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oR? NTEXT' WEEEKC Ladies' Black and White 25c Hose 2 Pairs 25c S. ((OL I) SMTITH Make Your . Earnings Pay Vou . Better Wages hveryhody wants to earn more in order to buy more. Nearly everybody can buy more with his present earn ings. Wise spending and intelligent savings are the answer. Getting more for your wages in things, comfort, ser vice, recreation, advanceiment---is largely a matter of thinking before you spend, to make sure that every hour of work buys more satisfaction. The keynote is postponed enjoyment--foregoing foolish explendilures to give your earnings a chance to buy some thing more worth wvhile. Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps take a lot of foolishness out of earnings. CAL('ASII NATIONAL BANK Of Southwest Louisiana Welsh Branch The School Boy.. Bring him in to our store and let us fit him out for the fall and winter; Suit,, Cap, Shoes, Over coat, Shirts, Underwear, Stock ings, Ties, Handkerchiefs and all. We take especial pains in outfit ting the boys, and they will have a distinctive appearance too; just like you want them to look .. "BEST VALUES ALWAYS" MARTIN' S If your car is ailing Bring It Here W e specialize in automobile re pairing, every job receiving expert attention. Also carry a full line of tires, oils and accessories. BACON GARAGE COMPANY (Incerporated) J. L Bavnette, Mgr. - he~il, La. il. i I Jeter. Good Young Mares THREE TO SIX YEARS OLD .115. G MOI S SLCTBOM : '_" .: ,- .,.. " ' ' t'.:. , .. , - `:.-.- ' "1:ý 1 _ f'.%" _ z'' ,ýs,., ";!-u ,i '.ý,s-:-. ý"::.sM " ý 'ti. Y ý." ý1g _ ýr : ýý '°.ý'. `-'u: ..r. le'..E ý i^ . a' ý"` "T : ýý: y A,ý"" : "ý.': :f .,ii'ý1".:i ýT' ý? ":.+"u :.r: a:'. . .r+" ..l::. _t^" ý"=` tc. ýý. ý. F ."'," .ýý. ý ýt .rý-)a .". .a _ 'y T~!: ý. .h r'= y~(:··:· ;F. LMTE PERSONAL MENTION Before buying your Corn and Oats see D. C. Bottofft. Mrs. J. M. Hall and grandaughter, Miss Lucy Bell Lyons, were here the first of the week from Sulphur, guests of Mrs. W. T. McAffrey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ryder were Lake Charles visitors last Sunday. ALFALFA HAY-for sale. C. L. Davis, Welsh, La. J26 tf Dr. Jno. H. Cooper, now a resi (lent of Alexandria, was a visitor in Welsh Thursday and Friday, renewing acquaintainces with old friends and a townsmen. This was the Dr's first I visit to Welsh since he moved to r Alexannria. t We pay the highest price for Hides, a Furs, Wool, Sacks and Brass. -R. Smith. S. Baconi was here Wednesday from Crowley on a short business visit. Miss lone Robinson returned Tues (lay on No. 10 after a pleasant sou journ of several weeks in California, spent in visiting and sightseeing. 1)o you want to sell-see Carr & Jeter. W. A. Simmons of Burkburnett, was here the first of the week, paying a visit to his brother, T. C. Simmons, and family. Rev. F. W. A. Bosch, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, was at Bayou Current, La., this week, attend ing the annual meeting of the Louisi ana Presbytery. You want new farming land? Buy it now while it is cheap. Sell that old land and get a new tract which is not worn out. Write M. P. Daniel, Liberty, Texas, what you desire. 04-4tc Leslie Carr, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Carr, suffered the loss of a finger the first of the week, while working around a threshing machine. The finger was so badly mashed that it was neccesary to amputate it be tween the first and second joints. Write me at Liberty, Texas, if you wish an investment in rice lands, oil lands, or home and farm already Im proved. The unimproved lands are the most desirable, because new. M. P. Daniel. 04-4te It is announced that J. F. Hoke, who recently moved to Union Bridge, Md., will be here in about two weeks to arrange for the sale of his big herd of blooded Holsteins. Ear Corn and Oats in car lots, de-. livered at any R. H. station, subject to inspection. Write, phone or see R. A. Estes, at Mutual Warehouse. S..Long Term Loans at low rate of interest. See Hood & Colbert.. 