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Another Carload of Furniture-..
Will be in before long. Watch it. We will have the finest stock of Furniture ever displayed in this Siown. Call and see us. Priceour goods. We want your trade and can supply your wants. We have a few Lawn Swings, Refrigerators and Ice Chests left and will give bargains on them. Come r and get prices. If you have any use for these gooods you should not miss the chance to buy cheap. Welsh, La. WELSH FURNITURE COMPANY, Limited. r *2.11111 I1I111tnt 11hitumnunnatttt~ýýtý11tumu s fýiýýuna11t nmu idtthdf I hdRýý i C. BROWN. O. F. LARUE. °":rovwn & LaRne, Contractors AND Buildrs.... %" If you contemplate building a busi 'M.nes house or residence, let us figure ` bi: you. We will save you .money. :All work guaranteed. 4Gladiator Java and Mocha Blend Coffee. oI_ r entlifcally blended and roasted. best coffee on the market. Made the Crescent Coffee Mills, New . Sold by SBell & Co., Welsh, La. i Meat Market, SwA. BE. Bourgeois, Prop. elein.... S:Beef, Mutton, yVeal, Pork, G Qame, Etc. Edelivered in town at all times. 'W mL.SH, LAo 9YHEBERT. Ci. iy Barber, Next to Cooper's Drugstore. Sio and Cold Baths, Agent for Lake Charles Laundry. Y ·,. . CER'S ALLIGATOR PRESS u: uaranteed capacity, 22 tons of hay pe- day, or no pay. Its 50 inch feed . ole makes it the best for rice straw. - J. A. SPENCER, 'Box 55, Dwight, Ill. . . GRIER, FRANK COTTON, Jennings, La. Welsh, La. . Grier & Cotton, Civil Engineers and Surveyors. . Cotton will be located in Welsh r. ~nrio will continue to reside S' a Jenninis. .Bates $10 per day. Assistants and ýi penses extra. 1Bfl1 Blackford, Second Ward :jstice of the Peace of Calcasieu Parish. 00 - PrFo)uapt attention also given to col :- s in aid ward. O.tice in the S.t~obinson iBuilding. 'Jol H. Cooeer, I. D., Physician and Surgeon, tWE lsI, La. yr>:.ý ovr ('ootper's I)air Store. Oflice Phone, 15 S lesidence Phone, 2(. SiBea-dthe Journal and get atll' the Buggies! All kinds and styles in stock. Prices to compare with grade of material. BAIN and Wagos WEBBER agOIS The best assorted stock of . . Harness, $7 to $65. Full Line of LAP ROBES, WHIPS, ETC. Also agents for the Famous Deering Binders. Transfer Agents for Repairs. DAVIDSON-WESSON IMPLEMENT CO, Limited, WELSH - - LOUISIANA. Brick and sand, also lime and ce 'ment, at Lewis'. bore. J. A. Martin visited relatives in Lafayette Sunday. HS, H. E. Heald has $10,000 to loan to rice planters at 8 per cent. R. M. Gray spent Friday transact - ing business in Jennings. S P. E. D. Underwood spent Sunday with friends in Lake Charles. Postmaster F. C. Labit, of Crowley, was here Sunday on business Miss Hattie Bowers has accepted a position clerking for the Racket. ýay -ed Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine .w. -best on the market. RACKET. I. N. Chipley has moved his family from Edgerly to this place to reside. W. M. Egan, of Crowley, was in Welsh Friday attending to business. c Bell & Co. are certainly selling g a. goods, as they are receiving them[ daily. B C. J. Wildman attended to business in Beaumont, Texas. Friday and Sat urday. F ;, Calcsieu Implement ('ompany.Ltd., tl headquarters for nice buggies and a Sharness. Geo. Bower has resumed work in st d the Welsh machine shop, after a week's II lay off. at Just received a carload of Ml i lurn Wagons at the ('aleasieu [niplement. pi Company 's. th Miss May ('essford, of Lake ( 'hartles. was in Welsh Sunday the guest of her; sister, Mirs. M. L. Prentice. .ie See the ('hampliohn llie imlder. thi lito king of the rice flields. at IlimiN SON & l)Rv's. 1' (. W. ( osnelr bought ain acre of land in Smith's uldivii(oi. inear the ill oil well, Tue.sday. paying .4-i) for it. Ill t it Mdrs. Klatie I'narsoln Ilsl; week P)ur- \\ chased a. lot ill the south; i r i l epa;) ia (if towni firial 1Vii. (;ihs, for .hie'hh she paid *1SIl. of No Good Buggies so cheap nor no cheap Ip Buggies so good as those sold by the ii" CALCASIEU IMPI [MIAT CO., Ltd. M r s . .1. t . I la ll a c dl g vu uln - r, "A.. .