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Do you realize th:it the l'r er I om 'a, J ntton cloung livin inanufactlur :n ,dit.trie; for five days, and ('te:l in ,a f!ire s Monday ior the remuii:l. r( (,t ti'e xinter his a direct beat i, upon the c(nio1'rt am! sa ely Of yuIt:r ion or hirotiu r or nephevw at the fruit'.' We'!l. ,chii i, the Ldae. lTh recent ldlziard thrtltt the coi;n1 try ll1 p l.alyzied tr,;li: of all kiti . Tnou-,ti d (o Car oitiio l lor the Ateh'! li , p orit , laiied \witi coal and i!'('. it (ith:d t)odol [tuil< we e, tr1 .enll Il i.1. hol-I-' d ! l,,ckd (,on tie, ,hi s. .l , resu, lt the trf.l ;s t(l ;d l to l li( (', >hitp t o l Ot not i av pl'1 It coal in their fbul.ti ; . It 1 m . t ntt t.i ,u r r) . in ,',an t' v.t1 C l tk ly to b : the !al k (, i >, e nlllulti !let'it(| tuli • i ment or 1(.d -uipli:.. But b. putt,..: o iur .'iv to) , it I it i ts o , iveu:'r! ' , are t le to help Iwi: v 1 ,t- u(;Iult',!1 ; lrtey t hi i t a .nltll p ,r;c( to pt, :,l the imtlnl -e bet eitc s tlt't t xh i wi l '; At - L. S. i.. Prt',s, lIull. t1l. I Notice To Patrons of Planters Tc,- t phone. r \v e tL;/. that thlit atronus of the ! t!l, ho : i ' 'xci 1: g 'a..PL `. 'vice .I t ll -I '.!":l'.. tI i- he: t LI., t' . C' to it.t thol, seej l'ivbý I 1:.11::t .-i " bett r i -;i , ' t ll .i l' . 1 '.,1 t : , costs'!;.; an 'll en ,or : , -),[ )n1' 1I1 m "'n . 1 There ar,, (ov tr t h , hn)!ln el , " . tr(a . u. w t,, I :' fty ,r sCr, , in I'.'llde''ed, sV t hi"tp nti v t , isti ll ; etI II ll't ot , mIi '.l Uli , ' o .t ll!.i;t ; tt i ' t (( 0\ ' i :,e,' t, fi al t i ll t ., mt's' , - : i t' t[I"01 to ; .y Id t' i i , :01. oft ,iJ S l ,it' ! ) A' t ot L t ,, - l' 'it ot as. Plnte,'rs Tt"pt.-h(n:e C ), Ilnl t. Ily ,Jo n \V. A m', : b1-? . :,, 1")'(.... ti Goldsmith & Smith Dissolve Part-c nership. .1 Th: it r;) n1 .h h i a, xi , ,tt':l L, t[lwan S (ot(l.,d tith .1n1( R. SInith is t day diaoly d by mutual consent. 'I , tVo st,)ret will b' operateI as her,'tu- 11 tore, the O:m y difrle;':r'Lw l in ill t'"e tittl 01 th'e fir1n;. :;. (i,lsm ith " 11 rontinue t,) o!,,'rate th, e.ta.li hlime.it (;lpposte th- :, nk ant ;. Smi b will ,. loun(l at his old stand as h,.retutore. ) Buy Your Seed Rice x Thiough the Association 4 It is ojur 1)1rilose to ,et (exatly what yt. u are Iooking; for. liesides the A.\S S S()('lAITION hi rnishes a grader to see 1I that you get nothil,.g but selectedt seed. \`'e iilk 11 o (-11 .,,a, for our servIces, as g we feel that it is a duty that we owe toc the patrolns of the office to render suchi S servic'es as may mIe('et with your 'reqtuire S We have for sale at present a very 'A limited amount of EARLY PROLIFIC; the very choicest BLUE ROSE in any quantity; about 400o sacks EDITH; any amount of LOUISIANA PEARL; 325 sacks of WATERI JAPAN. \V We would advise that you place your order with us at the very earliest possible moment as the 'A price on all varieties of seed is going to advance. Prices Furnished on Application SSouthern Rice Growers Ass'n. I Welsh, Louisiana C r ce i jiesti Al! Groceries The Best " Groceries 3 To-day 'a To-morrow x Ever)'Da WELSH GROCERY, PHONE 70 9 Money to Loan on Farm Lands Terms one to ten years Interest eight per cent Inquiries solicited All loans conisummated wvithout delay Houssiere & Latreille W. E. Gorham, Atty. Jennings, La. Jennings, La, Smith & Carnouohe, Attys., Broussard & S:amson, Crowley, La. Abbeville, La. RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. I ? Devoted To The Interests of The, tX Welsh Chapter. gM S,. E. . F,':AVGi1' LDiT ; i). XsX . E. Fauit has been ap ,intd iity , :iman. If th U:itt, w'ill l:Ceeii h,' !os'te I a;. to the work of their lcp:lrtlnents andi units,she will hle gad to give th1,e reports to the IRiie Belt Jour nal for Publication. 