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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 6 April 1906

ACTI_ E CONGBESSEAN Jadge Watkins Has Not Made - :- ic But He is Accasmpaing Results for Many Portios o. tle Fourt District. e Judge Watkins is making one of the most active Congressmen that has represented this district in many years. Notwithstanding the fact that he is a member of the committee on the revision of the National laws--a committee that has been at work night and day during the present session of Congress in order to complete the codification of these laws so that they can be passed on before Congress adjourns, as wr5 fully shown by an article clipped from the Washington Times and pub lished in our last issue-he has not neglected to look after the in - terest of his own constituency. He has assisted and Iw assisting in the establishment of various free rural delivery routes in nearly every parish in the district; has introduced a bill to open up navigation in Cane river, which from all accounts, was closed against the, wishes and without the knowledge of a majority of ...

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. — 6 April 1906

B. L. Andersoni Fire Insurance WINNFIELD, -:- LOUISIANA. Representing. Liverpool and London and Globe, Mechanics and Traders, American, Mississippi Home I would like to figure with you when in need of insurance Visiting Cards Business Cards Invitations. Announcements Office. Stationery -and all kinds of Printing done with neatness and dis patch, by the S SENTINEL PUBISHINC GOMPANY WINNFIeL. D, - - -- ISIANA ON 0% 4 in I! hEADQUARTERS FOR Wlskies and YWines IS LO t, to ' Ust. ,- ·-4 $5j~ One Of The Results of lbseralluing our fertll-. lowing from Mesrs. W T & Son.ownere of the Fut Farm. Dut.t. is: "W made $O0 from one acre strawberries, on whiek oro fertllzeras were need. ight yearsag owe bought this place at P2 per acre It was then considored to have been worn out twenty years before, but by liberally using vi.Wcaroina Ferkasrs under peas and velvet beans. we an now grow almost any in and have been offernd lu per acre for the place. We experimented with a res mV ~bhrghnest pfer-...

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. — 6 April 1906

WIL, A. UTW)Q, .. ...iaa .Nam . Wte4n at the Wimaaeu PosseioM as mail -matte et the seomendmas. (Ivariably cash lt advanme.) One asr (podgeree) .t Sii b~sartlr .g..L , 44 IT SOUTHERN SENTINEL Is ft the hums pape of h-in parih peopk. Advertislag rate made known on application. Address all communulcations and make all I draft. ad money orders payable to T . Soutern Sentinel. The Sentinel will be glad to receive for pub lication the views of responsible citizens upon all matters of public interest. All articles for publication must be signed by the writer, the same will not be published. however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906. A THllOUSAND FEET OF SALT. In another column in this paper will be found an article from Baton Rouge embodying a letter from Prof. Harris, geologist, con cerning the salt indications in this parish. It has been known for many years that there must be salt de posits in the vicinity of where the well was drilled near Goldonna. Th...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 6 April 1906

S OFFeIAL DIRECTORY. Wina Parish OCacom Conar or Armara Judges, J. B. Lee, oManaeld; D. N. Thomp son, of .arriimberg. Terms at Court: &ad Mondays in April and Deoemtber Fsr ý Couasr Ju e We -r, Columbia. District Attd&ey, 0. M. Grisham, Winnfield. Terms of Court-Caldwell Parish: Jury terms, 2nd Monday in January and 1st Monday in July. Civil trms, Itt Moodays in April and October. Jackson Parish: Jury terms. 1st Monday in February and 3rd Monday in July. Civil terms, 2nd Monday in May and 1st Monday in November. Winn Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mondays in June and December. Civil terms, 4th Mon day in March and 3rd Monday in October. Puansm Omrrcass Senator, C. H. Teal.... ..... .............. Olfax Bepresentative, Harry P. GamblerWinnfleld Sheriff, F. L. Shaw,................. Clerk of Court, P K. Abel.............. Assessor, J. T. Durham .................." Treasurer, J. W. Wasson.............. Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters.............. " Jvaracas or THa Pace- 1st ward, C. M. Bev...

