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* B T 4 SEED!! iPure Texas Red ! JONES BROTHERS - * FEED STORE. ,*.* na* mn+an+*4*nn*u *44 *i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY I' INTfRICT OFFIIIALS. Courressmnan 7th Congressional District, A.'J. Pujo. Senttor Tenth Seltoriall)istrict.: C. H. Drew. Judge 1.th Judicial District. E. D1). Miller. District Attorney, L. H. Moss. Clerk Distriet Court. J. W. Gardiner. PARISMI OFFICIALS. Representative Calcasien Parish. Jno. W. lRohrer. J. S. Toomer. Sheriff. P. J. Reid. Assessor and Registrar. C. 31, Richard. Coroner. W. L Fisher. M. D. School Board. Dr. D. S. Perkins, President. Jo,. MIcNeese, Sec'y and Supt. A. Rigmaidea, Treasurer. Ward Ono-W. J. Call. Ward Two-J. M. Booze. Ward Three--am Kaufman. Ward Four-Dr, D. S. Perkins. Ward Six-J. MI. Nichols. Ward Seveu-W. It. Hargrove. Ward Eight-Joseph RIoberts. Ward Nine -F. Tebert, Jr. Ward Ten-W. Crietow. At Large -Jno. McNeese. Polce Jury. Pre::i lent, J. C. LeBlue. Secretary, J. W. Rosteet. Treasurer, A.'lligmaiden. Ward One-John Chaumont. Ward Wwo-Paulin Fontenot. Ward Three-H. J. (ieary. Ward Three-O. R. Moss. Ward Four-John L. Segrist. Ward Five-A. L. Perry, Ward Six-J. B. . Eaves. Ward Seven-W. B. Hauchey. Ward Eight--B. E. Miller. Ward Nine--J. C. LeBlue. Ward Ten-Geo W. Hathaway. OFFICIALS OF WELSII. Mayor. Jno. H. ('ooper. Trustees. C. E. Carr. A. T. .lones. Philip Miller. E. C'. Wiliard. E. II. Boling. Treasurer. L. E. RIobinson. Secretary and Tax Collector. S. Blacklord. The regular price of the Sat u rdt y Evening Post is $2 per ye. w but we will receive .sub. scrij~tions till further notice at $ i .25 PER YEAR. RIDER AGENTS WANTED No Money Required until you receive and approve of your bicycle. :yone on Ten Days Fse Trial Finest guaranteed to 2 1905 Modls $10 to $2 with Coaster - Brakes and Punctureless Tires. 1903 &1904 Models. Wi . $"*~ C7 to $12 Be M ............ Any make or model you want at one-third usual price. Choice of any standard tires and best equipment on all our bicj cics. Strongest guarantee. We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any one without a cent deposit and allow 10 DAYS ST FREE TRIAL before purchase is binding. o 500 Second Hand Whels 3$8 zt TEMS taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores, $ all makes and models, good as new.......... O HOT a bicycle until you have written for our FAO" RV PRIOES AND FREE TRIAL OFFER, Tints, buipment, sundries and sporting eoods of all kinds. at half regular price, in our big tree Sundry Catalogue. Contains a world of useful information. Write for it. PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES PER Reog ssI al'Ice $8.60 per pair. To Introduce $ 57 we will Sell • - rouaSample RIS TL A Pair for Only -1" o ET NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of 15 years ezerlenoe in tire makin . EASY RIDING, ·STRONI, 0 ea A f KrosO TO IAR seriousA DURABLE, SELF HEALING punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can be FULLY COVERED by PATENTS vulcanized like any other tire. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Ped for Catalogue "T." sbownl all kinds an. d makues t tire atat per net and up also Coaster-Brakes. Built-up Wheels and Bicyclee.-Sundries at san b . 