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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 February 1910

of~n an (I spa rt yart a~~~~~aI isif".li.C to ieosg;and''au country 'Div of".y.d a( `.ls : Ove i the :,.Measure Uirged `by. -- heart " President f . hat o _trats mon p MIDDLE WEST OPPOSED TO IT he col that s The presidential Possibilities : for. 1912 inclin Already . Being Considered in that i Washington-DemocratS Favor the n Gov. Harmon of Ohio. his ci ocrati Washington.--When President Taft elimir was in the northwest he made a plea west _ or the passage of a ship subsidy law who at this winter's session of conzress. ticket ft seeinms to be assured that the sen- can p ate will sanction the legislation which state. the piresident has asked, but there is is re] still' strong doubt whether the house nor 1 will agree to put the measure through. fact Among the representatives the sen-. frienu tiinent for and against ship subsidy the f seems to be about equally divided. If Ohio anything relating to ships can be said seem ..tohlave hard sledding, the measure nor S which would grant the s...

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 February 1910

:. n~ o Winnie " 5 e} 1 P t - ~ ý~$6OrUOtt4Jtwfl ,of Wiun c'tb "on '`"mDema~at1O " . ai Fbuay t1910. A f ALDERMAN . P, ICKERS N A "1d o, h action of the Demo-0 be held Febru~ry 8;1910. e 31' t4 jb i to cunoe*; S U0YJILzItlannounce 0.i o AO.':Al4 tan-of3ý.Wig.'tiownof - t the action ofthe:.Demo aim ,' of the* fbe.T~Wn fl0 th on of-the.:Demon b44held Pabruarty8th, 1910. 1 e c Sn~of theb* ot ermanfth :TI~f~twlt _. fi-l: ni~ / a a dt4ofelfl-armO- I 'thJe 'yPama-< - R ` "fr r ` ' _ 4js - o.' -ý - k~' i T~ownlHal,$1db 1, ')1: q r :.ý r~r "{:yriý\i`.".. a,.1 .__z ;,ý :; :::'.: - . a-r Y ; :. . ., r . he Town tCotncil maret . n the date ,with.the :follwing ', t fibers: p esent: °Mayor W. . bOpper, `aldermen B:. L 'Anderson, ° : ' " li E iott ;S J;Harper, "G. . ..L Otbg.:and `J. H:. Mathews.: h' 1he minutes of the last: meeting . - U'·.. .· -I ere: read '.aid adopted. ,8srs. Grisham and Brown ap pea~rdbefore the council and stated that their company, 'the ' :Louisiana Cresoting Co., conte...

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 February 1910

dý ý t! 44 t ya/ . } 1 ± .ý.s-.. It :. 7 :.2 ..ITlFif i [ i. 1f1 : W in f i ld L a.:T..I L 1d. L I " 1*1 4 yJ F, r, ,. . r - ' RI \ * .·:.i ~ ody eray7th,ý toý Februar 20t _-_ . ..I . - 7 t u OR oSIX MONTHS we have been preparing for this sale. The fruits . o ou labors are spread out FU ebeforie yoU here o~n -t~his. patge.Thslist- is mer9 partial. Prices a;'e from 15 to 35 per cent lower than the currenit quotationsnpf every other store in Winnfield. This iS a [aot-We `t' ;° ` ,know, for w~e have investigated. Yet, it is not strange, It would, be straige, howev~er, if uin Gibson, with our tremendous buying power and_ enormous outlet, could not ;ell for ls. A point u The erchandise is ThoroughlY- .lviab le: The reductions in which lwe wisha-· to.-pace emph~ Pbasis; is,~heror priesw~re' notbroughtabout rby correSponding reductions in qualities. Every, article is full siued. When.. s. 'e say all linen, you 1"·t assured the ticle is all linen, and , o on throughout the sale. x4 ., p el ...

