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Grow 11/2 Bales Cotton
Where Only 1 Grew
One to one-and-a-half and even two bales of cotton, or 60 to 90
bushels of corn per acre, require little more labor than smaller yields.
Simply use liberally the right fertilizer or plant food to the acreage
you plant, and cultivate the crop more thoroughly and oftener.
You cannot be too careful in selecting fertilizers and seeds.
Your soil deserves the best plant foods which are
They are made to give Available Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia or
Nitrogen, and Potash in the right combination for greatest yields.
These fertilizers produce big crops of COTTON, CORN, RICE,
TOBACCO, FRUITS, PEANUTS and TRUCK.
RICHMOND * VIRGINIA
- For Sale By -
Welsh Warehouse and Supply Co.,
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415 Acres on Watkins Canal
Warehpuse, Barn and Other Buildings. Side
Track on Place. Part in Crop this year; buyer
Gets the Rent. Price $15.00 per acre.
320 Acres Fine Prairie Land
Near Fenton, La., Price $10.00 per acre.
10,000 Acres Cut Over Land
On Frisco R. R. Price $6.00 per acre.
6,000 Acres Good Cattle Range
All Prairie Land. Price $5.50 p, acre.
80 Acres Improved Farm
Good Buildings. Price $15.00 per acre.
L. P. MANNING
Real Estate Broker and Immigration Promoter
RICE "-: -:" -:. LOUISIANA
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Silas J. Fenton Passed Away Satur
Silas J. Fenton, one of the oldest and
most prominent citizens of the north
ern part of the parish died at his home
in Fenton, Saturday, surrounded by his
family and friends.
Mr. Fenton was born in Canton, N. Y.
January 6th, 1840, and in 1865, on the
25th of May he was united in marriage
with Miss Mary D. Kimball. In 1888,
hoping to better his health, and accept
ing the golden oprortunities offered by
the resources of the Southland, Mr.
Fenton and family moved to Calcasieu
Parish, and located in, what has become
a thriving little village that bears his
name, Fenton, where he engaged in the
mercantile business and also in the
growing of rice.
Mr. Fenton was widely known
throughout the parish as one of the
staunchest and most reliable business
\men of this section. To the efforts of
mself and family is largely due the
development of the northern part of
the present parish of Jefferson Davis
and his death is a blow to the entire
He is survived by his wife and three
children, Frank T. Fenton, William M
Fenton and Miss Harriet Fenton, al
reiding in Fenton.
A large number of friends gatheres
for the funeral services, which wern
copducted in the home at 11 o'clocl
Sunday morning, the Rev. G. B. B
Weed officating, and the interment wa
made in Orange Grove Cemetery, Lak
NOTICE TO DOG OWN
ERS-The tax on Dogs i
now due and should b
paid at once in order t4
protect your dog from the
efects of the law, whicl
requires that any d6g up
o0 which the tax has no
been paid shall be killed
What's The Matter With Our Police t
Jurors When They Get to Jennings? I
We quote below a clipping from a re- t
cent issue of a Lake Charles paper, t
under a Jennings Date, that would seem c
to indicate that , the members of the t
Police Jury and "Others who were m t
the city Wednesday" must have been E
seeing visions while in the eastern
metropolis. That men of the standing
and undoubted integrity of those
quoted below should willfully and
maliciously endeavor to deceive the
city correspondent seem incredible, nor
knowing the position that Dr. Cooper
and his compatriots take in regard to
the use of imagination producing
beverages, can we believe that they ac
cepted too liberally of the hospitalities
of the capital city. The only solution
we can offer for such mental aberrition
is that they must have visited that
Butter Factory of which we heard so
much a few months ago, and partook
too freely of that wonderful buttermilk
"That rice planting is well advanced
over the entire parish or Jeff Davis is
the report of the members of the police
jury and others who were in the city
Wednesday to attend the sessions of
the parish solons. .
Henry Koll stated that planting was
nearly finished [around Raymond; Sid.
d ney Treme reported good progress in
the vicinity of Elton; F. A. Arceneaux
k and Dr. Cooper stated that practically
all the seed rice for the 1913 crop was
L sown in the Welsh section: J. M. Booze
LS brought a similar report from Roanoke;
e Ausem Marcantel stated that fully 75
per cent of the rice crop was in the
ground around his home near Fenton.
Similar good results are noted in the
ADDITIONAL JUDGE, 15th DISTRICT.
We are authorised to annonuoe that
ALFRED M. BARBE
s a candidate for Additional District Judge
of the Fifteenth Judicial District of Louisiana
0 comnpoed of Allen, Beauresard. Calcasieu,
Cameron and Jefferson Davis.
e ADDITIONAL JUDGE, 15th DISTRICT
h JOSEPH MOO
To the voters of the Tenth Judicis
DistriCt, composed o e, parishes of Cals.
