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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 15 September 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. i- . --j r. . . . . . EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. f l ,lnc a nd l : i are to join is the n:, ni 1 u. itht rie' n(w c(a1 it  vtllIe(ld 1t1d were ti'l ( , lc be ('nh' rncy hoslital. iEnva'n. cion ulrbza. forma l of E. S. Vidi,,iani :-i's ranch nh ar l" aredo .vas dr1wn(d whihle hashing in the river. It is - t Olu- d lie \\'as .l tiela d by A It riiile ~xllhoOnl has swept south (iof ItlIplong and the southern delta of the "ionquin coast is strewn with the recklage of junks. No Europeans are among the victims. The Brazilian government is offer ing a prize of $2.,000,000 for a tubercu losis cure. The medical profession in the republic is one the qui vive for relief from the deadly scourge. The d(lad body of an infant was found floating in the Grand River near Fort Gibson, I. T. a few days since. It was the body of a white child and had been dead for several days. A movement has been started'at Aus. tin toward erecting a large auditorium to be...

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. — 15 September 1905

A NEWS. SumCC L; While a large Ti: oan of $1O0,000I se. abOu from the state fis en devoted to the tg the yellow fever it. M te go'vernfr ha~i not lain the claimn ot other o to s in the state where this eared to a share of But ;h the State Board thin. Orleans a number i or $ ;hes in wlhich the fe- kind i have been given whi( in a as in the city, the teric s on the policy of like id as an auxiliary to E, is to tight the fever, chin principle of self-help that ed  with the fever B from its inception, ius far attained have larg ted the wisdom of ein T lal aid has been or is mot: lefferson parish, the mor the town of Patter- rant Lake Providence, and nes by the state, acting ner rnor and state Board mat r the governors in city of Alexanidria has rani ,tance. and the appli under consideration. i is and localities nam- The local contributions to it, ign fund, and in each rect pplemented these coi- his er towns and locali- eve s.tate aid should pre- met !ations with the show- the ;h indivi...

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. — 15 September 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHEDI) EVERY FIDAY BY WELSH PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. A. M. JONES...........Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIRECTORs: A. M. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy Ifratty. F. D. Calkins, C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the Postottice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 11)05. (m.__ m~ n i~u l  n u Ul |m mnlm , l . . . . . . .... n.. Lord Curzon of Kiddleston, Biritish viceroy of India since 19!4,, has resigned and has been succeeded by Lord Minto (Gilbert. John Murray Kynynmound Elliot, fourth etarl of .\linto.) American interest in the retiring viceroy is because of his wife, who was Miss Mary Leiter of Chi cago. daughter of Levi Z. Leiter, one of the multimillion airs of that city, who before his retirement was a partner of 'PottLer 'aimer and Marshall lheld. American interest in the new viceroy arises mainly from the fact that since Lord Kitchener is at the bottom of the ousting of Curzon, Lord Minto is persona grat...

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. — 15 September 1905

Our Specialty i eeflron and Wine iooper Drag Co. otetrn piacific Time Card. EAST HOUND. 6 due ... 8:42 a. m. do. due . .......... .11:1 a. m. o.1 due ............... ......i a. m . WEST BOUND. ,, 5due............... 3:. p. m e, . ... ........ 6:47 p. m. Sdue .... .... 4:29 a. m o. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. phone 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. eod Pure Cents Per MILK Quart jelivered anywhere in Welsh. Early vlivery. Bottles clean and sweet be 0e milk is put in them. 'Phone 78. WELSH DAIRY Dr. Melanson of Lake Arthur was SJennings Sunday. W. T. McAffery was in Lake Charles Mooday on business. c See M. B. VanNess it you need ilesian or irrigating wells. SeeE. E. Baker of Lake Arthur, fr house and stock we:l boring. We have all the leading I magazines for August. 1 R. E. Walling and family visited Iltrelativps at Jannings the first of the week. Mural Stewart returned home Satur by night from a week's visit with Mends at Jennings. Three McCormick second-hand bind ueatab...

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. — 15 September 1905

OBERT BACON OF NEW YORK P CHOSEN TO SUCCEED LOOMIS a a Robert Bacoa of New York. who succeeds I.oomis as assistant secre Lry of state, formerly was it memberof the firm of J. P. Morgan.& Co. e is a Harvard man and an athlete. N // b i~iI e is a ·airvardl wa~n andl an athlete. MOWN AS GCOD BUSINESS MAN.' GRE .w Ascistant Secrotary Junior Part- Havi ner of J. P. Morgan & Co. Robert Bacon of New York, an in- T11 nate friend of President Roosevelt of 1! id his classmate at Harvard, has area ,en appointed assistant secretary ot time ate to succeed Francis B. Loomis, Loui signed. time Mr. Bacon for many years had been paid i important factor of business life in poin ew York city, having been until endi ithin a year or so a junior partner bine i the banking house of J. P. Morgan whe Co. He will assume his duties in of a ie state department as soon as he nois in arrange his private affairs, which sas ,ill hbe some time in October. T1 Adelpt in High Finance. the Robert Bacon is recog...

