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EGYPTIAN SPRING CHICKEN.
"You sold me that chicken, yes terday, for a spring incubator chick en," said the man. "I did." "You're sure it was an incubator chicken ?" "I am." "Well, you know it is said the in ambator was invcnted by thefl ancient 'gyptians, and 1 , 'ieve ' it chick en was a living pr,:,f of it. -Yonk era Statesman. KILLTHE jUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 - Dr. King's New ,Discovery FORI OUCHS u&~i o IO fOLDS :al sottle Fre AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARAN EED SATISFACTOR0 OR XONI BEUNDED. i WE Canl Save you 1 ONE i on your FEED BILL 1oohs Brothers1 eed Store. ,,A E hC-4I Nervous Break-Down Nerve energy is the force that controls the or gans of respiration, cir culation, digestion and elimination. When you feel weak, nervous, irri table, sick, it is often be eause you lack nerve energy, and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with. plr. Miles' Nervine has eured thousands of such eases, and will we believe benefit if pot entirely cure you. Try it. "My nervous rystem gavero away completely. and ltit me on the verge et the Twgrave. I red skll edph" S but vot tried r aoment r ee7 . business. I be pa taking D s' Restorative erwine. In a few dayls I was much better, and I continued to nmprove until entirey cured. t am in busines an. and never miss a "o:'ortualto rcommend thB U Myrtle Creelk, Oregon. Your druggist lls Dr., Miles' Nerve InS, ad we authortse him to return of first bottle (only) If it falls binefit you. iles oMedical C1 , Elkhart,aI SEEDS Fresh, 3.Ilabkt. P'ure hsuuatod to Please Erery Gardener si3 Plantershould test o *nperlor mesrlto Ol I N oxthe nGrown cdt. SPEOUIAL SFF3Ft FOR 10 CENTS wewtilluo postsid oar FAMOUS COLLECTIOr' 1 ubg. bbs.N 3.41 . IWe 3mI ~ hm *bb~~~i~al l e yi UhrgsI·uuipI tsw wbs " Us 3I1w* rvl hIY#IbS fl i as - AesN alu~iuG~ Gidd. ,;. meeur..ord, nwols net~ Pamh~ar(.lT w~" I I a5 a.. 3 ýý ,?C. LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED, Pro Mrs. W. NI. Loving returned Saturday night from ian extended v visit at Waco, Texas. She was scle .alled there by the serious illness Frit ,f her mother, Mrs. Buhl, whose low' taill many freinds here will rejoice to day know of her iml rved cnndition. hig) On account of t:,e Conyention of tak. Annual Conference Church of pr Brethren, May 26, at Harrisburg, Ket Va., round trip tickets will be the placed on sale May 22, 23, 24, 25, prey 26, 27, 28 and 29, 1909, at $40.50. to I Final limit July 15. T Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pinney, gen who for the past year have been cha living on the 0. N. England rice pre plantation, are disposing of their household goods, and will leave for Boulder, Colorado the first of next month. The change is ne cessitated by Mr. Pinney's failing Grn health. Nu D. R. Read, editor of the Journ- Re al, left last Friday for Kansas City Doi and will visit, various points in Kansas before returning the first So of the month. The remaining por tion of the office force are in a position to receive all the good So things and otherwise, that usually Re come the editor's way. This is the season of the year so when a paint brush and .a lawn mower, if in use, transforms the Su appearance of a: place. Along Re some of our streets the tall grass and briars are beginning to be ob noxious, and if left undisturbed So will mar the attractiveness of our cement walks, of which we are are so justly proud. So Mrs. Prentice received her last shipment of Spring Millinery this week and is selling at greatly re duced prices in order to close out Sc this line to make room for her large stock of mid-summer Millin. ery, which will arrive about the 15th of May. 48tf The Presbyterian Junior Endeav orers enjoyed a joint picnic with In the Busy Bee Sunday