'l'hc chairman of the Christmas n:membership drive has one hun .,J <l nw ::~iembers to) aldd to the At the .Januatry meeting of the ted C(ross chapter, it was decided to hold the urxgul:'r monthly me:et ings the se on:] Iri ;ay afternoons oi' each month inl the rele:ption ',tON of the R.. ( hea lbuarters. Bar1;ci'A-,, S, , of which \irs. E. Hi. lo:ing i.s president is to move their Vwor.iking fluartersl to the back rooms of the R. C. h d clquart ,ers, where their work cý,n be kept entirely to itself, therelby sauitary rtgul!ations can 9-, more easily conformed to. Mesdames Kate I )ay, E. C. Wil lard and 0. C. Yantis were ap pointed to clean the rooms and put them in readiness for the bandage work. This they did with a right good \\ill alld are to be commended for their splendid work. Mr. 0. C. Yantis has our most hearty thanks for the excellent W W, W "4 W W w - .. .. work, putting in shelves for the b)anltg rooms. The commercial representative of the Texas Company, presenmte I the Re. Cross chapter with oic dozen cans of ''Texaco." It is on sale at 4)) cents per can at the Red Cross headinuarters. Try a can of it. The Wednesday afternoon sew ing class of which Mrs. Carroll is chairman, had six members pres ent last \\ednedahy and made 9 suits. They were there from 11 a. m. to late in the afternoon. They are most cheerful over their labors and have a fine class in spirits. Mr. C. E. Carr treated them to sandw'ihes, coffee and candy last \\ednesday. They are looking; for more such visitors. Mrs. 0. C. Yantis donated poi' tiers to the sewing room. They give a very homelike appearance to the room. The chairman of the cutting department Mrs. Rena Cooper re p )rts that there is to be a change in the making of sonimec of the gar ments, until type written instruc tiins are given the classes, con tinue the work as before. Mr. John Miller has kindly con sented to send all shipping car toons and wood boxes suitable for shipping purposes up the Red Cross headquarters. Will not the other business men do the same? Is Welsh Less Patriotic? Fuel Administrator Garfield's conser vation order was strictly observld by the W'holesale and Retail food mier. chants thruout the country last Mon clay. Only thoselvho were specifically ex' emnpted had heat in their offices or buildings. It is to be regretted, however, that a number of our business houses saw fit to ob :rve only the letter of the oitler anld n,t the spirit thereof. MIr. J. G. O'Kelley, State Fuei Admin Istrator, re(quests for the remaining eight Mondays that aii lines of business co operate to the fullest extent. Last Monday New Orleans and many other Southern cities had practically a nusiness-less day. Not only were the retail and wholesale stores closed, but o!nccC, cigar stands, barber shops, con tlectioneries anti soda fountains were shut up tight. In some cities the Local Merchants. As'sociation took formal action and co!:s:ed every store in town; in others the dlifcrent lines closed by agreement. In all cases the response was from pa. triotic motives to co-operate, to not take advantage of the other fellow who was compelled to close, to cunserve heat, light, and help solve the freight congestion, and to ,show their willing. ne- s by this small s,;:crfice, to back up I:; te.t fullest texten It :v ry [(fo tot oi l, Ia;ia ,aI am ,t l , ti ,"t,', i11 wý IlinITng t.lle Oli fit .I M ) tc.y .c ,t .-;ini on you l I)1 IIEL.Pi IN iii \ AR Vf? A. I CL(O:D Ti D Y." eVi' trust that It we.ik we llmay have the pleasurte ti ntil'yin; Mr. Juln G. O)'[eiley, Stae Fuel A\dminis. tiat,)r, that he pier p ,L' p \ Ve Ih i.: an. s i'et to their re llue- . have, aits on all tot mner occasions, done even more than was asked ot them. (bigned) D. C. Ritchie, Committeeman of Jell Davis Palish. W1. P. Conover, Chairman of Committee of Southwest La. District. E. H. Holing, Assistant Deputy Committeeman. MAKING MEATLESS DAYS PERMANENT. In the meatless menu there Is a fer tile field for .deVeloping new and nour ishing dhshes, according to E. H. Nile,, writing in the Hotel Gazette, who be lieves that the present shortage of meat and fats will not end with the comning of peace, but may grow m,,re acute and continue for five or six years, thus making it worth while to dtcvelop imenus of glr;in.ll, vegetables mcd fishl n a more or less lermanent cbasis. Mleat can be replaced by cereals ;ntd other protein foods. or may be .served l very small portlons as a fla vrillng for other food. In making up rmeatless melnus this author finds our American C'reicole aml southern cuisine a broad field for Investigation. A PLANE CASE. I was a plougin in Mister Johnson's fiel, Gittin de groun ready fer a mighty big yiel, Cotton gwine to brung a big price next fall, I hearn