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$I And Local Items of Interest Si You Are Not Ashamed of Your Visitors Tell Us $ ' Who They Are-Telephone 222. L. H. Capell and wife, with their nephew, Guy Chambers, and niccc,' Miss Johnie Capell, are i;ere fror, Dublin, Texas, on a visit to Mr. Cupel'~ dauuhter, Mrs. Winm. Chllford and Del family. Wes:;on Cooking Oil in pints, quarts, i;l'1 halfgallons, gallons and bulk-Ben:it hir Grocery, phone 208. " i1, LOST-Automobile crank, between my home and aviation landing July 0 4th. Return to .Ino. W. Armstrong 'J anti receive reward. 1] Mrs. Avery Hebert is here from s Orange, Texas, for a two weeks' visit i with relatives and friends. Services at the Presbyterian churth Sunday, July 7th have been annuled it that the congregation may have an op. i" portunity to attend the special service' ) at the Presbyterian 2hurch in Lake Pr, Charles. Sunday School will be held at mi the usual hour. . i. ELBERTA PEACHES FOR SALE- I s No. 1 in bu $2.00; No. 1 in cr ate $l,O(; i'' f No, 2 in bu $1.25; money with order. "t Reeerence First State Bank. Cook & Iu it Garner. Frankston, Texas. Jul 4p oi 11 Mrs. Chas. Moore is enjoying a visit from her two charming sisters, e A the Misses Ruth and Ethel Welch, who arrived Sunday from their home at Bazonia, Texas. 1. For Life Insurance see W. M. me Colbert, Agent. e" :M1rs . 1T. T. outte. who has been nt j visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. R. of Arceneaux, returned to her home at New Iberia Tuesday. Phone us your order July 1st for pl Alberta Peaches.- L. R. Barbee, phone y' n79. t R. S. Greer was in Baton Rouge n a few (lays this week, attending a ce meeting of the Democratic State w ' Central committee. Belts, Belts, Belts, Belts. A large stock of Belts for pump- n gplants; same belts we have been rlig for the past fifteen years. ices are right.--Armstrong's Ma- d r cne }hcp. rs. H . Eaton and children of angs left yesterday for an extend* nsitat Olewein, Iowa. They were ac. mpanied as far as Welsh by Mr. C. .Sheutlmiaker., who last week derwent an operation at St. Patrick ,itarium, was brought home yester. cy convalescent. Mr. Sheumaker's Miends hope to see him out again soon o1 feeling well. See me for Insurance F. (i. Seward Phone 158 or 96 Jos. H. Price of Lockport, La., editor of the L Leader, was in Welsh resterdaVy purchasing a press and en. ine frofm the Journal. Mr. Price is heartily backed by the sentiments of isflourishing community in an effort tosupply Lockport with an excellent eekly organ of publicity. He has all of the ability and a surplus of person. ality necessary to the attainment of his worthy purlpose, and with the equipment which he is securing, Lock. prt can rest assured that her news. paper needs will be well taken care ol. R'bile here editor Price visited the aiation landing, getting his first close up view of a flying machine. He ex* pressed surprise at the great apparent strides of progress in this section of Louisiana. Farmers Attention! Good feeding shelled corn at $6o.oo per ton-going fast. See us at once. Ilutual Warehouse Co. Mrs. A. R. Arceneaux has as her N guests this week her sisters, Mrs. turr Robert Curtis of Port Arthur and whe Mrs. M. L. Steiber of Houston, Tex. wee Tuesday they attended the wedding hea (of their brother, Mr. Fred Boutte and imp Miss Lucy St. Cermain, which oc curred at Lake Arthur. C sup, Farmers Attention! fast Good feeding shelled corn tem not at $6o.oo per ton; going "ho fast. See us at once, Mutual Warehouse Co. 6(; S. W. i'Lubche, prominent young oth J1 DelRitdler :!ttorn o (re!outed to be .a ur. nei l;!lower of the doctrine of Ilac:ksto;,e was the guest of his herther. IDr. . iV. . lauche and fam- hu' iy, un,. Sat S( re.: Hi e;,niches, Biliousness, Lo:-, of Ap;)tite, or that tired ach ,e feeliia, ldu to Malaria or Colds. lFine Tmic. Il---10t. at Ilenlv I at'our. valued employe of tr'e S.atithrcn l'acitic's Lafayette di- tU vi- io' oftiic, was the guest of his !rothr, l)r. . .]