everything in the Store. If These Goods can be Bought for Less Money we will refund price of same. 8 Men's Suits 44. 00 ,, ,, ,, ,, 2.00 Ladies' Skirts 16.0 S ill go at$ 00 50 " o nf . .f.r  -, . .. Il~ladie: . lirtc; f r(,I.)(Ill). ...................... . ....... . , 14.00 . , . ..........00 Shoes w ae ful line of Ladies Iat which will lie sold at a 12.00 . , ,, ,, ......... . . . .... .... .. . 7.50 Tulane and G;erssni's Spc('ial, $3.50 and Low viure. 17.50 ,, 1250 $4.00 shAles" your choice at this Sale $2 So \11L ' l (, ,i ill 1)b sold it tii Sal f, 1 Boys' Suits Mens's Fine Pants hams. Lawn,, I',tr'ales and all washabhl gods. S5.00 Suit. will go t . . $2.50 "n , i,, oilunt of : 1,I'...

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. — 18 August 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUI81ANA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. C The Dallas Electric Light and Power Co. is adding about $500;0000 to the plant. "First bales" are rolling into Cen tral Texas towns at a rapid rate, and cotton prospects are brightening. The telegraphers on the Great Northern and the Northern Pacific a are out on a strike. Both the strikers and the railways claim to be gaining f the fight. Mrs. Mary 1B. Carlisle, wife of the In former Secretary of the Treasury, John G. Carlisle, died at her country home in West Islip, N. Y., after an illness of three weeks. The corn crop in Mills County is b now secure and is the heaviest ever It grown in the county. The yield will ti be heav3 and the acreage is in excess ti of any previous year. a M. V. Kellog, attorney and treasurer of Dr. Price Cereal Food Company, e headquarters at Chicago. fell from a C' chair dead at Alamogordo, N. M., at a hotel from heart disease. e tI A telegram has been received an nouncing the death at...

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. — 18 August 1905

ATLESHIP MISSOURI IS FASTEST IN AMERICAN NAVY ··.~~··'·' L. ·': j·:$·.~~: ·.;*.···· ·-·· ' Cli' ·''·i:;·: A:·(·,·· `·: 1.. ':· .·~ .::·,:·· :i ''" : t' "' '';'' :; i "' ',.· ~.: .~ ··· . · :1; ' i. (..i ·;c: )(~7:·.· ~i~~··· i 1 .Cr ;L b" j:i t j, . - ·~-~;~-:$·~·i·:.;··~ ~·· ~ ·X·I ·:- · .:d-:' . ~ A~,.· t":,-,· -· 'i .~, :·3. ·"-~- · .I':· :····' ':~i` '' "-6·I- ~i_ r; .:·.·: 1.'8. -·r.:-t··:6~ :·: I· ~. ?i.·: -··· ::;·;· ·: ~· ·) ·· ·r ? :·· ~~~~·d,:··i\,;'~'· ~:b·ql -··:~A:i~kjC 1.L`··:·'·: ` · ) ~·.·'' ;P; -.a:·~ r·······~::· ; . *·: i,: 5~ 3·i· ·C ....... .1. ~ :d''r~is ~6 x:· .. 'i· I· :,~·. ·1 .· ,·'::~Pi·:·:i:;~r R· ~··i jg.·~( ..:·· ·:· ~7~FI_' -' "· .. i' ~·: :i~~~ 'I LI' ik ~·: *r'K·- .)~ r :·j ii ;=" ~:·,' battleshiP Missouri, which de p1 other vessels of the North At Qifeet in a race from Newport to Pork, is one of the new ships of yiy, having been in commission 0ce the autumn of 19w'3. She is ship of the Ohio and the new and has a displacement of 12, IO The vessel is ...

