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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 January 1907

IMnates of the Contia e dn First Quarterly Session. WINNFIELD, LA., Jan. 17, 1907. The Police Jury of the parish of Wisp met pursuant to ad journment. Roll call showed all ,members present, except ward 8. The minutes 'of the previous session were read and corrected, and on motion adopted. By Mr. Willis: That the sum of $3.50 be allowed B. Q. May for nails on bridge on road No. 8. Carried. The following ordinance was Eeiffed by Mr. Williams: Be it r.eolved by the Police Jury of .: =the parish of Wi'n, in regular .ession assembled: Y That an election be held 'throughout the parish of Winn :- on the 5th day of March, 1907, for the purpose of taking the . sense of the property tax payers * of said parish as to whether or not a special tax of three (3) . mills on the dollar of all taxable property in said parish, be levied .'for a period of five years for the 7 purpose of raising funds to be devoted to the working of the - public roads of said parish by! A motion was made by Mr. S mith: ...

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. — 25 January 1907

READ AND REMEMBER That Winnfield has so many natural advantages and building up so fast, that it would be wise to invest your money in Winnfleld property Think of this. . RAILROADS Winnfield has six railroad outlets already, one graded and two moreunder consideration. The Louisiana & Arkansas Ry. (the best new railroad) has three'outlets, one to Hope, Ark., north; to Alexandria, south, and to Jena, east. Rock Island has two outlets, one to Little - Rock, Ark., north and one to Alexandria, south, which is being extended to New Orleans and which insures a rate into and out of Winnfleld . that will be attractive and cause jobbers to put in wholesale houses here. Figure on this. The L. R. & N., south to New Orleans and north to Shreveport, with the Tremont & Gulf already graded and ready to lay steel, which will open up a line to Little Rock also; and the flonroe & Southwestern under construction to come here and pass on to Natchitoches, 40o miles west of Winnfield, puts...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 January 1907

r.we by Iiartiably cash i advance.) ...,,-..l ..., ..... _.,. s w..t w'e..ne. --. tread el the Prth scheLd Berd g rate made known on applicatioa. all communications and make all draft and money orders payable to Sentinel Ieetinel will be glad to receive for pub tb. views of reponsible cibtiens pon of public interest. AU article for must be signed by the writer, the will not be published. however, if the requests that it be withheld. tday, January s2, 1907. PROCRESSIVE WUBilEiLD. It is with considerable pride we call attention to this issue The Sentinel. In -it will -be the action of the Police Ju itting to the voters of Wina ' h the question of voting a mill tax with which to work public roads. This is a move ich we have advocated since assumed the editorial chair of e Sentinel. In this issue will be seen the result of an n held in the town of annfield authorizing the con ion of a system of water in the town, to cost twenty thousand and five hundred lairs. This proposition is one -o...

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. — 25 January 1907

bbound-Ar. (Bed River oupthbound-Dep. sothbonad -A.D. 1 3:15 p.m. for J3 1. . 7:20 am. froet ina ;, L 7:30 a.m. for A.Imu t;. '-:00 p.m. from ., _ ir 2:50 p.m. frm a AA 5 :00 p.m. for Ae a. r 5:55 a.m. ftrom M , i 4:4 a.m. tar ,sap4 Ark. Nice Fumritre. shelving and counters in Hodge and fHut build -which is about oompleed. up about the prettiest store re in .,the parish. The mad of cuarly pOne, `articu1arly kae, ad so one fear to eempere- them with furnitautr- to be foundd here. Mr. Ole Mathnea tbh. coutlers sad he did excelleeit work. * t * A District UPes. A anumber of delegates from local farnas -_ami . sear *efield ast he iti day for purpose of. 4g aag a dim. trier uale:. A o. hgaaistlsa wes perfeseee eibr about tsiea looat Ialo indthey will[ do ibuedus ..s:agk the district uaon, the sippi: b tWbSeaid m easis t_ y-s eo aderby last beought .~rma s 8.p- a G in" a and pose, at -!W"MM low :^- "ýý+..:.x"5.1.^ rý-; V`ý r'y .y 1 I -. ; ý*mss DENCE I1PmaIk I. ahv mrrCmIba.~i to, *.ihi3i...

