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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 September 1906

SPROPOSED AMENDMENTS (Continued frein page thre"..) ACT No. 122. By Mr. Beale. S-,.nate liill No. 9S. JOINT R:EstLc"T(" iON. Proposing an amendment t, Artiee _2!1 of the (untstitutionl of the State of Louisiana, relative to Irainage dis tricts. Section 1. Be it rcsl-ved ly the Gen eral Assembly of the Stat of louisi ana, two-thirds of all tle mnembers elected to each liHouse crncurring. That an amendment to the t'onstiution of the State of Louisiana 11e subhmitted to the qualified electors of the State for their approval or rejection, as re quired by Article 321 of the Constittu tion, at the Congressional election onl the first Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 190t6. amending Article 2s1 of the ('onstitu tion so as to read as follows: Article 2s1. Municipal corporations, parishes, school districts and fd4tainage and sewerage districts, the city of New Orleans excepted, when authtri.zed to do so by a vote of a majority in: nulllI ber and amolltunt of the property ...

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. — 21 September 1906

Cast Away on a desert island, naked and forlorn, a suit of inferior fabric, styled a year back and cut a pile at a time by man chinery, would be a0 God-send. But what is as desirable for YOUIR wear, in this enlightened age, &s an all-wool garment, fashioned in the style of today and cut singly to your individual order? Let us show you-our new line of sev. oral hundred patterns and take your . "measure. R. W. FORDYCE, Fine Tailoring Winfield, La. DIRECTORY. KA : *ee~aat .1 . a.gRetv. Ils Lremr acra y~& Siwsu-ev.8o atemf 9 I-v. at. Rw. -L aPbj pm. XwstnB.up .Supt. P· Puu. sersoes every a "a' matt 1 pOG.m. ý EAsurn SPAS LODE No: tR P. A. Y.-Gie. A. Kelly, W. [.; 6. A. Pajue, imp s 2d 8abal eay i ký,K" z , ear3mouth. ati1P.M.. cmaoa cawi Ito17 W . VW-Dr.L 14 Daze OL Rs 4mr meedu lrýat .3 uat of ..a L, 1&pn . ý a Brasw Coat es m K. or P~3. a & DgabmC. d. .ga .9at M . tipy.s ro udruelgss drhs e t. Mrs~ c; . Max, H., tr it a "M7 stomach not eat, end my awri~nked -that!I cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 September 1906

POWELL MARBLE- WORKS Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of Marble and Granite Monuments, Headstones and Iron Fencing 8 Any design furnished on short notice and at a reasonable price. Cornr of Johnston and 4th streets, Opposite Postolce, ALEXANDRIA, LA tL ..FRIEDMAN.. b .gamin' - , Shoes e S..,H,..,- I We have 'em of all "., `°,'Mq ...in 1 kinds, fancy and plain, rtting of he b !iferent part·. good and better. You that when -O do n't have to go else- n Y"get cean II right . where to be suited. size t4 rou* are over Avery good rreut~r ior ihe _At...v....r.Ro... T. J. Drewett $3ttoM44. u a-teis ,aI// &i7A . GENTS FURNISHINGS I WINNFIELD, - LOUISIANA a Ia a C Fresh M EATS I We have opened a new and up-to-date butcher shop next to Levan & Dann, on Main street east of rail- ' road, where will be found at all times a full supply of f CHOICE BEEF FROM RIVER BOTTOMS ALSO PORK, MUTTON, SAUSAGE, ETC. Prompt and free delivery. Open at all hours. A portion of your patronage solicited...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

Th Sietn thee PubslAed Every Friday Morning 7INm l r.atcaBiheaIa. uers Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. , Subbscrptihe ,.oo per Year. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19o6. NUMBER 16. FOUND DEAD IN ROAD V W. L. Mithell Had Two Loads t of Buckshot in Body-B. F. Peterson Arrested. W. L. Mitchell, who was well known in Winnfield. having run a 1 meat market here about two z years ago, was found dead in the road near the Brewton mill in a ward ten last Saturday evcning I with two loads of buckshot in his 3 body, one load in the left side e Just above the hip and another % load in the head. He was prob- i ablyshot from ambush. Corner J. J. Peters was noti- t fled and held an inquest Sunday t and found sufficient evidence to charge the crime to B. F. Peter- i son, a merchant and farmer of t that section. Mr. Peterson was 1 arrested by Deputy Sheriff J. R. I Cupp and is now in the parish I jail awaiting a p...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

