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This is the expression Ithat springs to your lips on ent ering a room illuminated by a lamp filled with CRYSTALITE or FAMILYLITE, It is the most (omfortable light known. Soft, but clear. Mellow, but penetrating. Burns brightly and steadily to the last drop. No smell or smoke. The Texas Oil Co. SOLD BY Welsh Warehouse Suppily Co11 Price Red d BLOCK 23, Second square south of Depot. $3,600.00 CASH. Sidewalks paid for at cost of $500. Wire Night Lettergram to WEBSTER WELSH, 211 California Bldg., Tacoma, - - Wash. For Up-To-Date Shave, Haircut, Shampoo or Massage :ANTHOY :HEBERTS ANTHONi HIBERT'S J. D. KIPIBALL, Blacksmithing AND Hlrseshoeing. All kinds oft Repairing a Specialty. Shop located on North Adams street. SGRAY Stationery aad Ilarine En. Aoe6 rand Meter Beats. 3 to I20 b. p. Frea $60.a0 rp. SA Gray will do any work any* where. H. L.MEEKS, Art., Welsh, La. DENTIST Office Over Crescent Drug Store. 'Phone No. 16--W Res. 'Phone No. 163. , Welsh, - - - La. L. M. IARRIS Welsh, La. Is prepared to RAISE, flOVE AND LEVEL UP BUILDINGS of all sorts. Let me figure with you.on the cost 'Phone 79 William Epler, SURVEYOR, Welsh, ... .. ... La. (When wanted, drop card in Welsh P.. .) IN '1'THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNIT:iED STATES, FOR THE W E.'-STEIRN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA. in the m etter of' Iin lankruptcy Fred D. Calkins, , No. 768. Baukrupt In pursuanlce of an order of the hollorablo (Court aforesaid, dated Feb. (ith, 1911, and to me directed, I will sell at 'Public Auction, at the late re,.idence of 1Fred D. Calkins, in the Tow'n of \Welsh, Calcasieu Parish and State of Louisiana, at 2 o'clock a. im., ()II SATUIURDA\, MARCH, 1S 1911, the following described property, to wit : Lots 2, 3 and 4 of Block 42, in the Town of Welsh, with improve ments; Lots 1 and 2 Block 6, and Lots 1 anld 2 of Ilock 12, of the West and West Subdivision of the Town of Welsh, La.; Lots 5 and 6 of the Bower Subdivision of th!e Town of Welsh, Lat.; Lots 1. 2, 11 and 12 of Block 2 and Lots 3, 4. 5 and ti, of Block 5, of the Craig Subdivision of the NW 1-4 of Section 27, T 9, S R 5. Terms: Cash on day of sale. Sale subject to the approval of the Referee in Bankruptcy. J. A. Kinder, Trustee. Kinder Itemsi From the Gazette. W. J. Unkel, manager of the Kind er Canal Co., informs the Gazette that he started the big pump at the plant,: Tuesday, and.tbat everything is in fine shape for the pumping season. The company will irrigate between three and four thousand acres of rice land this season. E. E. MeMillan left Sunday for Roanoke, where he will make his fu ture home. His many friends here wish him all success. Miss Ada Findley and Miss Eunice Mills, of Fenton, were here the latter part of last week, the guests of Miss Blanche Papin. At the meeting of the Kinder Band Monday night, W. J. Unkel was elect. ed secretary and treasurer, succeeding E. E. McMillan. Rice Bran, Polish, Corn Chops, Oats, Acme Chops, Stafolife and Cotton Seed Meal. At the Welsh Ware house & Suppy Co. Attack Like Tigers In fighting to keep the blood pure the white corpuscles attaek disease germs like tigers. But often germs multiply so fast the little fighters are overcome. Then see pimples, boils, eczema, saltrbeum and sores multiply and strength and appetite fail. This condition demands Electric Bitters to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to expel poisons from the blood. "They ate the best blood purifiler," writes C. T. Budahn, of Trasy, Cal., "I have ever found," They make rich, red blood, strong nerves and build up your healtb, fOe Al All Druggists. Biggest assortment of all kinds of Qarden and Truck Seeds in the city. Southern Flercantlle Co. SALVA1ZED CORRUGATED SHEET IROY Let me sell to you. I have sold more of it in the last two years than anybody else in Welsh There is a reason for it I buy It close and sell it the same way. Get my price and sea. CHAS. A. LANTZ, Box 2. Tel. 122.. Welsh. La IANNEOUNCEMENT We take this method of announcing to the pub lic that we have purchased the entire stock of the Roanoke Co-operative Supply Company, Ltd., and will conduct a thoroughly up to date general store, carrying a full line of all seasonable goods, such as Clothing. Dry Goods, Groceries, Meats, Etc. It will be our purpose to render the purchasing public the best possible service, and to sell goods as cheap as is consistent with good business princi ples. We respectfully solicit a share of your patron age, and shall