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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 19 May 1904

H f·I lam;. o1c TACT AND FRANKNESS. II I . /sr " "Now, remember, Marie, If any of Jack's relatives call tell them that I have gone to a 'Parsifal' lecture. But if mamma drops in tell her I have taken FIdo to the hair dresser's."-Chicago American. Umoubtedly. If kisses were numbered And apt to be missed. There's many a poor chap Who ne'er would be kissed. And if they were counted By wives at their source There's many a good wife Who would sue for divorce. -Chicago Daly News. - eigise Pruetleed. "That drug tore man up by our house Is a rasml," asld Squeese. "I. naeve truade th him asgahL." "a thei b mattUr asked Ju Lkla "e ps a bad lckel. oR o a-s OI Mpo yoe o av. it back to him! ' "s .M sd seeses, "t was t-oo al ta..ble I pt it a the olnection Satsr· t 1t ehIit"-C* se TrO ea e. w wb th poet we agree, Suth crished to earthwmtrisaga&l. W utetimestt isst hverr ~b. - Maaensd ten. a a " r arnr.. r7i .· . ji. 01 . z ' sJ' xjt Týl Jý .. 41, Justice wtth 1orey. Magistrate-You are charged...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 19 May 1904

remO! Pu smt% P'ius A uspeasr W riwi to °md e of a e aideant tin tad a ot wti bu t chlorkeorm, id- e lYttk 696w eland the aq e aske the t r iporer l Not a gol darn thi but chlortjoru," the proud reply ofthe admiring pa --Utica Observer. oratitude Well Exprssed. Salt St. Marie, Mich., Feb. 8th.-Mr. L. Smith, painter and decorator, whose is at 309 Anne street, this city, the following statement: was laid up with some kind of pains. said it was Lumbago, others Sciatica, others again Rheumatism. A few of friends suggested that it was lead n, but whatever it was it gave me a deal of pain, in fact, almost com criple me. I had to use two to walk about and even then it was ey painf task. friend advised me to try Dodd's Kid and I hean the treatment. After used the first box I was able to Saway one of the canes and was con ey improved. The second box tened me up so that I could go t free from pain without any assist and very soon after I was complete eared, well and happy, without a pain an a...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 19 May 1904

o NFp!4 - BANK OF WIN FELD © C P Main Street, o elephne45 Winnfiheld, La. eCapital Stock $50oooo C o( )FFICER S: 0 C S. W. SMITH. Jr., GEO. P. LOG. . T. PYIE, a IPresident. Vice-President. Cashier. C ° Careful and Prompt Attention to Collections. S Issues Exchange good anywhere in the United C S States. It is tile cheapest and safest way to c © send tlooIy. C 6 Deposits Received from $.oo" up. Payable on c o Demand. :.We carry special insurance against burglarly c * to protect depositors against loss. C O Ijn.8 S *O*O*O*O*O*O*O*O*O*O*O*O*O *eOO*O*O*OeO*O*O*O*O*O*O·C I SINGER. The Kind _of Sewing Machine You Should Have. Always the .Most Durable and Reliable on the Market. Is Sold to the' Public on Iustallments" of Small 4 Mor thly Payments b Or with a Liber.%l Discount to Cash Purchasers. S0 ! MACHINE., TAKEN IN EXCHANCE 1 Address SPECIALTIES. W.O. WILLIAMS, fr WinnfeiJ, La. ACCESS3OMS FOR ALL -OR v~as OF MACHINES. The'Singer Mfg. Comiany, SINGER O the W. L. DAOUsSAYE, . S. GER O, h...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

:r--¶ SOUTHE-tN SENTINEah. gr.Wilggqs Pra". W C. "TO THE tKTWRESTS OP NORTHN UISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. SubscrptiP On DO D per Yar. CSiUb idC Vol. it; No. 8. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 26, J904. Price 5 Cents. SWEEK'S NEWS i4qg qf Interest in short S Paragraphs. 80AL AND PERSONAL hbalras personal and Otherwise aught on the Fly in Sealc. and Business ifrles. The editor isited Verdi yes MI. Edna M)onsld ib on the k- Hoit thii week. vJ;. . $rewton " ie a t Wyr U- Wqek of Alieasa *1 ub O h of Buaston ried f& l i>h Friay. al ;.. isewent p the I. :_ - Jnd y son if reItuning s Jages of sits was Agaagiesshtor 1 L a A. 'I-p l S 2m Mr. E. M. TIlgrnton of Hick ory Valley spent 4tt night here. Editor Payne of Wie Dodson Times swent Monday night here. Mr. George A. Kelly spent I monday and Tuesday at Colfax. Mr. R. L. Tannehill made a bugigess trip to Ruston Mcaday. Attppney J. A. Dorman of Ar- I cadia spent Monday night in this city. Justice J. W. V~nce of ward si...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

