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went to Eunice p ornio8 to inspeot the ti stern Star at that 'T there she will go to ti ere tb work of the f< Sdemonstrated Thurs. I She expects to return Friday or Saturday. I lce Sale now on v dies' Hats. p rlercantiie Co. aoie Gratton anld Mrs dl Manchester arrived in a visit with friends c t Mason and son Richie ter, Miss Irene Butler. of friends and relatives 7 this week 1 y.Tisrm will cure you. ,L. Pratt, one of the tcitizensof Lake Arthur, I Welsh Tuesday looking ,* cpaign fences. As an i another column of the Mr. Pratt is out after ation for sherriff of Jeff fi, and judging by the aign he is putting up. a pretty good show for it. our prices on lubri oilsbefore you buy. rn flercantile Co. IlRobinson and children been making their home Charles for some little through Welsh, Wed enroute for Haroldsburg, they expect to spend visiting at the home ftobinson'8 parents, anld in,cable man for the Telephone Co., was New Orleans Tuesday. fiileg. came over from asy,having accepted the fforeman of the road '-crw, that road bhos, A. yv, expects to start to roads in his district nl th fir~t of next week.' i H. Winn, 6`e of the lehdingl politicians of the Lake Arthur disi T trict, was in Welsh, Monday and in Tuesday. Mr. Winn is a prospec. hi tive candihate of the nomination in for sherrifi of the parish of Jeff ci Davis. Paul Findley was over from 1' Iowa Monday evening for a visit W with his sister, Mrs. D. R. Read. w T. C. Plauche, of Lake Charles was transacting business in Welsh Monday. C 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case of Chills & Fever; it acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25 cent. Master Wilber and Miss Mabel Gabbert went to New Orleans h Tuesday for a few days visit in ~ie t city. c MIr. and Mrs. Wyatt went to New Iberia Wednesday morning, where F Mr. Wyatt has a position as tele graph operator. h Rub-lMy-Tism will cure you. a John Holland, one of the promi- h nent citizens of Iayes, was trans. f. acting business in Welsh Wednes-I day. t Mrs Sam Ringgold went to Mermentau Tuesday morning for at short visit with friends and reln- c tives. a E. M. Powers returned Saturday from Hot Springs Ark., where he had been for the past month taking r treatment. "Dad" says his health I is much improved. Get our prices on lubri 1 cating oils before you buy. I e -Southern NIercan.ile Co. d "Uncle Joe" Louviere and wife went to Lake Charles Tuesday e afternoon for a visit with their S son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew " Louviere. n Fergus Romero was in Lake e Charles Monday purchasing white d suits of the Welsh B3and, so that they may appear uniformed, with : out enduring the excessive heat h caused by the wea ring of their red woolen uniforms. "*Mrs, Adelia'H. Floyd of Houston Texas, arrived here Saturday even- Z ing and spent several days visiting tl her mother, Mrs. Felunise Arce- L neax and other relatives of this ti city. She returned to Houston n Monday evening accompanied by her niece, Miss Lorena Bourgeois, who had been spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Adam Burke and sisters. Mrs. H. Winn of Lake Arthur, a was the guest of her sister. Mrs. Chas. Skaggs the first of the week. Clearance Sale now on in all Ladies' Hats. -Southern llercantile Co, The resignation of Fred Voor- I hies, who has had charge of the E Insurance Department of the Cal- t casieu Trust & Savings Bank, of I this city, went into effect Monday his place being taken by Mr. Plauche, of Lake Charles. Mr. Voorhies goes to Lafayette where he in connection with his brothers are tak;ng charge of a large lumber business. "Fred" has made many friends since coming into the city, who will regret that he has decidel ti change his location. Rev. E. R. Carruth, pastor of the First Baptist church