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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 6 June 1902

. . cow in the trit is worth two at ,.the..farm. ý " or s bright, wouldn't you be a J. P ?ipont Morgan if you could? aet' "of the Chicago evidently tto live up to the name of their indications are that if Paris were Sit would be a cold day for the *ý=:lEvidently the Russian peasants do t consider it good fun to sit still and e to death. Baltimore has mobbed an umpire already. Wto says' ,Interest in the 'ame is wea.nig? ' W,hy not let William Waldorf Astor . *ep into the peerage? No man ever -"4d dearer for a whistle. A .lew sleeping car Ii provided with SbatE ~" r eadh 'jassenger, but the n o ncolmpulsory. hTbe name of the Austrian cruiser i.gi tvrar and that of Capt Praprotnik a lmost equally formidable. the sultan 6f rTurkey gets only J,000,000 a year it is no wonder that canýpot pay his personal debts. It is understood that the hobo com -*jn. will not make any effort to op. the formation of the soap trust.  alerewaki, the prince of pianists, d$1256,000 in three months. Al Rc ...

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. — 6 June 1902

Smaud You had ·6 : tawiH ll" ,ýv ; ,r Tl q u a n t i t i e s.t : )' ' · i ~ c i •~ Better Bef Qulok About It. " t a doubt that there i oil in South-west Louisiana in paying quantities i 'The Southern Oil Co's No. 3 well carne in a gusher, which proves without a doubt that there isi nSuhwatIob~Pi ayn nuiie "aperts that indications in Town n, R 5, are as good as you can find. Oil and Natural Gas have teen found in paying quanities and The Southern N ! ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "TeSuhr i os'.3wl ~m ea o so cnnd s~u au"--" - ,, ntolraat aow aries Rihce lands are alla..Wt oexperts that indications i on9 , it n~.W aeln nayqat rmu©-,-- •Welsh field in the near future. Now is the time to invest. We have land in any quanity rom five acres up to ofer at low price. Rce lands a ~q good payink propositions to offer. Call and see us. rive) S. i' g oo v e i te o u ® V Hch and V elh ad ie :.+ý.~~ grOWn DeDe,1 00,0"40, -0,a t a lCshe tth pige -4 T" Itt~g lo .~S ,8,- , I/Buckeye" She Largest Whel on...

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. — 6 June 1902

~4 oi'bright, tSMorgan to lie.up It would dently the cOnsider It $ Stdeath. Barltimore hai ,.~Why not let' Sinto the p4 4pd dearer for ;I P~ew aleepli to. ~~C. Co, toae. St., Oa. .CbiJd.nofAnjAg,. . Bows Sdt sbuy 2. .the Child Iad · m4 ST. LOUIS, M0. * '* -* Dr S·-j ~j iir~ i r #ashion b,%M ' a 1R nth ad z io bIam widths of buo. 'd. ssmb by HENRY b CO.. 3mem Als 3 . U. S.A. t TOUACCO IJ in wY to do. UI BACO-CURO z t.u w· away thi desire for tobacoo. a nspoil, y our d , ton and poison brteln b uso eh box. Price 0o mr puanteen to oure or At Wfts for free booklet "E ° L L a.@ Crosse, Wis. dil IýAtý VC QAPr ?~U HOVJTON0.22.-L1 rzwvoui 'M,.ttlseubatS [ .MA'1 IAL.. 0. the advasta.se offered'to anmbers Do the sritish Funeral Reformers' Ae. isoelation. A4. newspaper vendor in Berlin has ajust hit upon a novel way of baffling the police. He has fitted up a tri cycle as a newspaper booth, and when f old to "move on" he simply pedals off a new beat and opens a new bunr efss. MIBLIONS OF WOMEN ...

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. — 6 June 1902

Senseti nal a a ents or ;his etrliee been Ger , market on the sties. Twenty total imports Germany, and exports' went to ioking. which icrease abroad. ho-Inulge in-tZ ,i re not s6 'either or rdor weakness and 31 , eporltensoed. as not yet I the new bekaue tt is uc turers to d,'but be " utains 16 little uds contain ay t' hie the rice h open One e se bo ne - us whereto S-ness, so pound. Img ditle dre, I con 'y a dyto . Fri.mley iferer from t ed H There is a land, you mky not know, There never was a land so strange, Although so close it lies. Nor yet more nice to see, I'll tell its name-but whisper low- Each time you look the people 'Tie the Land of Shut-Your-Eyes. change: To find it? Why, just lie quite still They couldn't queerer be. When dusk begins to creep, And oh, the funny things they do! And close your eyelids with a will- The way they jump and prance! Don't take a single peep. Don't let them lay a hand on you Unless you love to dance. And first you know you'll not be here. But...

