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The JEI: 'NG5 RICE iMilLL has roon for 15,000 bags u, stoage rice, and can help you cut expenses C on your crop. If You Store With Us there will be no charge for storage when we buy. 0 If you s'll to other buyers the storage charge will be the usual warehouse rates. This is worth 8 considering when prices are so low. We will 8 also sell. 8 Cheap Feed! 8 BRAN, the Best lade : : $16.00 8 Special price on Round Lots. We also have 8 plenty of POLISH and RICE lEAL. FEED 1S CASH. 8 T H -F . .. . . ... -8 JENNINGS RICE ILLING COMPANYI 8 esh, Louisiana, 8 800o 000ooo0<',,oo0oooooo 00000,ooo. "It Pays to Trade in Lake Charles" Your Fare is Paid .... BY THE...... Calcasleu National Bank ACTING FOR THE TRADE EXTENSION ASSOCIATION which is composed of the leading retail merchants of the city, and all lines are represented. ....... All kkailroads Announce One Fare for the Round Trip to Lake Charles For the week of November 1st to 7th, for the Calcasieu Poultry and Pet Stock Show it Pays to Visit in Lake Charles. 14 ORDINANCE NO. 141 Deeding School Property of Torvn of Welsh For High School Purpose. Be it ordained by the Ma ,,r and Board of Trustees of the Town of Welsh, Louisiana, That for the pur pose of complying with the prvisions of State Law, and the rules and regu lations of the State Board of Eluca tion, relative to the establishment of Accredited High Schools, and for the purpose of making Welsh Public School an Accredited High School, that the Mayor of the tow'n of Welsh, Louisiana, be, and is hereby author ized and directed to deed and convey the public school property of the Town of Welsh, viz: Block No. 44 of the said Town, together with all the buildings and improvements thereon or thereto belonging, to the Parish School Board of the Parish of Calca sieu. Vote of Committee. R. M. Gray, yea. S W. Day, yea. W. B. Gabbert, yea. Charles Dautel, yea. J. Alf Martin, yea. Approved Sept. 15th. 1909. A. T. Jones, Mayor, Passed Council Sept. 15tb. 1909. Samuel Blackford, Sec. Dr. J. B. Godfrey, of Olla, La. spent F1riday in Welsh, looking after a location. The doctor was well pleased with the prospects here and seemed to think it highly probable that he would eventually locate here. He said that, al though he had been out prospect ing for some little time, he liked the progressive appearance of Welsh better than any other town that he visited. We trust that he may ul timately decide to locate here and that he will find our city fully up to his expectations. LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED. R. S. Greer treated his jewelry store to a new coat of paint this week, which adds greatly to its ap pearance. Mrs. R. E. Meyers and little son, of Jennings, were guests at the home of Mrs. C. E. Meyers of this city, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Lucy Ketch attended the wedding of her friend and former schoolmate, Miss Myrtle LaRue, in Lake Charles, Wednesday evening. NOTICE:--A few head of extra fine well broke oxen for sale at the Southern Mercantile Co., Ltd. Just the team for your heavy work this fall. 9tf J. B. Chapman, of Stuttgart, Arkansas arrived here last Friday and has taken the place recently vacated by Clyde LaRue as book keeper for the Layne & Bowler Co. One more automobile added to the constantly increasing list here this week. F. D. Calkins received a fine 20 horsepower Ford the first of the week, and is making use of it both for business and pleasure. LosT;-Sunday night, between the Baptist church and R. M. Gray's residence, a gold Chatelaine pin, oak leaf design, studded with pearls and one diamond. Finder will receive reward by returning same to Mrs. R. M. Gray. Best line of Comforts, Blankets, Portieres, Couch Covers :ntl Lace Curtains. At The Welsh lFurniture Store A HOME FoH SALE:--Go0,d five room cotta e. on two lots, splendid well, fine shade, lots of fruit trees; ) two blocks northeast of Methodist church. Inquire of J. H. Bowen, Welsh, La. 14-25 5 LosT--About two weeks ago, a plush lap robe, between my place ) and C. S. Saxbv's. Finder please return to me or leave at the Journ ) al office. Chas. Lantz. W. T. Hutcheson went to Fort SWorth, Texas, Monday for a short visit with friends, and for the transaction of business. Before re 3 turning he expects to take in the SState Fair. E. E. Vine a young medical ? student