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Fertilizer, Coal, 191
.cks, Twine; Olds-Rumley
ýife Engines, all sizes, and
ppy of Mixed Feeds. a
pe"ially Prepared Poultry Feeds.
and Oats sold in BULK in any
We can save you money on
Y~ou save the cost of sacking also cost f,
, as you can furnish your own sacks.
FIND E , - lowa, La.
is a four-year-old Sta'ndard Bred
hands high; weighs 1000 pounds.
I Saddler and Roadster, has a fine
iand is one of the best Standard
a ever brought to this section of
y the famous Breaux Bridge running stallion
was from a Standard Bred Kentucky mare.
ipoints of each of his ancestors; is well built
w dill make the Season of 1913,
, at J. B. Firestone's Farm, two
mare in foal $10.00, singl eover $5.00
[ MANAGER .
LET US PLAN YOUR
1Cheap Round Trip Fares to all
Summer Resorts :and
IFORNIA and atl
e ito Septeaber 30,191. CQvution
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Mrs: W. L. Stewart and little daugh. B
ter, Miss Marian were the guests of Lai
friends in Lake Charles Tuesday. 3:30
Miss Mabel Gabbert of the class of
1912, of the Welsh High School. arrived
in Welsh the latter part of last week, gue
from Sylliman, where she had been at
tending the Sylliman Institute during
the past school year. the
After a serious illness of several
weeks duration, Col. Samuel BlacKford pec
started the first of the week, for We(
Muscelaro, New Mexico, to spend the son
summer at the home of his daughter, Cha
Mrs. Belle Blazer. Mrs. Bhk r who
has been here several weeks caring for ing
her father accompanied him on his re- frie
turn to her home. Mr. Blackford ex- and
pects to remain away until late in the
fall, unless exigencies arise that re.
quires his earlier eturn. N
Jesse Buckingham, manager of the Fis
Buckingham Garage was transacting arr
business in Jennings the first of the day
Mr. and Mrs. |Peters of near Iowa, i
were shopping in Welsh Saturday.
Mrs. Jas. Wilson and sister, Miss
Edna Bourgeois were the guests of
friends in Lake Charles Saturday. Tui
C. E. Carr returned Saturday from
New Orleans after having spent a few hat
days there under a speciahst's care. thi
FOR SALE-A good riding and driv- ba
ing mare, heavy in foal. Inquire at ing
this office. mo
Will Fenton, one of the prominent \
cittzens from the north part of the
parish was a business visitor in Welsh I
Misses Ruth McLees and Allie Thur. as,
man started Friday evening for their
homes in Rustin. La., after having
completed successful years' work in the 10,
Welsh city schools. Ch
Messrs. Gordon Lake and Chas, Lanz,
and Misses Cornelia McDonald and in
Margaret Fairley drove to Lake
Charles Saturday evening in M r.
Lanz's touring car. to
Miss Dora Gibson spent several days
this week visiting at the home of her
niece, Mrs. Furniss in Fullerton, La. inj
All parties who failed to give in their at
assessment to the Assessor when he
was here the first of the week will still
have the opportunity to give a personal s
statement of their assessment, by call
ing on A. E. Lognion, at the City Gro
cery within the next three days, as the gi
books for this ward hrve been left with M"
him by Mr. L. L. Richard. he
Mr. and Mrs. A. Robin complimented
two of the departing teachers, Misses
SMargaret Fairly and Cornelia McDon- e`
ald very prettily, on the night of their M
dcparture with an informal luncheon of le
two courses. The guests were Miss
Fairly, Miss McDonald, Mr. Chas. Lanz
and Dr..Hobgood. TI
Reynolds Logan, a graduate of the M
Welsh High School class of 1912, who o1
has just completed a successful years
teaching at Juanita, La. arrived in
WVelsh the latter part of last week, n
and is spending a few days visiting
friends and former school mates.
Buckingham's Garage is prepared to ti
sharpen your lawn mower on short
notice, and guarantee the work. 50 St e
Miss Carrie Neeley, of Lake Charles o
was the guest of her mother, Mrs. M.
A. Neeley of this city the latter part of E
Mrs. M. A. Neeley and her two sons, n
IRay and Robert, started Sunday even
ing for Apache, Arizona; where Mr.
Neeley and his son, Curt are now lo
cated on homesteads.
Rock 'lanetho Stock Co
is now organized and we
are ready to place stock.
If interested see Wade E.
Plauche. ' 48tf
J. I. Louvere, the wAll known
painter, left the first of the week, for
Crowley and other eastern points,
where he has contracts with the
LouisianaState Rice Milling Company
for painting a ntumber of smoke stacks
fortheir mills. He expect to be gone
until the last of the week.
C- .A. LaRuof Sulphur was the guest
of Welsh friends Sunday.
P. W. Kiplinger of Lakq Charles came
over tospendSunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Klplinker of this:
place. Mrs. Kriplinger and little son
Laster, had beeahere for several days
previous to his iimlng. .
When in need of Painting, Paper
Hanging or Decorating let me figure
on your work.--ASHLEY MURPHY
Welsh. La. sltt.
A. MeLeod, of Lake Charles was the
guest of friends In Welsh Sunday.
J. A. KEplinger of Yilton, wks the
guePstsof his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.
Q, Zplingerr Sunday, .
mlaser Helen. Marlan and Frencen
F returued to their home in
- lows, the latter part of last week,Ibjr.
gtomppeM theft 'i* r' work int the
ea for eron T h Le a our,
~~Wisty, Mto weelk Iet tofo beatt
ar na i *bey
w~~jaiXih'~~anta - ssd nooa e
BASE BALL!-Welsh White Sox vs.
Lake Charles Giants, Friday, May 30,
3:30 p. m., at Sportsmen's Park.
