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f IRice I Chops." I -AND All Kinds of Feed I AT + SJONES BROTHERS FEED STORE. " ~++~++~9~~e+f~9$+~+~~ c Prociamation of Electicn, Be It i,,l,, ,yv tlP- Mayvor and Board of T'rustee-s (of the town of Welsh. La.. That the 11a (,r be and he is hereby- inirctr ed to issue his proclamati on ordotin -an election to be held in the town ('of \Vel , i.. n the first tda ,f ,ay, I ,. 'r the purplos, of i' ,1.ing a i yta . ,r o loard of of live tr .t :, to ,. r\( tr two years a,, too', i ,i , K ,e (,0 d::al -es of the tow, n olf W\.e. Be it [urn h o T ...lce, Thlt the followivn" ],ersou., he and are Lereby appoitt.d!l as cco:nissivo,et!, and clerk to holdhi said lecti o: U. M. Fields, A. E. Bell and J. W. Artstro, cornm missioners and Wrt. 1'. 1sseil. Jr., clerk. J. I-I. Cooper, aye: H1. A. Diavidson. aye; C. P. Martin, aye: ;V. \. Day, t aye. Passed the council April 4th, 1905. V S. BLACKFI'tD, Sec. t Approved April 4th, 1905. L. IE. ItoINsoN, Mayor. a PROCLAMATION- OF ELECTION. h STATE OF LOUISIANA, I TOWN OF 0 P UISH OF CALCASIEU W \WELSH. j( l:y virtue of the authority in me f' ve -ed, as mayor of the town of Welsh, io L:., and in pursuance of the require. r ti ats and provisions of the Charter C and ordinances of the town of Welsh, Q and a resolution of the Board of b Trustees, adopted April 4, 1905, I, ca Lee E. Robinson, Mayor of the Town ht of Welsh, Louisiana, do hereby or der that an election be held in the said Town of Welsh, La., relative thereto, on Tuesday, May Second, tee 1905, between the legal hours as pro- ev vided by the ordinances of town, for Ib the purpose of electing a mayor and I a board of five trustees to serve for a het term of two years as lrovided by Or- too dinance. That said election be held in the Town Hall, Robinson Building, and that the polls be open from Six Su o'clock a. m. until Seven o'clock p. mn. of said day. It is further ordered that all saloons d or other places where liquors are sold f in the Town of Welsh, La., shall close IHe their places of business at midnight or May 1, and remain closed until mid. the night of May 2,1905, as provided by Section No. 20 of Act No 12 of the C General Assembly of the State of to I Louisiana for 1898. Witness my official signature at tur Welsh, Louisiana, on this April 6th E 1905. LEE E. ROBINSON, Mayor. hers Crowley Has Smallpox. It is reported that smallpox has twe broken out in the city and that there R are five cases of the disease in one ca family. The family afflicted is that of MIr. Duouis who resides on Avenue H between First and Secqnd streets. Kini None of the cases have reached a Ft serious stage and prompt steps are mov being taken to stamp out the disease. Heb -Signal. are ,- Notice. are therefore hereby notified to pre sent the notes and other claims for payment. CI,\S. P. MARTIN, I April 17th, I905. President. OC San]1 SWelshlMachine Shops'[ 1 1. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. iSMOKESTACKS & BREECH INGS: . Any Size or Guage, and " * ALL KINDS OF Oil and Irrigating StrN:1i3rs, 0. ALL KIND S OF ,p oPIpE AND FITTINGS i Sto doors from Poutoffice. +*I WITH IISIIO'1"JN .AND KNIFE. oC. IV. Thompsonl Alliege to be Well + Fixmd for Trouble Mlaiur. Deputy Sherit' Eb. \Vasey this morning brought down fromi Wase\ and placed in the parish jail C. 1\. Thompson who is charged with assault with intent to kill, with a knife and a shotgun. lie was placed untder a peace bondti for twelve months for threatening A. E. Tyson and H. B. Evans, in the sum of $500, and for his appearence in district court to answervc to the charge of assaulting with intent to kill 11. L'. EvanN. lie was placed J under bond of $300. Thompson is an employe of the mill Wasey, and had been drinking heavi ly it is aid, when lie made thit alhtle.ged assaulmts.