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ioLUIE X. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA. MARCH 18, 1910.
O000000000/00000000000 . The Latest Word 8 In Every Department Is reflected in the magnificent display of Easter Wearables now on display. Never has thºe(re been a season's showing. where every )a lllilll' need in authentic style, (, uld be c supplied mowre readily than from our present com prehensive displays. EASTER LINGERIE DRESSES a ',e new styles are so widely representative that women have never bad greater' advantage for the selection of individual tastes. c LINGERIE DIRESES in White, Light Blue, Pink and Helio, trimmed in Valeuciennes, Irish Crochet and Point de Paris Laces. Special values at $5.00, $7.50, $10,00 $12.50, $15.00 v $16.00 SILK DRESSES in stunning now effects in Lingeries, Foulards and chansaeable Taffetas. Very desirable models that include the new and plaited effects. Priced at $12.50, $15.00, $20 00 and upwards to $35.00 EASTER SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS Women's Pumps and Slippers, an unusually smart showing in Patent Vici and Sued; special values at, a pair $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50 Pumps and Slippers for Misses and Children, sizes 2 to 5, pair $1.00 and 75C; SF to 8, pair, $1.25 and $1.00; 81 to 11, pair $1.50 and $1.25; 11, 12 to 2, pair, $2.00 and $1.50; 21 to 6, pair $2.50 and $2.00 EASTER NECKWEAR 8 InIrish Crochet and Maderia we are showing Jabots and Dutch Collars in styles that cannot help appealing to every woman. Priced at 25C, 29C, 36C, 50C, 59C, 76C, and $1.00 EASTER JEWELRY SMany distinct novelties are shown that include the New Coronet Braid Pins, Barrettes, etc., both plain and jeweled. The New Rhinestone Hat Pins, so extremely popular; Sterling Silver Hat Pins, Belt Pins, etc., German Silver Mesh Bags, Coin Purses, etc.; platinum and gold filled Nectc Chains, Pearl Belt Pins; new ideas in Cuff pins-in fact every novelty of the sea son has a representation. We fill We op 8 mail orders en monthly oaccounts up promptly. on the fur Samples nishing of nt upon satisfactory slent upon Lake Charles' Biggest, Best references. request. and Busiest Store. Ringlet" Barred Plymouth Rocks IN THEIR PURITY-BRED TO UTILITY AS WELL AS BEAUTY -E(S, PER SETTING OF IS S'om Pea No. I, $2.00 :.: From Pen No. 2, $1.00 SnWm. M. Terry, Welsh, Louisiana. SPECIAL BASTER SALE OF LADIES WAISTS AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Will be Given Monday, March 21, 1910. Ladies' Waists, regular $3 lien's Specialties values; at....................... $2.24 FOR Ladles' Waists, $2.25 values 1.74 ER iLadies' Waists, $1.75 values 1.24 E 'T tLadles' Soft 'luslin Skirts, AREs R $2.50o values; at................... 1.74 1.SO values at..................- 1.24 CLOT dies' Night 'Chemise $1.75 values at...................... . 24.. 1.24 .IL . Black Rilk Underskirts at 3.98 We have a magnificent line upon ;.75 Underskirts, all colors 1.24 which we will reduce prices during Corset Covers at............ this sale. Come in and see. Corset Govers at............. 48c this sale will be the place to buy your Easter wearing apparel, and you should avail your self of this opportunity, for nowhere else in Welsh can you secure the bargains or the qual Sof goods we are offering to sell to you on the above date. Remember, the sale will be for one y only, and we would advise that you come eirly to make your selections. SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, S. P. I;SUES ADVERTISING BOOKLET. Welsh Puts Up ('ash, Jennings Gets .I The Advertising. Some three or four weeks ago a Mr. C A. AlMaule, representing the P'as- 1 senger Department of the Southern Pacitic, arrived in Welsh and inter viewed our merchants and business men in behalf of a scheme that was being promoted by the Southern Pacific for advertisinL Welsh and 1 Jennings and the eastern Part of Calcasieu Parish. Mr. Maule made it clear that advertising was for the purpose of advertising the resources and possibilities of Welsh and Jen nings, and also to stimulate crop (di versification in this section of the parish. To this end the business men contributed liberally to the support of the scheme, expecting that a great institution like the Southern Pacific would play fair in their part of the proposition. A few days ago the booklet, a neatly gotten up affair of 32 pages not counting the covers, made its appearance, but instead of embracing Welsh and Jennings, the cover page comes out with a neat designe reading, "Jennings, La. Its industries, Commerce and Finance- The agricultural Resources of Calca sieu Parish." The second page bears the announcement, "A comprehensive review of the Agricultural Possibili ties of Jennings and Calcasieu Parish La." Not until the third printed page is reached does the name of Welsh appear in the book. The first 27 pages of the booklet is then devoted to the resources of Jennings and its tributary country, while the remain ing five pages are given to exploiting Welsh, Mermantau, Opelousas and other places. As an advertising scheme for Jennings it may be said ) to be a success,b utits advertising val ) uefor Welsh isnil. Whileit is perfect Sly proper for the S. P. to advertise Jennings and her resources, the business men of this city who helped putupfor the scheme feelthatthbey have not been given a fair deal, and as some of them expressed it, it will be sometime before they will enter into another advertising scheme of this sort. 