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*- - + O V ,, 111t to g'rill youl'r rfei',. for 1:1E ). \\ hat ya'' you g(111 to o t ' (0 ' 1i' ) nIext 1111111 i.l " i'? \\" oftr FrlREE S TOIH i-: i 11 le ft with tS to : gri'd. \ 'e Irind YOl' rice dilli gluarantee not to cl a wI1(),le( kernel of rd' rice in1 your fced. 'e in ifte you to 111isIt our nuill. S- I uL S As"1 ( ,-' IF' You W'stt. SiJONEkS BOTHERS. "g.ýýý44ro·(r O+++. 4 ý:+ý9^ým0'O g-9.4+'+ ++++++ *++0O++0+++$ LOcaI atd PersoraI. Pay 'our p, ull tax norw. Bran and p()lis: at .lon'es ihrus. A}1frit .\Ia riu . as a Ji, ni'igs l .,i ness visitr iMontlay. Brn ut st p li-h at Jone, 11rs. Pald W. Daai,. was in Lake (.bar les \\'Vdntsday evening. Iteautifuil hrliu-t s card- and cal] euders at the Journal Book Store. Miss Nettie Shaw ,pent Saturday and Sunday viiiidng in Jennings. Best Oil at Davidson's. S. A. Winterton transacted business in Lake Charles Tuesday evcnin '. W. P. Rus'ell was a Lake Charles business visitor Saturday morning. Beautiful Christmas cards and cal enders at the Journal Book Store. A. Hebert and family returned Mon day from a visit with Lake Charles kindred. Ring up Prentice & Prentice for anything you want in either staple or fancy groceries. A. T. Joens was in Jennings Mon day introducing his new rice feed to feed dealers, Gasoline at Davidson's. Col. W. L. Ilolton, of Edgerley, came over yesterday morning for a brief business visit. Mrs. Vook, after a visit near town to Mr. and Mrs. Jno McClain. return ed to her borne at Crowley Monday. Miss Grace Sargent arrived home Friday night, after spending several mouths visiting kindred in Missouri. M. II. Hoag went to Jennings Mon day to assist in the revival meeting now in progress at the M. E. church. M. . La bllei and little s ,n ,,f Lake I haths ,. splvet Saturday and Sunday here Ciuest of the family of Ei. S. ('ar rol1. Mr. and Mrs. G. . Hammill. of near Fenton, )hoarded the noon train here lhnday fur a britf visit in Jen Liw I'aurviance has returned fr mn a miiinth's tripl spent at the World's fair in St. Louis and among old friends in Iowa. ('leopha Benoit, S. _Benoit and fam ilv and Mrs. .\ristile Henoit attended the Benoit-*Miller nuptials in Jennings Monday. The big jewelry auction in Welsh begins Monday, December 19, and continues until the evening of the 24th. Don't miss it. Watches, clocks, silverware and jewelry novelties at your own price at the auction of the Welsh Jewelry Co. from December 19 to 24. H. D. Gr;aham, representing Kelly, Weber & Co., of Lake Charles, was in Welsh yesterday morning inter viewing our merchants. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones came over frorm Iowa Station Sunday morning Sni spent the day visiting the family of J. S. DeWolf, near town. Eld S. B. Horton, of New Orleans. a prominent minister of the Seventh Day Adventist denomination, was here Wednesday night visiting friends. E. A. Welch, who, for the past three wee:s bhad been visiting his sons north of town and his brother in Houston, returned Monday to his home in Col chester, Ill. Rev. J. J. Jones, the new pastor of the Congregational church, arrived yesterday morning. He will preach his first sermon in Welsh next Sun day morning. HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES APPLY VIA 1. C. RAILROAD TO POINTS IN LOUISANA, MISSISSIPPI, TENNESSEE, KENTUCKY, ILLINO S. IOWA. MISSOURI NEBRASKA, S ,MINNESOTA,COL ORADO AND ARKANSAS. RATES.-ONE FARE, PLUS $2.00. DATES OF SALES DEC. 20TH, 5IST, 22ND AND 26TH. LIMITS THIRTY DAYS FROM DATE OF SALE. FOR FULL INFORMATION AS TO RATES, ROUTES, CO"NECTI2NS, ETC., APPLY TO TICKET AGENTS OR ADDRESS .. .. .. .. N. 1i. FiNCH, T. P. A., HOUTSTON, - - TEXAS. 00000000 llINOIS CbIl1NTRAll . 11. TWO DAILY FAST TRAINS From New Orleans for Chicago, St. Louis Louisville, Cincinuati, and points East North .. .. .. Direct Connection at New Or eans with Southern Pacific train in Union Station. No Transfer at New Orleans. First-class Service-Buffet Library Cars. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Pullman Sleepers and Dining Cars. Meals al a Carte. For full information, rates, Etc., apply to Ticket Agents or .. . N. D. , T. P. A., HOUSTN, TEXAS. CHURLCH(I NOT'ICES. S *rv l t'r \t'rv' S:t til lay at to ita. Ili. .\11 Arlu tili r N'o~t tl;iAil'ItNAt. IIIn[ it.'1 ri.. :r:'t \ "4 Vn!tid..at o tt :i1i :111' a i ,* r illllii r 1.i-- s, ·· I1?!- Li\ . '.or tit :,::to An. wni,' ' !ia [ II. fray. r S 'vi.e " :oil IIlti l1 rI1 I , IIL itIti wi vom.I -, i:iC tX. 0111 :'1, F.yli 1atr (:($n .t. 7 1 \ . 'I a ,at dl;u :nt t nlrll I iu:: at 1:1 "t I,\\ I)H!., i. \\". e lli 1 iill", -,up t.: .\ s Iat\ irt",ilit (air, Ii .. Iravit f1t,^t - t zins ,'t I tui l l- l ti ever" h ,u tat / ·I:::' It l Ii. ·/11 1 , I I ; 1,. 1 u. 11I,1 l 11.t t1 . i:\. all Iiii 1i.Fic 01 tllI t--·ilt ioniZ1i iylor It. ' ait~' illS .1. ,:t ) l.ln t o n 1' Vy \('1l poll t 11 tax l1()w. 1'ay }" ,)n" pll tax nw anit have the pvilhtiV of a vote. "ant\ b)x st:ttiionr' from -I . to -.,. Nothin would make a molr, handsome ('hristinas gift for either a ztentlteman or lady. Jo'urnal Iok Stor'e. For Sale. 1"ani'v seed rice. Both HIond uras nmll Japan from imnl),orted seed on sod. W. B. (;ahbert, 2 miles north east of I oanoke. flay Press for Sale. A setond hand hay press, in hood con(ldition. for sale cheap. II. .M. \VF\,;sr, Welsh. Ilice pos:ottice on Saturday, Novem ber 2t, two hig brown horse mules. No marks nor brands. Owner may have mamne by proving ownership and payinicost of keeping and advertising. LUCIUs COIBELLO, RIice, La. School Has Opened and owing to the delay you should be equipped the first day and ready for school work. The Journal Stationary Store makes a specialty of school sup plies, such as tablets, composition books, pencils, pens, inks, crayons of all colors and kinds, slates, erasers, sponges, rulers antd school books. PRENJIGE & PRENJIGE Hardware and Groceries Rice Storage THE GLOBE WAREHOUSE CO., Ltd., Warehouse No. I at Welsh, La., Will store Rice at regular rates. Low rates of insurance. Prompt shipments on orders from patrons. Rice buyers given every facility for purchasing and inspecting. Rice Ground Feed! I ant : pared to grind your poor quality of riese nto o:k feid , the flest quality. I os always supplied S, Bran, Polishb, Chope and all kinds of Wd .tsg. FREE DELIVERY. I. 1V4 WB II 5T For sale for (', sx Only. will h, .ubd helap for .ah;o: 011 ' be 11i ll' lil (';, ,-1 and 1) 3 a ' o ' . 15; hands, \ei;lht 21."' Ipo lnu : ,m, pair ll 11:!' lllull.s, one(1 a Irl'ighlt 1'red ! yeal'ri o(ld. 1) hands high, 11one a hchk ,kin e'-h:. "*eal's old, !l hand-. e t'i2"i a unt d": l.l(' '4 lllr 1 t(',. 12 itch ('anton ('lipe'r: (,ie disc har rnw. ot'e i'.;r harrow\, or :;-- inP'! lain fr'in wago,.r(),l, (one .10'orntick hinder, with .anva an l int t od re Iair: oie (li'e drill. l.'Fr furth er par ti,'.l n , al 13 to Stolen' or strayed. rom1:4 t: plae at Thornwtil, Li., Oct. ., 4,)l1ay llamtl'(. weight ,(ht Ipounds, with whit(' Stripe otn li(oe arld Sclar on rlight lind ankle. A.\I, one lay horse w'i_,hin; 1.100 )poundS, with wire cut on ett f:nut fot. A suitahl. reward will ,' p il for hli 'ir r turntl to ny' place or to if. M1. \Vcst at %V(.1,4h. F. J. W\VEST. For Sale-Lot 8, block 23, located at the corner of South and Elms street and one of the most de sirable business locations in the town of Welsh. Apply to W. WV Welsh. Surcessiofn Sale. STAT OF I LoU'ISIANA. ) 1,th Judi ialDistrict l'rAlwil oF CALCAlE1U,) Court. No. 1l'i7. Ut:s'CESSION oF JosEI'li Y. AND AMELIS llERTRANI), DlCEASaiD. By virtue of a commission issued 4o the 9th day of \oemnber, 19.14. and to ime directed by the honorable court aforesain, I will ofer for sale at Iublic auction to the last and highest bidder, in front of the I)avidson-Martin Heal Estate office. in