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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 7 December 1906

te gin Zrlt Vournal WEL8SH P'T'O. 00., L't'd. Publ WELSH, - - - - LA. A School of Zoology. Dr. Gustav Loisel, who is a professor of zoology in the Sorbonne, is making persistent efforts to have the mena gerie in the Jardin des Plantes adapt ed to the needs of experimental sci ence. He would have it eo transformed as to become a school of zoological re search without at the same time ceas ing to be a place of entertainment fr the people. Such a plan has been partly carried out in Bronx park, so says the New York Post, so that cer tain fauna are permitted to live and breed almost as if they were in "the wild." The experimental stations in this country where marine animals and plants may be studied have proved of the highest value to science; and the laboratory In connection with the Naples aquarium has long been a fa vorite resort for naturalists. Two of Pr. Loisel's suggestions are not likely to meet with popular approval. One is to do away altogether with the monkey house, which he ...

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. — 7 December 1906

The Bad Boy and His Dad Arrive in Cairo-At the Hotel They Meet Some Egyptian Princesses - Dad Bides a Camel to the Pyramids and Meets with Difficulties. BY lION G;E T(RO;E W. 'PEC'K. Ex.G(,verlnor of \\ l,-i tn, ti ir E.ditor of Peck's S:un, Autt,r otf "'eck' ldai 1 2: l ,', t:.,) C'opyrigh,. I'',. It, Jj,,Ph It It owles.) Cairo, Egypt.--My Dear Old Irish Vegetable: Gee, butr you ought to see dad and I right now, at a hotel, w aiting for a chance at a room, whetn a bride and groom get ready to vacate it, and go somewhere else. This hotol is full of married people wll)o o oK scaredei when ever there is a new arrival, and I came pretty near creating a panic by going into the parlor of the hotel, where a dozen couples were sitting around mak ing goo-goo eyes at each other, and get ting behind a screen and, in a disguised voice, shouting. "I know all: Prepare to defend yourself!'" The women turned pale and some said, "At last! At last!" while others got faint in the head, and some fell...

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. — 7 December 1906

44Make Way for Santa Claus!! SWith his Big Auto overflowing with Gifts. He is headed Straight for the PACKET STORE, where he will be at home after MONDAY, DECEMBER 1o, 1906. i oooooo :**** ::am_ p *-:j* * We have on hand a " Work Boxes, Cuff and Full Line of Toys and Collar Boxes, Handker Holiday Goods. Don't chief Boxes, Stationery, fail to see them before . Perfumery, Jewelry, yoi make W ay for apur- etc. J C.CHINAWARE:-Fancy TOYS:- Trumpets, Rat- Cups and Saucers, tle', Animals, Balls, Mugs, Plates, Cream With his Big Auto overflowing with Gifts. e is heand Sugar Sets, Salt the ACKTrains, IroSTOREn Setwheres, he will be and Pepper Shakers. Jumping Jacks, Tea Sets, Banks, Games, Blocks, etc., and aR i 1906 e thousand and one oth- Vases, Cup, and Sauc er things are now ers, Rose Bowls, Ber Holiready for your inspec- 'ry Sets, Plates, Cream failto them things that are sure limited space. to interest you. DOLLS! DOLLS!! We pride ourselves in our selection of Dolls, in fact w have the...

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. — 14 December 1906

V0LULIE " II. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, I)ECEMBER 14, 1906. NUJ,1: ONLY FIVE DSAYS MIORE '"-*-Ta~o SUPPLY YOUR CHRISTMAS WANTS AT- 'p OUR GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Don't let this opportunity pass to lay in your supply of Clothing at Holiday Rates. IIG2.A.L CLOThEIN1G STORE, J. S. GERSON. PROP. WLSH, - - - - - - - - - LOUISIAN il IHi nI •iiii nI .. .. ....... ... =_ ed bCe Annual eeeitfnlg i the rwet ,Laounna s. %ociatlon of KSgetIonaIl 4"hurche' and S:l:ru Hfleld in '(.#lr. L-., deeelber 11. 2 and 13. T0Co0gregational association met .s Welsh ,:hurch Tue day evening i10. After a serv ice o,f s(,ng and Fl-er Rev. R. C. Nl' ~c, preached Ippening sermon from the text "The yvens declare the glory o God." e19th Psalmtold that onlyl man, ll God's creation, failed to glorify l stor, but the provision of grace muold restore and cleanse God's poming work and yet set him up as 1gflect glory to God's goodness and bt. The communion service' fol oithe sermon, presided over by 7.1. Jenki...

