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ST and ery Sack aATe ,, -+ IX , . ,.I ~~~· · I0 at thagt y u rea:q z Paint at Cpgprs L ..ayett.., . onose will need 4 trs a~oLd bus Sai'sware, - Mrs Paul W. Daniels iday afternoon in Jennings.i 01oiiie Daughenhtaugh visited as in Jennlngs Sua.y afleri - irr'ens. a .4in Jaenninsf Sndaesn aJen - .-.. SWelsa Wth, os oi gt, teo f'om turday until Tuesday replen ishin is stock of goods. Scott 8f Jennings, were here a shorti . WnE Ramsey and W am. Pen dress do s d gkei C e a i- y Vnst fok -rs Tuesday. r Sýg I e .ti Siort of te i ,' e Of Ladies' Spring Triitmed -you want in elihor jteQr". eym. `Yo simm. ..- ... e .o turor lTesa rep h is stock ofg he machine and giles t the 'Wet. a and linemt"- ,o 25. I rustsnorthof ,.tow . from turday until Tuesday replen. Ru' r ''& tPi t Scott,f~f of Jennings, were here a short . eQ Qe.Qu A Creseent Rout. ';! The drt line, andth ough, Pullman 'alace a tietween New Orleans and 'ew York, via Chatanooga (Lookout Mountain) Bristol, Roanoke, Lynch burg, Washhbgton, Baltimore and Philadelphia; also through sleepers between New Grleans, Cincinnati and St. Louis. Double Daily Service Dining cars on all through trains. For, informa tion regarding World's Fair trip ap ply tolmy agent, or C. F. WFoods, T. P.' A., S~. AntoniO,-' Tes. At the Adventist Chureh. Last Sunday night at the Advent= ist school house Pastor Horton spok ."n the subjec:t "Two Covenants, '~ having in view the answering of someI objections entertained by some Christ ians against keeping the Sabbath o the Decalogu,. viz.: the seventh day.:" He said in substace: M iLn'i good peq.le today are telling,. when ithe b0 bth truth is present ed 'tiat the law of Ten Commandments. S,'ai,bpa~· g.tte Cross, and thatl' since Christ's death that law has not been operative. These point to th ;; enadevi ittab~if &icith i ter tleinote the 1i* of Ten, Foeipanndmets, -:and as such was "abolUphed. Sc ip ures are quoted, . bne tirtiop of cwblh is to be found in brw ~~~'. If, when Scripture: -ote iI --ilrof thib'S-piltife per ing to t ol eRa iil $eG was q oted ,"'it would save our friends r'TM tbK1iplt jfit-lv hThei[oresEst Ls ail error. ,!Fo 4P ;r sd4.u' 1 all of a''ais referetii e to theii bu~ct of the" first a ' well as the second eovenants Seipki t p. the iliitM of the peo-. - ple ,o. God to keep their promise,`'.. irwhlli Made the first covenant faulty, se -e i- t1e afit4bd oitseith I Jwhich` :4 b'frst- devpnan' ttrte .i"fad'ej viz.: b ' TYA , omlmhndme t 1*:.- "'further,' tf "a b W od.nR'*hih the first cove 'rt1 'is adpe :is the 'bTen Ctuomand ept aw. XUot, ' iy -ot? and wLat Is. v . ' es of the pew cooenant] p iei ed'ia Jer. 4ll:33; Heib. -$10; S s"" is is aoi impor tin a ,li tle mowr e; .an a utere't olhawdth t, ersia and words. "ý c Q4 s 1pj plupdsess the law Sserve? It poing opt sin, 1 John 3:4; " Rom. 7:7; Jameas 2:L. . It was iand is the, podagoftEh to/abringa us to Toiwab purpoe. oe-.tihe gospel. s. ie p ýte:'itb,te ~va. . froem sin seot t 1;21. The supreme object of anti son ss " nseakrot teo q. it p ed to b ire4ºpese thnam e ,dhb5 -an e t -hou stimtli: h fktf 1;" ; i xcs it * tail fure of being in isarmony with the 1 i týhomtrthetsandment, which calls for the keeping of the seventh day, the d ay God blessedn and miatd for man; s Gen. 2:2-3; Mark 2:27. The seventh ; daylfs not the Sabbath because it is : the seventhe, ay of the week, , but- be ' iaeuse G"d made of the sevirith day of the *dek. the' Sabbath, and that is the reason He gives in behalf of our #bserving it. Escbdas 29;o 0-.1. The speaker then quoted many Scriptie eshowiang the iinchangable Sa ter of God's