011.tf S. O. Scdggins has secured desk room in the oce of Carr & Jeter, where he will hold out in the future. Mr. Scoggins is still connected with the Layne & Bowler Co., but only in an advisory capacity. If you want to sell li'st with a live firm-Carr & Jeter. S. M. Watkns has purchased the J. F. Hoke farm east of Welsh from i Messrs. Carter & Watkins, paying $100.00 per acre, the price paid by Messrs. Carter & Watkins to Mr. Hoke S. M. Watkins has also purchased a desirable small tract of land lying be tween the Gulf Coast Mill and Welsh, from E. C. Willard. Fresh Oysters received daily at Martin's Fruit exchange. - At the First Congregational church in Jennings, Sunday night, October 12th, Dr. W. L. Holly will lecture on the subject: "The World on Fire." All are invited. Corn and Oats in ar lots-see D. C. Bottorff. A23-tf H. C. LaCour, principal of the Jr. High School at Broussard, was a busi ness visitor in Welsh last Saturday. C. D. Woodburn, manager of the Welsh branch of Layne & Bowler Co., was a Crowley visitor Wednesday. We want your property for sale-Carr & Jeter. John Gamble of Jennings was a business visitor in Welsh Thursday. Do you want to buy-see Carr & Jeter. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prentice are preparing to move to Jennings during the coming week, where. the. will make their home for a while: with Mr. and Mrs. John Gamble., List your farms with Carr & -Jeter. S ITE FAR RACE MEET WILL BRING' OUT A BIG FIELD U Three Days of Horse Racing On the st Victory State Fair Program at .1 Shreveport. Si de Three days of horse racing, both harness and running events, are on I the program of the 1919 State Fair of Louisiana, to be held at Shreve t port, October 22 to 27, inclusive. The race meet will take place the firt C three days of the Fair, the Victory i Exposition, with purses offered to the amount of $3,600. George R. King of Indianapolis, ' Ind., who stands at the top of the ract meet oficialns of the country, E will serve as superintendent. He .is considered one of the fairest men Ia lh the game, and under his direction oev f - erybbdy connected with the races, in. ir Sluding spectators, is promised most P Sexcellent treatment. . Horses from many parts of the country will be at the Victory Fair, and each contest promises to be hotly s1 fought. Some of the best known jock eye -nd drivers will be on hand, ;s s the track at Shreveport is looked ui a on as one of the fastest mile circuits in the South, and the accommodations and facilities for races are such as g e will make the meet successful. N Lt For program, catalog or other infor- c' Smation, apply to W. R. Hirsch, Secre tary, Shreveport, La. y YOUTHFUL FARMERS TO E d COMPETE AT THE FAIR " it t, .c Appreciating the importance of the efforts of the juvenile farmers of d Louisiana, the State Fair Association il if will encourage them, as heretofore: 1 e by, awarding liberal premiums on their exhibits at the 1919 State Fair There will be . approximately $3,004 C distributed in' cash prizes. Since the last State Fair splendid a u progress has been made in the Boys' ; it and Girls' Club work throughout the p _ State, under direction of Prof. E S. ii e Richardson, general state agent in 1 charge, and his able assistants. This improvement will be reflected in the splendid collection of exhibits shown at the State Fair. The exhibits will represent the Corn, Cotton, Pig, Home o Economics, Poultry and other Junior -d Extension Clubs, whose membership runs far up into the thousands. During the world war the Juvenile F farmers exerted special efforts to t improve their activities and help the c government in its greater food pro t duction campaign, and their endear I ors were greatly rewarded. The imr Sproved work will be represented I, I Sdisplays at the Victory Fair. These r kexhibits, except 4.tose in the Poultry c e Clubs, wil' be shown in the new Agri. r. cultaral Building, where daily mov.( tlag pitures in the interest of the , J-ir Extensioa Department's activi. ties, will be given for the benefit o; a the visitors. Their poultry display will J ..Long Term Loans at low rate of 1 interest. See Hood & Colbert.. 011-tf MARBLD LaORANITE t 1 r. All Designs and Prices WILLARD KIMIBALL Phone 34 "Welsh, La. W. A. BURGES Painter and Paperhanger a . General Contractor for Inside and Outside Work rr Wall Paper Samples brought to your horme on repuest. re References if repaired. P. O. Box 84 Welsh, La. "ep 26p REALESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE If You Want to Selt, list your property with us. , If You Want, to Buy or Make a Loan, Write or Call ' CARR & JETER, Phone 21 ' Welsh, La. .