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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 December 1907

d SIm Tm.1 er. m Iad a. TW. d wliw m ee. * cnyndla esa in¢ nivml ) siidee all en eeas sad nab an ks, aes-- y e t io. she r eson t om AUnry soul ev e tor has . Sgot t s e ptTews el W pies.ate e Taie.el rnmaenuoe and make. theall mbaerns of puais iateree A ntlee fr pauebson m. e sied b* th w*er, t wTewll p pubseed ahowsere, nt to er re3 show them t be wite.n a good SSixteen d battlo this e not laermp ton Rods on Monday for theirm long voyags se put San pre ancisco p.. ea Each vessel is loaded with 20,00t pounFid, o ammunitber ion, 1907.as well as By private agreement with cred itor the Crescent Liquor Corm peatingy ofShreveport hof as gone into 0 the hands of a receiver. the banks of Louisiana on Decem- C her 3 show them to be in a- good C fisancial condition.ic. -t Sixteen battloships left Hamp- s toe Roads on Monday for their long voyage to San Francisco. , Each vessel is loaded with o0ooo0 1 pounds ol ammunition, as well as t provisions in large quantities. tl Scoator TillmSo. has ...

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. — 20 December 1907

CitabE. paemiMet. ei The Sentinel ackncwledges a y call from T. T. Shumate, Wand . _ ps1ia" atteation Is called to s,: elegant line of silverware, \Turbols and band painted china `-rrisd by W. O. Williams. Sý-ANTifD. We buy, wll and ea s second hand furniture. Imaaimn Furniture Store., rear of fbern: S entlinel building. d6-4t t.-mit& riehan Co. bas the . at select line of cut glass in ; s city. Go and ee it. It Mr. A. B. Hall of Tannehill, wsI visitoe to Wiane&kl on Wednesday and paid the Sentinel "- .lyo can't get aeuh for your sicks go aad se W. F. Cnopsr, " will take them for oats, chops. fra., hay, bulls and meal. ý8m p r has the best and cheapest ao to8mith-Orisbam Drug Co. the Ilet akeectioa of dolls, sad uadreused. it AWWhtTED. We buy, sell and 1 nseeed band farmitus. Farntase Sten, ror of Seatol lbuidaki.g. d6-4t y reidence lots Ia south F eiof ta, know, asmwaeis 1 aris. Prioms deap, pay mry. &.* S-W. F. Coorms. and real China in - Ygesu aJske b for your Christm...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 December 1907

I - rOat Lte ks Ginea TremaaAd I ourOvatluos aM Warm ýWeleoe Thera. The ovation given Governor Sanders last Wednesday night at Aleaalria was one of the grand Ste demonstrations that has ever been held in that city. The writer went to Alexandria on the 3 o'clock Lw. & A. train, arriving at the T. & P. depot at 5 p. m. When alighted from the train, we found about fifty promi nent citizens wearing Sanders and designated other badges as the reception committee, heasled by Mr. B. F. Thompson as ebrirman. Mr. Sanders came on the T. & P. train and was immediately escort ed in carriages to the Rapides Hotel. By 7:30 the Opera House was filled with people of all class es, with many ladies gracing the occasion. At 8 o'clock Governor Sanders. escorted by this magni fient committee of citizens, enter dl the Opera House. At the door the Alexandria Brase Band played as he entered -Hasil to the Chief," which was taken up by the im meuse audience gathered iaside and the applause was lon...

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. — 20 December 1907

_ _ w . ,'lhwy has Threug lAiles to t £A Gulf Railroad a usonced that it Sa poritio to handle traffic Wi.taeld with rates and equal to other lines. Monroe, New Orlcans, and St. Louis, by of through cars with the i Crescent system. When the Tremont & Gulf agrKd Winaueld, the announce ' me was made Inat this euspany aid the progress and devel 'm? st of this town, ansuI expect to make this line strictly a ambaid road. In return they that this fact would be .l by tha business men _.Wiseaeld to the extent of ing legitimate business way of this new a, tery of maication. 'be eompany has the most s quarters and neatest ,s ge of any road enter Wisaneld. Their trains are aid equipments hare purcbased to facilitate their p. a ci"y. Naw through connection. have perfected will make -Ie a a, idel one .Jor the sn of freight frou metropolitan business JRapid transit is the osoe _ - sad .bt 4dre of every . r,. that tt tascts their *Mh wholesale fims and goods in car load lots. . opened by the * ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 December 1907

