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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

..ý r 1 , "Nn" returned the onman, quietly I vou I would not take an angel n r +` TowsE V nave no r CYius TtemptENt 'V Y //AýD .Right, fLwS!Tr1JDY Ai'A/WVT:y a man of y.go . Bood W//7/G~jTI90/,Fjrw~H,;,A d'L 7 (7"M/y yc aYOPSIS. chaplain, A young mtan cust ashore on a lone- with i ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a advice. young white man, dressed like a savage ustoms. and unable to speak in any known lan guage. She decides to educate him and you men mold his mind to her own ideals. She choice 01 inds evidence that leads her to believe that the man is John Revell Charnock of of his .ft Virginia, and that he was cast ashore brooks c when a child. Katharine Brenton was a highly specialized product of aleading want university. Her writings on the sex prob- "Come lm attracted wide attention. The son of a multi-millionaire becomes infatited we will with her and they decide to put her the- in the ares into practice. A few days on his acht reveals to her that he only pro- "Perhap fe...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

TI M ADE, t i ied t the Post Office at Winnfield.La. t . as 2nd class mail matter. SUB80RIPTION RATES. S ear--ear - - - - - - -- -$1.00 t ',,it 8 Months- - - -- 60 cents invariably in Advance. I AV;M. L. 8MYLIE & CO., PUBS. 2 Wx. .L.. SMYLIE, - . . -EDITOR. ,-kOfficial Journal of Town of Winnfield. d M, Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. 1i The Tide is Turning. One of the most promising indi cations of the awakening interest in the desirability of Louisiana as a place for locating and the invest yi ment of capital, is thle purchase of tracts of land in various portions of the State. Various lands in +N''orth Louisiana are being pur :chased by Northern and Eastern ci> apitalists, possibly to be divided into small tracts for settlement and cultivation, or disposed of as `an, investment when the tide of immigration becomes stronger and imore pronounced towards this :favored section. Swamp lands that have been lying undisturbed from the period :=of their virgin formation u...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

BIC PROFIT SALE ,y "A Sale will be Contiued 10 Days WING to the extremely warm weather and the backward season we are forced to put on this PROFIITSHIARING SALE. Our fall stock is larger this se.C;o than ever and we realize the fact that we will have to carry over a large percentage of winter stock, hence this sale. We are Going to Share the Profits with You During This Ten Days. Sae Folks You will surely make the mistake of your life if you fail to attend this PROFIT-SHARING SALE. Right at this time all other merchants :re asking the O highest prices for merchandise, we are going to SHARE THE PROFITS WITH YOU, we are going to sell you cheaper. You Need your Winter Supplies, Gome to This Profit-Sharing Sale Every Man, Woman and Child in Winn Parish knows the WINNFIELD MERCANTILE COMPANY. You know that when we advertise to do a t!ing W\; i)() IT OR BUST A TRACE. You know we do not misrepresent; every article will be priced at a reduction from the former price. Wl -GIVE OUR GUSTOMERS ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

Let Us Quote from a letter by Mr. F. 1H. Allen, of Ashland, R.I. "In my five passenger heavy car, I am ruinning 25 to 30 miles with the consumption of I GAL= LON of TEXAX O AUTO GA 8ObIN " Sounds good, doesn't it? But is nothing remark able to us-just one of the many letters in our files from delighted us ers of TEXACO. More mileage for the same cost. The Texas Oil Go. SOLD BY J. H. HUDNALL, Agent 1 Choice of Two Best Routes In Rock Island clean, com- o fortable, easy-riding tourist it cars. g .'. TO .*. 8 CALIFORNIA These cars embody all the p essentials of the standard ii ' Pullman sleeping cars. Two routes. I SOUTHERN AND SCENIC F via El Paso and New Mexico Q or through the Colorado d "Rockies and Salt Lake. tl Full information on request. Geo. H. Lee, . C. B. Sloat, ' General Paps. Agt., Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Little Rock, Ark. l NEW FALLIl GOODS a t Every Day we are Receiv. ing New Fall Goods and a you will do well to see our i stock before making your t Fall Pur...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

A. . : AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. Bill No, 1. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana for the assess '. :./wment, levy and collection of a tax in the Pari h of Orleans and the State of Lou laiia at 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 tion Company. Section 1. Be it resolved by the General I Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two thirde of all members elected to each house ' oncurring, That an amendment to the Con Stitution of the State of Louisiana be sub mitted to; the qualified electors of the State for their approval or rejection as required Sby Article 821 of sthe Constitution of the State of Louisiana at the Congressional alection to be held on the first Tuesday next following the first Monday of November, 19'10, as follows : The World's Panama Exposition Company d having been or...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

THE' C GM 'b w>. s... sv L oo. Pubs. s<;:r- WINNfIELD:. LOUISIAN CHANCE TAKERS. 1 Siractical railway man, F. P. ; oesch by name,- and master mechanic of'a southwestern railroad by occupa ion, advaices a .new reason for the • _~: nan' accidents on American railways. R' . `oesch says it is summed up in ,:,:.two words-"chance takers." In a speech before the Railway Surgeons' iiassociation this western master me :ilianic declared that the only way to 6o away with railroad accidents is to eliminate the "chance takers," says Indianapolis Star. His position is well taken, and his terse description of a ?,':: vital reason why railroads of this c,'.:untry kill so many people is rather startling. When one comes down to i.the only phase of railroad operation that so far has been beyond absolute control, Mr. Roesch says the element iof human fallibility stands out as the primary cause in 99 out of every 100 cases. This view of the matter, while not questioned, is rather out of the usu...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

YOU HAVE tNOT SUN SREV1POlRT l Unless You idvwe Paid a Visit 0o re 0 rne0r0 od Great Department Store, Corner Texas & McNeil Streets This store shows the largest stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Millinery, Ready-to-Wear Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Shades, Curtains, Upholstery Goods, Trunks, Suit Cases, Bags, etc., to be found in the entire state, outside of New Orleans o0 READY-TO-WEAR GOODS $50,00 Swort, ofr worth of O-r O ,!irt Second lFloor il devoted to Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. Hundreds of new Tailored Suits and Dresses, for Women, Misses and Children. Fine Silks, Chiffon, aioile, Velvet, SCredp, C;&shmere de Soih an:d N'ordity C(ostumes; Dancing, Party, and Evening Dresses are on display here at "Money Saving" prices. Chlildren's and Ihfant's ])resses, Cloraks, C1apes, Suits, mrs, Caps and Novelties. Largest line of WHomen's and Misses Cloaks; Coats, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats, Furs, etc. Sweaters for Children. Misses and Ladies. lHlundreds of them...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

AN OLD-TIME CLOWN: ,l. /gler,' (Tony. Parker,) Praises 1M. Agler is one of the best known Gan in the circus world, having been on the road with a " wagon show 53 '" years. When inter i viewed at his home in Winfield, Kans., he said: "I con ,tracted kidney trou ble in the war, and suffered intensely for twelve years. Backache was so severe I could hard ly walk and my rest was broken by distressing urinary rouble. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and my cure has been permanent for ive years. This is remarkable as I m.ta in my 83rd year." Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a i Foste-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Not Responsible. Nurse-What's that dirty mark on leg, Master Frank? Frank--Harold kicked me. Nurse-Well, go at once and wash Frank-Why? It wasn't me what 41 it!-Punch. W The false prophet has both eyes on the profits. . . . The Wretchedness f Constipation Squckly be overcome by G CARTER'S LITTLE pcrt ER PILLS. ,er 'i Rnely veetable chic . urely and CARTE chi ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

