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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

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Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

THElE OMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfield. La. as 2nd class mail matter. BUBSORIPTICN RATES. One Year - - . . - $1.00 dix Months - -- 60 cents Invariably in Advance. WM. L. 8MYLIE & CO., PUBS. WM. L. SMYLIE, - - - - EDITOR. ... Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce J. T. WATKINS of Minden, Webster parish as a candidate for Congress to represent the Fourth Congression al District of Louisiana, subject to the Demo cratic primary. Registered Vote of Winn Parish. a o PRECINCT 1 W innfield .......................... ..... 9 10 25 2 Pleasant Hill..................... 23 5 1 4 Tullos Mill........................... 55 6 3 10 8 Hickory Valley ............. 40 4 7 25 Hart School House ............... 26 4 14 43 4 Gansville...................... 66 0 1 26 5 Couley .......... ..................... 15 0 1 3 St. Maurice............................ 832 2 0 W heeling ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

.The Greatest Shoe Sale Winnfield has ever Known is Now O hFifteen Hundred Pairs of High Grade Shoes at and Below Actual Gost of Produc - - MEN'S OXFORDS LADIES' OXFORDS $~$5.50 Patent Kid Oxfords, this sale...... $4.50 AND TIES S5.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, this sale..... 4.00 AND 5.00 Tan, this sale......... .......... 3.75 $3.50 Pump, two straps, this sale........ $2.75 5.00 Gun Metal, this sale ................ 4.00 3.50 Pump, one strap, this sale.... ...2.75 5.00 Oxblood, this sale.............. 3.00 3.50 Patent Tie, this sale................ 2.75 . , 4.00 Patent Colt, this sale ............... 2.85 3.00 Gun Metal, one strap, this sale... 2.25 la ' 4.00 Tdn, this sale....................... 2.75 3.00 Patent, one strap, this sale........ 2.25 4.00 Gun Metal, this sale................2.85 . 3.50 Tan Pump, this sale.............. 2.00 3.00 Tan, this sale ...................... 2.50 2.00 Pump, one strap, this sale........ 1.75 gWhE5hn 3.00 Patent Colt, this sale............... 2.50 "tM...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

'uELIVS SAVEDATSMALL COST Figures Showing Expenditures' for. the Malintenance of Tubercu losis Sanatoriums. In a comparative study of the cost of maintenance in thirty tuberculosis r .sanatori ms the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tu T- berculosis found that the food cost in iost of the institutions represented One-third of the annual expenditures. 1The average daily food cost per pa. tient was $0.544. The expenditures for salaries and wages represented nearly another third, being $0.481 per day per tient out of a total of $1.669. The el, oil and light cost was $0.206 per capita per diem, or about one-eighth = of the total cost. The daily cost in the several institutions ranged all the way from $0.946 per patient to $2.555. In the far west and southwest, as in Colorado and New Mexico and Call fornia, the cost was higher than fn the east, in New York and New England, being $2.025 per patient as against 11.748. The total expenditures of the thirty institutions ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

AFTER FOURYEAIRS 9OF MISERY Cured by Lydia E. Pink C ham'sVegetable Compound w Baltimore, Md. -"For four years my life was a misery to me. I suffered a from irregulari- N ties, terrible drag- a ging sensations, i extreme nervous ness, and that all gone feeling in my stomach. I had n given up hope of s ever being well when I began to take Lydia E.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Then I felt as though new life had been given me, and I amh recommending it to all my friends."-Mrs. W. S. FoRD, 2207 W, Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. The most successful remedy in this country for the cure of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. It has stood the test of years and to-day is more widely and successfully used than anyother female remedy. It has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflam mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir regularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feeling, flatulency, Indigestion, and nervous pr...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

HAVE YOUR MONEY IN THE BANK/or THAT RAINY DAY. Out of a job is wrse S are out ( of money -TART IT Don't you want to start YOUR BOY into A BUSINESS OF HIS OWN, so he can be his own boss? Bank $1,000 now. In 20 years, at 3 per cent, this will amount to $1,810; in 20 years, at 4 per cent, this will amount to $2,190. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. ROGERS, President C. McGINTY, Cashier. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , 1 ý Local and Personal 1 > M:; Miss Alma Ray is visiting relatives in Boyee. Joe Heard visited his home folks at A Juston Sunday. M Miss Beulah Wilson is visiting friends in Colfax. o Mrs. M. G. Jones has been quite sick this week. A shipment of fresh cakes and crax every week. Wood Grocer Co. P. 0. Ausbrook of Alexandria was m visitor here Sunday. George B. Earley has gone to Py s' burn on business. F. IR. Jennings spent Sunday and today with relatives here. } Our TalcuI Powvd...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

