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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

CONDITION reti Aff a Pres.ece hm .. Fmovls.or. LATEST BULLETINS , l' Iges IRemai s Stabbsri S Al ElBrts to Get Ilermatlo F- "rom HIm Fals. MlUbr House, Baftalo.-Dr. Mo. my maidL to a Aasoolated Press a erter after the isme of the S aLoeek balltia Moraday afternoo, I e all the iadiatious contdnued to "e had symptom have appeared, " mid he. "e osee ea may ow that I se e- eat ou eat of danger, and atr a week till the possibilty of -amplier.sles may exist AS the end I S a tat time, It all goes well, we amy ...... be able o say that e i oonva hussar. I "But I have known emas," put in r. Mamn, "to go well for ten days mad then ohange for the worse." "That is mtre, perhaps," maid Dr. MeBaray somewbat depreatingly, q "bat it is entirely unusuaL If the pedemt ooatines to improve for a ek,h" ha oo.tiaaed,"we may eaiely e mia he is coavalemont. It will prob- tl ably be three weeks before it will be ii maf to move him. We must wait sn OI the outer wound is healed and a ats .s The Inner wounds t...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

: NARCHIST The President Seriously Wounded at the Buffalo Exposition. HUNDREDS WITNESS THE TRAGEDY TWO PISTOL BULLETS FIRED AT CLOSE RANGE, TAKE EFFECT, " ONE IN BREAST, THE OTHER IN ABDOMEN. LIKE THUNDERCLAI The Assassin Struck as th President Reached to Giras His Hand. - Buffalo, N. Y.-Just a brief twenty foar hours ago, the newspapers of thi oity blazoned forth in all the pomr hf beadline type, "The Proudest Dao he Bu.alo's History. " Priday nigot, in sackcloth and ash of, in sombre type, surrounded b] g.esome borders of black, the sam Iewspapers are telling in funera team to a horrified populace the de pleiable details of "The blackest day Ih the history of Buffalo. " President McKinley the nation's orbi exeoutive and the city's honored uest, lies prostrate, suffering th; pangs inflicted by the bullets of t cowardly assassin while his life hangs h the balance On Delaware avenue at the home of john G. Milburn president of the ha-Amerioan Exposition with tear Sli faces and heart t...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

wn i. 'tI~r· Znstcnd at the R m.ifield P. O. Afc "e~ cla nmail watter. l UKLJ oaI ofd 0ino Pte, Wvn Paddih schol Boudaand of the townof WinRfiePdLo . - - - 13.11. Winnfield, La., Sep. 13, 1901. (rading on the Htamburg. Huston & Southern railr'otd pro gKren-.d niiely for one whole day and then stopped Iwu ause tlhe Iln·t.c.sarv funds were Ilot in eight. The eontract to grade the+ New Orleans' and Northwetteirn rail ra .d frrom Bastrop. La., to El dorado, Ark., has bieen let to T. MA. I)o:ison & Son. Iof .Jone.tHro, ard it is said that work will .e. pushed to rapid compl.tioil. The Winnfield Business League i. composed of nearly all the m.miness men of the town 4~nl has *tarted out in the right way to build up the town by inducing 4rapifarl' come here. Thi', place ihas naturar advantages for umany enterprises and by giving capltali.t solme , olicitation andl as*ist..ee they wiltl Iocate here. Hats times breed candidates galobe and the crop next year promises a considerable inc...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

rr Wife. WTedd fel.F y forSl barminess trip to N " ar,. Mr, Earl E. Kidd spent first of this week at Ruston Oa business, Mr. w. A. Hutto made a trip to Dod(Hlo Tu'slay. Mr. Mec. I )aývis returneud Mon, (lay froam a v i-sit to Arcadia, La. A genesal a.. ortment of Iicycle supplies at W'. . YWillian,'. all. Mi.,s Almna MilIing. from St Maurice. % i.it ,l friuend,. in Winn field thi.- wick. Mr. E. W. Te<lilio, of St. Maurice. m a- ii Winnfield first of this week. Mr J. S. Neloun. re'pre.eting the Rusto. L ,thr, way in town Tuesday. Mr. w. E. Heard took a run up the road and bhack Stunday evenl ing, JUt ne.ccived, a new HK.hºllt'llent shoes in diffe.rent styles and 'es. (al6) W. 0. Williams. Plri.h Surveyor .1, I,. Dark, of lli, was in Winnfiield first of week. Miss Sivilla Gore. of I)od.son. pent Sunday' with her sister. Lula (;ore. in Wiinfield. 4Young Mr. Tugwell. from Rus.-= s, ii iwinnifielid now aud is as g his father, Mr. R. w. tell as agent at the depot. `Mr, J. T. I.ce. of M...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

