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STANDING OF CONTEST
ANTS IN PIANO CONTEST
WEEK ENIWNG APRIl 1TH,
You can get votes either at the Coop.
e' Drug Store or at the JOURNAL of.
93 .... ------------- ----32,066,995
106 ...----- ----...31,836.805
2 .. --------- -------- 2,028,680
73 - ---- -------- 503,355
103 . ..-------------* ----. 338,560
133 ..---..-------- -------- 259,540
131 --...-------------------.. 235,695
124 -----......----- --------.... 221,130
151-..---- .....-------- ----- 203,605
During the remaining four weeks of
the contest the color of votes will
c ange on Monday of each week, and
all votes:issued during any week must
be registered not later than the follow
As an accomodation to the candidates
and their friends, we will accept Ivotes
at any time during the next four weeks
and place them to the credit of the
candidade on the following Wednesday.
75000 votes are being given with each
cash book, together with an extra 5000
when the book is traded out.
TOMATO PLANTS-at the Bakery.
AND ALL KINDS OF
FRESH SHIPMENT OF
J. A. FONTENOT.
Charles E. Carr.
Will Write Your Fire Insurance
Will write Insurance on Your Life
Also Workman's Compensation In
sell or Rent Your Real Estate,
Do your Notary Work;
Will Appreciate Your Business
OFFICE PHONE NO. 21
RESIDENCE NO. 57
J. H. llobgood i
Over Cooper Drug Store
Phone No. 58
John J. Robira
Attorney at Law
Any party at Welsh desiring my ser.
vices may call me up in Jennings by
telephone at my expense.
Omfcephone 150 Majestic Hotel
DR. D. C. ILES,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Sep.15.14-1yr Lake Charles, La!
E. D. Miller J. Sheldon Toomer
Miller & Toomer
Calcasies National Bank Building
Lake Charles, La.
I will have a few Set.
tings of Eggs for Sale,
from my Barred Rocks,
at $1.oo0 per Setting of
both Pullet and
WM. M. TERRY.
Fenton, La. April 6, 1915
Mr. Editor as your scribe has been
laid up for several days with a broken
rib or two for a pet, and then a case of
lad'ipPe which was a guest for about
ten days. this forenoon thinking the
the Jo-"1al was probably lonesome for
its scribe I decd to try my muscle
fist in sending you a co-:le of lines
about our doings and happenings.
Rice, corn and potatoes moving
steadily this and last week from the
bins to the fields, most every farm in c
our vicinity is seen planting either rice a
corn or potatoes and some are planting d
both corn and rice while others are
seeding rice, corn and potatoes in fact
the mingling of men and teams on the s
farms, here is the pride of the day and
Mr. Yves Pitre our ninth ward father
has a crew of men and teams grading
roads making culverts and drainage
which has been greatly needed all win.
ter. Make hay in the sunshine and
roads when dry.
Our Fenton school brick building, is
fast approaching completion and is ad
ding quite a scene to our growing little
town. We also expect if there is no
draw back in the work to probably fin.
ish up the last part of our term of i
school in the new building.
Since we wrote you from here we
have been on the boom, two first class
general merchandise stores, one opened
by a Mr. Karam of Oberlin the other by
a Mr. McDad from Lake Charles, We
are glad to see them past there lot
with us and hope they will make a suc.
cess with us,
Mr. B. Harrison has just completed
his deep well.and reports havirg a very
fine well. Mr. Harrison is about three
miles south of Fenton on a new farm
and a good well should mean to Mr.
Harrison a good crop of number one
Mr. Yves Pitre our shell road grinder
of Ward 9 left Wednesday for the
county seat to attend the regular
Police Jury meeting.
Messrs Joraine and Jornice Hebert,
F. L. and Homer Peloquin with twelve
head of horses and mules are grading
a mile of road between Section 25 and
26 where we have been for many win.
ters and summers in need of a road and
with the present outlook of good roads
we will probably be able to visit our
friends in Woodlawn and Fenton re.
gardless of the weather and the rain
fall. Thats prosperity.
I have just received a stock of fertili
zer and can furnish your wants in this
line at the lowest market prices.-Mur.
phy's at Lacasine.
A very enjoyable surprise party was
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.
Stanberry Friday evening in honor of
their guest, Miss Helen Swain of Abbe.
There were about twenty guests
who met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Smith and from there the party
went in a body to the home of Mr. and
A series of very enjoyable games
were played by the guests Delicious
refreshments were served and not until
a late hour in the night did the guests
realize that it was time to'depart.
