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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

. cFYOU `HA VEj. . ~farla or Pile, Sick Headache, Costive S Dowels, Dumb Aguo, Sour- Stomach nd ng!f:: Bdchl, I yosr'food doesour- t ,.. you have no appetite, P l Kutt's PiIls a'; ll cure these troubles. Price, 25 cents. "J. , m n Arkansas Directofy MACHINERY Engines and Boilers kw Mills, Grist Mills, Cotton Gins. Mili 8n plIes Sall kinds. Frleight prepaid to any Point. ar ock low prices, prompt shipment. Send forCata }oguo"M." BSN. DD SCIiA.AD, 224 Last Markhbarc BEAT THIS n No. 2 Smith Premiersand #o. 6 Remingtons; former price $100. Sold at $3 per month at an advance. Guaranteed one year. Ready for use. No. 8 Olivers $39. L. C. Smiths and Vnderwoods. Sold over 8000. ?AUJN.LOXGLET, 905 W. Second Street, Little Rock, rk. Send today for bargain list. USE USOOA PREPARED ROOFING Nothing Better. Made by Usona Mfg. Co., Aurora, Illinois. FONES BROTHERS HARDWARE COMPANY State Agents LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS A BLUFFER ALWAYS. Ella--A man is as old as he feels. Stella--How about woman? Ell...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 26 August 1910

SITH .-: J§7t No man, however w, !thy he be. should be without a READY CASH RESERVE for some quick business stroke which may yield him quick fortune. No business is a profitable business from which a man may not draw out some money and bank it. M 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. [Continued from first page.] P. C. Hyckembottom is having his residence remodeled and re-painted this. week. Mrs. D. T. Dale of Bienville is visiting the family of H. H. Flanagin b this week. Our fall and winter line of gingham '-has arrived, call by and see them. Grand Leader Dry Goods Co. i Mrs. Gill Smith of Carson, La., is in town this week visiting relatives and friends. e McCall patterns for sale only at O'Quin & Gibson's. c If you want to make your feet feel good try a pair of our WALK-OVER I Shoes. Grand Leader Dry Goods Co. I Miss Edna Turlervil...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

T*MewPese bd wTye I. Advertisementsin this ppe New Prees and New Type always ive the best results faces for Commercial Work j ,bCO M,vb-, Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. ,,-- - :IIK'[ INI l tl "IN Opening of Schcol. The opening excrcihs of the Winn- 1 field High School w:1l) he held in the red auditorium at nine o'clock Monday At] morning, Sept.i mber 5th. There will St( be two or hreec talk by prominent a t citizens of Wiinfield, in addition to pri which there will be some important bui announcements made by the princi- Wi pal of the school concerning the ple course of study and the policy of the eat school in general. It will be worth in the time of any patron of the school bej to go to the school building for a ha short time to hear the talks by the me citizens and the announcements of ok the principal. the Everpbody in Winnfield is cordially hit invited to be present an...

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

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, - . LOUISIANA. - -----Ch W:HO IS THE SOUNDING SHAD? Hs Is Habitually Merry and Bright, Affords Interest, Amusement Tr and Some Sport. We note with a profound sense of gratification that the sounding shad has arrived. Who is the sounding shad? some may ask. We answer pal that he is a fine old sport whose the presence in this country causes a sel flutter in the breast of every suscep- pe! tible ichthyologist. Let there be no otl misconception about the sounding me shad, says the London Globe. He is the not a billiard-room guy that one may wa casually challenge to a hundred up, at or a low comedian, or a new thing in Cit trombones. the No. The sounding shad is a regu- apj l'r and welcome visitor who arrives 1 when the song of the nightingale is tal heard in the Surrey lanes, and the er liquid notes of the American tourist "bh percolate through the atmosphere of tin Bloomsbury. He is a fish-just a lar fish, but one of the right sort....

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

ibej5LAN.. tNCR1&4: CYRIUS eTowSEND v y B YADY }pVY/ R/'Tr/oQ4dY (C/ftAfP,.// CMOPYRI/Ni/ IYf 'AT 6R/TA/] SYNOPSIS. A ypung woman cast ashore on a lone ly island finds a solitary inhabitant, a .young white man, dressed like a savage .and unable to speak in any known lan guago. She decides to educate him and 1 mold his mind to her own ideals. She pinds a human skeleton, the skeleton of a £ dog, a Bible and a silver box, which i "lead her to the conclusion that her com ,panlon was cast ashore on the island *when a child, and that his name is John 1 Revell Charnock of Virginia. Near the skeleton she finds two woman's rings, one of which bears an inscription "J. R. 1 C. to M. P. T. Sept. 10, 1369." Katharine Brenton was a highly specialized product of a leading university. Her writings on 1 the sex problem had attracted wide at tention. The son of a multi-millionair becomes infatuated with her, and the ,decide to put her theories into practice With no other ceremony than a hand clas...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

