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IE PERSOL MENTION
Don't let the ants bother you
gdt a bottle of Pyroto at Kimballs
tr. Farmer bring us your pro
duce potatoes, eggs, butter, veg
etables and all kinds of rice, Kim
balls wants it phone 34.
Mrs. Arthur Romero and baby
spent last week at the honme of
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lognion.
Mr. and Mrs. Albon Estelette
and baby Louise were here Sun
ady visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Romero.
Are you insured against Tor
nado? W. M. Colbert, Agent.
tMrs. Arthur Romero and little
son Arthur JIr. left Wednesday
for Rayne and Lafayette to visit
friends and relatives.
Messrs. T. B. McMillian and R.
A. Todd were in Lake Charles
Sunday making a visit to the
elsh patients who aire at tlie
Fresh fish every Tluesday ofl
. 5 at Kimballs.
Mir. Phillip Miller of Jennings
was a Welsh business visitor
' Messrs. John Mallett and Hen
ry Bayhl of Jennings, well known
business men were in Welsh Mon
day, distributing advertising mat
ter for the big Elks play which
will take place at the W. C. T. U.
4uditorium next Tuesday night.
This plaf promises to be an inter
esting onre and will attract a great
deal of attention.
Fire, Life, Tornado, Compensa
tion Insurance. W. M. Colbert,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Barbee and
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hebert left
Tuesday for Beaumont to witness
the big parade on Wednesday.
They got only as far as Vinton
where they found out that the
roads between there and Orange
were impassable so they returned
Mr. Robt. L. Craig of Plainview
Texas and his brother James L.
Craig of Rayne were in Welsh
Wednesday looking after bus
siness matters and shaking hands
with old time friends.
Ex. Mayor John Gamble of Jen
nings was a Welsh visitor Wed
-.....e are proud of the confidence
doctors, druggists and the public
have in. 666 Chill and Fever Tonic
Mrs. WV. F. Mills of Lafayette
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Thayer, are guests of relatives
A letter from Dr. LaCour the
first of the week stated that he
was in New Orleans on his way
to Abita Springs.
- Mrs. C. B. Moore and daughter,
rnice , of Port Arthur are the
s at the home of G. W. Yan
tis, had4ng come over to pay Mr.
and Mrs.. Yantis a visit before
their departure for the north.
Dr. B. .1. LaCour returned to
Welsh Thursday evening. His
health has improved greatly andl
he announces that lie will resume
practice Monday June 16th.
Take a 1oltle of Phe oni your
trilp it will ( 'liuch n thait thirst.
Get it at Kinihull's.
\1lis Irma Riohilnson lwho has
lbien visiiing relatives and sight
s:"cing in Ohio, Vest Va., )ist of
Columbia and Kansas for the past
fouir montlis returned hmoe Tues
(lav night on No. 102. She reports
a most excellent time.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hollins of
I ale (Tharlks were the guests of
\irs. Rollins' mother, Mrs. Adami
Are you iinsu relI against 'Tor
nalo? V. M. Colbert, Agent.
Messrs. Xini. Ewvall andMorgami
Lognmioa left last weeL for New
(trleans, where (hey were to un
(lergio operatiions, \Ir. Ewall fo r
apcndicitis and lr. Iongion for
iiobllne arisUin, he sltates, from: a
1)FIrer operation. Friends hope
to see themii hay Iomie again
s5011 and in goold heIalth.
NIs. MI. L. Vrent i(c' came howe
Ifromn St. I'atricks sanitarium Sun
day on No. 10). Although not ful
I recovered from thlie effects of
the recent operation she is report
ed to he iimproving rapi(lly.
Raymond Aliell, oldest son of
Mr. andt Mrs. Chas. Abell left sun
day night for Tyler Texas, where
hie will piursue a business course
at the :rTyler Commercial College.
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain
killer. It relieves pain and sore
ness caused yb Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Sprains, etc.-Adv
Mr. and Mrs. John Cosner are
here from Apalachacola, Fla., pay
ing a visit to G. W. Cosner and
Mrs. Leonard Corhello who un
derwent an operation at St. Pat
ricks sanitarium last Saturday
afternoon is reported to be get
ting along as well as can be ex
pected at the present.
J. M. Barnette and family of
Kinder were guests of D. C. Bot
torff and family Sunday.