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. — 6 April 1906

m: dm~b terst Veans uReaon osw Oibemas, Aprl 25-27. IFor the above ocasion the : LouAniia & Arkansas Railway Company will sell tickets via Georgetown, La., at the follow ing round trip rates: Hiope.-.---. Ark-.....--.....$ 800 Alton ..... " ........... 7 85 Patmos "........ " .....----... 7 80 Baker--..-.... " -.-... 770 Hafton " -...- ---_..r. 7 65 Stamps ..........-- . " -------- "--.. 7 55 Buchanan ....... " . .----------.. 7 55 McKime -. " ----.... 7 40 Ferguson ............ . ...............- 7 30 Taylor...... " .. 7 20 Spring Hill.......... La..............- 7 20 Sarepta ......-...-- - 7 15 Cotton Valley.. " . --.-----.. 7 05 H ortman ...........-.. " .............-- 6 90 Long Springs.. " ................ 6 80 Minden .........- " ...... .6 70 Sibley ..........-..... " ............ 6 55 Heflin " .-- 6 45 Fryeburg . "-.............. 640 Lawhorn " - 635 Jamestown..... " "---......._ 6 30 Castr ..... " .... 615 Alberta .....-- .. " ......_...... 615 Ashland -... " ....... 5 95...

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. — 6 April 1906

LOUISIANA ARKANSAS RAILWAY CO. "Always on Time." omnmacrTs To 1WOVrauaM 1. 19(. Southb'nd. STATIONs. INorthb'md (Via 8 L I M R) 2:21 pm Iv ... St. Louis, Mo... 7:18am nar 8:00 pm v ......Memphis, Tenn. 7:3am ar 1:5 am Iv .LittLe Rock, Ar . 8:0 pm ar 5:00 am Iv Texarkana, Ark 8:00 pm at 7:40 pm Iv Dallas. Texas ... 0 air ar 6:30 pm Iv! Fort Worth, Texas. 9:00 am ar 7-:45 am i. . Hope. Ark-.-- .. 4-bpm ar x:2 -m I- j Bt- L s--W .y) :2 pm " ... Memphis, Ten. 7:00 am ar 8:30 pm IV Jonesboro, Ark .... 655 am ar 1:55 am Iv. Pine Bluff, Ark ..12:55 am ar 4:30 am I .... Cmden. Ark. 10:15 pm as 58:40am Stamps. Ark . 2:5 pm 9:5 am ..prinhthill, La 1:48 pm 4 10:30 am ..Cotton Valley, La : pm 1118 am ... inden, L 12:20 pm tamlv (ViaV 8 & PRy) 12 6:20 amlv . Shbreveport, La.... 12:45 pm at 6:50 am v ..Vickaburg, Miss. 9:7 pm ar 11:40 am -...Sibley, La...... 11:47 am 1:31 pm Ashland, La .... 'le:20 am 1:51 pm ... Chestnut L .. ....l10:00 am 3:02 pm ..WINNFILD, LA..... 8:50 am 4:19 pm .Ge.. or...

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. — 6 April 1906

@ dth·aOlA.s onl iz Wa.Walker Cateh Wushtrs of te etrmilsen . 19mine at wmane.u weiem. iay AMlOMd by Om't .1 Com SisIere Vems. William Walker Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy was organised at the court house on Wednesday, the 4th day of April, 1906, with the following oficers: Mrs. Mary J. Nelson, Presi dent. Mrs. Annie Drewett, 1st Vice President. Mrs. Nina Moore, 2nd Vice President. Mrs. Mary E. Belcher, 3rd Vice President. Mrs. Nannie Burks, 4th Vice President. Mrs. Edna Gamble, Corre aponding Secretary. Miss ElviE Crawford, Record .ag Secretary. Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Trea marer. Miss Nettle Bernstein, His Mi.me Hele Teagle, Katie V1agle, 8allie u8tton, Jessie Nel sse. Meedames Berths Kidd, Claihem COrawford, Henrietta - Leva, Fannie Drewett, Virginia Seata , Eie Drewett. The naming of the chapter was avMry graceful act on the part of th lmdiems Col. Walker organ bed a company in Winn parish and was attached to what was kow as Gray's 28th regiment : diafsltry. On the pr...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 April 1906

bi 9 }2wan P.,b I wos em. 8 tbibs ,8. - rhs e b Demrsms, h B Lpt3hbs. I Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. Published Every Friday Morning. V SubShcrptea P.oo M er Y Pr. VOLUME XII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 19o6. NUMBER 44. POLICE JURY FINISHED 1' . ---* Sboeedings of.the Last Day's Session. April 6th. 1906. The police jury nlet persuant adjournment and resumed comn ;nmittee work. . The following prdinance was i-ffered and read and adopted by tions, and then, on motion, as adopted as a whole: AN ORDINAiNC. An ordinance to provide for the working of convicts on the public roads under Section 6 and 7 of Act No. 1,91 of 1904. SaCr.ON. 1. Be it ordained by police jury of the parish of inn in regular sesion convened: hereafter al persons who y be convicted and sentenced the court to serve a tern in 'i, or in default of the payment a fine and costs to an alternate in of imprisonment in jail shall - erorkad on the pub...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 April 1906

