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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, May 21, 1915, Image 8

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1he Ladies' Bazaar
.........DEALER IN.........
Ladies' Misses
W and Children's HATS
Ribbons, Trimmings,
Fancy Collars and Cuffs
Hair Ornaments,
Fancy Drawn Work
and maniy other articles
too InumIerOUS to Imention.
Hats Retrimmed
and Dressmaking
YOUR Bt SINESS SOMETHING NEW
1S APPRECIATED E V E i Y W E E K
MRS. R. S. GREER
PROPRIETOR.
Just One More Week
THE FOLLOWING AT
THESE SPECIAL PRICES
OUTING
15c value, this week...........................12 1-20
12 1-2c value this week................................10
COTTON CHECK
5c and 6c values, this week..........................4¢
DRESS GOODS
5c and (c Calicos, this week..................4 1-20
5Oc value Black Serge, this week............. 45e
Sandals for Misses and Children Just Arrived.
Wes1h BARGAIN Store
A. U. FONTENOT, POfPRIETOR
Phone us y-our orders for....
Good Gasoline
Filtered through a Bowser Tank
-IT'S THE BEST
Car of I. II, Flour
JTUST RECEIVED .
-IT'S THE BEST
Phon'e Your Orders Early
Welsh Grocery
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I COOPER DRUG CO., LTD.
SOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE, mEW ORLANS
Zighest Grade and Most Practical
Courses in Business, in shorthand and
In English. Best Equipments. Un
e equaled Facilities. Complete Colleie
Bank. Only School with Actual Store
<SWRParfl~ a 5w s DrDS'nSuj and Actual Money, in which students
keep the books and balance cash.
d special accommodations for ladies. Personal instruction.
No misrepresentation to secure patronace. Graduates In general depand
rougbh teftir superior trainft:. GEO 80ULB & SONS. New Or1eansa, La.
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: PERSONAL MENTION :
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Miss Mildred Montgomery was the
guest of friends in Jennings Monday.
See the Lake Breeze
Motor Fan at Welsh Bak
ery & Grocery.
Mrs. Lillian Mires of Lake Charles
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas,
Wilson of this city, Sunday.
FOR Watch and Clock and Jewelry
Repairing See J. M. Soniat at The
Plezol Tailor Shop.
Mr. Geo. R. Carr of toe Elton com
munity was in Welsh Thursday mak
ing arrangements to install one of the
VanNess improved pumus on his rice
farm.
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.
The ladies of the Civic League have
arranged a program at the Auditorium
for to night and everybody is invited.
The proceeds will go for the bcnefit of
the pnblic school. Admission will be
10 cents.
FOR SALE-A Good Milk Cow. Will
be fresh soon. E. C. WILLARD. tf
Dr. Dowling's health train stopped
over in Welsh Saturday. An opportun.
ity was given the publice to inspect
these cars and learn something of the
work that is being done by Dr. Dowl.
ing to improve sanitary condlitions.
At night a free moving picture show
was given illustrafing phases of his
campaign. A negro lecturer lectured
to the negroes at night.
FOR RENT:- A completely furnished
eight room house. Very cheap to the
right party. Inquire at this office.
Judge A. V. Peloquin, Justice of the
Peace of Ward Nine, was a prominent
business visitor in Welsh Tuesday. He
tells us he has under consideration the
matter of moving to Fenton for super
ior school advantages and as this
would take him into another ward he
may not be an office holder next term.
Judge Peloquin is one of our most use
ful citizens and his community will no
doubt make every effort to induce him
to remain where he is and serve them
another term.
Keep Cool-Lake Breeze
[lotor Fan, no electricity
no battery, no springs
See it at the Welsh Bak
ery & Grccery,
Jos. Malloy of Lake Charles trans.
acted business in \V'elsh Moidlayv.
Full line of all ki!nd rf Fertil':zer at
Murihy's IWarellouse at Lacasine fcrin
erly owned by A. 0. Fontenot.
S. 1. Culver was a business visitor
in Lakie Charles Monday.
FOR SALE--A few good Barred Rock
Hens E. C. WILLARD. tf
The Ball game Wednesday afternoon
between the Welsh team and the
Roanoke team resulted in a score of
10 to 8 in favor of Welsh.
Mr. J. R. Jarrett accompanied by nis
wife and nephew, Mr. A. M. Jarret left
Tuesday night for their home in Hins.
dale, Illinois. They were accompanied
as far as New Orleans by Dr. J. H.