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. — 15 September 1905

A FEW , ~ CUTTING REMARIKS ¶ ·' J The nrro-P c" a rawm isto cut. -r` It '."L' nltt ' ..t e sily', (lt eleanly, Am!( -W Al i11. every movemen 1 t. 1 , } It l~sSy.~its It ad is 'tl;\cl `I'I , recognized the 5(j1vemde ii; a (iet tor uod t.rct tiants, It t" O lns fraincd andi tough.· I f b ; ` a shar curtilinKdgo lcngt~r '!";t: a!; (tilher Saw. lti tlnda: nrp" r, T''rfettl3 tromu tuick to thin, fr. ice li:tile to till. Tiuts it c !c w, % r11 * V f r iself, runs easily and dlvs iv t T't1:la I's teinpor is perfIct. \ (IIti Cnlt Ti f crooked tbhri~t. AI r; iiCE Into S11-114i Without kinking. Ther A! tls ; v Cut-atui ddis it itestoffny. AC(i 1,1', " I t ' I. .1(1 :ileS of sates, 111 otly on( ;,(iii ' 11.e 1"c lt Atku i:ii - . (' rmi lniues, Perfcption Floor Scrallesd tI:".. lre- sold 3' all good hardware dialers. I .L:.~J ·1T'll riruest E. C. ATlUNS M. CO., Inc. L.' estzsw Miarutacturena in the World. Factory and Executive Otices, Indianapolis, Indiana. SSAN( n5; 5. ,.w York, Chicago, Minne...

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. — 15 September 1905

i i * * BhII IET i: IL-,t us figure with you on your Feed for Harvest! , We have no axe , * to grind -- just : Feed! Feed! Feed! SJONES BROTHERS * FEED STORE. i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY I) INTHICT OFFICIALS. SCongressman 7th Congressional District, A.. PI'ujo. Senator Tenth Senatorial:District. C. If. Drew. Judge 13th Judicial Distric:. E. D). Miller. District Attorney, L. H. Moss. Clerk Distrwit Court. J. W. Gardiner. PARISll OFFI('IALN. Representative C'alcasieu Paris]h. Jno. W. Rohrer. J. S. Toomer. Sheriff. D. J. Reid. Assessor and Rlegistrar. C. M. Richard. Coroner. W. L. Fisher. 3M. 1)D. School Board. Dr. D. 8. Perkins, President. Jno, McNeese, Sec'y and Supt. A. Rigmaiden, Treasurer. Ward One-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. M. Booze. Ward Three-'am lanfman. Ward Four-Dr, D. S. Perkins. Ward Hix-J. M3. Nichols. Ward Seven-W. RI. Hargrove. Ward Eight--Joseph Iobl erts. Ward Nine- F. Tebert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. Crielow. At Large-Jno. lMcNersa. Polce Jury. Presi lent, J. C. LeBlue. Secretary. J. W...

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. — 22 September 1905

VWe e ice t 22urtn9L VOLUME\ VI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, ILOUISIANA, sEI'TEMBER 22, 1905. NUMBER" 16;. ... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . We Have Just Received a fine assortment of Men and Y'ouths' up- - to-date Sl'ITS in all sizes (guaranted to fit and not fade), which, will be sold at a great reduction. Also " fine line of Stylish Tailor-,Made Pants and a complete assortment of $3.50 to$2,50 l)oug las shots. SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE J. S. GERSON, WELSHA _ LOUISIANA. ENLARGED SERVICE. Sothern Pacific is to IRun a Steamer to Cuba. Travel between New Orleans and Havana has grown to such proportions within the last few years it has been impossible to provide accommodations for all those who desired to take that trip, but at last this question has been solved. The Louthern Pacific has chartered from the Dominion Railway company that company's magnificent twin-screw steamship Prince Arthur, recently plying between New York and Yarmouth. This vessel will be placed in the New Orleans-Hav...

