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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 June 1904

The Southern Sentinel >E VOATEL S dtise. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. AMBITION. t rather small person went forth one day And walked with his head in the air. Unheeding the fowers that bloomed in his way He walked with his head in the air. Perhaps he was one of the sensible lot Who say the spring poets are a:l tommy rot. And who didn't like flowers-some people do not So he walked with his head in the air. Avoiding the lowlier friends he might find, He walked with his head in the air. With some possible prince for a patron In mind He walked with his head in the air. And seemed to look down on the neighbor ing crowd And proclaim that no off-hand address was allowed; Just the chum for a prince who was prop erly proud. Be walked with his head in the air. A prince came along, and our friend felt a thrill, As he walked with his head in the air, And said: "Will he see me? I'm sure that he will If I walk with my head in the air." But the prince met some jockeys, a dancer or two, And all sort...

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. — 9 June 1904

-I, HERON FAMILY IS DOOMED. o. eof the mast seautiful of Bird 1ates Is Being Dapidly Wiped Out by Women. Twenty years ago the price for an gofe of heron feathers was three or -r dollars at most. It is now more V quadrupled. Thirty-two dollars 'r ounce was recently offered for fine The much-sought-for "aigrette" or r '.rpy" of commerce is a tuft worn Ig the heron during a very limited por dea of the year-that is, during the -t season. . Unfortunately for their race, the awous during this time gather into ailgaes. Whether this is for the sa. . of mutual protection, or simply a so -_l instinct, ornithologists have not ba able to decide. .The rest of the 12 months they wan •ar wild over large districts, when :t ajeses impossible for hunters to kill hina in quantities that would "pay." Bowever, during the colonizing peri -i they seem to lose all feeling of fear -r aomadAsm, and the hunter is en sted to slaughter them wholesale. Tse killing of the parent birds en 4A.s the death,by starvat...

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. — 9 June 1904

I 3 GOI'in..-.. __ _ - .- _.-- -. --a _..... os in nae . a.e a-Ir WtaIafr. 7s m R talk eofthe aeemIddam sass~ns-(F vadilbW SasJh a a wa 0.. yem, tu freer hto my lIud atud SsIC) :................3* 89K M I ooh.B k·st eknown on appUistlo e. 44THESOUTHUIN SENTINEL b Ike home p of to WIN PuIEL P Lop A, JUNE 9, 1904 WVINNIFIELD, LA., JUNE 9, 1904" Nearly all the spring Irish po tato crop has been dug and shipp ed out of Rapides. It is estimated that 125 car loads have already been shipped from Rapides, and there are probably ten more cars to be shipped. Giving the out put at 135 cars, and 450 bushels to the car, it shows a total prod net of 60.750 bushels. The ruling price wa.s from 50 to 75 cents per bushel. Putting the average price at 60 cents per bushel, the Irish potato crop of Rapides this this year brought to the truck growers $36,450. Most of this crop of potatoes was raised within four miles of Alexandria,-Alex andria Town Talk. The Boyce Enterprise has been "up against it" like...

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. — 9 June 1904

"I barse etrt Uabm d disease for the last . I los t eeb and wellu ad doctored with yenl and tried all gges without relief. tI ried Foley's Kidney Udles than two bottles ty cured me and I am wad and well." Sold by SDrag Co" jc hmenta, parts, needles, ,~e.., for all kinds of sewing kept on hand by W. O. , alesman and collector, d, La. (mll-tf) -' ` or~r.lc ThacerUs Uer and w3i11be sent to any reader of wvhm winl write to the Thacr a, chattanooga, T WNA]TED:-An active young with fair education and w ho give good reference and does drink or gamble. None other apply. Apply at A. J 's Livery, Feed & Sale Sta (as-tf) to Asm Suffrerers. Bant of Otterville, writes, "I have had asthma three or four years and have about all the cough and cures in the market and received treatment from in New York and c'ities, but! got very little until I tried Foley's and Tar which gave me relief and I will never st in my house. I sia recoommend it to all." by Grisham Drug Co. people areinvited to call and...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 June 1904

