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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 July 1906

to Ia Rescome.es It ADMITS CHARGE IS TRUE .That Printing is Let Out by Combination--Wants it Reconsidered. The Southern Sentinel of last week used half a column of its space in trying to explain to the public how it happened that W. B. Smylie, of the Winnfield Comrade, was elected Parish Printer. In our last issue we briefly referred to the meeting of the Police Jury and to its election 1 of officers, but did not attempt to offer any reason why M r. Smy lie was elected. We should, however, have stated that his election was due to the fact that our friends supported him as a result of.a misunderstanding be- i tween ourselves,the circumstances at the tiame being such that we could not prevent it till it. was too late. As pointed out by the Sentinel there had been an effort made along a co-operrtive line between The Dodson Times and the Com rade and our friends, the general understanding being. that if our forces should work; together and we should be successful in our plans the divisi...

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 July 1906

ýM 01.* M Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. svu Ser. VOLUME XIII. * WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1906. NUMBER 7. THE RICH SCHOOL The Faculty for the Next Session is Complete. TO OPEN SEPTEMBER 10 Several New Teachers Have i Been Employed for the Coming Year. The Board of Directors of the i Winnfleld High School met last Friday sad elected a faculty for the coming session and fixed a date for the opening of the school and also the salaries to be paid to the teachers. The faculty and salaries are as follows: Prof. G. A. Dutton, principal, salary $125 per month. Prof. G. A. Payne, first assist ant; Miss Ophelia Stone, second assistant; Prof. .I. .1. Mixon, third assistant; salaries $70 per month each. * Prof. W. T. Norman, fourth assistant; Mass Lqttie Long, fifth esistant; Miss Ella Peters, sixth asistant; salaries $60 per month -asch. Miss Agnes Green, primary blacher, salary $70 per month. Miss Carrie McCain, musi...

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 July 1906

f or r'c·Jf6m· $5,00 to , put up $1,500 last Satur y and secured license to sell whiskey for the balance of the present year. T h is will give Winn parish a saloon after six years of prohibition. It was in December, 1899, when the saloon conducted by T. D. Machen near where Fay Spur is Inow located was closed because of high license. Best Medicine ia the World for Colk and Diarrhoea "I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best remedy in the world," says Mr. C. L. Carter of Skirum, Ala. "I am subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last spring it seemed as though I would die, and I think I would if hadn't taken Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re-nedy. I haven't been troubled with it since until this week, when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the twenty-five cent size Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy, and this morning I feel like a new man." For sale by The Phoenix Drag Store. New Brick Buildings. Two new brick 'bui...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 July 1906

JOHN T. O QUIN, . R. R. GIBSON, -N -itotteh, La.. Winnfield, La. Price and Quality Leaders. We take pleasure in calling attention to our follow ing offerings for this week. Our stock is new and complete -in every department and we candily say We CAN SAVE YOU MONEY on your PURCHASES Skirtings, Silks, Etc. Notions. . Towels, Pillow Cases, Calicoes, Domestics, Etc.' This week we are showing some very Our stock of Notions is always corn- Sheets, Etc. All Standard Calicoes per yard ........................ 5 " nothing~S'ot<'h Lawns, per yard .......................... 3 1-2c attractive things in Skirtings, Silks, etc. plete and consists of nothing but the best wel, lenned prieach ......................... Apron CheckPlaid, per yard...........3 5c ec Apron Check Plai, per yar........... 36 inch Mohairs, all colors Handkerchief Speciaties. Towels, Fringed, price each 10. C 7-8 Brown Domestic per yard.............. 5 Price per yard ...... ......... $ .50 Ebroidried llandkerchiefs, 1c val...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 July 1906

. UInmPw.. - wnnaaer d masageru atmesM a e th Widesid Potets e amml aiend tmhe esoadclm. 3UBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in Idvance.) Os.wr (p.r.e free) . :- :-..:::::' ::i:::_ el jslara of the Parish Scheel Bssrd sad the Tews at Wiansld. Advertislag rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all checks, drafts and money orders payable to The Soathern Sentinel. The Sent.nel will be glad to receive for pub licatiEo 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 reqaeats that it be withheld. FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1906. THE MOONU001T PICNIC. The moonlight picnic given by the Daughters of the Confederacy on the 13th, inst., was a most delightful affair and quite a suc cess. The rain in the late after noon made quite a number who/ would have attended keep away, thinking that the affair was called off. But William Walker Chapter...

