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L ACCOLVCTA'T. COLLECTIONS.
VP. P.RUSSELL, Jr., -
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Wels h Chapter, , . . A. 31
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jIT. IE MANDELL
}ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
S Succesr,1' :' \' .,:. m'ren t.
tion, Tramroads, Drafting
and Blue Printing.
ChavaI,,1w' l, IildiIng?,
LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.U
,pouthernl I' ic il i ' ile c(arl.
S. due ,. £:40 a. t..
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Sdue .. 1.-:5 t . 'I .
i 8 due .............. .. p. n.
due............. 3:55 . in
W i.:-T BOUND.
5 due................. 3:14 p. in.
i ue ... 9:04 a. m.
Nos. 7 and S night trains.
pone 34 for further information.
.1. F. TUBBS, Agent.
Rice Bran at Jones Bros.
Ed. Schartff went to New Orleans on L
. gnioess Sunday. L
(More clothing at Daniels, the nob.
B. E. Mledus was a business visitor tl
Jsaennings Wednesday. r
The, 1Model Grocery has the best o n
';rytbing to eat
oIv. Father Cools went to Crowley b
gnday to visit friends.
Best Steak at Daniels, for 10 cents
Clyde LaRue of Lake Charles, is a
ong friends in Welsh. ii
rnational Stock Food in pails, re
as, Carr was a business visitor L
ae Charles Saturday. g
lot of new Leather Post Cards,
Journal Book Store.
f. Ward Anderson went to Lake h
es Tuesday morning.
one of those $5 suits at Dan- p
and save $5.
Fontenot and wife were shop- li
in Lake Charles Monday, tl
style, size, action and quality,
hard to equal the Big Three.
James Ellis was a business vis- E
the parish seat Tuesday.
are invited to examine our T
in weaving. Lydia Peterseim.
`. Arceneaux was a business vis- T
o the parish capital Monday, o
Model Grocery has nice fresh sI
and cakes always on hand. cE
D. Morse, of Jennings, was a
as caller in our city Tuesday. st
u are invited to examine our
in weaving. Lydia Peterseim.
C. M. Cessford of LakeCharles
Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
have just received a fine line of hi
and Rugs, at Welsh Furni- r,
Chas Jeter and H. A, Day- is
were business visitors to Jen- R
't burn your old clothes. Have de
'made into carpet by Lydia Peter
R. McBurney went to Edgerly fr
ay after some cattle which he ai
are intending to study piano,
Sor vocal music, see Mrs. H.
Barry, of the Welsh Imple
mpany, was a business visitor
ue Glidden Hog Wire, car E
ved by Faught Lumber Co. Ic
--I mble ofJennings, attended st
rial service held at the Pres- J
church here Sunday.
ye iust received a fine line of it
and Rugs, at Welsh Furni- it
eyL. A. Goudeau of Lake
was a business visitor in
idav and Saturday.
Glidden Hog Wire, car lE
ivei byu Faught Lumber Co. ei
-our r.v of Jennings, was a
the out tuxnu visitors who t]
he st c )1 I!roiram Friday a
,,j :. .
U. S. Flour, today $1.25, but price
subject to change without notice; at su
Dan Bailey, the popular piano man
from Lake Charles, was calling upon wi
prospective buyers in Welsh Friday fr
and Saturday. sh
Model Meat Market, that is the se
place to go. They treat you nicely fr
and give you your money's worth. 01
Royaline Pills save Doctor's Bills.
For sale by Cooper Drug Co., and
Crescent Drug Store.
Miss Bonnie Belle Doan went to
Iowa Wednesday to spend a few days
visiting her grand-parents, Mr. and eh
Mrs. M1. P. Wilcox. a
Cinderell a Slippers, the latest thing th
out in the way o(f Leather Post Cards: M
atthe Journal hook Store.