Tswnm uu 111Wn IE WUIIIE U EW*ELI aIL A.L Fil SWll (Invadibly each i1 advmae.) ~4THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL i tt he hko paper dVlW1 prh people. Advestiag rate uade known on appiotiob. Address lI- a ommasl and make aU clhes. drIsaud moey orade payable to T1he Seshra SEateL. Te senstiel will be glad to receive for pab liotiu the view. s rtapoaible citieas ups all LatLea oi pblic lterelst. AU articles for pabitI mast be sied b the writer, the ms wll ot be pablibhed. however, I the writer request that it be withheld. ,mI mm , . . . FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1906. WIIUEC PMMEI.S a TIE PIUC ItNAN. The police jury at the April e session passed an ordinance au- i thorizing the working on the pub- i lic roads all convicts who had been sentenced to the parish jail. This is certainly a step in the e right direction. Now that there is an acceptance I of the act of the legislature per- 1 mitting police juries to make pre visions to work convicts on the' public roads, the judge in future ] sentences can make ...

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. — 13 April 1906

ITY WITMIMANT answrmra wau prman... Short Order, -Meals, Cold Drinks ad Cigars. Next kor to Red Front Grocery Store, Jones Street, Opposite Court House. .... 1. D. NETTLES Deatal Srsus. wr..ases. .s- saness... AU tlmfn of d4.s w AM -d a 0an . 8 up mhi. L Wior.. B. L UPTON E CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER .a~r . m Winnfleld. b Sw. c. J. B. ROBERTS sna cmmseses at Law COLPAx, LA. 0. C.ClIANm,.Bf. M.D. Far. Nsa ..d The. - .J amas0A. M.ParC s..s :....a.Ib PmURsaa P51W. j :. a - r a 1. E, wn -MO y , V. *. . I ·J3US.W4&W. -* & duL·t·t-·t: v A .ors}+~l~c Abs7 .e ,a SYoeC et i fir ln at bthe Romer Racket 8tore. W1 ? j1g A. I. MoDeald has been quite sick but ais lmpwrig now. New magazines and periodicals at Smith & Grisham Drug Company's. Dr. D. E. James of Royal was a visitor to town Saturday. Comic postal cards of all kinds at Smith & Grisham brug Co. Editor E. S. Murrell, of the Verda Vernacular was in town Monday. All the latest magazines and period icals at Smith &. Grisham ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 April 1906

pa wia orgetow4i I ., ttthe ollow round tiirats: ope - Ark -- $ -- 00 Alton -... . "' i85 Patmos ... ......... 7 8 Hafton ..7 ... 6 Stamps ........... 7 5 Buchanan. ........ 7 55 .M Ktme.:-0.... " 7 40 Ferguson.......... _.... . 7 30 Taylor.......... ........ 20 Spring Hill:........ La........ 7 20 8arepta ............ 7 1 tatbt Valley.: " " 705 Hor,,?a ... 6 90 LctmB Springs. . 6 80' M inden ..........-...... 6 70 iSibley..... . ... 6 551 Heflin ... ...... ... 45' .Fryeburg "..----.- ....... 6 40 lLawhnrn ............ " ............... 6 35 " Jamestown .... .... 6 30 C a3stor ........... .......... 6 5 • ~lberta ....... . " 6 .15 tAshland . - " -.......5 59 Skidder.-...... "'- . 5. C bestaut 530 Ch st ut................. ................. 530 Oshkosh .............. " ......... -- 5 70 Jioldonna~ " 5565 IColdwater "- ................. 560 alvin.. " .5 45 ', a _ jy_........_........ . . ............. 5 40 !Winnfield ........ . ". 530 Moore.. ....... .. 515 abton ..... " ................

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. — 20 April 1906

,-g mm f - - - m-- - -. - --- - - - -.m- -. - im aP> Dsr, es. mawwbe8 I Established $859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. SPubsc.h·d very Friday S i . VOLUME XII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2o, $9o6. NUMBER 45. Local, Personal and Otherwise Brief Notes o a in and About the Town and Parh, and Akut the People ou Know. The Sardis trip was superb. The Sentinel oflice turns out the best. printing. -You get it for less at the Rouss Raccet Store. 1 What? j19 . Get Swift's Premium Hams, Bacon "mad Lard of Hoffpauir & Davis. Dr. G. WV. Tait of Pineville ipeant Tuetlday iight is this city. New magazines and periodicals at _nith & Grisham Drug Company's. . Msj. W\. A. Strong 'spve.t the t of tle w'eek onl a vl.it to Dr. E. S. Mixon is spendinu week at Verla ( on profes$ional `' L. Siesss and .1. M.. 1e.cher lt Sunday on a visit to l.exandria. ; Comic postal cards of all kinds t Smith & Grisham Drug Co. '.W. S. Peters of Tanneh...

