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5 ism will cure you.
W. Nicholson, who is at
-f the mathemaltical de
in the State University
Rouge, nccompanied by
arAlS. arrived in Welsh
ernoon in order to take
egening, Col. Nicholson
the address of the even
, Hamilton presenting
ace Sale now on
1,Millan,one of Roanoke's
,Ong business men,
two of that city s fair
hre Tuesday evening.
Crank, formerly editor
of the Rice Belt
ht noW occupying a
tio on the Ellseberry
t, was the guest of
gods t4his week. We
that .1r Crank is in
at the present time in
of Champ Clark's presi.
Alfalfa Hlay for
N ml went to Lake Chas.
of bisingess Wedneslday.
MIiller, who has been
Sthe DeRidder high
* here Wednesday.
jly one of the teachers
sgehools, startedl Wed lties
er home in Jackson, Miss.
KoLee and Thurman two
t, teaeher, left Wednes
thirnomein Rustin, La.
tdja in was transacting
inthe parish seat, Mon
Iiiakrd, Manager of the
of. the Calcasieu
Savings Bank, was trans
in Lake Oharles,
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We will give FIVE DOLL ARS in cash to any boy or girl
who is going to enter either the Tyler Commercial College or
the Luke Charles Business College, if they will secure their
Scholarship for either one of these institutions from us.
This is the Situation:
We have a Scholarship in each of these schools "that we
Ssecured in payment for advertising, These Scholarships are
exactly the same, and will secure you the same attention as
Sthe Scholarships issued to you directly by the President of
the School, and yet in order to turn them into CASH we will
sell them at a 10 per cent discount, thereby saving you $5 00
We have sold a number of these Scholarships during the
past five years, and .in every case the purchaser has saved a
nice little piece of muney, and secured exactly the samne at
tention from the school that they would have received had
they waitedl until they reached the college and purchased 4
their Scholarships there at the full value.
Now that school is out, and the Summnier is here, would
it not be a good investment to enter one of these great busi
ness colleges and prepare yourself to accept a good business
position this winter? If you conclude that it is come in and
let us save you that FIVE.
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Mrs. Mary E. Steel, of this city
who has been spending the past
-two or three months visiting at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Al
ice Harris, in Waller Texas,:isrrived
bomne Sunday evening, hatving en
,joyed a very pleasant trip.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Welhli Civic League will be held
in the Auditorium, Saturday after
noon, at three o'clock. All mem
bets are urged to be present.
J. 13. Lee n:made a business trip
to Lake Charles, Tuesday morning.
A. R. McBurney was a business
visitor in the parish seat. Wednes
Jas. Storer, one of the prominent
young business men of lowa, was
transacting business in Welsh
Polce Juror, F1. A. Arceneaux
was in Baton Rouge on business
matters the first of the week.
Rub-My-Tism will cure you.
Miss Childress of Roanoke, who
has just been graduated from the
Jennings high school was the guest
of Miss Mlabel Gabbert and other
friends here this week.
Little William Walter McAffrey
one of the twins had the misfortune
to fall off the porch and Jbreak his
arm Tuesday morning.
Choice Alfalfr Hay for
sale at Jones Bros.
Prof. D. HI. Doescher of Wood
lawn came down Tuesday to hear
Col. Nicholson's addlress to the
gradluating class of the Welsh high
Parties desiring number one oak
fence posts, delivered in town or
elsewhere, sliould call on or address
Chas Lantz, Welsh, La. 37-4t
Wm. Epler. the well known sur
veyor, carne over from Lake Chas.
Firiday, for a short business visit
in order to get his affairs in shape
to leave for the summer, as he ex
pects to start the first of the week
for Illinois expecting to be gone
for several months at least.
Dr. Jolhn II. Cooper left the
latter part of last week for Baton
Rouge, going there on matters per
taining to the division of the par
Crepe Paper Napkins 15 cents
per hundred, at the JOURNAL Book
Miss Lucile Anderson, who hasi
been attending the DeRidder high
school, from which institution she
was graduated last week, arrived
here this week for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ander
L. H. Dautel was transacting
business in Lafayette Wednesdry.
Choice Alfalfa Hay for
sale at Jones Bros.
Dr, W. R. Chapman purchansed a
new 1912 model Ford automobile
the latter part or last week.
Sidney Yantis, who has been at
tendIing the State University at
IBaton Rouge thie past school year,
has returned to his home in this
Clearance Sale now on
in all Ladies' Hats.
-Southern llercantile Co,
Logan Moore, who is attending
the ln(lustrial Institute at Lafav
ette arrived in Welsh a few days
since, expecting to spend the sum
mner with Iris brother, C. II. Moore
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Childress
of Roanoke attended the Coma
me'icement exercises Iiere Tuesday
Three large rooms completely
furnished, all southern exposure.
Will accomodate a limited number
of boarders. Parties unknowvn must
be recommended.-Mrs. Robin.
