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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 January 1905

sa -. - ;· 834Tt43.kt#;~ qLftb p An ads fo 'b wdg, t 1wu.w it the if awffbhM. of Wifh Parish. JAm. 26, 1905 *IT IAFFAIS. will be found a 1 terms of court for auidicial District. be highly com efforts to clear up is so badly con for distant when SFifth District will not have' years before< and then often dismiseed at their Lieans business, goes to the his case unpre get a contin grounds, o," exception f: his client in tC lawyer, unlike much stress delays. It thing in Eng ao try three or in one day. immediately one par is whether guilty. The being his charge thse box, the next in Ameerica, e-ies, very in done Suer 42 C~ `tea·. eap . d thhe tlittl t would be .eedod. Theicy have been . Gopon is now covairms tat peaceful mesas hbasenfid sad now only remedy r fee. Tb finrt blood has been sBhd but more will follow. It is now the people against the op pree.ors and the battle will be forvht to the bitter end" Pighting continued at various places, soldiers volleying and charging the mob. T...

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 January 1905

fOC I'Ed tell a :. J. E. Ger, Tuesday. Guess, of Q :Q' Monday. miinmons, of ward six, Winnfield this week. Nugent, of ward nine, rt visitor Saturday. Fox, of ward seven, paid I while in towl Friday. . Mathews went to' Jones -:on lheai 1busiacss Tues r r SThompson, of Ruston, the city on business yes * adjourned Saturday eve sr holding a two week's ad. of LePelley in this He is offering some bar SJ.T. Wallace is spending e at the Shreveport m. To Mr. and Mrs. Y. ,on Tuesday morning, 17, a son. Boyett, of Tannehill, was Id Friday and gave this appreciated call. Boyd, of Olla, was a visitor Friday. We ge a call. Whitehead, of Olls, was week to attend the iers Institute. ' a former resident of t now of Jena, was here week. Jones returned Suan Sfrom Verde where she visiting relatives. njury met in special the court house Friday a of last week. thaber gait for denboro; was here this tixas . ' 1agte, merchant of l s here this week of his father. Mr. J. G. al the bestoa the mus gum, is good...

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 January 1905

171 I3 the: Nai3mber o(- O~pera1 Year-Hoiw Wornh !4ayr tfr i;:F 1rMm a Vli~~i·~ 1W~ab In our $ ..4kIs to find such ý th atens lying -- .ted women Sar either awaiting them serious opera .th case? Sim bamy meglected them alt womb troubles -re l ncrease among ebintry-7they creep but every one of mtal beds had that bearing or right of pain in igoorrhma, diz e .of the All of these of an on ovaries or the penalty operation. itest them until you are tal and sub remember SVegetable of with Ir menstrn b, that of ,aerwome Lmpa Sud num m SI I L Repeating Shotguns. famuy o a for rsn when for so anravflch vlit nttdYYY and dortbkbwrdedaal; aal adfg ,aoo They WCsoldCYYgar. am CAM NQ Sao.REW nwN w.c Is OURMTTO! J a " -- S TIEE c;x; :ý<~ ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, " an gone "and "want-to-be-left-alone" feel ings. they should remember there is one tried and true remedy. The folowing letters cannot fail to bring hope to despairing women. Mrs. Fred Seydel, 412 N. 54th Street, West Philadelphia...

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 February 1905

RN SENTINEL. .OiE o ia Journal of Winnma Parisa. .LUM.-.,, WINNFIELD, LA., THUSDAFEBRUARY 2, 190.. NUMBER 43. ISELY.011 e of the oest Iumprtt. at Home and Abroea the PUat Week SS' WORK IN NUTSHELL levelsopments i thl Rmse-. e War, Tegetler WIth ot ilterest CULled Frem the t Happennase All Over W.orld. CONGRESS. senate was duly sworn in as m bgr the trial of the impeachment against Judge Swayne, of Flor J)stice Fuller administering SSenator Platt, of Conneci preside at thelt trial. tative Clark, of Missourl, in .bhalf of the District of school teachers, said that money was being paid Wa-o icemen to crack the skulls of than was paid to school teach aI improve what was in the house committee on rivers and have agreed on a bill providing and harbor work. The bill an aggregate appropriation' of S7_ , and eathorizes expenditures tinning contracts aggregating Semate passed the army appro btil after modifying the provi imacerning the assignment of re army oQicers to active service militia o...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 February 1905

