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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, July 21, 1916, Image 7

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.I You may
Sbe famous for
: - your cooking, or
S.just a "beginner"
\ In Either Case
will help you.
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you a brick-layer?
are you know that one brick on top of another r
a house to protect and shelter. a
are not a brick-layer you know that one dollar on
builds you a fortune that willsome day protect
you from adversity.
pp your money in the bank and build a fortune.
sleu National Bank
of Southwest Loulsiana
e' Battery Service Station
L MAKES All Work
ge Batteries Strictly
B.L~eres~l uaranteed
arged and Repaired arnted
Dei nett, At Welsb Light Plant
A. L. HEBERT, Proprietor.
tt Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing,
, ..ng; Suits Made To Order
Hit Guaranteed.
k , Iberia Sanitary Laundry
14aves Every Wednesday Phl79
uallad tor and Delivered. one
ring Binder, in good conditifnl.
Hluber Separator, 28148, com.
884 idy for immaediate use.
. p. Garr*Scot TIraction Engine,
%. .ition, with tank a432 pump.
, . WELHm, LA.
e * ne
-Mrs. Wyatt Anderson of China is
visiting at the home of Wm. Fear this u
week. P
-Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pool of New v
Orleans were gests at the home of Mrs. is
Pool's uncle, Mr. A. Robin, Thursday.
Mr. Pool is connected with the Times
Picayune. b
Welsh Band will serve t
Ice Cream, Cake and
Lemonade in the South
ern Mercantile buildingi
next Wednesday night,
-Miss Ethel Hargroder of Port
Barre is visiting at the home of A. A
-Anthony Hebert has secured the
services of Mr. Estilette to assist him i
in caring for his barber trade,
-Messrs. Geo. Martin and Chaisson
of Carencro were in Welsh Thursday.
-Mrs. W. E. Faught is visiting
friends in Ruston, La., this week.
-Dr. C. A. Martin has been absent a
few days this week, his destination
ostentatiously purporting to have been
Shreveport, La.
-Do not forget we handle the
famous Moline Rice Binder.
-Mrs. L. R. Barbee went to Crowley
Wednesday, where she will stay until
Sunday, having some dental work
-Mr. Thomas McCrory, wife and
six children from Ward, La., arrived
id Welsh July 11, and are making their
home in the house formerly occupied
by Fergus Romero in north Welsh.
-P. F. Moreau of Cottonport, La.,
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Nugent,
in north Welsh.
What about Tornado
Insurance? We write it.
Ring up 49. Calcasleu
Trust & Savings Bank.
-Mr. Wm. K. Ferguson, president
of the First NatiodTal Bank of Algona,
Iowa, and owder of the Call plantation,
spent a few days here this week look
ing after his interests.
-Hon. John T. Hocd was a JenninLa
business visitor Thursdwr.
-Mr and Mrs. W. H. Willard senil
from Saturday until Tuesday in the
country, visiting at the home of Mr
and Mrs. James Bowers.
For Sale Cheap-Mc
Caskey Account Register,
in excellent condition. -
Apply to R. S. Greer al
Journal Office.
-Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Unkel are botl
quite seriously ill with typhoid feve
at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. P. J
Unkel seven miles south of Welst
They are being attefled by' a traine
nurse and, although very seriously II
are dolg as well as could be expects
-Mr. S. W. Elberson of CrowleJ
representing A. M. Locket & Co., c
New Orleans, was a business visite
~Mrs. T. C. Slamons arrived Taesda:
to join her husband who is the ae
Sagent at theS. P. Depot. They will ke
house in the property vacated by M
and Mrs. J. P. TUbbs on south Manis)
S-For your Binder Twine pe
- According to newspaper accounts
our former townsman, Mr. R. L. Fic
nel, had the pleasure of meeting the M,
famous outlaw. Helaire Carriere, on of tl
the Frisco tracks near Savoy station enjo:
Wednesday morning. Mr. Fennel is Gold
credited with judiciously displaying a dane
pair of clean hands held well in view ning
during the time the desperado re- nate
mained in view. * this
Remember the Benefit with
for the Welsh Band next afte
Wednesday night. enjo
Mr. H. E. Wesson and daughter Ella each
left Thursday for Mobile Alabama for ty4
an extended visit. stril
ha '
W. D. Bates and family left Thursday had
night for New Orleans where they will live,
board a steamer for New York, going
to Southridge Mass. to make their home
During their nine years residence here
they have made a host of friends wt o
will regret that they are leaving the to I
community. assi
Come out next Wednes. thei
day night and 4rik staf
Lemonade, eat Ice Cream hoar
and Cake and help the R
Band Boys out. -x
i -Mr. F. E. Farr, Southern Pa- F
cific agent at Crowley spent Sunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dennett.
-Mr. F. B. Dennett was a busi- hoi
ness visitor to Lake Charles Tuesday. bui
-Mr. A. J. Findley of Iowa was to
a Welsh business visitor Monday.
-Mrs. Belle Burress, who recently
underwent a serious operation at St. Of
Patrick's sanitarium in Lake Charles
rwas able to come home Monday and
Sis now getting along fine.
-Miss Irma Robinson, who has 11
been in New Orleans taking a teach- to
er's training course returned home gr
the latter part of last week.
s i l
-Get our prices on Twine,
Binders and Wagons before buy- ca
Sing.-Armstrong's. co
-Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Little, Mr.
't and Mrs. Webb Harris and Miss ea
* Anna Cox motored over to Ebeneezar, an
in Acadia parish, Sunday to attend the
ie camp meeting which is in progres -
m at that place.
-FOR SALE-About 200 bales of
Sgood Rice straw.-Gabbert & Mc
V" Millan.
