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LET US E. r . • s ,sn O. j .+ " ey ·i. I 1 ::" ' i,,:, t• CHURCH NO zEItS. *3YTHsr DAT iDyntyg bwittdleo bid. OONGUZGAUSONAL OH3U3H: ... ohoolL at 9:oI A xoeom.. . aa. a o 113i PTu~ WhI OD7*o itag ever SudeO 11a.m.ad 7 loo. B.T. oM ax. Tolar i i evey Sunay-ati1 it m. ad'i:3 y. T. aotsras, Pastor. Da.Jto. f ;~ooo~eop. Sut Newman ransacted business Pareai, of Lake Chasrles,; l thiweek here. Mayo, of Lake Charles, was business visitor Saturday. ,e J.3 l. C.ine, of Lake s, wars here Saturday attending J matters. -Edna Coley, of Lake Charles, ii'veral days this week visiting ter, Mrs. Austin Hebert. s-Week St. Louis Repub : ee:a year if you pay a :s iton in advance for and W. P. Binyon, of here Tuesday look interests in the oil B-i ajn ýrereesenting the Col ~u1 Co.; was here Tues reposed of the Van Heuvel bbrdres of fuel oii. Tanner left Sunday night me at Mahomet, Ill., after two or three weeks here vis parents, Mr. and.Irs. J. -linger-Boggs sub-division, of twenty-eight lots located thwstern portion of town, se Saturday by Isaac consideration $1,000. odds, traveling passenger Queen & Crescent Route, sh Wednesday and made Sofice a pleasant call. H. Cooper and Dr. R. R. spent several days this ing the Louisiana State iety in session in New tt, of Beaumont, and Ira ichita, Kansas, both off tors in the Central Oil gCompany of this place, ednesday looking after interests. ,of Lake Charles, was ednesday and made the Oee a vidit. He informed -would leave the first of ad the summer at his old ginia. Ill., and of course the big fair while there. the three-year-old child of , a prosperous rice farmer Egan, :'hile playing in the a burning trash pile, was ed, and died in great .a few hours. Aid Society of the n church of Roanoke, cream social at the s Ellis, north of town, ing, May 20th. Every kford last week pur ve shares of oil stock three of H. E. Wes H. A. Davidson in the nd Development Co., $800, or a fraction tenant on the Dan est of town, brought urday 42 stalks of from one stool. hty acres of the rust he expects to har '·.ooa~°1 !P civil en ol~lege dthee. lar services will be held in the has obourb Sunday morning at i me arevival will begin and i htinue indefinitely. All are in t to be present. ere will be no school next week _be: use of ,the parisb.teapers con ,vtion which Js :to be;: held in Lake 1 rles nexawegk. After ueat week, ho ever, the school wil continue to t. ci lose. . ...t. . e t :'iss Cooper, the night operator at I thetelephone exchange, is taking a wieek's| . ,valQtlon . apd .:Mtss Pearl now the night hello girl. Miss Be strice Robinson is doing relief work. The Gulf Rice Milling Company has b~4l ged the location of its new mill. I pI tead of being built on the J. W. I IObqper place a site of five acres has bi}i purchased of C. M. Field. Plans s r,.: the new building have been ac- '7 |3d by the company and work will v n immediately. f .t - Ingt* it ':to. Lake lei sdday ;Jteln to visit n S to he rbeentats the com- 1 u !eement exercises of the high school .e 4. Mrs. C. W. Ingle's grand- d dWikhter is a member of the class of a 1994 of the Lake Charles high school. s 8' omeLife Problems' will be dealt with at the Congregational church on the next three Sundays in May, at the Rtlborag services. ' Subject for Sun- s' dsy, May 15, "The Mystery of Afflic- ri tion," or lessons, from the life of the, e' most pati~$ man. in history. This wil be'a eelpftil serVide. h, 'W. E. Sanders, secretary of the w Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, th recently organized here, after spend- re lug a day or two looking after his rice m land interests in the vicinity of Roan- se olke, went to Lake Charles Tuesday m evening, and yesterday left for" his w home in Decatur, Ill. Mr. Sanders , is a brother of Mrs. J. A. Costley, of in this place. la A Christian Endeavor society was ar organized at the Congregational church last Sunday evening. J. C. Si Welch was elected president. The ne organization will be perfected next un Sunday evening at 7:15. All young Ts people are cordially invited to unite with the society, which has for its object moral and spiritual develop- i ment of the young people. tiv The third address in the Sunday th evening services for the people will hih be given on Sunday evening at the sp Congregationalchurch. Subject: "'The Ds Eternity of Memory," or memory of itil another world. A service of song sup preceeds the address. Time of ser- Af vice 8 o'clock. Visitors most heartily wil welcome. Speak of this service to the your friends. Lo Did you ever write a letter and mis direct it and then wonder why you never got a repy? You waited and cussed and then cussed and waited; j weeks'afterwards it came back from Sa the dead letter office, provided you bal signed your name and address plain till enough for the government officials to 6 t< read it. That would