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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 November 1910

- or -tt:eRoa0d Tax. and Editor Comrade: As there seems Vall to be mistaken ideas as to how the infor public roads will be warlied in case of Si the tax is voted on Dec. 6th, I wish box( to say a few words, which will be bon directed to correct such ideas. hous 1. There is such a belief " going and its rounds that the present system the I of workin : the load.s will be kept bon up, but I wish to inform Iony one cons having on idea or se'`,1f that such M". will not be the º:,i, l-,ie will lng be no Illmolr a l"',; i tilt '1o, :It over- mad seers nir htil-:s beiiug rulimol d ed IPI to work tlh rioad.. Such a Systeum is a failure. u hich is orne good rea- pros s911 why the people should vote a fe the tax. 31 2. Another belief I hear spoken bore of is that there will be two or ber three roads woirked and the rest 8th go unworked, which will not ie A the case. I am the one that sug. h gested the election of two road roa' commissioners from each ward, and view [ did so for the ieason that...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 November 1910

-GOLD8 BREED CATARRH Her Terrible Experience Shows How Peruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds. Mrs. C. S. Sage rse r, 1811 Wood land Ave., Kansas City, Mo., writes: "I feel it a duty to you and to others that may be af flicted likey myself, to. speak f o r Peruna. "My trou ble f rat came after la grippe eig ht or nine years ago, a gath ering in my head and neuralgia. I suffer e d most all the time. My nose, ears and e y e s Mrs. C. S. Sagorser. were badly affected for the last two years. I think from your description of internal catarrh that I must have had that also. I suffered very severely. "Nothing ever relieved me like Pe runa. It keeps me from taking cold. "With the exception of some deaf, ness I am feeling perfectly cured. I am forty-six years old. "I feel that words are inadequate to express my praise for Peruna." Catarrh In Bad Form. Mrs.. Jennie Darling, R. P. D. 1, Smyrna Mills, Maine, writes: "I was unable to do my work for four years, as I had catarrh in a bad ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 November 1910

OPERATION ByLydia 3.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 2 iii De Forest, Wis.- I "After an opera- i tion four years ago i I had pains down ward in both sides, backache, and a weakness. The doc tor wanted me to have another opera tion. ItookLydiaE. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and I am entirely cured of my troubles." Mrs. AUGUSTE VESPERMAŽN, De For est, Wisconsin. Another Operation Avoided. New Orleans, La.-- 'For years I suf fered from severe female troubles. Finally I was confined to my bed and the doctor said an operation was neces sary. I gave Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound a trial first, and was saved from an operation." -Mrs. LILY PEYROUX, 1111 Kerlerec St., New Orleans, La. Thirty years of unparalleled success confirms the power of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases. The great volume of unsolicited testimony constantly pour ing in proves conclusively that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a remarkable remedy for those dis tressing feminine ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 November 1910

:: Local and Personal. A nice lot of sweaters. W.W.Kelly. Rev. Phillips is visiting his sister, Mrs. Gillis. See Honeycutt for money saving `iF`prices. S. C. Law visited Womack on busi ness this week. We have fresh Michigan cranber ries. Wood Grocer Co. Mr. Bclden and family have moved to their home on west Main street. Lovett Bros.' syrup today at Wood Grocer Co. Mrs. A. J. Mashaw returned to her home in Ruston Monday afternoon. Pay less and get better values at Honeyeutt's. See our men work shirts, they will stand the wear. W. W. Kelley. Mrs. L. E. DeLoach and Mrs. Mudd spent Wednesday in Alexandria shop ping. Fresh pork, link sausage every week. Wood Grocer Co. If you do not register and pay your poll tax you are not entitled to vote. See! A new shipment of ladies' suits just received at W. W. Kelley's. Mrs. R. E. Dillon visited the family of Rev. A. S. J. Neil at Eros last week. Why nob try the new man? He sells . for less. Honeyett, J. W. Dr. A. Morris Peters and family of Roch...

