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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 17 June 1910

OUR GUARANTEE ievery purchaser absr Gr:T; ea LSalf We asur eachean ,Great Sale o lute satisfaction. We Sguarantee every state OQUt N & GIdreSON ment made here. Every osThe Greatest oSale CONTINUED article is the roe e i - marked in plain gures. Louisiana Every '· tyu onpie Loisin. very $ 40,000 . iodds, Notinongeatd wa f .it ooda thngs thin in stock to be aigo a Great Sacrfice. Sold t REMMBER, JUST ONE MORE WEEK AND IT'S ALL OVER JS NLMR WE ADRE3IMB 3R, Clse Sauray Bigest Sale of all the Sales in Winnfeld gCalos Saturday, June 25 AtVER BEFORE in the history of our business have we made such a proposition. We contracted with jobbers and manufacturers for our present ~tl-!I AVER` `BEFORE in the history of our business have we 9un 25 a" imense Stocklast fall.- We weie disappoin'ted in the voliime of business this spring. The goods were shipped in January and February and we could Ifinene Socklast fall. We were disappointedi h oieo uies i and Summer Goods by May First. This year w r...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 17 June 1910

This is what the house Wife always says when fr 3 she uses TEXACO0 DyODORIZED STOVE t GASO 0LINIj 11 No dirt or ashes. No heavy fuel to carry re C( around frequently. Just el a clean heat. st pc The Texas Oil Go. D SOLD BY ph th4 1. 11. IIUDNALL, Agent Co ma nire Never Satisfied. Mayor Magee of Pittsburg was talking about an obstinate man. He is 'sot' in his ways," says the mayor. "He is as bad as the old FPj lan history. An old planter inthe palmy days before the war, was blown P2J in a steamboat ;accident on the Missiasippi. They r Ashed him out unconsious. At the a .e of a, hour's manijulation he aieto. 'WherevaniI he asked' o a:. lifting hsa head feebly. 'Safe on o the doctor told Bun, ' ich ri ride of Ihe riverl' he inquired. ti 'e Iowa side'the doctor replied: w =2-, Th a idnt er frowned. : He looked al gi th t yrbidellow atream: Then Se u iy J oekto land in hl a bion atge" Chuck} m' in { g n ' _Kansa`City tar. Saved- rom awfulI Death. ' I cal in his fal o told by A.D. Mc- ha ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 17 June 1910

OFFICIAL PROGBEEDINGS.(' gown Hall, June 10", 910. T Mayor and Board of"Alder: n fiS the Town of Winnfeld met on ithe above date with t` e following present: - Hon. . W; " .Cooper.,Mayor; Aldermei: Boyettt, Hyde, Jones and Mathewi,; absent jud ilderman Elliott. - The :minutes of last miieting tbh ,were read and adopted Moved by- *Mr.t Boyett -and secinided by Mr. .Hyde that the an f Council again take - up. the election of o a.successor to Mr. Boyett on as :'the Water Works Commission. - 'Mr. Mathews moved that the n matter be deferred, seconded by ,rJones, a yea and nay vote es"ulted la follows: Yeas, Jones and Mathews; nays, Boyett and t str d two yeas and two nays. the Wevote being a tie, a second poll dr ismad"d.. iii which the Mayor 'participat d. resul ing Ias follows: b reias Jones, nud Mathews; liays, Soyett anid Hyde. Th.e Mayor "ting affirmatively the motion Te wais declared adopted. Dr -001 Mr. Mathews presentepd. an pe <.: ordinance fixing the compensation Be r=otcert...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 17 June 1910

L4UL'U i j~ ~i:~i~~~ I· - 'i5/' Lfj' :ýý4:2i .s.ý"fd.,f.`3 .~.`,E~aýW ýf ý1 .4.:.}:j: '{ 4 -t!:ý.'.'j _ :ýv :~ý"<-ý "re.'i'" - ;!'ý : S. r Paddy went to Shreveport" Lime and cement at People's Hard Sware & Furniture Co . Mrs John Rhoden left Wednesday visit.relatives in Ark. Y/'. Mason's fruit jars at People's Hard - ware & Furniture Co. O rega" flour is the best. W. M. t Milani & Son:: Miss Mary Wood has returned from a pleasant visit to Shreveport. Bring us your chickens and eggs. ood Grocer Co.{ Rev. Lantrip of Dodson was among the Sunday Visitors to our city. We have fresh ice cream. Phoenix Drug Co. a "Weary" Willie Walker is holding down a job with the T. & G. Ry. t Fresh country butter twice a week. W M. Milam & Son. Miss Fears returned to her duties at the Grand Leader on Thurday. We handle the Cprno chick and hen feed. Wood 'Grocer Co. Miss Simmons who has been the _ guest of Mrs. Gillis left Thursday. b lj S Try some of our imon Pure Lard t it'8 the ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 24 June 1910

