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BAKING POWDER
Passed N the Board of Censors
1st-The manufacturer with the Wh
rigid tests of the labbratory and
factory. , Thy
2nd-The wholesale grocer with
his high standing and desire to An
handle only reliable goods. An
3rd-The retail groperwho desires Be:
to handle only those brands he.
knows will please his customers. of
4th-The food officials with their Th
rigid laws for the purity and
wholesomeness of food products. Th
5th-And most important, you, Oh
the housewife with your desire
for purity, efficiency and per. H°
feet satisfaction. A
ASK YOUR GROCER - HE SELLS IT Of
S (More than a pound and
2Ouneesfor25
a half for a quarter)
Ai
NEW FALL STOCK
ARRIVING DAILY
.An Immense Line to select from.
Gomplete line of Fall Shoes for
Men, Women, Misses and Children.
Dry Goods and Notions.
HIGH QbALITY
and LOW PRICES
MARTIN S
Our Automobile Contest Is
Creating Considerable Interest
The Prizes are Well Worth the Little Effort Required
2-Passenger Automobile
And Five Other Valuable Prizes
"i
10 of These Beautiful 42-Piece msnner Sets
One Given Away Every 15 Does
Ask For Particulars
r Bros. and Welsh Printing Co.
A~
iji I
If
John J. Robifra
Attorney at Law
Peterson Building
Jeanin gs, La.
Any party at Welsh desirltg my
servce mry arl m Ln Jenalags by
telephone at my ezpense
! S tg . O6mhutW.
a!. Vlbarkt~tf -
Personal---But Not Too Personal
And Local Items of Interest
$ If You Are Not Ashamed of Your Visitors Tell Us
Who They Are-Telephone 222.
AT LAST. -
(W. Lomax Childress.) heal
When on the golden dawns, the dark sche
has deepened, witi
iThe music and the dream we had onj
together past, Gra
And one of us shall hearken to an
other ct'ing, Par
And follow him at last.
Jen
Beyond the stellar spaces, and the
moi
splendor
Of earth's enchanted spring, and -
summer's glow, day
The little calling stream, and blos- feri
some clinging, the
The fringe of woods where "Yellow erir
violets" blow. , ver
Oh, true heart trusted, loyal spirit
ever, ly
How shall I know you in that won
per
der guise, bal
Adventuring forth into the vastness fur
of the glory, La
Of God's bright paradise. net
Not by the body of earth beauty
given,
But by the grace of spirit fond and dai
true, gu
Shall I in that last quest, unerring E.
follow after, tui
And come to you . me
There is no change of worlds can
ere conceal it, wi
No veil can hide the splendor love tei
has shown, Mi
It is of God, and I shall know you C1
by its token, da
My loved, my own.
Roanoke, La. Aug 28, '16.
olo
P1
-Mrs. M. L. Prentice and sons, a
Alton and Bobbie are spending the te
week with relatives in Port Arthur,
Texas.
-Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hebert bi
were in attendance at the funeral of ,
Alcide Coley at Port Arthur, Texas, he
last Friday. Mr. Celey, a cousin of w
Mrs. Hebert was killed in an automo-th
bile accident on the road between
Beaumont and Port Arthur when the
car in which he was riding collided o
with a milk wagon. fl
For insurance on your N
Rice any warehouse in A
the Parish, Phone C. E
Carr. Policy will be de- i'
Slivered to you.e
0
-Mayor Gabbert of Welsh, Mr.
Brown of Shreveport and City Mar- ti
shall P. E. Louviere were business v
visitor in Elton Tuesday.
Miss Irma Robinson returned
Tuesday from Jackson, Miss., after
an enjoyable visit with relatives and3
friends.
V
30 x3 1-2 U. S.
Nobby Tread Tires
$18.40
Full Set Crown
Fenders for Ford
Car $14.50
E. S. 000DREAU <
WELSH, LA.
The Only Kind
of Milk to Use
These Warm
summer Days......
AERATED
Biuy it from
WELSH CITY DAIRY
J. F Groii, Prop. -:* Phone II
Carlysle W. Hamilton
Osteopathic rhysician
L 'tablished la Lake Charles Nins Yearn
- M,'ric Treatmemi Givem, IncludiD3
High*.Frequeny, BSinsoldal, D'Areo
val and the X*Ray.
Bioars- ' to 11:30 a. m. 2 to 5p.m .