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. — 25 January 1907

il w°- ert, C. VL fTe, Omn. - w lt D Diotit Atterney, 0. IL Oh T eas of &artr-d-'. -Parih: Jry terms, 2nd Xqa y I. Jamay and ait dsry in Ju tvU tusem st MoJdag in kpl Oinslr. .Jiaha "` ý : Jury ta s hi Mea -day in Pabeanry ane dsee d Juai Civi terms, and Monday in and st- Monday in November. Wian Parish: Jury terms, 1st IM - .days a a June and Deaeber. Cvil terms, 4th Monday in March sad 3rd Monday in Oetober. Parnd em"e Representative, Harry P. Gambl, Winneld. 8heriff, P L. Shaw WInaSi . Clerk of Coert,P. Abel W iaield. Aearm , J. T. Durham, -Wlm eld. Tressarer, J. W. Waes., WimAdll Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters, Wiilid. Barveper, J. L. Dwrk, W d . Jetless et the Pesae. Ward 1, C. Devil and . C. Jean, WinaSeld. Ward 2, J. W. Clark, Beech. Ward 3,&S. Newon, Hickey VaDey. Ward 4, A. J. Taylor, oGanvile. Ward 5, G. M. Wyatt, Cley, and B. D. rape, St.. Maurie. Ward 3, J. W. Vanuee, ALsta. Ward 7, W. . Simmon e, asm Mi, and W. M Gaar, Dodeon. Ward 8, T. J. Jones Calvin. Ward 9, W. ,...

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. — 25 January 1907

CLOGGED BOWELS Means a clogged brain. It means more; the impurities that are accumulating in the system are poisoning the vital organs and sap ping the strength. If neglected they bring on a spell of sickness. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Corrects the disorder promptly. It cleanses and regulates the bowels, tones up the stomach, strengthens digestion, drives out all impurities and imparts new life and energy to the whole system. Get the Gesame wt the FMr 3a" ia Red m Freat Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1t.00 per bottle. SMITH &t ORIStAM DRUG CO., Special Agents. nnn m m n nl nmu no m INN I m l i - - . ~ . ------J - - PHFITION AND ORDINANCE. Sthe Honorable President and Members of the Police Jury of the Parish of Winn, U.t of Louisrlana: W petition of the undersigned property tax Sofl Fellowship School District or the of Wina, as reated. delned and located and by virtue of the authority of the btu of School Directors of said prisnh, and as aollows: West l-t Sec. 2. and . , 7 91 0. 4 . ...

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. — 25 January 1907

-ar .4 3ease BHeld ato Winafield, La., Jan. 2S, 1907. The Mayor and Board of .l&. dermen met this day in speoial seesion as provided for by Ordi nance No. 61, of the Ordinances of the town of Winnfield, appror ed December 4, 1906, and was called to order by Hon. C. M. Bevill, Mayor, the following present: Messrs. Abel, Fletcher, Watts. Absent, Cooper and Leeper. The Mayor stated that l special meeting was held under the provisaion, of 61 approved De'senber 4, 1 , which provides that on -the soa day of January, 1907, an election shall be held to take thebrnpTbf the property tax psyers, eta. and that the commissioners and.gla of the election shall proceed to count the number of favor of said tax anf the amount of the ~Aie&. erty voted therefor, etc., and make their returns to the Mayor and Board of Al ermea.of tl town of Winqfield, ioA nt da after holding said 61 ctfon, who will meet on said day aRd p.y mulgate the result of said eleo 'tion. The following resolution was then i...

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. — 1 February 1907

. . . - ... M1ddý'i®. eatO u *ua7. Established a8gp, The Southern Sentinel Is the Home Paper of Wino Parish Pkope. s . s, o pY VOLUME.XIII. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY , 1907. NUMBER 37. SOCIAL AT VEBDA. ras. H. L. Brian Entertained the Young People. Special to The Sentinel. Verda, La., Jan. 30.-One of the most brilliant social gather ings of the season was Mrs. H. L. Brian's evening reception to her young lady guests from Winnfield. The receiving party of the evening consisted of Misses Maude Tyson, and Ella Brandin. The guests consistedi of young people of V .Ia and Winufield. The scheme of decoration was very pretty, consisting of violets and ferns, lending an exceptional fragrance that greeted one as the door was opened by Miss Celeste Brian, who presented each guest with a boqnet of violets. The first to greet the visitors were Mises Mande Tyson and Ella -Briedin, both wiesome ladies appearing exceptionally well in their elegant reception costumes. i.s T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 1 February 1907

