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FLU'II: _ELSH, CXLCASIEU PARISH, ,L)UISI.NA. NOV EMR 19. . N
inas Sh,;pi; . now. are complete. A Gr it November Sho i:ag In Tailr J uits, Coats and Dresses for ' S, A display [i'' ('cl the best selling records of this ;season * land all p.e. . n. Whatever is wanted, whether it is a suit, coat r :e. the price will be found considerably lower than usu:i. :,g the high grade workmanship. i~ tin Tailored Suits at $25. r Broadcloth, ýq .., Diagonals and IHomespuns, long semi-fitted Coats, line I1 .t, arnd interlined for warmth. Many have the o, mannish elie in style, with full plaited, plain and yoke top skirts; color' :. re'y mixtures, navy blue green, wisteria and b - 'black. N x, Tailored Dressy Suits at $39 Tailored styles :n English Two-Toned Diagonals, Worsteds, Chiffon Broadeloths and Serges; Coats plain or elaborately braid ed and embroiderel; styles, slightly fitted and French back Coats new skirts, plaited and yoke effects, in all the wanted shades, at $39. Long Broadcloth Coats, special at $20. ailng Coats made of finest quality chiffon broadcloth, in black and colors, tailored semi-fitted backs, strictly plain and dressy styles, lined throughout with Skinner's satin. There are ten stylesto choose from, including chevrons, diagonal weaves and wide wale serges. Tailored Street Dresses at twenty per cent discount 1ast week's express brought us 25 dresses, which added to our present stock, gives us just 50 dresses; all are priced at 20 per gent discount. The materials are all the favored fall fabrics, in -every new shade. An Unusual Display of Capes sandsome Broadcloth Capes in the popular military effect, in t and evening shades' great values; are priced at $7.50, $10, 12.50, $15, $20, $25 and upwards to $45. Lake Charles' Biggest, Best and Busiest Store. For those who need the services of a skilled optrometist, one of seeral years experience and study, I wish to announce that I will be at DR. COOPER'S OFFICE ' lued, ;Y , Nover.'ber 2 3. . See me if your eyes are not comfortable. J. K. THROWER, Optometrist. I: Puhl and Gordon Bldg. Lake Charles, La. -: O= -*= -4a, The SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE_ THIS W AT THIS WAY, Sir. for the Best in Outfitting. After we say this you'll say: "That's what they all say." Sure they do, and it's for this reason we ask you to come in for a "See." We are showing some handsome Fall Suits and Overcoats; new models, that will make our Competitors "'Sit Up and Take Notice." We've lots of New Outfits for fall that we want you to .,so we say again: THIS WAY, PLEASE. J. 5. GIERSON, Manager, esh. = Louisiana. --l ]- - _ - : " RICE GROWERS MEET IN CROWLEY. ('orrect statisties, lIetter Prices, And ith Wiater lHnts To lie i cussed. id I'r eitlent VW II. (;ahliert of the is Liiulimi: ll:t i lica e n 1 'Fa In"r n .r's A\s c, ,iation ; to has isuiied a tall mit'tinii of the thr e ,lanter, 1f th,. statr, to ht, hehti ill. t, ( t'", V, Satul.rday' forenon. \Nov. el 20th, it. ' o'ciit'ik. It is expe~ tt' that of l' sidc'tit Iltir' of thle Texas .\s, t'ia- 1 tion, anid 'resident It. \\inin I the i m 'Texaii,-lanni nali 11ii't iv a rllt'r," I As- t e' s;(''i:lti it. and ar Sc 'r ttlirt' (;'ut', e of the T''xas s s ciation, will i ii'etient - and teliver a.tltlrtes' , s tiuo n tf iict onf st vital ii tetre ,ts to the rice Growers. li tiSeveral if rtL' uti, tlijicts weCillo bI a diseiise e ts in o hic ltills of the w pri)c ltion of i to ilia dis csitio'n :e S stlatistics f ithe of t inut of ao actual- tl S11ion hand,r e he question a f hldcsing ret for 'iilet', prices ad ald c)so t he ques- Ib tin f wor. ter routs, whiah is becolnin a a live issue in somthat tere sionllof the e rice belt, owing to a disposition on a the )at of stmnt, of the large canal n conmp:rnieus to demand it full cash rent \ for w'atter, instead of a crol) !s hereto- b fore. n It is