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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 June 1904

Art in Architecture Destigned and Written Espely for this Paper T HIS eight-room house of colonial flooring and has tar paper between design will cost $3,000 built upon a finished siding and sheathing. Siding is stone foundation. The arrange- four inches. laid three Inches to the meat of the room. eta, is very good, and weather. Shingles on roof are cedar. sizes are shown herewith: Veranda roof deck is tinned. Glass Feet. throughout is American double thick. Parlor .................................13 16 All floors are double having tar paper Dining-room .....................1 13 between them. Library ...............................10 x17 between them. Kitcten ..............................10 x16 The hall and dining-room have Chamber ............................. .1-3axl3?i beamed ceilings. All insfde finish is of Chamber ..............................10 1% yellow pine. Finished floors are of yel Chamber ..........................10 x1in Den .. ................................ x1i lo...

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. — 23 June 1904

A PORTABLE SCALE FRAME. w Can Push It On or OR In e ]Minute and It Will Last for Years. I a recent issue of the Homestead, jr. IL. Dodds describes his portable gse for stock scales which we think Js a very good one and may interest gmelof our readers. He says: Make the frame about six inches se . than the platform, making it h enough so it may be braced at the ap and so the lower brace will admit SsI shock beneath it. Build the frame )j as you would any other stock frame. I Uaed some old barn door rollers on the iaom of each upright, procured some . eay iron from an old binder frame ý - PORTABLE SCALE FRAME. o.a had it cut in pieces about 12 Inches )ug, bolted them to the bottom ends of s ugpight and attached the roller to Sbottom just so the frame would clear Ssa plattorm by about two inches. Then ' three well-seasoned oak planks for a peek, if they are obtainable. The llbrw should be 3x12. Take the finger gMt a bundle carrier of an old binder Ms trengthen the point, but leave the ...

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. — 23 June 1904

COEMITTEE gSETING. Parish Exeutive Committee Met Saturday. Winonfeld, La., June 18, 1904. The Democratic Exeoutive Committee of the Parish of Winn met at the court house in the town of Winnfield, La., today persuant to call of the chairman. Roll call showed the following: Present-Wards 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, ward 9 being represented by proxy. Absent-Wards 2, 3 and 4. A quorum being present the chairman stated the object of the meeting to be the election of four delegates to the state convention at Baton Rouge June 20. It was moved and seconded that the del egates be elected one at a time. This resulted in the election of J. T. Wallace, W. M. Wallace. D. B. Coates and I. P. Mathib. A motion was carried instructing the delegates to vote as a unit and providing that any one or more of the delegates present at the convention shall cast the entire vote of the parish. A motion prevailed requesting the delegates to use their best efforts for the selection of Hon. J. T. Wallace as a delegate...

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. — 30 June 1904

STIE 5OUTHERN SENTINEL. a VOT TO THE INTrSS O NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subcrvpsm Oe Dr per Yer. Cash in Advance s; No. 13. WiNNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1904. Price 5 Cents. -. .:. PATHETIC CASE. Qtple Separated by the .~tate Penitentiary. Baton Rouge Advocate, g of a new lot of prisoners from .different parts of has this to say of one uafortunates: W. Simpson, of Or pprish, convicted of man and sentenced to serve in the state's prison, is wo years old. Simpson .wife about his age and r daughter 11 years old. wifee and daughter visited and and father on Sun he was transferred to ite's prison the following This was no doubt fat meeting on earth, and couple knew it, and s much as possible to forget t and go back with ory to other and better their married life, which fifty years back; the they used to sing in ble home in the moun fold Virginia were fresh ;:minds, and the wife pro-' ta the convict husband that some of the old songs ago, and without wa...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 June 1904