Chas. Farreaux of Rayne, was the
guest of Welsh friends over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs: J. C. Kiplinger, two of
the pioneers of Welsh are preparing to
take a well earned vacation. They ex
pect to leave Welsh the last of this
week for a few days visit with their
son, P. W. Kiplinger and family in Lake
Charles after which they intend visit
ing their old home scenes in Ohio, and
friends and relatives in the Carolinas
and Florida. They contemplate being
gone for three months or more.
Misses Iva Hathaway and Miss
Fisher, teachers in the S.ulphur schools
arrived here Tuesday and spent several
days as the guests of the tormer's
sister, Mrs. W. L. Stewart.
Mrs. Antonio Wolters and little son,
were Like Charles visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Unkel started
Tuesday evening for a summer trip to
their old home in Germany. They
have been in this country for about
thirty-fiye years, never having gone
back to the Fatherland, but are prepar
ing now for a visit there of several
What is Davidson doing?
Parish Assessor, L. L. Richard of
Jennings was in Welsh this week
assessing the realestate of this city.
Miss Mattie Langley ret irned on No.
10, Monday from a short visit in Lake
A. T: Jones was transacting business
in Crowley Monday.
Orrin Sinderson made a business trip
to Jennings Monday. +
Why buy a new lawn mower? Buck
ingham can make your old one cut as
well as a new one. Have it sharpened
at the Buckingham Garage. 50.5t
MisseLuna Hathaway, completed a
successful year teaching at Roanoke
last week, and spent Sunday as the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Stewart,
Monday afternoon she started for her
home in Rustin, La.
Leo Unkel went to Jennings Monday
evening to bid adieu to his parents,
r Mr. and' Mrs. P, J. Unkel who were
f leaving for their old home in Germany,
z Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Talley, of Frisco,
Texas, are guests at the home of
e Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Compton, the former
o of whom is their niece. w
Miss Jeannette Shaw went to Jen
, nings Saturday 'for a visit kith friends.
FOR RENT-A good 14 room board
ing house in the city of Lake Charles,
t to right party. Only first.class board
t ers. Large shady lawn on the Lake.
Larges airy rooms and every room an
s outside rooom. If interested address, "
f H. C. GILL, Lake Charles, La. 50-4t-c
J. H. Hodgkins, wiho purchased and
, moved on the A.M. Liscomb place north
Sof Welsh this spring. was transacting
r. business in Jennings Monday.
Maurice, Euseb, Leon and Modeste
SHenry of Mermentau, who had been
visiting their sister, Mrs, Sam Ringgold *
e for several days, returned home Mon.
What isDavidson doing?
Win. Epler the well known surveyor, j
was over from Lake Charles for a short 4
Svisit Weunesday. He expects lo start I
for his summer home in Virginia, Ill.,
he the latter part of this week, intending ,
Iy to spend the summer there. d
E.'C. Robinson of Roanoke was trans
arcting business in Welsh Tuesday.
Mrs. Jennie Wise, who has been one
t of the Welsh teachers for several years
past, and little daughter, Lou Anna,
started Wednesday morning for New
I Orleans, where they will spend a short
t, time visitilg friends, before going to
11 Baton Rouge for work in the Summer
*s We will have on sale
our house furniture from
er the first of June. Mrs.
J, S. Gerson.
Miss Anita Hebert, chief operao r of
the Cumberland Telephone Co. was
a called to Crowley on, account of the
illness of her mtiother, in Crowley
SFrank serekyrst trick operator
for te Western Union Telgraph at
_j.hpslac R tft Tuesday noron to iu
lome_ I on uge o acowt of t
t atlider d w In·m.Em car T.z~
S ,,esm 1." . ,U.- . Robl. son. - . . .
WUtnza'* transac ng business I
of Quality Groceries
1IUAL Y ROCE IES
Th1e Right Spot
- EVIERY TIME
This is the Right, Spot
To Do Every Time For Grocerios.
o " Auto-Delivery$
Enables us to deliver the goods
promptly---town or country......
Phone your orders.
Planters' Grocery o2
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IYov May Be
i Doing Well,
BUT YOU CAN DO BETTER
BY TRADING WITIH...........
A. McM)LLAN & SONS
Dealers in General flerchandise,
4 The n Ice Cream
* *.....Gr aragon Par lor .....
THE PUREST CREAM,
TlE CHOICEST FRUITS,
AND TlE BEST FRUIT FLAVORS
. Are Used in the Dishes and Drinks We Serve
THE PARAGON ICE CREAM PARLOR I
t First door North of Davidson's new brick building.
11. FLOYD ilDKIFF, Agent,
i rrigation, Mill and Well Supplies.
Have just received a new stock of:
PIPPE-.Bla;k and Galvanized.
FITTINGS-For Steam, Water, Gas and Oil.
VALVES-.For any service and pressure.
P STEAM 8PECIALTI.-Boile~ r and Engine Trimmings.
t PACKING-Gas, Oil, Steapa and Water.
SHOSEB-Discharge, Garden, Steam aad Suction.
TOOLs-Stocks, Dies, Drills, Taps. WrenChedi tet.
OhL YS-Copperized, Steel, Englusers, etc.
Let me lave your l~lqulr1ies wble my stock Is complete.
. Piplcut toorderand threaded Let meorder ypu a new Belt; BoHeir
-is `Feed Pump or Boler Tubesi I will save you monery amd t1m.
tJENNINGS, LA. Opposite "Court House" L D. Phone 1162
-Miss Marie Langley
S -eaires to anouncea to the lades of-Welsh ad
S suretoadlag country that she has purchased the
0. Idiei' Sawur the Millinery Stor recently es
ti . blised by ,Mrs. loan, and ta' t she is prepared
to, ' t frisjhyou :apythiug you may need in tbhe way
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