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Borg r , hinery
Th l'i :ii ,win naui inery iand tools; a complete well
boriTi ' l Ul:t:t, iltl g ,tool o,,,(;tib)oll, are offtel'e d fol' Stle:
O(tw 4,h)iir-'-); .t':' 0)r p li lt hlttior. ' I d1 ble cylinder enitlne (2 druims)
a ( lCawnto it . 0" 0, I i; .. ' :' 1 ',i, pr nonn' e'ions. 1 .dl sti r tl' -()t -
ry. 4 t'r w pul 2y , t2:.i h s fil w<i l r ' , I ,'')e, I anvil, 1 sledgie, I forice,
1 viee. one -inh flue expatnder. 1 a sUtI l Ilock, 1 8 hook, 1 hall bearing
S. 1 core barrl t, lI t inch xire wrai p d hl ''. two 2o inch to 4-inch hush
in-s. W ire -- iO feet inch -. l.-l' i,ett 1 incel;-. Valves 'wo 4
inch c, le. -inch ate. )i r ii-t,- ') ,.i !;-inch, two 12-inch, two 10-inch,
two I-;nch th't '-ich, ttiwo 4-ilnch , nter. I rive Ileads--One 11)-inch. one
li-itlc .. tl r.n, i-i,cl , two 1-incah w\va!- . )ril e I Heads )ne 10-inch, one i
iet. O(,: 4-n'h. 1 ive Shoe- o(e in:h. Slide Tougs--( ne pair 10-inch,
one air -icii, o, pa r i inch, on,' 1 ir 4-i nh. Pipe Tongs ---Two pair 12
inchl one ,air nt-i . one pair 4-i'h l i 'y iShotws- One 12-inch, one It)
inch. one ( -inch. i one i-inch, on 1 -i ien. - atirs --Two 10-inch, two 8-inch.
two 6-inch. two '-inch- Pipe--3;i) thee i -inch. 318 feet 10-inch, 525 feet 9-inch,
(i50 feet s inch, 139,.1 feet li-inch, 170 lett 4-inch, 40 feet 2 -inch, 108 feet 4-inch
About one half of the pipe is new---never been
touched(. Th e balance was used in an attempt to get an
oil well, and pulled up when oil was not found. If you
dcan use the above I would be pleased to hear from you.
H. H. THORNTON,
-- AT -
'Phone No. 46.
Local and Personal.
Car load of new flour at Daniels.
Miss Pearl Huckleberry was in Jen
J. C. Keller visited in Jennings
What's Davidson selling? Why
hardware, stoves and ranges.
A. T. Jones was a Lake Charles
business visitor Monday.
J. V. Kelly attended to business
matters in Jennings Monday.
Get your school shoes and school
dress goods of Martin Bros.
C. L. Spooner, of Jennings was
here Tuesday on oil business.
Fancy skirt and waist goods for fall
and winter wear just in at Martin
J. W. Embry transacted business
in Lake Charles Tuesday night.
Ring up Prentice & Prentice for
anything you want in either staple or
REPORT OF FINANCE CObMITTEE FROM JUNE 9, 1903 TO SEPT. 9, 1904
By amount on hand June 2, 1903 ......$0,353.75
By amount received from school fund. 94.24
Amount taxes collected by Prentice... 29.20 To amount transferred 8. H fund. 783.78
Amount taxes collected by Blackford. 381:3.18 To warrants paid ................16,562.41
Amount license collected by Prentice 25.75 Balance on hand Oct. 9, 1904.. 4,880.39
Amt license collected by Blackford... 3,913.00
Amt received for note ........... 3,800.00
Amt received for insurance....... 3,750.00
Amt received stock and fines.......... 44.45
Total receipts to Oct. 9, 1904.......... 22,22.5 22,258
By amt on hand June 2, 1903......... 94.24 Amt transfered to current fund
account collectin. ............. 4.24
By amt collected by Prentice......... 14.80 To amt paid paris Treasurer.... 1,000.00
By amt collected by Blackford....... 1,7660.82 To balance on hand Oct. 9, 1904 781.42
Total receipts to Oct. 9, 1904......... 1,875.6 1,875.66
By eton O .104. 10.00 To amt overdrawn June 2, 1903. 108.99
By amt overdrawn Oct. 9,1904...... 1)8.91)
SCHOOL HOUSE FUND.