To all parties desiring to have trash,
I tin cans and etc. removed by our city
wagons which make their regular
rounds of the city on the 1st Tuesday
of each month.
You are especially requested not to
throw slops and other perishable mat.
Ster into containers as it makes it very
unpleasant for our men doing this
work, and as this work is done gratis
to the citizens. The city feels like you
should do your part in this matter in
making the removal of garbage as
pleasant as possible for the haulers.
R. S. GREER, Mayor.
Mrs. J. W. Murphy left the latter
part of last week for a visit with rela.
tives and friends in Texas.
Every business house
and every person is re
quested to pick up and
destroy all waste papers
about their premises.
This nuisance is unsighty
and at the same time
subjects property to dan
ger of fire. Do it today.
--Clean Up Committee.
Primary Classes Enjoy Easter Egg
The Primary teachers of the M. E.
Sunday School took their classes out
for an egg hunt on Good Friday after
noon. All the children met at the
church, full of glee and in for a good
time as all little folks are. After all
the little ones and the teachers were
placed on the wagon thev started on
their way. They went out to Mrs.
Kennedy's beautiful place where the
nests were hid with a little rabbit in
II each for the little folks. Each one and
|allspenta veryhappy afternoon.
C h a s. S. Miller
STATE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
t O( N IIOC In and j:IkiUl Welsh~ Touch. i
--ý` ing Personal Mention. ....
Fresh Limes at the Plezol.
Mr. and Mrs. Clirphjy P!Nre and
chilaren of Jennings wAre the guests
of relatives and friends in Welsh Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Sloane and little
son of Maxie, came over Saturday to'
visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
West of this city.
TOMATO PLANTS-at the Bakery.
Mrs. Dora Barbee and Misses Bessie
I Durio and Fay Sargent were the guests
of friends in Lake Charles Saturday.
Messrs. Ben Gabbert a n d Sidney
Yantis of the L. S. U. of Baton Rouge,
were the guests of relatives and friends
in Welsh for Easter.
Eggs For Hdtching-A chicken in
every egg.-Rose Comb Rhode 'Island
Reds-$1.00 per setting.-G. R. Boling,
Phone 27, Welsh. La.
The Presbyterian and Baptist Sunday
Schools joined in a picnic excursion on
Good Friday and enjoyed a very enjoy.
i able day down at the plant of the
Welsh Canal Co. dinner was spread
un.der the large oaks and the little
1 folks enjoyed a happy easter hunt after
Serve your guests with Muscadine
r Punch-Pints, quarts and gallons-At
Mr. A. G. Fontenot appeared before
the Police Jury Thursday in an effort
e to have an appropriation made to pur
4 chase a pair of blood hounds for the
d parish. He thinks that the very fact of
the presence of a good pair of blood
h bounds would be a powerful deterent
s to crime in the parish. The Police
r Jury took kindly to the idea and
i. authorized the purchase of a pair pro
u vided the towns would bear the ex
pense of keeping the dogs.
FOr SALE;-One Thoroughbred Poll
li Bull. Inquire of Fred Howery. tf
. Mrs. O. J. Toups has as her guests
this week, her mother, Mrs. Emma
Bourgeois and sister, Mrs. V. J. Lot.
tinger, euroute to Hot Springs, Ark.
FOR RENT-Five room cottage near
s M. E. Parsonage. Inquire at the
f Busy Bee. 64tf
Dr. Lewis had with him Tuesday
morning his sister, Mrs. W. R. Chap.
. man from Lo, Angeles. Mrs. Chapman
y left in the afternoon for Sulphur, but
d will return next week for a visit.
s Mrs. Webb, the mother of Rev. Webb
s and his sister, Miss Maggie Sue from
il Itta Bena, Miss. came Saturday. Miss
Webb will return to her music class in
DeQuincy, but Mrs. Webb will remain
here for a while.
TOMATO PLANTS-at the Bakery.
Just arriveda supply of
y typewriter oil and ribbons
r at the Journal Book Store
o Mrs. Mary McDowell who has been a
t. guest in the home of her brother. Mr.
y L. Il. Robinson for several months left
is Wednesday for a trip through the
north and west to visit among friends
in and relatives and return to her home
Ls in Los Angeles, California in the sum
Fresh Garden and field
or seed of all kinds at the
SWelsh Bakery & Grocery.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lewis of Crowley
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. M. B
e VanNess an.l Dr. Lewis,
Mrs. I. N. Shipley of Los Angeles
d california is visiting in the home o
S her brother, Dr. L. G. Lewis.