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. — 14 December 1906

The Bad Boy and His Dad Climb the Pyramids-The Bad Boy Lights a Cannon Cracker in Rameses' Tomb -They Flee from Egypt in Dis guise. BY lION. GEIRGE W. PE('IK. tEx-Governor ~if Wisconsin. F1',rn,er Edi tor of "I',.k's Sun." Author of "'eck's Lad Boy:," Etc.) (Copyrigh:t. DJd, by JostL it. i, wles.) Cairo, Egypt.--My Dear Old (;eezer: broke off my last lit r in siglht of the pyranlids, wh:in I was Ift almne on the des('ti, imy jaci;ass iha inhiig s tailipeded with the calme s, on account of miy tire works', tn I pr'sutmne 'itl think I was all in, but I got to thII, py'ramllilds before ihth stampd ',l .aravatn did. I saw a car cotnuog alio.g anl, I jril t ot board and in ten in mute, I was at the, base of the big py ramid. and the, camnfel with dad on between the humnips, was hlltmping himself half a mile aw\ay. t,'ying to get there, and the other camelis, with the Arabs, were sirtcthed otut like horses in a race. behind, and my jacklass was right next to lad 's camel, braying and occ...

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. — 14 December 1906

S tO AT WAS SAID,. VITALI t re o, He Who othe r Way Can Action s at- explai S Bme Exlaino good. ut rath a- e a 1, I Ie Two me st the disease. I then tl :i inner A o and see a hsii in siame sur nd e as that I could go - ar-we sahe a e of ecze: a ercised ia mo a ca: 10 ccssfti ould not be cured; that I was meancovers, t0fed I went to an a trnstemen :ct rta he ciy o~fu Erie at l era~e of de: two kittens Or i ti I on us, does not t I had read of the Cutie tura 0a fwho had en no flut., man goes at. nalb')f on M. n wrecked. esead lso I sentl for the eCuti- "TI aten an a nd Reti olvend to has no bi Sconluoed to aki j ti nont sto it.g had take In six bts, stopting ensta Stake the Pills. I was now get- for tl -eotter I too two ahs a day ference (dat night I left the lather of the paIpel he onr . I m h Oinomet tre oat th great effect after washing ir. somt water, ito stop the ithg a t in the ic 00.I am now cured. The Cuticura Ther ent is Ca blessingi , land should th lomnNiint~ was sufi th ...

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. — 14 December 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVAN'E. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as Second class matter. FLill)AY, 1) 'K1i lil:li 14. 1906. TPo Iu.,ure piiLIjratjun all .',p5 shiould h e iiu Our ,aile v L%" \Ve'tuu!iyv no ,ii. D. N. Il.Ic-r 'Iw'out. i . . ...: : COLLEGE LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA, Eduicates YoliUg Mten. H omen anld Boys For liaineas anld Profit And PIlaces them in Desirable Positions Occupies its own building. Teachers' course of stully anlld e,lupment unexcelled, Four weeks with u+ is equal to twelve weeks else. where. 4ii pupils will attend this popular school next year. Its growth has been by leaps and blounds. True merit is the cause. Every greduate placed in a profitable position. More calls for bookkeepers and srenographere than ~e could fill. '~O--Discount--82O On fifty special scholarships, front Monday, .Tanuary 7, to Monday. January 14, inclusive. O)nly fifty will be sold under these condit...

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. — 14 December 1906

EUREKA ROTELI One Block North of Depot. ,tts per day ... ... .. . ........ ....... $1.00 ord a8d room per w(Yeek ....... 4.50 5ard per week 3.50 sR. IDEC]E ER, Prop Welsh, - - - Louisianra.  AuoooTANT. CO.LILflio. P.RUSSELL, Jr.,; NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. e I god so. 2.;2 F. A A. \1. . -- j pe lh -,ter, oo, 1. A. N . Ye'ommandrvN) .1f.T1. * 'Web Camp, Ho. of(. W. O. *. e ad Ldge, K. of Il 0oooo LNDOSalREES. t . PARENT liil Engineer, E CRESS SLAE CiARES, LA. , A1B. CROSS, ,o ** ** go ** ** Coe 95., Night'Phone 125. lELSIH, LA. LITOUR n and Surgeon. in Signal Hotel. S'NENO. 132. E YOUNG MAN IS'NT THE ONLY ONE needs a bank account. Every man and wo having an income, no matter how small or large, should give that income the advantage lak protection, pay their little bills by check of cash, and avoid errors in making change well as have a receipt for each payment. Don't wait until tomorrow. You know "To w is an old deceiver and his. cheat never stale." Start an account today, if you ca...