By amt transferred from current fun I.. 7 3.78 To amt overdrawn June 2, 1903.. 783.78
This account is closed and droppetL
EXPLANATORY REMARKS :
:WELSH, LA., OCT. 9THr, 1904.
TO THE HONORABLE MAYOR AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF WELSH:
We, your finance committee, respectfully submit the attached report covering the period
from June 2nd, 1903 to close of business September 30, 1904.
This report shows a balance to the credit of the current fund of $4,.
8M80; a balance to the credit of the school fund of $781.42; ad the report also shows the
mematry fund to be overdrawn 619.99. The sahool boune fund which showed in our last re.
pert to be overdrawn 783.78 was balaned by transfering the sum of 71.t3.78 from the ear
'ret fund and as this fund had no further resaroeusthe aesouns was dropped, thus we And
othe atul bla eaa ds to b 15,5]o s9 of tthies amunt ,50a33 is o the ceedit
92the t t nl a ýa 9 ius thae hands o f the htax collector.
MA FIAC Coxnun,
Jas Glick Ras a Lake Charles bus
iness visitor Wednsday morning.
J. A. Costly transacted busncess in
Lake Charles yesterday morning.
Top of the market paid for good
country butter at Paul W. Daniels.
Gasoline at Davidson's.
A daughter was born Wednesday
evening to the wife of A. T. Senfter.
Guy Britton, a knight of the grip,
spent Sunday with kindred in Welsh.
Philip Coverdale transacted busi
ness in Lake Charles ,Monday morn
J. S. Gerson spent Tuesday even
ing looking after his interests in Sul
Hamilton Brown shoes, the best
make at the lowest price, at Martin
C. B. Lowry. of Jennings, was in
Welsh Mouday attending to business
Mr. and Mrs. Wmin. Barton went to
Lafayette Wednesday to visit with
Mrs. E. Shufelt went to Orange,
Texas, Wednesday evening to visit
Rev. Father Cools was in Crowley
Monday night, the guest of Father
Gasoline at Davidson's.
Roadmaster R. H. Callen, of Lafay
ette, was in Welsh Tuesday on official
About twelve Welshites attended
the Floto show in Lake Charles Mon
Look through our stock of fancy
edibles before preparing your swell
luncheons or dinners. We have ev
erything that is desired.
PRENTICE & PRENTICE.
R. P. Shufelt went to Orange, Tex.,
Wednesday afternoon for a brief bus
Furnis t Rooms for Rent,
I have two neatly furaished rooms,
well ventilated, for rent. Apply to
Mrs. A. L. Sargent, Welsh, La.
Ve are now readly to handle
--our crop. We will ,uy y ,.
frie or mill ol toll.
We make litheral advan.es ono
Srice left with us to be nloled and
Scharge no interest and storage on_
Bring us your samples and we
will figure with youi. lould you
Swanlt youlr rice held on storage
101- 0- for better priices, brim" it to us o
- anyway, as we charge no sttora'e -
on all rices we buy at any later
"l -- date. ý
Should you want to mill, we are
satisfied that we can get you as
good prices as you can get any
The JENNINGS RICE
MILLNG CO., Ltd.
'r Rice flillers
* Established 1895. Distributing Office, Jennings, La
h-- W. T. H UTCH ESON
W h o n
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PRENI GE & PRENTICE
THE GLOBE WAREHOUSE CO., Ltd.,
Warehouse No. 1 at Welsh, La.,
Will store Rice at regular rates. Low rates of
Prompt shipments on orders from patrons.
