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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 August 1904

t - :>-;r·ti :----- ." *,TW;e3skmn pqistd tt :·.I- AUGUST ii, 194 g'rirlb Jury O and govern - hce a e Hon. a news in the as the 't euh of July, -ýMpaper for a year. ye in the uade in other by the 1904. r. the -1 a i I i :r At the election in November the voters will be called upon to vote on the presidential ticket, congressman, judge and district attorney, circuit judge and six teen proposed amendments to the constitution. This combination ought to make the election suffi ciently interesting for everybody. Uncle Sam must be cleaning out the waste-basket in his postal department. Sunday last we re ceived a copy of the Crowley Sig nal which was printed and mailed on April 27, 1904. It Jshould have reached us April 28 th, but in some way it never got into our box till August 7-more than three months after it was mailed. We once heard an old negro relate his experience with a ghost, and how hegot out of the way when suddenly confronted by the same. He met it at midnight on a dismal ...

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. — 11 August 1904

.. 7 7 . BOE,T P. KU 3Pmou"'m. ALEXANDRIA, " - Manufacturersaof and Dealers In CORN, OATS HAY, GRITS, RICE MEAL, AND CORN CHOPS In Any Quantity. WILLIAM POLK & iO. The largest handlers of ... .Real Estate. ... In Central Louisiana. Members of the .. . . Missouri Pacific.. IM4ORATION BUREAU. Correspondence in all parts of the ... UNrreD SFATES .. . We handle farm property in the Red River valley, tim ber lands, and Alexandria City property....... . Write, or come aOs u s. Wm. POLK & Co., Oal s Pbast . "t W'g.. ;; Alexandria, Llr. iana - ouwm Ladies Paint .. . end it gives them a hundred er cent. better appearance. I also Paint ... Ad piper in a :a that en e the vale of praperty -t least one hundred, per t. I do work by contract, or by the day; furnish rial or let you furnish I guarantee my- work. _ J. . -E JqN ON, S an Neagese A. DeBray, 1A kinde of Photo p work exe -aibdi an h beet aer. v- da4. ra wS %: i - , I A -A -lus ·---~ k c ~ ·~v ~ lL.i Wri o904. Snot hold cer ltt be....

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. — 11 August 1904

lLFIELD at WINNFIELD LOUISIANA. ARE the most promising oil fields to be found anywhere and at the present time are becoming very attractive, but it is as all things of great value, very expensive and hard to get, and comes only to those who labor hard and wait patiently for the reward that is so justly due such people. SThe Draw-back, Difficulties and Prospects. The Winnfield Oil Company was organized some eighteen months ago with a capital stock of $200oo,ooo and at once commenced selling stock and securing holdings of the best oil lands that could be had. After securing something like six thousand acres of land that the surface indications for oil were extra good, the company contracted to sink Well No i. There being so much gas and salt water, besides striking about ioo feet of the hardest rock yet found in any oil field in the country, and the machinery being too light, the piping getting stuck, the contractor gave up the contract which caused a long delay and all interested to ...

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. — 18 August 1904

..!. ,r.* ,.(t ,I.L i NS LJOURNAL PARISH OF WINN. Subscription One Dollar per Year, Cash In Advance. o j;u, LUUISIANA THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1904. Price 5 Cents. T-7 Best. -M. _. ,F IE COBBs 80 LD. . perty again t damage byfire and lightning with NDE 'SON & COMPANY * :epr, a-inrg four of the strongest Lsu; - Co;panies in America. a X- O BOOKLYN, OOL & LONDON & GLOBE, S-.AICS a & TRADERS, and i ALikR!CAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. ot 0 1f Wiunilel, Winnfield, La. .) .e+*·-- ·: ·:+ ,ls .]. Y lA.LS-~: P[' L'·l ýiith s and lurnidh. 'h~at. t t) COlvini rti) build a ·urch at this iof HEIds j. came down to teach a ic here, and (oHni. Prof. Ing his timee tvreet six and tdicknts i i ,the SMuti. Wedneeday her Emmet the head.with will atSeo 'ring the.s is up. WW· verse Pe~i~ ay t _ho bad the. n i SERLPTIiNS FROM LOFTON. Lofton, La., Aug. 15i.-Z. A. Lofton returnted Sunday -frin a three days yisi at Dry Prong. Jno. L. Lacroix of Pctllock ib here on basiness. = -. A~ertheir victory...

