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1P. Russell, Jr.
~ic of the Peace
GINEER and SURVEYOR
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Win. P. Russell, Jr.
at Sunday in
, of Iowa, was
.was a Sunday
a business visi
was a business
" and Fields
o Lafayette for
sia Welsh Sun
S8. Carr were
to of Mrs. R.
L. B. Graves and Rev. Carrutt
a made a business trip to the parist
seat Monday evening.
Civil Engineer A. E. Parent, ol
Bell City, was a Dleasent caller at
our office Wednesday.
SMr. and Mrs. D. R. Read and
their sister, Esther, visited home
folks in Iowa Sunday.
R. E. Medus, of the Jennings
mill of this city, was a Lake
Charles visitor Sunday.
Jim Clark, Felix Aiceneau and
G. G. Ewing took in the excursion
to Lake Charles Sunday.
Mrs. Writter of Jennings was the
guest of Mrs. Chas. Stewart, of
this city, the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hall and
daughter, Dorothy, were the guests
of friends in Jennings Sunday.
Mrs. Jno. H. Poe and little son,
Frank, of Lake Charles, were guests
at the Singleton home Sunday.
For Sale--A nine-room house on
two lots, well fenced. Apply to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Daniels of
Jennings were Welsh visitors Sun
day, returning Sunday morning.
Hon. S. N. Young of Lake
Charles was in Welsh Satur(lay
looking after his political chances.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Covey were
among the Welsh people who went
on the excursion to Lake Charles
S. C. Cary of Lake Charles was
over Mondlay starting a new Peer
less threshing outfit for the Cline
WANTED:-To buy a few calves,
also yearling and two-year-old
heifers. Inquire at the Journal
Miss Winnie Lewis went to
Crowley for a short visit at the
home of her brother. MIr. H. E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. \W. Cooper re
turned Saturday from an extended
visit with friends and relatives in
W. E. Faught, our popular lum
berman, made a business trip to
Jeanerette Saturday, returning Sun
T. A. McGuire, a prominent
young pIlanter of the Roanoke
vicinity, was a business visitor in
Mrs. Chas. Scaggs returned Mon
day from a weeks' visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Limbocker,
of Lake Arthur.
W. R. Fowler, one of the promi
nent young business men of Roan
oke, was transacting business in
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterson
came over from Jennings Monday.
Mr. Patterson is still helping Mr.
Grear in the jewelry store.
L. L. LaFaye of New Orleans
has accepted the position of rice
grader for the Gulf Mill of this
city for the present season.
Mr. Anderson, who has a posi
tion with the Signal Clothing Store,
went to Lake Charles Sunday to
spend the day with his family.
Joe Huffman, MIert Davis, Leo
Patterson and Ed. Ryther were
among those who enjoyed the ex
cursion to Lake Charles Sunday.
For Sale or Rent-Aoogd six
room dwelling house; good welland
cistern; good location. For further
information inquire at Journal of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Miller of
Roanoke were in town Tuesday
morning taking advantage of the
big sale at the Signal Clothing
See the large assort
ment of Henny Buggies
and surreys just received
at Welsh Carriage & Im
Wilber Kiplinger, formerly with
this office, arrived in Welsh Tuesday
after a three months' visit with
friends in Ohio. Mrs. Kiplinger and
their son, Lester, will remain in the
north for six or eight weeks longer.
iMr. J. T. Feaustone, genera;
i superintendent of maintenance of
Nashville, Tenn., was in Welsh
f this week looking over the com
J. 8. Rust, Jr., agent for the
Queen Insurance Co., of New York
City, was in Welsh Saturday and
established W. P. Russell, Jr., as
their agent here.
Philip Miller, the popular buyer
for the Connover Rlice Mill, was
in town the middle of the week
bIuying rice. He secured several
nice lots of rice while here.
Having decided to locate else
where, I desire to sell my black
smith shop and tools. Will sell
the complete outfit for $110.00,
worth twice the money.
Mr's. R. C. McCoy went to Elster
wood Monday to visit friends and
relatives. Her daughter, Miss
Eunice. went over Tuesday for a
short visit also.
Will Russell, who has worked in
the Jennings mill of this place for
several years past, has accepted a
position with the Roanoke mill,
where he will run the hullers the
A complete threshing outfit, 25
H. P. (Ga:1. Scott engine, in perfect
ordler, and(l Advance separator, new
last year, for sale or will trade for
stock or for land if rightly located.
Inquire at this office or address A.
J. Finley, Iowa, La.
Mrs. A. Mclh.illian and her son,
Earl, of Roanoke, were trading in
Welsh Monday. Earl says they
sol(l their first threshing of rice
Saturday to the IRoanoke mill for
$3.s, per barrel.
Messrs. Millpaw and Andrus of
Opelousas were in town Saturday
oirculating a petition for placing
in nomination Jos. LaSalle. of that
city, for candidate as representa
tive on the republlican ticket.
Lay in your supply of
winter wood while it is
cheap. A new car just
received at Welsh Wood
Yard, office Jones' Feed
A. C. Morgan, who was quite
seriously injured some time ago by
his horse falling on him, was able
to come to town in his buggy Mon
day, although one foot is still band
aged and of but little use to him.
The Henny Buggies are
one guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction for
sale at the Welsh Carri
age & Implement Co.
Charles F. Buck, one of the lead
ing rice raisers of Calcasieu parish,
who owns a large plantation near
Welsh, was the guest of friends in
Lake Charles Saturday, returning
homrne Sunday morning.-- La ke
Walter Baker left Monday even
ing for Houston, Texas. He ex
pects to spend a few days there be
fore going on to Illinois, and later
to New York. He was accom
panied by Mr. C. W. White of
In order to reduce the
stock the Welsh Carriage
& implement Co. will
make exceptionally low
prices on all vehicles for
the next sixty days.
