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,- - - ----"- . I .. V. i PA. .SH, LOTU1.IANA, I. I. h11 ' " 1 I , 19 . UMBEýR 2.0 NOT OUi, r i . . ,, for lack I I its colun l (' i . do s it r . . a to iii , !, but the vl'- i i .:'c is Ilorl hi lli the olfce ''. i. , ::I I-,-r - ;!,ntlv , thrir ,, . fore we ask t!i:' 1 ul 'pathv o0 otr readers, :a,' n.,.. quent sub ,I . . turn the > I from ou01 (I', Thedr,: , ' , "- d i, ,;r; ,' (' ie ita ndu h lv i,., .. . ,.l 1 a ..u, tt ue - I lief in h i i ' I il' v:l', it t 'ep as it <, I E " in transit, .. . : worthle . ; We tell ;. that the news ti: . , e. - f(; lite '. . Il .st lllt i ' S' ! '' i tel;, I for pub 'ii , . ;:.I andl the t, t' - t !' ",;'!] be denid . ,: : t i :, .. is enough : . I 11:1 ,. ! '. : -- I.11 !.1;E '-. t'T. Times-R .. ' : , Welsh m-' ' \ -VI h ! . Uit .,"t urday, Octoir 21, at 3:30 p. mi." After th . " _th, J(r'ninl..: boys may : e : t , UH Hate anti !, ,I _b Two Stoves In One No need for that heater and old fashioned cook stove. You can cook, bake and heat, all with one fire, by using COLEs -, Patented High Oven Range It saves fuel; it saves labor; it saves time. Reduce Living Cost I Breakfast prepared with fuel put in stove the even Why buy extra coal aind ing before. have all tlc c- ra trot, tl Think of the time, labor of tendir t', o stfoves when and money your can save oneCole's itghOven Range by placing this modern will heat your home and range in your home. cook your meals with one A heavy built range of fire, giving better results large cooking, baking and than the two old stoves heating £capaeity.that occu put together, and with pies small floor space. less than half the coal bills Make oonm for it in your to pay? home. See the name "Cole's" on the men door-. none genuine without it. liller Hardware . ..& Furniture Co. Welsh, La. - .: NEXT WEEK i Wednesday, Oct. 25..;; - wallace Hopper and Frank Sheridan ..........i.., xn...... $he Perils . Di..voe" in_5day, Oct. 2... ... ET_ .CL IAYTON and WELSH CI'C II (EACUE. T h , : ' ; u e m gt .: t t h e h o n <, , , f : I . :, s w' ith eight .mn'm ~,er s ,:, a Its idre <nt. ·' <-h t -. u t o f t h :en '!-U p ( 'vk r itt'se I ' I n jt lots have lhen lkept clen :H ,, Ni" toIr o h city cri ill In in. ,l iee th.a a rt 1 i t, h c hane hl e a 'tn Vi-it '. ri1'v CO/t e ýt.a" the a, ts., hetr"t ' !eon.: the · alk ito. ('l o r ton i 'e t . t th .,ptnse of Ia ihe ow io '1i on met the cmity cUnit will -cee that . ',rk is ii,, ,+ a l, ,'m th t pr'o', ". , i ?· , i t h' e e ltri l, lot t ul ,. p en' c., e.e i he town. ' l'an..i tw,'\ -os at the espeno e of the own l l o. ; - of ova m ; a ; ',cemetery omnmitte t ,c t-o ýt .t !l. .. ae ived h , ,' lot ih -.. i l. The ' einetht v 'was thorlloul f c.' ed hetore the wormk Was : y t eatr. it' puit 1 hay .7,50 it r v i a': t h e - c h ,(1 (, t :: ,- . ',I Pr tI .' • t i !1d1 n secon(dll that i th (' im .P o :v . :: ent land tal or',, mt:y '0,Ihli( t . tr a 'i:t Pint y in intere-tinfg the scholi childrenl in flower culture. Aidj.;rt'red to in meet with Mrs, Cha, :-iex.v< t N;ovembr ;:. -, r<,s Com;mittee.i ii '*1 " t ' , .. ý a 0: a. .. : l u il · ed at .. found _o' know' ,,, a t failure. 'TI'DE IS . th -.; :., ;-. : . :, :.,,:. .T .\.V i;1 :la e C. :l- lo aici, e. : mocratich "[ (u'n c. . ::e to , c i~" e ,: i, . oi t m i ',ubt as to thii . t,1' ý i e N c-I on," saIid " 1 : .. : mick. "!dle \ -.: . n . : .i The f.-mocrats in e:, fron which -received xc,0 . .i L- i mill .:,Cn i' th ;,it 1 wa Atai,.-,nt a... :. - " ..-T o .tinct e.rthqu v hool ":: i some in 'kn ck d Ci: m n~,sl ,. n, , re f'ilt iý , (i , . 1 ,1-. aiithroueh Cor Ia no! c r: lbm Hi t - i.' ti , . ' )Ct::ut: f ul story nn : i eol tery scene. (GEORG1IA, .\.lj;..MA.1 AS,,) Atlr ta. '0. t. 9.