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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 13 May 1910

SAL"E" OUR GUARANTEE wt.etio~ We assure each and .. ... N &W"S' lute satisfaction. We Cost Not Considered guarantee every state The Greatest Sale L ""o , 0tlOns, *l Cent mentmadehere. Everyi The Greatest Sale $tio s, e l iarticle in the house L a E y F n ish ngs, to go at a ireat tThe store is overflow-T Sold S rifice. ing with good things Sol ' .at your own price, EVER BEFORE in the history of our business have we made such a proposition. -We contracted with jobbers and manufacturers for present : Immense Stock last fall. We were disappointed in the volume of business this spring. The goods were shippedin January and February and we: could not countermand. Heretofore we have always sold'two-thirds of ourSpring and Summer Goods b May rst. This yeJa ar we are disappointed. Now, do you realize our position? We are overstocked and must sell it. The greatest and best values on earth stare you in the face. Can you dare you,h afford to miss it? Use good, common sense, come and see w...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 13 May 1910
Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 20 May 1910

9e- ., c. }rRr..~~x t7 N t ý it Y y .,.- a"°- ' ,¢ . , ''h " rýý.. : ' i : " .ý rfa sr tr" i '. :t New Presses and New Type Adverb Workganl :::i J jtj' Advertisements in this paper ...aces for Gon.morcial always ( ,vo the best result. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. W.INNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910. NUMBBI 7. • . n G~n I Ul lml PIANO RECITAL GIVEN BY MISS LUA PRESTON KEY ASSISTED BY "THE CENTRAL MALE QUARTET" S. in the High School Auditorium, May 24, 1910 1st. Sonata Op. 7 - - - - - Grieg a. Allegro Moderato. b. Andaute Molto. c, Alla Minuetto. Finale: Molto Allegro. 2nd. Prelude, Op. 28 - - - Chopin .Valse, in E Op. 64 - - Chopin 3rd. Bourie, from the Third Violin Suit - - Bach 4th. S Spring Song - - - Mendelssohn Wedding March - ' Mendelssohn 5th. Slumber.Song - - - Schumann fligh School Notes. The Base Ball team -played :three -. games with Dodson, here last Friday and Saturday and were successful in ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 20 May 1910

- $1.00 - - - 60 cents a 'J Alv ce. SR 3 IE & CO.,' P 113s. { !MILLE. - - EDITOR. Jlournal of Town of Winnfield. i our ial of the Parish of Winn. ASN COUNGIL FPICIAL PROCEEDINGS. wown Hall, May 6th, 1910. 'eXee 1iayor and Board of Alder-. l fthebTown of Winnfield met iabove dar e with the follow n(il·emers present: lion. W. F. 'j er,: Mayor, presiding; Alder >ý)oyett, Elliott, Hyde, Jones r t aithe s i s... A ehieeti h of ( 1Mlayor' pro redP t ffSt tfaken up. Mr. Elliott ýiiinited Mr. Mathews, the norni i being seconded by Mr.Jones, la ad.nuay- vote resulted a"; t Y:,*eas: Boyett, Hyde, Jone~ et ws; nays: none. ýk.' :de presented an ordinance bit:ng t!he playing of base I i unday within the Town oti6n of Mr. Boyett, see Sii Mr. Mathews, discussion i~ited to five- miiantes` for -eal er:.- :: ' . , - . a ds ltRev- Har per, He. l:-:di,: . Cas Meoss .dvo.eacy of the measure, .E Kidd and onAo eaed u oppom W thelsnhoved that the g a vote resuilte l i yde, t e s nay lliott .Oarai...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 27 May 1910