Prof. Ward Anderson returned
Monday from Chicago, where he
has been spending the past three
months attending the Chicago Uni
versity. Ward says he has been
working hard and has had a very
profitable term's work.
W. T. Hutcheson returned Sat
urday from Hot Springs. Ark.,
where he has been for several
weeks taking treatment for his
rheumatism. He seems to be great
ly improved by his trfp. His rheu
matism bothers him so little that
he has discarded his cane, having
left the same on the sleeper, pre
sumably for more needy parties.
bl Indian Girl Flour at Prentice-.
f r. L. (. Lewis started Thurs
1 day evening for Lansing, Michigan,
"Iand other northern points. He ex
pects to be gone three or four
k Mr. Hutchins is well known to
1 the readers of the Journal, having
s been a resident of Welsh for many
years, where he is remembered as
r one of the best prescription d1rug
5 gists of the State.
J. M. Hutchins opened up his
new grocery store at 724 Ryan
street for business this morning.
Mr. Hutchins has a very neat place,
- a well selected stock of new goods
I and will doubtless do a thriving
, business.-Lake Charles Press.
Miss Opal Saxby started Sunday
for Washington, D. C., where she
will enter upon a three years' train
- ing course preparatory to becom
I ing a trained nurse. Miss ()pal's
s friends regret to see her leave, but
wish her success in her chosen
1 Fred Dennison, one of the pros
r perous planters of Iowa. came in on
i No. 6 Thursday morning with
several samples of rice that he sub
nmitted to the buyers for bids. He
says the crop around Iowa is turn
ing out only a fair yield.
Binding time and rough
rice sacks at unheard of
prices. Give us orders at
once before prices advance
" & W. W. CO., Ltd.
Sacrifice Sale-Household (iood(s;
Iron beds, mattresses, chiffon
dressing table. shaving stand,
ladies' writing desk, music cabinet,
box couch, chairs, dining table.
sideboard, china closet, heating
stove, cook stove, kitchen tab)les.
3()-gallon heater, enameled sink,
kitchen utensils, dishes, ice box and
other incidentals. These things are
all practically new goods and must
be sold at once. A. F. ROACH,
At Refinery West of Town
Mrs. Thos. Cox went to Lafay
ette Thursday to have her eyes
fitted with glasses. She was the
victim of a traveling spectacle
peddler, who called at her home
Tuesday. and while pretending to
fit her eyes stole the lenses from a
ten-dollar pair of glasses that she
already had, substituting in their
stead a pair of worthless cheap
lenses that are useless to her. She
was accompanied to Lafayette by
her son, Tobe Longnion.
Joe Boland, the machinist who
has been running an engine for his
father-in-law, Jno. McI)avitte, for
the past three months, left Monday
for Caliiornia, where he has charge
of the installation of the machin
ery for a large mining plant. Mr.
Boland is an expert machinist,
having been graduated from the
National Naval Engineering School,
at Annapolis, and served five years
as mechanical engineer in the U. S.
navy. His family will remain here
for a few weeks, after which they
expect to go to him in Calirornia.
A. F. Roacn, superintendent of
the Rio Bravo Oil Refinery, reciev
ed orders from the company that he
represents that will transfer his
field of operations from Louisiana
to California and Mexico He ex
pects to leave here with his famiIy
for the west about the 15th of this
month. He says he will likely
spend a year or more looking over
the field in California, after which
he expects to be sent to Mexico,
and later to Japan and the Russian
fields. The many friends that
Mr. and Mrs. Roach have made
since coming to Welsh will greatly
regret to learn of their approaching
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HEBERT'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
- --The Popular Resort forte
ICE CREAM, SOFT DRINKS, NUTS
A. L. HEBERT, Prop., Welsh, La.
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COMMERCIAL NURSERY CO.
" WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE
SGROWERS OF "
High Grade Nursery Stock
: If in need of anything in the line of fruit trees,
vines or ornamental shrubbery write for cata- :
log and prices.
All goods guaranteed to grow and be true
to name. .
Satsuma Oranges a Specialty :
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I SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARK. /
9 "THE BEAUTY SPOT OF THE OZARKS"
New $75,000 Kihlberg will soon be open.
$200,000 in improvements now in progress
will afford modern accommodations at this
All Year 'Round Health Resort.
Write for Free Illustrated Literature.
S. G. HOPKINS, S. G.SWARNER,
D. P. A., K. C. S. RY. . P. A., K. C. S.RY. I
TEXARKANA, TEXAS. KANSAS CITY, MO.
We offer good level, well drained rise land near Lake Charles, in quarter sec.
tions and larger blocks on terms of one quarter cash and the balance in one
to five years. To all who will agree to put down deep well and improve the
property we will not ask for a cash payment, but will let the money which
would otherwise be paid on the land be spent for a well and improvements.
and fix all the payments from one to five years from date of sale. Prices
range from $10 to $20 per acre, and we believe there is no better rice land in
the country than ours. We are owners, not agents. We will show purchasers
any of our lands, if given a few days' notice as to when you expect to be in
ORANGE LAND COMPANY, LIMITED
BEN H. FOSTER, Manager LAKE CHARLES, L01olIANA
Have You Seen My Calves!
Three of them strayed from the
Spurgin place, north of the Gulf Mill,
some time within the past month.
One light Jersey heifer, one a light
red roan heifer, one red roan heifer,
one red and white spotted steer, each
about eight months old, branded
L on left hip. Informa
tion as to the wherea
houts cf same will be
D. R. READ,
Journal Book Store.