* - . j~t·:; I. """ UNNY'~SH~% P1 ~ .~9 T]E[ WAY IT WAS SHOWN. Wife-That's a pretty blouse, Isn't tt, Tom? Husband-Y-yes! but isn't the-er -petticoat a little short--eh. what? Ally Sloper. Scandal and Truth. A ittle scandal trickled through Where gosip cracked the wall. And rapidly the volume grew That was at irst so small. They sought with truth to ill the rent. To close the ugly breach, but spent Their efforts all in vain, for. like The stream that steals out through thedike Foul scandal's volume swells and spreads; egsuaning as a subtle slur It quickly wreebsand rips to shreds The spleadl walls of character. -Chicago Record-Herald. VUT KI Nbi or $n. - - tL·· i ·gq to Ii TFr t "VZ Compenatan "Marriage is a lottery," said the mrel ancholy person. "Well." answered Miss Cayenne. "It seems to be a pretty even game at that I never saw a married man or woman who thought he had drawn a blank who didn't belleve in his heart that the part ner of his Joys and sorrows had secured the capital...

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. — 9 June 1904

Aice M. Snith,of Mim. - M-m.,dJ M tlls how we. m us thly suffering may mpt relir by Lydia gPas za PzamAxa:-1 have Sbefore given my endorsement amy medicine, but Lydia E. 's VegetableCompound adtea so much to my life and that I feel like making an in this case. For two years thI would have two days of pa, and could find no relief, but when visiting a friend I ran Strvd IE. ]tnk'hsmm Vege a&poud, -she had used i the best results and advised it. I found that it worked with me; I now experience and only had to use a few to bring about this wonderful I use it occasionally now Sam emceptionally tired or wora --i5M ATzs M. sMTr, o80 Third veg tteons, Mineapclis SE. Plnkham's Vegetable carries women sat the various m is the safeguard of u about this great is taM in te tIetturs women , a No Extra Tryoue e. f'w in the dead of night, and a lght at that. Mr. Smith was Peterson emith. aged 5, the mesles. may I harp a drink of real be asked, wakig Mrs. a refreshing slumber. a ver sad Lo to sl...

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. — 9 June 1904

Messrs. F.. Gates and A. T. Drewett took a drive Sunday up in the vincity of Goldonna where teside two maidans fair, etc. Messrs. D. E. James and J. M. Boyett of Royal were among the visitors to town Saturday. Mr.Ralph McCain, of the'L. & A. bridge crew located at Little River, spent Saturday and Sun dlay with friends here. Mr. G. P. Long went to Calvin Sunday after Mrs. Long and the babies who spent last week there with Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. Charles Garner. Congressman Breazeale an nounces that he is a candidate for re-election, and says he will visit "the good people of Winn" solme time during the present month. Quite a number of the boys -chartered" hand cars Sunday and went down to Oil City to look around and take a plunge in the famous old salt well. Messrs. O. C. Bird and Mon roe Jennings of the sixth ward iwere here Saturday looking after homestead matters. They made application for final proof to their homesteads. The killing of the negro last Friday night broke into ...

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. — 16 June 1904

g1.T , HNER SENTINEL. ....hP.. - Un SVOThD TO T10 INTERBSTS OP NORU LOUISIANA AND THEB DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Sbscript OneDarperYer, Cash iAdvM ce i; No. nn. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1904. Price 5 Cents. ARY JULY 28 )ngressional Execu Committee Met at Shreveport. ITIEE FAVORS SSHORT CAMPAION. More than a Month Given Candidates to Make _ their Rounds in. b The entine - veport, La., June 15,-The ti Executive Committee. ourth Congressional Die at the court house in today. All the mine of the district were rep in the meeting. . me routine business the eadopted a resolusion a white primary election t tl~ district for July a a candidate for con o to elect a memember pearisk oathe aoruthe t a tc;se~ '~~(1; ex1 ý % - ..ý d. x.~4 1M ý C S ry rf° T Flc-~~~ ·~g~ ··,'` w HE STOLE A WATCH. And Hid it in the Fire Place Behind the Screen. Sunday night two men, stran gers an town, engaged lodging at the boarding house of Mrs. E. Magee. They slept in the same room and occupied the...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 June 1904