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. — 6 June 1902

. ry "4 irki7 I7 y : 'On or about September 1st, we will add to one of the largest and most complete lines ofL Le of merchadse wll be kept 0 e of merchandise will be kept Ever brought to this section of the State. OurMillinery Stock comeshigh standard, and when in n direct from New York and an experienced trimmer from Tennesee Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and will be in charge of this departmen The room east of our store has Clothing, Dr Good, Notions, Boots an been secured to accomodate this new line and it will be fixedtpa Groceries, etc., etc., call in and see us. first-class shape for our millinery stock. up in WELSH, LA. A. E. BELL &COO.. WELSH,. ****" *..: ...."....12 01 &I m. " *................. IU8 a.m. *............ 8:8 p.m. .. umgh. ... 8:47 a.m. 7 rand.. , ;Sae further cantion. b.e f Sa Drugstore.a Di isthe place to go. aletst belting at b ear.  are beginning .. to.. , m Qluic .n bo ias w atac h uytaiaw Al! S.asunday with Jen- lo -In ;shhag sagr of S ·4 "...

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. — 6 June 1902

#OUlAR A' YEAR IN ADVANCE *aht th otomoe at Welbh, La., as -Ie whit, dove now sails proudly over ;: Africa, Tie bill to provide separate street car ' laohes for 'whites and negroes was ,: ised by the lower branch of the State i seaglature this week. The Wilson "'Ji Crow" bill, after a waru debate, passed the House Tuesday, " -eventy-five of the eighty seven votes hving been cast in favor of it. "Senator Russell introduced a bill in Sa. " St ate Senate Tuesday amending ar St 88 of the constitution, making su - ]gene court justices elected by the peo r There is no question of there being ell in the Welsh field, and since the Jones S , people have contracted to sink a well here it is confidently predicted they .x-President Grover Cleveland will ad Seess the Anti-Tammany-Tilden Club in New York soon. This will be Grover's .: ast political speech since he vacated the p e ' iden . chair.' The Liberal members of the House of I4mamons say freely that peace in South ;. -,Afriea might have...

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. — 6 June 1902

ty. ý,. " " --o000- Reference: 'irst National Bank, Lake Charles, Louisiana. a M T Yo. ý+'º .T. Brea eeorieý HrBstsi'K 6 & Co.,) *1t$INJURANCE ,AGENTS. hiwseInauranceCompnies, with ;" DLlar. Assets. }4_aý RAL SPECIFICAL T ROUTE. AND cALFoIUIIA taasttoiaed San Antoio.. TRAL SPECIAL sVia. $oustoa and H. &T. U. R. A. 9o Waetl toa.n, Cincinnati s , Coast Points and return. SWashington. toinatti. St. Louie and Chicago. S EX L. J. PARKS, S..," 1_. G. P - & T.A S.< Yr club "ý-'. ý1ý. y, call w. Pos fellow boys go s they little des. W'. arrces, Fl Lider, Plans, SpeciBication and Correct Estima. ationsfarnished on application. WELSH, LA, . eoplb who think they. would like to beiregetarians might And this a prof. itable time to try it. Tobacco chewers will be glad of the cheering news that growers are now using paris green on the plants to kil te 4orms; OITY MEAT MARKET, A. B. BOURGEOIS, Prop. -DEALER IN r .]f, ~ltot, Y~eal, Fori, iayIe, Qtc. Ed in taV n at all times. 0 1. ...

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. — 13 June 1902

tic c~g ~y 4rii i AH - AY, JUNEA A 13, 1902. TSCACASIU PARIS ------------- ---- "" " 7 " . .. v wry ole Agents for Ce brated Seal Gasoline Stoves..... See Our Complete Line of R-N IT LT R : UPQSTMiRS. Call and Examine our Goods. Prices Away Down. r. • I . n MANDEY RG IZED he is ip vexy SA T no 1r little ycster all agent t the riceing dy a plh king ph oper- 1'h re . ho was on tneir 4 one day up s n Sunday i e services aon tnhe boys .are I'er -e new rice ear hool teach- e 1 to attend c axles. I n from Ike- opt usiness and fr Snday. lay in on Meth- 'b ear eva, Ala.'S this place tl he n, l. .it e South eg to go else g which e d ten days. one , in the on who has S' Cove, he~ danee at $r which, visit her Valken Sother ofI aIo wn i Se, whe ro r OgE NURSERIES, aLICK, ProprIetor. s, Plants and Nursery *ys on Hand....... tres and plants of all kinds a*apted to this climate wer tlan elewhbere For further particulars call JAS. GL ICK, ROANOKE, LA. i -_ ug.. OILS.* received a car load of Machin...

