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. . Gbbert made a busnaiess to New Orleans Saturday bn wiDg, remaining in the city for it w day* ,uc Fontenot, who has been P-loyed in Jennings for some time ye P, ot Sunday at home with we ren, Mr. and Mrs. Paulin Ja rostesot, of this city. be masagen1ent of the Audi- tri i states that the comedy, in .l Gilmore in "The Bachelor," ac Stheonily that is booked, for main'der of the season. So tout and witness the best at- 24 sio they have booked; a play atW is guaranteed to please the hi ot critical. o0 L.R. Durrett, of Bowling Green, tc gewtucky, arrived here the latter plof last week, with the expect- T Jtion of making this his home in tuture. He says the change in aisltiC conditions is very notice able,in coming from Kentucky to b Louisiana, as the section he left F Sin the grip of the snow aid ice p while he found real sunny *tbher here in Calcasiea. o Fos SALE:-Atlas Engine, 40 gpowar, and 60 horse power . Inquire of Mrs H. Spurgin, and one-half miles northeast of 0 37-40 esldames C. R. Cogswell and 0. Gudges returned to their home ( Deputy, Indiana, after a ten ' visit with their cousins, Mrs. Huckleberry and Mr. James 11e Famous Irish Cob and Triumph Seed toes at the Southern ntile Co. Fontenot went to Lake Monday morning, in re to a summons to serve on tit jury. R Bran ,Polish, Corn s, Oats, Acme Chops, folife and Cotton Seed At the Welsh Ware 6c Suppy Co. Mrs. M. E. Gallup went to Bar. breek Saturday for a few days' vie. V it with her daughter, Mrs. H. E. n Wesson. L FOR BALE:-Seed Rice: Second a z year. Guaranteed no red rice or 51 i weed seeds of any kind. Address e 2 Jas. R. Marlow, Newellton, La. d Chas. Stewart made a business trip to the parish seat Monday, go , ing over to'pay his taxes and trans- t act other business. r This play is guaranteed to please c 0--"The Bachclor"-Friday, Feb. 24th at the Auditorium. Attorney George Johnson and his son-in-law, Mr. Nichols, came over from Iowa, Monday morning to take a look at the mules that were advertised to be sold here " Tuesday, by the Mayville Canal company. The Famous Irish Cob - bier and Triumph Seed ft Potatoes at the Southern :e fercantile Co. SMrs. F. D. Calkins was the guest of friends in Lake Charles Monday. Wm. Fenton, one of the promi nent business men ofFenoton,drove of over to Welsh Monday, taking the 40 train from here to Lake Charles. o. Rice Barn. Polish, Corn ne Chops, Oats, Acme, Chops, en Stafollfe and Cotton Seed rs. Meal. Atthe Welsh Ware ies house & Suppy Co. hiMrs. Philip Miller and her sister accompanied Mr. Miller over from ed Jennings Monday. rn FOR sAL cNraP;-4 good work mules Inquire H W Lans, Lake ike Charles, La re- Rev. T. J. Furniss of the Baptist on church, went to Hayes Saturday afternoon and conducted services rn there Sunday, the, Baptist pulpit here being vacant in the morning ' and occupied by Rev. Schmink in ed the evening, the hour being devot. re- ed to a union temperance service, in which all the churches joined. ROGER'S F GU! ARANTEED WARE - Civen AwayAbsolutel Freel A COUPON GIVEN FREE WITH EAGCH GASH PURCHASE EThis Splendid Brand of Tableware Given to OUR Custoim ers ABSOLUTELY FREE! e wearing qualities exceed that of Sterling Silver and the appearance is perfect. 6 Tea Spoons for $io.oo in Coupons 6 Table Spoons for $i8.oo in Coupons 6 Fancy Forks for $22.00o in Coupons 6 Fancy Knives for $36.00oo in Coupons 1 Butter Knife for $ 4.00 in Coupons 1 Sugar Shell for $ 3.00o in. Coupons And other articles too numerous to mention. SCILL AT OUR STORE AND SEE THE SILVLYERWARE ON DISPLAY. :Planters' Grocery Co. 'Phone 20. Mrs. J. L. McIntyre started Wednesday noon for New Orleans, L with a possible destination of St. R Louis, for the purpose of laying in o' a large, new stock of spring and N summer hats and millinery. She P expects to be gone a week or ten days. FOR SALE:--A Forty Horsepower Etie Stationery Engine, in first class condition, For particulars inquire at ! the JOURNAL Office. 2~t1 P Fred Johnson, the Southern Pa- c cific pumper of this place, left k Monday night, oh No. 8, taking his wife to New Orleans for a surg- c ical operation. He is temporarily relieved of his work by Mr. Daspit, of New Iberia. FO1: SALE:---Honduras Seed Ulice. One year from imported and raised on sod laud-free from red. For inspec tion, see sample at Welsh Warehouse & Supply Company's warehouse. 27f1 A.O. O.ontenot. c W. A. Hervey of Dunlap, Ill. t who has been spending several f weeks here and at Elton, looking after his land interests, departed I t for !is northern home Wednesday. 