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And Local Items of Interest If You Are Not Ashamed of Your Visitors Tell Us Who They Are-Telephone 222. :,... .. ... , , A :AP 4jlj,% 4 Col. W. L. Stevens, parish highway engineer, was in Welsh Thursday in in V consultation with the force engaged in making the survey and estimates for our improved highways. fic ROOMS FOR RENT--furnished or St uaturamll, in Borth part of town.- Mrs. 0. Layne. slS2tp We Frank Gi rshefski returned Wednes day from a business trip to Htouston, Texas. ph Mrs. Gilly Sloan and children are ni here for a visit with relatives and triends. A naval battle past all comprehen- Rot sion. Dreadnaughts in death struggle of Torpedoed! Smashed! Destroyed! See Fri E BATTLE CRY OF PEACE. Gulf Coast Mill is now hor pared to furnish fresh wit n and Polish to their pra rons: Bran at $18.oo Ho ton, $i.5o single sack; lish $26.00 per ton or ter 2.5o single sack. Fr Mr. C. L. Davis is engaged this week in moving the house formerly occu pled by T. L. Davis and also the small Y( cottage which was located on the Singleton property, both recently pur- y chased by Mrs. Wi. Buckingham, to Mrs. Buckingham's property, two w blocks north of the depot, where they are to be repaired and fixed for rental purposes. Good, heavy Ear Corn, pi in car lots, subject to in spection upon delivery.- Pi See R. A. Estes phone 162 ds -Among those who attended the funeral of the late Mr. J. B. Lee Wed- I nesday were Lon Lee of Crowley, t brother; Mrs. John Ross of Eldorado, Kans., Rev. Vinton Lee of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mrs. Clyde Fundenberg- I i or of Lyons, Kansas, and Ytrs. Emma Carlisle of Pharr, Texas, children of Mr. Lee; Mrs. J. Cahill of Jennings, bi sister-in-law of Mrs. Carlisle; Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Vinton, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith and family of Welsh. tl Welsh Garage desires 9 to announce that they a are now prepared to do I all kinds of Storage Bat- t tery repairing and charg ing promptly. -Prof. Fournet and Mr. Oscar Aglillard were in WelSh Saturday hiorning purchasing supplies for the Thorawell school. For Rice Insurance see . C. Willard. -4Mr. J. P. Black of Jennings was l businbiess last Satur set World His v*ilng , new, cost $35.00; 1 ?. I8 veols., new, cost $15. SEnquire at Journal a 18 2t SEl8ia and Mary Yantis alght for Natchitoches, ths will attend school term. House and lot one bleeks west df public kargain. Apply to Herbert Illl TO ALL WHO BUY GROCERIES A Fall Line of Fresh Groceries. Prices that Will Suit You. GIVE ME A TRIAL "A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made" .OOGNION GROCERY EW FALL. STOCK ARRIVING DAILY A An Immense Line to select from. SComplete line of Fall Shoes for ~j' Women, Misses and Children. Goods and Notions. HQ::-:: V~~ -James L. Barnett of Kinder was week n Welsh last Friday. Heh We want your rough Lak rice-see our buyer-La. State Rice flilling Co. -Oscar Richard of Elton was a yo Welsh business visitor last Saturday. For insurance on Rice just phone C. E, Carr, day or spC night, he will do the rest -Mr. M. L Warmoth of Baton Rouge, representing the Cary Safe Co. E. of Buffalo, N. Y., was in Welsh last Friday looking after the safe business. . -FOR SALE-One serviceable Mo horse, one five-year-old Creole mare an( with eolt, good breed (Diamond Boy), et a double team harness, hand made, lat practically new.-Apply at the Priest's dat i House. Mr. J. L. Doiron and little daugh- me ter of Thornwell were in Welsh last See Friday to meet Mrs. Doiron, who ar rived on No. seven. the Phone E. C. Willard if joi you want Insurance on thg your Rice. ter 0 -W. T. Fenton of Fenton was a lac 0 Welsh business visitor Saturday. S y1 Every officer and every man in the bo army and navy urges every American pr citizen to see "THE BATTLE CRY OF ac it PEACE." P -Deputy Clerk of Court Clarphy - Pitre was over from Jennings Satur 2 day for a visit with friends. p1 For insurance on your Y - Rice any warehouse in th y, the Parish, Phone C. E Ii .1 Carr. Policy will be de- fe -- livered to you. --John W. Barnett, Layne & of Bowler's office man at their Welsh s, branch spent the first three days this [r. week in Port Arthur, Texas. John n, r. was "looking into" the deep well busi- ei ness at the Texas seaport. He says t the looking was good from every an Sgle, and casually, awhile there he, 1 with one swipe of his strong right % arm, removed all of the Layne & 1o Bowler drilling paraphernalia from the site of the new Port Arthur school, so that the workmen might K proceed with the task of erecting the magnificent structurq, his company having already completed the water :ar supply source. lay the For Hay, Straw, Wood (Dry Ash and Oak) for ee Turpentine Chips, House Moving, call Clyde Davis, , Phone 85 27. ur- -Miss