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. — 18 August 1905

Te Days! GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE n_ Days! 2 a 01I G' WALLING'5 ! IBEGINING SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 4; WE WILL OFFER FOR TEN DAYS the greatest BARGAINS that have ever been offered in Welsh. The rest of our Summer goods Must be Sold, and in order to get rid of them we Swill put them on sale at less than HALF PRICE. You will find Wonderful Bargains in all S lines, and to make this sale Interesting to all, we will put in all our New Fall Goods which are now arriving, at SLAUGHTER PRICES. Everything in our store will be put on sale. 1During this sale you have the opportunity to buy New Fall Goods at prices that will be a great saving to you. All we ask is that you come and look at the goods and see our SLAUGHTER Prices, you will not let the sale pass without buying what you need. LOOK AT THESE PRICES Wash Goods Calicos! Calicos! Overalls Shoes! Shoes! All our 10 and 12c fancy .sT sai:m.:UVI A G LI uE;: o1 Best Union Made, sold at All our Oxfords and Sand Lawns, l)eautiful line of F'ALL STYL:S...

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. — 18 August 1905

~peiai Bargains tlis- weetk in I Clothe; I) huri shs, .1 flat IBru~lies,* -lair BI''"usli aiid Combs, ý'vil 1Brlbl1Cand Shaisk Boom. Cooper flru Co. +1 Sothern Pacifli Time Cardl. EAST IOUN!N. :4 a. Inm. -due .... ..11:51 a. in. due ............ ..12: a. /ue......... . . . l. a . . WEST BOUND. .3:4~i p. mi •due............·i' ' i 9 due ............ 3:4sa. In due . ....... I ........ ... 7os. and s Hi-ht: trains. Moe 34 for furthV!r .ii RnatlOn., J. F. Tl'mis. Agent ,I g Putre CenLs Per Quart ''td anwhere in W\ITlsh. Ear'}. f' Bottles clean and sweet be milkis put in them . 'Phone ý. ELSH DAIRY 5. BENOIT, Manager 1l. B. VanNes, if you need an or irrigating wells. riceGerson, a I'r''''crous u 'er of Sdlphur. spent Sunday 1hrie g with his brother..1. S. (;erson. E. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, luse and stock we: I b) ri n. complete line of Ham & Brown Shoes just ived at Martin Bros. .Perkins, of Lake Charles, has el letters front the hoards of of Acadia and Vermilion par approving the...

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. — 18 August 1905

City 250 Years Old 1 ý4.,ria Correspo' flcdU e.) Th" rlmndi of yoear. :a.s lbrtight to h the town of (roton, lass.. its t, 250t I anniversary. It has been ( the Ihone of many v. ell-bkno" n Massachuiisetas fanilies, and is still the albode of son:, of lt h!n!. The c town is ftll of history and ri mtanct ', as is the case of most of what \wl'rt once thi" old 'tr'itier'" owns of rtf ( growing sett lInent s oft hI' la y.ears of the sev~,' lteenit c(lltnn'y. The (._i:lits( rrflr' +" o the ;olwn on any nmap iS onl Ithat ini the' lv. W illiam Hllu, ard's Iioo!h ,n tli In dian trIo biles, puI lishil in l' l n in 1677, the first map crt in New Eng :lantl, anil neeCss:lrily ia cr',ie affair. There w(ere two Iel i!i'i< foriI the plantation of C(rotol i. ,t:e ih:dled Iby Deane Winthrop n,!d the' other by .ioitl. W ill an Mart ia. 'li'h' rant 'wa; made on May 2:, l.;. This [Dean W inthrolp v,::; ait ynel,-r c~- of ((Gov.\' ,Jiohn \Wilnthliropi . i ietllopldiliit to the fa.mily, tih town w...