"A 1to pub AR .. I.. for *o wyaw, the ~ L WEB. 2, 1905 ý_= 8. 2, 1905 TWINNFILD. fiTreasons why i ~d4 become the .E s contemplate ti hssr future, some ws: ~ker healthy lo t ficent "pine iana. achool offers e to those to educate; a guaranty People. of three excellent with two she has ; of a to none in A. has al for an ezx Alexandrias Winnfield oint, and in the l the com- a south, °I shop, gin4 business snta-' m!mber & mtime than lonate4 a n :Corporate I given hat was a 4as the 8 to saying run no s:ear tC sael 2- e 0P1 ..ý ,.« :, ': . :,._ ý. ý!ý ' `ýý" ý, 4 ý w'`, ý ý aý y5`;. ''. ., _ ri;: _ ýýx; "v ý" ý. iHe s E'iyjitIo ~ the Work~pr ~ lie w ote #Ieft the mode to the.dhc, ' *ad intelligence of fHis dtoiers. I Jact hodies, religious or poll ti he, are soreheads, chronic kickers and cranks, composed, oftentimes of good, honest peo ple who are being led astray by disgruntled preachers or politi canns and more suspicious than anything else, especially when the ether fellow is in po...

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 February 1905

. ý` r, f. vett, of 'verinug stnoP e yne. of Faith, of '& Mondayav via.l uthrie. of Ward tei , innficld Saturday. attorney for Wil born, was fere Mon. try,' of Royal, gave while in town. Mon rewett, of Montgomery in town on business ilam, of ward eight, innfield on business Haley, of Jonesboro, ess trip to our town n, one of ward tial citizens, was in Monday. rs, of ward three, raturday attending to t."rs. A. A. bane, of Rue- ( groceries t6 our( Wilson. the produce . paid a vit to i reliable preparatin bleson the market care. Williams, of Gol his family at this a , merehat and ,.was lp Winu Monday. e st_ irau. * .4 - s cone ring disene sand t.i nWinteaccordingly. Binger oil, the beston the mar fe never gams, is good for sewing machines, guns, bicycles. Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelly, of Selna, visited friends and rela e tives in Winnfield last week. The Dr. Reports hiR section dis tressingly healthy just now. SRemember that your old sewing Smachine will be taken in part payment on acc...

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 February 1905

L.PAUL E. BEKWITH. Seckwith, Lt. CoL, retired, 1st Beg. Minute Men, in a S mont avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C., writes: * a.qaglifed endorsement of mrany of my friends, ft commending your remedies for coughs and .Beckwith. uffCaous. totheelements . 1-* or life is not so colds as seden -VFW t face to face day in active to catarrhal are housed up Mlly ventilated And yet theseclasset mote or less to estarrh cstarrhal di. u as the civil to se h and colds. I . strong and thas the weak denspe 7 BRAND SMOES TRADE MARK ST. LOUIS a BEST Ft utk ImS shD owr twe. h te o i2k r uurstma ik footwear which is r~igt? We have been .aiions at popler them &M teti to their IueS at ato 'boe yorfebw ta oes that are dook and wet boy ade I ms - sd asteu them a i#or dogs not keep them, wrieFs. lww Peruna has always been a great favorite with the military men, both in the army and navy. The strongest kind of testimonials are received from offiers of high rank concerning the virtues of Peruna for all cata...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 February 1905

mT RN SENTINE.L. O~ WNIED LA.~ THURoiAY JouErnal of WinnU Paribsh. WINNFIELD, LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 190i. NUMBER 44. at aommene n 14 , t members bea.-& -.ga sn of the Iaonimt womi in ais redited to Mr. Glad. "dleestabishatarlaasam." 4me patients in the lumatic say l[lahore, India, 33 per cent. are to have been habitual hemp. ers. the herring season, which ex from the middle of August to of December, the ishblng boats th, England, caught 535. herrings. -. A. Van Wagner, of Brookfield, leated a device which is to be to the telephone which will ladication if there has been any the absence of the attend city of Pforzheim, in Baden, is leading jewelry manufacturing in Germany. and its salesmen is almost every country in the There are 650 or more factor ek the city, where over 25,000 people are employed. the first nine months of 1904 y's imports amounted to $1, .,00. exceeding those of the cor period of 1903 by $33,01, During the same time Germany wares valued at $910,112,000, of...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 February 1905