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 February 1910

~~~~;i~ i~r..- ··:.~· e j t3 w 2- r a "" t !"-'I" {(T J n7.' :s n i r, 29r : Y 77,·; $ ublic men o :the nation r -little, if any ibehnd tohe oe ii 1 4m r an. buasinehs'L tan': `i tl tent ton i whicthic ey are ? ap sav iini te and; latbor- by-mes otý ze hancaf aids and office appli" iS~es~Thu t3 endency to economize - Se t e nznutea v2~ans muscleh1 is manifest to a35i n nancontantly intreatat ,; n .:amongem enegaged in po titca irofeegdonal and even artistic p ivoaioi` that are not com 'r4 lonllyk~ sppod oquickenri the quest ; timunim efficiency, with. mini kin w m aste :as does the fierce com , ? ifon b-a modern" industrial, com= ernil and`meranltile life, Under ,the Few Gorder: of things however, the i'titor to tbeofficeRor -study of the A . ogie ` states man lawyer, S)reacher , ,musician, artist, lecturer, t --r 7 librar ian O: educator may Y y·:1:rr: J:4I. ., "o +' kwoe4.grSi:; Y\ZyT t! p fctfz ~T 'l . e4~~1i.i ,oja~ J' ii: · i' (v government :,; "business. The nation's officials...

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 February 1910

ý f 4 TT {ENL hInT J f ý r C y L a LNi1 oLruL 4i Literary Press.);: . Newi hb sat on a rotting Yog and uSrprsea o or .stared bidndly at the sunlight that sift; done?" she ed'iown through the centiutry-old trees '"Robbed that stood around. Diana lay on the father most fragrant pine needles at his feet. Her not fipnd hit scarlet lips were parted and her' blue was young i eyes cloudless: She was' slender and got that 'sel very young. One would have said that lowed him. she was utterly content. "Well" Newcomb was not. Hlie frowned and "Then .f dug his beel viciously into the ground one thing. He wanted to say something and did They grew not find it easy. Manlike, he grew t.ives on m angry at this. and, tracin "Diana!" he burst out at last "Do They are ce you know what month this is?" day, too Ik The girl smiled faintly. '.Of course, they are t silly!"' she answered. "It's August. this upon You can tell it by the droning of the gasp. bees and the chirping of the beetles. But the i Look a...

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

.11: ~ 6 A~h~bgest soe nanufacturer of Boston was a shoemaker at ~ b~h~ i ~Gldeh" Colorado less than forty years ago. He ~4V~'~h litle eet- ieces be got for patcIhing shoes and ~ ~ttI~pr in hl~u Hehas spent milliojis of :dollars just for ~t millions 'today.. k~ ~e Wll~py yu 4per ednt interet on the money .you putt in ~oub*~~nth&inedriest every six months: ~NN ARIH BANK ~ ~WNNF1LDLOUISIANA :P4rde . cGIN C:ashie.+c '' ; ;-" r r: -= b tggest`-hoe ufannacture o Boston was a-shoemaker at' = r= ch, n; Glc en Cloradoless thn fort' years -,ago He ' J li`litle '' nt 'piees e.:got for p -patchiing shoes and `: t n ` n $".:hs pent:t miions: of .dollars~ just for KO anri wrt` illions tfoday·. ., ' . *sY>,lipda: yon4 ;per-.cent interest on the money ~you put. in ur bu ' nd er nteest ev~e~ery ixJ months:lr . CyC J~f; R , F idenir` MaGIN : Cashier 44ocal: andPesonal: Y v~~-~-;:=---- -:;-:_c y s' of; Faii m annab, is *t' -9gerja Store 24 ois iqade a ;business tide feed °stuff. -Wood le dria,...