IMM 1 Li FOR YSPEPS1 w lo A RRH OF STOM f VE To cure costiveness the medicine must be more than a purgativeo;-t must contain tonic. alterative and cathartic properties. J Tuf 'a Pills possess these qualities, and speedily restore to the bowels their natural peristaltic motion, so essential to regularity. ...W A" man is judged by his al Sappearance " KNOWN THIE WORLD OVER iT I n ý"I Is THE NAMEo or, THE BEST MEDICINE for COUGMHS COL.DS n A LITTLE TOO PRIMITIVE Shower Bath Arangement Something a of a Shock to the V Participant. August Belmont, at a dinner in Sara toga, praised the seaside towns of SNew England. "But some of them," he added, "are a little too primitive. I remember a i..story about 'the 'primitive town of Rockford. Rockford had d rough bath ing establishment, with a shower bath. You stood in --your bathhouse and ::pulled a rope and a deluge of cool wa '; ter descended from the ceiling. "Well, a lady visitor stood one day in her bathhouse, ready for the show er. She pull...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 28 October 1910

n4 aveyou ever needed money and of your Friends 10 WINN PARISH BANK SWINNFIELD, LOUISIANA HaveL. ROGERS, President C.d money and asked it of your Friendsr. WINN PARISH BAND d WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA9 L. R GER, Prsidnt' . IcGINY, ashier. Local and Personal. Follow the crowd to the Profit Sharing sale at Winnfield Mere. Co. Mrs. Ewing left Tuesday for her home in Texas. at Ladies coat sweaters at the profit- C' sharing sale. Winnfield Mere. Co. Our motto is fresh goods our hobby M quick delivery. Wood Grocer Co. I Fresh Mackerel and Pigs Feet at Corley & Eagles. ti They have lost sight of profits at fil i-.,O'Quin & Gibsons. . Miss Mary Wood left today for a short visit to Shreveport. We handle nutriline and mo milk. ti Wood Grocer Co. Nothing reserved in the sale at a O'!Quin & Gibson. .1 Don't forget us for celery on Sat i;'ur~days: Wood Grocer Co.  Everything new and at reduced t, prices at O'Quin & Gibsons. Mrs. IaCroix and Drew went to F "Alexandria Thursday to see ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 November 1910

New Presses and New Typeaways ve the best r Faces for Gommercal Work Oficial Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Tewn of Winnfield._ -- WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910. VOL. XX. _ ý . Nigih School Dots. ~17 A Fierce Fire Swept Monroe Fifty-One Houses Were Destroyed Loss was about $50,000 lusnrance at $25,000.00. Furniture burned in the Streets. Many without Homes and House Furnish ings. "A hint to the wise is sufficient." if you are not fully protected, phone 158 and our representative will call on.you. W. M. CAMPBELL & CO. New York Election Bets. oT New York, Nov. 3.-The odds in the are election betting in Wall Street this blr afternoon jumped to the unprecedent- b ed figures of 4 to 1 on Dix. Just be- tell fore the market closed,.after a day of brisk betting, two wagers were re corded-one of $8,000 to $2,000 and the, other. of $4,000 to $1,000. Thin breaks adI the record in the anrnals of betting on elections in New York. Early in the afternoo...

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

THE COMRADE WM.1. SMYLIE &a cO., Pubs. wNNFILD., : . LOUISIANA. EDUCATION AND VOCATION. The Boston school board has estab I:ised - a "vocation bureau," the pur poe a dwhich is to ascertain the con -'I.o.l the needs, the natural tastes, the . i hopes and plans, of the boys and i:.$rl in the grades, in an effort to as sist them toward a life work with the least waste of time and effort, says St. Paul Pioneer Press. Records are to be kept of pupils for two or three years before they leave school, show Ing to what extent their vocational desires change and shift, and to what effect they are likely to make a wise chojoe of their life work. This is but a first step in a movement that is growing all over the country for the purpose of bringing education into di rect alliance with livelihood. If it were absolutely known just what fu ture employment a pupil was best suit ed fol and most cared for, it would be possible to so direct his education as to save waste, both to the pupil and to ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 November 1910