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. — 18 August 1904

353 eass, Sibem WINRIZIL :D. LQUtISIANA. THE WAY TO A NAWrS EART 3as Jos.uu IUETT toestsM. near nMmr he . r*M 1EE1ERRT MULOD was thorough at~s with himself and lot in life. He had awakened to the fact that riches do not neces sarily bring happiness. - He had challenged fortune in the arena of life and had won the joust. He wag a very rich and a very power ful men. He had gone at it early and worked unremittingly. He had been fortunate, a well as faithful, and found himself the possessor of great riches before he had reached 40. When he found his fortune secure he had turned to the enjoyment of it. "Now," he said, "I will indulge the dreams I have dreamed during all these years of grind." But the flowers of fancy had turned to ashes at his touch. The desires of his youth proved to be a mirage when put to the lips. Society bored him, the pleasure resoris drove him distracted; travel tired him, and Europe nearly Ihnded him in a madhouse. The moment he left the fascinating game of busin...

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. — 18 August 1904

'Hiawatha" as Played3 he Canadian Indians " th, OI ?.,m the w Eery. 3e'r Y the Open Air te Plea ed Audite.c.. N THIS country we ar e is danger of making of Hia watha a bore with our In troduction of it into the schools as a text-book, with our endless quotations from it when reference Is to legends of the red men; and -rphaps it is one of those things ae so simple and beautiful no on can make them tiresome. y rate, doubtless for some time we shall continue to take in the musical numbers of the low poem; and when we con that the red man himself has under the spell of Strong-Heart and Minnehaha Laughing we shall feel small wonder the story as told by our great poet made such a universal appeal. We y must consider it especially that a dramatized version of NOKOMIS IN HER SUMMER LODGE. tha should be given by Indians, given in Hiawatha land. now the Canadian OJibways the drama of "Hiawatha," or Bozho; and to the open-air pro of the open-alr story many rs are yearly attracted, from and wi...

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. — 18 August 1904

by- a -:~3~riclridai i - V - ' a 4 s o e er. t , r ot "..__..-- ... 81 ¶iireem@P ~ a 3 SAd atIibf g rate mts akown on appUlIoit5~ . Tý 8 IIu30 UTHN SENTL\EL ie t asb papta »t wine J arboh Jot to , WINNFIELD, LA., AUGUST i8, 1904. BIRTH OF AN EMPEROR. Ti:cre i an lot of foolishners comnn:te,1 with the birth of al mp,'nr" 1,1' in cointr:'is where they !:ave to li:ve -alhi t'!ng'. To IV !i " ,' ."wric" s. wh 1a event is L. :: , (not Ie . tcar future rul 1tr b 1l. on * 'i a ea)in or a I u.l:.s:.' i.t l ti f rekn own.i . i oth:.i g of ! n t ui ian fut ars when the 'rite f .... . iO gro\wn to -! I t. .e a, .Lh of becoming ai r L or. 'hon we throw up our i.L.!t a:.i put lIhhu at t:e head of u,1r gteu.t. But not so in ,,the.s coutries. The way it ialpkn-: in such countries is- told i: a caf,-e-dispatch from St. Pet -i-burg la-At Friday as follows: ."A son and heir to the Russian l ihuone hai been born. The Em pres and the child are doing well. The accouchment occurred at 2 &'c!oek this ...

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. — 18 August 1904

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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. — 18 August 1904

·,~UPUIYY i ..I,.:....0.I .o~mY S The UV Ial eBalt. Daughter-I purchased these goods at Catchem & Cheatem's Mother-Never heard of them. Daughter-Why, mother! don't you remember how all the pretty places in the country were daubed up with their horrid signs, and how mad we all got? ru never forget them in the world. N. Y. Weekly. Ver wa_ h An Doubt Blanche-Isabel, what has put you 4i such a bad humor? Isabel-Why, I've just had a com muniestion from Jack, and he writes such a horrid hand that I can't tell whether it's a proposal, an ode to sum mer or that cure for chilblains he p.r tsed to send me.-Tit-Blts. .esq Lvwer to is Grl. Ceme walking in the greenwood, love, Beneath the pine's umbrella. gems breathe the balmy sephyr while I amoke my panatella. Ai te't tobacco fall to fend T.. leeters, drtlng Ella. Perhaps you'd better take along A pint of eltroeella -Newark News. zOw sas vmWED UP. NO a sli 1a'4bll hI t S-wa- .~e - 'as s _9 . -r = - It them sia #e oa t there - waseI eis-ars...