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 February 1910

4.· 'rh ·i " ~ -1 ... A"1 S-drt:semensinth peaper v . "- - ~ ~ "7!' r},[r: il~-;i ' ,~ t 'Na ^!ýj d - _r ý , >.:"wI sY s c o ý : ý ' , ,T . ý, y . " ",r , ; , 1` .1 ,``jrn k y , µ ' ; `i ! .ý .ý , i u , S f y v-st7l:I: t All N h ;1 T, R!Ya~r a. -/ r,ýe Yaý 1,, a.sY -fr",·" . ýt 'lt.t '' ill-1 ,Jt1 I ( ' f ý.. of ia Vlý ý;.,.fj. he Twn , O l~uraa'. o +ýý t ars f I .":b:~-i·EMT, RPM;-i~z sY~rx Y'OUýS f Fýý ,I,. ýýiý} 'ý1wr' ~y{ý+ý?p'1{ti }ýý§ f i "ypt- tý' 't ý ;4+IQlit" ý`ý 1,1r4JV ý'1 ý ,, r,ýf'1.: rr 1t J -, ,ý tE ý!t tý ý 4 n . } " "z 1 i. ý; '; ý. 1 , . 1, ' . ..-:< j r' ". y ,4,` .5 "U l ti i lýý `! ý' ' ' l t { "t^l-' SS ,r ft 'ý . r _ i t ,t ý " ,. . i . .._ , _ t ý r ý ý ý S ' ý 'ý ý r r I ý ý : ý _' TI~A :Ir~4:4s. 4ý tg ý !. .. -. ~· The primary fol city officers was elec ,held last Tuesday and the candidates cou ohosen without a second primary be ing necessary. TI re able feeping e as, the day wore ! - :was in a rather friiidl s' no personalities were indulged. The of...

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 February 1910

rer -,. :.:;* acenw cores ;Ton ofWinnfield l fearish ofiWinn 0B' W CO. ooPER SJ..PAYNE iW BOYfTT, Jr., C. Hi .LLIOTT SAM.ES M. HYDE CFAS L. JONES SHJOhNIi. MATHEWs r 4?UTURE 3 '.XWIN FIED. fte- thti business depression Sai'b tlie panic the light seems h _t reakt once more, andl prosperity A opr;be5our town again. It is " tu : o put our ,shoulders to m e ieeand help. The.organiz I h }fit' the a bmmercial .'Club by in ur eter prising business, men was at Siiial itep i-tihe direction of er .: ;method of advertising our to sand inviting .outside bo sri 'to come and heli us in 'W9~pi~ 4the m. W attea:ortates is in a u air fe y f:ly being justed. We are. S tostanolnflithe same footing rthbrevepor It Rpiton and Mon be aro a- th taid of the Interstatem m erce eCommittee will be in to.. bring the ra ilr to oa is oncesiou granted ~ldvilybeconise a distribut t randjdbbing houises will a _ `valuable tieS l~WQ area.yindicated:d i tocate hereas soon as ui refa~sused. A:' h'ard-4 t4 l ii~d a U00....

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 February 1910

i.,irmers O"e arish o afu Win, th fo sawei this year, the sevi ces5 otf i thor- Nicholls. ougily practical fairmer and stoolko the -onv raiser, as ,. demonstrator. This ofthe m service will cost the parish $900 .Promy and the government $300." aisemb A most aurgent invitation -is pressed upon every farmer in the whiclh . parish who has s any desire to eatables improve his ..condition by the TThe application of 3well .known and princips tried out methods of farming and At 7:e stock raising to -attend this meet- thet goo ing and urge upon the Police Jury A 0 epol the imperative necessity of making singing this smal applropriation. The time: be:nefits wvill. flow directly to the wiypres farmers and incidentally to others. Bethlel Under this programmue some 50 one w - npitcation o farms will be Gadisvi etieablished in different sections 3ible, of the parisli and-cultivatad under The :goernmental direction and super- the lea vision. Il addition to this,. as Lea: many as can .beinduced to...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 February 1910