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

-·~ Advertisements in this paper 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. Off --- -d_ - - - ',:r.._ff__= "NUMBEI 35 SWINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. FRIDAY, DECE'IBER o, 1910. VOL. XX. ., , -, - .. -- . . - WINN PARISH TEACHERS. I , -. ', Ia Commercial Collegý Opens. Last Wednedray i,,v',ii,, wit- WA nessed the hl.ini:: :1 new ble epoch in Winnfield ,c!,ls;: the of th opening exercises of th, Cornlinr- lng cial College. Ample ,,vidence New that this enterprise, will have elect the co-operation of thel town the s was given by the crowd that stray gathered to witness the opening. 1)utel 'The old school building has been to ca remodeled and now offers comfort will as well as room to the business the college students. thor Many programs have been ren- acqt dered in the auditorium of the old they building, but never has a more serv attentive crowd ;gathered within i its walls. ...

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 December 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. Jupiter Pluvius is a bit of a tease. Even a perfect climate has its oft days, Any garb that is waterproof is the fall style in raincoats. Where is the use in carrying a hob bled woman to a dance? Cholera, like its undesirable citisens, Europe may keep at home. Sunshine is all right, but the hunt er's moon has its excellencies also. King Manuel thinks of coming to the United States, which is a very nice country. Eight women's clubs at Panama Be tween clubs and spades the big job will go through. How much easier "aeroplane" would be to pronounce if we could only call It "areoplane." There are times whey the "I-told you-so" man is more of a nuisance than ever before. Cuba hopes some day to get its storms trained to pick bananas, but pot to damage shipping. It is proposed that all the concealed weapons and their bearers be sent to the Panama canal to fortify it. A professor calls for a Supreme Court of Science. Would any t...

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 December 1910

4 . L -A~vj~Jv ".i, r f bI ii criniii Rairny~ is I dr tlrnir nnl1a.tintard hats with thelrt , noSYNOPSIS. At aprvate view of te Chatworth per-Ha . onal estate, to be sold at auction, the mo " Harry Cressy who was present, describes he ring to his fancee, Flora Glsey, andble, her chaperon, Mrs. Claraby assa . g like a t heathen A o Cwith a beautiful Bul .2 eve SYNOPSIS. for At a private view of the Chatd. Florth discov- the seonar estate, to be sold at auction, the mo :Chatworth ring mysteriously dlsappears. Thearry Cressy who was present, describes the ring to his fiancee, Flora Gilsey, and pal , her chaperon, Mrs. Clara Britton, as be ::shed, was like a heathn god, with a beautifulophole throughmo f sapphire set inwood; the head. Flora discov- the ers an unfamiliar mood in Harry espe- drts cially when tooe ring Is discussed. CHAPTER 11.-Continued. oni the The picture gallery was new, an ad- ble dition; and the plain, narrow, unex- Elo pected door in this place, where all col was hi...

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 December 1910

TlE COMRADE. Published Weekly. atiered at the Post Oice at Winnfleld. La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTIION RATES. Oae Year - - - .C i k Months - - 60 cent Invariably ini Advance. S.L.. YLIE & CO P -Us. "WM. L. SMYLIE, - - - - EDITOiR. Official Journal of Town of Wirnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. WINN PARISH FAIR. t The people of Winn parish a should be proud of the success of o the parish fair held at Dodson in o October. It is acknowledged the t best parish fair il the State this u year; and this is oar irst fair and c was gottel ap and completed in the short time of forty-five days. e This is a record sever attained by f any-other parish and we should be f proud of it; and all this in Winn. c N.ow it is impossible to have every thing in suck a shabort time, but we g want all the beot there is for our a fair, and we are now going to try e t°_rto get up eaough money by selling t - wore stock to put these fair d grounds in the very best shape. i We wisk t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 December 1910

