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TANWNG OF CONTEST- ,
ANTS IN PIANO CONTEST
WEEK ENDING MAR, 24TH
You can get votes either at the Coop
et Drug Store or at the JOURNAL of.
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During the remaining four weeks of
the contest the color of votes will
change on Monday of each week, and
a41 votes issued during any week must
be registered not liter than the follow
As an accomodatiol to the candidates
agd their friends, we will accept Ivotes
at any time during the next four weeks
abd place them to the credit of the
cptndidade on the following Wednesday.
75000 votes are being given with each
cash book, together with an extra 5000
when the book is traded 'out.
On Wednesday March 31st, there
willlbea special sale of Bunte's candies
inll0c jars and 500 votes will be given
with each jar, on this day only.
The special offer on votes for sub.
scriptions to the Rice Belt Journal will
close on the night of Apri 1ist. Only a
few days left to work.
Get a book of Due Bills at the Jour'
nal Office, they can be redeemed at any
time within one year for subscription,
Job work or adqertising. Each $1.00
dutle bill;good for 15000 votes.
Eggs For Hatching-A chicken in
every egg.-Rose Comb Rhode Island
Reds-$1.00 per setting.-G. R. Boling,
Phone 27, Welsh, La.
E. D. Miller J. Sheldon Toomer
Miller & Toomer
Calcasieu National Bank Building
Lake Charles, La.
Chas. S. Miller
STATE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
John J. Robira
Attorney at Law
ny party at Welsh desiring my ser*
may call me up in Jennings by
one at my expense.
TO OUR BUICK DEALERS
It is painful-yet true-that the factory advises that no
more orders be taken for Model C-55s, 6 cylinder, 7 pasenger
Touring Car. The entire production for 1915 has been exhausted.
Orders for C-37 and C-25 Touring Cars and C-36 and 0-24
Roadsters should be wired in at once to insure delivery.
* Line up pour prospects and send in your orders. We
expect to exhaust our contract allowance for 1915 before April
24th. If you expect to sell Buicks get busy.
JOS. SCHWARITZ CO., LTD.
New Orleans, March 20th.
With the above information it looks like it is time to
get busy it we expect to ride in BUICKS this Summer
10Just think of more cars being so!d already this season
than all last season's sales to July 1st.
* There (lust Be a Reason
Buick Cars are Gaining in Popularity
every season. BUICK cars have earned a REPUTATION for
Power, Dependability, Beauty and Economy.
. E. S. GOODREAU, Agt.
SWELS H, - - - - LA.
COME AND SEE
Yellow Yam and
ROYAL PURPLE GRAPE JUICE
Our Store Will Be
Closed All Day
1P, H, GOODREAU
AND ALL KINDS OF
FRESH SHIPMENT OF
J. A. FONTENOT.
To Telehone Patrons.
Every subscriber to the telephone
company is requested to consult the
directory now in your possession be
fore calling and call by number. The
telephones are listed by numbers and
not by names. By doing this ·you will
save time and will improve the service.
W. C. PETERS, Manager.
Barred Rock Eggs $1.00 per
setting of 15 or $5.00 per 100.
Phone or write to G. M. Hammil,
Offi ce Phone 150 Majestic Hotel 1
DR. D. C. ILES,
er Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
by iep.15-14*1yr Lake Charles, La
LOCALAn Interesting Continued
LOCAL Story of Local Happenings
In and about Welsh Touch.
LA CONICS ing Personal Mention......
Miss Kinney invites all Bul
children who enjoy stor
ies to come to the High ha
School Building next Sat- th
urday, March 27th. 3 to of
4:30 p. m. Stories bMo- til
keepmo's Surprise" and ur
Indian Myths will be told gi
Also, little Cyllene Cisco p
will sing an Indian Song
to her doll. All friends or Co
parents are invited also yol
on this day. Admission toF
ten (uU) cents. We
Fried chicken! My! My! A
For only twentvy-five cents I can we
Lloyd Smith who has been spending Ch
the past eight or nine months in Kan
sas arrived in Welsh Tuesday night to
visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. S
FOR SALE:-Two good ponies, See
E. C. Willard. tf
Mrs. A. G. Smith has as her guest Sa
this week her sister, Mrs. R. J. Marine Ma
Sof Opelousas, La.