. l(aCout and fam ter Rev. IIoluan heldhi services at the ho: Preshyteti:, church last Sunday 1mornin :, and evening. He antici :lt 0e:- ac\vinO: his family here from de I,afa:.yette a:; :5.on as the manse is be vact.l ed. \Ve.ssii ('ooking Oil in pints, qluart,, half galou;s, gualhms and bulk at Benoit Grocery- ilho' 208. Sp 1C litF WVi :a ,'!, who has been un- M' ,ier'oing treatenient at the Gallager co sanitariumi in Lake Charles was home pr :a few (; vys the first of the week. Mr. ca t'ir(chcll says he is feeling' much im- pr provcd in health and will continue the c;iiropractic treatment for some 6( timn in hopes of complete recovery. J ti. ;hut your milk and butter .;upl.' 2l . M. hlanunil has a few t iod ,,erstie tows left. They are' lo,in;, fast thout'h, so if you contem r platet purchasinig a cow it behooves you to oet busy. ,John (lamble was over from Jen- V e nines Monday evening. He was ac- w a companield home by Mrs. Gamble, h e who ha:1:; been siting at the home of A her parents;. Iri. and Mrs. R. F. SP!rentice, in north Welsh. h Those in need of Belts for any G purpose should see Armstrong; their stock, is complete. A. Hiobiin, heal of the dry goods I Sdepartment in the Martin Bros. store, left Monday night for Chicago and other northern and eastern trade marts to ipurcha:e stocks of merchan dise for the store. Mr. Robin will be absent for about two weeks, vis iting the important trade centers, and will make a careful selection of up to date gooids for the store he represents. Insurance all kinds. Phone 66. aprl2tf Mi:s lEsthter Schlesinger of Marks vine is n uest at the home of her un I cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. Gold smith, this week. [hone us your a.r(hr July 1st for Alberta Peaches.-L. R. Barbee, phone Mrs. Mildred Hargrove, who has been visiting her husband, Dr. Har grove at Camp Travis, returned to Welsh last week. . - H. G. Hayes, wife and baby re- I Con turned Saturday from New Orleans Colbei where they have been the past two l weeks on account of the baby's J. , health, which they report is much improved at the present time. A'ntooi . 666 Ct G. M. Hammil announces that his 6d6 C1 supply of Jersey milch cows is going fast, and advises that those who con- Ion template the purchase of a cow do 1 ('hle not i)rocrastinate. lie has some "honest to goodness" good cows and We is selling them at reasonable prices. est de teel W66 contains no alcohol, arsenic, nor other poisonous drug's. olive J 1--ot. forks, ice te: Messrs. .J. P. Black and Win. Rou- la ]e ton, two of Jennings' most prominent business men were Welsh visitors last latels Saturday. Broth Farmers Atten t i o n- (iood feeding shelled corn v,, at $0o.oo per ton; going , aund fast; see us at once. Mu- 'n,,h tual Warehouse Co. at thi: of her Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ('ullumber are rejoicing over the arrival of a Li ten pound boy who came to their home Saturday morning. gua Fire, Life, Accident and In cars demnity insurance- W. M. Col bert, Agent, Phone 66. ped den Miss Edna Bourgeois, who is at tending the Lake Charles Business he College, came hone Saturday to Lot spend the week end with her mother, Jenni Mrs. Adam Bourque. She was ac- tle l r companied to Welsh by L. Vincent, il e president of the business college, who cause r came over to interview a number cf prospective students. e purp< e 66( Cures by removing the cause. stock J1--10Ot. r See me for Insurance F. G. Seward . Phone 158 or 90 Jeff Montgomery, who hasi been attending school at Norman, Okla- to \ n- Welsh last Friday to spend some tine Ph c- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alhe le, homa the past year, returned to 79 of Montgomery. Wesson Cooking Oil in pints, quarts, No. half gallons, gallons and bulk at Benoit the ny Grocery-phone 208. ciati air Wm. Diedrich left Sunday for Sellersburg, Ind., to pay a visit to AMI (ls his parents and relatives at the old os, home. go Phone us your order July 1st for de Alberta Peaches.