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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, July 30, 1915, Image 5

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RSONAL MENTION
F Hoffman of Lafayette will
t the Presbyterian Church,
lieUs t 1st, both morning and
j-pfor representing Wall Gro
Lake Charles was in Welsh
Scaliing on the business
Sr returned to Welsh from
Ark. Monday night where
bp, for his health. Charlie
in time to vote for good
e Ladies' Bazaar
is now located in the room
formerly occupied by the
JOURNAL BOOK STORE
where the ladies are in
. vited to call and make
their selections from a
complete line of uP-to-date
Millinery, Ladies' Notions,
Etc.
THE FAMOUS
`MADAM GRACE CORSET
FANCY DRESS-MAKING
. W. T. flcAffrey,
Proprietor
Ire--Inventory
SALE
fning Aug. 1st.
If You Want
BARGAINS
SCall On Us
Idel (irocery
, Goodreau - Phone 14
Itercoastal .Canal
Celebration
Lake Charles, La.
DAY, AUGUST 2. i915
CIAL RATES CN ALL RGADS
. . I II I I I I I I I I I I I I "" I I . U
Miss Beulah LaTour who has been
visiting in New Iberia at the home of
her cousin Mrs. Loumas for the last
five weeks, returned Saturday.
Mrs. Velier Romero and son Rollin
Lee went to Jennings Wednesday for
a visit to Mrs. H. L. Morris.
Meet me at the Busy
Bee Saturday-Johnson's
Celebrated Ice Cream.
The Journal force is under obliga
tion to A, F. Day for a nice large juicy
watermelon which all enjoyed very
much. Mr. Day always raises the kind
of melons that are good.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Arceneaux and
t children .arrived Saturday in Welsh
ffom Jennings for a visit to relatives
and friends for three or four days.
Mrs. Ike Fontenot and children of
Jennings were in Welsh last Saturday
visiting friends.
Get your Deering and McCormick
Binder repairs at Milier Hard
ware & Furniture Co.
Deputy Clerk of Court Clarphy Pitre
of Jennings was a Welsh business vis
itor last Tuesday.
Mr, Percy McBride who went to
New Orleans to be operated on for ap
pendicitis, returned home Saturday and
is feeling fine, and will be ready for
work again soon. Mr, McBride came
here from Ohio about three years ago
and has been working on the farm
since coming to Welsh.
Deputy ,Sheriff Isaac Fontenot of
Jennings was in Welsh last Sunday on
business in connection with the sher
iff's office.
When out for a drive
give us a call and see
how the Welsh City Dairy
puts up your milk,
Rev. Gecrge Abbott Pastor of St.
Lukes Indian Church at Kinder was in
Welsh Friday soliciting subscriptions
for the purpous of building a church at
that place. Rev. Abbott is a full blood
Choctaw Indian and speaks the English
language fluently,
Dr. W. L. Stewart left today for
Pollock, La. to visit his children and
other relatives until Monday.
For Sale-One span of
mares. -E. C. WILLARD.
John T. Boling left Wednesday for
Corpus Christi, Tex.. for his summor
vacation. He will be at home at Cor
pus Christi as he has made several
visits to that place before, and expects
to be gone until October and will spend
the time boating, fishing aud bathing
which is one of the finest ways anyone
could spend the hot summer days.
Misses Florence McCollar and Eula
McCain of Crowley are the guests of
Mr. and tMrs. C. W. Estes this week.
Miss McCain is a sister of Mrs. Estes.
fleet me at the Busy
Bee Saturday-Johnson's
Celebrated Ice Cream.
Best in the world.
Mr. M. B. VanNess carried his daugh
ter Miss Fern and son Marvin over to
the Sanitarium at Lake Charles on
July 23rd to have their tonsils and ade
nois removed, Dr. lies doing the work
Both of them are now very much bet
ter and will soon be well,
Leon Pitre was up from Thornwell
Monday attending to business matters.
Dr. Claud A. Martin and W. E.
Faught returned Monday from a visit
to Ruston.
Miss Anna Shoemaker who has been
attending school in Port Arthur, Texas
came home for a visit to her parents,
and will remain until September,
Miss Nellie Stewart who has been
visiting in Iake Charles for a week re
turned home last Saturday.
