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eo~sec~~e.?a8****b Anderson who teaching t ierr Ferry iem' Leesville is ysit to her parents. Her v closed for a few days on ac esS. UagleY who has been prents,. Mr. anid Mrs. 1 gley north of \vWelsh since returned to Lake Charles , mlss Edna Is attending school 1 t. V Kiplinger will re r shoes while you ` ffice cor Crowley dspeth Streets. A. Austin, of l:nydae, in Welshl ;aturdAy at 21 gWill spend ti! visiting lends. Mi'* Ant in joie; her ho has been in t or the looking aftc L ..ri:nnT I .Jr. and M~ e of ou1W ; ; t, 1 Ko gnally retuin lc. K lc - i ,tisit. oved lilue [Rose Rice for sal-, ree of .T. Jones. 5. HenniW-n, ) An,.tkce'. was Tuesday morn~ng and while the Jotun3l Office an a pCreci Lane left Sunday night for s. Mrs. Lane will entcr the ery for an operation. She about three weeks before home. gus your cars. We eli equipped to do repairing and we complete line auto ries, all makes. (larage & Machine bMr.and Mrs. Carl McMillan a daughter, Sunday morn. mother andL daughter are and the proud father is bly well. G.StClair of Kansas City, Mo., Wgdnesday morning for a visit mo, C. E. StClair and other re will spend the winter here. accompanied by her son and auffman who will spend some Ung here among friends and tion Sale of house furniture at Yandle Snext to Millers on day. Nov. 6 Come. one Us Your Wants Plenty of Good Thmings To Eat MEMBER PHONE 79 elsh Grocery asons come and go nd fashions change, but Milk from the Welsh City Dairy is always the same Pure and Clean H ~With plenty of Creami LZCLTAILORSHCP A. L. HEBERT, Proprietor. to-date Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, SDyem3:; Suits Made To Order -it Guaranteed. fr'.th City Steam Laundry tL.LA; s Ivery Tuesday. 1 Calleu ws and Dlelivered. Phe 70 Mrs. L. h. McMillan was a business Svisitor at Jennings last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Simmons who have been living at Choupique, La., have moved back to Welsh and are now locat s ed at Mr. G. W. Cosner place north of r Welsh. Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Oats and Oat Fertilizer .Welsh Warehouse Co. 16-3 e Stuart Robinson who has spent two s weeks visiting home folks returned I Monday at noon to Port Gibson, Miss., where he is attending school. - Mrs. Chas. A. Austin left Sunday Smorning for Baton Rouge for a visit with relatives. What about Tornado Insurance? We write it. . Ring up 49. Calcasieu g Trust & Savings Bank. Miss lone Robinson was a Lake I Charles vi: itor last Saturday. e i Dr. L. G. Lewis spent Monday and . Tue'dsy in Welsh looking after busi ness matters. The D)r. has just return. cd from Cul:lornia fronm a visit to his children aid after a visit to the twvo bi r fairs andti San Diego and San Francisco. Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Oats and Oat Fertilizer Ls Welsh WWarehous2 Co. 16-3 le Messrs. Darbone, cashier and A. Cole of the Oberlin Bank of Oberlin, La. and Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoag, of Jennings, )r were in Welsh Tuesday on their way to 1e Oberlin travelint overland. Mr. C. L. Abell had the misfortune to re get a piece of steel in his eye last Sat urday. He went to Lake Charles to e have it removed and is very much bet. O ter. 'e Mr. iHi. A. Bywater is .o now agent for World's SStar Hosiery and Kleen Knit Underwear, Welsh his headquarters. Call an ýn. on or address him for any re thing in his line. Look Sfor him, he will call on 0,1 you personally. 14-5 16-7 sit We desire to call special attention to re- the ad. of Mrs. W. T. McAftery in this re. week's issue of the Journal. She has nd made a very large reduction on all of ne her hats and if you fail to take advant nd age of this sale it will be your loss. Remember the date and place Saturday November 6th at Mrs. W. T. McAffery's millinery. n For sale cheap--May e. Baler-Apply A. T. Jones. Mr. Chas. W. Abbott, of Beaumont, ' who is extensively interested in the" Sour Lake and other Texas fields and al. so in the new well which Jas. Bowen is drilling on the Little farm south of Welsb..was in town Thursday. Mr. Ab- ful bott express himself as confident that a the new well will prove a bonanza. He wa will return within the week to be pre- fra sent when the well is brought in. dia art Mr. and Mrs. J. Alf. Martin entertain. sce ed the Philatheas and Baracas of the 4 Presbsterian Church last Friday even- 6 ing with a ghost party.E Don't forget the sale of household furniture at Vandle bld'g. next to flil- 1 ler's, Saturday. Nov. 6. A Chas. F. Jeter, auctioneer 4ii LA Miss Adele Durio is visiting at the wl home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Robin. ha Miss Mable Stansberry returnedsc Thursday from a visit with relatives in Abbeville, New Iberia and Crowley. ti Pt Wateri Seed Rice for sf sale, grown from import- 151 cu ed seed on virgin land,i to free of red--A. T. Jones. ar cV Mr. 0. Stanberry has as his guest his mother from Abbeville. Mr. R. W. Hallier, of Beaumont. Tex. pl as arrived Wednesday and looked after his interest in the Welsh Petroleum Co. fo: Mr. Gallier will remain in Welsh until L Ithe present well which is being put ha down is completed. ye Texas Red Rust Proof Seed th Oats and Oat Fertilizer- cli ° Welsh 14 arehouse Co. 16-3 in o Forest Talley who has spent the last oL [. 