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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 December 1910

Advertisements in this paper t New Presses and New Type ¢always give the best results Faes for Gommmercial Work Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. X, WINFIEI), LUISINA, FIDAY 1)I;CI 1,BI ;: 1910,I.531B-l ~VOL~. S. \INFIEL), LOUISIA.A, FRIDAY, I)ECEM3IBER,8 1910. WINN PARISH FOR GOOD- ROADS For t1e Second Time a Tax Levy Was Voted on for Good Roads in Winn Parish, and the Proposi= tion Was Overwhelmingly Voted. Like the gallant young governor of our State, this paper has labored for good roads since the day the. editor took control. " Three years ago the police jury ordered an election to take the sense of the taxpayers on the question of levying a five-mill tax to improve the roads, but it failed to carry. Since then wards one and nine undertook to carry out the same plan, but again failed. In the past summer a mass meeting of representative citizens again took up the project, and after a thorough canvas of the parish the police...

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

THE COMRADE WM. L SMYLIE & CO., Pubs. WINNFIELD, - LOUISIANA. THE AMERICAN BOY. Is it at all strange that some of the qualities and virtues which be longed to our women in an older day are now being transferred to the op posite sex? Can we marvel at the production of self-sacrificing Ameri can boy, who goes to work as soon as he has finished at the high school, or even at the grammar school, and reg ularly puts a share of his wages into the family fund that is sending Edith or Mabel to Vassar or Bryn Mawr? Certainly the living American boy of eighteen or twenty measures well up a in the scale of merit with any young ster that the world has yet produced, it says the New York Mail. We hear a b good deal of complaint about his a cigarette smoking, and his rough ways and impertinetce, and other de- " fects; but if his dissipations were to b be compared with the heavy drink- it ing and lawless propensities of the d smart youth of 50 years ago, he would be found to be rather a model o...

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

·:~i~~iir ~--~ ~ri~ii~ iiiu''i-'~ "'Lii~iii~C" Cb ~-~IICII-T- '·C:·-Ir'.·':` ~· Gn r I:- ·''ii""·.; : : . :I ...I· I~··:~ ~ W·~·..i-·~i-': 4?:' Rag(W~5-7~1~I~T·D-i-u ' i' CV f R.FL the s I CZ t*1 11f 77Y-] jdeAV-tiei*Pb chu COpyPIoG"r t7 by to 8o2d - 'jjie' IO1al 3 SYNOPSIS. It star At a private view of the Chatworth per- 1 wal sonal estate, to be sold at auction, the era Chatworth ring mysteriously disappanrs. Harry Cressy. who was present, describes the ring to his fiancee, Flora Gilsey, and W her chaperon, 1Mrs. Clara Britten, as be ing like a heathen god, with a beautiful Hai sapphire set in the head. Flora discov- and ers an unfamiliar mood in IBarry, espe cially when the ring is discussed. She l attends "ladies' night" at the club and fill( meets Mr. Kerr. an Englishman. It comes his out that the missing ring has been known as the Crew idol. the - anc CHAPTER II.-Continued. A Flora had a bewildered feeling that bar this judicial summing up of facts the wasn't the sort of 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. — 9 December 1910

THE COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfleld.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One fear - . . . $1.00 - ix Months - - - - - 60 cents Invariably in Advance. W .: L. BMYLIE & CO., PUBS. WM. L. SMYLIE, ... - EDITO. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish 'of Winn. WE have received from the New Orleans Daily States a copy of that paper containing an ad vertisement of Beekman & Co. of 32 full pages. This is the largest advertisement ever published in the South. The States is one of the best papers published in the South, stands for the best element in politics of the South. is alive to the industrial interests of the State and is one of the best edited and conducted journals in the whole country. Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age. Air flights on heavy machines, telegrams without wires, terrible war inventions to kill men, and that won der of wonders-Dr. King's New Dicovery-to save l...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 December 1910

CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS A holiday Stock That is First In Both Variety and Quality NOVELTIES Our Beautiful Display of Gifts CUT GLASS meet 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-Pleasing and Beau- Jewel and Puff Jars, Cel In fact Everything for tiful, at the same time Practical and Useful. ery Trays, Butter Dishes, the Children. Every department filled with fresh goods at fair prices Sugar and Cream sets, etc I I3IiAUTLcUI GIMII1STAS GfTS F01 ALL Watch Chains and Fobs, all Grades, Don't fail to hear the Graphophones play the latest tchhs and ;ol f, pa ted pieces. Complete line of Records for Sale. Lengths and Styles; (Gold filled, plated and nickel. Swell line of Neck Chains, I am here to stay and can sell you the best of ev Cuff Buttons, Bracelets, Pins, erything at right prices. I have the goods and my Rings, uff Buttos, Bracelets, Pns, prices-are r...

