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p. Russell, Jr.
Notary Public Collections eral Insurance justice of the Peace Ward 2. [Tls - La. i NDMANDELL E NGINEER and SURVEYOR Successor to A. 1:. Parent. tion, Tramroads, I)rafting and Blue Printing. CharannAe R uiIltnilS, EKE ClARLES, LOUSIANA. leathern Pacific 1'iII 4 Carl. EAST 101. NPP ti :i() a. Il. " due ... . .. .. ... 1. 14 a. m due ... .... ...... a4 . In \os 7····· and ' i' ' nt t'l~ ~ 34 for furtrlll. d j. I.' 'I'ru pp ~. e\ .t. For 'p-T-D: t e ve, Haircut, Shampoo or Massage .. TRY THOMY HEBERT'S sI 0 - Next Door to Post Office. PHONE N0.'7 spof All Kinds, With or Without Drivers. GIVE ME A CALL. 1HAS. DAUTEL. JD, KlfIBALL, hCksimithing AND Horseshoeing. tihdsof Repairinigr a Specialty. loeated on North \lans street. 1:. L. G. Lewis was among the ofnis Saturday. C.Cosner was a business visi- t kJennings Monday. ] kVoecovers most, lasts longestt ieheapest Faught sells it tl. Saxby transacted business ings Tuesday afternoon. "I. M. B. VanNess visited Mn Crowley W'edlnesdacl . Prina Feed at Jones West of Jennings was a caller in Welsh Saturday. 'N want the cheapest and int, get Devoe, at Faughts ºC. Gregg of Roanoke was ing business in Welsh Wed _ad Mrs. John Robinson lasengers to Lake Charles Iyo going to paint you io use Devoe; Faught and Paul Findley of Iowa guests of their sister, Mrs. Id, Saturday. OCalcasieu parish, brought te,for sale at the Journal .A. Covey and her guest, , drove to Jennings for i t friends Friday. welch went to Houston 1 spend a few days visit at that place. Feed at Jones Messrs. Paul W. Daniels and R. M. Gray were business visitors to tr Jennings Tuesday. P The best painters recommend Devoe's paints For sale at Fangh's pi lumber yard w Mrs. Lyons of Sulphur, who had tl been the guest of friends in Welsh for a few days returned to her re home Monday evening. pl Thorough-bred Scotch Collie pl)ups for sale. Call or write H. T. Welch. Welsh, La. ri Mr. and Mrs. Alcide Dferu of tC Bell City were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Aristile Benoit, Saturday a:1nd Sunday. p Did you see those Indian Clothes Hampers at the Welsh Furniture . Store? They are beauties. Rev. E. E . . Rees, of the Ad ventest church, left for DeRidder a Monday. where he will spend sonme k time doing evangelistic work fomr his (churtch.l. W.\.Nrn:o:- -To bu a few calves, also yearling and twoi-year-old heifers. Inquire at the Journal Office. Il II Leo 'nkel returned Fri dayl fromt St. ELl:l:irids College, at Austin,! Texas. where he has Ibeen for tlhei past winter attending school. C Mr. and Mlrs. A. P. llarrimian t were nion( those who took :ad-l vantalge f the f the excursion rate to the (;lllf Saturil:iv to enjo a i shorIt P vaiatl tion. [''cot )iomy that is eci(' onoIllv wh en you use Hlorse Shoe Paint. We I keep a full line. Morse Ildw. Co. t Mrs. U. L. LaRue of Lake Charles t came over to Welsh the latter part 1' of last week and spent several ildas here, the guest of former friends and acquaintances. t Miss Clara Craig of Jennings was I the guest of her sister, Mrs. Paul 1 \V. Daniels, Tuesday night. She returned to her home Wednesdayiv, aco om pani ed by her sister and Miss Hattie Daniels. Use Flyo-Curo on your stock and save feed. For . sale by ,'lorse Hdw. Co. t Ilenry l"ontenot of Bell (ity3 was trading in W:elsh Wedneslay. lie t says that his rice is practically all s up aniii llotiied and that lie has a p1rospe(.t for ma fue crop this year Mi-ss Belle Sinders, n of Jenniiiings, Swho has ,ecn spending a few days 1 visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ioor, and( her sister, Mrs. A. IT Jones. returnedl to her homie SSatuurii. R. (;iardiol, formerly miller at the Gulf mIill )ut now with the Iota mills. was in town tlhe first of the week, spending a few days with his family, returning to lota Vedl nesday morning. Win. Fenton and wife of Fenton, LLa., were itn Welsh Monday. They were on their return trip from GaIl veston, having taken advantage of the excursion rate to spend a few days in that city. Deputy Sheriff Leonard of Rice was transacting business in Welsh Tuesday. He reports that seedling is finishedl in his section of the country, and that the crop is look ing fairly good. Rev. T. W. Fowler of Texas is conducting a series of meetings at the Baptist church this week and next. Mr. Fowler is an evangelist of wide reputation and it is hoped that much good will result from the meetings. H. MI. Jones, who has been em ployed in the Daniels store for several months past, has