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Ema c 3 IIocI I-I 7 Za ,'h p i(( j I~ I1 u , SI f Cp r i. V2?(t1-- d aI Vill Y ('t-aP( tl p~ CILa 0' els vii le C' if 000oo0000ooo 00000000xxxx . That The- . 8 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 8 Is the Best and Quickest Line 81 8 IAUISUVLLE, ST. LOUIS, 8 MEM)PHIS, INCOINNATI, CHICAGO. Two Handsomely Equipped Trains on Fast Schedules; at Convenieiit Hours Daily. NO iHANGE OF STATIONS AT NE` ORLEANS. (Cheap Sunt-'ier Excursion 'I iekets o S.le ])iily up to Sep tember e 0 f. Ifcot ( 1te plating a trip write to the ufndersigned. G. W. SC[IELKE, T. P. A., Room 4 Postal Tel. Bldg.,T rdouston, Texas. 000~0000000060000000000000 $30.oo TO CALiFO1RNIA $30.oo . V IAA Southern pacif "Snnset Route." Tickets On Sale Daily to OCTOBER 31, 1906. The Last Chance to Secure This Rate l)uring 1906. : : : : : Pullman Excursion Sleepers Daily NEW ORLEANS --TO- SAN FRANCISCO. F. E. BATTURS, G. P. A., S. G. REED, D. P. A., New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. (INCORPORATED.) LONG DISTANCE LINES AND TELEPHONES OF THISICOMPANY ENABLE YOU TO TALK ALMOST ANYWHERE IN SOUTHERN IN DIANA, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE, MISS. ISSIPPI AND LOUISIANA. WE CAN PUT YOU IN QUICK lAND SATISFACTORY COMMUNICATION WITH THE PEOPLE OF THIS GREAT SECTION OF THE COUNTRY. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. RATES REASONABLE. EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES UNSURPASSED. JAMES E. CALDWELL, LELAND HUME, T. D. WEBB, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Asat. Gen. Mgr. Treasurer. ++++++++++:++++++++ Waldens Business College "LAKE CHARLES, LA. Oeeulpylug Its Own Bailding. Telegrapbh, Shorthand, Business and English Departments. Not the largest, but the best school in the South. Its growth has been phe nominal 350 Pupils Earelled the First Year 250 Every gradsate placed in a profitable position. Had more calls for Stenographere, Iteokkeepes, etc. than we could fil l. Experienced teachers, elegant school rooms, cheap board. Four weeks with us equal to 12 weeks elsewhere. Free catalogue tells why, If you ae interested in any of the above, write for it today. Fall t eemap Sept. t7T, '9. L I WALDEN, President Sl- citL public school board is try inr to nake satisfactory arrange InenO- t 1o Int unlIenent of the par ih school, whereby the pupils living .u te di,,:t.i.s :..j .inilg tihe city may have til bh,:letit of the city schools by aI transfer of the parish school funds for thll ' c'hiildren to the city school - fuld . 'i'Tii Ieoph living near the S.il v ,'ait to have the advantage of th, ,cit schlols and this is a satis f:c;,:.. wav to adjust the nmatter.- 2 [ . tilt e"s I'vC Ss. Why should nt Welsh make an ef f r mI I'I i' u11l-' ne X 1 51 arrain-je ' l I I * I , 11 a vItasoabl e ('1t11 i. - ,:ati', for tlel tuition of pupils 'fr, n oute,i,, to district. 'T'il, i'e. r of,", ', ...1 huilt and fur j i,';..d h+.1' (,wn s14cool) house. pays for huher twn fel, hire;s a janitor and keeps !I: '; I i.i.s flr the school house a + t',ru IIs, i,,is a special sch(ool tax. a d un in.::its one of the best s~hllools in the parish, if not of the Stdte. DI)-ig each ,o the past te)w years we ha ve had enrolled from thii ty to forty pupils livini' without the (istlrict. a Il lliiter of themn even co(n ine' fri,,m w\ithout the ward. We Ie lile i .., a-. the-c children are attend in,, t!e \\'.i-h 'chool year after yetar' ai, :11 '' I' .. , : i lii eidul'i e tion i he'r I , that il- :il, mUre4 than just that the l.r itort;in of .cheool tax which their ,. Iii5nt; pLIV to tit parish tun(( should ie t,' c,! wV'r t,4 that s('ho(,1 where' the 4'1:il'r,'l :art' ( uceated. is ORDINANCE NO. 116. An ordinance requiring all owners and lessees of land situated within the town of Welsh, Louisiana, to keep their lands clear ,of all poisonl u (or' ohnoxious weeds and grasses, and all sidewalks and bankets along or in front of said lands, free from all ob struction by weeds, grass or')therwi se, and providing penalties for violation etc Section 1. 