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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 October 1906

O"eO.O.o..O.O.oO".OOoO.OCo o O FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE The cheapest is not always the best, but the best o is always the cheapest, for this reason: In twelve months ; . (twenty-four at the longest) you begin spending money 2 p to repair a cheap roof and spend three times as much 2 o as a good one would cost with a o Five-year Guarantee a 0 0 o on it. We will put a paper roof on your building - o and paint it with what has proved to be the best thing ; a on the market in the way of 0 a 0 o FIRE AND " ! WATER PROOF PAINT - 0 0 * O * O and guarantee it for five years, which is not half the o life of the paint, and should the same leak, scale or o crack within five years we will repair it at our expense o after being notified at our office in Wiunfield, La. A c cheap roof may cost less at first, but the repairs is p what makes the difference. o You can waste no money or time by - seeing us before having your roof covered Write, Telegraph, Telephone or Call THE PROTECTION PAINT CO. Per G. B....

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. — 26 October 1906

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS (Continued from page two.) ACT NO. 122. By Mr. Beale. Senate Bill No. 9b. JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing an amendment to Article 2S1 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana, relative to drainage dis tricts. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisi ana, two-thirds of all the members elected to each lHouse concurring, That an amendment to the Coustiution 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 first Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 19.06, amending Article 2S1 of the Constitu tion so as to real as follows: Article 221. 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 elector...

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. — 26 October 1906

A CONFEDERATE HERO Young Sam Davis of Tennessee the Subject of a Poem and Oration. At the memorial meeting of David Pierson Camp of Confed erate Veterans held last Satur day, Hon. R. W. Oglesby de livered a short address on the her oism of Sam I)avis, a Tennessee youth who was murdered by the Federal Army. Mr. ()glesby said: The world has never seen a nobler hero than Sam Davis. lie was born in Rutherford county, Tennessee, in 1841, and was a student in the University of Nash ville when the war broke out in sixty-one consequently he was 20 years of age. Like thousands of others of his age throughout the Southland, he enlisted as a Confederate sol dier. In '63 he was sent by General Bragg into the Federal lines to obtain some valuable informa tion. He did this, and judging from the information itself, he undoubtedly got it from some one high in authority in the Federal army. lie was captured and the information found on him. lle was tried as a spy, found guilty and sentenced to be ha...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 November 1906

Wine Parish Democrat. Established _88_. thPublished Every Friday Morning. The cels, Established 89. Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. , Subscripi.n S.oo per Year. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, \VINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 196o. NUMBEI 21. OIL FLOWS AT COLDONNA A Flow is Reported at That Place. WELL IS 544 FEET Casing Will Be Set and theI Well Washed Out and Tested For Oil. The Sentinel received a tele phone message Wednesday eve ning from Mr. W. F. Leach, who is drilling an oil well at Goldon na for the Louisiana and Arkan sas Railroad, stating that he had struck oil, but he could not give an estimate of the value of the strike as measured by the quan Ity of oil until the casing can be set and the well washed but. A stiff mud has been used to pro tect the walls of the well against the sand and gas and the mud im peds the flow of oil into the well. Another rock had been struck and the casing will be set on this and the well was...

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

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS To the Constitution of the State cf Louisiana, to be Voted on in an Election to be le!d Tuesday, Nvember, 6. 19 o6. o ACT NO. 2. By Mr. Dupre. House Bill No. 35. AN ACT To authorize and require the City of New Orleans. through the Board of Liquidation of the City Debt, to issue and s': lbonds. which shhll be exempt from taxation, for the payment of the debt due for s.slarie. of school teachers and portresses for the years 18s5, 1886 and 15-5; to provide for the pay ment of the principal and interest of said bonds; and to submit to the people an amendment of the Constitution authorizing the issuance of said bonds, antd ratifying the provisions of this Act. Whereas, the City of New Orleans has for many years. been indebtedl to her school teachers and portresses, a meritorious 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 31...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 November 1906

