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The trade.mark of quality
Gasolines, Na phthas,
Burning Oils, Lubricat
ing Oils, Greases
All kltds of
& hply Go.
Shampoo or Massage
.. TRY :: :"
J. . KIfIBALL,
All kinds ofil Repairing a Specialty.
ShbD located on North Adams street.
Stationery and Mlarine En
gines and Motor Boats.
3to 120 h. p. From $60.00 up.
A Gray will do any work any- 9
H. L.MEEKS, Agt., Welsh, La.
Office Over Crescent Drug Store.
'Phone No. 16--W
Res. 'Phone No. 163.
Welsh, - - La.
For Sale or Trade
For Town or Suburban Property:
120 Acres Prairie
and Wood Land ::
Nearly new house; a good place
for a man of small means, as wood
can be sold off the place to pay for
CHAS. A. LANTZ,
Ln Iee Clinre Illunrg
South of N. P. Depot.
Dees a General Laundry Work,
also Cleaning and Pressing Suits
tor both ladies and gentlemen. All
Work Guaranteed. Laundry called
for, and delivered c. o. d.
'PHONE NO. 89.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
Fulton Sub-Division of
the Town of Welsh.
W. P. RUSSELL, JR.
We have none-- leave that for in
ferior schools who have no other in
ducements to offer to draw patronage.
Reduced rartt miua poor teachers:
poor teaching is dear at any price.
$125.03 TO $ib7.50 SAVED.
Our students in bookkeeping "learn
to do by ,:oing"--the fastest way on
earth. They do not have to copy
over and over imaginary entries, have
no dull, iiresonme theory desk work,
but learn in four months far more
than students of other systems do in
six, They t ui sa e tw'O mouths'
b, ard worth $25, twoi months' time
worth $50 per month-Y100; total saving
$125. On shorthand the difference is
even greater. It requires the average
Ntudent tir ,e months with tus to be
come prolicic'nt. It requires six
mnthis ami lont r with other schools
teuchii, r othert. svstem;, henct our
stltdeuts save board $3$.50 antd three
months' time worth $50 per month--
1,50: total savi.or $18;.50. While
students of the other systems are
memorizing rules, exceptions atd
word-signs, and spending money ours
are making money and gaining busi
ness experieº,ce. In a combined
course of bookkeeping and shorthand,
the saving is even greater.
If, by having letter systems and
methods, we save you $125 and up
ward, what aud vat.t tge is a $10 or even
a $25 cut on tuition in another school?
T'uition is only part of the cost, and
one who does not always consider
time, board, system and success, can
blame only himself for losing his
money and wasting his time. We al
wºays have with us students who ha\e
wasted months and months on other
systems, and finally come to us. They
will gladly tell you their experiemte.
Write us for their addresses. Don't
throw away your time and money on
a cut-rate) "Cheap John" school or
a wet weather spring that opens up
;vith an imitation school for three or
four months, then folds it tent like
the Arab and silently steals away-
with the cash. The best is the cheav
Write for free catalogue. Address
Tyler Co;nmercial College, Tyler,
ORDINANCE NO. 160.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Board of Trustees, of the Town of
That the Mayor is hereby ordered
to issue his proclamation, ordering
an election, to be held in the Town of
Welsh, Louisiana, on the Second Day
of May, 1911, for the purpose of elect
ing a Mayor and a Board of Five
Trustees, to serve two years, as pro
vided by Ordinance and Charter of
the Town of Welsh, Louisiana.
Be it fturther ordained by the ,May
or and Board of Trustees, of the
Town of Welsh, Louisiana,
That the following named persons
be, and are hereby appointed as com
missioners and clerk, to hold said
election: J. W. Armstrong, W. P.
Ilussell, Jr. and T. H. Cox, commis
sioners, and J. B. Simpson as clerk.
Wmin. B, Gabbert, yea.
J. Alf. Martin, yea.
Chas. Dautel, yea.
