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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

man'. hallk c -Wp e ithe gtosr and Bt.' Taim <-°:- m any.-a ul cbmo'tse tha twenty.sixth' dis- al -The Parishes of Ascension, St. James and in Assumption shall compose the twenty-seventh li district. The Parishes of St. John the Baptist, St. ,. arles and Jefferson shall compose the' a twenty-eighth district. hi The Parishes of St. Bernard and Plaque- ti mines shall compose the twenty-ninth dis trict. The Parishes of Caldwell and La Salle n shall compose the thirtieth district. b SThe Judges of the several districts as cc .h ei* provided for, shall each receive the b . ry of Three Thousand Dollars, payable p monthly on his own warrant, provided the Gen- s eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may in their discretion, redistrict the judicial dis- p tricts provided for in this Article. Provided that in no case shall the Dis- a. trict Judge receive a salary of more than ti Three Thousand Dollars. tc Provided further that this Act shall take fi effect from and after January 1, 1912...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 September 1910

WHEN YOUVE IARVESTL) 0 YOUR COIN 1 i{i. Il' Just a few bushels of wheat planted in the ground become MANY BUStHELS of grain; so will the money you put in our bank from time to time become a BIG- SUM. The interest we will pay you will help it grow. 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.] Can you draw a goose? :W. M. Long of Zion was an appre ciated visitor to The Comrade Wed nesday. Our esteemed friend, J. A. Colvin, of Alexandria, paid The Comrade a visit Tuesday. .; M1e iLullle Peters, of Alexandria, i jaminig ;guest of Miss Vera Se this week. J. W. Boyett, Sr., of Sills, La., is Sseriously ill at his home. J. W. and irasper Boyett, his sons, are at his iedside. Our old friend A. S. Norrid of Tullos t came in Tuesday to cast his .vote, and ;as cordially welcomed by his host offriends. . E H0 Williamson; fo...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

. ` .  -. -~-.:`.: , - . , . -. •! : x.f:. . It - . f· ' -,= ; d fi r . ·· ` ' 7 - a 4 .p , t . .. . • G. . c t . . . . 1 . y . • :."New Presses. and New Type Advertismntsinthisppr Faces for Gommercial Work. always ive the best results Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1910. UMBEI 24 Tremont & Gulf Road to be Sold. Chicago, Sept. 15.-The Rock Island Railroad Company hI,. under %consid- t eration the purch.aio of thc Tremont E & Gulf Railway of Louisiana, but a negotiations for the transfer of the i property have not yet been completed. 1 The property is for sale and the 1 local Rock Island officials admit that r syjstem is considering taking it over. t "'We were asked to consider the r .purchase of the Tremont & Gulf pro- ( perty," said President Henry U. Mud- r get this afternoon. "But as yet no F deal has been made." s Beyond this statement Mr. Mudge had nothing fu...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

THE'COMRADE 'WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, - LOUISIANA. THE DANGEROUS HOLISE FLY.. The city department of public health gives a timely and needed warning to a those leaving the city for their vaca tions to avoid places where there are many flies. Those who follow this ad vice will avoid places which are un cleanly, which allow food and garbage to be so exposed as to attract and feed the flies, says the Philiadelphia Press. They will avoid places where stables and dwellings are in near vicinity, as the exposed manure is the choice breeding place of thousands and even millions of flies. In other words, to avoid disease-conveying flies avoid places where they permit flies to i breed and feed. Formerly the condi tions which multiply flies and the flies themselves were considered ob jectionable but endurable. Now the patient toleration of flies is known to be a heedless trifling with the health and life of human beings. Disease germs are for the most part innocueus FO to man,...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

... --··7~-- · -.L . i . _ · :· ·· '' i': '· '·` i ·;. i· : : .·: :· ·1·(~ -'· r. ;Q>~a, '· ij ~·c~·-· -3 ~·- is ·· ·~ ·. .~ i Is6rr - -· r ( CYRUs TOWNS ND y v BR VLLwpo wly/mJTT/PJZAY/rRy SYNOPSIS. A young woman cast ashore oai a lone ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a young white man, dressed like a savage and unable to speak 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 ~evell 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, 1863." 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 deeide to p...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

