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WELSH, OALCASIEU PARISH, LIOUISIANA. APRIL 28, 1911.
Welhb, u n LUaIlaua. Adulter
I Justice of the Peace I
otary Public. Ward Two Wasi
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1RESIDENT AGENT FOR * ishing
1Jy]AL "NSVR'ANCE Co. AETNA INSURANCOE CO. " day fil
oMa INsrANce: Co. QUEEN INSURANCE Co. in the
jOME INS CE CO. SUN INSURANCE CO. Of London• * South(
NS.R, EENCE CO.
WELSH MEAT MARKETest ci
EVERYTHING NEW to fies
o n State.
h and Salt Meats Always on Hand. Lib
Fres Fresh Vegetables. conta
Ring a53 when you want anything in the line This
M eats. MORGAN WALL, Prop. Loi
, eats. of tl
Ten acres thresed 230 bags. Have some a
EXTRA SHORT STRAW SEED, also
Very truly, er
R, E. Powell, ayirited. m
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ovels 'i Novels
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
Popular 1Oc Novels,
a new Stock. of the LATEST NOVELS, by
ar YOKE.......Authors,n Coth Binding, priced frGLYNN
In this class we have the following:
WEEKS .......GER.. .THOMA S DIXONNER
ADES TGL.......LE......... '""' .VICEORIA cROSS
PURCHASE P.IC. .................... EMERSON HOUGHS
IFE OF COPHELONEL INGDO COE. ...... E GLYNN
................................ .EL INOR GLYNN
bYOK..... .... ........... HU GEORGE JINKS$
U EWEIMAX ........... ...............
FE OF COLOEL WALES
SI ournal Book Store.
SWE A E THE VERY LATEST IN
PRING AND SUMMER SUITS, a
For men Boys and Children.
so Full Lin e SteyBAd s w Q te Shoes.
SWe are receiving New Goods every day, and are isplaying styles that are a marvelin beaut
. and attractiveness. We have chosen the latest and most attractive styles to be found on the
epgreat markets, for you to choose from.
SINAL CLOTHING STOR.
LsH, 8 8 LOUSIAN.
A TEST RICE CASE.
Adulteration in Polishing Process is Thl
W) ashington, April 24.-To stop
wholesale adulteration of rice by pol- mi
ishing processes, the ,oyernment to- tic
1 day filed what is said to be a test suit, is
in the district supreme court, against Di
Southern rice growers. cc
* Prevention of the sale of rice treated
- with talc and glucose, which gives it W
a fine, highly polished appearance, is Vi
planned by the government. it
"The suit tiled today may become a p
test case, if the manufacturers decide s
to fight it out," said Assistant United c
States Attorney Peelle, in charge of t
pure food prosecutions.
Libel of twent-tlive sacks of rice,
containining 2,500 pounds of polished
foodstutff, is made in the test case.
This rice was grown and polished in
Louisiana. Chief Justice Clabaugh,
J of the district supreme court, tiled an
order to take Samples of the rice for
analysis by chemist of the department
of agriculture, setting the case for
hearing May 5.
Polishing has been practiced for
years by rice producers, costly ma
chinerv being installed in the mills to
clean and polish the product.
Famous Land Case Decided Against suoc
Southern Pacific, in Fayor of dpaa
the Governmeut. day
A land suit involving lands located Caum
in Oregon valued at from $50,000,000 l
to E$5,000,000, was brought to a cul- thee
mination on the 24th inst. ,when red- t
eral Judge, Chas. E. Wolverton, de- thai
cided against the Southern Pacific,
and in favor of the Federal Govern- Dat
ment. This suit was instigated at the
request of the Oregon Legislature, in r
)1908. The interpretation of the court ent
of the congressional act granting the reg
land to the railroad was that the an(
railroad company was to sell the land an
to actuals settlers in tracts not exceed- re,
)ing 160 acres, and at a price not ex- an'
ceeding $2.50 per acre. The company of
is said to have refused to sell the all
land as provided in the grant, there- ca
by forfeiting its right to the samne ac- rei
cording to the holdings of the court. tic
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. nc
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT I
STATE OF LOUISIANA, S
Parish of Calcasieu.
No. 8340 CIVIL DOCKET.
John R. Jarrett vs. Gulf Rice Mill- e
ing Company Limited. c
WHEREAS, Lee E. Robinson, Re
ceiver of said Gulf Rice Milling Co.,
Ltd., of said parish, has filed his final
account and tableau, accompanied by t
his petition, in the office of the Clerk I
of said Court, applying to have said
account and tableau homologated in
said above mentioned and entitled Re
Now, Therefore, public notice is
hereby given to all parties interested,
to shlow cause, if any they have, in
writing, within ten days from the pub
Slication hereof, whY said application
should not be granted, and said horn
0logation made as prayed for.
Witness the Hon. Winston Overton
Judge of said Court, at Lake Charles,
La., this 26th day of April, A. D.,
1911. Eugene J.."Leveque,
Clerk of said Court.
McCoy, Moss & Knox,
Attorneys for Receiver.
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
The Demorest Comedy Company Wed-*
nesday May, 8rd.
