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ANTED: 1 00 Boys alld irs
To know that school will begin September
16th and that THj I . O U R1 N UAL
B O() K ST ) IZ E is the Best Place
to get your
SCHOOL SUPPLIES. 0
Me ha ve the Most (Coml)lete Line of School
- 1)Su)lie(s ever' brought to \Welsh, including a1 Fine
Liine of the StAý1dard (Texts adopted lhy the State.
A stock of Two 'lIhousandl 'fTablelts, all sizes.
A Full Linle of (loinposition Books, such as you
I'encils of All ('olors andl Prices, Book Sacks,
Book Straps, Examination Tablets, Rules, Ink,
Pens, 'Pen IIolders, 1aints, (,olored Crayonls, Pen
cil amd Ink Erasers, Pencil Boxes; sotme beauties,
Slates and S;late PI'ucils, I)iinner h)askets and 1 uck
ets, Pencil sllarp)eners and many other thiiuigs you
Gneed when going to school. 0
0 REMEMBER: Our Goods are New, our 0
Assortnent the Largest and our Prices the
:: Cheapest to be Found in town.
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Words From Those
Nacdlche., ''ex., April 4, 1907.
Tyler Conunercial College, Tyler, Tex.
I wish to, s; v that the vountg men I
havet' .curtr d frotl \ ur college,
ess.s ..J. 1 Ii.l," 4 ; anl d laclk Har -
rell 1, have pr en Drv satisfactorv,
showing quitt , ce ,cluisivelv that the
t uaiuing they reIteiv ed at viur hands
was mo(ist thll,(gh.
Yiol" t tiIruly
11. .1. I)oolev, Agent.
Nacodoches, Tex., .1;arch 25, 1905
Employment deptiitment Tyler ('om
nietcial c' ,llege, Tyler, Tex.
I have waited a few days to see how
tue and my tºositiou would 'turn out.
I arrived in due time and went right
to work, Have not, so far as I know,
made a hobbie in my stenogý'aphic
work, and I only had 205 letters yes
terday and today. This position re
quires lots of hard work, although I
don't believe I could have been better
pleased with a position. You certain
]y have my sincere thanks for your
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have a ver'y plleadant man to work for.
Many, Imanv thanks and good wishes
to the T. C. C. and wiltl hopes of tea.
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Your friend and pup4il,
' Mack Harrell.
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Property For Nale.
Nine room house, on two lots, in
the \Vest & West sub-division, in
north part of Welsh. Will sell on
good terms. Call on or address
Mrs. Lydia Peterseim,
A Hu-man Appeal.
A humane citizen of Richmond, Ind.,
Mr. U. D. Williams, 107 West Main
St., says: "I appeal to all persons
with weak lungs to take Dr. King's
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has helped me and fully comes up to
the proprietor's recommendation,"
It saves more lives than all other
throat and lung remedies put together.
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The best is always the cheapest. If
you want the best horseshoer to shoe
your horse, take him to Ewing's New
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and does not depend u!)on hired help.
Lot and Found.
Lost !,t,-en l':3. ti. \esterdav
and noh tudb. . " , u.- a;ttack.
with naIuIIIsea L - ,'( in: tda ne. 'hi
lo SS Was i' |.,its V I it , . it itti
drug stoier, a box .,i l)r King's New
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J. L. BOYR. S. G. WARNER, 8
Gen. A\ . 1 ' . Iv. G. f'. A.. K. (.. . !R,.
O C ý' · ' I-S;t/ R3L 1<:w.s-s 3i"sV .rPJ
\V. ). Jones is on the market as
rice buyer for Viterbo, and Fred Deni
son for Fletcher VWiimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Curt Each arrived
Friday from California. Old neigh
bors and friends are glad to welcome
Frank and ()live Nice were visiting
friends at Iowa last week.
Fred Denison shipped the first car
of new rice from this place Monday.
Several of the Iowa people attended
the marriage of M r. Eugene IHebert
and Mrs. Mary Simon last Thursday
evening at bell ('itv.
Mr. and Mrs. I). D. Read were Sun
day visitors in Iowa.
A surprise birthday party was giv
en Grandma Goodrich Fridtjy, Sept.
13, at the residenes of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Goodrich. Mother Goodrich has
reached the ripe old age of ninte-four
and many friends united in congratu
lations and good wishes for several
more hirthday anniversaries for her.
l'he mec.ting of the associati)n if
('ongregational ministers at iowa last
week. was a no st interesting onºme.