expected that there will he as large attendance of rice farmers, both c from Louisiana and Texas, in and an enthusiastic mieeting is anticipat- t ed, A cordial invitation is extended v to every rice planter to be in at- t tendance at this meeting. a ii. - r Big Rice Company Modifies Its Demand For Cash Rent. The Crowley Signal is authority for the statement that the directors of the Louisiana Irrig-ation and Mill Company, at a meeting held Thursday, materially modified their demand for $6.00 per acre cash water rent for the coming season. This demand of the company was met by strong oppsition on the part of the planters, who claim ed that by demanding a cash rent the company was not bearing their share of the risk in producing acrop They argured that while the company de manded a sure thing in the way of payment, they gave no assurance of being able to furnish fresh water in º sufficient quantities to make a crop, in case of an exceptionally dry season such as the past one has been. Ac cording to the last ruling of the board farmers will he given the option of contracting, for $6.00 per acre cash rent or fo.- one fourth of the crop, Swhere rice grades Nos. 1.2 3.4, rice gradiv! lower tihat No. 4 a cash rent will .': requiredl. President L:Lwernce, Sof the c mpn:i!y, is iniclinel to believe that the f:irn:er will accept the present prop i:,t on. " Low Grades of Rice to be ('onverted Into Feed. The Louisiana Grain & Milling Co. lays a business proposition before the farmers, elsewhere in this issue. Feed of all kinds is one of the big expenses on the farm; and instead of buving Ithe expensivekind shipped in from to take each farmer's low grade rice Sand grind it up into feed for him. This will pay a double profit. Not only Idoes it givethe farmer $3.25 a barrel for his low grade rice, for that is what the feed costs him, but it helps increase the price of what he has left by increasing the consumption of the grain. Drop in'at the offices of the grain company and let them ex plain their plan to you.-Lake SCharles American. W l,,lsh. a,, Othe.r, e , ', l r. : O! * The foll ,vin! art't i, il ,'d 1 friot the [ k, k harls, .\nl, rih\ an, dive; an i idea of \Vcl_,i, ai ,thrI -e it, aind 0 0 iS So trll'" 't a tiulal 'II ,lltliIIiis that le take plea unr in reproI' t I ini it: I '\"Weslish, whih i I('ated on the " Southern 1 cih railroad inll the east-' ern pairt of C;iletaSil Mi a 'ih., is Il,, oaf thi e ve vlt' \ ,it t.,(I !r Il til, ', w;tr [t i ll I - of the stale. Tlh e iexact lo ti iirs I-i miles west of lJennings' and ".i lilile east o(f Lake 1'harlh s. "While the iand ar(u in \V lhiil is e gpiven uip to be 7 lts (of t 'he 1 -,t in thie state, andil ill ;rIw ani\thltii. in the line of garden and farm pIrol Its, the principal ('rol raised there, a every- I whiere in the iparish. is rice. I tic e seeoll)s ill ihave ,ttlei ile start, and the farmers have been ve iv sute essfnl, iimost (of them hbeing wvll-to-do and linrospleriulis, lriigation canals t radi ate in every di'ijretion, and in the 9 early Siummer when the rice is heingi watered, look like smiall rivers run- l ni t everywhere. The cro(l aroutnd Welsh this year, as elsewhere, had been good. There are two big rice e mills and two warehlouises, furnishing/ splendid facilities for disposing of die crop. "Welsh has a splendid oil field ( three miles west of the city, which, while not so large as her sister city, the oil is nevertheless of a high grade 4 and the Southern Pacific railroad recognizing its value, has built a re finery there, at which the oil is re fined for its lubricating qualities. All the machinery of the Southern Pacific system, it is said, is lubricat- I ed from oil refined from the wells at Welsh. "Welsh is amply provided for in the way of schools and churches. The citizens have seen to it that ample room is had for all the school child ren, who are taught by competent teachers. The