~~sfo -_ - Official 'Jof th Pais ofi Winn Ofica Jouna ofN th Tow ofC Wirn :14.'. ý- :-- e 1 1°n, t ' ! C4 , ý 7Z.L ný, -ý , W IN F I L D MfrIIA ~ A ýF ý`RID M AYý1l ý 8 O .+ 'v ýE x 4 ,C _________________._.______________________________________u_;_______'_______ >"°,, ý4 K: ,ý'wý .% . t ý.ý; "'i 'f;'ýý ,.- 'r4:f.ý7r`Axý ?;, . "ý. ý x.ý.vs ýý;.ýiý ýý''[rIk, ý.. "r . ý .ý ý: '';itsýýr ,*ý`ý ý «t-t1r,.y "iax.`: `. F 77.'.~ý xwr '«ýý '"ýx[ý`yT px~yý? lýl:., ', ý bYqria,¢f;ý;'t ,. ~ r >, ý: ..".T, ; J .s, .. · -. ;·.. ·.· · I.· · · .· ,r ".t'"' ,K No, :':::i 1ýwf`'a } :ý ~ý ,'ol DS"A"ýf 711,ý yAIl ~ `ýý, .ri~rY4 `e(,'``' ' ` ' ` d ·eii·: : -.- Journal of ::jo-: the Parisi 'ofý Winin Official :Journa of. thte Town of Pi aield. ·i': v"" JUL. ýýýWINNFIýLD, L ISIAN ., FRIAY; MAY,ý190... OUTBOND RATES AEADJUSTED The mmercia League Through a Committee of Busiess Me Ca'irry Their Grievances to Stats . Railroad Commission and are Sustained in Their w Contention for Fair Treatment by Railr...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 27 May 1910
Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 3 June 1910

3. , a `"i . ':, .: . . t : `. .. +.-. . "e*Pe,... • " • ypcAdvertlscimontsin -thisi $"faces for .om.e. iaI Work.... $ always ive the .bestre W, Official Journal of the Parish of Win.; Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. ýýýVOL.A.&X. WINNFIELD,,LO1JISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1910. NME ~ SCROOL. EASE BALL ENDED Last! Saturday the High School Base Ball Season * EAnded with Winnfield Champions of the State. New Orleans, former champions, proved the Hardest problem the Winnfield boys had to solve. The High School base ball team de feated the:New Orleans High School team three out of five games -played, thereby winning the state champion ship'i The series was the hardest fought and. most interesting series ever played in this. section of the state. The first game went to New Orleans by aescore. of 5 to 1._ The second was captured by Winnfield to the trine of 7 to0,: 0.Thehthird game was the hard eat foughtpigme ofthe series.- Barnes i for the locale and Meyer for New Or slea...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 3 June 1910

nal of Tr on o, f Winn i elde 4ill ofthe Pa ish fWinnid. ciitols have all closted and and sc8holars are seen on r b`lyno more. bewrniills in thioi oeftionl are f igsteadily and the deforesta the land goes bravely on. ti t cthe late raines crops of all n have recovered from the 1 d the wrar ays and bright Snto have' overcom eT thh'4 rage.9 'i overthe:L.& A. to-Alex. cal s a pleasant one at this The crops: are showiung t -ock .on the .:rantges is S;well.- Little cotton is in l* ut- food crops ares bountifiul. io andi uston seem = te :Mecca of. teachers and bde .o would e such On eea> the writer noticed two l yt:k loads - of baggage at e obeing. checked for the 1 iet pl;and this same ma 1 : 0 You Get the Best oulhave a ~ouggih, cold, asthima, anily therithroator bronchial ~i d use Di. Bell's Pine-Tar t jº ou 4o.: Look for the Bell on ataeconviots' ,are .busy ;,I work n brand"Cane. dlisEnterp ° 1A 4tout "cauteruzing or g by= the isee of Su.therland's t 8:Sa ve: -We guaran ee £ e ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 3 June 1910

Sas 2d class mall matter. ~:· sa 'sUBC riaN .RATES..: ~aiably In Advance. L' SYLIE & CO., . PUBs.` WM L. SMYLIE, - EDITOR. i=;Official lournal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Sunday Base Ball. .: .In last week's issue of The. Cora rade you publisbed the views of one opposed to,. playing base ball on Sunday. As imy views do not i incide with the one printed, I beg to submit my reasons far con. S idering base ball a pleasure that s both tlawful and non-desecrating. ITS CONSTITUTIONALITY. When thi Puritans left foreigni shores on account of religious perse : tion they founded "a government iini new world-which was to en titl.e very person to serve.God in their own manner; in fact the tra~iers of the Constitution' of the u'nited States recognized riat: re 'Igious .liberty was one of the S-fundamental principles upcn which ade coid-atic form of government 'must rest, in:order to have stabil ity. Th point" has been recog Sknized by. -the Assembly of New ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 3 June 1910