12 weeks here visiting his sister, Mrs. o George Barnette left Wednesday night E for his home in Teague, Texas. He si S was accompanied by Mrs. Barnette and la g son who who will spend some time visiting with home folks at Teague, Tex. P1 Supt. J. W. Knightlinger, and D. W. di I Rosenzweig, of the Southern Pacific, with headquarters at Lafayette, were w in Welsh Wednesday on business con it k nected with the railroad. * b n Sell your hammer and ei 7 buy a lorn-$4.oo and up o :0 at the Welsh Garage & ti is b Sfslachine Shop. a f John W. Armstrong returned Friday t] t' from Shreveport and New Orleans. s. While in Shreveport he assisted in the Ii bY laying of the corner stone of the new " s Scottish Rite Cathedral at that place. t' When completed the new catheral will li be one of the finest in the south. f A large member of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attend a meeting of the a Old Fellows at Lake Charles Monday f night gcing over in autos. Let us insure your rice; c phone us from your home we will do the rest. Cal- t casieu Trust & Savings a Bank. a Rev. J. E. Webb, L. R. Barber and R. t S. Greer were Elton business visitors t last Wednesday. No. 666 will cure malaria or Bilious Fever. It kills germs -J 25 4 m. The Colds of Mankind Cured By Pains! Have you even gone through a typic- c al pine forest when you had a cold? e What a vigorous impulse it sent! How a you invigorating and mysterious quail ties. Yes, Dr. Bell's Pine.Tar-Honey I possesses those stimulating qualities a and overcomes badking coughs. The inner lining of th, throat is strengthen. a ed in its attack against cold germs. I Every family needs a bottle constantly I at hand. 25c. Adv. 3. GO NO FARTHER The Evidence Is At Your Door. Welsh proof is what you want and the statemet t of this highly respected resident will banish all doubt: Enil Langly, Bower St., Welsh, says: I"Often I had sharp pains in the small of my back, shooting up into my head. I could hardly straighten after stooping. I had little control over the kidney se cretions and had to get up several times at night. I had awful headaches and dizzy spells. Dean's Kidney Pills, ' procured at the Cresent Drug Store, removed the trouble. My Kidneys have been in good working order since." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-gets Dean's Kidney Pills-the same that Mr. Lang ly had. Foster.Milburn Co., Props., Bulfals, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets. This is a medicine intended especially' fori stomach utrubes., biliousness and constipation. It is meeting with much success and lapidly gaining in favor and popularity. Obtainable every where, Ad,. Nov. If1 NOTICE TO RiClE PLANTERS! We desire to announce that we are fully prelparetd to drill and complete on a "STRICTLY GUARANTEED IBASIS" water wells for all purposes, ranging from four inches to sixteed inches in diameter, or larger if you wish. We are prepared to complete wells with screens of the following dliameters: 4 in wells with 4 in screen. 6 in wells with 8 in screen. 8 in wells with 10 in screen. 9 5.8 in wells with 11 in screen. 11 58 in wells with 13 in screen. 14 in wells with 14 in screen. 16 in wells with 16 in screen. All of our wells with the exception of 4 in wells will be completed with "THE LAYNE PATENT SHUTTER SCREENS which are acknowledged by all who have used them to be tihe greatest screens evier built. We have perfected and thoroughly tried out "LAYNE P'ATLNT TURBiNC PUJMPS WITH ENCLOSEDI) DRIVli SHAFT AND FULLY PROT CTED BEARINGS," which hAve ecoiiomnical caUpacities iom H00 W gallons Ip'r m!in uteL to 4000 gallons her minute. Ih fact, we are really pr'epar'ed to equip eachii · and every well which we may crili with a Pump of "suitable cap icity to most eco: oniicaly pump the well to its ca p ,city." Afier having carefully iot di tIe per forinance of our over 400 complete Layne Rice Irriigating Plants wlich we have in talletl during the past eight years in Louisiana Rice BIlt, and with the use of our Improved Screens and Layne Patent Turbine Pumps with In closed Drive Shaft and Protected Hear ings, we have found it feasible to raise t our guarantees approximately 300 gal lons per minute in localities which have t been developed. Thls puts us in po sition to "absolutely guarantee our 1 larger wells to produce as much as 3800 gallons of water per minute"-or no