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

Its simplicity is a strong feature of, the KNOWN THE WORLD OVER t more for your furs, no matter where you are. We pay twice as much as home buyers and from 10 to 30% ptorothan any other dealeranywhere. Ourbig. free, atlustrated catalog tells why and proves It by letters from Ihippera In every State. Bend for tt today-no-r.w-be fore you forget. We'll send with It alsoour freeoTrap Pet' Gulde. tells how to trap and care for furs. Also our li free price Islet and market report. All sentfrooe for pehing and ali different from anything you oversaw. CORRY HIDE & FUR CO., 9 Main St., Corry, Pa. NEW MADRID SEED CORN p8ecially selected, extra clean and pure. Both white and yellow. Put up in even weight sacks. Car Lots a Specialty. Jaspar Newanm & Co.. New Madrid, Mo. Arkansas Directory HOTEL MARION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS S25 Rooms. Absolutely Fireproof. Rates for Rooms, $1.00 Per Day end Up. FORD' BUSINESS COLLEE LITTLE ROCK,ARKANSAS brkansas' Strongest and Best Equipped Ijusi teaTral...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 9 December 1910

OWES u GRI LIFE TOd its heo Lydia E. Pinkham's not Vegetable Compound e Chicago, Ill.--"I was troubled with "c falling and inflammation, and the doe- fro tors said I could not wl Sget well unless I in  dhad an operation. we I knew I could not; stand the strain of Sy Sone, so I wrote to be . you sometime ago MI about my health th and you told me n, Staking Lydia E. an Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and. Blood Purilier I am to-day a well woman."--Mrs. WILLIAM AHRENS, 988 W. 21st St., Chicago, Ill. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from nativo roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm tul drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine in the country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Pin ham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, ul ceration,displacements,fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pai...

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

ANIL w (I 0 ..V y PHILIP 1). ARMOUR, the great multi-millionaire ?Meat King first saved one hundred dollars from his earnings on the farm. He went from New York to California, ther lie he got 5.00 a day for digging ditches. He still saved-saved a few thousand dollars. The first saving was the seed from which his vast for tnne grew. .M ake 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. A plan without a fashionable tiesie U'hardly dressed: C. B. Cole & Co. has the latest styles and colors. Every family has need of a good, :reliable liniment. For sprains, bruises, soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains there is none better 'than Chamberlain's. Sold by all ti dealers. F aDon't forget to get your fruit cake from Wood Grocer Co. Some may tell you that what I have o-i that bargain counter is just the ii e all stock that I want to sell. ýObme and -...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 23 December 1910

NOW Typ T HAdvertisementsinthi New Presses and New Type always oive the bes Faces for Gommercial Work IE es for Gommercial Work Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of th? Town of Winnfield. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRI[DAY, DECEMBERI 2. 1910. NUSII VOL. XX. OUUI MATAo R S HIGHLY HONuOu . Hon. W. F. Coope'r, Retiring High Priest of Winn field Royal Arch Chapter, Is Honored with a Banquet and Presented With a Valuable Token of Esteem by His Companions. Last Monday night some fifty mem- tl bers of Winnfield Chapter R. A. M., a and their guests assembled in the I, spacious dining hall of the new City b Hotel, where Mine Host Lancaster o had spread' a bounteous banquet in C. honor of William Franklin Cooper, the first and retiring High Priest. t: Uion. W. M. Wallace was toastmas ter for the occasion, and in a few happy words delivered in his usual breezy way, the guests were seated. t P. K. Abel, our genial clerk of court, r gave the first toast, "The First Con- ' vocat...

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 December 1910

THE COMRADE WM. L. SMYLIE & CO,, Pubs. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA. 4 _ - HUSBANDS IN WAITING. Why should any woman be without a husband when by the expenditure of a small amount of money she can be put in the way of having one or many? At least, the experience of a Chicago woman goes to show that potential husbands are waiting on every other corner ready to be gathered in by any enterprising lkdy Nho happens along, says the Indianapolis Star. "All a woman has to do," she says, "is to join a matrimonial agency," adding, "I am a member of three myself and a life member of one." She is a mem ber of three because her fastidious taste leads her to become easily dis- he sh satisfied with the prizes she secures, and her sudden appearance in the limelight is due to the fact that she the mi acquired several without the prelimi call f nary of getting divorced from any, and spect. the fourth one in number for the year whicr 1910 was unkind enough to enter a protest. It is not, of course, advisab...