'r nano__ 'r,,~ Aawu t it had re- r "_"" C sliTow ts e la S.B uADY throe He' jAvM/rnoor wcroHdPeA CattUrYI,4I (A f~f/ A quie SYNOPSIS. men A'young woman cast ashore'on a lone- mid: ly island, finds a solitary inhabitant, a boat young white man, dressed like a. savage safe and unable to speak in any known lan- turb guage. She decides to educate him and mold his mind to her own ideals. She to n finds evidence that leads her to believe help sthat the mat, is John Revell Charnock of " Virginia, and that he was cast ashore brin ,when a child. Katharine Brenton was a St highly specialized product of a leading university. 'Her writings on the sex prob- ous lem attracted wide attention. The son of the a multi-millionaire becomes infatuated with her and they decide to put her the- laa .*Cries into practice. A few days on his the yacht reveals to her that he only pro fessed lofty ideals to possess her. While stel drunk he attempts to kiss her. She to ,knocks him down and leaves him uncon sc...

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

THE COMRADE. Published Weekly. intered* at the Post Office at linnfleld. La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTICN RATES. is One Year e1- - -- - -- .00 81x Months -- - - - 60 cents .Invariably in Advance. WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBs. Wt. L. 8MYLIE, - - - EDITOR. :Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Wirn. From Newport. Editor Comrade: I herewith enclose a clip from the Southern Ruralist for reprint in your vain able paper, The Comrade. We send your paper this editorial from the Ruralist in response to your editorial of three weeks ago on the nonattendance at the Parish Union or as a preface to what we would like to say to F. E. & C. U. of A. readers that Union's education has reached that point where they should pass up to a higher grade in school (the business world). The next grade is founded on two phylosophers Stones-Corpor atious-incorporated. The produ cers must be masters of their pro ducts. They must. own and con. trol the exchanges...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 November 1910

_ _ _ _--- -.- -__ _ _____--·-·--~~-~ YOU IUAVI, NOT HI;N VIP0Tf voU Unless You Have Paid a Visit to The F oo SGreat Department Store, Corner Texas & McNeil Streets This store shows the largest stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Millinery, Ready-to-W.ear Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Shades, Curta Upholstery Goods, Trunks, Suit Cases, Bags,.etc., to be found in the entire state, outside of New Orleans mot, o.f READY TO WEAR GOODS oro w orth of ! Chi.dr.n Fine Silks. Chiffon, Voile, V Our entire Second Floor is devoted to Ready to-Wear and MillinerY. ) nredr"l of new . loied Sitsa:nd Dreses,. b women,  sen and Children. fine Slks, Cl, ile, elr Crepe, Cashniere de Sore anl 'o . iovP- ( ostumes. )ancin. P arty, a.nd Evenig lres es are on displa he at S ",on"iy Savi n T n' L " itn,, uld.t',s ulad l ant'e l)resses Cloaks , es.wn t Sits, F15 rs, Caps nd Noveltie .. . Laige~t iin1 ol. .,ol ;ei "al . ",.M CIOaks Coats. Skirt'. \Vai~tY , PettiCoats Fnr'. et Sw k e i C....

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 November 1910

CONStTUTIONAL AMINDMENTS eaita.:: Bm No. :. :A JOINT RESOLUTION :  .e -,tan amendiient to the Constitution . tI., tate 'of L6ulsiana for the assess -" ·hivy and collection of a tax in the --:Orleans and the State of Lou t inol> aid of .locating and building an in the city of New Orleans to the completion of the Panama lS slId tax to be expended under the 4l*W -ooaf the World's Panama Expost. Ut amipnany, 8aotflr a 1. Be it resolved by the General - b- of the State of Louisiana, two of all members elected to cach house P~ t-6ing, That an amendment to the Caon of the State of Louisiana be sub' te the qualified electors of the State he pprovl or rejection as required bor t 321 of the Constitution of the , ti :..~,Louisiana at the Congressional 1eCtiQon to be held on the first Tuesday niext following the first, Monday of Novembecr, 191. as follows: The World's Pananma Exposition Company harvio been organized as a corporation by cat fore Percy Sommer Benedict, Notary Fublt on, th...