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. — 18 August 1904

sh bones. heck Ome i fselsbM erf ac the Skids. n S oreseie s ue.sms C. SM C r~clne Bý ~t - S. . s kim. s .. Mad ast aUd marstod-. i w and mee deep-sea - agap aaches ad paebs, lew a clara. bekhv canei . to sest, ced tbemaseet a 86d IOWodd 1uWNM at O Saha Cures CaMcs Eb nEa Som.res.r ay bee.tbeSowa Taes a S.td . hese lo`e el by 8.4 S L' ~33h j amTheusirdv bsine fu 3 for, I CUM 9tS dmes . anSews .. uesr. Blood c Mhswr mad sedd free meseti - sWil be aet be set ae l Messenger Boy. for the t anny papers jokes galore about the Sboy. likening. hls speed of the turtle, but it re one of the subjects of tesoia an Upoeascious jest han the majority of the says the Philadel occurred t Broad and and the actors were boys. One of the -ainnin down Broad that was hardly typL bo. LAnother left the westeran Tel the coraner of Chestaan sstrong slowly up glued an the latest the "'Terrible Terrorms " When the slow the switspeedlna eyes stood out -with as in tones of axeos oat: -ill! Whas de mat workin'r" e...

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. — 18 August 1904

OIL FIELDS at WINNFIEL LOUISIANA. ARE the most promising oil fields to be found anywhere and at the present time are becoming very attractive, but it is as all thing: trp * value, very expensive and hard to get, and comes only to those who labor hard and wait patiently for the reward that is so justly due s p - The Draw=back, Diffi culti es and .Prospects The Winnfield Oil Company was organized some eighteen months ago with a capital stock of $200,0l0 and at once commence:su . and securing holdings of the best oil lands that could be had. After securing something like six thousand acres of and thiat the surfa f -: for oil were extra good, the company contracted to sink Well No .. hTere leing so mucth g, and salt water, b str about ii~ hardest rock yet found in any oil tield in the country, and the macihinery being: too light, the ;,iping getting ~tck, he co:M tractC. e . contract which caused a long delay apd all interested to feel like th:is nione. was g'one. . cr our goo aaer i il...

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. — 25 August 1904

[RN SENTINEL ,!!a b " OFFICIAL JOURNAL PARISH OF WINN. Subscription One Dollar per Year, Cash In Advance. .k; NO. vNa ...... , LOUISIANA, THtURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1904. Price 5 Cents. -34 -I.... w·· UIJJLEBAR VEHICLES Iel them. M. . FISHER DRY OODS CO., LTD. your property against damage by fire and lightning wit L. ANDERSON & COMPANY Representing four of the strongest aInsurance Companies in America. PHENIX OF BROOKLYN, LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE, MECHANICS & TRADERS, and AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE Co. Office at Bank of Winnfield, Winnfleld, La. (jyl.) liTY IN BRIEF teresting Matters the Past Week. of iafelt dad Communitr. yTannebi ill left . Sun for (ieorgetwn folr few dy -to Drh. and Jacrk on. - DeiUi of Jtmy Ipent some y 'inmw~ .,Cre*e 14*bo b l s :Birotleaw 1ibfrwl jtO l~i~t dare p. ;eE -W~iI43n APE and has office at the Grisham drug store. C.,James of Sills was one of the business visitors to town Mon day. Engineer E. D. Fuller left Tuesday morning for Dacoma,...