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 July 1906

H OWN COUNCIL t sImgs of Speolal Session Held July S0. The, Board of Aldermen of the Town of Winnfield met Friday, July 20, 196, in response to the following-notice sent by Hon. C. M. Bevill, Mayor, to each salderman: Mayor's Office, Town of Winn field: Winnfield, La., July 20. 1906. S. M. Abel, W. P. Cooper, R. H. Fletcher, J. M. Leeper, J. R. Watts, Members of Board of Aldermen, Town of Winnfield, La.: You are hereby notified .that a special meeting of the Board of Aldermen' of the Town' of Winn field, La., will be held at the Mayor's office in said town on Friday evening at 4 o'clock, for the purpose of ordering an elec tion to take the sense of the property tax payers of the said town on the question of the levy of a special tax of two mills on the dollar valuation of all the property'in said town in aid of the Tremont &,Gulf Railroad; to fix the time of holding saidelec tion; appoint commissioners to act, to do and perform all things required of said Town . Council necessar...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 July 1906

ABSOLUTELY GIVEN AWAY Appreciating the business the trading public has given me and believing that at least one of our parish papers and a good agricul tural paper should be in every home, I now offer year's sub scription to both the Southern Sentinel and the Atlanta ('onstitu tion absolutely free to each and every person trading the amoun t of $25 cash with me. 1iou do not have to trade the full amount at one time. You can keep a state ment of each purchase till full amount is purchased. This offer holds good till August 1st. This is no catch penny, bt a strictly business proposition. Yours for business, S. J. HARPER WINNFIELD BAKERY F. M. GATES, Proprietor Full line of fresh bread, cakes, pies and rolls at all times. Also full line of Staple and Fancy Gro town. Out of town orders iled and shipped promptly. Telephone 3. Cash on the spot; no deviation from this rule u.O.O*O*O*O*@*O*O*O*O*O S OUAIENNIE IYAMS, a o ' O 0 o Civ. Engineer ., Real Estate ? o , e Broker ad Ja o S Abstracto...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 July 1906

U .mainw~I anin7DuSr - *' s . - i TIP . Piqape... ·~ ~~ur rwq 7iiln"R at p.a. ooia$! a. ` . N T.ipe. Mu-E.R Rile Ssqiy.-Re.. I A. Rol -. Pawor. .yiasa .very as at Su a sTIPp. a. Prraysrmti sw ' at.. Pl.R. Abel. ipt. Muwasm P..uiam,-Da. N. V. Lmaip ~r.ersevisesm eery eird uu i .ImSalay tbool evey a . ay atpCm. MrI~rs. laura 3al.Spt. RALWAY TIME -TABLE. & ArAk.y.. No.. N 1 Dsp. iI1C.~-. ls.----- -op~i..... ........ .. s:eaPp No.! szraoa ._-......----Va1bo .tbsnt----..d..8:5Oam Ra Rhos Va oy. N.o, esthbbmai. lesaves6s. m. daily. Io 4 ,orwthbamd, arrlvsaf:10 p. m, daily. .1 aothboaad, arrives 7: p. m. N o, l. woan Lae1: a Bussm Bras jesse N.. 1P. . a A. M.-Oeo. A. Kelly. W. N.; (1. A. Paym, ý.dretae7. Bedal n mee Sa ol~Q 1e~day Sm . - eidsas id ' 8ati rdlp i each sonth. at1 p. a. CIuaj CAMP No. 101 N. 0. W.-Dr. I. E. Sihea C. C.; C. M. Durhm. Clerm. Rep ular umei*ae 1.t and 15th d each moIfh. 7:30 p. ma. * aurasa Srua Loses El K. or P.-Cas NoeC. C.; J. J. Mixom. KoLa B. Rtular meeti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 July 1906

