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An accident occurred between here and Rice last Frrt..av, which came near being serious audi at the saume time was a reversal of the usual order of things, the auto voina into the ditch and the horse est-i ,irn1, aicwareutly unhurt. Dr. A. C. Wilkins tnd a party of friends, includin~' )r. I'. 1. Hall, were en route from J.nrri,s , t p Iowa drainage district, s *ro I)r Vilkins is dredging a drair .. e lOn. When a few miles west ,t r, , ural travel ing at a pretty fair r.tt of speed, they approached a horse, which seemed to be going to jumo the uitch at the side of the road and escape. At the last moment the animal whirled and crossed the road in front of the auto, which struck it with sufficient force to ditch the machine and give the occu pants a severe, although not serious shaking up. The horse escaped un injured. After ascertaining the ex tent of their injuries, the gentlemen of the party secured a team and pulled their machbine out of the ditch, and af ter having some repairs made here, returned to Jennings. Estray Notice. On May 13, a black 'colt, about 3 months old, having one white hind foot, and a white star in:itsl forehead, came to our placesand has been there since. Owner can have same by prov ing property and paying costs. 6p R. Gardiol, Banks On NMre Thing Now. "I'll never he without Dr. King's New Life Pills again," writes A. II Schingeck, 607 Elm St., Buffalo, N. tl Y. "Tiey cared me of chronic con stipation when all others failed." T Unequaled for biliousness, jaundice, c Indigestion, headache, chills, malaria and debility. 25c at all druggists. Southern Pacific Time Card. B EAST BOUND. No. 6 due................. 8:54 p. Un. No. 4 due ................ 3:30 p. m. No. 10due ..................11:40 a. m. No. 8 due..................12:10 a. m. WEST BOUND. No. 6 due.................. 3:30 p. m. No. 3 due................. 9:15 a. m. No. 9Ldue ................ 6:42 p. m. No. 7 due ................ 4:15 a. m. Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Phone 34 for further information. S. D. TENNEY, Agent. Al Stationery and f1arti. kEh gines and Motor :i ats. 3 toO 120 . From 6.00 up. A Gray will do any work any. where. S......................... H. L.MEEKS, Art., Welsh, La. Dr. J. B. Godfrey Physician and Surgeon. Ofee over Welsh Furniture Store. ffce 'Phone 73. Residence'Phone 92. Welsh, :: La. WE Can Save you $MONE Y on your FEED BILL $ Jones Brthrs Feed Stora. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fals. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. ~OR KIDNEY. LIVER AND 8TOMAt4 TROUBLE ' b the best medicine ever sold o-,r s' d-vt"ist's counter. 41~ Notice to Horsemen. Flood Wilks, the famous standard bred harness stallion, owned yv C. A. Saxb will make the present season at the barn on the old H. E. Wesson place, in the northeast part of Welsh. Flood Wilks is well known in this section of the parish, ',aving many of as fine colts as can he found in the parish. Horsemen are cordially in vitedl to come and examine the horse and inspect some of his colts. J. W. Cooper. T'he big boned Tennessee Jack, formerly owned by Geo. W. Oos ner, is now making the season at the old Wesson barn, in the north east part of town. This jack is as good as the best, is sure, and gets the right kind of colts. J. W. Cooper. BLOCK 23 For sale at a Bargain. APPLY TO0 Win. P. Russell, Jr., Welsh, : : : : : : Louisiana. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEET IRON Let me sell to you. I have sold more of it in the last two years than anybody else in Welsh There is a reason for it. I buy it close and sell it the same way. Get my price and see. CHAS. A. LANTZ, Box 2. Tel. 122. Welsh, La J. D. KII'BALL, Blacksmithing AND Horseshoeing. All klndsofj;Repairinal a Specialty. ShoD located on!North Adams utreet. Chas. Dautel, Rroprietor Livery ' Feed Stables, Rigs of All Kinds, with mr without drive.s. : : : 3-i rWelshe La. ll Welsh. La. Dr. W. L. Stewart Physician and Surgeon, Office over Caloasieu Trust and Savings Bank. Office 'Phone 15.w. Kes. 'Phone 114. We l:h. La. For Up-To-Date Shave, Haircut, Shampoo or Massage :: :: TRY :: :: ANTHONY HEBERT'S Next Door to Post Office. Call on The Wolsh Bh ary FRESH BREAD, CAKES and PIES. ARTHUR LUSIGNAN' Pros. CHICKENSI Thoroughbred White Ply mouth Rocks. Eggs and Stock for sale, at reasonable prices. Dr. John H. ,ooper, Weah, La. ORDINANCE NO. 147. mndard An Ordinance requiring the Lou c. A. siana Western Railroad comlpany season to erect and maintain STOP POSTS lesson along their right-of-way through Welsh. the Town of Welsh, La., and fixing a this the speed at which those in charge say of or running trains or locomotives, .n the may run their trains or locomotives ly in- between said STOP POSTS, and horse providing penalties for the viola tion of this ordinance. per. Sec.1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Town of Jack, Welsh, Louisiana, That the Louisi 0s- ana Western Railroad company shall ,n at erect and maintain STOP POSTS at forth- certain points along their right-of way in the Town of Welsh, La., be tween which points their trains or lo gets comoti ves shall slow down and run at a speed not to exceed fifteen (15) >er, miles per hour. Sec. 2. He it further ordained, etc., That there shall be two STOP POSTS erected and maintained by the Louis iana" Western Railroad company along their right-of-way in the Town n of Welsh, La.; one at a point between Coleman street and King street and one at a point between Payne street and Palmer street. Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, etc., That it shall be unlawful for any per son or persons, running or in charge lana. of any train or locomotive, to move or cause to be moved, any train or D locomotive between said STOP POSTS at a greater speed than fifteen (15) miles per hour. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, etc., old That any one violating any part or 'ears parts of this ordinance, shall be sub elsh ject to a fine of not less than 85 nor y it more than $50, or be imprisoned not ay less than one day nor more than y thirty days, or both, at the discretion of the Mayor. Sec. 5. Be It further ordained, etc., La That all ordinances or parts of ordi - nances that conflict herewith, be, and ( the same are hereby repealed. Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, etc., That this ordinance take effect from and after its adoption and promulga. tion. Adopted June 7, 1910. A. T. Jones, Mayor. Chas. Dautel, yea. J. Alf. Martin, yeas. Wm. B. Gabbert, yea. R. M. Gray, yea. ity. Samuel Blackford, Sec. est. Ends Winter's Treobles. To many, winter is a season of trouble. The frost bitteh toes and fingers, chapped hands and lips, chilblains,cold sores, red pnd rough skins, prove this. But such troubles fly before Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest healer of burns, boils, piles, cuts, tdres ec- da zema and sprains. Only 25e at all druggists. Jei Two Dusky Damsels from Dark Town, 4, Contribate $10.00 Apiece to the Jo City pFunds. Two dusky beauties of uncertain character, who mixed matters, las te Friday, to such on extent that their features presented the appearance of T fresh bamberger, were before His - Honor, Mayor Jones, Monday morn. dei k. ing. His Honor concluded that while Mi1 time would heal their features, it the 14. would take a ten spot from each of the them to heal the injury the ordinance 'e against disturbing the peace, had sus- C tained. As a result of his decision so0 - the town is $20.00 better off. nia Our subscribers and patrons wil F. ] please bear in mind that this company is looking after their wants regard. A e ing their telephone service and spares neither expense nor time in making i Thc as efficient as possible. We are at all wee times day or night striving to serve nie you, and we request that you fully Pre co-operate with us in getting proper Mcl service. There are many ways in Lov which you may co-operate with us to Bos our mutual advantage. A few of an E which we mention below. M Answer your calls promptly. My: Hang up your receiver immediately at 51 when through talking. 14, 1 Speak with the lips close to the the transmitter in a distinct and clear voice. ro Treat the operator courteously. a gr SCumberland Telephone & Telegraph Mr. , Company. hom (Incorporated) saved erom Awull Death,. How an appalling calamity In his Sfamily was prevented, is told by A. Tb D. McDonald, of Fayetteville, N. C,, in t R. F. D. No. 8. "My sister had con- Th sumption," he writes, "she was very Sun thin and pale, had no appetite and and seemed to grow weaker every day, as ary all remedies failed until Dr. King's w, i New Discovery was tried, and so com. pletely cured her, that she has not been troubled with a cough since. M It's the best medicine I ever saw or ones heard of." For coughs, colds, lalcreel grippe, asthma, croup, hemorrhage, and all bronchial troubles, it has no equal. te 1 50c, 81.00. Trial bottle free. Guar- to a an'.ei by all drug ist,. i Roanoke News f Glenn Carter left. for Missouri one day last week. Mrs. W. F. Lovett was shopping in Jennings last Saturday. Rev. Brigham and family were ! guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Diener, last Sunday. Miss Lou Diener, who has been at t tending the Y. P. C. E. convention at r Ft. Worth, Texas, returned home f Tuesday, June 14, and gave a good account of the convention at the En deavor meeting last Sunday evening. Miss Wanda Martin contributed to the meeting by singing one or two of the songs which were sung at the con vention. O. B. Scoggins returned from Jack. son, Mississippi, last Sanday. Rev. Z. E. Barker and wife of Jen nings were guests at the home of Rev. F. P. Allender, last Sunday. A number of young people were en tertained at the home of Mr. David Thomas last Sunday. Those