the town of Welsh, Parish of Calcasieu, State of Louisiana, on SATURDAY, DECEMBE:R, 24th, 1904. between legal hours, the following described property on the following terms and condi tions, to-wit: The N. W. "4 of Section 23, Township 94 South. Range 4 West. La. meridian, to be sold in forty acre lots and for not less than l$.i.o0 ver acre, one-third thereof to be cash and pur chaser to execute Ins two etqual promissory notes, lpayable in one and two years for the balance thereof, said notes to bear interest at eight per cent from date and ten per cent ad ditional for attorneys' fees and secured by vendor's lien and mortgage with all the usual conservatory clauses. D. J. IEI), Sheriff Calcasieu Parish, La. Sheriff's office, Lake Charles, La., November, 9th 1904. Messrs. GoRHAM & GORHAM, Attys for Succession. Taken Uip. 'un,...,::y, lh),,',, b),or I. a r('d m ilk ' ; ,l,(8 l -I"cf'n i'+'tr's (111. W\ as til':f n u 1 it, I!ia f;, i , i " ri ' t lV' l( ll i til . " Ii, ai, nil;l i.; s1 liI 'r,,, l,".itho ttI llitl k (r brand". ()\nI'I' Ilnlty hate same by 11hit. pa i,: l ea t'.t ()r 11 pi' a. i ,rti, pubi , it l ., ;.p v in f, ' ( t , O f t - ,i'- - 1, r'I h., IL t., 111 Satillrdtlax. 1)(,',-m be r,1 ( 24. It 1. 1 * . M.. I'' .l,), eV . La. Addre. WII BUI T. LEXINCYON, ' For c!r lar of h: r. COMMERGIAL COLLEE OF :,', ".' Awarded Pedatl ait leaI, r.. iferr to th a ::.: ,f e' Cqot etII IFall iuaen,f. ('oErI), .. tion, uBook d1 I i f a+:'r b . ... I Shorthand.Tvpe-WritinFan:tl ,ie:'rat . v IMI"!he Ii, R m. ,ky ('niierit, I ,llh h ,. . i. . awaI+"r i ',:iIu:: L .t. .rarv(.r-, Itr, Nl evaeatln. l+nltr iri.w. ;ra tu,..' WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexirngton, :y New Fast Train To St, Louis, MOBILE JACKSONVyL ItEW ORLEAINS Mobile & Ohio Limited Leaves NEW ORLEANS 7:30 p. m. Arrives ST. LOUIS ::4! p. m. next afternoon. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS Leaves 9:10 a. m., Arrives ST. LOUIS 7-52 next morning SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE ON ALL TRAINS. MEALS A LA CARTE. LIBRARY OBSERTATION CARS. THOUGH SLEEPERS New Orleans to St. Louis THROUGH TICKETS ON SALE TO ALL POINTS TICKET OFFICE: 229 St. Charles St., Cor. Gravier Opposite Postal and Western Union Telegraph Offices. Phone Main :3fi:39-L. Opp Telegragh Offices. NEW ORLEANS, LA. F. E. GUEDRY. D. P. A. LIVERY STABLE. Keep good Teams and Vehicles and solicit the patronage of the public. Billon Bros ORUGGISTS, Welsh, .. Luisiana CLINE, CLIN& LEE, L &- y ....., _ l I t Ir 't , I lr't i'1n . t li . I . W ill ra(i't o n [t,. .,, ., Lake ( hai 1-s. ltt, : \ ., , .i. lln ll. and L i:t; ' ( hilt't l t'r 0 U ' m..l1', . . td L.i '.\l. (ti'1 1 1'i;: ( - 1' . li) ug (' . St'ore. ANT1MNY HE9EnT, SCity 4> Barber, HNxt to 4'o,,r' D srugstor Hot and Cold Baths, J. D. KIM1BALL, Blacksmithing AN1) Horseshoeing. All Kinds of RIepairin; a Sl, cialty. Shop located on North Adanis street. JohH. Uooper, N D, Physician and Surgeon, Welsh, La, ++ Office over Cooper's Drug Store. 4+ Office Phone, 15 Residence Phone. 26. 1 e.1. Mrcllll m , 1.U., Physician and Surgeon, WVelsh. La, Local Surgeon for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Office over Welsh Nat'l. Bank. Residence Phone ill. FRANK COTTON, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Welsh, Louisiana. Plats of Welsh oil field showing all subdivisions will be furnished upon application for $1.00. Office with Davison-Martin Real Estate and Loan Co. Telenhone No. !lI. Queen & Crescent ROUTE The EeSt Lin.e -TO - New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Washington, Birmingham, Chattanooga1 -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 MEaLS. 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'] Pass. Agent, New Orleans, La. R. J. ANDERSON,As'tGen. Pass. Agt New Orleans. La. Welsk blat l ari et, Preprleters. First-Class Meat of All Kinds always on hand. Phome 74.