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X]UME M . WELSH, OALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA. APRIL 8, 1910.
00O0000o0oooo0oooooo ILLER'S HULLER'S ¶ Unrivaled Selections in Lingerie 2 and Silk Dresses 8% Rajah Silk Dresses $18.50. Lingerie Silk Dresses $5.00 to h Newest one piece Rajah Silk $20.00. DOesses in full blouse style, em- In this price range we offer a broidered yoke, fold trimmed selection that consists of the skirt. Colors are Tan, Mulber- most ciarming of modtls in both e I sand Navy; very special value Embroidery and Lace trimmed e l .t$18,50. garments. The new overskirtef Foulard Silk Dresses in a fects prevailing. Special values Sood range of styles, priced at at $5.00, $7.50 and upwards to A ll.O0, $17.50 and $20.00. $20.00. New Styles in Millinery. 8 A special shipment just received-new styles especially approved in a brilliant showing that encompasses all of the best ideas of the season, in high quality hats exclusiveness and originality, combined in a showing of values unequalled at this price range: $5.00 to $15.00. White Lingerie Waists for Spring. The assortments are very extensive and embody all the l"w style features. Included are the Dutch neck three quart a and full length sleeves, now so popular. AT $1.00, $1.60, $1.95 AND AT $8.00, 8.60, $4.00 AND 11i0, models made with yokes, $1.00, many smart effects are `ohera trimmed with laces and shown, some trimmed with laces, tboidery-some of the new others hand embroidered, beau patch neck short sleeve models tiful ;chic effects every one of me included in the $2.50 lot. them. Marl orders We prepay ex hasve oar r press charses sonlt per- on all pur. alml atten lo. Samples chases of e- regqest. Lake Charles' Biggest, Best $5.OOed over and Busiest Store. Member of Lake Charles Retail Trade Exten Bureau, which refunds railroad fare up to e per cent of your purchases. - THE GREAT FIRE SALE STILL CONTINUES IGNAL CLOTHING SToRE, S.t Our sales have been much better than we had anticipated, and to show our appreciation of tronage, we will place on sale at our Exceptionally Low Prices, Large Shipment of Shoes, Summer Underwear and General Dry Goo That we have received this week. SOur stock of FINE CLOTHING, SUITS and TROUSERS, All Up-to-Date, is still large and in er to reduce it we will make even greater cuts than heretofore. . Don't miss this opportunity to lay in your stock of summer wearing apparel, at prices ::mean the saving of many dollars to you. ReLember Ie PePlc-T -e Big Dr G-ood an Cloti[ Store, I I Bric Buildin t +,E L S I OU 'SII NOW FOR SOME MORE FUN. The Elks-Cavalry Minstrels of Jen nings, to Appear at Auditorium Friday Evening, April 8. The Elks-.Cavalry Minstrels, under S( the direction 'of Mr. Ben Freeman, who have been making the hit of the 1 season, at Jennings, have accepted an 1 invitation to appear at the Auditorium " here, Friday evening, April 8th. s4 The troup consists of 50 members, all artists in their several lines. The people of Jennings are unstint ed in their praise of the work of these g entertainers, and those who have a gone over there from Welsh, are no o less enthusiastic in their commenda tion. t, It is the belief of the Auditorium e management here, that this entertain- n ment will compare favorably with tl the best that has been given in Welsh t this season. e The following is the opinion of the f work of the troup, as given by one of i the audience, in a recent evening's i entertainment: "The Elks-Cavalry Minstrels was, is and ever shall be a ringing, sing ing, laughter provoking success. Your correspondent pronounces it as unquestionably the most entertaining and amusing comedy staged behind the footlights of the Ardennes this season. The amateur company are artists of ready and willing ability and all stars of charming personality. 'The Men Behind the Fun' renders of these gentlemen better account and credit than pen or tongue of ours can possibly do, as they certainly did ) hand us out the fun in bunches." ) Remember the date: Friday, April 8, at the Auditorium. Doors open at >7:30, curtain will raise promptly at 8:I5. Tickets on sale at Cooper's Drug Store. Admission, children 25c adults 50c. Reaebig The Top in any calling of life, demands a vig orous body and a keen brain. With out health there is no success. But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builber the world has ever known. It compels perfect action of the stomach, liver, kidneys. bowels, puri fies and enriches the blood, tones and invigorates the whole system and en ables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily work. "After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble," "writes W. M. Sherman, of Cushing, Me., "three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man." 5oc at all Druggists. RICE ASSOCATION OF AMERICA 4 Will Hold Annual Meeting, and Give I Big exhibit At New Orleans, ; During Schriners5 Meeting The annual meeting of the Rice As- j sociation of America will be held in New Orleans, in the Board of Trade I Building, April 13, 1910, beginnine at * 11 o,clock. Every effort is being made to secure as large and repre- I sentative an attendence at this meet- " ing as possible. The Association is making a specialeffortto advertise the rice industry at this time, during t which period the Crecent City will be filled with leading business men from I all sections of the country, on account ( of the great meeting of the Schriners which is to be held there from the 10th to the 14th inclusive. A special rice 4 exhibit, that promises a number of new features is to be presented, and the subjects of rice and the rice ind u try are to be more thoroughly exploit ed at this time than ever before. The following cordial invitation has been issued by the Association, through its secretary, to all interested in the rice industry to attend this meeting. Crowley, La., April 2nd 1910. You are especially requested to at tend the Annual Meeting of the Rice Association of America, to be held at the Board of Trade, New Orleans, April 13th,'1910, at 11 a. m. Dr. S. A. Snapp of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, will address the assembly the reports of the officers will be made and the election of officers will take place. Bring a good delegation to the meeting. Any reputable white man living in the Rice Belt will be admit ted. The Association will have a Rice Exhibit on the floor of the Board o Trade from the 11th to the 13th of April, inclusive, more especially for the Schriners. Special rates. effective April 8th, one fare plus 25 cents, from points in Louisiana. Rates effective April 7th, one fare plus $2. from points in Texas and Arkansas. Frank Randolph, Secretary. Card of Thanks. I desire to extend my most sincere a thanks to all who so courageously assisted in protecting our property from the general ruin wrought by the fire Easmer morning. I fully realize r that had it not been for the heroic s efforts of the good citizens of Welsh our business would have shares the general ruin that swept the greater 9 part of the city. c Crescent Drug Store, Philip Coverdale, Prop. MARTIN'S I IAnnouncement * 0 * o * C * " * " * We are now located in our own build- i : ing, (commonly known as the old hbank building), on the corner iof South and l Adams streets, and we wish to inform our "" patrons and friends that we have our new stocks unpacked and on the shelves and we cordially invite you to come in and inspect our new home and get our " prices on our complete new stock of Dry _ Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Ladies, i and Gent's. Furnishings, etc. I j Everything New and the Latest,j ° Best values always at " 8 .10 tii I MART IN'S ., OO00000O000000OO000000 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. Ný.NNv~vv Ný+ NýN N-.NrýýN .N "Ringlet" Barred Plymouth Iocks IN THEIR PURITY-BRED TO UTILITY AS WELL AS BEAUTY BOEGGS, PER SETTING OF IS From Pen No. 1, $2.00 :.: :.: :.: From Pen No. 2, $1.00 Wm. M. Terry, Welsh, Louisiana.