1 Rice Bran and Polish at i Jones Bros. Mrs. J. L. McIntyre extends thanks to the ladies of Welsh and vicinity, who so ably assisted in I1 making her past season a success ;, ful one. d Rice Bran, Polish,Corn - Chops, Oats, Acme Chops, Stafolife and Cotton Seed er Meal. At the Welsh Ware m house & Sup py Co. Harry Anderson of Elton was rk a business visitor in Welsh Monday ke MEN and WOMEN, sell guaran teed hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make at $10 daily. Full or past time. Be ny ginners investigate. Wear Proof, ,ee 3038 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, pit Pennsylvania. 46 ng Biggest assortment of in harden and Truck Seeds >t. of all kinds, in the city. e, Southern Mercantile Co. Mrs. Raymond Trump and Miss Lemon, of Mermentau, arrived la Welsh Tuesday morning, coming over to attend the wedding of Mr. Numa Bourgeois and Miss Maide Pousson. Rice Bran and Polish at Jones Bros. B. A. Richhart, the well known Auctioneer of Jennings, was in Welsh Tuesday, for the purpose of cryinga sale of mules, for the Mayvil!e Canal company. t Papering and Painting. First class work guaranteed. C. W. KENNEDY. Rev David Harrison pastor of 8 the (negro) Methodist Episcopal church of this city, recently re turned from Franklin, where he had been attending annual confre ence. Mr. Harrison, who has been doing good work with his race in this locality, was returned to Welsh for the coming church year. In addition to the care of the church I here, he will also have charge of the work of his denomination in 8 Jennings, where he hopes to be able to erect a church building in the near future. Eupion Kerosene, best d on the market, 15c at " Welsh Carriage & Imple ment Co. - L. L. Funk, the pioneer mer. chant of Iowa, was transacting ; business in Welsh Tuesday. J. M. Barnett and A. E. Snod grass returned the first of the week from Stuttgart, Arkansas, where as they had been for a few days, in *y vestigating business opportunities. We understand these gentenien have formed a stock company in le- Stuttgart, for the purpose of erect ing a warehouse for storing rice and doing a general warehouse business, and that they will move there in the near future. oMr. Armstrong, manag er of the Welsh Auditori um, wishes to state, that the show, "The Bachel or," on Friday night, the 24th inst., will be the best we have had, as he has received over 100 criti- 4 cisms from the daily pa pers from the cities played in and they all speak in the highest terms of the play. Paul Gilmore, the star, is supported by Miss( Kathryn iutchison and nine other clever actors, and the play is one of the funniest of Clyde Fitch's funny plays. Don't forget the Robinson-Dav idson farm sale, advertised in this issue of the JoURNAL, to occur Monday. S. A. Winterton of Newellton, La., whose advertisement of seed rice has been running in the JovuN AL for some time, informs us that his rice is being taken rapidly. He now has less than 1500 sacks left of the Saxon Improved Seed Rice Rice planters cannot go wrong if they plant from this seed, as it all averaged over twenty sacks ( to the acre, and was raised, har-4 vested and stored with the one aim in view, of securing the best seed that money and care could produce. We would suggest that parties desiring this seed, order at once, as the stock is rapidly de creasing. Price $4.50 per barrel, until further notice. If you are in need of a first class milah cow, giving lots of milk, or one soon to be fresh, I can supply your wants. D, R. Read. A. B. Hall has opened up a well arranged shooting gallery in his pool hall. WANTrED TO BuY:--One good, second hand, 10-inch Laurence Pump. Write Jas. R. Marlow, Newellton, La. Miss Inez Arceneaux was the guest of her brother and his wife, Mr, and Mrs. Felix Arceneaux, of Lake Charles, Sunday. Best Kerosene 15c gal lon at Welsh Carriage & Implement Co. 800 00 00 00 0040 3Calcasieu Trust & Saviigs Bait8 8 Welsh, Leuisiana1 8 8 7rCapital and Surplus $250,000.oo. 8 W8 e promise you Careful, 8 Accurate Banking Serv n8 ice, whether your account - is large or small. - - - 8 8 S8 We pay 4 per' cent. on savings8 deposits and compound tbe in terest semi-annually. 00 00 00 00 SPECIALS THIS WEEK - IS Pounds Granulated Sugar..., 1.O 00 e 1 Gallon Wesson Cooking Oi!.. 1 .2 5 3 Packages Oatmeal............$ .2 5 3 Packages Pancake Flour..... .2 5 t S'PHONE14. d , n th9~~C~~·nLa~'C~'"~~ BUST GASULINE CA , GOOD KEROSENB Io GAL. 'Phone US when your can is empty. BARBEE'S I) oo ooooo:0co:+++oc HALL & SHIPLEY, PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS O0 AII work guaranteed to Vie charge NO Comission on be Strictly First Class. paper where we do the Work. 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