•Te'. Sae ,easi, Se t t "IN ,NUL.X : ULOISIANAL seam up slowly to the boiling- point and then rage in a sudden, unre pressed tumult of reckless, scalding, overpowering vituperation-they Indi cate the unpleasant fact that the devil In us doesn't sleep very sound, in spite of his being carefully tucked, away un der the plaster of civilization. That's the kind of a temper I'm blesseding with. Once in a great while itmakesthe "p!aster" ly. I don't think I am quite responsible at such times. And Kathleen had never said a word In defense. It was like lashing a span 1el, deserving a beating. She only cor ered her eyes, rocking to and tro and moaning. That Irish beauty, black hair and blue eyes with black lashes! I didn't blame Latham so much I blamed her. When I dragged at her wrists, trying to make her look up, it must have hurt, baut she should have yielded. Of comrse, she couldn't meet my eye. I gave her a chane. Said I: "Kath Isea, a man doesn't like to And a note of that oart in his w...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

+: x. z.-__'~ ts it Y ..' t~p, ALMOST T8E £AL. -? I sm,won ms~sM~r' s JaT I s se--lot's when itrn r by mathmoay" itaeto* 81 Ubesabs. O.igr Pe bese looking for a wesmuk. inth't!s d you high or Xt.a f& 4 at roormthe other rW~g bu~t ymtm soft5 m ,ýtarO tnAi ~-jl~TL- ~k --> ~~. h!. Z x-00s Is ear wha sonainso a T. Press.;;c n·'" u A Lost Opportunity. They were speeding along a lonely road. "C-can't you m-manage the auto mobile with one hand, Mr. Slowboy?" she asked, in a tremulous tone of voice. sweet enough to make the bees Jeal "Oh, yes," he replied, "but I think it safer to use both." "Yes, I suppose it is," shbe said, her volce having suddenly grown as cold as organised charity, and then added: "We must return home at once, Mr. Slowboy; I'm sure mamma will be real anxious."--Clncinnati Enquirer. The Newly Mich. They are casting their dough on the weatt With hand that is lavish and free, In hopes that it will, when returning. The crust of society br -Brooklyn Ife. $W WANTED A ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

D. OAIU, T,- ,g.,a. _._ X,_DAT ------"-...,..ý:.... O ars no n Eateliea st t~. Wianlell ieaieo we.r aiaime of the **diodb SUasuWrION UATk ,aý, lyMT ekS in advith). Oagresr, wpeaasg Ir. ieaay'i O UMiu asehs).---- . ------ - - Zk Si=4n ]ask tb, 4 U - .. kT N MSh k -. . ... a-Advertdstag rateamade kuown eus apiluon. ti THE SOUTHERN S!NTINB.h d E& Paw f tt Wina Patrsh Peop, .t - WINNFIELD, LA., MAY 26, 1904. Ir THAT convention of lawyers l I~ .aon Rouge June 8 don't get the legislature confuied, then we C.ertainly have a wise legislature. Afteri the sess ion is over the boys will probably be in the fix of :• colored prisoner who was asked by the judge if he, had anything to say before btintg nentenced. lie said: W'l ell, jedge. its like dis. You see dat lawyer o' mine. he done gat me so u.iser'bly cop fui.tieated till I don't know what I done nor what I idone it for. * I' TraTA proposed $1,000,000 bond issue becomes :t realty old Louisiana will soon tbe ahead of any of the southern ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

. .iy day. - a mqy FPids and probably took U0 site of te is -ee bau od ver a aem of th mith bor beaut city t wen how a Vravgau& bet#mster Eagles. agles received his eion Iast Friday and im idy took charge of the bid postofice, retaining i m B. Smith for the present 61e re invited to call a and examine the new millinery at Mrs. Alice 's. (mll-2m) s Honey as. Tar aa stops the aucgl Timber Land. 5 an .-Norics von PuasUroaar. Laud Oie at New Orlema La. April 26, lAU. :uabreby given that in compliace p.eiesm o1 the mat at Congees of ptashe Me a of ComaelNu Ore -a Washinasto Terrtorry," as ma p.Jan laud ates r b mct a misse see--, S Court at WiaasueM, I. .. I iagees: Julias a eset. 3. tagyos, Jozn yeede1ae, I e I -..s3 , a zt~-,m, _ a .1 Ms le anibn :~~br Upa~t-··CEY.~ III v} Ar' ý c~,y i* eky Story. 4@r THEi bRvoG STOLE a"IT , tCan isht. Se br C. a Lkwi.. I have never bee really envious or Astor. GoQuld Vandertbilt or Rockefel le. and their mllokma, but there is one man whose pomitso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