Aside from the hu Iiness, several good
sermons and talks were giv', n by
I ev. Jenkins of Atlanta. (;a., RI\v.
Gonzales, I te. McCov and RIev. Led
yard, who is now in charge of this
work. The clo)sin, feature was the
reception given I ev. and Mrs. Led
yard and war a most enjoiyable aftair
and a cordial welcome was extended.
.!Mrs. LedV'ard is a practicing physic
ian and while Rev. Ledv yard attends
to the spiritual wellfare of the church.
l)r. Ledvard will give professionai at
tention to all bodily ailments.
Jos. E. Each and Rev. I ('. McCoy
and wife and daughter Eunice, will
si 'on leave for .Atlanta, Georgia,
where they will enter a theological
school. May they "grow in grace
and in the knowledie of the Lord."
Dr. Piatt is having the usual mis
for tune of those who nbring northern
stock to the south in warm weather.
tive of his horses and mules having
died. At tirst it was thought to be
clharbon, but later conclusions are
that it is not. It is to be hoped that
cooler weather and the recent rain will
Bell Gity News.
Placide Hebert went to Lake Charles
on businees Saturday, returning Sun
Miss Hattie Gossett anud Clebert
Derouen left Friday morning for Lake
('harles, from whence they will go to
Galveston on the excuision.
Mrs. Alton Haves left for Lake
Charles Saturday morning.
MIr. Eugene Hebert and Mr's. Mary
Simon were married 'I'hursday even
in g. After the wedtling refreshments
were served. T''hey were treated to an
Mrs Herbert Harris and sister-in
law, .1tss eunlah, were in Bell City
Mr. and \ilrs. Longenbach of Iowa,
and Nh's. Longenbach's sisters., Miss
es J.leie and Adah Findlev, attended
the wedding Thursday evening of IMr.
andl .lrs. Hehert
I,.le Wri-ght and .Jos. Each of
Iowa,. were visitors in Bell City Thurs
I,'\. Linis May anid wife and NIrs.
,las', Sistler, Miss Edith )Dance, were
guests ofl MI '. and M rs. Thos. (;ox
Thursday ana !'m'iday.
Eli Lon of loovwa, was a bell City
Mi'. and I 1rs. Eugene Hebert° left
Friday morning for a short visit at
Mrs. t:leber't l)eroueu was the guest
of .rs. Mary Hebert -jaturlday even
Messrs. John and J.. L. Hayes and
Allen Hebert were business visitors in
Hayes Saturday evenin,.
The two story residence belonging'
to Chas Delanney, which waJ rented
to Louis Broussard, was burned to
the around Thursday evening. Mr.
Broussard was not at homne and his
wife, who is vei'y deaf, just muanaged
to get her children out of the house in
time tti save themi I 'roi an awful
H-ouston and (Galveston Excursaon.
On Saturday, Selptember 7th. the S.
1._. r-aulr'oa will run an excurrsiorn to
Houston anid Galveston. [eturu lim
it September 9, on trains stopping at
desired points. Train due to leave
Welsh at 10:18. Rate to Houston
$2.50; to Galveston $3:25.
Best and Ceapest.
Panol Liver Regulator keeps the
Liver, Stomach and Bowels working
just right. That means to be well and
keep well. And it makes your motney
go the furthe.,t. Tin box, 15 cuttts.
tMoney bac'k if .,iu want F.r ,al,
i ;u, Sb-t',-.
ORDINANCE NO. 1I7.
Ordinance to urohibit a' yone from
picketing or staking any animal with
rope or otnerwise, where said animal
can interfere, range or pass on or
across any of the sidewalks or streets
in the town of Welsh, La.
Section 1. lie it ordained by the
M avor and Board of Trustees ot the
Town of Welsh, La., that it shall be
unlawful for any person or resident
of the Town of Welsh. to iuicket, or
stake with rope or otherwise, any ani
mal in such a position or location, so
that said animal can interfere, range
or pass on or across any of the side
walks, or any of the streets of the
ITown of Welsh.
Sec. 2. lie it further ordatued , etc.
'lThat any person violating this or an)
cart of Section one of this Ordinan|cc,
shall, upon conv\iction, he tined in a
sunm of not less than one ($1) dollar,
or more than twenty ($20) dollar., or
in default of payment of tine imposed,
shall he imprisoned in the town cala
hoose, not less than one day nor
more than twenty days, or both tined
and iln iii m ,ioed at the discretion of
Se.c 3. . e it further ord airned, etc.,
'I'ihat this Ordinance shall be in full
force and effect froml and after its
anuopltion ani prlonul,2atio)n.