pay. Furthermore. we stand ready to guarantee for a period of two full pumping seasons, ALL WELLS that we Sdrill during this coming season. SFor the past two years we have been e working out a series of improvements Sin the Layne. Patent Pumps and have been able to very greatly increase their Sefficiency aud capacities. After having triea out these Pumps for a peried of ) over sixteen months, we have found ' them to more than meet with our highest expectations in every detail and we are now ready to introduce y them in this territory. i We expect to have a few of these e Improved Layne Patent Turbine Pumps v with Enclosed Drive Shaft and Pro . tected Bet rings ready for sale and de 1 livery in this locality within the nex few weeks. Please remember that THE LAYNE s & BOWLER COMPANY zas never a offered in any locality, an experiment 'y for sale. Each and every "LAYNE PRODUCT" has been thoroughly tried out at our own expense before ever being offered on the market. e These "Improved Layne Patent Tur . bine Pumps With Inclosed Drive Shaft S and Protected Bearings" have been in actual use tor over sixteen months on lifts ranging from seventy-five feet R. to one hundred and fifty feet "higher" 's than the highest known lift in the entire Louisiana Rice Belt. If you have one of those "Good Old Wells" equipped with a shallow dug pit or a steel pit, which is not a Layne remember that we can replace the old dug pit with a steel pit and install in same a Layne Pump, and also that we o- can install a Lavne Pump in your pres 1? ent steel pit and greatly increase the w amount of water formerly produced i- and cut down the fuel bill to a very ey marked extent-YOU TO BE THE es JUDGE. s We solicit your inquiry. Our prices n. are strictly In keeping with the class of me. materials we use and the results ob ly tained. Our terms are as liberal as is 3. consistent with conservative business methods. Catalog mailed on request. Respectfully, LAYNE & BOWLER· COMPANY, Welsh, La, Crowley, La. C J 20 TP ad How To Prevent Group. ed It may be a surprise to you to learn thst in many cases croup can be pre r vented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida, Ohio, of relates her experience as follows: "..y little boy is subject to croup. During .g. the past winter I kept a bottle oi Chami e- berlain's Cough Remedy in the house, al and when he began having that croupy Is cough I would give him one or two Is' doses of it end it would break the at e' tack. I lke it better for children than ve any other cough medic no because children take it willingly, and it is safe ly andreliable." Obtainable everywhere. ''s Adv.-Nov. S., Skulls as Drinking Cups. The old Scandinavian sages repre gent as among the delights of the im mortals the felicity of feasting and drinking to drunkenness from the Iv skulls of the foes they had vanq'ished ad on earth. Mandeville goes further, and ch represents the Guebres as expoasg the dead bodies of their parents to the or fowls of the air until nothing but the skeletons remained, and preserving 7'V the skulls to be used as drinking cups, Model Grocery FREE! FREE! FREE! A Beautiful Aluminum Sauce Pan With every 10 pounds of Alameda Coffee Purchased between Oct. 1st wnrl Jan. 1st Car Load of..... Red Top Flour Just AtriS iv dYtis SP. H. Goodreau fiP'n 14 Our New Line of Winter Colts For Ladies. Misses and Children Includes Broadcloths, Corduroys, \Wool Mixture, Tiwel.. et. You should call and see them. A Nice Line of Boys' Suits All sizes-Some Norfolks Dress your boy as he should be dressed--he will behave better Shoes--The Most Reliable flakes We can fit your feet with any style shoes that you may prefer. BLANKETS! - BLANKETS! - BLANKETS! A large stock-all weights and grades MARTINS' ~WB ANDE EERYTHIN.MGI 8 WE 8ANDLE 8 8 GOODTO~ BAT8 8 PHONE US AND GET OUR 8 8 PRICES 8 THEY TELL THE STORY Quick Delivery 2 Remember our Phone is Ljognion Grocery Co. oo0000 W 00000000000000(~00 00 "Exposition Line" ONE FARE For the SNSE ROUND TRIP SROUTE . ~$57.50 TO Calif ori nia and the Exposit ions TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Limited to Return December 31st Stopover all Points Enroute Shortest and Quic'est Route TWO THROUGH STEEL TRAINS DAILY Oil Bnrning Locomotives Electric Block signals Observation Cars Best Dining Car in America For full information and illustrated literature, ask any Southern Pacific Agent or write W. H. STAKELUM, J. II. R PARSONS, D. P. A , Lake Charles, '. Gen, P A , New O~rlesnr, Li, SOULE BUSINESS UIL1EGE, M'EIN RLVA~i YOUR Highest Grade l in 0 'n:IIS ý h, I l Ranik. Only Rchur' 1 ý ti lr `+ SNOLDaEDUCtA ro,'ORsyTm fSE~ and Aýc!ual Mow- ' Hi Special accomrodhtionq for ladlii.s. 1'v r:oinla 1n trijr'ioflr. No misrepresentatinf to sfocure jintronne. Gtnad1¶'iitr +; in atl b' ,sr niA through their superior training. GEO SOULE t SONS. New Orleans. L?.