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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, March 16, 1906, Image 5

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Paid for your Rough Rice.
Let us have samples
Jeanerette Rice & Milling Co., Ltd.
Phone or write, C. L. RICHARDSON, Jr.
Our Specialty i
Beeflron andW ine I
oo Dr Co. 4
Seuthern Pacific Tine Card.
i6 due ........... 8:35 a. inm.
10due............11:47 a. in.
8 due...... ....... 1:00 a. inm.
5due................ 3:04 p. m
Sdue... ........ 6:38 p. m.
1due.... ........ 4:24 a. m.
Nos. 7 and 8 night trains.
ne 34 for further information.
J. F. TUBBS, Agent.
e sell (arbon paper.
line of work shirts just in, at
Sharff is on the sick list this
y groceries at the Welsh Meat
prices on tin and granitware,
k W. Joplin. of Thornwell was
a Monday.
Fannie Robinson is on the
at this week.
Layne visited in Jennings a
ys this week.
some of that cottolene at the
Meat Market.
d Martin is serving as a juror
Lake this week.
a look at our five and ten cent
, at the Racket.
Covey transacted business in
arles Monday.
fine line of toilet soaps at
;h Meat Market.
Bindi returned from Lake
Tuesday morning.
Seed Oil for cooking purpos
Welsh Meat Market.
Kate Buckingham went to
Monday to visit relatives.
both Baker and Glidden
Hardware Company.
rght Lumber Company re
cars of lumber this week.
both Baker and Glidden
Hardware Company. . t
Mionie Spurzin is visiting
sad relatives in Welsh this
ones went to Lake Charles
* a witness in the Bindi
R Drills, best feed and
Sold by H. A. David
ler returued from Lake
ay after spending the
Shorts at Jones
I. Morse and dnIghter,
to Jennings Tuesday to
es, Hoes, Rakes, Cul
seeds, at the Morse Hard
*ouck went to Joanoke
to Purpose of organizing
Groshs' sister arrived
will spend some tinc
blooda and relatives.
Book Store has just
supply of Fountain
iterRibbon. Call
has had her house
coat of paint, which
of it considerably.
o has a run on the
adria, was shak
2s in Welsh Mon
d Best Flour
; U. S. Pat
t $1.25 per1
. Daniels.
Cotton batting 12 c lb., good grade,
º at the Racket.
Look out for SUPERIOR drill ad
e H. A. Davidson.
Mrs. Anthony Hebert went to Lake
Charles Monday, returning Tuesday.
See M. B. VanNess it you need
) artesian or irrigating wells.
Souvenir Post Cards at Carrol's.
They are fine. Call and see them.
William Wrathe, of Jennings, was
Sa caller in our city Sunday evening.
Mrs. Chas. Austin went to Jennings
Monday for a visit with friends and
Garden Spades, Hoes, Rakes, Culti
vators and Seeds at the Morse Hard
ware Company.
J. Durand, representing the Ameri
c an Tobacco Company, was inter
viewing the trade Tuesday.
D. H. Kelley went to Edgerly Tues
day to take charge of Mr. Hutcheson's
plantation at that place.
Mrs. John Miller returned to her
home Monday after spending a week
visiting relatives in Jennings.
W. L. Carow, Pastel and Sepie Ar
t tist, of New Iberia, was in town yes
terday delivering pictures.
3 Mr. Donavan, representing a I ead
ing Memphis Cigar and Tobacco house
was a business caller Tuesday.
Don't forget your subscription dues.
Look on the little yellow label on
your paper and it will tell you how
you stand.
H. M. West is again in the feed
business at the old stand. Feed of all
kinds on hand at all times. Will
selicheap for cash.
Wheat Shorts at Jones
Mrs. Padget, who has been spending
several weeks with friends and rela
tives here, left for her home in Bun
kie Tuesday.
Mr. D. D. Dewing, Colonization
Agent, for the Rock Island Rlail Road,
was looking after business in our city
this week.
There were three cases in mayor's
court this week on charge of disturb
ing the peace, but were acquitted for
ack of evidence.
Miss Inez Arceneaux, who has been
visiting with her sister, Mrs. P. P.
Unkel, near Jennings, returned to
her home Monday.