law, that Christ n dI io come to itabolish a jot or a titt1' of .the same; was Himself a Sab d batheeper as were also his apostles. He al referred to the literature of the difrnt denominations, admitting the follo gpointsi.. Neither.Christ S.nor the aptle changed or author f 'ized 'any Mange of the Ten Com rqandiept lw, no bible warrapt .for, ~be obserret of Sundapy.centsiries of the christ n era' passed before Sunday was obderved as the Sabbath, y the eccleiastical l` for t he observance lit Ef undAv was s he product of the Romdan pathlic ch oh, which cl.irzi hWelsh ushaivan ine pr " pt . '·PTaken Up. I have. now in my possession a 4 small bab nmare pony : taken up o 4i( pwnen' cidinh ve .siMbeby proving z- property and paying ch ar es. 4-8 J. S. DEWOLF, W elsh, La. 'Notice, is dbhieied at WeiTsh, ' ousifana, anLd n- conppos4,, f A. E. Bell az~ HI...j Sa te$, hereb dissolved. 1 'all coiin to ons P' the bups 4 Q'bP ~.ntiD4t ed AT' A:li i3ell, whoai xeu'al ligations of same and will collect all 'a debts due said firm. rt Welsh, Louisiana, April 25th, 1904. Itf~-.:l· 'I: r ri.~~~L;L1~sAU. S S I 'L LEE Yo8edtionA proiptly attehded to. f TitlpfEEý aiged, Charters Dri*n, Abstracts Furnished. f , Will practice in the ettids f `ta~i by long distance telephone. LOCAL OpFFIC: - Over Cooper Drug Co'. Store. - 2.: weep good Teams, and Febicles and y solicit the patronage of the public. Beautifully illustrated books for oung people at fe; Journslh Book ",nd Stationery Store. Welsh, Louisiana, 'SURVEYING AND LEVELING DONE PROMPTKY AT RE-. SiONABLE RATES. Office with H. E. HEALD at the Globe- Ware House. 19WNESELAUi)RY, WaELSfl LA. Shirts, new .... ..................10e Shirt ,.all kinds. ..................Oc Shits, collars and cuffs ........... 16e + oll rs, each ...................... 24 Cuffs, per pair.................... d50 ightshirts, each.,.. .... .......1c rawers .......... ................. 5o ndershirts... . ................. 60 iks,- pairs for.................. 8 ies, 2for.......................... c at,, e.ch .....................20 ants. per pair........... ......20 Vests, each........................1 o.wels per dozen..:.............30e ndkerhiefs, per dozen.........30c -each :r................ 10e ablecloths, each............ ....15c llow-.Casiugs, per pair.......... do Putpae~s, each.............25a adie Shit WTists, each.........1f Ove rp~hits perair .............. e overcoat........................15e 3Woolen pants, per pair...........25e Wool oo .: ..... ........256 Errors, if any, should be reported within 24 hours, accompanied by orig inal list. Unless list accompanies bundle ours must be accepted as cor rect. No goods held over 60 days. Terms cash. Positively no credit. Low Colonist Rates. .The Southern Pacific announces that from March 1st to April 30th, inclu save, there will be on sale daily low colonist one way tickets -from all 'points in Louisiana and Texas: to points in california, affordidg an op *portunity `tor men of limited means to travel to the Pacific coast at a very 8inal coqst., These periodical low rates have proven very popular and it is 'quite likely that many will take ad vantage of them during the period in dicated. The Southern Pacific oper ates free reclining chair cars and Pull man tourist sleepers all the way tlrough, which, with the use of cinder less, oil-burning ' locomotives, 'make 'travel far more comfortable than ever before. Those desiring information can obtain same by applying to near est agent or writing T. J. Anderson, G. P. A., at Houston, orF. E. Bat turs, A. G. P., 1New Orleans. Qdeen &Crescent ROUTE Yipb -Emeost rine -TO - New Yorke Lhirleihia. BaltimoreL 6tIrus, C~ncinnati, Washington, B.irmingham, Chattanooga, AND ALL POINTS NORTH and EAST. Through Puijman Sleepers New Or e s:.to: ieicinatip :New Orleans to Ne\fYoxt ±ifa Lookout Moubttain, Bri tol, Lynchburg, Washington. '`HE SCENIC ROUTE." Now Erl ans to St. Louis via Merid iao and obile & Ohio Railroad, RIRSI RO UTE .. DING CA S ERV G ALL,.MEaL. COalestr le est,. t t ztrsaqu. jull detaile information furnished w pleasu n applicaitn A % C. F. DS, T.: 1 San Ant nio, Texias.. 