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Ladies underwear at JANIE S.
J. T. Boling was in Jennings Mon
J. G. Britton is clerking for A. E
Bell & Co.
Hutcheson & Scoggins, the deep
Phillip Miller was a Jennings busi
ness visitor Tuesday.
Why continue to shiver, when Dan
iels has overcoats to sell.
Bert McBurney was a Crowley busi
ness visitor Wednesday.
Genuine Texas Seed Oats at j
JONES BROS. FEED STORE.
Mrs. A. B. Hall returned Saturday 1
from a visit with kindred in Jennings. t
New line of up-to-date belts at
PAUL W. DANIELS.
See Weber & VanNess before con
tracting for an irrigating or artesian
Fred Grossman has accepted a posi
tion as clerk in Paul W. Daniel's
Fountain pens from $1.00 to $2.50
at the Journal Book and Stationery
Chas. P. Martin went to New Or
leans Wednesday to attend to business
A. Cooles, of Westlake, formerly a 1
druggist in Welsh, spent Sunday with i
Trunks and valises at
PAUL W. DANIELS.
Mesdames Clyde Kimball and F. E.
Doan visited kindred in Lake Charles
from Friday until Tuesday.
The Davidson - Wesson Implement.
Co. have a few odd sizes in wagons
that they will give you a bargain in.
Miss Ethel Moore went to Crowley
Saturday and on Monday began teach
ing in the Ebenezer district near that
Mrs. Sam Kinder came over from
Lake Charles Tuesday noon for a vis
it with her daughter, Mrs. W. W.
Waterman's fountain pens, both the
$1.50 and the $2.50 kind, at the Jour
nal Stationery Store. Waterman's
pens are guaranteed.
After a week's visit here to the fam
ily of her sons, F. J. and H. M. West,
Mrs. F. L. West returned to her home
in Crowley Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Bennett left
for Franklin, La., Wednesday noon
to spend a month with the hope of re
cuperating the former's health.
Complete line, styles and sizes, in
S. K. pants at
P. W. DANIELS.
Rev. Wm. R. Chase, of New Or
leans, conducted regular quarterly
meeting at the Methodist Episcopal
church here Saturday and Sunday.
Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. "Force," a
ready-to-serve wheat and barley food,
adds no burden, but sustains, nour
S. W. Marler went to Lake Charles
Saturday morning to meet his wife
and children, who had been visiting
relatives in Carthage, Mo., for the
past six weeks.
Why don't you put material in that
new sidewalk that will last? You will
find cypres lumber ordered especially
for that purpose at the
LEWIS LUMBER CO., LTD.
S. C. Davis brought to this office
last Friday a sweet potato vine with
fourteen potatoes thereon. Mr. Davis
said that three of the larger ones
dropped off while bringing them in
from the farm.
Night sessions at the Welsh Normal
Business Institute began Tuesday
evening. This promises to be a fea
ture of the school, as there were sev
eral students at the opening and a
number of others have signified their
intention of enrolling for the night
Mrs. C. A. Austin was in Jennings
Chas. Ryder and wife spent Satur
day in Jennings.
See Labit Lumber Co. for lumber
and brick at low prices.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Spurgeon visit
ed in Mermentau Monday.
Mrs. W. H. Taylor spent Saturday
visiting kindred in Jennings.
J. C. St. Germain, of Jennings, was
a Welsh business visitor Friday.
A. L. La Combe, of Opelousas, was
the guests of friends in Welsh Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. LaTour and Miss
Diana Seney spent Saturday at Crow
J. H. Caldwell, of Lake Charles,
was here Monday for a brief business
Labit Lumber Co. has 200,000 of the
best brick in the country ready for
A. S. Dwigans, of Ganado, Texas,
was here Friday attending to business
Paul W. Daniels returned Tuesday
noon from a business trip to Lake
If you contemplate putting down an
irrigating well, consult Hutcheson &
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Gardiner, of
Jennings, spent Sunday here the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barry.
Belt buckles and pins at
PAUL W. DANIELS.
P. J. Unkel went to Lake Charles =
1- Monday evening to be present at the
regular monthly meeting of the police
J. M. Aversett, of West Jackson
.y Miss., spent two or three days here
a. this week attending to matters of bus
Dress goods, notions and millinery
PAUL W. DANIELS.
mn D. R. Jacobs. of Ganado, Texas,
arrived the latter part of last week to
1i- spend a few days with Welsh kindred
s and friends.
