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Well Known Welsh Lsdy Married.
\VWord reached this office a few days ago of the maUl iuge of Mias Minnie Spurgin, formerly of this place and well knowu I're, to Mr. Harry Wal den, of California. Miss 8purgin is a sister of Mrs. N. C. Davis of this city, and has a large circle of friends who will wish her well in her new state. Mr. and Mrs. Walden are now in Wash ington, D. C. They Aill be atb home in Eureka, Californiai, after November 10' Did You Fver Keep A kecord of your mileage per gal lon? It would pay you to do so. One user of Texaco AUTO Gasoline writes: "In my 5 pas senger heavy car I am running 25 to 30 miles on ONE GALLON." You can't equal this with any other gasoline. TEXACO is the most powerful Auto Gasoline on the Market. The Texas Oil Co. SOLD BY Welsh Warehouse &Suppily Co, GRAY Stationery and Mlarine En-. gines and Motor Boats. / 3 to 120 h. p. From $60.00 up. SA Gray will do any work any- / where. H. L.EEK, Agt., WH,. L[a. Dr. J. B. iiodfrey Physician and Surgeon. Office over Welsh Furniture Store. Office 'Phone 73. Residence 'Phone 92. Welsh. :: La. DENTIST Office Over Crescent Drug Store. 'Phone No. 16--W Res. 'Phone No. 163. Welsh, - - La. Call on The Welsh Baery FRESH BREAD, CAKES and PIES. ARTHUR IUNIGNAN" Pros J. L). klf~tALL, Blacksmithing AND lorsoshooing. All kinds of Repairing a Specialty. Shoo located on North Adams street. Chase Dautel, Rroprletor Livery Feed Stables, Rigs of All Kinds, aith or without drivers. ; :: Welsh, La. SHERIFF'S SALE Fifteenth Judicial District Court. State of Louisiana, Parish of Calcasieu, S JOHN R. JARRET VS. NO. 8340 GULF RICE MILLING CO., LTD. By virtue of a commission issued, and to me directed, by the honorable court aforesaid, and the written au thorization of LEE E. ROBINSON, the receiver of defendant corporation, I will offer for sale, at public auction, to the last and highest bidder, with the bentlit of appraisement, at the court house door of this parish, in the city of Lake Charles, parish of Calca sieu, on Saturday,November 26, 1910, between legal hours, the following de scribed property, to-wit: A parcel of land, being a fractional part of the Southeast Quarter of Sec tion Thirty, (30) Township Nine South, Range Four (4) West Louisiana Mer. idian, lying south of the Louisiana Western Railroad Company's right of was, and commencing at a point 570 feet west of the intersection of said right of way, with section line between sections Twenty-nine (29) and Thirty (30), of said Township and Range; thence west, along the south side of right of way 800 feet; thence south 289 feet, to the north boundary line of South Street, as extended; thence east, along the north boundary line of South Street, as extended, 800 feet; thence north 289 feet, to the point of beginning, together with Rice Mill, Rice Mill Warehouses, Rice Mill Ma. chinery, Ice Factory Building, and all other improvements thereon or there to belonging, exclusive of ice factory machiunr, and ice factory supplies. Ice factory machinery and supplies set up and in ice factory building. PERSON AL PROPERTY. I 1100 old 10 ounce bags, three tar paulins, eight small scales, eight lteynold's trucks, thirteen trucks eo. 2 warehouse, one iall scale, one lot of old rope auu u~tlng, one old rumn, nine wood pulleys, 36-inch, 1000 old 9 ounce bags, twenty-two empty bar rels, t'rty aire buckets, three 12-loot Oran reels, one clean riice gauer, 1000 intlo bags, 5700clean rice pocK eLt, two suction tans, one chatl wagon, one ash carL, one lop-eared mUlte, eight scouops, iVe bags Lac a.ll, tllteou uozen pad sklus, two rolls wrappitug paper, live pockets clean rice screuen ings, one flat top otice desk, one stool, one Burrough's adding machine, one otl:ce sale lire prooi, one protecto r'arpu, one wat&O j ailu ., _. out u1lce UUOOkKeepl' S eUiai, un. t iellt-Ua clock, one roll top ulictt a.csl, lour olhe chairs, one uiOe u s ~oe, beULUttUI block, tacale and rope, (u. ), Onfe,grtut stone, one lot woon pNuJ.c , I,.,lA aup plies and littings, one ivo secouu hand leather beting, une-il.. barrel Icup grease, two a~e une-unit rolls brush wire, two jack scries, threle nirl one-half barrels glucose, lour sample p boxes, one lot sample buoxes, one pa per ra"ck and paper, one counter scale, one Unuerwuou typewriter, one type writer uesk, one Illng cabinet, one lot lumber, twelve lire extinguishers, one single harness, one lot mill tools, one Duplex Aava ce pump. ACCOUN'1'S RECEIVABLE. E. M. Clark 7.50 11. E. Dounam 8,75 O. Derouen 8,75 William Eaton 14.56 E. Gerde & Co. 31.65 Julien Lonviere 1.25 Andrew Louvlere 5.00 W L. Robinson 25.50 ON THE FOLWIWING TERMS AND CON DITONS, TO-WIT: For cash, for not less than two thirds of the inventory value, the suc cessful bidder will be required to de posit ten per cent of the amount of his bid, immediately upon the adjudica tion of the property to him, the bal ance of the bid to be paid by the ad ,judicatee, in cash, in ten days after said adjudication, providedtherebeno , opposition to thile confirmation of the sale; failure to pay the balance of said bid, on day said sale is confirmed, shall operate a forfeiture of said de - posit and the property shall again be advertised and sold at the expense .and risk of the adjudicatee. Lake Charles, La., Sept. 8, 1910. D. J. REID, Sheriff of said parish. LEE E. ROBINSON, Receiver. MC COY, MOSS & KNOX, A~torneys. 