-L. R. Barbee, phone T 79. ar rill sion is- Messrs. E. A. Lyon and C. O. to rs, Hundley, prominent Thornwell busi- iner of ness men were Welsh business visit- rati he ors Monday. AbE 666 cures Chills and Fever. tion J1-10Ot. f Miss Lucile Anderson, who has the ks- been engaged in the office of, John Cor n- T. Hood the past few weeks, has ac- rea )d- ceptedl a po;ition with the Jennimr Col branch of the Calcasieu Nationbl vid bank and( returned to Jennings. val Phone us your order July 1st for Alberta Peaches.--L. R. larbee, phone, 70. rMiss Florence Schindler, of Lake C. SCharles, is the guest this week of the St Misses K(ate and Vernie Unkel at Pa their home south of Welsh. Of i For Sale-Unpolished table rice the in 25, 50 and 100 pound lots, de- an livered to you. Phone 287-20 for is. prices. Lantz & Lantz. dec7tfo At the home of G. C. I)unmoit, pro- tri Sprietor of the City Rstaur:nt, they ac are all rejoicing at the coming of a bouncing baby boy, who arrived be- bt t'ween eleven and twelve o'clock Wed- c nesday night. Ri SFor Sale.-One 40 horse power Robinson engine. Enquire of C. A. Lantz, Welsh. La. P o Senator E. M. Stafford delivered the patriotic address in connection Swith the Fourthl of July celebration Kat Jennings yesterday. Senator SStafford is an able and promninent Louisiana statesman. He has been mentioned as a possible candidate in the next gubernatorial campaign. For draying, hauling and team Swork see John White, licensed drayman. Prompt service, rea Ssonable prices.Phonie 61. mar22tf Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Morrill were e Lake Charles visitors Wednesday. C A. L. 1Heert and W. Farrell have opened a ,garage in the Hebert build Sing formerly occupied by the Plezol< Ice Cream parlor. Mr. Farrell will have charge of the business and will I do a general automobile repair bus invess. Cement Blocks.- C. L. SDavis, phone 85, Welsh, La. ii - How's This? SWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hals ~atarrh Medicine has been talken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty five years, and has become known as the • most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hail's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi son from the Blood and healing the diis eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great Improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send or testimonials, free. S,. J'. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, OhIO 4 ll o anU ssist& IC. Compensation Insurance. W.M I Colbert, agent. aprill2tf OwinW : anybd!: J. MI. tuoz returned Tuesday froi othaer a u :I ',uI 2e:;S trlp to Houston and San plycut ;'ton io, Texas. 666 Cures Malarial Fever. J-lo0t. A lion. .John T. Hood was a Lake Men ('h:,rles husinle:s visitor We lnesday. away readi: We have just received the lat- ead.io est designs in P'erm!nent Guaran- more t tce:l Silverware -- nives, forks, some . olive forks, pickle forks, salade will forks, table spoons, tea spoons, up am Empor ice tea spoons, sugar shells, cream pot) ladles, desert spoons, gravy them ladels, and butter knives. (Greer the trl Brothers, Jewelers. You read C. .. Abell returnedl Wenesday most mnr!nin) , from linfialo. Kentucky. est, whr he wa calledI lst week on ac- tic A cuntl of the -serious ill:ess of his iJot or Irot her. Mr. Abell rep)orts that his The molther':; ondition was not improved :,zines at this time and there was little hope apprrc of her recovery. Lumber, Shingles. Mill work. High qualit)l Hor guaranteed. Straight oKts guars, e. .S ;,-ate Ide cars or house bills ship much ped anywhere. Indepen- Mutu dent Co-Operative Lum be in bher Co., Lake Charles, La. Louis lcptty, in ohld resident of Jenllings, die,! Tuesday morning at - the hn,i;e of his dauv.,htcr near Ba :ile. Heart trouble is given as the cause of his death. 