school class C1 last Saturday afternoon, about a three miles south of town. The place and the day were, ideal for In the children's fun, and the ice cream and cake in abundance satis- R fled their inmost longings. STRAED Oa STOLEN:-From Chas R Buclk's farm, five miles northwest of Welsh, about February 8, .one II dark brown pony, heavy built, (9 brand on left hip, low down. $5.001 reward for return of pony or in formation leading to his recovery, L 43 tf A. G. Davis, Welsh, La. C Rev. J. A. Carruth left FridayA for Lutcher, Louisiana, where he J will hold a series of meetings, Sassisted by Rev. Louis May of SCrowley. There qWill be noj preach Sing services at the Methodist church next Sunday, but the following SSunday Rev. M. A. Hoag of Jen nings, will occupy the pulpit, morn ' ing and evening. To any boy or girl under 14t years of age, who will commit to I memory all of Buster Brown's res - olutions and our advertisements I for six months, we will give abso Slutely free, to the first, a suit of Sclothes; to the second, a pair of Sshoes; to the third, a hat. tf Southern Mercantile Co., Ltd. New line of samples in the latestr designes lin wall paper, Including t burlapo, ingrain, sanitas paper for Skitchen and bath rooms.. and a Sbeautiful line of embossed designs in durable and dainty colorings. Also a fine line of mouldings and Splate rail samples. Come in asnd - see them. Journal Boolf Store. Mrs.G. B. Woodall, formerly of Welsh, passed througbh here .en route from Los Angeles. California, to Washington; D. C., wihere see dhas accepted a position in the esw' S tag department, of, the Foreigh Seminary, located i sear Tacoma m park. She will j I h; e hhius;iand a there, who is piurauipg his* - tudi Preparatory to u missio work..,Soetiupa tih yhat they expsttoiio t d . thelfr chosen i i et 6 baby ProeLram of Closina Exercises of the Welsh Public Schools, to be Ren dered Thursday and Friday Evenings.' May 20 and 21. The closing exercises of the public sclhools will take place Thursday and Friday evenings, May 20 and 21. The ti lower grades will furnish the enter- in tainnent on Thursday evening. Fri- e day evening will be taken up by the high school pupils, at which time twill take pI,!e the Medal contest and the presetration of diplomas to the gradu- y ates, Misses Sylvia Yantis and Lucy Ketch These diplomas are issued by P the parish board. There will also be presented certificates of graduation to all those who have completed the work of the grammar grades, To cover incidental expenses, a o general admission of ten cents will be charged Friday night only. The following al'e the programs V prepared: b THURSDAY EVE1NING. fl PART i. Greeting Song. a Number Drill. Recitation, The Candy School........ C ..............Miss Ruth Cosner. a Song, Follow Me. Dialogue, Frog Hollow Lyceum. Song, When Visitors Come Around. t PART 2. The 'iea Party. t Song, Peterkins and Polly. v Recitation, The Hervine..... ........ ...........Miss Pearl Fontenot. c Song. Golden Days of School Time. } PART 3. Sunflower Drill. Recitation, Morving Papers ......... Reginald Wall, Roy Montgomery, J. C. McCollister. Song, June. Drill, Dumb Bells. PART 4. Drill, Red White and Blue. Song, Mud Pies. Recitation, Uncle Billy's Water Mel lon Patch,............ .... ...Master Ambrose Romero. Sopg, Vacation's Here. USHERS: Austin Prudhomme. Clyde Patnam. Clifton Carr: Joe Coaner. Amos Prudhomme. FRIDAY EVENING. Invocation.........Rev. A. B. Welch. Chorus, Sweet and Low. Reading, Bud's Fairy Tale........... ...... .....Miss Lucile Anderson. Instrumental Solo, Silvery Waves... ................Miss May Dautel. Reading, Pro katria ................ ................Miss Ada Findley. Chorus, Kentucky Babe. Reading, Gazelle and Swan.......... ...............Miss Pearl Martin. SInstrumental Solo, Danse Rutique... ) ..............Miss Ione Lobinson. ) Reading, The Soul of the Violin...... ..........Miss Mabybelle Gabbert. SLiterary Address...Mr. R. R. McKaig. Chorus, Come Where the Lilies Bloom Address, Our Duty to the School..... S.............W...Win. B, Gabbert. e Award of Certificates and Medals. SUSHERS: f Irene Butler. Ruth Bobinson Trueman Fear. Georgo Morthland. S Ben Gabbert. Clyde Miller, h . Amos Todd. Tdm Jones of Iowa, was a Welsh visitor Wednesday between' Trains Mrs Louise McVey, who has been the guest of relatives here, left for a short visit with friends at Bell City, Wednesday Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kiplinger entertained at supper the following friends, at their home on King street: Mrs. Ada Singleton and daughter, Miss Olive, and Messrs, G. K. Wampler, J. G. Sellers, Claude Singleton- and Austin Kiplinger. A jolly good time was had and the time for the guests' departure to,their respect ive homes came all, too soon. Dr. P. F. Murphy, well known to the people of Welsh and vicihity on account of his having been' con nected with the Crescent Drug store last summer, iturned Friday from New Orleans, where he had been attending the medical depart ment of Tulane Univisity, ' He will ssume the position of assist ant to Dr. R. R. Arceneasur. Dr. Murphy's excellent standing at Tu; lane, his careful ,work as prescrip. tionist here and his - taniding in ithis eommunity as a gentleman, all bspak for him si aot .asucceful career. Dr. Areneau. , whdes pran ice. +i ad pe.ive as to reqiiaieapsi a ti to be obu= .atola d uze uring so ablri .I= ; utr . .K . :· ""·~·;~ 4 $20 In Gold N. 0 Given Away. Twenty Dollars in Gold will posi tively be given away to the one hold- - ing the lucky number. Fill in this coupon and mail to us promptly. COUPON. Your name.................. ........_.. Post Office ............... .......... Would you be interested in a course of Bookkeeping? .........Shorthand? r ..... ....Telegraphy?l .........Would you want aipersonal course or acourse w by mail?.......... ................. . Would you like to have a copy of our free catalog?.......... Give below the names and correct a. address of any young people you have reason to believe would attend a - commercial college, and we will send you a nice souvenir of our school, and for every one that enrolls by August 4th. next, from your list, we will give you an additional chance at the $20 in gold. For instance, if your coupon was the 51st to be sent in, and three of the prospective students whose names you give, should enroll, you would be entitled to four tickets, No. 51, put in the box from which the drawing will be made. Thus, you see, you get one chance for mailing the coupon to us, and one additional chance for each name given from which an enrollment is obtained. Name ...... ......................... Address ...... .................. .... Name... ..... ............... . ...... Address ............. ......*.....j Name........................ .. Address .................. .......... N ame.; .............................. Address.......*....... . . ......... Name ........................... .... Address ...... . ................ Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas. * MISPLACED CONFIDENCE. feel I can trust you; you've got such a nice, open countenance. STANDING UP FOR HIM. Ssuppose he is, mamma." him? What s he wort-e for in 18 "Well, he's worth any dozen oa erthe ordinary young men oe y my w - nll tquaintance." Ii od "And he's worth $100 a week to horriied his randmother, Mrs. Ma ri Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes nd that when al thought he would de Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured him. Infallible fir burns, scalds, cuts, fevert sores, boils, skin erup ct- tions, | chilblains, U chapped 3 hands. Soon routs Piles. 