S.c. 4. IHe it further ordained. etc..
That all ordinances or parts of ordi
ilacs., in so far as they conflict here
with. ie and the same are hereby re
F. I). Calkins, yea.
A. T. Jones, yea.
Chas. Dautel, yea.
E. H. Boling. yea.
E. C. Willard, yea.
A,\lproveil September 3rd, 1907.
C(. E. ('arr, Mayor.
ORDINANCE NO. 1S.
Ordinance providing for the levying
and collection of taxes on all property,
real and personal, within the corpor
ation of the town of Welsh, La., for
the year, A. I., 1907:
Section 1. Be it ordained by the
Mayor and Board of Trustees, of the
Town of Welsh, La.: That for the
purpose lof defraying the necessary
expenses of the Town of Welsh, La.,
for the year of 19)0, as per budget of
expense hereunto attached, there be
and hereby is levied a tax of eight
mills on the dollar, of the assessed
valuation of all taxable property in
the Town of Welsh, La.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That a special tax of live miills on the
dollar, of the assessed valuation for
the year of 1907, of all the taxable
uroperty, real and personal, situated
in the Town of Welsh, La., be and the
same is hereby levied for the main
tainance of public schools in the Town
of Welsh, La.,
Sec. 3.-Be it further ordained, etc.,
That all taxes hereby levied, shall be
alien and privilege on all taxable
plrop)erty, paramount to all other
liens, state and parish taxes excepted,
and shall be due at the same time and
be collected in the same manner as
provided for the collection of state
and parish taxes.
See. 4. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That all taxes hereby levied, shall be
come delinquent on and atter tile first
day of January, 1908, and if not paid
when duie, shall draw interest at the
rate orf 2 per cent. per mnonth from
January 1. 1908, until paid.
BUDLGET OF EXPENSES.
Secretary and Tax Collector..$ 37) 00
.Mlarshall and St. Cornm......... 5,50 00
Streets and hBridges ......... 1,000 00
Pu)lie l.niprovements........ 1.500 00
F. D. Calkins, yea.
A. T'. Jones, yea.
E. H. Boling, yea.
Chas. Dautel, yea.
E. C. Willard, yea.
Applroved September 3rd, 9!07.
C. E. CaI'r, Mayor.
If It's a Reputation
you are after, White's Cream Vermi.
fuge has a world wide reputation , s
the belt of all worm destroyers, anu
for its tonic influence on weak and un
thrifty children. It improves their di
gestion and assimilation of their food
strengthens their nervous system and
restores them to health and vigor
nu tural t a child. If you want a
healthy, happy childi, get a bottle of
White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by
We may have war with Japan, but
for the time being I am selling the
best of feed at very reasonable prices
at the Globe Warehouse. Give me a
trial order. A. R. Arceneaux.
On Trle Rlae aide.
Neglected Coughs and Colds put one
on the unsafe side. There is no need
to take these chances. Royaline
Cough Cure, taken in time, will quick
Iv put you on the safe side. You will
tind nothing better for Coughs, Colds,
Croup and Whooping Cough. Con
tains no opium. Pleasant, Safe, Sure.
Keepl it on hand. 25 cents. Money
ba,:ck if you want it. Get a bottle to
day. F'or sale by Cooper Drug Co.,
and Crescent Drug Store.
('ard of Thanks.
We desire to thank our many faiends
and neighbh,ris fr their sympathetic
and kindly asist:Une-. 'rndered during
th" I're-,,t Sickne~, a;ld death of oum
beio,v,' : I 'i,,.,to, . ." , ll ne.
Socia I)oings. ,
Inaphenia Faiight Entertained Her Lit.
tie Friends 31,onday.
D)aphlen a Fall'ilt entertained coliue
twenty (or Lh.rty , her litt], trirnids
nonday aft:'it ron at her hiuli'e rnll
South Adatms street, the occasion be
ing her tenth birthday. The usual
amtusements were enjoyed. suipplenent
ed with that never failinlg source iof
childish delight, cream and cake.
M1any handsome presents attest the
high esteem in which D)aphena is held
by her v\oang friendls.
