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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

I why not she? Indeed, I am sure It D - Miss B Cnus ToNSND that mea v v Basv S y lRADO had the /ILLIJZTrArT/OYJDNAY AV'T=Rt they pa jaPfrwario/ WJt/ fWrg.x/N,0ifArt&rýMA/ 8 an? TI put to I 8YNOPSIS. the Air rious i A young woman cast ashore on a lone- And to ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a young white man, dressed like a savage could r and unable to speak in any known lan- ever e: guage. She decides to educate him and mold his mind to her own ideals. She not br finds evidence that leads her to believe lared that the man is John Revell Charnock of Virginia, and that he -was cast ashore the So when a child. Katharine Brenton was a her pr highly specialized product of a leading university. Her writings on the sex prob- to say lem attracted wide attention. The son of in put a multi-millionaire becomes infatuated with her and they-decide to put her theo- relatic .ries into practice. With no other cere- ness v mony than a handshake, they go away together. A few days on his y...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

::THE COMRADE. Published Weekly. :ltereii at the Post Office at Winnfield. La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTICN RATES. ne Year - - - -- - $1.00 :Si Months .- . .- . - 60 cents i:nvariably in Advance. LW . L SMYLIE & CO., Puns. : r L. SMYIEJ. E, - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. i THE EXPOSITION TAX. t Orowley, La., Sept. 24.-A petition il to the voters of Acadia parish is being sl circulated, calling upon the voters to register, in order to be in a position to vote against the Panama Exposi- si tion tax, Nov. 8. The petition recites that according s1 to the statement, the country parishes w are assessed at $294,373,526, and the hi city or parish of Orleans at $231,045, 937 and that as per the present assess ment the country will pay $106,639.80 1i per year, or $1,066,398 in ten years, b and New Orleans $173,284.45 per year, it or in ten years, $1,732,844.50. It, states further that the interest on these bonds will...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

Are You Paying: Too Much for repairs on your nta= chinery? If the excess wear is due to faulty lubrication TEXACO LUBRICATING OILS will remedy this trouble. They work well- under all conditions to reduce the friction to a mini mum. TIe Texas Oil Go. SOLD H BY J. H. HUDNALL, Ag,:it Brown Blames Roosevelt. New York, Sept. 26.-That Mir. Roost'velt's cauili igu has haid far. from a btinceficial effect in Eluropl , i so fiar as the United Stalte; i. c:ol cernl'ed is the opiiiion of W. C. Brown. president of the N,w York Ceitrt:tl Railroad Compmny, who artivdl in N'w York toway v : board the Hambnltrg-A merian Li: lur K1aiserin Auguiste Vicori~a. Mr. Brown said: "I do not believe that there will be a single American bond sold in Europe in the near future. As an example, take the Michigan Cenr tral, which Ihs in the market $17, 500,000 ini honds without a single 1 European, purc lhasr. "After Theodore Roosevelt as president, with his lariat on his saddle:bow, Mr. Taft shows a pleasing ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL Hoa.. AMENDMENTS Pro Sec Assei ACT NO. 2. thirds Senate Bill No. 1. House A JOINT RESOLUTION Conti Proposing an amendment to the Constitution State of the State of Louisiana for the asSess- quire ment, levY" and collection, of a tax in the at the Parish of Orleans and the State of Lou- the f iulana, inf aid of locating aLd building an MIond exposition in the city of New Orleans to cle 1 celebrate the completion of the Panama as to Canal. said fax to be expended under the Art direction of the World's Panama Exposi- of RI tion Company. form Section 1. Be it resolved by the General Eaach Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two- New thirds of all members elected to each house sental concurring, That an amendment to the Con- each . atitution of the State of Louisiana be sub- its fi rltted to the, qualified electors of the State State for their approval or rejection as required bly 2 by Article 321 of the Constitution of the tate of Louisiana at the Congressional aral elect...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

r"--^ -'The Parishes of - n d1' ; Smani.y '-shall eompoise ih :twentys:ixth die:'hl. s*'-The .Parishes of Ascension' St. James and in th -Assumption shall compose the twenty-seventh lished -,tdistrict. ixty :i.The Parishes of St. John the Baptist, St. bon Charles and Jefferson- shall compose the and d twenty-eighth district. bonds ':.The Parishes of St, Bernard and Plaque- time, mines shall compose the twenty-ninth dis- The :strict- World -'` The Parishes of Caldwell and La Salle not it s-hall compose the thirtieth district. bonds The Judges of the several districts as corpo: herein provided for,- shall each receive the by th ..;salary of Three Thousand Dollars, payable propo -montnly on his own warrant, provided the Gen- said. ..eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may Thi '-.in their discretion, redistrict the judicial dis- preva tricts provided for in this Article. stitut Provided that in no case shall the Dis- as an trict Judge receive a salaly of more than tion Three 'thous...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 September 1910