Mrs. E. O. Melancon and nephew
Aristile, Clyde Burgin, Lerov Elliott,
J. L. Doiron and sister-in-law Mrs.
Hick were up from Thornwell Friday
on business.
Mrs. Adah Singleton who has been
visiting her daughter Mrs. A. B. Cross,
of Crowley for some time, was the
guest of Mrs, Win, Buckingham the
first of this week.
d Mr. I. L. Abbott who has been away
1( on a visit to hi.; family at Tayler, Texas
h has returned to Welsh and has ds his
guest lis son Lawrance, Mr. Abbott
can now be found at his office at the
of Southern Rice Growers Ass'n.
Cream, Ice Cream, John
son's Celebrated Satur
day at the Busy Bee.
None better.
'e Mr. and Mrs. John Gamble of Jen
nings were visiting the latter's parents
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prentice last Sunday
:o Mrs. Gamble remained over until Mon
dlay when Mrs. N. H. Prentice and child
d ren accompanied her to Jennings,
p. Mayor Gamble returning home Sunday
e Miss Alma Fontenot of Jennings and
o her friend Miss Neta ChapIeron of New
Orleans are here on a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Benoit this week.
Dr, J. H. Cooper returned from New
Orleans Wednesday morning where he
had gone to attend the funeral of Os
mond Hubener.
FOR SALE:-Six Rhode Island Red
e Cookrels-price $2.00-G. R. Boling.
y Claud Jackson 'arrived in Welsh
Wednesday from Opelousas where he
has been working,
t. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Morgan and little
1 granddaughter Undine Todd went to
Is Jennings Wednesday for a visit return
Lt ing Thursday.
h . L. Thomas a professional piano
tuner from Lake Charles was in ;Welsh
this week doing work in his line.
No. 666 will cure malaria or Bilious
Fever. It kills germs -J 25 4 m.
The Civic League will meet with
Mrs. J. B. Godfrey next Friday Aug.6th
at 3 o'clock.
Mr. R. M. Harris who has been a res.
r ident of Roanoke for the past sixteen
years, is moving to Jennings this week
1 What will be Roanoke's loss will be
Jennings gain, Mr. Harris and his
esteemed family are splendid citizens
and are amongst Roanoke's best people
who will be a valuable addition to any
community. Onr very best wishes
go with Mr. and Mrs. Harris and
family.
LOST-My purse containing $14.00;
two five-dollar bills ant the balance in
change, somewhere between Edwere
Louviere's store and the Welsh Oil
field. Finder will leave same with the
Welsh Printing Co., or E. H. Doescher
SWoodlawn, La. and receive suitable re
ward. 7tf.
Mr.and Mrs. J, M. Booze and son, of
Roanoke were in Welsh; last Saturday
) on business.
John M. Pitre of Fenton, candidate
for police juror from ward 5, was in
Welsh last Saturday on business.
Rub My Tism-Antiseptic, anodyne
kills pain, stops putrefaction-J 25 4 m
Drs. J. H, Cooper and J. B. Godfrey
were professional callers at Foreman
P. O. last Saturday.
E. C, Willard and son Floyd and L. E.
Robinson were Lake Charles business
visitors Thursday. Mr. Willard is now
taking his mannual vacation, which is
given to the employees of the Calca
sieu Trust & Savngs Bank, and it is
needless to say that this vacation is
well earned and that the vacation will
be enjoyed.
Philip Coverdale of Beaumont, Tex.,
was in Welsh Thursday attending to
business.
FOR SALE:--One first class young
Jersey cow, just fresh.-R. M. Gray.
Mrs, Shoemiker of Lafayette was the
guest to her sister, Mrs. A. R. Arce
neaux.
C. E. Meyers returned to Welsh
Wednesday after an absence of about
a month. Mr, Meyers has been spend.
ing .his vacation with relatives and
friends in New Orleans,
FOR RENT-Good five room house
and barn-enquire of Mrs, B. M. Gallop
tf
Mrs. M. J. Shearer and Miss Eta
Brown went to Lake Arthur last Fri
day morning to attend the big camp
meeting.