-Two distinct esrthqua'.. shod: thr.t_ i'i some in 1 yestierday ai ornoon a F im all points !amnnge agn w e nl lidible ex cept aroudn Hi:lI .. n?: and Mont omnrery, sh :ee 1; ar2d to con Air4 of dam tie to e :Lr.neys. The dill aiP:.a ' A Al :aes. The apf;L. ? -'tf in , of..1 ' m Layne& Howler (-'. h:s heen greatly improved l.y the wiln ow :ins painted this week Iby Mr. ( t-'. tcnnk trom Jennings. Not oiis. do the :igns ad verti e tih luctit 11 of the oflf1e but they also'cl. ert el tie' :,eis on whlich the bud"iteshs is com d. Upon this basis the comhuiiy .ir. '. to be thi largest in it' lne in tt.e 't ,rhl. Mr. S. o ;,.. .. :t'l 'hTi is:iv in L;k.i' i . t:' - . phants. Mr. Sc,'I ; '-' ,t lT d; y of this wºeek in i. ii' : ,ver ite wfeli ,ituation with Mr. F;,nvur, manangerl of the Crowley Ib , rh. Mr. Flower reports busine s a'", hav.ng closedi four nice cotr:cis I' ,. including a well for the city wat-'r <'p,!y. Word from hb, John Newhy states r that hle has finally cm'np!etd the con tract at Pensai,,a and is ready to move to Tlnh::svi,, Ala., where he widll t.il anolitr w nd. Cline Bros. Purchase More Cattle Last week the C!ine lirothers pur- r chased from Mr And eu:;pn, neihr Elton, forty head of youi: cattle, all beifers and cows. Tuesday W,:lie Day and s Mr. Louviere went to lilton returningl with the herd Wednesday. This fine t lot of yonig cattle is a substantial ad dition to the Cline Bros growing herds. These men are practical farm F ers, of the type upon whios succeessi lul operations the country depends, The success or failure of the town farmer has nothing to do with the merits of our country. Their Interest Aroused. SOtto C. Lightnei, n:anager of the Rice Journal and of the Crowley Sig mal, was in Welsh Wednesday in at tentlance at the meet!ng helittlerein/ the interest of the Davis Manuractur. In. Company, makers of the neW eo tary separator. Crowley intereats ape castitng the covetous eye of-nvy on thls Important prospective indnastry of ears -sad Mr. algbtner' Jereght an dabiest it' ±ion pvmtwad ii. h iiI h . vr r 1nd 'tho . ie interested in itC a ', hi, .t l a a: in: t ' . d ",:e it'' htr'e havaig bein bul I - t for ; whcit thlh:c . It N : hol'tofo:e sucele- y t ij l : 'i'.... thi..; t ime itl s mai' !,rinci 1" ll v to iettrmine what changes ot!i : .; ,cet ,w'ere iiesa to Pt In pehalf of the i.nvento, tr. ,1,.: :oc Da'is, and Meisrs. C.. L. Sayl1c i Sal T. is, who are interested in it ith ate machine fro Eni, O'stan, a .ice ieit Journal, announcej the < I plians ln purposes of the company in brin:in r the machine here at thisre ti t me, the Journal having taken a ' i ,rTCt:, interest in the new ineni,:on ' since the report of its perfection . triy in the season t h t ' TYe machine was operated in tie : rN eina . nd again in t:e c':fning t ho: t tise to gime all who e r:n Sally to determine witha to ob e t ':,vt f s n;isfacto. r to n t re : t in th an:i, t ro: thci " aic aiee Hall tow t I. n *he tle factory tor the Mno'. - itthn othe machie n ifromne hen Ia ' , :' i S. Greer, cussed in dtf ail. .ice heri fuly aplannou:ia th e aan- eC Itaape Wci-h offnrs as a puwat o I lansactre and lipurpotriutio of thee company in . ar.'e:. Welsh is rituated very ari in te ntr of the machine herice elt, this ink the interest ein thuippe ne mw chinenton shs ince the corepontr, with nuerfect on f siiillcd mechanics, and progressive gI inessarly men ith sufficient apital To handl c he pi waosition opraithout out e arin sanc. agiold in their e plnsg f mct w:ih time tup cial, twh fetory 'e ass~enll plant and ity to offices will )e loaited hcre at once. a) The nmahine is an assure op successt Swill eeting in general use throughout in :;e rice belt the coming seasoh. Its iow ;price and light weight are suf. fo Pic-lent recommenda tion and wv ith the