of this city, went to Hlayes Mondany afternoon to hold preaching ser vices. Crepe paper, 5 and 10 cents per roll at the JovURNAL Book Store. Rev. Louis May of Crowley, and Rev. Pointer of Iowa, arrived in Welsh Monday morning to assist Rev. Webb conduct a series of meetings at the Methodist church this week. e v Messrs Theodole Breaux, John r LaFrane and Fred Dennison, three of the leading citizens of the Iowa neighborhood, were transacting business in Welsh Mloniny. .e Asa Benoit, one of our well it known young men who is attend ing the Lake Charles Business t College, was here Saturday and d Sunday, visiting his parents, _Mr. and Mrs, D, J. Benoit Mrs. Beeler and son of Batson. ( : Texas, who had been visiting at I. the homes of her sisters, Mrs. Jas. * Bortoff and Mrs. Jas. Heisto n re turned to their home Tuesday atter noon. Rev, and Mrs. E. R. Carruth went to Eunice Saturday evening for a visit with friends. Mr Carruth returned the same evening, whilej(i his wife and baby expect to re main for a couple or three wveks. Clearance Sale now on in all Ladies' Hats. -Southern Mercantile Co. Mrs. C. M. Braden and daughter, Mrs. Reddlick and children, of La[ke Charles were guests at the home of Mrs. L. E. Robinson, of this city, Friday afternoon and Saturday. Chas. Lanz spent Sunday the guest of his parents in Lake Charles. L. H. Dautel went to Lake Charles Saturday evening for an outing with friends. Miss Katie Strobe went to Luke Charles Monday, where she is spending the week the guest of her sister, Mrs. Simon Feeney. Choice Alfalfa Hay for sale at Jones Bros. Messrs. S. A. Savre of Lake Charles, and Fred I)ennison of r lowa. came over to Welsh Saturday evening to assist local members of the I O. 0, F. in the reorganiza tion of the Lodge here. .tMrs. Warner IByerly went to f Lake Charles Saturday evening for a short visit with friends Messrs. Sylvester and Fredii Petticrew, of Iowa, were business_ evisitors in Welsh, Saturday even a ing. g Crepe Paper Napkins 15 cents per hundred, at the JOURNAL Book Store. IFred Brasher awl family of Vinton, were the guests of friends Sand relatives in Welsh the latter r. part of last week and the first tf this. J. O. Guzman aind Octave Cor bI,,l, of \V oodhlawn iocality were business visitors in Welsh Saturd:a - Choice Alfalfr Hay for 01 sale at Jones Bros. 1)r, W. L. Stewart was in L:,ke Charles the latter part of last week onII professjonal business AIrs. lEva !ott startetl Satur:day -ever;inu for Smyrna, 'i'TennesieCe where she ex:pects to: maikc an ex Stendc 1 visit with her narents, air. an'3 Mrs. W. II. Gregory. En routo, she intends spending some time visiting friends in Memphis. She expects to return and take up her miusic teaching about the time the public schools open .up. E. M. Clark returned Saturitay from Lake Charles, where ie had been spending the week serving on.I the jury. We have a two and one-half horse power gasolin:. engine for sale at half prce. This engine is in first-cless order, all worn parts ,having recen:lv been replaced bv new ones. I-:nve installed a larger machine ~nL( have no further use for this otle. Will sell for half price.-JOURNAL OFFICE. IInrold Shipman, of Vinton was the guest of his cousin, Truman Fear of this city Sunday. Miss Irene Sharp of Lake SCharles, a f'r: er teacher in the Welsh schools, was th, guest of Mrs. J. L. Melancon, Sunday. SMr. and Mrs. Win Sharp are the happy parents of a new boy that arrived at their home Sunday evening. Get our prices on lubri . cating oils before you buy. -Southernflercantile Co. Dr. R. R. Arceneaux made a professional trip to Iowa, Monday morning. M, E. Morse, of Jenrrings was among the out of town visitors transacting business in Welsh Monday. iurham Dup ex Safety Razor oil _ ABSOLUTELY FREE i13 h tl We have just closed a deal with the Fac ry whereby we are ehabled to give away ab hltely free a Durham Duplex Safety Razor to r trade. . Think of it, we give you the benefit of our l:; :deal with the factory and give you the Bney that they would spend in advertising, ,.ell as the money that we would spend in ertising our entire line of merchandise, in dry goods department. A Ask for the PUNCH TICKET and expla n which we will gladly furnish you. uthhern MercantileCo. i. .