3,500 Sacks Seed Rice , FOR SALE! This rice is from the very best seed obtainable and has Sbeen carefully grown and hand weeded under my personal sup ervision and I can conscien tiously sayv that I do not believe it can be excelled for seeding purposes. It yielded up to 29j full 10-ounce, 64inch bags and has been stored and housed on the plantation. This rice will weigh from 185 to 200 pounds per sack. I am offering up to January 1st, 1911, seed from this lot, at $4.50 per barrel, f. o. b. Newellton, La. Inspec tion solicited. Samples sentup on application. Samples of this rice may be Sseen at the Journal Office and the Jennings Rice Mill. S. A. WINTERTON, S Neweliton, La. U R E A T GREAT FAIR 1910 LAKE CHARLES, LA., Begins Nov. 22nd and Closes Nov. 26th. Preparations are now being completed for the GREATEST EXPOSITIONN IN THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA!. All new buildings, especially for the Fair. The exhibitors are pouring into the grounds, getting everything ready, as the Fair is now ONLY 20 DAYS OFF r The management predicts the greatest exposition in history. EXEMPLIFIED Poultry Department, Live Stock Exhibits, Superb Agricultural Display, Aeroplane Flights, Five Days of Harness Races, Sen sational Automobile Events, EDUGATING ELEVATING ENTERTAINING Railroads have notified the management that the VERY LOWEST RATES will be made to the Fair. A visit will be within the] reach of all. W. . PATTERSON, Pres. LEON CHAVANNE, Secretary, Write for Catalogue and Premium List. e~ild~h~lilhRA~lmlemn AAAIFY WMM aw[ Amending The state Aside fr,m the all abb,, tion of paris, diis~ion, . voted upon next Tu~O hq mere formality of Voting gressman, who was virtu last summer at the primIu ally era of this parish, as well state, will he called upa on fifteen amendments to u ana State Constitution. of these amendments, i one another, provide for in tax that the people are now part of them are absoltely in their nature and none of actual value to the mase people of the state. To' amend the coustitutiun of is a most serious tormality, be done only upon theers and cousideration of tbo the matter in charge, y state the constitutional are rushed through the with little more care than t school boy would evince their construction, Wordingl ness. As a result, the of one session of the legislaj hardly cold before the next i has to begin amending ther, is to make them constitutionalor rect some defect in them. Again, before an amendmet.i ed upon by the masses of the it should be thoroughly un by them, vet they are often Dlaed the ballot in such a way that nt per cent of the voters know wha are voting far, and we say this, no disrespect to the average gence of the voters, which we to be of as high degree as that d legislatures. An exampleof wh mean is contained in the preset of amendments, as they will on the tftici a l ballot. In this' the fourteenth amendment to be upon, will appear on the ballo follows; "For amending Article 107 of Constitution of the State of ana." "Against amending Article 1i o the Constitution of the State of iana." This, we believe our reads grant, contains no hint to the voter, as to what he ,is votin This amendment is designed b. to the already excessive list of trict judges, and should be kille the voters. As in this case, we it to be in all the rest, unless the has a definite knowledge of whti amendment stands for, and is sure that, in nis opinion, it wol. a benefit for the amendment to the safest plan is to vote agasmne amendment. As an example of what may he in the way of amendments, we Act No. 45. of the session of which has already bad 73 amend attached to it, and is again in present list for four new amend This, Mr. Voter, is your op to demonstrate to the legislature you are competent to judge for self in the matter of thle laws res and that you have the back bone. reject those you do not want, or are so shrouded in technicalide verbage as to be unintellifibli any event, vote for or against amendment. If it is clearly e you will know whether to app It or not; if it is not suiciently that an intelligent electorate oan terP" ot it, it is not worthy your port. --t- A Feast For the Hngry.. The Welsh Feast Degree headed by Major L. E. Robi comingtoRay neon the eveningo day, November 11th, for the of initiating a large class of _ craftsmen in an art that is fast to decay in these weak, piping cannedi fitoo, short order estis foamless beer and bubble water. thusiastic members of the order lv assert that it is upon the wor this degree the oure food-laws of country are based. However truth may he in the statement the er is not prepared to state, but of he lis certain, if our Uncle 8 could deliver the goods from partments under his control in a ner one-half as artistic as the Degree Team provides for its in their famous Feast of there will be no Upton Sinclai1 inpr in the Jungles of Chicago up "dope" for the New York back publishers. Yes, Major son will be here, followed by Al. vidsou, likewise John ArmsrooBg Mark Prentice and the usual of~cooks, waiters and camp follo all arrayed in their most smiles and most eager to provide the unterrified and unwashed h residing in this section of their All Master Mason in good ste In hearing of this notice are r fully invited and really urged to tend this Feast on November Ravne Tribune. TAKEN UP:-At my p1st miles northeast of Welsh, tw0o shoats and one black one. 0 can have same by proving pro and paying all damages and C. M. Sheusmaker 27p Welsh, I~.