~t si Cameron. , g, JBea5 ard and Jed
, be nounce .vself a esadidate foi
the ad l judgeehip provide4 for in tbh
B.sent .ction for the above distrtt.
IRwpe 3RP Mp OOED.
You Can't Beat it. I
You may take the Editor's word for
it that if you will spend $95.00 for
tuition, board and books to complete a
course of Shorthand and Typewriting,
or $110 to complete the Bookkeeping
and Business Training course, or $115
for a course of Telegraphy and Station
work, or $175 and complete any two of
these courses combined in the Tyler
Commercial College of Tyler, Texas,
you will have made the best invest
ment of your life. What young man
or woman is there in our community .
who cannot raise $95 with which to se
cure a practical business training that
will enable them to earn a splendid liv
ing the rest of their days? You had as
well try to be a successful physician
without attending a medical school as L(
to try to be successful in business with
out first getting a practical business
training, and it certainly is an evident o
fact that the Tyler Commercial College n
gives a practical training for business
life or they would not have enrolled E
over 1500 students during the past
twelve months and today not have a
single graduate of their combined
course of bookkeeping and shorthand L
or telegraphy out of employment unless t
of their own accord.
A catalogue giving full particulars of i
this, America's largest and most suc
cessful Business Training school, can
be had for the asking, Young Friend,
don't delay; take the editor's advice and
make your arrangements to enter as
soon as possible. There are plenty of I
business firms that will be ready and
willing to pay you a good price for your
services when you are properly trained
but they wouldn't give you standing
room in their office as you are today.
Philathea Class Delightfully Enter
tained by Mrs. Oscar Yantis
Mrs. Oscar Yantis very delightfully
entertained the Philathea Class of the
Presbyterian church on Friday even.
Ing, Feb. 7th. Besides a very enjoy
able business meeting, a social evening
was spent most pleasantly. Shortly
after six oclock the guests were invited
to the dining room where a delicious
luncheon of several courses was en
Those present were the members of
the class, composed of Mrs. L. E. Robin
son, Miss McDanald, Miss Fairley, Miss
Ling, Miss McLeese, Miss Sylvia Yantis
and also invited to share the pleasures
of the evening were Misses Thurman,
Reeve, Mrs. Daggett of Nebraska, and
Misses Daphena Faught and Mary
Another Near Wreck of the Southern
The Passengers on No. 4, the Oriole
from the west, were treated to a few
:e thrills, last Thursday, when between
Lacasine and the Welsh! Oil Field, the
. trucks of the tender left the track and
r, bumped along on the ties for a number
m of car lengths. The train was finally
be broughs to a stop, and after some delay
m the tracks were returned to the track
en and the train continued its journey.
The Only Writing Machine
in the World That Success
fully TYPEWRITES RRINT
-17 Cents a Day!
The Printvpe Oliver Typewriter,
rich has crowded ten years of type
riter progress into the space of
onths is now offered to the public
the public at 17 cents a day!
-Offered at the same price as an
rdinary typewriter--payable in pen
The commanding importance of
'rintipe is everywhere conceded.
For who does not see what it means
make the world's vast volume of
fpewritten matter as readable as
ooks and magazines! The Printvne
sliver Typewriter is equipped with
eautiful Book Type, such as is used
n the world's printing presses.
Printype is distinguished by marvel
us claerness and beauty. It does
way with all strain on eyesight which
he old-style outline type imposes.
trintype puts life and style and
haracter into typewritten corres
ºondence. It makes every letter,
very numeral, every character "as
)lain as print."
The complete story of Printype has
lever before been told. Here it is:
The Real Story of Printype
The idea from which "Printvpe"
sprung resulted from the success of
ype experts in equipping a typewriter
used in our offices to write"Tie Oliver
'vpewriter"in our famous trade-mark
vype just as the name appears on the
nutside of the machine and in all
The beautiful appearance and the
marvelous clearness of the reproduc
tion df our "ebony" trade-mark type,
disclosed the possibilities of equipp
ing The Oliver Typewriter to write the
entire English language in shaded
We worked for years on the plan
and fually succeeded in producing,
for exclusive use on The Oliver Type
writer, the wonderful shaded letters
and numerals known,to the world as
The Public's Verdict
That the public is overwhelmingly
-in favor of Printype is impressively
shown by the fact: Already over 15
per cent of our entire output of Oliver
Typewriters are "Printypes."