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. — 14 December 1906

WELSd P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSHI, - - - - I- A. The pulot. a!qllria;1's music more than any lit her of the lower cr;a. tures. ci A bachelor is ft I',c l*t, wearl skirts s in Korea and can not ldon trousers n'- 1 var1 til he marries. the Although the (,:1 mIn was not elect- o. ed to anything he is H-aihering good : things righl ahlo g. i Maybe Zi1'," is still ho ' for the cap- he tains of intlius : .. 'ierllllnt. Morgan in has just jaid $' I.1) for a I;ible. .An 1:,1l-1 11.11 )r iays Lord Strath conia WOnt toll how rich hbe is. lie pos sesses unt0l, webiltl, so to speak. ------r'------ Lookilng a, :, s ar , i i lll) in price. \\lihal is the diff ren-Ie? All . the girls kIl.,w they are lpreity witholiut cotnsultn. , i rt a l ll1'l',l. r (ost ilf rl:,:ltly h ', 4n in the hands of SnenItll . I 11 la., l,""1  Iteredl or sack ed lam e ;;iln I1 ) 1!.),'-= ::in 'o :D L. C. Theie Corl.-iiItr I"is a l 'i.hit to knoW how ml'u(cih i t ill, L1, l;I iar bo ttle conl tains that i l b tl at...

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. — 14 December 1906

THE FALL OF JERICHO ASTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN ly it*glbway and Byway" Preacher. (orlight, 190. , by the uiLbor, W. doa.n.) Scripture Authority:-Joshua, chap ter 6. C SERMONETTE. * S"And the Lord said unto * Joshua, See, I have given into " " thine hand Jericho, and the king 0 thereof, and the mighty men of e * valor. * * God gives men visions of " great victories that are possible , of realization because his om- * * nipotence is behind them. " Men dream of conquest. Men * p plan large thinjs apart from = o" God. But the dream never be- * * comes anything but a dream and " * the plans "gang aft a-glee." * * What disappointments life " '" holds for those who plan and * e work and strive apart from God. " Solomon, the man of rare " • gifts, and wonderful achieve- " : ments, turns at last from the * sphere of human endeavor, " ' which is temporal. and cries: "I Sknow that whatsoever God doeth, " * It shall be forever." - Joshua early in his career as " * leader of the children ...

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. — 14 December 1906

PUBLIC SALE We will offer at Public Sale to the highest bidder on the L. Wilson place, at ilayville Plant, 9 miles south and 1 mile west of Welsh, on THURSDAY, Dec. 20, 1906, Commencing at 10:00 o'clock, the fol lowing described property: 10 head Extra Good Mules I i lcCormickBinder, used 6 head of Horses one year i 3-year-old Colt 2 Deering Binders 2 Buckeye Fertilizer 2 Cows with calves by Drills their side 6 Gang Plows i Cow will be fresh in spring 2 Walking Plows spring 1 Disc 2 Yearling Heifers 2 Steel Harrows 40 Hogs 6 Wagons 3 Sows with Pigs i0 Sets Double Harness 50 Guineas 1 Set Single Harness 2 J. I. CASK SEPAA.TORS 11 2- :rsecewrer E1GI- E $10 and under cash. On all sums over $10 eleven months I time will be given on opproved security at 8 per cent in-: T terest. 10 per cent discount for cash on sums over 510. Free Lunch Served at Noon. V. .. TWITCHELL, L. WILSON. .Auctioneer. C. J. GROTH. OHOLIDAY TICKETS J-: SJNSET 01 On Sale ' -UTE , -_ , I Dec. 20. 21 and 22. lOi . "...