~lrstemru of, tuths paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreede disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that i cqtrrh. Catarrh being greatly I by constitutional conditions qetitutlonal treatment. al ts tcne is taken internally aist a ots tr Blood on the Mucous w·a hee olte th erby dtroyin g it thediseaae, givlng the etreigt~fh by bui:c~lingupt h e o n 'that 1~~r Onre6`. I tw ey" '1 tails N NOT CLASSIFIED t, ++++++,+.+++++++t+++i,-"f+ " ÷ FOR RENT-Unfurnished rooms for at rent. Enquire M. B. VanNess. O11-tf C FOR SALE--Kitc(en Cabinet. Com- thi bination Book and Writing Desk, two Da Dressers, Wash Stand, Florence Auto- lov matic 4-burner Oil Stove with oven, Refrigerator, Rocking Chairs, D)ining table and Dining Chairs, Iron Bed steads, and full household furniture, cheap if taken at once. Mrs. J. 3I.. Sullivan, at Mrs. Mattie Guidry's resi dence. 011 WANTED-to purchase, one good milch cow, Jersey or Hlolstein. En quire at Journal office. O11-tfc Let me quote you prices on Corn and oats in car lots.--I). C. Bottorff. ..FOR SALE-the only farm on the market at pre-war price. 16o acres midway between the towns of Kinder and Fenton on the Missouri-Pacific R. R., just a quarter from the track and cn road soon to he graveled. Bonds have been sold for same. 10) acres is fenced and small ihouse and barn arg included with the sale. Price $15.00 per acre. Terms up to three years. Address C. T. Miller, Box 76, Lake Charles, La. Ol1-1cS For Sale-Two se5cond-hanud heating stoves; one large; one medium size. Bargains if taken at once.. Apply to R. S. Greer, Welsh, La FOR SALE-Five-room residence. garage, chicken house, etc., two blocks west of school house. A bargain for cash R. O. Henning, Welsh, La.04-tf See Hood & Colbert for Long Time Loans. NO11-tf Ear Corn and Oats in car lots, de livered at any R. R. station, subject to inspection. Write, phone or see R. A. Estes, at Mutual Warehouse. FOR SALE-One extra gentle fam ily cow, giving two and a half gal lons of milk, to be fresh end of Oc tober; also one grade Holstein heifer,l one year old. Call at Priest's house. R. L. Abbott, manager of the local office of the Southern Rice Growers Association, left last night for Mem phis, Tenn., and Stuttgart, Ark., on important business for the association. Mr. Abbott expects to be back in Welsh by the middle of the coming week. BRINGS WONDERFUL PRESCRIPTION TO ALL ECZEMA SUFFSRERS. Zemerine, the latest scientific prescription for the treatment of eczema, itch and similar skin dis cases, is now sold in the leading drug stores. Until recently it was: the guarded formula of a great physician, and- men have paid a higher price for the treatment, but now it is within the reach of ev cry sufferer. It's time to say goodbye to in Ilamed and burning skin! Fare well to irritating and unpleasant sores, splotches and blots which mar your face and make you so uncomfortable. Zemerine can give you relief as it has others. Give it a trial under our guarantee, your money back if it fails to benefit you. Simple directions accompany each bottle. Sold in two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Start today and learn what relief means. If your druggist can't supply you, the Zemerine Chemical Co., Orange burg, S. C., will send you a bottle prepaid upon receinpt of the price Adv. ATTENTION--SALE OF LAND. I will offer for sale one hundred and twenty-one and ninety-four one-hund redths acres of land. at public auction. at the Court House door at Lake Chares, La., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919, the land being situated in Jefferson Davis Parish and described as fol lows: Fifty acres of land in section forty-two, township eight, south range three west, La., known as the David Miller home place; and seventy-one and ninety-four one hundredths acres in the eastern portion of the north half of the 11'illinm Wvkoff Grant No. 129 in St t I loll loftly t11', t southl. r;,nfl' three ýeg P11r fll tart ~* t d , taitian r'n't" tlo ilrrc n J0ý`'Ah C. anl 'º11 onic, itb O(alctºie1 PartL l!rn~k ' IPage 47 of retmorlsl oIf Jtcfferson D toojtl.;;r W ih all Iht l1 ;'1fl >ituate1 Dýit b'ras: ('aºsh on dap of 0r Sue. ,1 , 0t Jo, Oc t. No. _53S. Oc't. "t-11 Don't Pass by This Garage JUST STEER YOUR CAR IN 1HERE! If your troublesome motors with us you lod your troubles will disapl car! 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