e ry ý r ',. .. " 0, ~ L .-~ -Ii~---·--L-: (R d llip Po'fnder Deeply. Weig Well ; ,.7.Y · w TTwil have tn To the Taxpayers of Winn Parish: we 1. It is a fact, that cannot be go SŽcontradicted, that the improve- co ment of the Roads in any section to has always been followed by im- a provement along all lines. New ta: citizens are attracted, land goes ca th up in value, social and trade com- th munication increases, schools im- fa Sprove, stock is betta r bred, farm- ye ing takes on new life, the home is nc painted, and. country life is gener- th ally made attractive. The older States understand this and are to spending tens of thousands of dol lars yearly on their roads. al 2. No man can deny that the ht roads in Winn are Bad. None hope g for improvement under the present systein, where the country resi- a (ldents are made to do all the work. w The average time spent on the bi roads would hardly go over four Th days out of the twelve, while many rf persons subject to road duty es-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 December 1910

Back to the Wild. ,There was o time when all dogs :were .wild and when what we call. 'Wolves were different from other dogs onl as a collie now is different from a Newfoundland, for instance. From 'time to time you will hear of dogs :that have returned co the life of their uancestors and have run wild with the wolves of the prairie or of the woods. .In the town of Sandy in Oregon a greyhoind one night made the ac qluaintance of a' coyote, which is a 'kind of wolf, and ever since he has lived away from the town, running with the coyotes and approaching hu tnan dwelling-places only to steal a hen dr two when he has been more than usually hungry. TRY MURINE .EYE REMEDY for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn't Smart-Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, .50c, $1.00. Murine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Books and Eye Advice Froe by Mall. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. The spinster is handicapped in one respect. She...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 December 1910

Arkansas Directory HOTEL MARION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS S 25 Rooms. Absolutely Fireproof. : Lates for Rooms, 51.00 Per Day and Up. KODAK FINISHIlNG Give us a trial. We are ex Sperts Ourpricesare reasonable.Write for them. SJNlGKIND PHOTO SUPPLY CO, Uttle Reck, Ark. BEAT THIS No. 2 Smith Premiers and )No. 6 Remingtons; former prioe $100. Sold at 13 per month at an advance. Guaranteed one year. Ready for use. No. 3 Olivers 639. L. C. Smiths and Underwoods. Sold over 3000. pAIIEW*I-LONIGT, 205 WR. Irad kIet, IJtOs tsh, A Send today for bargain list. MACHINERY Engines and Boilers 1)lw Mills. Grist Mills, Cotton Gins. Mill Supplies orall kinds. Freight prepeld to any point. Large Stoek, low prices, pzumpt shipment. send for Calt lFgue"M." BEN. D. SCIlAAD, 221 last Markham , rAate Boek. Ark. WESTERN HIDE AND'FUR CO. .P. Smith and Little Rock, Arkansas. WE WANT HIDES AND FURS Direct all shipments to us. Same will receive per sonal attention. hatisfaction guaranteed. We make prompt returns. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 2 December 1910

. :.th 1 for th Sal: tc - VEN SUIR ELS VHEBAE KACCOUNTS A WINTERIt may come to you sooner than you think. The pr u dent squirrel stores away nuts when he can get nuts. 1Ie has them when winter comes. To HAYF TMOSEY you must save as you make it, and put it in the bank where it will be safe. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA S. ROGERS, resident C. MCashier. Local and Personal. less and get better values at ycutt's. 01 ir. iand Mrs. A. L. McDonald g hehappy lpareuts of a girl. egoods arriving fdaily at C. B. C S nob try the new man? He sells ;f0Noass . Honeycitt, J. W. M. Fisher is at howe a ft m ii tHanblyitit at Jena. derl .not imitators.. Al Soehing new at pur drugstore. a1 r 'hai nid Thomas. ,i/ rill " leftr :"huredY - Sath ii Fields, La. f you ~ro e are out telephone T " iii, or shine, cay or night S 4b it pair of to theshoet. I can ` $tou ip size and priee. S W Dik, ".-er.son, the - Shoe Man...