...._ 3 ,rO.M RADETV ~~- Base Bal To-day and To-morrow, 4 O'clock p. m., Ringold versus Winnfield. New Presses and New Type Advertisementsinth f aces for Gommercial) ork ac~s for ~ommercial ork I always give the best results Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910. NUMBER Let in the Sunlight. Suppose you knew a man who kept his shades drawn tight all day and,] burnel ke'rosene instead of letting in n the sunlight; Suppose you knew a man toiling along a dusty road who would not i accept a lift-when there was plenty of room in the wagon; Suppose you knew a miller-With his mill built beside a swift-running ] stream-who insisted on turning the machinery by hand. All foolish, you say?, And yet look 1 around you-how few retqilers take F advantage of the great advertising campaigns run by food, textile, cloth add every other manufacturing line that you can name! / Think a moment! What was the ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. 8MYLIE & CO., Pubs. -AINNFIELD, . LOUISIANA. COMFORTED THE LITTLE ONE Soothing Touch of Ugly Deity, and Childish Faith, Wrought instant Cure. Every one knows the comfort little people derive from a kiss on the bruised spot, a loving pat, soft and soothing, on the bumped head. Even lolk of greater growth are not proof against such sympathetic alleviations of their pain of body or mind. A ten fer little bit of human nature is that told by Gilbert Watson in "Three Roll Ing Stones in Japan." The author vis ited a temple where one of the big stone gods was supposed to heal all bodily hurts. "How does he work his cures?" asked I. "By personal contact. Rub the place you wish healed with the same hand you have rubbed him. If we wait we will be sure to see some one try It." No one came for a long time, save one old woman, who laid a little bunch of flowers between the feet of the image, in gratitude, doubtless, for restoration from disease. By and by a shrill, childish...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

1'"LAND CaiCus TowNsRn Y y BRADYi SYNOPSIS. A young woman cast ashore on a lone ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a I young white man, dressed like a savage,. t and not able to speak in any known lan guage. She decides to educate him. She finds him in an attitude of prayer, bab- r bling an incoherent jargon. She finds as human skeleton and the skeleton of a dog. She finds a Bible and a silver box bearing the name of John Revell Char oneck, with a date 25 years before her landing. 3 CHAPTER Ill-Continued. s - t It was not long before she reached V the barrier reef. It stood up a foot or fl two above the water now, the tide be- n ing low, and she clambered upon it. ii The sharp rocks cut her naked and c tender feet, unused to such exertions Ii and unfitted to such demands, but she u persevered. The boat had been beaten d to pieces. It had been forced over b the reef by the hurl of the sea. The a. stern had been wedged in between h some projecting rocks. The rest of it b' had bee...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

TITE COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfield. La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTICN RATES. One Year - - - - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - - - 60 cents i nvariably in Advance. : W . L. SMlYLIE & CO., PUBs. f4.'r__ Wx. L. SMYLIE, - - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. 7 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS ' For Congress We are authorized to announce J. T. WATKINS of Minden, Webster parish, as a candidate for Congress to represent the Fourth Congression al District of Louisiana, subject to the Demo cratic primary. UNITY IS TIlE WATCHWORD d 0 The very excellent work that has s been accomplished by the Commer- b cial Club in securing the reduction d in freight rates, thus saving to the t people of this communiry thousands ri of dollars annually on their pur- o chases, is a reason sufficiently ~ potent to inspire a larger member- o ship of the club, granting that our e people are as thoroughly apprecia- it tive as the.mo...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

Editor Comrade: Since our last, the sun, the moqn, the dog stars and the seven are all on the same line and tamp. ;~ng in the same chamber, and the people call it dog days. Owing to the sultry heat we think it would do to call it dog gone days. Is it n*ot strange that nature freezes six months and boils over t he other six months? How rapid time goes by! From April till Jule the farmers made long cigars, eighteen to twenty four inches for horses and mules to smoke. On account of the black and buffalo gnats and gad flies these cigars were the only ' manufactured articles left out of t the late tariff law, probably be cause the cigars were made from E old cotton yarns that cost the con sumereight dollars per pound; s a cents for raw cotton, 8 dollars for a maln you-factured cotton. Would a it not b,, a Godsend to farmers if their Mm-Rtepresentatives could get t some of these man-you-factured cotton seed to distribute just be. fore election time, eh? It would be so easy for the t candy...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