all have been ha( avoided if a return card had been sor printed on your envelope. We print age envelopes for little money. is f Monday was the sixtieth birthday wit of Jas. Ellis, but the event was cele- J brated Sunday by having a reunion bee of the family. The children present ed were Misses Mertie, Jane and Laura Ma Ellis and Mrs. Oscar Sutter, daught- lou ers, and. Oscar Sutter, son-in-law. gar The grand-children were Ella D. and Io7 Laura M. Sutter. Charles B. Ellis gnu was also present. The occasion was exo a most enjoyable one.scot J. A. Carter, an architect of Lake T Charles, was here Saturday and sub- tear mitted plans and specifiqations for a Sun new school building to members of Tex the town council for consideration. has The council now has two sets of plans ette. for a school house to be' erected here this summer and it is probable that definite action will be taken at the next reguli' meeting of that body. Di The revival meeting at the Metho- of c dist church which began the first of way last week wiil probably close tonight now as there will be no services tomorrow crea evening. Rev. J. A. Carruth, pastor take of the Ebeneser church, arrived Mon- with day and has occupied the pulpit this y week. Rev. Weldon, of the Ray- cust mond and China churches, also came p in Tuesday to participate in the ser- with vices. Splendid. audiences attend mill both the afternoon and evening meet- sam ings. The public park in the south part of milk town is undergoing some much needed voe improvements. A ball diamond has mir4 been laid of and hereafter all games butt wil be played there. The park will M be fene, 'a board enclosure 500 feet writ long and eight feet hightO be built on the east side next to the public road. with A handsofle .UnphltheStre will also pain be er~oted 1* the nortbrhwest sornem p pain tx -pak ..~ eatire space on t.he plea long board enee has been taken up two' by local *od'.· ' men for advertlsingI P +,, ... .. iso, The first smi. anoul love feas* for en- the year 104 .oft the German Baptist Brethren was held in the German the Baptist church at Roanoke Saturday Sat evening, beginning at 3:30 and con and tinuing until 9. The South examina in- tion services were held in the after noon and the feetwashing and supper in the evening. Services were con oek ducted by Eld. J. C. Minix, of Roa e noke. The church was crowded, a number having been in attendance from Welsh, Jennings and surround to ing country. About eighteen menm a bers of the church will attend the at national meeting to be held in Car a thage, Mo., May 18 to 25th inclusive. a The Jennings Rice Milling Company is at this place closed down this week, 3e- finishing a season's run of a little . over eight months, five months of tas which a run of fifteen hours a day ill. was made. During that time 101,290 iV. bags, equivalent to 114,300 barrels, as were milled. which is the biggest .as showing yet reported in the rice belt. Ic- The latter part of the month the mill ill will be put in operation a few days to finish up some seed left over from ke planting, after which it will be dis mantled for repairs and improve ments, there being considerable of the ol latter contemplated. Much credit is d- due Superintendent W.F . Hutcheson of and Manager Philip Miller for the 1. success of the mill at this place. It Speaking of a party of Calcasieu n people arriving in thal.tly, Friday's le Siloam Springs, (Ark.). Republican says: The party had quite an expe rience just after starting Thursday e.evening. .When .the train reached is -Welsh, 10 miles west, of Jennings, a heavy black cloud '-*as seen to be hanging over head and a light rain to was falling. The weather was so I threatening that the conductor 1- refused to start. In a very few :e minutes a terrible hail storm 1- set in, accompanied by a tre Y mendous downpour of rain. ,Every Is window on 'the north side of the train was broken and every north window Of in the town was shattered. The hail I lay a foot deep all over the ground s and the rain fall was especially heavy. 1 S. W. Day left on the midnight train Sunday for Mahomet, Ill., where on e next Wednesday evening he will be p t united in marriage to Miss Gertrude - Tanner, a most estimable and talented B young lady of that city. Miss Tanner 9 spent last winter in Welsh and dur ing her visit Dan Cupid became ac tively engaged. Before leaving for the north it was evident that one of 1 his stray darts had pierced a vital a spot, and the sudden departure of Mr. Day for the ostensible purpose of vis F iting the Worlds Fair occasioned no surprised oro the part of his friends. After the cerct;nny Mr. and Mrs. Day will 'spend two or three weeks viewing the sights at the big exposition in. St. Louis and visiting other points of in- 0 terest. We extend con! ratulations in advance. Iowa Meets Defeat. The Welsh Cardinals went to Iowa Saturday afternoon and defeated