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And Local Items of Interest If You Are Not Ashamed of Your Visitors Tell Us $ Who They Are-Telephone 222. J. LeBlanc and M. Bargas of Hous ton, Texas, were in Welsh Wednes dan in the interest of the Southern Rotor Manufacturing Association. John H. Overton addressed large crOwds at Kinder, Oberlin and Elton Monday and in each instance re ceived assurance of a solid support. 8. Floyd Midkitff, carrier on rural routes one and three, has leased the Montgomery house formerly occu pied by R. L. Abbott, and is moving his residence from Jennings. 666 contains no alcohol, arsenic, nor other poison("'u drugs. Jl1lOt. A. J, Escudier has resigned his po sition, with the Planters' Telephone Co., and will return shortly to Abbe bille, his former home. Mrs. Escu dier and daughter left Tuesday for that place. Rev. Fontaine', formerly rect:. of the Mermentaa ('n:t'lic church, ac companied by hi· niece, Miss E'eine Fontaine, were guests of Rev. J. P. Ferret this week. Rice Farmers! WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTEN tion to the importance of carefully stacking your straw at the separ ator in order that it will resist the pro longed rains, as there will be a great demand during the approaching winter and spring for all the rice straw in Southwest Louisiana, due to the prolonged drouth in Texas. which has destroyed practically all of the available forage. Do not contract to outside parties too hastily as buyers will soon be in this mar ket who will endeavor to contract far in advance. We will take pleasure in furnishing you any information in our hands. Southern Rice Growers Ass'n. 5 Welsh Office ~,P ~F'%,a^%,P*-P 'J.hF~ U~FA STIrWF2 E I Time was first obtained by the Egyptians with an index circular plate called a Scythe. which registered the shadow of the Sun. It is gotten now from the earth and the stars, because the stars are stationary and the earth will not vary a one thousandth part of a second in one thousand years, in its revolution every twenty-four hours. We might fail to make your timepiece keep as good time as this but we will make it as near as possible an absolutely correct time keeper, so bring us your work and when you need a real good piece of Jewelry come to us; we have it. GREER BROTHERS Watchmakers, Jewelers, Opticians Rice Insurance Prompt Efficent Service F. G. SEWARD Office Phone 181" Residence Phone 96 Mules Mules I have just arrived with a shipment of First Class JIansas Mules and a Few Good Horses and Mires CO'mE AND LOOK THE1 OVER lI F. D. MULLEN Old Reliacle Mue an an in North Wesh 1. -.9\w. i . ,'. .zFaS. .+. ''''. .ý+ý.jm , e. ,ýý. iý . '.ý. '"*+ .,.. __..r-_ ' ý :`u: s':;'Sims'.ýi?'ý'ý11ý Xý'''"ý t'-? ý ýiý''i' ý.Ný tý`ý _ " CORN AND OATS in car lots deliver. ed at any railway station. See me at once for prices. R. A. Estes. phone 131, Welsh. La. a23tlc H. A. and C. W. Estes motored to CrowlFy Monday afternoon to see their mother, Mrs: A. L, Estes, who iwas quite ill, but is reported to be improving at the present. Nice assortment of White Felt Hats just received-prices very reasonable, Ladies are invited to call and inspect them. Mrs. F. Romero, one block north of bakery, phone 78. a23ttc .Mr. E. C. Reddock, representing the Storrs-Shaefer Company of Cii: cinnati, Ohio, will be atr Martin's store Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6 and 7 with a big line of full length samples of tailor made clothing. He will be pleased to meet his old friends and new ones too. Mrs. M. A. LaCour and daughter, Lillie of Moreauville were guests of I)r .B. J. and H. C. LaCour and fam ilies this week, leaving yesterday morning for Lafayette to visit other relatives. Headline in the American-Press that Lake Charles is a little peeved because the Official Bulletin, pub lished at Washington, D. C., referred to the aspiring city as the "village" 5( of Lake Charles, in a report of the recent storm disaster. It is sure some consolation to know, 'spite of the war, ignorance is still bliss. 