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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 8 February 1907

_. 1 ry '&J" *Isrm.4waas~'Maja EIn wt"u w oat tuwowt by Hbo=Wy bybsZ- -8o~Lbom Wdr 4 bs Fad I undw pe andvdv4Absml6 ýwma d 9, now .r bLM ý.ý ý . ý ORllllllll 1111111111 ý.da tu.ýolbl tJa nom... ý The Catholic Bazaar and Fair. On last Thursday night the ' ladies of the Catholic church ' gave their bazar and fair and to I say it was a grand success is only1 putting it very mild. The hall was beautifully de- 1i orated with palmettos, potted" plants, bunting and fags. The' tables and booths were a mas of lowers and violets and were presided over by beautiful young ladies and young misses, each vying with the other who should have the most customers. Many novel devices were irasgurated to rare the money ' to build a Catholic church in Wintfield. A beautiful doll dressed in bridal costume was the leading feature to be given to the most popular young lady or girl and the votes were ten - cents each. The next was a haqdome' gold headed eae to be gre, to the most popular gutleUan. A ulka...

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. — 8 February 1907

NO ACCOUNT The man or woman who is a victim of kidney trouble, torpid liver or constipation, feels "good for nothing;" no energm, no will power, no ambition. To remove this and recover strength and vigor in body and brain the remedy needed is PRICKLY ASH BITTERS It is the right medicine to restore health in the kidneys, revive the torpid liver, strengthen the stomach and digestion and purify and regulate the bowels. It is a marvelous kidney tonic and system builder. e.i u.e Gmb. with te PI... "3" . Re/ ." F.es LA eL Sold by Druggts. Price $1.W per bottle. SMITH a ORISHAM DRUG CO., Special Agents. I- ~ . Il i I l l lHl m m I nI ii lll - ivjTITN AND QRDfNANOU. -izr -~~~wrs and Membev of lth Indoe .a "O the Paial of Win., joi resthe ue adfuedmrm tar of lnlor Lewm 1 chool 99 of the aofWInD as erarted, dewed and located UmS hgwmasoi of the auth y ctie Si~e D keaotr of naid ii~, and -ap Miau '9WemI 1- Sec. . and raNuctous is and 2i 2 ]leaachU l Weat on the et Nut Oieke amde beiug and unde...

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. — 8 February 1907

.......~~ .,. .i. This Sale will begin Thisrsee we bel Wednesday .f Wednesday eMorninge Moorning b 13 Feb. 13. MFeb. 13. 13 A EN THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK OF MERCHANDIS 4%CONSISTING OF MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC, ETC : Has just been purchased from the New York Underwriters at a very great sacrifice and must be closed out in the next Thirty Days. Most of th stock will be sold at.33 per cent less than the Manufacturers' cost. Some of the stock has been slightly am Iged by smoke and water, but t i ALL THIS SEASON'S P UCTIONS AND JUST AS GOOD MERCHANDISE AS CAN BE FOUND IN THE STORES IN THE BIG CITIES ALL THIS SEASON'S- PRRDHANDISE AND JUST SNo shoddy or "cheap" goods In the stock. This is not a fake scheme to deceive the public; money is what we must have. Values and prices wil convince you that we need It badly. Here are a few values and prices selected at random from the immense stock--Read and reflect: . . .. : CLOTHIN-G DEPARTMENT MEN...

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. — 15 February 1907

VOI - . U.7. I; . Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is tIe' Home Paper of Wino Parish a eople. 7PW.am evU MBRr Ma VOLUME XIII0. WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 19o7. NUMBER j9. ature madd Nakeu .aue, the spicing of broken bones na Can give the best surgeon pointers. a bone Is broken the splintered ends sa surrounded with cartilage un dil they are frmly held in position. Thea gradually a layer of bone is aIl-eed between them and soldered to gether. All the phyrscian has to do as to bring the two ends of the bones together so that the point will be smooth and even. Nature's little gernta do the rest.-New York Tribune. Ithat Goverm. Spelltnr. , haespeare spelled his own name in ixteem different ' ways awhiC. have Swed, and it is evident that Eliza spelling "depends upon the mth. and fancy of the speller." It is theiretitg ptwr which made spelling 'l U)ltyptgS It. and it TI after all. e the pnteros reader mere than on the prfessor that the spelling of the t...

