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a Bible study.
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R. S. F'reer was in New Orlears the
first of the week attending the meet.
ing of the Masonic Grand Lodge.
FOR SALE: An Oliver typewriter.
Inquire at Southern Mercantile Co. Ltd
Rev. E. M. Stewart, who had been in
New Or leans for the previous week, at.
tending hissiwife, who is in the Presby
terian Hospital, returned Wednesday,
and will conduct the regular serviLes at
the Presbyterian Church Sunday.
P. J. Unkel, local director of the
Southern Rice Growers' Association
went to Beaumont, Wednesday even
ing to attend the regular monthly
meeting of that organization,
MULES! MULES!-A fine lot of
Missouri Mules, on H. A. Davidson
implement lot, Guaranteed as repre
seated at time of sale; , Prices right.-...
Hyde and Cornett, ESTES & WEST,
M. S. Baldwin, a former resident of
Welsh, but now located in Lake Charles
where he has charge of the care of the
court house, was greeting friends here
The social committee of the Christian
Endeavor of the Presbyterian church
will hold a social at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. R. Read this (Friday) eve
ning. In order to avoid embarassment
the Committee takes this method of re
questing each lady to bring a box lunch
for two, and each gentlemen to
bring a box of bon bons for his
Valentine. This point was overlooked
in the announcement Sunday morning.
A. R. McBurney started Wednesday
evening for California, where he in.
tends spending a month visiting his
father and other relatives, whom he
has not seen for several years.
Will Fenton of Fenton was transact.
ing business in Welsh Wednesday.
Miss Lois Godfrey returned Frida3
evening from New Orleans, where shE
had been spending some little time en.
joying the sights of the city and visit
E. A. Mouton, a prominent young
Planter from Hayes was transacting
business in Welsh Monday. While here
he subscribed for the Journal, desiring
to keep informed on the official pro.
ceedings of the parish.
"Rook" the latest game, for sale at
the Journal Book Store.
Mrs. Peacock. who is the guest of
friends in Lake Arthur, came up Mon
day for a short visit at the home o
Mrs. E. H. Boling. Mrs. Peacock's
home is in Decatur, Illinois.
E. E. Kimball at The Bakery can
supply your wants in Garden Seeds in
Bulk also Field Seeds of any kind.34tf
Jeff Mills, brother of I. J. and J. N.
Mills, and a former resident of this
locality, but now located in Illinois, is
the guest of friends in this locality this
Jas. Bowen was over from Vinton,
Sunday for a short visit with his family
Earl Welch and Harold Shipman were
transacting business in Vinton Monday.
H. A. Bywater was a business visitor
to Rice the first of the week.
Have your discs sharpened on the
Giant Wonder Disc Sharpener, at Jos.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Avery arrived
here from Goodell, Iowa Thursday
evening to visit the former's sister,
Mrs. M. L. Fuller whom he had not
seen for seventeen years.
Mrs. E. M. Clark and son Ray re
turned from New Orleans Thursday
where they had been enjoying the
carnival. Mr. Clark remained in the
city several days later.
A few fancy Barred Rock chickens
for sale $1.00 to $2.EO0.-Mrs. H. L.
M1eeks, Roanoke, La. 38p
O. N. England one of the prominent
planters of Iowa, was transacting busi.
,ess in Welsh the latter part of last
Dr. W. L. Stewart and S. E. Carroll
were passengers to Jennings Sunday
Jchnnie Roundtree, one of our well
known Welsh citizenslwho is trying his
uck in other parts temporarily was up
'rom Sour Lake Sunday for a short
FOR SALE.-.Team of young ponies
ind buggy and harness..,.Inquire of
Harold Shipman, Welsh, La, 35-50p
Sheriff Jos. F. Fuseller, came over
'rom the parish seat on matters of
musiness Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Barbee were
among those who went from here to
Lake Charles Sunday evening to wit
less the comedy, "Over the River" by
Jos. Villien is prepared to shoe your
lorses, the right way, 42
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barbee went to
ake Charles, Sunday evening to wit.
mess the Merry Widow, at the Arcade
Mrs. M. B. Sloan who will give a big
nillinery opening in the near future,
;ent to Eunice Wednesday for short
Ribbon Sale:--Beginning Saturday
F'eb, 8, lasting two weeks, I will sell all
ribbons at 25 per cent discount. Ladies
ihavea splendid line of samples of
spring and Summer dress goods, call
nd see them and place your order for
some pretty dresses.-Hattie Lawson.
Mrs. Mae Patterson started Friday
~or her home in El Paso, Texas, after
iaving spent several months visiting
er sister, Mrs. J. AIf Martin of this
ity, and her father, Magor S. A, Sutter
f Jennings, and othei friends. Mrs.
fartin and little daughter Marjory ac.
ompanied her as far as Port Arthur,
seturning to Welsh Wednesday or
Take your horses to Jos. Villien's
shen you want them sho,. 42
Ml'. and Mrs. M. L. Prentice went to
)berlin Tuesday for a short visit.
Aristile Benoit was transacting busi
less in Lake Charles Wednesday.
Messrs. Eloi Hebert and A. O. Fonte.
lot went to Lacasine Wednesday to
oin in a protest meeting against the
ormation of the Lacasine Drainage
)lstrict as now constituted.
L. E. Robinson went to Texas, Thurs.
Lay for a few days business expecting
o return the last of the week.
F. W. Barker of Lafayette, District
raslc Chief of the Cumberland Tele.
hone Company was looking over con.
itions here Friday.
Mrs. L. E. Robinscn, Grand Worthy
&atron of the Order of the Eastern
tar for Louisiana, started Friday on a
hirty days trip of inspection of the
hapters of the State. She plans to be
pack about the 15ithpof March.
