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DAVIDSON-MARTIN REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO.
Solicit your business and promise fair treatment and large profits to investors in Southwest Louisiana.
B. L. GRAVES,
ABfull set of p)lans afnd speciications
iurnished with estinluates. 1 do all
kinds of work, brick or wood. Also
repa,iring. Let me make you an esti
mate on your work, it may be to your
interest to do so. Try it. L can fur
nish any reference required. ml v
residence is Iloy Jones' place. Drop
me a.,postal and I will call on vou.
J. D. KIfIBALL,
All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty.
Shop located on North Adams street.
'W. C. BROWN. O. F. LARUE.
Brownm & LaRue,
If you contemplate building a busi
ness house or residence, let us figure
with you. We will save you money.
All work guaranteed.
City Meat Market,
:A. E.i3ourgeois, Prop.
ICE delivered i town at all
,-Read the Journal and get all the
D. M. GRIER, FRANK (COTTON,
Jenning-s, La. Welsh, La.
Grier & Cotton,
Mr. Cotton will be located in Welsh
and Mr. Grier will continue to reside
Ita:,s $101 petr day. Assistants and
Justice of the Peace of
Prompn t 4attntint :also 1 ivt ln to col
lections in saild wltld. ()!licut in the
W. Jacobs' Studio
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Southern Pacille Time Card.
No. fi due.e........ ........ 9:4fi a. in.
No. 1)) du . ................. 12:01 p. in.
No. S due .................. 1:35 a. m.
No. i due. ................. 3:23 p. mn
No. 1) due .................. 5:04 p. inm.
No. 7 due ... ............. . 3:40 a. nm.
Nos. 7 and S night trains.
Phone 34 for further information.
.J. F. TUnmis, Agent.
SEVENTI( DAY Tl)VENTS.
Services every Saturday at 10 a. in. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Services every Sunday at 11 a, in. and 8 p.
m. Rtev. D. M. Lewis, pastor.
M. E. CHURCI'H, SOUTH.
Services in hall over Martin Bros. store every
ad Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. A cordial:in
vitation is extended to all to attend these ser
vices. 1Rev. A. W. Turner, pastor.
FLETCHEIt M. E. OHURCH.
Preaching at 11 and 8, 2,t and 4th Sundays.
Sunday school at 0:45; Junior League at 3;
Epworth League at 7 p. in. All invited. Ev
anyone made welcome. Rlev. W. E. Harrison,
Preaching every 2d Sunday at 11 a. in. and
8 p. nm. in hall over Martin's store. All are in
vited. Rev. Self, pastor.
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOl,.
Sessions are held in Congregational church
every Sunday at 0:4:. a. in. A cordial welcome
extended to all. Mrs. C. Tut. Field, superin
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Fine line of guns at Daniels
John Barry was a Jennings visitor
For stationery call at the JORNAL
Ring up 50 and tell us what you
Al car load of furniture just in at
Claud Martin visited homnefolks in
Trimmings of all kinds at
PAUL W. DANIELS'.
E. M. Powers was a Jennings busi
ness visitor Monday.
No hide is too badly cut or torn
that Johnson won't buy it.
Chas. P. Martin transacted business
in Jennings Tuesday.
P. Noble was a Lake Charles busi
ness visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. J. T. Walker visited in Jen
nings Wednesday afternoon.
Some good bargains in shoes at
KIMBALL & BENOIT.
Dr. T. H. Watkins, of Lake Charles,
was a Welsh visitor Sunday.
Do you know Daniels has doubled
his stock of shoes? He can fit you.
Oscar Fulton was a business visitor
in Lake Charles Monday evening.
MI. E. Morse spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family in Jennings.
Just received a carload U. S. Patent
hard wheat flour at Prentice & Prentice
G(. A. Bailey traunsuted lbsiness in
Lake Charles WVednesday and yester
II. EI. Vesson went to New ()rlteaus
yesterday morning on a ihwief business
Iev\-. A. W. Turner. of Lake Arthu'.
was in \Velsh Monday nmoning on
LoT"s --A hnneh of k4.eys. I.'iLIder
retturn to the .1(t1.u N.\L lii('ce a.nti re
Iliglhest prices paid for hides of
0o'puLstL.ui and sq(luiil l.
\Vatch for the male of fancy i\\vlk
oft'lered eby thlt Ladies A\ii Seocit y of
the 1. I. E. chulch.
Mrs. Eli Laniglcy an dlauhttc il ae
re turn(,d 0 an a 'it iite h ,a Ii lti:es
north of ,J lit nugs.
e nor hoad th ic e Sacf i s
(jats ever. PauWht to Daels ls..
A ci :, passed iltlhr .h iiii i \\ dnlt 's
d a y lo u d e d \\'ith cioi n j u s t a -. it ,:
tath trtw'l froom the liH ld.
Largest a orl iten . t lres ; "od .
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1 111i 1 l 'i llt ' n i . :h ll t illt ' ti l t.
tI s Lyda .\r.litaux. u. V iet,i:.
;t hlxw .!ays -i-,iin " \\-ith Itiendls.
Car load of Rice Sacks
just in. Paul W. Daniels.
.l i s t s ( , "w a n 1d M : t1 ' S u t lt 'r s l " t
,at ' lda\ attl " lunda " \',ithi !o o s kI
It . ll 1.\. ! ;1r' i i l li'll 0 d lto .] 'I
tiin _',s ' ,o n, d y, a lt" r a .h a t v i -it w itht
l "tr h t ',w t d d ,o . 'n o n th e p allnn
For nice rugs go to Martin Bros.
