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yjtUME XI. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, ILOUiSIANA. JANUARY 27, 1911. NUMBER 85 WASH FABRICS FOR 1911. Many Thousands of Pieces of the Newest Fabrics in Re markably Beautiful patterns. The Daintiest and Sheer est of Wash Fabrics Produced. This is by far the Most Extraordinary Showing that we have ever exhibited. Iported Saint Gall Swisses Foulard Batiste -A wonderful assortment of -A beautiful new fabric in exclusive patterns, dlots and Foulard Patterns, simulating figures in white and colors on the New Foulard Silks-Spec white grounds, dlecildedly rare ially Priced at a yard, 19c. values at 65e and 75c. Dupionne Silk Imprteld English Chiffons -A Novelty Silk and Cotton -These rich fabrics are most Fabric that comes in street skilfully woven-possess won- and evening shades. Special derful durability: can be util- a yard 25c. ized for both street and even- Flaxons log purpos(s; chosen from g o o-An endless array of Colored myriads of the most charming Fgured Flaxons bought out combinations imaginable, at a for 25e retailing - specially yard, 35c priced ar a yard, 19Oc. 1911 FOLLARD SiTS, STREET AND LINGERIE DRESSES -snappy models in mixtures, Pongee Dresses white serges and white and In many new models--des black striped serizes in Spring tied to be one of the most tined to be one of the most tailored Sits-fe turing the1011 spring ideas. new 25-inch Con t Model and popular 1011 spring ideas. ne Ireffeclt S :ued at Shown in several styles; priced Tunic effect Sk:i:ts: priced at $20.00, , fir,1 $35.0 at $17.50, S20.00 and $30.00. and $39.00. Dainty Y hlte Dresses Soft, gracefiul Fnnlar --Materials are Lingerie, Mar Soft, uisette and Voile; shown in and Messaline I)resse. in plain white, pink, blue and helio colors and fi uredi Lf:ects-a beautiful ideas-practical for smart showing of 1!?1 models, street, party and evening wear; priced at 815 , S17.59, $20, priced at $7, $10, S12, $1S, $25.00 and '3,: 00i. $20 and upwards. OUR ANNUAL WHITE SALES Sale of Undermuslins Sale of Shirt Waists Sale of Embroideri.s Sale of Laces * Sale of Wiite Gilos Sale of Linens iotf Sheets and Pillow Cases Sale of lTable Damasks To those who have part icipated in the annual sales, no comment is necessary. o( tihose who have not, we say come prepared to see the best values in new 1911 fabrics, in an assortment the season will not again afford. Send us your mail P we send samples upon request. We orders; we fill them upon request. We same day as re- prepay express ceived. All inquir- charges on all pur chases of $5.00 or ies promptly an- Lake Charles' Biggest, Best swered. over. and Busiest Store. ANNOUNCEMENT: I take this method of thanking my many friends and customers, and the public in general, for the generous patronage they have given me during the years I have been in the livery business in Welsh. Having decided to devote my entire time to the dray business, I closed out my livery business at auction on Jan. 23. I have purchased the Morrison Dray °_ Line, and am now prepared to do Any and All Kinds of Draying and Heavy Haul ing. It will be my purpose to render the best service possible, and to use the utmost care in the handling of all business that comes to my hands. Thanking you again for past patronage, and soliciting a continuance of same in my new business, I am Yours for business, CHAS. DAUIJTEL. EST ~NEIA I~~~D' SOUTH OF DEPOT pared to do All Kinds of Laundry Work in First Class Style.: S1.15 - : -. FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY- -j .d Hats Blocked. Clothing Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed. ADAM BURKE, Prop., Welsh, La. is * .:' S ý 1- ýN***·@®ý®**** oAO·i**********oA** 2w Thompson of Lake Charles, mil knIown life insurance man, 19i$D his respects to his many In ,elliý, Wednesday. Mrs, Ward Andersonu of DeRidder, is visiting 4t the home of Mr. Ander son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson, of th:s cityv. DIVISION CASE POSTPONED TWO WEEKS To Give Time for Gov. Sanders' Return From WVashington, WIhere He is Working for the Panama Exposition. According to a recent enterviewI with Attorney Modisette, published in the Times-Record, the famous parish division suits, that have been institut ed by the would-be new parishes of Jetf Davis, Allen and B3eauregard, which were set for the 23rd inst., have been postponed until Feb.,6. This ac tion was taken by Judge Brunet, in response to a request of the attorney general, asking for a postponement, in order that Gov. Sanders, against whom the mandamus proceedings were brought, might have time to re turn from Washington, and be pres ent at the time of trial. The RIecord rieports, in part, as follows: "The case, as previously mentioned, is in the nature of mandamus pro ceedings against Gov. Sanders, the divisionists asking that the court compel the Governor to officially rIc ognize the new parishes of Beaure Fgard, Allen and Jefferson Davis. The Attorgev General represents the Guov ernor, in the case, but did not wish to file his answer until same had been submitted to the Governor, who is at present in V asliington, Iihhting to bring the Panama exposition to the "logical point.' "i;y agreement of council, the case was postponed to the date mentioned, in order that the Governor might be present at the hearing." ('ity Marshal Bags Eight Suspicious Looking Vags Fr:day Night. City Marshal, Montgomery, assisted by 13ob Watkins run in a bmnch of eight vacs last Friday night that had been loafine around the city for con siderable ti;ne, having no visible means of