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. — 20 April 1906

'I saus, C... .. iN U .T W"ntaod at te Whnnlela Poroc asmi (Invariably oash in advance.) . war, (peesrag bree) .--........................ -4 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL is tt the hose papar of Wain pah people. Advertisnag rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all esoa drafts and money orders payable to T 8otbern Sentinel. The Beatinel will be glad to receive for pub tication the views of responsible citizens upon all matters of public interest. All articles for pubication must be signed by the writer, the eame will not be published, however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. FBIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906. WIFIELD HICH SCHOOL. At the session of the School Board jeld on the 6th and 7th of this month they adopted a resolu tion which raises the grade of the High School of the Parish of Wien, in other words they adopted a three year course in the high school at Winnfield, and provided the course of study. They further provided that any student in the parish of...

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. — 20 April 1906

New Orlesans April 2537. ' For the above occasion the uiseaa & Arkansae Bailway opway will sell tickets via .G(eorgetown, La ,,at the follow I round trip rates. S. Ark -..---...... 3.. 00 kaltonu - " ..... -------. . 7 85 Patmos . " --..... 780 tker ..... ....-- . " - - -. . 7 70 :"Hafton. - ---- 7 65 -Stamp . -*- 7 55 Buchanan ------ - 7 _5 MeKne . " ............. 7 40 Ferguson " 30 :Ferguson ............ " ............... 7 20 .Taylor......--- .. 70 . Spring Hill ...L.... - ...........-- 7 20 amrepta........ . 7 15 -Cotton Valley " ... 7 05 ic Hortman " 6 90 Long Springs.. " ..............- ..so .linden . - ". 6 70 8ibley _..-_.- ....- 6 55 Heflin . . "6 45 j ryeburg .......--. "- . .......... 640 whrn ----------" 6 35 nestown....... " -....... 6 30 £tastor -- ..-------- 615 °Alberta ........." ...... 6 15 Ashland ........." ... -.... 5 95 8kider ............ " ........ 5 5 estnut ................... .. 30 -Oshkosh ............" ......... 5 70 e.olonna ...... ` . - 5 65 oldwat...

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. — 20 April 1906

Don't Wear Dirty Sox '"Spring Cleaning" time is here and let us discard the heavy clothes we have worn during the winter. Nature demands that we be comfortable at all times and this is impossible un less we have suitable clothing. In Our Stock You will find everything needed to make you comfortable during the entire spring and summer season. Our goods are of the best quality and purchased by us with a full knowledge of the requirements of qpr customers. It is our purpose to always please and to give full value. Our stock makes us feel secure in the belief that we can give better values now than ever before. All the spring and summer weights in hosiery and underwear are embraced in our stock and if you are not cool, comfortably and . healthily clad it is not our fault. T. J. DREWETT -Gents Furnishings CORNET MAIN AND JONES STREETS, WINNFIELD, LA. BANK OF WINNFIELD Capit.al.--. --.- -....----- .-......-..-- $25,000 Serps and Proit- ------ ----- -------11,000 And total reesorces of ove...

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. — 27 April 1906

S·untberunen=nei _a Ii . Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. P ,hed every S.riy . VOLUME WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA FRIDAY, APRIL 27, ar. VOLUME XII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 39o6. NUMBER 46. RUTHLESSLY SHOT DOWN Awful Stories From Stricken San Francisco. Salt Lake, Utah. April 26. That three men were shot to death on a blazing roof in San Francisco to keep them from burning alive is asserted by Max 'Fast, a garment worker who ecame here yesterday. '"When the fire caught the Windsor Hotel at Fifth and SMarket," said Mr. Fast, "there . were three men on the roof and It was impu.-oible to get them Sdown. Rather than see the 'crazed men fall in with the roof and be roasted alive the military officer directed his men to shoot ithem, which they did in the pres 'enc" of five thousand people. I .saw gr.at stones fall on three .men near the City Hall, crushing tie life out of theu. In Union Square I stood beside...

