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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

TO ORANIZE ASSOCIATION Rural Free Delivery Car riers Will Meet AT WINNFIELD, JAN. I To Organize a State Association of Carriers on Free Delivery Routes. A meeting of the carries on the Rural Free Delivery routes in Louisiana will hold a meeting in Winnfield Jan. 1, 1907, for the purpose of organizing an associ ation. Postmaster Eagles has re ceived the following letter, which is self-explanatory: ",Har.eysville, La. Nov. 5, 1906, "Post Master, "Winnfield, La. "Dear Sir.-The R. F. D. Car riers of this state are thinking of meeting at your town for the pur pose of organizing an R. F. D. Carrier's Association, as our state is far behind in that respect. I thought I had better write some one at your town to let you know our intentions, as we do not want to impose on anybody. You are cordially invited to be present, you and your office force. "We are going to meet Jan. 1st, that being a legal holiday. Please show this letter to the Hon, Mayorof your town and you and him be prepared to ma...

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. — 16 November 1906

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Circuit Court of Appeals. Judges: J. B. Lee, of Mansfield; D. N. Thompson, of Harrisonburg. Terms of Court: Third Mondays in April and December. 27th Senatorial District. Senator, C. H. Teal, Colfax. Fifth District Court. Judge, George Wear, Columbia. District Attorney, O. M. Grisham, Winnfiell. Terms of Court-Caldwell Parish: Jury terms. 2nd Monday in January and 1st Monday in July. Civil terms, 1st Mondays in April and October. Jackson Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mon day in February and 3rd Monday in July. Civil terms, 2nd Monday in May and 1st Monda in November. Winn Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mon days in June and December. Civil terms. 4th Monday in March and 3rd Monday in October. WINN PARISH. Parish Officers. Representative, Harry P. Gamble, Winnfield. Sheriff, F. L. Shaw, Winnfield. Clerk of Court. P. K. Abel, Winnfield. Assessor. .1. T. Durham, Winnfield. Treasurer, J. W. Wasson, Winnfield. Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters, Winnfield. Surveyor, J. L. Dark, Winnfleld. J...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

SOUThEll SERilEL T.E SElNTIEL PUBLISHImC COMPANY Eatered at the Winnaeld Posiof ce as mail .tter of the second class. WILL A. STRONG,......... Editor and Manager. UBSBCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) O]m year (postage free) ................ 1.......... 1.00 Ogncd. J.ural d the Parish School Board sad the Towm Welanleld. Advertising rate made known on application Address all communications and make all Lecbks, drafts and money orders payable to The Southern Sentinel. The Sentinel will be glad to receive for pub ication the views of responsible citizens upon all matters of public interest. All articles for publication must be signed by the writer, the same will not be published, however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. Friday, November 16, 1906. THIE MISSION OF THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL The Sentinel published last week an editorial written by the present editor twenty-three years ago when the nearest railroad to this section was the Texas and Pacific which was wes...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

There is no individ uality in a garment made for no one in particular. It is merely one of a lot stacked up to be sold to any one who has the price, and no one knows how many have been sold or how many men in your town are wearing the same Kind of garment. A higher class of fabrics with many exclusive patterns --00 styles to select from-cut to your own measure and tailored to fit your form will produce inditiduolity. $25 to $35 for a suit or overcoat. Ask us to show you EI ~al R,..t.rm, e i our cloths, and wear Ej V. Price Coup ay clothes that are made r. .T.. c . for you. R. W. FORDYCE, Fine Tailoring Winnfleld, La. TPRINTIN ( of the very best quality is the only kind done be the SENTINEL PUBLISHING CO. RAIr.OAD TIMR TABLI. Chcago, Rock Island & Pacflic (Arkansas Southern Div). No. 1, Southbound-Ar. 7:35 p.m. daily. No. 2 northbound-Dep. 6:15 a.m. daily. Lowisiana Railway & Navigation Co. (Red River Valley). No. 3, southbound-Dep. 6:00 a.m. daily. No. 4, northbound-Ar. 9:10...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