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. — 25 August 1904

iV, :~. '-;~i3~Y i~l~iPc B ý71r~; ·~·-. w t.hrde era m. . away! hi. et ?ri i tolll bka t Wmeer1 hen the rs t i a nd wtne h, eeder Of the Mar. May, May. Lt Sen g wis am ens n mha bleat.5 ga coin le~e Igh ther greetin. steep am o bared sems. Made or beauty. lode qal dreams: Come aw Ma the Lush ot mmer weather Come away! RTath ad gledanes your together er a day. Seek the measdows, asure-teated. Deaty eoatig. myrlrdeoented With the hay hay, hay Lawn the windrows tumbled maneas rbIets dbelp the sun-god's praises; here the arey's restless spark brams Its pattern on the dark: Come away! When the Bhoar-frosts cralp and whiten. Come away! Then the saes and forests brighten: Com. sway! Winads are whistllag, nuts are falling, Loa at dawn the marsh-hawk calling. And the jay, Jay,. Jay. Autuamn. wreathed with leaf and berry. Treads a meAsure wild and merry; Court her blessiaL are they fy: Stoerms will rout you by and by Come away! Dora Read Goodale. In Youth's em- >nin. The Califmiami By WImd...

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. — 25 August 1904

·n ·-2. I'·U .~~ri~J~ ~t ·!~ a 1.: i;_ r`· i ~· ~S~F~~ Y I eir~ INTIONS VERSUS CASK. e--My intentions are good. roke--But the grocer and won't credit them.-Chicago a Prima onnam. What's worri ng you? The prima don"a of my rseteas to slag oftener than -week. I am m.akl oly h.a ktere I ought to smake thbu ! rdsettle that. It I 1r marry her. SPri. n (a Year latr)-Mi '! Ye look sueed. What's -r mared ber'. aU.' mnow Sslagr at aU.--N. Y. Weeaky Manma--arsn.dear. what 0de st say sr t aight when to buttonm our aglove l ke merelr sai that ay maes lares that were so -Iattm a to om, mi2 • - ay - -a`. awl t r ! Dl i _ riguring the Chances. "Charley, dear," said young MIs. Torn kinsa "I have made an investment" "Have yon?" "Yes. I think it is a very good one, too, I've bought a ticket for a piano that is soing to be rained oL." "How many chances are thert ?' "A thousand. That's what decided ma When there are so many chantes as that, one ought to stand a real good show, oughtn't one, Charley, de...

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. — 25 August 1904

it 7 i w ......».. . f *6i -. 4' 4' 4' · a I U', L~(~~l, 4' .15· C. - ii THE 2OUTHmN SEN TINEL k fume pepsd tt .Tpi FI aa PaPopk, I A A A A I WINNFIELD, LA., AUOLJST 25, 1904. Notice. Having been elected Parish Printer by the Hon. Police Jury at its session in July, 1904, and it obedience to the law govern ing the matter, and in compliance with the request of the Hon. Police Jury, I hereby designate The Southern Sentinel, a- news paper published weekly in the town of Winnfield, La.. as the Official Journal of the Parish of Winn for the year from July, 1904, to July, 1905, said paper having been ,published for a period of more than one year. All notices and publications re quired by law to be made in the official journal will be made in said paper, as well as .all other printing to be paid for by the Police Jury. Winnfield, La., Aug. 3, 1904. J. T. PAYKE. Aug. 4-6t) Parish Printer. At the primary election last January ten men were indorsed j-or appointment as members of the parish sc...

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. — 25 August 1904

the er0diaamb. of your fib. m* edy aoams,.t or come you w nest ,be rep rgd i a JO gkrtfr POLK & ,O. Iandlcrs of .. . Estate. atral Louisiana. Pacific . . N BUREAU. Is all parts of the STATES... farm property ver valley, tim ind Alexandria OLK.& Co., Bakt B'ld's.. - Loulsifaa. ethem a hundred er appearance. int... a. way that en e of property Shundred per k by contract, day; furnish you furnish my work. -m pur. INR 4.. ts I II ..ý } t ý _ý` °ýý 1 Vhim sad ? rk 4 . L What ML .os s or CaL Brile get oatf Shdiilsr siriket-or Gor irensWio bers that a siof'the name of William Ekrnty carried Cleveland through to victry on his back in 1892? Well, Tom, you spalpeen, here's to thelikes o' ye. s s1 A Physilelan Healed. Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing phy'ician of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty years, writes his personalexperience with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate gland. I used everything known to the...