666 Cures Headaches, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, or that tired ach ing feeling, due to Malaria or Colds. Fine Tonic. J1-10t. Miss Katherine Robinson of Lafay ette was the guest of Rev. and Mrs. E C. F. Hoffman this week. who F. G. Seward, the insurance man, tern returned Sunday from a business trip ,;f a few days duration to New Or leans. man Don't do anything about that suit foo until you see the line of samples of tailor made clothing which will be on his display at our store Friday and Sat- argi urday, Sept. 6 and 7, with Mr. E. C. this I.eddock, an expert ta;ior in charge, who will be pleased to take your m:easure. P. Mrs. .1. P. Burgin and daughters, Ethel, Alma and Lucile, were guests of Mrs. R. W. Howard Sunday and Monday, having motored here from lthir home at Natchez, Miss. Tues day they spent in Lake Charles rs t- ,e guests of W. H. Burgin and fam iiv. 666(; Cures by removing the cause. J1---10t. The marriage of Mr. Joseph With crwax and Miss Esther Miller was sciemnized at the Methodist parson age last Sunday at coon, Rev. J. W. Hervey officiating. Both of the con tracting parties are prominent resi t dents of the Woodlawn neighbor hood. Tom Mullen arrived in Lake Charles Sunday from Clay Center, Kansas, bringing another car of mules .for the Mu!lcn sales stables After a short stay here and at Jen nings he left for Kansas to get more mules, announcing that he would re turn with another shipment in about two weeks. For draying, hauling and team work see John White, licensed drayman. Prompt service, rea sonable prices.Phone 61. mar22tf Mrs. L. L. Russell ;s the guest of Mrs. V. Romero for the past several dlays. Carl Himel, represerting the Farm. cr's Rice Mir'ing Coli pany of Man chester, La., was a buisness visitjr in Wtlsh Tuesday. For Sale-Unpolished table rice a in 25, 50 and 100 pound lots, de- tl Slivered to you. Phone 287-20 for Sprices. Lantz & Lantz. dec7tf Rev. Father Peters, who is at a present located at St. Martinville, & was the guest of Rev. Ferret Thurs- h day. * g Revs. Emile Raynal of Lockport and Evans of LaRose were guests of Rev. Ferret and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 6 SWolters last week, going from here to Galveston for a few days stay be fore returning to their charges. 666 Cures Bilious Fever. Jl--10t. Lieut. J. C. McCollister was here Wednesday spending a part of his thirty-day furlough visiting Welsh relatives and friends. J. C. is sta tioned at Camp Pike and is making eminently good as a soldier. His advance through the ranks has been phenominal. 666 cures Chills and Fever. J1--1Ot. Mrs. W. T. McAffrey and children, who have been at Lafayette the past few months have returned to Welsh. Alburta Lewis, who has been in Los Angeles, Cal., for some time on account of her health, rteurned to Welsh Sunday and has resumed the duties of her former position as bookkeeper at the Mutual Warehouse Cement Blocks.- C. L. Davis, phone 85, Welsh, La. The war is certainly strengthening our sense of national unity. We re alize that of course Uncle Sam's nephews must all be cousins of each other. IRE IERY QUARE MAN KNOWS TMAT HIS oWN chi ro ur 8-( ta] lai bo coc ra FAIR AND SQUARE lir er EVERY man whose appetite s is in working order and re whose actions are on friendly terms with his intentions can L really call his soul his own. A man's health has a lot to do with his disposition and the quality of food he eats has a lot to do with of his health. See the pure food m arguments we've cooked up for m this grocery store. r TIODEL GROCERY P. H. Goodreau, Pro Phone 14 t tf DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and L I Power Plant Saves time autl l1,)bor .