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VOLE VI. WELSH CALCASIEU PIu rnaH, .OUISIANA, ACII 16, 1. E 1.
VOLUME1 V I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, ILOISIANA, AMARCH 16, 190i. NME 1 oooo00oo0oooooooooooooooeooQO OOO~,~oo' 1il0uela H!1Y'rf SAEI WA LT I ~Nh1E IIX~ll BI i e 10 We are ready with an Excellent Stock of Bright New Goods that represents the Very Essence of Style, the Gream of Novelty and the Extreme Limit of LOW PRICES, We present values that should command the attention ------------of every person in Welsh and at large.----------- e Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits 1 Ladies' $3 and $3.50 Shirt Waist Suits will go at.....................$2.00 c Thc Shirt Waists at............... 85ce o Ladies' Skirts ý Ladics' $4 and $4.50 Skirts......2.98 Ladies' Gowns Ladies' $1.50 Gowns.............98c a Wash Silk Goods A L rge and (Complete Line of Wash Si1 Goods in a good variety of pat terns and colors, the regular price of which is 6f c per yard; our sale ] S price per yard. ................35Ce co2 w Wash Goods French Lawns in dots, figures and floral designs, regular 121c values; ' sale price per yard .......... 10c Scotch latist, noted for its wearing Squalities, regular price '0c and 25c; sale iprice per yard . ............16c 30-inch French Percales, 15e quality; sale price per yard................9c S India Linens s See these goods and you will appre 0 ciate their value. 35c India Linen at..............`4e _25c ...............19C 15c " " '' " .............,11c 18 " ................. c Table Linen 3 Table Linen, regular price 75e per yard: our price....................45e h Hand Bags .t- Ladies' Hand Bags. good values at ce $2.00; sale price..... ....... 1.. 6 le Ladies' 75e Hand Bags............40c - Mens' Suits We have as Stylish and ('Complete ad Line of Mlens' New Spring Clothing as s; can be found anywhere in Southwest Oc Louisiana. ,g Mens' Spring andl Summer Suits, good ;c: values at $15 and $16: our sale 6c price..... ............O$10.00 y; $8.50 Suits at............. .... 5.50 9c $7.50 Suits at...............---- 5.00 ' .c " rý Mens' Shirts ' Thiat uot;blie Shirt Sal.. which ere ated such a "STII"' duriung our last (Gigantic Sale will he le-inacted. The Celelbrateld 'luctt Brand Shirt. regular price *il..5 anal 4d0.(I: our special sale price...........I..r1.2.i Our regular :;Th and *l lo Shirt- will go at our scfiall sale price of...4Ce ..-.-.---I -Im '-*-~ I: glens' Hats We have Just received a full lin' of the Latest Sty ls of .\Men-' Hats which \we \\ill put o(t sale at Specliai prices. Broadway Special. regular a :P o liue sale pric......... ...... .... $3.00 John B. Stet on *4.00 value at..$3.:15 (genuine Pannma IHats at prices ranging from $6i.I00 to.......$10.00 Sumnmer Hats of every "tvie anUd de" cription at greatly i uuceu iprce . Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!!! ShIeº1 will :(t at ............... $4.a11 Xv. 1.. Rsii~lat tIhuss'. :;IIý icnt: I .alt' Iilri.c ................... ...>3.''4 I'aI'u. l . value: Ta ___ t ~l'it~t .....................:......$M4 Ir1tiý t valut-,: salt" p ricd,._'4 ansi.... $:3.4' C 0 lu Trunks 'Al have a t 5od ss~tt Titne if 'i's 's8l-. slln ii hi r uis t us ', ",..u oiesf thy' LWs_ I i'~s - I)a s Iºti: ý , . i twt' " s ty!-.wisilI 'i - ý tr i '5' II 5l jtit jJ5t5, 51*eI 5555 t~ 't We hasveaL, ;tI; St:,it Suit "- u.i 8 t thai we to i ýI I s s s ' ' (Ill riI is .1 _____ f_ y uile at (innst'; hi .l t i:' I I'I I'i) .. is/. h'it, $1 I 54 stlt f ,i-..s will s al $1l2.ot(( "1 sitd( $.!.5.5!I vat t 'e ii.' Iale sue ... K1.ý) F- 0 sale price per yaird.............. yeC I $7.50 Suits at.................U.VV I SalI Boius Friday lorning, SIGNAL CLOTHING STOrRE i iose1o ILoiif 8Villl, IE-J. S, GERSON, Prop. MARCII 1 6m I +++. 0 ++ +ARCEI0eo 00~~r000000X X X X X X O0000OOOOO~00 ~6 ýNgageeseseaseoeseewwwwwwwwww**ýýýooooýýooo - e iWelsh Machine Shops, ha. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINGS Any Size or Guage, and ALL KINDS OF Oil and Irrigating Strainers, MADE ON SHORT NOTICE. ALL KINDS OF PIPE AND FITTINGS Only two doors from Postoffice. n 0eSe0OOsoo0sOOS0ggeo0@a@0@*@@**,.o************* ccy GO TO MARTIN BROS.STORE ="-.to see their Immmense New Stock OF ry Goods and Ladies Wares Consisting of Fine Quality Bolt Goods of wevery description. Calicos, Ginghams, Lawns, Sheeting, Panama Cloth, Silks, and in fact, '0 everything in that line. Also a Fine Line of Ladies' Skirts in the Latest Modes. Ladies'. lHats, Parisian pattarns. A large assortment of Laces, Embroideries, Edging Etc. We car-' ry the largest stock of Hosiery in Welsh and 4 and are Headquarters tor Clothing. We also have a Fine Line of Mattings. &A.RTIN BROS. nd.c CO., Welsbh, La UIIUUII1I 1 I lllllUI 1l w OIL FIELD PROSPEOTS s j Considerable Activity Evinced blv Companies Having Holdings S In the 4elsh Field, 9I --- * "RIO BRAVO COMPANY HAS SEVERAL CAR 0 LOADS OF BUILDING MATERiAL AND MA. 0 CHINERY UNLOADING AT T'IE SIDI'4G Or NI " THEIR HOLDINGS. * * 'lThe Rio Bravo Oil Company is hisj * plyingl considerahle activity in c(lq nection with the oil tield at the presnrt time, notwithstanding the fact that a to tew months aic an article was pub- in ,i shed in these colunmns, stating upon authority of their local men that they (: w ere going to ablndon the tield. They S: * now have on track and unloading at et P their holdings on the Southern Pa- ' si Scific, three car-loads of building ma- ol terial and one car of machinery, and tv it is intimated that this is but the he- m ginning of what is vet to follow. IIh STheir field manager, A. F. 11iach,f iof ~ Houston, is here superintending the A ~ operations of unloading materials andl Ii looking after the work in general. tt SSuperintelldent J . Shaw, of Hous- tl - too, together with Civil iKngineer Ml. a L. K~leinsmith, were out at the field I the first of the week. Whiilo no tiefi- e SI nite statement was made as to exactl a Swhat the Company is oillg to do, vet / Sit was intimnatel that then r woIl like- I = ly be colnsiderable devel p 'nents in the near future. 'Ihere can be no doubt but that tlis comllpany means I business. The Home Company have been work ing on their old blowout 'veil, lbut are 4 delayed at the present time by the non arrival of a pUb p. This well, when Scleaned out last ueek began gushing in the afsernllln a ld contiuued to - throw out oil annd watcr for several -hours, then afwr teinuining dormant I for some hIours it [.eiran gushing again continuing as uefore. The well is still clogge I and it is not possible to tell at the plesent tile, what it may devel j' into, hut there seems to be grounds to expect that it will be at this least a l ood pumper. time I S. .Wood's well which was set rnce 1 punmpi n.r last week after having been idly obs:uný.ýd for some nmontlis, seems to stow k Ii is goioi a prospect as any on the them 1b.111, stock Slill op peo)ple are quitetly piut ci pu-iiins ftrwi.ard their work of devel- t lhat I Ik : He outlook for develop- year ;i .* '' the Welsh field seems very a prie In.o or bile at the present time. lized Sout ih lrougbr'd tatte for Welsh be u - are 1 NIinety-three Head of Thorou#ghbred harn Antid (.raded Po!ed Angus ( attic thiro Uioailded .At W'elsh ITueslday. ing The Property of liar. L. G. Who . Lewis :And Blert Ice- arou SIlurney. natu S1)r. Lewis and Bert Mclurney re- ques a turned from Texas, Tuesday, bring- t'iVte' - I ing with them two cars of Poled Angus ray i 1catt le, purchased fron the famuºtos of it wi S('abal anch, twelve miles west of let's Y Siai Atntonto. Texas. This bhch of only ct attle! cnsists of three registered hulls, sixty thoroughbred, one and two year ,old heifers, and thirty graded one and d two vear-old heifers. nitity-three in all. BUSI - making the tine-t lotuch of cattle that M has Ibeen Ibrouglit to this part of Lon if isiana. They were loaded at San re IAntonio Sunday morning and arrived d here Tuesday miorning, naking the I. trip