130 it ordlain(ed by the Ma (or and Iloard o(f 'iTruntes: That it shall be unlawful for any o(e culpant (if any lands situated in the town o.f \Velsh, wlrether an ownllr ,o - lessee, or lany l'si lit t o(Wine'1 of Iun s occupied lands, to permit any lands ownetld or' occullpie 1d, thel i to bheeoime inet'tlhered by )poiitus or obin::x r ious weeds or grasses, or to allow any sidewalk oi I, anket ahlo,n ('r in Q front of anyi land so IV, ed t' o(n' (,u I1 pied to Ibecomle olb,ttucted by ',leed. t grass Ior othlerwise. e Sec. 2--lo it further ordained etc, o That in the event that any of the lands situated in the town o(f Welsh, Louis e iana shall become incumblered with - poisonous or obnoxitous weeds or grass, or any side-uwaik or hanket be I- comeii tl obstrictld b wIcds, g'ra:s (ior . otherwise, in violation of this ordi ] name. if the land ;o inttwiered.l, or e along which said sidewalks or hank r ets ar'e obstructstC . i-; ('ecupid or I owned 1 a resildent ofl the town (if \Welsh the said (e('cuant, o(rt the owner of uti;Cculpied land 'hall be notified by the street Conllinlisionler It t nove said weelds, crass 01or tIlthir obstructiotl and tailinz to (do so wi!Iin iive days the said owner (or o(elLupant shall be fined not less than (ote dlnlar nort )lnore than twenty (dotl;as o(r be in )I'risoned not less than one day no101 more than ten (lays 1or both at the dis. cretion of the .Ma:a'or. If the said lands are unlccutpied anid owned ºby a non-resident, the street comruissioner shall give notice by reigisteredl mail sent to the last known address of said owner, to re'mCove 1or causeo to h r'e moved all weeds, grass (or othIr ob ,tructions nlin auli (of their lands or tl;e sidewalks anid hlinkeit alonti or in fr)ont of the salllO, at:d in the event tihat said weeds, giass (ot other ob. struction., and in the event that said weeds, grass or other ob structijons h1e noIt removecd within ten days, then and in that event the street' commissioer shall cause the same to be removed. Sec. :--lie it further ordained etc. That the street commissioner shall render a statement of all expenses in curred by him in seniling notices and statements and in remnovin,. weeds and grass from unoccuplied lands, and ob structions front sidewalks and bankets along or in front ofsaine, of non resi dents, by registered mail to the last known address of the owner thereof, and in the event that said owner shall neglect or refuse to piay the same be fore the next regular meeting of the Town Council of the town of Welsh, they shall assess the amiount, with twenty-tive per cent additional to co(. er cost of recording etc., to the land from wh:ich weeds or grass have been removed, or in front of which obstruc tions of any kind have been re imoved from sidewalks or bankets, and said assessment shall constitute a first lien and privilege on all lands so assessed, state, parish and municipal taxes excepted, and shall draw inter est at the rate of twelve per cent per anumn until paid, all of which may be recovered in any court oif competent jurisdiction. Sec. 4-Be it further ordained etc. That each and every tive days weeds or grass are allowed to remain on oc cupied lands owned by a resident, or any obstruction of weeds or otherwise on any sidewalk or banket in front of said land, shall constitute a seperate offence and shall subject the persons responsible therefore to all the penal ties provided in section two of thisOr dinance. Sec. 5-lie it turther ordained etc. That thisO-dinanee shall Go intoeffect immediately after its adoption and publication and all ordinances or parts of ordinances contrary to or in conflict with the provisions hereof, be and are hereby .repealed. A. T. Jones, yea. P. Miller, yea. E. B. Boling, yea. C. E. Carr, yea. Approved Sept. 4th 1906, Jno. H. Cooper, Mayor. ORDINANCE NO. 117. Ordering sidewalk to 'be built from