-.- l im ted --- - ....... ..... ....................... ..... . Everything You Eat, Wear and Use. ff4+ Ev-" " ... ... , . .... . Plant June Corn The U. S. Government Farmers' Cooper:tive Demonstration Work under local charge of Jnor. A. Redhead, Lake Charles, urge anr d advis. all faormers to plant every possible acre from NO)W, and UNTIL JULY 1st in MEXICAN JUNI'" CORN. This is the best corn for late plating and may mature in time to be used for feel for the later rice harvestings. The more corn we grow the greater rill be the N E'l returns from the RICE This corn has been tested anl is a success in this parish. Buy your seed now. This e corn can be entered in competition for pre [1miums e at the Parish and St:ete Fliir3 a:nl for the,_2C ,)2.(0l premium offered in connectio;n witi, thie I vs' e Corn Club by the (!ALC.,SIIE:I NAT. )NL.\i BANK ine CALCASIEU MIR1ST & S\\VIN(;S es C i__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S (4 -__ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ 2, r L) PLANTERS $ We are still in the WELL DRILLING BUSI NESS, We will continue to carry at our wire house and yards in Welsh, La., a full line of LAYNE PATENT PMP1'S, steel pits, pump parts, and repairs and a full supply of all size Layne Patent \Vire and Shutter Screens and well casing. You know our class of materials and drillers. You know that we make all of our guarantees good. LET US BID ON YOUR WORK Our unlimited resources place us in a position to give you prompt service at the right prices. It will pay you to investigate the Layne Shutter S Screen which is recognized as the biggest and best water getter in the world, made in sizes of from 13 up tp to 24 inches in diiameter. SLXYNE & RO,WLEZ CO. $ A8. ,. SCO ( I N . tMA\ NAGEIRs . o IS II. LA. P S --f our Mr. Sco!Zggns shoul',l 'e out of town when you c ll, Ia: your well p.:rpositionn h'fore MIr John Armstrong of the Armstrong .\achine and \V ell Works Co., \Velhh, La. - 44%444404444 'Phone 79 When in need of Coal Oil or Gasoline. 1We also have a nice line cf !ROCERIES f i If you want Sugar, Flour, Smoked or Salt r Meats, Potatoes, Cabbage or Canned Goods of p any kind 'Phone 79. Fresh Roasted Peanuts s always on hand-15 cents per pound. r We also keep a fresh stock of Duerlers 1 eJI Candies-the best candies made. WELSH GROCERY I n L. R BARBEE, rianager One.half Block Northwest of the Uepot. ,j *~~w U-dtuWJ Wade E. Plauche of Lake Charles, who has accepted the position .s manager of the Insur ance Department, of the Calcasieu Trust & Savings Bank, at this place, made vacant by Mr. Fred Voorhies resignation, took charge of his work Monday morning. Mr. Plauche is an insurance man of experience and ability, and will doubtless be a worth successor to Mr. Voorhies. He expects to bring his family here about the first of the month. Clearance 5 alb now on in all Ladies' Hats. -Southern Mercantile Co. .Mrs. C'lopha Benoit and daughter Mlia An.y, were guests of friends in Lake harles Thursday. .Morgan Wall came over from L Ike ('lh:i c the middle of the Iweek, for a short visit with his. f ,iilv. Mrs. War] A derson of DeRid. ,le:, wa::s t.e guest of Mr. and Mrs. J is. Anderson of this city, several I:ys the fore l:art of the week. Mr. and M!r. Henry Brook, re. uirneIl to their l:onme in Evangeline )i! 'l;eld, T'1, rsday after having ip:nt several dorys here visiting at 'h! home of Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Hebert.