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Cooper Drug Co.
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34oe 34 for further information.
J. F. ToaUB., .Aent.
Peu r Cents rer
tai snywbere in Welsh. Eairly
. Bottles clean and sweet -be
milk is put in them. 'Phoee 78.
. 88NOfT. Manager
3ce Bran and Polish at
hah meats of all kinds at the
; Hesld was in Crowley Tues
oy your ice, fruit and vegetabls at
Welsh bleat Market.
. M. B. VanNess it you need
or irrigating wells.
By your blankets and comforts at
SWelsh Furniture Store.
bee E. Baker of Lake Arthur,
hese and stock we:l boring.
lL Pratt of Thornwell, was a
visitor to Welsh Monday.
Texas Red Rust Proof
-Oats at Jones Bros.
ia M. Purviance and daughter
Saday withir her parents at Fen
tsy pdt iand waist goods for fall
inter wear just in at Martin
B. W. Sargent and daughters;
Gertrude and Grace, spent
by in Jennings shopping.
kargest and most complete line
kets and comforts at the Welsh
_rmored that Lake Charles will
Iprofessional base ball club
service, prompt attention
O your patronage solicited.
H. E. Heald has returned home
teek's visit with Lake Charles
?HmS of piece goods at very low
also mens' shirts, collars and
the Racket Store.
Gray manager for the Calca
iPlemet Co, was in Lake
,Monday on business.
plete line of Ham
SBrown Shoes just
at Martin Bros.
sley, a popular rice buy
Viterbo Bros. of Lake
l- S in this vicinity calling
minvited to call and inspect
;tall line of blankets and corn
dsplay at the Welsh Furni
Bradbury of Lake Arth
tOwn on business Monday.
us that he expectsto move
1 in the near future.
Shoes, the best in
orld, made by' the
shoe house in the
,at Martin Bros.
Taylor camine over from 1 a
Snday for a coup.e of day.
hbl family. He returned to
g is prepared to
you with the pat
ted Well Strainer.
no risk in put
Imer in well as
n't the wire to
with; to be torn
the wire. Call or
at our office.
Just received car-load
of Moon Bros. Carriages
and Buggies. Call and
see us before buying.
º Welsh Carriage and Im
plement Co. Ltd.
W. A. Guillemet, cashier of the
Lake Charles National bank, was a
business visitor here Thursday.
Many children inherit constitutions
weak and feeble, others due to child.
hood troubles. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will positively cure
children and make them strong. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. Cooper Drug
Word has been received from Mrs.
C: A. Austin, who was called to Sun
nyvale, ICalifornia, by the illness of
A Austin of that place, announcing
her safe arrival.
ESTRAY-Taken up November 15, one
spotted pig, about six months old, no
brand, owner can have same by prov
ing property and paying all costs.
• iohn l-omero, at A. L. Hebert's res
Miss Grace Sargent is spending a
:ew day.5 in Lake Charles visiting
friends and shopping.
If you are troubled by indigestion,
constipation, sour stomach, or any
other pain, Hollister's Rocky Mount
ain Tea will make you well and keep
you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
Cooper Drug Co.
C'ard of Thanks.
In behalf of the family, I desire to
sincerely thank the many friends who
so kindly assisted us during the re
cent illness of my brother James.
We do fully appreciate the many
loaving kindnesses shown us in this,
our hour of grief. Gee. W. Welch.
Pain may go by the name of r-eu
nmatism, neuralgia, lumbago, pleursy.
No matter what name the pains are
ecalled, Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea will drive them away. 35 cents,
"Tea or Tablets. Cooper Drug Co.
There is a large amount of rice in
the field between Welsh and Crowley
that will average a loss of fully one
third to the owners when marketed.
Donn't forget the d: ys that Dr. Keel
will be in Welsh next Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday.
Last Thursday, at the home of the
bride's parenls, Mr. and Mrs. M. N.
Limboeker, at Lake Arthur, occurred
the mamlriage of their daughter, Mabel,
to .ir. Chas. Skeggs, a valued em
ptoyee at the Gulf Rice Mill, as ship
ping clerk. Rev Corwin Taylor of
Welsh, performed the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs Skeggs will commnence keep.
ing house the first of next month.
The Journal joins with their many
friends in wishing them a long, happy
and prosperous life.
You run no risk by having your
eyes fitted with glasses by Dr. Keel.
t'has. P. Martin made his regular
weekly visit to Welsh on Wednesday.