......Rub-My-Tism is a powerful
antiseptic; it kills the poison
caused from infected cuts, cures
old sores, tetter, etc.-Adv.
Miss Hazel Best spent Sunday
visiting in Lake Charles.
Mrs. H. C. LaCour accompanied
Mr. LaCour to Orange Sunday,
the Professor .being one of the
players in the Welsh base ball
Bread, Yes; Same as usual
fresh every day at Kimmiball's.
r, The Misses Beatrice and Ruth
te Abbott left Sunday night for a
1- two months visit in Texas. They
r. will visit their grandparents, Mr.
"e and Mrs. W. L. Lawrence at
Thrall, Texas and other relatives
and friends at Taylor, Texas.
is Miss Fern Van Ness was visit
d +ing at Lacassine Sunday.
Wesley Todd accompanied the
ball team to Orange Sunday.
A fresh shipment of Heinz pick-e
els just in at Kimballs.
s !Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LaCour are
II making preparations to leave
ºf Welsh soon. Mr. LaCour has ac
t cepted a position in Lafayette
;- j) rislh, as principal of the junior
s lighl school at Broussard. Mrs.
L (our will teach the primary
g ialc. 'Th'lev will leave Sunday
f n iht 1f1r Huston for observation
,f ' irk at the Louisiana Industrial
SI stitule, after which they will !
: it irelatives and friends at
S(: oudirant and Moreauville, La.
G. 1. Holing of Lake Charles
? is a isitor in \Velsh Tuesday
, l--- - .- ------- ct
- I Fresh Fish every Thursday 1
a ternoon on No. 5. at Kimblhll's
i Messrs. E. II. Holing, F. C. Hart.
e, : d t. W. Larz left Tuesdlay night
afri New Orleans on business.
Mliss Henrietta Thomac, it is i
cn nlounced, will not return lo c
' \`elsh to teach school the coming I
_ h irm, as she has contracted for a
f p ýsition in the Carencro high
- si hool, Lafayette, parish, where(
she will do high school work.
i 666 has more imitations than c
- any other chill and fever tonic t
e on the market, but no one wants I
e imitations. They are dangerous t
things in the medicine line.-Adv i
S(Ceorge \Vhitworth has return
. ed to his home at Jeanerette, after
a pleasant visit with his brother
in-low and sister Rev. and Mrs. i
F. \V. ArchibalVHosch. I
`, M. L. Hurlbut and family of
II Lake Charles were Welsh visit
- While our supply lasts we can :
- sell you Alona Brand Caflee at <
Sthe old price of . 1.25 per pail call I
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr have I
received advice from their son,
f Ed., stating' that he arrived at
- Camp Mills, N. Y. on the 2nd day
of June and in consequence ex
pecting him home soon.
SMliss Violet Bottorff of Crowley
s is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Jas.
Heistand this week.
, C. L. Abell and Webb Harris
were in Lake Charles Thursday, I
bringing home two new Olds- C
l mobiles for the Welsh Garage.
, LOANS on well located im
a proved farm property at 7per.
cent. We will be pleased to have
an opp~ortunity for explaining our
tilan to those in the market for
I Farm Loans. Southwest Louisi
anra Farm Mortgage Co., Inc.,
E. C. Willard, Local Representa
- tie Chas. F. Jeter, Agent.
M ris. P. H. Bourgeois and nep
hew Mark Lotinger left Thursday E
mIorninig fcri IHouma.
H. S. (Greer was a Lake Charles
A. H. McBurney returned Tues
(lay night from Prairie Home,
iii., where he had been to attend
the funeral of his father, the late
XWiim. McBurnejr, who died, at
Hollywood, California, last week.
The sad mission took Mr. Mc
Burney back to his old Illinois
home for the first time in twenty
years. Although g~eft changes
had tlien place he says that he
encountered many people and
places that were familiar to him
in spite of the lapse of time
since his last visit.
Only the best companies. W.