- --. - .8 fdirtt. ·r p -~p to Lt atcles for *'* Wa., it the humid * Parish. W. 9, 1905 J th nos ot the bol $e ha.c ao been hear m*EStrnnient Re ouet- eaýIrlucing the eat ; UI,162, 00 f before thi w~cotmSon was 1 thid w s a greai Mbit ~ftt knowi 1~~t~i~~DrS~lar - bnvnti On hi ýI~iº Then thi reevi iniocuoa thel dah to him, In dis a, a~U, the :a Lb. bear Pugh `F a Pufing be did. m'the 'ý-. ally mvd. 1 r· ~o abab £4a Iom bt CUI~ z1 WiEi ds d: w, jg is a was rn sod thiibbit and grosed _ mas basine0e destnstive fto crope abesides repealina g the act, they paid a large suma -for hawks to be imported into the state. It is a duty to protect our friends, sad, if the bird has prov e to be ao , why not throw the arm of protection around it? k Sool 33rd proceedIngs. On motion a committee was tappointed with full power to make appropriation and all nec wIeary arrangements for a summer school. Following committee was appointed:h Cas Moss, W. E. Long and J. R. Sholars. On motion the following clai...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 February 1905

at' swim? Bailey is week. McDonad, w~ 8is ooueaieiru of Ruby, la. for The 8entieLa of Dodson, was last Tuesday of Sheriff Shaw in ering liceewe and ves accordingly. d: . * * Norred has been ber bed this week of pneumonia. Tithe best on the mar :gums, is good for es, guns, bicycles. Little, after spend with Mrs. Anna ed home Sunday. and Tar is best whooping cough, iates. and cures ful mothers keep we will have some when its all over. be entitled to your old sewing taken in part nt of a Singeri F. M. Gates as from Mrs. are now busy preparation on the market Cure. is back from Chicago, whee in the United end thr cuares by attmk of the -oa. is * FAA. &. M.-t Sweek rr-o. Lodge No. thu ofa of Shr M -pmý walsC il-th lal kUtbe *ri~til L` . s e ý_; Ite~, , ,, d=:eld aai #, t, It ae. 'ru, small monthly in aliets, ore yearly instala ents ofarumrt. WriteW. O. Wil ims, Wianeld, La., or The i r Sewing Machine Co-, 1121 S~ond St. Alexandri, La. .i h , By special arrangements we are able to off...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 February 1905

OWES IlEALTI LIFE TO PERUINA. e n a.rt crowded assem ntauiaeyy expoaure to Despite h i o c tainrdd crowed ossrem ,esh ip for Pern. They have dsovered by personalprehrsst SThexperience that Peruna does ll that is S p t Tship for Peruna. .s.r claimed for it. Is- I. absyBishop C. M. E. Church, Atlanta, Ga., writes: 'SMave fmil.eruna to be agreat remedy for catarrh. I have suffered db: ilteMn disease for aore than twenty years, until since I have gg lBss, which has relieved me of the trouble. "I v.e trls many remedies and spent a great deal of hard-earned for64 at I found nothing so effectual in the care of catarrh as * hat Peruna Is not only a triumuph of medical science, # sib.a to suffering heumanity. I" h e. whosuffers with respirator diseases wil find Pernna /auovereign remedy."-L. H. Halsey, Bp. C. M. .e Church a gs prompt and sure t can be taken. ies been able to elY be.urase be S. Perat-a,ready that ray ise. QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO! OCW lO~uToi 3114. 3OAZ3, DUCS PAUNTIUG, R M*K =~~...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 February 1905

1 7, X aSENTINEL .;'` tl1 Jorna ofWizmn Par~iah. _~WINNFIELD, LA., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1905. is· ther~ U~l 1~Ybl Ptit Wash.16 WORK IN NUStELL to a th# 3.s War Tegetr Uee Wk Cane Frew the Ui.Pi.IsS. Anl oev sitaUg iis $ court od ia go taking of etl ofe o Jude Swayne of seessiaonas will be held ween two atn three senate pased a bill am secretary of war to sell to rifle cltubs upon the governors Ot various four days of distale ysrp etatiSes, by a VOte the Nsch-TowDEad for the reslatlo of and hous, is joat s esnavsesd the rate for vice prealdesnt ofat the gssas, and the elctious 5oosevlt, at New York, da Charles W. Pair as v and ds.ese4 p £se b ll appo ~ahl. the mmian of Columbsia to al Plre Charles L'lB -asinee who inm o t been repirsei fsvorablp burial of widows ol smne grave with thes Arnbstmo (WOa a spre osentav tual fa tesomma of Jued that Us rge were ibs fume is la$s, aid tw+º see ad etrt' an a coot ofe hIe t h * 3 a q, ts -. F vex _ P`- -e ' ear.WM eal -4t e three persos were ...