.f .r. • ;. .... .._·· * i .. - T. i".. BANK- ! ACCOUNTFO ... Not only give your boy a "college" education, but also teach .him to know the value of a BANK BOOK. Teach him to work and save while young. He will help make ,his own way through college and be a better man when hlie comes ,out. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. SWe pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK 4" , WINNFIELDe , LOUISIANA L ROGERS, President C. MCGINTY, Cashier. Hi :Delightfully Entertained. LE, DeLoach and wife entertained I -iew of their friends on Wednesday i~ht :in honor of their guests, Mr. audd and wife, 500 and 42 were the naies that all enjoyed to the utmost ii 10:30 o'clock when refreshments sting of chicken salad, saltinas, es and French coffee were served ine following guests: Mr. Mudd '=rwife. Dr. Siess and wife, Mr. c(ntyand wife. `Mr. Cooper and ie Mesdames Everett, Brewer and 2J Wood. Mr. Cooper was the best oy two player so was presented a eiy box of stationary and the...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

SAdvertisementainthisPaper New Presses and New Type always $always olve the best results Faces for Gommercial Work Adrsc4s s Official Journal of the Parish of Whin. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. J WLNNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910.UMBER 27 . . ....... X-X . = \ .. ._ -.. _ _--- , - High School Literary Society. Tho W. H. 8. Society No. 2 held its T meeting in the auditorium Sept. 23, be and program givei in fall at the last set me:ing was carried out in full. Pres- Orl idc:~;n 'Vick appointed a committee to pec select a iame or several names for thli the society, these names to be turned ear in and voted upon at the next meet- Thy ing. No further business being on Me hand, the society adjourned. ing The society met on Sept. 30 in Miss rer Nolan's room and the following pro- cis gram was carried out: bot Roll call. Quotations from Grady. E Life sketch of Grady by Lillio Cupp. Recitation, Lillie Cotton. Fa Declamation, Aubrey Orr. .:bate on Woman's...

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

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, - - LOUISIANA FARMING IN JAPAN. Those who despise the power of the Japanese people should correct their estimates by a study of the agricul tural prodigies of this most capable race, says New York American. In war the first victory rests with the Commissary, and the last objective of all military operations is the com mand of the wheat fields-or the rice fields. Nations are strong not in pro portion to their natural resources, but In proportion to their ability to make much of what they have. Now, Iapan does its farming in a way that Is, from a military point of view, sim ply formidable. It supports a popula tion of 51,000,000 on an area of ara ble land that could be contained in a circle with a radius of 75 miles--con siderably less than the distance from New York to Philadelphia. There are mnore farms that are called "worn out" in New England and the middle states than would equal the whole of the tillable surface of the Japane...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

.  +o man or I asked, an angry flush in his face. I "She has made me hear reason for by first pe CyUs TowNSEIND land, h v y BRDAY very y Scaped. from w /LWAsTF/0,1)' ??A)/BATlRt' come t (Opy/,c/rn/oger ~ taWPA/f cORdR/Ta RA7ral AT AlIa ing mil was hI SYNOPSIS. avoide A young woman cast ashore on a lone- one ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a would young white man, dressed like a savage The st and unable to speak in any known lan guage. She decides to educate him and him to mold his mind to her own ideals. She ship a' finds evidence that leads her to believe that the man is John Revell Charnock of would Virginia, and that he was cast ashore had th when a child. Katharine Brenton was a highly specialized product of a leading he mu university. Her writings on the sex prob- of cire Tem attracted wide attention. The son of a multi-millionaire becomes infatuated pelling with her and they decide to put her theo- in any ties into practice. With no other cere mony than a handshake, t...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

BANK 0F FN innfield, Louisiana Statement Furnished to the State Examiner of State Banks by th Above Ba o e:f Business on September 27, 1910 _A__ .....____ -... v RESOURCES LIABILIT Demand Loans - - - - - - $ 21270.06ck - - - Loans secured by mortgage - - - - 34096.50 Capital stock paid in - 750000 Other loans and discounts - - - - - 283208.37 Surplus - - - - - Overdrafts secured.and unsecured - - - 11638.61 Undivided profits, less expense and taxes paid 4436.4 Bonds, stocks and securities, etc. - - - 1991.25 Due to other banks and bankers - :-71 -3 Banking house, furniture and fixtures - - - 7982.30 Individual Savin deposits - Other real estate owned - . 5000.00 Individual deposits sbject to c - - 5- 2o0.-. Due from banks and bankers 5 758.38 Individual deposits subject 2o the k Due from banks and bankers ..58438 Time certificate o deposit - - - - 3966.9 Checks and other cash items - - - 2108.74fiates of desit for borrowed Gold coin -2170.00 Certifcates of deposi for borrot cd l r"...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