-Anmerican. Lake Charles City Election. At the city election in Lake Charles " Wednesday, Charles H. \Vinterhalter was rt-elected mayor by a vote of 352 I over W. E. Patterson, with a vote of 32.. G;eorgo MI. Kin u, aldt'rmtnui at large, by vote of :;32, over A. 1B. MciCain. whose vote was 2I. Fr t city marshal, ': P. Sparks ran way ahead of the balance of the ticket. and with 5,! votes. Two opplonents re 1 of ceived one vote, each. The following s and aldermen were elected: I his First V'ard --J. P Foremnan. I'. A. a I to Mc('o: Second Ward. L. lH Itte, 1). d( .on W\\aketield: Third W\ar(d. (. Mutr the haith lnd G. C . h Hoek: lourth W\ard. I1 ard E. S. Crosby and J. I). (line. +> two The mayorality contest was the ar w's closest for years. The election was wi qttiet, with hard work by friends of the the each candida te. The vote p(ill ed was so by the largest in the history (1 the city. erk " Is, Died. gr mn- Mr. S. A. Winterton, two and one r., halfmiles south-east of Welsh, re ceived the sad news this week of the )n. death and burial of his brother, Les- a-I jy, tor C. Winterton, near the third cat- the aract of the Nile river in Egypt. He dit was an expert prospective driller for smn ec. the Sullivan Machinery Co., of ('hi. go cago, having been in their employ r. about sixteen years. During this La] time he has traveled extensively and J been subjected to various climatic and bus other trying conditions, but has en- C joved very good health and freedom Moi ae f'" ,n accidents. He was the only one of t b, iof eight Chicago men who was able to day e- remain alive one year in the Gold croM t Coast of West Africa. He left Chica go about the first of February, and atio had barely reached his destination Fi )f when the accident occurred which Ann [, cau<ed his death, the details of which n have not vet been received. of tl O'BI ,e Fenton News Notes. e Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Austin of Wa- inth terloo, Wis., arrived here Thursday I'er evening to visit S. J. Fenton and hirs r gmily. temp i Mr. I. Drury, of Welsh, is visiting Mrs. ' her daughter, Mrs. A, F. Day, east of town this week. won Demi Walter Baker spent Saturday and tion Sunday at home. gift Miss Minnie E.Prater left here Mon- audic day evening for Lake Charles en route for her home in Fort Atkinson, Wis. . Her friends "and relatives here were sorry to have her go, but trust to have the pleasure of another visit from her. C. M. Porter accompanied his sister to Lake Charles Monday evening, re turning Wednesday morning. E. Doescher of Texas, was a caller here Monday en route to Glen, La. W. M. Fenton spent the time be tween trains Saturday at Kinder. R. E. Odden M. D., of Kinder, called to see his patients here Sunday lhdy evening. Miss Amy Thompson returned from 'Shc Kinder Monday evening. Fullington Bros., of Glen. have moved into the D. Slocum & Henry 'H Hebert house on Third avenue. We I are glad to welcome them. EUREKA HOTEL, J. C. KIPLINGER, Prop., CENTRALLY LOCATED. Careful attention, Cool Rooms, Good Service at the same Reasonable Rates. \IFEI. Stereopticon Lecture. ie W ell T lu 'as, ionl) lcaCy inoj l . 