IE IA. I _ sema a r i - - LIME AND CEMENT E --De, or -a . - - In gy m - ts -see b-fuse g ,,_. R. FIE.rJER Dru Conmiay 1a r a sa ;a - msAn i B;Zdlkr l~b ,,. 11C~lt_ aA: k - -pt ti r= . - - r z."i r·r II $-a- "ýi ",r^.? c,. } ,';`y, #,max -m ý `` } p' gt~ ýwiak 1c n~ bsd; and pumtdiead shatI would ~in int it alive.; tui tter gi ` Tort .nl,.r ta Lu (jifd. I socwýC. 11 tuolc jus four otur k dul ur tuitL4eE sn completely curru 1mcuah and retitnre nhe to guua. i {eound hlealti.'' .trigb .1£. E.b ik rthiipher. of Grovefrou. Strki iCo., Ind. T1his £ing of cmwl, } i and cold curso and heatlr of t wl lungs. a guamnteed I I fe ail drami.. 5c. and $1.O1". 'Se u iamr's editor epent CI uni with 1bw family i/1 j prom iimnt manufacturer. m.L A. rtwnll, of Lucmma. }. aeinb  a moa iemarkable B2e i "Afar hmtaanu three boatlm of E c Ieitt I feel like out Trim the graVeC M. S ie ' dies-d . in the Vie,. I fuli Ielimhiwt owillimnare n " fm t .im Qanfedi aw Ilreo ead hli JP .ia~e.ice jU o ý odria. d a!!ý'ý...

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. — 1 February 1907

'F . :; -~-i J, tmnlrbO ~ b~ 's b C. Bi7 P. Gmqer, ý' ý:ý8 CIS . 3. " ý ; } -~ -.4 - ` it i~t ý . ý ý .sue « wry ý ý . # ýr a 4 r r -drrrri~e o - E . W... Rbyib' trr 4 W*rkg. of Pablic Roads £- by Taxation. nl. OOBUor S SEiTINEL: SAboalut years ago, Mlr. E. K. McGinty and I discussed the suibject of working the public roads by taxation, I for and Mr. McGinty against, in the col umns of The Sentinel, while J. T. Wallace was Editor of that paper. I was the pioneer advo eate of that system of working the public roads. The prop oeition was unfavorably received at that time by -the public be cause it was something new to them which they had not chbn sidered, but the agitation set them to thinkaig and a few yeats later I found a good, strong pop ulir sentiment in favor of-chang ing the system of working public rede. I w greatly pleased to learn from your last issue- that the Police Jury had ordered a ple biseit to take the" sense of the people of .Wiun in regard to, a cbage of system and ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 1 February 1907

"a"o s a ehm r_ " . _ - Fiday, P-Wy , , 190 i II -a - We have made this aubject one o th le Iading fes.ree' od The sentele. Eiao~e aking chrge wa alre peblished everything thatwould interes the public on the m ear s that suid uarge c the gra iato effect 4 a w-afge in the ytem. A suamber ot Egetlemen in the Parish have - us the active ecoourage ,mea1t neoeiaq to carry into beat the change. I"r.D. .B. Wlii,'meammberc h Police Jury from ward 9 aad sauthor of the ordiassee by the Polee Jury, has. . 1:been anrdest advocate is tha doctor is R a Parshdw th r1 W 4 `:~ is rr lab rqi 3 twellvewo in !hr esu da 't. Under the tax sytem w would have batter road., fewer law sails. leis Ordbl mand be better Yoars for good peds and ,all other uprovenmets that will beeit the public. D. B. Ww L iaX. Georgetaow, Is. - - Itb deiaitely Sxed now that we are t have wader works nd a city hall, pmrket haoue ad pol-esU. Tbhe itmmad most lunprsrat step as a chool build ag mitbe acoomodate the ohbidrea ttdiag t...

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. — 1 February 1907

QUIN & GIBSON =s .u 'Your :+::.i :: '~ Leaders of Styles, Prices, Quality ____ Ero THE CASH STORE Mars Orders Orders " Every one who has traded with us knows the value of our merchandise. We are receiving daily new spring - goods and you are aware of the fact that all goods are very much higher than they were last year, at least 25 per 4 cent higher. We bought every dollars worth of our spring and summer goods six months ago in order to protect EXrT DOoR To ourselves and our customers. Therefore we are in position to offer our customers better values than can be had NEX DO TO B' RANK OF WINNFIELD anywhere. Watch the paper for our bargains. BANK OF WINNFIEULD We are s.eing out oar They saY, "How do they do Weo.yd the rgest a--r"et . line of ladies' waists at it?" but we do it just t,.a°f our manyr oseta ,xperience ridiculously low prices. the same ' wh a e wrctis sa uiver-t . ly popular white batiste corset with $1 White Waiºst .65 All Standard Brand Calicoes worth in New York st...

