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LIlITED DRUUGGISTS €4N+ + 1+++ ÷++1 +++++a4 LAST BOUNI). ,due .r . :42 a. n. due .. .. ... 11:51 a. m. 6due. ........ . .. a.m . . _.12:(30 a. m. , WiST BOUND. 5 due.. .. . ........ . 3:0 p. im 95due ............. :4 p. in. 1 due .................. 4:29 a. in N os. 7 and S night trains. 3one 34 fur further information. J. F. T'unus, Agent. ram ram. Wed Pure Cents Per MIl i Quart mývered anywhere in Welsh. Early vry. Bottles clean and sweet be milk is put in themn. 'Phone S8. ELSH DAIRY S. BENOIT, Manager TCorn Mdeal at Jones Bros. tibodau% is extending its water four Rice Flour. Jones Bros. high school at Marksxille had pduates this year. J% SALE-A good second-hand plbw and drill, C. A. SAXBY. Beard, aged 14, was drowned looroe while bathing. our Rice Flour. Jones Bros. SLouisana C. E. union is holding palmeeting at Bunkie. satisfactory laundry work call ibert Barter shop. riýr is still very high, but en say it will not overflow. Corn Meal at Jones Bros. re Matiango of Kenner was from a mule's back and killed. oils of all kinds at Welsh gand Implement Co. tow being transported to the ya by the Jennings pipe line. B. VanNess if you need or irrigating wells. Company has been organized with Charles Gott as prei t-ed polish at Jones Bros. 4 people of Louisiana have an association at Baton cleaned and pressed r shop. Brothers of Abbeville, ontract to erect a new bank in ladies' hand bags, is a and tans, at the Jo.;r Store. AL-A good second-h d and drill, C. A. SAXBY. struck a building and set . Shreveport, but not much done. :Oil at Davidson's. term of criminal court 4 at Abbeville com 19, school shoes and school of Martin Bros. n, son of a pilot at was drowned in bayou by the overturning of a tnd waist goods for fall Wear just in at Martin ard has appointed I National Good Roads Portland, Oregon, be 01hh Carriage and Imple. ftw Genuine Gandy and ,all sizes. son has sued the K. eport for 20,000 damages the killing of her hus tee, at Rosepine. Baker of Lake Arthur, stock well boring. Rosie Sasser was stand I the fire place at her landria, a bolt of Sdown the chimney of the Welsh sell the best. Philip Coverdale spent Sunday in º Jennings. A. B. Welch was a Jennings visitor last Friday. Miss Pearl Huckleberry was a Jen ºnings visitor last week. L. E. Roblinson was a business visi. tor to Jennings last Monday. J. R. Robichaux, Welsh Meat Mar ket for meat. .T. S. Gerson returned Wednesda y from a business trip in Texas. ºHlides bought at J.. lI. obieheaux. .Misses MIcTlur,>y and Napt al were visitors from ,Jennin.s to Welsh last week. Alderman Jerry ('line, of Lake I Charles. was a husiness visitor to Welsh Tuesday. Highest cash prices paid for Hides and wool at J.. l;. IHobicheaux. Prof. and Mrs. J. M. Nelson went to the .enninrs oil tield Sunday and returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Daniels, of Bell City'. visited friends and relatives in Welsh Monday anti Tuesday. Best Oil at Davidson's. Miss Mary Buchanan. of Lake Charles, visited her unele and au:,, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hutchbeson, Sui, day. J. W. Cannon. with National Pack ing Co,headquarters at Lake Charle.s. was in Welsh on business connectd with his firm. Miss Alice Miller returned from Meridian, Miss., last Thursday, where she had been attending school the past session. Miss Vernal Lively. came in from Meridian, Miss., last Thursday night, after spending a session at Meridian Female College. Miss Gertrude Pridgan and Ruth Craig Pridgen, of Lake Charles, were in Welsh Friday last between trains the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Craig. J. Alfred Martin and wife returned Wednesday evening from their bridal trip and have taken up their work in Martin Bros. store. They start to housekeeping in a week or two. Miss Agnes Smith, of Jennings, came over Wednesday of last week and visited Miss Tessie Davis in Welsh until last Wednesday when she returned to her home in Jennings. Yon are liable to an attack of some form of Bowel Complaint and should should provide yourself with the best known Remedy, Dr. Sum ARNOLD'S BALSAM. Warranted by Cooper Drug Co. Ltd. J. W. Goorich, a former livery man at the Jennings oil tield, was found dead in his bed at the field Tuesday morning. He was in good health Monday and the cause of his death is not known. Wmin. Terry, clerk in Martin Bros. grocery department, will leave Sun day for a visit to his "Old Kentucky Home" where he will spend several weeks resting up. His sister. Miss Stela, will return with him. I am remodelling my building for the purpose of giving 'ne more room for a fresh supply of goods. Yours for good treatment. J. R. Robichaux. W.'B. Conover, of Lake Arthur was a business visitor to Welsh Monday Mr. Conover left Monday noon for Jennings and started on Wednesday for an extended trip through Illinois on a visit to friends and relatives. He will be absent about two months. Mrs. N. S. Craig and daughter Miss Clara, and Miss Jessie Sterling, of Jennings, came over Monday to Welsh, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Dan!els, whoi) came over from Bell City to spend a few days with relatives Mrs. Craig, her daughter and Miss Sterling, returned to Jen nings Tuesday morning. I t' SMALL ACCOUNTS ARE WELCOME In the aggregate they mount up, and if yon will profit by the wise say ings of Unele Ben. you will start i hank account at once. We extend every courtesy consistent with safe banking. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF WZLSE, LOUISIANA. OfIers mad Directors: L. E. RoaIrenn Cara. P. MIaix. F. D. CALKINS, E. C. .tWLLAD, Da. Jxo. IL CooIwa F. L. TAs.Z. Flatns Rossr and H. A. DAVIDo. : : : : : : , Miss Lena Stewart, of Orange, ar rived in Welsh Wednesday and is the r guest of her sister, Mrs. Labit. J. R. Robichaux, Welsh Meat Mar ket for vegetables. Rev. George McAdams. D. D., professor of the F'ort Worth Univer sity will occupy the pulpit of the M. E. Ohurch next Sunday at 11 o'clock. F. N. Brasher and Fred Doan ar rived from Ilumble, Texas, on Wed. nesday night. They had been working on an oil well in H1umble and both in a serious condition from the etffects of receiving an overdose of gas. B1oth gentlemen are improving, however, and we hqope they will Ire able to re sume their work after a rest of a few days. Congregational church, Dr. G. R. Mente, pastor. S. S. at 10 a. m., ser mon at 11 a. m., topic, "Systematic Giving," Junior Endeavor 3:3) p. m., Y. P. S. C. E 7 p. in., sermon 8 p). inm. topic, "'Walking by Faith, not by Sight,"' Wednesday Prayers at 8 p. m. W. T. Hutcheson shipped another ear load of hos to New Orleans 1 Wednesday evening. This is the 1 second shiipment Mr. Hutchelson has l made in the past thirty days. Now is 1 the time to get some extra money. If you have any thing in the live stock 1 ,inw, comImunicate with him and hie will civ, you the highest market price. Let our farmers pay more attention to the hog raising than they have here- t tofore. There is money in it. and t Mr. Hutcheson will hell) you get the 1 money out of it. This ii the way to build up a country. Raise something to sell. Something that has a ready market value. Let the good work go on, and if it shows a tendency to stop push it on. J. R. Rohichaux. Welsh Meat Mar ket for good treatment. WANTED-By CHICAG(;O MAN-I FACTURING House, person of trust- I worthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistantlin branch office. Salary $18 paid weekly. Permanent position. No investment required. Business established. Pre vious experience not essential to en gaging. Address, Manager Branches 323 Dearborn St., Chicago. t For Rent. Five-room furnished house with bath. 1 Terms reasonable. Enquire at First National Bank. thlldren's Day to be Observed. The following promgramme will be rendered at the Baptist church, on June 11th, at 8 o'clock in the observ ance of Children's day: Grand March With Song....Youthful Comrads Building Song.................... y The School Invocation.......................By The Pastor 1 Address of Welcome..............A. 31. Cockrell Song, Let Praises Loudly Ring.......By School Class No. 1. Exercises .......... ....Our Babies Recitation.... .....................Francis Carr Class No. 2, Exercises............. G.O.O.-D Song. Joyous Bells............... ......S..chool Recitation...................Sidney Hubener Class No's. : and 4, Exercises ............. tRecitation......... .......... Harold Shipman Song. Lift up The Banner..............School Collection ..........For American Bible Fund Pantonio Song Class No.'s 3 & i Rock of Ages Song, Comrads of the Cross..............School Benediction. A remarkable picture worth MANY DOLLARS can be obtained For a Few Cents "The Three Most Beautiful Roses" I By Paul de Langpre. At the urgent solicitation of the Woman's Home Companion, Mr. Paul de Longpre, who is the greatest pain ter of flowere in the the world, consent ed to make a painting of what be con sidered "The Three Most Beautiful Roses," and the painting is without doubt one of the masterpieces of this great artist. This magnificent picture is reproduced in all its original grand. eur on the cover of the Woman's Home Companion for June. Although this cover is an accurate reproduction of a painting worth hundreds of dollars, yet the June number,' which has this exquisite coer, may be obtained at any first-class news-stand or direct from the publishers for the trivial sum of only ten cents. Mr. Paul de Longpre is justly styled the "King of Flower Painters." He not only paints roses, but every flower that