j MILAM'S MEAT MARKET I Main Street. -:O: - All Kinds of Native Meats Delivered to any part of the city o on short notice. . anl2 * . T. WA.LLAC. W. Y. WALLACE. . WALLACE & WALLACE + ATIORNEYS-AT-LAW. WINNFIeLD. : LOUISIANA. + Will practioe in the courts of Winn and d.olning parishes, the Federal District and Supreme Courts of the State. jiS O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.OeOo - OGAIENNIE HYAMS, * O O o ----*-- O * 0 SCivil Engineer . Real Estate o 0 * ji Broker and t * Abstractor of Titles. o 0 o Natchitoches, La. ese~0Ceasceaeo0o0·0*O*O0o* MANNINO & ROBERSON Painters and Paper Hangers Estimates furnished prnmpt ly. All work Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Work in nearby towns solicited and will be promptly attended to Contract Work Solicited WINNFMIEL. LA. o Da. J. J. Paras, DI. A. Y. Prsma, * Phse !s. Phone 7t. SP3TERS & PETERS * 'TeIphae 4 :: Wimueld, La. * Special attention given to Surgery All calls promptly attended, day or D a ight. Jan 14 DR. E. S. MIXON V.aflda. Louiia...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

Nottice Ns htl bw e . o Curry. Ih haslidnat m t UDhiLWasu of.............to make final . _p.os of his claim, vtiz: Homeated t No, Vi made Nov. . 1W9, for the N 15 2N1, 1 . 1-4 Ne 1-4 Section 6, TownshIp 1 north, range I H. and Sw 1-4 Se 1-4 Section i, Township " 11 north, range 1 E. .. Me., and that said proof will be made before Clerk of Court at Winafleld La.. on January 29, 1. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. the land. viz: Oscar L. Holmes J. Cur, W. S. Anaery, Fed Tanier, all of cuy' LL WALTER L. COHEN. Sentinel, Winnfeld, Nov. 16, 1966. Register. Notice for Publication. Land Ofce at New Orleans, La., November 8, 1906. Notice is hereby given that Samuel 0. Smith of Oila. La., has dled notice of his intention to make unal... ,proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 20916 made November t, 18 8, for the 8 1-2 Sw 1-4, Section 11. and Nw 1-4 Ne 1-4, Section 14, Township 11 north range 1 E., La. Mer., and that...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 16 November 1906

ally the successful man. No man ever got into the swim by indolence or silence. Business ruas in currents as well as wa ter or electridty. and the men who succeed are those who ei ther get into the current or turn the eurrent their way. ft wil net d to to mpr ut ooeds .o supeor wortmar - rhip em the market. ena vimeod that the people wll dtleever them uad perehase thes. Such oeeds mast bo advertised. The people. must be teold what they are. hoew sad by whom they re made ad where ther ma be O - tale. What is true oe the individual manutacturer and merchant is also true of trade organizatlons and even st dtles and co meowesiths. Many prosperous American munipel.itles have been largely built up in this way . advertisins the aevantasm or as entions fer pesatable ta dustrs.. Man syates hays prepeses settlements which resulted from busness mery and adveroer Adwerd.aw pays the mee eham., ety e seate whieb depends upsn t sew the meromemt et basmeas. Monsy spent in advertising i never wasted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 November 1906

Wien Parsh Demucrat. Estbliee Paper1 car. hd TEstabl. aa~ih4 83.iuished i859, Tihe Southern Sentnel is th om aprofWnn Parisuh 'Peole 'suIscriptlFnl;t. a)rr VOLUME XIII. WINNFIELD, WINN PAR~ISH1, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1906. NUMBEI~ 4 A PRIMARY DECEMBER 15 Committee of the Second Circuit Met. ADOPTED RESOLUTIONS Proceedings in Detail of the Meeting Held in Ruston on Tuesday. Ruston, La., Nov. 20. 1906. The Democratic Executive Com mittee for the second district of the second circuit of Louisiana met pursuant to the call of the chairman. The following mem bers were present: Bosier, B. A. Kelly; Webster, R. C. Dr)e; Bienville, W. C. Barnette; Lincoln, A. A. Barks dale; Union, J. M. Underwood, J. W. Hawthorn. proxy; Winn, J. H. Mathews, W. C. Barnette, proxy; Claiborne, J. E. Moore, W. C. Barnette, proxy; at large, E. L. Kidd; absent; Grant, ab sent. On motion of Captain E. L. Kidd, seconded by lion. 'B. A. Kelly, the chair appointed the following committees on resolu tions: B....