THE COMRADE. a Published Weekly. f Entered at. the Post Office at Winnfileld.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year . - . . - - $1.00 C Six Months - - - - - 60 cents i Invariably in Advance. WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBs. WM. L. SMYLIE, - - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. r Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. ANNOUNCEIMENTS For Congress We are authorized to announce J. T. WATKINS of Minden, Webster parish as a candidate for Congress to represent the Fourth Congrossion al District of Louisiana, subject to the Demo cratic primary. To Voters of fourth District. Minden, La., 25th, 1910. My D)ear Sir: Under the pretense that it is a communication from A Voter, Judge Murff has inserted an ad vertisement in the newspapers under the. caption '.Shall it be Watkins and the Trust or Murff and the people." In his advertisement Juage Murff states that I voted for a tariff on pulp wood. I did not. I spoke and voted to take the tariff off of wood pulp and...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

CONSTITUT L ONo AMENDMENTS Pro ACT NO. 2. Asa siaate Bill No. 1. Ht .A JOINT RESOLUTION Con i Prroposang an amendment to the Constitution sub of tlet State of Louisiana for the assess- Sta " nt, levy and collection of a tax in the ut Parish of Orleans and the State of Lou- the isiana, in aid of locating and building an tIt exposition in the city of New Orleans to ,1, celebrate the completion of the Panama as Canal; said tax to be expended under the _s direction of the World's l'anana Exposi- of tion Company. fon Bection 1. Be it resolved by the General oEa Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two- Net thirds of all members elected to each house el concurring, That an amendme:nt to the Con- een stitution of the State of Louisiana be sub- ita twitted to the qualified elector, of the State Stsa for their approval or rejection as required bl by Article 321 of the Cons.titution of the State of Louisiana at the Congressional eap election to be held on the first Tuesday next ra following th...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, - - LOUISIANA. WRITER OF FAIRY STORIES. Let us admit, if we can do so with out ruffling the feathers of the Ame pan eagle, that there are some things other nations do better than we. France, for instance, has a childlike heart, along with the more mature qualities which make for the ascend ancy of that country in thrift, in ence and in many fields where hard heads r.ount for so much. And in this youthfulness, this simplicity, it is very fond of the fairy tale. Here we are growing so practical, so sordid, so un imaginative, save in our big business transactions which sometimes take away the breath in their utopian sweep and immensity, that we look upon the fairy story' not only as a useless waste of time, but even worse, says Cleve land Leader. It makes children dream ers when they should be focusing their minds o: money. And so the army of Gradgrinds grows all the time and fights the poor little remnant of ima gination left us as...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

WO t G _ CRO_ _OE STo O'QUIN Q GIBSON ST The Leading Dry Goods Store O STRIHNGS -NO NEAV STEELS New Fall and Winter Goods Arriving Daily. All the New and Latest Styles Ginghams, Outings Ladies' Tailored Suits, Skirts Kimona Goods and Wraps. Don't fail to ` Dress Goods Silks osee our stock before buying Persian All Overs The right prices and one Brands, Trimmings price to all. Everything in Braids, Etc. rn the store marked in plain figures No trouble to show our goods and we are always glad to have you looking or buying. Court and Abel SUINtreets, GIBSnnfield, LouisianaN Court and Abel Streets, 4 Winnfield, Louislia CAN POLITICAL RINGSTERS e DELIVER THIS COUNTRY r For Anybody or Anything, or t Have -We Still Got Courage f Enough to Think and Vote for e the Best Interest of Our People? c S 'About one year ago our present , Congressman abandoned his party s and "eople; and voted for the in-. ¶ terest of the trusts, with the t Republicans and assisted to levy a tax of more than ONE HU...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

M Odd News From Big Cities fl I Stories of Strange Happenings in the Metropolitan Towns Uncle Sam Asks All to Swat the Fly , SEW YORK.-The whole United SStates government, with its vast treasury of wealth, its brainy states men and Insurgents, its army and navy, its immense horde of high- d brows, against the poor little house f fly! That's the line-up in a bitter war .of extermination scheduled to set the nation by the ears and enlist the cour .ageous support of every man, woman tl and child in this broad land. The t .fnal knell of the house fly has been g sounded and the battle has just be- u :gun. "Catch 'em and kill 'em; show no quarter"- that is the war cry of the army of extermination that is to put a -forth every effort to rid the land of tl the Musca Domestica, the polite name l by which the house fly should be ad- sl -dressed by stran, ers. b Until the scientists got busy with e their investigations the house fly was it considered merely as a pestiferous in - eet, designed ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