T' orr*TI1r " 4 rcfncc. V/ardtn. Au1'op0 o&2'1hclioun ou flK f'lrsh;" ctc. fOmp fhb 1, a eest 3cmna 3cw CHAPTEB IL Continued. Sometimes the shadowy something Ulsappeared altogether for a few see ands, to re-appear stealthily creeping glend the walls of the little room. Only Sae thing he could make out from the Vague outline which was all he saw of the figure--the intruder was a woman. e bheard a sound which be took toe he "be dropping of his clo*hes when they bad been ransacked. Then. though he hardly saw it, be felt that the figure Was approaching the bed. He remained motionless, Imitating the breathing of sleep. He felt that a hand was upon thy' bolster, creeping softly toward his bead. Then it was under the bolster, and, finally. It was under his pillow. Be held himself in readiness to seize the hand at the moment when It hould find his watch and his purse. When once the stealthy fingers had tecbhed these articles. however, they were snatched away with so much ra pidity that ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

lake tavelvs. problem. The J uI tM@ g-ag ast a point wher It Is thirty. ag m.les wide, tresta work bealg aa tated for the whole distaaca eAmp two miles acroes the rocky a ary point .The view aorded pagaar over the new route will be avet sad pleturesque. g.emation ai tee dead has been the car Tm i Japn for 1200 years. eaUgtee Leamg reumnd. S.oeotry s becomitn agitated overt the a ms that religion is osing ground. This enlts in countless discanioms until the agi tesa rea its coarse, and still religion soar ba it is only umeless thiap that deterior s TLb est recommendatirn of Reetet t stomSach Blttere. the ga stomach u br , lies in the fact tha it as red ew gu in spite of hundreds of imita emsd in renowned for its care of dyipep I est.mUo. biousess. aervounes and  iY leveer and ague. If. girl dislike a yoang man she steels bhurt, but if she admires him she let. nPorax's F*sZoL5 ris produeso the fast Ss d brightsts co-ol of any known dye Sold by, all drunists. The s ate which produced t...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 13 September 1901

hidts atioan in the world is not Great Brit , not fat little holland, not even Ta ited 8tates. SPbr the greatest average individ sal wealth we must look to the Australian commonwealth. 1 Last year the total value of the roducts of the colonies forming the Sustralian commonwealth amount ed to fully $5i50.,00.000, of which their pastoral industries represented $150,000,000, their agricultural $140,0,000,000 their mineral prod ucts fully $100,000,00t. and their manufacturing and other industries the remainin_ $160,000,'00. The wool alone from the 120,000, 000 sheep raised in 1900 was worth $100,000,000. The mineral resources of Austra lia cannot even be guessed at. In the last 48 years the country has produced gold to the value of $1, 800,000,000. in the last 20 silver to the value of $150,000,000. Diamonds are found in one dis trict, rubies in another. There is at least one emerald mine in New South Wales and opals equal to any in the world are found in Queens land, while the pearl fi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

Tl Leulslana & Arkansas Railroad will run into Winnfield by January 1st, so say the Railroad Officials, The Southern Sentinel. Best AdaerIsing Paper Circiunthn i Winn sharsl . D1)1 V0L rT I.t % 'STS(OF %4)IHLOUISIAA A'I THE DEM C'-l PAR II. n.rIt jfn.ne rp(Lur < Volume VIII. ' . W!NNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. .N , N ALLEN & CURRY, 'anufacturers of and Dealers in VELLO W PINE and CYPRESS LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, AND CLASS. l.,,,.t.X. "', i.;.., ,iding. oloul ling.. (Casitg and Ha-c ,: Sa - r.: . _ .:t'. |'utu y. It l. l, ie.nll , C',unrtr. rxttc Jr anld ll:t 1. c l. Fur, b niehings. ail Ord.c Recrie Pr·r;.t Attentlea..ij ji . d,:-l,, Shreveport, La. W. A. .......... ,I.(I),.. .1. HUTTO & COLWELL, BLACKSMITHS ANx I WHEELWRICHTS, Al work done on short order and in an up-to-date manner. Horseshoeing Speciality, North Street. .. WINNFIELD, LA. AS-iy - "LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY .I .0 AND .0 0 Agricultural and Mechanical College, BATON ROUGe. LA. THOMAS D. ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

