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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, May 14, 1909, Image 4

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.John Boling was a Lake Charlea
"tor Tuesday
.8 0. Scoggins was a Jennings
isitor Monday.
Toilet paper for sale at the
ournal Book Store.
Miss Olive Singleton was quite ill
veral days this week.
Rev E L Reese was a visitor to
parish seat Tuesday
!Wpatt's Stock Food at
p s Bros.
FD. Calkins went to Crowley
i, y on business.
R. McBurney was a visitor
etl parish seat Tuesday.
gathony Hebert was in Lake
res Tuesday on business.
Win. Wright was transacting
in Jennings Saturday.
Vr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr were
Charles visitors Tuesday.
,T. Hutcheson was a busi
visitor in Jennings Tuesday.
_8. Gerson was transacting
s in Lake Charles Monday
Wm. Epler was transacting
in Lake Charles Monday.
fine toilet paper go to ' the
1 Book Store.
I. m 1uasel '~r . =
' Welsh. a leeulaana.
Justice of the Peace i
Notary Public. Ward Two
Ward Two =
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AY• ;,"--'' , R E5O LVE'D
THAT THE'(ALWAYS THROW
}ES "' BOQUETS ATTHOSE WHO
, eARE WELL DRESSED.
• To BE WELL DRESSE D GO
lTo THE PLACE \HERE.
THEY KNOW HOW:To
-JD You WELL
.BUSTER,
 UPON US. HAVE YOU NOT ALREADY
D Too LONG To PREPARE FOR SPRING
YMMER? HAVE YOU SEEN THE CRoWDS
,STORE? DIot NOT THAT TELL YOU
THE CHolCE THINGS FoR THE SEASON
T DISAPPEARING? REMEMBER, THE
YOU GET YOUR . NEW THINGS THE
You WILL'- HAVE To ENJOY THEM,
f ANYTHINdG GIVE YOU MORE JOY THAN
6 ATTRACTIVE A)PPAREL?,
RESPECTFULLY,
. Store with : ttle Prices..
LET US. QUOT YOU PRICES ON
INDU AND 'RCENINE' OILS, CUP GREASE Etc.
SCOJMPANY, LTD,
WS-I, LOIS IANA.
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W. T McAffrey was. an Oriole
passenger to Lake Charles Wednes
day.
Philip Coverdale was transacting
business in the parish seat Wednes
day,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sinderson
were guests of friends in Jennings
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brant Seaman of
Lacasine, were shopping in Welsh
Monday.
Knebels Strain of S. C. White
Leghorn Eggs for sale.
48 E. E. Kimball.
Prof. G. K. Wampler was the
guest of friends in Sulphur, Mines
Saturlay.
City Marshall, Robert Watkins
was in Lafayette the latter part of
lact week.
Mr. and 'Mrs. C. B. Woodall were
guests of friends in Lake Charles,
Saturday.
To save your chicks use Lee's
Lice Killer. For sale by Morse
Hardware Co. 48
E. H. Boling is improving the
upper story of his pretty residence
on South Polk street, which is one
of the prettiest residence streets
in Welsh.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fought spent
Monday evening with friends in
Lake Charles.
Glen Reese returned Monday af
ter a pleasant year's work in school
at Keen, Texas.
Mesdames Bertrand and Grosh
were the guests of friends in Jen
nings Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr enter
tained a small company of friends
Monday at dinner.
OILS! OILS! OILS! Engine,
Cylinder, Machine and Castor Oils
at Morse Hardware Co. 48
Mrs A K Riley of Jennings, was
the guest of Mrs R R Arceneaux
between trains Tuesday
Ed Martin was looking after
business interests in Lake Charles
the fore part of the week
C. E. Carr and Dick Berry were
guests at the home of Mrs. P. P.
Unkel, at Lowery, Sunday.
Insurance Gasoline Stoves are
the safest stoves on the market.
For sale by Bertrand-Davis Co.
Mrs. Heald and son Joe, went to
Lafayette Wednesday to consult
Dr. Girard in regard to Joe's eyes.
Mrs. Frank went to Lafayette
Tuesday, where she will spend some
time representing a publishing
house.
Mrs. A. M. Liscomb was the
guest of friends at Jennings, Tues
day and attended a meeting of the
O. W. L's.
Lee's Chieken Founts, Chick
Feeders, Lice Killer, Ghick Grower,
Egg Maker and Germicide.
48 Morse Hardware Co.
Mrs. Ida M. Layne and little
grandson returned Monday, after
a. short visit with Mrs. M. E. Morse
of Jennings.
E. C. Willard left Wednesday
noon for New Orleans to attend
the meeting of the Lonisiana Bank
ers' association.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Unkel of
Lowery, were guests of Mrs. Un
kel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Arceneaux Monday.
Mrs. Chas. Mason and daughter,
Miss Irene, accompanied by Miss
Shirley Davidson, spent Saturday
with friends in Jennings.
Come in and see our complete
line of Standard, Jewel anld Quick
Meal Gasoline and Oil Stoves.
48 Morse Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson of
Lacasine were Welsh visitors Mon
day. Mrs. Johnson was an Oriole
passenger to Lake Charles.
FOR SALE:-A fine Poland China
Boar, about ten months old and a
fine individual. Inquire of or ad
dress B. P. Tabor, Rice,La.
Mrs. Drouet of New Orleans,
arrived on No. 9 Tuesday evening
for an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. 8. E. Crozet.