Mrs. Coley, of Lake Charles, was ca
called to Welsh Monday on acc unt ha
of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. ie
l.'()11 ..\-. .:: .\ fetw sacks of Hlon- e
durais seed rice, fro(m imported seed
on sci,. l uquire of Day's Warehouse. th
Miss (;Grace Furgeson, of Vinton. of
who has been attending school at
Lafayette, is spending the week with }e
her friend, Miss Ethel Morgan. eri
If you wish to keep dry, go to Paul
W. I)aniels for rmackintoshes, slickers,
rubber boots, over shoes, hats and t
leeler Moore went to Lafayette
Monday evening to attend commence
went exercises there. He has a broth"
er attending the Institute there whom
lie will visit. fo
Paint! Paint: l'aint! Use Devoe lb
Lead and Zinc. It is the best and
goes further. For sale by Faught w
Lumber Company. an
The Catholic ladies have decided on
giving a grand fair for the benefit of
their church building fund on July the S
Fourth. Particulars will be an- b
Flood Wilks is a beautiful blood
bay, 16 hands high, weighs 1,240 C
pounds, sire Brick Wilks, grandson
of George Wilks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W . E Faught and Je
daughter, Daphena, visited friends re
and attended commencement exercises st,
in Jeanerette Friday and Saturday, tw
returning home Monday. hi
Paint! Paint! Paint! Use Devoe
Lend and Zinc. It is the best and
goes further. For sale by Faught fr.
Lumber Company ic
Miss. Myrtle LaRue of Lake Charles,
who has been visiting at the Covey
home for the past ten days, returned
to her home Tuesday morning accom
panied by Miss Tessie Davis. DI
Slabs For Sale: Fifty cents per
load. Get your summer's wood while
the roads are good. At A. B. Clark, in
'7i miles southwest of Welsh. 43 ra
Rev. Paul Leeds and wife left for ti
Kinder Tuesday, where Mr. Leeds y
will fill his regular appointment.
They will remain in Kinder until
Why do you scratch? Royaline th
Tetter Ointment will stop that Itchirg h
or your money back. 50 cents. For
sale by Cooper Drug Co., and Cres
cent Drug Store.
Gee. W Cosner of Welsh, a large of
stockholder in the Cosner-Zeirler te
plantation, south of Lake Charles, is de
here today, Saturday, transacting M
business.-Jennings Times-Record. mi
Mrs. H. M. Crain, a graduate in he
piano, guitar, and vocal music, with wl
18 years experience in teaching, offers fu
her services as a teacher to the pat
rons of music of Welsh. m
LOST: A lady's gold watch, name di
in back. Also an Eastern Star pin. m
Reward for return for same. Leave Hi
at Cooper's Drug Store, or at resi- e
dence. Mrs. John H. Cooper.
Mrs. W. E, Faught entertained her F
Sunday School class and a feN little
friends Tuesday afternoon. Games
and delicious refreshment made the Is
time a delightful one for the little TI
Wall Paper? Yes we have the tinest C
line of samples in the city and invite
you to call and look at them. Our
goods are right, and so are our
prices. Journal Book Store.
Buddy Frure and Mayo Miller, of er
Eunice, were in Welsh Wednesday fo
looking after a stray horse which had ed
been taken up by one of our citizens wl
sometime since and advertised in the co
H. H. Hormell of Lake Charles, was ot
in Welsh Saturday and Sunday visit
ing friends. He and Mrs. Hormell in
will leave within a few days for Cali- a
fornia, where they will spend the sum- th
Chas Hanlev and Miss Jessie Find
ley of Roanoke, attended the play giv
en by the Blanchard Literary Society a
Friday night. Miss Findley also act
ed as one of the judges in the gold
medal contest held between the ac:s of fr
thle Play, Prof. Courtnev of Jennings, fi
and Ward Anderson of Lake Charles, di
e U. S. Flour, today $1.25., but price 1.
t subject to change without notice: at pos
n Miss Gussie Robinson of 1Roanoke,
n was the guest of Mrs. W. B. Gabbert
V from Saturday until Tuesday, when e
she left for Iowa where she will visit phl
several days with former pupils and tup
Of all the fruits there are in the land, gla
That grow on bush or tree. sch
I would give up the choicest ones
For Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Cooper I)rug C. ao.
Mrs. . .1. (;illema and her four 1e,
? children, of Dentonia, Nlissi ssilssipp, i ::
arrived Wednesday evening, and will itel
spend three or four weeks visiting at wes
I the home of Mrs. Uillenman's brother, Ilo0
Mr. I. . E. obinson, of this city. a,
Will receive the first of the week, a the
car of Silver Fox Flour, the best flour ittt
t handled in Welsh, which will Ie sold to t
" reasonable. We advise you to get an I
extra supply, as (o od lour will soonl hon
SIe much more expenlsive to buy. n;r
,J. ii. ('lark, the ellicient Imltiaemr or f c(''
I the ('umnberland telephone exchange, liy
of Welsh, spent several days in Ilaton her
R uge last week, attending the cot,- 1
yention of superintenldets and iminaia- llt
ers of the Cumierland company's lou
I I ut
Any young man or woman wishing
to take a course in business college,
the .Journal can sell him or her a
scholarship in one of the hbest cunm- Du
Sniercial colleges in the South and
give a liberal discount on the price. j
Miss Leirun, who has taught room off
four of our city schools since about far
Christmas, left for her home in New ele
Iberia Monday on No. 10. She has tict
made many friends during her stay in 0UM
Wt elsh, who wish for her a most pleas- of
ant vacation. M(
The Welsh Machine,,,,,,
B Shops manufacture the
best pump or heavy duty in
pulley on the market. wh
o Call and see us. Pra:
Ed. Morris, manager of the South
western Rice and Canal Co., south of
1 Jennings, is here today, Friday and
s reports that during the heavy rain ti
storm which raged there yesterday net
twenty calves were lost and and water on.