PAINT FACTS DuraMtlty is the True Economy of Paint Zie makes paint durable. Ziac is tough and elastic. Zianc will not chalk; lean will. Zinc is not poisonous; lead is. Zinc is much whiter than lead. Zinc absorbs 50 per cent more oil than lead. Zinc covers ouse third more surface than lead. Go to the south and west side of any building painted Just two years with pure white lead and oil and you can rub the "paint" off on your hand like whitewash. iRchter's Durable Paint is over a Fourth Lead, but over One Harf Zinc *s i sd paint is kli paint sad klf loil. Don't pay palat prices lfor stai oil a su. is dautrasnuble i. sinsteutks paint ot canned oil. On gallon asL's maes two gallos nied paint. United sates Government speelsbations apes rsgns** THE EBF.IRSON PAINT COMPANY Se Mam.acturers St. Louis, Baltimore, Toledo, New Orleans, Seattle (GEO. B. SPANGLER, Agt. Plrs5e 15 WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. E. JACKSON The Shoemaker Will b2 found located on the west side of Court Square. Shoe making a...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 December 1907

S-etier Div). a. mas drib. fS . m. lor Mope, Ark. SI p. I r miadea, La. MitSs . for Jena, La. iS p. . for JeI.a, Lai 35l a. nm. Eur Alrzaadzla, La. StM p. m for Aleandria, La. asLwahy Navlgatl~ e Os S (ed River Valley). 1 adr a-Dep. 5:16 a. . daily. - -ma-Ar. iI a. m. daily. _-. i::iiD. am. daily. t & Gulf Rigiroad Mi ,. 1l, m. Botween Tremont and Wialeld. OBIII BOUND. L5.p }Saisy: No. 0 leaves Winn. ain.. Cathamville 10 51 a- m., Nro. n..Swviu. Tremout 12:li p. m. So. leaves W.anfeld :GS p. m., Sp. aM., issr 7:56 p. m., rr .: son: pou b . I Ihaves Tremont 5:1 a. m, Eros . Cha. Ville 15:15 a. m., arriving a.spt S.aday; No. U leaves Treninnt p_, arriving Bros :23 p.m m; No. 81 mi s a. m., ChathamvilleI : a. m, fimaeld i a. m. mmaestsatTre.oot with V. 8 & a Moaroe had Shreveport. Train ,Im,.s at Tremoast with V. 8. A P. is Memroe and Shreveport. ALFRED MEAD, GOaeral Passer Alene oing Home PtUR THE olidays? *EDUCED RATES AND .: ACL SERVICE VIA I YOU ARE PLANNING TO AS AND NEW W...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 December 1907

'§ ."-' WAITI WAIT!! WAIT!!!e wto I M w ant to eIloy We want to eploy 3 TEN TEN 3 Salesladies I Qq1srneen | " I--I I $30,000.00 Worth of Seasonable Merchandise $30,000.00 5 iBeginning, Dec. 2(7, 1907-1908 7, January, Ending I Acknowledged Fact That We Carry the If You Want To Make Money Come to SLargest and Best In d Dry Good in the Parebh. We d dtat we have too many this. Moacy saved is money made. We mean what we say. The goods mgto g goods and we want to sll $20,000 WORTH hi takin oM annual go.r We want to sell $20,000 WORH before taking inventory, and we Inventry, January 10, 1908. are determined to do it, If low prices count anything with the peopic. U Everything will be Within the Reach of the Purchaser Nothing Reserved from this Sale. Everything included When we Say GREAT SALE, we mean it. The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to the People of Win n Parish to Buy Thousands of Dollars Worth at Actual Cost and Many things Below Cost. Read a Few Prices John B. state Hat, worth 4...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 December 1907

+A YOUR POLL TAX, THEN REGISTER AND GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE FOR J. Y. SANDERS _ tndtrne dntinet. ee. s. e. w . Established X859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. jPs 'n ý r Mmm. VOLUME XIV WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1907. NUMBER 87 SfIIISTMAS JOYS AT WINNFIELD Snta Claus Visits the Churches and Gives Gifts to Good S. S. Children. Tihe city of Amsterdam claims ;.St. Nicholas as its patron sainf, me.e familiarly known as Santa Class, and throughout land his birthday, December 6, is cele Sbrted as St. Nicholas day. I hmiajority of christian lands he 'akly visits the homes on Christ Urns eve and at dawn On that an tiwvsmrsy hus visit to the millions i, the bhomes of the earth, is evi by his bounteous presents the ebildren, by their well filled with every imaginable In, Winnfield be made tE hearts of hundreds of by hanging gifts on the trees in the Baptist and ' churches. M:t ti Baptist Church he was by proxy and he was represen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 December 1907

WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN 60LD To the sick and suffering. To those who have kidney trouble. To anyone who knows what it is to be unable to work PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a golden remedy. It cures kidney ailments, liver torpidity, Indigestion and constipadton. Puts the system in perfect order, restores strength, appetite and cheerful spirits. Ont Os ..b ~. wit h the F% 13" . S. .. Ler d. Sold by Druhts.L Prik $1.00 per boetl. SMITII-GRISHAM DRUG CO., 8.ScIAL AGNTBs. Obsolete Custom. Senator Davis evidently hor rified the old fogy custom of t e Senate that the new members must keep their mouths shut and imbibe their wisdom from the inane drippings of their prosaic elders. Commenting on the re cent outburst of Senator Davis on trusts, combines and corpora tiops the Shrevepor t Journal says: 1 There are men in that senate who could remain there- until doomsday without gaining agrain of knowledges, and these are they who insist that men with missions and with duties they are pledged to perform, s...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 December 1907

Specialties For The Holidays. From our immense and complete Christmas stock we have selected a few thin that you might not Lthink of and these are only a few of the many attractive things that we are showing this year: A Scarf Pin or a Pair A Locket or Nice Piece Buttons for "Him" That Christmas Watch of Silver for "Her" * Give her a locket and see her eyes sparkle! Ti y Sa i n tynks an o mu- I ave spendi assrtmet a prc fro ally attractive a to make either, or both, a ost Should combine beauty and reliability. This season " * " * desirable ift, for '"hi.. It ais q inte there are many improvements in the standard makes $1 $25 w. e shoing m of t combinatns - and my stock contains only the very latest models. t O-p eTheg dprices andg my c to the y ihestm . In gold filled qlity the price of The prices range from $1 on up to the highest. I have just opened a shipment of the daintiest, range from 50e to $1.50, of links from 50c to little things in Sterling Silver that ever came to $3.00. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 December 1907

wsU A ao-e- - m ma r.e Im-a r-eo ars... . iase.a,"Mw a" _e..ne.. ...s..e  .... ! .n dammas P.d m. an Bibdea m m·ememr ete parible to pI. .tie mtI the wrirl. q mai ILMad e me 2ee 7. hT w1er, the werected eat Mansfield, wIth dica . Friday, December 27, 1907. erected at Mansield, was dedicat ed on Dec. 17 by Rt. Rev. C. Van De Ven, Bishop of Natchitoches, 'assisted by several priests. When such men as Harriman seek to gain control of the trans portation of the world, it is about time to use drastic measures to curb his vaulting and dangerous ambition. With such power he couldi make vassels of the pro ducers and precipitate a panic at will, That is a remarkable story of Fagas Hoffman. a life prisoner of Si a Sieg. On-Dec. i8 be was tw.ried to New York on parole alter 4 years spent in prison. He stack close to the warden for fear .beiqn lost. He says he has not ;a rined in the world and is afraid $,beiqg aloJneoutside of the gray w.als which are the only home be moos. " A revolt against ...

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. — 27 December 1907

WAIT! WAIT!! WAITII! - .rat to employ We want to employ TEN TEN Salesladies Salesmen $30,000.00 Worth of Seasonable Merchandise $30,000.00 _ Beginning, Dec. 27, 101-1908 7, January, Ending .Acknowledged Fact That We Carry the If You Want To Make Money Come to Larget and Best line of Dry Good in the Parih. We find that we have too many this. Money saved is mnymade. We mean what we say. The goods must goods and we wanttol $20,000 WORTH before taking our annual go. We want to sell $20,000 WORH befre taking inventory, and we ory,Janary 10, determined to t anythn g wic th the peop. le7 Everything will be Within the Reach of the Purchaser Nothing Reserved from this Sale. Everything included 3 When we Say GREAT SALE, we mean it. The Greatest Opportunity 3 Eve. Ofhred to the People of Wlan Parish to Buy Thousands of Dollars Worth at Actual Cost and Many thints Below Cost. ReadA Few Prices ob B. Station Hats, worth 4 aid $5 this sale, only $1 Bby Snits at actual cost. I.l-Blesched Sheeting, ...

