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A Well Advertised 0 d 0 Narme S1, somethmng that competition, trusts 0 9 1:1l c1mll1 iliti olus of all kinds must 0 " ow to. If your llaIlll is stlllngly jilt- e S ~se l llltn people's minds iy judi .' l. aldvrrti-ig, you lav,' till asset 0 S nlt . worth perhaps as muluh or more * uiin yiour hu.stiiess itself. A baking . 4 powdpr companyli with a fac'tory and 0 ý5 slo ii; iv.'itig at a few hlidrud( thlouis- * S· ilars, retfused ll 2.l))t,o)0 tfor', its " 3 !:in-iue. 'They value their namne at S L :e:rl mlillitons. TL1is is only one of . i!1." nll Ilny thousand', of sul'h 'ses 0 * where the na i or!th rlI anil tunes " t~ t a iit o.u t the lusitnev. itself. Is e " I' I:l.te being ilpl'e's(' on peoples o I tiu h tl s s t l't o I g , r a ll s t f Iti g e l t ' 3tta iai l ! } ' j i The Journal * 0 Ss llll0 it ir t b unndreid of people Cev ery j Sweek with people's munwms land goods * Y0 * h : Why Not Yours? * * " 0 *eeeseteo®3®®""®meýecoee. The ice &eIt Journal. uhilii~iiu d l\·v~rrv 1"ridali v by~ Welsh Printing Comnpany, Ltd. OBE IDOL.AR A YEAR Ii AEI.(AM E. 'Entered at the postoftiee at WtelshI. la., a aecoiH~ class matter. viilar~·~ ··u·s·;a~a; ft V :1'!! i:iº: A half ',r e ita h: ..!1or. 'witll i n'ie i I iii of roeks, Arivci l I:t ho:wi -r l :ntl. ' u - '- o:,, t ', i( c iy irew tr: A note d( p hi ii : .t: t l i-t' a f S liiiP fair hal,. It ' Il .t `"in tw eu'tu . v : _ it :' - d.' .nol c',1i ,+"i a untrv lel . With yo I', k t, 'rr- - . ! . , ' i1 itever tell; t lt- Ol t , thi iui, If yop R*, .i t. 11i, note. ,.. ,t bacii. But, ah, . ' ., i;, in': 1)cts ir , i ' it . .t t ,i . : . - * .. , T tSo in ; t' ('ýisi thei1 t" adebt: h ' t.a. t tot': oyCut .. ouns. i Even a vise man goes la u whoe h< tries to :L:. - with a pret y woman. It's pretty hard to be a poor man but You will find it a greater task to be a rich otne. A mnu 'roe ( :' inisiles an ti walked three ta i:'id tih' puilie' that Presi dent Rt'( 'voclt held shot a hear. So atr, it is a known ifact that there was ni gr')wiingt at the arrangements made for the President's bear hunt. Love has been defined as the prelude to matrimony. If that is true, then matrimony must be the prelude to ali mony. You can talk about your blue blood people, but it's the common old miner who can boast of having gold in his veins. A divorce expert finds that "united" and "untied" are formed of the same letters. Easy his business as a con sequence. If Teddy has killed a I00-pound hear merely as an incident on his way to camp. what will he do when he gets there in earnest? Sick patients ought not to preach a change in climate just because they have money. Maybe their physician can't afford to let them go. A careful analysis of the attitude of the Northern press ten dears ago on the na'ro question in the South corn pared with th:at of the Preteont day would re,,ni a strikin-gent Vast. The blind et iciit adi the un'ualitj dee In.:, it of aut· era hiv xen e sopit "Oh. dear,''" aid MrIs. Sp ]:p. to Mr. SpOi,, looking do(,',n, frota hcr web oft t, sh if of th, erv ; s store, 'I am aftrai'i that w, laiv got tb move." "What's h tiot ble now, dear?'' asked Mr. Spider in stUr' i.,e. We hae lived withtthis kind -terckepcr Sso5.many months" "Yes, dear, I know we hay-e." said r Spider, with a shgh. ,"% L beegan to advertise." Humor na Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITB SOMEWHERE. Somewhere the roses softly blow, The gentle zephyrs come and go, The