-;,-·~ · -:·· :::'; 1 ~" c t4'w Ppese *~d Txj'pe ya-,. for '4''x Jr r1^ r y, b"'{ }Ad ertlsemeintain thi pi; DI 3 kb ~, b ~always give the best resu~S AS4 e Sa'^ c Cw'ýý' Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal ofthe Town of Winnfield. wý-rw 811 mnmnm nfi f.nm dA~ + 1 T AY ~-'1 ' NE' ;4 1910'.F V OLt r X X vý±"w FO I j 1 ~ a ý . J' ±ay .'qui I r v,' i i ' ii. 1 9 1 0.('1 . 1ýJ M E 1 2 - 7.ý ' i ~ ,1r a ýy" .t ý, r.1x °i K. .ý':! P"ý",`ý s~ ...>' *,F .rr~ . .f mS" ý rý "ý d: !.x '7 1'"yx 'fý ~i1 `.. " .a 43 h ,<M, X , N v Fý sF ý ;x ' t - ltl always Qv h e .-·.;.i cest-for -: ;ril~rkjz, OfiilJunlo h aiho in fiial ouna o te ow o Wnnied -VO. X. WNNFELD LO0 IIAA, FRIAYJII1+;4,110 The"Hairdwood Mill. Clearing the land for te nIew hard .wood mill of the Miannsfield Hardwood Co. is ieaiing eomp leti&i and it will c not be long until their whistle will l be added muslo at the morning and fi evening hours, i New Depot. Material s' being placed on the P groiiund for...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 24 June 1910

-:-,;:, -.: -·;- -·-: ·-·· r·,·--- - --~,-,- 1 _ X:i3d-C es one f o 9£ i i 14 a evof eurt his can @ AL'~' v]ng: K~artWe 1Handle the CeI _There-are three kinds of Clothes-mabbine work, hand work and bead work It is ae - mistaken idea to believe that all readyffor-servic Clothela are machine made, or to imagine ebrated Sythat all such Clothes are cut in bulk or ta'uped out with dies, liki steel sprockets or nuts 0 anrd bolts. -· 7Majestic Clothes are made by hand from individual designs, and receive more ýcareful, Ring Bee y (.. ;. expeit t attention in matters of cutting. staying and finishing than the, av-erage ierchaut g`. ·' J'";A tailor" can give t. his 1Work. * There's head work in Mlajestic Clof~hes, too. B~ecause our manufacturers. employ the Ladies' Patternnats· best talent in the world-men who are i'nt lodders, but craftsmen; men with the artistic . * idea of curvature, line and form. And whenr they have the Majestic label in theme, we say to you: "We warrant theiim . " Thes...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 24 June 1910

··4Sxi .fii. -ý-- q- .1. '. L4 ( }, l! 0111 V .r.. .4~iir -. 1-4.1 -- I ,rL' I n Our ··Sa~e r6advert.ie6 tost until July 2, 2:. ______ILL I8h CONTINUED UNTIL JULY 20 : · ~·~7WE CALL ATTENTION again to our Extraordinary Bargains, -already 'enumerated, besides we~are daily 'receiving New Goods from .our conn'ection s.,~ ~::.::in; - New Ylork. All we ask for is a call to inspect our Unsurpassed :Bargaiffs . A mere look ~will convince that we are stating ~strictly facts when we say every~thing .~ I inotr house d~uring THIS1 SALE. AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLLAR, W:~VE SAVE YOU FIFTY CENTS -ON EVERYi DOLLARS COME AND SEE US$ + t1os Serve N'W YO bARGAIN ST OR , Jnes S et .. ....A S1YsINi b DRO., Prroprietors. 1kWinnije La. W ' IL CON,.I * U.Nj - -T>.i L -ULY If You Inve~stigate the merits of the dif ferent roofing under practical conditions, you will find I7X A GO '0 .. 00 fl t~.iNGf _ ill give you . satisfac `tor protection. ItT' is S re sisting. t Texas Oil, I. IIUIJALL, Agent Tl . .: ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 24 June 1910