the north east corner of Block No. 29 to the south west dorner of Block No. 63. Sec. 1-Be it orcainu uy the May or and board of trustees, of the town of Welsh, La., that in compliance with a petition properly signed by the Resident Owners of a majority of the property owners abutting on the street proposed to be imDroved by the build. ing of side walks. Said petition having been properly )signed and presented at the regular meeting of the board of trustees on the 4th day of Sept. 190(1 and by them apnroved. Therefore in accordance I with the authority here invested Ito ordinance number (52) it is hereby or; rs dered that a sidewalk be built accord ' ing to the specifications adopted Aug. 'P, 19X. Bleginning at the north east corner of Block No. 29. thence south 11 to the south east corner of libock No. in 32, thence west to the north rvet ci - - ner of Block 32, thence north to the, , south east corner of Block No. 30, )fl thence west to the north west corner of Block (i3. "' Sec. 2---Be it further ordained that it shall be the duty of all oDners of c' property frontin_ on that part of " oodwin and Sirmmons Streets herein n)a amed , to iconstruct or cause to he,' - constructed a sidewalk as aboive p)io s vided within twenty days from the ad e option and pl)irul2ation of this or - dinance, and in case of failure o)1" ne elect to build said walk ,it shall then a) he huil, a'ciording ti, the l'provicsicns, If said ordinance nItulilci' (52) Sec. (3)--lie it funther ('rdainmd etc. that this ordinance ishall taile etlect from and after its adoption and pro Is mulgation. A. T. Jones. yea. P. Milletr. yea. E. H. Boling, yea. C. E. ('arr, yea. I \1Appro)ved Sept. -4th lth;, .Jno. H. Coolier, Mayor. -I Geleral Robert E. Lee r was the greatest general the wr,rld has If ver known. Ballard's Snow Lini rI uent is the zzreatest liniment. I'u ickl v Id cures all pains. It is within the reach e of all T. H. Pointer, Hemtlpsteadl, iu Tecxas, writes: This is to certify that s Ballard's Snow Liniment has bh-!lu c used in mly household forit years and I has been found to be an excellent ] lii - ilent for rheurmatic pains. I am never r without it. Sold by Billon Bros. Four To One. Last Septemnber I was drawing- a salary of $27 per nmonth: Now I ar. I Ireceivin ug $100 per month and have . lmuch nicer emlnploylvent."' A culrse of bookkeelping and shiorthland or tel- I ep raphy in the Tyler C'ouniercial a (Collee of Tyler, Texas will tiring I 1you the e rsame ood fortune. It will int cost you imuch. If you have not I the price, write them. tell them \hat you have, and perhaps they can hel!p you out. Their advice has proved valuable to many a uoor boy and girl. I MIr. Fred Ireland, Committee lIe- t porter of the House of lHepresenta- c tives, Washington, D. C.. says "If I were 15 years old again and wanted to be earning $25,000 a year, by the time " I was 30, I would.studyshort hand alndl t get into the manager's ottice as sten- K ographer. Mr. G. Ii. Cortel you, Sec. to two presidents, the later chosen to a position in the president's cabinet. t owes his prominence to shorthand, c which brought him into contact with i tithe leading men at Washington. i Hardly less remarkable has been the t rise by the shorthand ;and bookkeep ing route of Edward Bok, Sec. tiay, William H. Harrison. Senator .Miason and scores of tithers whom we c,-uld name. not one of Vllwhom receives less than $5,000 a year. 1 tany iof the leading olicials of ourJ railroads have used telegraptvI as a steppling stone to their present p. sition. If you coutl understand wbhatA it means to associate with intelligent, resourceful business men, to write their thoughts, to think as they think, to keep their books, handle their pri vate alTairs, to be ia complete accord with all that stands for commercial success and power, you would not hesitate to enter the Tyler Commercial College at the earliest possible mo ment. There is no city ill the 1 state Itoday where a reputaile, c(impetent I