Pho. s--O s 70,Ree . U1
rlak Bld'L'" Conner Broad and Ryan
*Streets
* JOHN T. HOOD
-A¶'TORNE. AT LIW
and Not&' fublic
Pr earleIb.sat aCOUrta
min U Supreme -~ -eea
yV~rrwwwwwwwwWWthe
-Prof. Arnold L. Pearce, who will M.
head the faculty of the Welsh high TueE
school the coming term, has arrived
with his family and they are at pres
on4 'Yocated at toe home of Mrs. pert
Tue:
Grace Morris.
-Parish Supt. W. P. Arnette and I
Parish Treasurer F. F. Arceneaux of yo01
Jennings were in Welsh Wednesday y
morning.
-Miss Edith Smith returned Mon
day fro l New Orleans having suf- were
fered the removal of the tonsils at last
the Touro Infirmary. She is recov
ering from the effects of the operation who
very satisfactorily. at 1
-About 350 sacks of Wright's Ear- retu
ly Prolific seed rice for sale-$4.75
per barrel at the thresher or $5.00 per
barrel delivered in warehouse. For Of
further information call on or address p0
Layne & Bowler office or John Bar- u.
nett, Welsh, La.
W
-Mr. and Mrs. Brown Funk andn
Sdaughter, Ruth of Jennings were
guests at the home of IV.1r. and Mrs.
E. S. Goodreau Tuesday night, re- Sur
turning home on No. 6 Wednesday wil
morning. ter
n -Mr. Brown Funk of Jennings -
with his Sunday school class of fif- cep
e teen boys passed through Welsh on We
Monday morning en route to Lake Chi
u Charles and the Sulphur mine for a ily
day's, outing.
-FOR SALE.-House and two ing
lots near L. H. Dautel's residence. wa
Plenty of fruit trees. An exception- -
Sal bargain. Part cash, balance easy ha;
e terms. See P. A. Hebert. A25-4tp wE
r,
-Miss Katherine Carroll, who has to!
been visiting at the home of. he;r Fo
rt brother, C. E. Carroll the past six die
Sweeks, left Tuesday morning for her thi
's homn in Salina. Kansas, where she ME
Df will resume her duties as teacher in coil
0- the high school. su
m
he Watch this paper for an
d our general ad which will scl
follow In a few days.- Fe
ir Welsh Garage, C. L. Abell
ln Manager. ri
in
O. Stansbury returned Saturday YE
. from Donaldsonville where he has been
engaged in the work of repairing one
of the La. States rice mills. pc
tr. in
r. Mr. A. G. Fontenot moved his family se
r- to Rice Thursday where they will make
ss their future home
Phone E. C. Willard if it
Syou want lesrsnce on i>
ter
nd your Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Fenton of Fenton
Swere business visitors in Welsh Thurs. is
day. * e.
At the Auditorium last Monday a
night a large and interested audience R
fS followed the Rev. C. M. Beard in his yI
interesting Journey 'To and Through ir
the Holy Land." which was beautifully ei
illustrated with colored views. In con* ei
clusion Rev. Beard brought his aud
Ience home with the aid of some catchy
local views. The Ladies Guild realized
a satisfactory sum as their share of the
1 proceeds,
Upatoudate auto repair- or
ing, Work neatly and V
promptly done. Welsh e
U Garage, C. L. Abell, Prop s
Erwin D. Lewis who has charge of
the Ford office in Lake Charles durini
-the absence ot- his father who is In
California on a vacation, was in Welsh I
Thursday. .,
Mrs. F. B. Dennel and son Kilbourne
are spending a few days with friends
IngLafayette this week.
) Hon. J. S. Treme President of Jeff a
Davis Parish Police Jury was a
busines visitor in Welsh Thursday.*
For Insurance on Rice
I phone C. E. Carr, day or
-night, he will do the rest
On -Miss Cecile Toups and Miss Jes
sie Bonvillian, who have been spend
ing some time visiting at the home
ra of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Toups, left for 1
their home at Houma the first of the
dtag
Sweek.
-Mrs. E. A. Ruffner of Jennings
P. m was a visitor in Welsh Wednesday.
lyas -FOR SALE-One set World His
tory, 88 volumes, new, cost $85.00; 1
set E. P. Roe, 18 vols., new, cost $15
D all for $25.00. Enquire at Journal
orffice. a 18 St
.Police Juror F. )A. Arceneaux
als was a Jennings visitor Wednesaiay
lranl a. Amsar David of faywe wae e
Welsh bkianes visitor Wedn..day.