FORMATION Was the Direct Case of Presi dent McKInley's Death. AN AUTOPSY HELD No Surgical Operation Could Have Saved the President, is the Verdict of Physicians. Milburn House, Buffalo.--T1" fol lowing report of the autopsy upon the remains of President McKinley was issued at 5 o'clook : "The ballet which struck over the breast bone did not pass through the skin and did little harm. The other ballet passed through both walls of the stomach near its lower border. Both holes were found to be perfeotly closed, but the tissue around each hole had become gangrenous After passing through the stomach the bul let passed into the back walls of the abdomen, hitting and tearing the up. per end of the kidney. This portion of the ballet's track was also pangre moss, the gangrene involving the 7 pancreas. The ballet has not yet been ftund. There was no sign of peaitoni- I tis or disease of other organs. The a heart walls were very thin. There was no evidence of any attempt at re lair on the part ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

THE P. ESIDENT SUCCUMBS President Win. McKinley Dies From Effect of an Assassin's Bullets. HEROIC MEASURES WERE USED PHYSIGIANS ONLY DESIST WHEN THE PATIENT ASKS TO DIE. 1 1/ji ! ?r House, Buftalo, N. Y. McKinley died at $:15 a. aearday. He bad been maoam dae :Wo Friday. His last hoar on earth was spent the wife to whom he devoted a lam d oare. Ha died uneatteaed S Iswr of gospel, bat hi last we as hlmble eb.miosms- to ll t the God i whom be be H- was reoesmlled is the be to owhie sl em mssi's b.l Ja e-im d nim, eed .red im the mme pirit of eadamasm ales whisk ha markd his loss n loe . His lest om vwere, reameed b wri.te by 'ls, who stood at his beid. var s tagues, ware . tel "O*i-b., all; good-bye. It s w. His will be dome. " sad the membem of a h maly wee at the lbu masaru y Wi.al , who amet hiwme of the oppoW Csha ohrj b, aeal mae. oabme also bek Iave d - esema was tsM Msembs amlbe 1s 0 t 1or 0 -' oodb enow ~mi - -.e a mass.. was. te s lme Mm to mdeo - si sat prl a -l with his - ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

D. B. COATES, Pgbher and Busins Manager. EsI.ered at the W'iilutitid P. 0. a. sceond 'la:1, nwil n.:lttier. OFPICIAL Journal of Winn Parish, Winn Parish School Board and of the town of Wianfird. Winnfield, La., Sept. 20, 1901. The rianI ho -fkI i4-: URd %a Y ''Texa'. i- t he 1 -t Statte *it t he :videnStl y that e iite 'r 11a never retsided ii Llii: 1 :ia iiid Ioe%,, iiot St~e t4c. 1We have rereivc' a nieat rata- I lhague fro n, t I w I'(aII(.4-k IIi-h `,Iu; 'I.' iý. a ý Ieu(ii ! hýºc1ia W'ithi over three hnliaivl titudleit. and bive te'acher,. The ,-ata'owgti i- a piece of art awt ,peak, Iutz fo.r the I)eiiazis job) office '% here it era, prlintedl. 'The mierchantt of W ijºflfe;Id udiecrti-.e Ie... tha~n atc ~- t of iiierchaiit.. ill thy e It iionv 1,: tLat the}- art- too, Iw,!, to a - \ertLae. anal it miav he that they are letting Doalsoa, `t. Maurice, 'M nt-rery and TtiIo :,"11 goQ(IS that they -liouldl 11li. The I)eeoiin 'fjiiea and ljIte So uthera1 S&'ntinel are ham i ti at...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

1'AR..A APHS. Mr. W. L." Stinson, of Gans iillk, was in town thlii wieek. Nr. (ao. SI. SKnijst. of ( 'uulfx wag~i inl town al few Iiiultc net ! II I*. Payic. ý _t * * Nir. lR. B. K~ iiid v. of ('Dole Mr. A. S. lPtaT-. ~f FI.t ('reek. Nx ntu'v iii"-t of ihit " k Sot! nd fu!I~i !u d 11II!F(h for sae .1% `1= \. I )\ i.. -1 2t. * * * Sir.: ..u t k fromu . * ** \[.".A. getmra a-tlin t (if~ tuide ofe throuk. :t1 %arcj.i 1Saturuu in t Tuesday. A gtcneral a (i-. utHut of- Iii 11011 upif s ait. ii ltIet~ ~Sua ricr. (aOi I. 4). WliIIaiii, y. * * * Mr. .1. A. 'uetvoi~i.e (If hom 5unda~v. )icu es - Ii(a i) W. Ol. \e'llenu1s mlnýýlýId gay~ e thii t'~flit- auI a lp111t'iaIt~l' . Init. + e #+ C C ii Mr. A. R. M1 I)o mnalb. (If 4 anl- ille, was a Viý-itor" to tow ii tirs-t of he week. ll * * k a s+ (tinei. lShoets a:nl Ladie. 'llinery is kept by ('. II. eewton in the P.t'ttic',e luihling. )fr. I. Portet. of th hs. ieond rd, was in to(\n tirst of the .eek Cotton ginners b.ooks at Mar & Kidds. Ru...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

