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ENGINEER and SURVEY Sil65sor to A. E. Parent. g, Tramloads, Drafti rsad Blue Printing., S .-.- lavfnne Building, .CHARLES, LOUISIANi ..ther Paciflc Time Card. EAST tkOUND. Sdue............ ..... 8:40 a. *odue........ ......... 11:52 a. SOdue ... .......... 1:00 a. due ................. 4:06 p. 4due....... •WEST BOUND . due. ................. 1.1:. p. due .... ..... 6:35 p. *due............... 4:15 a. ...due. ... .........8:10 a. * Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. : 34 for further information ,T. F. TUBBS, Are .For UIp-To-Date ye, Haircut, shampoo or Massal TRY : IY HEBERT s EO P i dt;Door to Post Office. RAN 1H. KEELY Succ. sor to J. D. Kimball WLACKSHITH AND WHEELWRIGHT -Horseshoeing a Specialty. iKimball's Old Stand, Waelsh, .* * * . . L jI.0, G, EWIN( EXPERT HORSESHOEIr .BLACKSI1ITH and WIHiEELWRIGHT. Two blooks west of Welsh Machij Shops PHONE NO.7. atd Sale S IApsaf AII.Kinds, With or Without Drivers. 01IVE ME A CALL. CHAS. DAUTEL. Seed oats at Jones Bros Russian iron stove pipe at th Welsh Tin Shop. Rev. Carruth was an Estherwooi Visitor Wednesday. Reuben Finkelstein was a Lak ;Charles visitor Friday. FOR SALE:-One good milk coy Inquire at the Journal office. Mrs. F. D. Calkins was" shopping In Lake Charles Friday. M. B. VanNess is in Lake Charle' serving on the jury this week. Oysters! Oysters! Ic' dozen. flodel Grocery Mrs. Jno. Miller spent Sunda) with relatives at Jennings. H. .E Heald was a business vis. ~ Itor in the parish seat Monday. Mrs. Ship'man and son Harold, e Spent Thanksgiving in Jennings. Mrs. E A. Bourgeois was a busi aess visitor in Lake Charles Wednes day. A small store full of Real Bargains. Welsh Jewelry Co. Eloi Hebert was transacting business sn Lake Charles Wednes day. Dr. Jno. H. Cooper was a busi nmess visitor to the parish seat Fri day. P. P. Unkel, manager of the Noble plantion, was in Welsh Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. J; '!. Iall anl grandson. A. Seed oats at Jones Br4 Miss Katie Unkel is visil OR friends in San Antanio, Texas, 1 week. ng Samuel Cashner of Sulphur, 1 visiting friends in this city o Sunday. A swell line of Jewel and Novelties. Welsh Jewelry Co, Misses Elodie Hebert and Derouen were visitors to Jenni m. Tuesday. m. m. S. A. Slitter of Jennings, ca m. over to Welsh on business Mond morning. m. m. Mrs. D. E. I)udley of Jennin M was the guest of Mrs. W. M. But ingham Tuesday. n. Dr. Cooper and L. E. Robins - were business visitors in thepar seat Wednesday. Misses lone Robinson and Mal Miller were the guests of friends e Jennings Thursday. WANTED-A bright boy or g S to learn typesetting. Steady r sition to the right one. Wait for the Bargal Days atthe Welsh Jewe ry Co.-It will pay you. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Benoit Jennings, were the guests of frien in Welsh ths fore part of the wee Fountain Pens--all styles ai prices, also Fountain Pen Ink he Journal Book Store. M. E. Morse returned to Wel Monday morning, after spendii Sunday with his family at Jennin 4 P. J. Unhle, rice and sugar plan er of this place, was a busine visitor in the parish seat Monda Everything goes at re , duced prices Dec. Ist t 31st at the Welsh Jewelr Co. Jno. Armstrong, manager of tl Armstrong machine shops, was e business visitor to the parish sei Monday. The Welsh Machine Shops mane facture the best pump or heavy di ty pulley on tne market. Call an see us. Several cases of measles have bee reported this week. None of ther seem to be proving serious so fa as we have heard. Mr. Odell of Lake Charles, rep resenting the Smith Music Stor was in town Tuesday looking afte the holiday piano trade. Mr. M. L. Doner and Mrs. W. H SCline and daughter, Dollie, wer the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Carter, Thanksgiving day. Call and examine oui splended line of Holida) Presents at the Welst Jewelry Co. We areglad to note that the sidewalks are being repaired in dif ferent parts of the city. Let the good work go on, it's'needed. Albert Lognion is having a neal little cottage built in the east parl ef town, which he and his familS will occupy in the near future. Why do you scratch? Royalimn Tetter Ointment will stop that Itcbin or your money back, 50 cents. Foi sale by Cooper Drug Co., and Cres. cent Drug Store. W. T. Hutcheson went to Vinton Monday morning to look after the threshing of his rice crop on his Bayou Choupique plantation, south of Vinton. Gee. W. Cosner is spending this week in Virginia, Illinois, where he has gone to look after some busi nesf interests. He is expected home Sunday. LosT:--A fine tountain pen. This would not have happened if it had been secured by one of those fountain pen holders on sale at the Journal Book Store. Since you are receiving such handsome post cards you will cer tainly want an album to keep them in. There i· .n fiine