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. — 16 February 1905

tia. ~tti ft r pub ese upon ,An UiMj axti for Isthe wrtter. the Lower, if the Eli(6 P190h. i6, 1905 who was con. of Mrs.Ike t&ioe non neat Sgranted a supremie courl delivering the Mrs. McKee wsoneof the hat has wvei Sorth Louis oef Craigheaý aih interes gstoe. Thh *head wai his convi& of the five locked it had aol was the Monroe for new hiecon. rder and Tuesdaj ·fthe 'oatoeweral the admit d of the ini IU It~ 1*ai8ir trown o iTh#- R 0 used. speaking; te ga. l r~t his nervous fingers h tteered into fragments mt.boor. The 8winging doors i argi pushed and shut again; and when the little group looked up the tramp was gone.-New Orleans Picayune; Petition and Ordinance. The following petition was presented from the citizens and tax-payers of ward 4 Winn Pariah, La. To the Hon. President and meimber of the Police Jury o Winn Parish, Louisiana. We the unbersigaed citizens and tax-payers comprising mare than one-third of the tax payers ward 4 do hereby petition your toenr. able Body t...

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 February 1905

_t , by went kwith r. and Mr.i sight, Februairii tage, of h g her sister irs sspent first of Orleans where I business. 1 ** 4 liable preparation bles on the market ey Cure. Lodge held its. ly meeting last *."I have a summer I ing season. Now id. ** i the Stave Facto- a le heard again t of Verda, was ess matters in and Tar cures $ by attack of a the lungs. i 4.r bad weather has and goers m far between. Aboe was-.1 Winn of his paper :of the ]IEogKAT e. Th1\r O. Ma. Grit=; mon Jackson U-. wa oa fastthe -~ 47 3ý~. s ,.a nd . T ar is best 1 n D whopina g cough,3 no opiit_ and cures SYCareful mothers keep tit heh ase. keep V. R. Boett, of Verda, was a visitor to WinnfielH Saturday. Mr. Boyett was here for the pur pose of making final proof on his homestead before P. K. Abel, Clerk of Court. * * There being nothing doing at the Sheriffs office this week, Sheriff Shaw has busied himself sending out notices to delinquent tax-debtors. He says he will have a news item of considerable length if...

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. — 16 February 1905

I. k-I f usaere stormi oPere the prevail -'eh above wintr3 brings suddei drops 20 degreei Iiu health hint to . whole of NortW gl~ar o shbould be wetl !e as to avoid direci %a11. health should take every morning iafeeblehealti wel-rab everJ be a generous one gLoesauionally fresi 1.p7W and the davi as possible bhase during tinhe kept cool at all be kept wPara mosed to cold or will avert Schill, or ever Perna should be a Veimns, mDay Nr mhird ID sa 1000. ra leora ýI~ *a1 'ra Ir eai i `.-`. 'til: ýt O y ,iy 2 iýj' As much sleep as possible ' ' should be obtained m the forepart of a the night Ce rr. f nisi ý- Mr. Frank Cobb, 175 Summit Street, V Deering, Me., writes : " I was troubled with catarrh in my head. I wrote to Dr. Hattnman for s ! advice and he prescribed Peruna. "I took it and am happy to say it s helped me at once. I feel better than I h have for years" Mr. J. Ed. O'Brien, Pres. American 1 Pilot Ass'n, Pensacola, Fla., writes: S" I heartily give my endorsement to Peruna asan ...

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 February 1905

RNENTINL. W "FEL. O.-oal JournDal of TYinn2 P-arish. S.WINNFIELD), LA., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1905r. NUMBER 46 SELYOIUTUIIED of the mast J astaat s at Hae aud Abread the Past Week. ESS' WORK IN NUTSHELL Devrelopments l the lRemo meae War, Tegether With COnGRI SS. houses of congress stopped the of legislation to pay tribute to s. Willard, "One of the most women of the United States." house passed a resolution send statehood bill directly into con without offering an opportuni debate. senate passed a bill providing payment of pensions due in the governm~ t hospital for and one authorising the etme at a lepro4 hospital In States or Philippine Isl tative Sullivan, of Mais explained to the house the lemding up to the con of his father and himself of ter, referred to by Mr. od New York, during a per -t on the foor. He declared that been only technically guilty, not punished by the court. tilt ocenrred on the soar of between Representatives of New Trk, and Sullivan, af t., In which some d...