SB. L. Anderson FIRE INSURANCE WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. Representing: Liverpool and London and Globe, Mechanics and Traders, American, Mississippi IHl.me S would like to figure with you when in need of insurance BANK OF WINNFIELI) Organized 1901. Capital paid in - - $30,000 Surplus - - - $10,000 Undivided Profit - $3,000 Officers-Geo. P. Long, President; B. W. Bailey, I. E. Siess, Vice Presidents; H. T. Pye, Cashier; B. L. Anderson, Assistant Cashier. Your Business In This Section Solicited 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. Vose ZtlR&PO TDO Electric Stieff Pianos Cable Regal Capen Victor Crown Talking and others Machines others Write for their attractive easy payment plan, as it will interest you. : : " A COMPLETE LINE.. . Of the Famous Walk over Shoes in all the styles and leathers, for men and women. . fp They are the best fitting and the most comfortable wearing shoe made to...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 November 1906

SOUTHERN SENTINEL Published Weekly by THlE SENTINEL PUBLIUSHINC COMPANY Eatered at the Winnfeld Poeoiffce as mail matter of the second class. WILL A. STRONG,........ Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) One year postage tree) ......... ......$1.00 Sir mouth.. . " ......................-. .6. Three mtths.L ......................is O.lldd Jeered of the Parish Scheel Board sad the Tmow of Wiuleld. Advertising rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all ohecks, drafts and money orders payable to The SBothern Bentinel. The Sentinel will be glad to receive for pub lication the views of responsible citizens upon all matters of public interest. All articles for publlc*tion must be signed by the writer, the sme will not be published. however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. Friday, November 2, 1906. THE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS. The voters of the State of Lou isiana will be called upon on the 6th day of November to vote on t...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 November 1906

REAbY BEADY M A1 R' COIPpANy / -c If you contemplate ordering a ready-made for fall, be sure that the clothier is located near you. You may have occasion to visit him often. If you are going to order a suit made for you it does not matter where the tailor shops are located. Your measure will be properly taken, a correct description of your form given and the cloth cut strictly in accordance. Suits and overcoats made to order at prices that will appeal to wearers of ready made clothing ! Exc.aive Local preaeatuive Ed. V. Price & Compay, Mercha.t Talors, Chicago R. W. FORDYCE, Fine Tailoring Winnfield, La. DIREGTORY. CHURCHLES Piras BAPTrrs CacaC--Servi.es every Sun day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 j. m. Prayermeet in every Wednesday at t:30 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. m. Rev. J. P. Durham, Pastor. O. M. Grisham, Supt. KMTwODrST EPISCOPAL SoUra--ev. R. A. Hol loway. Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayermeeti every Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Snday schoole...

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

POWELL MARBLE WORKS Manufacturers and Ditalers it, All Kinds of Marble and Granite Monuments, Headstones and Iron Fencing Any design furnished on short notice and at a reasonable p Tri.'e. Corner of Johnston and 4th streeta, Opposite Postouffic. ALEXANDRIA. LA ______________t_____ - - I. BAER COMPANY, Ltd. Monroe, Louisiana. Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to CASH CATALOGUE PRICES DUPLICATED. D. B. FLEMING & CO. Winnfield, Louisiana. Fire Insurance Leading Companies Represented Your Business Solicited. O. B. ROBERTS. O. A. ROBERTS ROBERTS BROTHERS Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in Hardware, Chinaware, Glassware, Tinware and Mill Supplies. Cane Mills and Evaporators Wagons and Wagon Materials Second & Johnston Sts. ALEXANDRIA, LA. I· I - I I II II I I An Ideal Realized It has taken us many yemar to develop a perfect whkey- one that would satisfy the most exacting demand of swry critical tst. qTo-day ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 November 1906

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS (Continued from page two.) ACT NO. 122. By Mr. Beale. Senate Bill No. 95. JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing an amendment to Article 281 of the. Constitution of the State of Louisiana, relative to drainage dis tricts. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisi ana, 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 first Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 1906, amending Article 281 of the Constitu tion so as to read as follows: Article 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...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 November 1906

ASTOUNDING DOCTRINEI Controversy Over Exclusion of Japanese Children from the White Schocl. The announcment that the UIni ted Statesg overnment. ?'eca..se of a stipulation in the t:ret..t o1,il:' with Japan, will imIt ui,,,on equal privileges and aCCoIII O aI lt i'l in the public sclhoo;s of San I"rancisco for Japanesei chihit t, in utter disregard of the laws of California, marks the strangest and most startling departure in the recent constitutional history of the nation. Aside from the fact that such a policy will dero gate the essential sovereignty of the free people of California, it will introduce into the economy of our government an innovation which may in time force upon us a train of ills but meagerly dis cerned now, and not easily meas ured aforetime. If the Federal government is to be permitted to bargain away, by treaty or other wise, the State's free and un trammeled control of its public school system; if we are to aban don our own children to the tender mercies of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 November 1906