make a special effort to please you. Yours for business, 8 A. McMillan & Sons, O Roanoke : - : Louislana.8 Wasliugton Irogram Weduesday Night A Great Success What is asserted by many to have been the best entertainnient ever gi ven in the Auditorium wasi furnished Wed nesdar nitbt by the pupils of tlue Welsh Schools in their Washington Birthday P'rogram. As is usual with school entertainments, the house was packed to the limit, standing room be iug at a premiun. Thile work of the pupils in every number rendered was as near perfect as it is allotted to hu minanity to be, The little tots of the lower grades carried out their patrts 0so natulrally and with such childish grace as to elicit the adliiatioi and applause of the entire audience. While everything was most excellently ren dered the Minuett given by fourcouples of the hitgher grades was especially pleasing to the audience. Asidc from the excellent mananer in which the pupils were drilled, for which no little praise is due the teatch ers of the several rooms that took part, mnuch praise is due for the choice of Ia proglrams in which every ilumber seemed especially litted to the abilities of those taking part. The costuming of all who took part was another very attractive feature of the entertainment. Praise is due for this feature, in no small degree to the mothers, of the childern, who doubt less :,pet many hours and no small amount of money in preparing so many handsome and appropriate costumes, The entire entertainment was thor oughly enjoyed by every one present and a full measure of praise is due to teachers, parents and pupils for its many excellent features. Nor does the good accomplished by such an enter tainmuent and with the amusement of the hour, as the drill that childern re ceive in such an entertainment is a part of an education that is and will be an advantage to them throughout life. Coast Country suiffering From Severe Drop in Temperature After having enjoyed six or seven weeks of balmy spring weather, with the mercury occassionally crawling up to the nineties, this section of the country is again in the grasp of the frost king, with the temperature fall inog as low as 28 degrees. The change in temperature began Sunday morning with a continually falling, ther mometer that reached the freezing point during the latter part of Mon day night. Both frost and Ice were visible Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, with the temperature but slightly changed Thursday morning. it is not probable that any consid erate damage was done to the orange trees except possibly to kill the fruit of those that were already in blossoms. It is however feared that the peaches, plums and other fruit which was in full bloom, has been seriously dam aged by the sold. Some damage was done to gardens, although as a rule the hardier varieties of vegetables are not hurt. The weather was clear and bright, and not unpleasent except for the alp of frost in the air. The Famous Irish Cob bler and Triumph Seed Potatoes at the Southern Mercantile Co. aceased Of Stealing ]. E. Chamberlaino, of Clinton, Me., boldly aecuses Buecklen's Armies Salve of steallig--the sting from burns or salds-tbhe pain from botes of all kinds--the distress from boils or piles, "It robs eats, corns, bruises, sprains and injisrie of their terror," he says "as a healing remedy its equal doa't extst." Only 2ie at All Druggistse.. Rust Proof Seed Oats at Jones Bros. We, the undersigned, will offer at Public Sale, oi the pla to erly farmed by E. W. ladeke, 3 miles unorteast of Welsh, ginning at 10 o'clock a. in., on MONDAY, FEB. 27, I911 the following described property, to.wit: 1 18 horsepower Gaar-Scott Trlaction Engine 1 33x56 Gaar-Scott Separator 1 (Both in good condition) HORSES, MULES AND CATTLE 3 Real Mules 3 offer 1 Good Horse 1 2 Ponies 2 pre About 10 Head of Cattle; some nice Polled Cows IMPLEMENTS. BUGGIES. HARNESS. ETC. silk Lint 8 Wagons 2 Drills gle Driving Harness. w 3 Discs 1 Pusher 15 sets New Harness The 3 Binders 1 Steel Roller 3 New Buggies the 4 Gang Plows 1 Buggy 2 Wagons 1 Sulky Plow 1 Case Tank and Pump One lot of Implemen T 1 14-inch Walking Plow Household Goods toand many other artic m 1 Levy Plow A lot of Double and Sin- tion *M-"E''R=E LT"TNC"EE" .A.T NOON fee $1. T RJ S: .All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. On sums over $10.00, 10 I1_ M :* cent cash. On the remaining 90 per cent, ten months' time allowed, purchaser to give approved note bearing interest at the rate of 8per ent annum, from date, until paid. 5 per cent discount will be allowed for cash, on over $10.00. CHAS. JETER, Auctioneer. E. C. WILLARD, C1 W- L. ,ROBIISON El. .A.. 