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JTIOG ACCOUNTANT. GOLERIONS.Y,
P. RUSSELL,Jr., f
NOTARY PUSLIC.
Welsh, La.
. Welsh Lodge No. ,22 F',,& . II.
' _ lh Charter, so. 30, B . A . g
"der WVelh omm adry Qo.d KT.
Welsh Camp, so. L76.10. W.
Grmd Lodge, K. of H. "
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,W,- tON. dANI IVEYS.
SE. PARENT
Lvil Enginee, j
DDRESS q
iL AKE CHARES, IA.
"i ofne 95. Night'Phuf 125.
ELSIH. LA.
i IJATOUR
. ysitan and Surgeon.
ffiieein Signal Hotel.
ES.'MHONE NO. 132.
WIlIAM EPLER,
kll n u Wutk Especially Solicited.
,Ofceina!ureka Hotel.
W , :: . : LOUISIANA.
Ish Tll Shop,
: P: POR ::
Oil Tanks Water
Taiks, Stove Pipe,
*, Charcoal.
Iron Work a Specialty
IE' DOAN, Prop.
FRo YOUR
IAY SUIT
.' Call on, i"
SHEBERT, G
nih you a Nobby Up-To- Cl
Tailor Made Suit from a
'9 up to $50 di
1,400 samples of the Latest
. lect from.
SGUARANTEE A FIT di
nd Pressing (ent's Cloth, Ca
lat a Specialty.
L.. E5e'ebert, r
 ,Welsh, La. d
Fi~ Palle Time Card.
ZAST BOUND.
...** ............ 8:40 a. m.
S"" *.... ......... . 12:09 a. nm.
................ 1:17 s. m.
.............:.... 3:55 p. m.
" WZ SBOUND.
*:*******....... 3:14 p. in.
***.. ..... ·6:25 p. m.
................. 4:19 a. m.
...... .... ... 19:04 a. m .
pnd 8 night trains.
t further information.
J. F. . TUBB, Agent.
Seed oats at Jones Bros.
bOy'hats, new line at P.
i rirned from Crow
 AIC- esux went to New
of Roanoke was a call.
S Abbon" at the Journal
Fountain pen ink at the Journal
,'biok store.
1,:Gent's and boy's bats, new line at P.
W. Daniels.
) Ohas. Jeter went to Lake Charles on
business 8aturday.
Geo. Cosner was a business visitor
to Jennings 'Monday.
* Rev. Uayes of China drove over to
S!Welsh Wednesday morning.
Fountain pens from one dollar to
ix at the Journal book store.
H.. A. Davidson was a business vis*
:itor to Lake Charles Tuesday.
B aker Barb Wire, always the best,
:at the Morse Hardware Co.
Mist.Lizzie Gleason was a Welsh
i4sitor the forepart of the week.
A"few:4Lne barred Plymouth Rock
oockrels for sale. Geo. Welch.
\Mesdames Gunn and Booze were
calling or'friends in Welsh last week'
, Comforts and blankets at all prices
to - suit customers. P. W. Daniels.
tIhugeneHebert of Bell City was a
asant obller at our office Saturday.
:Robert 'Todd and his father were
dRbuiness ivisitors at the Lake Tuesday.
INew liaegent's shirts, also heavy
d eece lined, underwear for men and
I bo :,at ,IDaniels'.
WMessrs Ht C..Butler and E. M. Pow
ers were .business visitors to Jennings
Waedoesday.
FORx Sah.E:-A few fine china um
,brelllarees. :.Enquire of Mrs. Joseph
~Latd.
Mrs..A.bbot.of Jennings was calling
sen 1~as...J. Altf Martin the latter part
of last ,week.
• omforts and.hlankets at all prices
to suit, cutomers. P. W. Daniels.
Baker 1Barbed\iWire, goes further
and 1ast legar,, at the Morse Hard
wareCo.
Mf.es Jeannette-Shaw spent Satur
day and Sunday at her home in Jen
nings.
A few.oheice Barred Plymouth Rock
eoekreisJor sale. i Ioquire of Geo. W.
Welch.
C. E. Smith, capitalist and oil man,
went to NewOrleans on busines Sat.
urdaa.
Jma. Le'Blanc, lte energetic butcher
of Iowa, was transacting business in
Welsh Wednesday.
Miss Ethel Shear of .Jennings was
the guest of her .cousin. Mrs. Sim
mons Twuesday.
New line ,gent's heavy, shirts, also
fleece lined ,-nder~wear for men and
boys, at Daniels'.