The Southern Sentinel -W CAtl~a, lancin WINWR IB D :: LOUISIANA. A CASE OF MOON-BLINK 3y WM. PERRY DROWN (om eat d e bU abor aDru r . 6.) HA.T a night for wheeling," thought Paula, glancing across theporticoat GeorgeBaylor, who satnear her brother on the top step, where the haze of moonlight rested softly. Paula was an enthusiast on cycling; so was her brother and his friend. \ They were discussing the latest of club runs into the country, that had lasted several days. Paula always wanted to go; but was usually frosen out with brotherly freedom of comment by Arthur, to whose sage delivery George Baylor nodded gentle approval, and all on the ground of Mrs. Grundy and the proprieties. George, having dcsigns of his own on Paula's heart as well as hand, realized that he was taking desperate chances; had it confirmed by the young lady's coldness for the rest of the evening, while pouring the vials of her contempt "AWAY SHE FLEW." on Arthur's rugged shoulders, whose replies veered into a ...

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. — 30 June 1904

-ow ar C NOW lAX! SDfrom the west how far? a space, are no bounds met? he east at some bright star. C S est are sure metes set? a re-winged angels leave tLMr. of God, from left and right; t their tireless pinions cleave path in endless flight. I l 5r and speed when myriad years 1 --.accounted time have flown; wMs by systems, suns and spheres, -adds to ashen grayness grown. Wa the fringe of golden spray creation's outmost shore. they light the blue-biack way, and flying evermore. they still! Their wings of might farther, farther, swiftly fleet. course-how infinite! "al no limit and no mete. aipart! Soul, halt thou proved, joy that sets all fear at rest, beth from thee thy sin removed as the east is from the west?" Marii E. Gates, in S. S. Times. HEY EARNED BIBLES. Story of Two Little Jlaps to Iha the Gospel Had Come in Saving Power. good news comes from Japan, the Baptist Union: dirty juniors, clad in ragged hat having faces shining with happiness, found their way a gie ago into the ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 June 1904

TTHE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. a1-.. Weekly. D. B. OAT,~-..--- - - -. --. mroso A Paoanrai.a. atered as tie ahtelid .s mas man matter of ti second ee s-. i UsmW]PTION RATb -(naSriaby cub in dame). Oae yea, WeMtgs* tree to any part of United States)..-................S.00 -I " 8izm a "" Three uomths, " " .. -A vertisng rate made known on appication. 4 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL b the bomo paper of tt inn Parish Peopk, '.I A .- - .a WINNFIELD, LA., JUNE 30, 1904. The Shreveport Journal is cruel enough to remark: Winn fi l4d failed in h,,r weekly oil strike this week." The Journal probably don't know that we are i to btusy watching the actions of the "patrot a.,e committee" to strike oil. As .oon as we geL this legislature and the national ,.onvention off our hands, we'll strike ,o=. more oil. An amhniring farmer brought the Arcadia Argus a cabbage which weighed 14 pounds and in au, unguarded moment the Argus advertised the fact. The next night some thief entered the sanctum and stole the cabbage ...

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. — 30 June 1904

parts, needles, anr all kinds of sewing on hand by W. O. .- n and collector, (mll-tf) ` are invited to call Sexamine the new at Mrs. Alice (mll-2m) bs* summer kidney ir Sare often caused by drinking or being over Attend to the kidneys. Sewing Machines are - ad are sold on an easy plan. See W. O. aslesman and collector, TA. (m11-tf) quk reliefin Dr.Thacherb isod Syrup. health unless the kid aind. Foley's Kidney the kidneys right. first indication of kid stop it by taking y Cure. medicine in thousands of yS---Dr. Thacher's Liver to get ALL the news m.d The Sentinel; sub $1.00 per year. Dr. Thacher's Liver and be sent to any reader of will write to the Thacher chattanooga, Tenn. Wasting Away. ing letter from Rob of Salem, Mo., is "I have been troubled ydisease for the last I lost flesh and el and doctored with os and tried all d without relief. ie Foley's Kidney 1s than two bottles me and I am md well." Sold by Co" Accommodations. i to get now--trains When the date I fixed berth may by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 June 1904

