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Swel Steel Ranges
a a t the Meatrated
tFROIT,$ rTOVB WORKS
Whd Wt be thbe? JIP
,nt Plant int
World because it built the
Stoves and Ranges
Cost No More
than common stoves Why risk buy
We reme.nd them. .
L. L. MORSE & SONS,
- ED LYONS, Proprietor,
E Next to Journal 'Office, Welsh, La.
·-: ·Fresh Fruits, Fish and Meats
and evrrything in Season.
Hot anu Cold Lunches at all Hours.
Patronage of the Public Respectfully Solicited,
iie F. J. WEST
When in need of FEED of all kinds. He will
give you the benefit of the market and will sell for
CASH only and at a small profit.
• " Also a. Choice Town Lots
Si $ toje West & West sub-division. Procure one at once as they are going
fast. Terms to suit purchaser.
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i '' , An Oil (usher,". -
"A Rice Farm,"
.: 1-"A Happy Home."
!ti How to buy or how to sell! See
SE. F. ROWsON & COMPANY, I
-.. -" The Old Reliable Firm, $
Our Rice Mills
Are Both lIunninr Full Time.
Bring Us Your Rice
and get the BEST RESULTS ATTAINABLE.
MONEY ADVANCED WITHOUT INTEREST on rice left
with us for milling and returns made in 30 days when so desired.
If you do not care to mill see us anyhow. We pay highest
market price for the rough.
THE JENNINGS RICE MILLING CO1 Ltd
C. S. MORSE, Manager, W. T. HUTCHESON, Supt.,
Jennings, La. Welsh, La.
Does Engine Repairing o~"'ail
kinds. and also carries a complete
line of Pipe and Fittings, hydraul
ic, piston and valve tn packings.
M. B. VAN INESS, aFrtop.
L*000 0"00 000"0"000.0*"Ooogoo DQooo.....
LOL4 AN D PERSONAL.
Table linen at PAUL W. DANIELS'.
Fresh meat at Prentice & Prentice. I
A.IE. Bell was a Lake Charles bus
inesf visitor Friday evening.
Geo. C. Vidette, was here from
Beaumont the guest of friends.
George H. Tinker, of Crowley at
tended to business here Monday.
R. Trezevant, of Estherwood, trans
acted business in this city Tuesday.
See the JOURNAL for wedding invi
tations and visiting cards.
T. McCann, of Lake Charles, was a
business visitor in this city Tuesday.
C. P. Moore, of Greenburg, Ky.,
arrived here Monday to look over the
Go to your new telephone card and
look for 46.
H. Roberto, of DeKalb, Ill., is in
this city this week attending to busi
- Mrs. Mark Prentice visited her par
ents in Lake Charles from Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr returned
1 Friday from attending the carnival
p Ray Patterson left Monday night
for Bowling Green, Ky., to enter a
G. B. Speed, an oil expert of Beau
mont, Texas, arrived here Tuesday to
P examine the qualities of Welsh oil.
N. L. Kelly returned Saturday from
a week's business trip to Houston,
El Campo and other points in Texas.
Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Oats at
1 Joe Black, of the implement firm of
Black Bros & Company, was over
from Jennings Monday and Tuesday.
attending to business matters.
Miss Leota Robinson returned to
Roanoke Saturday, after spending
several days in Welsh visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. W. Armstrong.
W. P. Weber, G. H. Ellins and H.
G. Eddy, all Lake Charles oil mag
nates,, were here Tuesday looking
II after their interests in the oil field.
Car load of Rice Sacks
just in. Paul W. Daniels.
Henry Slathower, of Yale, Iowa,
came down the latter part of last week
to look after his rice farming interests.
g He was a pleasant caller at thi' office
After a protracted stay here visiting
friends and attending to his 1farmiing
interests, C. W. Lahman xretmirned
S Tuesday. o his home in Franklin
* Geo. W. Cosner returned: Friday
from a ten day's business trip- to his
old home at Virginia, Ill. He reports
prosperous times in the vicinity of his
" former home.
" About fifty persons alighted from
" the westbound train here Friday noon
on an oil prospecting expedition.
" Since the gusher came in the town has
* been filled with strangers.
" Carload of Crown Pat
ent Flour juss received at
W. H. Simmons, Welsh; F. M.
Brosher, Homer, Ky.; Henry Slath
ower, of Yale, Iowa; and Thomas
Baxter, Hot Springs, South Dakota,
became new readers of the JOURNAL
The first barrel of Welsh oil was
sold Monday to the Calcasieu mill,
and since then both local mills have
been using the home product for fuel.
It is said to be better than either the
Beaumont or Jennings oil.