Winn Paris ai, odon, Louisiana, October 19, 20, 2, 22;, 1910 Excursions. on All lailroads. Special Trains ow Specia Days. The Model fair Grounds of the State. Don't Miss This and Do Not Let Your Boy Miss it. Agricultural Exhibits. We have a hall 24 x 100 feet diwvoted to the agricultural display an(d have promise of enough good acicio(lture to fill it to overfiowins. W'e shall exlwet every good citi a.: n of Winn .end Jackson parish 1:.) )ri'i.g out ,ritie thing for thi.r cd !,atrtment if it is only onie .ar of ei'O,. \We are very lnxious to gett etoutii good agriculture to make up an exhibit for the state fair that will be'a credit to this section :land you are expected to help. 'This department is open to the f::u;rers of \inn, Jackson, Grant, Lua Salle and Catahoula only. We are making arrangements to have a tine display of agriculture bronghit here as an educational exhibit. Th'is will consist of a car of It i vi ry best agriculture raised ii lthe the south and will he exhi. hi...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

t RAN OUT?' o gihv beein U told by private teachers that they could teach them shorthand, book keeping, or telegraphy at home just as thoroughly as if they were to0 -attend, ti; Tyler Commercial College, the;argest and most suc cessful commercial school in Amer ica. Some little local commercial school on wheels has told them likewise. The school on wheels we refer to is a man who comes into a town, interests the Commer cial Club in selling 30 or 40 schol arships and turning the proceeds over to him, in order that the town might have an enterprising (1) commercial school. The school opens, a few students are enrolled on the scholarships sold by the Commercial Club, and while that money is being enjoyed by the man who has a college on wheels, lie sells a few additional scholarships, but not enough to justify his con tinuing the institution, so in about six months tihe school closes down; this so-called Ibusiness college man opens ul, in new fields, enlisting another Commercial Club. S...

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

TOWN COUNCIL (OFFIcIAL PROCEEDINGS) Town Hall, Oct. 6bh, 1910. The Mayor a~td EB,ar d o:f Al'ec ,i:n: of the Towa of Win ,lele ov't on the above date with the follow ing present: Mayor W. F. Cooper; Aldermen Elliott, Hyde and Jones; absent, Aldermen Boyett and Mathews. The minutes of last meeting were read and :tiproved. On motiono of Mr. Elliott, see. d:;:;::1: by MI. Hydel , th' ,Market ..ue Coimmittee was authorized ,, i:,vestigate the condition of the .1' on the City Hall and report a-. lo the probable cost of repairing samie at the next meeting. On motion of Mr. Elliott, sec ,,uded by Mr. Hyde, the Street C' .mmittee, together with the May • was authorized to make a sur Sof the town and estimate the amount of tiling needed to place :at the crossings and report at next ieeting. Ou motion of Mr. Elliott, second ,' :r by Mr. Jones, the Clerk was i,~ibhorized to correspond with lman ,:a,; urers of tiling and galvanized Spping with a vie v of purchasing ri .; material in carload lot...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL Hon.. AMENDMENTS irclj Secti Assenit ACT NO. 2. thirds bSaate Bill No. 1. House A JOINT RESOLUTION submitl Propos ing an amendment to the Constitution State I of the State of Louisiana for the asess- quired ment, levy and collection of a tax in the at the Parish of Orleans and the State of Lo the fir itans in aid of locating and building a Mond: ax osition in the city of New Orleans to le 18 celebrate the completion of the Panama as to Canal; said tax to be expended under the Arti direction of the World's Panama Exposi- of Ret tion Company. form, Section 1ompa. Be it resolved by the General Each sembly of the State of Louisiana, two- New thirds of all members elected to each house sentati concurrtng, That al amendment to the Con- each I atitutiun of the State of Louisiana be sub- it fir pitted to the qualified electors of the State Stales for their approval oi rejection as required bly si b Article 1 of the Constitution of the apport ate lof Louisiana at the Congressi...

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

T ,he Parishes of Washington and St. Tam- rev ,sosny shall compose the twenty-sixth dis- hall et.' advei The Parishes of Ascension, St. James and in t Msumption shall compose the twenty-seventh lise district. sixty : The Parishes of St. John the Baptist, St. bond eharles and Jefferson shall compose the and cwenty.eiglrh district. bond The Parishes of St. Bernard and Plaque- time, nes shall compose the twenty-ninth dis- Ti ct. Wo :The Parishes of Caldwell and La Salle not sals compse the thirtieth district. bond The Judges of the several districts as corp herein provided for, shall each receive the b aslary of Three Thousand Dollars, payable prop monthly on his own warrant, provided the Gen- said. eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may Ti in their discretion, redistrict the judicial dis- prey tricts provided for in this Article. Stit Provided that in no case shall the Dis- as a trict Judge receive a salary of more than tion Three '1 itouisand Dollars. to Provided further that t...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 7 October 1910