E. W. Hein, traveling representa
tive of the Art Publishing Company,
of St. Louis, was a business caller at
our office last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Skaggs and Miss Wil
lia Linmbocker went to Lake Arthur
Monday to suend some time with Mrs.
Skaggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lim
We have left a few hundred sacks
of the very best Honduras and Japan
seed rice that can be obtained in this
section of the country. Jenningslice
Milling Co.
One car load Best Flour
in the country; U. S. Pat
ent. Going at $1.25 per
sack. Paul W. Daniels.
'No Royal Road1
fills you with that independent
feeling which makes a king of ¶
any man.
Yoiur business respectfully so
First National Bank
L. E. RoBINsoN President: C. P. MAn- (
TIN, Vice-President; E. C. WILLARD,
Cashier. a
Newline of nice lace curtains, cheap,
f at the Racket.
Mr. and Yrs. Ranguet, of Crowley,
parents of Adam IRanguet, and Mrs.
SChas. Mason, returned to Crowley af
Ster a ten days visit with their children.
Steckler's bulk garden seeds at the
Morse Hardware Company.
Mrs. Ingle, wife of the late C. W.
SIngle, who was an old resident of this
4 city, was over from the Lake a few
Sdays this week visiting friends and
4 relatives.
New supply of fine cigars at the Welsh
' Meat Market.
The heaviest rainfall of the year oc
cured Wednesday morning, when
several inches fell in less than half an
:e hour. This will retard plowing and
. seeding for several days.
d Buy your calicoes and ginghams at
the , Racket.
>. A Mr. Bell, representing the Guffy
Oil Company, was in town the first of
s the week, looking over the oil pros
pects of our field. Mr. Bell says he
has nothing to give for publication at
s the present time.
All colors Crepe Paper
. at the Journal office.
M- r. and Mrs. James Ellis and
daughter Laura, and Mr. Ellis'
.brother, W. D. Ellis, left Tuesday
Sevening for a few days sojourn at the
Gulf, going to Lake Charles then down
the Calcasieu to Leesburg.
s See the Coiled Spring Woven Wire
Hog Fence before you buy, at Faught
r Lumber Company.
k Capt. Walsh is in town this week
looking after the drilling of an irri
gation well on his farm northwest of
the oil field. Mr. VanNess has the
contract for putting downrthis well.
SA pretty line of new
e waistings both white and
colored, at Paul W. Dan
iels. tf
Plowing throughout this section is
progressing rapidly. Many farmers
calculate to begin seeding within a
I week or ten days. Conditions so far
1 are favorable for a large acreage of
I rice.
Full line of Buggys and Harness.
il:ighest grades and lowest prices.
Come and see us. Calcasieu Imple
ment Company.
A. F. Harrison, a minister of the
Seventh Day Adventist church, but at
the present time representing the
Southern Union Conference, of that
organization, left here for Oklahoma
Safter a ten days stay in this vicinity.
Armstrong has one of the best
equipped machine, blacksmith shop
and supply houses in the entire rice
3 belt Call on them and see what lines
toey carry and see the class of ma.
chine work they turn out.
Mr. E. I. Heald, who has been vis
2 iling his brother, H. E. Heald for the
past nine weeks, returned to his home
in Portersville, Vermont, Sunday.
Mr. Heald expressed himself as great
ly lpleased with this country.
Don't forget that the Faught Lum
ber Companviwill supply your wants
in the Lumber line at the lowest mar
ket price.
FOIR SALE-A few thoroughbred
Poland-China Hogs. Including two
.Pedigreed Boars. Amu overstocked,
will sell cheap. Win. B. Gabbet.
T wo miles north-east of Roanoke. 2t
VanNess brought in a ten inch ir
rigation well for A. H. Miller last
Friday. This well has the new Van
Ness sawed strainer which seems to be
a genuine suciess. This well is re
ported to be one of the best brought in
this season.
Full line of Buggys and Harness.
Highest grades and lowest prices.
Come and see us. Calcasieu Imple
ment Company.
E. S. Wood, who has been here for
the past ten days looking after his oil
interests, leit Tuesday afternoon for
Texas. While here Mr. Wood put
his well to pumpine. He says it is
proving itself to be Ds good a pumper
as any in thehfield.