Mr. aiM Mr. 1'. WV. Daniels Enter.
laiied Presbyterian Christian
The I'l tistian l':tjtl. avor of the lPres
Iyterian church were delightfully en
tertaired at the elegant home of Mr.
and Mrs. I'. W. l)aniels, Wednesday
evening About twenty members were
present and after a profitable business
meeting, enjoyed various tiomts of
aniusernent until a late hour, when re
frehlitnents were served and the guests
departed for hone,. having enjoyed a
pleasant and profitable evening.
.\ Pleasant Surprise Party.
A very p1leasatit siutrpri:-e party was
givetn Miss '.ae o 'neil ''Tue-da v evuen
ing Ibv the vonng folk. The friends
met at D)r. ('oiper'. aritl went in a t
hody to the o('vl.erdale hioime wheret
Miss ()'tiill is tlhe guest of her sister,
MIrs. P'hilip ('o\1verdale. The evening 1
was spent in the elijov\tuent of music,
games and social conversation. The
friends had also brought a large
freezer of cream which contributed its a
part toward the success of tihet evening. t
At at late hour the unests returned to
their homes after having enjoyed one
of the pleasantest evenings of the
The Alpha Ava Enjoy a Social Evening.
The Alpha Ava club was most pleas
antly entertained at the home of .Miss i
Lulu Morgan 'Friday evenin,.. Irto
gressive bunco was the Iprincipal feat- I
ure of the evening's entertainment.
Refreshments of cream and cake added
their share to, the pIleasures of the
gatheriun,. Before taking their de
parture the members of the club were
favored with some splendidly rendered
musical selections by both Miss Clara
Craig of Jennings, and Mrs. Philip t
Coverdale. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Cov rdale and Mrs. r
Coverdale's sister, Miss Mae O'neil, L
of New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
W. Daniels and Mrs. Daniels' sister,
Miss Craig of Jennings. Mir, and Mrs. f
J. Alfred Martin, Mr. and Mrs. W. t
B. Gabbert, Mr. and Mrs. D. It. Read,
M.ir. and Mrs. Banker of Vinton. Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Jones, Mr: and Mrs. E. H. Bol
ing, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mor,.,an,
Misses Lulu and Fthel Morgan and
lessrs. Morgan. s
$30.00 To California.
September I to October 31, 1907, inclusive.
Southern \ "S
This rate applies from most poinls in LOUISIANA, correspodingly low rates from ether piLa
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The infant dauahtr of Mr. and Mrs.
James Wilson was called home Sat
urdav afternoon after a brief illness.
The little one had hen a light in the
home for but a few brief months when
it was called to its eternal home. The
funeral servi·es were conducted at the
home by RIev. Carruth, interment be
ing made in Welsh cemetery. The
many friends extend sympatbhy to
the bereaved parents. -
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*Large selectiotjf ards ist i
Ian'ing frtom t o( tf f 'ents to
cenJt,s 'a( h .I,ý,ý;ýrh; I;ook Soeo
The best tic'e lant il I'lkited StM
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IFor Police Juror of ward Two,
I n ish to annouiule that I amarc
didate for police juror of ward tlo
subject to the action of the vote
the democratic Ifzimaary.
F'. A. Arcenean.
We are authorizfed to annoueg
name of John W. lhorer as ae(.
date for the (tlice of Clerk of C,4
in and for Calcasieu parish, La., ss
ject to the action of the Demo0arc
What numbers ot women drag (h1
way in pain through the endless
ties that crowd brain and hand ·i
heart. But life's work must still a
on. Panol is a priceless boon a
blessing to suffering women. I gi
strength and quiet to the tired nrq
tones the digestion, improves W
petite, brings restful, refreshing 6a
regulates every function, rids thbs
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cheeks, and joy in the heart. Ad
does it in a way so different from
of ordinarv medicines that it
forth the loudest praises. Pleasag
take as lemonade. Try it now. $
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Cooper Drug Co., and Crescent Dri
To the Democratic voters of Calke
With profound gratitude for bi
very kind recognition given me bet
tofore by my fellow citizens, I
respectfully announce myself as
candidate for the office of sheriI a
liciting the support of the Demomo
at the ensuing General Primary, at
agreeing to abide by the resultof al
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O1 accou.t of superior results
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for,'"un and other vaccines in t
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has been largely and succesifaUPt,
Iberia parish and vicinity fer
three years. Write to the man
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Francisco, Cal., for testimonials
their new free booklet on Char*ri
Cutter's Vaccine is for sale by
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