Farmers' £ducationalCo r and Co-Operative Union of America R, Mattes 2p Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist de fic A full pocketbook makes a sleepy hl conscience. ac A decent man has little to fear from re I good makes. - s Many a horse we think ornery, is , u dust plain ignorant. Good men are good;' imitators talk bc about being good. Money on a farm comes only with hard, persistent work. to Business is service with profit. Crime is profit without service. The most beautiful thing that can tb be placed about a home is a well kept Ir lawn. The mistakes of a neighbor are w generally so big that they completely , Ohut out our own. tr It is better to be born a fool than ut to attain to this height by an ex- in pensive education. cl A good many people, not satisfied pc 'With borrowing trouble, spend much in of the time making more. si A smile removes obstacles, over- th comes obstacles, inspires faith and to paves the way for business. cl If a boy imagines that an education...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 September 1910

ICE MELTS AWAY D ONT YOf/ F -: d i ST A LITTLE UNEASYailh HO BANK ACCOr/v;f 7 IF 200 YEASRS AGO one of your ancestors had banked only 200 dolais at 5 per cent. compound interest, and each dollar bill iwere a link in a chain, that chain would reach from New York to San Francisco. Money grows in our bank if you will let it. Make OUR Bank YOUR" Bank. We pay . per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. ROGERS, President C. MCGINTY, Cashier. Local and Personal. I Continued from first page.] Red Goose. J. M. Mercer has .just recovered from slow fever. SGold Medal Hats at Grand Leadcr. Miss Lyle of Bunkie is the charming guest of Miss Clara Harper. n ho has the Red Goose? Graphophones and records at W. A. Mashaw, jewe!ry store. Uncle Moses Mercer spent Wednes day in town visiting his son. Girls, buy your ready to wear hats at the Grand Grand Leader. Miss Clara Harper has returned from a visit to Bunkieand Alexandria. .What is the Red Goose?...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

TewPessnNwTye Advertisements in this papor New Press and New Type I always ive theubest results Sfaces for Gommercial Work i 4abw Official.. Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of .the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. ...L WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910. ENUMBER 23 WINNFIELD HIGH SCHOOL OPENING Last Monday the Eight Months Grind Began Under Most Favorable Auspices. The Opening Exercises Were Largely Attended by Patrons of the School. The Winnfield High School opened on Monday morning Sept. 5 for the ,session of 1910-11 under most favor -able auspices. The conditions seem ideal for the most successful year in -the history of the school. Mr. W. J. Avery, the principal on whose shoulders rests the burden of execu Itive power, comes to our town well recommended for the place he is to fill. His reputation 'is that of a -thorough disciplinarian, and a man well qualified to direct the affairs of the school as he feels they should be direct ed. The systematic manner ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. -WINNFIELD LOUISIANA "WINNIELD, LOUISIANA. WINN FIF,,LD WOMEN IN DAYS OF PHARAOH Marriage Contract Shows That Ladles of Egypt Were Not Unduly Oppressed. Most of us make the acquaintance of egypt in the splendidly dramatic story of Joseph and his brethren, and so look on Pharaoh and his people as gloomy and malign persecutors, fit only to be swallowed up in the Red sea waves. Or we read of the graves and sober monuments of the Nile val ley, with their perpetual reminders of death and the kingdom of night; with th) result that we are hardly prepared to realize the gay and lightsome side of the anicent Egyptian life, or to credit the thought that those tomb builders could ever break into a smile. But there was a side of gayety and of charm, and just as we are find Ing that so many of our deeper and more philosophical thoughts go back to the people of the Delta, so we are beginning to discover the originals of all our jokes in the buried cities...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

r r+l cy;: 'eB L -ai ~11 ~ M1 ~ Ir1 . t ýa· ·u r '~~- ··iiantr s ·~ `" k~~Rl ·\~-I RM B Is bI . .:,CYiUs Torsio y y BRADY /LLI TRAT/Or/anYJ /dAY rm SYNOPSIS. A young woman cast ashore on a lone ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a young white man, dressed like a savage and unable to bpeak in any known lan guage. She decides to educate him and mold his mind to. her own ideals. She finds a human skeleton, the skeleton of a dog, a Bible and a' silver box, which lead her to the conclusion that her com panion was cast ashore on the island when a child, and that his name is John Revell Charnock of Virginia. Near the skeleton she finds two woman's rings, one of which bears an inscription "J. R. C. to M. P. T. Sept. 10, 1S39." Katharine Brenton was a highly specialized product of a leading university. Her writings on the sex problem had attracted wide at tention. The son of a multi-millionaire becomes infatuated with her, and they decide to put her theories into practice. TWith no othe...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