SParish DemocPublished Every Friday Morning. Wine PExcesior, Establlshe d ,g 87. Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. Subscrlptma 5$.oo pertear. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, 'WINN PARISH, LOLISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER o, 90o6. NUMBER 22. THE VOTE IN LOUISIANA Was About Fifty Per Cent of Registration. AMENDMENTS CARRIED All of Them Except No. 12 Were Carried by Safe Majorities. New Orleans, La., Nov. 6. The Democra:tic vote of the city of New Orleans today, estimated tonight at around 15,000 to 16, 000, was cast almost solidly for the first eleven of the constitu tional amendmlents. This in cludes amendment No. 7, creat ing an additional district judge for the First Judicial District, the parish of Caddlo. Amendment No. 12, providing for the restoration of parsonages. rectories and church properties to the -taxable list, was voted down by almost the same unan imity that the other eleven were passed. Returns from the state at large tonight indicate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 November 1906

JUST 23 YEARS ACOI A Description of Winn Parish Then. REPRINT FROM SENTINEL Published in 1883 Shows How Things Were at That Time. From a copy of The Southern Seatinel dated October 6, 1883. we reprint the following article: The parish of Winn is situated in what is generally termed North Louisiana, and is bounded north by the parishes of Caldwell, Jack son and Bienville; on the south by Red River and the parish of Grant, (a considerable portion of which was originally in the terri tory of Winn); on the east by Caldwell and Catahoula parishes, and on the west by Natchitoches and Bienville parishes, the boun dary line between Natchitoches and Wran being the Saline Bayou. a stream that is susceptible of navigation from St. Manrice, on Red River, to what is known as Drake's old salt works, a distance of about twenty-five miles. In mentioning the possible head of navigation we desire to say some thing of that place. The Bayou at this point has a proverbial rep utation for the most excell...

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. — 9 November 1906

LET'S RENDER OUR THANKS For Manifold Blessings We Now Enjoy. THURSDAY, NOV. 29 Designated as a Day for Thanks giving for Goodness and Bounty. Governor Blanchard has issued his proclamation designating Thursday, Nov. 29, as a day for thanksgiving. The proclamation is as follows: *"State of Louisiana, 'Executive Department. "The manifold blessings that have inured to us during the past year, as a result of the benefi cence of Providence, have given a deep religious meaning to the recurrence of Thanksgiving throughout the Nation. The in fluence yielded by this country in the councils of the nations has, happily been exerted only for the general good of mankind. Peace has hovered over our country and its insular possessions, and as a nation we have reaped the fruits of industrial activity and agri cultural expansion. "Louisiana, as an integral part 4 of the great American common- D wealth, has contributed largely to a the general welfare and prosper- I ity of the Union. The people of t ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 November 1906

StIIlIlEI GEHlITEL Psb~d* Wesly by TI SENTINEL PUISHIIIC COMPANY Entered at the Winnfield Postofee as mail matter of the secod class. WILL A. STRONG, ......... Editor and Manager. UBSCBRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) One year (postage free) ................. ...... 00 Six moets. " . ... .............. $1. Thre moth, " ........ .... .f6 Offkdd Jerma of the Parishu Schoold Board and the Twr. eo Wimatld. Advertising rate made known on application. Address all communications and make all checks, draftt 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 name will not be published. however, it the writer requests that it be withheld. Friday, November 9, 1906. If a person who thinks there are no concealed weapons carried in Winnfield had been looking Sat urday night when the Valley Hotel fire...