-lIncrea sei F. B. Dennett, Dealer Office 329 Broad Street r, LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA. Presbyterian Church Sunday, August 25, 1918 m -- - ld Subject 11 a. m. a- "A Corn of Wheat" tf of Subject 8:30 p. m. al"Abundant Life" "Abundant Life" DRILLING RESUMED IN THE WELSH FIELD Prospects are good it present for a considerable renewed activity at the Welsh Oil Feld during the fall st and winter. Jno. Carradine is pre- G paring to drill a well on contract for a firm in Memphis, Tenn. This well will be drilled on the old Welsh Oil H & Development Co. holdings. He " has a derrick up and expects to be- ai gin within a week. Mr. Carradine an nounces that other companies are w planning to drill soon. n P 666 Cures Malarial Fever. r J1--10t. A Source of Joy h. is our art of dry cleaning, for we help people out of their difficul n ties and restore unto them anew to their treasures which have been he injured by stains. Do not despair, as but come to a full realization of ,e what strides have been made in L. tne way of artistic dry cleaning. h, No laces too flimsy fo? our deli cate touch. We have developed the art of dry cleaning to a fine ng science. PLEZOL TAILOR SHOP D's A. L. Hebert. Proprietor. How's This? L We Offer Ope Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hll's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrb sufferers for the past thirty* Uve years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mueous surfaces, expelling the Po.* C son from the Blood and healing the di eased portions. After you have taken Hale's 6atarrh t Medicine for a short time you will see 4 great tmprovement in your health. Start taking Halls Catarrh e.l cne at once and get rid of catarrb. Bend fsr testimonials. free. t .i. C NEY &. CO., Toled, O. gOe by al DrugWlsts' .. _ _ --__ W.S.S. I BUY " i Hides Furs Iron S UBrass Rubber Sacks RI , L MITH *********~ RESTAURANT FIXTURES AT A BARGAIN 'i The following restaurant furniture m and fixtures are offered at a bargain: 1 3 1 30-foot counter, 18 revolving . chairs, 2 back counters, 3 dining room tables, 6 dining chairs, 2 coffee urns, 1 cigar case, 1 tobacco case, I 8-day clock, I large mirror, 2 kitchen tables, 1 large coffee mill, 2 lare lamps, 1 400-lb refrigerator, I ice 1 !ll box, 1 writing desk, 1 safe, 1 stee, range, 1 3-burner oil stove, I cigar lighter, 1 16-gal St. Louis water c,-ool er, stools, dishes and kitchen uten sils. C om plete outfit for up to latI., e ,rs a a restaurant. c Make inquiry at office of Rice Belt Journal or of Fred Hoppy, Welsh, La. I t jull2tfc. STRAYED-from my place s s -' northwest' of Welsh 1 brown Imallu mule and I black mare niule. hia k mule has T on jaw; brown one hI. has light nose and belly. R(eward 1,i return or inlormation, J. P. (lla bell, Welsh, La., phones 12.5 or 230. al 11 FOR SALE-One Big.Four 30 ,,ýs tractor, in good condition.-li. G. Pat terson, Fenton, La., phone 11 40. jl2tt FOR SALE-33x50 Peerless 'T'hresher i rebuilt and painted by expert v.or'k men. Geo. Doescher, Houte 1, ox ;;S, Lake Charles, La. .a '? For Sale.-One 1.0 hor:e p,,w, Robinson engine. lEnquire o'f '. :\. Iantz, Welsh. La. FOR SALE.---DeLaval Cream Sep arator in first c(lass condition; large enough for l0 cows. C. U. E:ns.;, ,lennings, La. \2- FOR SALE-Several tamnk \wa;:o1, suitable for hauling coal oil or crude oil to your plantations. These wa,' ons are in good condition at reason able prices. Enquire of our ag'ents at Jennings, Welsh or Elton, La. The Texas Oil Co. A2-4tc FOR SALE-Nn the north part of town, a house in good condition with five rooms, two closets and fruit room; three galleries, two lots. -,n ideal place for raising chicken.,. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. See E. C. Willard at the Bank. a23-?p FOR SALE-Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats; limited supply; buy now. F. H:. Morse and Son, phone 146, Welsh, La. a16 tfc FOR SALE-One good small wood cook stove. Mrs. F. Romero, plhone 78. LUMBER, Shingles, Millwork, high quality guaranteed. Straight cars or house bills shipped anywhere. INDEI PENDENT CO.OPERATIVE LUMBER for CO., Lake Charles, La. a9tle at LOST-Cattle whip, long lash, end of fall stalk broken off. Reward for return. re- G. M. Hammil. a9tfc vel LOST-Between Welsh and IHarry Oil Hebert's farm, 150 feet of 3.4 in. grass He rope. Finder return to Journal office be- and get reward.* Chas. Ryder. a9tf an- LOST-One 33x4 Overland rim are with casing attached, between Roa noke and C. V. Moore pumping plant, about August 1st. Reward for return to Journal office. a23tfc FOUND.-Automobile crank--can Sbe seen at Journal office. FOUND-Solid gold cuff link with initials J. M. C Owner can have same by paying for this ad. Journal office. Stomach and Liver Troubles. No end of misery and actual suffer ing is caused by. disorders of the stomach and liver, and may be avoid ed by the use of Chamberlain's Tab lets. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter.-Adv. . . r --"m Over the Top Again. At the Red Cross convention in New Orleans last week it was announced that Welsh had the best publicity column of the chapters within the parish. A great deal of credit is is due in achievement to the publicity chairman, Mrs. W. E. Faught, who has accom plished the results chronicled only by most untiring effort. Congratulations to the editor of the Red Cross column. Odd Fellows. All Odd Fellows, and especially the young members,'are urgently request. ed to be present at the meeting of the Lodge Tuesday night, August 27th. Special business and refreshments. a231tc -Committee. Card of Thanks. We desire to extend our most sin. cere and heartfelt thanks to all those who assisted and comforted us after1 the death of our beloved wife, daughter and sister, and especially for the floral offerings. Leon Pitre and Daughters. Alcide Hebert Sr. and Family. Alcide Hebert Jr. and Family. C. Pitre and Family. W. W. Kimball and Family. O0. J. Mallet and Family. Avery Hebert and Wife. S See our new line of stationery | Journal Book Store. Chronal Constipation. It is by no means an easy matter to cure this disease, but it can be done in most instances by taking Chamberlain's Tablets and comply ing with the plain printed directions c 'btat aeomuPanY each package.-Adv. iiii ;" iid. ) 1 .'!11 c( 11 1t1 111' n 11' .:` 11'1 ' 1'1I:''111 II I ". 1 1 1 1 ; -1 It I l~~"~ ~ t / Y IQI·~ir~. itt Ii'-j.; ROM I OR I WORTH t ' I t I," "`a .. l\ tl It" " r BURNS I I Sa~mple wi= be ,on the grUASOnd in a few days. R t. . F7Ir art if A hfte 3 .1 . 1 '- t175 Phone 131 LY iel. La. Ull 'A 1I "All auto mubile lfactorls have becn oridelrel by to the govern l ment to o~nt na 1~ I) Iperl' Ct ct war basis by .,anulary 'Ist, 1919. -New, ldispatch in Monday ma i H ICH MEANS there will ble No,) IMOl}) passsenger cars : nimanufacture l after that (late: in faict the production will decrease from now on. We have a limited number of KISSEL KARS and CHANDLERS on the floor, available for immediate de e livery, and will have a shipment of I DORTS within the next few days. Place Your Order Now Our excellent garage service guarantees every purchaser complete satisfaction. DEMONSTRATIONS at your convenience. n, When you do business with us; you are sure to get fair treatment. WEiSH GARAGE COMPANY he C. L. Abell, Manager I I ll I 1 I IlF:1"IIl'lljl M 7"Ilanager --- , ALL SLEI LED IN OUR NEW H!OftE in the Desire' !HielW't buiidin , here e awuait your call wvith aL vel' Comrn plee Stock Fresh Groceries Caome in and See U: We lhave the Goods at Right Prices beb W elsh G oce y ý°g L. R. Barbee, Prop. ins iv.