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The case of H. Bratman vs. R. Smith, was tried in Judge Russell's court Saturday. The'case grew out of the refusal on the part of Mr Smith, to receive a shipment of umobrellas from the latter gentleman, who is a New Orleans jobber, alleging as his grounds for refusing, that the um brellas were damaged. After hearing the evidence the Ju,,- io:n-suited plaintiff. Attorney 'r. I' .,iche, in behalf of plaintiff.: a ,I a,,otion for an appeal to the di .ct court Notice to Note Holders and 4 reditors of the First atiloutal Bank. The First National Bank located at Welsh, in the state of Louisiana is closing its affairs. All note hold ers and other creditors of the associa tion are therefore hereby notified to present the notes and other claims for payments. Elwin C. Willard, Cashier. Dated at Welsh, louisiana, Jan. 22, 1910. 34-44 GALVANIlED CORRUGATED SHEET IRON Let me sell to you. I have sold more of it in the last two years than anybody else in Welsh There is a reason for it. I buy it close and sell it the same way. Get my price and see. CHAS. A. LANTZ, Box 2. Tel. 122. Welsh, La For Sale Team of good_ eight year-old Ponies,brok en to 'drive single or double. !lInquire at " The Journal Office. T IýNH Ný+ýwNý,f _- BARGAINS =BOX STATIONERY In order to reduce our large stock of Box Station- . ery, we have decided to give our patrons some z + genuine bargains in this pine of goods, and to this E end we are offering such a cut in the price of Sta- - t tionery as has never been made in Welsh before. t We are making an average cut on these goods of 40 PER CENT OFF the regular price. Paper is something that is al ways needed, and will keep. This is a splendid 0( opportunity to lay in a supply that will last you " six months or a year, at REAL BARGAIN PRIC- t ES, as a few prices will convince you: to 20c boxes of stationery at 10c 25c boxes of stationery at 15 S50c boxes of stationery at-35e 75e boxes of stationery at 50c ow*1.00 boxes of stationery at 75e $2.00 boxes of stationery at $1.25 $ 3.00 boxes of stationery at $1.75 Come and get your choice while the stock lasts. [JOURNAL BOOK STORE LUUUIIIUIW Uk iU iWUýLU.UUl lU lli iltlilli 11Ut (I Pioneer ('ltizen of Iowa Passed ABay. James Storer, who for nearly a quarter of cenitury has done more ti mould eeoI)ts and developments ol Ward Nine than nay other citizen ir it, passed to his final reward Saturi dtay night, a little after nine o'clock, from the home of his son, Johr Storer in Lake (Charles. He had beer in failing health for several months, but his indoinitab 4vill kept him u} until a few days .-.i, when he wau taken to his bed. Deceased was horn in Nee higing Scotland, Nov. 22, 1820, being there. fore in his eighty-lirst year at the time of his death. Mr. St ,rer wa. born to a life of labor, and by his indomitable will and energy has, by the means of i is labor attained a position of power and influence in his comunity reached by but few in any locality. In 1857 Mr. Storer took as hi. bride, Miss Annie Moncrief Richie, three sons and three daughters were born of this union, NMrs. Storer and son John survive the husband and father. Mr. Storer moved his family to America in the year 1887, moving first to Canada, afterward to Wis consin, later to iowa, and finally to Louisiana, locating at Iowa Station in the year 1889, since which time he has been the central figure in the business enterprises of that flourish ing little village. About a year ago he retired from business in Iowa and moved to Lake Charles, where he re 'maiued until his death' "Uncle Jimmie" as he was effection ately called was a friend and advisor to practically all who knew him and hi; death will bring a note of sadness to many hearts aside from the immed iate members of the family, The remains were removed to Iowa Station where the were intered among the tripntls that had surrounded him during life. Rey. Gonzales of Port Arthur preached the funeral servi ces. HOPE. "There are no great plays any more," said the palmy day actor, re gretfully. "No great plays I" echoed the en thusiast. "Just you wait till our ball team gets into its summer form l" Christian Endeavor Irogram at Prep byterlan Church Sunday Evening.