FRANCE AND PAPACYj. EINGAGED IN IBA3inaL .rAP xAY 3rM 1 P wR4eZ. Treuble Began Fiv Years Ag and Came to a Head When Papal Sec retary of State Criticised Presideat Lboabet. Paris (France) SpeciaL France has recalled her ambassador to the vatican beease of the papal protest to the powers on President Loubet's recent visit to Italy. The present quarrel between the government of France and the vatican dates from the republican-socialist coalition which in June, 1899, placed the Waldeck-Rousseau ministry in power. That coalition still exists un der the ministry of Premier Combes. When Waldeck-Rousseau became premier of France in 1899, the militant order of the Roman Catholic clergy, including the Jesuits and the As sumptionists, were believed to have been conspiring with the royalists and Bonapartists against the republic. The socialists and republicans, who were in power, demanded legislation to curb the secretly growing power of the cler gy. Waldeca-Rousseau, in the face of the protest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 June 1904

· '- t1 Ms.u Rosa Adams, lniece of e bIe General Roger fanson, CSA., wants every womau to k re of the wonders accom W by Lydia E. Pinkham' 'lCCompound . paR M as. Pixrax:--I eannot * Oi1wm with pen and ink what good i E. P='n8as Vegetable ý d did for me, tafferig from the -ills peculiar to the sex, extreme IMdtede and that all gone tfees . I would rise from my bed in the morning gejing more tired than when I went to but before Ibsed two bottles of SE. Pinkhamn's Vegetable Compound, I began to feel the buoy amey of my younger days returning, became regular, could do more work sad not feel tired than I had ever been able to do before, so I continued to use latill I was restored to perfect health. It is indeed a boon to sick women and I heartily recommend it. Yours very rsly, Mks. Ros& ADAMs, 819 12th St., Louisville. Ky." -ssoO fofeft if c suul of .J.at parg gamms~ co-atep bei.d. FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN. Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. pinkham. She will understand ywrcase per...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 June 1904

E. W. Teddlie spema the day Tuesday at Calvin. Dodson is going to have a big celebration next Monday, July 4. J. W. Boyett, Sr., of Sills was among the business visitors to town Saturday. * * J. L. Patterson and W. H. Mann of Dodson spent Monday night in this city. Dr. A. P. Collins and wife of the second ward spent Monday in this city shopping. Me. H. Sandlin of Minden " spent Tuesday here in the interest of the grocery business. Hon. Geo. A. Kelly left Tues day mo&rning for a business visit of a few days to Alexandria. E. C. Drew of Monroe came in Tuesday morning and spent the day here looking after business matters. A wholesale raid on the weeds in town would be fun and would help to make the own look bet ter and more conductive to good health. A. S. Norrid will move to Verda soon where he will run a hotel. He sold his residence property on Main street here to Mrs. Fannie Home. Hon. A. B. Hendley arrived Tuesday morning from Columbia, having been called to give a pre liminary...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 July 1904

C 7 ' STHW5OUTHERN SENTINEL. ftpaer u°lalw lVir M - DBVOTD TO THE INTERESTS OP NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscriptise One Delar per Year, Casb i Advanc in; No. 14. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 19o4. Price 5 Cents. BOLL WEEVIL? i. the Hill Neighbor Showing Symptoms. rW. A. Erskins of the Hill Stin ward three was here rday and said tat some ootton fields in that section appearance of being in with boll weevil. Mr. y of Texas, who has crops in the weevil in district of that state, was ill community and ex the cotton. He could weevil, but the cotton has 'pearance of being in There are numerous ts in the cotton and y said this same insect the boll weevil in the aparently being a r of the genuine weevil. stingrthe squares which to shed from the be is of the opinion a specie of the weevil, the stinging process is iore than a deposit of from which the weevil is I rable interest has been bLthe discovery and a t will be kept for lopments. It is said turns ou...