Eli Lyons, liveryman and real es
tate man of Iowa, was transacting
business in Welsh Thursday.
Clarence Radeke is loOkin, happy
over the arrival of a daughter which
came to their house on the6th~inst.
Miss Nina DeWolff went ,to Newj
Orleans Saturday to consult a spec
ialist on throat and nasal troubles.
Ask to see our sofa pillows, also
scarfs and doilies, stamped and un.
stamped; silks for same.
P. W. Daniels.
John Lightner of Iowa, one of the
pioneer residents of this parish, was E
a business visitortin our city Tuesday. t
Mrs. J. J. Miller .came over from C
Jennings Tuesday; she had been mak
ing a brief visit with her home people.
FOR SALE: 1000 lags seed rice one
year from imported. Indian Bayou '
CanalCompany, Welth or Bell City. 25 1
Messrs Chas. Marbin of Lake
Charles, and Ed. Martm of Crowley,
were business visitors Ea Welsh Sun- a
day.
I. N. Miller, editor of the Jennings
Times-Record, was in Welsh Thurs.
day and gave our ofilee a pleasant ]
call.
Civil Engineer A. E. Parent and
crew arrived in Welsh Wednesday to
do some field work on the Haber i
plant.
At the election held here Wednesday z
for circuit judge, 39 votes were nolled t
36 being for Judge Mouton and 3 scat- E
tering. I
Jones Bros. are having the front of
their feed store treated to a new coat
of paint which adds greatly to its ap-(
pearance. c
E. C. Willard, cashier of the First
National Bank of Welsh, was a busi
ness visitor to Lake Ohamles Tuesday
morning. 1
A. E. Bell of New Orleans, repre- v
senting the New York Life Insurance l
Company, was a visitor to Welsh I
Thursday.
W. C. Morrill, representing the
Julius Hart Piano House of Crowley, a
was transacting business in Welsh
this week.
Builds up waste tissue, promotes E
appetite, improves digestion, induces a
refreshing sleep, gives renewed '
strength and health. That's what 1
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does. q
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Cooper '
Drug o. 'I
Rust proof seed oats at Jones iros.
Comforts and blankets at all prices
to suit customers. P. W. Daniesk.
J. E. Parsons, manager of the
Southern Implement House of Jen
nings, was transacting business in
Welsh Wednesday.
W. R. Fowler, manager of the
Roanoke Co-operative Supply Com
pany, was a pleasant caller at our of
flee Wednesday.
Our worthy young friend, Mr. Aides
Arceneaux the enterprising meat
market man, has had a neat sign
painted on his building lately.
Misses Anna and Agnes Rousseau
of Breaux Bridge, and Miss Aimee
Martin of Jennings, were guests at
the Martin home Wednesday.
Ask to see our sofa pillows, also
scarfs and doilies, stamped and un
stamped; silks for same.
P. W. Daniels.
Rev. Cavette, who has been supply
ing the Presbyterian pulpit, spent
Monday in Lake Charles visiting at
the home of Dr. Allison.
J. S. DeWolff went to Orange. Tex
as, Tuesday to look after a 1200 acre
farm which be has charge of there.
He will be gone several days.
Full line of ladies' and children's
rubbers men's rubber boots, knee and
hip lengths, also fleece lined gossi
mere rubbers at P. W. Daniels'.
Wm. Groth and L. Wilson, two of
the substantial farmers of Mavville,
were business visitors at the parish
seat Friday returning Saturday.
S. E. Carroll has tngenously ar
ranged a photograper's cabinet for
the display of his work in front of his
quarters at the Cooper building.
A party of young people drove ou
to Henry Welch's Saturday evening
and treated him to a real surprise
party. All had a jolly good time.
Mrs. Wright of Vicksburg, Missis
sippi, arrived in Welsh Wednesday
and will spend several weeks visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Philip Miller.
Full line of ladies' and children's
rubbers, men's rubber boots, knee and
hip lengths, also fleece lined gossi
mere rubbers at P. W. Daniels'.
Mrs. E. Drouet of New Orleans is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. E.
Crozet. . She arrived Saturday and
will spend several weeks in our city.
WANTED: A few good tennants.
Must own their teams. Land has laid
out one to two years. Paul W. Dan
iels, Welsh or Bell City. 25
The oyster supper given by the La
dies Auxiliary of the Baptist church
at the old bank building last Friday
night was a success in every particu
lar.
