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One Block North of Depot.
dP er day ............................. ........$1.00
and room per week.................. ........ 4.50
Sper week .................................... 3.50
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io,7 and 8 night trains.
34 for further information.
J. F. TUBBS, Agent.
TJoOes went to Jenningfs \ l
ag twine the best. H. A.
leBurney was a Smunday visit
for cash coupons at
ailtyofLake Charles wasp in
Wtinethe best. H. A. Day
Mrtin came over from Crow
Texas hay at
-Dtl.of Lake Charles was in
SAn agent to sell tickets
spent Sunday in Hous
11Eured crepe paper at the
lS went to Crowley
treated himself to a
;eRene of Bell City,
resigned his position
tWa business visitor
MaCoy spent Monday
a business caller in
a business visitor
Ws a business
111, ten and fif.
as a professional
a business visitor
e Welsh Meat
h and south
for the bond is
on frst page,
0, who has
1 months, re
Deering twine the best. TI. A
HORN: To Mr. and Mrs. James
Glick, on Lacasine, on July 10th 190l6,
Plain and figured crepe paper at the
Journal Book Store.
Mr. Harry Eaton, of Jennings, was
a pleasant caller in Welsh Friday
Call for the Ladies' Home Journal
at the Journal Book Store.
Sam Turner went to the Lake on
business on the Oriole Wednesday
Get prices and order Deering Bind
ers and twine at once. H. A. David
Get pr ices and order Deering bind
ers and twine at once.
J. 13. Mlurrey, of Lake Charles was
a guest at the home of W P. Russell
Call for cash coupons at
Mrs. S. A. Keep of Jennings, was
the guest of friends in Welsh the fore
part of the week.
Pocket mirrors at five, ten and fif
teen cents at the Journal Book Store.
C'has. Dantal has added two new
buggies to his livery stock. He has
somie nice up to date rigs.
Choice Texas Hay at
Jones Bros. I
Mr. and Mr,. Benjeman Freeman,
of Jennings, were the guests of Iev.
and Mrs. Houck Sunday.
W. I' ussell Junior came ov("r
from ( Gueylan Tuesday aevenin;., rt
turninug \Vednesday mornlling.
Call for cash coupons at
Mrs. J. C. Maul and son George
left Tuesday for a few days visit with
friends at Port Arthur.
oy\- Davis and ('laud Clark of Jel,
nings, were chatting; wit!, friend. in
Welsh Tuesday afternoon.
Lawrence I)antal was clerking in
`Martin's store the latter Iart of last
week and the fore part of this.
J. E:. Parsons, traveling salesman
for the Advance Thresher company,
came home from Vinton Monday.
RI. M. Willard left last week for
a two months;sojourn with friends and
relatives at the old home in Iowa.
Get prices and order Deering bind
ers and twine at once.
H. A. Davidson.
FOR SALE:-One fine Victoria bed:
cost $40.00. Will sell same for $20.00
if taken soon. Mrs. J. S. Gerson.
M. E. North, cashier of the First
National Bank of Lake Charles, was
a business caller in town Wednesday.
Mr. A. Cross, of Jennings, who is
interested in the Welsh Oil Field, was
a business visitor intown Wednesday.
Chas. Carr, H. A. Davidson, and
Chas. Jeter, went to Lake Charles
Saturday evening to witness the ball
Election to vote railroad bonds July
16--Read the petition on first page of
this issue, then make up your mind to
Alfred Martin is having a new walk
laid around his house which adds to
both the looks and the utility of the
B. J. Thompson, of Jennings and
W. D. Waugh, ot Roanoke, were in
the vicinity Monday, writing insur
Mr and Mrs. Alfred Martin spent
Sunday with Mrs. Martin's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sutter of Jen
A life scholarship in one of the
best business colleges in the South
for sale cheap. Inquire at the Jour
Misses Opal and Hazel Saxby went
over to Iowa Wednesday to spend a
few days visiting their aunt, Mrs. J.
Odile David, who has been spend
ing a week with her sister, Mrs. Gee.
W. Narrens, returned to her home ih
Complete setlof twelv edoilies, twelve
napkins and table cloth 42x70 inches,
crepe, figured or plain, for picnics,
socials, etc., only 25c per set.
Journal Book Store.
Mrs. D. It. Read returned home
Saturday morning after a seven week!
visit in Kansas City and other north
Miss Elzina Bertrand went to Jen
nings Tuesday where she will spent
two or three weeks at the home of Mrs
IPev. Paul Leeds,of Kinder. preaches
at the Congregational church to aIt
appreciative audience, both morning
and evening Sunday.
Mrs. Carlisle and two children, ',
Rayne, who have been visiting her
Parents,Mr. and. Mrs. J. B. Lee, re
turned home Monday.
Ladie's, Attention' '-You are en
titled to vote in the coming election
for railroad bonds, if you are a prop
erty holder in the ward.