Miss Margurite Gregory of Jennings Jo
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Eva Sa
Mott of this city, the first of the week.
Misses Irene Hebert and Anna May scl
Pitre of Jennings were the guests of
relatives and friends in Welsh a few Tv
days returning Wednesday afternoon.
Dry Long Leaf Pine Stove Wood. Can M
deliver on short notice-Clyde Davis, Bt
Phone 185. 58tf
Mr. A. J. Benoit transacted business to
in Jennings Monday. s
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Kimball and fo
) children who have been making their
-home in Welsh for a few months,
Wmoved back to Lake Charles, their
former home, the first of the week.
FOR SALE:-A span of good work
mules cheap. Terms te the right party.
SApply to the Welsh City Dairy. a
Mrs. L. M. Morris of Keystone is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
T. Davis this week. C]
Mr. S. E. Carroll is in New Orleans
attending the Sixth Biennial Conven
tion of Louisiana Camps as a delegate vi
from the W. O. Wv. lodge of Welsh.
* FOR SALE:-One team of young g'
p'nies see R. M. Gray. 62tf H
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Cooper accom
panied their little . grandson John
Brooks, to the St. Patrick Sanitarium h
in Lake Charles Saturday to have his
tonsils and adenoids removed.
be KIMBALL.WALKER f]
ill The quiet and peaceful little city of
;e. Hayes was aroused last week by the Nv
presence of Cupid who had drawn his 0o
bow and aimed well his arrows that
pierced two hearts, and doubtless in- 1
er flicted wounds upon others and then
set to ringing the "Wedding Bells"
that called to the marriage altar last c
ii, Tuesday the 16th inst at 8 p. m.
Mr. Willie B. Kimball of Welsh, La. l
and Miss Madge M. Walker of Hayes.
The wedding took Dlace at the beanti. I
tel ful "ome of Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Gragg,
uncle and aunt of the bride.
Tne ceremony was performed by Rev
E M. Stewart of the Presbyterian
a Church of Welsh. The bridesmaids
were Miss Ellen Hayes and Miss Maude
- Walker, sister of the bride,'I'he grooms
men were Mr. Ralph Walker, brother
of the bride, and Mr. Ed Gibbs all of
The bride was beautifully gowned in
white voile, a long wh)te viel flowing
gracefully over her shoulders, a crown
of orange blossoms adorned her brow.
The bridemaids wore beautiful
dresses of white chiffon.
The spacious room was attractively
decorated with evergreens and white
and pink roses,
At one end of the room was an arch,
gracefully entwined with vines and
roses. Under this stood a table upon
which was the Holy Bible.
Before this altar the solemn and
sacred obligations were taken that
united two hearts and lives and "made
of twain one flesh."
The house was well filled with friends
and relatives who came to witness the
happy event, and to wish the happy
pair a long life and continued happi*
ness. After the young couple had re
ceived the hearty congratulations of
all, bountiful and delicious refresh
ments were served,and a most pleasant
social evening was enjoyed by all.
The groom is one of our Welsh boys,
a son of Mr. J. D. Kimball, and1 is now
employed at the Welsh Oil Field.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Walker of Hayes, formerly
oflJennings, and enjoys .a large circle
FOk SALE;-One Thoroughbred IPoll
Bull. Inquire of Fred Howery. tf
The Ladies Guild will
have a Chicken Supper in
the Grocery Department 8
of the Southern Mercan. 8
tile Co. building on Sat
urday, March 27th. Be-8
gin Serving at 5 o'clock Q
p. m. Charges, 25 cents. 8
Call on C. E. Carr for Workman's 2
Compensation and Liability Insurance
you can't afford the risk yourself.