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. — 21 December 1906

S___- t urna VOLME VII. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 21, 1906. NUMBER 29. TIHE GREAT TWENTY DAY'S SALE N WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL - DECElM ER 25, 1906.. We announced in last week's issue that the GREAT SALE would end in five days from that date, but by request of our many patrons and friends we have decided to extend the time of closing until C ITSTIrAS. in order to give those who have been so unfortunate as to be unable to take ad vantage of this SALE, the opportunity of buying the winter necessities at Holiday Prtces. Our prices on Clothing are cut 35 per cent. We have also just re .ceved a very large shipment of WALKOVER and W. L. DOUGLASS Shoes which we will put on sale at our Great Sale Prices. SIGNIWAL CLOTI-IING- STORE WELSH, - - - - - LOUISIANA REAL ESTATE MOVING NICELY. gre Good, Ranging as Hligh as r Acre for Imnproved Lands ,X Hide as $20 For New Lads; Several Pieces of Town Property (hanged Hands. The following sales taken from the .I book of the hustli...

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. — 21 December 1906

HER HIGHNESS The Story of a Christmas Peacemaker By A. M. CONSTANTINE Her Highness jumped off the piano stool and ran to him eagerly. "You are very late, sir knight," she said, reprovingly. "Oh, two-three hours late!" "Fate is the offender. Your High ness," the young fellow replied, with a deprecating wave of his arm. "My train was delayed two hours, and-- in the accident several people were killed. So I'm fortunate to be here at all." "Oh!" murmured the child. "But I trust your highness is in good health," he added, with grave cour tesy, "and all your royal brothers and -her majesty the queen?" Then he kissed the outstretched lit tie fingers with great dignity and laid a small package in one palm and a handful of bonbons in the other. And then he wished Her Highness a very merry Christmas and again added his courteous felicitations for all the royal relatives. Her Highness cooed delightedly, and .9 e· º 4 -~l' -I t l -- I. 0 Stroked Her Golden Hair. o-_ed and ah-ed very softly, and...

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. — 21 December 1906

IFRkONTIER HItR1STMAS o . George El Ran Forward. HE times were flush; there I bad been good crops, and 1 an abundant harvest had been gathered and stored away. The people on old I Lick creek, in Rails coun ty, Mo., were happy and 1 g to enjoy themselves. The coun g.was sparsely settled, and there p little to be had that was good to I t or drink nearer than the town of rids, on Salt river, where Squire T upsgs, the father of Mark Twain, ia store. ~hbey danced all night under the Sle roof where sat old Uncle Reddish, Aunt Loul extend ,them a warm welcome; then they 'tLt home with Rube Purvis to eat ig sPeat, and from there to Uncle Iury`s and AunttEdy's, where veni was broiling ~d bee gums had .Mi robbed. 'hriutmas eve day was bright and 'it. The sun broke through a rift leoods and the revelers were fairly 1tluted with joy. They intended )epnad the night and Christmas day , the Widow Mackelroy's, where fi was plenty of room and an abun +hsof good things to eat and the. Widow Mackelroy...

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. — 21 December 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh. La., as second class matter. FRIDAY, I 'ECMBE 13 21, 1901;. To insure Iuublici(tiof all Copy should be in our office lby Wedinesday nlole. D). N. 1 lA I), ELur'UI:. SPE'IA! HfL ,Y RATES! WALL , 'S USINESS COLLEGE LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA, Edcates Younng Men, Women and Boys For Business antd Profit And Places thein in Desirable Positions Occupies its own building. Teachers' course of study and equipment unexcelled, Four weeks with us is equal to twelve weeks else where. 400 pupils will attend this popular school next year. Its growth has been by leaps and hounds. True merit is the camse. Every greduate placed in a protitable position. !ilore calls for bookkeepers and stenogravbers than we could till. `)O--Discount-- 2O On fifty special scholarships, from Monday, January 7, to Monday, January 14, inclusive. Only fifty will be sold under these ...

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. — 21 December 1906

EUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. Rates per day...............................$1.00 Board and room per week ......k......... ....... . 4.50 Board per week.. .................................. 3.50 R- DECO'ER, Prop elsb~, - . Lo2iisia. S .a 0" i 19LTI C ACCOUNTA . COLI.ECTIONS. iW. P. RUSSELL, Jr., - NOTARY PUBLIC. : Welsh, La. :' , Welsh Lodge No. 232 F. & A. M. " 'ý Wel h hspbter, so. , R. A. I. derelhCommWndryo0.T. O. 0 W'r1" CLodge, K. Of H. o . . ý. Gr-n o"oo o ° ATION. LAND SURVEYS. A. E. PARENT Civil Engineer, DDRESS SLAKE CHlARES, LA. Iay'Phone 95. Night'Phone 125. . WELSH. LA. 1 IATOUR Physician and Surgeon. Office in Signal Hotel. RES.'PHONE NO. 132. A Christmas Present For the Children. There isn't anything more suitable than ade posit account in this bank. In caring for and building up the account the children learn to be thrifty and economical. You have their future welfare at heart and, whether you are able to do much or little, do what you can. When they gr...