Miss Porter, who has accepted the
position as teacher of the third room,
arrived Monday morning, and once
more the faculty ranks are filled and
joy prevails.
Rev. J. E. Trice, manager of the
Baptist Orphanage located at Lake
Charles,, spent Sunday in Welsh oc
cupying the Baptist pulpit morning
and evening.
Samuel Cashner of Gueydan, form
erly connected with J. S. Gerson in
the clothing business in this city,
came over Tuesday to attend to some
business here.
Miss Zetta Swain of Winsdor, Illi
nois, arrived in Welsh Wednesday,
and will spend several months visiting
her sister Mrs. Gordon Boling, and
other friends.
Ask to see our sofa pillows, also
searfs and dollies, stamped and un
stamped; silks for same.
P. W. Daniels.
Beeler Moore and wife returned
Tuesday from a three weeks honey
moon trip in Kentucky and other
Northern states. Mr. Moore reports
a fine time and is now ready for work
in the oil field.
Revy. Paul Leeds went to Iowa Wed
nesday to meet with Revoy. McCoy of
that place and Rev. Gonzales of Jen
nings to formulate plans for a week's
Bible Institute to be held in Jennings
sometime in the near future.
SALESMEN WANTED to look after
our interest in Calcasieu and adjacent
counties. Salary or commission.
Address The Harvey Oil Co.,
Cleveland, O.
Mrs. P. J. Unkel went to New Or.
leans Sunday morning in company
with Dr. Arceneaux to accompany her
daughter Mrs. Dr. Arceneaux and son
home. They arrived in Welsh Tues
day evening.
TAKEN UP:-December 24th, one
squarebullt iron gray mare, black
mane and tail, about 5 or 6 years old,
small slip out of tip of right ear, wire
mark on right front foot, weighs
about850 or 900 pounds, broke to
work. Owner can have same by prov
ing property and paying costs. En
quire of D. C. Corbello, four miles
north of Rice, La., in the Grosse Ille
Timber. jan 18-3t
Baker Barb Wire, .goes further and
'lasts longer,, at the Morse H'd'w Co
Scholarships.' We 'have schoelar
ships in several of the best business
colleges in the United States, which
we can sell for less than you can get
them at the school. Apply at the
Journal office.
Posesses wonderful .edicinal power
over the human body, removing all
disorders from your system, is what
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
do. Makes you well, keeps you well.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Coope'
Drug Co.
Howard Welch came over from
Houston Sunday to visit his home
and friends in this city; he stayed un
til Tuesday evening. Mr. Welch is a
genial young man and his many
friends gladly welcome him back as a
visitor.
Rev. H. M, Crain left Wednesnay
for New Orleans where he is to officio
ate at the marriage of Mr. Don Russ,
a prominent young electrician, to
Miss Clara Breeding, a well known
and popular young lady of that city.
The wedding takes place Thursday.
Mr. Crain will return Saturday.
The Ladies Guild lof the Presby.
terian church will give a supper and
social at the bank building Tuesday
evening, Jan. 22nd. The menu will
consist of oysters, pickles, celery,
coffee, ice cream and cake. Watch
for the posters. Supper served from
5:30 o'clock on. Everybody cordially
invited,
Messrs C. A. Saxby and J. S. Des
Wolff went to Kinder last Thursday
and purchased the fine saddle horse
and roadster that Dr. Oden brought
from Opelousas a year or so ago.
This is as fine a specimen of horse
flesh as can be found in this country.
It will pay horse owners to see this
horse before breeding their mares.
Rev. A. B. Welch has bought the
Bower property first door east of the
Congregational church and will re
move with his family from the P. W.
Daniels place in the near future. Mr.
Lionel Bertrand who has for the past
year been living in the Bower proper.
ty has bought a cottage and will move
it on some lots he has purchased.
The Lake Charles American reports
that Chief of Police Sparks, who is
also a Deputy Sheriff, went to sleep
while escorting a hand-cuffed prisoner
from Shreveport to Lake Charles Sat.
urday, and that said prisoner took
this opportunity to part company with
his captor. Too bad, our worthy of
ticer should have permitted Morpheus
to so overcome him.
Bert Longenbach and Thomas Cook
two prominent planters of Iowa, were
transacting business in Welsh Mon
day. Mr. Longenbach, who owns a
fine farm south of Iowa and has
farmed the same for several years
past, has recently sold out his stock
and moved back to Moweaqua, Illi
nois, where he expects to engage in
the dairy business.