restless river murmurs low, Somewhere. Somewhere the sunlight sweetly falls O'er southern slope and cottage walls; The ringdove to his nest mate calls, Somewhere. Somewhere the blue of summer skies Above the fields of verdu: e lies. Where perfumes from the clover rise Somewht're. Somewhere are rest and dreamful ease Ientuath the shade of greening trees That whisper to the passing breeze Somewhere. Somewhere a baby's ".lau;.!ttr light Is ringing out from morn to night. The (lays are clear ail:! warm an: d bright, Somewhre. Sim,'how I hope to tin:1. s'noe dlay, A (hlince; to stt'.:1 a'bhilt' :ow;ay Anid with tol l.ugh!i ' ;,], plily Compensation. Emerson had Ihe I aw of cImpllenQl tion so tinely ti'aretld dltW\'n thIt a Bos ton schoolm:it t' 1(1ouhl st't ii without lha' i:lasses. Tinm wy he lltl the dope lixetd, if a u;nit w is wit lotill iaovt'e'ty lie genera:lly haid lialt1, aoil if ie sat in thl' lae it'" I x'ttur' le o \\n :'t to ý2et stit' w\'i :: ni''l'a' that l.uxury hai Iii' w'-tl t 111 il ii'!' :u! 1'(!t :tfteo 11 i t 'k,: oft I toi t 'vrr,'" _h I I i i' t 1.4 1,h!l 'i'hy "T "-- l.lit' h Cii '. _ 1: - i ':!L? · a i w i;."" H'V hc.l hzr 0 l:;'t wo ' di-n;" n d " - eck.ed' "In c' . ,nta?,.t i e·'( th., !(' f ,i , " ,.. ! h look' at! it ' !' t' . N.ot Kncking'-Oh, Nol "h lo.iin i ;ha; e ;1 son takef oi .e cu; .,ltu'." t i oo idea. Oe ne whic1t til ', "n.s to)I t it ul come in 'Ared l1:e slh,.uld ,ave to ill ke ' is li.iing i llir Whn fish.'" A WiComning to Thisand foe I" "wItor wIis hloquen and it would coime inntar law." "Xo, I didn't mean that. What is he indicted for:" PERT PARAGRAPHS. Oceasionally the smile of fortune is a malicious gril. A man flatters a woman to amuse her; a woman flatters a man to amuse herself. You can't tell how much a man is worth by the bill his wife's dressmaker sends in. The difference between a fad and a science is this-the fad is the thing that the other fellow is daffy about. If you just think of it a minute, quite a difference appears between paying as you go and going as you pay. Contentment may be better than gold, but you can't cash it. The hero who used to stop the run away horse and win the love of the pretty girl finds b!h self put out of business by the r::: : ' auto. The man who can tell where praise shades into Judicious flattery and uses his knowledge is in the line of general promotion. Haunted. O) :1 1 ]i.':, 1d a tinl. For th' It!.b oii f a silvery tfl, i.r ;: swish i aInd swirl \ 'her' the \V:tetrs curl Rounnd the ilai'Ue fir wading in "I'is for thlsce I long As the rublin's song Brings a l(ti(ld of memories sweet Of til' yeors gone hy. When my rld and 1 Tlhr igh the qu ivering rushes heat. F: r the cut'tiri's call V. in n II'h flh rc :t i!l In u ; I l n h,:tth is l ,v ,d , of i:: wildl m: to(, shy, Vi'here the ll ve.\ s ivn the i' itld.= rii' It'. "f ti :' I d .1. Sti l 1, in the . ui.ts of m,.n. It w\\:.s :1 ., : u1. 1 h );". to 1 ' -- ,) I T :,i i :' ti i: i treeu i' ' i t n I i' I. ..._ A n . it h.: .. li! I in:;e.g r , '(tn. Ho I- F Did It. t I i ii'.. .. '" ' .1 " :" 1 .€ - ;l . .' " e s iihlu ). S :11ti1 I i (tlul toi w! hich , •. v-t i, hi ave his ". ly. S lines lin, , ;. .' . ii a t in l, ' si • 1;'s i. or'. ," : ' I't< . "hr "n , ;, 1y :,.it- l :l 1 . ' ! i . , " "! " Passe ; h ;as..... 1''' Vi'. 1 it 0i l f t, : Salc Nosise. "' S he hi s a: r an::,'li;lly t ,exihhl v ,' ,." " 'e s ',.:, , it a "hIsp' r wlent thi ' lin ,i 'a' in i I,t ' tr. A Womani s Reason. "I'i:t,! i '..