dey gwine ter shoot it as a big r" gun ball. I hearn a sound oh poppin and I aint n. knowed whar, • 1 look to de west, and I sen it warnt cf thar. , Twant no thunder fer de day war fair By my Lord amighty I looked in de air. It An a catflih was a comln wid his fins sprung wide, And his mout was a whirlin fum de sound inside, Hie was skeetin thu de air when a fish g ought to swim, An God knows I nebber seed a fish lak him. aI aint drunk nothin since my soul was set free, Fer to cause me to see things dat aint dar to see, e An de thing kept a comin wid its insides ( a hummin, s. Wid a plunkety plunkety, plunk, like a partridge a drummin. t. I aint stopped to tell nobody good by, a And de reason v by I runned was I it couldent, fly, 0 A rabbit started up in de path dlat 1 e· went, t But I let him behind ter de catfish gent. 1 An 1 loss one shoe and my hat on de way, t! But I kelt enGugh bref fer to run at:d tu ' Nilfper dun tole me down at doe :totre. 'i.as somei kind ob waraplane uiil.J ii ; dat roar. , Say d~ey gv ine to dh'ap right do,;i l'aut An put dle geirtns right in d(e Genrllans ii But when ebber' dat thing comes a n wh:w.in thu doe air. You can look fer de mule, but de nigger aint dere. S-W. Lomax Childress, Roanoke, La, CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. These Tablets ae intended especially 1. for disorders of the s;omach. liver and bowels, If you are troubled with heart. b'irn, indigestion or constipation they will do you good. to serve you with gocd printing. No matter what the nature of the job may be we are ready to do it t a price that will be Satisfactory -C ;:ilNKS WE ARE A !UVE BUOCH lowa Man Passes a -ouquet To The Welsh People. !n a lett'..r to tille Jour l, M r. ,] [. \,r Slyke, of N.htchei;lville, lo :', , n ..d time ' iei.t o, this sectiunl. ,i'h att,.ntio n to thie Iproi' rei s of this se, .,': li Louisianai, andll exl ai :.s the Irt .l fr' tihat l '("ogre:S in a vcl'y t - l i. a`d,, i vo \\welds in fact: "Lle !unti:." \i .:t:st that t t the tid (o! anothl r ,.'. l e ILn: athI I . rh . \an li ke .tl: nad ,l ,c;.:s:cnt L(io te "mI!tore' II '.)R .s ' uiia "l,;Icg r live bunch." V'e aqpprici''Ie F: stuhscriptii)on1 to the .ih,arhal VU'y ia h, but the cheerir';: word-, \ ' : i, < .lte very nalltl ialot 0. i le., tter lo;l v.-: Mlit'hellvilie Iowa, Jan. 24, 191t. i, e Ielt Jouirlal, W\elsh, La. (Gentlemen: Am enclosing Chicago exchange for $2, in payment fr' 1.:zt year's paper anhl _xtentlio fo' alhlltner yea'. Amn glad to note the progress ot \H elsh and vtcinity. Tha1t sure is a live iu::ch do(xn ihth'e and plainly every t iaut is o;; the in ve. \\ith best wishes: tor 3 (ti out:.wled prospet'ity, l remain, J. II. Van Slyhe. ' 2!npensatioln Insurance W. Ii. Colbert, ;lgr. Phone 06-- Night go. Charles E. Carr Notary Public Welsh, Ia. INSURANCE iire Life Accident \Vorktien's ('o'lliensation Real Estate and Rentals Your Business Appreciated l'Ilones: Office 21, !Rej '.g o8 BIG SUPPLY OF 8 ii Mules, Horses and Mares O 4, o ALL GOOD YOUNG STOCK o Some Extra Good Single Drivers and Saddle Horses o 0 0 MULLEN BROTHERS O The Old Reliable Mule Men Welsh, La. 0 cE*o ooooooo1oco140oooexxxcxxooxxcxcoxo 8 8 8 ....The.... 8 80 JHuber Light Four 18. f IU 12=24 h. p. Tractor If you are in the market for a tractor 8 don't fail to investigate this tractor 8 - 8 5 Ii is Designed and Bujt Especially 8 8 for Work on the Rice Farm 8 8 8 General Sales Agent for Louisiana Agt. Jefferson Davis and Calca sieu Parishes. Phone 152 8 S,,10000 0 O0000000 OOOO 8 O(flt" Our Phone Number 8 "r, 5 It wsi!l help yoru wonderfully in; ' solvingii the daiJy f.Aod problem We have LVkYi] N(i to c:;t and we also havLe t. i SIt'; thei e,;i.s s ',er ii tw 1 director'v to rtm'embcr ,'. SLE. F. Kimball, Proprietor The in.ome tax lavs ma.e it imsperatve that you keep your accounts in such a manner that you can rend -r a statement to "I'n :. Sam" in detail of you reic rits an(l 'i bur.ements. In order to do this it will be necessary fo y 'u to keep a molerate s:t of books. Better come in at once andl let us fit you ulp; We have all manner of bookkeeping and a.. count keeping applian:es in stock and vwil be pleased to serve you. Journal Book Store Phone 222 Welsh, La. ~~**** -ilemA~ II' is. 9.. ..C- C - Ir a