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. — 22 September 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, LOUISIANA. W..LSH,ý ",Ceu , r of using conscience as a 't::( ' .. dii t I'll.FLA Rulssia ldoes not pay a single kopekDC'Cl lunch less a single l kobhlshel. It is too late to try to establish a lqutran:tine against the Taggart trial. O-yamnr can to iacih home and work To at the irahe of I;ein a grand old timat. I .\aj. Ta ggart niust have been al- li It lmost a> pd-:-;llult to live with as a iad ton c dog. Afi lTh,, automohil. s have coiie in time situa 16 rl;;:l:e a d d le:l tter o(f 111he Mallthus .tate -- fair Ill;n ' i As lih,,!y n-, hot iThe System" is w to blaulme f1(or Ih liot,- t 11 1( .awson'si hl A ite-t on critic says "Autlin's This poells al I getting worstl . o''h n lthe alei' c-nd is not far off. Ltui ('arc Now the ll apant soldier boys canil go home and stanld a hound where theVi girls can ad lnire then n. -and After t i ric i-thl -hoat season is by over the thought it -was a-deer season C, will op en ill the northern woods. this...

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. — 22 September 1905

ENE OF RECENT DISASTROUS EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS IN ITALY 4 0Ae 1c: ~ m EARTHQUAKE IN CALABRIA. SLong Noted for Frequent and Dertructive Shocks. latest news r'a:triirg the earth in Ca'.bria t lt:ow, it to have more ciisastr'ou; tih:n wa-s at supposted. ! ;.!! it.ars to have led throu,:houtt all thlie three a provinces ~ 1,ich are tnow call that cane. Hardly a town or e but sufferel i t somet extcnt. A of equal i;cl.'nc e iif ,expe.rienced great city probablNy would cause tdestructiotn of ltfe and Iproperty. aria is mair.ly an agricultural re but loss of life sen ., n\everthe to have run far atlp into the hun i, nnd that of tlhe property to been on a proportionate scale. labria has long been a region of tent and destructive earthquakes. se year, 17S, there were 949 dis shocks. They conttinued to take throughout the last century as sg preceding ones, shocks in 1S35, .9, in 18710 and in 1881 devastat large sections andl causing thou Is of deaths. It might ihe thought a country in whichi lif...

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. — 22 September 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PIW'LISHEID) EIVEIY F1IDAY BY WELSH PRINT''ISNG COMPANY, LTI). A. M. .JO ES...........Sec.-Treas. and Manager. Dr::'c'rorus: A. M. Jones. J. W. Tanner, Guy Beatty. F. I). ('alkins. C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the I'ostotlice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1905. The recent .,c.urances have opened the way for a heavy increase of American trade with the Orient, which is not composed only of Manchuria and China, as discussion of the subject would lead the uninformed to believe. The re cent act of Itussia, taken without inducement held out by this country, in rendering the tariff charges on American importatios should mean much to the manufacturers of this country. There is an innmense empire lying betwe(n the I'ral no ,ntains and the Pacific ocean that is yet unde veloied, and which has a sparse population. The climate of this section is not inviting to be sure, but is particularly adopted to the ...

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. — 22 September 1905

Our Specialty j ,Iron and Winel r Drug Co. ., , ,O " e I Rf T'ime Card. EAST BOUND. ........ :42 a. m. d .ae . ............11:31 a. m. e.......... ... 12:59 a. m. ue............ WEST 9BO.D. .... 3:0i p. m ue .......... ... . fi:47 p. m. ue** .. 4:29 a. in S7 sad 8 night trtins. 34 for further information. J. F. TrUBBS, Aient. Cents, Per 0e Quert anywhere in Welsh. Early Bottles ciean and sweet be is put in them 'Phone :8. ELSI DAIRY S BENOIT. Manaer ,Wslling visited relatives in Sunday. ?.Rltssell, Jr. took the ,train ke Tuesday. . B. VanNess it you need or irrigating wells. pIsrtin was in Lake Charles yon business. Jim Wilson is spending this with Mrs. Albert Cooper. families moved into the onrth citown last week. Daniels was in Lake Charles hitrday on business. L E. Baker of Lake Arthur., and stock well boring. I. Yantis, of Rice, was in town iyofthis week, on business. iClark and W. T. Hutcheson lunday in Lake Charles. _. C. Clayton, of Lake Arthur, iWelab Monday. SW.W. Welsh...