1Gternt Seauen - - S~ WSS W1NW[·LD. WOULSAE 1oriiI . J ACK MASTERSON was a gambler. He had not always been a gambler, but in his early manhood had shown sporting proclivities to such a degree that pretty Dollie Carter had refused to marry him. At the time Dollie had another suitor and when she became the wife ct Fred Stanhope the rage of Mauterson was deep and suppressed. 8l.nhope was apparently of a very diterent mold than his unsudessful rtival, for he was regarded as an exem play young man. A clerkship in a bank vouched for his business integri ty nad an identification with church work establlshed his moral character. He was a likely catch, nevertheless there were those of Dollie's friends who intimated that the dear girl had given up her less conventional lover with a smothered heart sob. However. the wedding bells pealed merrily and soon Fred and Dollie were enscobsed to a pretty little at, evidently as happy as two turtle doves, having a future with prospects as fair as a summ...

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. — 16 June 1904

3a-imm l it (trrat Ehakt Srt, That Are Made to Break the le e Packs In the Early Spring-Hugs Ice-Breakers. HE "oidrst inhabitant" can tell few tales of such quan tity and depth of ice as has this year delayed navigation on Lake Superior and the rest of the chain of lakes that constitute our inland seas. For 60 Mies east of Duluth the surface of the take has been one great ice field, and, --ough in the bay at Duluth the ice has at last all disappeared, it is feared ship ,lag will not obtain possession of the - tuide waters for some weeks to come. tlooks as though in what we are wont to eaUl the flowery month of May old winter was to hold its own up there in the north aatry. And we learn that one of the .svel attractions offered lake tourists *r Jane is the prospect of beholding ice a 10 floating about in the brilliant rrars of Lake Superior; and are told that revilers say of the city at the head - dlake Superior (Duluth), that its fan as bluffs are nothing but "stranded ice (Omnparis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 June 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL' (h.... woear. (Issu" Waktv.) D. B. 00A , ................ ................ ....... o n Paorm ros. atelr, M s Wolainb ld Posedo as m r matter of tne saomel elu-. s~USIPTION A.BS--a.varhdily cash in advamce). One year, (psta ree to say part of United State)................$10 Thre mon ths, " " " " -Adveotstag rate made known on applcation. 4 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL I the hams paew d o tt Win Parkh PoplE, A JA 6 1 WINNFIELD, LA., JUNE i6, 9po4. nu nnm mnln m IU u U nlm u nnI TO OUR FARMER FRIENDS. The Crowley Signal lectures its farmer friends in the following manner, and the same may be of interest to our friends. Here is what the Signal says: There is just one thing worse than buying your vegetables. your butter, your milk and your fruit in tin cans and your smoked bacon and hams in canva~ sacks. That is buying your groceries from cheap out-of-town concerns. You're got a right to buy axle grease for butter if you perfer it to the real article, churned at home, th...

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. — 16 June 1904

-_Prkewt4)II of Gokiosas V with friends heie q s;et ie r.Thacer 3good Syrup. AN .Drewtt made a fying bi ilico, La., Sunday. B.-;olviu of Dubach was -reL of this week visiting Kyson of Tunics was one many visitors to town Sat goof health unless the kid sound. Foley's Kidney *'i es the kidIneys right. 'i Ifidd. ELqr., attended uvetiu of lawyers at JOuge la;'t week. first idHication of kid le. tsp it by taking Kid lre ur,. W. I )ll'uill of Verda ug t1, . i-itors to they rdav. cine in thousands of years-Dr. Thacher's Liver r to get ALL the news rea'i The Sentinel; sub pr:ce "l.!0 per year. brvachial troubles and cuugllh can be quickly and cured by Foley's Tar. so. A. Kelly spent the y at Dodson and went to Shreveport on. a 10 n. Dr. Thacher's Liver ad be sent to any reader of will write to the Tha.er attanoo Tes. asting Away. ug letter from Rob of Salem, .Mo., is UI have been troubled disease for the -last I lost flesh and I and doctored with ians and tried all without relief. Foley's K...