the - ball team of that place in a very pret tily played game, the score standing 6 to 2. It was the first time the locals had played away from home this sea son, and the fact that they won against the strong Iowa aggregation is sufficient to rank the Welsh club with any in the rice belt. J. R. Jones, who has heretofore been a puzzle to our boys, was pound ed all over the lot, while the slants of Martin, Welsh's pitcher, kept the Iowa boys guessing throughout the - game, having struck out ten men. The Iowa boys put up.a splendid fielding game, while that of Welsh was par excelleht. In the first inning Welsh scored two runs and the game was never in doubt afterwards. Tomorrow afternoon the Mayville team is billed for a game here and Sunday it is possible that the Orange, Texas, boys will be here. A game has also been arranged with Lafay ette. Letter to S. Blackford. WELSH, LA. SDear Sir: There are several ways of cheating in milk. An oild-fashined way is to water it. Nobody waters it now. A better way is to take out the cream-rich milk with the cream taken out is as good as poor milk with its cream all in. You don't rob your milk and your customers. Paint is as easy as milk to cheat with. Good paint is as rare as good milk, for human nature is much the same in milkmen and paint men. You are just and true with your milk; so are we with our paint. De. - yoe lead and zinc is twice as good as mixed paints. There's twice as much A butter in it. Mr. J. T. Ladd, Cheraw, S. C., writes: "When'Mr. Evans painted his house with Devoe. he figured on how other paints covered and had enough left to paint three large rooms. He was so pleased that he has used Devoe on two other houses." A F. W. DEVOE & Co. 36 New York. O A Wondertul Remedy Conmpoed of pur0ely vqsgoblo p .tl immUluey naim. COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS Will cor. Coasmapdo. ia Its srlt, sages The Great Family. Medicine For childrea in cases of Whk Cough and Croup is laval PER BOTLrr'so CENTS. JACAWA MEDICINE CO. P.. sea lo1 N1Osw lau For sale by BILLoN'S PHARMACY. ANTHONY HEBERT. City Barber, Next to Cooper's Drugptor Hot and Cold Baths, Agent for Lake Charles Laundry. C. E. WOOTEN, (Formerly of North Louislna.) Attorney at Law, Titles examined, Charters drawn, Abstracts furnished. Will practice in the courts at Lake Charles. SOF"ICES WELSH AND JENNINGS, LA. Offices connected by long distance phone. Smith Premier typewriter ribbon at the Journal Stationery and Book Store. Joeh i . Coooer, I, ., Physician and Surgeon, Welsb, La. Office over Cooper's Drug ,Store. Office Phone, 15 Residence Phone. 26. Blacksmith, Wheolowrigh cnd Repair Shop. Joseph Villien, Prop. Prompt and Careful Attention given to all Work and Satisfation Guaranteed. One block West of Depot, South of R. R. Track. Billon Bros ORUGGISTS, Welsh, - - Louisiana A. LaTOUR, IT. D., Physiciain & Srgoeon. All calls, both day and night, promptly attended to. Office over Cooper's Drug Store. r'' PRENTICE& PRENIi Hardware r t and Groeeriew K. C. S. KANSAS CITY SOUTIIHERN RY. Important Changes in Schedule and Trfai Service. (Effective April 24, 1904. IDOTBL I DAILY SERVICE . --BETWEEN- ILA3E CHIARL.ES and KAN1A.S CITY. Shreveport. La., Texarkana, Tex., Fort aSmith,' Ark., Siloam Springs, Ark., Sulphur fprin0, .Ark. CLOSE CONNECTIONS at LAKE CHARLES with SO. PAC, SSOUTHBOUND CONDENSED SCHEDULED NORTHBOUND 1:oo00p.m. 11:30 sp.m. Lv. Kauam Olty Ar. 7:Oa.m. 4:80p.m. :.45 p.m. 7:2Op. m. Bv. SulphurS.Inlfs 41. 111mr . S:p.. a, m. 8:45a.m v. Siloam springs PT. OO. i :8 12:10,a.m. .11:15a. m. Lv,Fort smith t 7:46.. 0 s..a " - 8:35 am. 8:15p.m. Lv Tez ar~aaa Ar. 1:45 In. 5:15a. is. 12:0 noon 11:55p.. Lv.Srport Ar. 0Oa.m. 4:1p.m. 8:10 p.m. 7:50 a. m. Ar. Lak* Carls Lv. 8 . m. ý .l5 a.m. So. Pac., Westbound arive Lake Charles 5:11 p. . m710 p. in,. n S.16 a. an E' stbougd leave Lake O harles8:21 a.m. 11:063 ai.ad 15:ll ht D. P. . Swindell, S. P . Aarner, D. P. A., Texarkana, Tex. G. P. T.A., ,Kansas City UMIT I WELSH, - - LOUISIANA, DEALERS IN Canton Plows and Disc Harrows, Superior Drills and Disc Plows, Buffalo Pitts Engines, Treshers, Etc. Bain & Weber Wagons, Enterprase Bug gies, Surries and Spring Wagons, Harness and Saddlery. Local and Transfer Agents for Deering Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Binder Twine and Repairs. Completely Equipped in Every Department Z The First National Bank Welsh, Louisiana, continues to solicit business, promising all of the courtesies that are.usually ex tended by an obliging and prudent bank. L. E. ROBINSON, Prest. F. D. CALKINs, Cashier. PAUL W. DANIELS, Vice-Prest. E. C. WILLAD, Asst. Cashier. E.C.WLLADAs. ahir Rice Storage THE GLOBE WAREHOUSE CO., Ltd., Warehouse No. I at Welsh, La., Will store Rice at regular rates. Low rates of insurance. Prompt shipments on orders from patrons. Rice buyers givernevery facility for purchasing and inspecting.