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. — 7 July 1904

The Southern Sentinel as3 cOArIUs, NSMr. WINNIFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. Old King PAULIINE PHELPS Ifl IJ VED up there in that little house, top the mountain, jast t'other side of the brook, without a wife nor chick nor child, an' not a neigh bor setin' foot inside the door once a blue moon. Kind ot lonesome existence, 'twould be for most folks-drive me erazy in leas'n a week--but King liked It; a' if he hadn't, there wouldn't none of us ever heard him may a word. He wa'nt no hand to make a fuss over things, old King wa'n't. "Stayed there after his mother died. keepin' batchelor's hall; never goin' anywhere, except over to the center for his paper once a week, or maybe to town meetin'; never talkin' any, an' never lookin' at a girl-kept on that way for a spell of 15 year, an' then fell in love with Lucy Pettibone to the end on't. Her mother made the match; 'twa'n't none of lacy's choosin'. He'd ought to known it! He'd ought to know there wa'n't anything in an old crank like him to take a ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 July 1904

WONDERS:OF THE WORLD AT ST. LOUIS ire to Be Found in the GCeat alaces and Along "The rike." -Esrly visitors to thlLouL. . rjpehase exposition have found eals an exposition so nearly com i. at they have in no way missed is minor details that iere uaSa en the opening day, and which e been completed. In fact in tion of such proportions as it would be impossible to discover little details that might lack Weather conditions were against the management for a few days the opening. Now every is favorable, and the great fair y complete, a completeness, we fpcpt, that Is so enormous that all but impossible to comprehend it has meant to the builders. The erstlge of scaffolding that for a surrounded some of the less Lm buildings has been torn away; wJlt wagon load of refuse hanled the grounds; every Sower and the landscape gardeners included scheme of decoration growing the benign influence of a spring al the exposition stands forth a giant, beautiful in concep -weaderful In execution, stupendo...

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. — 7 July 1904

: THE So~m~R SemriNEL Bour WS N.. W IL COA'176.US,-----.. 2., aoouS £3 e f U. 3a~wsi at tie W1Ss i Dodos maR Msr dnu Ike messow de1S. SU3UgTON R&TS-(ISY3IbtY edb Ia t avm). One yew, fSP b to wj par o United 9tatN)......--- ........u (ID Three mwsthi .'4 WARA tIUSt rate made kaoaw o- apliasoem. WINNPIELD, LA., JULY 7, 1904. THE REAL TROUBLE. W. J. Boyett was among our visitors this week. He was for many years a citizen of Grant and moved from this place to Dodson about 4 years ago. His visit calls to mind the efforts of the whites living near Dodson in trying to work white labor in the mnills in that part of the state and giving them the preference over colored labor. A strong effort was made to uphold white labor in that section and about 70 men were held up the sheriff for trying to break up the use of col ored labor there. Not a paper in Winn parish had the backbone to stand by the demands of the white laborers and see that white people were given the preference. If they could...

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. — 7 July 1904

hoe, La.. this f thue Jena 'l'rib urth in 1\'!n in thousands of Thacher's Liver e.rnack of Natc, h ,everal diays lere insurance. get .LL the h"W" The >'itinel; s. .!i , r ove r. ofrst ,f tle wc,. , ait.h ii otel ,iBrutoin. a ch1'arn!i - frienrd here 1i.. S41 S A. A. lubin of :it the Fourth here Mrs. 1. E. Sies.- at,-. Dr. Thacher's Liver and Ie sent to any reader of Bfi write to the Thacher Tenn. are invited to call examine the new at Mis. Alice (mu-2m) Long spent Sunday in on the L. & where she has parts, needles, all kinds of sewing on hand by W. O0 n and collector, who reoently the Sh*eveport she was treate improing sol.e to set up some. - soa an easy SBee W. Q. anand colleotor, (mni-t#} U t ESI E .3i k'ii R posj*. ; ýiiG' Eý " t if a i1 GA m4 t s w sM ..1Y ar~.ýxaý+w~w'>ý'xr4 wi. .--~";~e g~~~iE ·~-MF_;o g; 1 ""y EIGHT ABREAST. Dust Soli.er Reprteg "A Dead But 1e." crt st._ byCB. Iaw'.] "There they cose! Steady, ~w!" "See and bear 'em, om?' queries an old veteran of hi...