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. — 13 June 1902

·j· ·., ·~'t~'' :'cb~ ·1 51: ·· -I t.. · C.: r r, ~· :·rJ i ANsate .now lee even .muntains of Hepsidam. S--1. an's version of the Bible k s l;2,ý that hath shall keep on ei, certainly seems to have been r oot of considerable evil in the .family. Henry has now been having thusiastic reception at Cork. e broth of a boy! u* up-to-date Chicago girl now erhw initials embroidered on her inst., How "tasty!" Carnegie is giving away automo J'-)(t persons, however, would 1.'of ltis autographs. { three voices calling." says poet. The butcher, the ice t '.: .th. landlord, probably. paper, says Hetty Green d -' permit to carry a pis , smelling salts, please. li - who would botanize on his tl S is around again with tl of the St. Pierre hor ` says there is no pa atigte. There are some O ver, whose trade is pa haU been granted per a pistol. The name S donor has not been t, ..may have been the I 'of the Palmer family, I money that made the e, who has written a ~ia she doesn't want the : r'.ut pit...

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. — 13 June 1902

Usefutalnass of Salt. If' anything catches fire, or some tBtig burning makes a disagreeable sIell or smoke, throw salt on it o *oe. If a bright, clear fire is , lred quickly sprinkle salt o e Coal ; likewise, if too much blase should. result from the dripping of fat from boiling steak, etc., salt will quick. .i subdue it. Or01 Moot 1Wo the Wardrobe. -A. laundress wholives with a fam U, that prefer the fragrance of orris ZOot to the delightfully fresh and clean *.-Aor of "no smell at all" puts a large ' of orris root wrapped in a little sea of linen into the water in wwich body linen is boiled each- week. r" -W lýh t ironed, the linen is placed in St" , º*eir sweet with violet powder in T fi i be or paper sachets. , e Q*) AwtSstle asets. - pense. eustom of showling 8goodpicture, or kakemono, or -at a time, and placing the flow branch of a tree where it will seen to great advantage in their t room, is unquestionably an ex t' ld *4-one well worth imitating. `ortato have everything ...

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. — 13 June 1902

v ;J3' ! ý - -r ""1'!!" IN ADVANCE i 00i~,~. ·, .. r .ti, at y, n :taautý 0* at W olh, L, a -, , r situation- is now an all-im matter, from a business stand hit s still too early to 5i3ctlations on the appearance s. tart is always of import gtSisng at least a basis for all t accl ounts, cotton has eieesllent weather so far a now promises wel. It , w ,ther has been a trifle oi .dailge has been done hea. been able to take ad l situatiton to keep the fields Lk , task which would l had there been a liber. S tare, as labor is none At the present time the t h out the section, nat to, New Orleans, is in a r oa: sectitionn l.oe, all the aicouunts -trsuethat sorne see . iý~ttls. more rain would a a:s fari 'aswe have been t' : 4I h m lhas so for re t- lr 1 o vorous pumpt ;33!Oeasszy. The fields in reportqd to be look- 10 S'i'A, an dll idications be 4ýý ý"3_' asve the same e ally aru rth.f crops. Alit. be wieleomee d in most t, but as yet.no injury t1 i ne tluinogh Inauf 4 .,*aed for- the ent...

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. — 13 June 1902

,,roe R,:i ( o. I, t h e "Ma, " On or about September 'ot, we will add to our immense stock of general merchandise of. Our general line of merchandise will be kept up to oneote f the largest and most complete lines of.... its usual high standard, and when in need Of: Ever brought to this section of the State, Our Millinery Stock comes Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Sho,', direct from New York and an experienced trimmer from Tennesee Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and , will be in charge of this department The room east of our store has Groceries, etc., etc., call in and see us. been secured to accomodate this new line and it will be fixed up in first-class shape tor our millinery stock. TVWELSH, LA. A. E. BELL & CO.. WELSH, LA S; .;.............. 9O50.m. ................18:01 a.m. " . . .' '........... 1:35 am . f" OUND. . .............. 3:88 p.m. . ............. 5:01 p.m. .. ................ 8:47 a.m. S,."a 8 night trains. Sfor futher information. J. F. Tnaos, Agt...