Oil and Gasoline Stoves now on
display. See our line before mak
ing your purchase.
Bertrand-Darvis Co.
MissesAda and Nora Brackney
of Hayes, returned Monday from
Keene, Texas, where they had been
attending school the past year.
Messrs. Nichols and Boyd went
to Kinder Monday to install ,a
ValNess Perfect Centrifugal pump
on a well belonging to Dr Oden
Contractor red Gigar, who has
been doing some. carpentering in
this' vicinity, returned to his
home in Lake Oharles Saturday.
Mr. J.Alfred Martin and little
daughter, Marjorie May, returned
BSunday after as week's visit with
r elatives and friends in Jeanings
International Stock Food
at Jones Bros.
Alderman Albert M Jones of
Lake Charles, formerly editor of
the Journal, was calling on friends
in Welsh between trains Wednes
day
E. S. Goodreau and wife went to
Lake Charles Tuesday to attend
the State convention of the Retail
Merchant's association, in session
there.
Morgan Wall, who is represent
ing the American Drug Co, of
Memphis, Tenn., went east on No.
6 Tuesday, in the interest of his
company.
R. M. Gray, manager of the
Southern Mercantile Co., Ltd., of
this city, attended the State Asso
ciation of Retail Merchants) in
Lake Charles, Tuesday.
R. Smith of Rayne, was the
guest of friends in Welsh Sunday.
Mr. Smith, whose interests are
here, expects to move his family
to Welsh in the near future.
Rev. R. R. McKaig left Tuesday
morning for Houston to attend the
Louieiana-Texas association of Con
gregational ministers, which was
in session May 11, 12 and 13.
Miss Aimee Martin, who for the
past several months has been at
the home of her brother. J. Alfred
Martin, returned to her home in
`Jennings the latter part of last week
Mrs Bolton and daughter, Miss
Olie, left Tuesday night for an
extended visit in Graysville, Illi
nois Mrs Bolton will remain until
fall, but Miss Olie will return in
about a month
Chas. Lantz went to Lake
Charles Monday to meet his niece
Miss Nellie O'Connell, who has been
attending school at Keene, Texas.
She reportsa most enjoyable and
helpful year's work.
Mrs. Nellie Elliott and son Roy,
of Thornwell, left last Friday morn
ing for several months' visit in the
northern part of Kansas. They
will later be joined by Mrs. Elliott's
sister, Mrs. Chas. Stewart.
Special excursion train to Lake
Charles Sunday, May 16th. Train
arrives at Welsh at 10:30 a. m.
Special train returning will leave
Lake Charles at 6:30 p. m., same
day. Fare for round trip 50e.
TheKOP's,a club of young
men. recently organized here, have
rented the second floor of the old
bank building, which they are fur
nishing in proper style Tuesday
they received eighteen handsome
chairs
STRAYED:-A light red, two-year
old heifer, having some white up
on her, branded LA on left hip.
Liberal reward for information
leading to the recovery of same.
Leave word at this offce.
Mrs. H. C. Butler entertained
the Ladies of the Presbyterian
Guild at her home last Thursday.
A most delightful afternoon of
Bible study and a social hour was
spent. Mrs. Butler served delicious
refreshments.
Dr. L. G. Lewis is driving about
our streets these days in an Olds
runabout. It was formerly owned
by Doctors Lewis and Arceneaux.
After having been overhauled it is
now as easy and light running ma
chine as one could wish for.
The base ball game played here
Sunday between the Welsh and
Jennings teams, resulted in defeat
for the Welsh boys, the score being
l5 to 8, The game was a one
side~i affair, for up to the eighth
inning the score stood 13 to O.
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SGREAT
8 3 Days' Sale!8
18 OQ-,-AT TnM'.-- O
8 Planters' Grocery Co.
8 Saturday, lionday, Tuesday,
FlAY 15, 17, 18. 199.
During this Great Sale we will offer the
following list of Groceries at Special Pric.
es, FOR CASH ONLY.
18 lbs. Granulated Sugar........................$ .CO
20 olbs. Navy Beans................ I 00
20 lbs. Black Eyed Peas.......................... .00
9 lbs. Fancy Green Coffee ..................... 00
8 lbs. Peaberry Green Coffee ................. 00
i lb. can French Mallard Coffee ........... 20
15 lb. Sack Corn Meal............................. 35
ii lbs. Orange Brand Compound Lard..... 1.00
17 lbs. Red Kidney Beans......................... 1.00
1o lb. pail Cottolene............... ........... I 15
Blue Ridge Corn; per case................ 1.10
We will offer many other articles in the Grocery Line,
at proportionately low prices, which, owing to the lack of
space, we are unable to enumerate here.
Yeurs for Business,
LOGNION & BENOIT.
ooooooooooojoooooooooo
HAvY WIFE AND BABY
PRQTECTED WITH A
$7 >CXOUNT
-i
The one way to be withoutfear for your family
is to save your money. Think of what might hap
pen to them if you have no money saved.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
of Welsh.
Contractor and Builder.
Moving of Buildings a Specialty.
Address at Welsh, La., or 'Phone No. 112
Quilty Bros., the well known
veterinarians of Lake Charles, will
be in Welsh every Saturday. Any
one having stock needing attention
may consult them at Dautel's Barn
Examination free.
LosT:-Last Thursday evening,
while on the delivery wagon for
the Planters' Grocery Co., a No. 2
Waterman self-filling fountain pen.
Finder please leave same at the
Journal office and receive reward.

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