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 November 1906

Asmattr 8ay He .- - pkweos a.rm P.aeadry7, Where . Be Ws Servilu Term foe Meetical Crime. Aleasadri, La., Nov. 17. Thoms Brady, or Branden, as he has admitted is his correct name, der setence to hang Dec. 7 fter elulallsy assaulting Miss Julia Warre at Lecompte, wrote a otbto the Picayune man re quilng him to come to see him in ail as soon as possible. The condemned man was seen in his cell this morning, and confessed that he is a fogitive from Illi aids, where he was serving a pen lnstiary term for criminally as smlaing a whit. gitL Brade. asid:, I was convicted in 1898 of aminal assault on a white girl ad senteseood to the peaiteniary t heter, Ifl., for from one to eartesm years, and after serving ti e.ty.x moath was let oat on . . sh sa. d left the state, and was illl at ms when arrested. Iy wist samber was 6627, sad if amw smtay more of my pea ._ ary roseoed yoa mas witse to .e e Waidsm thqre. *w a -se is Thomas C. coasTy, Ind., May 1.1851. Andrew T.. Brades, `i Weeketo a s se r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 November 1906

~' -=+ tt auI o iºrne ' . : JL.B. Lee, of ]tMaield; D. '. Tompeon, of Harronaburg. STer..erms of 'urt: Third Modays in . ril and December. 27th Semtoral Disict. Senator, C. H. Teal, Colfax. PitFh Dstrict OrWL Jadge, George Wear, Columbia. District Attorney, O. M. Grisham, Wianfield. Terms of Court-Caldwell Parish: Jury terms, 2nd Monday in January and Slt .Monday in July. Civil terms, 1st Mondays in April and October. Jackson Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mon day in February and 3rd Monday in July. Civil terms, 2nd Monday in May and 1st Mouday in November. Winn Jparish: Jury terms, 1st Mon days in June and December. Civil terms, 4th Monday in March and 3rd Monday in October. WIMU PABIRi. Parish OLicers. Representative, Harry P. Gamble, Winnfield. Sheriff, F. L. Shaw, Wianneld. Clerk of Court, P. K. Abel, Winnfield. Assessor, J. T. Durham, Winnfeld. Treasurer. J. W. Wasson, Winnfield. Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters, Winnaeld. Surveyor, J. L Dark, Winnfeld. Jastiees of the Peace. Ward 1, C. M. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 November 1906

.iSIBm MIUH.PHSMS #AITY attier tad tLe Wiaed P S as mai mpatter of the wonad oaur. WILL A. BU NONG,..-ld itor and Manager. I JBsORIPTION RAT=S. (Invariably cash in advanae.) One year tage tree) ------------ Three imo ths " " Off kid Joer.l of the Parish Shes ears ead the Tea of Wimaefeld. Advertising rate made known on appiloaico. Address all communlications sad mak all checks, drafts s.d money orders payable to The Southern Sentinel. The Sentinel will be glad to receive for pub lication the views of responsible citiseas upon all matters of public nterest. All articles for publication must be sied by the writer the vawe will not be published. however, f th Le writer requesta that it be withheld. Friday, November 28, 1906. TE STATES AD, THE TULAME BOARD. The history of the lease of the old University property in New Orleans to the Board of Adminis trators of the Tulane University has been pretty well aired since the application of Tulane Univers ity to the Legislature last sum Smer f...

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. — 23 November 1906

s , -Most men realise that they have personal peculiarities of figure which ready-to-wear garments never quite provide for. They're usually bought in defer ence to purse rather than rt ·tojudgment. We measure for clothes for every requirement at prices to suit every purchaser. 8election of cloth need not be confined to one or two- fabrics. You ca choose from five hundred. I .'A" . Your measure taken 4V.~aeacsg ·r *watle you wait." R. W. PORDYCE, Fine Talloring. .Nof 0 very best qualty i .4N -,sav.meevuusa~o ýAr 41~ ~t·3t "" k; M iz~j 'I; 4 ir Ti BIG WAREHOUSE ,Work is Progressing - at a Satisfactory Rate. Work on the big warehouse of the Louisiana Farmers Union is progressing at a satisfactory rate. The framing is about all up and the wall and roofing materials will soon be put on. The warehouse is a huge building, being 100x150 feet, with walls ten feet high. The whole is on a brick founda tion and it will be fire proof from the outside when completed. Lucipda Kinney. Died-Nov. 13,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 November 1906

W. F. COOPER'S Feed Store was Closed ' October 24th., 10 to Ia. m. At the request of the ladies of the Methodist Church to alliow the employees to attend church-but has been open ever since selling feed stuff of all kinds cheaper than the cheapest. Call at the atore or call up Telephone No. 36. __ .'__.+~~---.---7.=: . :_--- ---7-- -:= v:--2-- I. BAER COMPANY, Ltd. Monroe, Louisiana. Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Mail Orders Seolic and Premately Attmided t CASH CATALOGUE PRICES DUPLICATED. ,t.. .... .... ... .... .... ... - - -- - - - --- - - ,.m. M.aseR. P,,. n. nlomn. Vb,,. P. c. mh rmma. .. Can. WINN PARISH BANK TO THE PUB LIC:. I awi as ak * .... W PARISH BANK i f, 4 44 : * 1 r " 4 - ~;i· :"tit a iBfBP~ Cf N IEg DOLL WEEVIL i One Tear's Experience Solves I the Problem. The experience of.the farmers of this parish with the boll 1 weevil during the past year has demonstrated the fact that the poor hill lands planted early and highly fertilized ...