'DAVTIDSOT LOCALS CONTINUED J. B. Simpson was the guest of friends in Lake Charles Sunday. Austin Kiplinger, manager of the Vinton Bank, was visiting Welsh friends Wednesday morning. E. C. Willard, (manager of the Welsh branch of the Calcasieu Trust and Savings Bank, went to Lake Charles Wednesday, to at tend a meeting of the managers of the different offices of this banking institution. He was aoeompanied by J. A, Kiplinger, manager of the Vinton office, who was over hereon a short visit. Biggest assortment of all kinds of Garden and Truck Seeds in the city. Southern flercantile Co. The ladies of the Catholic church, will serve a gumbo supper at the Catholic Hall, on Mardi Gras night, February 28. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to come out and get a good supper. H. H. Hoag was among those who came over from Jennings Tuesday to attend the Mayville Canal company's mule sale. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Goodreau and baby Irma, went to New Iberia Sunday for a short visit with friends. Don't fail to see Paul Gilmore in "The B3achelor,!' Friday, February 24th, at the Auditorium. L. P. Manning, the hustling real estate man, of Rice, was transact ing business in Welsh Tuesday. B. P. Tabor. Rice's leading mer chant, was a business caller in Welsh, Tuesday. U. G. Smith. police juror of ward ten, was up from Lake Arthur Tuesday attending the mule sale. For Barbed Wire, see Welsh'Carriage & Imple ment Co. A. L. Estis of Crowley, was transacting business in Welsh Thursday. A. R. McBurney went to Lake Charles Thursday morning on busi ness connected with the drainage district, which the property own ers of his locality are asking the police jury to authorize. W. T. IHutchoson made a busi. ness trip to Lake Charles Thursday morning. Rev. T. E. Webb went to Jen nings Thursday, for the purpose of purchasing a driving horse. R. Gardlol. who is conducting a moving pieture show at Elton, was a business visitor in Welsh Thurs day morning. Mr. Gardiol is con templating moving his show to Welsh as a permanent location. Miss Daisy Welsh, of Lake Charles, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Isaac Fontenot, this week. If you want your suit cleaned and pressed, let me do your work. First house east of Armstrong's machine shop. Adam Bourque. Fox SAL:--One 7-foot John Deere Disc, good as new. Apply to P. E. Louviere, at Planters' Grocery. Miss Daisy E. Eckert, Field Sec. retary of the World-Wide Philathea Union, will give an address at the First Baptist church, on Sunday evening March 5th, at 7:30 o'clock. Everyone is invited to hear Miss Eckert. Rev. Father Roumbouts went to Laeasine, for the purpose of hold ing services, Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Cline and Mr. and Mrs. Blevins and Miss Ada Find. lew were down from Fenton Wednesday night, to attend the Washington's birthday program, given by the Welsh school pupils, at the Auditorium. Several gentlemen were over from Jennings Tuesday, attending the mule sale. which was held on he Barnett place, south of town. Hales Ia Good Deemas Despite the fact that quite a ber of farmers have sold oat season, and left this section oi state, and the general belief that would be a considerate rediudiS the acreage of rice planted, sal further fact that most of the p is done, there seems to be a goal mand for mules in this locality. Mayville people brought 45 mules to Welsh last Tuesday were all sold at good figures the day. Had this sale been propely tised there is no doubt that them would have brought a gooddeal money than they did. Judglng way these mules were dislgO' there is still a considerable for this class of stock in this A King Who left lwr set the world to talking, but Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y. always KEEPS ATHOME the I all Laxatives-Dr. King's Nw Pills-and that they're a b all his family. Cure epoatl headache, indigestion, dy Only 25c at All Druggists. FOR SALE CHEAPI BLOCK Fulton Sub.Division_ the Town of Welsrl Apply te W. P. RUSSELL. JR., 1.500 Sacks Seed RI FOR SALE This rice was grown ON N0 LAND from the finest of S IMPROVED HONDURAS S E and yielded as high as Twelty One-half Sacks per acre. I am offering, up to January 1, 191 1 from this lot at $4.50 PER BARREI f. o. b. Newellton, La. Iaupecti0o Samples seant upon applicatton. this rice may be seen at the Journal the Jennings Rice Mill. S. A. WINTERTON, Newellton,