'ld( sli(.e: w ill he shown u1)011 1,, foot camas * [ illuminated by cahl:ici n light. T'h Si'V this lecture is the gr'eatest hit of the cen S\\ase tury. C(.'oue and hear I)r. Ment or C. \ May :, at s p. in '' The lecture is foi I assault the benefit of the Mlar's and Martha- fe andl a of the Congregational church. ce lond Iowa Notles. in;; A. The new recitation benches for the in the school have arrived and are in use. pearence The teacher and ipupils wear sunny to the smiles now a days. intent to Wednesday, Aipril 12th. Mrs. Fisher, placed pastor of the Congregational chuich , received several pleasant surprises. the mill It was Mrs. Fisher's birthdaty, and in or heavi- the early evening her mother, Mrs. M. alleged J. C'arridino of Kinder, arrived. Later friends with baskets of refreshlments invaded her home, and after a pleas ' ant evening they departed wishing her (ares many happy returt'ns of the day. S las. Thuriman had a ho rse so badly of a injured Sunday mornin by the early train, that he died. A .t Miss M'anud ('oltin's friends are glad 'o to see her again at the book-keeper's d or esk in Ilauek's store. ticket. If rac'tite makes perfect, the J(w Io nts re- (oronet iantd will 1 come,l perfect miu lowing sicians. The' a're faithful and dili gent at hand 'practice. 1)r. ('Calvert I). A. as haand master, gives them work to ,Ito, D. do. ut er- ()live Lodgce, I. (0. (). V'., and Laurl \'ard. Ichec.kah lo(d.e will e, hrc. ,t, on the eveninlg of April 2'1;th, the eig-it.-sixthi s the anniversary of tha order. A han(luet n was will be given and a short prolgratI and rds of the retaaiindur of the eveninl lspent ill cid was social injoyennt. city. Easter services, and sp'ial pro grams will he given,, at the Methodist and Congregational churches Easter i One Sunday. i, re-. ri uf the Our blacksmith is kept at work now- th Les- a-dlays by the buisy farmers who kneeIy) A cat- their farm imlplements in good con He dition. The only c(ompllaint the black Sfosmith makes is that he has no time to Al Chi- go fishing. lit Mploy Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hauck went to 'o this Lake Charles. se and John Storer left Tuesday on a short i0 cand business trip to Arkansas. en- Capt. John P. Slattery was in Iowa Bdom Monday, and arranged for a meeting one of the rice farmers at this place Satur- Sec de to day, April 22nd at2:30 o'clock. Rice, Gold crop diversity, dranage, soil prepl)ar. ation, etc., will he discussed. Art Ltion Friday evening, April 2Sth, Mrs. 'ich Anna R. Simmons, national organizer N of the W. C. T. U., and Mrs. Nellie wri O'Belrne, state secretery of the L. T. ar L., will hold a public meeting in Iowa c. i a in the interest of the temperance cause. re Eda v I'very one should attend this meeting. eft and Mrs. Simmons with her experience in aui temperance work, will give a lecture w' both entertaining and instructive and drimt Mrs. O'Bierne, it will be remembered, won the grand gold medal in the told Demorest contest at the state conven. ad tion at Jennings last fall. Her rare gift of elocution will delight any on- audience. 'ute 7 ET Didn't Take It-Oh, ere "Nol C( ve A lonesome Wil er.