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I * .• ON OR ABOUT THE 15TH WE WILL HAVE OUR SUMIMER LINE OF . . .
P FALL DRESS GOODS n .display. We cordially invite our friends to call and examine them closely. As usual our p will be the lowest. y sual our pi lws YOURS TO SERVE, A. E. BELL & CO.,els, L. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Philip Miller transacted business i Jennings Wednesday. Don't forget to ask for U. S. Pater flour at Prentice & Powers'. Oscar Fulton was a Lake Charle business visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Paul W. Daniels visited he parents in Jennings Wednesday. M. Carroll St. John, of fPayne, wa in town Sunday visiting friends. S. A. Knapp, of Lake Charles, wa! here Tuesday transacting business. Mrs. Jos. Hayes, of Lake Charles, visited friends in this city Sunday. A. E. Parent, of Lake Charles, wa transacting business here Monday. Mrs. James Day returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in Crowley. A bouncing baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Bailey, Satur day, August 2. Miss Della Marshall, of Jennings, visited the family of J. B. Lee in this city a few days last week. Misses Lizzie Fear and Alta Good reau have accepted positions as sales ladies for A. E. Bell & Co. Felix Arceneaux returned Sunday from a week's visit among relatives and friends in Lake Charles. Through a local in theJournal Mrs. Isaac Fontenot this week recovered a pocket book lost Sunday, July 27. Jos. Landry, of Lake Charles, is assistant day operator at the depot during the present rush of business. Rice Cradles and Reap Hooks at L. L. Morse & Sons, Welsh, La. Miss Daisy Boutte, of New Iberia, arrived here Saturday and is the! guest of her friend Miss Mollie Ilobi chard. Miss Eva ('line, cashier in Paul WV. Daniels' store, is spending a two weeks' vacation visiting friends in Lake ('harles. Don't forget that Robinson & Day are agents for the celebrated ('ham pion Rice Binder. Call at their ware house and see it. The big safe from the Jennings rice mill was Friday hauled to Welsh to be used in the Morse miill at that place.-Jennings Times. Say, Boys ! If you want to he up-to-date, call at Calcasieu Implement ('ompany. Lim ited. and get one of those up1-to-date I buggies. Mr. F. L. Lewis, a prosperous lum- . ber merchant from Welsh, was in Westlake. Lockplort and Lake Charles I Monday evening.--L. C. American. Rev. A. WV. Turner and son, Mar- I vin, of Lake Arthur, have gone to '1 Baton l ouge to visit friends and at- I tend a camp meeting now in progress there. TVe have received our famous ( ham- ti pion Rice Binder. and invite the far- p mers to call at our warehouse and n examine the same. a IHonINsON & DA Y. ft RICE LANDS! OIL LANDS I lHemembl)er you lp'ospective buvers of Farms, I tice Lands or ()il Lands, we can surely save you money. We have a large list of Louisiana and Texas rice lands we can sell from *5.00 to *40.00 per acre. 1Ve (do not own the earth but are agents for a good sized slice of its suface, and with our long experience and personal knowledge of iice lands are compeltent to hel p you make your selections either in Louisiana or Texas lands. 1-e in vite you to call or write us for any information. YWill gladly furnish same on short notice. DWIGANS & CARR, OFFICES : WVelsh, La. Ganado, Tex. Miss Abbie Prentice visited in Jen nings Wednesday. s in F. J. Locke was a Jennings business visitor Tuesday. tent Heath-Milligan Paints - best on earth-at Daniels. I ales W. T. McAffrey, wife and baby visited in Lake Charles last Friday. a her Miss Vera Keep, of Jennings, is spending the week visiting friends in I vas this city. Our furniture and mattings are up- 0 ras stairs. Ask to see them. PAUL W. DANIELS. b es Omar Bailey, of Lafayette, is spend- d ing the week the guest of his brother, G. A. Bailey, at this p)lace. 'as The Champion is considered one of te the best binders made. Robinson & ay Day, Welsh, La., are the agents. S: Paul W. Daniels came over Wednes-. p to day from Welsh and remained in the ir- city until Thursday.-L. C. Press. m James Ellis returned from Lake of -:, Charles Thursday. He went there to is see his wife who is under the care of at an oculist. to d- Misses Jessie Clayton and Blanche s- Gredenwise went to Welsh Tuesday an to spend a few days with Miss Laura vy Ellis.