M. Colbert, Agent.
Mr. and Mrs. Aristile Benoit
and daughter, Ida Merle, left on
No. 7 Wednesday evening for
Stuttgart, Arkansas, where they
will visit W. E. Byerly and family
and enjoy a well earned vacation.
dRoanokedefeated Lake Arthur
second team Wednesday after
noon in a nine inning game play
ed on the Roanoke diamond by a
score of 9 to 3. The game was r
watched by a crowd of fans, and
among them a number from I
Full line of wagon and buggy
material always on hand at
by local appilastoa ther esalet roach
the aiseuo portios of the ear. Thb. Is
*@ **** to ascure awurhai eeaoe..
flaise conilngom of tle msogsl hmng o
the Ruataohlea T~. Wham this tub I
lMIb~mf you hav (Ma~ tI llugee or toa
Pere~ hee4.& aa o
.rstoro4 to em. fhisNI ub.L~
'be dustroyogn tisre ·D aOO
uo'~ re ml t b uou mrfuee o tUho
~·f~Ihi~a :~~rrr orm Ipaau-rL
W* w~~'9·i gave '. Nl~dia~re#r l
Mrs. Nellie Smyth, chief oper
ator at the Planters' Telephone
exchange, left Thursday on No.
10 for New Orleans, her former
home, where she will spend a two
weeks' vacation period visiting
relatives and friends. During the
ab)sence of Mrs. Smyth from duty
Miss Ruby Cason will officiate as
chief operator at the exchange.
and its business affairs will be in
charge of Miss Leota Robinson.
M\lr. and Mrs. (G. 13. Yantis left
'T'hursday nigh t for Pittsburg,
Penn, n here they will visit hteir
son, Sidlney and family. They
will be absent about two months
and will spendl some time in and
around Chicago, visiting relatives
and old friends. They had intend
ed to make the trip by auto but
on account of the excessive rains
abondonedl the iden.
iMr. arind Mrs. \V. M. Colbert and
daughter. l)orothly, left yesterday
miorning for Waco,. Texas, for a
visit with Mirs. Colbert's parents.
dir. Colbert expects to be absent
ahout ten (lays but Mrs. Colbert
'ill prohally stay longer.
The many friends of Miss An
ettle Weldon are pleasedl to learn
Ithatl she has so far recovered f'ronm
her recent operation as to be able
to return home. Shle cuHIe on No.
A. I. Cline returned Thursday
a!fternoon fromI St. Patrick's san
itariumi where he underwent an
operation. lIe is reported to be
Messrs. W\'. E. Faught and
Oscar Yantis spent Saturday and
Sunday at Alexandria, attending
the annual meeting of the order
of Hoo Hoo. It is reported that at
this session Oscar became for the
first time affiliated with this frat
ernal order who's emblem rep
resents the black cat in a mid
night attitude, however, when
(juestione(l he was not over-com
mnunicative on the subject, an
swering questions with a know
ing smile and a simple nod of the
Notice to Rebekahs..
All members of Rebekah Lodge
No. 55 are urgently requested to
attend the next regular meeting
of the Lodge on Fridiay, June 20.
Election of Officers will take place
at the meeting, besides otlher inm
Auto Repairing, Parts and
Accessories, Oils, Greases
BACON GARAII COMPANY
LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS
Southwest Louisiana Farm itg. Co.,
E. C. Willard, Local Representative
Chas. F. Jeter, Agent
PROTECT YOUR WORKMEN
FG G. SEWARD
COPL~iU NSU~4NE $RRICI
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USE WHITE LEAD AND OIL
It is ground by nmachinery
Lasts from 10 to 15 years
When properly mixed by me
the only way
Compare the Cbst With.Other
Let me explain the advantages
Estimates furnished. First-class
references if required. Shop Jo
'cated near school house, in rear
of A. R. Miller's residence.
-W. A. BURGES
John T. Hood
ATTORNEY AT LAW I
and Notary Public
Will practice in all the Courts of this 4
parish, and Supreme and Federal
Office in Calcasieu Trust & Savings
Bank building. Welsh, La.
Offmce R2 -. lesidene 50
--- ------ I
We Weld broken parts of
Tractors, Pumps, Engines,
Boilers or anything made
417 Ryan St. Phone 1213
LAKE CHARLES, LA.
C. L. Davis:
Draying, Hauling -and
Heavy Machine Moving
Phone 85 Welsh, La.
Fred J. Johnson
Shop North of Ice House¬
Charles E. Carr
Fire Life Aeeident 1e
SWorkmaen's Compensationl I
Real Estate and Rentals
~Yi~r~o a~~esV Ofc2IR47
o Am offering lily house and lot
g for sale. Parties wishing to buy
e will please consult me. Mrs.
y Grace Norris, 604 Hodges Street,
s Lake Charles, La.
n Found-Key ring containing 4
button hooks, 5 door keys, etc.