THIE COMRADE. t Published Weekly. Enitered at the Post Office at Winnfleld. La. es 2nd class mail matter. S mBSCRIPT'ICN RATE,. One' ear - - - - - $1.00 I rii Months . . 60 cents :-Invariably in Advance. WM. L. SJ3YLIE & CO., PUns. ;Wx. L. SMYLIE, - - - EDITOR. ,Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. =Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. THE ELECTIONS. g Since Monday elections have phi been held in several States and Go, many surprises have resulted. uSC On Monday. Maine went Deml- m ocratic by 7,000 majority for. gov. as ernor, three out of four democratic Congressmen were elected, te the legislature is safely demnocatic and lie will. elect a senator to succeed Hale. and will have the redistrict- In ing of the State to stand for the 110 next ten years. The election was i 1 a landslide and has sent constern ation into the Republican ranks. -th SIn Arkansas the democrats were victorious by 20,000 and initiative th and referendum amendment was c-ýarried. The wets have carried...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

They are ere for You The Best and Largest Stock of Shoes in Winnfield NOW have them in my store and can fit your foot and pocket. Come and see for yourself, I can fit ,°."34 the little feet that go to school and I can fit the big feet that do the hard work. So, now, if you 'Ychur. 34 want shoes, come to the shoe store and get them. I Sell Nothing but Shoes, and I will save you money on your fall bill of shoes. It is easy for us to shoe you and easy for us to sell you and when you see them and hear the price that I will make you on them. Don't Forget to Come and See Me Before. You Buy. W. F .DS The Shoe Man WINNFIELD LOUISIANA Abel Street, East of Court Square WINNFIELD LOUISIANA m m *. I " " . Baptists Will Raise $8,000. ii Thle Baptists of' the State are it making an effort to raise $8,000 on re October 7 for their. State Orphan- b age at Lake Charles, and the Lake ti Charles American-Press has the f, following: S The workers over the State are h endeavbring to enlist every.church...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

INSTTi TIONA AMENDMENTS I lACT NO. 2. t 1enste Bill No. 1 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution 8 of the State of Louisiana for the assess Siment, levy and collection of a tax in the , -Parish of Orleans and the State of Lou- t: isiana, in aid of locating and building an exposition 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- o tion Company. f Section 1. Be it resolved by the General E :Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two- 1 thirds of all members elected to each house -oncurring, That an amendment to the Con- e stitution of the State of Louisiana be sub- .it litted to the qualified electors of the State for their approval or rejection as required b by Article 321 of the Constitution of the a State of Louisiana at the Congressional e le1ction to be held on the first Tuesday next a f-'...,'- tollowing the first Monday of November, s 191'0, as follows...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

Ssump.tion shallt compose the twentyl-eventih lished The Parishesof St. John the Baptit, St. d Sarles and Jefferson shall compose ,the and de twenty-eighth district. bondsf The Parishes of St. Bernard and Plaque- time, t mines shall compose thq twenty-ninth dis. The .. trict. The Parishes of Ctaldwell and La Salle noid' shall compose the thirtieth district. bonds 1 The Judges of the several districts as corpora herein provided for, shall each receive the by this salary off Three Thousand Dollars, payable pro osi monthly on his own warrant, provided the Gen- sai oral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may This in their discretion, redistrict the judicial dis- prevail tricts provided for in this Article. stitutio Provided that in no case shall the Dis- as any trict Judge receive a salary of more than tion to Three T'housand Dollars. to be Provided further that this Act shall take first M1 effect from and after January 1, 1912. directl, P. M. LAMBREMONT, shall b Lieutenant Governor and...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 16 September 1910

Scon the I ou cat the the con shai We pay perLL centEL clerked in a store hen positse as a boyup. of 1 ,.' .. He put in the bank enough out of his salary to start a small ist sineL. ROGERS, Today his estblishment is te finest n the on world. Ilis two grandsons will get 400 millions each when they Sol, are given their share of his estate. dis Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. his We pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. SBWINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA ena sore L ROGERS, President C. MaGINTY, Cashier. Local and Personal. [Continued from first page.] COan you draw a goose? iB. W. Bailey is on the sick list this ' week. ' b J R. Gibbs returned home from ,rkansas Saturday. iGraiphophones and records at W. 'Mashaw, jewelry store. 'elix Phillips of Homer visited his Ie Mrs. Gillis, this week. i . Stennis, Esq., spent Thursday' inShreveport on a business mission. [ - Have your photo put on a pillow ::: See W. A. Mashaw, the jeweler. Mrs.E. B. Harrell and little Alice iear...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