Doth Protest Too Much.
"De man dat talks about bisse'f an
row, honest he is," said Uncle Eben,
alus sounds like he was runnin'
and o' short o' references."
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J. D. Winfield, manager of the Black
well Real Estate and Auto Co., of Black
well, Oklahoma, arrived in Welsh, Tues
day and spent sometime there looking
over opportunities offered in this sec.
tion of the state.I
Philip Miller of Jennings, was a busi.
ness visitor in Welsh, Tuesday, coming
to attend la |meeting [of the Lacasine
Drainage District Board.
Cullen B. Johnson, of Jennings, who
is secretary of the Lacasine Drainage
District was here Tuesday, attending a
meeting of that body,
Young man, if you are contemplating
entering a business college let us talk
with you about a scholarship. We cau
furnish you a scholarship in either of
several of the leading business colleges
in Louisiana and Texas, at a consider.
able reduction from what they will
cost you at the school. Call on or
write us about the matter, The Rice
Belt Jourpal. Welsh, La:
Capt. C. A. McCoy, of Lake Charles
was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Henry Block, imanager of the Gulf
Coast Mill of this city .spent Sundn' as
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Sol. Block of Lake Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kimball and
Rennie Romero, were the guests of
friends in Jenning Sunday.
For Sale Cheap: Osie half dozen of
young shoats, weighing from 50 to 60
pounds each. Call up 194.3 or write J
F. Hoke, Roanoke, La. 33tf.
Clerk of Police Jury, L. E. Robinson
was transacting business in the parish
L. E. LaCour, one of the prominent
business men of Lafayette, was the
guest of his brother, Dr. B. J, LaOour,
of this city Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Stewart returned
Saturday from a few days visit in New
Orleans and in Mississippi, where they
went to visit relatives.
Get your Discs sharpened at Jos.
The Roy Carter Ice Cream Parlor
fixtures which were advertised, to be
sold at sheriff sale last Saturday were
sold as advertised, Eaia Welch being
J. N. Mills, of Rice, one of the pioneer
citizens of this section of the state. to.
gether with his wife were shopping in
O. C. Corbello, planter, timberman
and merchant of Woodlawn, was trans
acting business in Welsh Monday
A, J, FindleyS owner of the Findley
Warehouse and General Feed Dealer, of
Iowa Station, was the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. D. R. Read, Sunday.
TO RENT-Nicely furn
ished rooms. Inquire of
Mrs. 11. A. Neeley, north
of depot. 35-3P
W. B. Gabbert was in the parish seat
Friday meeting with the parish school
board on matters connected with the
Welsh schools, of which he is local
C. E. Carr started for New Orleans
Monday in order to consult the Hospi.
tal Phpsician in regard to the stomach
troubles for which he was treated
about a year ago, and which has not
Members of the parish school board,
Zim Todd from Ward Seven and Ozeman
Hebert, of Ward Eight were in Welsh
Friday, enroute for the parish seat,
where the board held their regular
FOR SALE -..One big boned two.year
old Jack, gentle and well broke. Took
first premium at Calcasieu.Louisiana
Fair this fall. Good life, good style
and sure. For particulars address or
inquire of A. J. Findley, Iowa, La. 31tf
W. B. Gabbert, went to New Orleans
Saturday evening to attend the annual
meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge
which was in session there the greater
art of this week,.
*Season is here, 0
will soon be here. 8
rFigure with you
en Feed. Just "
t uriom Hlsorinrl 8
rthat our prices
ays a little be
nse& Suppl Co §
The Finest Line Ever Xx
Shown in Welsh
at Prices x
FROM ONE CENT UP
1 The Jounal Book Stoie
Don't Starve Your Teams
When you can buy the Highest Grade of
TIMOTHY and ALFALFA at the
F I NDL E Y WAREHOUSE
ALMOST AS CHEAP AS STRAW
Poultry Food espe,,dlly prepared for all sized chickens
SPalways in stock.
Fertilizers, VIRGINIA-CAROLINA and SWIFT'S,
the best on the market.
CO&RN AND OATS IN BULK
MIXED FEEDS OF ALL KINDS
Alvays on Hand
The Findley Warehouse
t A. J. FINDLEY, - - - Proprietor
lCOAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Price of Fuel Oil is Now Too High.
You can now use coal to better ad
We have the prices on Coal in car
lots from $3.95 up, and will sell you a
GUARANTEED COAL at $4.60 per ton
Come in and let's talk Coal, and get
" our prices.
Armstrong Machine & Well Works Co ,i
10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
For month of February. 1913. Stock of Oil City Iron Works.
Everything for the Boiler, Engine and Pump, Gas, Oil, Steam
and Water Lines, Also have a full stock of Carriage and M.a
chine Bolts; Asbestos and Rubber Sheet Packing; Rod Paeckings,
Babbit Metals, Iron and Steel Bars; Files, Hack Saws; Suction
Hose; Cap and Set Screws; Nuts and Washers. Get our price
on a Rubber belt for your Irrigation Plant, also on a Worthing
ton Boiler Feed Pump.
H. FLOYD fIIDl(KIFF, Agent,
JENNINIGS, LA. Opposite "Court House" L.D. Phone 236
Attention Mr. Farmer!l
We Have a Special Proposition to Offer
in Seed Rices. Better see us and buy now.
Choice. Domestic Wateri, Long Straw,
I C Medium and Short Straw Japans; Iml
ported and Domestic Honduras. Select
your Seed NOW, pay us when taken out.
We will store free until llarch ist, 913.
S Stock of Seed Rice in both of our mills.
LOUISIANA STATE RICE NILLING CGO,