. oWatch This Page a o Next Week for the AD. of 0 S0 0 SSIESS=BELCHER P S.:.. ...tch This P.geO .o4l, O·OoOINOoO·OoOeO .e e o0e0e·oO OeO OO~eOO·OOO ....... A 1Narow Escape. loa. J. M. McCain of near' Montgomery came to Winnfield W ednesday night to attend the Farmers' Union Warehouse meetig bhere, and informed us of a narrow escape from death of a young eouple. Last Satur day Mr. Oliver, a traveling man, and Miss Shaw of Montgomery were out driving and as they reached the reeidence of Mr. Dave Mathi snear Ebeneaer Camp Ground, there being in dications of a heavy rain, they' decided to stop. Theybad barely reahed the porch when lightning strsck the post to 'which the horse was hitbched. The horse was instantly killed aad.the buggy was also damaged. It was a warrow escape. Messrs. Cas Moss, Superan emidsat, C. P. Mathis, President. OUd Jo*u Stinson, W. R. Mixon. 41. L %hBr J. W. Hughes. B. ja. Oaks, W. M. Loang and B. F. -owers, membem of the school besrd, want to Baton Rouge this kiO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 August 1906

Se Paa~nth I'eoIubiiPbe a w1t .MSc . lh .,I Established e859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. Phd Every Fd .orin. tVOLUME XIIr WNEiDWlsh . theFID WN ASubscript on S.oo per Mar. VOWUME XIEL WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUT j, 19o6. NUMBER 8. DISTRICT CONFERENCE. Clpand a Three Days' Session Last Saturday. The District Conference held here last week was in every way a sucoess. Quite a number said it was the most pleasant Confer ence they had attended fr years Thi.attendance was larger than usual, there being twenty nine preachers and about fifty delegates and visitors. With one eazeption the pastors were all prieent to represent their char ged, and their reports showed the work of the district to be in a prosperous condition. Several chlrches have been erected dur in ,.the year. Homier is now budding a $12.000 brick church, and Minden a more costly one. A iumber of revivals have been beIld resulting in many accessions to.he church. lvo. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 August 1906

Smith & iGrisham Drug Company Full line of Fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnish and Painters' Supplies. Toilet Articles, Office Supplies and Fancy Stationery Prompt .f and .o Courteous s. Attention. Smith & Grisham Drug Company Corner Main and Abel Strets Winnfld, Louisiana BsT4IJSID 1879 -Gus Gehr WHOLESALE GROCER LI UQUOR DEALER Front and DeSoto Streets, Alexandria, La. $3.20 Sent to me I will ship to you by express prepaid, in plain box without any marks to indicate the contents, four full quart bottles" Cream of Anderson, seven years old pure Rye whiskey. SOLE AGENT for the Celebrated Small Grain whiskey, Lewis & Son 1866 Whiskey, Oream of Anderson whiskey, The Quinine whiskey, Hunter's BRye whiskies, The Schlitz Brewing Company. SMALL GRAIN-The Celebrated Small Grain whiskey which I sell for $2.00 per gallon, other houses are asking $4.00 and their liquor is not as good. f23 An Ideal Realized Ia to s rm ua e dmevelop a perfect wihsle-a-e tate wts aid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 August 1906

JOHN T. O'QUIN, R. R. GIBSO N,. Ntch es, l. Winnfield, La. bO The ONE PRICE SPOT CASH DRY GOODS STORE '" Quick Sae We are receiving daily New Goods of every description ©, SQuick Sales and Small Profits and we want you to see them. It costs you nothing to Honest Goods for your Honest " look, and we want you to feel that our store is yours, SIs Our M otto. and to always remember that it's a pleasure to us to Dollar Is Our M ethod. please you. , . . .0 0 Skirtings, Silks, Etc. Notions. Towels, Pillow Cases, Calicoes, Domestics, Etc. This week we are showing some very attr-.c- Our stock of Notions is always complete and Sheets, Etc. All St:udard Calicoes per yard ................... 5 tive things in Skirtings, Silks, etc. consists of nothing but the best. Scotch Lawns, per yard . ...__ .................. 3 1-2 Towels, Hemmed, price each ...................... b5c Apron Check Plaids, per yard ......................... 5 36 inch Mohairs, all colors, Handkerchief Specialties. Towels, Frin...

