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The Rice belt journal. (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.) 1900-19??, March 25, 1910, Image 1

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LME X. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, MARCH 25, 1910.
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Easter 8
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Dress Accessories 8
NG BODICE CHAINS of German Silver Pompiean Gold, French 8
grey ,r tnn me'tal finish, $1. 50 to $6.50
gIMAN SILVER CHANGE PURSES to be worn on long chains, in 8
bright and ldull tinish, 39c to $1.50
MeSN BAGS ;r man Silver, 4 and 5 inch etched frames, tined with
white kid, $3.50 $4, $5 and $6.50
IAT PINS-Large, Flat Rhinestone Pins, in entirely new and pretty
designs, 50c to $3.50
Sterling Silver SpiKe Top Hat Pins, 39c and 50c
glCLACES AND LAVALLIERS-Even and graduated styles in Sterl
ing, Platinum and Roman Gold finisb, 50c to $1 50
TASTY NECKWEAR-Dutch Collars, Jabots, Rabans, Frills, etc., in
a dainty assortment that includes sheer Swiss, Mull, Irish Lace,
etc., priced at 25c, 2 3c, 50c and upwards to $3.50
SLilOSIERY-Thread Silk Hosiery with wide garter tops, black
and all street and evening shades. Special $1.25
TOILET NECESSITIES-Col'ate's, Hudmut's, Liver's, Roger and
Gallet's, Houbigant's and other toilet waters, perfumes, powd- _
ers, creams, etc., in a complete assortment.
ASTER NOVELTIES IN SUN SHADES-Novelties in shapes, colors and
designs. that have been chosen because of some especially at
tractive feature in which they excell; priced from $1.50 to $7.50
,lASTER HANDKERCHIEFS-A beautiful assortment of Appenzell, Ma- "
deria, Irish and American Lace Edge Handkerchiefs, are prices
at I5c, 25c, 35c, 50c and upwards to $3.50
Art Goods Section 8
`In charge of MRS. STELLA RIDDICK CRABILL, is especially
Drepared to care for your wants in Art Work, Linens, Flosses,
in fact, every detail of this department.
"srders torStamped Linens, Embroidered Initials, etc., carefully
executed.
FREE!
Friday morning of each week, from 10 to 11, Mrs. Crabill will
give free lessons in embroidering, demonstrating all the new
stitches. All are invited to attend.
Outr IU We open
eOtrDepart- monthly
est offers charge sc
nt of town counts u p on
dhopperu the the furnishing
fllities of a of satisifactory
. odernm store __reference. Ex
W e sen Lake Charles' Biggest, Best prepaid on ail
.antoany purehuses of
u dd. and Busiest Store. $5.oo00 and over
Members of the Lake Charles Trade Extension Bureau,
thich refunds railroad fare both ways, up to five per cent of
purchases.
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inglet" Barred Plymouth Rocks
IN THEIR PURITY-BRED TO UTILITY AS WELL AS BEAUTY
EGGOS, PER SETTING OP I1
SPe No. I, $2.00 :-: From Pen No. 2, $1.00
Win. M. Terry, Welsh, Louisiana.
rk guaranteed to I charge NO Commission on
ictly First Class, paper where I do the Work.
} me sell you you your Wall Paper, Coal Oil and.Gasoline.
EASTER MEANS SPRING ATTIRE
Easter is practically here, and with it comes the desire for spring attire. We are better
red this year than ever before to cater to your every want in this line. Our stock of
Supr ing Snmmer Wesis Large, New, Cmo1et e
wl be and Tonrou U-tno-Date,
will be sold for less money than the same goods can be purchased for at any other store in
. We can furnish you complete from head to foot with the season affords.
WE Clothe You, You will be Correctly Clothed.
SIjiNAL CLOTHING STORE,
Ask-' Af %:4.
THE WELSH BAND.
Twenty Members in the Organization.
-New Instruments.--Itegular
Practice.
Coring events cast their shadows
ahead of them, it is said, and the
many and sundry tootings that have
been heard in Welsh recently, is but
the echos that announce the fact that
Welsh now has a band.
The new b'and consists of about
twenty members, nearly all of whom
are old -band men, some of whom are
quite talented in their especial line
of work.
The boys have been practicing un
der the leadership of A. B. Hall, for
about four weeks, and are so well up
on their work that it will not be a
great while before they are able to
furnish some first class music. They
have been somewhat delayed on ac
count of not having sufficient instru
ments, but this defect has been re
moved since a complete new outfit of
instruments arrived this week.
Their place of meeting is over the old
bank building, where they hold a reg
ular practice every Saturday night.
The name of the new band has not
been definitely decided upon, some
favoring calling it the Welsh Cornet
Band, that being the name of the old
band that existed here several years
ago, while others want to christen it
The Independent Band, since its in
dividual members have furnished their
instruments independent of any out
side assistance.