Farmers Educational and Co-Operative Union of America " 1 Iý t 0 MattersrEspecial Momet to a the Progressive .Ariculturist w It is better by far to be safe than tl iorry. u' Clean the harness directly after 'esing. Most people slip up on their own -smoothness. "Judge not" should ever be present, m .when we begin to question the mo tives of others. High finance means the ability to T] -separate men from their money with- co but the aid of a sand bag. an We get, as a rule, in all the lines of ha (fife just about what we pay for, and cu .we pay for all that we get. of Anybody can play the fool, but he be 'Is a rare genius who plays it and re- po ceives the applause of the multitude. of Money will buy transportation to al most any desirable place except Heav- of en, and it will buy almost anything wI except happiness. the We shouldn't care how many times de' -we have to do a thing in odrder to get ing -it right, but it is a great deal more s~atisfactory to get it right the first the -ti...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

Make the liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver is rit th stomach and bowels are iht. "*TER'S UTTLE U LVERPILLS eutly butfirmly com., pel a lazy liver to S o its duty. g SCures Co . TTL Stipation, IV 1ER Indigen. PILLS. ion, ,: Sick Headache, and Distress after Eating. Small Pill, Small Doe. Small Price Genuine nust Signature Arkansas Director COTTON 1l8 AN g anufactured by body all Improvements and give the best satls. n. Complete system outfits. W also manun. facture Enines 3o tilers and Gasollne En n . Don ttlce I V t buuntil ). SoCHAAD Mt an C toll e En We are not in any Combination or Trust. USE PREPARED OFI Nothing Better. Made by Usona Mfg. Co., Aurora, Illinois. FONES BROTHERS HARDWARE COMPANY State Agents. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS t EASTMAN KODOKS b and Supplies of all 8 kinds. Kodak finish-. ing and enlarging. b JUNGKIND PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY c 812 Main St. , Little Rook, Ark. t1 There Should. Fritz the gardener was a stolid Ger. man who was rarely moved to ex tra...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 19 August 1910

: If . $$AFEj orBURGLAR5 {WHEN rr I$ IN THE BAK Bank your money and rest easy. Burglars can't get it, and schemers and fair weather friends won't be so apt to make your money their money. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. ROGERS, President C. McGINTY, Cashier. Local and Personal ' W. R. Gilmer, fireman on the Rock Island, is on the sick list this week. r Country syrup in half gallon cans. Wood Grocer Co. Miss Lurline Gay of Zwolle is the guest of her cousin, Miss Ruth Harper. Ladies' Home Journal Patterns at Grand Leader Dry Goods Co. J. H. Hart paid Alexandria a busi b ness visit Monday, returning Tuesday. We have the odorless cooking oil in I cans. Wood Grocer Co. Miss Fay Harriss, her friends will , Sregret to learn, is on the sick list this t t- week. Our ginghams is the prettiest line in town. Grand Leader D. G. Co. t Miss Margie Heard of Bernice is the Pguest of the family of her broth...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

O N ew-Pre s ad .ew Typo i .... New [P si ad NewType €Advertisementsin this pepe' Faces' for Gommorolal Work always give the bet results Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910. NUMBER 21 ~_ , aousT1F, 110._ SU_..IU._ Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society. This society met at, the home of Mrs. J. R. Gibbs Moday afternoon, August 22nd and took up their regular study of missionary work. Mri. Martin gave an interesting talk on mission work. Mrs. A. G. Scott dwelt at length on mission work in Africa. Mesdames L. E. DeLoach, W. E. Heard, I. E. Siess and Chas. Johlison read "interesting selections from "Uganda's White Man of Work." After the regular order of business had been gone through with, Mrs. Gibbs and her daughter, Nellie, served delicious ice cream and cake, and all resolved that it could not have come at a more opportune moment. The society is now being strengthened by quite a number o...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. 8MYLIE & CO., Pubs, INNFIELD, - - LOUISIANA. Why worry when the swimming is rood? Flying is sadly in need of a safety attachment. Don't make a man hot by telling him to keep cool. Among the few things that are bet, ter broken may be mentioned heat waves. A German scientist has found 61,. 100,000 germs in a raisin. Boil your raisins. Man has constructed the flying ma thine, but he has not succeeded in taming it. Life-insurance men who refused to take chances on the lives of aviators made a good guess. Instead of trying our popular songs Dn the dog we should first have them lung to the cow and note results. The emperor of China is to wear a military coat of European cut and tuck his shirt into his trousers. China is up and coming. That boy aviator who cuts circles in the sky will not have to wait more th an a week or two before finding imself the hero of a 5-cent thriller. A New York woman has recently been hunting through that city for an honest lawyer. When la...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