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. — 25 August 1904

and Xtr Yrthois of bum'a i· -jj;;~UCJbL· Judici $ pebifo t· AlAlaay Sa - art to eq In 3mIv.tgt 4 # shilata.-At no City in A -WIS b th. interest th reat pour ona tions so grwet as it s ore. Thidis natural as oe or the other of the nominees of these conventions muat boame the ocial head of Wash ingLae. and his home and family be awer the social center. Praeteally all of the large - cities torm the Missouri river east to the At kata have at some time entertaaned one or more of them national gatherb lagp with the exception of the nation al capitol, and yet this Is the political aeater 'o the country. It is almost an ladebsable sentiment that keeps the eoenvrtions away from Washington, and geoably always will do so. hProints have been nominated in Washington, however, but it was be fore the days of conventions. Previ ous to 1830 national conventions were unknown, and candidates were named by eowneaonal caucua . This meat ed oe naming candidates lost favor after the race made by Jackson, ...

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. — 25 August 1904

.' lm for Cera. It s 1 He s ad t re. tuarp M the baroweMs a Usaiist ot a hadre pWbaI tied i. and be was a It re fa the bap., dlas of -es7 to do the -ana thing, ~c k and forth wsasA te every bone and muscle ached It also reminded me of occasion when I was a hired farmer I was working for -rate fellow, but he had an of his own aethods, suggestions from others oosidered his Inferiors with grace. One day I'was hbar the boy mentioned, with a fastened on the harrow to hold" better. As I was lift the harrow up once or round to clear out the to me that it would idea to throw off the log, -*ort board, and ride. This only save leg-muscle, but uscie In lifting the harrow teeth. I tendered the sag a modest way, and was told vas too lazy to walk a mule purchased to carry me. An methods was to throw the of the stable every more the week, and on Saturday liad it onto an old sled, draw the field and spread it. I that it would save time and labor to leave the manure all the week instead of it out to...

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. — 25 August 1904

LD : LOUISIAN So..f Wlnn, and a town of 200ooo inhabitants. It has three railroads already and for two more in the near future, making Winnfield have the brightest future of y town outside of Shre port and Monroe in North Louisiana. W i e sone of the largest stave factories in the South. Has a handle factory, planing mill being put in, an up to date m shop which Is appreciated by all saw mill people. Has two nice churches, a high school, two good hotels which are crowded all the time, one dollar aday houses, telephone exchange and hope to have electric light and water works soon. It is the healthiest place on earth and wi alt, gas sulphur and oil deposits that are in evidence gives her the brightest prospects of any little town in the whole country, and si S Win i ldil Company had the blow out that raised 5,oooes pounds of piping to the top of a 70 foot derrick, it is becoming alarmingly attr So If You Have Any Special Business You Fancy Now Is The Time and Winnfield Is The Place, t...

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. — 1 September 1904

J OUTHERN SENTINEL Adv.rtila Pagp OFFICIAL JOURNAL PARISH OF WINN. Subscription One Dollar pe.1 Vol. i; No 2. . WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I, 19o4. 5 . Vd.. ..... / ... im I •"Ni inm m in mm au mu' nn..i._u _mmi i manmi - untoILD miaSA A, nRS A manI~i SEmM E iim m___Im am---~ ..,,,. a'_ , Insure your property against damage by fire and lightning. B. L. ANDERSON & COMPANY Ierlsentaing tour of the strongest esrance Compaakes in Amnerica. The PHENIX OF BiOOKLYN, LIVERPOOL & LONDON & (ILOBE, MECHANICS & TRADERS, and AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE Co. Office at Bank of Winnfield, Wlanfleld, La. (jyl.) .a i i i i !m i i al, i, i i i H i 4 i i i. .. . .. . __ iii + THE SMART SET A Magazine of Cleverness Magazines should have a well-defined purpose. Genuine entertainment, amusement and mental. recreation are the motives of Tim SBxAXr SET, the. MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES Its novels (a complete set in each number) are by the most b rilliant authors of both he...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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