The public is demanding Printype
in preference to the old-style type,
Within a year, at the present rate
90 per cent. of our total sales will be
Thus The Oliver Tipewriter, which
first successfully introduced visible
writing, is again to the fore with an-*
other revolutionary improvement
Printvpe, the type that prints print!
The Oliver Typewriter is used ex
tensivelv by great concerns in all sec
tions of the world.
Our "IT-Cents-aDay" plan is de
signed to help that large class of
typewriter buyers who want the same
typewriter that serves the great corpo
rations, but prefer the easy system of
The masses want The Oliver Type
writer because it stands the test of the
Meet "Printype"-You'll like its
Ask for specimenletter and-17-Cents
Make the acquaintance of Printype
the reigning favorite of typewriter
dom. Ask fora letter written on The
Printype Oliver Typewriter, which
5 will introduce you to this beautiful
E new type. We will also be pleased to
forward the "1'lCents4-Day" Plan
Addrss Sales Depmernent,
SThe Oiler Typerwriter Cmpany
JVALE 'NT I SourAlStcrIj
V 11LL II ~The Journal Bo tr
JUDGE E. T. LEWIS
Formerly of Opelousas
ROOM 7, STATE NAT'L BANX
Will attend to any law business
intrusted to his charge in this
and adjoining parishes. 34tf
Shampoo or Massage
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1 TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE
e Money Baek for any ease of
i. Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Head.
e ache that Solace Falls
NOLACE $B~EMDY is a recent medical dis
covery of three German Scientists that di-.
solved Uriq Acid Crystals and Purifies the
Blood. It s easy to ake, end will not affect
the weakest stomach.
It is guaanteed under the Pure Food and
Drug Law to be absoltely free from opiates
or harmful drags of any deserrtioo.
oLtSLACI is a pure specife in every way,
and hrs been proved bepond question to be the
sorest and quickest remedy for Uric Asid
Troubles known to medieal science, no matter
how lon standing. It reahes and remover
the root of the treble (Une Acid) and
parl 8n te blood.
. THC 0LAO(B t'o. of Battle Creek are the
Bole U. 8. Aenats and have thousands of
volntary testmoil letters which have been
received from teful people SOLAOC has
or retoed to h. Tentimoniol letters, liter
abeie and ozE 1301 sent neon request.
"I want- toe ad a box of klola to my
father in Lom Teu., for which I enudo
$1.00. This remsey has been used by some
friend s of mine her and l must its action
was wonderful, (S8ineWu 1. L. Morris."
Pat up in 6. 60e oand $1.00 boxes.
it g etlimo to be we I andre eanw
senw be *o Ia OLAUlt. N o speial
treatment schemes or f ss. ~uoI LA. a
ales does the work. rts. toda for ree
'~r orclcr nwt·rl Odac rfr
That is worrying the mind of every housewife
at this senson of of the year, iq
What to prepare FOR DINNER
This will be an easy question to answer
if she will call up
Where a Complete Line of Everything Good to Eat
that the market affords is always on hand.
They have a Clean Fresh Stock of Canned Goods,
Fresh "Fruits, Fresh Cakes and Crackers, Fresh
Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, and Chickens.
SCall up 20 Today
and let them bring you what you n
(KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO)
The Popular Route to the North
'THROUGH KANSAS CITY
Buffet Sleepers from Lake Charles
Through the Mountains of Arkansas.
For H'altn and recuperation visit
SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
ALL YEAR HEALTH RESORT
Illustrated folders sent free.
S G. HOPKINS, S. S. WARNER,
DIV. PASSENGER AGENT, GENERAL PASSENGER A
TEXARKANA, TEXAS. KANSAS
to invest a little in a Business Education?
bWe can.teach you Bookkeeping, or
le Shorthand in from three to five months,
"and then you are in a position to earn sa
desirable salary without laboring in the
hot sun. "Time delayed is moneyl
SWrite today for our free catal
which gives particulars, etc.
The Lake Charles Business Coil
Lake Charles, La. - L. VINCEN1',
704 hp 1 have a ;0 Horsepower
0 r And a 50 Horsepower
he 50 hp ATLAS ENGINE
cih Both InOood Condition
Engine FOR SALF CHEAP _
5. O. SCOG(i(lNS, - Welsh, I
YOU SHOULD NOT BE WITHOUT IT
The rates for Telephone Servles of the Cumberland Tek
and Telegraph Company, are so reasoamble that every one c-
o place a telephone in their plem of basine*s and resdeold
ae in soamunication with all your friends and reIalesii tIn
as well as outside places, and our Long DilSace Service ensbl
Sto eommunicate with every city mad town of importasne, is the
tee, at most reasonable rates. Informae ll b eil e furitl
ealling the manager.
S Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Core
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