'hi;ose in need of Belts for any purlpoe should see Armstrong; their stock is complete. Scll your kodlk work to 0. B. Sanders. 617 Ryan Street, Lake ('b.,rie., LU. Jul 5tfc r 1a:rviu \anNcss, who has been vis n iting relatives at Crowley. returned . to Welsh Wednesday. le Phone us your order .July 1st for Alberta Peaches.- L. I. Barbee, phone .0 79. R. .L. Abbott left Wednesday on .s, No. 5 for Beaumont on business for it the Southern Rice Growers' Asso ciation. to AMENDMENT TO CHARTER Id WELSH GARAGE CO. INC. or Special Meeting. ne The Board of Directors of Welsh 4 Garage Co., Inc., met in special ses- 0 sioi this the 2Gth day of May, 1918 0. to consider amending Charter and increase Capital Stock of said corpo it- ration. After due discussion Director Abell offered the following resolu tion: Resolution. Resolved, That Section Four of la the charter of the Welsh Garage hr Company Inc., be amended so as to ac- read: "The Capital Stock of this "r Corporation shall be $25,000.00, di nhl vrided into 250 shares of the par value of $100.00 per share." After some discussion resolution was unanimously adopted. M' otion to adjourn prevailed. R. R. Arceneaux, President. ake C. L. Abell, Secretary. the State of Louisiana. at Parish of Jefferson Davis. Office Clerk of Court. I, Clarphy Pitre, Deputy Clerk of rice the 15th Judicial District Court, in de- and foi the Parish of Jefferson Dav for is, and State of Louisiana, and ex 7tf officio recorder, do hereby certify that tlhe within and foregoing is a pro- (true and correct copy of the origina:l ;hey act of Increasing Charter, which was fa i!e:led for record May 25th, 1918, be- bearing file No. 15497, and duly re Ved- corded May 29, 1918, in Charter Record "One" at pagus 218 et seq. SIn testimony whereof, witness my A official signature and seal of office I at Jennings, Louisiana, this 29th day of May A. D., 1918. ered CLARPHY PITRE, :tion Deputy Clerk of Court and Ex-Of tion ficio Recorder.I tator - nent A CHILD GETS CROSS, been SICK AND FEVERISH Win HEN CONSTIPATED ;eam Look, Mother! If Tongue is Coited nsed Clean Little Liver and Bowels. 22tf If your little one's tongue is coat were ed, it is a sure sitgn the stomach, liv ay. er and bowels need a gentle, thor have ough cleansing at once. When your juild- child is cross, peevish, listless, pale, ?lezol doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally; I will if breath is bad, stomach sour, sys I will tem full of cold, throat sore, or if bus- feverish, give a teaspoonful of "Cal ifornia Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the clogged-up, constipat SL* ed waste, sour bile and undigested Ish food will gently move out of the bow els, and you have a well, playful child again. Sick children needn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions of mothers keep it handy be eward cause they know its action on the not be stomach, liver and bowels is prompt taken and shre. They also know a little t rt given today saves a sick child tomor. Hal's row. o ed oI Ask your druggist for a bottle of he d "California Syrup of Figs," which tarrh contains directions for babies, chil i see dren of all ages anti for grown-itps enere pllinly on the bdttle. Beware of b. Send counterfeits sold here. Get the ge. uine made by "California Fig Syr : up Company."--Ady. NOTICE. Owin to ithe ltow ,tag or water, anylhdy allowing laky hydrant< or other connlctions wiii hate their sup. ply cut oil' immediately. M. 1H. VaiiNess. ATTENTION, PLEASE! Men and boys-You are throwing away magazines you have enjoyed reading. The boys in khaki would enjoy reading them as much. if not more than you did, on their long tire somle journeys across country. W\ill you not kindly uather them up and leave themi with imc at the I Emporium (just across from the de- I pot) where I icon so easily hand them out as the boys pans threough on the traies. You know the kind mnen like to r ead --ahndst everythine good, but most especially such as Literary Di ecst, S aturday Evening Po.t, Scien tific American, Popular Mechanics, Motor, etc.. along with many others. The boys who have received mag:' :,zines so far have all expressed deep appreciation. HATTIE B. LAWSON. SEED OATS FOR SALE. Home .,rown Red Rlust Proof seed oats at $1.25, Ipr h, lol for inmnmelI ate delivery. Fall d(itiveries will he much hgher. Oats are stored at the Mutual Warehouse where they L:r be inspected. J. F. Hoke, phone 25.30 Welsh, La. CALOMEL DYNAMITES A SLUGGISH LIVER Crashes into Sour Bile, Making you Sick and You Lose a Day's Work. (' alomel salivates' It's mercury. 