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 December 1910

~."1½: __· -I IC- 4 IL. t t SYNOPSIS. At a private view of the Chatwortli per sonal estate, to be sold at auction, the 7 Chatworth ring mysteriously disappears. Harry Cressy, who was present, describes the ring to his fiancee, Flora Gilsey, and her chaperon, Mrs. Clara Britton, as be ing like a heathen god, with a beautiful sapphire set in the head. F'lora discov- 7 ers an unfamiliar mood in Harry, espe cially when the ring is discussed. She attends "ladies' night" at the club and 1 meets Mr. Kerr, an Englishman. It comes i out that the missing ring has been known as the Crew idol. Its disappearance re calls the exploits of Farrell Wand, an i Znglish thief. Flora has a fancy that Harry and Kerr are concerned in the mystery. Kerr tells Flora that he has I et Harry somewhere, but cannot place him. A reward of $20,000 is offered for the return of the ring. Harry admits to Flora that he dislikes Kerr. They make an ap pointment to select an engagement ring. CHAPTER VI.-Continued, In the ...

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 December 1910

THE COMRADE. Published Weekly. Entered at the Post Office at Winnfield. La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year - . .- . .-. $1.00 Six Months - - - - - 60 cents Invariably in Advance. WM. L. SMIYLIE & CO., PUBS. WM. L. SMYLIE, - - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. THE COMMERCIAL CLUB. We call attention to the splen did showing made by the Com mercial Club of Winnfield during the year that is drawing to a close. The location of a mill; the estab lishment of the lumber offices; and the reduction of freights has paid a thousand per cent on the invest ment. A year ago houses were vacant and for rent all over the town and our population .slumped to an alarming extent. This con dition has been changed and very few houses are vacant. Few men who want work are idle. New people have come among us, and business has improved along all lines. The Commercial Club has been the factor in bringing about this condition o...

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

Winnfleld Commercial.Club. fi, At the annual meeting of this th club held Monday evening, the ed following report of the Secretary w was read, approved and ordered d( printed: cc To the Officers and Members: GENTLEMEN: This organization t has been in existence for a period P of one year, and in tendering you the following review of our work for the year we believe that every citizen of the parish will find therein anrple grunds for a just feeling of pride in thi institution and that the work accomplished during the year will reflect credit p' upon the membership more and more as the full realization of the results of our labors are brought out in the future. at RAILROAD RATES. Immediately upon the organiza y tion of the Club in December,.1909, d your Secretary was instructed to o0 at once take the rate question up h with the representatives of the n four Winnfield lines for the pur- tl pose of effecting an adjustment of it rates into and out of Winnfield of that would overcme the pr...

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 December 1910

DO IT NOW. If you have the slightest symptom -ef kidney trouble, begin using Dean's Kidney Pills at once. Delay may lead to dropsy, diabetes, or fatal Bright's disease. Doan's Kid ney Pills began cur ing sick kidneys 75 years ago. They have been curing kid ney trouble ever since. Mrs. William Mc Gregor, 711 Lilleth W I St., Pendleton, Ore., Ssays: "All my life my kidneys had trou bled me. I bloated terribly, could not control the kidney secretions and suf fered intense backache. Finally I be gan using Dean's Kidney Pills and was cured completely. I had previ ously doctored without relief." Remember the name-Doan's. a For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a tre box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ha to Time to Think Over Suicide. thi Hle took paris green to commit sul- ve -ide. Too big a dose to kill him. Emi- foi nent specialist happened to be called thi in, and started to fix him up. "'No Jul use," said paris green performer, "I'll m do it anyhow after you have dope with mi me." Do...

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

SAMPLE BOTTLE OFTEN PROVES BENEFICIAL I derived so much benefit from the use of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root that I be. lieve it will be most important for the public to know of ics worth. Last November I was suffering severely T with kidney and bladder trouble. I had to urinate every few minutes day and night. The burning pain was terrible. I sent to you for one trial bottle of Swamp-Root and it relieved me in about two hours. After taking the small trial bottle could urinate as freely as I ever could and felt no more pain, so purchased one fifty-cent bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. After taking the contents have not felt one pain G from the kidneys or bladder since. You are at liberty to publish this testi monial should you wish to. Yours very respectfully, W. H. WARREN. Gainesborough, Tenn. Sworn to and subscribed before me, b W. F. Dodson, enacted Justice of the 0 Peace of Jackson Co., Tenn., this 14th t day of July, 19C9. t Lettr to VW. F. DODSON, J. P. 8 Dr. ]ilmer Cao. IInbhast...