-Messrs. A. T. Jones and E. H.
Boling left on No. 7 Monday for Dal
a las, Texas, where they attended the
n first National Tractor demonstration
en in session there July 18 to 21.
-Dr. Gallager of Lake Charles
was a Welsh business visitor Mon
-FOR SALE-Ten acres in the
EY south part of Welsh, five acres in
til cultivation, balance timber; five
r room house, two wells with pumps,
sixty orange' trees, figs and grapes.
ndl For information see A. D. Patterson,
!ed Welsh, La. June 30 4tp.
led -Miss Lena Girshefski of Dutch
town, La., arrived last week for a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gir
st, shefski. The young lady is a sister
of Mr. Kirshefski.
Jo -Mr. E. C. Barnett left Thursday
for New Orleans, en route to Camp
* Hygea where he expects to recuper
eu atef or some time.
-Mrs. Lee Simpson, who has been
eat visiting her parenta, Dr. and Mrs.
w, Jno. H. Cooper, the past two weeks,
Ion, returned Monday to Lake Charles,
oh- where she is engaged with the in*
surance department of the Calcasieu
National bank of Southwest Loui
eat -Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelsey and
the children and Mrs. Kelsey's mother,
Mr. Mr. G. A. Dennis, left Saturday eve
ning for Siloam Springs, Arkansas,
where they will make their home for
some time.
er, -Miss Mildred Delahaye of Crow
ley came over the first of the week
at for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
oth -Mrs. M. J. Shearer, Mrs. Chas.
ever Bradbury and daughter, Miss Cor
i J. rine, were accompanied to Lake Ar
hlsh. thur last Friday by Rev. J. W. Har
med vey. The ladies are spending the
ill, week at camp meeting, while Rev.
oted. Hervey returned the same day.
ley, -Manager Chas. Abell of the
I., o0 Welsh garage, is having completed
sitor a large addition to the garage which
is made necessary by the enormola
day increase ij the automobile repair
aew bushiess. The bulldlag when com*
keep pleted, will be saited to the handling
Mr. of the garage business.
. --WaWons-agons - Wagons
p ee--We bandle the famous Mandt
.vui (MA Wi'k!tnt-drTDst rODnn' 'Si
Monday evening sone thirty-four
of the young people of the community
enjoyed a watermelon party at the
Goldsmith home. Card games and
dancing furnished a rart. of the eve
ning's entertainment, which culmi
nated with the watermelon feast. In
this the young men served the young
ladies. Each young lady was served
with the heart of a half-melon and
after its deliciousness had been fully
enjoyed the remaining juicy rine
was gently but firmly pressed over
each young lady's head. The novel
ty of the situation proved very
striking, and they all report having
had the juciest time of their young
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dennett desire
to thank everyone who in any way
assisted in helping to save their
clothing and furniture, and also for
their kindly profers of a place to
stay after the fire had left their
home in an uninhabitalie cchdition.
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction.-8
For Run-down Horses and Mules
Tonic for worn-out, run-down
horses and mules, guaranteed to
build them up at the rate of 75
to 100 pounds per month, $1.50
per quart.
Special attentien given to cases
of Charbon.
Welsh, La.
There is more Catarrh in this section 01
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it a
local disease and prescribed local reme
"ulis, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it Incur
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. is the only
Constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken Internally. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
.'hey offer one hundred dollars for any
cuse it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation
FOR SALE....,.
E.S. Goodreau
Civic League.
The Civic League met at the home of
Mrs. V. L. Romero July 7, with eleven
members present.
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
R. M. Gray, the vice- president, Mrs.
Martin Ipresided.
All of the reports were accepted.
Mrs. Godfrey, chairman of the clean
up committee, reports having all of
the hitching post lots filled with dirt
and grass cut along the walks, and
also several lots mowed, although she
complains of several of the property
owners refusing to have the grass cut
on their lots, refusing to pay for hav
ing thenm cleaned.
The League adjourned to meet with
Mrs. Charley Ryder August 4.
-Press Committee.
All patrons on Routes No. 2 and 3
who wish boxes will plaase give their
names to VWm. Mi. Terry at once.
For Hay, Straw, Wood
(Dry Ash and Oak) or
Turpenitine Chips, call
ClydeDavis, Phone 85 27.
Presbyterian Church
Regular Services-Sunday School,
10 a. m.; Preaching, 11 a. m:; Christian
Endeavor, 7 p. m.; Preaching, 8 p. inm.
Everyone cordially invited.
E. M. STEWART, Pastor.
Strayed or Stolen.
From Luke Purviance pasture north
west of Welsh, about June 30, two
yearlings branded PA lightly on right
hip, one light yellow and one brown.
Reward for information or return.
July 24 and 25
Everybody ' Welcome--
Everbody Come and Drink
a Cup of delicious Coffee
with Sunshine Cakes.
Model Grocery,
P. H. Goodreau, Prop.- Phone 14
- If you need any--
Auto Repairing
---or have any Self-Starter or
I Ignition Troubles, take it to
We are prepared now to give you quick and
. accurate service. We carry a full line of auto
accessories, including dry cells, gasoline :and all
rI kinds of lubricating oils and greases..
SOur Oxy-Acetylene Welding Department Is
' prepared to weld anything-Cast Iron,
AluminutmS Brass, Copper,
dh a Iron or ,Steel.
chi We also handle Belting of all kinds, Wagons,
r Mowers, Binders,' in fact a complete line of Rice
m- Planters' Supplies.
ng Soliciting a Part of Your Trade, We are
Yours for Good Work and Good Goods
dt Armstrong Machine & Well Works Co.Ltd
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