- Miss Ldla Goodrean Leader. The following is the program of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian (:hurch. to he rendered I Sunday evening Jan. 30. All are Cordially invited to attend. PROGRAM. Song-Speed Away Opening Prayer............Mr. Logan Lesson Topic-The most stirring events of Foreign Missionary history, Acts 14-8-22, read by Miss Williams. Missionary verses by all the younger mem bers..... ....................... Questions, No 1. WI it is the most stirring event in the Missionary history .f India?............. ... ..................Mr. J. B. Simpson. What is the most stirring event in the Missionary history of Burma?...... .......................... Miss Culver. What is the most stirring event in the Missionary history of Persia?.... ............. .. ..lyde LaRue. What is the most stirring event in the Missionary of Turkey?............ .....................Miss Hathaway. What is the most stirring event of the I Missionary history of Arabia?..... ............ ...........C. B. Moore. What is the most stirring event in the Missionary history of China?..... ..............Miss lone Robinson. What is the most stirring event in the I Missionary history of Japan?.... . ..............Miss Sylvia Yantis. What is the most stirring event of the Missionary history ,)f the Pacific Islands ................. Mr. Arnette. What is the most stirring event in the Missionary history of South Ameri ca............... Mrs. Simpson. What is the most stirring event in the Missionary history of Africa?...... .....................Mr. Mandeville. 4 Song-Missionary Hymn............ General Discussion........ ......... Sentence Prayers for Foriegn Mis sions by members ................... Song.................................. Seed Rice For Sale. I have 385 sacks of pure Honduras, imported, from $12.50 seed, and 325 of ( Japan for $5.00 per sack. All guar- 4 anteed free from red. Send in your order at once. H. A.Fontenot, 4 Bell City, La. oooo ooo. QoOOOOOOOOOOoooo ':aO CoQ Public Sale 8ON TUESDAY, FEB. 1, 1910. 8 Having sold our farm, we will offer at Public Auction, oa the farm, 1 mile east of W elsh, La., the following property: HORSES AND MULES LINN GOULD. JR., 7-year-old Stallion; thoroughbred. Linn Gould's colts will b sihe, Linn Gould 27562: record 2:15 1-4. Sire shown on day of sale. George Gould 10740, son of Jay Gould, 2:21 3 Brood Mares, with foal by Linn Gould, J, 1-2; dam, Aloa, dam of Linn Gould, 2:19 1-4; 1 three-year-old Mare, wel. Broken Hazel N., 2:26. Dr. Reid, 2:28 1-2, by Ab- 1 Fmil Horse dallah Mambrino, 3715; 2nd dam, Virgie, by 1 Famiy Horse Abdallah 14: 3rd dam, Luc, by Veach's 1 Horse and 2 Mare Colts, comring two years g Highlander; 4th dam: by bertrand, four mile 2 terms of good Mules CATTLE. HOGS AND POULTRY 14 head of Cattle, consisteng of: 1 good Polled Angus Bull, two years old 14 headof. atte. c .e , HOGS--2 Sows, about four months olil 4 Milch Cows, from four to eight years old, POULTRY--36 Hens two giving milk, two to be faesh soon 3 full blood Plymouth Rock Roosters 5 Yearling Heifers 3 Guineas FARfl IMPLEIIENTS 1 Phaeton, 1 Road Cart, 3 Wagons (one good as new), 1 Oliver Gang Plow, 2 Solid Comfort oG Plows, 2,Discs, 1 Clark's Cut-a-Way, 2 Harrows, 3 Stirring Plows, 1 Road Slip, 1 Deering Binder, j Advance Threshing MacL.kne Separator, in good condition, 1 Corn Plauter, 1 Deeriog Mower, I Mooitior Fertlizer Drill, I Horse Clipper, 4 sets Work Harness, I set Double Buggy Harness. I set Single Bs:y Harners, 1 Saddle and Bridle, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TER S: All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. On sums over $10.00, ten montba' time wfitj 1TE R S. be given on approved notes, bearing interest at the rate of a per cent per annam: from date of sale. P per cent discount for cash on sums ever $10.00 Sale to Begin at 10 o'clock Sharp CHAS. JET0ER, Auctioneer. O E. C. WILLARD, ClerIi J. W. COOPER and SON. WAIL OF THE LONG-SUFFERING Georgia Editor Has a Grievance and He Wants the People to Know It. The editor of the Marion (Ga.) Record is evidently sick of his job and envious of others. "A lawyer," he writes, "chargesp man $10 for ten minutes' conversation-the man insists on paying it. A doctor charges one dollar for a prescription and the patient says: 'Oh, pshaw is that enough?' An undertaker