.. n .N A. .Oi A - B.: :·o. I, ,ow m. One's PPTATION to circumstances in any emergencyis one of the greatest forces which a man can command. In its true sense this adaptability is a lever which may move worlds; misinter preted and misunderstood, however, it becomes a slothful first aid to failure and abides with it as a last companion to the id 1distressing end. ..Every one recognizes this man who accepts the false idea f of adaptability. As a boy he was recognized by his playmates as always unperturbed. "0, I don't care,",was his set speec of dismissal of disappointment and difficultiese As a man i. became envied of a certain class of men because he always took things easy. "What's the use?" became his set figure of speech. In this one may see an adaptation to circumstances that is universal r in -every application to life. It is absolute and unquestioned in its force and effect. War -illustrates this application of adaptability. It requires more wisdom, knowledge and foresight in ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 February 1910

fals shttof his pu e T re cas are thome (people)win rseeminglyc t thin that the- farms oug ht to rf ha produce enough to p l hittself trey eryand .family eriving as hol " strive raise 1t desirake afist-cl have an ovi odution his for the thofails to o idle, lhtzy u c lass that never w ued aingy get t wehink th in their lives- oht, to, if yhe think.this way it is yiý r privilege, YoU t but I cannot see the 1'nt. Where you $ is the justice? I wou 4 say to the Now farmer, produce more than you can and consume if you can self it for what Engh it is worth. No Mr. Farmer, listen at the good get advice-that some of the city folks syste are continually "dishing out." justly Stay on the farm, and work like self a the "devil" they'll tell you. "Do ifowe not come to the city," they'll howl. That looks fine; doesn't it.f Say, Mr. Farmer, why don't you give them some advice? Wake up. Of S, course they don't want you to come sa s to-thelcity. The place for you, cured Mr. Farmer, is way out in. t...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 February 1910

7 - ;'ý ý., :: ::' ''' ý i ý· T " : 4i a - ' .` "ti - .;".. S*-. - -: rentN 69 as afe da r.. e~r The yomý fpsale ti U `s~~ to 0 . t . Yt p i l e <1 ;.. x I _ : :. WiNN; PARISH Obua WNIL LOU l: : yIS oIANAejT -a acl , h u.-pKlS O rOs Tý at ;' a~ 's ie o `c., a I r ý sal y w o ,,: . . . {r ouabo nou feyalt o PARISH , LOUISIANAi ._' WI1NIE " .-F'. N'" '::. ..11 ~tI B ~ rsers oca p at. F ' fo aindof groceries TI nB d f mil atte nr thOlf` Y t !??. uG--nt · a . Y n tie hitv ;a eWOfrleans. : - l .; , . ".";' den ~ er many friends ~are ~rejoipce~a rove in rthe eatý M = W-= hef ai'tbmpieke sauPhi toie shon g' ° ho a· par -of the ''best and for soeesin twn at t r'At~huri tiekerson s h ono e to. - hen tso jdei1t s sister, t *'a ?4lke : ver 4; - ` oil fqr o pIer gallon ' r Phonte Gl ross left Saturday for vM ta visit hrson flwo Mr 008 +a ~-~k ·e: ` d ual r . 41 ;· h hail a mne end r"! .'t: I R r4v 3 ~4 ý The Dick rlois an exclusive shoe tdor- ionsiandle anything else and I can give the best ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 February 1910

 , - ii:, , ZVý ý ty re rhxmkeF4Ial,: ý'r Y `h n"'ýN Ye v .ý ,  ij~ i'  '  i·ii p i ' . :  :·-... . .,-: • . ; , oh.Prho6 iiBi. i.' o fdvertisements in this paper .IWN D LOISIA IDFERUARY,-9 alway0 iv the be 4l :': ,Parish of Win. .Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. !i"j;i~j~~:ffi ia , o-ur " . al o: t- h - :; VOL. -. X. , ,-,:,.o., - O I A F DE,.8 9 ,,,.·,OLI XIX.. -:..,..~LD LO.:..,N i~ FRD P ..BU R ,.. " ' ýý ýý a m~ n·% LB TH LlbFI COLONEL WM. WALKER'S SWORD Daughters of Confederacy Receive Sword of Gallant Soldier for whom Chapter is Named--Will Arrange for Appropriate Presentation. ; i 4 Wm, Walker Chapter U. PD. . met ri in regular session oni Wednesday, C February 16, at the residence of Mrs. d S' 8., .S.;Godfrey with a splendid at . tendance. ' a ; Meeting was. called to order by the t Y president, the ritual read and Lord's , Prayer repeated in concert, after e whichi the Chapter was opened for business.: S'Minutes of last meeting read and .e adolpted. 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. — 18 February 1910