' Beauty, Size and Se tirlent of the World's FdIr I4 t lp ig sia i FIee Beautiful Than Any Other Expositlon Ever Given. When President Roosevelt touched the electrlc key at the white house in Was.dtgton, which set in motion the machinery of the world's fair at St. Louis. he not only opened to the world the greatest display of the arts of place the world has ever known, but he gave to the nation a fit climax of a century of growth of that vast territory west of the Mississlppi-the lanisians territory. When, at the swing of a lever, 90.000 gallons of water per minute was re leased to flow over the beautiful cas cades in front of Festival hall, there was completed the most beautiful ex position picture the world has ever seen, a Ficture that will live in the mind of every visitor to the great fair. Chicago had its Court of Honor. its stately palaces set agasnst a back ground of the blue waters of Lake Michigan; Buffalo had its wonderful illumination, its dusk of evening brightenig ft d...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

Fad -Q·: U EC:Df~ E . 8100 es tha. m others 1teardis kcier tatoeasf the aetawrar wich csase the sympos. and cadtbpwcrsrd·ass SU*PTOEL y eed -ILuI bad. O sl.nese of the stoach #b s ,cla phbya; eoalsatums EIlba ns dsatcdiwrall~stoNS branes. ha klng. esiti up rs Nleeding. bendachaesor stsvphupj d meth se: two. hot vmasl asld ti. - -M tht staids its way. p tin m?~O ad thins makes 3... - sdas a .01 bl rich. 1p the afectsd pars. drivt Ireeih jums where It in medd. s k 3me keel dMoine. Dedsrswm caused by Catfhal M Hood. The air passage hare daahtsn ston~inthe adios a Thousands of ssee from dadmsass have had thdi -ed w Inrerd b k~u 3.3.0. let fwrh.ri reaaovesthe ct farhal deopot fre thus lakltbhe Nv" of thesc 3.3.IL3. never falls' ýoremsoveodtta nalses toa ew week's ti.If deaf o W9 Bsnik Blood Balm .3B.3. thm mey ramodly our Systm madda. _Take a hu* beaba ad b3.3A mae *widedada Hsi Selm f3.3 E bs ml Sn twim. Thinusld ýprna~d ofPreasBotanic hr~w Weak Wibey iadb Sameach. =L iP·~ ll~ jmcder ta...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 May 1904

I KOFWWIR FELD, i "I- t Winnfkld La. S.Capita Stoc $5oo. gl OFFICEB:: *Cl S. W. SMITII. Jr.,: GEO. P. LONG,, II. T. PYE, President. Vice-President. Cashier. o Careful and Il Attention to CoMletions. a Issues Ep po anywhere in the Unit 84.t t I is he petand safest way tso a "1send mones,. 0 Deposits Received fran $i.oo up. Payable on ' Demand. We ary spci insurance against burglarly o to prosect depQiBeia gp0a l. 04s 3 NCE R. lhe KIwI o SewingMach Ia You Should Have. " 1 jlk iL oetlablbbkht RPalisbt an the Market. Is o Id- 'Publi o on steaMpsto ot Small .Monthly Payments ', vi a ,A. i . s. Di.som.t to Cas. Pb'rcla. ers. jw3 - C. I r is `t "" R \ _ ·: yW- `ate wr R ,~~ AL.·,:;·~~:I~,"~~J'."~ -zw t- ~ t ' ý7 ML Ar e # C ý l" wýý 3-ý. - .. y+ ' ý '.. ew yy iS2ý ý< r ýj y SS Y ý RiT ham 2' V s. & P. WIoK. Continued from page 1. All of these will have to be put to one side o, the track, as they were too badly wrecked to place back for imanedige removal. The front end of the ladies'...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. cirM a Yh. ýhm. P.sLh. DEVOTED TO THE !NTECESTS OF NOJiTH LOLISIANA AND TiB DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscrupto Onealhr per Year. Cash in Adi o vol. i1; No. p. WINNFIELD, LOUISiANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1904. Price 5 Cents. A WEEK'S NEWS' Items of Interest in Short ' Paragraphs. fUGIAL AND PERSONA Fn. s Personal and Otherwise caught on thq Fly in Social end Business Ciroles. Mr. Oeo. A. Kelly spent two ays at Voierds tis week. JudgeJ C. . Pugh of Shreve aprt spent Su&inday night here. , rot. . . . Coker - of Tannehill s- ooe of the visitors to the city S Yo.. g of the Dalton -lark company went up the L. Juge Machen returned Mon from ColuOmib where he sweek shding art. White 9f t Jena Trib qpa the day heare Saturday. tU lpnp of s thei Pak , N. rt 7.4J$ithe inube er - 2 *7 Y~c` Mr. J. T. Bryant of Monroe came in on the L. & A. Monday. I Jeweler J. R. Hall spent Thurs day night on a trip down the L. 1 &A. Jidge J. T. Wallace was a pas senger up the L. &...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