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

New Prmesss and New Type Advert;sementsisn Faces for Gommercial Work always give the best results Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, I)ECEMBER 41 1910. NU31 7 Peanut Growers Association Or ganized at Calvia The farmers of this section met at Calvin on Saturday last and organized a Peanut Grower's Association. The farmers are enthusiastic over this new industry and we predict that the pea nut business will revolutionize this country and that in a few years the broad wings of prosperity will be flap ping over all this country. There will be about two hundred acres planted to peanuts in this sec tion next season. The association will take steps at once to get a thrash er, and we suggest that they get a peanut parcher also, for you know that we all like parphed peanuts. An Old Veteran. Dr. N. B. Null, of Ruston, an honor ed veteran of the Civil War, is visit ing his daughter, Mrs. Wade Long, this week....

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 December 1910

THE COMRADEl WM. L. SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, . • LOUISIANA. "OH, YOU CIDERI" Fall is the season when man is moved to praise of things humble in origin, but rich in fulfilment. The young turkey struts about, preparing himself for November's ideas; the woods cackle with the dropping of hickory and butternut as the boys sent clubs into the branches, and the pumpkin swells and yellows on the vine. Especially is it the time when the muse Inclines to sing of cider. And the muse might be in far worse business, says the Detroit News. The Romans knew the drink, and before them the Greeks. In the days of I Isaac and Jacob the pastoral tribes I were familiar with its bead and zest. the To such drink does the palate yearn Johi In these October days. Exalted be and the natural, undistilled juice of the infit first pressing. A good custom is the yan] old one of grating up a little horse- by 1 radish and dropping it into the host scoured casks that are to hold the was liquor. It improves...

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

i T le; COPyfyOfiof s by SYNOPSIS. he ha At a private view of the Chatworth per sonal estate, to be sold at auction, the %] Chatworth ring mysteriously disappears. W; Harry Cressy. who was present, describes the ring to his tiancee. Flora Gilsey, and her chaperon, Mrs. Clara Britton, as be- st ing like a heathen god, with a beautiful sl sapphire set in the head. Flora discov ers an unfamiliar mood in Harry, espe- T] cially when the ring is discussed. She th attends "ladies' night" at the club and meets Mr. Kerr, an Englishman. It comes 10 out that the missing ring has been known as the Crew idol. Its disappearance re calls the exploits of Farrell Wand, an gi English thief. Flora has a fancy that Harry and Kerr are concerned in the mystery. lo CHAPTER IV. ai Flowers by the Way. Flora liked this funny little dining s( room with walls as frail as box-boards, m low-ceiled and flooded with sun. It bi recalled surroundings she had known h later than the mining camp, but long al before the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 December 1910

ITHE C.OMRADE. M Published Weekly. ' by ,Entered at the Post Office at Winnfield.La. ex as 2nd class mail matter.. the S UBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year - -- - - - $1.00 Sai 8ix Months - - " 60 cents Invariably in Advance. Cot me .Wi. L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBs. of WM. L. SM1YLIE,- -- - EDITR. ] me Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. of Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Sty S-- ch INSURGENCY. era Last week the editor of this re paper attended the extra session th: of the Legislature at Baton Rouge col during the election of the United po States Senator and was present at the "gab'fest" which preceded the pr balloting. th' We left home thinking that du there was something to the move- Pr ment called insurgency and looked for an arraignment of the regular to democratic leaders that would make them "sit up and listen." Our idea was that their following was a formidable factor and that a fair percentage of the democratic n voters were in the revolt. at We found nothing like this to ...