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. — 16 June 1904

.rt d. t tt/ : i sý * Mr. Bore (12:05)-I must go; it's getting late. Miss Caustique-Better late than never. Both l.es of It. When a man gives ear to gossip, Be, with a smiling face Is sure to make remarks about The woma In the case. But he always overlooks the fact That, since the world began. There's been no woman In the case In which there was no man. -Cincinnati Enquirer. BEsy Either Way. They were discussing domestic mat ters with masculine confidence. "There's only one way to keep a cook," asserted one. "How is that?"' asked the other. "Marry her." "But suppose you're already mar ried?" "Easy again. Any time that you can't make the cook your wife, why, make your wife the cook."-Brooklyn Eagle. JUVENILE INOCENCE. ..* Hayn~s-You shouldn't ask for -a orase when we're visitisng. VIsgiaIa-I didn't I Justtook lt.-De trott Fre Prne. no Nette Way. Tea say that tumblnta drunken m Are seldom hurt at alL And here's another truth to learn; It men the IEry stuf would spara. S hey wouldn't e...

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. — 16 June 1904

M. k , Bs B Wld Ps, EOzMr gAr;*z!sw hgw wht Betoak tBt =--d dode e ntut the .hapl bra Mig atn .osoe I-ncOf s o makig tihe baod pre asid ibe . Wsaeconf deac sn Botansic Blood Balm [B.B B ea- sesd it free. all charges prepad direct to any - , oUwbowill rite us. We have cured .ih B.B.B. -es ced. tbhousans oft men and women, who g"ed from all stages of impse blood, after every SMasy. doctors, and specialist had failed. Sw to tell you have blood disease. tiye have the tell-tale phaples or eruptions on any "" the body.rheuatic aches and pains irn bdonesor --- aicmg ack, swollen glands, or swellings a.d amthe skin; blood feels hot and watery. ski indoo aburns eC a·scabhY sores.mucous patche, Seebrowe falling mt.bils. cau ondes. ras .--.Z,.aolcers.weak kidneys:eattng. festen.ng roes: be5rtaisn you suffer from poisoa in the Sgoo d the poison out of your system . otanIc Blood Balm [B. B. BItisa purely extract, thoroughly tested in hpital ahnd -plactice with over 5.o00curies lmadeof the most S...

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. — 16 June 1904

W. H. Jackson of Calvin 8spet Tuesday sight in this city. Fresh high grade cigars. City Ice Cream Parlor. jn 16. J. D. Pace went to Shreveport first of the week. Best cold drinks in town. City Ice Cream Parlor. jn 16. E. W. Teddlie made a business trip to Monroe Wednesday. Deputy Sheriff J. W. Teddlie went to Olla and Georgetown on official business Tuesday. The City Ice Cream Parlor: the placeto take your girl, wife or friend. jn 16. Dr. A. P. Collins of the second ward was a visitor to town Tues day. Fresh fruit, choice candies, good ;cigars. City Ice Cream Parlor, opposite City Hotel. jn 16 Prof. W. C. Roaten of Bernice spnrt'Tuesday night in this city en route 'home from a trip to Natchitoches. j fresh line of choice confec tioner) just received at the City cc Creat' Parlor. jn 16. W. J. Ijarier, school board member-elect t,"om wari' two, was a business visitor here I~st Friday. k 4t. Deputy Sheriff I. J. Perkins went to Franklin parish this week to attend to some criminal busi ...

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. — 23 June 1904

TIN. THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. HPaper rc l WI Piýsh. W DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription Oe Dellar per Year. Cashb in Advance I". ir; No. I,. WINNFIELD, LOULISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1904. Price 5 Cents. FOURTH DISTRICT ,esolutions to Govern the Primary Election July 28. TilHE RESOLUTIONS PRINTED IN FULL "l Voters Interested Should Preserve a Cpy to Refer' o on Election Day. fi", The following is a copy of the 'outions adopted at the recent m g-of the Democratic Exec Ctommittee of the Fourth oal District. All ns interested should keep a of the resolution's till after piimary. The- resolutions followi- isasoopy of all aieolutions adopted: red, By the Democratic tive committee of the congressional district: ` That the nomination for oc for congrees from the district be de by gen mary election, toabe held '28th day of July, 1904, t tbe-diat'trict, at the plaoes estabisted by law espective p rish-s, the be opele s7 o'clock s. iathe ...