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. — 1 February 1907

• ::shm,.mhu sbeue uu 4' YNDLSALK. . Fruit and Produce POSNER & PRIED _- - - - _ We are prepared to daip the very best Fruit and Produde to al sections on short notice at Lowest Prices. We are also buying and sicting cmi-. tmeto of chickens and egga. Promptani .tafterw retmraI iinthee. doym whbmaeI fM obbl rlddm bog iat ha It ti !s tm arIm 8e rent tbh meere fatabe g thi liii to tto t t the Q ua k , sa _.. e r iam elia O pI., 1.170 ant aft ý V n mutbwe wMob aOkiak ON. da d r -a boo - ' ate 117 * stttzr warr t at.$a ` ilt s fro g - ab_ _ e ýmd esý.he mfive bUi hTLmae etels to I t a i d f º ~ t t . ke l tea d me i - inmeaa El ur om,5is e.I.~~Le. Vem -ýe ~ :BY1 ¶5ft ; -' ~ L r~~ llbi *C I 1~ Ba~ h-ryI~ ~ B~m I " °' "ý { .t S_ "_ - '*4 -, fi t'b".< ',Ali." r "r - - ..; a .° ; *-. -- + - M k`Y T aqý ý". * 5' `S 1 t Ahat8r he nmed to a srqume at Chaies V., senere ot Gemay. that he sighbt has t ihes r aene -a big way trom als to the Nsthetrlaa Pottlng asl. a mteolfsetlsa at what be h...

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. — 1 February 1907

1 A O ORING UFOR MONTHS A vicaim kidney disease which has become fixed in the vital organs amy idocto. for moemhs, perhaps years, in a vain attempt to recover health. Te riht ow#Is to begln when the trouble is yet in the early stagej PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is the remedy needed. It checks the disease at once, strengthens the kidneys, drives out Impurities In the bladder and bowels and promotes harmony of action in the system. It is a successful medicine in kidney disorders and is equally offective in indigestion and constipation. Oe thl Ol.e. with the Fires ..*3"' Red Pret LaLe. Sol by Drngsts. Price 1. per bottle. SMITt. d U*CLrlAm uKIu oA)., special Agents. rJf STION AND ORDINANCE. I Hoyo able President and Members of tb e..if iury of the Parish of Win., he etiuon of the edegd properti tae paiessot Flelwship School District of the - of Wisg, created. dedeed and locted aada' and by sirtae of the authority of the Dined of School Directors of mid perish, and ase4a oalhlws: West 1-2 dec. ...

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. — 1 February 1907

at n -iessm i.. .rao m a to m t aucb thedi tteatl is wit tiny. Mr. Tb m aesn tebla * ua daI weman who -essesd a " -1fa 5m1 a bcset. ta we at ;tdf byte 8k sad reached shore _ i die Ia fifteen aminutes The -la wai lierally toen hum her body. Dý Dart who was with l. Thomep gra, eiht re of the ash and puaed S epfs the bank. He held eauib -er his bot while he poilted at the ular teeth with hs finger. With a eek movement the earib oapped at bhm under Mr. Dart's toot and seimed Mm by the finger, cutting that pemaber In the bone. The fish equently have been known to ite ordinary .bLbohok i two. tub-m~anm a smaaMtrs. Though dentistry became a sience ader the hand of Professor Blc.ha Owen as late as 1869, there are evt deuces that it was practiced In a crude way by the ancients. Herod.tu reters to treatment of the teeth by the gjyp anas, and evidences of attempt. to supply artiftlcial teeth have been dis ovetred in ancient skulls and mum-a mis. Galen was the first phlysician to speak of treat...

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. — 8 February 1907

Saiti el I th K me P per f Wlu Parsh L i ela ~ e. P u u b~h bd Every Fridy Mrig .,:-='.:-::-,,, ,=-·~ jcFl, ~ - ,' D ..... . §$-w Established 1859" The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Wi,,n Parish Peoples S ..oer 'le,_. a VU. WIN P VOUEXl. .WINNFRELD, WINN PARISh, lOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1907. NUMBER 38. VOLU XIII. . eek -Island Oetlals Visit WInafleid on a Toar of Inspection. A special train pulled into Winameld containing the officials of the Bock Island Rail Road pulled into Winnfield about 1 p. an., Tuesdhy The following were in the party, Col. H. M. Halleck, Superinten dent of the Arkansas Division, with head quarters at Little Bock, accompanied by Mr. Sim oads, his chief clerk and a ste nographer; Col. J. C. Nolan. Superintendant of the Louisiana division, with Col. Thomas J. Shelton, Commercial agent. Thomas Engineer and Adr. F. Hartwell, Master Mechbanic all of Boston, La.,were with the party. After looking over the property for a short while their car was swit...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 8 February 1907