The boys are to be complimented
upon their efforts in this work, and the
people of Welsh are to be congratu
lated upon the fact that they will soon
be furnished with some excellent mu
sic. It is the purpose of the boys, in
the near future, to give some enter
tainments for the purpose of raising
money for the purchase of uniforms,
Any move of this kind will doubtless
be liberally patron!zed by the good
people of Welsh, who always extend
a liberal patronage to a movement of
this sort.
Oberlin Organizes Truck Growers'
Association.
The farmers and truck growers of
the Oberlin district, have demonstrat
ed that they are alive to their own in
terests, and the advancement of their
country, by organizing a truck grow
ers' association, which will be affiliat
ed with the parish association.. Their
organization was effected last Satur
day. with the assistance of Pres. Ben
Foster and Al Ribheck, of the varish
association Pres. Foster expressed
the belief that the Oberlin branch
would be one of the most active and
progressive"Sf the association.
There is great activity throughout
the parish in this line of work, and
Calcasieu parish bids fair to become
the great garden for the north.
It is a well known fact that this
country is, by its mild climate and
rlchb alluvial soil, especially adapted
to the growing of nearly every kind
of garden vegetable, and the fact that
we are located nearer to the great
nortlernomarkets than any other simi
lar districts, is an advantage that is
not to be overlooked.
Eyrich's Strain of S. C. White Leghorns
HAS WON FROM TEXAS TO MARYLAND.
IHAVE THEFI. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: .. EGOS $1.00 PER I. '
E. E. KIMBALL, Welsh, La.
CALCASIEU TO HAVE PARISH FAIR
Permanent Organization Formed, Com
nmittees Appointed and Arrange
ments Being Made to Finance
Proposition.
According to the Lake Charles
American-Press, Calcasieu parish
stands in a fair way to have an an
nual fair in the future.
A large number of the progressive
citizens of Lake Charles and surround
ing country, met Monday evening in
the council chambers of the city hall
and took up the organization:of a,par
ish fair association. A permanent
organization was formed, with the
following otficers duly installed: Pres
ident, W. E. Patterson; first vice
president, F. XM. Fuller; second vice
president, Ir, S. M. Lyons, of Sul
uhur; third vice president, George B.
Zigler of Jennings: secretary, O. Jen
nings Gill; treasurer, S. Arthur
Knapp.
The subscription paper showed that
over $3,400 had already been sub
scribed to the stock, and as it was
stated that this was the work of but
one man, for two days, the organiza
tion felt a good deal of enthusiasm re
garding the ultimate success of the
subscription committee.
After electing officers and appoint
ing committees, a lists of the vice
presidents and directors were suggest
ed, those from Welsh being, Dr. R.
R. Arceneaux, L. E. Robinson, H. A.
Davidson, F. A. Arceneaux and Jno.
W. Armstrong. The ascociation then
adiourned to meet April 4, in the
Lake Charles city hall.
Welsh Stars Assist In Organizing an
Eastern Star Chapter at Kinder.
A party of thirteen members of the
Order of Eastern Star, of this city,
went to Kinder last Saturday to.assist
in the organization of a chapter in
that thriving little city. Those who
went from here were Past Grand Pat
ron L. E. Robinson, Worthy Matron,
Mrs. L. E. Robinson, Worthy Patron,
Wm. Fear, Past Worthy Matron,
Mrs. John Armstrong, Past Worthy
Matron, Mrs. John H. Cooper, Past
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Wm. Fear,
Mesdames D. R. Read, E. G. Man
deville, F. L. Tanner, W. E. Faught,
C. E. Carr, J.1. W. Tanner and Mr.
John W. Armstrong.
The trip was made overland in Mr.
Armstrong's and Mr. Robinson's
touring cars.
After arriving at Kinder they were
joined by a constellation of the Lake
Charles Stars, under the leadershipof
Past Grand Matron. Mrs. Wakefield.
The work of organization was taken
up and sixteen members took the obli
gation. Following this, four mnew
candidates were regularly initiated,
two by the Welsh team and two by
the Lake Charles team. Officers were
appointed and the new chapter placed
in working order,
The chapter just organized, will
work under a dispensation until the
meeting of the grand chapter in May,
when it is expected a charter will be
granted them.
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.r-SPRING FABRICS-'q*
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
S checked designs and jacquard effects. Let us submit samples be
fore the stocks are depleted. Prices 19c, 24c, 29c, 33c.
SRough 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, 29c, 39c, 50c.
Pretty Novelties in Wash Lawns
In plain and fancy weaves and fancy colored and checked weaves.
Priced at 8c, 11, 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 evening 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 OFFERINGSI
- Fifty aozen 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..... 98c
Fifty dozen regular 15c values in Towels, offered at, each...........9c
(All, with the exception of Kid Gloues, will be sent subject to your approval)
EDDY BROS,' DRY GOODS CO, LTDI,
Lake Charles, La.
(ilembers Retail Trade Extension Ass'n.)
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