SP s OUR GUARANTEEReach est Lo iwnthis We assure each and Great i every purchaser abso A S ESON lute satisfaction. We o:-Cost Not Considered . guarantee every state SC NTI NUED mentmade here. Every : i  The Greatest Sale articl ever held in Norti - markticle in th e house L' uisiana. very- Ol& ODl-r Goods, Notions, and Gents Furn sh= The store is overflow thin i"stock to le ' .to ' Great ing with good things : Solod . Ii S t go at a Great Sacrifice. . at your own price. We Must Reduce Stock by June the 25th EVER BEFORE in the history of our business have we made such a proposition. We cotracted with jobbers and manufacturers for our present :Immense Stock last fall. We were disappointed in the volume of business this spring. The goods were sihipped in January and Februay and we a could not countermand. Heretofore we have always sold to-thirds of ourSping and Summer Goods rby M rst. This year we are disappointd. Now, do you realize our position? We are overstocked and must se...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 3 June 1910

"i F Fordia eager for. the 3 F Bal Lumber Company,. `r ne of the iagest lumber interests Sthe Soutl fell today th vi~tml a. f agun w und,, administered by SMiss Carj- Pritchard, a saleslady y in the umber Comnpany1s store here. I iThe imediate caus e : lding to ` the tragedy are r i 'r"l'rable S variiance. and li+,',+ <'l :I , T inoily of 1F. ILll u a y itzwss, Y_ given at the EiUtle t. iitl.qu. st, hut litihl* is kiirw,,. Mr. Ball's testi. inony iii substalnce was that Mr. Ford and he (Mr. Ball) were in consultation ii his private office, when Miss Pritchard entered, and after a few hurried words express. fi.:-edby both Miss Pritchard and her - victim, she quickly opened a small .:i:handbag she carried,, and lifting a ;i::f 38 caliber revolver. fired, the ball entering Ford's Jaw, immediate death resulting. ;:'- The sheriff and parisli coroner in Colftx were informed and arrived :. his afternoon and placed .lher in custody. - She was taken to Colfax for incarceration in the ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 3 June 1910

SA$E bA LI Monroe vs. Winnfield SUNDAY, JUNE 5 dmission 25c Grand Stand 106 SLocal and Personal. r ;Mr. J. B. Story of Shreveport waa in town Sunday. Bri us your chickens and eggs. Wood Grocer Co. Charlie Gibson went to Shreveport `:Wednesday. i :4 We have fresh ice cream. Phoenix ''Drug Co. R ^ ting W. M. Milam & Son for your groceries. Quick delivery. Phone 87.' ` Beautifullawns only 4 1-2 cents at O'Quin & Gibson, Mie s Pauline Williams is sick again he regret of friends. r aoinme of our . Simon Pure Lard best.- Wood Grocer Co. and 12 1-2 cent shew lawns :only 81-2 ents at O'Quin& Gibsons . ...B. ' Laroix lias purchased a home ;,4M on East Main'Street. S`:Wdlethe Corno chick andl hen ''r .eed. Woo-d G rocer. Co. Mis Ruth .'Harer 'is on a ;short her brother at Natchitoches. S-'Weget a :shipment friesh cakes and r e every :week. Wood Gro. Co. BIL Anderson and children' 3 ireii at B. ~ ebanon. ý.,rya'sack. of .tb lebratead )ome ..lour at:':M.:. Milam:: & Son 4ýitok...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 10 June 1910

or no daorAdvertisements in this pa alwy ~ etebst resii .~..< Official Journal of the Parish of Wino. Official Journal ~of tie Town of Winnfield. VL II 44' L I . F I A wE 10,(1910 ýUMBE 10. l , "ý ._`h '$P?" ý C ,M ý5fýP i yýl( f' t 'K~a ý y f~ik 'ýýyý.~n84yý'"ýfS'r t ý:r Ltto ` ý. :^y,.'ý Y -v, } M '.w, ` T ,ý a aS{( yý ýtj L q `r . % 4rýýý .ý ýi ks~p4 ~tý ~a''ýRuý A ý:ý ý:a{+ý t . v. C` . r atr Offcia Jornal of the Parisi of 'Minn.:\ Officiail Jodurnal obf thee Town of Winnfield, ·'· :k·;· *·.* WINNFELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10,;1910. B~I DECRIO DAB IS CELEBRATED The Stores and 'Business -Houses Closed and Citizens (enerally Lent their Assistance in Making the SOccasion a Success, the Veterans Were Feasted at Night at a :Camp Fire. For several years the 3rd of June, the birthday of President Jefferson Davis, hasi been .,observed by the Daughters of the Confederacy, :- by decorating the -graves of the dead - ei8terans and honoring those who areS still alive, but the observaBc...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 10 June 1910