Write for the complete catalogues of
Memphis and Grenada Business Col
leges: the old Leddin school, Memphis
Businesfs College, Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. F. A. Arcenaux was in Jennings
on business Tuesday,
Those wvho were fortunatein gaining
admissiron to the overcrowded Con
gregational church on Sunday even
ing, are loud in their praises of the
able manner in which the "Temper.
auce Rallv" was observed. Mrs. Fred
Calkins led the Y. P. S. C. E., fol
lowed by Dr. Mente, the pastor, who
exhibited the finest stereopticou views
on the subject obtainable. Mrs. C(lyde
Moore's rendition of "Where is my
wandering boy," and the solh by lit
tle Evangeline Russell: "Father, dear
father, come home," exemplified by
the pastor, on canvass, mightily
stirred the hearts of the audience.
One of the novel features of the even
ing was the exhibit of some of the lat
est additions to the cradle roll, beau
tifully portrayed on the canvass.
To each one sending us the names
of six young gentlemen and ladies who
are interested in a business education,
we will mail to their address free of
charge, a booklet of beautiful penman
ship iisued from Leddins Business
College (or known as Memphis. Busi
ness College) address either to No. 80
N. Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
It will always be safe and sub.
ject to your check, and you will
be relieved of all care and re
First National Bank
u LE. Rosoenn, President; C. P. KZ
nasý Vioe..Prsident: F. A. CALsirs,
cbier; g c. Wansas, Asst caslhier.
SHIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid for your Rough Rice.
Let us have samples
Jeanerette Rice & Milling Co., Ltd.
Phone or write, C. L. RICHARDSON, Jr.
Y5 . P. . ('. E. Notes.
Miss Anna Todd left the first of the
week for Manchester, Iowa. Bermana
friends wish her success in all her un.
Zim and Jule Todd left Monday for
Lafayette, to take a course in college
at that place. They have been active
members in our society since its or.
ganization, and will be greatly missed
by the Endeavorers. We hope that
they will return to us soon, as we need
them in His work.
Our vice-president, C. B. Moore,
received a message Monday morning
stating that his mother was very low.
He left on the noon train for his home
at Greensburg, Kentucky. We hope
his mother's sickness will not prove
serious and that he will soon be with
Topic for C. E., Sunday, Nov. 19:
"Medical missions at home and
abroad." Mark 1: 29-34. All are
cordially invited to attend theee ser
vices. Doont foreet the hour: 7 p. m.
Song service at 6:30. Will the members
especially, try and be present at the
WANTED: by Chicago wholesale
and mail order house, assistant man
ager, (man or woman) for this coun
ty and adjoining territory. Salary
$20 and expenses paid weekly; expense
money advanced. Work pleasant:
position permanent. No investment
or experience required. Writeatonce
for full particulars and enclose self
xt COOPER & CO.,
132 Lake St., Chicago, Ill.
Do you have any trouble with your
eyes? If so, see Dr. Keel while in
Welsh this coming week.
There will be held in Lake Charles,
for applicants to teach public schools,
an examination on the 1st and 20th of
December, for whites. and on the 8th
and 9th for colored. .Ino. McNeese.
20, 21, 22 and 23 are the days that
Dr. Keel will be in Welsh at the hotel.
Eyes examined free on the above days.
Late reports from the sick at the
Haber plant, are to the effect that Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Patterson and two
daughters who are down with typhoid
fever, are slowly improving.
DEATH OF JAMES A. WELCH.
Snccumbed to Injuries Received Oct.
22, by Being leked by One of His
.Males-Remains Taken to Colches
ter, Illinois, for Interment.
James A. Welch was born Septem
ber 17, 1877, at Colchester, Illinois,
where he spent his life up to five years
ago, when he came to Welsh, La.,
where he has since made his home.
He was injured on the evening of Oc
tober 22, by beIng kicked by one of
his mules, while doing the evening
chores, and died Monday, November
13, 1905, at 5:40 p. m.
Although prepared for the worst,
the announcement of the death of Mr.
Welch cast a nloom over the entire
community. Mr. Welch was a most
exemplary young man, a. member of
the Congregaticonal church and presi
dent of the local C. E. society. His
influence over the young men of our
community will be felt in fruits of
righteousness. Amidst the tolling of
the bell the remains were taken to the
Congregational church. which had
been beautifully decorated with flowers
and floral designs, and where the pas
tor, Dr. Mente, delivered the funeral
address, assisted by the local pastors
of the M. E. and Baptist churches,
while the visiting evangelist, Rev.