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. — 22 September 1905

The Fool's Paradise « ;t, a foil who thioght hiimt'lif a PtUtiiii og i I morut tt td hi=in.-!. I h [j:; L ir In miu\ pla ath uld hrI grtheo' o AnTh eroia a1 h o a kirig in rttizlpe tal' Yet saddunted b; : ourI ctmnioit littlie Loitr, Ie trite ttý the s -tffTl- ! f- ol and gtad Vahu cantot l-ow nor -u --Ni. [. Kiser. t I n), [- S P------ ----( (Coprigi. 1;95, y 1-i ·y toryPub.Co. The rive(r was lickinig the piles of the old wharf in a care;sing sort of way, Ih1i sky '.as black' overhead, and oc'eionally a few big drops of rain fell out of the hcavenwatird murt:iness and p-:itterdi the planking of the wliha t ithe glow of a tew dim lights tlih,. wiere scatte(red along its edge. Don! w.t s :;taniing in the glow of one of hllvse liglits looking upi!in the river. li wsi:; thinking of a home in the c'ulntryi of a time five yea'rs ago. and of a girl with whom hie had had a lit tl( tiiin. lar:dlerista ing. l)uring the es traling eniiront, the girl had ma!rried an 01olhr gran and gone awa...

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. — 22 September 1905

zors Conquered Without Operations ed Success of Lydia E,. Piniham's :etable Compound in Cases of Mrs. Fox Miss Adams. ann) ,Fo ,i *m) annie Fox assLuella Adms the greatest triumphs of Lydia am's \'Vegetable Compound is quering of woman's dread rumor. led "wandering pains" may tm its eariy stages, or the pres langer may be made manifest siveimenstruation accompanied sual pain e.xtcnding from the do '-n the groin and thighs. that, vsterious pains, if there eation. f inflammation uleera displace .:,.nt, don't wait for confirm our fears and go i the horrors,)f a hospital opera cure Lydia E. P'inkhamn's Vege Dmpound right away and begin and write Mrs. P'inkham of Wass., for advice. these strong letters from grate nen who have been cured: s. Pinkham:- (First Letter.) ,oking over your book I -ee thatr your e cures Tumor of the I't rlu. I have a doctor and he tells me I have a tu .will be more than grateful if you pme, as I do so dread an operation.'' le D. Fox, 7 Chestnut St.,Bradford,P...

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. — 22 September 1905

Let us figure with you on your - I Feed for Harvest!, ++ \Ve have no axe " to grin(l - just Feed! Feed! Feed!. !JONES BROTHERS FEED STORE. * -_-4444t444444 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 1 I1N'I'(uI(' OFFICIALN. Cu.rkesttnn rth .('ogresional District. A. J. lujo. t ttor Tuth Senattorial ;District. C. 11. Dlrew. .lti e ri th Judicial District. E. I). 3hller. Coritret Attorney, Ir. II. rlo is. ('C.e rk Distrleict Court. J. W. Gardiner. C PANrd ll OFFI(. I.oo N. ''prct 'let ttivce ('alasteu Parih. Jno. W. ltohrr. i. J.ard Si. ' . Niolr. ,Sheritf. 1). J. Reid. Assessor and Ite(gistrar. ar 31. S-ichard. Coro ner.t W. L. Fisher- F. e.rt, Jr. School oan-rd. m.At MlcNeese, Se'o y and eSut. rcr. It .:maiden, Treasurer. Ward One-Jo. J. Call. Ward Twreo-J. 31. Booze. Ward Three-Samn KaL. umar. Ward lFour-Dr, D. . Perkins. Ward Six-J. M. Nichols. Ward Seven-W. 1. Hargrove. Ward Eilght-Josph E. ilohlerts. Ward Nine- . C. Teert, Jr. Ward Ton-W. Irietow. At Lano -.no. McNeese. Polce ,I try. Pre-i lent, J. Ca...

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. — 29 September 1905

ILUME V I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 29, 1905. NUMBE We have a complete line of Stylish Tailor Made Suits in All Sizes, made by Union Work men and guaranteed to fit. The above cut shows a few of ur New Fall Styles now on SALE. J. S. GERSON, LOSHANA. ý LOUSIANA Cars Fumlgated by U. S. Ofcers. Bw Orleans, Sept.--The United te government is not only bend every energy successfuly in the t against the mosquito and the sad of yellow fever, but is also do everything in its power to educate public at large in the scientific isures that should be taken for the veition of the spread of the disease. bwe are now very few communities ijse to the fever whiebh have not be Swar on the mosquito, while many the towns which quarantined nint freight from infected points re accepted the positive assurance the Marine Hospital surgeons, that estion cannot be transmitted by ight., and have raised their quar tines against free commerce. In ia single instance has infection es brought in, ...

