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FEBRUARY 19, 20 AND 21 SLTE PcRSONAL ME TiOii L --- -- -*- Charles Ryder has purca:ed a fi ce Saxon automobile. On Sun day Mr. and Irs. Ryder, AIr. :m Mrs. A. WV. Wolters and daugý'htcr motored to Jennings in the car and report an enjoyabic trip. Tomorrow, Saturday, is the la:;t day. Come in and let our expert take your measure for a nev seasonable suit. Mlartins'. It The police .jury met in Jennln n yesterday in ssision continu3:l friom last Thurs:lay, when court procidings interfered with the coniu.t of t'real :tr routin: bu ;i ness. A Bargain W e are offering the Duophone Demonstrator at a Sacrifice COME I AND HEAR IT To those who have been waiting for a Phono graph that would sound "as sweet as bright Apollo's Lute" the Duophone is a revelation. It is beautiful in construction, maivellous in reproduction; tone control without adjusting needle; plays any make of disc record--Victor, Columbia, [Edison,] Pathe and other makes; combines :quality and utility with a moderate price Machine and about 25 records , at a big sacrifice GREER IBIOS. JEWELERS :. : WELSH, LA, SiI WHEN Better Oil Tractors Are Built THEIR NAME WILL BE "WATERLOO BOY" The only Small Kerosene Burning Tractor that. has MADE GOOD UNDER ALL CONDITIONS We have stock on hand for immediate delivery Fur SaJ in Jeffersao Dvis and Glcasieu Parishes.by Te*ephone . M. & Ve i e8, Loisian. ,sý-x _- ýS .. -';_ , ^ . - _ - .o 5.".` ::k ` , ',,yýýýý M ý Mrs. E. Bourgeois left Thurs day morning on No. 6 for her home in HIouma, after an extend ed: visit with her dau?:hters, Mes damns O.J.Toups and Gus Deinoit. Madison Langley v:as a passen ger to Lake Charles Thursday ,.horning on the Oriole. The teachers and faculty of the Welsh high school were all in Jennings yesterday and today at tt nding the regular parish teach ers institute. Don't forget the entertainment at the Auditorium Monday night, Feb. 18. The pupils of the school wiil tell the story of the Red Cross. Patriotic songs and drills and musical numbers. All free. Rev. J. P. Ferret was in Rayne Wednesday,' going over to attend the illustrated lecture of the Rev. Father Souris, chaplain in the T French army. The gentleman th spent two years in the trenches is and was wounded three times u£ Swhile ministering to the soldier n( 'boys. ce At the Auditorium Monday 9 night, Feb. 18, the pupils of the t high school will tell the story of in the Red Cross. The entertain- tt ment is free and all are urged to attend. Begins at 7:30. tl al Word was received here this o week of the death of Mrs. John a McDavitt on Sunday, Jan. 27, at her home at Marrimac, Okla. Mr. h and Mrs.McDavitt were residents b of Jeff Davis parish for a number b of years and left here some two v years ago. She is the mother of v Adams Mathews ind the new's of her death will be received with t much regret by her many friends c here. J. B.Van Slyke of Mitchellville, Iowa,arrived Wednesday and will I spend about a week here on busi ness. Mr. Van Slyke makes oc casional visits to Welsh, his last being about two years ago. The Journal acknowledges a pleasaut call. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Goodreau of Jennings came over on No. 5 Wednesday for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Goodreau. Cotton Seed For Sale. 1,000 pounds of Hastings Bank Account cotton seed at $7.00 per hundred pounds. Apply to L. M. Harris, box 253, Welsh. febl5tf A. L. Hebert returned today from a several days business trip to Lafayette, New Iberia and Franklin. returnmng today. A HiT' 10 1i H AcI'D. It people past sixty years ot age coulO oe persuaued to gu to bed as bolo as they take cold and remain in bed for one or two days, they would recover much more quickly, especially if they take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There would also be less danger of the cold being followed by any of the more Sserious diseases. School Teachers. 1 The appropriation for this year is not A sufficient to support all the schools in F Texas for the whole school year, and the situation is so unsettled that there S is no assurance of adequate support for q next year, or the following year. I teachers' salaries, on the whole, have not been raised, while the increasing cost of food and necessities makes rmuch greater demands on slender incomes than heretofore. The problem of the summer vacation is becoming alarm. 