Miss Elda Yantis began teaching in
the Arceneaux district this week, tak
ing the place of Miss Della Spaulding
who has recently resigned to take up
work in the Lake Charles Business
College. Miss Yantis is a former
high school pupil of Welsh and has
demonstrated her adaptability as a
teacher in the school which she recent.
ly completed west of town.
0. L. David, rice grader for th
People's Independent Mill, came over
from Crowley Monday. He and 1Mr.
Russell went over to Rice Tuesday
and graded out 1000 sacks of rice
which Mr. Russell bought recently for
the People's Independent Mill from
Geo. W. Yantis. There seems to be a
slight strengthening of the market on
Japan rices.
A number of friends and young peo
ple were delightfully entertained at
the Robinson home Monday night.
Progression dominoes interspersed
with music, vocal and instrumental,
ad supplimented with popcorn and
apples were the chief features of the
evening. Everyone had an enjoyable
time as they always do, who enjoy the
hospitalitv of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson.
Harris Brothers of New Orleans are i
erecting the large water tank on the
splendid iron tower which Mr. Van
Ness has recently erected back of his
shop. This tower and tank when com
pleted will be nearly a hundred feet
high and will throw a stream of water
higher than any building in town.
This will not only furnish first class
water for use wherever there are bhy
drants, but will furnish an effcient
means for fighting fire in case it should
occur within reach of the mains from
this tank. Mr. VanNess in erecting
this tank has shown himself to be a
public spirirted citizen, looking to.
ward the welfare of the town as well
as himself, and should have the appro
bation of his fellow townsmen in his
efforts to maintain a water system
that will not only supply his own
wants but those of many of the citi
zens of Welsh.
For Sale.
320 acres of rice land. E I See. 13,
Tp 9 S, R 6, by W. P. Weber or H. C
Gill, Lake Charles, La. 20
' IN 1901 AS HERETOFORE jR
WE WILL BE Ut
tILEADERS IN LOW PRICESU"
$EP Our Goods are First-Class. Our Prices the Lowest @
I iA Full and Complete Line of I)ry Goods, f
I Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Ut
Our Grocery Department is Unexcelled.
U MARTIN BROS, & CO., O a
. luL
LUWels., Lo.u.isiaza.
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Armstrong Machine & Well Works Co,,
Lir=.itedc
Oil and Water Well Strainers Made on Short Notice
Smokestacks, Breechings and Boiler Re
pairing. Boilers and Engines.
.........AGENTS FOR.........
J. I. Case Threshln Malchine Compa's Complete Li
Brass and Malleable Steam Fitting, Luhricat,~r, Injectors, Gauie
Cocks, Water Glasses, Etc., Galvanized and Black Pipe,
Pipe Cutting to Sketch, Estimates Given, Work Guaranteed.
ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS. LATHE WORK. BLACKSMITHING AND
............ HORSE HOEING............
Welsh., - - - - Loxsia2.a
I II I I I ,, --- ' -Y , a
1907
IS WITH US.
Make your New Year's resolve good--start
a bank account and, in financial matters,
protect yourself from the errors of others; pay
all your bills by checks--it is the one safe
way. We make no charge for keeping your
books for you.
We thank you one and all for your liberal
patronage of the past year and it is our sin
cere wish that 1907 be a Happy and Prosper
ous year to you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
L. E. Robinson. President. Chas. P. Ilartin, Vice-President.
E. C. Willard, Cashier.
Welsh, Louisiana.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMIENT
Having purchased the rlarket and Gro
cery Business formerly conducted by Aristile
Benoit, I desire to announce to the people of
Welsh and vicinity, that the business will be
conducted in a thoroughly business like man
ner; that we shall carry a full line of fresh
up-to-date goods, and shall accord to all
prompt and courteous treatment.
I ask a share of your patronage and as.
sure you that my constant effort shall be to
satisfy my customers.
Yours for Business,
A. L. ARCENEAUX,
That's the nouse the Doctor built,
The biggest house you see;
Thank goodness he don't get our
money,
For we take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea, Cooper Drug Co.
Messrs Hutcheson & Scroggins has
just completed what is said to be one
of the best irrigation wells ever
brought in, in this section of the
country. This well is on the place
just east of town which Mr, Arm
strong recently purchased. It is 305
feet deep and hts 81 feet of the Rayne
slotted straiu r in it. When tested
with a California pump it threw a sol
id stream ten inches in diameter for a
distance of six feet. Mr. Armstrong
is justly proud of his new well.
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