:2 I"&. " J i"W . so o ITTr. "ii::."B " -60 -cents Ad dirince. VgI gYLIB & .CO., Pis. eý W BiYlIE.. - EnDITOR. , ia urnal of Town of Winnield S ficial Jourinal of the Parish of Winn t -i:-!po ( AYOi. . At W . . COOPER fOMARSHAL J. J..PAYNE PR ALDERMEN SW. BOYETT, Jr., CH. ELLIOTT JAMES M. HYDE CHAS. L. JONES IJOHN H. MATHEWS :JOHN H. MATH!1WS been b TURN ON THE LIGHT. Congr. - been o i .It',s no use to talk astronomy to as foll  an who believes the world is 'tTh fiat until youcan clear his mind of ilII( St iecloud of prejudice that obscures iother light of reason. And the same is not Sapplication can be made to the Secs farmer t who thinks that the limit whollh S -agricultural'possibilities' were tribut ched by the fiathers who ewed less a t tlement out of the wilderness. if ro0 i;fariers occupy the iame 4ap .la of intellectual- development aise fellows who still believe the S~' hdt: o 6befiast. They believe this, other ieciuseu 'the sun and other planets whicl -1ito ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 February 1910

,· .. nt.tepn , .K1 , E are now ready to serve you wi ag you may want in the Latest of Styles for Spring.ummer not hesitate to say that we ha.e the lati est atnd most complge lie stock early and ouer oods that we have ever shown. We invite yc ipction. e ogh r stock early and bought wh goods were cheap, and will continue to set ae sameprices. 'j · vl~l ·· ~LVU) Uy " - goods were cheap, anu will %o"'%."' , o .U2s Receied a dolid Shipment S. adie, hitc. Shirt Wists in the L'ate Sleeves, that we have deidd to el from { ( o TO - .7' 203 t af,. .--·1~~;I .,. " [] " ! , A omano sGreatest Charm S'S not lier f~eei, rs her.,,gute. W t is m.ere plteasino g to te yt s ehune fte present o se- before havam e " iFasshiOnl called for more beautiful i re i . fi ,d Henderson C, Yh , i s i t re th symmcr etrical coIou that lrioiwill ibe you accurately and wil i ak~ yo st libsbo ld wea~ ~ efig t fitd ,fl( rSOfl Co rnet , `'t. T i 8s the cor~et that m uany ' housands 6f stylish women are w a i g w...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 February 1910

!t of F~ir-nunt S parislowns a t 4ism4e:otu." ':elO, l1ain`;ft this ` E a^':7 rear; of. Fairnocn rant; parish, . owns river biottomsl5, whieh te ultivatiti 60 .ears or `: e p1i t 41) :tcres in cot i ch ad.been in cotton the ~erbfore. -The land was broken iW ,February 3 to 4 inches ' bnd'ebrolke about March 1st Sl4an t ý la,'Plnted with Situp ; Jd ol ~roiic, April 10th, in rows S ýt4 et.:ýwi*te.N4,o fertilizer was and the stand, which was o was cut to 18 and 20 inches, - aftbarring off with 4 furrows. Theyoung 'ctton was dirted with swee and middles plowed out. T Iweer. was run around the otso n again, and the middles `i d out this time with turn p'r the sweep Was'. used then I :week or ten days to the last f ly, with brush tied to single .tree to knock off punctured squares. STIh result was 800 pounds of seed i tion per acre, or 21 bales of a sitp ove 500 pounds per bale. 48 =tghre Mr. B.'s e pense and et is as follows: B &,*Ing Land twice at $4 per acr......... t.$160 00 ",Hs ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 February 1910

...... .... . r I" ....... . __ , , :- . .. - [] ·l I I I! - - H I -l S.' , {s teld, ýY Court and Abel Streets - W fe L nitý `1 ' ý IL 'ý 1 r' j~ ~~~~~~:08 8 More Seln9 as-erur 0ht 8h t"" "A" It I 7 :: .1 · : ·s• ·· ..· ~ c' . cLCb . "-aaa~ ,1  ' 'ir "20 ' 2 "' 'l o1re Se inl ays-, buaryi .01 . . , ... ý .-. I -ý. . .---,. + . _ Listen! .EASTER COMES ON ARH27, • •·,' •es e l this year--the earliest in sixteen years,, and ~to n .t ou.friends and customers we have extended our GREAT WHITE SALE , Eight More Selling D2ays-tFebruary 2 to 28th. , ",LET NOT KEE YO AWAY "V . You will find many things at our store that yo will need. We have made great preparations for ""Yowilfnmaytigatour store that youwle : !:::; our EASTER SHOPPING Won't you come and see? . " Waists - c Mhslin Gowns, lace yoke 25 Gorset Codver In the newest styles" bothplain and0 two sape neckite Salece5c centMCorst Covers, splen didgrado 98 Dr awer cenr t l o b clotnd, grae p t be ading 1.25 Muslin skirts with wide ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 February 1910

