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WEEK--DE C. 13 TO 18, 1909 Set of ajstic --- Reas, W ' ES' Ware FR[ RGr iS1I f y )II jwill 111all at ,ur I/ , , ,, j(ý tic( 1 lc~nl(ýnia tralti ,,f " It yt , x; J [ . ,1 o tI l l'ti .. iiiliini 1 l- / - tr, -x l 7' pi4(e I .1 ~ v11 I' -I Hi N ti OOKi) i Ill 1 I: I A 1 , '1 II:NDf II ANIi IIAINI:iR-The 'erforated ('ooker, I l i I t ] I eS ! I l xt11 1A ( IA l t r. w I t a! II -, C ! 4t u n 1. I ! :un! ýý u o1 c Wa n c . 1 t e "I 1 Lt cal b ; ; ordinary ( r" It n "n !p of main eTI d as a r. 1t I;Ul t', 1 1' 11 will i CtFU;. Z d' 4 TOWEL OD .--. ....... j 1; A 11t usM\ :,:,l\l![. t] ' I,.itirI- .A1 1' ( E :- - . 3rd. " ' 'r'. ,td q.. " n RIUte tHT HtND, . ' I'} 1-l,----- . -- _- .-.-e to A_ -.Jo- ,--> 'i ''I r " o1 ' t h 1 I thIe 111 l l .-lý i ,l,']' ý'l- Ill,'fit. A ...... .. - , ' ' ,, r"_ , -, Vi!I.Til MA JE ',,'TI ¢ ' x t r a T i l: 1IA JI STI "(' ] -oz. A ll T H E1 M A J E ST IC 11-oz. A ll It S . i ' - . . Ilea t ..l ii'd Ironx Marble- C op Ier Nickel-platedi Tea Copper 1i(.kel-plated toffee 8tle. iaed heIttile, rin*ii t cover kettle. lhluurnely nickeled on Pot. 1lanln e ni kel l n'lk' r ii . ', ýil , tnl , ll' ... Ih.n.le that hsl, u on c 'er. out ;de. tinned onu inside. outside an tila d )n in ,ide.h. 'l t I" I I l i l- 7 . .. . II!.____ ________ _ _ _'_ Ii tJ( 1,'.r 4Y1.ork. S<... 4th. : :"ir s e ot" \e ,ad a l o e - _ ý, 1'i11, (IIl ,i J:tTI RA ~ L..-"i.,. m -- Ized Enameled udd ng Pan. Never-burn Wired Drippin Never-Burn Wired Dripping l er iD Ii Itt III e MET RflDI I t L l hn I R N E W H A T est t. Made secially for tle Majesic Set. Made specially for the Majetic Set. easier to keep clean and give t r satisfaction than any range on the market. If you knew positively that the above statements were true, wou'dn't you buy a Majestic at once? 0 -- CO07E IN DURING DEMONSTRATION WEEK AND WE WILL PROVE IT TO YOU,. -- BERTRAND)-DA§VIS CO., LTD., WELSH, LA., 000000 .0 0 -< ' ,0 ' & RE OLVED ~ HAT TH E GIIER IS JUDGbD BY HIS GIFTS, : :You /1AKE OTH5ERS HAPPY V \l TH YouI GIFTS AIND : WING HAPPINESS UINTO Sq uRSELF DONT BUY R'AsL ;.. FEPRECSNTS \1HEN You , 4 CAB" IUY JtNSIBLE ' RES SJEg T RSm.r· * Co SBus TR Bou SENibLE PRESENTS ARE GooD THINGS FoR SENSIBLE ;PEoPLE ITo IGIVE SENSILBE 'PEoPLE. MEN LOVE: To GET THINGS To WEAR AND CAN YoU NoT GET THE BEST PRESENTS FOR MEN AT MEN'S STORE? WE ESPECIALLY INVITE THE LA DIES OF THIS ICITY To CoME AND SEE WHAT BEAUTIFUL PRESENT NECKTIES, PREGENT SUS PENDERS, PRESENT HOSIERY, PRESENT SMoK ING JACKET, AND PRESENT EVERYTHING THEY CAN BUY FoR THEIR MEN FRIENDS AT oUR SToE AND THEN IN WAHT WAY CAN YoU MAKE YOUR LITTLE BUSTER BROWN HAPPIER THAN BY GIV ING HIM A NICE NEW SUIT oF CLoTHES oR A GooD oVERCOAT? YoU WISH To SEE THESE THINGS BEFORE YoU BUY THEM, So COME AND LooK AT THEM AND GET oUR PRICES. CoME To THE ':QUALITY STORE." RESPECTFULLY, SOUHR MERCATIE O, Lilr1ite t Big Store with Little Prices. 