The crare for salicious plays, dra
mas of the underworld and produc- V
tions pandering to the lowest passions
is decidedly on the wane, so said 13ob
SDemorest of the Demorest Comedy
company in a recent conversation.
| Men buv tickets a~t the box otlice
t window, but women make or break the @1
s vogue of plays, the man who is pay
ing court to a girl takes her to see the
a play she wants to see, because he de
le sires to please her; the married man
d chooses the attraction his wife wants
,Z to see, because observing her wishes
is easier thr~n going against them,
e, and in this day of feminine independ
:d ence hundreds upon hundreds of
ie. women go to the theatre without male
in escorts, and have the power to give
jh, the play a lonig run, without male as
an sistance. In fact, the matinee girl,
or who used to create the matinee idol, is
)nt now less important from a box oflice
for standpoint than the self-supporting
woman who goes to the theatre at
for night with other women or member of
na- her own family and pays for her own
The avecage theatre-goer waiis iV
more salicious pl avs. Therefore, the
success of the l)Demorest Comedy com
paay at the Auditorium on Wednes
day night, \lay 3rd., is assured, be
cause the people know the class of
plays they present and can go to the
theatre with perfect assurance that
I tre will be nothing said or done
that will offend any lady.
Dark llorse Candidate for Mayor to be
unl in Tuesday's Election.
Despite the fact that practically the
entire electorate of Welsh, met in a
regular caucus on the twelfth inst.,
e and nominated candidates for mayor
I and aldermen, to be voted upon at the
- regular city election, next Tuesday,
" and that there was every appearance 4
y of general satisfaction on the part of
1e all present, with the results of the
e- caucus, authentic information has
C reached this office that a "dark horse"
t. ticket is to be sprung at the last mo
ment, in opposition to the regular
While the work of the promoters of
T this ticket has been done with the ut
most secrecy, it is the old story that
"murder will out;" likewise political
secrets, so that the whole plot is now
pretty well known and understood.
The backers of this movement are
ill- expecting to place in nomination, can
didatefor mayor and also several
candidates for aldermen.
Re- It is expected that this new feature
,o,, in Tuesday's election, will call out a
nal big vote, as the friends of the regu
larly nominated candidates are de
by termined to elect them, if possible,
ark and the insurgent candidates are
aid equally determined to win, already
claiming to have nearly enough votes
io pledged to elect their candidates.
Do Ghosts Haunt swamps?
No, Never. Its foolish to fear a fan
cied evil, when there are real and
deadly perils to guard against in
swamps and marshes, bayous, and
lowlands. These are the malaria
germs that cause ague, chills and fev
er, weakness, aches in the bones
and muscles and may induce deadly
typhoid. But Electric Bitters destroys
and casts out these vicious germs from
the blood, Three bottles drove all the
malaria from my system " wrote Win.
Fretwell, of Lucama, N. '., "and I've
had nesr health ever since." Use thi
sae, sure remedy, onl 50 at all
888 I 88
v Of every conceiv
able weave,fabric and
8 in the Latest Spring Styles and
Weights. We have LOTS of them.
We have sold many Spring Suits this season,
and the reason is, that we always keep a complete stock
of the latest productions and sell them at lower prices than
0** they can be bbught for elsewhere.
We are also full stocked on--Dry Goods, Notions,
Hats, Shoes of all kinds, sizes and shapes, high and low cut,
for men, women and children; in fact anything you need in
s the dry goods and clothing line.
Best Values Always At
S$f NOTICE: $
h Owing to the slackness of work in our line of $
o0$- business in this territory, we have decided to dis
es- continue our Welsh office, for the present. how
Sof ever, we are still in the Well Business, and will
stoe continue to keep on hand, at all times, in our
that arehouse and pipe yards, located near . 0
lonC a r coggins' residence, a complete line of Pumps,
Pump !?epairs, Pits, Casing and both the
p Layne Wire Wrapped and Shutter Screen, of
o All Sizes. Also Complete Drilling Rigs and
competent men to promptly handle any work that
n ae may come up, in our line.
nst., Our Mr. S. 0. Scoggins will be in Welsh
sday, any proposition connected with our line of busi
f Address all inquiries to Layne & Bowler Co.,
as Houston, Texas, or J. W. Armstrong, Welsh,
orse" La., or call up 'Phone 3.
We highly appreciate the amount of business
ular given us in this territory, and trust that anyone,
So ho is in the market for deep wells, pumps, pits,
ie ut- or strainer, will give us the opportunity of plac
St ing our bid. Yours very truly,
nitco LAYNE & BOWLER CO.
od. BY S. O. SCOGGINS.
t are, , ..........
A Basket Supper will be given on
the lawn, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Robinson, on the night of
Thursday, May II,
1. 9 1 1,
beginning at eight o'clock, for the
The Welsh Band.
8 WE NEED THE MONEY
if we are to maintain a BAND in Welsh; so brilg
We believe the people of Welsh and vicinity ap
preciate the efforts we have made, in furnishing
them a band, of which they need not feel ashamed;
so come out and give us your support and we assure
o you we will appreciate it very much.
SMr. 'C. F. Jeter,. the popular auctioneer, has
kindly offered his services for the occasion,
COME ONE, COME ALL! and enjoy a delight
ful evening. Yours for music,
0THE WELSH BAND.