grows, and is the highest authori ty on flowers. His paintings are found in the most select homes. Some have sold for as much as seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500,00). Artists, art critics and competent judges all agree that the cover of the Woman's Home Companion far excels those of any other magazine. The Woman's Home Companion is a magazine which in beauty and excel lence, art, stories, illustrations and fashions, ets., excels all other home and family magazines. The Woman's Home Companion is published by The Crowell Publishing Company, New York City, also Chicago, Ill., at 1 One Dollar a year, and is the favorite magazine in nearly half a million homes, where it is read each and every ' issue by three million people. ISCHOOL NuroE1S Our eight month terim of school closes today, June th,. As we look back over our year's work there are many thins which we view with pleas ure, while the kindly hand of time is already remnouing the stinll from the unpleasant thirgs. We are glad to note that thlirc has been a steady iin crease in our enrolllmet fromn the tii nt until the last, there being fivte enroll ed during the present month. We are glad to note that interest has been kept utip in the various grades to such an extent that our enrollmlent even at this late closing is about one hundred and fifty pupils. We rejoice that there has been a .teady growth in interest among our pupils, and an increasing desire to, secure as much as possible of the golden fruits of knowledge. It is also with unfeigned joy that we view the moral tone of our school. On all the wall surface of our )buildling and outbuildinigs one kill tindt no crrvt d or written words sui us a ssuallvy tie face publh , propertty. To my mind this speaks much for the purity of our bohc,, for, "fronm the full.ness of the heart the mouth speaketh." In conclusion we desire to thank the lpatroti and parents of Wel bh and vicinity for your kindly interetl in and loyal sulpport of the schools this year. No one is more cognizant of their own fallihility than we, yet we trust you will credit us with ha\ving hut one motive in our work as teachers. namely: The making of better citizens of the boys and girls of Welsh, and without your support we, nor any' other teachers, can accoimplish much of lasting good. 1). 1I. HEAD. SCHOOL NOTES. School closies today, now for a well earned holiday. We are glad to have Albert Russell with us during the past month, he is a good student and an acecptable ad dition to our classes. The High School room and room three will ,give short literary prograrus this afternoon. Rooms 1 and 2 are going for a picnic out to Mr. Reeves this p. m. \Vhile Room 4 will enjoy the afternoon at the park. We have no graduates this year but we have the material that will make some excellent specimens of that delightful product in the near future. Now boys and girls who were not in school this year. make up your minds now that when school opens this fall you will he there for work. And while we do not offer you a college education, we do say that the schools of Welsh can give you a thorough High School Education, there will ,be time enough then to consider the College Education. " Parents we trust, that if your boy or girl has failed to make his or her grade in this terms work, you will not conclude that the teacher has a special spite against them, but rather that by months of work and care it is seen that their best interests demand a review of the work, rather than ad vancement into new and hardier fields. It would be the teacher's pleasure :o promote every pupil if possible. Mothers will you kindly see that Johnnie's and Mary's grade card is taken care of, it will be their pass tort into their classes next fall, and should be taken with them at the beginning of next terms work, whether they enter here or elsewhere. We feel that the school and the city our a permenent debt of gratitude to Mr. Lee E. Robinson for his iiberal donation of $125.00 for the establish. ment of a school library fund. Who will.be the next contributor'. The World's Fair. Stereopticon lecture tonight at the Congregational church. Over 100 beautiful views. Admission 25 and 15c. Taken Up. At my place 1 mile southeast of Welsih one black mooley cow. No marks. Mediem sized cow. Owntr can have same by proving property, paying for keeping and advertising. S H. E. HEALD. Notice. The Welsh National Bank. located at Welsh, in the State of Luisiina. is closing its affairs. All note hol'l,,rs and other creditors of the associn~,tii,.n, are therefore hereby notified to prIl' sent the notes and other elrims ltr payment. (:HAS. P. MARTIN, President. April 17th. 1.1. ('onstable Sale. Secondt Ward .Tustice Court, of the Parish of Calcasien, Louisiana. The Calcasieu Implement Co. Ltd.. v. a. No. 175 