Highest prices paid for hides of all
kinds, o'possum and squirrel.
Clyde Moore and sister,.Miss Ethel,
left Friday morning for Des Moines,
Iowa, to enter college. Claud Kelly
accompanied them as far as St. Louis
and from there he went to Chillicothe,
Mo., to enter a normal school.
Mrs. J. F. Tubbs, Mrs. John H.
Cooper and daughter, Miss Leab,
Misses Eldia Goodreau and Arlie Sin
gleton and J. G. Sherfy returned Sat
urday noon from attending the No
Tsu-Oh carnival in Houston. Owing
to the floods in Texas they were on
the road eighteen hours.
• At the home of Postmaster and Mrs.
C. A. Austin Tuesday four genera
tions were represented. There were
present Mr. and Mrs. Albert Austin,
of Iowa; their son, C. A. Austin, and
Iwife, of this city; their daughter, Mrs.
C. C. Cary, of Kansas City. and her
daughter and son, Jeannette and Ed
ward. Mrs. Austin, the great grand
mother, is 75 years old; Mr. Austin,
the grandfather, 51; Mrs. Cary, the
mother, 31, and the children ten and
eight respectively. This was their
first meeting since the golden wedding
anniversary of the elder Austins in
Iowa in 19(00.
Ready for felgery.
My stock of fruit trees will be ready
for delivery from about the middle of
November on. Those desiring nur
sery stock for this season's delivery
should send in their orders as early
as possible. JAS. GLICK,
Taken up at my farm seven miles
southeast of Welsh, one cow and calf
S1 on left hip. Owner can have the
same by proving property and paying
damages. A. A. SUTTER,
I . 1i
Many careful Business and Profes
sional Men carry their accounts here.
Pleased to add your name to the
OFFICERS: L. Kaufman, President;
0. Fulton, Vice President; W. W.
DIRECTORS: L. Kaufman, O. Ful
A. P. Pujo, Geo. Lock. R. R. Arcen
eaux, A. E. Bell, F. L. Lewis.
Dici of 0oMr0o11r ofthe Currency
WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 11, 1902.
Whereas, by satifactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "THE
WELSH NATIONAL BANK." in the
Town of Welsh, Parish of Calcasieu,
and State of Louisiana, has complied
with all the provisions of the United
States, required to be complied with
before an association shall be ay
thorized to commence the business of
Now therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the
Currency, do hereby certify that "The
Welsh National Bank," in the Town
of Welsh, Parish of Calcasieu, and
State of Louisiana, is authorized to
commence the business of Banking as
provided in Section Fifty one hundred
and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes
of the United States.
i--- In testimony whereof wit
SEAL. ness my hand and seal of
office this eleventh day of
T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
A3MENDM3ENT TO CHARTER OF
Calcsiau Impleenent Co., Ltd.
STATE or I.°L'ITSIANA,)
PARIISH OF (;ALC.\IEUC
Before me, Lee E. lobinson. & duly commis
sioned andl qualified notary public, on this
day personally came and appeared Paul W.
Daniels, '1 homns R. McMillan and H. S. Dan
iels, all residents of said parish and state, each
of whom declared unto me that they collect
ively owned all the stock of the Welsh Imple
ment and Vehicle Company. Limited, and that
at a special stockholders' mc.eting of said cor
poration held at its office in the town of \; elh
at the expiration of fifteen (1l5) days notice as
required by its charter, sid meeting being
held on the seventh day of December. A. D.
1o01, said charter was aniended by a vote of
all of the stock present and represented, so
that articles one, two and eight (1, 2 and t)
should read as herein set forth, ilnstead as pro
vided in the original act of incorporation; and
as so amended they shall govern the corpora.
tion in the future.
The name and title of this company shall he
"Calcasieu Inltlement Company, Limited," in
which name it shall enjoy a succession of
uroperty and all of the powers, authority,
rights, privileges and immunities vested by
law in corporations: ani its dlonicile or prin
cipal place of business shall be in Welsh, Cal
cnasien parish, Louisiana.
The purposes atid objects for which this cor
poration is established, and the natulre of bus
Iness to be carried on by it are declared to be:
to conduct ai general retail inlplenent and
miercantile usiness; to buy, sell, owni. mort
gage orhypothecate real estate or any charac
tir of movable property: to issue notes, drafts,
checks or other evidences of debt: to conduct
a farming, canal. irrigation, advancing, rice
milling, either public or private warehouse
busilless, and to perfor all acts necessary for
or incident to any of the above enumlerated
branches of business.