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. — 15 February 1907

Is the 'Oplnlas of Pumleut Barrett of the Natlonal Farmers Union. lHon. Charles S. Barrett, of Georgia, president of the Nation al FarmE re Union, and Hon. O. P. Pyle, of Dallas, Texas, editor of the Nktional Co-Operator anad Farms Journal. spent last Fri day in Winnfield, coming down from Buston where they made addresses to a gathering of farmers on Thursday. This was not Mr. Pyle's first visit to Winnfield, he having at tended the State convention of the Farmers Union here July 4, 1905, but this was Mr. Barrett's first visit. He said we have a fine little town, with every pros pect of its becoming a good sized city. He also said be had heard that we have some Farmers Union people in this section and said that the large State Central Waredouse at this place confirmed the report. T he distinguished visitors spent the greater part of the time they were here at the offee of J. W. Boyett, Jr., State Seo retary of the Farmers Union, where they asked about the Union business i thi state....

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. — 15 February 1907

} Di·te Attor.ey, tO. lL im D. Term Thompon, u ldwell Prsn ry terms, d day in J ry and ast Mond, C.ay in ly. Ci tms, Judge, George Wear, Columbia. District Attorney, O M. Grisham, Terms of COut-COldwef Parish: Jury terms, 2nd Monday in Jannry and 1st Monday in iuly. Civil terms, lit Mondays in Apri and Octber. Jackson P~ihi ary terms, 1st Mon day in February and 3rd Monday in Jnly. Civil terms, 2nd Monday in May and lit Monday in November. Winn Parish: Jury terms, 1st Mon days in Jane and December. Civil terms, 4th Monday in March and 3rd Monday in October. WImN PANIT. P w arian on.. 4 ýiatry P. Gamble, Sherif, F. L. Shaw Winadeld. j Clerk of Court, P. ý. Abel, Winafeld. Amemor, J. T. Durham, Winnield. Treasurer, J. W. Wamoa, WiaSfeld. Coroner, Dr. J. J. Peters, W faSeld. SSurveyor, J. L. Dark, Winnfeld. Justices of the Pace. SWard 1, C. . Bevill and. C. Jones, Winaield. Ward 2, J. W. Car Beseb. Ward 3, a. B. Newaoe, iekey Valney. a Ward 4, A. J. Taylor, ansville. Ward 5, . ]. Wyart...

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. — 15 February 1907

U P1 --- U i~e eM s W~wsmM tPmeim M aail WA. L. 3iUiIT. Er * lbra i d ti r Seel Heard a6d Jmurh~n d riem Pd sm 3 LAAUila reos mi4s knew. em eppiledhoa. AP i l ,ll iMi mi Ism ma PsatiseR will be glad Is retese a pb Ikeiai. the ,slwa of reepemaMe Mitaa snpew all a~bwet ladpblic Interest. AU sedictss toe pmblimtou mt msibew absy the writer the -q wll mat b werrih writer reasts tt a$1 be wheltd. i Friday, February 15, 1907. 9EEWLIPEIT S A HIBS CmH.. New Orleans Picayune Feb. 8: The Picayune has no more than a a mere curious interest in the Thaw case, now the center of s. much attention, not only at New Yrk. where it is being conducted, but throughout this vast country. Nevertheless, it can not con template the depicting of an act of most atrocouas infamy as set forth in the thrilling narrative of the young wife as told on the . witness stand yesterday, without giving expression to the extreme indignation which the crime desaibed, must evoke from every honest and chivalrous man. The infe...

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. — 15 February 1907

"THE CASH STORE" $ Every'nne who has traded with us knows the value of our merchandise. We are We are selling receiving daily new spring goods -and you are aware of the fact that all goods are very gout our line of much higher than they were last year, at least Twenty-five per cent higher. We bought every dollar's worth of our Spring and Summer Goods six months ago to protect Ladies Waists ourselves and our customers. Therefore we are now in a position to offer to our at ridiculously customers better values than can be had anywhere. "low prices. They say, ,-How Do They Do That!" But we do it just the same. - 2 00 White and Colored 1 40 1 "3 5o chins Silk Waists 8 50 W atch This Paper For Our Bargains 5 Poi .,t, Wsp 350 Scalicoes Our Corset Trade New Silk S ll brd hoo worth i New New Silks just received from New York. ro Y k 1-!t to go at 5o. We enjoyed the largest corset trade of our many years experience ' It will pay you to come early sad make your One lot A. F¥. Giaghm worth 1! 1...