Quisenberry, closed the services with
a very fitting eulogy to the deceased.
The pastor, on behalf of the society,
placed upon the casket a monogram,
"'C. E." costructed of white Chrysan
themums and dark foliaged coleus',
and in behalf of friends, a ichoice bo
quet of violets, the flower thedeceased
so much admired in life. The casket
was literally bedded in flowers and
taken to the old home at Colchester.
Tllinois, accompanied by a sister and
Rev. A. B. Welch, of Houston, an un
cle of the deceased. The aged father
remained to settle up the estate.
We are a link between the past and
the present of Leddins Business Col
]ege, (or known as Memphis Business
College.) Enroll with us and become
a living success.
Wanted 500 lien
To buy the W. L. Douglas Shoes.
Apply at the Signal Clothing Store
every day in the weekifrom six in the
morning to 6:30 in the evening.
Saturdays to 10 o'clock p. m
To get good service into foot wear
buy the Douglas Shoe. It is a sensi
ble, economical and comfortable shoe
and out wears an" shoe on the market.
Signal Clothing Store.
TheDouglas shoes are recognized all
over the civilized world as the best
made, at half the prier for same qual
ity in other shoer.
Although we have not appeared in
print for several weeks, still we have
been doing business at the same old
Our enrollment at the end of the tirst
month was 157 and has been increas
ing daily. Among our recent enroll.
ments are Sidney Yantis, of Rice, Leo
Unkel, from southeast of town, Asa
Varrett, Omer and Claud Russell, of
Welsh and Mable and Ralph Taylor,
Which foot does Cora Carr limp on?
Mrs. L. E. Robinson was an inter
ested and welcome visitor in room
three, Tuesday of this week. We wish
that more of the parents felt interest
enough in their children's education
to induce them to call and aid us by
their council and encouragement.
The pupils of the high school are
discovering that good recitations make
few examinations and vice-versa.
Poor recitations generally call for a
Have you been asked what King
EdwHard's family name is? If so, what
was your answer?
We rejoice that the grass and weeds
are being cut from the walks leading
to the school house, so that it will
soon be possible to get to school
without becoming soaked by having
to force our way through the jungle
of interlocking vsgetation that has
hitherto covered the walks. Would
that our citizens were public spirited
enough to get out and cut the weeds
along their walks, so that their places
would not look like some poor widow's
The girls met in room three Tuesday
at recess, to consider the reorganiza
tion of Lhe Ladies' Gymunatic Club
and while this was a secret meeting,
(?) still we are given to understand
that the club is soon to be reorganized.
,Lev. W. Y. Y. Quisenbeery,of Ruston,
La., visited several rooms on Tues
day and made a short talk in each
room visited. Bro. Quiseubeary's re
marks were litly chosen and feelingly
given. They were in substance: "Be
thorough, the world is full of halt
done men and women. But there is
a crying need for the fully fitted and
comoetent man or woman. And again,
'Seek ye lirst the Kingdom of Goo
anu His righteousness; for no man
knoweth when his hour may come"
Mr. L-ead read a very interesting
article on "liquid air," by Ray Stan.
nard Baker, to his pupils this week,
from which they learned many new
things about that remarkable sub.
stance, and while a few of the pupils
have ears and hear not, yet the most
of thezm were able to reproduce on pa
per the gist of what was read, when
called upon to do so, later in the week.
Ask them something about liquid
air and see what they can tell you.
Moon Bros. Buggies
guaranteed to give satis
faction. Welsh Carriage
and Implement Co.
The special'services at the Baptist
church are y.et in progress. Rev W.
Y. Quieuberry, of Ruston, is doing
the preaching to the delight of all.
8unday morniung, November 19, we
desire to dedicate our church building
to God. We are out of debt. Every
body invited to come to all these ser
vices. Bro. Quisenberry is preaching
every morning at 10 o'clock and 7:30
o'clock in the evening. The meetings
will continue until Sunday night and
probably longer. J. B. Brock.
Coal, Wood and Charcoal.
I keep in stock, a good grade of
steam coal and coal for family use;
also all kinds of 16-inch dry wood.