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. — 18 August 1905

A WOMAN'S ORDEAL DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS sands Write to Mrs.Pinkham, Lynn, MIs., and Receive Valuable Advice paolutely Confidential and Free There cal: be no more terrible ordeal to drlicate. sensitive. refined woman than to be obliged to answer certain questions in regard to her private ills, even when those questions are asked by her family physician,, and many -ww Afrl TC illadren continue to suffer rather than submit toexaminations which so many physi cians propose in order to intelligently treat the disease: and this is the rea son why so many physicians fail to cure female disea"e. Thisis also the reason why thousands upon thousands of wonmen are corre sponding with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. To her they can confide every detail of their illness, and from her great knowledge, obtained from years of experience in treating female ills, Mrs. Pii:lkhamn can advise women more wisely ti.::1 the local physician. Read how Mr- Pinkham helped Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, c: Manning, fa. Sh...

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. — 18 August 1905

*4444444444444444444444446 f 4' Feed r Ha € ÷e " "c i :_-t 11 tX ;Feed! F,,,' e ,,,Feed! " "v 1 JONES BROTHERSdl 4 + 4 edr r Ii X ar(JII F *· 4 * 4; * 4! Feed! FEE!D STOR ! 4 4 IJONES BROTHERSI 4 4 *u * FLED S'(IOIE1 * *4444444444f~b+4+4~+444444 OFF.C "L FiPECTORY A'. It. Drew. I-.I ). 1t tlAy. t. I.c'!r1 1 4i~tri."t t',oi a t. 1. \V. t arki it. PA1'.%I{ I ICI'I'lA LS. Till. 'V. ltohn .r. .1. S. Iooiiir. Sh4 till I ·t". C. (I, u otiIl `~;IitlI'Lnnlt-IOnt ('roaur. a. Ihauiihtdt~ IIIi,'P a (,(5a~ji \V. iL. llou: Soar,! l arr 1). Ur I', r t '. ih in. Wlut1 , i\ 1r \ I ' , tiro ll) I Su!. A. 414 natic ll . TI I .. nrcrr t\ LrtlF r- I )r,1 P4 . S1 . Pt h I'44l·c~ JULY. iu·eti·~c~r f-\l Weeitt ig -. 1 .% I 14 1 \4VirI 114r. 11t -J, *,l .i~u v \\'m' l ute I'.1 ."I~r, Jr.l'i t t e JU '~ Ward 'ria o .Ic,)w At \arl hr1441 t-Jo M -eieris. \Vraurerl 1iht- .:, ti 4411 \\:ih~l 'i\ Joh (': 1 1 4. W'4ar't 1i.Atr Ii-- 4.1. '5 Ward Tlirity -(. 1.. Leltu. PAat Fu-.bltL. couristYAT. \atl nt(Iittrd-"...

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. — 25 August 1905

:IE I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, AUGI'UST  1905. NUMBE 1 Ihe Cyclone Sale The SPECIAL sale of Saturday and non lay was well patronized, which goes to show hat the people of Welsh appreciate the IREAT VALUES offered. We have a few more SUI1I1ER SUITS ,hich will be closed out at HALF PRICE. Ihis sale will close Saturday, August 26. ,. S. GERSON, LOUISIANA. LOUISIANA.00000000 NEW YORK ALARMED. ;iht uefugees From New Orleans 'I ~ ~eadlitl Over the Country* wYork, Aug. 19. That the yel ever blockade at New Orleans is a fdective, and that persons from t stricken city are spreading r aghout the country, many of them p ng to this city, was a declaration r etodky at the board of health t Ig, where steps are being taken I event the further entrance into t city, of persons from that city, todetect those who have so far red. formation that led the local health i srities to believe that the city is 1 boring refugees from New Orleans I received on Friday from Pitts g, where it was ...