R. M. Gray, yea.
Approvrd April 4th, 111.
A.,T. Jones, Mayor,
Samuel Blackford, Sec.
PR)CLAMATION OF ELECTION.
By virtue of authority in me vested,
by the Town of Welsh, Louisiana,
and in pursuance of the requirement
of the laws of the State of Louisiana,
Charter and Ordinance of the Town of
Welsh, Louisihna, more especially
an Ordinance adopted and appt'oved
April 4th, 1911,
I, A. T. Jones, Mavor of the Town
of Welsh, Louisiana, do and hereby
order an election to be held in the
I'own Hall, of the Town of Welsh,
rGouisiana, on 'T'uesday, the Second
Day of May, 1yll, for the purpose of
electing a Mayor and a Board of
Five Trustees, for the said Town of
Welsh, Louisiana, to serve'a term of
That said election shall be held in
accordance with the laws of the State
of Louisiana, and the Charter and
Ordinance governing the Town: of
Issued this 4th day of April, I11, C
A. T. Jones, Mayor.
Averts Awfal Tragedy
Timely advice given Mrs. C. Wil
nughby, of Marengo, Wis, (R. No.l)
prevented a dreadful tragedy and
saved two lives. Doctors had said her
frigbtful cough was a "consumption"
cough and could do little to help her
.\fter many remedies failed, her aunt
uredl her to take Dr. King's New
Discovery,"I have been using it for
some time," she wrote "and the awful
cough has almost gone. It also saved
my little boy when taken with a severe
bronchial trouble." This matchless
medicine has no equal for throat and
lung troubles. Price 503 and 81.,00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all
The change from the seventh to the
first day of the week as a day of wor
ship came with the change from
Judaism to Christianity and commem
orates the resurrection of Christ. For
a time Jewish converts observed the
Jewish Sabbath, but before the end
of the apostolic period Sunday had
thoroughly established itself as a day
to be sanctified by rest from ieeMar
labor sad public worship.
A Doctor's Wooing.
When Dr. Johnson asked the Widow
Porter to be his wife, he told her
candidly that he had no money and
that his uncle had been hanged. The
widow replied that she cared nothing
for his parentage; that she had no
money herself, and that, though she
had no relation hanged, she had 50
who deserved hanging. So they made
a match of it.
Reason for Her Choice.
"Yes, I love both Santa Claus an'
Jesus," a good little sister instructed
her curious junior, "but I think I love
Jesus best, 'cause he don't never ask if
you've been good before he leaves you
presents, ai Santa," voicing a disil
lusion, "when you grow big like me,
you find he ain't never been true!"
"11 t9ops eogp I,uop Inq '2uiiiu..
Jo paJl osa oldoad Japlo atqh "eu!aq
o; InamunilwlJaauo po~uelp u oj dwuus
pun doa aql ucqt si auO "upnelddo
-lpJ,nunl nq '1U uoIJ aldoad uuoJz
aqI tnq) s~uipp jo sloI op sdoq aqj,
•sXo8 pue uoa
Rise to the Occasion.
It is a commonplace that we can
not answer for ourselves before we
have been tried. But it is not so
common a reflection, and surely more
consoling, that we usually find our
selves a great deal better and braver
than we thought.-R. L. Stevenson.
Clothes and the Man.
A rian in expensive clothes may
feel pretty cheap when he meets his
Pleasure as an End.
The man who chooses pleasure as
the object of his life has no real
haven, but is like a boat that beats
up and down and drifts and drifts to
and fro, merely to feel the motion of
the waves and the impulse of the
wind. When the voyage of life is done
he has reached no port, he has ac
complished nothing.--Henry Van Dyke.
Value of Friendship.
True friendship is one of the great
est blessings upon earth. It makes
the cares and anxieties of life sit
easily; provides us with a partner in
our afflictions, and is a sure resort
against every accident and difficulty
that can happen to us.