This corporation can be dissolved or any
portion of its charter amended at either a reg
ular or specinlcall of the stockholders meeting
by a favorable vote of three-fourthsa (y) of the
stock present or represented at nscli meeting.
In case of the dissolution of the incorporation
by liquidation, expiration of time, or a decree
of court, the stockholders shall elect three (:)
commissioners to act as liquidators and to
wind up the corporate affairs in aecordance
with the res-lutions of the stockholders' meet
ing appoinlting them. Witness their signa
tures hereto in my presentce, and that of V.
\\'ainwriuht and ('. J. c\ ildman, competent
and lawful witnesses, iln the towt of Welsh,
this seventh day of Decemlier. A. 1. 1001, each
appearer sItbscrlbing tile number of shares
which they own respectively after their signa
tures hereto. (Signed)
H. 8. DA'Ie.s, Nine Shares.
PAUL \\. DNIEsLe, Seventeen Shares.
THs. 'a. H. McMiILLA., Twenty-six Shares.
C. J. WIIONAT.
' t ClrL. d Etic E. Ro rysoNe.
STATR OF LOIIIIANA,)
Office of Clrlk of Court 1Ith Judicial Circuit.
I hereby certitfy that the above and forego
ing is a true and correct copy of the original
amenedment to charter, tiled ill my office on the
10th day o f .l., A. I1. 1)02. and recorded on
thll 12th day of J.luly. A. D. 11)02, in book 7
of mortagea, pages 5:i0 et seq.
J . In tesatinmony whereof, witness my
sv.sa..; official signature anti seal at Lake
'--- ('harles. Louisiana, on this 14th day
of July. A. D. 1l0t2.
)AVI) H. LEVINSTON,
Deputy Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder.
RICE LANDSI OIL
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lRemember you prospective buyers of Farmts,' ljjEj. ""
Lands or Oil Lands, we can surely save you money.
We have a large list of Louisiana and 'Dexas rice
lands we can sell from $5.00 to $40.00 per aere. We
do not own the earth but are agents for a good A d ;'":
slice of its suface, and with our long expelien f nd
personal knowledge of rice lands are coipet i, to
help you make your selections either in Louisiaan or.
Texas lands. We invite you to call or writeus for any
information. Will gladly furnis me on hortnutice.
DWIGANS & CAR, .
OFFICES : "
ORANGE LAWD (:0, i it
Rice, Sugar ain?4 >
Timber rLa c'~
S reasonable terms, at ..om * 5.0o to
SFfR SAJ E" per acre, according.to Q~ality and locati
These lands are in solid blocks a "nd nave
been culled. Some of them are under irrigation catal . '=Pply t
4 JAtIES ELLIS, J.. B. WATKIN
4 WELSH, LA. LAKE OIIArLES, g;
4riN o M e1
LEON CHAVANN E,
Fire, Accident and Tornado, Insiur
No. 727 Ryan Street. Long Distance Phone No. 097.
La1ke Cba arles, - 2Louisia
FOR SALE--One second hand well
outfit for rice irrigating wells, up to
date and in good repair. One of the
fastest machines ever put up.
J. F. RiTTER'S MACHINE SHOP,
Full line house furnishing goods
Call and see. PAUL W. DANIELS.
It is said that more new buildings
are at present under course of con
struction in Welsh than at any time
in the history of the town. Many
are the speculators and investors who
flock here daily because of the oppor
tunities and possibilities presented.
With the oil and rice industry no
small town in the south has a more
promising outlook than Welsh.
Carload of Crown Pat
ent Flour just receivek at
Chas. Dantel brought to this office
Friday two bunches of sweet potatoes
from one vine that would have made
as many meals for any ordinary fam
ily. There were more than forty me
dium sized potatoes on the vine and a
score of smaller ones. They were of
the California yam variety.
Rev. C. R. Calkins and Mr. Bond,
of Spring Valley, Minn., father :and
brother-in-law of :our genial fellov -
townsman, F. D. Calkins, arrivied in
Welsh this week to spend the winter
visiting Mr. Calkins. /
The Walker Dry Goods Co pany,
Limited, was organized at J nings
this week to succeed E. F. alker.
The officers of the new comp ny are
E. F. Walker, president; E. .IWalk
er, vice-president and Miss el P.
Shear, secretary and treasur
A dark red cow, very sma, . Owner
can have same by calling a the Law
son farm. northeast of toc~n,\and pay
ing expenses and cost of this notice.
SPENWE V'.s A GJýT7 P1 -SS
Guaranteed capacity, 22 tons of hay
per day, or no pay. Its 50 inch feed
hole makes it the best for rice straw.
J A. SPENCER.
Box 55, Dwight. Ill.
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