'II II .ýý. M. Z, tLL All work guaranteed to I charge NO Commission on be Strictly First Class, paper where I do the Work. Let me sell you you your Wall Paper, Coal Oil and Gasoline. ...+N+ý++ý+++ Nr+++++ýH++++, BIG MONEY IN TRUCK FARMING. 64 Jennings Truck Grower .ells Lod of * Fine ('abbage in Welsh. I). C. Brown, who is at the head of the Jennings Truck Growers, associa- ; tion, anrd ,vho is also one of the tlt .I extensive truck growers of the parish, was in Welsh Monday with a load f. as fine cabbage as it has been our lot a ever to see. This load, consisting of f the Danish variety, was almost snow O white, and as crisp as one could wish. Mr. Brown is an enthusiastic truck grower. He says cabbage, potatoes, a beans, corn and a number of other I things can he grown at a profit here. * He himself has 45 acres of old ground 0 that he is putting into truck, and has * leased 35 acres more, making a total j of 80 acres that he will devote to truck this year. While Mr. Brown is enthusiastic ov er the possibilities in this line, he says that it is worse than useless to try to raise cabbage or other truck I without first thoroughly preparing the ground. The ground must first he made rich, either with barnyard fertil- a izer, or by sowing to cow peas and 1 plowing under for two or three times, 1 with a crop of Irish potatoes inter- 4 vening, after which the ground, if oroperly drained, will be in shape for cabbage or other truck. He says he 4 º has about ten acres of cabbage that will yield approximately ten tons to the acre, which at the present time is worth from $30 to $35 per ton in the I northern markets, or from $22 to $27 I per ton f. o.'b. cars at Jennings, this making a return of from $220 to $270 Sper acre for his cabbage. I When asked how much force it ? would take to handle his 80 acres this 1 year, be replied that during the busi - est part of the season it would require from four to six men, but that, that e number would not be necessary e throughout the year. d Cabbage to be raised successfully e in this region, should be forced in ,s beds in late summer and set out in e September. From 10,000 to 12,000 0 plants should be set to the acre, from s which, if properly cared for, from 4,000 to 8,000 heads should mature. z im l Im I il m I m mm " AT MARTIN' S! * 0 SEMBROIDERIES! EMBROIDERIES! Our I.a es, Li)IºI'roidcriCs, India liLnons, I'rencch : Lawns, lPersin lawns. (lhiittonettes, l mnIces I . S and Soiesettes are now on (lisplay in lari,'e quain tities, and are jiust the lines from which yOU can S select an elegant Easter (res. Easter will son " be here and you will want aI new dress for the oc-0 e * * 0 SSHOES SHOES C a Tohe latettest stylesnd est qtualltics for men, I women and children. I *• CLOTHING ; We carry the best line of clothing that can be had. quality of the clothing we sell is unsurpassed, or and our prices are reasonable. We leave to you " the selection of style, for we have them all. - • . Best values always at " g7 C TO: t n afl c ii ~L u,| it s@C*OCSCCSSCCCCCCSCCCC@ C6CCSO SCOC@ @ C O Ca is ( WRITE FOR OUR FARE REFUNDING PLAN ) S-SPRING FABRICS-> The displays at this store are unusual in their scope-quite in keeping with the progressive ideas of the management and the efforts of its buyers to keep its customers just a little more than "abreast of the times." The Pre-Easter showings place for your selection many in novations in weave and design; many distinctive creations in spring fashions; all delineating perfectly those modes and fab rics that have received the stamp of approval from the leading designers of the land. This complete showing is brought to your door through the medium of OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. Samples from any section of this establishment will be sent upon request. Flaxons, Linweaves, Sheerettes Dainty white and colored materials, in imitation of the sheer linen lawns, and one-half the price. Plain colors, as well as barred and checked designs and jacquard effects. Let us submit samples be fore the stocks are depleted. Prices 19c, 24c, 29c, 33c. Rough Weaves in Wash Fabrics Fashion's latest decree in materials for skirts and two-piece suits. The New Rammie, Rajah and Crash in Mercerized Linens, shown in every wanted shade and in a variety of weights. Prices 17c, 20c 25c, 24c, 39c, 50c. Pretty Novelties in Wash Lawns In plain and fancy weaves and fancy colored and checked weaves. Priced at 8c, ilc, 15c, 20c, 25c, Sheer Silks and Silk Finished Materials Foulard, Bengaline. Tussah and Pongees in a variety of qualities, show the new dainty colorings for afternoon and evenint wear. Plain, brocade and printed novelties, in dainty shades of rose, tan, blue, lavender, green, grey, etc., at 29c, 35c, 49c, 59c, 85c and $1.00 SPECIAL PRE-EASTER OFFERINGS! Fifty dozen Novelty Waists, worth $1.50 (newest designs) offered at 69c All Kid Gloves, values $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, offered at...........69c. Ten dozen white and colors in Ladies' Wash Skirts, offered at.....98e Fifty dozen regular 15c values in Towels, offered at, each........... 9c (All, with the exception of Kid Gloves, will be sent subject to your approval) SEDDY BROS,' DRY GOODS CO,, LTD,, Lake Charles, La. 1 (flembers Retail Trade Extension Ass'n.) , , II II I II • ·)1JIC·\·· 1 • II Ij Eyrich's Strain of S. C. White Legiiorns HAS WON FROM TEXAS TO MARYLAND. IHAVE THEfti. .. E0GS $1.co PER 15. L. r-.. KIAtiLL, ,-