Lillian Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Carroll, and a is- graduate of the Welsh High School ; 1 class of 1916, left Monday morning 1. for Clinton, La., where she will attend nal the Silliman Institute. For Rice Insurance see tis E. C. Willard. tool -Mr. Fergus Romero and Mr. and Mrs. Archie M. Harris left Monday for Akron, Ohio, where the Layne & one Bowler Co. have recently secured con blic tracts for deep water wells in the ert drilling of which Messrs. Romero and Harris will be engaged. -Supt. W. P. Arnette of the par ish schools was in Welsh Tuesday evening and Wednesday. Phone E. C. Willard if you want Insurance on youe Rice. -Dr. L. G. Lewis, who has been visiting the past few weeks with members of his family at Long Beach, Cal., returned to Lake Charles last week accompanied by his daughters. Helen, Burdine and Neva, and son, L. D., who will make their home in Lake Charles. Phone E. C. Willard if you want Insurance on your Rice. -Mi.s Burdine ILewis, wlro has just returned from Long Beach, Cal., spent Monday with her many Welsh young friends. For Rice Insurance see E. C. Willard. t -Messrs. S. A. Sutter, Jas. Ellis, A. C. Brainard, H. S. Williams, M. E. e Morse, Rev. Alonzo Early, Dr. Remage anti W. L. Lumpkins of Jennings, old veteran comrades and friends of the late J. B. Lee, were in attendance at s the funertil services here Wednes day morning. Ever see a submarine in action, sub I merging. rising, discharging a torpedo? t See THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE."p -The social and dance given by the Catholic ladies and the Welsh hand if jointly at the Catholic Hall Tuesday night was a fair success, considering the threatening weather. All who at tended had an enjoyable time. The ladies realized about $12.00 from the sale of refreshments, and the band $10.00 from the dance. Members of he both organizations have expressed ap in preciation for the generous patronage )F accorded them. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All school books and school sup plies will be sold for cash only this ir year, and no exchanges will be made. This announcement is made in order that pupils of the school may secure E lists of their needs from teachers be . fore making purchaases. Respectfully, JOURNAL BOOK STORE, & By R. S. Greer. his -Enter in the Automobile Contest ihn now and enjoy the advantage of an isi- early start. Ask to have it explained ;ys to you. an he, PIG CLUBS PLAN ght ANNUAL DISPLAY. rBoys and girls who belong to Pig m Clubs of Louisiana have many prizes ur offered as inducements to exhibit at the State Fair at Shreveport. Nov. I ht to 6. And, besides the awards that he are available, they will no doubt find ny the opportunity to sell their pigs at at. ter tractive prices if they so deside. The Boys' Pig Club show has always prove en a splendid attraction heretofore, and this year promises not to be an d exception. Realizing the importance of the ot swine industry. the fair association has set aside a large part of the pre mium money for distribution among g, boy and girl farmers engaged in this branch of livestock raising. Altogeth er, about $1,000 is offered, and In ad. lition there are many specials to be tof awarded. Ld a Pig Club members will receive free tickets to the grounds upon proper ap. plication to Prof. E. S. Richardson. ning State Boys' Club Agent. Extension De. end partment. L,. S. U.. Baton Rouge. W. H. Balls. agent in charge of Boys' Pig Clubs, Ewtension Department, I,. S. Ui., will serve as superintendent of this dil see vision, with W. P. Martin assistant superintendent. Apply to State Fair Secretary L. N. nd Brueggerhoff,. Shreveport, for cata* d logue, premium lists, etc. HORSE RACE CARD h AT FAIR, 2 DAYS. c .w3 sgo~s auoq 2uluun. jo sPfp oy u promised visitors to the Louisiana a State Fair, Nov. 1 to 6, inclusive, and I a particularly interesting feature of the program is that nothing but run- t ning events are scheduled. The man- a agement realizes that running races t please almost everybody, being much more popular than harness events, and on that account all the time and purses this year will be devoted to the e running contests. The meet will be held Thursday and Friday, November 2 and 3. Seven races each afternoon are promised. l The purses will range fromn $100 to $250 for each race. The track here is one of the fastest in the South, and the management is well liked by horsemen. These two facts will help to make the race meet a complete success. George R. King of Dallas will ofl. clate as superintendent of the horse races. For data about entries and other In. formation, apply to Secretary L. N. Brueggerhoff, Shreveport. FARMER BOYS GET LESSONS AT FAIR. Juvenile farmers as members of the Boys' Agricultural Extension Clubs who attend the State Fair and make exhibits will have the privilege aghin this year of attending the State Fair School for Farmer Boys. All memr bers of clubs for boys, including corn, pig, poultry, agricultural high schools and judging teams, are entitled to par. ticipate in the schoo!, which will be conducted by G. E. Nesom, superin tendent of livestock extension service, Baton Rouge, assisted by A.'