higher than was ever known in that ble
e section.-Jennings Times-Record. ton
I It's too bad to see people who go pet
t from day to day sutfering from phys- te
ical weakness, when Hollister's Rocky che
Mountain Tea would make them well. doe
The greatest tonic known. 35 cents, of
Tea or Tablets. Cooper Drug',Co. tak
-W. B. Gabbert, a prominent rice cen
ulanter of welsh, is here today, Satur- Stu
day, on business and states that rice
planting has been seriously delayed
in that section by the recent heavy t
rains, and that the situation looks
very blue for the farmers as less than int(
r fifty per cent. of the contemplated acre- tor
5 aye has been planted.-Times-Rlecord. no
Summer is here and so are we, with the
plenty of ice for everybody. We are all
better prepared to serve the public
B than ever before, and shall be glad to St
? have your orders. Phone No. 5. S
r Welsh Ice Factory, for
O. S. Carr & Sons, proprietors. mu
Miss Bettie Porter, who took charge is
3 of room three about the middle of the sh
' term, and completed the school year, cos
3 departed for her home in Natchitoches cat
SMonday afternoon. Miss Porter has str
many friends here who regret to see be
Sher leave, but who wish her happiness sto
1 wherever she may be situated in the eas
3 future. o
- Artists have no trouble in securing for
models. The famous beauties have fur;
Sdiscarded corsets and have become
models in face and form since taking
SHollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
- cents, Tea or Tablets. Cooper Drug the
For Ache orPain
For Sprain or Bruise,
Is the thing to use.
Try it and you will use nothing else.
That's the way they all do. 25 cents,
50 cents. For sale by Cooper Drug
t Co., and Crescent Drug Store.
Mrs. Fred Brasher, who has been
r spending a few days visiting friends
in Welsb, left for her home in Jen
nings Monday afternoon. Mrs. Irash- *
I er is the daughter of Elmer U. Plum, a
Y formerly of this place, but now locat
I ed in St. Lawrence county, N. Y., A
s whither Mrs. Brasher will go in the
a course of a couple of weeks to spend
the summer visiting her father and
s other relatives.
Prof. Philips, left Wednesday even
Sing for DeRidder where he will spend i
-a few days getting acquainted with
the people, having4accepted the prin- u
cipalship of the DeRidder schools for
the coming year. From there he will
go to Arkansas where he will spend
the summer visiting his home folk
and scenes. Prof. Philips leaves lb
many*friends and no enemies in rt
Welsh. His reason for changing the
from Welsh to Vetmalter is purely a
Sfinancial one, due to the fact DeRid
5 der felt able to pay a larger salary
Miss Parchment, who has filled the
position of assistant principal in ourl'
city schools since (Christmas, left f or
Dallas. Texas, Wednesday where she
will spend a few days visiti1ng relat
ives, fromn there she will go to Mlem-
phis, Tennessee, where she will take
up work in the l'eabody Institute dl'r
ing the sumiimier. Miss Parchment Lhas
IMade many friends here who will
gladly welc omne her return tob tlie
schools next fall.
In the case of NM. 1. VanNess \y
Capt. Walsh of New Orleans, tried
last Frliday in Luke Charles, ill which
Mil. VanNe,'s prays for judgmenut if
$*2.3(i) for pitting (down two ir'igiatilun
wells on Capt. \ alsh's farml ilort'th
west of Welshl, .udg'te Miller hanllted
(ldown Ia deti ision lMonidav mornil,
awarl'ding M11r. VtnilnNess ju]2 gment t:)
the amount of *1,)00). C'apt. Walsh,s
att.ornilels say' they will 'arry tihe case
to the suplremlle ;(i(urt.