E ES 11 MAOTHER MONEY TALK. IF YOU PUT YOUR MONEYihthe BANK You WILL HAVE IT W/ ENYoU NEED IT. rates, made this great fortune. Ba &M& wL,'it e ut 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. ~Iak OU1 ~lanl;LTO n Ecnli Local and Personal. Our motto is fresh goods our hobby quick delivery. Wood Grocer Co. Mrs. Mead is visiting relatives and friends in our city. We handle nutriline and mo milk. Wood Grocer Co. A circus is on the way here and will 'arrive about the 26th. Don't forget us for celery on Sat urdays. Wood Grocer Co. Mibs Mabel Readhimer of Saline is visiting her brother, L. E. Readhimer. Get a Free Majestic Souvenir-See our advertisement in this issue. Winnfleld Furniture Co. Miss Clara Harper will go to Alex andria this evening to visit friends. Wood Grocer Co. will have fresh green beans every week; also fresh pickles, pigs' feet. L. S. Pinckard ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 14 October 1910

mh . r.. .; ` `i   ..; .. ' :'% ; .   `  ,,V<.I , = l-c, , !  ....i. >?.:7. h Y.w- t .- =!.. n.f. .... - a..y=v.ý.. .-tfr ý ýý... ,,,.______ THEi, cOMRAI)E r;. :· New Prssne and New Type AdvertisementSin P '-aces for Gommer;ial Work i always ve the best results ,Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOB ,.,1910. • VOL. XX. WLNFI~LD, LOUISIA;NA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910. PNUMB 2 School Improvement League. The School Improvenmen League met in the Aulitc,,i:rmn at the Wink field High School Friday afternoon, October 7t. i The mreeting was called to order by the President, Mrs. Cas Moss. Roll was called by Secretary and 17 answered to their names and 4 new names were added to the roll. The minutes of last meeting; were read and adopted. Mrs. J. J. Payne was elc.ted 2d vice preV:ident. Tii.; comrlitbtuee, composed of Messrs. Mixon, Cooper th~d Hyde, to estimate the cost of impr...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 14 October 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, - - LOUISIANA RIVALRY IN AEROPLANES. The feat of J. Armstrong Drexel in breaking the record for altitude at tained by any heavier-than-air ma chine was accomplished recently in England with a French monoplane, and has, as a consequence, served to increase the rivalry between the mono plane and biplane, the two types of heavier-than-air machines. While for evi the moment the monoplane has the record for altitude, the biplane has captured many other records, among he others that for long-distance traveling, says New Orleans Picayune. So far, bic 'then, no very definite data has been do' developed to prove the superiority of I either type over the other. The mono- dol plane seems the more graceful of the olc ýwo machines, as it more nearly re- be: Lembles a bird in flight; but, on the thi other hand, the biplane appears the 'stronger, because of its "truss" con- foi ptruction, and the steadier because of Dc its greater spread of pla...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 14 October 1910

H, I . 11 or' - CYtus ToWNsiND v y BR$ADY /LLL4SZ4YAT/6//J3YV AwIT/-Rt 0WYR41 r/eo/JYW w# PM44t 'WrT" A ,/l 4"ll·/AMA 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 speak in any known lan guage. She decides to educate him and mold his mind to her own ideals. She finds evidence that leads her to believe that the rman is John Itevell Charnock of Virginia, and that he was cast ashore when a '"hild. Katharine Brenton was a highly specialized product of a leading university. Her writings on the sex prob lem attracted wide attention. The son of a multi-millionaire becomes infatuatcd with her and they decide to put her theo ries into practice. With no other cere mony than a handshake, they go away together. A few days on his yacht re veals to her that le only p)rofessed J)ftly ideals to possess her. While drunk he at tempts to kiss her. She knocks him down and leaves him unconscious. escaping in t...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 14 October 1910

THIE COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfield.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSORIPTICN RATES. One Year - - - . . - $1.00 'Six Months - - - - - 60 cents Invariably in Advance. Wax. L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBS. WM. L. SMYLIE, - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. HAVE YOU REGISTERED)? In order to allow all who wish in to vote in the Road Tax election, sc which will be held Dec. 6th, to do ai so the registration books will be e, kept open until Nov. 6th. After that date it will not be possible to m register and your vote will be lost. oi We urge upon our people the rt importance of taking this action S while they may. In registering rý for this election it is only F those who have not already p registered who have this opportun- q ity offered them. In this election e. all property taxpayers are eligible ti to vote, regardless of politics. The * importance of good roads appeals 31 to all our people and we t...

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