support, and acting in a more or less suspicious manner. These men had been noseing around several of the mercantile establish minents of the city, and seemingly try in( to gain as much information about the concerns as possible. So pronounced hail their observa tions been that several of the business firms of the city were convinced that they meant mischief and had decided to watch their estallishments, but the timely interference of the marshal obviated the necessity of doing so. These yags were kept in the city holdover until morning, when they were released with the admonition to place distance between themselves and Welsh as rapidly as possible, which it is needless to say they did. "No man has ever been able to cone with the matchless oratory of W. Lomax Childress. "-Ilnwood Park Camp. Martinsburg, Va. At the Welsh Auditorium, Tuesday night, Jan. 31. Fight the White Fly and Scaile By Burning Fallen Leaves of Citrus. Trees. The following timely suggestion, is sued by the agricultural committee of the Chamber of Commerce, of Beaument, nmay profitably be nimade use of by the growers of citrus fruit of Louisiana, as well as of Texas: "The recent frost and cold weather was a great benefit to this section. The orange trees were practically un injured so far as production is con cerned. Some of the tender growth was nipped a little, but instead of do ing damage, it was probably a bone fit. The sap was driven down and the trees were stripped of foliage. Trees have been carefully examined and found to be in good condition, and public confidence has been greatly strengthened as to the possibilities of orange growing, and particularly the Satsuma and Trifoliata. '"We now have an oplportunity to fight the White:Fly with telling effect. Tho trees are shedding their leaves. The leaves, in many instLnces, were literally covered with \White Fly do posits on the under side. Leaves should be at once raked and burned and the trees should be sprayed thor oughly with Target IBrand Emulsion or BIordeaux Mixture, which will have best effect while the trees are stripped of foliage, and will kill out the White Fly eggs and pupa and the scale which afftrects orange trees. ''"Hear in mind that the Cape Jas mine is the greatest breeding place for White lFlv and several forms of scale. The (ape Jasmine has not been denuded of foliage as the orange trees, but can be easily stripped and given the same treatment as the orange trees, and it sould be done now. "If immediate action is taken, there will be little, if any, dailger from White Flyv or scale this year, and Ithe danger will be greatly minimized for future years.'' Pop Factory and Bottling Works For i elshI. Among the other new enterprise that i; coming into Welsh this season, is one that ought to be gratefully wel comed by a thirsty public, This is a pop factory and bottling works. This new plant is being installed by our follow townsman, E. F. I)oan on a portion of the lot now occupied by his tin and metal shop. It is expected that the new plant will be ready for operation within the next thirty da; s. Mr. D)oan says, that while at the be ginning he will limit his output to some six or seven different drinks, that he expects eventually to piroduce a majority of the leading soft drinks now on the market. The new plant will have a capa:city of about seventy flye cases per hour. By having a p)lant of this kind lo cated here at home it will notonly add a new industry to those of the town, but it should at least save the freight on the bulk of the soft drinks consuimed in Welsh and the adjoining territory. WHEN IN WELSH STOP AT f -~·TH E-ýfi NEW TREMONT HOTEL (NORTH OF S. P. DEPOT) MRS. F. W. MORRISON, Prop. ats H $1., $ L.50 aTHd. $2.OQ. .: ::HOT AND COLD BATHS 00? 00 XXX0oooooXooXX00av000 SEE QUR BGREAT WINDOW DISPLAY g P Dress And Waist Patterns ý8 8 ~Whiclh we are Closing out at Greatly Reduced Prices oBlankets, 11-4, $2.oo values $1.10. All Wool 11-4 Blankets, $650 values, $3.25; $5.So values, $2.90 Coverlets in silk and satin finish: $6.50 values at $4.50; $5.50 values at $3.75; $4.75 values, $2.75; $3.00 values at $1.50. 8 SIGNAL CLOTHING STORE, 8 WELSH, 8 8 8 8 8 LOUISIANA.8 .o++++++ ++ +++ +8 E 4 a~ .t2. , NEW GOODS 8 ' SA part of the large, new stock of Early Spring Q Goods, purchased by our buyer, M r. Martin, 0 Swhile in New Orleans, last Week, has arrived 1and ) has been unpacked and placed upon our shelves, ready for your inspection. This shipminent conm prises everything in EARLY SPRINGi DRY GOODS, including Ginghams, fladras, Cali :: cos, etc., and we cordially invite You to conme in Sand see them and get our prices. ADON'T FORGET WJ, ARE IIEADQUARTERS FOR FINE CLOTHING. Best Values Always At 2VIEA."RF IN' Sm S a ' eOS6 O OO1=a esasme eM0LEa *c- c*Mom meAseMmOe M ϧa ssecesae anaear ne~··bl )· ~ b*Lhb hbannssssem a~ ~81I Ll ___ II'YOU AH1E GOING p .. ........... .. iro M..... . *+* --. Il~fll ll g Illl g 8~899~~~8E t~ SBaton Rouge1 Alexandria or Memphis SEE PITE TICKET AGENT At Crowley, Louisiana, for rates and service. 7s2h -cr0 WUo S6SOISeI6O8/ err Double Daily Service TO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. VIA SOUTHERN. PACIFIC SUNSET ROUTE No. 9-IO--"Sunset Express" No. 7 - 8-"California Express" Standard and Tourist Pullman Sleepers Blung ('Car, ('hair Car and Coaches. Observation Car on "Sunnset Exprcess.'" Dining Car Service Best in the World. Electric Lighted, Oil Burnlig Leocomnotives. Electric Block Signals. SEE LOCAL AGENT SOUTHERN PACIFIC FOR FULL PARTICULARS J. H. R. PARSONS, aen. Pass. Agt., A. C. LITTLE, DIV. Pass. Agt., New Orleans, La. Lake Charles. La.