.L Roff, poultry expert, also of Baton Rouge. The boys taking part in this feature of the State Fair will receive daily lectures by experts and specialists in different Iiaes of agricultural develop meat work. The lectures wilt be d* II t lecture ree. SaB.me JUST RECEIVED J, Jul; CAR LOAD I to nea old fan R nof 1 ahl: at E a to 1 Efi Hi: Bra Ne ty the F ti pa L 0 tli L t( U SR SMODEL GROCERY P. H. Goodreau, Prop. f e. In I You need never worry at about results in Sbaking if you use he KC BAKING ire, POWDER the It has been a stand Sby for a quarter of Sa century. Guaran be teed under all p pure food laws. Constipation the Father of Many Ills Of the numerous ills that affect humanity a large share start with constipation. Keep your bowels reg ular and they may be avoided. When a laxative is needed take Chamber lain's Tablets. They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. Ob tainable everywhere. -1000 Automobile votes with ev ery $1.00 due bill, good in making any purchase at the Journal Book Store, Welsh Printing Company or Greer Bros. Jewelry. How to Give Good Advice. The best way to give good advice is to set a good example. When oth ers see how quickly you get over your cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they are likely to follow your example. This remedy has been in use for many years and enjoys an ercellent reputation. Obtainable ev eryhere. IC i N a t° . .ýoww91 i J. B. LEE Jonathana Baldwin Lee was born July 21, 1846, in Wayne Co., Ind. In 1853 he moved with his parents r to Dallas county, Iowa, and settled stre near Redfield. When he was 18 years old he enlisted in the 46th Iowa In fantry and served 100 days to the close of the war, whereupon he was honor- re ably discharged.cr He was married to uMary Moorman at Redfield, Iowa, Oct. 22, 1866, and ine to this union were born one daughter, ann Effie Lillian, and one son, Vinton. ter His first wife died Jan. 14, 1872. In s 1874 he was married to Delia A. se Brown, and to this union were born cOn three daughters, Daisy, Emma and WO Nettie. Brother Lee was early converted brt and brought up under the Quaker bta faith, but later united with the Meth- tal lxtist Episcopal church of which he y has been a consistent member for for- of ty years. iz lie left Iowa in the fall of 1877 and e spent the winter in Nebraska, and in ed the spring went to Chase county, Kan- Dc isas. In 1887 he joined an emigration party and came to the Southland, set- RD tling near Crowley, La., later mov- to ing to Welsh, where he has lived for of fifteen years. a The end came suddenly, but quietly be and peacefully on Saturday evening at be 7:15, September 9th. Brother Lee will be missed in our chur h, for h1i was fathful to all its servi,;. lie was a regular attendant upon all th? means of grace. Each Lord's day folnd him in his place in Sunday school and preaching service morning and evening. He was loyal to the best and highest interests of the town and community. He was a de voted husband, a loving father, an I honorable citizen and faithful Chris tian The funeral service was in charge of the writer assisted by Rev. Early of I Jennings, Wednesday morning, Sept. 13, at 10 o'clock. The church was beautifully decorated with fragrant flowers and ferns of living green. The* Veteran class of the Sunday school contributed choice floral of ferings. A large and sympathetic audience assembled to pay their trib ute of respect, including several old soldiers from Jennings and other places. He leaves his wife and three daugh ters, Mrs. Carlisle of Pharr, Texas, C:ks. Funderberger of Lyons, Kansas, Mrs: Rouss of Eldorado, Kans., and Rev. Vinton Lee of- Cedar Rapids, Iowa; also his brother, A. E. Lee of Crowley, and nephew, A. G. Smith of Welsh, all of whom were present. May the consoling and comforting grace of God sustain the bereaved. His Pastor, JAS. WI HERVEY. 