___NDUM[NTS To the Constitution of the State of Louisiana, to be Voted on in an Election to be Held Tuesday, November, 6. 19o6. ACT NO. 2. By Mr. Dupre. House Bill No. 23. AN ACT To thorlse and require the City of New Orleans, through the Board of Liquidation of the City Debt, to issue and sell bonds. which shall be exempt from taxation, for the payment of the debt due for salaries of school teachers and portresses for the years 18.5, 188 and I.i7; to provide for the pay ment of the principal and interest of said bonds; and to snbmit to the people an amendment of the Constitution authorizing the issuance of said bonds, and ratifying the provisions of this Act. Whereas, the City of New Orleans has for many years. been indebted to her school teachers and portresses, a merittrions body of her citizens, for personal services ren dered under contract with the Board of Directors of her public schools: and Whereas, the people of this State, by the pro visions of Article 315. 316 and Sti of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

Apspeal Is Eade to Hold For la'e Than Beat and Bread Prise. The Southern C$ton Associ ation has fixed 10 cents as the lowest price at which any one should sell their cotton this fall and winter. Can you doubt. our getting this price or better if we try? All we need to make cotton bring 10 cents or even more is * the help of the people who have the cotton. Do not sell any of your cotton for less than 10 cents and use all the influence you haVe to prevent others sell ing for less than 10 cents. Every bale that our enemies buy for leeshan 10 cents is used as a club with which to beat down the price of the unsold cotton. Remember that 10 cents is the meat and bread line and that our enemies will starve us if they can. Stand like men and work like beavers to prevent our enemies crossing the meat and bread line. Let us show them for once that though-they have starved us in the past they cannot do it again. They are now spending thousands of dollars telling you in the news papers how the f...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

Ptbadbi W.stly by T SEITIml FUrISiMc COPANY atered at the Winaseld Poseolce as mail matter of the econd class. WILL A. STRONG, .........Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) One year (poatage free) ...........................--- Thee mo t s, " . ...----- --... ............. 'hree months," U ....... Olldal Journal of the Parish Schooel Beard amd the Tom of Winafleid. Advertising rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all checks, drafts and money orders payable to The Southern Sentineil 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 name will not be publihshed, however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. Friday, September 28, 1906. BRYAN'S VISIT TO NEW ORLEANS. Hon. William J. Bryan is today the honored guest of the people of New Orleans, and as the Great Commoner, as the forem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

A j Most men realize that they have personal peculiarities of figure which ready-to-wear .garments never quite provide for. Tihey're usually bought in defer ence to purse rather than o . judgment. We measure for clothes for every requirement at prices to suit every purchaser. Selection of cloth need not be confined to one or -two fabrics. You can choose from five hundred. . m .roin.mv .... o Your measure taken EL V. Prc Co.memj "while you wait." R,- W. FORDYCE, Fine Tailoring Winafeld, La. DIRECTORY. sa- ever, Ouum8w m iý a~l n a.a. ·ad 7:3 Pra~enmeet 3tpgea eat a. p at fu. tPsr. 0.U. Praymtm. iev. y$ M 4poin. So 1R.ea-Bev. 6. 1*. 151: V. a A. M- everA Keir o. . I. N;i, G..aýn, -. Xr3ee.1seer r ~al t -1 - V S` ýrday l e.. lee. at pIm Jrraaa l Cras. No. lNo I W . 0 . W.-idw. A. 3 Suem,. C.A. CG A . P ne, iap oa 2 ~ rd S. day IsJ = saº mom, lat P sa W1. 0. W--ft. L -L Me* 0. C.; C. ILP~lr t8sp. a.e e b *a Se*a Lei W L. .stal as . - i~ne 6etlj+ 'TMLi ar i o!! ttlis sc aeti ti,. . O.II....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