present were Misses Belle Narans, Ella, Min nie and Nora Giggar and Messrs. Press Holland, Geo. Roberts, Carl McMillan, Dave Williams, Frank Lovett, Jim Robinson and Roy Bowers. They report having spent 4 an enjoyable evening. Mr. Carl S. Taylor and Miss I Myrtle Thomas were quietly married at the home of Mr. R. F. Jacobs, June " 14, by Rev. F. P. Allender. After ' the wedding ceremony, all present proceeded to the dining room, where a grand wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will make their l home in Orange, Texas. We wish a them joy and happiness. Miss Mary Narans was the guest of t Miss Minnie Watkins, last Sunday. , The quarterly meeting will be held in the U. B. church June 30, 1010. The Topic of the Y. P. S. C. E. next o Sunday evening will be "Money, Men and Prayers; the Three Great Mission. ary Needs," and will be lead by Mrs. W. F. Tietje. E d A Home Hint. b Many people having home and loved ones close around them let dullness t creep in, when by just a little effort o and congeniality, a little Loosening of l the tension of duty, a little yielding O to a sense of humor, all might be sweet apd good -WomAn's T,fe. The Welsh Band Boys Receive Their New Unifoerms. The Welsh Band boys are indulg-. ing in a good deal of pardonable pride over their handsome uniforms, which arrived here Tuesday. The uniforms are a beautiful maroon, trimmed with black and gold braid. The fit is said to be perfect. The boys made their first appearance in their uniforms last night at the Cath. supper, Welsh may justly feel proud of her hniformed band. Ranks in Peerage. The highest nobility, or peerage, of England consists of five ranks, viz., duke, marquis, earl, viscount and baron. All persons holding these titles are members of the upper house of Parliament, where they sit as lords temporal. The archbishops and bishops of the Established church are termed lords spiritual. They are not peers of the realm, but have seats in the upper house. Wan* T Melip Ssene one. For thirty years J. F. Bover of Fertile, Mo., needed help and couldn't find it. That's why he wants to help some one now. Suffering so long himself he feels for all distress from backache, nervousness, loss of appe tite lassitude, and kidney disorders. he shows that Electric Bitters work wonders for such troubles. Five bot tles he writes, "wholly cured me" and now I am well and hearty." It al so positively guaranteed for liver trouble, dyspepsia, blood disorders, female complaints and malaria. Try tem. 50c at all druggists. Wise Thought. We need to be careful how we deal with those about us, when every death carries to some small circle of sur vivors thoughts of so much omitted and so little done--of so many things forgotten and so many more which might have been repaireaired.--liver Twist COME TO WELSH $,TO CELEBRATE THE FOURTH! We will have Speaking, Music, Racing, Field Sports, Dancing, Base Ball and Other Amusements, for All. -- - --.-__ MUSIC BY THE WELSH CORNET BAND. PROGRAM: -----ee-c 8:00 a. m.-Band Concert, up town 9.15 a. m.-Contest between Fire Hose Companies, up town 10:00 a. m.--Parade to Park-Welsh Cornet Band, Fire Companies, Automobiles and Carriages 11:00 a. m.-Addresses: Hon. J. O. Miodisette of Jennings; Hon. C. D. Moss of Lake Charles 12:00 Noon-Dinner on the grounds, or bring your baskets and enjoy a picnic dinner in the park 1:00 p. m.-PONY RACES-Home Ponies: Free for all. 300 yards, 1st prize $3.00, 2nd prize $2.00, 3rd prize $1.00 Free for All, (other entries,) same distance and same prizes Any race not run within fifteen minutes of time race is called, will be withdrawn 1:30 p. m.-FIELD SPORTS: Foot Race, free for all, 100 yard dash; 1st prize $2.00, 2nd prize $1.00 Foot Race, (boys 12 years and under,) same distance and same prizes Boys Race, (15 years and under,) same distance and same prices Fat Men's Race, (200 pounds and over,) 50 yards; 81.00 to winner and 50 cents to all who finish Pole Vault ............................... first prize $2.00, second prize $1.00 Running High Jump............... . ......first prize $2.00, second prize $1.00 Running Broad Jump....................... first prize $2.00, second prize $1.00 Greased Pig-Catcher to take the pig. 3:3o BALL GAIlE--Teams picked from Fire Department. ELOI HEBERT, Manager of Races. DR. L. G LEWIS, Manager of Field Sports. JNO. W. ARMSTRONG, Marshall of the Day. Ks. C. S. RY. (KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO) The Popular Route to the North Through Kansas City.I Buffet Sleepers from Lake Charles. OBSBRVATIO(l CARS Through the Mouetaias of Arkasas. For Health and reouperation visit SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARKANSAS ALL YEAR HEALTH RESORT The Kihlberg Hotel and:Bath House OPEN ALL YEAR Illustrated folders sent free. S. S HOPKINS, '. 6. WARNER, DIV. PASSENGER AGENT, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, TEXARKANA, TEXAS. ST. LOUISM,,O.