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

N BANK CCOU NT fra .You 0 a i/t iill l li CREATE OR CRUMBLE. Every man should create a founda tion for success before old age crumbles his earning powers. A small savings account started today, NOW, will start you on the road to independence. The farther you travel on this road the less you will wish to turn aside. 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. IMcGINTY. Cashier. Local and Personal. Al Dre Pig feet and mackel. Wood Gro.Co. get Mrs. Fay Brown has gone on a visit ing to relatives at Texarkana. M nigi See our line of holiday candies and Coil fruits before buying-La. Mere. Co. Rey. A. S. J. Neil and family of W Eros visited old friends here Monday. bod: Heinz' sweet and sour pickles in It bulk. Wood Grocer Co. the and Miss Lucy Ford of Dodson was a welcome visitor to our city this week. M: Let us sell you your next pair of quit shoes-La, Mere. Co. to h ,Miss Carrie Lou W...

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

' rs and New Type A A~Advertisementsinthis Gmmercial Work always give the best r Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30 1910. nUmB EI ',:. I _. .:: ,~ .... . __ _ PAY YOUR POLL TAX BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE )Do you want to vote for' President, Governor, Sena tor, Sheriff or any Parish officer? If you don't pay your poll tax before January 1 you can not vote in 1912. The money goes to the schools. Pay Your Poll Tax To-Day. SRetrospect. As the old year draws to a close and we look back over the days that .have'gone to make it up we should be thpakful for the good things that hav~' idw our way. In no way have we retrograded as a community. Business has been fairly good in all 'lines. New industries P have been !'reated and the payroll enlarged. New business houses and residences \.ave been built, substantial structures hat are up-to-date. Two large mill g plants have been added to our iustries t...

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

-. K W~INNFW.D, = LOUiSIANA. ` ART OF DRESSING. Tbhe ;wy to be tistically gowned ::i;,to ilc:ier one best feature and ?' h11i ressw up to it. This law has :be 'laid down to the class in ar "tistic costuming :which was recently added to the fine alrts department of the New York Teachers' college, and the instructor, who formerly designed for a Fifth avenue dressmaker, ap plies it to emphasize the importance 'of developing one's individuality, says the Boston Transcript. "If you have attractive eyes," says the expert, "make the most of them by your style of dress. If your hair is your sole claim to beauty, the tone of the dress should be such as to make the hair seem to beautify the entire face. If the pink of your cheeks is alluring in its delicacy choose some complemen tary shade for your dress." Converse ly, unattractive features-a prominent nose, eyes that squint or a too ample mouth-should be "dressed down," and the expert affirms that such fea tures may be subdued and better ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 December 1910

have been more shocke. The whole ( asked hr; n yhstn, o j in FA:;;r ·::si: . :s..I: hrhm adIvv: h m r wn ho ns..-r.RSIO~rU. I Sate a eu SYNOPSIS. At a private view of the Chatworth -personal estate, to'be sold at auction, the Chatworth ring, known as the Crew Idol, anysteriously disappears. Harry Cressy, ,-Who was present, describes the ring to thls fiancee, Flora Gilsey, and her chap ,eron, Mrs. Clara Britton, as being like a :.heathen *god, with a beautiful sapphire set in the head. Flora meets Mr. Kerr, " an Englishman, at the club. In dis cussing the disappearance of the ring, the -exploits. of an English thief, Farrell Wand, are recalled. Flora has a fancy that Harry and Kerr know something about the mystery. Kerr tells Flora that he has met Harry somewhere, but cannot . Place him. $20,000 reward is offered for the return of the ring. Harry admits to Flora that he dislikes Kerr. Harry takes Flora to a Chinese goldsmith's to buy an engagement ring. An exquisite sapphire set in a...

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 December 1910

tom: . =. - n":I, rA: an e-.. 'ý ,- . Pblished eekly Spe '' Diitered at the:ourna ofce, at, WinnfeldLa. .731T-- - - - 60 cents ':::Official Journal of the Parish of Winn.d G:- etthe Genuine Always h shift especially in medicine. The- inti i tutee. SoMYLIE & dO., PUBS. mia . SYLI , Memo EDTOiam. the Official Journal of Town o Winfiovemberld. g22, theOffiial Journal of the Parish of Winn de of ourfriend and eighbor, Mrs.iel Masebergt 12 o'clock tomorrow (Satur- Coher elday) night, unless you have paid yo:: ur oll tax you ill bhe debarred H from voting for two years. La et the lov enuine Always hseems A sZanbstitute is a dangerous make-d fe hift especially quiet medicine. Themplary gen-g man, n'ine oley oney and Tar cures :coughs an colds q(hisly and is in va yellow package. Accept no substi- tal tutes. Sold by Whitley & Thomas, da Wintat seald and Dodson, a. rom a ;ii·t.:. In Memorlanm. ths On the evening of orward tovember 22, lin the Death Angel entered the home th, °,of o...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
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