'i T Dl~rPayne?-f Montgomery, I S tig riene ds here this week. fresh ice cream. Phoenix :i41.sRuth Jonea of Hermitage,-Ark., * guest Mrs. R. R. Gibson. us your chickens and eggs. rocer Co. ate Smith of Whitford was a Sunday ;visitor to our town;, "Omega" Slour is the best. W. M. Milanm & Son.' Sistrer Bartlett and Perdue spent h,7usday night in our town. SMason's frit jars at People's Hard e A Frniture Co. A copious shower of rain fell here r;;est rry ,and makes everything look We get a shipment fresh cakes and , cakers' every week. Wood Gro. Co. . C. Mollwain of Harlingan, Tex., fe visiting relatives and friends in : * Winnfleld this week. Try some of-our Simon Pure Lard t the best. Wood Grocer Co. . A. J. Mashaw, of Ruston, is in eity visiting the families of her tW Sons. j- Pre=sh country butter twice a week. lam & Son. 3 ' Rarin prevented the match game vr betfween the champion south siders the east siders yesterday. " rWehandle the Corno chick and hen - tJ Wood Grocer C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 1 July 1910

Gommeriali% Work  $.. ,, . always tivethe best rsls ~p }})/ :Offi"ial1Journalr of the Parish of Wiun.• official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. '.VOL. WINNFIELD, LOUSIANA, ItL _. DAY, JULY d, 9910. UB 13 Uzi · m and N:-.·-: Type , tes orGo eria Wrk always gietebs,~sits·'i;, d;: AM -A. f wAvetiemnt ntiwpae {Official Journal· of the Pairish· of Winn.. Official Journal of tIhe Town of Winnfield. VOL; XX , WINNFnrIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDS, JULY 19 1910. n BEl ·I SENATOR S. D. McENERY IS DEAD A Distinguished Democrat and Able Statesman, He Was Deeply Beloved by His People Who Often fhonored Him and now Sorrow at his Death. Louisiana Tuesday morning was t Splunged into that sorrow and, regret >which' only the death of .:a great istatesman can bring to the hearts of a loyal people.; om he had served i:most.faithfullyiearlessly and ably, through the death of United States '-. Senator Samuel Douglas McEnery,. -whicb sorrowful and almost totally unisuspected event occurred this mornin...

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

th.! oatOffice`at Winnfleld.La. Satter. S BSORWPTICON RATES. . . - $1.00 . .- . -otcenta r nt'aably ndv ance' SSMYE IE & (00., PUBS. SOCial Journal of Town of Winnfield. Sial iJournal of the Parish of Winn. i ATOR McENLERY DEAD. - Tuesday morning at 10. i kSenator S. D. McEnery, : or United States Senator from ina died at his horn ein ew ý eans from acute indigestion. .lid. lbeen in feeble health for i, but there were no fears. of s s  :early death and the news shcked the entire state. e Senator had been the idol of te people since the -black days of Sreconstruction period, because f the services he performed dar In that time. e he failed on many oc a to-vote with the party who binoed .him, no one ever d lid the sincerity of his action d e was honored by his people had been lieutenant Gov iniorn Governor and United a Senator by their votes. aker Dupre .on hearing the of . his death, said ."The R.om.an of them all, :the illsforrow for the death of endid. son," and wei echo deti...

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

ary Coitests onthe Progress.i of our School. ?-. d greater improvement .had been: Smade in the boys departmetthan t ever before since the two years Mr. George A. Dutton :: . here, And it was noticeable l iiit there 1 were more boyts ii_ sclid .and 1 wbamade better grades in elIas work than there has been- i- many years. To what this great iipriovV. ment is due we are, practically, all of the same opinion, and are unani -mou in praising such a method as Swas used,. SWhen the school session 'began in SeSptember of last year a great number of boys entered-' as they. have -doe for many.years at the 7 first of school. But instead of the boys' dropping out, constantly, the i ini:erest which was inspired in i them by Mr. S. W. Adams in the 3 athletic and literary contests ca.:uased them to remain -and not only take part in the contests, but even to pursue their class work with unfailing determination. At thefirst notice-all the- boys' were ;:ready to aid in any movement, S;and -a, grea...