in t4wo dlays. arriving hi' little s- the worse for transportation. This is 1. a hunch of cattle that I)r. Lewis has ti Id been trying to get hold of for the pas t ti- eight or tieu mo.,nths, and hIIas been Q ' nit lv able to close the deal until last Satur-* et da:. TheI-se cattle are a palrt of the e- herd raised on the noted Cabal I'arbh. hot in This raLich of twenty.four tho u-, nol no acres was estabiished by Cabal, th "tai ns man who invented the Cabal trecet cars, and was stocked with thie very " bk- bIest stock that care andl money coull " ire secure. Many choice specimens frotm P >n- this herd have been shipped to north len era states, as well as all over the south. "" ing Messrs. Lewis and McBurney are to of to be congratulated on having secured re ral stock from so standard a herd. is ant The advantages gained by the bring- I ain ing this bunch of cattle into this vi- th is cinity is not to be measured by the oI a to gain which may accrue to the gentle nay men owning tbem, but by the general w Sbe improvement of the stock throughout n this section. It wi I he hut a short time until fainters will Le able to se iure thoroughbred nills and thus rap ily g ra ie their I erd .\. s soon as stock gets it strain of netter tblood iiin them there will he mor! noney in stock raking. When a steer c(ian he lput on the market at ao years old' that will weigh as - ih as a four year-ool naiti' t animanl. thiere will be a protit in cattle suce as i . not rea lized. There is no go it reasozn why+ a Southwestern Louisiana should not be one of the lest cattle producing f countries in thie United sl tates. There are pleLat of farmnrs in (_'al Lsieu van parish who have broug' ht their cattle through the piast winter without fted ing themi a dollar's wortti of feed.j When cattle can ibe mi'i cd the yeari arounlld Without feed it er than the ( natural wale of the facs', there is no1 questitimn abouht the iilfit to be de rived frorm this branchi of iridistir. Grade up your s:',1k am:i see how easy it will be to grow ,'mr al hundred dol I sH worth of staock :- ' ar, even if onlv carried o!. "a a smtall Vcale. I iftW LIFE IN .E iiLAL ET BUSIN..3S IN RIC CR .LES tiEVih"G.- - MiLLS DISPO!U.G OF LARiGE QUA:.Tt. I Rral TIES OF ..iCE.--Ii iS EI ECTED OLD CROP W.LL BE EI+TIRELY . . CLCA lED UP BEFOIE NEW IS MADE. Nt writ trovty , La. :.m.c 'I. The con- Just tic ciid itmnpjtive:e.ti: ilm the rice mar- er a ket durint tIIt·ee. ,mt-i pa4t. while aut nut a tW eth it" jue. : . .ti.' . ias b eri etl of wrater vol0miii, t '.. aas aittiltnited. I I te fa-t that a mn ...' . t the unil.s in I both Loui-iana l., ,eoas !hmch had MIr l iithdltraw in tit' ir 1;11l''. h m the it l 4liii'f tttda}, is I'ltett it cot ' liiit'tIit ` 1ru ntent tIhait it' tradn i trikint hi Mldti. and increm.'e0- itaqitirieN are It In port" by all who a re holtilung stoteK..1 hS-veral of the Louisiana mills ha ve h. sold out completely while the stock, to of all of the Crowley mills are being a ed reduced. It seems the consensus of i opinion that to.m inti e stock of Loti isiana and Texas will be cleaned out 11- before . 2 - 1. 1tit, and the fact i' that tie oiistribution during the month, S he of January and Feh' nary were over le- 3OO.t00$. no doubt remains in the minds of toe minier,. but that the remainder ral will be tiarkoted at full value-.Jen )ut nings Daily Times-Itecord. i *uff PLYMOUT hr' O . Z * ~ ~ C1· ;*· + i ti sp:are n b w 'ettIi. I" o R 4 *+ ater Iarchi I st In'rlc. f.ir I 5 e;s j Mrs. C. M Fiel. *.~~·f~ ,·~).~ ·~jC+ JI m~fP( R n. ftiL No W. SIGNAL HOTEL \t e i , s I r" I i i_ - ,uisk1 Tr in.:. i -(.~(,11~ tat.l 111 ~i 'Ulr 11. v - 4.a - ;Jntt tt' i it h . , t. -. , t o I ward. tit au 1 ii ' .'I''. I. '+II LOUT'ir. 'Ii I ,. otit r fir t 1 .,, I %t,, -wt :: 1 'l ltc ll e' r1 II (. t" t nc i i *~T'fl~ .t t 'i- " ' to I;ý ' r1"t'4 ý. " U t' I tlt IS'g tu adln se a it1 '. ! " t.1 . ttti t a! t -r 5 1 Sring hats at Paul W. ler c, .';Bring fuour job work to tbe JoU - of L o.gen