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GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY!
N LIFE INSURANCE as in everything else the CAREFUL MAN F
endeavors to get the greatest value for the money expended. It is just
this principal, that is, giving bigger values for the money, or the same
value for less money that has enabled Mr. Wade E. Plauche, who rep
Sresents the Pittsburg Life Insurance Company to write more Life Insurance
in this locality than has ever been written in the same length of time by all
other Life Insurance agents combined. In order that you may see just what
the difference between the rates of the Pittsburg life and other companies
really amounts to, we are giving you the following tables which are self
20 Year Pay at Age of 35 Years, In a Participating Policy
FIDELITY MUTUAL PITTSBURG LIFE
Annual Premium $41.83 Annual Premium $37.33
Value Loan or Paid up Extended Value at Loan or Paid up Extended
End of Cosh Val Insurance Insurance End of Cash Val Insurance Isurance X
1 year0 $ 0 1 year $ 8.0$ 17.00 lyr 1m
5 years 114.00 226.00 10yr 5m 5 years 107.00 235.00 9 11
10 years 266.00( 479.00 17 2 10 years 252.00 495.00 17 0
15 years 455.00 743.00 21 5 15 years 423.00 746.00 21 0
19 years 617.00 942.00 25 0 19 years 583.00 948.00 26 1
Difference In Annual Premium for I year $4.50 for 20 years $90.00
This means a saving of approximately $100.00 on every thousand
dollars of insurance carried, or $5oo.oo if you are carrying $5,000ooo.oo. Is
this not a sufficient consideration to warrant you in making further
investigation. Call on
WADE E. PLAUCHE, W elsh, La.
AMERICAN CASH REGISTERS
"American" Cash Registers will protect the daily receipts
and orpfits in your store, prevent losses and mistakes. facilitate
your business, increase your trade and profits, control but not
offend your clerks, attract new customers and keep all customers
"AMERICAN" Total Adding Cash Registers are furnished
in many styles and sizes. They are equipped with all the latest
improvements, including the patented "American" flexible key
board, permitting instant correction of key pressed by mistake
before cash drawer is opened, The compulsory closing of cash N
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Brass Cabinets, Bronze, Nickei or Oxidized finish as desired.
l"American" Cash Registers are the supreme accomplishment
of;the cash register industry. They have exalted value without
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because they will save you more the first year than you have
paid for them and they will go on saving you their price every
year of their use.
V'" We make only high grade cash registers but sell them at
reasonable prices and on accomodating terms.
Write for more information or a visit from our representa
tive, without any obligation on your part, No matter how
many cash registers you have investigated before, it will pay
you to investigate the "American."
Rolloson Sales Company
State Agents for Louisiana
209 Pujo St., Lake Charles, La., 616 Market St., Shreveport, La.
218 Baroese St., New Orleas, La.
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JUDOE E. T. LEWIS
Peimery .1 opdsm.
RQOO 7, STATE NArL BANI
Wil attend to ay law business
S It3tdto his charge in this
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Raised on New Land
Sample can be seen at offiee
of Sobthern Rice Growers'
SAsoointion, Welsh La., or at
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303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
N. O. Item. de
One of the pretty weddings of the
last week was that of Miss Flossie be
Katherine O'Neil, to Mr. Wyn J. Unkel sc
of Kinder, La. The wedding took place sa
at St. Vincent De Paul's Church and the
ceremony was performed by Bishop
Laval. assisted by Rev. Father Dauhl. ai
The bridal party entered to the march in
from "Le Prophet" led by the ushers, al
Messrs. A. O'neil, C. Hyola, Leo Unkel
of Welsh, La., and M. Hyola. Mrs.
Charles Hyola was matron of honor j;
and Miss Veronica Unkel of Welsh, La. p
was maid of honor. Mrs. Hyola, sister cl
of the bride, wore her wedding gown of
white messaline draped in silver em- b
brodered chiffon. A braid band of
brilliants was over the shoulders and
rich lace completed the costume. The c
maid of honor, sister to the groom,
wore a messaline embroidered in pearls f
and rhinestone trimmings. They car. 1
ried shower bouquets of bride's roses t
and ferns. a
The bride entered with her father
and was lovely in an exquisite bridal c
dress worn with the conventional long i
veil of illusion caught with orange r
blossoms. The gown. was of heavy d
duchess satin draped in brocade char. t
mense and held with pearls. The waist
was made round, neck was of real lace I
and pearls and a long court train com
pleted the lovely costume. The nuptial
bouquet.of bride's roses fell in shower
effect. Mr. Richard O'Neil acted as best .
man to the bridegroom. The church
was beautifully decorated with palms
and ferns, streamers of satin ribbon
forming a banner under which the
bridal couple stood. The altars were
decorated with bride's roses and ferns
while myriads of electric lights shed a
soft radiance on the bridal party
grouped within the chancel. During
the signing of the register Mrs. Hoff.
man rendered a beautiful Ave Maria.