PWOO, - CYRUS TowNS " yv BRADY /LLL/JTZrAT/O/y Y /A /Trf-, SYNOPSIS. A young woman cast ashore on a lone ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a young white man, dressed like a savage, and not able to scpeak in any known Ian guage. She decides to educate him. She finds him in an attitude of prayer, bab bling an incoherent jargon. She finds a human skeleton and the skeleton of a dog. She finds a Bible and a silver box bearing the name of John Revell Char nock, with a date 25 years before her landing. She concludes that her com panion is an American and that he was cast ashore on the island when a child. CHAPTER IV--Continued. The first impulse of the woman was to laugh. The next impulse was to take off the palm leaf hat and stand with bowed head and clasped hands. What marvelous miracle was this that throughout the years which she could no longer doubt this man had been alone on the island, there had survived the one childish habit of prayer. and that the one vestige of language w...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

1:THE COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfield.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One'1tear - - - - - - $1.00c Six Months - - - 60 cents Invariably in Advance. WM. L. ShMYLIE & CO., PUBs. :WM. L. SMYLIE, .---- EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce J. T. WATKINS of Minden, Webster parish, as a candidate for Congress to represent the Fourth Congression al District of Louisiana, subject to the Demo cratic primary. THE new movement for the cleansing of the D)emocratic party met in New Orleans Monday, C. Harrison Parker, Judge Lewis, Theodore Wilkinson, Sam Atkin son and others of the sore heads don't look good to us. We are not pleased with some of the laws fix. ed upon us by the administration influence such as the Marks school bill, the game commission and some of the boards, but we can hardly look to the personnel of the convention tha...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

andCORSEýt COMBINED GO wHERE TH CROWD GOES ) _ N GNO STRINGS- NO -EAYY GSTEL \J The Leading Dry Goods Store. No CLASPS - No 'HOOKS o EYELETS -N STRI New Fall and Winter Goods Arriving. Allthe New and Latest Styles 60 HEAVY STEELSN-O La Ginghams, Outings Kimona Goods Ladies' Tailored Suits, Skirts and Wraps Dress Goods Don't fail to see our stock before buying. The Silks Persian All Overs right prices and one price to all. Everything Bands, Trimmings in the store marked in plain figures. Braids, Etc. -0 cýuuL) No trouble to show our goods and we are always glad to have you looking or buying. O' UIN Q GIBSON Court and Abel'Streets, - Winnfield, Louisiana Il n ll []l llI[] ' ap l i F I l l l ll / im I N . . .. . . . . . .. . .. . ""_ . . . . "" SHALL IT BE WATKINS AND THE TRUST or MURFF AND THE PEOPLE? Dear Editor: Mr. Bryan, in The Commoner, recently said: "They Democratic 'Seniators and members of Congress- who voted against free lumber have greatly embarrassed the Democratic party, ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters g'Especial Moment to the Progressive .Ariculturist The fly net is a saver of feed. Some untilled fields are better so. The moving farmer gathers no gear. A rain time is worth nine out of season. Making poor hay means milking a door cow. Too many men mistake promise for prosperity. A spoiled fruit is told by the swelled cans and a weak brain by a swelled head. A Sunday morning in church will -ot offset a week of sharp dealing •with one's neighbors. The main reason why so many farm ers are failures is that they are trying to farm and buy their living, instead Of raising it. The time will come when we will have hornless cattle as sure as we pow have thornless cactus. Horns are as useless as thorns. Some think it an extravagance for a farmer to have a motor car, but we take the position it is better for him to buy gasoline than beer. There is coined money enough in the United States to give each resi dent $35. If you haven't...

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