UT tahr featu:es which it embodies :,i ':Inte i no d.out of its general use. p A te factory ter the demonstration Satur-ay one of the largest rice planters who e. e'..rates south of Welsh inform e d . ITh. Sayles that with the necessary. ho changes 'chich will be made they let might accept his order for six ma- Ct thines. or In the developmente of the ma-rice belt, chines now in use in the rice beltin- Al ht;icacy after intricacy has been oad tic itd mechanics, and progrmechesnical raessive toite so cmern ith suffiiome an heapital o ht it ckan hare ly be transported overut mhe roads and through the frice I fields, especially during a rainy sea oasemly. As an exand ple of the ease with which r.hine is an assuii'chire is trucances ported, it was hauled through outelsh Saturday evening behind a Ford iar (due apologies to Henry Ford.) Realizing that the old -machines could never be developed atisfactor ily, Mr. Davis spent a iumber of years studying an entirely new sys tem in threshing, using the princi- o pals of centrifugal force, his efforts :ulminating in the perfection of the new machipe which is now on the market. The cost of the machine is only about half the cost of the ordinary separator, is light int construction, only weighing about 3000 pounds, can be operated with the ordinary small m farm tractor, has neither cylinder, concave, teetr, riddles nor cog wheels; and, is desiaed not only 'for the th'reshing machiife iah but f rr:the int' dividual farmer as well. It has pneu mlatic feeder tube which picks ther bundles from the ground; this reduc-e ing the tesiask of feeding materially. It cannot wrap, choke oifltg; even when fed with wet graiu, Id nomaklng th demonstration a 'numlfer of bundles of 1 rice which had been left soaking in ~L tank of water bil day 'vere fed into the niachMine, which' ehoved all of the grain from the start and delivered the grain iato the sack 'thoroughly drinetd. iis i one of the featnures of the machine: wit tedh to tieive' the gean of anyted i w ith tbatrd iin thes farm tr:ac~tor,'i ha nihe clndr cocvt 4,rdlsnr o hes and. s denednot oly'fr th i unior E. . . . , , S ý.e. .. , ,i tl e r : l': " tt t ' , ', . u ' : ' I ho I I t 1' al :'.! a a~;'er percen; . of hoys and t, girt' will complete the year's work d, :ind 'ubmit vrhten ,t'' nt i+. f ', , '. ... 1 '. 1 ! i t . 1 ; , i .. ' . I,:. ' ha e uho foi . e t owed nr instructions in cultivating their crops ~t i ! .... ' " ' b . 'An ,,h the' " WO or rmmow c closed, s A. L. HEBERT SE(UuIS S1ETZ AGENCY 1 arr. A. r. 11*+0 r h nh.e has b:'n c I the ag'ncy fo-' t', " ,L I 'a Jaffe;,n lbtis 1 C'5 ý,:a- eu rae i ', r" I , i,'I " ' t . S . . . ,.. 1' lie (.i . (LI o' :"i f eh , : ..of. CRis;UN . . (ERI!:NA'TiON TESTS T .o! : I,'; (' : ,liitlation ie ports it is foundl ltb it crimson clover sho-, s a I , "' i ::l .1:, ',anle \Va-iyillf - from no ci; n ': 1 o .': per cent germination. lany show ,on average of about 50 per cent; : :'rmination. I Very cxl' s'^I ionly i. :r and do1 no ,er'i':, e. .:ed: r! ' e onl cal' about ... . : ' t on, which i' l re t~) i'r ) e( ` i t C ,' feii to shov, are apt l, havye o1:1 ,r:els mii'ed with themn or perhaps Ithrough carelessness in hatve::ting thir vitality is destroyed. Many 'eel: tlihat do :rcrminate put , forth such a wak : )ot:t th::t it is unable to .ci,y ,,',.hA J to the little plantht, soon dies, ci,,.cequp;ntly no plant is 'pro:uctd iro:. ;lint veed. In purcr h ,:n':. -,d it is ;'well to dle mandl the geiminiative v'alue of the seed. In makoin. this tcst, only seeds ,howing a well developed strong root let are coinited n; viable Thus when the report i, set out, the seedsinan or planter knowi s approximately how many of his seeds will po::luce a plant. Also he can be guided by tihe germina tion report :as to how many pounds per acre \vil ri, rcLuircdl for sowingr purpos~s.