< 1ii , i: :t in e t ing tn 1 - "SAl sihe 1"l on tl i.s' whene.vr idal wt, Rah" ts." . .. Silt ' i I - -(i jf w ne A sin'er's voie mnay harve a tine range, but yet may not always thaw out the audience. A girl's idea of a ('razy young man is one who doesn't attempt to kiss he, when he has a chance. The town council of Gueydan has al(iprtl)iated enough imoneyl to keep the schools o0)en another month. Every girl on earth has a mission- and every widow under a certain age thinks she is entitled to a second milSSIon. May &th, Whatt The first of a series of illuminated lectures for the benefit of the Marys and Marthas auxiliary to the Congre gational church. Dr. Mente will lecture on "The Passion Play." The lecture is rich in beautiful imported dissolving stereapticon slides. CHARTER OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA,) United States of Parish of Calcasieu. j America. Before me, Lee E. Robinson, a duly commis sione.l and qualified Notary Public, in and for said Parish and State, personally came and ap peared John W. Tanner, Silas W. Day and Forrest L. Tanner, all residents of said Parish and State, each of whom declared unto me in the presence of the hereinafter named and un dersigned witnesses, that availing themselves of the provisions of the laws of the State of Louisiana relative to the formation of corpor ations and especially of Act No. 78 of 19$04, they do hereby constitute themselves into a corporation and body politic in law, and adopt the following articles as their charter for gov erning themselves and such other persons as may become associated with or succeed them. ARTICLE I. The name of said corporation is hereby de clared to be the WE[,Si WAREHOUSE AND SUPPLY COMPANY, under which name it shall enjoy a succession of property and all the rights, privileges and immunities accord ed by law to corporations for a period of nine ty-nine years from and aft er the date hereof, unless dissolved at an earlier date. Its domi cile and principal place of business shall be the Town of Vvelsh, Parish of Calcasieu and State of Louisiana. ARTICLE II. The purposes for which said corporation is established and the nature of the business to be carried on by same, are declared to be to conduct a general warahouse business, and to buy and sell and deal in crude and retined oils. lumber, brick, lime, cement and all building materials, fertilizers, feed stuffs, farming inm lemeunts and heavy hardware, and in general to do all things incident to or connected with the above described characters of business. Citation and all other legal process shall be served upon the President, or in his absence upon the Vice-President, or, in the absence of both the President and Vice-President, upon the Secretary or 'lraasurer. Any officer, director, manager or agent of this corporation is hereby authoyized and cem powered to make in behalf of said corporation any affidavit, or execute in its name any bond necessary or required in any legal proceeding wahc',in said corporation is a party or inter ested. ARTICLE III. The amount of capital stock authorized to be issued by this corporation is declaredl to be Fifteen Thons. nd ,15.ooo0.o0) Dollars, divid ed into one hundred and fifty (150) shares of One Hundred ($10o.o0) Dollars each, which shall be paid for either in money, property, LC0 j COOPER DRUG CO. Ltd. I WELSHt LA. - ('- rit'' r:ef Stand 4 1'a~t, ut, a Ian u t : al price,;: BI vsiive ;' V.M· ,C ý .;fý,. . .... }l _ 1 f + ujI-1to-daf ~(' ~ I·· In Our :irescrip. tion D~epartment " f - ý ` « 'ltt " I o 1; "i.." º ý11j't'ý and ý ,t '. 