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Everything you want for Young and Old. Come and see them AT TU JQ1"RLI 1B 0 I iB E. Public Sale Having decided to rent or sell our farm, we will a offer at Public Sale on the old (ieo. Welch farm, 5 miles north and I mile east of Welsh, on Tuesda y Dec. 21, '0 the following described property, to=wit: .MULES AND HORES $ 12 head of Extra Good ules i General Purpose Horse SFancy driving horse i Saddle Horse CATTLE o o 0 0 CATTLE O O O CATTLE 12 head of Cows, all with calf, 3 two=year-old Heifers, with calf some will befresh soon I Yearling Steer i three=vear=old Aberdeen Angus 5 Spring Calves; Biuli,eligible to registry 5 Spring calvesl BulleigibleE 6 i 'arm 'agons. three almost new; 1 Wagon Tank, 2 Farm Implements:.Bug;ies, 1 McCormick binder, 1 New Deering Binder, 1 Iluckey certilizer )rill, 3 Gang Plows, 3 Discs, 1Hinge Harrow. 1 Levee Plow. 1 Corn Drill, goo as new: fi -tot Ctivator, 2 Walking Plows, I Clross-cut Saw,, 1 Levee Pusher. i Coal Oil Tanks n ,eh-t t l ess. 2 sets Buggy ltIartness- 2 Saddles, and numerous other articles. - an)NE LOT OF ABOUT FOUR DOZEN CHICKENS.-' 4 TER S= ns of 1 and under, cash On sums over $10 eleven months time will E S: e given, on approved notes earin b est. Aiscount o s per cent will be allowed for cash. $B. A. RICHIHART, E. C. WILLARD, Auctioneer. IJ. L BIERLI & I PUBLIC SALE! I will offer at Public Sale, at my place, 4 miles northeast of Welsh and 3 miles northwest of Roanoke, on THURSDAY, DEC. 16, '09, the following described property, to-wit: 4 head of Good Work Mules I three-year old Geldinig 1 Black Hamiltonian Mare, 1 (oo( d D)rivin"g Horse coming 7 years old; was bred 2 Ponies, well broke to driv in"' to Cosner's jack and riding O ..----C A T T L L;: . B ._" 1 Good Milch Cow 1 Bull, half Jersey 20 hlead Young (Cows 3 Wagons, 1 Buckeye I)rill, 1 Mlc( ''n ieK 1)ier,', I farm Implements: )is', used only one year; 2 (a ai'u" I'l -, 1 1)ra, lilr row, 1 Sulky Plow, good as new; 2 \\alkitig Plows. 1 Ive l'usher, lv rks, Seo etc., several sets ('hain llarness, I set luggy llarness, 1 Hedst'Ie , atttress all prings, 1 L. C. Smith liammerless Shot (inn. TER'ID will W e given on atpproved notes, W iTH1 T I N ITs-, if pid it r L , maturity. If not paid( at nLatiurity, 8 pel,' .cnt per aI, 111111 interest Willi e added from date. A discount of 8 per cent will be giveni for ,astLll on sums 1ve '1 10. m m Im • m n • m imimm II m m mm m m l m l mre m FREE LUNLCH- AT NOO£ N. " i i CHAS. F. JETEI L, H. N. H~OA, Auctioneer. Clerk. • | | ||• I J. W. ROBINSON. ''Thee Cat And Tile Fiddle" st 'The gorgeous musical spectacular extravaganza, "The Cat and the letPr Fiddle", which for the past three tic seasons has been such a whirl and BasI success will he the attraction at the hig ) New Lake Charles Audtit orium Sun I day D)ecmber 120h. day A company of some forty singer 'l day dancers, comedi;ans, and a large aid oc carefully drilled and heautifullyiare gowned chorus are included. The herE p) lot is taken and founded on the ipel ) favorite old nursefYv riilyme, Ilev Wei Diddle Diddle", the Cat and the is Fiddle",elahorated upon, and worked Ihe out by deft touches iutr, a line big ont musical extravaganza, just the sort e e that is a deli ht to our theatre goers sth on account of its breeziness. There are many new stong hits, and 0 musical and daicing ntiumbers by th t famious beauty choru.s, all of which go have delighted thotusands, so that they are now on the musical pr(ograms of every band and orcheistra concerti in this country. and include 'Mly Co Maid in the Mtoon", "Mother Goose's 1 Dolls" and the successes of last sea- the son '"12"2", " Rosey Dreams.'