S* FOR SALE:-A spah ef good worn
y mules cheap. Terms to the right party
e Apply to the Welsh City Dairy.
I' Mr. C, F. Saxby and wife had tht
Shonor of being entertained at a delight
ful Easter dinner at the home of Mr
and Mrs. O, N. England. Mr. Saxby ih
seventy six years old and says this il
kg the first time in his life that he hai
been treated to such a bounty of rab
E. bit eggs and other Easter specialties.
t LOST:-A brown leather wallet name
Sof Win. A. Murphy Lake Charles in it
d Finder will please return to Journa
il Office for owner.
on Mrs. Callie Books had as her gues'
s. Sunday and Monday, her sister.in.law
he Miss Nettle Boot of-Sulphur.
nd Marshal Fjntenot returned fron
Shreveport Friday where he went t.
Stake charge of Jim LeBove of this par
ish who was indicted by the last Grant
SJury for wife desertion. LeBove wa
brought back by Mr. Fontenot Satur
day and placei in Jail at Jennings tr
await trial at the next term of Court.
Mr. F. E. Farr of St. Francesville
p connected with the Southern Pacifli
Railroad Co. is a guest of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. F, B. Dennett. Farr will remali
in Welsh probably during the entiri
Mr. F. B. Dennett and guest Mr. F. I
Fa rr went over to Lake Charles Sun
day and attended the Knights Templar
special Easter service.
Five ipound box of Norris exquisite,
candy ni' en away at the Plezol Satur. (
day, April 1?, Ask for tickets,
In making up the Journal this week
we have tolvid it necessary to omit
the '-outine proceedings of the C'ty
Countli. We :re however pub shing F
the ord naitce' of the countci' a' the ,
procul;ir:,tion of the Mayor , alli c- the
regulbi town election on Mi y ith forr
the .lection of Town officia . The (
regui:r pro,:,;edings will appear in the I
next i"- ,ie of the Journal. 4
(iCheer [oards, 10c and 25c at the
JOURNAL BOOK STORE.
Mr. C. B. Morril is confined to his
roou suffering from an attack of
par:Iys. He, was on the street Mon
day a;r was abut to cross the iail
roa t,'ick when he was suddenly
seize., tith the stroke of paralysis.
He was ca.-ried to his room by friends
and m dcral attention immediately pro
vided. At present he is recovering and
it is hoped he will be able to be out
again within a few days.
Ju ,t arrived an assortment of shelf
paper at the JOURNAL BOOK STORE.
Dr. W. L. Stewart was a professional
visitor to Lake Charles Tuesday.
Miss Mary ,Vhartoo of New Orleans
is the guest or Miss lone R )binson of
this city, this week.
Mr. W. E. Faught has with him for a
few weeks visit. hi; sister, Mrs.
Doggett of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Mrs. S. C. Davis had as her guests the
first of the week, her daughter. Mrs.
Ida Layne of Lake Charles, and mother
in.law, Mrs. Layne of Iowa.
Misses Anna Shoemaker and C trme
leta Sullivan who are attending the
Port Arthur College of tort Arthur,
Texas. were the guests of relatives and
friends from last Thursday until Mon
Mrs. I. R. Aylesworth left Tuesday
morning to attend the Woman's Mis.
sionery Union at Norw ol1, La. she
represents the Ladies Guild and is to
respond to an address of Welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kiplinger and
son Master Lester of Lake Charles
were the guests of Mir. arid N:hs. J. C.
Kiplinger of this city, ifrorn G o,4 Fri
day until Sunday.
1 he Saturday ::iade ftr
sale at the Jourat o ik
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Padgett and child
ren of Lake Charles vrsite : t tihe bhome
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. l)ivis, .;u,,ay.
Barred Rctk l,:.. $1..$l J er
setting of 15 ,r $,·S. i, r, ~
Phone or write to . ,. :!,nil
Mr. W.-E. Plauche of Ll;he Charles
was a business visitor in Welsh T ies.
Paint or rot
Is a horse worth more or less aftdr
Hay and ojts are hiph ted.y; shall I
wait toda:y rd feed him tomor: ow?
That's how men do about p,iilting
their ht - is and barns a n, ftences.
Paint has I.een h gh !or sele ai Y-ars:
and so 1:, ; have waited. :omre arei
rstillwar in .
Their p; iv rty drops a tr ile a year
and the , xt job of panmt creeps-up
creeps-u, , e ps up; it'll t.1ke mnre
paint b,, I alon a year; they don't1
save a : :: and the property toes.on
Faught Lumber Co. sells it.
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