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. — 23 November 1906

JI i V. S. hZW7 ~ frJIUBLSI ~l·-. urw. 'I- ma L 1 3 Ho t .1 lb ýWJ umS.M, Nw 5, 136. a us Nstda L hr Pitiss Ootmbsr 17, J.ul V- - s on . ha -i .aide ' N.tW·s . Oak U-. aa Cw~Oe . toI~LQ NOWW, n o ý sasPp ~ or. N~lsrruYsI. I4Uas~,Nti.C~.3.a.rr 5tr 1-o*r~ jeii ~i~S~tt~* .-s- "It takes nine tAilors t make a mu .an, Sty It book tabs ob Ma ofr Wec unmt R; em and' Iurhw, pmtlcluirn~ Sty~le . bdt tdO [aL -'Wsa ""Uth r h- , y are an, d bm l~o wer Wit veooonmendtl ar 'ria k" o er p tkdar #E-la Corf 0., utL 5 ' g--ý dý.»:ýºY1"FIIýy ttý ýkL z y -s. Us .y b i~ea bwtl¶ -Tti zonlwiug -msai ..tirrw km mot e of his inteatio t al - in support of his claiml i tbitJe da .W lb ma ,de betae ClerE Nevsar 9. 1o96, vis: HE. Noi58. Lawrence L. Hatten. Hill, ., forthe Sw 1-4 o 8 1l Sec 19, and e 1-4 of Ne- 1-, Sec 19, T IS N, i1 La. Mer. He names the followlng witnesses to prove hi continuous residence upon and cultivation Ssld land, vi.: A. J. White, J. N. Willis, W. U. Underwood.C. J. Bkin, all of Hill, La...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 23 November 1906

bite ansuh of bight Pupis Seitbse Tardy Nor Abseat Dwtg Novenber. Following is the roll of honor for the Winnfield High School, showing the pupils who were neither tardy nor absent during the month -endaing Nov. 9, and who made an average of 90 per sent. on studies and deportment: 10 eas.n. G. A. Payne, and G. A. Dut ton, Teachers--Johnie Colvin, Minnie Peters, Osro Payne, Cran ford Walker, Ina Watts, Weesie 9 eGADo. Ethel Allen, andall Barks, Edwin Banks, Mahlon Durham, Mary Holloway, Hardy James, Alms Perkins, Eva Sowers, Hil toe Toy. Through error the names of Mary Holloway, Alma Perkins, sad Eva Sowers were ommitted flomn roll of honor for laut macnth. G. A. Piars, .. A. Dur am . +Tesobers. Hemdsuo., Ntrsi.i t r r. ~Jc ff A DEMAND '11P Tb pr3.t to th, asa st arel tb S um:., but a muaibt i net in - bad fer rimp th astisf. & mo.wt e- be aeaes" Tb. mlan who makes wat as rpan lint y~sz $SSUP .me. aps! m~a yeara. sini thi In add iS 800 s a rUm ye ar ba s ml t s i - ae t-y flMA - ...

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. — 30 November 1906

'O bublhhe _ _ _ ____ day Mm'ng . SiR .emocl trat. S 4. Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. S bscr1pU es.oo Mv yas. VOLUME XIlI. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 19o6. NUMBER 25. i ON. LYNN K. WATKINS - Beview of the Life and Charae . ter of Candidate for Judge. Horn. Lynn K. Watkms is a candidate for the judgeslup of .the Second district of the Second circuit, in which is included the - pa4mrshes of Union, Clarborne, Webster, Bossier, Bienvdle, Lin coln, Jackson, Winn, Catahoula - sad Grant. Mr. Watkins was born in the Snow parih of Webster forty e., ht years ago, and he has re sided in his native town, Minden, .entiatusly since. He is of a Soted family in lorth Louisiana, .a -family unanected most prom reently with its social,. religious nsd political history. He is the . h-sLi rot the prsent congrees Ua; frean this, the Fourth con WmmdoaI distrid . and a nephew Lthe 1at L . Watkins, state . ei jidge for fourteen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 November 1906