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

M A W oa1 and Pearsona: < `Omega" flour is the best. W. M. R m i& :Son. th ~ ifilss Id Mae Wiggins visited Whit orMonday and Tuesday. a  tWve have fresh ice cream. Phoenix S'Bring us your chickens and eggs~ , Wood GrocerCo. .Mrs. C. A. M-tiMartin is visiting friends n Alexandria this week. r :iMrs. Kiefer spent last .Monday in pm :Shrevport shopping. iason's fruit jars at People's Hard- hi ware & aFurniture Co. af -L Stovall of Dodson was in town h da-We get a shipment fresh cakes and I rackers every week. Wood Gro. Co. o SLime and cement at People's Hard- hi ware & Furniture Co. Miss Jennie McLeeb spent last Sat- d iiurday and .Sunday with relatives in Ruston: si ry some of our Simon Pure Lard of its the best. Wood Grocer Co. {> Fresh country butter twice a week. a8 .-M. Milam & Son. b4 JHMcGinty, of Wyatt, was anout- 01 oftown 'guest at the dance Thursday f We handle the Corno chick and hen eed. Wood Grocer Co. Master Ben Husband of the .Meth stOrphanage at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 July 1910

rý,, rs. .;, .e~o~ ., .i2.Tm...... o/.. ..;.Z.," <" ..(. _. ~.. . a for i Gommeriai Work ' always ve the ,,best resullts ii.ii Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. . VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOIJ ISIANA, ,FRIDAY, JULY S, 1910. NUMBER 4. THE WINNFIELD COMMERCIAL CLUB Meets to tak- Actioni on the Proposition to Establish a Commercial College here and to Utilize the old High School Building for the Purpose. The Proposition Meets Approval. The Commercial Club held their regular meeting in the mayor's office Tuesday night with a fair representa tion of citizens present. The prin cipal business brought before the club was the proposition of the Spencer Business College of New Or leans for the establishment of a com mercial college here. A, committee, - consisting of Messrs. J. B. Fick, J. J. Mixon and C. H: Elliott, was appQint ed to conduct the negotiations, and they will no doubt succeed in locating the school in Winnfleld. It is pro...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 July 1910

etcatlthile oeu oide at. Winnheld.ia -si al2nd clasl mail matter. . U- o oBBOR IN BETEB. , a - : $1.00 g( .t . ut - . 60 cents SInvaiably in Advance. . ..V SMYLIE & CO., PUBss. a M SMYLIE,, - - EDITOR. Ifial Journal of Town of Winfield. Ofticlal Journal of the Parish of Winn. Prom Hickory Valley. Editor Comrade: sc If you procured an appetite 1 i equal to the breakfast we got at the noon hour that day, ]we are ti not surprised that you took a trip fe .to Baton Rouge. It was our pleas t~re on June 16th to enjoy the 77th tb birthday, dinner of the old veteran, a 3 M. Thornton. Each one pre. p- ::i;ared his or her course at the table and the way we mixed fresh crisp lettuce and new honey was divert iig, but when those new roasting o --e:ars were placed on the table and b we began spreading fresh honey , upon them it'would have taken an expert to have told our maneuvers. Owing to the continued :rains for weeks, farmers have lots of grass :to contend with, and it's not wid ows either...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 July 1910

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Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 July 1910

L ' ocal and Pe.rsonal lik' Quick spent Sunday with r atives at Arcadia. Wehandle the Corno chick and hen S Wood Grocer Co. S Miss Zoo Hicks of Lake End, is vis- Stiig Mrs. A. M. Fittz. We have fresh ice cream. Phoenix y D~rug Co. Mrs. I. T. DeForrest visited rela tiwyes in Ruston last week. Bring us your chickens and eggs. i Wood Grocer Co. Douglas Harrell, of Baton Rouge, visited friends here Monday. Try some of our Simon Pure Lard its the best. Wood Grocer Co. iMrs. R. R. Gibson and children left Thursday to visit relatives at Carroll. 'We get a shipment fresh cakes and 'crackers every week. Wood Gro. Co. Miss Kate Grigsby of Arcadia is the charming guest of Miss Eula Wright this week. Masters Charlie Wood and Ben Husband are spending this week at a Colfax. e have our big refrigerator going, and we keep it supplied with fresh atables. Wood Grocer Co. Sr. and Mrs. Clarence Fisher,. of Jen erethe guests of M. M. Fisher a ami this week. "Our stock consists of the best that n be bou...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 15 July 1910