TheSouthern Sentinel -u --7 - 1Im g as, ,a e _ WINNlt.IED. : LOU[SIANA. A SINGULAR TRESPASSER 47 IZav T. YIasu P N sroomlsh retgion was a very wil tract of country ten years ago. where bears were numerous, as well as wolves and wildcats. The sewellel-a burrowroing rodent about the size of a muskrat-made havoc with our first torps, and eagles often carried of our lambs. My brother. Hudson Gerrish, had emi grated to Washington, then a territory. In the latterpartothe year 1879. In the spring of 1881 he wrote home to me In New Jersey, asking me to join him in clearing up a farm. I was only 16 then, not a very strong bdy. and the journey alone by way of the Union Pacific railway to San Fran elso and thence by stesmerto Portland. re., was a great undertaking. But I reaebed Portland without accident, and thee my brother met me. We made the trip northward into the Snohomish country with a horse. Hudson was conident that his farm e*old be the site of a thriving town at as distant day. He ha...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

W.IIIGTO LE1TER egoin or TM CONOWRamw m ]US JUST CLWrm NOT RICH IN REPUTATIONS m w Xen Have Developed in the matton of the Public - New Once Bulding to menato. Washi.at-n.-The adjournment of congress leaves Washington once more in the deserted and deadly condition which always char acterizes the town when abandoned to its own devices. The hotels, which for i x months have been packed to the roof, will soon resemble the barn-like inns of a summer resort during the dead days of winter. msrCannoe There is no town as the continent which can empty itself mote speedily than Washington of the trasient visitors who give life to it while congress is here. The session of congress which has just came to an end has not been rich In the asking of reputations. If any one man hat gown greatly in the estimation of ease sand senate it is 8peaker Cannon, who, to a single session, has enrolled Uarg the little group of really sgreat pemkers who have presided over the de bames.. of the house. There are ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

-- - ; s78317i flON 3Z1mS-(ZltbY ceakh Ia edvaaoe). O ne year, (Pce trree Is a y pe rt of VUited 8tateb .. .. _$lN ,noseemont s.' '4 a a 4 w' 44 35 A'dveftMtDý tal5 male kurn ou appliceatio. £ T! hE SOUTHEMN SENTINEL is the home papee of 0 Wb±rUc- AaC6 P#opl*, #. . JA ,i 4 WINNFIELD, LA., JUN , I904. A correspondent of-the Alexandria Town Talk write: that paper that he planted five acres of land to Irish potatoes and now has a crop of corn on the land. The soil in Winn parish is adapted to the Irish potato and the potato ii a splendid article of food, and we had rather buy from the grower than from a storage house. Let our far relrs grow potatoes. There's money in it. Hos. PHn&oR BRrEAZEALE complimented The Sentinel with a short speech which he delivered in Congress on April 22 concerning a bill for appro priations for agricultural experiment stations. The rongreesiobal campaign coming on now pre ev'nt; us from enading the speech, but had it been sent sooner we'could have read i...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

-s in chizmes ma w modern na r*. Souesently Dees bad a at - chints which had * a their green leaYe SIhupper third was of papa. baA were also of a woes amnged on a sbed. Theyere edged theoThe tiny zoebers and chairs had and pads covered wabh gave the rser1 appesr6Ze. good the nursery, living is the ase of trmnspe Th... transpanenies asd by any photographer made by the amateur or from beautiful pio aP~p~ld'cap pletureeae it In the matter of eo gitusl tsbtst ha to be * .e trInspawinieis aLe eaA 0to keep the pictures in contact with the jsu In cn d weathet Pmr wn Pakne sateO-Ons large sur tespoontal of sugar, 0on ib water. .Wipe, cors the apple, put in an en 4wrl 'alru ti he Ovar iu thel Boan Lwater over, let ho r and strain., M f rrant juice aot tro 'of earrauefely,' two apMl of cold water and make palatable, but- not ethe jeUlly in the wF i i be Iaten it with a i it amp. Some patients ". beibrrie and e dualft~ e ad instead of pure rWwho wants to friends and haire for the porch ,*at Wh...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

