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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 February 1902

P'BURLUD UVlY FrIDAY MOUWSe. D. B. COATES. ED. AND fir. CLAY RISER'. PBLIBHZK. Enterdl at ib Wainnfield P."O. as iwcond cla.i iiia l nkttfr. OFFICIAL Journal cid Wh Parh, W n ParUh schoci Board and of tLe Wwn of Winalicid. ScI1MCRIl'T1ON - - - $1.00. Winnfielcd La. Feb. 28, 1902. Our CIa'bMng kylc-. The Soutihern R. 1211L. ! r~i *cur.. :d TI~i arim: PrI.00 Tcx.& Farti & IL. n:. . 1. 4 &oitLei 1 I}rn,- Lie fiMI s +ta.t. hr;RT*..: t'\i 1 o 1. 3 :i }.. CI.. ..r; ·e:~ b ri - "_C! lu 'v i 2f0r.lnd.pr ta lIll-ln·+)·ap rDl n"i EDITORIAL OIRSFIRVATIO . '[1w Svauatt I- :1ho&;' resaile 0. K. Undi'· ? iw's Iurc:2ai u 'ýbe Danih Ubdand gold brick. - Iatt t is a sayings han! St at, bhea~quartt rr at CIc.ru WI onder bow much :o1J ham i it.? r b.siUhsu bays be is IL? ;. adrtimd madd in Congres whet ko neither pays mor as ' h Mr. adioiim jiu~i~ p sdtob..imod. yr byhM .~~ ~fl. b~agdomei draw ` , 114 aegh the U. '. F ioii .look lke a re ~:ri~ ~ elI- i n 'pa' th~ ;s . , _ q she fourth-...

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. — 28 February 1902

" "* ", t " "c PP _ A. P. Caflma, of the second p M s visitor to town Mon me for bargains. . N. L. Hudeon. and Mrs. McN. Davis were relatives at Arcadia this i. Haigler, of Wyatt, was a on Tuesday's noon your money from burg deaposting in the Bank of L E Drweet, of the sixth .,as is own on business 3! i"d of Gun or Pistol yop ea ordered by W. 0. fT. of Dodson, spent asturday in towa on VPim iesh been quite btys, t is con ekwd for room and will botoI- p-ies for the 11. L. Hudson. Mos as bees several days, but is of Roston, was '-f 'the week looking bsolutely safe .l the Bank of W. .Dursa of Mt. **-- i *.g his . s'.ra, GeeCe. was in town s kind of gum sr~'a p J. A. Boyett, of Sills, was is town Saturday. Justice J. J. Martin, of ward three, was in town Saturday. * * W. N. Dunn, of second waid, had us to order Farm and Ranch sent to his address. I have more goods than I have room for and ms.t sell them. If you want to save money now IN your chance. N. L. Hud~on. f28. Jeff Chancelor and...

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. — 28 February 1902

5m, Ueeý1 i -Anr reeas f L) Eeeab * a Oelowd Lptct n tamedite an i S. land Mates 6, mat a AaLaUu 4, -, wflia A. MusY, ouf RioS teaiat whoa stae ofto Lolm,ý ha. this dy be tite peahin of e . of- atml-e of Seoie N..! iT~selp No.fA. Ran N.i. lv La. se. and wI s .er - to how that the load msHt toe, vabhi Sk o, Its tmbar or ion. Shng be imltsrIIom tand to .etabllbe Jie eleim ~ br ~~ the RegIbr and IIxcdre, of this cede at New Orlem, La., 0. Monday. ,te TO day of April, ML Hemaie a. witteseee: Natnha D. Morris of Zion. Li. sIlls P. Uhaer J. W. Lee,'y u Amy and eM ~pmamo Claiming ladvreely the abb'omcrba lnd axe request~ed to LI. thai enish In ihis as.. on or before aid 7t WALTrP LO. ()E3N. isgtr. CONTeT NOTICE. Uasttat OSals Laud OSt... Natobhtocbem, IA. s.2.}I A wslmt colrsa adra it hartasb.. .ied tlo o. ýa si. Walker OM Pelr sS NoM.ket .omaa. Ni I'M. u2 d s wlU5SUSS 1. TowashI1 um 1w b,3!mr7 A. K ily OOataes Swrhah si teat saw eatryma. har wbuit aims tar tw s than f - mu d has rot empti...