J. V. Saum, of Des Moines, Iowa,
0 who has considerable farming inter
ests near Welsh, arrived here last
Friday for a week's stay.
r- Men and boys' underwear at
.s P. W. DANIELS.
E. F. Walker, of Jennings, was
a here Thursday afternoon and Friday
rh morning of last week visiting his
brother and attending to matters of
C. T. Naftel, of Macon, Ill., and W.
g J. Naftel, of Pomona, Cali., arrived
a here Friday for a week's stay looking
after the former's farming interests
s Selz shoes for everybody, from in
. fant to old age.
PAUL W. DANIELS.
h- P. H. Goodreau Saturday sold his
at interest in the drayage and transfer
business to his partner, S. A. Covey.
Mr. Goodreau says he will try his
m luck at rice farming.
V, Miss Evelyn Willard returned Sat
urday from Alexandria where she had
been attending the State Woman's
he Christian Temperance Union to which
ir- she was a delegate from this place.
Picture books at the
m Journal Stationery Store.
st, Rev. A. W. Turner occupied the
ne pulpit at the M. E. church. South,
Sunday morning. Tuesday he left for
eft Cameron to conduct a ten days' re
on vival at that place and on Sunday,
re- November 22, will begin a revival
meeting in Welsh.
in Lace curtains, rugs, bed sets, mat
ting, shades at
PAUL W. DANIELS.
) Y. D. Allen, at one time a resident
ly of Welsh, died in Lake Charles Fri
>al day morning. He had been ill for six
weeks, and as he was about convales
cent, went out for a stroll and in some
Sway fell, cutting a deep gash in his
head, dying a short time afterwards.
ar- For surveyors' stakes ready for use,
cypress, cypress foundation blocks,
12x12x12, square and spear head fence
le pickets, call on
LEWIS LUMBER CO., Ltd.
he The Catholics of Crowley held a
meeting Tuesday and definitely de
cided upon the erection of a new
cat church building to cost $20,000. The
ill plans for the new building will be
ly completed at once. It is hoped the
Catholics of this place will follow suit
and erect the new church which they
Ice have had in contemplation for some
s A horse and bridle belonging to E.
es M. Clark was taken from his barn
some time during the night Friday.
He began a search Saturday and late
ml- that evening learned that the animal
ay had been found by a Mr. Mayes near
,a- the C. B. Towler farm several miles
,v- southeast of town. 'hehorse was re
a turned to Mr. Clark, who says he
dr would like a little information con
ht I cerning the fellow who borrowed and
rode it off without his consent.
Grim Grasp Caused
Could Not Lie On
Dr.Miles'Heart Cure and
Nervine Cured Me.
Mrs. H. R. Jobe, formerly of Birmingham,
Ala., writes from Eldredge, the same state,
"It is with the rreatest pleasure that I rec
ommenu Dr. Miles' Nrrvine and Heart
Cure. I only wish that I could tell every
sufferer how much good they have done me.
Last winter I had a severe attack of La
Grippe, which left my heart in a very bad
condition. I could not lie down for the
smothering spells that would almost over
come me and the feeling of oppression
around my heart. I had not been so that I
could lie on my left side for a long time. I
got your Heart Cure and took three bottles.
I have no trouble now with my heart and
can lie on my left side as well as my right.
Formerly I had suffered for years with nerv
ous prostration. I had tried so many rem
edies that I had got clear out of heart of get
ting anything that would help me. The
nerves of my heart were so affected that
sometimes it would lose bests so it would
seem to stop altogether. It was on the ad
vice of a lady friend that I tried your Restor
ative Nervine. I felt better after the irst
few doses and two bottles of Nervine and
one of Heart Care made ape feel like a new
person. My heart is all right and my nerv
easmess is all gone. I newer fail to recom
mend it to others aficted as I was."
All druggists sell and rantee rst bot.
ide Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send Jor free beek
on Nervros and Heart Diseases. Addemm
D. Miles Medical C Ehb lad.
Southern Pacific Time Card.
No. 6 due .................. 9:25 a. m.
No. 10due ..................11:54 a. m.
No. 8 due.................. 1:09 a. m.