1I YOU READ the Other Fellow's Ad You are reading this one. That should cohvince youI that advertising in these columns is a profitable = proposition; that it will bring business to your 1 store. The fact that the other fellow advertises is probably the reason he is gettingmorehmsanessthan is falling to you. Would it not be well to give the other fellow a chance To Read Your Ad in These Columns? -1000 Automobile votes with ev ery $1.00 due bill, good in making any purchase at the Journal Book Store, Welsh Printing Company or Greer Bros. Jewelry. Rheumatism Follows Exposure. In the rain all day is generally fol lowed by painful twinges of rheuma tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment will give you quick relief and prevent the twinges from becoming torture. It quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore and aching joints. For sore, stlff, exhausted muscles that ache and throb from overwork, Sloan's Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains and other minor injuries to children are quickly soothed by Sloan's Jini ment. Get a bottle today at your r druggist, 25e. OPEAT MIU ý/. t34ýýI, lQU . AW`OAIjUAL g A L1 L i TP4 29T of AMA( '·s A E ROUifSM ` `ýy+ l . s r Y`Sh .4. A CLASS REUNION. K The Junior Ci: . of 1913 were dc lightfully entert: ,.i at the home of Mrs. E. F. H: :astle on Bedford o street, Saturday . Sept. 9, 1916, from C' 3:30 to 6 p. m. The house was ch:lrmingly decorat- 0 ed in the class colors, old rose and f cream. Several .bhoographs taken n during the year 1913 occupied prom- c inent places in the room. Interesting r and exciting games were played, in- j terspersed by much hearty laughter 1 such as they often partook of in their schcol days. Among them a vocal contest in which Mrs. Nita Romero won the prize. Iced lemonade was served and many interesting toasts were given by mem bers present.S everal pictures were taken of the crowd in the beautiful yard. Delicious refreshments, consisting of ice cream and cake, and harmon izing with the decorations, were serv I ed at 6 o'clock. Those present were Nita Romero, Dora Hardcastle, Bessie Harris, Doris Buckingham, Euphis Neely, Rhoda Robinson, Alice Roberts. Much to the regret of the class, on account of illness, Helen Funk was absent, also Mildred Hargrove, her residence 1 being in Oklahoma. People Read This Newspaper SThat's why it would be profitable for you to advertise in it If you 'want a fob If you 'want to hire somebody If you 'want to sell something If you 'want to buy something If you want to rent your bouse If you want to sell your house If you 'want to sell your farm If you 'want to buy property If there is anything that you 'want the quickest and best 'way to supply that want is by placing an advertisement in this paper The results will surprise and please you kmeemamwIiiR I FAUGIIT LUfIBER CO., Lt Climatic Brand I i House Paint... Wire Fence, Lime, Cement,A Brick and Lumber FULL STOCK ALWAYS ONHnAy, PLEZCL TA1LORSH A. L. HEBERT, Proprietor. .' Up-to-date Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressin Dyeing; Suits Made To Order I-it Guaranteed. Ag!nfr Iberia Sanitary Lauf Basket Leaves Every Wednesday PlhO Work Called for and Delivered. 1W COMMERCIAL HO0 Excellent Table Service Well Appointed Rooms Board by the Day or Week P STransient Trade Solicited IMRS. C. L. TAGGART, P II ýN *,44 44I44444+t4+*4#**4~f ;,» KNOCKING OU'R BENEFACTOR IS POOR METgro We have obse rved on one or occasiotns that young men of th commuity pass unnecessary an4 de rogatory remarks about the qualit of music furnished by our local band for the dances in which they partii. pate. Now, we are willing to con. cede that any young man has a perfect right to choone what dances he will attend, and ;wiich he wiwll not atten but when he goys so far as to publicly express his ºeasons, and especially when these reasons expressed make an unfavorable comparison between Ithe Welsh Band and the only other musical or ganizations which play for dances in this vicinity, we rise to say that they hay gone a step too far 1 and have int considered the cont qences. The citizens 1of this commuiity should and are to the best of their Sknowledge and ability lending every assistance to the permanent organia. tion and ferfection of the band, and its members are giving freely of their , time, talent and money. Their get. h erosity in playing for the public ai It charitable affairs is appreciated, W so are their Saturday night cone e and we doubt not that some of t principal knorck'rs in this case Woul use no hesitar:y in asking the bra to play free gratis for one of t pet affairs, should occasion arise. Whatever you do, boys, don't try to kick the props from under ow prided musical organization. -Enter in the Autom(bile Cok now and enjoy the advantage of a early start. Ask to have it explain to you. Feed Out Your Hogs 6 Weeks Esk In every lot of hogs feed two a three weeks quickly and actually ~ less than others. If all would fitr like these, the entire drove wol h ready of the market six weeks cair and to save six weeks feed is anti that you fully understand. The hog that fattens easily a be in prime physical condition. ' B. A. Thomas Hog Powder is a i ditioner for hogs. It keeps ti system clean and heatlhy and eilh them to fatten quickly without f ing a prey to the usual diseslni hogs. The B. A. Thomas lo 1I1 der is not stock food. It's eta medicine, and we took the agmV cause it enables you to feed out.i hogs much earlier.--Welsh W1 house Co.