Rice buyers given every facility for purchasing
II1.. lv. WEST
Rice Bran, Polish and Feed.
I make free deliveries to all parts of the town,
handle the best brands of feed and am moderate in my
charges. Give me your next order.
Keep good Teams and Vehicles and
solicit the patronage of the public.
Welsh, - -Louisiana
CHINESE LAUNDRY, WELSH, LA.
Shirts, new .................... oc...1c
Shirts, all kinds.. .......... .....10c
Shirts, collars and cuffs...........15c
Collars, each..................... 24
Cuffs, per pair.................... 5
Drawers ........................... 5c
Undershirts... .................. 5c
Socks, 2 pairs for .................. 5
Ties, 2for ..........................
Pants. per pair.......... .....20c
Towels, per dozen ................30c
Handkerchiefs, per dozen.........30c
Sheets, each.................. ...10e
Tablecloths, each........ ......15c
Pillow Casings, per pair.......... 5c
Ladies' Shirt Waists, each........15c
Overpants, per pair ............... 15c
Woolen pants, per pair ...........25c
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.
JoUn. He UooU l 11, D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over Cooper's Drug Store.
Office Phone, 15
Residence Phone. 26.
1L,1L. .L O UU I .D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Local Surgeon for the Southern
Oae over Welsh Nat'L Bank. Residence
Plsts of Welsh oil field showing all
subdivisions will be furnished upon
applicaetion for 81.00.
Offoe with Davison-Martin Real
Estate and Loan Co.
Telephone No. 91.
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f)\ 1+)t, , )listaric·1· t, 14'1'i; ,;.
Next to Cooper's fDrnugtor
Hot and Cold Eaths,
J. D. KIIIBALL,
All Kinds of Repairing a Specialty.
Shop located on North Adams street.
$tLOVIS * .STATION
0 MOBILE JACPSOYLLtZ
Mobile & Ohio Limite,
Leaves NEW ORLEANS 7:30 p. ;n. Arrive
ST. LOUIS 5:44 p. m. next afternoon,
ST. LOUIn EXPRESS Leaves 9:10 a. m.,
Arrives ST. LOUIS 7.5: next morning
8ates to fit Louis all 8tur
20 Limit at Fair - 15 Day
24 Limit at Fair 6 - 00 Day
28.80 Return until Dee. 1
TICKETS ON SALE EVERY D)AY.
ELEGANT PULLMAN SLEEPERS
New Orleans to St. Louil
2 COACH EXCURSIONS EVERY DAY
EXCEPT FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS A
$15 to St. Louis and Back
Limit 10 Days.
$45,85 'enver Colorado prings. Puebi
or Boulder, Colorado and Back.
$58.85 Salt Lake City or Ogden and Badc
On sale Every Day. Final Limit 04
229 St. Charles St., Cor. Gravie
Phone Main 3ti39-L. Opp Telegragl
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
F. E. GUEDRY. D. P. A.
Queen & Crescent
'The EeSat Lin=e
New York, Philadelphia.
Baltimore, St. Louis,
-AND ALL POINTS
NORTH and EAST.
Through Pullman Sleepers New Or
leans to Cincinnati, New Orleans to
New York via Lookout Mountain,
Bristol, Lynchburg, Washington.
"THE SCENIC ROUTE."
New Erleans to St. Louis via Merid
ian and Mobile & Ohio Railroad,
THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE.
DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEi"a
Coolest, Cleanest, Most Picturesque.
Full detailed information furnished
with pleasure on application.
C. F. WOODS, T. P. A.,
San Antonio, Texas.
G. H. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. Agent,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON,As'tGen. Pass. Agi
New Orleans. La.
Welsh Mhat arKteL
ID0ICIAUX & ARIAUX, ý
First-Class Meat of All
Kinds always on hand.