J I. Miler, the veteran black
smith of Roanoke attended the
commencement exercises here Tues
day eveming. MIr. Miller and his
wife and their daughter, Miss Rosa,
expect to start Saturday for Penn
·sylvania, trheir old home, which
they have snot seen for nearly
'thirty years. T'hey will likely be
gone two or three months.
Get our prices on lubri
cating oils before you buy.
-Southern fIercantile Co.
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any
case of Chills & Fever; it aets on
the liver better than Calomnel and
does not gripe or sicken. 25 cent.
Mrs. W. L. Stewart and littie
daughter Alarriam, who have been
spendimngseveral months among the
mountains of Arizona and New
Mexico, arrived home here Friday
morning. They come back greatly
benefited in health as a result of
their sojourn in a different climate
Get our prices on lubri.
cating oils before you buy.
-Southern Mercan.ile Co.
Eli Lyons the veteran liveryman
of Iowa, was a business vibitor In
(Crepe paper, 5 and 10 cents per
roll at the JOURNAL 'Book Store.
If We Have'Y
We appreciate it. If not
we want it. Our treat
ment will convince you
of our sincerity. The
golden rule our motto.....
SCALCASIEU TRUST and SAVINGS BANK
OF WELSH, LOUISIANA
S PLANTERS $
We are still in the \\ ELL DRILLING( BUSI
NESS, We will continue to carry at our ware
house and yards in Welsh, La., a full line of
LAYNE PATENT PUMPS, steel pits, pump
parts, and repairs and a full supply of all size
Layne Patent Wire and Shutter Screens and
well casing. You know our class of materials
and drillers. You know that we make all of our
SLET US BID ON YOUR WORK
SOur unlimited resources place us in a position to $
give 'you Iprompt service at the right prices. It
will pay you to investigate the L yne Shuitter
Screen which is recognized as the higgest and
best water getter in the worlld, nmde in sizes
of from 13 up tp to 24 inches in diameter.
LAYNE & BOWLERx CO.
S . O. SCOGGINS. 1A NAG ER
WELSH. LA. 5
Y. S -If our Mr. Sco iins shou ii be ort of tIowxn when5
you call, lay your well proposition before Mr Johi n Armstrong
of the Arnmstrong Machine and- Well Woriks Co., Welsh, La.
Dr 13. J. LaCour was called to
Lafayette on matters of business
Austin Ilebert transactel busi
ness in Crowley, Tuesday.
H. Eugene Lewis, of Crowley wae
the guest of his brother, Mayor, L,
G. Lewis, of this city, Sunday.
Southern Pacific detective, Bre w.
ster was in. Welsh a short tinme
Mrs. F. L. Lewis, who had been
spending a couple of weeks visiting
her son, H E. Lewis and family of
Crowlay, returded to her home here
in JWelsh the latter part of last
Aliss lone Robinson, the eldest
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. L. E Rob
inson, returned Friday, from New
Orleans, where she has just coinm
pleted a successful year's wo k in
Sopha Newcomb College.
H. A. Davidson went to the
state capital, to assist, in securing
if possible, the straightening of the
west boundry line of the proposed
parish of Jeff. Davis.
Miss Smith, of Crowley, was the
guest of Mrs..W. P. Arnette of this
city, from Sunday until Tuesdaciyv
H. VW. Lanz, of the Welsh Car
riage and implemrent Co., nas over
from Lake Chasles on watters of
Rev. E. R. Carruth, the new
Baptist pastor moved !:is family
from Sulphur to We!sh, last Friday
and is now comfortably located in
the Wession ::: ; p:ret;i : the
east part of town.
D)r. . II. Arceneanx went to
Baton rouge to confer with Gov
ernor 11a11 upon some legislative
Fifty head of S. C. White Leg.
horn liens for sale cheap if takea
E. E. Kimball, Welsh, La. Itf
P. J. Unkel was a business visit
or in Lake Chl rle,, Friday.
J. S. Gerson, proprietor of the
Signal Clothing Store, Vas a Lake
Charles visitor, Satunday.
John WV. Armstong returned last
Saturday from Baton Rouge, hav
ing been there scveral days endeav
oring to effect a straightening of
the proposed line between the par
ishes of Calcasieu and Jeff. Davis.
Dr. J, J. Calvert of Iowa, was
one of the out of town visitors in
HIon. S. O Shattack, of Lake
Charles, spent Sunday here the
guest of his son Charles. and famt
Charles Lanz, of Lake Charles
was the gue4t of Welsh friends
F. C. Spahlinz, of Lake Charles,
was in Wei h Frilay, getting a line
on prospective automobile buyers.
Mr. Spalding is a firm believer in
the efficacy of printers' ink and as
a result is carrying an attractive
advertiscment in this issue of the
JoURN.AL setting forth the merits
of the Flanders and TE M F cars
which he assures us are the peers
if not the superior of any low
priced car on the market.