T:: E COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfleld.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBCORIPTICN BATES. One rear ----- ---- 1.00 dix Months - - - - 60 cents Invariably in Advance. W:: . L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBs. Wx. L. SMYLIE, -.. - EDITOR. I Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. THE NATCHEZ ROAD. The L. & A. people are at work locating the road from Jena to Natchez Mississippi. This will give us a new outlet to the north and east over the Illinois Central System and also give us a short connection with the Mississippi river. Construction will be push. ed as soon as the route is located and' it won't be long before we can say: "All aboard for Natchez." WATKINS WLNS. On Tuesday last at the Demo. cratic primary, Hon. J. T. Watkins was renominated by his party by an exceedingly flattering vote after a most vigorous campaign. He is justly proud of his victory as he was ruthlessly assailed by his op. ponent for his votes in...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

O'QUIN GIBSON The Leading Dry Goods Store Sale Starts Monday, September 12th, and Lasts One Week, to September 19th JUST COME FOR A LOOK EVERY NEW TWIST and turn of fashion is here. We will make you one of the best dressed boys or girls who go to school and do it with only a minimum damage to your parent's purse. Come and see the new things. School days bring back fond recollections to our hearts and we have spared neither time nor money in selecting or buying for your benefit, as well as ours, many nice, pretty things which we offer you today below market prices. SALE BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, AND CONTINUES ONE WEEK, TO SEPTEMBER 19 SCHOOL DAYS SALE OF SCHOOL CLOTHES L' * 1 1 " Underwear for Children School Day Underwear for School Children. 15c Underwear, schtuo! day price.............. 12 c 25c U dit erwear, schliooi d y price ..................... c 35c Underwear. school dal price........ ............ C 50 Underwear, school day price...................... 43c '75 Underwear, s...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

SUPPLEMENT TO ThE COMRADE. PREMIUM LIST WWINN PARISH FAIR. Dodson, Louisiana, October 19, 20, 21, 22, 1910. An Agricultural and Live Stock Fair for the education of the farmers of this section. Everyone who is interested in the upbuilding of his country and the betterment of existing conditions is not only invited but you are expected to come out and take part in making this Fair a success. IT Means your helping to place this country on a higher plane along all lines and the education of our people to improved methods in farming and selecting seed to plant. In the raising and breed ing of Live Stock. In what the other fellow is doing. In bringing them together in more friendly intercourse. It will bring your country and people before the world better than any method you could possibly use. Keep this premium list and read it over carefully and select the different prizes you wish to compete for and get busy. Every one is on the same level this year; there has been no preparation made...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

S ' To S=ecre: Iimmigrants. ;1.= ew Orleans iLa., Sept. 3, 1910. ~Editor Comrade, Winnfield, La. Y_,Dear, Sir: +.The people of this c euntry are awakening to the fact < tha :Louisiana abounds in vast r yrestourees and that the fertility of `>its soil is unsurpassed. There is `;nothing that will develop these 1':resources and build. up the popula ': 'tion of the State more than white i , immigration of a desirhbl. celass of : farmers and farmI labh.r,'rs, who will make golo citizi.n anl help ,develop the twenty millions acres of lanl tlno unIcultivated in the : State. The New Orleans Board of' 'radit Shas started a movement to assist, not any piarticular section of the State, but every part of it, and what we want is the co-operation of every right-thinking and pro gressive man in Louisiana. With the idea of encouraging immigration of a desirable class, and to assist all sections of our State in its developments, the New Orleans Boardl- of Trade has ap pointed a spNtcial, Com...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. lenate Bill No. 1. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana for the assess .ment, levy and collection of a tax in the :Parish of Orleans and the State of Lou ,sisana, in aid of locating and building an aexposition In the city of New Orleans to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal; said tax to be expended under the direction of the World's Panama Exposi tion Company. Section 1. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two 4thirdq of all members elected to each house Ooncurring, That an amendment to the Con 4titution of the State of Louisiana be sub B.uitted to the qualified electors of the State .for their approval or rejection as required thy Article 321 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana at the Congressional 4lsetion to be held on the first Tuesday next following the first Monday of November, 1910, as follows: The World's Panama Exposition Company ,having ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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