Owner can have same by paying
t for this adv. Journal office.
r FOR SALE-Ford car in good or
Y der-half price. Enquire at Journal
d office, Welsh, La . n82tp
l For Sale--2 horse power' gas
t oline engine in excellent condit
s ion. Se R. M. Gray. . 14-- i
FOR SALE--Excelsior Plums
l 30 cents per gallon at the orchard.
y L. T. Davis. Jun 14tf
. "For Sale
I "Ford Car" Best car in the par
1 ish for the price, perfect running
order, instrument . hoardl speed
ometer,; four new tires, if taken
_ this week will... sell.. for... $325.00
Three hundred and twenty five
ibollars, act quick or you will miss1
e a big bargain. To see car come to
U. B. parsonage at Roanoke, call
up or write to,
W. Lomit Childress,
S. Roanoke Louisiana
SWANTED-A lot of readers to
e fully understand that this column
is a very valuable medium of ex
change. Many good sized dteals
J have been pulled off through its
I agency. The tariff is mild-only
five cents per line.
t Lame Back Relieved.
e For lame back apply Chamber
- lain's Liniment twice a dlay and
_ masage the muscles of the back
- over the seat of pain thoroughly
1 at each application.
- GIRLS! LEMON JUICE
SIS SKIN WHITENER
How to make a creamy beauty lo
tion for a few cents.
The juice of two fresh lemons
strained into a bottle containing
three ounces of orchard white
· makes a quarter of a pint of the
Smost remarkable lemon skin
beautifier at about the cost one
Sordinary cold creams. Care
- should be taken to strain the
lemon juice through a fine cloth
so no lemon gets in, then this lo
tion will keep fresh for months.
Every woman knows that lemon
juice is used to bleach arid re
move such blemishes as freckles,
sallowness and tan and is the
ideal skin softener, whitener a'nd
Just try it! Get three ounces
of orchard white at any drug
3 store and two lemons from the
grocer and make up a pint of this
sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and
masage it daily into the face, neck
arms and hands. or95
Perhaps you have never though
of iof it, but the disorder is due
to a lack of moisture in the resi
Idual matter of the food. If youi
will drink an abundance of water,
eat raw fruits and take lots of
outdoor exercise, you may be able
1 eventually to overcome it entirely
In the meantime use the most
mild and gentle laxatives. Strong
and harsh cathartics take too
nmuch water out of the system and
make a bad matter worse. Cham
berlain's Tablets are easy and I
pleasant to take, and most agree
able in effect. Give them a trial.
Succession of J. L. Byerly, De
ceased, No. 308.
Fifteenth Judicial District Court
of Louisiana, Sitting in and
For the Parish of Jet
......By virtue of an order of the
Honorable Court aforesaid and
a commission I-ssued thereundert
to me directed as administrator
of said suecession, I will offer for
sale at public auction to the high
est bidder on the premises of the?
property... below... described,... on
MONDAY, JULY 7th, 1919,
between legal hours the following
described immovable property.
belonging to said. succession, be
ing sold for the purpose of pay
ing debts'of said succession and
described as follows, to-wit:
The north thirty-t4yo (32) feet
of Lots One (1) and Two*(2) and1
the south thirty-two feet of Lots
S~ven (7) and Eight (8), ll in
Block jumber fourteen (14) of
the Town of Welsh, Jefferson Da
vis Parish, Louisiana, together
with all the improvements there
!on situated and thereto belonging.
Termls: One Thousand Five
Hundred and no-W00 Dollars ($1,
500.00) cash, And the balance in
thee (3) equal annual install
mnents condltiined for the pay,.
iment of iterestat eight <8) pert
·cent per. annam on all deferred
Arayments, stipulating for ten (10)
per cent attorneys' fees, the same
to be seciuded by speeala mort
gae and venidorklien on the prop
erty so sold, the puirchaser to
have the right to pay any or all
ofdd r~e~~~to luaturity.
Motion Picture Business Changes
I' Friday morning the Manage
t meat of the Motion Picture bus
y ness which has been conducted
s. by H.S. Greer under the title of
t, Welsh Motion Picture Co., be
came vested in the new owners,
Mesdames L. King of .Jennings
4 and G. B. Everett of New Orleans.