...Mr. sand h 8a E. Carroll ad
We iss Euphie Neely returned to
I Welsh this morning after spending
some time with her sister, Miss Carrie i l
Neely at Galveston, Texas. Gar
We want your rough Loo
Lay
rice-see our buyer-La. Bef,
State-Rice Ililling Co. day
-According to the Times-Record Fer
Miss Lucille Anderson entertained witi
the Epworth League of the Jennings v
M. E. Church, South, at her home this
n Tuesday evening. rett
-Wade E. Plauche, insurance ex- thel
pert of Lake Charles was in Welsh woc
'kan
Phone E. C. Willard if the
f'you want Insurance on wil
Syour Rice. Me
the
-R. S. Greer and son, Chasberry
. were business visitors in Crowley
t last Saturday.
S-Mr. and El s. I. R. Aylesworth,
n who have spent the past two months
at their old home in Hebron, Ind.,
c- returned to Welsh Saturday.
A complete assortment
of casings just arrived,
s popular brands-Firestone
rU. S. and Goodrich.
Welsh Garage, C. L. Abell
d Manager.
re
s. "Uncle Charlie" Auston arrived
e- Sunday from Sunnyvale, Cal., and
y will spend some time here looking af
ter his rice interests.
gs -Wm. Terry, who has recently ac
if. cepted a position with the Kelly
on Webber Wholesale grocery at Lake
ke Charles, spent Sunday with his fam
a ily in Welsh.
-Buy your McCormick and Deer
vo ing Binder repairs at Miller Hard
,e. ware and Furniture Co.
n- -Mr. H. L. Proctor of Jennings
sy has taken up his residence here in
tp Welsh as manager of the Welsh Mo
as tor Car company, selling agents for
er Ford cars and repair parts in this
six district. This company has leased
ier the south room of the old Southern
the Mercantile building and is fitting a
in comfortable office and installing a
suppliy of Ford cars and parts.
--FOR SALE-House and lot one
Or
r and one-half blocks west of public
ill school; a bargain. Apply to Herbert
- Fear, Welsh, La.
lI Mlessrs. J. Alf. and Ed. Martin ar
rived Sunday from an extended buy
ing trip which took them to New
lay York City and the other principal
trade marts of the east Alfred re
DB8
ports that they were very busy dur
ing the entire three weeks, making
5ll1 selections of merchandise and had
ake very little time for sight seeing.
. No. 666 will cure Chilis and Fever.
It is the most speedy remedy we
0t know.-8-23.
How to Give Good Advice.
Iton The 1best way t6 give good advice
Urs- is to set a good example. When oth
ers see how quickly'you eat over your
day cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough
m eeRemedy they are likely to follow
his your example. This remedy has been
ugh in use for many years and enjoys an
'ully ercellent reputation. Obtainable ev
con- eryhere.
Lud
tchy Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne
'L -Kills pein, stops putrefaction.-8
'the
Mr. Justin F. Denechand secretary
Lir-of the Immigration division of the
Agricultural Commission was in
nd Welsh Wednesday evening in confer.
Ish ence winh Mayur W. B. Gabbert rel
ative to the holding of a meeting here
rOp today in the interest or the Federal
a Farm Loan Bank.
rlnp Monday being Labor
is In
reish Day the Bank will be
closed.
urne The Philatheas ahd saaaas of the
ends Preabyterltn Church met at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Goodreau Friday
Jeff evening Aug. 2S.
as a A very pleasant evening was spent
playing progressive Games after which
i elightral refreshments of pink and
white ice cream was served.
Or Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
.est Lyman Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Yantis lone Robinason Flora Csmpton
Jes- Eldia Yantis Katherine.Carroll and Mrs
pond- Beatrice Peck Messrs-Willie Compton
home John Compton Tim McMillan Jule Todd
t for and Charlie Todd A short business
fthe meeting was held after which the
guests departed thanking Mr. and Mrs.
Goodrean for a very enjoyable evening
nings Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fauight returned
7*y Thursdry morning from a pleasant
motor trip to Rouston, La., Mrs.
o- 1 Fa'RgOB fjormer home where they
01 spent a few daps visiting friends and
rlatives.
ornal
2 t . Bad Temper From BDm Liver.
sesul You -can generally blame your
17. grouch on a lasy lver. Liver ills are
vasE back of coated tongue, bad breath,
rdab. bilousneus and, muddy, sallow coni.
pledon. Insufficient flow ofbile
leav bhpumte In the liver whic
LAYNE & BOWLER ITEMS.
Messrs. S. O. ScogginS and R. E.