stenographer, Iookkeeper or operator ( cannot secur:, a position for the ask ing. There will be another bitr election in 1908, in which all oficers front Gover- I nor to constable wi!l be chosen. Ev erybody will want to vote in this elec tion. How many will be pre",nted c from doing so by failing to re ...... and paying the poll tax'? No one sr ,.A ject to the poll tax can vote in this election who has not the poll tax for the years 190(i andti 1907 before the last day of each year. It will do no good to pay the tax for 11107 unless the tax for 1906 has been paid before the last day of December 1906i. All people who read certainly know the law by this time. and, if they to distrachise themselves by failing to pay the poll tax in time, just let them do as they please and say nothing + about it. Every man ought to pay his poll tax every year before the end of the year, but if they won't do it, )they ought to and must take the coo.n r sequences.-Natchitocbes Enterprise. I - . Hard Wind Damaged Crop. A very hard northeast wins swept over this portion of the rice belt Sun o day evening about five o'clock. Plant ers from all directions report consid- It erable damage done to their crops., In some instances the grain being blown so flat as to preclude the pos-, sibility of harvesting the same with at binder. Of course there is but a com paratively small amownt so seriously affected as this. Watch for our new line of ladies' D dress bats due to arrive any day at I Daniels'. Sehool Notes. Welsh School Openled Monildaly Witll A Good Attendancei In The Gra;des. The \,'itn c it -ctoo-,,ls open., :,loun Et' with o an -tti.tanlce of al ';i (,tit' huudred antid hlty-flye. 'l'Th atiltl dance of the lower grades is above that of last year, while that of the upper grades is considerably below that if the palst year, owintg to the fact that several of the advanced pul)ils are teaching this year while steveral others have entered college this fall. Our scihool this year bids fair to be a suc(cet. The per'sonnel of the facul 1ty shouldl e a sullicient -uareutee of ability on the part of the teachers. lrof. A. E. 'iiilips, a native of New I'ort. Arkansas, was graduated It'ow the P'eabody lustitute of 'l'enlecse with the L. 1. tltol.ree in 10t)1 and took the lJ. S. degree froln the Nashville University in 10)t. lie comnies to us with four years experience as a teach e'aund the hearty rtcouummedation of his College teachers. Miss Irene Sharp, who has charge of the sixth and s\'lntl 'rades, li\les at hMonroe, Louisiatna. She is a ;'rudu ate of the Louisiana State Normal school anti has nad tohut ears teach ing experience in district auld illaoe schools. S\iSS Daisy Katuie, a native ot Nat c'ºotlocht,+. was 'gratnatt't It toum ti'' Louisiana State Normal School i1i lDi,', and has had ont' veatr's expf-ri e lie lea.n ii . hia ilatighllt tlie ,l'L Itar ', grade in t!,e Eunice scho'ol last tear. .\Mlis Bessie A llen, the .econd grade teacher, although a native of Shelby-' Ville, Illiuois, is almost a Caleasieu Irodtuet, having lived most of her life in or near Lake Charles. and having bcetn educated in th,. Lake ('harles schlools. being Igradluated from the High Sehool there in 1u0.. Miss Al le collmie, to her wori'; with (onle year's explerience, having taught last year at d Kimdet. .liss ,Jeannette Saw. our p1)optular p'tualty teacher. is a graduate of the State ,torial School of Springlield, Missouri, and has successtully taught our primary grades here for the past lolr' years. She has a warm p)lace in the hearts of her pupils and their par euts.' On account of Thursday being tne Jewish New Year, Miss Kaffie did not teach rool three that tuay, but secured Mrs. Rlead, a former teacher of the roomn, as substitute tot the occasion. The school ground, and the walks around the same have been put in list class order, the weeds and grass hav ing been cut of, and taken away (or burned ill, but we arl sorry to note that in burning the grass around the