FOR SALE:-One good Jersey cow 8
to be fresh in a few days.-R. M. Gray. 8
Welsh, La. 62tf
Miss Edna Bourgeois is spending the
week with her mother, Mrs. Adam8
Bourque at the sanitarium in Lake
Fresh Garden and field o
seed of all kinds at the
Welsh Bakery & Grocery.
Miss Ruth McLees had as her guest 8
Saturday and Sunday, her sister Miss
Maud McLees of Roanoke.
SMadames E. H. Boling and A. T. 0
Jones were visitors in Lake Caarles
Supt. W. P. Arnette of Jeff Davis
schools was a business visitor in Welsh
FOR RENT-Five room cottage near
M. E. Parsonage. Inquire at the
Busy Bee. 64tf
Mr. J. T. Kinniff, who has been here .
3 for sometime relieving the railroad
agent auring his illness, left Thursday
r Fried chicken--do I smell?
I'll go to the Southern Mercantile /
Mr, Flur Fontenot was a business
visitor to Lake Charles Tuesday.
Mr. Chas A. Lantz has just completed
a 75 barrel brick and cement "cistern
tor Mrs. Pitre near Fenton.
Mrs. Dora Barbee was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. L. S. Cormett of
s Rev. E. M. Stewart was a business
e visitor to Lafayette Monday.
Miss Maud Hayes who has been the
a guest at the home of ner brother, Mr.
Henry Hayes for a few days, returned a
to Lake Charles Monday.
Miss Essie Stewart of Lake Charles
cameover to Welsh Tuesday to visit
n her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
s Stewart of this city.
Mrs. J. E. Montgomery and daugh.
ter, Miss Mildred. were the guests of 3
friends in Lake Charles Saturday.
) Mrs. Leona Kennedy and sister, Miss 1
te Mabel Miller, spent Saturday the guests F
is of friends in Lake Charles.
n* Who Said Fried Chicken? '
The Ladies Guild will serve fried
it chicken, hot biscuits, hot coffee an4
n. other good things, on Saturday eve.
a. ning, March 29th, in the Grocery De. 4
!s partment of the Southern Mercantile (
Ii. Building, beginning at 5 o'clock.
ev NOTICE TO FARMERSI
de We now have for sale
er at our Mill at Hayes all
of grades Cypress Shingles,
in Lumber and Fence Posts;
ug also can furnish Pine and
wn Uum Lumber and Wood.
ml Will price the above on
application and you will
ely think times are not hard.
Woolman & Sumerall,
Un AYeS. LA,
T m8 Ya Woume?
FWle FR 3rE AtAL 8IIIMSS
8 Spring Weathe
g arid we are here with 'em
8 Spades, Shovels,
$ Ga den Hoes, Rakes
8 Wheelban ows,
8 Lawn Mowers,
8 'Ref rigei atos,
8 Stewart's Horse Clippers, Et
lillor arllare d F2rrnituro
M Everything In Hardware, Furniture and house Furnis
XMM XMXXXXCX XIMMMMO!3IX
x We have a carload of
I Moultor. DoUle8DjSC Drinls
and a carload of
Van Brunt Drills
manufactured by the
John Deere Plow Co.
K Both Drills are guaranteed
Call on us for prices
e a -&I
r elsh Carriage & Implement
o Our Sales Depend
o Upon Your Crops
Q For that reason Mr. Rice Planter It has
been our aim to produce a rice fertilizer
with which not even our own experts could
0 find a single fault.
0 , TRADE
o Bull Dog Brands Rice Feirtil
0 are guaranteed for their quality. Our trade
O mark never goes on a sack unless the goods
0 have stood a most rigid analytical test.
0 Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated
BLACK DIAMOND ACID PHOSPHA
Booklet Free on Request
Union Seed & Fertilizer.
P. . Drawer 202 Dept "D" New
For Sale by A. R. Arceneaux,W
ADVBRTISB IN TUB JD0