. . , .4 . , . . o 'LAST i t q. T{IN, O, ANYp grMR J N or NrtnA ALUALSAW~ESr a- _ You want YOUR VALUABLES to be safe too. Then come rent a safe deposit vault. It will be the cheapest insurance you cn get1 and will insure you not only against burglars but also against fire. We shall gladly show you our safety vaults if you will call: For $1and up we will rent you a box in our safety vaults for a whole year. Then your valuables will be safe. WINN. PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA TL ROGERS, President C. MCGINTY, Cashier. Loca1 and Personal h iis! Pora "Sowers is visiting friends vElie Fisher, is ,visiting her ;17 i i tr a Clarence. Sfrs class yellow chops at Boyett's S:<..1: a-sack Phone 83. y At its 'a visitor M ;NcC in y of _Wyatt;_was vito e Supda· tifriends Spen c.' er made a business trip r; Beg'.cooking oil for 906' per gallon Boytt's Grocery Store. Phone 83. horty" .Sompayiao, of Clarence, unday visitor to our city. '"' N+E4Branch nmade a business trip kthe tof the week,. t...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 February 1910

- 4, 4 ~ .4~,* P, '4 - - t-ýg-'-- ____________a t Y ýTMTAdvertse etpa r 4~~rl?"i :-~" V0 1d,=::PT" ' -.- alw ays ive the best res t for Go~Ime'ia`Work - ~ i~j iJ J ______ SO ii of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winfield. Offic i a.. . .. .a " -"2 .. WINNFIELD; LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, -FEBRUA 25, 1410. 4 SVOL. XIX. I~TIUF PFCINfFS FROM COLEEHL EW INDUSTRIE~RE IN SIGHT D T hie Forces that Move the Wheels of Industry are I Shaking off the Lethargy Produced by the Panic , and the Hum of, Machinery will Soon be Heard Again in Our Midst. ¶I:" uii COMRADE this week brings 7 ai-::1ly to its readers the message that Wil Y i.: end of industrial apathy is in tw .ai"t The agencies that will bring h o'' wo k for idle hands and business to hex ou: t commercial interests have S::awrkened and the lethargy that has an S rde4 over our town for- the past ce Sw yeaTrs has been dispelled and the an era of prosperity, nipped by the cold an t off the financial panic, has t ret ned and ou...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 February 1910

r.o a r M ~iPROflT1ON BAES v - ab' 6o ents A4auce. SMYLIE & CO., PUis. L MLi'ly. - . . EDITOR.o i ournal of Town of Winnfield SOfifcia[Journal of the Parish of Winn .RMAYOR: W: . : . COOPER OR MAR8HAL: J. J. PAYNE ALDERMEN: .J. W. BOYETT, Jr., C. H. ELLIOTT JAMES M.' HYDE CHAS. L. JONES '' JOHN H. MATHEWS 'THE REQUEST DENIED. At'the special session of the police :jury called last Saturday : coinsider the proposition to give a:dto the farm demonstration iwoirk tow being carried on by U. BS.government experts, the police t:rook little time to turn 'Ctheproposition down. It is true, :timedin: was limited and few e':atiJ.ha& Ibeen able to consider after and come to the meet fi bt inl the police jury ed togive the matter the con I iaon :iits importance was ih!ere :are, many salient points, taio ine : th'elipropositiosn, that e ,notbeenz touched upon, and air' : teatment could never be t n thifew minutes given to f sideration. benefits to the hill farmers in lableaniso far rea...

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