William Oroth. By virtue of a writ of ftieri facias issued and to me directed by the Honorable Court afore said. I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder with the benefit of apprassment. in front of the Postoffice in the town of Welsh of the Par ish of Calcasieu, La., on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14TH, 1905, between the legal hours the following describ. ed property to-wit: One spanof Mules. seized under said writ. Terms:-Cash on day of sale. ISAAC FoTRsIorT, Constable of the Seoond Ward Justice Court. lW elsh IMaeiiiie Sllops, " 3I. B. VAN N'ESS, Proprietor. i iSMOKESTACKS & BREECH INGS5 * Any Size or Guage, and " * ALL KINIM ()F " Oil and Irrigating Stivi ner's, - 3I1AlE O)N 81:.T OTIC('E. " . A.LL KINDS OF . PIPE AND FITTINGS D Only two doors from Post ftice. 0 "00 *********0**********0001**0oo 80000eooooo.0o Lumber AND Builders' Hardware AT Lewis Lumnber Co. Limited Welsh, Louisiania. b qi~i4ii% OID)ElR 'ASTERN STAR LODGE. Met in N,<v Orleans Last Wee-k and Had a Royal Time. The sixth annual convention of the Louisiana Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, met last Thursday and Friday in New Orleans. The final day's session was marked hy the election and installation of offieers and grand banquet at West End. The New Orleans Picavyune of Saturday say': The session, although lively, and showing a stfenuous side, were said ti, he the most snur,'c,,ful in the life of the order in this state. "With the hanquet sif Friday night, the brightest social feature of the Convention had its place, and the members and visiting delegates were well pleased with every feature of the meeting." Mr. L. E. Robinson wor hy Grand Patron, said when called upon, that he belived no better or happier com pany than the one assembled had gathered in the hotel. He spoke of the progressiveness of woman, and how in the past hundred years she had emerged. as it were, from virtual obscurity to the high place she holds today. He concluded with the prop hecy tha4e in twenty-five years' time the Eastern Star would be the largest, strongest and most influential order in the country. Those who attended from Welsh state that they were royally enter tained hy the hospitable members of the New Orleans lodges. Those who attended from the Rebecca lodge of Welsh, were: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Robinson, Mrs. A. E. Bell and Mrs. Jno. H. Cooper, the latter had the honor bestowed upon her of exemplify ing the work of the order before the Grand Chapter. The following are grand officers of the Grand Chapter of the order E ,st ern Star of Louisiana: Mrs Delia Walsdorf, worthy Grand Matron: L. E. Robinson, worhty Grand Pat ron: Mrs. Kate Wakefield, Assis. tant Grand Matron: A. J. Manhein, Assistant Grand Patron; Mrs. S. D. McGoldrick, Grand Secretary; Miss Reita Hartman, Grand Treasurer; Mrs. Minnie L. Roberts, Grand Con ductress; Mrs. Georgie Labit, As sistant Grand Conductor; Mrs. C. R. Brownell, Grand Chaplain; Miss S. Ozenne, Grand Marshal; Mrs. Anna Manhein, Grand Organist; Mrs. Toe Gorham, Grand Adah; Mrs. Mary Freman, Grand Ruth; Miss Lucile Aaron, Grand Esther: Mrs. Lou Smardon, Grand Martha; Mrs. Mol lie L. Font, Grand Electa; Mrs. Lula P. Marsails, Grand Warder; . Mrs. Mary Smith, Grand Sentinel. The JournaLis proud of the cred itable showing the members of Re becca Order has made in the Lou isiana Grand Chapter and it speaks wel.l for our people and our town, that we lead while others, follow. May their work be as brilliant as the star from which they take their name. KILLIEI) Ills BROTIHER-I.'.LAW. Onezime Trahan stabbed and Killed "osthen 'Iuldry Near Lake Arthur. Onezime Trahan stabbed and killed his brother-in-law, Sosthen Guidry, at a dance about three miles north of Lake Arthur Saturday night. Reports are to the effect that the two men were at a dance and Trahan was trying to raise a row. Guidry tried to stop him. They got into an argu ment and Guidry hit Trahan with his fists. Trahan then'pulled out a pocket knife and cut Guidry on the arm. He made another stab and cut him in the jugular vein. Guidry walked about 40 yards and dropped dead. A warrant was sworn out against Trshan before .Justi.cr. Hempstead by Lake Arthur partie. ;rnd Constable Mahaffey was sent to Lake Arthur but it seems that the Lake Arthur mayor had taken things in charr_,e and turned Trahan over to a Dteputy sheriff who took him to Lake Charles. 'Rice Chops -AND of Feed' JONEDS BROTHERS. S4*. . ACCOUtT IN BANKRUPTCY. Account in Bankruptcy due A. E. Bell. I will sell all unpaid ac counts due to said Bank ruptcy on Saturday June 17th, 1905. A list of said accounts can be seen at the office of L. E. Robinson, Elm Street, near Postoffice. W. P. RUSSELL, JR., Receiver. J. . R. bichaux, Welsh Meat Mar ket for ice.