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The Ladies' Bazaar
and Children's i A T S
Fancy Collars and Cuffs
Fancy Drawn Work
and many other articles
too numerous to mentioln.
YOUR BUSINESS SOMETHING NEW
IS APPRECIATED E VER Y WEEK
MRS. R. S. GREER
Phone us your orders for....
Filtered through a Bowser Tank
-I1 'S THE BEST
Car of I. II. Flour
-IT'S THE BEST
Phone Your Orders Early
FEED OF ERY DESCRIPTION,
SND, LIIE, BRICK AND
Also the Best flakes of Fertilizers, viz:
Swift's' and Virginia-Carolina.
Anm prepared to make and keep
Fresh Chops on hand at all times
COME AND SEE ME
A. J. FINDLEY, PROP. IOWA, LA.
PAT Ot NIZ E
THE WELSH CITY DAIRY
Our Milk is aerated before bottling.
We have passsed Sanitary inspection.
We invite inspection by the public.
We guarantee absolutely pure Milk.
We guarantee 2 1.2 inches of cream on every quart bottle.
We are located permanently, and we shall strive in every way to
have satisfied customers.
Delivery Twice Daily Phone No. II
Phone Sunday orders for Ice Cream Milk. They will be attended
SOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE, erw ORLEnS
Sp ighest Grade. and Most Practical
Courses in Business, in Shorthand and
in English. Best Equipments. Un
equaled Facilities. Complete College
Bank. Only School with Actual Store
',g0WYOar~O SeFT ag iand Actual Money, in which students
keep the books and balance caslh.
* Special accommodations for ladies. Personal instruction.
No misrepresentation to secure patronage. Graduates in general demand.
through their superior training. Q GO 0VZRa ou0s. New Orleans, ma.
: PERSOHAL MENTION :
LIBERAL REWARD for information
or return of articles taken from run
about car standing on main road East
of Roanoke on morning of June 3rd.
Notify "Liberal" this office. 1t-25p
C. A. LaRue of Sulphur was the
guest of friends in Welsh Thursday.
Just received a new stock of racket
goods at Murphy's.
Miss Cora Ca rr principal of
Franklin High School and Miss Francis
Carr teacher of the Centerville School
arrived at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. !O. S. Carr the latter part
of last week for the summer.
FOR SALE:--One first class young
Jersey cow, just fresh.--R. M. Gray.
Miss Helen Lewis accompanied
by her little sisters left for Cali
fornia Monday where they ex
pect to spend the summer visit
ing friends and relatives on the
Mr. Sidney Yantis returned
Monday from Baton Rouge
where he has been a student the
past year in the State University.
Quite a number from Welsh ex
pect to leave within the next day
or two for extended trips to the
west to see the San Francisco ex
position and other sights of inter
est in the west. Among those
who are planning to leave within
the next few days are: Mr. A. T.
Jones and family; Mr. E. H. Bol
ing and family; and Prof. and
Mr. John A. Mcayeal of Crowley
was accidentally killed on his
farm Wednesday. He was alone
when the unfortunate accident
occured. It is supposed that he
became entangled in the machin
ery of his pumping plant. Mr.
Mcayeal was well known in this
community where he was quite
active in some religious extension
A lot of household
furniture for sale reason
able. Apply Mrs, Flossie
The new city council was duly
installed in office Tuesday night
and transacted several items of
business of interest as will be no
ted from a record of their pro
ceedings in this issue of the Jour
Friends will be glad to learn
that the sister of Messrs.R. A.and
C. E. Estes is now resting some
better in Crowley. They were
called to her bed side last Friday
on accont of her critical condition
where they remained until Mon
day, She has had a very severe
attack of typhoid fever yet it is
felt by friends that the crisis Ehs
passed and that she will contin
ue to improve.
Friends of little Gladys West
will regret to learn that she is
Snot doing so well.
Miss Adelle Parsons and Miss
Emily Langham of Houston are
visiting Miss Irma Robinsong
In honor of Miss Parsons and
Miss Langham of Houston a par
ty of twenty or more motored to
Lake Arthur on Monday evening.
They had carried with them a
most appetizing lunch and there
in the club house spent a delight
ful evening. Those in the party
were: Mr. L. E. Robinson with
his family and their guests, Dr.
and Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Sim
pson and son, Mr. and Mrs, Gil
bert, Mr. and Mrs Dennett and
son Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Goodreau
and son, Mr. and Mrsa J. A. Mar
tin and little daughter, and Dr.