selection of them ,s. New Goods coming ing all the time from which his make your selections. Welsh Jewelry Co. vas The Second Friday of January 1 ver been set aside by the state bo. of education to be observed ry arbor day in the public schools Louisiaqa. SALESMEN WANTED to lc after our interest in Calcasieu a va adjacent parishes. Salary or co gs mission. Address The Harvey Co., Cleveland, Ohio. me J. S. Gerson went to New ( ay leans Sunday to spend a few da with his wife and daughter, Rc gs, Marie, who is being operated , k- for a defective palate. Mr. Hubbard,° who sustained on fracture of the left fore arm Tuc sh day, went to Lake Charles Wedn. day where he will spend a few dan )le until his arm begins to heal. in Rev. H. M. Crain, pastor of ti Baptist Church, leaves today ft irl Marble Falls, Texas, where he wi o- hold a series of meetings, beginnir the meetings next Sunday mornin; Rev. R. N. Kilgore, who ht been holding a series of meetin, at the Adventist school house, le for Lake Arthur Wednesday whei of he will hold a short series of mee Is ings. k. For Ache or Pain For Sprain or Bruise, id RoYALINE OIL Is the thing to use. Try it and you will use nothing else That's the way they all do. 25 cent, 50 cents. For sale by Cooper Dru Co.. and Crescent Drug Store. ig Martin Bros. & Co. are puttin down a new sidewalk in front ( t- their store, which adds greatly t 3 the appearance of their store fran ý* as well as to the convenience of th - traveling public. o I ain't feeling right to-day, Something wrong I must say; Come to think of it that's right I forgot my Rocky Mountain Tec e last night. a Cooper Drug Co. t Re. David F. Lawrence of Alex andria, La., will preach at th< Baptist church at both hours nexi Sunday. Mr. Lawrence is editor 1 in-chief of the Baptist Chronicle the organ of the Baptists of Louis. I iana. SDecember Ist to 31st for Genuine Bargains. Don't miss the chance. Come early and make your se Slections at the Welsh Jew elry Co. Lodge emblems are used in vari ous ways, as pins, charms, bangles, etc., but the latest use to which they have been put is to adorn the barrel of fountain pens. Call and see them at the Journal Book Store. J. S. Dewolff made a trip~to La fayette Tuesday, going there for the purpose of sell;ng some horses. It is Mr. Dewolff's inten tion to sell his propeaty here and move to Port Arthur jin the near future. It is deliciously palatable, agrees with the weakest stomach, contains the most soothing, healing, strength ening and curative elements. Makes you well and happy. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35e tea or tablets. Co,,per Drug Co. Philip coverdale went to Sulphur Tuesday where he bought 1,000 sacks of rough rice for the Gulf Mill, paying $2.50 to $3.40 for it. He went to Jennings Wednesdgy to take up some rice recently pur chased there. Fon SALE:--160 acre farm, three and onehalf miles wcst of Welsh, known as the Earll farm. For price, terms, etc. apply in person to Mrs. Maud Ingramn, corner Lou isiana Ave. and Cleveland St,. or address box S03. Lake Charles. La. Taken up:-One small brown cow with white spot on left flank, about four years old has calf about six month has no brand, wild, has been in our herd since June. Owner can have s.-me ;y proving property in D. H. Morrill of New Orley tO has been the guest of his pare Mr. and Mrs. C. B Morrill, of 1 city for the past week. He is v the Pullman company and has has run from New Orieans to I)all and Constipation, indigestion, di as away appetite and make you we of and sick. Hollister's Rocky Mou ain Tea restores the appetite, dri ;ok away the disease, builds up md system. 35 cents tea or tablets. nm- Cooper Drug Co Oil S. E. Carroll was confined to bed several days the latter part )r- l:st week and the fore part of t vs with what threatened to be typh4 ose fever, but we are glad to rep4 on him convalescent at the pres, time. a Variety is said to be the spice es- life. The largest variety of feed es- be found in the city is at the Glo Sys Warehouse. It includes nutrilit corn chops, corn, oats, wheat br he and rice bran. Get my prices • or fore buying your fall supply. -ill A R. Arceneaux. ng Messrs. Oscar Fulton, H. g. D)avidson, Eduard Scharff, I: as Martin and E. M. Powers constitu ed a jolly party that attended tl ft meeting of the Schriners at Ne re Orleans last week, going dov SThursday and returning Sunda They report an excellent time. Rev. Price being absent, atteni ing the meeting of the Louisial Synod at New Orleans, last Sui ;e. day, Rev. Welch occupied his pu pit in the morning, there being r services in the evening on accoui g of the union temperance meetir of held at the Baptist church. to The W. C. T. U. will meet at tl It home of Mrs S. C. Bower, Wedlne ie day, Dec. 4th. All members ai urged to be present as business ( much importance must come be fore the society. Mrs. Bertha Bradbury, Secretary