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. — 15 February 1907

;LIME AND CEMENT An up to-date eathg plce where aD the best there its he bd st aU lthin `ý. LIONS BT u o 'a MONýIR OE, LA. LIME AND CEMENI I have enroute one car load each of - LIME AND -CEMENT If you are ,ow, or eqpect to be, in the market in the very near fuote it will pay you to tee me before baying. I wllt make you some intereeting prices ,,R. H. FLETCHER SMITH & ORISHAM S Drug Company J.. Corner Madn & Abel Sts. : WINNIBLD, A. FIRL LINE OF FRESH DRUG8, PATENT MEDICINES, * , PAINTS, o0L1, VARNISH AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES . . .. Toilet Articles, O(e Bapplies and PFaey Ststiaery SPrompt an sdt C£u'iteu:.asr Attention Special Inducements a TO THOUB WISHING TO PURCHASEB fhardware, _e [ru, Stoves, Tie ware, (laiiassware, C ke , Mattings, iRug~- BgeSurSries, Harness aund Suldimu ICiIUe AI. and E ,vaoItors, We will pq railroad fare bok was to those rn aklrg rchoes fr i s tothe - u4 3 diWie W. ns ii full sad complets upwistb ol as tbasu.Ugshý. PRICE HARDWARE f PURNITURE CO., Ltd. ...

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. — 15 February 1907

. folows: wes - 1- ,ec. . and elý301No·i n i 1m o Tia west on the *'es itCrbteek pd and booeing .eamndtfully ask that yoer onorabie l, gw thiw n and under the authorit3 ur ofpon you b3 rorw Cle S2 of the Con stMatloof the Stise of Louisian,; by Act No. 2I !a the General Ao 1embly of the State of SLsa ade of p ro d Jy tk 1 and beno. --4of the General Asuemby ot thie pruto ILsfas, approved July 1. 1902; by Act No. 24of the General Assembly of the State o ýofthe General AsaemMby ,t the State c, hixana, app4roved Juy 5, 154; and by Act No. 167 o the General Aseemubly of the State o" laeidaUa also approved on the 8th of July UMI, do order that a special eleation be held . the uanner required by law. or the purpoi a det0eraining woether or not a special tax is eaxess of the constitutan~: limitai.,n of tax paSn rovided by and declared in Article 2a eltde Constitution ot 1898, sbal be levied o, the property liable to taxation within saic Fellowshilp ochooi District. Petitioners further pray...

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. — 15 February 1907

.4x"ICPrices w ill reach ." " the lowest limit dur ing this * . Fifty Sales Ladies, Cash WINFIELDS' Boys and Bundle Wrappers L S" GREATEST SALE Apply at once -_ ' Let nothing keep Entire $35,000 stock of high-grade Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Groceries, turned E e ' over to the American Salvage Company, of Atlanta and New York to be sold regardless of cost in .o DAYS to "Store closed Monday and Tuesday and Opens Wednesd4y February 2o, 19o7 at Nine O'clock, Sharp i-IE L PI!L THE AMERICAN SALVAGE COMPANY - .( .5 inBt L Note" From Are known from coast to coast as distributors of underpriced mer "SIES ECHER COMPANY LTD. chandise, therefore . SIESS.-BELOHER, NY, 'TO 4 1 TA P E of WINNFI-LD and surrounding country: Ow- E H AND WAIT leg to thle continued mild weather of the past ason, we have on our hndstg ousaMds of dollars worth of fall and winter merchandise that For the opening of the most sensational sale oe the age, Wednesday w" must a ltad is at thet. season of the ye...

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. — 22 February 1907

-'-+ + ----- . - e.s t'<+t .-; + -,~ .-t-; -I -5 -~ : ~kujern *jentineLt ntrgb o isra.s ebUfhi e1. Establihed ill9 The Southern Sentinel Is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. P.r"s. rpe ryFl'y. vr. ik"Hisbed togs~~P~rY~W I~. Sslseripum Sa.os per Yer - wm 'li,. XHL WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .2, 1907. NUMBER . WN PUOCGRESIVE LEAGUE MET Several Important SlMatters and Appointed Committees Winnfield Progressive held a meeting Tuewlav Vice-President M. C. I presiding. ormation was given to the to the effect that J. M. and associates, of Alex ,are about to establish a mill of about 100,000 daily at some point yet to be oed and that there is a to have the plant located geld if sufficient induce are offered. The matter te.verred to a committee. attention of the League called to the fact that d Railroad will in Car future locate divisional and shops. The matter Ytraed over to the proper eibir appointed a commit posed of J. D. Pace, L. id J . .Mathews to attend...