*,liam dollar A ter .WIas In his pocket Chat re- lilil. wife and I lis f . went by I through his trou- L. ler sers- Co'. You can't guess CL** _what she did. The Other Attraction, "r, ''lihat ('(clor of eyes 1lls the young ay lady 1you are to marry?" "Ileall., I nev(,r n(oticedl." "m 'She n1nst be Iniithty rich." e Truly Unique, "lie is a very i'relrl'kale man." S"In what way dtoes hie shl!ne'" "lIe can't sing atnd woni't." 6 Always Young. "Why is the boy(, orator so jubilantt," "1( has jlust I'receivi\ed word that he is a1 g'anlldfather." 9Ih PERT PARAGRAPHS. If a ilan Ihas (h'llhts the world does not ask him to lhav\e sense. e llowever, a rolling snowball gathers cotleitlerable mIoss. Solle imen Ictuall'y mean to keep the promiuises they make before marriage. There is nothing that attracts the at- LevesT. tention of an automobile like an ln-o. LEA cent bystander. StP 1 New ON S / 229 S stolen kisses are cheap on the face of them, but sometimes a man must put oe. In the rest of his life makln restitu tion. A Lelter to T. P. Lee. Welsh La. D ItuSir: What ~ould lc the result S o(f'.ellin o l t' paint with this guarn S"If you have any fault to find with ' this paint. either now in putting it on, 5 or hereafter in the wear., tell your dealer abcout it. "\We authorize hitm to do what is right at itur expenw. " That means pay damaages, don't it? Here's anothler guaratntee: "If your state chemist finds this paint ad ulteraled, we will pay his bill, and send you ~1ll. ' \We stand by bIoth of these guaran tees: as we are the makers, we know all about it. Yours trulV F \W DEVONi & ('0 !I New York LEWIS u'l If.lllEt ' SCell OlIIr Paint Toe lic, Farniters. \We tn save uti money on your ('.Ylinder and eninl oils this season it you will huv direct ft.t us anid satve thtie djol ts profits. ()ur oils arei li'st-cla- s <nd a111, have bel) n tested f1)' thH. last ' ear. W rite un for prices (W (,'all and get samples. (.'ur price, and term: are 'i ht. I'N TI''1:)( u l & ,.I, Io'.N+; CO-, S I. I. 'NS. A R nt., Jening, La. For Rent. Sev('tl r'() tlis over th ,ToIurnal oflice. l)'sirahle locatitn for otli.es. BANKRUPT SALE. .1 iAtll o , 1'.. 1Il1I. 1h:iril u t. 1 aited St t, . ]i - t:rtt ('i rt ii \\ -tern I itrict ,f l -l i:t a. l i'nlri,nIt to a:n mor,,r of sf le to ne dir,. tel il t " a , ,e, nit tt'I mattr. I': the ll . T. . "l',,vir. .fe e) e 11ii a: m, l t.i . ,tatt :,1irch "'Ith. 10,)3. I will ofler fi r sale at lnfhlim mate. tili to thl ' last a:lil hight't.t l iidhler, 111 tht tillmi oft `\1" i-i. Iia.. mI SATURDAY. MAY BOTH. 14,I,)5. eti tee il a] hoe's. in front of th., Vo.tmti, i, n Weleh. La., the fhllowitn le-,riid. rteal pri erty belonmginig to the estate of the JBaik rut ton it: T'hat eertain lot or parel of lanl -ituatel in the l'arisiufh t al.ame.l 'l ml iii. t 'l elll ' l tit ta i,)ii lt 44I) fet (teat of the soutihwest 'orner of the Siti..a1st (lquarttr of the north west Iuarter of hectioUn Nio. twitinty-.even, T'1. 1o, S. I.. W.; tlhence east 440) feet, thence nrth 0 rods (I :"") 't.!. thenlle 'est 440 feet, thelnce north inorth :Ii a.reo of th, sonuthwe-t i tl'tter of the Irl l'rwet q iuarter and the we-t :1) acres of the ouLtheast .utarter of the northwest qiuarter of sec'tion 1:1, ''p. 10, S. li. ". west. 'rernms-('csh. \'lIsIh. Parish of Calcasieu, La., this April 13th, lt)05. W. P. IRtSPLT, JH, Receiver. CONSTABLE'S SALE. Second Warl .nstice's Court, Parish of Calca. sieu, State of Louisiana. Armstrong Machine &, Well Works Co.. Ltd., vs. C. K. McFaddin and M. R. Boss. No. 1i7. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a writ of Fieri Facia. issond by J. I. I:ohichaux. Justice of the Peace of the Second Ward of the IParish of ('alcasieu. in favor of Armstrong Machine & Well \Works (o.. Ltd., and against C. K. McFaddin and M. 1. .1 oss and to me di. rected, I will at 11 o'clock a. inm., on Saturday the 22th iday of April. 190,, at the office of the defeonent place at the oil field of the Parish of Calcasieu in Second Ward offer for sale public auction the following described property to wit: 1 Oil well rotary A. W. & I. Co., 1 line. shafted sprocket. I drum shaft and sheoves, I dlrum sprocket, 1 landl line, 2 jack stand seized as the property of C. K. McFaddlin and M. I1. Boss, under said writ of fieri facias, will be sold for cash with benefit of appraisement. ISAAC FONTENOT, Constable. CLaLIEr LEEs, Collections promptly attended to. Titles Examined, Charters Drawn, Abstracts Furnished. Will practice in the courts of Lake Charles. Offices: Walsh, Jennings and Lake Charles. Offices connected by long distance telephone. 9 LOCAL OFFICE: Over Cooper Drug Co'. Store. - l " .LV * STATION CAIRO MONTGOMCERY N MOBILE JACKSONVILLE NEW ORLEANS To I, ouhai5 Edhi agm , Mobile & Ohio Limited Leaves NEW ORLEANS 7:30 p. m. ST. LOUI8 EXPRESS GLeaves NEW OR. LEANS 9:10 a.m. SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE ON ALL TRAINS. MEALS A LA CARTE, LIBRARY OBSERVATION CARS, e THROUGH SLEEPERS New Orleans to St. Louis THROUGH TICKETS ON SALE TO ALL POINTS. TICKET OFFICE: 229 St. Charles St., Cor. Gravier Opp,. ite Postal and Western Union Telegraph Offices. Phone Mlain 3639-L. Opp Telegragh Offices. F. E. GUEDRY. D. P. A. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Joln H. Cooper, f. , Physician and Surgeon, Welsh, La, Otfice over Cooper's Drug Store. Otiice P'hone, 15 RIesidence P'hone. 26. . & C. RO , UTE. '1'IITROUGII SPULLMAN SERVICE SVIA (llhattanooga, (LooI k Out 1iIountain) Kioxville, I B ristol, Jýd't~fllure, /i/tillore,, lPhiladelphia, also through Sleepers to ST. LOUIS DAILY TWO SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS DAILY TO CINCINNATI. ITHROUGH BIRMINGHAM, CHATTANOOGA AND LEXINGTON. SUPERIOR DINING CAR SERVICE--MEALS A LA CARTE. Finest Trains in South. For information write 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. Agt New Orleans. La. Ilumbenr, Lath, Shingles, 99 Sash, Doors, Blinds, Cis Sterns and Tanks of all kinds Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. 9 Call and see us opposite Cooper's rugstore. SLABIT LUMBER CO., WELSH, LOUiSlNAt. __ 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. iWANTED!I 100 MULES. Highest cash price paid for same at COATS' STABLE, in Jennings. HENRY & WEST, Jeanings, La. Physician and Surgeet W e,1sh. La, Local Surg.o for the Pacilic I'ailroad. Sout Office Phone 60. Ies. Phio , Otlice in Davidson ,& Martin' ing, I *. I m r. Idacate FOR A Situation. addrrWILBUR R. SMIT LEXINCTON, KY anrr~lr of his famous a)11'p~nch 'COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. N Awrarded Medal at World's E myý. Ilrtrre to, th'.uurn nj t ,'f rrn'uaU-a II Fsii Curt of Fall BubPnc, i, pelt, *s T, Ko nmzk, Fnl I r ma rth i WgaIpe- it ' r .it:OR -r NO a T!~" iont .rk)" rniueritr I fll 1-nu u, I la c~r SMITHl ralr.E y Li rlr-. e xi( n. rd WIILBUR R. SMITH, Liexfngton, y DRUGGISTS, V~elsh, . . Louisian Weelshb MeatI'keL Proprietors. First-Class Meat of All Kinds always on hand. Phoe 74.