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. — 21 December 1906

'T'. (O., L't'd. Pubs. S- . LA. Steam Engine Collzation. No stranger who has visited your great American cities can fail to be deeply impressed with the swift and enormous development of a new type of civilization. If that stranger knows England well, he cannot help making comparisons between the two counr tries. And taking a wide, impartial view, I think any candid observer must be driven to the conclusion that the American continent will develop not only at a very different rate of speed from iEngiand, but also very largely in widely different directions. What does this mwan? It means, says Ilenry Arthur Jones, in Atlantc., that .ither the older nation will drop be hind on a different track, or that the younger and mor' Inipetu0ou11 nation will drag the older nation headlong with it. On our side we hear plaintive bleatings about the Americanizatiotn of our institutions. Englishmen must sympathize with these bloatings, must sometimes blloat. At the same time, we cannot help watchin...

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. — 21 December 1906

ALONE AT CHRISTMASTIME By S. BARING-GOULD Is there -can there be-a man more lonely than one returned from a far eountry, who has been out of his home land for 20 years, and comes back when his parents are dead, his old friends dispersed, and the old nest has passed to other occupants? And can his loneliness be more emphasized than when his return syncronizes with Christmas ? That was rhy condition when I re visited the mother country. With a beating heart and straining eyes I had looked for the first sight of dear old America after having left it as a lad, hardly a man, some 20 years ago. I was back-- not to home--I had no bome now My heart began to fail me, my spllits dlecline, when I reached the little country town near which I had been born, and where 1 had fleet ed the golden hours of childhood. No one knew me. In the churchyard I jid a wreath on the graves where lay dear old father and mother. I looked at our house. It had been re built and was ocupled by strangers. JP f "You A...

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. — 21 December 1906

FREEI FREE! FREE! A Grand Busy Bee DISK TALKING MACHINE. The O'Neil-.James Co. of Chicago, the well-known dealers in Talk ing Machines, has placed us in a position to give to every family who spends $25 at our store, one of the Grand Busy Bee Disk Talking rlachines .A..solvttely* Free. This machine is equipped with all the latest improvements: Mob ley's Wonderful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn that gives a won derful volume of music, reproducing the human voice in all its ricb, sweet tones. We ask you to call and inspect our Complete Line of Goods, and assure you Full Value for every dollar spent at our store. Be sure and ask for Coupons. Welsh Meat flarket, J. R. ROBICHEAUX, Prop. Welsh, : : : : : Louisiana. S4 HOLIDAY ,TCETS SUNSET () On Sale \ROUTE ..  Dec. 20, 21 and 22, 1006 (... VIA "SUNSET SOUTHERN PACIFIC ROUTE" To the SOTTHEAST and points in Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ill inois, North and South Dakota. Kansas, Nebraska Colorado and Wyominc, including ST. LOUIS, CHILAGO, ...

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. — 28 December 1906

OLUM3E VII. WELSH, CALCASIE U PARISH, LOUISIANA, I)ECEMIBER 28, 1906. NI'M LER 30 l r -T: I - 50 0 CRAVAANETTES AND 0 OVERCOATS o AT oGreatly Reduced Prices ° SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, 0 J. S. GERSON, Prop., WELSH - - - LOUISIANA. 0 o 0 IICE MILLS FINO WHERETHEY ARE AT Glucose and Taic are Allowed but Paralfine is Prohibited. All Bice Milled Before January 1 Ex empt from the New Provisions. Form of Certificate. The New Orleans Picayune says: The rice millers of the states of Louisiana and Texas have had an understanding with the department of agriculture as to the use of certain lngredients in the milling process, and now they know .vhere they stand. They sent a committee to \1 ashington t iDnterview the authorities, who will enforce the new pure food law, this Ommittee bein coimposed o, f Dr. S. iA. Knapp, chairman; . A. A. Broussard of Beaumont and Sam Lewis of Hous tolpresentincz the Texas mills,. and l. A, Godcbaux of iAbbevillo, and S. 3. Daniel of Donaldsonville repre-. te.ti...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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