\ . i r a imonth's ' vil i inoni kit dir :i t !n hi friends i 4 )dl msn. 11.. phr I[),T A Alisoljin" , imlaent ýuar'i Tii and totmlpi.,. with a tIhr",t lillk E ':n I. O . ( ). F . t 'ill lb h ill n a tta c h e d . I"inl dl ,i ' J filhi will Is, re aiildedi(l |iv lii tin; t II1 i i otI cei. -, Il ce- Fresh meat at Prentice & Powers'. For a dandy pair of lace curtains in call at the Racket Store. E. F. Rowson, of Jennings, was here to Monday looking after his interests. Call and see the Champion at tct- ROBINSON & DAY'S. E. H. Lewis, of Crowley, was in lay Welsh Sunday the guest of relatives, A. H. Newman left last week for an ty. extended visit to his old home in Swe den. a Just received a carload of Milburn i Wagons at the ('alcasieu Implement i ie Company's. t The Davidson - Wesson Implement il' (Company last week received two car i loads of Deering binders. in Mrs. Chas. K. Ingrain, who has been b s. confined to her bed with typhoid fever a for the past four weeks, is improving. V Inl No Good Buggies so cheap nor no cheap c Buggies so good as those sold by the ti ss CALCASIEU IMPLEMENT CO.. Ltd tt Lt- The Welsh Juniors went to Jennings tI |Friday and defeated the Juniorc of; ' . that p1lace in a game of base bull by 1i id a score of 52 to 1:3. Jh A. E. Hell (Co. have rented the in store buildsng recently vacated by the s Hlacket and will use it for groceries and hardware extclsively. in Rev. A. Wilkinson. of Lake ('haite,. 'a it. reached inl thle Methodist cthuriht in i this .ity Sunday tL\ Iniig. A ood l audience was outl to lhear lin. lIo . Mr. and MMrs. M. L. F"atrlow return- I -d Eu 'triday front a ftour-inonth-'" visit an it4) friend, and kintdr1ed in Iowa. Indi ana,. lllinois anid \rktarta,. The, r. port a mno-,t ,helightful trip. f I iat any watthi I caIi'1 fix. Sli ta .I'es titnetd to .snit an ll si? ht. En-,rav ing autu reliitittiig done on ishort no S l al.'nt aker ii. I ti'ian. \' It i. t1. It iit . i- . It ait ti. t r i r' t itii of .\then, l.. i -, , i iit i, 0 ~ther -it,-ta . L;. I \\ tilk,. :a il .I. - T. W\'a.llk,.. f \\ -lh. .\i . Mattin i - hi llanapor of .\tlhr n,- ,ail aie own t .•. \V. I ntopl1r." IIIaI ,9 t. Inrtright t,, ph of ri, , rui:s, wit hinu th',e ,.,,-l ,rut, lilhed t I 'a i , , I ,, "r :li I l- a lb i t 11 t:I IIIr*1 . " INon Chas. P. Martin went to New Or leans Tuesday afternoon to spend a couple of days looking after his bus ness interests. No Good Buggies so cheap nor no cheap Buggies so good as those sold by the CALCASIEU IMPLEMENT CO., Ltd. J. D. Davis, of San Antonio, Texas' has rented of Dr. Cooper the vacant store building, adjoining Hebert's barber shop, and will engage in the confectionery and restaurant business. I have recently unloaded a car of doors and windows from St. Louis, and can sell them at low prices. F. L. LEWIS. J. W. Bower sold to George Law rence a lot in the southeastern part of Welsh, consideration $200. Mr. Law rence will, we understand, erect a res idence on his new property immediate ly. Try U. S. Patent, the new brand of flour, at Prentice & Powers'. E. M. Powers sold his interest in the Welsh brick works Tuesday to J. H. and F. C. Labit. This is a valua ble plant as the brick made here are - said to be the best manufactured in the south. Cypress lumber for walks at Lewis' yard for less money than pine. The report was current on Ryan street this afternoon that two men had been killed in Welsh last evening. An inquiry to Welsh developed the fact that there had only been a fight on the street, in that city, last evening and no one was seriously hurt.