. t "I've Nexer been Introduced to you," the "In the Shadow of an old l)ate Tree" and 15 others. I'he east of princilpals here, many of whom are well known, include ge (Chas. A. Sellon, The El. More Sisters, Florence W\ illis, Theresa Miller, Geo. 23 F. Wakefield, Johann Berthleson, the Gotthard Bros. ,. O Campell, Mort infield and a veritable Flotilla of l'rett ' girls. Seats on sale at Ilarrop's Book Store now, Plhone, mail or wire for reservation. Price 25 to $1.50. Hlerualded as the dramatic event of Sthe season comes "The Cow-Puncher"' Sby Hal Reid, to the Auditorium on December 15th for an engagement. It is under the direction of W. F. Mann. The author has taken a romance be tween at young Eastern girl and a cow-puncher oil her ranch ftor his story. The plot is deep and well founded. The dramatic situations hea\ e tleen carefully worked otut, and the comedy is bright. w\itty. and r- I freshing. Specialti'es have been in trcduccl to please the eye and ear. Lavish scenic and electrical effectts have been introduced tt add reali,,m and naturaluess to the play. A corn ptany of players far above the a\erage have been engaged to ilmpersonate I the different charactersof which tlere are i twrlnt. For SIale. One Jersy Cow. RInquire at C. 1M. SSkaggfs. ) , Basket 1111 Saturi1ay, )1el,11 ,' E,1..:rvi otil. Probably the m. t inlterect l!' ;,ih letic event of th - ,on wil; t ,he Basket Ball game between E-.Lut \wi .II high school team and the \\Wclsh hii schlool team, which will he Ila' , the school campus, in Welsh Satur day afternoon beginning at two o'clock sharp. The Estherwood team are old players, and are coiing over here o ith the avowed intention of wiping Welsh ofi the map, but the Welsh boys say they are from Missouri, and will have to be show',el. The game will be a hotly con,1tested one, and will be worth the time m f everyone interested in sports, or tihe schol· to attend. .\n admissi(n i ,f •i. and 1i cents will be charged. If you lihavet never seen a basket hall gaI me, turn out and see sol.t'tlhi,, s llMayor's fourt t Business was looking up in Mayor'S Court Thursday morninmg when His SHTinor assessed four individuals fr(mm I the 1-.,r ,rs l$ o i a, piee for fiLghting. MIr. Jouts si;, mightii2 iimust stot in the quarters. FOR SA.LE:-l:our head of goo(l e gentle mules. ''erms to suit. F. D. Calkins, 0. 23tf Welsh, La. ale LAKE( -CIIANLIE'' 'ornt.al G-rand Openinsg Sunday, Lecember 12 CHARLES A. SELLON TIlE MERRY MUSI('l XI~ L.' A(;.\N. AGAN THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE TLYilI('S and 31SI(' hy CARLTON LEE-" CoIl.R c A Cheerful, Comical, Tuneful Fantasy, Founded on ' Cl'! jJ .. MOTHER GOOSE lFA!I.l'S ; Alavys a delight to the i oun. i : UORGEOUS CLEVER SINfERS SCENES AND DAN ERS Ill - TIlE i1p 1'ITI, 1;'"i4lt" %j%'i'K --- - rc .. . Ii Seats at Harrop's Book Store SPrices ?".))c to"ý ) ', -,o- drdrs Is't " i. .,,.41::g : g::@.::g: ll :ajz6~88^;-i~j:¶9-' . For Sale One tea tti large gray Inares. )lne 1aet i of all tpurloSe hay n:ores, extra good d lriver's als, l:r.'e enouglll fir any kind of work. O)ne teo: of Ion'y iInaieS Well brake nuid ent le. Three ext ra atnd inilh cows will he fresh in a slhort tunie. Two goicl c(oW's now giving milk. Two hiefer calves, I Iozen l'ekin l)Ducks. Two :ion lS. Three walking pinws. lPot:tt, di_.. ger. Bur}y. Surry. One set ldouble tlrivinz hlarlne's4 Sever:al cets wCiork lh:irness. Tlwo sets single liarness. 1 will sell the above protertyv at mI Y place 8 1-2 miles nrtiwPest of Welsh. just southe:ist of the 1 ar.keve lianch, at private sale, for c'sh !or niil ltink:itle ttpaper. 1 For farther particulars oictress lRev. E. 11. R ees `2,S \Velsh, La.