IL - 1 f , " 1 ,. \ýI h AN EAST 03L .1 He (continulng the narrative)-It took me but a moment to collect my scattered wits She-I shouldn't imagine it would take you long.-N. Y. Daily News. The NWosmary Part It isn't the thing you do That brings success to you It's the way you advertise fR; Though your work Is the best on earth. You must whoop for all you're worth To Induce the world to prize it. -Chicago Record-HeralL Not Breakable. Clarence Wllyrboy-I have come to coasult you In regard to breaking my ance's will. Bill Ceukey (lawyer)-How much did he leave? Clareaoe Willyboy-Five thousand dollars. Bill Coahey-Break a ve-thousand dollar will? . W'y, say, young teller! Ave thousand dollars wouldn't last leog -enugh to make a dent in IL m4UUd 0. ObNDJ IR TIO3. - s *isl : 41`~ ýcm~ ..-i ý. ýQr aý A+ t fi 7-a R2 4·i: lit-I~· I MWjui~i Poitts in the (Iact. m. Saub-Editot-What shall we call tb" political meeting that was held in the town last night-a "gathering" or a "9demonstration r' Edit...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

S.. 3E WARIRD. aature's warnings t Pain tel of lurking disease. Backache is kidney pain-a varning of kidney lls. Urinary troubles, too, come to tell you the kid neys are sick. Con stant weariness, headaches, dizzy spells, days of pain, nights of unrest are danger signals warning you to cure the kidneys. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, which have made thousands of perma nent cures. Prank D. Overbaugh, cattle-buyer and .uer, Catskill, N. Y., says: 'Doctors 'ad me ten years ago that I had ts Disease, and said they could do to save me. ,My back ached so Seald not stand it to even drive about, passages of the kidney secretions aofrequentas to annoy me greatly. growing worse all the time but L Kidney Pills cured me, and I ,lae been well ever since." F- FREk TRIAL of this great kidney tIine which cured Mr. Overbaugh belle mailed on application to any i't the United States. Address Milburn Co., Buffalo, .Y. . For ,id by all dealers; price 50 cents Sbo.. Puzzling to Frenchmen. Jbglish is said to be...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 June 1904

CADDO-RAPIDES LUMBER CO., Ltd. Alexandria La. --- 'WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS IN. . . . Lumber and Shipgles House Bills Filled Promptly. In Fact Everything for the Builder on Short Notice. We make a specialty of Mantels, Grates, Tileing, 'enetian Blinds, etc. + BOX NO. 3l. Write us for prices, No trouble to answer questions. 0 * ! Market Liquor Store, 0 348 DeSaird( Street. Monroe, Louisiana. 8 * 0 o S , Choicrst Liquors of all kinds, fine Cigars and To- . :lacc(. Jug trade a Specialty. Will appreciate 0 " the trade of my Winn Parishlfriends. Orders left 0 *o wi',h R. Bernstein, Winnfield, La., will be filled 8 S ' pon omptly. O / Irnold Bernstein, PROPRlETOl. 4o0,:L* "" oJL,8-rmm..c*o· .o o.9 BANK OF WINNFELD, S=s= } Winnfield, La. Telephone 45j SCapital Stock $5o,00o. 0 SOFFICERS: oS. W. SMITH, Jr., GEO. P. LbNG, H. T. PYE, g President. Vice-President. ashier. ? Careful and Prompt Attention ' to Collections. Ismss EBasage good onyhere in the United * States: It is the cheapest and ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 June 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. - p lr a lMl. . lm.Fe r , DIBOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. SabcrilptioaO mDlr per Year. Cash i Advafce im; No. to. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 19o4. Price 5 Cents. .-.' _ - mm im mmi •im msimi iiiiii • i milim m mm THE OIL WELL. Doings 'ause a wal of Interest -nd Excitement. atr u, Mud ad 011i Fly Above Terra Firma so two Occasions. has been something do the Wianfield oil field this ' Saendey evening at about ga explosion occurred ot gas, aud, water, sand rocks over 3O feet into Another outbhert oo Monday mornumg with piser tbSa that the day .the mud and water with a of oil shooting more undred tfeet high. days Contractor been ready .or such a well Wo. %Iis which at work, and was pre ~ when the explosion rday ai.ght ad aun the 1rill went down -inking -mhi over tha time, whaich put beten Uad feet te lad everything in for a gua sad at lek p. a. _nadsy, tJ e aon 4e a bi r ths 0* SHEP DAVIS ARRESTED. Was Run...

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