• . ' : . • i •.-z'~ "' TrHandE ew Type # AdvertisementsIN this paper New Pr and New TypeL always .Ive the best result$ 'Facs tnmewrtal Work '   Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. S XIFLUMBER 25 - WINNFIELD, LOIJISIAKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910. VOL. XX. _nu n. .... .... ...:.....I. . From College nill. A change for the hr-tter 1 has been made in the daily Iprg:;:sm for the c high school. Instead of all the: stud- a ents meeting in the assembly hall, the c first thing in the morning they go at C once to their various classes. Then c at the end of the second period the t students come into the auditorium for fifteen minutes, during which time t high school teachers take turns at giving some talk or reading on any 1 subject they wish. Mr. Harrell, the 1 science teacher, has taken the sub ject of Astfonomy for his talk, and Misses Graham and Nolan will give readings and talks on different sub jects. Miss Gibson, being the music te...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. OCEAN TRAVEL,. The fact that nearly 7,000 first cabin passengers left New York during a recent week shows how high the tide of ocean travel has risen this summer. The companies were evi dently justified in their anticipation of a busy season. In fact, for several weeks it has been impossible to get a i berth on any ship, except where plans were changed and accommodations re sold. The figures for the year since January 1 reveal a steady increase in I all classes of travel over the corre sponding period of last year. Thusin I west-bound ships the increase in first- i class passengers has been 2,340, in second-class, 20,715, and in steerage, 72,577, while in east-bound ships the first-class figures go up 7,909, the sec ond-class 8,659, and the steerage 16, 180. Later in the season, of course, the balance will be restored by the returning Americans in the first class and by the larger number of steerage passengers bound fo...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

-. k' wý,_3ý"f . ._- · : . ,. ý ,ý`L. a17t·5~t . nJ. : . ý , ý . . ý ý. 1. A D 1 I .·i; ;; o y flation Cmusý ToxiýsED had to get lwly _ND But p) w y B1, &Y beforI comp] /~LLYI4 fSIY 7&'i 'r. /f their PyVf/c#(I!OIJYWJeaP/fht'// cf/IT/f tRcATe/TA/I Lor had e YNOPSIS. islan the g A young woman cast ashore on a lone y island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a young white man dressed like a savage geste and unable to speak in any known lan- that guage. She decides to educate him and mold his mind to her own ideals. She day I nds a human skeleton, the skeleton of a that dog, a Bible and a silver box, which lead her to the conclusion that her corn- bill i panon was cast ashore on the island wood when a child, and that his name is John evell Charnock of Virginia. Near the all ti skeleton she finds two woman's rings, had one of which bears an inscription "J. R. Sto M. P. T. Sept. 10. 1SG9." Katharine the 1 rton was a highly specialized product toket of a leading university. Her writings...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

TIE UCOMRADE.' Published Weekly. E:ntered at the Post Office at Winnfleld. La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year--- -- - $1.00 iix Months - - - - - 60 cents Invariably in Ads ance. M: . L. SMIYLIE & CO., Puns. War. L. SMYLIE, - -. EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. GOOD ROADS M1EETI3MG. T 7- Wnnfield, La.. Sept. 19, 1910. To the Editor of The Comrade, Winnfiel1, La. t Dear Sir: The following letter and attached petition has been sent out by Chairman Gamble of the Good Roads Committee to the members of the committee, and to ba the public spirited citizens of the parish, informing them what was done at the Good Roads meeting ." of September the 17th, and re- 11 questing them to diligently solicit = signers to the petition, and return w the same, either to the Police Juror ti ,: of each ward, or to Chairman : :Gamble, on or before the first Mon day in October, on which day the Police Jury meets. Thera were th...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

Selecting Seed Corn in the Field. cost There is no -better way for the over farmer to spend a half day during has late August and and early Septem- bala: ber than in selecting his seed corn this in the field for next year's crop. It Nova is safe to say that the time thus meet spent will pay him more than the 8S time given to almost any other has' farm work.; There are many wayt ,f select- and ing seed corn in the, li4cil]. The spin following is thle imlipliest, and Sung should be adop!,tI idy. e'very corn cont grower in Louisiim;t who has never the tried to improve his own corn by of careful selection: prol Go to the field ofi corn out of foll which you wish to save your seed; choose the best part of the.field; coni look for good stalks with good ears, and mark them with a red rag giv string. If your corn is of the large. eared variety, every stalk should have at' least one good, large, Sul dist sound ear; if it is a prolific variety, no stalk should be marked unless rec( it has two...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