25c atall druggists. L Fresh, mC For Sale. Several High Grade Jersey Milch Cows and Heifers, just fresh, for sale rUg ,iight prices. For further informa .t7 ibo inquire at the Journal Book ad Store. 'H. r and Mrs Claude Barbee are , rejoIiclo over the arrival of a fine D boy, at their house, Wednesday p night Youe tGirls Are Viotims of hsadacbel as well as older women s but all get quitk relief .and promupt mre frhom ID ting's New Life Pills, the world'g best remedy tor, ilek and to' arvous hedahes. TLhey ma pura e bnbld ~~ao roa neres and buid up h.al h-. . .. t. e .. . ; , 2 . " all -I af - -, . 1 "," . " 4 ,. . -j bO" 'P g :4 L ..::.."" :, ' sr i a o ,/:. ,.'., ," . ., ,.. j Dr. b o-" ,- , ;.,', ,,h, o, '" -'".. , ,: ..L- ." ,.', ,, - . SUMMER TOURS VIA SOUTHERN PACIF'IC CALIFORNIA RESOIRTS ALASKA-YOUKON PACIFIC EXP1SIlrQON SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, JUNE 1 - OCTOBEo 1. 1909. PORTLAND, uHtGON ---The City ui Asds 00- ELKS CONVENTION. _.s Angeles, ial., July 13-17 , '0 GO ONE WAY THROUGH CALIFORNIA, RETURN VIA .ORTLAND AND SEATTLE. ALL ON ONE TICKET LOW IOUNiD TRIP RAlI. 'I'HITHROUGIH TRAIN TO ('AIIFOIRI I ,YI "L SOil Burning Locomotives Pullman Tourist Sleeper S..- Chair Cars and Coaches Stopover Any Point w` ASK YOUI AGENT FOR INFORIMATION AND LITERA ('I tI WRI ITE SD. ASBURY, Div. Pass. Agt., J. H. R. PA\RS(N, ;c. )S. Ar. SLake Charles, New it"as. ' 1H HSAFEST AND QUICKE, WAY TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER iJUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEBRfPr, uwconp-aa 1K. C. S. R S(KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.) The Popular Route to the No Through Kansas City. Buffet Sleepers From Lake Charles. OBSERVATION CARS Through the Mountais of Arkausas. For Health and Recuperation, visit SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARKANS All Year Health Resort. The Kihlberg Hotel and Bath NOW OPEN. Iulastrated Folders Sent Free. S. 6. HOPKINS, S. 6. WARNER, DIV. PASSENGER AGENT, GENERAL PAEN EIUL TEXARKANA, TEXAS. , t y er tia n SeQ reidh a atA one ...l ... IssI p deciTnd hayTcE Irisce sis cass aifN to agets. ..wrIl Tnie E,.e "..... •than any other Were a with . ae ai b to intd r t odtwu Ch reai SM T E FDIIETO uoM PIITIERE- r NAILS, Taska or Glacs wUll trot let the slr out. sity thousand pairs sold last year. ver two red thousand ipairs now In use. "t ZMadeinalsizes. Itisltively s yol duble and linedinidewi h spcal wquality of rubber, which nev,.: becomes orous and which' closes up small punctures without allow. Notile he :gthcusirtoe'ape. Wehave hundreds of letters fromn qatis- A fiedc'sttcmerssta:ingthattheirtireshaveonulbeeunpm an ' a ," up ' or twice in a whole season. Theywei no moreta and D alu cr.iuary tre, theuncture reunUngqualtiesbeI ngiven, t wlo eill byse ra lyer o in thin, specially prepared fabric on the tire i-l Stread. T. :pr.. of thesetires 2.oerpai.,but for e advertiingpurpose wear makingas l factoiypriceto the rid..I only $.o per pair. All o r shi same day letter is received. approval. You do t a cent until you have examined and found them We 1 iI a w d o unt of s per cent (thereby making the price FULL CAsR WITS ODESR and enclose this advertiement. We Sated b ass and pump.Tires to be returned at OUR expense if for a We are perectlreableb and money sent to o a f y er of these tirs, you A nd that they will ride we ette t loof any tire you have ever used or seat kuow -hat 70 ilel e sr wit please that when you want a bicycle you SWe it l sto aendusar!t tdri at beace this relnarkable tire offer. buyawny kindat any price until e pr o wrtrwr or our big Tire and usiInt, wllaoeu tires Mabout half t.-t-the usualprý b 9 ea tal td. DO NOT TH/IK IO _ IP wS ý W , eta }tit .rl uIre from anyone until you know the. Soe. rs we :sms' ld. it o thlraep tal tonlarn everything. Write it N 'LLUEAlEUMP , A, 8C.1 , , + - - .-