4. H. SMITH. OGeq' Plas. Agent, 7,w,' e' , Lb. R.;. AN ,st ti. Pass. Agt i )ýfew Iine . La. t ok trough our stockl ofawny 9d blea before rarn1g your .,well luncheons or dyIners. We have ev erything that i! desired. PlNTICE & PREN'!I. FINE PAPETERIES A large lot of the finest papeteries ever brought to this town now in stock and offered for sale at the most reasonable prices. Don't fail to call on us for anything in the book and stationery line, for here you'll get the best. JOUR1NALBOOK &STATIONERY STORE WELSH, LOUISIANA. lh s achin Shops, H.l B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. j. ALL KINDS OF Oil and Irrigating Strainers, I MADE ON SHORT NCOE. . . ALLINDS OF . PPIPE AND FITTINGS . O twoLdoors from Postoe., , Oýn ..=.= _OO"oo-ooboooooooooo Nmom DEALERS IN. - Rice Bran, Polish and Feed. We make free deliveries to -all parts of the town, handle the best brands of feed and are moderate in our charges. Give us your next order. Branch Store at the Southwestern Canal Com pan's Warehouse, Second Lift. ORANGE LAND O,., Limited.; Rice, Sugar and STirmber Land S E On reasonable terms, at from $5.00 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 JAfIES 'ELLIS, J. B. WATKINS, WELSH, LA. LAKE CHARLES, LA. ~89 ~ 1119/11ý1ý11 a®)O ARE YOU IN NEED CASH, SEED ORB FEED ADVANCES cOTn TAEf-ID CROP OF 1904. CALL ON THE POEPLES' INDEPENDENT RICE MILL CO., Crowley, Louisiana, EUREKA RICE MILL, Estherwood, La., or H. E. HEALD, Welsh, Louisiana. School Books AT THE JOURNAL BOOK STO E. Southern Paclie Ta ime EAST BOUND No. 6 due........... No. 10due ................. No. 8 due............... 12 WEST BOUND. No 5 No. 5 due............... No. 9 due.................. No. 7 due. ........... ... Nos. 7 and 8 nighttr Phone 34 for further into J. F. TuBas, Cline & CII ATTORNEYS A'T Land and Corportistn; Ofhoes: Lake Charles and R.. M'Coa iil Physician and Sur Welsh. . Local Surgeon for the Paciflo Railroad. S* Office over Welch Nat'L DaL 'Bf Sgnl sHotel ..., ProprInete. . First-Class MFat Kinds always on han& Phoiie 74. J. D. KoIfB AL Blacksmithling AND HorseshOl All Kinds of Repairing S=t Shop located oni North As . Oliver typewriter ribbont Journal Stationery Store..- . Te fWorlsFr CAIRO MNOBILE y NEW ORLEANS THROUGH SLEEPERS New Orleans to St: L WITHOUT CHANQE. Leave New Orleans, 9:1 a. m. 7:80 Arrive St. Louis, 7:36 s. mi 7n:O ROUND TRIP MATES.. 15 Going May 31st 10 S Return Within $20 LIMIT 15 DAYS :: $24 LIMIT 60 DAYS. $28.80 Limited Dec..r TICKETS NOW ONA SALE. ; Through Coaches Through 8leee Library Observation Cars ! Superb Ding U i.36 Joplin, M. a, n .i . ,45 Carthac Me., & . May $8 to 24th inclusi Final Limit flay 30. Extension June 30thOb tainable., $2o.95 Springfield, : ,o and Back. June 3 !and . Final Limit June ,14.. Stop over allowed at.-.. Louis on ALL TICK! TICKET OFF'ICE ',"- 229 St. Charles St., Cor.. GravI Phone 3639-11 Opp Teiegregh;Q NEW 9RLEAQN 4 LUCIEN ROIAND. A ,.'A:; F. E. GUEDRY. D. P. A. FRANK OFt Civil Etngieer,.. and Surveyor,... "Welsh, Plats of Welbsh oil fie3141 , bOwdi i subdivisions will be furnished ups application for $1.00. Office with Davison-Martin Be6 Estate and Loan Co. Telephone No. 9O,