accepted( a iposition with the Planter's Sup ply Company of Jennings and will move to that burg the latter part I of this week. Mrs. H. C. Butler and her son, SMaster I)orris, left Thursday for r their home in Jackson, Michigan' where they will spend the summer. I They have been down here a year - or more with Mr. Butler, manager of the Central City Oil company. SMr. Butler himself contemplates a visit in the north about the middle of August. . For Rent or Sale-5-room cot tage, desirably located. Apply to Paul W. l)aniels. C. E. Smith, of Port Arthur, prominent in oil circles, was in Welsh Thursday looking over the the situation in the field here. Our line of water coolers. freezers, ref rigerat ors antl ice boxes is com plete. (Get our prices. Morse 1Hardware Co. IHowarid elch f Houston ar rive(dl in Welsh Mlonlday for in ex tended visit with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Welh. Peter Hlelwige of New ()rlean , president of the Hlill Top Oil coim- - pay, was in Welsh Thursday illspecting tihe compa ny's holdings mIni at the lield. Je Help to keep charbon away from your stock by keeping the flies and mo squitoes off. Flyo-Curo hr will do it. Florse Hdw. Co. olh Earnest Hladike went to New O Orleans Mlonday to attend the meetillng and 1,ganllizatioln of the i Hood's linmunes. which company was ,l istert e int o service ltel iyears ago 111 the I6th of this molnth. II t he W\\elsth FurnitureI StIre. or' a: 1 shortllit t ' lie thee N ill lie sold at 1i0 l 1 eller ( e'( t (Sl-'( nlit fl'oll regul:r. 'Mrs. Kate lItoi nso1 and her twoI lhi lr en, liss Salit e iandl Master Hornce, who have been enjying a t two weeks' visit at the holme of their (laughter andl sister, Mrs. ' Fannie Lawson. returned to their' ho rme in Lafayette Tuesl ly. i( See VanNess' Pump at- tl tachment, note its sim- t1 plicity and economy- 11 The price is right too. Mr andI Mrs. P1 . It. Gootlreau s were amnlong the Welsh people who I went on the Galveston excursion ii Saturdan. Mrs. Goo(l'reau had in- If tended remaining in Texas for ,aP couple of' weelks, Iut was ,', llelled 1 to ((mile home On a(coiunt of lillness. Ii .\IIn\ 'y 0 11;'' i lll (,ro \\( 1)o lIIi l \i.-lhilg to, take a course in business c(,ol(~-ce, tlhe .lournal can sell hiim or her a scholarship in one of the best clin- It einclrial colleges in the S(,uth and pi\e a liiheral disc un(1 lt 1,n thle lricI. .1tIn Caiilmbell returned \\'Wed nisdaty foim a few days' trip tl 1 hl'(erlx wherlie he has Ieein lo1,king after the phlnttation thit he :ant Mr. \\. . IIT. utclheson have there. 1le replorts the c'ro!ps there to lbe in 'You can keep youi' hoiiiie iiceie 1and lcoll if you use a gas(,lineii stive. A Jewel will pIlease you. 1Morse Iltardware Co,. John Stor'r, one (,f the leading a iner'liaits of our neighboring burg, lowa, was trntsactinr business in \Welsh Tuesday. He rieports busi- s ness at Iowa to be in a l)i'osperous x c(ondition. with prospects for a splentldil cirop. I,1. (). Guzman, one of the pioneer 2 rice planteirs of Woodlawn, was transacting business in Welsh Tues- c day. I-He says the crop is pretty ' well in in his section, and that he has as fine a showing as he has ever seen for a first class crop this year. c 1TAE:Ns Ur:-At our place, six miles a Ssouth of Welsh, La., one bay horse I pony being blind in right eye, bran 1 dedt on left shoulder, about ten years old. Owner can have same by - broving property and paying costs. r Wim. Todd and Sons. One )by one the unsightly fences 1 through the city are being taken t down, leaving beautiful lawns which are a credit to any town unincumbered by useless fences. Tearing down ol0 fences, building new walks, grading the streets, and ' giving a splendidl dry majority, are r. a few of the steps by which Welsh ir is advancing to the place where she ar rightfully belongs as one of the Y. most progressive and enterprising a towns of the state. You cant le keep a good town down. A beautiful new line of (tpost cardls has just been received Ii the *Journal Book and Stationery store. We invite you to call and inspect saime. Prices 2 for ac to i .