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

V I A oliday Stock Iht is first In oth Variety and Quality e patl-- ------------ C NO ELTES Our Beautfu Display Gifts CU GLAS T ES eet all requirements from First to last. Dolls, Doll Buggies, Doll We have a Complete Stock of Presents that Water Sets, Bowls,Trays, Beds, Mechanical Toys. everybody appreciates=Pasng nd Beau Jewel and Puff Jars, Cel In fact Everything for tiful, at the same time Practical aiý d Useful. ery Trays, Butter Dishes, the Children. Every department filled with fresh goods .t fair prices Sugar and Cream sets, et the Children. B0 AUTIFUL G IPST4As% _ ___ ALL _ Wac Don't fai to hear hear the Graphophonesplay the lates atch Chains and Fbs, all raes, pieces. fomplete line of Records for Sale. Lengths and Styles; Gold filled, plated e_ .. a.. y th bs oe and nickel. Swell line of Neck Chains, I am here to stay and can sell you the best of ev= ne Neck Chaerything at right prices. I have the goods and my Rings, Cuff Buttons, Bracelets, Pins, prices are right, Quality...

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

DEBVAATATION: : WROU% : T ii · X OU .BUT . . , . .!  ; , ' - ,.; ,.....; . . q ...7. .#o /Ip C4Y.flhl/ccfOL, &1APLES, ITALY.--The recent terrible cloud-burst that struck the region about the Bay of Naples wrought ii great devastation in several places, the wor'st sufferer being the town of Casamicciola, part of which was overwhelmed by great rocks and debris carried down by torrents from Mount Epomeo. Isehia also wats badly damaged. in various places the aqueducts through which the drinking water flowed were rendered useless..R lete work began at once and has been carried on with marked efficiency. "  -  .   A... .-. .#  , . . ' MAN-EATERS THERE Cannibals Still Remain in Austra* lian Desert. Not Many Visitors to Australlr. Tempt ed to Penetrate Center of Country -Everybody Says It's Vast Unexplored Region. New York.-If you have a mind tc .'vsit Australia it might be just as well ( keep away from the center of the . ,continent, according to D. C. Cameron, S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 December 1910

ETER I Pu , LISHED For Be- t uf Women who Suffer :: Female Ills a Mi"nnea!' . Minn.--"I was a great n nDfferer flmi female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down con lition of the A syst m. I read so 'i : tofwhatLydia f: E ikham's Veg- i tm; !e Compound f ( l:. one for other l. u:ing women I ' u :,'ire it would C h.e;, ane, and I must a s:y itid help me is 'woNdtrfully. M11 pa:is all left me, r grew strongecr, and within three months I was a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made public tk. show the benefit women may derive i from Lydia E. Pinkhtnm's Vegetable t Compound"--Mrs. Joir~s G. MOLD.AN, 2115 Second St., Northl, Minneapolis, Minn. , Thousands of unsolidited and genu. tno testimonials like the above prove the efficiency of Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegeot.ble Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from . those dis. t tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubb the ability of Lydia 'E. IPin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 December 1910

THE LUCKIEST DAY YOU'LL EVER HAVE E BANK i ' CCOUNT If you were to deposit only $5 and leave it and the compound interest on it in our bank for five hundred years, and you were to live that long, you could buy the earth. Money placed in our bank and LEFT ALONE will grow TREMENDOUSLY fast. 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. ''' ';Fresh mackerel at W. M. Milam & '. Son. Heinz' sweet and sour pickles in 'bulk, Wood Grocer Co. ITJ. T. Wood visited Shreveport i' Tuesday on business. Fresh celery twice a week at W. M. Milam & Son's. :Dn't forget White Crest Flour is ' :the best. Wood Grocer Co. E Walker, of Ruston, was a ~ isitor to Winnfleld Thursday. " aiAfull line of Christmas candies. Wood Grocer Co. Cranberries all the time at W. M. Milam & Son's. Srs. Collins 'of Chatam was the gs of Mrs. Williams Monday. fr des.' suits, ...

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