Iting up No. 50 if you have an item
Wn1m. Eller, of Lake Charles, was
here Wednesday on business.
Blank books, letter tiles, etc., at the
I1. J. Barry returned Monday even
ing from a visit to his old home near
I)r. i1. it. Arcet.eaux returned lMon
day f'omn a visit of several days visit
with his parents in Victoria, Tex.
A. H. Newman, a rice planter of
Welsh, returned home thts morning
after spending yesterday here with
friends.-L. C. Press.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr and Dr.
L. G. Lewis left Monday morning for
Houston, Texas, to attend the No
Tsu-Oh carnival. They will also visit
friends while in the city.
Ladies' kid gloves, assorted colors.
PAUL W. DANiELS.
Jabob L. Kellar, of Decatur, Ill.,
secretary of the Merchants Oil Comn
pany recently organized here, arrived
yesterday afternoon on business con
nected with the new company.
Blacide Mallet and Miss Mary Ber
trand were united in marriage at the
Catholic church Monday afternoon at
4 o'clock, 1Rev. Father Peters, of Jen
nings, performing the ceremony.
A nice line of woolen underwear at
Mrs. J. H. Cooper and daughter,
Mrs. J. F. Tubbs and Miss Eldia
Goodreau left Wednesday evening for
Houston to visit kindred and friends
and attend the No-Tsu-Oh carnival.
Miss Abbie Prentice, who is teach
ing in the kindergarten department of
Brigg's Special School in Jennings,
came home Sunday evening, the school
having closed down on account of
New cane syrup at
KIMBALL & BENOIT.
Mrs. Logan Drury, of Iowa, came
in Wednesday morning to remain a
few days visiting with relatives before
leaving for her future home in Ganado,
Texas. Mr. Drury left for his new
home this week.
For winter goods in all lines go to
The dance given by the young men
of Welsh in Martin's hall last Friday
night was fairly well attended. The
Crowley orehestr dispensed the music
and rendered some very choice and
For Prices go to
KIMBALL & JENOIT.
Miss E:mma Stewart returned Satur
day to her home in Orange, Texas,
after a two week's visit with her sister.
Mts. TH. Lalit. in this city. Her tde
parture was ('Terry-)fyiug" to one of
\Velshl's young gallants.
II ighest cash lprice paid for oild iron
and lbrass. 1V. A. .luhII'Isl & Co.
lMr. and lrs. i. m. Drury, who had
betn in li ot Springs. Ark.. for sonic
timie past. for the henelit of the for
ner's health. leturled \Viii(nesda y.
Thyl reportlata (delightful trilp and Mr.
)nnury's heialth was gre','atly ll 'ovedI.
\V\.\NTiEt- .\ huy to learn the print
i. si t ness. Apl.y at this olie.
(. A. Ihailey has sold his t.idence
Ipopetty at the unrtlhealt 'orner of
.'oulh aii,[ Polk stireets to ('. .A. \Aus
till aid I hw ('hamlihe-'s. MI.. ilailey
has ]riliased .the Vinton lel'ald and(
will naove his ftni 1v It lthat place
(')c e lii itl see illot ii lirn I t silk
anidl v i,-,l ie ski rt. ". it.It IN llt i .
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" Just Received
Studerbaker Bros. Wagons,
Old Hickory Wagons.
Call and see us before buying.
Welsh Carriage and Impl. Co. !
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Our fall and winter line of clothing
is now in. MARTIN BRos.
The Denver-Beaumont Oil Company
began drilling yesterday and will
likely complete their well before the
middle of l)ecember.
Highest cash price paid for old iron
and brass. W. A. IlOGERS & CO.
It. B. Knott and family and Proctor
Knott left Tuesday morning for Lou
ise, Texas, where they expect to per
Miss Laura Anderson has been
emplloyed to teach the Grand Maries
school near Jennings and began her
new duties last week.
Just received a nice line of ladies'
jackets. MARTIN BROS.
Gordon Crank has resigned his po
sition with the \Velsh Carriage and
Implement Company and is again an
attache of the JOURNAL.
Webb Wilson, Win. Terry, C. J
WVildman and Henry Taylor attended
a dance 1\ednqsday night given by
the young people of Jennings.
Biring us all the iron and brass you
have. Highest rash prices paid.
\V. A. IloEl:lts & Co('
Ed Martin, of (Crowley. canme over
Mionday to visit his brotlher, C(harley,
and incidentally to watch tlie IlInInov
ers of a real gusher.
I have a fani of about 1lii) neas
whiich I desire to lease, and also have
st,ock and farmt imlle)ments \\hich I
will sell at a bargain.
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The ,lutidies Auxillari Soeiety of
the liaptist chutelh will give a Mleas
in tyingn a i alin's hall ne ;t
'l'iTesiav evening, \Novemler .5. A
ormdial in itation is extended lto all.
lakten u)p at ('. Atitin's firtI south
of t ww one lvvt,-Vta-r old rei'l bull.
whlite faute, bltly anld enid of tail. no
bran(1. ()m, tw,,o-,gar' ( ,I lark bull,
fI'a\wn color around monulth. "\l f ,11
'i2ht hip. Orwnte r canl have sa by,
lp,,vin. prlo .lpy and payin' damages
tanid eat of this lnativei.
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" Rice Belt Journal
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H. E. HEALD
People's Independent Rice Mill Co.
Offers at 5 per cent interest Cash
Advances on New Crop of I9-"2.
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WELSH MACHINE SHOP.
M. B. VAN NESS, Prop.
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