EOOD IM s in di spensible to the busy man. Good time is im possible unless your watch is in good order. Repairing. cleaning and regula is my speci&¶ty. All work Guaran J. W. PERDUE Main Street, Fronting Court House WINNFIELD BAKERY F. M. GATES, Proprietor Full line of fresh bread, cakes, pies and rolls at all times. Also fall line of Staple and Fancy Gro ceries,. Free delivery to all parts of town. Out of town orders mled and shipped promptly. Telephone 3. cash on the spot; no deviation from this rule. JUDGE WATKINS' WORK Looking After Various Matters i ecting Fourth District. A Washington special to the Times-Democrat says: Judge Watkins stopped off in Washington today on his way home from the Bryan reception in New York and spent most of the day attending to department matters. What concerned Judge Watkins most was the possibility that Louisiana would fail to get her share of the appropriations for fighting the boll weevil and the cattle tick. The Louisiana Legislature failed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

AMENDMENTS (Oomtiased from pae two.) ACT NO. 122. By Mr. Beale. Senate Bill No. 9b. JOINT RESOLUTION. roposasg an amendment to Article 281 Sthe Constitution of the State of Louisiana, relative to drainage dis triets. Section L Be it resolved by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisi asa, two-thirds of all the members elected to each House concurring, That an amendment to the Constiution of the State of Louisiana be submitted to the qualified electors of the State for their approval or rejection, as re quired by Article 321 of the Constitu tion, at the Congressional election on the irst Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 1906, amending Article 281 of the Constitu tion so as to read as follows: Atticle 281. Municipal corporations, parishes, school districts and drainage and sewerage districts, the city of New Orleans excepted, when authorized to do so by a vote of a majority in num ber and amount of the property tax payers, qualified as electors under the Const...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 September 1906

Give Ue the Wows. Report all items of interest to this office. They will be appre ciated and each item will help to make the paper much more in teresting. We cannot get all the news but by your help we can get the lion's share and that is what we wish to do. We want-all the news that's news. Heon. Harry P. Gamble made a business visit to Alexandria yes terday. OW110 BANKS INCIEASE BUSINESS i * 0 " Des Moines bank ers are learning to • advertise This is the great reason Sthat Des Moines banks are growing so rapidly. Advertis ing in the banking busines is a new departure. but It is ac . c complishing wonderful results. A local banker who has been • uaslng page after page of dl o " play advertising in the local " " ewspapers recently said: • *TIrroush ouwr advertlass I" " believe we have taer..sed " eour mumber of deposttooe Sone-thrd ,. s th* but fow e on oths." • mittsburg banks are spending Sbout a million dollars every * year in display advertising. The big newspapers or that city ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 October 1906

- -~~f~Sr;~j;~'~ rl~:~~~ I,- *Z " 1~,~·^'sc- c "4 ",',--trA 4" J' •" _ý",''ýapl.,. :+bt. .--. - - Tb. zctu u ser taBeI89 ýsy3. I Established 3859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. P Subgh~ vry FrSdo per Y. VOME Xill. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,. per Yer. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, WCINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, '906. NUMBER 17. BOARD OF ALDERMAN Hold Monthly Meeting and Adopted Several Ordinances. Mayor's Office, Town of Winn field, Oct. 2, 1906.-The mayor and board of aldermen met at the mayor's office on this day and wascalled to order by his honor, C. M. Bevill, mayor, and the fol lowing aldermen answered to their names: S. M. Abel, W. F. Cooper, R. N. Fletcher, J. M. Leeper and J. R. Watts. A committee from the police Jury consisting of Dr. D. B. Wil liams and D. H. Shumate were introduced by Mr. E. E. Kidd, town and parish attorney, to eehter a protest to board of aldermen against the passage of an ordi anmeo requ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 October 1906