CUONSTIT UTIONAL Io .... hAMENDMENTS tP Ass SACT NO. 2. thir i nati Bill No. 1. Clo A JOINT RESOLUTION sub lsoposing an amendment to the Constitution Stai of the State of Louisiana for the assess- qul ..ent, levy and collection of a tax in the at :,.artsh of Orleans and the State of Lou- the :- aianta in aid of locating and building an \loi exposition.in the city of New Orleans to e celebrate the completion of the Panama as S . ,Canal said tax to be expended under the A direction of the World's Panama Exposi- of {ion Company. fo. Section 1. Bompane it resolved by the General fnc Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two- Ne' 4hirds of all members elected to each house sea a.curring, That an amendulent to the Con- eac ltitution of the State of Louisiana be sub- its tted to the qualitied electors of the State Sta or their approval or rejection as required hl 'y Article 321 of the Constitution of the app state of Louisiana at the Congressional era lection to be held on the first Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

TheParishej toftWashington and 8t. !Cn ri many shall cmpode the twenty-eixth i ml The Parishes of Ascension, St. James and t Assumption shall compose the twenty-Seventh Ii district. i The Parishe 'of St. John the Baptist, St. b Charles and Jefferson shall compose the a twenty-eighth district. b The Parishes of St. Bernard and Plaque. ti mines shall compose the twenty-ninth dis trict. The Parishes of Caldwell and La Salle n shalth ompose the thirtieth district. b The Judges of the several districts as c herein provided for, shall each receive the b salary of Three Thousand Dollars, payable p monthly on his own warrant, provided the Gen- a eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may in their discretion, redistrict the judicial dis- r tricts provided for in this Article. a Provided that in no case shall the Dis- a trict Judge receive a salary of more than t Three Thousand Dollars. t Provided further that this Act shall take f effect from and after January 1, 1912. P. Mi. LAMBREMONT, a...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 September 1910

Local and Personal p Mrs. J. T. Wood was a visitor to -Shreveport this week. Free delivery. J. W. Honeycutt. R. E. Dillon and wife went to :.; ElDorado Thursday. . Goods guaranteed. J.W.Honeycutt. Willie Walker went to Lofton on business last Sunday. _ Telephone No. 30. J. W.Honeycutt. P. K. Abel and family came home from ElDorado Tuesday. Get a Free Majestic Souvenir-See our advertisement in this issue. Winnfield Furniture Co. Graphophones and records at W. A. Mashaw, jewelry store. Mrs. Sam Ham spent a few days at Alexandria the first of this week. Why not try the new man? He .-' . sells it for less. J. W. Honeycutt. Have your photo put on a pillow top. See W. A. Mashaw, the jeweler. Mrs. Mud and baby are the guests of Mrs. L. E. DeLoach this week. Get the latest pieces for your graphophone from W. A. Mashaw, i:: the jeweler. Rev. J. P. Durham of Mt. Lebanon visited home folks this week. Call on Miss Beulah Wilson and see the swellest line of millinery ever brought to this town. W...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOU ISIANA FRIDAY , SEPTEMBR 30, 1910. - "dvertlsenentslnth' w: __Faces for Gommrcrial Work___ Tt.,r, Mi ___ ___ _ _Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. --'-- VOL. ;XX. WINNFIIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910. V04.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ XX -..IILII -------~-~--!-- --- Boys Corn Club Contest. ; Last spring the Boys Corn Club of Winn Parish was ,rganizcd by Super- 1 intendent J, J. ilixon, the instructions V given the boys. seed distributed to them and encouragement to do their best to show what could be done on the hills of Winn parish. Tuesday the results were shown in the exhibits at the Central High f Schgol, when ther boys brought in saniples for the judges to pass upon. Bolow we give a list of the boys I who won the prizes. The merchants of WVinnfleld offered addditional prizes to farmers who were not members of the club and many of them took ad vantage of the offer and brought in fine samples. Mr. Mixon is ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

THE :COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. aWINNFtELD . - LOUISIANA. Hobble. hobble, skirts and trouble. iEvery hat is a "picture hat" now- Mak M Prunes are higher. Telephone your 't'9 landlady. use fron What has become of the old-fash- HOM toned man who wore a double-breasted - vest? _ Dynamite may help, but tennis lmatches are the only reliable cure for droughts. Volcanoes in Alaska are spouting 5mt fire. Very likely the janitor is trying s out the flues. Arkt Carrier pigeons will have to equip W themselves with electric motors or fall hopelessly behind. Radical changes are announced in PR the new football rules. There will be no hitting in the clinches. Ma Newport is said to be crazy over a FO? barefoot dance. This means more work for the chiropodists. By playing tennis on a hot afternoon a fat man learns to despise mere rain as a producer of moisture. Up in Maine an automobile ran into $ simple-minded bear. That was get ti ng art and nature badly mixed. Duke Franz Joseph says h...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
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