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. — 27 December 1907

PAINT' FACTS Duraility Is the True EPconomy of Paint 3rse makes paat durable. Zinc is toug and elastic. Zane will not chalk; leh wll. Zinc is not poisonous; ledI ias. Zinc is much whiter than lead. Zinc absorbs 30 per cent more oil than lead. Zinc covers oae third more surface tha lead. Go to the south and west side of any building palmatd ust two years with pure white lead and oil and you ma rub the "paint" off on your hand like whitewash. th'Lis DuraMe Paint is over a Fourth Lea, bet over One Half Zinc Is l a G U 0 a a pdait hlf oi l. i onýt pay palm pelssmkrL oil mabekr nk. two at... apt.. pa Umta stabs ovet alS. G palem THE EBERSON PAINT COMPANY Sole Manufacturers St. Louis, Baltimore, Toledo, New Orleans, Seattle GEO. B. SPANGLER, Agt. Phase I3 WUWQIeLD, LOtUasAN!A L. E. JACKSON The Shoemaker Will e tound ocated th west ide of Court qare. Shoe making ad repairig also all kinds of barns, work Ca ll ad my stock and e what it takes to do Astcl. work. rty what the people waSts A po...

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. — 27 December 1907

lftieiU. r -tr J ., dLel. Wll g p am. for Jesa, I.. ! . i0 p. t. fcr Je, A, La. S 1 a.-c. a. . t,. Ai -zardai. La. lLetI !p.m for Altandria. Ia. saIway s Navlgatism Os. (Red River Valley). Dep. 8:16 a. .daily. nd-Ar. 11.1 a. n dail IDeip 3 :4 p. m daily. nd-Ar. 6- :X. m. daily. ant & Gulf Railroad ; lE r Nev. 1L, 1007. Between Treiout and Sr Winnfeld. NORTH BOLUND. Sunday: No. So leaves Winn a. Cbathamville l0 1 a. ma., tm S. in.ves vi.g Tremout 12:10 p. m. 2- leaves Winnfield 6-0 . . ., "S n8 el m., Iros 7 .- p. a., at rsaeaet 7:4 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. 1U$y No I leaves Treioot 9:16 . m., Rio. l a. Chaimaville l0:16 a. i., acrriviong ' eW d Is 0oes. ak s pt Sunday; No. 8 leaves Temost - ._.,. arriving Era 2:29 p. m ; No. t8 81M* I a. m., CthLamrville 5: a. m., SA Wimaleld 8 a. m. .tl . m o. l cosmeetsat TreuMnt with V. 8. `W b.- m Moar aa BShreveport. Train .1 eraeets at Trewant with V. S & P. to Mearoe and Shr.-veport. ALFRED MBAD. General Pa.ses r AMent, • ~W tnaleled, La. Gf...

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. — 27 December 1907

3amris ul, her@, Jamary UI. 1t. Cook. of Natchitoches, is visiag his father, Mr. J. J. Cook, and family. Mr. M. F. Mache., from eJackson, Mies., is visiting his imother and family during the holidays. Call at the New Furniture Store for anything you want in the furn tare line. nl5tf * C Mr. W. U. Richardson, a pro mimeet citizen of Arcadia, spent Monday in Winnfield. Maj. Will A. Strong, managing editor of The Sentinel, left for Monroe on Monday, and will be gone several days taking Chriqt mas with his family. * * . Maj. Will H. Tunnard left for Shreveport Tuesday, and took his Christmas dinner with his grand .ciidrek Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Gladney. For the neat thirty dp.s De Bray, the gr er, wilt give a- m$ d.lo icture free with every dome cabinet photos at the regunar price. na2tf a * ** J. L Peters, who has been at teding Talame edical deper meat, is at home for the holidays. I U s ae't get cash for your ~pe ed see W. F. Cooper, he wl te thisf for el t, ebops, has the belt sad oe...

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. — 3 January 1908

-. RALLY AT WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, JANUARY 15,1908 S '." i "b ab ,in, The Southern Sentinel Is the im. Paper of Win. Parish I'ople .--. *.) y. XIV " WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908. NUMBER 88 jh l~sa Deed in Woods uoath IS Shroeded With Rystery. moraing twd4me., and George Thomas, eamployed in the Tane Ry *e:l t _ eight miles E·a of Swent o equirre: They arierya bot.le with them. About 3 afternoon Thomas lnel.. He states that n and went to sleep., tired. When he awoke hSad dammpererl and be -m led him sad returned him. At the camp noth tg h ofh his absence be that be had sear by camp. When it vrport the qut day a hsetatated and prose the da. On bmty was found Ia the itfe wee extiaet. made an examsa J. i , ce sro , iw as far as poe. eidted what has been ir& Pasting was thatI e-se to his death i wemndISi sd by i 3a the ha-ds sofa- a '-s body wa found been deard is eah ethigh, boe, one la th the lest one I the of which cesld I Nir thfnWul dag id I satil 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. — 3 January 1908