HUPROPOSEDU AMENDMENTS To the Constitution of the State of Louisiana, to be Voted on in an Election to be Held Tuesday, November, 6. .9o6. ACT NO. 2. By Mr. Dupe.. Boose Bill No. L AN ACT To satris ad require the Citt of New O athm the DBoard of iAldation or the Deft to issue anrd sIelons, waich i be sexamet from tomattom, for the paymet of the debt due for malries of sbool teachers and poetrmeem for the years rU. iNS sad 1187; to provide torthe Ly nsad a to the -pa Eimeiaemtof the Ooestitatios authorling the ismaumes sa beads, and ratifying the peroidteas of this Act. Wherea, the City of New Orleas haa for may yers. been tndebted to her school te s ad poirtemia a meritorious body ofher citises, for peronal services ren dered under eoatrat with the Board of Directors of bet public schools; and Wherei as , the peoIe 8this St bt p Constitution of 115, required the City of New Orleman to ezamine into tad asmae the paymet of theme debt, and provided t.ersuin for etheir py ntemais ame e ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 October 1906

Kaliski Music Company, Ltd. Monroe, La. Will pay your railroad fare if you will call on them and buy either a Piano-Player, Piano or Organ. 10Vose IElectric Stieff Pianos Cable Regal I Capen Victor Crown Talking and others Machines Write for their attractive easy p.t -e:t plan, .s it will interest you. : D. B. FLEMING & CO. Winnfield, Louisiana. Fire Insurance Leading Companies Represented Your Business Solicited. I. BAER COMPANY, Ltd. Monroe, Louisiana. Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to L CASH CATALOGUE PRICES DUPLICATED. We Carry the Largest Stock of HARDWARE, FURNITURE, Sash, Doors, Crockery and Mill Supplies Of any house in North Louisiana. We carry Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Saw Mills, in Stock Let us have your inquiries, which will be promptly answered. RUSTON HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO., LTD. Sept. 29 RUSTON, LOUISIANA. B. L. Anderson FIRE INSURANCE WINNFIELD, =:= LOUISIANA. Representing: Liverpool ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 October 1906

A BONA FIDE CLOSING DON' IISS ITVIOROUS PRIE OUTTINVDO.R Eu T OUT SALE IN EVERY DEPARTI'ENT. O UT SALE Nothing reserved. This is an actual TurnOF thSEASONABLE ity iERCHANDISE r last chance. O ur closing out sale. Everything goes. wij Turn the opportunity into profit 3 BIG CLOSING. OUT ASALE Buy Now! OCTOBER, 19o6, will be our last month in Georgetown, and we are putting on this Reductions Bu_ NOW_ big closing out sale for the purpose of converting our merchandise stock into cash as quick- ti ly as possible to make the change. We were fortunate in purchasing the balance of the to the Limit When the lid is off and stock of the Big Creek Lumber Company's Store, consisting of $2100 worth of dry goods, things are wide openl shoes, clothing, etc., which we will sell in this great closing out sale at one-half their We were under the im w Don't pay a profit to any- regular price. For instance, shoes that they sold for $1.50 go at 75c. Every one in Grant pression that our timber * body when ...

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. — 5 October 1906

Most men realize that they have personal peculiarities of figure which ready-to-wear garments never quite provide for. Tihey're usually bought in defer ence to purse rather than . tojudgment. We measure for clothes for every requirement at prices to suit every purchaser. Selection of cloth need not be confined to one or two fabrics. You can choose from five hundred. a.i...r o .. L. . . ... Your measure taken ad.V. PriMce a " while you wait., wedmat Ters.W d R. W. FORDYCE, Fine Tailoring Winnfleld. La. DIRECTORY. rmer Bariesr CnUaca-.--Sesce every Sun day at 11 a. as. and 7 7:p. m. Prayermeet Sevey Wednesdy at 7:30 p. m. Sunday eioolev.ry SmdaystS ma. ee Drham, PMstr. O. . Grishabu Supt. Mih Mer morst Sour--Rev. A. Hol owa, PastoE. Services every Sunday at a m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayrm every Thursday at T:3 p. m. Sunday ysoolevery Sunday as a. m., P. K. Abel, Sept Mrsontsr Psor.awr-Rev. W. W. Ltrp, Pastor. Services every third Sunday at 11 a. n. Union Sunday school every unday at 3p.. rs...