Mrs. Douet of New Orleans, who
has been the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Crozett, for the past two weeks,
returned to the City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Crowell, of Jen
nings, came over Wednesday to spend
a few days as guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Turner.
H. E. Heald went to ElCamvo, Texas
Thursday evening to attend the Rice
Grower's Association to be held there.
I e will be gone four or live days.
Miss Nettie Hamilton, of Lafayette,
arrived Sunday evening and will
spend a week as the guest of her Uncle
and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Davis.
Miss Ethel Curtis, a cousin of Mrs.
G. M. Hammil, left for her home in
Champaigrn, Illinois, Tuesday. after
athree week's visit at the Hammil
A little love, a, little wealth,
A little home for you and me:
It's all 1 ask except good health.
Which comes with flocky Mountain
Tea. Cooper l)ru,, Co.
Howard Welch. of Houston, son of
A. 1. Welch, came over Wednesday
night and will take charge of his fatil
er's gasoline engines at his Inpl)ping
Mrs. Allandro held ticket number
1121 which won the first set of dih l 's
at )anies: .\sk for tickets with your
cash purtchases. Y(li 111x"nv get tin
Kinney l iid Iassed through \l'Vsii
To'.-lay illol'nilig with eiht "had
i ggi'sT" whicli he had i'rounded iup at
Jetnnings after the .hliooting atfair at
Lake Charles ha again le('t the ion
't t for p erla it . 1 i\an street. Se
liki' Lake ('hairle. would tirlt (of that
t)l'nli of atouselm'll lt and Irv somiitlch'lng
e(le prei'tty soon.
.\ _l'eatly needhedl new sidewalk i
bein_ laidl nortli from the We;lsh ('ar
ri ,age and Implement ('Compainl!y's buildi
ing to the Catholic church. Mr. Far
low is doning the work.
Peter Lampil. of PI'o't Arthur, wli(.
has holdinugs in the oil !ield, camie Ill
Sunday and was the guest oif Mr. au(
.Mrs. J. C. Maul until Tuesday, whet
hie returned to Port A-rthur.
Miss lEmmna Kolhn. who has beer
minking her home for somnie time wit!
Mr. and iMrs. Powers, returned t<
Vinton last Friday. stopping a fei
days in W\est Lake to visit friends.
Mrs. B. F. Taylor, of Jennings, whe
has been visiting in the north part o
the state, stopped while on her wa!
home Saturday morning to visit witl
her daughter, Mrs. Rene Patterson
N. B. Truth, St. Paul June 31' 08.
I've lived so long, I remember wel
when the Missippi was a brook. M3
good health and long life came b!
taking Hollister's Rocky Mountair
Tea. 35 cents. Cooper Drue Co.
Mrs. E. Tilbitts who has been stay
ing with her daughter Mrs. HarrJ
Anderson for some time, left TuesdaJ
for an extended trip through Nebras
ka, Iowa and the Dakotas, visiting
old friends and childhood scenes.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:-A good foum
roomed cottage in excellent repair,
two lots, good barn, well, etc., locatedl
in Iowa, Louisiana. Will sell om
trade same on land or for stock. En,
quire at Journal office.
T. F. Ellzy, traveling auditor of thb
L. W. and M. L and T. division of
the Southern Pacific, was in towr
Monday checking up the accounts ol
this office. He spoke very conpliment.
ary of the condition ,of the office al
Little Miss Inez Pintado entertained
a few of her little friends at a farewel:
party, at the residence of her sisterl
Mrs. F. Dours, 1on Monday afternoor
the eve of her departure for her homr
in New Orleans. Music and gamel
were indulged in, and all left declar
ing they had had a jolly time.
Eugene Berier, the engineer for H.
E. Heald, was severely scalded whili
loosening a pipe on the boiler Wed'
nesday evening, He thought hewac
unscrewing a union between two pipes
but instead screwed the pipe out ol
the boiler, which carried about 12(
pounds of steam. The steam struc"
him full on the side, badly scalding
his arms,;legs, and the side of hit
It has caused more laughs and dried
more tears, wiped away diseases and
driven away more fears than any oth
er medicine in the world. F[ollister's
lIocky Mountain Tea. 33 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Coopier Dl)rug ('o.
Mrs. Itichwood, the mother of .lrs.
\V. i'. Iussell, and her daughter and
son, Miss Etta and Mr. George H.
litichwood, who have been visiting at
the Iussell home for the past two
months, started for their home in Los
Angelos, California Tuesday.
"tIave used HIerbine in my family
for years, Words can't express what
I think about it. Everivbody in my
household are h:: ppy and well, and
we owe it to Herbine. Sold by Billon
Mr. S. iE. C'arroll and family re
turned Wednesday from a seven weeks
visit through : Kansas, Oklahoma and
Indian Territory. They report a
pleasant time and enjoyed the North
as a place to visit in, but prefer Lou
isiana for a home.