and druggest, of Zwolla, La., arrived here the latter part of . last week and will remain for some little time looking for a location for installing a stock of drugs. R. M. Lawson went to Lafayette Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Louisiana Presbytery. He goes as a delagete from the Presby terian church, and will likely re main until Saturday. Mrs. McIntyre has just received a fine shipment of Ladies Hats, of the latest styles and shapes ranging in prices from 75c to 12.50. You can get the same style there that you can by going to Lake Charles, and cheaper, J. S. DeWoif met with a slight accident a couple of weeks ago that is proving quite serious. While handling a 22 calibre rifle he had the misfortune to shoot himself through the first finger of his right ) hand. While the wound was quite painful, he thought nothing much of it, until last Friday when blood poisoning developed He was taken to the sanitarium at Lake Charles, where for some time his life was dispared of, but it is thought now that he may recover, with the possible loss of the finger. Clyde LaRue, who has been here during the past summer and fall, with the Layne& Bowler Co, left Monday evening for Lake Charles where he will attend the wedding of his sister, Miss Myrtle, who will be married to Mr. Geo. M. King of that city, Wednesday evening, after which he will go to Houston, where he will enter the main office of the Layne & Bowler Co. Clyde is a young man of sterling worth who is making an enviable reputation for himself, and his many Welsh friends congratulate him upon his promotion. Rev. Louis May, of Crowley ex changed pulpits with Rev. J. A. Carruth of this city, Sunday. Mr May preached morning and evening to interested congregations here. There is some talk of the church issuing a request that conference send Rev. May here, in case Rev. Carruth cannot be prevailed upon to come back here for another year. Mr. May has done good work in the ministry in this parish, having worked at Bell City, and Iowa, afterwards being sent to Crowley, where he has added materially to the church membership, as well as to to its material and spiritual I prosperity. THE STAR RESTAURANT NORTH OF DEPOT Board By Day, Week or Month : ox-Fresh Oysters Served in All Styles.s' SHORT ORDERs TRYOUR A SPECIALTY SUNDAY DINNERS SWELSH, - - LOUISIANA. ý ýNN~iNý NýýN fýýýýN ýý ýN~ýNNý 9 WE f Can Save you y XONEY FEED BILL I t 9 Jones Brothers, 1 Feed Store. I i Some things you may want and dont know where to find Kodak Albums Stamping I~k Scrap Albums Fountain l'ie lYi Post Card Albums Linen M1arkine Ih k Photo Albums Blue, G(-ecl, \ icht, Red Ianti !l Ink Tissue Paper Stampinpg P'a,( Crepe Paper Typewriter li! l4k, Carbon Paper Paper Clips Butter Paper Rubber Date Stampet Shelf Paper Bubble Blowers Paper Napkins Passepartout Box Paper Baby Sets:--&'oi , Birush Pound Paper and Teething Ring A Journal Book Store, Welsh, La. PAINTING AND PAPERING R. D. THRASH, expert painter, paper hanger and interior finisher, who has the contract for painting and finishing the new Auditorium, is prepared to take contracts for anything in the line of fine painting pap ering or interior finishing. Can also restain and revarnish furniture, making it look like new. Sels D. T AS La "Welsbta, - - - - La. SOUTHERN PACIFIC -" THE -4 BEST, QUICVEST, MOST CUI!FO,1TAHLE . ,.. AND SAFEST ROUTE TO THE *-NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND WEST SSUNSET EXPRESS SSolid Vestibuled Train Through to California Without :: :: Change :: :: CONNECTION MADE AT NEW ORLEANS WITH THE D-_ MAGNIFICENT SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAMERS soft SNEW YORK and HAVANA, CUBA - If you contemplate a trip consult your local agent, or write D. ASBURY, Div. Pass. At., J. H. R. PARSONS, Gen. Pass. Agt., Lake Charles. New Orleans. 3LK~iLL i ~i!iLL K. C. S. RY. SI(KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO) The Popular Route to the North Through Kansas City. Buffet Sleepers from Lake Charles. OBSERVATION CARS Through the Mountains of Arkansas. For Health and recuperation visit S SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 9 ALL YEAR HEALTH RESORT 9The Kihlberg Hotel and Bath House NOW OPEN Illustrated folders sent free. S. G HOPKINS, S. G. WARNER, DIV. PASSENGER AGENT, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, TEXARKANA, TEXAS. ST. LOUIS, MO.