-Jennings Times. S5 Those desiring their chairs re-bot- M tomed with cane should call on C. W. ne s. Ingle, as he does all work satisfac- Ta a torily and at reasonable prices. A new time card goes into effect on in is the Southern Pacific next Sunday, erz )t August 10. Some important changes. C. Call up agent at phone 34 and find out rol how your train is running. ior No good Buggies so cheap nor Ot°i no cheap Buggies so good as those 1 sold by the yi1 CALCASIEU IMPLErIENT CO. ge E. Scharff, of near town, and D. Block, of Lake Charles, this week who bought five acres of the Woods farm t one half mile from the oil well for which they paid $125 per acre. Miss Ava Daigle returned to Lake i Charles Saturday from a two weeks' n visit with the family of F. A. Arce- We neaux in this city. She was accom panied by Miss Inez Arceneaux. T S. J. Johnson and Edw. Lucas, of We Jennings, were here Wednesday and day bought through E. F. Iowson & o.Nat two acres of land in Smiths subdivision near the oil well. each paying $500. Ic Miss Estes Taylor. of Crowley, SO boarded the train here on Wednesday morning on her return home, after C having spent a coul)le of weeks visit- ider the family of H. G. Taylor, near was Joplin. this Oscar Fulton and Philip ('overdale 1 last week sold 705 acres of land near Wm Kinder, La., to Oscar E. Moore, of beer Lake Charles. consideration $20,000. Calc This big sale was made through the W Louisiana Land Company . cups Work on the big warehouse at the by 1 Calcasieu mill began last week and Hanr the contractor hopes to have it coin pleted by the first of September. This Th will give the ('alcasieu rice mill an Weli additional floor space of 14,400 square amo: feet. of ti .. .. .. r, u . Jen- Bert Case was in Jennings Tuesday afternoon. ness John Coly went to Lake Charles Wednesday evening. on W. D. Morse, of Jennings, was here Monday and Tuesday. )aby Ask Exchange to give you No. 12 ,v. and Bell & Co. will do the rest. is Cut prices on men'slunderware at Is in F THE RACKET' FOR SALE-One fresh cow. Call on u- or address MRS. SINGLETON, Welsh. I J. C. Allen, of Lake Charles, was a S. business visitor in this city Wednes- I nd- day. ber, C. J. Wildman went to Lake Charles Wednesday evenning, returning yes Sf ternay morning. a & If in need of a good genuine Texas 1 Saddle call at Davidson-Wesson Im- 1 e plement Company's. c the Why pay 18 per cent. for money to t make your crop when you can get it a ake of Beald for eight? c to It. D. Martin, after a visit with rel of atives here and at Jennings, returned 4 to his home at Athens Tuesday. the Big reduction in all summer goods, lay and also in tin and graniteware at 4 ira THE RACKET. Mrs. Geo. Morse and Miss Carrie 4 ot- Morse, of Jennings, were here Wed W. nesday visiting the family of W. H. ac- Taylor. We carry the largest stock of repairs on in the rice belt for the Deering Bind y, ers. DAVIDSON-WESSON IMP. Co. es. E. Scharff has rented one of the )ut rooms in the rear of the Welsh Nat ional Bank and is making a neat o office of it. se We shall always be glad to show you through our immense line of bug-. gies and vehicles of all kinds. DAVIDSON-WESSON IMP. CO. D. E. E. Henning, of near Ioanoke, ek who has been confined to his bed with in typhoid fever for some time past, has O' about recovered. Now is the time to take out a Deer ing Binder. They will save your rice -others may. Always at Davidson et Wesson Implement Co.'s. u The first car of rice shipped from Welsh this season was sent out Thurs d day by P. ('overdale, representing the National Rice Milling Co. nI Rice Cradles and Reap Hooks at L. L. Morse & , Sons, Welsh, La. ('C. J. IRauch, of Lake Charles, pres ident of the Louisiana Land Company." was in town Wednesday and made this office a pleasant call. e Charles P. Martin of Welsh and C r Wm. E. C'line of Lake Charles have , been appointed notaries public for Calcasieu parish.-L. C. Press. e Within the next ten days we will oc cupy the store room formerly occulpied fur by the Racket for our Grocery and kin Hardware department. ioal BEI.L & ('. int( nisi s The total freight receipts at the resi Welsh otffice during the month of July me amounted to *10,00).