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pennsy OLUME VIII. ,1,, \g \q' WELSH, CA
Lena LACES AN
al We!have received this week from New Yo
reth L A D IE S A Cordial Invitation
gar land inspect these EF
t ..LA., JUNE 1
New Goods Every Day Ir.o
... Fourteen Days of
an aAT cluding Addresse
an 1MARTIN BROTHERS. oft
.M A w ,il be Fr,.
Cost of $
We are receiving New Goods every day and season'
our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Perhaps one of
events ever held i
gin in Lake Charl
O E Senterprising citize
. aorganized what is
1contracted with le
entertainers and 1L
L W4TE Rson of fourteen
day will have as
Bob Taylor with hi
is New and Complete. next day Miss Chap
song recital and in t
W h e Fn L f ville Fowers will i
We have a Fine Line of characters in his rend
LADIES' HATS without doubt one of t
" 4H personaters in the count
:Just.from New York. day by day will he such
H. W Sears, Frederick
'18 tTes ..igb:t--"Pxioes Righ.t Shakesperean actor and
John P. D. John, Edwa
1 "Ott, Father Daly, Senator
A Big Shipment of the famous Jno. B. Stetson Dewitt Miller, Henry Clar
S Hats direct from Philadelphia. We can make you Ladies' Quartette, Amnphion
S.he price right. concluding the season July 4
Our stock of Dress Goods p, Complete. The afternoons and evenings
devoted to these features and sea
'Our Grocery Department handles only the BEST. tickets for the entire entertainm
are now on sale at $2.ao each. ga te
- 'In addition to the above, the morn
ings will be given to classes in the fol H
* * p lowing departments: Cooking, und r . Ii
M a rtin B r s C , Ms. Dr. Gelsel; elocution. Mrs. W 1.
'LEADERS IN LOW PRICES, 1lie Vanderventer Crockett; m sic,
Prof.Hanchett. These are the lead
iWELSH, ." ." " LA ing instructors in those lines, i this
W L.. LA country and all interested, wi find it
to their infinent profit to be in Lake
' ~ Charles during these classes as well
_I'fully decorated with palms and stream- as the lectures and music,
fte the prtyweddings of the I ers of satin ribbon formed a bower Onil h hefare one- allt the roguadr drate 7m m
• k was that of Miss Pearl Isa- ,under which the bridal couple stood. I winlge the twoawek of l the radssbiful oapns rem dur CA I U LH H T U I'1~ l
'uil dagtrofCp n The altars were decorated with easter
as. O'neill, to Mr Philip Cover lilies, ferns and tiny electric lights. The place selected for these lectures is
Duri the Is f th the Pleasure Pier, ttelightfully located I
is prominent in Welsh, La. Durins thee M eig r n hng o tea riteru over the lake. and bathing and boat- E L- HL
,ty hird anni.versary of Capt, jA..Ma.ia" Aftr the cerem ny A
- . O'neill's wedding, at St. the relatives and most intimate friends 4About Pianos.
m de aul's hurchThe cere- were entertained at the bride's home , •,,,. ...............
de performed by eve. Father 'e a reeetion held from 6 to 8 The We have sold Shoninger Pianos for
and assisted by Rev Father " house was also beautifully decorated many years. I am established in this ____________ ___ied___e________oe__slso be__ifll__eco_________arsI___esblsheinhi
SWelsh, La'.hTheifirsn tte i een and white. aIn he dining countr .I .h above sold more pianos i
e Pul's Church the joyous prettily arranged and streamers of Gr.newai' Co. is the best known and their Belt Sunday. amounts to $444,332.00 and' the total To . ... ca
- -Pthe church bells announced white satin ribbon, asparagus vine largest h, use inl the South. I have At a game played between the bonded Indebtedness of the State debt Town of Wel--elg ,a' a- "
-- of the bridal part." As and maIden hair fern. Mr. and Mrs. sold Shi Ainger Pianos to ur. Arec. Welsh team and the Jennings Invinci. is $11,108,300. The bonded State debt of Welsh.
,,led by the ushers who Ceverdale left for an extended bridal neaux.. . W. Day, S. A. Covey, F. bles Sunday, the Welsh oys akain has been running since 18Th, nearly The following letter, rece[
s O'neill, Wm. Coyle, Jos. tour throughout the west. On their L. Ta r, E. H. Bolin", Jas. Ellis, demonstrated the fact ht I rty years. Originally, it was more Mr. Samuel Blackford from b
- wlan Generes, Lobhngrin's ,return they will reside in Welsh. Chas~oubitel, Miss ILizzie Fear and how to play ball. Although the Jen- thn81,0,-0 he ntes pad. Moss ofL.ke Charles, wil .
'was sung by the choir, 'like out-of-town guests who attended othei right here in Welsh. Ask nings team was composed of the since 18.9 has amounted to more than interest to the people ot , Welsb
ng been a. member of the the wedding were: Dr. and Mrs, R. THF? about the Shoninger and about smoothest players the oil city could erigip al debt and westill owe thethat it
ride's attendants were: R. Arceneaux of Welsh, La., Mr. and Mr. q 11. produce, yet they were a'.ve:. in it with adrinitat.Duiong oneminor os r Coller, in the famous cas f bmrarg
e, matron of honor, Mrs. J. D. Belton of Lone City, Tex., . Do N.t Expernment! he Welsh team fo- a .. inute. and ad ministration one m plasn dolt' Mr • i " -
weeding dress of rich and Miss Lula Burr, of Croler La. Buy a well proven piano. Our price it not been for a commendable gener- year notroedl B hen paid for impounding and selli sort
,, es ,Viola Cae,, Beautiful presents attested 'the ,)opu- is ri!t I do my own tuning. We osity on the part of our p ers thne dollar has been pid on his cattle. Th
ew dre i larity of the bridml couple. The bride's juar ee satisfaction Addr . It pr.ncipal, Year i and Litr court
Sin rose point lace. with gloves and hat to match.-New Jesse [.Hulls scored. As it was, the score stood la miliino dollars Icteweas oti theser ece ra ni eety 1r
O'neill, sister of the Orleans Times-Democrat. Gru: wald Agent, New Iberia, La. 14 to 4 in favor of Welsh. I bonds.-Monr-oe sea I Coriel through his attorney ouht,
-o-o.. .... ..... ... .... . to break the charter of Welsh and re
Stulle over crepe de, '" cover damages, but after a thorough
e entered with her l of the case, Judge Miller decided
very gwaceful in a adversely to the plaintiff, as ib0Wo in
ie aln vei o DO YOU W ANT A SUiI the 1a wesr L. IM
g'm-longevel fold to Mr. Samuel Blacadord, '"
graceffos <aughto )n (Welsh, rs:
11 ,pearl pin, the E • Dear Sir:--Thief morning the Jadge'
-1 parl ion, Made to Order by xpernce ailors? I you have a pec a ndored judgment in theCo
Ys h a- a e1. ~IT I holding the chares' of -='
o f .: b r i d e r o s e s , *4 e s a i , r j c
tlm.es*. Heo at ity in your make p, I will get it in the measurement adu''tw aW'vd,aae
hltesatin rib- ,:' '
illsoftheva- a Prfec Fit. "
with his best IIT hb .m$ n o
£itl~ d at the ' ..
brlibdo, The I •"'"" ....