Everybody buys the SUPERIOH
drill-it has the best fertilizer attach
ment, Sold by H. A. Davidson.
Mr. Butler, one of the principal
stockholders of the Central City Oil
Company, of Ja'ckson, Michigan, is in
Welsh this week looking after the oil
conditions here. We trust he will
tind conditions such as to warrent
further developments on their hold
Mrs. Chas. Lantz and her niece,
Nellie O'Connell, who has been mak
ing her home with Mrs. Lantz for sey
eral years past, started Sunday for
an extended visit in Massachusetts.
They will visit Boston and other East
ern cities before returning.
One car load Best Flour
in the country; U. S. Pat
ent. Going at $1.25 per
sack Paul W. Daniels.
Try some of that fine Swiss cheese
at the Welsh Meat Market.
Rev. and Mrs. J B. B3rock left
Monday morning to be gone some'
days. Mr. Brock going to Houma
and Mrs. Brock to Opolusis.
We have left a few hundred sacks o
the very best Honduras and Japan
seed rice that can be obtained in this
section of the country. Jennings
Rice Milling Company.
We have eight head of good mules
for sale, at the Harland place four
and one-half miles north of Iowa.
Address Findley and Hewett, Iowa,
Louisiana. tf
We ha ve left a few hundred sacks of
the very he4t Honduras and Japan
Iseed rice that can be obtained in this
Ssection of the country. Jennings
Rice Milling Company.
Mr. N. Finklestein, of New Orleans,
arrived Sunday and is looking after
the closing out of the old Walling
stock. It is his intention to put in a
complete new stock of Dry Goods and
One car load Best Flour
in the country; U. S. Pat
ent. Going at $1.26 per
sack. Paul W. Daniels.
Hutcheson and Scoggins, the Pion
eer Well Drillers, of this country, are
prepared to drill irrigation wells on
short notice. Call on or address W.
T. Hutcheson, at the Jennings Rice
Mill, Welsh, Louisiana.
Mrs. J. Dawson and chilbren, o
Des Moins, Iowa, was visiting her
brother, H. A. Davidson and family
Sunday and Monday, she goes from
here to Lake Arthur to visit a sisterf
Mrs. Frank Keister.
The Armstrong shops fitted out a
new well drillers outfit for Hutcheson
and Scoggins, Monday, which has
begun work on a deep well for the
ice ulant which is being installed by
the Gulf Rice Milling Company.
E. H. Powell, of New Orleans, rep
resenting the Bradstreet Company,
was looking up the standing and fix
ing the rating of business firms in
Welsh last Friday. Mr. Powell is a
gentleman that it is a pleasure to meet.
Full line of new shoes,
also new Oxfords-for
gentlemen, ladies and
children, at Paul W.
Daniels. tf
Mr. B. F. Melton, of Rogan, Texas,
was visiting at the home of his wife's
mother, Mrs. Singleton, Tuesday.
Mrs. Melton, who has been visiting
with her mother for some weeks re
turned with her husband to Texas
the latter part of the week.
Adams show No. 2 gave their per
formance in Welsh Monday. The
slack wire artist made a credible dis
play of talent in his line before an ap
preciative street audience. The night
session is said to have been but poor
Iv lpatronized. They were hauled to
Sulphur Tuesday by No. 5.
The skating rink still continues to
draw a heterogeneous aggregation of
amusement seekers day and night.
Bumped heads and sprained limbs are
no implediments to the real skaters.
Death is said to be the great leveler.
The skating rink may be classed sec
ond to death as a leveler, in more
ways than one.
For Sale:-27 Horse
power Buffalo Pitts Port
able Engine, in perfect
running order, as good as
new. Further partict
ulars, enquire of A. T.
Letter to J. S. Gerson.
Welsh, Louisiana
Dear Sir: When you see a well
dressed man, you like to say: "Ther's
a sample of my clothes. That man is 4
worth two of himself as he was when (
he came to me."
We have the same feeling. Our
paint on a house is worth twice as
much as old-fashion painter's paint,
lead-and-oil. It looks the same when 4
first put on. In three months it don't. 4
In three years it decidedly don't. 4
Lead-and-oil chalks off in three
years: It is considered a first-rate
job that lasts three years.