(18, and the amount of tickets sold aggregated $1,27(i.77. This is certainly a magnificent show ing for our little city. I The Davidson-Martin two story B] building at the corner of South Rail road avenue and Adams street is nearing completion and is one of the most handsome buildings in town. It ,Iwill le ready for occupancy about the middle of next week. tice harvesting began this week in a few localities. J. H. Bower coin- All menced Wednesday and he says his Sho crop will make a nmuch heavier yield than at first susplected. By the miid dle of next week harvest will have be gun in earnest and owing to consid- I trable late planting will l)robably continue until the middle of Selptem- and ber. From all sections a fairly good hlf crop is relported, considering the un- lIu precedented drouth and salt water. La. i Mrs. W. J. Daughenbaugh, of Jen nings, is visiting the family of her son-in-law, G. A. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Ryther and family spent Sunday fishing on Bayou Chen and they report a delightful time. Just received two cars of Deering Binders at Davidson-Wesson Imple ment Company's. Be sure to get a Deering. Strayed. On July 27, 1902, one Durham cow, red with some white on hips and flanks. Horns grown down over eyes. Sup posed to have young calf. Informer will be rewarded. C. C. MORRILL, a Welsh, La. The school building is undergoing a general overhauling. The old stair- o way in the east end of the building a has been torn away and a hallway is 41 being built from the entrance to the tr center of the building. The stage on n, the second floor has been torn away st and the entertainment hall will be a; converted into two distinct rooms. fa * -uuui Unem. WHEN YOU SEE A MAN DRIVING An extra nice vehicle, ask him where he got it. The answer will almost invariably be, at the Welsh Carriage and Implement Co., LIMITED. carry in stock an extra large line of extra nice surreys, buggies, park and road wagons, stanhopes, phaetons. Low prices prevail. B. L. GRAVES, Contractor and Builder. A full set of plans and slpecifications furnished with estimates. I do all kinds of work, brick or wood. Also repairing. Let me make you an esti mate on your work, it may be to your interest to do so. Try it. I can fur nish any reference required. an y residence is JIoy Jones' place. l)rolp me a postal and I will call on you. J. D. KIMIBALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All Kind.s of l~epairin., a Specialty. Shop loc1ated on North Adams strett. WANTED TO BUY WVill contract to put in well, etc., and pay interest and first Ipaymflent in November of next year, or will paI half of crop. Write, EXIERIEN(ED IRICE FARMER, care of Journal, \Velsh, La. Call and see our new line of Mat. tings--just in this week. PAUL W. DANIELS. If you are going to buy a wagon don't fail to see the Bain or Webber. Both for sale at Davidson-Wesson Implement Company's. C. S. Dickinson, of near Kinder, was in town Monday and had bills printed advertising four head of work mules which will be sold at public auction at Pitre Bros. livery barn, Saturday afternoon, August 9. We have in a full line of Rubbers and Overshoes. Prices are right. PAUL W. DANIELS. Ed Scharff, the veteran rice farmer of Welsh, says that he planted (00) acres of rice and that he will harvest 490. He started cutting on a 2()0 acre tract Satyrday morning. He says he never had a finer crop. He put down some new wells this year which are alright but that the old ones are a failure.-Jennings Times. Lu m be AND Builders' Hardware AT (1t F. L. LEWIS' Welsh, Louisiana.. i'/N 1ý1r yyyý . rtll The Journal Does 20th Century Job Printing . i / A Tribute. The following letter from* Lindly, cashier of the Bankof field, Winfield, Iowa, to Mrs. Martin, whose husband recentI has been handed us for publiioMUe Mrs. William Martin: In the papers received this from Southwest Louisiana, I wea ed to see the notice of your h death. He attended school at Welsh years ago this last winter, held the position of principal. garded him as one of the dious, polite and honorable that I have ever known. He thorough gentleman. To know was to love him. ,: In your bereavement, a heartfelt sympathy, for in hi d I have lost an esteemed friend. Very respectfully, JOHN M. L .y. The Bain wagon is known to be,. best wagon and has less drat, any wagon on the market. See Dil son - Wesson Implement Com - about them.