0. gL OAR gg Notice the thick ruabber wed A" ad r hsmtu r *M"B sand "D." This fl wiu a iaa Bear. we will ship C. 0.3,01 RUOVI We wn allow a e of if (tbeseby mD' te =sking unrdm emmne urr m, Ti e to be rata uam t oar esolw nort sc examinattoe. MEAIOTOYLE 00., Dept."J.L'OIlOA1 , ILL JL.MC~lASO, - 000 TELEGIAPHERS NEEDED Annually, to fill the new positions created by Ittilroad and Telerraph Compaies. We wont YOUNG MEN and LADIES of good habits, to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R. R. ACCOUNTING. We furnish 7. per cent. of the Operators and Station Agents in America. Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools IN THE WORLD. Established 20 years and endorsed by all leading Railway Officials. We execute a $230 Bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from $40 to t40 a month in States east of the Rocky Mountains, or from 75 to $100 a month in States west of the Itockief; im mediately upon graduation. Students can enter at any time. No va. cations. For full particulars regarding any of our Schools write direct to our ex ecutive office at Cincinnati, 0. Catalogue free. The Morse Schoolof Telegraphy Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga. LaCrosse, Wis. Texarkana. Tex. San Francisco. Cal. Cline & Cline L ·aýr yrers, Collections promptly attended to. Titles Examined, Charters Drawn, Abstracts Furnished. Will practice in the courts of Lake Charles. Offices: Jennings and Lake Charles. Offices connected by long distance telephone. JohU H. Cooper, I. I., Physician and Surgeon, Welsh, La. Otlice over Cooper's Drug Store. Office Phone, 15 Residence Phone. 26. The Churches. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.-Dr. G. R. Mente, pastor. Sunday school at 10a. m. Sermon 11 a m. Y. P. S. C. E Sunday, Oct. 29 at 7 p. m.; Sermon 8 p. m.; Wednesday Prayer, 8 p. m. The public is cordially in vited. Baptist Church Directory. WEEK DAY SERVICES. 1. Teachers' meeting, Tuesday.7:30 p. m. 2. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 3. Ladies' Auxillery every altern ate Thursday at 3 p. nm. TIORD'S DAY SERVICES. 1. Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. 2. Preaching, 11:00 a. m. 3. Jr. League, 3:30 p. m. 4. B. Y. P. U., 7:00 p. m. 5. Sermon. 8:00 p. m. Quality and comfort al ways assured when you wear Hamilton-Brown Shoes. flartin Bros., sole agents for Welsh. Bring your job work to the JOUR NAL office. I.R. klrcoIniix, I.11., Physician and Surgeon, Welsh. La. Local Surgeon for the Southern Pacific Hailtoad. Office Phone 60. Res. Phone 111. Office in Davidson & Martin's Build4. ing, R. R. Avenue. .5LWVIS * STATION CAIR0 " NONTOMO W * MOBILE JACnoINt NEW ORLEANS -THE Cool and Sconic 1oute L11 g ill 4 SWI C PORTLAND. ROUND TRIP Portla=.d, or Califon .ia INCLUDING Colorado, Return limit 90 days. GO ONE WAY AND RETURN ANOTHER. Make Your Trip a Pleasant One. UNLIMITED STTP-OVERS at Denver, Colorado Springs. (for Pike's Peak and Maniteu), Pueblo, Williams, (for Grand Canyo of the Colorado), Los Angeles, Adamana, (for Petrified For rests), Livingston, (for Yellowstone National Park), Salt Lake, Ogden, St. Paul, Glenwood Springs, Las Vagas, San Bernardino, Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane, Vancouver and other points of interest too numerous to mention, Denver Pueblo, Colo rado Springs and Back. . 