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. — 23 June 1904

The Southern Sentinel ssI-COFI A, a: :OS. WINUI ELD. : : LOUISIANA. A FORTUNATE FAILURE to Wr b Danzr say rey Ye. oCA Y HER manner she evidently meant what she had spoken. "No, I shall never marry a man who gambles, be it cards or stocks," she re peated. Joel wondered at her attitude, but re solved that she should never be the wiser in regard to his recent scheming on the market. "Persaps that is why you did not at tend the last progressive euchre party at the De Laneys." "You guessed right; it was in con vict with my principle, hence I declined to attend." He began to suspect that his path in the wooing of Marie would not be as smooth as his sanguine expectations had pictured it "It is very exciting," he ventured. "And very exhilarating when you lose, I presume." "To lose is not necessary for our health and happineEs, besides it is fine sport to win." "I hope you are not speaking for your self; if you are we can never be the best of friends, I am sure." He gazed through the window ...

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. — 23 June 1904

'WOMEN ON THE BOX ZW y YORK 80CIETY QU. ENS gNDLE BEIRBOXS WELL. RIVINaG A FOUR- IN - HAND - -t "Whips" Among the Social adirs.--New Buidings for the Newspapers Are Architectural sad rechanical Marvels. EW YORK.-That U New York can fur nish upon occasion ten young women capable of "tool ing" a coach and four through all the intricacies of city travel, past buzzing benzine buggies and quick-vanish " ing bicycles and through all sorts of .lp noises that the o- fiendish ingenuity Sof city dwellers 'e devised was revealed by the recent de of the Ladles' Four-In-Hand ¶b avoid too many sight-seers the pa ..s are always held by appointment at Aieand place known only to members. "* larger coaching show where men as drivers does not take this trouble avoid publicity. woman driver dresses m severest Atemmade, with derby or black straw t.. This in a way establishes correct for lady drivers anywhere. If so as the point of a shoe protrudes the lady's long skirt on the the wearer is fined ive dol...

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. — 23 June 1904

:THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL D. B. COAATN...-. ........ D An O . utse at the WnaseMl Posum as main e of the eso class. SUvSzPNION B"ATUS-(Inrvadaby cas in dvuame). One ear, (p tree to y part of United states) .................... .A00 sixns" " .0. SThree mlea, " " .u .5 r A vertising rate made known on application. Se THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL i the hoamr paper of S inn PNrh PcpEL, A A 3, i o4 WINNFIELD, LA., JUNE 23, 1904. BREAZEALE FOR CONGREES. In this paper will be found the announcement of Hon. Phanor Breazeale as a candidate for re-election to Congress from this, the Fourth, district. 'Mr. Breazeale-has represented ] this district in the National Con gr.-ss during the past six years aid there is no necessity for his I apologizing to his constituency for the record he has made. He is too well known for an intro- I duction to be necessary but it i will suftlice to say that he is going into the campaign now and to make a vigorous fight and will get acquainted with all the 1voters i', the d...

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. — 23 June 1904

mts,t. parts, needles, , r all kinds of sewing a pt on hand by W. O. _ slesman and collector, I.a (m11-tf) S ggpeare invited tocall .:.d examine the new Sinejry at Mrs. Alice (mll-2m) * the summer kidney ir are often caused by drinking or being over Attend to the kidneys. r Sewing Machines are best and are sold on an easy plan. See W. O. salesman and collector, La. (mrll-tf) gedqaickreliefin Dr.Thacher' d ood Syrup. gooi health unless the kid rsound. Foley's Kidney makes the kidneys right. - the first indication of kid -.rble, stop it by taking s Kidney Cure. " y medicine in thousands of 5- years--Dr. Thacher's Liver to get ALL the news readThe Sentinel; sub price $1.00 per year. of Dr. Thacher's Liver and willbe sent to any reader of who will write to the Thacher C., Chattanooga, Tenn. Wasting Away. wing letter from Rob atts, of Salem, Mo., is ."I have been troubled y disease for the last I lost flesh and well and doctored with lans and tried all without relief. tjied Foley's Kidne...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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