'alomiel acts like dyanmite on a slu ,lh liver. When calomel comes into ,ontact with sour bile it crashet into it. causing, crapip nf alnd nausea. If you feel hilious. heaaulchy, con 'iptedl and iall knocke, out, just .o 1 1 vlu dlu' 1u. ist an!i aet a bottle of io.lso's Liver Tone for a few cents at hlh.chis al ha l'.' 1e'et<i C aubsti Slt for I m'erou> calomel. Take a i iufu."ll ani! if it ioesn't -turt your S,;,I . i'a.lihten you up betterc : . gac e" tth.n inasty ca'loinel and .itho ut maiking you sick, you just _: k and n'.t \our money. If you take ca lomel today you'll ,b :,ick tni, n<.aus-eated tomorrow; b,-_ i .i it n: ly alivate you, while if you take 1)o l.on's Liver Tone you ,.ill wake up fcelin- ,'eat, full of 'iibition an. reldy for work or play. It'.- rdh1(e plea<ti:t and safe to ,ivc to chillren; they like it.-Adv. II,: I. T..', 1: r . , al an., 1 .l O ,, ; r:, ,l ,n left S-.:r II. L on on roil a: n - lare I:t\ <'C L itl t. It fotund p l.. : iotifi: A. 11. Colette, Edlin. La. J,.-DUp-j . ARTISTIC BUT INOT COSTLY I L. J. Prentice Painter Paperhanger Decorator Welsh, - - La. SAVE MONEY BY USING HENRY BOSCH COMPANY'S SUPERB WALL PAPERS Samples submitted in your bhome no obligation to purchase All Work Guaranteed Jun 14-lp-tf VXKXXXKM XKXKMKKMM MMIM XxXXXKMKX KKM I. xli X K Eisemann High Tension TrMagneto acks al Chrom e Truck will be a great benefit to the farmer of southl west Louisiana, helping him to solv the neratbor poblem, which en $200will confront him when hato $250 within the nvest begins. SVITAL FEATURES OF CONSTRUCTION Timken Worm Drive Continental Motor Warner Transmission Ideal Radiator Schebler Carburetor and Clutch Eisemann High Tension Magneto Spicer Universal Joints Chrome Vanadium Steel Springs Special Alloy Pressed Steel Frame Jacox Irreversible Steering Gear The Little Giant is equipped with a generator which en ables the use of kerosene or a mixture of kerosene and There will positively be an advance in price of from $200 to $250 within the next ten days. Place Your Order Now for Fall Delivery F. J. Scoggins Welsh, La. g - XXNXXXNXXXX XXXXXXXXXXNXXN Remremb er: The place that alwayS !rives you Ilromlpt service We alw'ays carry a full line of standard goods, w ith the prices right. One of the reasons for our success here is that w\e stick to one price and that is al ways the right price, our customers getting the benefit. Our motto is: BEST VALUES ALWAYS IMartins' 'Chain' Tread _ !... -i I, _ Back the Government .to the Limit Is The Government has asked American busi ness to pursue a certain course for the dura tion of the war. Keep quality up and prices reasonable, -a strictly non-profiteering policy. I It is the only patriotic policy. It is the policy this company has always adopted and the one we will continue to pursue. We stand ready to undergo any sacrifice in order to cooperate with the Government. S. We believe it is best for ourselves. ed We know it is best for our country. We appeal to all concerns-big and small to adopt the same policy. - American business must rallyv. a unit to ] S the support of the G.oveinment. )ur It is the surest and quickest way to win the ly; war. S United States Tires tI are Good Tires )1V roful i' Roy Cord" 'Nobf y' lain' 'Us ' 'PaMIa' theI... '.."i.. -psWe know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them Roanoke Mercantile Co. Sy- Roanoke.