Troy of Lake Charles.
Friends of Mrs. Nat Prentice
have been much concerned over
her conidition for several days.
She has been quite sick for sev
Seral days with typoid fever, but
. is some better now.
Ofice Phone 150 Majestic Hotel
DR. D. C. ILES,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
SSep.S15-141yr Lake Charles, La
List of Petit Jurors,
List of Petit Jurors drawn to appear
and answer in open court at the Court
House. in Jefferson Davis Parish, Lou
isiana, at eleven o'clock a. m. on Mon
day June 21st, A. D. 1915, and to serve
as petit jurors for the balance of said
week, which drawing is as follows:
No. Name Ward
1........Henry W. Ortte .-------.-- 4
2-.......J, R. Thibodeaux-------..... 4
3-........Cyrus T. Hunt ...-- --------1
4-...... Emanuel Trahan- - . .....--1
5-....... Ed Barker ....... ........2
6-........Odra Comeaux ----------.. 8'
7-....... W . J, Liddle,.. ..---- - - -----2
8........David Hebert ....... ----... 3
9. _ ....J, E. Hill..........----- ------- 4
10-........M. L. Clark .......---------- 2
11 ......Davidav vey .... ...----------. 1
12........Jules Reaud............ ----------2
13-........W. C. Fulton--- ............ 4
14-........Isaac Guillory ............ 7
15........John O. Guzman .....-------... 8
16........Frank Nugent .___.........---- 4
17........ C. N. Corbello.........--------.. 8
18........E. C. Miller .....---------........2
19........A. McMillan......--- ------.......6
20------........W. H. Patterson..----.....-..-7
21 .. ....G. E. Tarbox --------......-- 2
23........ C. H. Dunham .............. 2
24........E. C. Addison ----....-....-- ..1
25........Louis Buch ..--.-------.......... 2
26........Albert E. Ellis ...--------......... 3
27........ A. W. Langley......--------.....4
28........Placide Landry ..........-------- 1
29........ C. E. Robbins ....---..----......-.2
30-........S. Musey .....-----------.........4
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing thirty (30) names is a true
and correct list of Petit Jurors drawn
to appear and answer in open court at
the Court House of Jefferson Davis,
Parish Louisiana, at 11 o'clock A. M.
on Monday, June 21st, A. D. 1915.
Clerk's office, June 4th. 1915.
I. R. Price,
(Seal) Clerk of Court.
A Doctor's Prescription for Cough.
One-fourth to one teaspoonful of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken as need.
ed. will soothe and check coughs, colds
and the more dangerous bronchial and
lung ailments. You can't afford to
take the risk of serious illness, when
so cheap and simple a remedy as Dr.
King's New Discovery is obtalhble.
Go to your Druggist today, get a bot.
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery, start
the treatment at once. You will be
gratified for the relief and cure obh.
tained.-Adv. No. 1
STRAYED:-From my place, one two
year old black heifer; no ear marks:
brand on left hip. Also one two year
old jersey heifer with few white spots;
no ear:marks brand on hip. Last seen
near;the Gulf Coast Rice Mill on May
20th. Any information leading to recov
ery will be rewarded.
J. F, Hoke, Roanoke, La.
Telephone: Planters' Line, No. 194-2
E. D. Miller J. Sheldon Toomer
Miller & Toomer
Calcasieu National Bank Building
Lake Charles, La.
One of the Nearly 350 Complete Layne Rice Irrigation Plants Now In Use in the Louisiana
Use the Layne System of Wells and Steel Pit Pumps for Rice Irrigation.
You Will Then Be Sure of Plenty of Water at All Times.
See Us Before Contracting. Beware of Infringers, All W
LAYNE AND BOWLER COMPANY,
Welsh, Louhisiana. . - - , . . Crowley
x IWE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
Every Belt is Fully Guaranteed
OF ALL KINDS
Including Capitol Cylinder
and Atlantic Red Engine
Call and See Us for Prices
Welsh Cariage & Implement
Straw Hat Spec
FOR ONE WEEK
On All Straw Hals
In Our Store
Welsh BARGAIN St
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Brick and Lumber
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