Both Take Wrong Course.
"This would be a better world," says
the Philosopher of Folly, "if the man
who has been married one year would
talk less about it, and the man who
has been married ten years would
talk more about it.'
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tmo, U .1 aajs 's| olqnoai eq, 1nq 'se',,
-Jolaq.)a eqj ,, 'IIueq allaq a .auq
of Blgno AlleaJ noA,,mOPlA, 2unol
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A Sharp Editor.
A subscriber to one of our Ameri
can newspapers writes to its editor
thus: "I don't want your paper any
longer." To which the editor replies,
"I wouldn't make it any longer if you
did. Its present length suits me very
Keep at it.
Keep your light a-burning. Lots of
things do not seem to be worth while,
but it is not safe to look at them in
just that way. Keep on doing.
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10o uoillndod ati Jo "-uaa .od .(lou!N
"pood Joi ueaeo uo spudapo
7· FREE Your Organ
:* 30 DAYS TRIAL
NOT ONE RED CENT IN ADVANCE.
';' From My Factory Direct to
i - you. saves$35tot$0. I'llprovethis
: beyond the shadow of a doubt if
you will let me shioyou one of my
Adler Organs on free trial.
I prove everyj
statement I make (
before you buy-i f",
I don't. ship my . -" 4
organ back at my
CYRUS L. ADLER Trust
The Plano and Orgsa
Maker You me Nigia
Busted I've busted the hot air bubble of the dealers, agents and middlemen of this country by
elln direcL t to the homes at the same price they formerly paid me for my organs.
SEND ME YOUR NAME
whether you want to buy or not and I'll send you the most wonderful organ book and buying plans
you ever saw. All the organ men in this country claim they make the best organ but do not give
you any proof. Ido, and here is 4he proof. I own myown timberlands, saw mills, dry kilns and
factory. Idonot have to pay one penny of profit for lumber or milling. The profits that other
manufacturers pay to lumber and saw mills, I put in the construction of my Adler Organs, (The
Nightingales of Organs). That's the reason my organ is better than any other make. Another
Proof I I guarantee my organs for 60 years, whereas others guarantee theirs for 10 to 12 years.
Don'tthis mean something? My selling plans are the fairest. simplest, safest and easiest ever
placed before the American public, in that I grant my customers all the time they want, arrange
their payments as it suits their income and clrcumstances, give them reasonable extensions of time,
if they can't meet,their payments and charge them no interest. Ask some of your neighbors who
dealt with moe aboutthis. That's the best proof you can get. I would just as soon give you $1.000
in gold if you can duplicate this proposition. My organ. (The Nightingale of Organs). has a tone
nearest to the human voice, a pure singing tone that lasts a life time and it won the highest prize at
the St. Louis World's Fair, another proof my organs are the best. Everybody is buyi~ng an organ
these days and everybody is buying an Adler on sccount of its high quality, wearing qualities, style
and reputation. I am selling them for less than dealersand agents are selling cheaper grade organs
and when you stop to think and realise that when you buy from one of these middlemen you must
pay his profit, time, salesmen's salaries, store rents and other expenses, my offer means a whole lot
and stands before you s the king of money savers. My world's greatest organ factory is working
day sad night, grinding out the organs ordered, and this condition was brought about by the fair and
liberal treatment I banded out to my customers, now numbering over 75.000. Whenever I sell an
Adler. It sells a dosen more and so on indefilnitely. They've stood the test and always will. Quality
always wins out. A THUNDERBOLT
Before I sold direct to the homes at wholesale factory
Srices, as l am doing now exclusively. I ued to sell to
Yealers only, but when I found out that they sold my
organs for twice and three times as much as they paid
me, making the poor people bleed for it, I was thunder
struck and quit. Isent out thousands of notices telling
them they could'nt buy another organ from me. that I
meant to sell direct to the homes. saving them the enor
mous, unreasonable profits and expenses they wte.re charging
them. This came to them as a thunderbolt from a clear sky.