( each. 1T.KiEN "i:- At Ily placie 7 iiiles southeast iof Welsh, red Inulev heifer, unllrandelod, about 13 ealrs old. Tip of tail is white. Came to my place al aut M\larch 1, 1)tS8. Owner canll have saliie by prov'ing property a1(nd pa)ying costs. .John Stirobe, welshi, 1.: Salimuel Il:ackforI, tax collector andl ('ityV clerk (f the town\\i of w\elsh, departedi Suilv oi his :ii 1nul:ii' visit to his chilbren in New \lexiu',. lie \ill he gone for t\\wo o thr'e miiontlhs enjoyi the ply:la t (,omiptniollshii oi f hiis chilir(,n 1 ( the invigorating aiInsphere of tle inountil inlis. The work oif putting (lxwin co iieiilt walks is agai piii rog res.ig a:iplldly :after :1 delay of seve(r:al (days, ldue to the material beingI delayed ibl" thle high water ii thie north It is the universal co(in menllt of traveling meln and tourists that VWelsh has the finest walks that they find in iny of the towiis of the south. 11. A. D)avidson and John Arm strong, were in Baton Rouge the first of the week with a petition signed Iby albout three hunllred residents of this section of the prio posetd newx parish, opposinrig p risn dlivision. at i heariig of tne Bruner Iill by :i joint e niniiiiittee of the house and senate. .1. W. Cooper an 1 wife, living just east of txown, ,,departed Moli Lay afternooin for 1D)ieks. Nebrask:la, where tlhey will spendi the sunll er witii their sonii, A. . Cooper. who formerly lived h iere andl is well known to mio)st of 11our readers. .r. anld Mlrs. Co(oper Ihave well earned their vacat icli, ha\'ilin been lxown hIere thiirteel \'ears with but one short trip outsidle the state since coining here. li0rohl( and Mliss Lizzie will look after the farm dur ing the ablsence of their parents. George IRichwoodl of Los Angeles, Calitornia, who has been spending a few weeks as a guest at the homie , of his sister, Mrs. W. P. Russell, went to Rayne Wednesday for a - short visit with friends Mr. Rich s oo(l, who ma kes frequent journies ( Sfrom California to the Carolinas, ( says Welsh has the finest walks of 4 r any town that he sees on his trips. ( sHe also says that the Louisiana ( - climate far surpasses the far famed ( elinmate of California. s For Sale or Trade. Two lots in l)autel subdivision at corner .outh of Goodrean residtlence. Cheap on terms to suit or will take s any kind of live stock in trade. Philip Mliller, Jennings, La. Big Revival Meeting at Welsh. A big tent meeting will be held at. Welsh from July !9 to 19. lIev. Bud Robinson, the converted cow boV o . west Texas, will be in charge. This ( is one of the blest opportunities the people of Welsh and vicinity have s had of hearing one of the greatest a evangelists in the field. The pieolple of neighboring towns are cordially Is invited to come and stay with us n throughout the meeting. Also all the other churchesof the city are cordially invited to unite with us in these meet Sings. J. A. Carruth, Pastor. Yon ('an SNever Tell ;h just exactly the cause of your rheu matism, but you know you have it. ie Do you know that Ballard's Snow Liniment will cure it?-relieves the pain-reduces the swelling and lim g hers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as you ever were. Price 25c, 50c and 81,00. Sold by all dealers. *SEE g VanNess' Pump Attachment 8 BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER 8 It embodies the same Simple and Correct Principles as 8 the Indestructible Pulleys we have been putting out for the past two or three yerrs. The I R r 1( is R1 IG II T too. WELSH fIACHINE SHOPS OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 08X oooo80000000000oooooooC ADVANTAGES AND OPPORTUNITIES 8 '8 |1' I llJ ;iii\. Lu i ;r L l ;11I ', ,1llt.. !1: jlt ! e'\'1'ý, I I;.1l tli ; ''. ';tý 1 "% '] t,I l. ppo tunity to s ltln' t . : b l tnk w('if ,', ' sl'. :,u. Stllin.s,; day. .\r, l ti i, t I THIS BANK antId get til. rI'ii,' t. 8 .\n ii\ l,;l't ,'r all thll , i , di u,(I . t \, .;ti. 'i; 8,, hI re t't';1tl tfft 'fal u ;It iln + « ,\+' - !, " '8 t tf it 8 `,,, i it '.u b, I.,'t to l a',, , r ,,I , r,.I'. I'lRSTI' NATION.\L l\NI(. VW I-Ir II. I.+\. 8r, Sr I # I HEBERT'S ICE CREAM PARLOR rt The Popular Resort for ICE CREAM, SOFT DRINKS, NUTS AND CANDIES. A. L. HEBERT, Prop., Welsh, La. I "N NUBLACK " Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly, Are Sure Fire, I-." Will Stand Reloading. iJ- They Always Get The Game. For Sale Everywhere. $ wooD! WOOD! WELSH WOOD YARD is now prepared to furnish you either Stove Wood or Cord Wood at Reasonable Prices. D. C. BOTTORFF, eOffice at Jones' Feed Store. Welsh, - Louisiana. e COMMERCIAL NURSERY CO. • -OF- - lei WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE • , GROWERS OF' °e High Grade Nursery Stock : *v * : If in need of anything in the line of fruit trees, vines or ornamental shrubbery write for cata . log and prices. a IW " All goods guaranteed to grow and be true g . to name. at * i a Satsuma Oranges a Specialty : :""OOOOOO "OO"""O"O""""""""""""OO""OOO"O""""""O*O*"