Mr. Leon Pitre and Mr. Potter, of
Thornwell, were in Welsh last Saturday I
attending to business matters.
No. 656 will cure chills anM fever. I
is the most speedy remedy we know.
J 25 4
William Ewalt and Morgan Lognion
left last Saturday tor Ged to resume
work in the oil field. Mr. Ewalt is an
experienced driller, but has- been at
home for some time looking after his
farni just east of town,
Mrs. G. M. Hammil and son Ralph, of
Fenton, were m Welsh last Saturday,
shopping.
Clarence Munger of Fenton, one of
the prosperous rice farmers was in
Welsh last Saturday.
Mr. A. McMillen of Roanoke was in
Welsh last Saturday on business.
Bring your harness and shoe repair.
ing to J. R. Robicitux olfice on south
st. 5-tf
THE LAYNE PATENT
Oil and Water Well Screens W\ere Awa'ded the (;oid
Medal, and the LAYNE PATENT TRB:INE idII'
Was Awarded the Silver Medal, at the .'n... "
Exposition, San Francisco.
G. N. AYLESWORTH WELL NEAR ELTON
There are over 400 Wells completed their Rice before 5A, M, June 27th
with Layne Patent Screen and equip- We can do as well for you.
ed with Layne Patent Pumps watering ' If your pump is installed in a dug pit
the present Louisiana Rice Crop, all and is not producing the amont of wa
of which are giving ABSOLUTE SATIS. ter it should, let us install a steal pit
FACTION. i and Layne Pun,) for you and greatly
We are prepared to start on a new increase the amount of water you are
well for you TOMORROW and run now producing.
DAY and NIGHT unlil same is complet If you have a steel pit 'pump which
ed. We started drilling a new well is not a Layue, that is not giving sat.
tor Hollins Bros., near Fenton, La., isfaction let us install a Lavne Pump
June 21st at 9P. M. and had same com.r in this same pit for you on a guarantee
pleted, including the installation of the ý of A3SOLUTE SATISFACTION OR NO
MONEY. Any pit 24 inches inside di.
Steel Pit and Layne Pump at midnight ameter will permit the installation of a
June 26th, and they were pumping on Layne Pump.
We will take the risk, you can be the judge
Remembe,, all Layne Work and Materials Fully Gutranteed
WRITE WIRE PHONE
Layne & Bowler Co.,
Welsh, La. Crowley, La.
Mark Twain Was Once Asked:
"Of all your books, which do you
consider the best?"
To which he promptly replied
"MY BANK BOOK"
How to Get One
Earn some
Spend less
And place the balance to your credit in
The Calcasieu Trust
and Savings Bank
Welsh Office
E. C. Willard, Mgr. : : E. F. Hardcastle, Ast.
Why He Cut His Hair.
There is a certain surgeon in Boston
who had, some months ago, a very
splendid crop of hair. Although the
surgeon is not old, his hair is snow
white, and he is very proud of its
beauty. He wore it parted in the mid
dle and rather long, and it fluffed
luxuriantly on either side of the part.
The impulse toward a change in hair
dressing came to the surgeon in this
manner: He had operated upon a
woman, and was bending over her as
she began to come out of the ether.
She opened her eyes for a moment,
and then closed them again. Then
with a long sigh and in a rapt voice
she said: "What a beautiful white
chrysanthemum!" The students pres
ent exploded, and now the surgeon
wears his hair cut as close as a gen
tleman may.
Had No Faith in Lawyers.
"Do I believe in lawyers?" said the
little man, bitterly. "No, sir; I do
not." "Why not?" asked his compan
ion. "Because a lawyer never says
right out what he means," retorted the
small man, viciously. "He twists
things about so. Suppose he wanted
to tell you that two and two make
four, he'd begin: 'If by that particu
lar arithmetical rule known as addi
tion we desire to arrive at the sum
of two added to two, we should find
-and 'I say this boldly, without fear
of contradiction-I repeat, we should
find by that particular arithmetical
formula hereinbefore mentioned-and,
sir, I take all responsibility for the
statement I am aboutto make-that
the sum of the two given added to the
other two would be four.' No, sir,"
finished the little man, coldly; "I do
not believe in lawyers."

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