TIHE LAST HOME COMING Thl Jourrey to Washington-Countless Thousands Viewed the Fuse.dl Train. SCENES EN ROUTE Thousands Gazed With Tear Stained Eyes Upon the Bier of the Martyred President. Washington, D. O.-Through a liv lug lane of bareheaded people stretch ogs from Buffalo up over the Alleghe ales down into the broad valley of the mcluehanna and on to the Marble 7ty on the beanks of the shining Po tomsc, the nation's martyred presi dat Monday made his last journey f the seat of the government over which he presided for four and one Jif years. The whole country seemed b the sides of the track over which ea funeral train passed. The thin ees through the mountains and the opmaely settled districts thickened at AMe little hamlets covered acres in tawns suddenly grown to the propor tions of respectable cities and were 4osgested into vast multitndes in the lgner cities. Work was suspended in tSld and mine and city. The schools wre dismissed, and everywhere ap peared the trappings and t...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

(N ý1 rcYnce vý.a d ý uttio f ihc AoaLxe on 1 !' &raa r;c-cj ItoowdsM U Debut Dasaw mri CHAPTER IV. S spite of his own indignation and Iemorse on hearing Claris make this tearse and cruel speech. Clifford patehed the girl narrowly. and was oseked and surprised to observe that hbfle he and her uncle were at a uyrbt heat of excitement, she showed geuarkable self-cgntroL After a mo meat's silence on her part, she tnter tspted Clifford's protests and excuses rith a UIttle pettish movement of her head. "'Never mind apologizing." said she Wgrtly. "Let us hear what you have s say. Now I know what you meant b your being 'disturbed.'" She cast down her glance upon the aabby carpet of the little sitting eiom, and stood, leaning with one hand mspa the table, her head half turned sway, in the attitude of close atten It was evident that she did not suf i half so keenly as did Clifford. hbase voice was hoarse and tremulous s' bo spoke in answer. "Yes don't suppose, you ca en't sup pgs, that I...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 20 September 1901

U s beasem w th General Funston thus describes the experience he had during the Cuban insurrection with a dynamite gun-the first one he ever fired: "I looked her over and prodded around her for a day or two till I found from the printed directions that came with her wl ich end was the shooting end. I didn't let the Cu bans know that I was scared, but I was. We got into a little nuixop one day, and Garcia sen: for the dyna mite. I waltzed hbr out. kictt the directions in my head as well as I ' i ' I a"EW IT WAS ALL Ria-T." could and loaded her up. W'hen the order came I sighted her and let her go. For a second she seemed to wheeze. 'It's all up,' I thought; the Cubans ran, but I didn't dare to; it w-as only a second and then she coughed, and the air and the Span ish fort were filled with misfit legs and debris, and I knew that it was all right. I turned around and grinned like the cat that swallowed the canary, and no one knew that I had finished making four or five kinds of a fool o...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 September 1901

ill.l Bl~" E tBo4"m Continus in Winnfield, But half the People who want to come can not get a House to go into. SThe Southern Sentinel. Volume VIII. ,*4 .. W!NNFIELD. LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEIR 27, o01. , ALLEN & CURRY, Manuf. ctur-rs of andi t-ale- in YE'LL.OWI PINE and CYPRESS LUMB.lriL SASH, °]GRS, BLINDS, AND CLASS. A, H 1 trtn. ,. n dSic. Sh ·pvc, -rt, ia. B. i ' , '1. "' .i. U [TTO & OOLWELL, MAi wcrk dc.e on short crier and3 in an up-to-313te n anner. Horsesi oeing. AC3 kNorth Street . WINNFIELD, LA.. A[ A .1 _ OUISIANA STATE UN WERSITY +A AND A gricuitura! and Mechankalu1 r;CG!1ege. !. %TON ROt tiE.1 THOMAS D. BOYD, A. M. LL. D. Pi si:crkt. Seusoa o tns Wcdacd. V. S pternFr 18, and c tiner s w's frt y. 4,.- cs .4 Oompleic Lat tt ... : T ^: " t ..ut, 2C c i· 4 , ait : i rtd o ;. : c (FUr . I . "Clai (UL' ý"' 11 !1 I l. .,"._-'u ?! "a 1. _' .n .tn., rioi. SUOMgfK- l : - ' .1:-. t x' 71i1 .-I o;'-r: k:k- h.-;-.. a' l . x Ins'.ruetI,! t i. ..1)i gi. ra",.eri. pracicaI, fitt...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 September 1901