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. — 27 April 1906

sek Iusla4, it tis Sia, Wll] Bul4 South. A dispatch from Alexandria to the Times-Democrat says: The following prominent railroad of ficials were here today: W. T. Tyler, general manager, and Col. G. Knobel, chief engineer of the Louisiana and Arkansas railroad, and H. U. Mudge, second vice president; D. E. Cain, general manager. J. B. Berry, chief engineer; T. Roope. superintend eat of motive power; W. S. Tins man, general superintendent; J. G. Bloom, engineer of mainte nance of right of way; J. McGie, master mechanic; J. C. Nolan, superintendent, and E. A. Pierce, attorney of the Chicago and Rock Island. 1hey came from Winnfield to Tioga in a train con sisting of three passenger coaches over the Louisiana and Arkansas, and thence over the Iron Moun tain railroad to this city. Vice President Mudge will go to New udes.na tonight and the remain .der of the party returned to Winnfield over the Valley Rail road. As stated in these dis patches several weeks ago, the Arkansas Southern Rai...

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. — 27 April 1906

LONG USED TO ERTHQUAKES Goldea (late lletroplis flas Been Shaken Often In the Past. PRESENT WORST EVER KNOWN Some of the Skyscrapers and Other Buildings Destroyed - Magnificent City Hall In Ruins-Fires Ar. rested by Dynamite-Earth. quake of 1868 Described by Mark Twain. T IE recent disastrous earthquake extending over so large c part of the Pacific coast region and wrecking such an ext-tuii e see.Bon of the city of San Francisco was :: ,r the first of tl:ese catastrophes kno,-n n1 the we-tern te trooolis. tho)'ah by all odds the most damaging. F", tn"ny years the municipal au thbor :ie refused to permit tall build ing- in the city because of the fe tr of eart hnuakes, several of which h::l al i re::, It,-, experiueneed. Finally the intetr hltion was removed. how ever, and a numbller of skyscrapers resuite.d. Prior to 1890 there was hardly a building in ex.cess of five stories and only a few of that height. Today there is one ei-hhteen stories high and quite a number from twelve to f...

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. — 27 April 1906

ý i~r asmno rl t as. L , - _ .r ........... em ._. laM an STHn aorUTHtN SENTINEL i t -* te.m paPr wd Whe pris people. a sr ate sode known on appl.cation. Adds anl eeman loatioi and make nfl 'l dadle an mmeyr orders payable to s!e Seanda wll be glaSd to reoelte for pub 84od the of respousible citisens upon tor p ntemet. Au artesic for ;lhalica aibe by the rtfr. the will met a+ pub however, Ii the asat that it be withheld. FRIDAY; APRIL 27, 1906. - ,,sm -e, . It is with considerable gratifi *tion that we notice the standing tie Winn parish teachers at meeting of the State Teachers aation held at Baton Rouge -week. We are informed that ipaziish stood -third. We adait however, that we do nd -the method used 'icng the standing, but the 661ti" teachers stood third -fine parishes, includ certiitaiHy means ;M and we have further =ý_ informed that the two in' es w.jch stood ahead of e &etc i io and W\Vest R ae. The extreme limit Ot either of those parishes, will et exceed forty- mike fro...

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. — 27 April 1906

And the Ladder He Bonows One From Capeaner Iioriupon and Causes Al Kids of Trouble. S[Cpyr'rtht. I'o, by; McClure. Phillips & Co.] y H 'l'XY," said Mrs. Skinner to I*r; d:utiful son as he came town late to his breakfast o:a Sat;crti:y morning, "your fe f.i:er left "%ord befo:." lie went away ;th,:lt youil n\:c_ it go to Thompson's r::pl):,nter" t'::N;:, a.nd hortrow a ladder. I. s. ,a t. to u, 2: twhen he comes ho.:, toll ih.." "'::t how ,:ica I carry a ladder -a:., ;o'.. d Hlumpy. "I ca : wsC:t you can. Here's a u;-i;,l to hire 'oime boy to go with rou. T1.iat ;lltr.d the case. Humpy re c', ;I:lretd si-iintg two boys once car ryi.. ;; !:J!. t:::;:,h the streets, and thiy s:e: .,,I to le hIaving lots of fun. Sand y the ?ie he had finished break fast he was quite enthusiastic over the mat a r. .. \h:ant you wV:ant to do." said his ! mother as he wa-sA :.ady to go, "Is to . get some steady boy to go with you. Hle iunst carry o;0e cad of the ladder and you the other. nad you don't ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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