ARR ETSN CA FE T%"@ -b MONROE, LA. LIME AND CEMENT I have enroute one car load each of LIME AND CEMENT If you"are now, or expect to be, in the market in the very near future it will pay you to see me before buying. I Swll make you some interesting prices ,- R. H. FLETCHER SSMITH & ORISHAM " y. Drug Company Corner Mala & Abel St. : : WINNFIBLD, LA. FULL LINE OP FRESH DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, * * PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH AND PAINTERS'- SUPPLIES . Toilet Articles, Office Supplies and Fancy Statiomery : : Prompt 6 and Courteous . Attention Special Inducements . 0 THOBSE War ING TO PURCBHsE Hardware, asrniture, stowe 'Siin ware, Olasware, Creck , Mmaltls. Rug, B uk , Srrs, and Saddlsryi &Mills and Evapoastors, Windows, White Sewing MacIeas.. We will pay rales fare botl mad to thors uakigt p e a tab *ronm ua to the aumtofmt e a e have a ello ead uarplete .p to-date line o al the abre e timd goods.. tRICE HARDWMeA 4 PURNITURE CO, Ltd town Rs i AMw, _Ra N , LA. Manr Ier RA A GOAD F...

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. — 8 February 1907

g.uIi, ,rmwU_ amwaswwII + t 1oamt of A--Sb. I : . Lee, of Mladdd, D. . T emnpson, of HIarr eonbu ._b r Terms of Ho: Tird Mondays in Ar sn an Deembel . .. r S. atorlW Distrr. Senator, C. H. Teal, Colfax WFh Disrct Cwstr Judge, George Wear, Columbia. District Attorney, '. M. Grisha, Winield. 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. let Mon day in February and 3rd Monday in July. Civil terms, 2nd Monday in May and 1st 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 PARIXS. Parish O rs. Representative, Harry P. Gamble, Winnfield. Sheriff, F. L. Shaw, Winnield. Clerk of Court, P. K. Abel, Wiandald. Assessor, J. T. Durham, WinnAeld. Treasurer, J. W. Wasson, Wianfield. Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters, Winnasld. Surveyor, J. L. Dark, Winnfeld. Justices of the Peace. Ward 1, C. M...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 8 February 1907

SOUTHERN SENTINEL t:: es at the WaseIM PeAees mail lrler at he st ndaes. ILL A. TrW)r O, .... Mttoe and Manager. BUB. PTION "ATMS. (Ivariablycash in a ntea 4 'Thbree mo U " .IS OllM Jeerm.l of the Parish Schlel Bad ad" the TOwn of Wism". Advertising rae made known on appllcatlan. AAddres all communlcatio.s and make all eeks, drafts sad money ordera paable Io The Southern Sentiael. The Sentinel will be glad to reseive for pub Iention the views of respaonible citiseen Upon all natters of public interet. All artileo for publiation mast be aiaed by the writer, the nase will not published. however, if the writer requests that it be withheld. Friday, February 8, 1907. IOAD TAX AN EVIDENCE OF PlIPES. As we have stated before we wanted a full and free discussion of the road tax and are willing to open our columns to argument on that question, but will not tol erate any personalities or thrests, such matters will find the waste basket. Now as to the division of the1 funds, we are perfectly w...

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. — 8 February 1907

We pleased to announce to our friends and the ipuMUc that we have been miade the sole agents for the celebrated Buck's Stoves and Ranges We have placed a full line of these stoves upon our sample floor, and offer this as a personal invitation to call and inspect our display. The People's Hardware & Furniture Co., Ltd. Mai Stret, Opposite Court House WINNFIELD, IA. cma wm so* Id"A a Pacile Ar4timm 8mth=n Div).. Ne. 1, esbbaWNIAr. 7:35 pam. daily. $e . u!rsbtmd-Dep. 6: am. daily. Toddmaa umLwaw A Naviatilo. om (hed ]Iuse Valley). No. !, muowt beaý-Dep. 6:00 a.mn. daily. ie. 40 uthba d-s-o. 9:10 p'm. daily. MS c )GV". 3:15 pam. for Jean, L<. at B,k:r &x La from Josa, IAL h6 1w &A* L-ur for Aluixadria, La. fir 3:99 nrB~pqbr *, at 3 W p . h A lexandria, L s. 3, PAL .frm Hops, Aul. 1,1 !9 pa.m tsf A1gxaadria, Lam 3, Mt S6 m fvm. elszaadul, La. ";@l 3s6a.m feeHope, Ark. tdosagi. htis' ow IIIE EAGLE 4L~HLlAWT OL OM m io be F t -tni :- - - reb at ~- ,rJ ,-- rt e» ~-~~: ~ ý llw...

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