Charcoal 50 cents per sack. Whenr in
Jennings, if you need anything in my
line, I invite you to call and look at
my coal and wood. Office near Jen
nings Rice Milling Co., at railroad
crossing. G. B. Evans,
Take Your Meals at
GOOD LUCK i
Full Line of Lunch Goods,
Fruit and Confectionery. Fresh
Oysters a Speciality.
C. C. aad M. C. SllPnlAN,
I will sell at my place 2' miles south
east of Welsh. 4 miles southwest of
Roanoke, on Monday, November 27,
1905, beginning at 10 o'clock sharp,
the following described property:
One 27 horse-poker portable engpine
(-rood as new,) 3 ,4),,di e ork muhles,
1 good horse, one Inare and colt. four
months old, 3 go (d milch cows, 2
three-year-old heifers, 4 yearling heif
ers, 2 yearling bulls and 2 calves:
all from good milk stock. 80 Buff and
Brown Leghorn chickens, 5 l'ekin
FARMING IMPLEMENTS --2 good w\ag
wagons, 1 surrey. 2 sulky plows, 1
gang plow, 1 Georgia stock plow with
bull tongue and sweep, 1 twelve-inch
walking Iplow, I three section harrow.
1 disc barrow, 1 spriig tooth harrow,
1 drill, 1 endgate seeder, I wagon box,
I grindstone, 2 sets double harness, 1
set single harness.
Lewis Lumber Co.
THERE IS MONEY IN
Prof. Howard of the Missouri State Agricultural College says: "[ advise
American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big profits are realized. It is a
hardy plant and easily grown."-A bulletin issued by thte Pennsylv:lia State
Coll,-e ini part s;a -: "The supply of native Ginseng root is rapiillv dimin
ishing, and the pri:ce per pou d is correspondingly increasing, while th' conm
stant demand for the drug in China stands as a guarantee of a ste.r nu market
for Ginseng in the future."-Consul General Rublee of Hong Kount, says in
the U. S Consulor reports: The sale of Ginseng root grown in A.ij rica is
very large here and Li. dem:,rl is so great that much more could b.e dliposed
of advantageously. The rout is as indispensible to the four hundred,-million
' bine.se :6. is their rice."
Gin-eng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cotton
The present market pri:. • varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound, while the cos
of producing is less thaI, *1.50. It is easy to grow and requires vter little
ground. An acre of matured Gensing is worth $40.000. There is room in
one's garden to grow several hundred dollars worth each year. The plant
thrives throuhout the United States and Canada in any soil or climate
that will ,rrow garden vegetables. We sell roots and seeds for planting pur
poses and can show you how to make money growing Ginseng. There are two
planting ,easons, spring and fall. With each order we give full instructions
how to plant and care for the garden. You con get a good start in this busi.
:ess for a small ,ntla%. and soon have anice income. Send two cent stamp
t4)day for literature tellingu all about this wonderful indust-,y.
BUCKINCHAM'S GINSENG GARDEN
Growers and Exporters
ZANESVILLE, - - - - - - OHIO
Murray-Brooks Hardware Co. Ltd.
Lake Charles, La.
General Hardware and
Stoves and Ranges.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Bar and Sheet-Iron and Steel.
U. M. C. and Winchester Amuni
Parker, Ithaca, Smith, Belgium
and American Guns.
Cask Aavances on Cop of 1905
For terms and conditions, address
H. E. HEALD, Welsh, La.
AGENT PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT RICE MILL CO., LTD.,
Ho'SE:HIIOL (;oon1S- - 'ttsitin-g of
4 bedsteads and springs. I Urtse'r, 1
wash stand, I hook case, I six-octave
organ, (sood as new,) 10 got d dining
chbairs. ; good rocking chairs. I cot, 1
extension d[inin . talih.. I di -' ,t- af ta
blb', "2 mb ,arttis. I ;'t tr'iZeratitr. I ite
cr't:'in f'ree'zr, :, , al . tait +d , somlle
kitc'hen chatirs, wai hinng machi e,
wringer. stoves. di hes antd other
('0o4kingg utensils; tal, a lot of canoed
fruit and glass jars. I have also hr
sale six acres of ti ed tinltbert land ine
mile from Welsh. I'arties thiring to
see this land and learn tr.rms hef,'re
the sale, can do so iby c.alling on rme.
TERRMS:-All sums under $2lc':tash All
sums of $25 or over, a credit of eleven
months will be givern ,,n bankable
Iotets, hearing t per cent iterest. 10
per cent discount for cash.
S. A. Wiiatrton.
13. A. Itichart, auctioneer.