No. 5 due ................. 3:25 p. m
No. 9 due ................. 6:47 p. m.
No. 7 due................. 4:29 a. m.
Nos. 7 and 8 night trains.
Phone 34 for further information.
J. F. TUBBS, Agent.
R.R. Arcenloalx, I.D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Local Surgeon for the Southern
Ofce over Welsh Nat'L Bank. Rooms at
Welsh, - - Louisiana
G. D. RYTHEIR,
Oils, Varnish and
Jolhn I. Cooper, i. I.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over Cooper's Drug Store.
Office Phone, 15
Residence Phone. 26.
Justice of the Peace of
Prompt attention also given to col
lections in said ward. Office in the
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Cis
terns and Tanks of all kinds
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Call and see us opposite Cooper's Drugstore.
LABIT LUMBER CO.,
See West. Brothers
EAST OF DEPOT, ON RAILROAD AVENUE.
When in need of FEED of all kinds. They will
give you the benefit of the market and will sell for
CASH only and at a small profit.
..Also a Choice Town Lots
In the West & West sub-division. Procure one at once as they are going
fast. Terms to suit purchaser.
, I I ,4 -e - .
IORANGE LAND CO., Limited.
S Rice, Sugar and
R On reasonable terms, at from $5.00 to $30.00
FOR SALE 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
! JAI'ES ELLIS, J. B. WATKINS,
WELSH, LA. LAKE CHARLES, LA.
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Cline & Cline,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Land and Corporation Law
Offices: Lake Charles and Jennings.
Smith Premier typewriter ribbon at
the Journal Stationery and Book
Blank books, letter files, etc., at the
Welsh Machine Shops, :
M. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor.
. . . ALL RINDS OF . . .
Oil and Irrigating Strainers, 0
MADE ON SHORT NOTICE.
S. . . ALL KINDS OF . . .
I PIPE AND FITTINGS I
Only two doors from Postoffice.
Rice Crop of 1903.
Cash advances at 8 per cent. interest
can be had on application to
H. E. HIEALD, Welsh, La.,
People's Independent Rice Mill Co,, CoLa
Welsh Meat Market.
JAMES GLICK, Proprietor.
Fresh, Salt and Canned Meats,
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Oysters and Fish. Phone 74. Ice always on hand.
B. L. UGRAVES,
A full set of plans and specifications
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. My
residence is Roy Jones' place. Drop
me a postal and I will call on you.
The Scenic Ro
ST.LOVIs * S ATIOI
* NEW ORLEAN5S
ONLY 95 HOURS TO CALIFO
$30 SAN FRANCISCO,
O SALT LAKE, LOS A
and other points.
$48 PORTLAND, TACOMA,
TLE, VANCOUVER and
ON SALE EVERY DAY.
New Orleans to St. L
Leave New Orleans. 9:10 a. m. 7*T
Arrive St. Louis, 7:06 a.m. 7
Thronuh Coaches! Through S1
Library Observation Cars i Sperb
229 St. Charles St., Cor. 6
Phone 3639-11 Opp Telegragh
LUCIEN ROLLAND. A.
F. E. GUEDRY. D. P. A.
Plats of Welsh oil field showing
subdivisions will be furnished
application for 81.00.
Office with Davison-Martin
Estate and Loan Co.
Telephone No. 91.
JI D kI. BAL.
All Kinds of Repairing a Specialt
Shop located on North Adams a
C. E. WOOTEN,
(Formerly of North Louisiana.)
Attorney at La;
Titles examined, Charters dra
Will practice in the courts at
WELSH AND JENNINGS, L
Offices connected by long dis
Welsh, - - Loulsian
Good photagraphs 25c per do
Everything up-to-date and sati
Come in and examine my work.
Next to Cooper's Drugs
Hot and Cold Bat
Agent for Lake Charles Laundrº:
Queen & Cresce
Shortest, Quickest and Best
Cincinnati, New York,
St. Louis, Birmingha
Trains Leaves New Qrlea,
7:30 p. m., Daily.
Through Sleeping Cars
Cincinnati, New York
and St. Louis.
ALL MEALS IN DINING CAR.
Ticket Office, 211 St. Charles St.
C. F. WOODS, T. P. A.,
G. H. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. Agent,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON, As'tGen. Pass. A
New Orleans. La.