Is round numbers I've saved mycustomers (over 75,0of them)
Sleast 02 .0'.000, all of which would have gone to the dealers
had I sold the organs through them. You surely appreciate
what this means.
NOW MY PROPOSITION TO YOU
Is'simply thIs. I will shlpyen.on 30days freetrial, anyorgan you
want. on any reasonable terms you msyeuggest. jut an it suise
your Income and circumstances. If you keep it at the end of
the trial period, which I know you will, you can pay all cash
or a small sum down and the balance monthly, quarterly.
semiannually or any other reasonabhle way. If at any time
you can't meet a payment when It's due, I'll gladly give you a
reasonable extension of time. You shall not inconvenience
yourself by buying an Adler. for I'm going to make it the
easiest purchase you ever made. I'lL charge you no interest as
other organ mea are doingl. If you don't kea p my organ be'
cause It's not as represented, you can ship it buck at my exi
! Pianufpene and I'll pay yet everycent you paid for freight so you
My Piano 0ffer"-the Goratest , wl love lso lutely nothin. Furhermore i... any time
Sdwithin a year, my organloes not hold up to every claim I
made,you can ship itback at my expense and I'll return toyoe
My high grade world's famous Adler 80tthera evcr dollar of the purchase price with 6 per cent. interest ens
Concert Grand Pianoseaanbe had direct from my all freights paid. I can aogree to do this because I know how
factory on the same liberal buying plans as ap tg are made and positively knw they always make
plied to my Adler Organs. In tone, excellence. SO YEAR GUARANTEE
workmanship, material and finish they have no I guarantee all my organs for50 years, something no other
superler, if an equal. and, I can save you $100 to oea man will do. My nguarantee bond is the strongest ever
ele, They are artistic in design. buit te last a wr tten and It you will ask your banker or any of ny local
150, They are astc in de , bal to lt banks or the editor of this paper as to my rei..h.,day, you will
life time, have a tone as clear and pure as abedl be told that I am as sound as a rock, that you can eufvly enter
and a wonderful, easy, elastic touch. Into any transactionth me and that all of ny dnoangs are
on the 4 usres. Sen'd our name for catalog en4 Guyu.. plans.
GUARANT D FOR 2 YARS You will tO under no oblgation whatever, Stool uand instruc.
lion book given with every organ.
Stool, scarf and instruction book given with CRYUS L ADLER, Pres. Adler MI,. Co.
every piano. Send for catalog and buying plans. TEAR THIS OUT. MAIL TO-DAY
Make a cross in the circle for organs-or pianus-or
write your name and address on a postal card or in
a letter. stating which you want--pino or or;an des.
_i Alt r Af -act *r atest ia the We cription. Dont encloseeany stamp. Ipay all charges.
nthadr or y. z Is (mer Vd sw Write plainly,
S CRYUS . ADLER, Pres 2902 Chestnute St. Louisville. Ky.'
--'"1 I want your "I want pictures ¶tens.
1 Ogsan book. 0./ cription of your piaunue
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Heres a Little Ciothes Sense
for Sensible Men.
4 In every field of effort---wet.
building battle ships or making
-'I toothpicks. experience andability
united, produce the greatest value
e That id why we chose to repro.
sent GOLDMAN-BECKMAN &
COMPANY, of Cincinnati. We
know their designs are matured by
specialists- their fabrics chose
expertly-and their tailoring or.
ganization a tribute to moder,
commercialism. In every garment
S they produce, is apparenta weali
of experience and special talent
only to be had as the result of
many years conscientious effort.
You men who do insist on right
style, highest intrinsic value and
master workmanship, will do well
to become thoroughly acquainted
, with these new spring and sununr
lines we are showing.
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* sale prices, to our patrons.
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0 to place a telephone in their place of business anid reside
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