school house, several of the trees whtich were put out last Sprintg were killed. Illinois tentral R. . t ANNUAL STOGKHOLDERS' MEETING AT CHI. t, CAGO. OCTuBER 17. PERSONAL ;e ATTENDANCE OF INDIVIDUAL HOLDERS DESIRED. d Free Ticketto the Meeting . Public notice is hereby given that the regular Annual meetiý, of the Stockholders of the Iilint,.. (' Cetra, t Railroad Company, will bi held at the >r Company's otfice in Cbica:u, ' Illinois. Son Wednesday, October 17, 190, at 12 o'clock noon. To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued r- To Each Holder of One or More Shares _ of the capital stock of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Company as registered e- on the books of the Company at the d close of business on Monday, Septem ber 24, 1.90, who sl of full age, A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO is TRAVEL FREE over the Company's lines fron the sta rt tion on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered ad. x dress to CHICAGO.and RETURN such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the n FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEEDING g and the day of the meeting. and for the return journey from Cricago. only d on the day of the meeting and the FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ,. when 'properly countersigned and stamped during business hours, on or before Saturday, October 20, 1906 that is to say, between 9:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.-in the office of the Assist pt ant Secretary, Mr. W. G. Bruen, in SChicago. Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as t- above, on application in writing, to 3- I the President of the Company in Chi ., cago, but each Stockholder must in diuidnally apply for his or her ticket. g Each application must state the full l i name and address of the Stockholder a exactly as given in his or her Certlfi D cate of Stock, together with the number ly and date of such eartificate. No more than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as s'i registered on the books of the Com at pany. A. G. HACKSTAFF, Secre'..'ry. Ai CORN 1 OATS e CHOP ot Ai BRAN le We can Save You S JMoney on Your Feed Bill. ,Jones brothers, eI )T.VILOVI , * T1l7.410 CAIRO * MERIDIAN * * MOBILE NEW ORLEANS $36.So Ih ,vcr, Colorad p1'ri1gs or ilIl)h and hi( Go Se'ptemlber 19 to 22. -e turn limit ( )chtober 15. Gt Me way: retulrn anothe, Liberai St (Iovers. $27.o0 Rock island, Ill and Iback. ('o October6,7 and 8. Retturn limit Oct.16 $32.5o liuf,alo and hba (Jo Oct. 10. 11 and 12. It turn limit Oct. 19. TICKET OFFICE: S CGo2r. oravier, Opposite Telegraph Oli New Orleans, La. UEEN & CRESC ROUTE. Cheap Summer Excursion Ticket& " - NOW ON SALE TO POINTSIN *= ALA BAMA. GEOIGIA, KENTU MARYLAND, M ASSACHUS1I'¶ MISSISSIPPI, NEW YORK, NORTH C.IA.OLINA, PENNiG SYLVANIA, SOUTHCAR. LINA, TENNESSEE, VIR GINIA, WEST VIR :: GINIA. :: For Information. Literature, ers, Etc., write C. F. WOODS, T. P. A., San Antonio. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea A Busy Medicine for Busy Ftgi Brimngs Bodeo Hus and emS VlIN A specific for Constipatton. Indllea nd Kidney troubles. Pimples, EMe ' Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggis.h Bowels. and Backache. Its Rocky Mountail -lGai let form. 3 centr a box. G,·umime U RHoL zastr I)Rnto COMPA'r. 0 l.4I1 0OLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW Though we live three score and ten, this life is but a feetilU ment, a fast flying cloud that and breaks, and disappears. We we love and laugh and sing: , we hate and die. Yet we sq the precious moments in idleaeW vain nersuits, and darken with content, malice, hatred, en0V strife as though we should lile forever and need take no the days speeding by. Let Us the most of life and lay by In each day of the things that moel not buy. Give to the world fred your love, hope and cheer. and sing. One hearty laugh chase the gloom from a hearts and return to cheer yo - darkened hour--lx.