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. — 22 February 1907

r ...a.b ae a..er We publish below bthe speech of Sergeant.-Major O'Neil, of this pariah, taken from the columns of the Mooroe Registfr, and which was delivered on the occa mon of the recent 4th of July celebration held in that places After some remarks to the ladies he closed, and was followed by Sergeant-Major Patrick O'Neil, of Bossier, who was loudly called for by the entire crowd. Pat is naturally a modest gentleman and. entirely unused to public discoursing, but, for the accommodation of the audience, came forward at their bidding, and delivered in a finished and eloquent manner, as nearly as we can remember, the following sentiments: "Ladies and gentlemen: I as sure you I feel sincerely the compliment bestowed in calling me to the stand before so vast, respected and talented an audience, and more particularli so, after your having been so handsomely regaled by the elo quent gentlemen, the orators of the day. "I declare to you the position in which you have placed me, is entir...

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. — 22 February 1907

SP!LL? - .. *. .... ": Helc is a chance for a bright little S1g t,. win a handsome prize. S Weare going to give a Buck's Junior range--a perfect stove in miniature--to the girl 14 years of age or under who builds the greatest number of words from the phrase "Buck's Stoves and Ranges" No slang words or proper names may be used. S Begin to-day. The contest will close May Ist. If you want to win the little stove yoar name in a book at our store. The prize is on display in our window. or- further information call at our store. MAWN STREBT LE'S HARDWARE & FURNITURE . ost.. COMP"AW LTD '" ý. IS QUASHED ugoevas man Georges ., charged with MMe of Dr. Aldrich. iamdinet a~aiat Coa aeorg# K. Farrot for of ,Dr. . H. Aklrich Z eii. last November. rtearday night quashed ir: -unot. after a long s, p.rticpated in by eneral and District 4 . reprteseting the a.n J v. Kernn ando. epviestinlg E . - Qu, which the wa qaachsd wert, uoe being that h4 trdered that lboy t ad tdid a i VDwwrry 6, 4 ad de4 ...

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. — 22 February 1907

- . . d tsm.i WiLL eveL stOG...MIbPINm AmD=0 RusDnaUaloW as&". Iaver weit ies sawes" Gasspebeefar m) _e e o maied lNme d e pei end 3o .88 ee an a" now ana Adveuiaing rate mase se auy'HeMo i - dteint.in m.d mmy eajees payt ftw l. rnday, Febsruary SS, tO0.. The balane I of mthie world is all metee. at pubHCic intmde. AUl ea ·her fo writer r"eque thar t be e. ~ Friday, Februar'y 22, 1907. The balance of the world is beginning to watch Winnfield grow. A Kansas man wants to know what kind of a gun is used in crap shooting. An exchange says a boy is the greatest institution on earth. But how about girls? The St. Helena parish Echo has a subscriber irbo had rather have the Echo than the small-pi. , Arkansas now has a z-ceat car fare law. It is only a question of tame when all states will have similar laws. And now Governor Blanchae" is being "mentiosed" for the second place on the Democratic National ticket. At a masquerade party in 'N braska two negroa,. maske, danced with the wives a...

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. — 22 February 1907

ladFs Furniture j Consistng of O Suites, Folding Beds Sideboards Dining Tables, Rolltop Office Desks o Giocartsfor Babies. Agricultural_ Implements S- ,of all kinds * . WINNFIELD SIARDWARE and FURNITURE , CO., LTD,. "* * * * - -'ýa 3 y r yam r I h R ý ¢ 4-"~; "* Aia Cmm~hiw' &* 9 sess gt-Er ~ ~L~~tdi 4. ·I~q w.j ~Cd ··· a~rir ·8 ~L·~·~·I ' : BtrC t k~C~., aA,,.lksi& C1 -O~TlBigLZ:~.W2,,,· 4 -r L~:i. t " ..ý :t c'Y ' * r.Joe Heard of the Bank of Wimnield spent last Sunday in ,Boston. (Constable J. C. Adams of nzd. three was a visitor to town Tuesday. *.4 .-~hal C. C. O'Malley spent Sueday and Monday on a bus taers trip to Shreveport. I will do all kinds of hauling. SGood teams and careful drivers. Iii L'McDade, Winnfeld, La.f22 ,e - « s r. .I: S. McLamorsa his two manly le sonsof Wheel wWi risitors to this city last i-rs Wi Huioe, of Hodgs, La., a.visiittoir~b. J. 8. Huot fyit , returned Sunday to mis Gtatse Melamore, of easse up last Friday . ,V"- .her consi, Mines isad *al....