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. — 13 June 1902

v u Gý ptof dihb. T -ie Ab~dfo,\ pavv\CII z, 'm , Quick; what is aDy pmU dreadful e" anguish of They I heart-break WAS in bare stz litt babW'o cry, The mOi Sagairn~ her breast, with on0 Mignanot above it, and eyes dw :of the rl in the "To tl ~ i o, lttle Ilim-tbere" I -e a it, dirjW I what fi is d on't Spono up Bud mecrush yo UUp eeln't UShe roced 6he timel 1 back ask d frth, in Oh, ye, ft " ie there, thing c "tIp-'oh, h IUh up! were as to hear" oen to a and La . the doe "MoN happen S 7u goin to stayn' he v Sitt yern mouth? and pa to tef ie? P'ityln' shetal t here to know, till The Strned to waterl crowd& o 'peak- AlA't you ant SAiWt you goin' to charge mont a e the.great bate room with a the .;women's injurei ~i;idptie @then I jjjo ao, Mus comp : guess you can look 1 RWesl, 1aw stolid rthee ~ost the same. - 1reft say his d puite s defiant. doesn qu te! It'tell against him; and c i You aidh:.e'd lowere. Te I , ou, . 'll Why don't t e ut up just the same," Moll W I can't help ...

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. — 13 June 1902

':li )~tLI ~*L'~·~;~7~l"c~;~.~'?~'::, ··*.;·~~;oi~m.;·, ····· ~i·o:·i~' A& an should so live that it will ao be noeessut to build a monument to remimber him. Fr el~~m bbmrw.ow-bbN Cu8s Oily S i t mM ii 2, o O.. in.rr , MW D. M OB ·~ r rur .JMOCPIC I).OWAST~~~~ ;iCýbog WHAT WOMEN NEED. The work and worry that attends the liothe average woman 1o trying on the sstem that at ti tt seems Im p ossibe to stand up un. the strain. he becomes nervous, irritable and croses, ard has sanadesolibable beling of heavy Sheartednees that seems impossible to bear. It is a generally "run-down" con dition that causes this feeling, and neg let at such times brings on many forms hronidisease. A general tonic is what is needed. , F. P.18 JUST SUOH ATUI*O. : I tonio that was intended to reahob just such case t-b"ilds up the system of woman as no other ean do. That it reaches uhch oases described above proven over and over by the thousands ofgrateful Iettern received from women who have been relieved o...

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. — 13 June 1902

:.,w-.  . eottor Bo Quick Abiut It. Southern Oil Co's No. 3 well came in a gusher, which proves without a doubt that there it oil in South-we uisina in an Southern Nos . It is an assurcknowled s fact experts that idcationl in Town 9, R 5, are as good as you can find. Oil and Natural Gas have teen found in ig Rýc lands are also advancino assuran we have uor Welsh field in the near future. Now is the time to invest. We have land in any quanity from Ave acres up to atlow prices. and are lso advancing and we have good paying propositions to offer. Call and see us. elsTh, iln9sians RUSKEY & COVERDALE, R Estate anL iIce Brok keon No Frame Around Your .. Main Wheel. any Wheel and a pitman that WON'T and CAN'T clog with an other sort of mad. aOur Knotter :..Welsh, La. DANIEL JACOBS, -·!· -r " PR@OPiWTOR adj l Confectionery. Jwches at All Times. oIe Cd S-d. Always ea Head. ", ....Dealer In .. SGtaple arid Fancy Groceries.IANA. ~7TO YOU .: s' : . - ' have t e lanel .tlt sell. " We ta...