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. — 29 September 1905

WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., WELSH, . LOUISIANA. -om The danc!ng masters are trying to(, take one st(p1 forward by abolishin' :he "two-.tep. Prince Louis of Batltetiltnu has h(1,n visiting Niagara. but sold no la(te v\hile tlhere. What a relitef it mnut 1, to ('hini to know that th(ier will h(, no mr, p hizrit lighting in her ba(lkyard. It is said tha the ;l s r' ttilt i netting near the Unitit , Stat.s. Everything i-s (o.iin this \\'a.\. China will hay, to wait only twelve years for a plarlilentll aird what is a iniate' of ti \e \eats to China? :ppar' tll the Iawonoln are agreed that a man should have nothing to id) with a \ OiInll" haltl except to pay for if. Ahlontl tlhe tinms a ,an colmes to he ,knwni as a Ittiding Star for youth, he is elposed t1d t Ihien he is a Warnitig Signal. Now that he has din-td with .Mrs. Pot'er l'al mnr Kint Edward's social statlldin can:int b'i questioned in th( h ost so(( vy. That new fash!,on of having a set of jewels for a a h tstt telllll is to...

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. — 29 September 1905

lISIA' NEWS' IV jEWS IN L LOUISIANA 0fNot Gu,:ty n Case of Thomrn .rothers a: Arcadia. 11 rnd T('I,,,- "ll omas. ni th llt:-; :tsers at dt I i , Apr l t .. acq uit- w edistries r ra legal CO lating , .,.k. " his I i -" sh c f l;; all parties far'h G 't Vl connectt, 'f the larg- ,tl Smost r -' , adn ilies in su . Ro .,,. father-in- -' Walter '10 'n .ase wa \ for TuedY :' '. . and ti ,he on of th ' procedehd iln ater anntit rc": ' ','Cere made rt gSt te .l i. nst. "l'w , t i tere Poll ii' select ion si ditry , a ': (iit , it . ,( d,\ o , 'ay ; the .ast.  R {ILIf;: . l - " ll l ll 'a t '(' 'ent of t of stat i eived ve ': l'r. of in- 1 (fro01 part , -, , ' :. i' s alte ask ithet Itatena ti!ý+ It gistry ('Comrn- n .~1 (o\;'ad' . \(w Yor;, wa. I' prized to do i ' nt-s in Lottisi The instra i(' ( departa l.lnt has ed all p:arties whit have asked I iforuatillt lir; the In (ternational CompanLy is not authorized b)iiiGe In l.oni an.. . ull season for the year d week trom today, on the sta...

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. — 29 September 1905

THE RICE BELT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIIDAY BY WELSH PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. A. `M. JONES.............. Sec.-Treas. and Manager. DIRECTORS: A. IM. Jones, J. W. Tanner, Guy Heatty. F. I). Calkins, C. P. Martin. One Dollar a Year in Advance. Entered at the I'ostottice at Welsh, Louisiana, as Second F Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1905. The results to date in the beef trust inquiry, and notably the heavy tines imposed recently in the Federal District Court at Chicago on four high ottfficials of one of the most important packing concerns justifies public optimism inthe determination of Mr. Ioosevelt to press railroad reform as far as possible with the least possible delay. During the congressional recess the senate committee on interstate conmmerce has been devoting a good deal of time to complex problems presented by the widespread demand for government regulation of freight rates. The fact that some of the members of the committee are notoriously pre disposed in favor of ...

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. — 29 September 1905

eflron andWine £ oner +ra+g Co.iT " mmtn~t mnnt H mH n m .thern pacific Time Card. EAST BOUND. * :42 a. m. due ... ...·......11:51 a. m. Idue...............12:59 a. in. due ....... . WEST BOUND. ... 3:06 p. m due...*..... ....... ~6:47 p. m. due.... ... . 4:29 a. m due . .......... ..... os. and 8 night trains. ue 34 for further information. J. F. TUBBS, Agent. -dPure Cents Per ý'S Quart rered anywhere in Welsh. Early cy. Bottles clean and sweet be silk is put in them. 'Phone 78. VELSH DAIRY 3. BENOiT, Manager .M, LyOD of Mayview, was in d 1Friday of last week. t1 M4. Davis, of Roanoke, was in I mMonday on business. s M. B. VanNess it you need 1 sian or irrigating wells. R. Robicheaux spent Sunday } renDings visiting with friends. -e . E. Baker of Lake Arthur, t house and stock well boring. I.L Banker of Vinton, .was in I keCharles Saturday on business. t ,. Hoffman of Jannings, was a Itor in Lake Charles Saturday. Pather Cools was a guest of Father mis at Jennings Sunday afternoon...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
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