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. — 22 February 1907

iARRETSO.N CAFE An up-to-atesting PIewb wreall the best the is am be h at all tim•es I tMe SIMMoNs BulDuNG LA. Nes t th e Corsr dsWWu W ONROE, L 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 will make you some interesting prices e R. H. FLETCHER Pha. ..o SMITH & GRISHAM V .. Drug Company .Corner Man & Abel Sts. ::WINNPFIBLD, LA. FULL LINE OF FRESH DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES Toilet Articles, Office Supplies and Fancy Stationery S Prompt .j and . Courteous Attention " - Special inducements i TO ?KOSI WISHING TO PURChASE Hwardm- Parniture; Stoves, TIn wlasware, +Crocker, Mattlng., SýM ls and EVaprators, Wilidows, We Sewing DU Mabluws.; 'We.* wip r*.a~ farebol way to those aigpicae .f astog gt of " 1Y.isms a pM.am up-o-t. e of oil tas ý"n mwI goods. U ~tirPWARE &R**$TU = CO, Ltd. .m UcI~ mid kiPLboi...

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. — 22 February 1907

2A No. C d by Act the st.llate Of ** st of July. elthon be held it wdr the Con ot at tax in smyf the State of Aah May withe ate af ai WP elWao atsbe hel in otimer of tdo l a m de body do submit tay parm sa ll ea to tladto vote at M it e.ttction laws of the the tolLowiag mattuei ,ti serev of hithe isa hre pIdb ctt aoordibt o. eddiiomrsupport to a -paroe ofairectig public l afae of said special ta so ýlyhº lye3 th of time for and dar d t is to ran and be .res, bestaiie with the year that said election acts a of the legislatnre S spectfaul mabe*lt V.W. SUMMW. A. Parker, J. . J.Goteman, H. H. the Powcear rfU)* - ewe l ssr. La. in =u besezrift s iapsciale idilsoabk beld ýriana asm ar ýibh aburded to the pmp an tit4ed towote umder Sit# .1sts a IlaGU WWI the s taxtpt OILY. -ili. o the -tic d i to be eisted jepty easores arWho are u~ ruther me3 d tesai he W.e tnhe heI pulm S th 4 d the a.. u ato r* L0(b~ -d IY ThatsA ~ th31 -, , i ..ý FOR KIDNEY TROUBLE USE PRI CKLY ASH BITTERS t has a br;l...

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. — 22 February 1907

and Wednesday in shrzwpolt. *** Mr. A.J. Long made a lying trip to Monroe ia.s Sunday. Major Strong spent Sunday with his family in Monroe. Ads in The Sentinel pay. "Cut it Out" says many a doctor to his lady pats, becaum he doesn't know of any medi cine that will crwe kmal troubles ecept the sura geon's knife. That such a mnedicin ezits,howeversproved by thousands of cuses made by 7 CARDUI Cures Womb Disease tn as mae ta ves of may w~d, k wOm and rmed oth ers from a litime of chrook ski poss. Itwi cuoe yiOffes we atgivett acaýnc. TIy Sola by al Mruggiss asa dt as In $1.00 boldML. GAVE UP SIRWOR'0R. *I wern a supporter or olw yen, to beep up my vwmb,' ries Mrs. S. J. C Mldsems, Oe Man.svieflN.Y. "Mydocar'saN a msdkae wouM hblp me. AM tama Cardul I g.we up u rsp portram as t we.L' Winnfield Livery and Transfer In La x and Bu ad stand Wi.mf.dd, Louisiana All kinds of first class teams ana vehicles for all kinds of driving. Prepared to do a general road and transfer business. 'Blsses m...

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 March 1907

__ _entntet. " 1 orra. e.r i . a, . h J '. T. Southern Sen.tnel is the d to e of Win, Parish ie.py { 'wp ".. ., , Mr.. .: " 6Mri~e ý '.--. . mmn, anJ . WPLS-M tN B ynjj- ynWIN IbED, WINN PARISh. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1.3n907. NUMBER 4n. :. .. .,, • .= , .. . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . .. .. . .. . . .. .. . . . m , - WAS DESTROYED r EaUrly Wednesday Morning Destroyed the Gin and Grist Kll. The gin and grist mill belonging SMessrs. H. J. Perkins and W. Wright, and located on Jones between the Court House the Louisiana and Arkansas pot, was destroyed by fire at 1 'clock Wednesday morning. The t was worth about $2000 and iesured for $1500 with the reial Union through Mr. L L, Anderson. How the fire d is unknown, but when tv d appeared to have r in the lint room in the end of the building. The was run during Tuesday and down that evening with a t.ill burning in the furnace. bld. have started from this but his possible that some stopped there for the n...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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