1''rt',llt",t I r;tiii ilalie, '' ",. .ý, "ý.,>ý. ý:ýý:,ý` -'ý (1 .;,ýu~l~ly 1"'rit~a~ llu Ii~½. 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I nfi"'tt:' of thiIs crs t'tit ,r. :t l'uth olriee t t, oi ir ,r . ie' the rl'thi: S i nt.n' ; I;) tt ul s ut :i:o.1 et ii:'ai i ,t ck t :t i lu ch I l onsist slhi at iil1'h lhullt, let fI tie i iir Idg ilt it:s ad \i-ain e. I ATIII'(tLE IV. The tt'ist,'h tohlul r f uts it corl'rasti in't sit t 11 hI'a l ; rt t rl. : nuIl llll li t ln l r I, th' c', on tLII IrItt ilie li ili t i- t iIIs t ue shal tctoll elect tro raio l.nt ti,, it " il.lt:ter lr .littrd of Iicrle tors', t-'~c- `,: ar ilt 'of thll'e' "ti itho.heirsl, dlul,l :hall ont' roli"' ti'll. "itni it ci -riler t i;E. tt lttittls ax Id:., o llt ' it : it crt t tll e r whol-sll ( i(''vet i. enl 't ltet'l. lfray e; lld a ' t'l:l o:u'ting of the ,, ' `, I- at :Illvy Til " hI " Ii tls al t i.sal eh., Ti;: t11 hll i)ulti ilg of t I 'er t:ay is ivte oitlint I tre!ntl p 1" hi, . b li lie u int .th,, ei't' hnu t tin : . a ,idl- stitit- a , t ah: . tI Se ., t o'\ -ltt, (,t sl asl 1aI he: l in hre to sll lld ort!iltae, wor t:. e i: Dle t i lY of t the uI rtl r'e tart ti give It ii nt ite ,l av e Wr t'en rtii to - Io fllllo vb -D . ' tolte "t ie tbe tit o t ue i i "r . 'en , or l'er ltddlresdl to ta' potlate,, given ,: sii stock h(ltherleat' a l n the ec -(nu tthi i,,ll,. Al ct: fu ar; of tac,,. i oreor to Iec btntin 1 iont tis ,n r''atioln. tn "nt rtili ;:tei tim reor ae stic-urre ndere, aull eucetllet, and new letl'ti at - -.,i-'i' to td:, ' tral.teree. lot0 l, ro to. entry tlh:he Iell ll0 toe honks of this 'o'rp)r fa l'rsit i ,t atit o -a e - slident. ta S,- tary o mem bir'ers of the loard oftn ia cornsi tlars ch arel r mary bl alend srer.:lld each iof snid ,olers shiall erfosn loike utites escual v ittll '; 'IlI o ei ttll bl e i 1ll i 't or l'a I toil the a it t allell:l lntecing of the stock holdersli oat of this crrpoation, he ti eof this corldatifor shall pcr Mose in . Tae oerf Preti. ent: poilns t . Daym Vicn, -Presidet, othae For ionsrl oflaw, and in the eo ent ofa tdissotionex eof stock. Taluer hrtll r o c nd Tr easr h ner. amho thr h:dl nlitS inute its cirst lhprio of Tofhe ulolnesg oan thiss of tr orio shall en, eontrol d ani psed ito eorpoa te tl eols ex-a it,te theron af H;oaldt o' i, mire,oros h Loms. yed of ytree stockkhohhrs, who shall have ldr er iaeOIIon the isffiers of this corporatid in toh adopt, ruend aod repea tl a set of si y-luaws for ove"rnIin thte busintss o this cor'lration, oa to ckho, adopt atd brak a oporain te seale at oheir f iu usu re: to siell, m rtage, or other wise eneauner any of the real estate of this corporation. and generally to have full charge. motncgleult and eontr.l of its usdiness ahnd atfairs, and al otticers, lmanager, and employ. ees shall a ie snbinct to the dreantotios, orders aned control of said Board of Directors. The said oard of loirectos shall within ten days after each annual election on e the second Tresenay of April of each year, meet anlld or. ganize ply ele.'ting from among their number_ a retsident and a ice-reusident, but they ty elect a tiSecretary and reasunrer who are not members lof the Board of Directors. ARTICLE VI. This charter may be amended,or the eorpnr ation disolved with the asieut of three-fourths of the stock present or represented by written. proxy at any regular meeting of the stock holders, ot at any