C. The new owners are sisters and
.g both are exlperienced exhibitors
of Motion Pictures. Mrs King
owns the Princess Theatres in
r- Lake Arthur and Jennings, while
a1 Mrs. Everett owns a theatre in
Good Omens Surely.
SThle Methodist Church's great
Centenary drive h a s already
plrovnen a wonderful success.
Ts he millions asked for are over
. assuredl. The missionary work
L of the Church at home andl
albroadl has been given such finan
cial suoport that it can be broad
- Ienel, enlarged, and placcdl upoII
g a five year lbasis. At the end of
- that time it will he renewedl nev
n cri' to be allowed to slop.
O The Salvation Army drive for
e home service funds deserved its
s over the top. The people recog
o nize the worth of the service they
II render, and in all cities there will
be a prompt and ready response
to the demand for further sunis.
No money explended for chari
table work nets a higher return
" than that invested with the Salva
a tion Army. You get one hundred
Scents on the dollar in efficiency
S and saving evangelism.
s Such canmpa gns are surely
Y goodl omens. Men have realizedl
that their brother's welfare con
cerns them more and more. The
world is too close together to let
a social laissez faire theory con
:I tinue to control the progress of
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Sunday, June 15th.
10:00 a. mn.-Sunday School. A
place for everyone.
11:00 a. in.-"Heart Products," a
message for the children by the
5 pastor. At this service new
g members will be received. Bap
e tismnal service for children.
e 3:30 p. m.-Junior League.
7 7:30 p. m.-Epworth League.
e 8:30 p. m-"College Bells," a
e Childrens' Day Program will
e be given by the Sunday School.
This is a very interesting as
well as entertaining program,
and the committee in charge
n has spared no pains in prepar
ing it. You may expect some
" thing splendid. Do not miss it.
e Let all the children come. And
may they not have the pleasure
of seeing "mama" and "daddy"
g You can render .your country
e no greater service than to do your
B duty by the children. Come to
church with them.
ROBERT L. WELDON,
Fire, Life, Tornado, Compensa
Stion Insurance. W. M. Colbert
[ 666 quickly relieves Constipa
tion, Billiousness, Loss of Appe
tite and Headache, due to torpid
t The world will never be as bad
as some people think it is or as
good as they think it ought to be.
I """~rc~r · r
~~~~'~7 w. 1n winMM
John .Deere Wago
Are Light Running
This is the first thing owners say of thi
John Deere Wagon-"it is light running."
has always been noted for its easy pulJ
for its attractive and substantial appearanc.
and for its "lasting" qualities.
S IT IS THE PITCH AND GATHE
On every John Deer Wagon the wee
carry the correct dish and the axles have as
curate gather-no binder or dragging.
skeins have the proper pitch-the heavis
load is carried on plumb spokes. Steel do
pins keep the gear in alignment.
OAK AND HICKdRY
Oalk is used where strength is req
hickory where both strength dnd resil
i needed-that's why John Mere W
Mutual Warehouse Co., 1
Foiw0 the 'e
If you are sine
frorm any weakness
regularity or distres
the he art you should
this rh lible medicin,
Thou- ds have
bencefited by its use,
Mrs. Mary E. Sheafer,
rePhalpief , Pa., found
Srelief. She writes:
fi '' it Ihad not
fi Iºr TrH
mernt 1 1 have died,
I c1 recovery to
Suppose you get a otk
this mediriic today and 4
Money bach if first bottle
to relieve or satisfy.
SOLD BY ALL DRU
f T o P rI ee nt B elch i ig
\lak'e regular habit of
sloWly, Hldsiiciate your-fld
oughly, anltl you may hasyo
tiler troulie. IIf you sh
one of (lmauolberlain's Taoim
mI)ediatlJ rfl'ter supper.-,:J,
Old iman 1)oodle says tbig
he has fuind out what
crelle is he wonders why the
ion authoritics do not dea
bathing suits le mnadeito,
UFT OFF CORIS
Apply few drops then a
touchy corns off wi1.
Doesn't hurt a bit!
tie Freezone on an.
instantly that corn
then you lift it right
A tiny bottle of F
but a few cents at any
but is sufficient to
hard corn, soft corn,
tween the toes, and t
without soreness or
Freezone is the se
covery of a Cincinnati