"R EELT IN WHITE HOUSE or New Presiet Foamlly Eatem Upon the Duties of His High Office. LONG WILL RESIGN lead of the Navy Department Will, it is Understood, Resign i. the Next Few Months. Washington. D. O.--After a suspen dao of three days as a mark of respeot wt the dead president, the business of OM governmeat at Washington was tesumed at 9 a m. Saturday. The nian bearing President Roosevelt and the members of the cabinet arrived at the Pennsylvania station at 9:90 *'elook, and Afteen minutes later the president entered the White House maa going at once to the elevator pro seeded to the oeainet room, where President McKinley was won't to do the greater part of his work. When the new chief executive reached the White House he walked briskly to twe big front door which swung wide open to receive him. He spoke pleas -tly as he passed the watchman and Other employes of the mansion and -oaching his odice, was joined almost immediately by Secretary Long, who did not go to Oamton to take...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 September 1901

ma maua-aeemuamsmu-m..--mm mmmamaaag gm. RIVAL OF Wommn of Whom the Empresa V a aEUGENE lous. " Waalamiim minammmmmgmil iiml aWmmmIL it....--------a, In the height of her beauty, power m.s splendor, the life of the Empress Lsgene was not unclouded. Jealousy geed in her bosom and the women who caused this most distressing of all maationsweretke Countess de Castig lAme and Celeste Mogador, otherwise bkown as the Countess de Chabrillan. With the fall of French royalty these re beautiful ano talented women ere destined to become pathetic fig me in the drama of life. The empress kI an exile in Eng'and, old, sad and a -spendent upon Englih royalty. The -ountess de Chabrillan is an applicant b the French government, for a pen sale, and two years ago the Countess Is Castigloine died a recluse. As the years passed since royalty was dethroned in France an occasional heantion has kept the Empress Eugenie is the public mind, but until the Coun m Chabrillan recently made applica bas for a pensio...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 September 1901

The Sousdten Scn L PrDLISBHD EERY FRIDAY MOL.'qT!O. D. iB. COATES, Pubisher and Bjnrres Ma-3~'r. Ir:It v refi ut tiº, 1ý"11 nlýý *I% Sq't (i:,l ý ':º ºu:,il urºttl T. OFFICIALJournal of Win'. Parish, Winn Parish Schoo! Boa:d at.i of the town of R' u~ri~r!J. IUI'n.. \w~ - - - ý1 .iw. Winnfield, La., Sept. 24, S,,1. 1114 Sil'IiI.! :\ 1 I1. t i'\' II ' l filoth Iciif:1.'ý"1 *f >:t!,t:2 .ýa : !:~It ut.. ' Iu11,' t.i ,i \\fitui t Ir' 1,:1!1 l~\:l ' l ;\: ;t o ll l: 1'\Ilt`,1 t. t t X1'1. :l '!1u1 f:1'll l;\'?.~ I '!ý"ý.:t ý lh il,'' S C i."ttA if :.lirll t r i the1( t~i ,t· tc P-ý d.2lt' vial c i'.c. i'f t~ t l. ;t' \.il*t i' 1t~ t. A. hI(,din fa~to iv itl \ itnI(: i-li101 o ld 1Ia(I(" t(1 JpIV I~ti I ý ut 11( e i (' ii tv c 1, B2U4ro 11,! (('ttl( lI! .1,1.1(i 4( r( :I t ip 4i4;/t 2( , :1!ir.! it f(!! lilaki('t. ( ;0(xnt , WI t11 (1 '(xx.1 ý(it ;. i 'i ( jh (hhI . lfruit t(11of t(4!bIt-i per a"re". worth froti1. $;o~ t(4 .4)'. 11( 1 4' ."4d is r(((>(1 feeod for e"attle. anal lnllt,...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 September 1901

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