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. — 20 June 1902

OL. III. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LA., FRIDAY, UNE 20, 1902. We are Sole Agents for Celebrated ....u. ck Meal Gasoline Stoves..... See Our Complete Line of S U'RN IT JU RB 1 UPSTAIRS. Call and Examine our Goods. Prices Away Down. WEsLHS, LA. Thýe LLCý1ear n LoIw Prices. JONES gOMPAIY HERE. Drillers Have Arrived and Machinery is Being Placed into Position. The persons who are to manipulate the well boring for the Jones Development 'company on the Woods farm near town have arrived and the machinery is be ing placed in position as rapidly as pos ,sible. Carpenters completed the derrick gest week and everything.will be in readi ne s for boring within a day or Nvo The delay was due to the fact that the Jones people had intended using the rig here that was used in bringing in the Southern No. 4 at Jennings, but the Southern Oil company -refused to allow the outfit to be brought here until some other work was completed on the. prop erty owned by t1e company, and it ws necessary to order a...

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. — 20 June 1902

w;It tt L *Z'OP6sto expasl as hr ary. ~ i aatv.ia peaees thing to do in ep cool.  .at trust and the coal lied d i4 disgraced. new be obliged to spend s days looking for an ;'en, thit the real airship airship genius who hires Of policemen in London the Irish question has a te stage. vhgbo ¶skeeded in selling ~ Mrs. Hetty Green was no ,nabcier, either. apn energetic volcano the existing geogra out of date. ' ater thought is otoresight are now pruption of Mt. Pe ibe business inrtinct a fence around some and charge admis- a t find ways and n starving peasants of h pest trouble and lots d of the kodak trust bi ' 'of snap-shot m l~led as a public as Al befrnaut who fails bil the-sattisfaction of pi toimromise with his as tic of a returned , to fl 3d 94qa, being too for the coronation that his rent has me Bell Sage finds it for ron` making lavish Ne St big lasi Ssmashers ;have tet k manufacttirers the ard to a future of the sod day IS at hand, and ea large and varied imp Solutions of p...

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. — 20 June 1902

BEADS OF COMMERCE Run your fingers down the string of beads which a little girl brings home from kindergarten and you may come across a cylindrical bead, long and thick, with an odd, murky, creamy tint to it. It is for all the world like a half inch of clay pipe stem, and is nothing less than one of the beads manufac tured for the African slave trade when " that traffic was at its height. Such are the wry twists which Father Time gives to the commerce of nations that to-day it is finding its way into school houses to beguile the hands of tiny Americans. These beads formed no small factor in the trade 'in "black ivory," and Bos ton and New York ships used to set out for the Slave Coast laden with 50 cases or more of the curious baubles, an industry which was kept up secret ly until nearly the time of the civil war. Stanley found the beads far in the Interior of Africa, where they passed as the universal currency un der. the name of sofi, and where they still doubtless circulate large...

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. — 20 June 1902

* ar.'i~ie IN ADVANCE #a rSM3 Ws, 19Y0. at Webb9, L., a* OING OUTLOOK. wieý Signal Says: planters of the Louisiana and bt r are at the present time with an outlook for the com which is in a degree discour. It will be remembered that at of the season all indica eted to a "bumper" crop-a 'hat would almost double that vious season in the history vation of the cereal in this A great Increase In acreage was on -every hand. Especially was lt State of Texas. But as the g a new light is cast ' Sscene which divulges thV fat Increase this year has not in Sguraes been over one-third of reported, and in many sections, ated The worse state of , not the deiciency in is a. problem now confront. ras to the best course he-saving what has actually c Reports now coming in State of Tease, together t r reports from many see~ . Louisiana belt, are to the n b.. fit drought now pre- . -:he outhwest has been o as to seriously teaten h In both states, and unless rn d g the next thirty days i, h.eavy, the en...

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. — 20 June 1902

0p'V No c o Il On or about September Ist, we will add to o i en e r a o Soe pt e er al se w dtene st ockmo f.......eIandis NY O u r g e n e ra l lin e o f m e rch a n d ise w ill b e k e p t u p to its usual high standard, and when in need of Ever brought to this section of the State. Our Millinery Stock comes Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, direct from New York and an experienced trimmer from Tennesee will be in charge of this department The room east of our store has Groceries, etc., etc., call in and see us. been secured to accomodate this new line and it will be fixed up in first-class shape tor our millinery stock. WELSH, LA. A. E. BELL & CO.. WELSH, LA. Southerm Pacdc Time Cas. No. 8 due ............... 9:50a.m. No.10 due .................. 12:01 am. No. 8 due ................. 1:35 am. Wea T ouan. io. 5 due .................. 2 p.m. o. 9 due . 5:01 p.m No. 7. due ................... 3:47 a.m. Nas. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. J. F...

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