STRAYEID:--From my Id ace, two and
one-half miles east of Ioanoke, one
dark brown male mule. weight 1000
pounds, five years old, thick nmane,
knot on inside of right frontleg between
knee and ankle. $5.00 will be pIaid
for return of same. J. W. Welch,
Mr. Asa Buck and family, formerly
of this place, but for the past two
years at Tula, Indian Territory, rie
turned to Welsh Wednesday. After
two years in other parts of the world,
Mr. Iluck is ready to ,come back and
settle down in the garden spot of the
B. J. Thoimpson and family, oflloa
noke, moved to Jennings last week.
Mlr. T''homn on has had charge of the
IRice Warehouse at lR(oanoke for some
time, but gavet up that work last
SIpring and took up! insurance work,
at which hie has been luite successful.
The family have mm y friends in boa
leoke w'hoe rlegret to se'' therm oll) 'e
L. (G.l "lwers who hasl ieen em lj Iyed
at the (Gulf Mill foir the past year,
mt(ved hiis hlousehtli elfects to httt
noke this wteetl, whire Mrs I thtir.,
will .penltnt the remaitijder tof the a .iii
iler, whil'e .lr. lt',werts w ill take a
trip through Ti:.xas, Indian T1-rritor'y
lld t]NeW Mi.y'ico. li is .-t <ntite'tild
whlt'her hie ilil work i' t. mill an ain
this \+,inttel' iil' aot.
lt'e. Cha~e. , r t'.idinu elhl r of tliub,
tlh New .ereans districet of the M1et h
i St churt 'h, with ,i ti .hltr u. -
in . ative.ti in towln .\',nta . Thal yl
plit two d ytly h l,, t.e , tu ts of
f'ientun . an v'. Chu., hel ,d he en tnlar
tn rteterly nmectiun at the 'lhethodist
chuelo Wedhnda:. Tl'v the icunt
to Iowa ihe'e l.e V: ii qtart,.rtl meet
i with the lh'a c.ufrclh.
libtiet' \niit':,ien tflicago, arrivid
Shere July 4th d l stending hib, \d
ceation witl his artents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Anderson. lrc. Anierston holds
a respon sible position wit a large
Chicago firm. He expects to leave on
his return trip riduy oft this week.
Prof. 4"ard Anderson of Lake Charle,
caie over and visited with his broth
er Saturday and Sunday.
Two No. ti Morris iPumps in good
order, recently taken out of our
north and south wells as we have ad
opted the Emerson pminp, we have no
use ifor them. Each of the pum.ps
with allthe shaftings to the machinery
to operate them, as taken from the
wells will be sold for one hundred
dollars. Apply to Mr. Thos. S. Ste
gall, on the Ridge Rice Farm.
The family of J. S. DeWolif were
greatly surprised by the arrival of
their son, James C. DeWolff, from
California. They had not seen him
for several years and were not ex
pecting a visit from him at all. Mr.
DeWolff operates a large machine
shop in California. He
will remain here for a few days, then
return home via. St. Louis, Kansas
City and Denver.
B 3 o r' 5
We are expecting a large
Sshipment of Shoes about June
h-15. To make room for them,
7we are closing out our present 4
-stock at Astonishingly Low
L THE FINEST LINE OF -u
in the City at Prices Equal
to "Special Sale Prices. .
We Carry the Most Complete:Line of
. Dry Goods in Welsh and are : * *
nlnadirs In Low Prices. -
SMARTIN BROS. & Co.,
-Welsh., _ Louisiana
~(~ i((~lI~r r
W There A.re you. Goi .g? 8
GOOD THINGG TO EA'
They Carry a Full Line of
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
and have just received a suppi; of i;:: ';iro
ceries. They always have FRc.h ;,;i.:
such as Oranges, Lenmois. >;!:Iana.: - d
8 Berries in season.
TjVelsih, Louisia .a_
0 CHEAP SUMMER TOURISTI iRETS 8
8 ON SALE DAILY TO SEI.PTE;IbS 30. ,
8 ILLINOIS CENTRAL
8 -e To Points In-,
Canada Michigan. Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Ohio, New York, Etc. .
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New Orleans=No Transfer of Stations
Information Cheerfully Furnished.
If contemplating a trip write to
0. W. SCHELKE, T. P. A., Houston, Texas.
IF YOU INTEND TO
SPEND YOUR SUMMER
ºF AWAY FROM HOME +
Consult Any Agent of the
Southern Pacific "Sunset Route,"
Very Low Round Trip Rates On Sale Daily
JUNE I, to SEPTEMBER 15, 1906
- -TO POINTS-,·L
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH, WEST.
Palatial Steamers from New Orleans to
New York, Sailing every Wednesday.
An Ideal Sea Trip.
F. E. BATTURS, G. P. A., S. G. REED, D. P. A..
New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La.