S . s uor h old TlrI hd tosled the tswelv trins of the ·idnight bear, Tie belted vailwytrain was speeding throNgh the ditind t shadows the wa-I ing moonbeams and the battling boets of darknae. The train stopped as a way station in asirer to the sLgnaL The passengers were acurled upon the eats to esteh the drowsy god while the train sped on its way. All but one. He was a journa list and a reporter. He had turn ed over a seat in front of him and was enjoying ease with becoming dyguilty, In came a couple of pas seogers. The girl pointed to a eat againat the front of the car behind the tall back of the revers ed seat on which that journalist was reposing his limbs. That twain, for the other was a young man. dropped into the seat and it was a cosy retreat from observa tion. They could not see the lynx-eyed reporter in. front of them. He could see the top of a bhat ad next to it a dainty fabric of a woman's head gear orna mested with white silk ribbons. His attention was drawn by the myst...

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. — 3 January 1908

t.B L Anderson WINM I aEI LOUISIANA INSURANCE P led, Pits Oaim Best Compeais Repressitl mUsy rs Li"l tyU Your Busiss Solicited W. MACKINTOSH ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER Plan Furnished-Construction 8uperiatended SO io over Seatinel Printing Office WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA MEYER BROS., LTD. teadquarters for the latest Novelties in Dress Goods H siery, Neckwear, and Ready to wear Garments Agents for Manhattan and Eagle Shirts Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes Men's Hannan Shoes , Men's Hawes Hats ' Zelgier Brothers Celebrated Laten Shoes .ple sent cheerfully and orders filled the same day as received. Monroe, Louisiana. U 1. Wm . 4d3. I. . PM L. 9. 9@8=4 Vimtesta ...UACHITA NATIONAL BANK S. - o $ OFo sNROE - i til.$aoe,ooo Surplus $Seoeo tA. ASSTS OVER ONE MILU0N DOLLARS b.* Lnge. sad omse T** soar to Ae she Orr ' ` ta d C s adiw Ieb A M OM7 1. II d II at rate`- p-s cent ·S~;···rs~ry : C .yrý 11 J : E k ' .g - _ ; ° ' i .+ i ýýt ý'.-Y ý '' M. WiI1 IRCREESS OF TOWN OF WINNFIELD Some of the Forces That H...

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. — 3 January 1908

iI ta e md - a.e t r so .. d.lrnr. 1 l rmml ik mU an-.....--* .a.. ...'. . Q.. wois V ** r, . {LM shar emet w be wiahdo da.Wb wam nma. y ld a.. dm .a ue um ed-a e pu t terao re mart aP-am- h puh , r, . s. lb via t Friay, Jasuary 8. 1908. The prohibition movement gath ers strength as it goes. Sncuator Tilman has introdAuced a bill in duction of liquor into local option tb'e methods by which the . lkiason followers squirm and ddge every issue of the campaign a4ld seek to place every burden vpbo the shoulders of J. Y. San ders, make the peop10e s.ile The hearoibitiag on the wall proclaims Sdecisivevictory for the son of S. Mary. It may now e expected that all in kinds of rumors will be set afloat as tate to prwil be the standard besrer of the Republican hosts. Hughctioes of New York. is now be leg eationed in this connection. SpVeakra Casnon and Secretary Taft are prominent names for Ro deivelts sccetory for Roosevelt's uccesor. The Farmers' Educational anu Co-operative Union will met ...

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. — 3 January 1908

LO 0SING OUT SALE.U To Quit Business I INVENTORY $1,967.19 WORTH HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE I __--Will be placed on Sale TUDAY, JANUARY 7, 1908, AT 8 a. m. i For Nine Days Only a - At Ten Per Cent less than the Actual Cost. Remember that will rbe a saving for you of all the merchants profit and Ten Per Cent below the actual Cost. . This Will- Be Your Last Chance buy goods at a trifle. Now is your time to save hard earned dollars. Never in the history of Winnfield was I own such opportunity to buy goods for a little of nothing. Therefore take advantage of this onderful Closing Out Sale where One Dollar I cash will do the buying of Two Dollars elsewhere. Does not matter how many sales there have been and manan sales there wi be, you will never buy goods for such prices again. To prove to you the tremend sacrifice will quote a list of prices and if you will come and see you will certainly be convinced. TTIENTTIONM. Our store will close its doors Monday, January 6, at | t noon in order to a...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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