Cooper. Mr. Jarrett's condition was
improved to such an extent that it was
decided that he was able to make the
trip back home. He stood the trip as
far as New Orleans fairly well. The
only time any anxiety was felt was after
they reached New Orleans while the
trains were backing and switching on
the yards getting his sleeper transfered
to the proper train for the continua.
tion of the journey.
HLw's This?
WNc 2fder One Hundred Dollars
K.ward for any case of Catarrh
what cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have kaown F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
.ncting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of ihe system. Testimonfals
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
Take Halfg Fir*'*r ""'i for conmtlpation.
Ofice Phone 150 Majestic Hotel
DR. D. C. ILES,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Sep.15.14.1yr Lake Charles, La
Charles E. Carr.
WELSH, LA.
Will Write Your Fire Insurance
Will write Insurance on Your Life
Also Workman's Comnpensation In
surance,
Sell or Rent Your Real Estate,
Do your Notary Work;
Will Appreciate Your Business
OFFICE PRONE NO. 21
RESIDENCE NO. 57
p,. . *-,4,
Mr. F. Huber of the Jennings Nur.
sery was a prominent visitor to Welsh
to day. Mr. Huber in speaking of the
orange industry says that there has
been a wonderful increase in the de
mand for plants this year. He says it
has been impossible for his nursery to
supply the demand made upon him for
trees,
TORNADO INSURANCE-I will in
sure you against windstorms, $1000.00
three years for $4.00. Why take your
own chances, let me insure your prop
erty. C. E. Carr agent.
Mr. J. T. Boling returned Wednesday '
after a several months vacation. He
spent some time seeing the sights at
the two great California fairs, then re*
turning by way of Chicago and other
points in Illinois and Indiana where he
spent several weeks. The trip was thor*
oughly enjoyed and he comes home ful
of the highest praise of the great ex
position.
Misses Anna Shoemaker and Carme*
lita Sullivan who have been visiting
their relatives and friends for several
days, returned Wednesday to resume,
their studiies at the i ort Arthur Col.
lege, at Port Arthur, Texas.
Fresh stock of Racket goods just
received at Murphy's.
"In the protection of the national
forests, motorcycles are a necessary
part of the equipment of the United
States department of agriculture" ac
cording to A. L. Croom, Elton, the
local Harley-Davidson dealer. "B. P.
Martin, Homepark, Mont., a forest r
ranger upon whom the immediate re*
sponsibility falls of looking after the
Madison national forest reserve, says w
that the motorcycles now in use have /
been found indispensable. The work
of the ringer takes him over an exten. 6
sive territory that must be covered
regularly and the motorcycle makes it
possible to cover the reserve thorough
ly and frequently. In addition to mak.
ing every part of the forest reserve
quickly accessible in preventing fires M
and other damage, the motorcycle C
costs much less for upkeep, having
supplanted two horses.
Drop in at Murphy's and see the new;
line of Racket goods just recevied.
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Ought to Paint
I ought to have painted last year,
but I hated to pay $2 a gallon. /
I've got to paint this year; it'll take 1
a little more paint; I suppose 1 gallon
in 10; and a little more work, 1 suppose
1 day in 10.
My job would have cost last year
about $50; it is going to cost this year
$55;. 53
S. gene. I suppose it'll be .the same
again. it I wait again.
!What if paint goes down to $1.75 a
gallon? $2.50 ca the joh!
I shan,t wait: what a fool I was.
Faught Lumber Co. sells it. D
E. D. Miller J. Sheldon Toomer
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Miller & Toomer i
Attorneys-at.Law I
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Calcasieu National Bank Building i
Lake Charles, La, 2
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SOME SPECIALS
8: WIZARD I1NE SHOES FOR lwEN
8 ELKS WORKING SHOES FOR MEN
PANAMlA HATS
8 TROUSERS UP-TO.I)ATE
SFINE LINE OF LADIES' SILK PARAS(
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THESE GOODS JlUST ABIUVED
Just step in and see these goods and get
prices before you buy.
P. SMIT H,
ON THE CORNER SOUTH OF TNE DE
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Belts! Belt
I WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
x RUBBER BELTS
x Every Belt is Fully Guaranteed
SOILS
X OF ALL KINDS
Including Capitol Cylind
Sand Atlantic Red Engin
X Call and See Us for Price
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YeIsh Carriage &mpfemen
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rZ FAUGHT LUI1BER CO.,
Climatic Brand
K House Paint...
Wire Pence, Lime, Cemen
Brick and Lumber
FULL STOCK ALWAYS ON
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