Garrett arrived in Welsh Tuesday at
noon and began the inventory of the
Layne & Bowler stuff at this branch.
Before coming to Welsh they ipent a
day in Port Arthur and report that
Fergus Romero is progressing nicely
with the vwork at that place.
When the inventory is finished at
this place Messrs. Scoggins and Gar
rett will got to Crowley and from
there to Alexandria, thence to Green-w
wocd, Miss., then to Stuttgart, from
which point they will cover the Ar
kansas territory. This will complete
the inventory trip, but Mr. Scoggins
will probably spend some time in
Memphis on matters of interest to
the company.
MR. FARMER
HARVEST IS HERE
And so are we, with a large stock of
GROCERIES
Ii Ated
Call and let us figure with you im
on your harvest groceries
Welsh Grocery
L. R. Barbee, Proprietor Telephone No. 79
Storage Battery Service Station
ALL MAKES All Work
Storage Batteries Strictly
. Quaranteed
Sold, Charged and Repaired Guaranteed
F. B. Dennett, At Welsh Light Plant
PLLZCL TAiLORSHCP
A. L. HEBERT, Proprietor.
Up-to-date Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing,
Dyeing; Suits Made To Order.
' Fit Guaranteed.
Agent tot Iberia Sanitary Laundry,
Basket Leaves Every Wednesday
Work Called for and Delivered. Phone 10
SOULE BUSINESS CSLLiEUw 41 5AW
YUR alghest Grande and Most ie
Uou: tes In Business, ln Shorthand i M
in English. ' eBt equipmnts. ''14b k
0 equaled Facilities. Complete
Bank. Only BSchool With Aattsi
avO(uano 4 ms wo rrnra and Actual Money, in whi'
keep the booatS at,ý Ian" pe
Snecial accommodations for ladles. Personal itwstr'cIo
n )rloepreerntatlicn to secure ratronn'^. Gradiuwes
,iroudi' their superior trainltr. 930 r OUsl a %05., .
A Desirable Position for
OD And three months makes you a stenographer or
$1 U tuition, board and stationery. Life scholarships ,
board, great reduction. You get the "Best Courses", most h
unequaled facilities; elevator, electric fans, steam heat In -0
dust, but nnsurpassed comfort and health. Read What Hued
$100 and three months in W. B. C. made me a bookkee
-J. W. Reams, Neams, La, now at Houston, Tex,
Nine weeks in W. B. C. made me a stenographer.-.Ns
Lake, Texas. The $100 I paid W.B. C. was the best Investns,*tt
Clark, Thorndale, Texas. WRITE FOR SPECIAL OPPER.
L. R. WALDEN, Pres. Littlefleld Bld'g. AUS'TI4
WALDEN'S BUSINESS C
i4+4.1411I11 ll 1:1 444.I4.Hl"H'11
COME TO LAKE CHARLES FOR YOUR it
.s5
Painless Extractiing FREE with
No deky-Pltes and Bridgework colmplted a rne
Our new Lake Charles offce is now located in the anwl
street over CARLSON'S Jewelry Store, where the
organization of skilled Dentists are at your di
I acquainted with you. and that we may cbtaln
S fluence, we are going to make the following prices,
A Uuarantee Bond for 1.5 Years
I Best Set of Teeth....... $5.00 Porcelaain
S 22ki 30-gauge Gold Crowns I Porcelain In
and Bridgework Ss.00 and $8.00 I Silver PUll
Gold Fillings.. $1.00 and up i Platinuma
iGold Inlay.......----...52
S Painlaess Extracting Free. and Cleinlag
SSPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT 0O TOWN
Samples of plates and BridgeS, and get an
" WorL. No charge for eiamiuationt
r The Most Complete Organization of Skilles
S Up-stairs over Carleon's Jewel" Store, new'
_ .$ k r
J. W. Barnette of the local Layne
& Bowler force, spent a part of the
day Saturday in Lake Charles taking
the Civil examination at that place.
Work will soon begin on the city
wells at Oakdale and Ville Platte, at
which points Layne & Bowler Co. has
contracted to furnish these towns with
a water supply.
Word from Alexandria ta thati the
boys are ready to set easing at this
date in the well which they are dril
ing for the I. P. Ry. It is probable
that a second well will be drilled for
this company at Alexandria.
-FOR SALE-Ten acres in the
south part of Welsh, five acres in
cultivation,, balance timber; five
room house, two wells with pumps,
sixty orange trees, figs and grapes.
F'or information see A. D. Patterson,
Welsh, La. Aug. 11-4t-p.

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