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. — 3 August 1906

SOUTHERN SENTINEL Published Weekly by THE SENTINEL PUBIUSNINC COMPANY WILL A. STRONG,........ Editor and Manager. Entered at the Winnufeld Poetofice as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) One yea r (postage free) .. .... .......... Six months, .60 Three months, " . Offidl Journal of the Parish School Board and the Tow. of Winnfleld. Advertising rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all ch.cks, drafts and money orders payable to The Southern Sentinel. The Sentinel will be glad to receive for pub lit ation the views of responsible citizens upon a': matters of public interest. All articles for .aibiication must be signed by the writer, the Lume will not be published. however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1906. THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. There appears to have been a family row during the election of a chairman of the State Central Committee last week in New ) rileans. Accordin...

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. — 3 August 1906

lotlee. I have been forced to move my gallery from up town and will not have another one located for several days, but I have my equipment at my residence and will call at your home and take -your pictures, finishing them up at my residence. Let me know when you want pictures made and I will call. a3. L. A. DEBRAY. Old maids would be scarce and hard to find, Could they be made to see, How grace and beauty are combined By using Rocky Mountain Tea. Phoenix Drag Store. Judge J. T. Wallace, lion. O. aM. Grisham, Mr. .I. D. Pace, Hon. H. P. Gamble awd Maj. Will A. Strong made a trip to Shreveport this week to :atteaa the meetings of the Congress.ional, Railroad Commission, Stattc Board of Equalizers and .Inlt-ta;al[ Committees, which met in Shreve port yesterday and today. * * a. In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days' notice for eviction of a cold. Use the original laxative cough syrup, Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. No opiates. Sold by Smith & Grisham Drug Co. " ...

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. — 3 August 1906

DIRECTORY. CHUBLHE8. Fias BAPTIST Caraca-Services every S.n day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayermeet ing every Wcdnesday at . :3 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at P a. m. Rev. J. z. Durham, Pastor. O. M. Grisham, Supt. MEranDris EPISCOPAL Sorvn-Rev. R. A. Hol loway, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. I and 7:3 p. m. Prayermeetrmnevery Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at V a. m., P. K. Abel. Supt. MrrEoDIST PROTESTAET-ReV. W. W. Lantrip. Pastor. Services every third Sunday at ii a. in. Union Sunday ech..,l every Sunday at 3 p. m. Mrs. Laura Eagles. Supt. LODGES. 4 EAsnaRN STAR LODGOB No. 151 F. a A. M.-Geo. A. Kelly, W. M.; G. A. Payne, Secretary. Regular meet ings on 2nd Saturday in each month, at I p. m. CEDA1 CAMP NO. 107 W. O. W.-Dr. I. E. Siegs. C. C.; C. M. Durham, Clerk. RBeg ular meetings Ist and 13th of each month, 7:30,p. m. EASTERN STTR LODGR 97 K. OF P.--Cas Mn.C. J . J. Mizon, K. of R. & S. Regnular meetings 1st and 3rd Fridays in each month at...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 August 1906

~~7LY Appreciat ig Oh., t radling p3' believing V1 0-11, perish T+ý.l!· . ' ral = Shme, I1 scripti'tSe in Sa~liinci a:;i ' ~ ;' tion al+. ,l f : ~ 3 every f,.r: - :,"+ - - of $25 c- l . haveto t, 3 at; one tin'i. vent o amount if holds g . ,.:. _ . busineor n.pr!t S. Js W N4 F. Ti Ful cAW fr. I' c :ri r. ',. Ali~o fi" ' · · · · c 1ri(·f. 1 . : ship;L 0B the GP Ibe : - : - ·· ýaao~:r- ý : r3;oi· O " C. Q C, CC 0 Abst~titý._ .. C II ~,0.o~c~" - - - DR. E. >7 4 Viifit.. , ..1c 6,c. ; pt .;. tile !Week- fi+i ,_. ; ,.· : ";!S z 7-7 Psoclbr ict a'JCQ:aa·s 1p h u 42 . X.. ..a...;. .!1 asPcY Lto.O.C.Q'O' . oO O S WOGLSBY J': -y ; ?2 ina rar i.uz ...................... Y kpý M 1:`; ··i;'·. !L F '' ,ý"ýDRWPigl=ý "u." : AN *~ 9t. ctra$1T.- - .:1 '- Sts. an:: d: ^~r cn a d . 1.~. :It: G ~O'wen aJ4 O EARL F. i!"'ý? fn tJ;.ý i t ( .rrt. the r cc: ~in ited :.·n - · w ce.. W w1U*C . 4. may,. - º ýkY.ýý Ct3 &-WALLACF. 4$ . ` -A;?12O .K-AT>LA W. .u L04.titlAA. j~ tbi tj*-vr:tt l W i zm and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 August 1906