Devoe lead-and-zinc is about as4
good in three years as it was the day I
the painter left it.
Zine is the secret of it: no secret at 4
all. A good many painters know (
zinc; some mix it in with their lead. 4
We grind it in: not a little: good deal.
It's the zinc and the grinding that
does it. You can't mix zinc by hand.
We grind it in by machinery.
Painters are finding us out, though (
some painters are slow.
You know that it pays a good an (
to wear good clothes. How ny
customers have you that know it.
Yours truly 4
82 F W DEVO& CO (
Faught Lumber Co. sell oi6 paints. 1
Look out for SUPE:Ilo1 drill ad
H. A. Davidson.
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at the
Welsh Meat Market.
Mrs. A. B. Welch went to Jennings
Tuesday for a brief visit with friends.
FOR SA,E---Two Sows and eleven
Pigs, also Second-hand Bungies and
Surrey for sale cheap. Enquire of .T.
L. Byerly, at the Winterton place. 44
Claud Martin and C. A. Saxby, who
have been at Lake ('Charles serving on
the jury this week, arrived home Wed
nesdav noon, the jury being discharged
for the balance of the week.
Messrs. MlcIntyre and Coulter, of
San Antonio, Texas, who are hand
ling a patent wire stretcher, arrived
in town WVednesday morning and will
remain for several days.
Chas. Austin says that his son, V.
C. Austin and family will start from
Sumner, Iowa about the twentieth of
this month for Welsh, where they will
make their home for the comin, year
and perhaps longer.
We have left a few hundred sacks
of the very best Honduras and Japan
seed rice that can be obtained in this
section of thecountry. Jennings Itice
Milling Co.
SCity Barber Shop,
A. HEBERT, Prop. i
Illot and Cold
In fact, a Full and Complete Line of BLANK BOOKS.
Let us Quote you Prices.
Our Undertaking Department will be ini charge
of E. E. Kimball, who will answer all calls, niight
or day.
'Phone night call 24. 'Phone day e;il 73.
The "Nublack" is a grand good shell;
good in construction, good because it is
primed with a quick and sure primer, and
good because carefully and accurately
loaded with the best brands of powder
and shot. It is a favorite among hunters
and other users of black powder shells on
account of its uniform shooting, evenness
of pattern and strength to withstand
reloading. A trial will prove its excellence.
Chicago 1 St. Louis
Louisville *R V Cincinnati
S And all Points North and East
The llinois Central is the only line foron N , Ol;rban, riaiii
taining two dail}, up-to-date, fast tliroujih ir;b i to a, ft.
Louis Louisv ille and Cincinnati, iti dirtct . c ur; r. ion f rl. I..i.ti
North an1 I ast.
Renmrmber tliat SOCTHIEIRtN I' ( IIFB trai n run into tlo .ame
station as the ILLINOIS CLENTI IHtL in New ; U lius.
You avoid the long and dissareeabtle hui tiranfer ind make
See that your tickets read via the ILLINO[S (:NTIRAL.
Apply to ticket agent for through tickets or address
N. D. FINCH, T. P. A., Houston, Texas.
Uleiched and unbleached niuslins
at the IRacket.
Jack Henoit's little boy is quite sick
with the grippe this week.
Full line of California canned
frutis at the Welsh Meat Market.
HIutcheson and Scoggins, the Pion
eer Well D)rillers, of this country,
are prepared to drill irrigation wells
on ishort notice. Call on or address
W. T. Hiutcheson, at the Jennings
lice Mill, Welsh. Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. I'tley and son, who
have heen visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Calkins for some weeks past, Ntarted
north Tesday. They will tiSend some
tinie at points in Missmuri visiting
ftriend, and then go to their hone in
Miinesota. They express themselves
a, heirsg delighted with the southland,
and contemiplate wintering here in
the future.
For Sale:- 27 Horse
power Buffalo Pitts Por
table Engine, in perfect
running order, as good as
new. Further partict
ulars, Enquire of A. T.
Jones. 2t
SRooms and Board.
Rates $2.00 per day.
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