0 Chinese Laundry Robbed. Sam Yang proprietor of the Chinese Laundry, of this place made complaint Sunday evening that his laundry, on Iailroad Avenue had been entered and his till robbed of ten dollars, and 'hlarged Iharry lHutchens, and Dewy Kitmbel of committing the robbery. The case was tried before Judge IRussell, Monday morning. Dewey, who, is but twelve years old admitted that he had cut the screen door and entered the laundry, but that he had failed to get any money. In his evidence he stated that he had been persuaded to do this by Harry Hutch ens, in order to get money to go on a hunting trip. Young Hutchens de nied having anything to do with the matter although admitting he knew the attempt was to be made, From the evidence in the case His Honor re manded young Hutchens to Lake Charles for further examination be fore the District Court, and after reading young Kimball, a severe lec ture, and exacting promises of better conduct from him in the future, dis missed him on account of his extreme youthfulness. Later in the day it was asertained that the Hutchans boy also was not of sufficient age to permit his being compelled to appear before the dis trict court, hence he was turned loose. Severe Storm Monday ?lght. The hardest storm of many months visited this section Monday evening. After an hour or more of almost con tinuous flashes of lightning and peals of thunder, a heavy downpour of rain began which lasted for an hour or more, accompanied a part of the time by a heavy dash of hail. More water fell than has fallen in the same length of time for several years. So Leavy was the fall that for consierable por tion of the timemany blocks of street and sidewalks were completly inundat ) ed. "The Cow-Puncher" a new play by Hal Reid, and under the direction of W. F. Mann, opens a one night en gagement at the Auditorium on Dec ember 15th. The play is a powerful drama of the West, containing a beautiful heart story, thrilling situa tions and fairly bubbles with comedy. A cast far above the average has been engaged and nothing that money can secure has been spared to make this, one of the most magnificens produolions on the road. Having sold my farm, I will offer at Publib Sale at the farm, 3 1-2 miles northeast of Welsh an 3 1-2 miles northwest of Roanoke, on TUESDAY, DEC. 14, 1909, the following described property: MULES AND HORSES 1 pair Mules 9 yrs. old, weight 2,400 These are all extra good mules. 1 pair Mules 7 yrs. old, weight 2,400 1 Sorrel Geleing 1 pair Mules 5 yrs. old, weight 2,000 1 Colt, coming three years old. 1 pair Mules 5 yrs. old, weight 1,800 1 good Saddle Horse. -tC ATTL 1 Young Milch Cow - :- - -:- 6 two-year-old Steers. FARM IMPLEMENTS:-.1 Fertilizer Drill, 2 Gang Plows, 2 Discs, 1 Dra Harrow, Wagons, good as new, 4 Sets Leather Harness, and many other articles too ni nmcrous to mention. SE / Sums of $10.o00 and under, cash. On sume over $10.00 eleveni inontbs time w I :be given on approved notes, bearing interest at the rate oi , per cent. A di count of 5 per cent will be given for cash on sums over $10.00. FREE LU1TCI A.T TOO1T CHAS. F. JETER, E. C. WILLARD, Auctioneer. Cleri W. F. LOVETT.