tinuing until Satu y A ust t o 00 THE REASON OF THIS SALE. AN UNUSUALLY HEAVY SPRING BUSINESS has forced us to order and reorder in all of our departments an immense lot of choice merchandise, Ssuch as you can only find in a First Class Dry Goods Establishment. In consequence of these frequent reorders, we find on our hands many broken lots of choice new goods. THESE WE MUST CLOSE OUT IF PRICES WILL DO IT. 0 SMEN'S SHOES. Ladies' Handkerchiefs . Corsets. LADIES' SHOES. 50e quality at ..... $3.04 q;! it" t' t2.15 The Celebrated AMERICUS in low and high 35e quality at,. ..................... 25e 2-5 o ,t 1.7, The Celebrated QUEEN QUALITY cuts, in Kid and Vici $4.50 value for... .$2-85 .25e quality at .................. 20 2.00 q.tt at 1.2oo values for. $2.15 SOne Lot of M. D. Wells Shoes, 20c quality at ................. 15e 1.5 t , t 1.1 $4.oo and $4.50 values for........................... .85 15c quality at ............................ 10 1.25 quality at 3.50 values for ..... 2. " ...

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. — 10 August 1906

I!: -:--P I 11.· k# el ~e u, e.. 34 , '7. ' Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. ise bscimUpU Y. p v. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST io, igo6. NUMBER o. SEPTEMBER 6TH Is the Date for flaking, Nomination. RAILROAD COMMISSION tive Committee of the Third District Held Meeting. The Democratic Executive Committee of the Third District of the Louisiana Railroad Com miasson met in the court house Friday at 2 o'clock for reorgani zation and to fix the date for the primary election for the nomina tion of a candidate. The assemr blage was rapped to order by Judge T. F. Bell of Caddo, and J. F. Stephens of Red River was named as secretary. The committee on credentials reported as follows: Present: Bomsier--W. B. Boggs. Caddo-T. F. Bell. Claiborner-J. R. Hulse. Concordia-Harrison Stewart for J. L. Dagg. DeSoto-D. B. Means forD. M. Atkinson. East Carrol-E. Wayles Brown for W. B. McRae , rOant-J. L. Fletcher for C. I. Ted...

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. — 10 August 1906

SOUTHERN SENTIEL Paubshed Weekly by THE SENTINEL PUBUSHINC COMPANY WILL A. STRONG, ....-- ditor and.Manager. Entered at the Winnfeld Poscoeice as mail matter of the seondclasa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) One year (postage free) ....... 1.00 Six months, .. .0 Three months, " " Oficial Journal of the Parish School Board and the Town of Winnfleld. Advertising rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all checks, drafts and money orders payable to The Southern 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 .sme will not be published, however, if the writer requests that it be withh-id. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1906. LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. We are in receipt of the cat alogue of that famous institution, the Louisiana State University of Louisiana at Baton Rouge. It is replete with interesting ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 August 1906

:Ieties Inlterested in the ti*ardM e of Louisiana. An important measure (Act 1i4s o 1806) was recently passed by the Louiiana State Legisla tari amending act 153 of 1904. The new law requires all feeds fed to animals, "except hays. mraws, cotton seed hulls, and eart stover, when same is not minel with other materials, the whole seed or grain of cereals ibhe not mixed, and the unmixed al lnd grits of Indian corn," : to be tagged with State Depart meoat tags which are furnished to tegstered dealers and miuanufac .turers by Comrnissioner Cirs. -' Schuler, Baton Rouge. Li.., at Sthe rate of twenty-five cents for a Ssulcient quantity to tag one tIn, and each and every sack before offered for sale for use in L',is ana, must not only have a State Department tag attached to it. but must also be branded in the sam manner, with the guarantee as registered with the State Corn ~ui6sao.er, and the name of Brand Manufacturer, and domicile of hamse as follows: Bill Jones Milling Company, St. Louis...

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