1 ingly acute with a large number of teachers. ] Many teachers are seeking relief from the uncertainty of future Employment and support by transferring to the field of Civil Service,where tle pay is prompt and sure and the salary is drawn the > ear round, with good opportunities for advancement. Others seek the broader world of business, with the am. bilion to rise above the salary basis basis to reach a comfortable income with the prospect of attaining the wealth which commercial success ul. timately brings. The door which offers admission to these new fields in the commercial edu cation. Once equiplped with this knowl. ki edge, the teacher has the way always 01 open to either class of employment. He T or she has the option of continuing the teaching, or entering the employ of the government, or seeking cpportlunities in f1 business. The Tyler Commercial Col- tj lege has many graduates who have e t directly into government emptoy at ? Washington and elsewhere. Others t have left commercial positions of son.e standing to offer their services to Uncle g Sam in Civil Service dbrk. A reeson f able number of these are employed lo. 5 cally with the boards working in every t county and district thruout this coru . try. Civil Service examinations are J held every Tuesday in practically every city in the United States. A step which will meau your advancement and at the k same help your country in this time of , need ought to be taken without delay. Mail us your name and address on the blank form below for free catalog. Name ......-----..----------- ------ Address........----- ---------------- Tyler Commercial College,Tyler, Texas. dFOR SALE. Thorobred Rhode Island ý Reds, cockrels and pul lets; northern stock. E. B. McMillin, or Welsh Produce Co. feb8tf lia CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. as These Tablets ae intended especially or for disorders of the stomach. liver and er bowels, If you are troubled with heart. ev burn, indigestion or constipation they ly. will do you good. he ire ABOUT CONSTIPATION. Certain articles of diet tend to check "movements of the bowels. The most common of these are cheese, tea and b:iled milk. On the other hand raw fruits, especially apples and bananas, also graham bread and whole wheat bread promote a movement of the bowels. When the bowels are badly constipated, however, the sure way is to take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately after supper. Taken Up. One small, brown horse about ten or twelve years o.d, branded thus " on left thigh,whlch came hire about three months ago. feb8-4tp Frank Washington, colored. IE YOU HAVE A COLD. It is when you have a eerev'e cold that you appreciate, the go;od qualities of Chamoerkrin's Cough ietr.ecdy. Mrs. Frank Crocker, Panu. ll., writes: "Our five.year-o!d son Paul caught a severe c'li list winter that sett'ed cn his lungs and he )had terrible coughing spells. We were greatly worried about him as the medicine we gave him did not help him in the least. A neighbor spoke so highly of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that I got a bottle. of it The first dose benefitted him so much thet I continued giving It.t him=ntil he was cured." DON'T FORGET neat aidd attractive When Is The War Gcing To End? Absolute knowledge have I none, But my aunt's washerwoman's son Heard a policeman on his beat, Say to a laborer on the street That he had a letter just last week Written in the finest Greek From a Chinese coolie in Timbucktoo Who said the niggers in Cuba knew Of a colored man in a Texas town, Who got it straight from a circus clown That a man in Klondi le heard the news From a gang of South American Jews About somebody in Borneo Who heard of a man who claimed to know Of a swell society dame Whose mother-in-law will undertake To prove that her seventh husband's sister's niece Has stated in a printed piece That she has a son who has a friend Who knows when the war is goind to end. -Central Life Messenger. -.......-- ,- - -' . . C. P. Simms of Adaline, corn DB king of Louisiana, was in Welsh on business Wednesday and Thursday. William Lena of Crowley, con nected with the State Conserva tion agency and just recently A elected city marshal of Crowley, was here on business Thursday. Miss C. Curry, an expert steno grapher of Lake Charles arrived Monday and has taken charge of the office work for the Planters Telephone company and Hon. :lJohn T. Hood. NOTICE. To the Subscribers of The Planters Telephone Company, Inc.: Owing to the installing of new cables, switch boards, etc., it is necessary to issue a new directory, and many of the numbers will necessarily be changed. Several parties are