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. — 5 October 1906

Get After Trade. No town will become a good business center so long as its bus iness men rely on a few mer chants to make the effort to bring trade to town. Too often the men in a few lines of trade are about the only ones that reach out after custom. Other mer chants wait until these men in duce the people to come to town and content themselves with trade that naturally hdrifts to their place. A public spirited man should ask himself if he is doing his part to attract people to come to town to trade in help ing the entire business communi ty, and no town is a success unless all lines are working to extend the trade as far as possible and trying to bring a larger territory in the circles in which the town is the business center. Can you win? You realize that to win in anything these days, requires strength, with mind and body in tune. A man or woman with disordered diges tive organs is not in shape for a (day's work or a day's play. How can they expect to win? Kodol for Dyspepsia co...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 October 1906

PROPOlS':D> AMENDMENTS (Contin-red frorj page t.e.) ACT NO. 122. By Mr. B. ale. .enate Bill No. 9b. JO'NT RESOLUTION. ProJposing . a-l'endnmer:t to Article 231 of the I .ustitution of the State of Lou'siar relative to drainage die. tricts. Section 1. Be ; resulved b3 the Gen eral Assun !y of the .:tate of Louisi ana, two-t' rds of all the members elected to , c!h House concurring, That an amend: ent t" the Ctnetiution of the S.ate of Louisiana be subs.itted to the qualified electors of the State for their r:-prov:-l or rejection, as re quired by _.rticle :21 of the Constitu tion, at t" e C'ong ssi anal e ee ;on on the first Tue..lay next following the first Monday in No- ember, 1906, amenliug Article 281 of the Constitt - tion so as to read as follows: Article 241. Municipal corporations, parishes, school di- ricts and drainage ant. sewerag districts, the "'ty of New Orleans excepted, wh' i authorized to do so by a vote of a majority in num ber and amount ,f the property tax paye...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 October 1906

Continued from Brat pue.. On motion of Mr. Leeper the followming ordinance and the pe tition from the citizens of the town of Winnfield asking the mayor and Board of Aldermen to grant them an election to take the sehbe of the property tax pay ers of the town of Winnfield on the question of the levy of a special tax of two mills on the dollar valuation of all the prop erty in said town in aid of the Tremont & Gulf Railroad: [orviraoA] Petition and Ordinance. An oedlansee ordering a special election to be held in the Town of Winnfeld, State of Lousima. wherea' shah be submitted to the propery tax payers of the town of Winnbeld, who are entitleod to vote under the election laws ot the State of Louisiana. the question of levying a special tax of two mies on the dollar in favor o the Tremont & Gulf Baii road etrm year to year not to exceed ten years until the sum of Ten Thounamd Dollars is levied. and collected according to law. Said tax tabe levied beginning with the year IrP an...

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. — 12 October 1906

1te PaeuhcdIr. Ettsbisehd 1g.e Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. , ublpt.oo per Yr. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19o6. NUMBER i8. WINNEIELO HARDWARE & ... Heaters, Sash and Doors, Lime O ~Cement, Buggies, Nails, Crockery FURNITURE CO MPAN. Y, LTD. - Leather Goods, Coffins, Etc. .. Buy goods in car loads and will save you money on East side Court House, .s Winnfield, La. ~IHE MINDEN BAR ' ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS Favoring Judicial Amend ments to Constitution L K. WATKINS ENDORSED For the Office of Judge of the Circuit Court of Appeals in Case it is Adopted. Minden, La., Oct. 3, 1906. Pursuant to a call issued by E. L. Stewart, member of the State Legislature from this parish, re questing the bar of Minden to ex press themselves on the amend ments to the Constitution passed by the last Legislature, the me m bers of this bar met at 10 o'clock a. m. in the court room and elec ted Judge R. C. Drew, chairm...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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