7:I 60 cents m6 foil My LIE & CO., PUBS. co' YLIE, - EDITOR. Me] Jor oilaiournal of Town of Winnfield j of ournaI of the Parish of Winn. rea " f Ir POLlCE JURY. se Csi GIAL PROCEEDING8 offi Winnfield, June 6,1910. boy `Police Jury of the Parish of Si;n1et this' date pursuant to nal tionrdi ent with the following cer Spresent: J. T. Porter, wi Seters, T. C. Willis, D. H. ed i' buma4te, J. t. Horn, J. T. Payne ing arter, D. B. Williams and ma T.L.Brewton. Absent, T. B. Mr reitt; ai et eb6ody having met as a Board ,1 f thebody,.. poi alizers "of assessments for M ýhe-year 10, it was agreed upon foi an h `member from his ward Co y amnid the assessment from said 1Or one `Grisham, attorney-at-law, we renting ..the Sounthern Invest- soi ompay, Winn Lumber any Louisiana Lumiber Corn - f , niemont uinmber Company, tei a Lumbler Co. Win iLand Jo ii' ilr'Co., and William Eden- th ;iadobjecttedto the classific- ba to ds :by ,the Assessor of Y isb of Winn ;of the 'timberB by the aforenanied ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 10 June 1910

7 7 _ ", r f l. K 7XTRAOR -. rý ,ýayf~t ý '' ýk ;'": I yid ..; amen"~ WT TiL TH1TFU :; : ;: · -. M ,ý: Ahd Gom to MyMney Saving Challenge Sale a; "· HIS WILL BE ONE OF THE GREATEST OPPORTUNTIES OF YOUR LIFE I to buy goods for almost a song, for every dollar you purchase a saving of 50 t ents. ;I am compelled: to sacrifice my stock f goods with a big loss, during this sale,g asg 1have pressingo bligatiOns and must conveyit my stock Into money at once. My c1ddiior demand it. Do not failt a'ttend this 50 Cents on the Dollar Saving Sale, Everybody is cordially invited and iwill be no trouble to show you our goods and prices-all goods marked hin plain figures Owiig to lack of spa canot giveprices on all goods. Suffice to say everything is included in this sale. Nw, remember, this i e Now, remember, this~ is a bona fide sale and you will iot reget attending this challenge Sale This Sal Opens June y[ad cloe 3Positivel n July nd ý.: -·eS Po f.iv 4n--·. .Ju1 2nd.;yl_~ OeMen;'s Apparel nelot ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 10 June 1910

:'E "Marti 'of, hi 'edF eekly. fh colui - --: -. _ the E& CO, P fore '.Y:IE . .*. - EDt on: . con t S ofown o f1 Winnfield. enusl :~i~ Journal of the Parishof Winn. pron ndyBase Ball Games. ies 0ove A RZJOINDER. tnin the last issue of The hern =iae rejoinder to my article of c nay baseball games. I.had othe sasay othing further on str SbutI as my critic has nov ii, argument thatt may satisfy and thinking and the supeificial, to 1 ~ to ointhal Ournat bi:`ielytowo poiin nt A tU11 his errors and to show .the he Sof his reasoning.h ve istran ge that he should at duerlie constitutionality opof Snaa base ball games by ap to the Constitution of the be ie States which, to use hisctf entitles "every per e serve God in his own man rk, in recognition of this setal prineciplepassed,". paC a. Slega!'a ing the game of base ide "nday. In ofther wordsn t tit itiofl of the Unfted a critichas no - i T&ngfaots "every one the right Nc 4.ei~eA ·6 in his own manner," he r all base ball teams the ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 10 June 1910