6 AUGUST 11, 12 AND 18TH. Extended Return Limit, September 25. TICKET OFFICE: 229 St. Charles St. Cor. Gravier Opposite Postal and Western Union Telegraph Offices. Long Distance 'Phone Main 3639-L. F. E. (tUEDRY. D. P. A. NEW ORLEANS, LA. The "good" sign in shoes! Everybody hasn't got them to sell so some people talk about themo But they are all shoes ought to he from the " Urfit" to the solid heels and soles. You can see the difference t ha t makes them leaders for com. fort and durabil. ity. AsK to look at them I They have the shape aid style which never wear out. FOR SALE AT Walling's Cash Store a& C. ROUtE. Cool and Scenic Line TO SUMMER RESORTS, MOUNTAINS, LAKES, IFDTESTS, AND SEASHORE. Very Cheap Summer Tickets now on sale. A~k Your Agent to 'Rute you Via :: :: ýn R ý RCSCCAT I e, Two Fast Trains Daily. Through .Sleepers Dining Cars Meals a la Carte. IlRr information write C. F. WOODS, T. P. A., San Antonio. Texas. 2i Billon Bros DRUGGISTS, Welsh, - - Louisian" Iwas 5BhkKeepbig,81stsl. FOR A PHONOGRAPHY,. SHIMUM TypTel~ .g In WILBUR R. SMIT.4 LEXINCTON, KY., For circular of his famous and responsible COMUERCIAL COLEkE OF KY. UNhIYER ' Awarded nedal at Werds ExpoMaim., Refers to thousands of gradeatee in ponltsqs.. ast otFll F u atame Ca me, includig *I. tion. Books and Board in fam , about I,. Shorthand,TypeWriting,and w aphs i iM. 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I Rural Route No............State.........* Welsh, La,. ........ vv~~~~~~~~~~~~ vrq'vvv'prv v v ~ vv . . WABASH ROUTE THRuo SLEEPSG "TO New York, Boston, Buffalo, Niagra Falls, Detroit, Chicago, Canada and the Northwest. The ShortesteQuickest and Only Line From Kansas City or .t. running over its own Tracks to Niagara 'alls or Buffalo, Time! and Equipment Unexcelled, SEE THIS SCHEDULE. Leavin~ur .Iioui . ........9. 1 a m ......12:32 p m ..... .:. pm1 .... Arrivin~.MtJetroib......... -0 p m......11:40 pm ..... a:3: m 1* lpl Arriving atdiuffalb......4:30 a m...... 7:3 am .... Im im . 0 P Arriving a New Yoet.... 3-50 p m...... 7:30 p m ...... :,m a m 7 Arriviusat Boston......220 p m...... p9:o u . :10 Unausstd Service Between St. Louis and Chicago. Leava.tloamis .. .9,12 a m...... I1:17 pm ... 11 :3 p i Arriv~oa Chicago ....:... :30 p m...... 7::30 a m. ":oo, SL. Lais, St. Paul and Minneapolis Limited. Leavigl5t.Soniis........~0 p m Leaving St. Paul...........7:101 Arqving.iq ibnea.eia.8:15 a m Leaving 3Minneapoli ... ..47:p ArntirSrwitl g Psua...... :,0 am Arriving in St. Loni... .-:00 D The New Pittsburg Line. J4 VAt,, Lou i.a .. ........9:1 m......2:34 m......1 :3' p ..S O aire .To o ...........7:45 p m......:9, 5 p m...... I1:0 p *.,...:40ID eitasbut..w...U..t: a m...... !:'. a . .. 4:,0pl Stopover allowed on all through tickets at Detroit and N'iagaraFalde. Meals.served in Wabash Palace Dining Cars. - lrs of vpJu. able tile sevel by purchasing tickets via WAI I. Consult ticket;agenbs of connecting lines or address W. F. CONNER, S. W. P. A,, U5alekS1m.me 202. aALLAS, TEXAS Southern Patific "New Yok-New Orleans Steams*Wlee" itween NEW ORLEANS and:NEW YOlt Stamer sails from New Orleans every Wedtesday at 12:00 noon, S " " New York every Weei:day at 12:00 noons "New Orleans-Havana Steams lise" Between NEW ORLEAN and HAVANA Steamer sails from New Orleans every %aturday at 2:00 p. 4 " " " Havana every Tuesday at 4:00 p. m. "Simset Express" Between New Orl[ns and San Fra |Iec Leaves New Orleans daily .ktI:;S a. m. Leaves San Franclsec dally 2 :45 p. n. Carries Pullman Drawing Room Sleeps, Tourist Sleepers,.trpmMb. nation Library, Buffet and ObservaticoCars, Dining Cars, Chair Cars, Oil Burning Locomotives from NW. Orleans to San F tij0co. Inquire of any Southern Pacific A.l9 for all Information. D. P. STUBBS, D. F. , P. Agent,,Lafayette, La. F. E. BATTURS, (Ge. Pass. Aft. N. L. & T. and L31 L 3 New Orleai. La.