to -be a reliable remsedy. Safeoade that it would do e ti·- w the muanuacturers claim for it. Itis especially good Sfor croup mad whooping cough. Buy. Jdzas A. Lawsa, Pastor Milaca, Minn., M. E. Church. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold by The Phoenix Drug S~ tore. - NOTICE-NOTICE For Sale One hundred and twenty acres of land, most of which is well timbered, in ward three, five miles west of Newport, in Winn Parish. Any one wishing to pur chase some will call on or write •to D.V. Az.u , Box 305, uoston, La, a19. Great happiness came into the home of 8. C. Blair, school sn perintendent, at St. Albans, W. Vs., when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful com t nams. He says: "My '- :a ughter had St. Vi"ua' -: dance, which yielded to no treat met. but grew steadily worse til as a last reort we tried = =letrho, Bitters; and I rejoice to a..q three bottles effected a co Splate cure." Quick, ure cure ,o f~ nervous complaints, general dbaUit, eim l weaknesses, im povea . hed bl...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 November 1906

- e. of Harrasoaburg. Terms of Court: Third Moadays in April and December. T 27th Senatorial District. Senator, C. H. Teal, Colfax. - PIfth Distrct Cord. Judge, George Wear, Columbia. District Attorney, O. M. Grisham, Winnfield. Terms of Court--Caldwell Parish: Jury terms, 2nd Monday in January and lst Monday in July. Civil terms, 1s 'londays in April and October. Jackson Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mon day in February and 3rd Monday in July. Civil terms, 2nd Monday in May and ]st Monday in November. Winn Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mon days in June and December. Civil terms, 4th Monday in March and 3rd Monday in October. WINN PARIBSH. Parish Officer. Representative, Harry P. Gamble, 1 Winnfield. Sheriff, F. L. Shaw, Winnfleld. Clerk of Court, P. K. Abel, Winufleld. Assesmor, J. T. Durham, Winnfeld. Treasurer, J. W. Wasson, Wianfield. Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters, Winnield. Surveyor, J. L Dark, Winnfekld. Jastices of the Peace. Ward 1, C. M. Bevill and B. C. Jones, Winnfield. Ward t. J. W. Cla...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 November 1906

*e f__lua r as U -- n A..-waa1t #m~l mmIIp .m inaim ýU . fd*o Sima Smf ud mad I odn pyahe to will be glad toaedyfor te pb view. restpeaabie d·tm u ps Spubite lateree AU adilain for stt be radgoed b tie wit. O hat hidt bm be withheld. that it be withheld.. November 80, 1906. TE FAIl AT SMEVEPRT. much praise can not be the management ot the .Fair at Shreveport. The in many instances were as can be seen in any . There has been consid unfavorable criticism of ractions outside of the ex- 1 These attractions, or ones-the racing and the of the "air ship"- I iery good. The minor at-i4 on the "Pike" may or o have been good. That entirely upon what the was looking for, but it goes saying that they were as ea are the usual shows of kind. e people visited the fair to air ship, others to see the others the shows on the Sothers to see the ex of poultry, aswine, horses, 'jigricultural products, agri Sachi uery for the culti the crops and preparitg &or market. and the im m s of farming. SvarLet...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 November 1906

4. .P to n r-any one .Va.e price, Sa o n* knows =hw many have b!en s3t d wr how sany amen IA your town are wearing the -.same Kind of A higher-class of fab ric with many ei.ludv pagtterna ibo400 l o select from--et to your o.. wn moesur and to fit your forma wifI prducee 425t.*..I a suit a4ir Vs te . u* ho`h. mSe wsawr ,' that ese ,a - g .- a '·; P.lr ft lli~rjb 1~- .- ~t -a-~* - izi ;c, ;l~u~- :B "`-' ; '·3 ~&* t 4 l I 4 kw ý Jf r., , ... S oplr to The 8eatnl. - ickory Valley, La., Nov. 26. --Heidry Parks and a Mr. Simu monb, who were moving from Newport, seven miles east of here, to Franklin parish where they had recently bought farms. oame to Buckoo bayou last Fri day morning and found the swamp flooded and the bridge across the stream floating, caused from the recent heavy rains. They were advised by citizens who knew the swamp to strike camp an I wait for- the water to fall, but they ignored the advice and began to cross at once. Two of the wagons went safely over the bridg...

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