-.!`l: Zi ickoryf;' e.M d for . trade Iere w, art :callng you over the wiu We thought, while you Was ou . 3t ooking for an appetite fr yr `°re'akfast, we would get out and look for a breakfast for our ap :: petite, Ye Editor should ha ve been down with on the tifth S uday ait On Saturday before no fifth Sunday Siu - _'t ex.iYctioti convened. at the Spr·1iý I iý Grove Church;. Winnd Ja t, Cald well, Catahuulaiin .d LaSalle pIr. ishes werre epresented at tlhe con..l ventinD 'Silg' hell! I should - say theysung. Dinners all day and suiging oni the ground both dayl.; -- Talk of your picnickers, your din. . ne fixers, when any community takes the blue ribbon fro he Shady Grove ladies, maids,.?maid: 1 ens, and Tmisses, we will give up the G.B. N otwithstanding the freeze- of s April 25, erois- are. fairly well to a this date. Iri re ootatoes are r .ry, owing to the freeze. Early - watermelons have gone- by, but " '' the vine of the second planiting is si running nicely; no apples, very a'...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 10 June 1910

Minde vs.Winnfield 1sFrid ay , ý .ýýS,.S atu rd ay , S u n d ay 4tnission 25.c Grand Stand l0c :. Local and Personal uiiega" flour is the best. W. M. t A4 Son.` Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heard have :returned from Ruston. ring us your. chickens and eggs. WOd Grocer Co. <rWe have fresh ice cream. Phoenix - .MR:. W. Fordyce is visiting her arents at Bienville -thbis week. tautful lawns only 4 1-2 cents at !Quln 4 Gibson, ry 'some, of our Simon Pure Lard j's thebest. Wood Grocer Co. i and Mrs. Tom Doyle and child respepding a few days at Womack. es o ntry butter twice a week. 'M Tl Milarni& son. ' anutd 121-2: cent shew lawns only "881-2 ients at O'Quln & Gibsons'. $iWeihndle the.Oorno chick and hen te Wood Grocer Co. SWood will leave Saturday for afewdays visit todShreveport. ;W; get a' shipment: fesh cakes and A eres every week. Wood Gro. Co. Mrs W. B. Hall have 'Gorned from' a visit to Ruston. eline crackers an.d cakes are Ie. est W'e get a fresh: shipment . ry w!eek. W. M. Milam...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 17 June 1910

esrAdvertisementsin this pp q e rse a 4 d Nýw Tyr re.3;s1i$ý '. , il ýr.ý Pa~e, fr Gomerlal ork~- ~~j]~always give the best Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. X~~~ WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910.NMBR1 .......... { { 7MýE lyA aprese amnam T. . . .. THE 'FARMIER'S UNION REVIVING Interesting Meeting of the Winn Parish Farmer's Union Was Held : Last Tuesday and Officers SElected for the Eisuing Year, Also Delegates to State Convention. On Tuesday last the quarterly meeting of Winn Parish Union F. E. & C. U. of A. met pursuant to call in Comrade Hall. SPresident W. M. Simmons of Min eral Springs local presided, and N. G. W. Adams, of. Hurricane Grove,; who is Secretary-Treasurer of the parish, was also present. Ten locals were represented. The reports received showed that unionism -was' recovering from' the effects of the late panic and the' boll weevil and that the membership who S pow compose the union are of the qua...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 17 June 1910

MAJESTIC CLOTHING IS RIGHT LADIES' HATS Good Clothes are one of the forces of modern living. No man ever hurt his cause by being well dressed. We handle the Cel thatt There are three kinds of Clothes-machine work, hand work and head work. It is a ebra mistaken idea to believe that all ready for service Clothes are machine made, or to imagine eba sted haall such Clothes are cut in bulk or stamped out with dies, like teel sprockets or nuts *and-bolts.. a.>:ý r ald~boajestic Clothes are made by hanad from individual designs, and receive 'more careful, expert attention in matters~ of cuitting, staying and finishing than the average Smerchant, tailor" can give to his work. There's head work in Majestic Clothes, too; Because our manufacturers employ the Ladies'PatternHats best talent in the world-inen who are not plodders, but craftsmen; men with the artistic idea of curvature, line and form. And when they have the Majestic label in them, we say to you W warrant them " These ! ats are ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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