SNew Presses and New. T 1 " Advertisementsinthiar p ~ ·r faces for Commercial Work "I" - J1 AD ii J/- ijajlj Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL XX. WINNFIELD- LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 15 1910. -':ii ....._ O . X,! _ l IL ; . .. O]IIN ,FRD Y U ¥1,11 hUIIR1. > Our Fire Boys. The members of the Winnfleld Fire Company held their regular monthly -; meeting in the M;ayor's ofice Monday night, July 11th. Among the subjects discussed was the question of creating an honor roll, members of same to pay $5 per year dues to help the fire company to 1 pay for hose and new equipment recently purchased. The active mem-. bers of this fire company pay $3 ner 1 year dues and dive their services i gratis, and it is nothing more than I right that all property holders become I members of this honor roll and help I to support this institution. If they ! are not able to respond to the fire I alarms and fight fire, they are cer- I tainly able to assi...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 15 July 1910

S as 2nd class mail matter. SUB8ORIPTION RATES. -O ''e ar- -. $1.00 ' or'i onths. - - 60 cents nvariably in Advanoe. W L. 1S MYLIE & CO., PUBn. . L. SMYLIE - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. BE CONSISTENT. - - t In the House of Representatives Governor Sanders received ninety- t two votes for the United States Senate, Robert Broussard four and I John D. Wilkinson twelve. Among ii the twelve cast for Mr. Wilkinson, were the self-denominated reform :ers of North Louisiana. Mr. Wil kinson is an able man, and entitled Stohis views on public questions, f, but he is hardly the candidate that ti a sincere, anti-corporationist, and Sa-sincere prohibitionist should put e: forward as a champion against the man vho put racing out of New E Orleans, and who is responsible for the defeat of segregation, in the b last legislature. We must confess n to somel surprise at seeing the name of our Representative among those who supported Mr. Wi...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 15 July 1910

IHE GREAT CLEARING SALE We must make room for Fall Goods. Glorious Bargains that are Record Breakers for all past offerings. Commencing July 16th and running until July 30th. Not another day longer. Our store will-be closed July 15th in order to arrange and mark down our stock. BOYS' GLOTHING I: BAR INC I , rices have been pruned and clipped until not a vestige of the original profit is r visible on many of our offerings, and in most cases we cut away into the origi r, ,nal cost.: IT'S A GREAT OPPORT~UNITY. You had better buy early. We say tliis in allearnestness, for our regular Scustomers will take care that these rare bargains won't stay here long. -j Every person that has ever attended our sales know that when we say sale that -it P means a . genuine: REDUCTION. Never before in our long career of bargain i giving have we dared to offer stich bargains as this ad contains. Sfirst or second..... .. hat se our Fronm 10:30 to 11 ia. im., each day, 16000 fancy batisto 7; now.. Millin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 15 July 1910

ti t f ad on e otracito and receive sidR worik , -W., Clifton, J. W. an` anid J L. Brewton,. `Carried. n mbotionr:Mr; illis pthe body took recess for committee work. The body called together by the President and on motion adjourned Suntil tomorrow morning 8 o'clock. -' Winnfleld, La., July 8, 1910. I The Police. Jury met this date i pursuant to adjournment with all imiembers present. i The Sheriff and Tax Collector of oi. the Parish of Winn was granted a :i-quietus for the past year as follows: Sttite .of Louisiana, Parish of Winn, = "booms of the Police Jury of said Parish. Weea, Winnfield, La., July 8,1910. - ':-Whereas, F. L,. Shaw,Tax Collector in and for tileParish of Winn has exhibited to the Finance Committee of this body the Parish !ea;surer's receipt, of the said parish in full or the payment of alU parish taxes, assessed for the year 1909, on the Tax Rolls for the said LParish of Winn, for the said year 1909, JWe, therefore, issue this quietus on the part of the Paris...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
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