special meeting thereof, called for that purpose, - in case of amend ment upon complying with the other pro visions of law.and intheevent of a dissolution the stockholders shall elect at least one and not more than three honidators to take charge of the property and assets of the corporation, sell aid dispose of same under such terms as may be prescribed by the stockholders, and liquidate its affairs in accordance with such by resolution of the stockholders aplpointing them. ARTICLE VII. No stockholder of this corporation shall ever be held lisable or responsible for the contracts or faults thereof, in atny further sum than the unpaid balance due the company on the shares of stock subscribed for or owned by him, nor Wshall any informality in organization have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of ex posing a stockholder to any liability beyond the unpaid balanceiy,if any, of his stock. Thus done and passed at my notarial of ee, in the town of Welsh. Caleasieu parish, Louis. iana. on this the eighth day of march, in the presence of O. Fulton an. James Elofs, com. petent witnesses, of lawful age residents of this Parish, who hereunto sign their names together with said parties and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. WITNESSES: 0. FCL'Tox, Jotx W. TAxER, JAMOtES ELLIs. FoRRsT L. TANNER, tiLAS W. DAY. E . - LEE E. ROBIN SON, "Not:a Notary Public. STAT'E OF LOUISIANA,) PARlsH OF CALCASIEU.f Before of Ler E. ltobinson, a du' y o cu. misioneb and etualifed Notary Public, in ard John W. Tatnnr. e ilas W. Day and Forrest L. Tanner eich of whrm declared unto me in the presencs.of te hatreinafternamed and under ',ned witne , ses, this at thy (lao tereby subscribe Name No. of Shares $reasons wCy Sunburst Rice Flour shot8d be ir every kitchen in the Rie BeWi iBec u,; it k rlt r ot ' c.nt I1Na in' Sla ul ., ur. I )11)U! thL[r it due; wheat ri;wn. 3Ca~st lie n'~r S;iII)UI.t ýjc J1(Ur ,'t ýlU th ide. (l! u tfl'nd fl.. `S jý it '-, ti :`(i11 Ofl of ev orC pl''r uil flhi'k1t':ijn 4ro.to efit }li !)wr trid it d!1U tl eihv ;ill';'( ~i'~ it- (dejuiand and elu'l ink~ the iiiI jMAITN BIROS. II. B. WALLING ' PAUL W. DANIELS M Manufactured by Peoji·ýs Indeýniidet Rice Mif Co. Ltd., Crso;lei La. 4 4I j ~~ppPY&eee ~·~i~p8~ · 12 Southern Pacific "New Yok.New Orleans Steamship Line" Between NEW ORLEANS and NEW YORK Stamer sails from New Orleans every Wednesday at 12:00 noon S " " ~'New York every Wednesday at 12:00 noon "New Orleans-Havana Steamship Line' Between NEW ORLEANS and HAVANA Steamer sails from New Orleans every Saturday at 2:00 p. m. Havana every Tuesday at 4:00 p. m. "Sunset Express" Between New Orlea s and San Francisco Leaves New Orleans dally at 1:56 a. m. Leaves Nan Francisco daily at :4s p. m. Carries Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers, yourist Sleepers, Combi nation Library, Buffet and Observation Cars. Dining Cars, Chair Cars, Oil Burning Locomotives from New Orleans to San Francisco. Inquire of any Southern Pacific Agents for all Information. F. E. BATTURS, (~en. Pass. Agt. M. L. & T. and L. W. R. R. New Orleans, La. • -i-: 'lnk i IW I''TT[F '' e NEW LINE OF SUITS. I have just received a new full line of Spring and Sum mer Clothing. UNDERWEAR OF ALL QUALITIES. Fine line of Straw Hats the late.t j in headgear. J. S. (ERSN, tWELSH, J. S.UEIýZ1'1ýLOUISIANA. WILL ClOVE TO-DAY.--The Journal will mov to-day to the building formerly occupied by th Racket Store, one door east of H. A. Davidson' Hardware Store.