--Sce, Laboi.,ory, Experi ment Statioa, L, S. U. •~ . Mr. Farmer: Your harvest hands will do more and better work if they are well fed. If you buy your groceries from ais you can feed them better, and but~self too, at no more cost. -We can show you a saving on your grocery orders that you will appreciate. Logni[on Grocery. See the Cilty Gioceiy 1· ··: ItA7NK ·W N t··u· .Z 11 i t rL i i (': , i .1.ti'Fee:tier . t i , . ' !1 ulO 1e .i -,ct .Notice is hereby ,ive, ;it tti. S cThe st.ry of the Prish of Jiffe~s Sh: d ;ohdic tee that he hirop t I'1, , 1' : . . . . .. "1 ' I ' : t I' \" ' . : .' , . , li, - , \ l. . . er , e f :O ; I ' the " '* ' t, a.:: 'i - ,,'" " lc2v o :'lIh 'l'r~t to ci J '-:s h(':,. i n ,v ffe,.: on te !,: P ad, reachei :e:-e. I .:1, E I' ISE I 1; T I(, i. !F i ' Notice is hereby given thafit th( ::ce Jfury of the Parish of Jefferso, f ''. . I l of 1clIce Jt' ' ,u(..- :' ', " , ::,,' an , seal- rg • l in ,h ;,, " .h i,-d nt of . Thoro i. li . "r.!y h: i'.e l' 'hale. i, i . , " 1 I .l - , n lo thea , l - I 0 ':.lo th ' t which S' ' '.. . . ::Oil n 1l d "st n " . ...le a nt , t".... oulillment " c , .-.' , :1e- .' ,, 1111 all b ' "N T. HOOD,: , ierk of Police J01; . Thoroug'. r c. d "iersey ; lale for sale. '. A. 1Lant, Welsh, La. - s291 E ' Model Frocery8 re are rcceivi>ng every week ) HOME: (IRO\VN SATSUMA 0 ES ' T hey are d(elieious l(nd we sell them eea . New Breakfast Foods t> Received Ti.1& Week S Aunt Jemiaja Pancake ,Flour IPettij, hn Breakfast Food SFerudell Stereli'ed Bran O Quaker Rolled Oats 8 (Quaker Corn Meal 8 ( nQaluer, - 0Iminy Grits 8 iOm1E: MADE PURE CANE SYRUP. 8 PURE fIAPLE SAP SYRUP 8 P. H. COODREAU, : PROP. 8 PHONE 14 00000~ 00000000000 +OOO Special Sale--Tires IF)oR TEN DAYS New Stock Guaranteed for 4,000 Miles '30x3 Non-Skid Casing, $ 9.85 K 30x34 Non-Skid Casing, $12.85 • 30X3 Tubes ........, $ .10 S -3ti3 Tiubes........$ 2. V.~~r &4d~ iE l i [ lTT[E FOR JIF ERSON DAVIS PARISH i'~: ! .\' !ct if. C. Focndien left tL.y foi p,; nt isn outhwest Texas Sq W o" a car of pure bred bulls r _i. 'l-n Davis parih. - Lnials, about i) in numbher p1 vc ati the bed tri;in:; of the ! '. type and will go into herd: I . hi el the work of !'r:ndling up ?illh in i l.' t lP I ;v (' ti b has ll ;, 1i '.'n. l "[hh re :'1 , a gic:it I,,y (dl "? r lh cattle in the parish uhr, herds have 1) an imuproved . -h ;.,ed sir. anl M1r. Fondren tin;: in the belief that Southwest ,ai :ua holds out as much promise 1 lin ;uck development as the fa nou:; Southwest Texas, where he goes ito secur these breeders. The past ,ar hay; seen much improvement in :h w: v of getting rid of cattle tick, better feeding and watering facilities, l.s loss from charbon and other dis c :-e:;, h;ue to better sanitation and care. With the further improvement Sat the use of these high class sires, thy cattlemen will naturally give more IL::tion to these matters, which mneins ultimate success. Plenty of live stock on the farm is he `loi."an of every agricultural writ . Every financial institution sub cribes to this same idea. It is safe "arming. No extra stock is being shipped in his lot-only orders from farmers :ho want some definite type of ani n`l,. Mist of the number are of the !: :t An~us breed, two Red Polled, o II~refords and one Shorthorn. :ht of these bulls will come to" :nnin,., 12 to Welsh and nearby 'int:r, the o'hers go to Lake Arthur, Iton and other points over the parish. --1000 Automobile votes with ev ry ,f1.00 due bill, good in making any 'rchase at the Journal Book Store, Velsh Printing Company or Greer r1os. Jewelry. FI-or hay, Straw, Wood Dry Ash and Oak) for "trpentine Chips, House loving, call Clyde Davis, 'hene 85 27. For Rice Insurance see :. C. 'Willnrd.