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. — 9 November 1906

To a Man Cast Away P on a desert island, naked and forlorn, a suit of inferior fabric, styled a year back and cut a pile at a time by ma chinery, would be a God=send. , But what is as desirable for YOUR wear, in this enlightened age, as 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. eral hundred patterns and take your measure. R. W. FORDYCE, Fine Tailoring Winnfield, La. TPI INTI N of the very best quality Is the only kind done be the SENTINEL PUBLISHING CO. This store's policy To represent goods exactly, as to their quality; to sell to those who know and to those who don't know values at a uniform, fair price; to fulfill all guarantees and cheerfully correct all mistakes; to deserve your confidence by giving you "a square deal." W. A. MASHAW Jeweler and Optician WINFuELo. LA. MANNING & ROBERSON Painters apd Paper Hangers Estimates furnished prompt ly. All work Guaranteed to' give satisfaction. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 November 1906

Feedstuffs... I have now on hand severM car loads of Oats, Chops, Bran and Hay and lead them all in low prices and quality. Clipped and cleaned Oats 50c per bushel; Chops S i.2o per sack. 9 Other feeds in proportion. Prompt delivery. Phone . R. H. FLETCHER GOODS - AT - OSTi EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dry Goods, Clothing. Embroidries. Insertions. Edginigs. A pt vcial line of Mexican Drawn Work. Ladie's Shirtwaists. Hosi,.ry. I nderwrar of all kinds for Men and Women. A line of beautiful Table Linen, liedsptcade. Towels and Napkins at CALHOUN ABRAHAM Next Door to Phenix Drug Store on Abel Street, Two Doors From Court Street WINNFIELD, : : : : LOUISIANA The Province of this Bank: Is to serve the people of Monroe in every capacity that a ,"COMPLETE BANK" can serve them We aim to increase the thritt of our people by encouragin. th-iu to save and by paying interest on their savings. We aim to increase the prosperity of the whlde community by gatht ring togct ier the Idle money and lending ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 9 November 1906

Ntice for Publication. =a X LARD, ACT Jo a, 1873. Uaitsi Otates Land Office, New Orleans, La., Sept. 6, 190i. Not.ie is hereby given that in cempliance with the provisions of the act of Congress. of June , 1, entitled "An act for the sale of timbe lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all public Land States by act of August 4, 1692. C. Frank Creel, of Sals P. O., Winn Parish, State of Louisiana, has this day, Sled in this office hi' sw,,rn st,cment No. 8.O, for the purchase of the SE 1-4 of SE 1-4 of Sec 8, Towmhip II, north, range 1 west La. Mer and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposts, and to establish his claim to saidland before P. K. Abel, clerk of the court at Winufield, La., on Thursday, the 29th day of November, ,906. He nameasa witnesses: H. M. ('ockerham, T. J. Creel, Ibzan Cockerham. Money Ingram, all of Sills, La. Any and all persons cla...

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. — 9 November 1906

SWINN PARISH'S VOTE But Little Interest Manifested and the Vote was Very Light. The election passed off in this parish Tuesday with about as little interest as well could he manifested. At one precinct nobody went to the polls and at others only about twenty per cent of the voters turned out. Only 264 votes were cast in the entire parish and many of that number only voted on the candidates, leaving the proposed constitu tional amendments severely alone. The chief cause for the general apathy was, of course, the fact that there were no opposing can didates, all opposition having been eliminated in the primaries. Another cause for indifference was the conglomerated bunch of amendments that nobody under stood the intention of and conse quently could have but little in terest in. The total vote is as follows: FOR CONGRESS: J. T. Watkins, Dem ............. 255 E. P. Mills, Rep...........-- --------.. 4 FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: J. J. Meredith-.......... ...... .. 264 FOR BOARD OF EQUILI...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

se nutibern ¢enneL . wTi, Pareih oamoht. asas les. I Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. sublcLed Ea ven y. VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 19o6. NUMBER 23. BY THE NEXT SEASON An Ice Plant Will Run in Winnfield. A COMPANY ORGANIZED To Build a Twenty-four Ton Plant and Operate the Bottling Works. Winnfield will have an ice fac tory by the next season. A com pany was organized this week for the purpose of putting in an ice plant and all of the stock was readily taken. The paid up capital stock of the company will be $24,000, all of which has been subscribed for by parties here and at RJeton, a majority of the stock taken by Winnfield people. A plant with a daily capacity of twenty-four tons of ice will be built and the business heretofore done by, the Winnfield Bottling Works will be done by the ice company. Mr. R. H. Fletcher, proprietor of the Winnfield Bottling Works, will be the manager of the ice pl...

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