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. — 7 July 1904

TAll. OF WSHIISTOI T! T AND I3rl~llnUTING GOS SIP or THI CAPITOL. REMINDERS OF GEN. GRANT His Farmer Private secretary Soon to a Paymastr-General of the Armyh-Tyner Was a Hsm ber of His Cabinet. Washigton.--CoL C. C. Sniffen, who is in line for the paymaster gen eralship of the army, after the retirement of the present incum bent, Gen. Dodge, is one of the most interesting fig ures in the mill tary service of United States. Sniffen is about 60 years old now, but he has the appearance an d vigor ofa man of 40. and appar Was Grant's Private ently he Is good tr . for 60 years more before he drops off the scen6 of me tion. He was private secretary to Sea. Grant when Grant was presllent of the United States. and there is no other man now living who has more interesting reminiscences of the great soldier. "Gen. Grant," says Col. nialen, "was- the greatest, man I ever knew. He was simple minded as a child, and as trustful as a child of those whom he regarded as his friends. He con fided in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 July 1904

,a prerineut of Savannah, Ga., se was entirely cured troubes by the use $. Pbkham's Vegetable L ydiad E. 'Pnlr sk Compound as a Uterine egrulator. I sufered for with irregularites and -troubles. 1o one but those eperienccd this dreadful erm any idea of the phyal a.antal misery those endurr thus aficted. Your V cured mewiu i I was fully restored to noway Sbessing it Is to be able to h a remedy when so many tha any doctor or medicine ad. Very truly yours, Y 4W sh LtI, W. Wmen prove b Yd a f: i . err dlmeo s O" s . mni can es FUNNY ADVERTISEMENTl. sale now golng on. Don't to be chested--ouma In uants to sell her plad. as abroad in a strong tree experienles aurse for bot apartment saltabs tes with folding domnes." a room for two mgatisa" lonsl ad 2 flt br ad." i colle doeg asma n - swertmg to the same o a brass collar aremaS hi. a nmudle" byl a s e. tabse g r , bus s New York, willing to take and a "o" sailer. widow wants was es Wrl aloe upas mwa . aaa ilat r e *trr ebat eir - -s t ah 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. — 7 July 1904

A.#. Jones of Dodson was bare Tuesday. J. G. Guyton of near Tallos .washere Tuesdby. Prof. J. H. Miller of Hudson sin town Saturday. Johnr.Kieff g of. the Couley settlement was here Tuesday. Dr. A. P. Collins of the second ward was among the ,visitors to town yesterday. J. E. Currey of the second ward was one of the visitors to town last Friday. R. Porter of the second ward was among the many visitors to town Saturday. a * 49 Prof. W. T. Norman and wife spent Saturday in Winnfield and went down to Verda Sunday. Mrs. D. F. Dunn, accompanied by her son H.-C. Dunn, spent the Fourth with relatives at Yellow Pine, La. N. M. Hy"'~ will return this week from Hot Springs were he has been spending a month for recreation. Constable J. C. Adams of the third ward wee among the visitors to town Wedaeedgy and said that outside of considerable serious sicknesein his section - everything is moving along nicely. 8. F. Shem ood came up Sun day jrmoilag on the L. & A. from Georgetown and went out ...

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. — 14 July 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. caIaw Wb. p *.- DBVOTlD TO m TI BlUrs OP NOwIi LOUISIANA AND ThB DIMOCRATIC PARTY. ShbIptms ON D perpYew. ~.u in Advu ce . it; No. IS. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 190o4. rice 5 Cents. WHEELING NEWS,' in That Section are Very Fine this year. te The SentineL ling, La., July 12.--As I *60 nothing from this place valuable paper for some will give a few dots. in this section are very nch better than we could owing to the two severe through this section in y spring while crops were . But we are having too rain at present for cotton u being laid by. A good is done made. Fruit is some places where the4mil destroy it. j M. Guy has just closed ul protracted service at M. P. church, Baptists will conduct a 'service at Mars Hill July 15, with . Bro. Weaver to assist Bro. the pastor. Also the .t Mt. Zion will conduct service commencing the fourth Sunday ,with Bro. M. L. Wise to Peters. . ,Jul y h will do theprogek. Adams and we returned yesterday ater a...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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