Miss B. Schamburg played Meditation
from "Thais" on the violin. After the
ceremony relatives and most intimate
friends repaired to the bride's home for
the reception, which was held from 8 to
- 8. The house was decorated in green
and white. In the dining room potted
plants and ferns were prettily arranged
Streamers of white satin ribbon en.
twined with asparagus and maidenhair
fern fell from the chandelier to the four
corners of the table. Mr. and Mrs.
Unkel were the recipients of many
handsomme and cestly presents. They
left the same evening for an extended
trip. They will be at home in Kinder,
L. after Pebrsary 1.
The out of town guests were: Mr.
andMr~. Unkel, of Lowery, La. Mr. Leo
and Veidica Ulakl of Welsh, La., ad
Mrs. 8, Backly of Chicago, IlI
VISIT JENNINGS FRIDAY,
Picking Out Line For Proposed In
terurban Between Lake Charles
The corps of surveyors of the Louis
iana Traction & Power company, who
are engaged in surveying the route of
the proposed electric railway from
Lake Charles to Lafayette and New
Iberia, reached Jennings Friday after.
noon from.points east of the city.
The interurban "Pathfinders" will
spend several days in this community,
completing the survey on the eastern
and western ends ol the city limits, and
will then proceed westward through
IRoanoke, Welsh, Iowa Station into
Lake Charles.-Jennings Times Record.
' Austin L. Hebert vs. No. 145 Roy D.
p Carter.-Fifteenth Judicial District
Court; Parish of Jefferson
1 Davis; State of Louisiana.
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias
issued and to me directed by the honor.
h able court aforesaid, I have seized and
P will offer for sale at public auction to
the last and highest bidder with the
benefit of appraisement, at the R. D.
0 Carter store in the Town of Welsh,
h Parish of Jefferson Davis, on
Saturday, February 8, 1913
9 between legal sale hours, the following
Sdescribed property, to-wit:
All Furniture, Fixtures. Stock, Soda
C Fountains, Fountain Supplies, Candies,
Cigars, etc., seized under this writ.
J. F. FUSELIER, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Jan. 22, 1913.
T. C. Plauche,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Succession of Nathaniel Prentice, No. 2126
In Probate Docket of Calcasieu Parish,
State of Louisiana, Parish of
By virtue of a commission issued out
of the 15th Judicial District Court
. aforesaid, dated December 31st, 1912, I
will offer for sale to the last and high. -,
est bidder at the late residence of the .
deceased at Welsh, Louisiana, on
he Saturday, January 25. 1913,
tie between legal hours, the following de
kel scriLed movable property belonging to
Lce said Succession:
he Note executed March 15th, 1909, in
favor of Natoniel Prentice, executed by
pop Walter Todd and Jule Todd. due Janu
1h. ary 1st, 1915, for $1000.00 with 8 per cent
rch interest from date, and 10 per cent
rs, attorney,s fees;
kel Note executed March 15th. 1909. in
favor of Nathaniel Prentice, executed
rs by Walter Todd and Jule Todd, due
nor January 1st, 1916, for $1,000,00 with &
La. per cent interest from date, and 10 per
ter cent attorney's fees;
Sof Note executed March 15th, 1909, in
favor of Nathaniel Prentice, executed
m* by Walter Todd and Jule Todd, due
of January 1st, 1917, for $1,000.00 with 8
and per cent interest from date, and 10 per
The cent attorneys's fees;
om, Note executed March 15th, 1909, in
iris favor Nathaniel Prentice, executed by
Walter Todd and, Jule Todd due January
1ar st, 1918, for $900.00 with 8 per cent in
ses terest frofth date and 10 per cent
her The payment of the above notes is se.
dal cured by a verdor's lien and mortgage
upon real estate located in Jefferson
ong Davis Parish, LouiSiana, and all of said
nge notes are payable "'on or before" their
Terms: Cash on day of sale, with the
ba bene8fit of an appraisement.
aist Lake Charles, Louisiana, January 6,
om* MRS. SARAH B. PRENTICE,
tIal McCoy, Moss & Knox,
bon Political AAnnouncements
ers ADDITIONAL JUDGE,FIFTEENTil JUDICIAL
ied a DISTRICT
rin ADDITIONAL JUDGE, 1Sth DISTRICT.
We are authorised to annotune that
Hoff. ALFRED M. bAltIsE
aria. is a endidate for Additional District Judge
of the Fifteenth Judielal Distrit of Louisiana
.tion empoged of Allen, kBeuregard, Calealica,
the Cameron and Jefferson Davie.
ADDITIONAL JUDG 15th DISTBICT
* JOSEPH MOOE8
1 to To the voters of the Fifteenth Judicial
.Dstriet, eompoeed of the perishes of Cs.a
rin Cameron. Asle,- Benaregard snd Jeaf
otted Davis: .
Iage be to anneae wvslf a oandidste for
• edditional d·~lib mmvlded fe is th
reent elebtion for heboe distri t.
..h air . IIIEPR MOORIL
danhey htl gea spo as . ad
the inalfteab utte with 8S Ups
Mr. a ~at in` r chaires esd even their
.Leo eMmur Mwe so- ted kn rbett per.
., and t hta gtt1 pemalla itu ther mouth
.rqastiles oi th e r ts thy rua.
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