-L. C American. The Carharrt brand of overalls and jumpers is the best made. RACKET. A special from Spokane, Wash., Wednesday states that Harry Tracy, the noted outlaw, committed suicide ns in a wheat field near that place at 4:30 o'clock on the morning of the 6ith. He was surrounded by a posse and saw - that escape was impossible. cli Just received a carload of Milburn tice Wagons at the Calcasieu Implement Company's. Ag in ?s, The Orange Land Co., of which Jas. Ellis, of this place, is agent, owns about 2.000.0 00 acres of land in Ver milion parish. For a long time much of this land was considered of little. rn if any, value, but recently it has been nt discovered to be good rice land and there is now quite a demand for, it. at Just received a carload U. S. Patent r hard wheat flour at Prentice & Powers. The Jennings base ball club crossed n bats with the club at this place Sunday ,r afternoon on the grounds west of the Welsh Rice mill, resulting in a victo ry for the former. A fairly good p crowd of spectators was out to witness the game, which was interesting d throughout. Drake and Unkel cone posed Jennings' battery, while W.iln-m and Terry did the pitching and 'atch . ing for Welsh. The final score was - IJennings. 11: \Welsh. 10. A return :game will probalydv e plaVyed on Au gust 17. Estrayed. IEistr· a ed f, nl n . f;armi 2.r :ruile-. ea.it of Kindi.r. 1 nuiiday. .. l\ "2. ,,ui,. I browl n hiio-e Iltule. mldiiut luilht. atlolt eight yur.- old. with ri-,t-ery knocked ot lii hunt: sl, mul nu e irow n. m'. height, with w ire r. t oni r.ight for,i toot. Ain ilfInlfrm tjui , ltading to the iret-"co r\ ,,f tlhe ( animual. will ihe lilcrallb rwn .d,.. *O0* I. Iº. A .N TIS". K< inder. i a. W. E. CLINE, Abstractor of Titles, Office with Cline & Cline.' iR.f . Arcoleax, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, Jl)nou gt ,'i '-it 'No t ':. |tPf/ll ..+' S.l | li ,, Whitworth College for Girls. Brookhaven, Mississippi. Is the place to send your daughters. Healthy Location and perfect equip ment in every department. For catalogue or further information apply to I. W. Cooper, Pres., Brookhaven, Miss. or Rev. A. W. Turner, Lake Arthur, La. ORANGE LAND CO., Limited. Rice, Sugar and Timber Land FOR SALE On reasonable terms, at from x5.00 to *30.00 per acre, according to quality and location. These lands are in solid blocks and have not been culled. Some of them are under irrigation canals. Apply to JAflES ELLIS, J. B. WATKINS, WELSH, LA. LAKE CHARLES, LA. - FARMERS- For Advances on Crops see THE JENNINGS RICE IILLJN COPANY, .1m1.tecI. W. T. Hutcheson, Supt., C. S. Mor, Mgr . Welsh. La. deg, 9gs La. The Roanoke Nurseries, JATIES GLICK, Proprietor. Fruit Trees, Plants and Nursery Stock Always on Hand .. I have about 50,000 fruit trees and plants of all kinds adapted to this climate and my prices are as low or lower than elsewhere. For further par ticulars call on or address JAMES GLICK, Agents Wanted Everywhere. R O A N O K E, L A. "Buckeye." THE LARGEST WHEEL ON ANY BINDER. NO FRAME AROUND YOUR MAIN WHEEL. ANTI=-MUD ! Yes, *a wheel and a pitman that WON'T and CAN'T clog with dobie or any other sort of mud. OUR KNOTTER works sure, safe and simple as a gimlet. Sample machine at Jones Bros. Feed Store WELSH, LA. H. E. HEALD SIrn behalf of People's Independent Rice MillCo., Cro-vlez, La_ Offers at 8 per cent interest Cash Advances on New Crop of 1902. ··************************ ........... - *-----.*._-.................................. i_ WELSH MACHINE SHOP. - " ý fill., Fittin. d mu il , lFittin , a SI acii"- . . l it~ (t n t ittings " S M. B. VAN NESS, Prop see F. J. WEST " 4 .'.% lit lht. Ie ,-,,.lit O I th, 'l 'l.. : < w ill ne l for t' \111 \ ul r , hll. a,,mall III,.,,111.. ',... Choice 'Town Lots I t,. I t\ ills- 8l1 ' ,. "i- . tro u l, " a: e t as thef." li re g'oing