churches, which em Sbrace almost all the various denomi nations, are presided over by good pastors, who are God-fearing, and have the esteem of the entire com munity. "The business men are enterprising, liberal and orogressive, and if you are looking for a place to settle down, where you can find good land, good schools and churches, hosuitable peo ple and a place where you can enjoy n life, you can do no better than to go Sto Welsh." i eeded Rain Fell Tuesday evening This section was visited by a ,lfod e shower Tuesday evening that wis beginning to be needed, while the following morning was clear and bright giving promise of a continua d tion of the splendid weather that has prevailed. without exception here the entire fall. The cu stomary heavy the finest harvests that has ever been known. Not only has the rice been saved without being damaged by Srain, but the ground is now in excel lent condition for fall plowing, as a result of the limited ralinfall of the past few months, Notice to Hunters. it Notice is hereby given shat all per e sons found hunting or trespassing on n the following described property will f be prosecuted to the full extent of the - law: SWkofNE r ), SEof N W ke , Sec 10, T 8 Rt , ,i I .. . ,. I.-,|l OO9"AE~iAAtt.iý 7?tom 'ý'' _ r; ^C' ,+ f'i • . .. ,, z - - + --- a]_ T . things11" _.).to . ,'_ eat.. +< :, , . ,..:r,.. + m, k d rc e i, etc., such as ?'m .h r u!'.;d it mak~e. ,utit S9 there are good things t: wear that deserve attention; your attention. We\' have a lot of I them here; mad, espcially for ls. S tc., suhart, Schaffner & Marx t S Finthere Cothe are the d i chief among them, aibut we can fit you out in Fine shirts, : SNeckwear, Underwear, loves, oots, Shoes, Hats, Hosiery, Dry Goods,, Comforts, Blank S ets, Laces, Embroidery, Ladies' Hats,! : Ladies' Coats; things for dress or every day ! 11use; all as good as can be foun:d in the Eastern Mlarkets. I Best values always at t . * S140 OAIN O S0 *00 Hats,"""" Hosiery, Dry Goods, Comforts, l""lank Notice To Tresspassers. Notice is her',by given that any annl all parties found cutting timber from or tresspassing on any land or lands owned by me will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Chas. Ityder. THANKS[(lV ING POST CARDS ournal oo' Tk Store. Journal Book Store. EDDY B RO '. DRY GOODS CO., Ltd. LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA Write for plan to refund your fare when you visit Lake Charles (Members of Lake Charles Trade Extension Association) If you are unable to make the trip to do your buying you are invited to avail yourself of the use of our IMAIL OTYDEr DCPAr-IVECNr Order anything you need and this department will oh tain it for you. Charges prepaid on $5.0(( purchases or more. Fashionable A Suit Showing Long Coats t $16 at $16.30 $ .9) to $32.5() Two, secial ;arents in i mrnedium weight, satin lined Trim Tailored Styles in fitted Pruenella stripe. and semi-fitted coats ot varied A ulain tailored style with lengths, novel long waisted widie lapel and plaited skirt. effects and distinguished look- shown in navy and Ive. All ing Cossack styles, both of sizes. novelty Cheviots, Cravenettes and Homespun effects. Distinctive Also natty looking models in Herringbone Serges, Craven- Suits ettes, Broadcloths. Novel fabrics in tans, blues, greys, Modcl of but one of a kind and blacks. shown in a range covering .thtorou'hl the fieli ,,f desir:, Sle stylces. lhey represent the SSwe l s d'ilv arrivals fromu our New Swell Styles York resident hIvorand show the later "ear marks" of faslh in Capes ios lictates; pri.es to s15 $9.50 to $2 .00 Winter Furs Dainty Imported Broailclotlh pT h: :u .,,' . , i 1i e:-on Capes, in gray, green, red f tl:e .iývl., , :i ,hrimi)p, rose and blue. \ thIrow ,::e;it-, withi ru lii ,.,. wile v:irietv of designs f(r or eml1ire nl itY to t..F:t S street :atn:i for ire-sv w' .,r. I i , ,(. : f. ;((, t i, $_!2 i, ' -_"