Variety is said to be the spice c life. The largest variety of feed t c- be found in the city, is at the Glob ,e Warehouse. It includes nutrilin( ;t corn chops, corn, oats, wheat bra and rice bran. Get ry prices be , fore laying in your fall supply. A. R. Arceneaux. Capt. J. H. Caldwell, grand lee r lecturer of the state for the Mason ic order, officially visited and in structed the lodge of Welsh las Friday and Saturday. Owing t< this being an extremely busy sea - son of the year, not so large an au dience was out to hear the lecture: as would liked to have heard him I, MIr. and Mrs. C. D. Grimes o i New Philadelphia, Ohio, started or B their return trip the latter part or I last week, after having spent twt weeks looking after real estate in. terests here. Mr. Grimes owns s rice plantation north of town and has great faith in the future possi bilities of this section of the count. ry. r Andrew Louviere, who with hii family moved to Lake Charles sev. eral months ago, has decided that Welsh is good enough for him, s, has returned to make this place his home. They will live in the newly built Russle house in the north part of town, for the present, but expect to build for themselves in the near future. L. P. Wilcox, one of the promi nent planters of Iowa, was in town on business Tuesday. Mr. Wilcox has a fine flock of sheep on his farm north of Iowa. fle says they are the most profitable thing he has on the place. HIe is expecting to receive two fine thoroughbreds from Missouri this week, which he purchased while up there last sum mer. The supper and ball given by the Ladies' Altar Society of the Catholic church, last Thursday ev ening, was a decided success in spite of the inclemency of the weath er. The edibles were practically all disposed of and later in the ev ening the young people enjoyed a social dance until a'late hour. The proceeds of tihe evenirn ::;,ounted *n I~'2FV1 'qi !1 r,.. . : its a PALMER SUITS AND CLOAKS Ve k ARE The Best Made You can buy t I them and everything else oi you need for I your ' Winter i Outfit STHE PLANTERS' SUPPLY,CO,i LTD,, 8 State National Bank Building, JENNINGS, - - - - LA. k €k3 $ It Costs You No More To pay your bills by c(heck thua t, pay in cash To pay hv check gives you convcenience, insures you safety. puts ;ystem and ac ,f curacy into every business trans o action. e All faclInts--small and large recei, t he same c'ae'ul arten n tioin. We invite your accotut FIRST NATIONAL BANK, $VEVLSH, LOUISIANA. Ai FIE TAILOR MADE SUIT :: SEG : :: 2 A. L..HEBERT. 2,000 Samples. Fit Guaranteed. Cranberries! Cranberries! 15c qt. at tlodel Grocery. C. E. Dobson, one of the pioneer settlers of this part of the country, left here with his family Wed'ies day evening on No. 9, for Rodeo, New Mexico. Mr. Dobson and family came to this part of the state from Kansas, fifteen years ago and has taken an active part in the developement of the country since. They now go to a new country where they will take a homestead and build up a new home. While we regret to lose so good a family from our midst, we wish them much success in their new nome, Card of ThasLs. To the many friends and nelhbors, whb so kindly assisted us during; the late illness of our beloved wife and mother, we desire to thus express our appreciation and thanks. .1. M Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. hIaruett. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bottorff. Attention, Ladles! Do you want the latest styles in Hats? We have just what you ned and the prices the lowest, a i~ a beau. tiful line of Dress Goods,~Coats, Skirts, Shoes, Belts, Bags, in fact, r;'er'thiig THE MORNING WORLD. New Orleans' New Dally Will Make Its Appearance Monday. The first issue of the New Orleans s Morning World will make its appear. D, ance Monday, December 2. This an. Ld nouneemcnt was made in a letter from the manaaing editor of the p. per to his representative in Welsh. The two big perfecting presses that will be used iu printing the Morning y World have been set up and all of the W news forces thoroughly organized for a the birth of this grest Southern news. paper. Calcasieu parish, as well as the en 0 tire state of Louisiana, will be thor. e oughly covered with an efficient corps r of co, respondents and a special effort will be made to print an abundanoe of state news. The Morning World already has a circulation of 30,000, which is almost e 10,000 greater than ~oy paper pub. d lished in the state. --- r Ther on me seeam why your baby should be thin, and fretful duri ,g the nighb . Worms are the cause of thin, sickly babies. It is natural that a healthy baby should be fat and sl.]ep sell. If our baby nioe3 not retain its food, don't expelr ment wish cf'i,: cures and other medi cine, i.lut try a 'ottir rf White's ; Cream vermifuge, and you will soo00 ee your baby have rclu,,r i.- laugh as it should. So, by a~1 dealers.