NMiss ,leannette Shaw returned n l, her
home in Jennings Mlonday, after hulv
in 'ollmlllet,'dl her f 'urtllh e( ' Iof sul'
c'essfltl wtrk in the Velshi ( 'ity S·el ,
li ly her sincere ct'otscienltiittts work an;t
her genitlet andl kindly disl)()sitilln.
Ilis, Shaw has won a plae in the
heart, iof both pupils anti parents,
seldoti attained hV anty tealier Latl
we kinow that not only the chiilli iol.
ibut the parents as well, will he gltad to
learn that "Mliss Nettie" will tea:chl
rooili nlijumber one next yeal' again.
Dlliil ifttlhe Holdilng and innecessary
I am ii emphatically opposed to dual
office holdting in any capacity, and, as
far as it rests within my pIowrr, if
elected, I intend to see that this Ilrac
tice shall no longer prevail. I ami
unalterably opliposed to the creation
of any moi'e otilces by the legislature.
More than this, I iam in favor of the
abolition olif all unnecessary atllices.
The multiplicati on of boards lthroni ugh
olt the state, rendered necessary by
our conditions, seems to have carried
in their wake the creation of inunera
ble minor positions, the hecessity for
which does not appeal to me. With
proper legislative action along these
lines, large sums of money can be
saved to the state. J. Y. Sanders.
What numbers of women (i'rag their
way in pain through the endless du
ties that crowd brain and hand and
heart. But life's work must still go
on. Panoel is a priceless boon and
blessing to suffering women. It gives
strength and quiet to the tired nerves,
tones the digestion, improves the ap
petite, brings restful. refreshiniig sleep,
regulates everv function, rids the sys
temn of malaria, puts roses on the
cheeks. and joy in the heart. And it
does it in a way so different fromn that
of or inary medicines that it calls
forth thie loudest praises. Pleasant to
take as lemonade. Try it now. 50
cents, six for $2.50. For sale by
Cooper Drug Co., and Crescent D)rng
A marrow Escape.
G. W. Cloyd, a merchant of Plunk,
Mo., had a narrow escape four years
ago, when' he ran a jimson burr
into his thumb., He says: "The doc
tor wanted to amputate it, but I would
not consent. I bought a box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve, and that cured
the dangerous wound." 25 cents at
Stockmen Readt-Insure Your Stock!
Say Mr. Stock Owner, can you af
ford to carry the responsibility of your
mules, horses and cattle, when there
is a responsible concern who will
shoulder it for you for only a small
cost? Insure your mules, horses and
cattle now. Don't wait until disease
strikes them an then apply, for it will
be too late then. I will insure your
stock against loss by death from dis
ease, fire, lightning, tornados, cy
clones and every other cauality, also
accidents. Think of it! Can you af
ford to miss the opportunity? For
further particulars call on or address
P. S.:-I also want good reliable
agents in every town and parish in
Antyoe sending a sketh ted description ma
quickly s .lntai our opinion fe whthe.r an
inventoin Is probably P tn.ble. omm...mu .l"
tlons strictlycon dewthd. nnAIOBuuO on aatenta
sent free. Oldest Oiaency for eeuringpatents.
Patent taken throu Mnn & Co. receive
spccii toe, without obarse, in the
A handsomely illstrated weekly. Lraet del
culation of a ly sclentlflo ornaL Terl s. ~
year; four mouths. $L 8014oe 1by anew aeater.
Mi t Coy 'N~*,HNew York
rc' h~ ~Ia. B St. Wauhino D. C.
revent har (or ftntbrax),
ith mv USING
in- Gutter's Gharbon (i---: ) Vaci1ns
'or "GfLIOllRfl I'$ PORITE"
ll On accout of suerior results from its
iuse, it has ractally iper d all
nd foreign and other vaccines tb arbon
(or anthrax) districts of Caiforn, and It
1k has been larely and successfully used in
les Iberia parish sand viinity for the past
three years. Write to the manufatturers,
in The cutter Analytic Laboratory, Ian
Francisco, Cal., for testimonials and for
ng their new free booklet on Charbon and ,
a Blackleg. fu
id. Cutter's Vaccine is for sale by |
Iry ESTORGE DRUG CO. 1i
NEW IBIRIA. LA.
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institutiotn that is abll t,, a .si't \11t1 when it n ' tllt' t til,,
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E. C. Willard, Cashier.
for the least mon
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A complete history of the fa i n
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booksellers, Lake Charles, La.
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