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. — 25 August 1905

jl i t I c£t Nutur n WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. Li i-L' . . ,. .., . .. - =. . EVENTS OF EVERYWHERB. Coramnitte a are dilit cnl'. - c;.va =s Ing San Angelo ior flundt i .win; a fall carnival. The large gin of W. \W. Terry at Apache was burned, it is though: by in'endtlarits at a ioss of about $7,000, with $3,0o0 insurance. The foreign ,ffice delnies cale- orical ly andi officite lly the rt port that Count Lamsdorf, the f ,utiln minister, has r(esigne'- or ,attemlpted to r sign. An election will b held in Precinet No. 5 in Falls county on September 16 to determine whether or not intoxi cating beverages :,ihall be .:ld in that ;erritor:. The talk about the Chinese boycott of American manufacturers upon in vestigation seems to have made some headway at Canton, but ik hardly heard of elsewhere. A box factory capitalized at $25,000 is to he located at Fort Gibson, eight miles east of .Musklogee, I. T. Johnson, Holt &Co. of Carthage, Mo., are pro. moting the e...

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. — 25 August 1905

IE COUNTRY OF THE MASAI .fur ,..isn:t f it 'ast \l2':i a hai wt ight , re th eoon- han cen 3VU'lit l : .'.Injaro and j (011 Nva'.: "n . , !n  ei . The n 01 .lS, 4to 1 I" '.- x rtl r \ i oII rs, 111a, r, ,;2 iltl': i l) ttih il', xv\'i(l I Il ative ta:' a ! : iard sot cross ;e 13i colluntrl, 1nd no e 'exl)Ol ' er I e reckles-:" liough to cntter it. 1 ,wi of the Ia1t . ear has been 1)0 ignificant of the stullpendous 1 occurrinl itn Atrica than the mn the othlir lay announcing the Masai. the nmost famous Rea cal African 1)o)l1h,4s. will soon g on reselrvaionS !like the In ds of our c('t1nlry. The chiefs ing it people have divin their con- N ;hey have sig:1e l a treaty with tish in which are defined the ries of two !are reservations, ing the northern and the (other in lia ýthern part of dlasailand. They greed to remove to these re with their cattle, to be gov by two British auministrators nith their constaullary, are to re order and keelp ,out intruders. I ±s ne would have dreamed ...

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. — 25 August 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY WELSH PRINTINGI COMPANY, LTD. A. M. JoNES...........Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIR~:"olRs: A. M. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy Beatty, F'. D. Calkins, C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at tho I'ostottice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1905. The rapid detveloplment of the south, especially during the past ten years. is ably discussed by M. V. Richards, pe( land and industrial agent of the Southern Railway, in an an' article recently published in pamphlet form. cia He points out that the development of this section has cer not been a popular movement in that there have been no j great imasses attracted thereto, and that the south has de- cot ycloped, not b'caue of the theatre of action for the multi- fiel tude, but for the discerning few who have grasped the ol- in portunities that have presented themselves because of the is vast supply of Iaw material at hand on which to work. sta ITe fu...

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. — 25 August 1905

SIttla Bargains this week in Clothes Brushes, , gat Brushes, $2 Hair Brushes and Combs, t Shaving Brushes.nd ý hjbisk Brooms. Cooper Drug Co. j flkrn paflic Time Card. EAST BOUND. .. :42 a. m. ned.....*...:::...11:31 a. m. .......... .....12:59 a. m. gduC.... . . . WEST BOUND. ......... 3:06 p. m de . .... .... 6:4 p. m. ydue ...... ..... 4:29 a. m d 8 night trains. 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. S rCents Per SQuart d anywhere in Welsh. Early f,. Bottles clean and sweet be. ilk is put in them. 'Phone 78. WELSH DAIRY ., BENOIT, Manager Dl 4. Tanner spent Sunday with tr. ion the country. SM. B. VanNess it you need sty in or irrigating wells. m iR McBernie came in from his ar ppIltation north of town Tuesday hi iineess. m a. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, 1bnse and stock weal boring. hb . Fred Liscomb, living about N riles north of Welsh, was seen on cl mnets Tuesday. ei 'Acomplete line of Ham- 1 & Brown Shoes just t ved at Martin Bros. H. Fahey, the yellow fever pa- st...

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