charges $100 for conducting al funeral and he is just perfectly love- I ly with everybody inside and outside the family. A man buys a gold I brick and apologizes for not having bitten before. An editor walks a mile in the hot sun to get the facts of a death or wedding or social func tion and spends three hours writing it up and tells lies praising people until he hates himself. Then if he makes an insignificant omission, or charges five cents straight for three extra copies he is a stingy, careless, good-for-nothing old cuss, who never gets anything right and charges four ) times the price of city papers twice ) as large." THE AGE FOR SCHOOL. ) Children at the age of eight are ) often supposed to be too young or ) too delicate for school. They are )not, if they are sent to a school where there is a proper amount of i supervision and care of the indi vidual without coddling. In the stages of late childhood health is al most at its best. The disorders of early infancy have been avoided or recovered from. Many of the spe cific fevers may have been satisfac torily passed through. The records of our hospitals for children show an extremely low mortality at this period. The brain has almost reached its adult size, perception is acute, the mind restless and inquiring, the memory good and lasting, and the senses keen and alert. There is great endurance for short stretches, wonderful vitality and extraordinary * activity.--The Hosvital. ALASI "So she loved and lost ?" S "Yes, he spent all her money." b Fifty Life Scholarships At Half Price Or Less Fifty Young Men and Women Made Prosperous, Happy and Independent For Life Walden's Practical Business Col lege, Austin, Texas and Lake Charles, Louisiana, will save you from $50 to $100 on a Complete Business or Shor7 hand course. Their Special $100 offer will make you a bookkeeper or ste nogrpuher-total cost. It pays board, tuition and stationery. Scholarship for both courses unlimited. No bet ter courses anywhere, at any price. Why pay more? They Went Like Hot Cakesl Twenty Special Scholarships placed on sale the 15th of last August, were "snapped'! up in less than ten days two weeks before the opening of the Fall Term. They went like hot cakes and the fifty offered above will go in the same ,way. Why? Because this $100 proposition represents the great est value ever offered by a business college. Look to Your Interest. Young man, young woman, parents -why not investigate the above spe cial offer? It will save you money and time, and give you the Best Business, Shorthand or Practical English Training that money can buy. The next term opened January 3, 1910. Address either school for ele gant catalogue and circulars. Vermont Merchant Sets Example for Dealers in Rice Belt. A copy of a quarter page advertise. ment which a Rutland, Vermont, mer chant is using came into our hands this week, that would tend materially to solve the problem of increasing the consumption of rice. In this adver tisement, the dealer sets forth figures and statisttcs showing the real value of rice as an article of diet. Then following the statement that "Rice at 10c per pound is a luxury, but at three and four cents per pound it becomes 't staple article of diet", he quotes the following prices: 8 pounds broken rice 25c 7 pounds part broken rice 25c 6 pounds fine whole rice 25c If more of the dealers in the rice pelt would he satisfied with a fair ,rofit on rice, the consumption would loubtless show an upward tendency. 110 TO COOK RICE. la Tree Southern Among oodsn tis tb easiest to DIGISTG the most NUTRI OUS'" highin beat value, thaefeef excellent in cold lMli1rs Write for booklet "' Mammy Rice .BeoeP IrE ASSOCITlOn IF vN OBOWLEY. LA. No Rest Day or Night "I would lay awake without any apparent dream terrible dreams would bring on exteme of nervousness. After. Dr. Miles' Nervine Uti& for awhile I could sl and the nervous spells me." MISS ALMA R. R, No. 4, Canal Do Without sleep the system soon becomes a and the healthful ac the organs obstructed..; body-building sleep the use of Dr. Miles' because it soothes the nerves, and restores energy. When taken as according to directionl restless sufferer will natural and healthfl, bottle from your di . it all according to dir if it does not benefit b tum yor money.