owing bills, a few of several months standing. We have decided that the name of no subscriber i who is delinquent will be placed on the new directory, nor will the telephones be connected. To avoid complications, all delin. I qaents will please settle at once. Parties desiring telephones will please file their requests also, that their names may be placed on the new direc. tory. Y PLANTERS TELEPHONE CO. I14C. Per John H. Cooper, Manager. k FOR SALE. SMy home in Welsh. s, Four big lots. House well t finished. Large b a r n,l ly deep well, own private s water works. Property ISwell improved. Ter ms reasonable. Would trade for country property. Call, phone or write R. r Ml. Gray. feb8tf 4****+4*+++0+i++++*4c***t i I 4UY ur Hides Furs Iron S Brass Rubber iut : lid Sacks 'he . S;lRMITH tI I+++++*++++++++ '++++ We Are Always Ready to serve you with good printing. No matter what the nature of the job may be weare ready to do it at a price :that wivil be Stockton Well Seal For All Irrigation Wells r Does away with long suction pipe a and gives a higher efficiency Iaclude this Seal in the Specifications of Year Well -MFG. BY y Armstrong Mch. & Well Works Welsb, La. SOULE BUSINaESS COLLEGE, qEw ORLEAuS YOUR ip ihest Grade and Most Practical CIuroes in Business, in Sl;ortihaid and In English. BeTst Equipments. Un equaled Facilities. Complcte (Coilege Efank. Only School with Actual -to,' SH/."Do EDUC4 SUAW.TH/iv£ i and Actual dIoney. in whichl stuic.nt8 ke-lep the hooks trd ibalance caslh. C Special accommodantons for ladies. 'rsonal instruc!inn. No misrepreseitttl iin :, secure n'aronaeP. GrCnh,its in re,ral demand ''rtlugl their sulperihr training. GOIO BO -LE P SONS. Tew Or1tans. La. 0oooooooooo00o oooooooQo00 oo .o 8Why YOU-Should Attend 8Spencer Business College 8 8 8 :8 Because men now travel on wings, talk by lightning, 0 annihilate both time and space, by means of the telephone, and require 100 per cent efficiency in their employes. Because a thorough business education, with shorthand and typewriting, gives the greatest guarantee of success. You must make a LIVING whether you want to or not. The right kind of a business education gives the surest means of acquiring the former, and the easiest way to make the latter. Because its faculty greets its audience each morning with interest so vital, purposes so useful, originality so varied, ideas so new, fresh and bountiful that each day's work is a performance possible only to such co-operative forces. Because the methods employed in both the COMMER CIAL AND SHORTHAND departments are simple, easy, fascinating, and the time required to master them is about one-half the time it takes to half-way master the old systenms. Because we conduct a FREE EMPLOYMENT depart ment and have an experienced man to devote his time to that work alone. Spencer Business College 8 St. Charles and Common Sts., New Orleans o c o c~0 e~cj0oooooooooo00 FAUGiHT LUM1BER CO., Ltd. i Climatic Brand House Paint... Wire Fence, Lime, Cement, Brick and Lumber F ULL STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND Draying, hauling, Team Work Heavy flachinery- toving and House Moving WOOD, COAL and.HAY .gý1t 885 ý; - Welsh, La. ;f".0 64 ýF 1y~y,.lý1T Presbyterian Church. Sun(day schnrl every ýln' tI i .t 10 a. n. Zim T"Add, superint! ..:a:t Divirne Fervice,; on t,,e i - . ::: , and foaurth Friday (imh, a t. n He third Sunday nights at 7:30, J. F, Mc'1K fi. i ,,tor. ý ANSW RTi S Qj S' ION F R AND SQCJARE VE think that tho iu.s tion that the Sjiix couldn't answer w a s, "WHhat shall we have for dinner?" You'll be able to answer this question at any time to your complete satisfaction if you'll pay a visit to this food shop and when you become ac quainted with our excel lent line of groceries you will phone your ordcr in. Model Grocery P. 11, Goodreau, Prop. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIU(NS, as tley cannot reach the s':at of th. diseas". Catarrh is a local disease. ra.utiy in. fluel,ced by constitutionai conditions, and in order to cure it you m :)t take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cire is taken internally and a"ts thrt' the blood on the mucous surfaces et the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best phyicians isn this country for years. It is cem posed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingreitents in Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. S F. J. CHENBY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. 11 Druggists, To. all's Family Pills for constipation.