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 February 1905

---SM -.fl r~a, c umo whISSW t If the II. 22, 1005 rSENTINEL Nam. APPEAL bma storm a better will have lk. krev they 7. 6w biga f the the 'ot 6f 40 4.l C emsma nq i -t a sips tha anyth emagehup the Cap r o ou r of very great ren te dthe Senate and Pus t have agreed to disagree ceocerning the necessity of aerndment the arbitration kieties, and it emphasizes the embroes, non adaptive machin relations to forign powers. Senates and Presidents have dis agreed before. The first treaty ever sent to the Senate was amended and it is not recalled that that body has since failed to exercire its amendatory function. The Senate is jealous of its digni ty and of its reputation as a deliberative body. No one will deny it the distinction of being deliberative. Several of its members hold the record of hav ing spoken continuously, whith brief intervals for nourishment and sleep, for twenty four hours Wbn. Youa Have a Cold. er The fst action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lags. This bet...

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 February 1905

ý. rvf,. .. ;r` ý3 i 4 it ý visitor ed ib1 kild on -..· of Atlanta, was e.s vsitera s te les, merchant of was a Wiunfield visitor rs, of ward ten, was visitor to Winnfield oney and Tar cares 1 used by attack of heals the lunge. tt, of Tannehill, t caller at our office 1 SMachen has been l several days with4 lagrippe. " -4t 4 reliable preparation lee on the market ' tare. I I of Goldona, was E bu.sines matters in ! .D. our, of Dý. ar DL ..L.s abat ·-r--s. . with Wa *.W is l - larrn 4W kumest .k - a ,, see W. 0. Wil 1 am.*iaa . , La., or write The Simgr 8ewing Maelplae Co., 1118second 8Sret, Alandri, La. NSt-5t An epedemic of grip stitck town last -week and attacked everybody in sight.'8So far all are up except W. E. Heard and Rev. H. J. Boltz, who are still confined to their rooms. The Louisiana Railway and Navigation Co., depot is nearing completion, and will be, when finished, a neat and up-to-date building with modern conven iences. The building is being painted this week. J. R. G...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 February 1905

sI 1 . I WOUrsS FUlSES 1F4U-NA. *~~~.Oblo, ozamcmber o 0osgreess, Finyfitybft r '- d ba u a - I - l - - t l ' b-eu da 3Jrir w~lN.~ a et.wwdlmth d~L.. ------------ U fSi M4ur~l JW~gSik 0.1mm, Stain foaty, hacmamds4i'4aeob La Dsia. t Fycaiur tran, ma e wllj am"m .yamd e'"~ "Z . ` <r r. _-._ y tfl a1m X. wmaam ý Ant.a I 4 x:·~ -nti .tah day wmt Noah Into the ak, sed the go eme, and destroed thaee aL'"-Lu.ke rt:A, 1A. "a.d God saw that the wiokelaeds of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was evil contin eally . ... But Noah found grace In the eyes of the Lord, and walked with God." Gen. 6:5, 5, 5. "By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he con demned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith."-Heb. 11.". "Noah, a preacher of righteousness." -3 Pet. 25 Read all of Gen. 6. EIRD, wild music fills the air. There is merry...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 March 1905

,, ,. y , . . -, • .o: I z , ' nt., - ` : .. s ou "l l .a.4o 'urna.. of" W inn~u :Par ish.- . -- .. ":- ;' WINNFIEL1), LA., THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1905. 131< ctw that there are ONA that pro:ime aao .0 wh u.anted, sad Qf tha ap less than a year aid'`ar German emperor travels railways a detailed bill fs or every engine and car "r the distance traversed. -ed that he pays the Prus alone about $25,000 a housewife buys a new morning-a necessary ex since she sweeps her every day, and the broom just a bundle of fresh. leaves, whore natural iaCks up the dust. k, of Boulder Creek, licked over a 200-foot pr~ci mule, but fifty feet down large woodrat's nest in a 150 feet t~an the he stayed until a party m t him down with ropos. men report an unprecedeat pulp and pulp wood from .otuts to American mills, of the Canada Atlantic rail. that wood pulp is beeln the rate of 1,000 toes a day along the-Caada Atlantic Sconnecting line through been many attetma s to cotton in India, but ly tailed. Sometime....

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