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

^1a. b te ~oWashington and t. Tarn ivetiers oi':n ae :weinty-sith.; diem shall a :`ppoe'tb iny.ix,, advertl 'lb sPariahea- off Ascettslon;" St, James and in :the SA/smijitigtmr shalt cofpoe the t ioftev'envth' |loatted .,dilct . sixty d '.'eParishes of St.. John the Baptist, St. bonds i Oaas a and Jefferson shall compose 'the and del twmt iy-eighth district. bonds a STe Parishes of St. Bernard and Plaque- time, t mines, shall compose the twenty-nintth-:- dis. The Strie, World'i The PayIhesl of Caldwell ant La Salle not in shalt compo e the thirtieth district. bondt I The Judges of the several districts as corpora -.herdTn provided for, shall each receive the by this sal'gy of Three Thousand Dollars, payable prooose marAly on his own, warrant, provided the Gen- said. oral Assembly of the State of Louisiana may This in their discretion. redistrict the judicial dis- prevail trieto provided for in this Article. stitutio Provided that in no case shall the Dis- as any trier Judge rec...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 November 1910

:Iaveyou ever needed money and asked it of your Friendst -::ake OUR Bank YOUh' Bank. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFELD, LOUISIANA " R SROGERS, President C. McGITY. Cashier. SLocal and Personal Mr. and Mrs. Baggett visited Cou siatta last week. tir SFo11ow the crowd to the Profit- fie <Sharing sale at Winnfield Mere. Co. frs. J. T. Wood and son left today :t visit the state fair. Ladies.coat sweaters at the profit haring sale. Winnfield Mere. Co. =rank Stuart, of Beinville, was S;here Monday on business. Sotto is fresh goods our hobby fry k lvery. Wood Grocer Co. gl W. Teddlie is visiting her atLeesville, La., this week. F rel and Pigs Feet at 9 le S enutrilne and mo milk. Wood Grocer,Co. E Willie Walker spent Sunday in ndria~ on important business. t forget us for celery c.n Sat day. Wood Groodr Co. u o g at the profit sharing sale, S ap, cheap. Winnfleld Mere. Co. is furiishing a lage num- d Svisitors to the fair this week. SMaokerel and Pigs Feet at & Oy _& Eagles. o corks and ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 November 1910

1§ Jý. x5C'~ - 4 x set I.týJýt 1 . ý S y Y xý Advertisemtsinthispaper New Presses and New Type $ always give the best results $ Faces for Gommercial Work Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. XWINFIELD, LOISIANU FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910.BER 3 VOL. XX. THE REPUBLICANS MEET DEFEAT New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Conneticut and New Jersey Democratic. Dix's Plurality in New York State is Estimated Sixty Thousand. Foss Swept Republican State of Massachusetts. Elections held throughout the coun- I try Tuesday resulted in a political i convulsion of far-reaching effect simi- 1 lar at many points to the famous tidal wave of 1882, and apparently more widespread in its effect. The indications are that the Nation al House of Representatives had been carried by the Democrats, reversing the present Republican majority of 43. The Senate will probably have a reduced Republican majority as a result of legislative elections held in many states. In New Yor...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 November 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS P AC1T NO. 2.. h ba ste Bill No. 1. lH A JOINT RESOLUTION C imposing" an amendment to the Constitution Si et the State of Louisiana for the assess- q u eat levy and Collection of a tax in the at hof Orleans aid 'the State of Lou- th ians in aid of locating and building all 'il expos tlon in- the. city of New Orleans to ebtst* the' 'bompletion of the PanamIa as Canal* said tax to be expended under the direction. of the World's Panama Exposi- of tlon Company. to section 1. Be it resolved by the General -; embly of the State of Louisiana, two- N, tbirdg, of all members elected to each house e oearring, That an amendment to the Cion- ea attion of the. State of Louisiano be sub- its' ited to the qualified electors of the State St or their approval or rejection as required j1 b Article 121- of the Constitution of the ap ate- of Louisiana at the Congressional or lotion. to be held on the first T'uesday next a following the first Monday of November, so 1910, as fol...

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