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. — 7 March 1902

-3J SOUTHERN SENTINEL. QMatia I U .lu Pri DEVOTED TO TI NTERBSTS OP NORT OISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Suhscrtrul n . n. sh in 4Jvace .. WINNFIELD, LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902. .\umber 51. SPLE WHO TRADE.. with us go away sat New Goods isfied with treatment, .:-;~ Prices and Quality. Atrriving They always come back again. Slyl We have the corn pletest line of General ndise in town and sell :ti, ght Prices. cgtar rA Full Llne of GOODS O(ROCERIES, HARDWARE, NCI IMPLE;MENTS, HATS, SHOES, . .oA.. R CLOTHING, SADDLES, . ,etc. :,J ,* + SW- E .STRIVE TO PLEASE. ERS- & WALLACE, ,Winnfield, La. Alarbie Works. iWON= " f -. Pilo Ca Work. tr N1 La. s* E.*J,,.oaum. q;A, . .i 4 i1p To Teachers. I have'been requested to call your attention to Section 138 of the Public 8chool laws. It is as follows: "In addition to the branches in which instruction is now given in the public echoola, instruction shallalso be given · to the na toe of alchobolic driakb4 ad sad special idetrte .to mer Sects up.o...

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. — 7 March 1902

- -W VILIT Bloso ·83 . OOATZKSý.. Emu Per, (L&Y 318K, ?usuzaum mterwed at the Wianfeld P. O. as mouod class mail matter. OwrALjo.. ud Vi Plash, V pw &bI Dm4, t~d as Irwm o Wed. U. Mir 7mi 9 awrr - rLI 11 TAMUS. %aasaimana r-rn Senator MCtaiw mo w kmow tb t lib&. S enQous tOCsI &se stw'ua ra 5u, eve. of the lber of r ae. EwYisýd *tet amd' 6 MOMM9 some hue.:"rlr I Mb0 0 t( rv.'s. n he P iVU· `.._ ý . h q tat a g~ ~i b4Wu~rl 1Lr 0r i~lFi~g ~ glissbr r _ was ilt ]t.oLI hr .w Tst' - ,. I bei Isau ~L T~rt rr91 *L· tl.Ll ".,.r, r - ww,. _ ýý S ý"' _ wup t - from the li of guet to the Prince Henry dinner for .doing precisely what he would have done under the same circumsta~ces. The most unpleasant part of the Miss Stone episode will be when she takes the lecture plat form to talk about her kidnap ping, captivity and release, at so many plunks a talk. Senator Beveridge talks as though bo were inclined to join the Babcock tariff reformers. He calls the opposition to changes in...

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. — 7 March 1902

~t - - !.ýitr mod t ; w e. a =u rL Wim tnaI Lretmwi ,Ir. WOMB .t w n udnrstin rasp!! to be O eMd at $ s a o ea;n. of l*CS. -t acte of maodme$ Itmom *4t Amaboom iduktrins had L 4vI Mae es the Ions iArprew ahesds &e iow ot iboft mu omointI'mustduttad Ia r Ube wee t $ aai.at Mila bvvr fsaQ Atmrca bed biub toI .u wot at the wtlrI.i Thej -lsa wiietbe ciaming The' ~ll par. mtrahp the. piiedgo wi teitr tanvaam The Ras 0edIy famed mad a&', AU ArdaSUt iW epnell d to eqb. ad Aeitre Its trad"e i~t 35t ·Wad. not teOfulrr the I I3g U bae itwith K en terms ad app an oeeerest I will not, e lt wtiaIq. brat ewe or z we t rmlhWie.. an emuihiata Kim M i *me i bl< "41e* - t AIl~laugb we l mrvw~r4 - -e w end - heu weu II *iOqls b .sjiiy. of the idkhaw - the war hmds a W Somth·kbinn Sum an~·d no bond of tiii' -*'hoir t" ! I-is sitt't~sasa f . is ts rar liar Shell 3·11 ta li P40 Si bed 0? wttbh ttýi tsttie~sts Of tootr, itt un.._t.">. m-;r *,ricty " i ts g t, ttre t f tiI.'. , a . . 1 a, 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. — 7 March 1902

ii ý W.." li ..fe..t x- m a a at - - d - . r..+ x. f . w x.. thi w 4 a~I b - Mm UOw am *..i Sm Imami to wt"o Iwo6D tbu us uItmmin, is. 3 -a : wilbaf WhAmw L.-~x 4" k~~'iniirC~·4-~ mivnmi th ·r kinds -. wmqm asi in. Sm Ics - mbeln mli7t oourom IInc.3. uwclrrms Ian Olk live ýsoý I. C~r~krura" sawym en b" bm~ awe tA Eal. Oam ms. Ir- - am.ha - w~ tw U wuid r Pý jj Y . ia m mb morow ha~ru ICY er IL ULIP ~r B·,, .ý ¶1ý U- a w1. Y Comm gE& ra " `;' ~r ru r = A .~ . tý 't ..ý: " ý3'+ 1 44ýi,, " _ .. { I PRACMCALLY STrAuviu. "'After using a few bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received perfect and permanent relief from a severe and chronic case of stomach trouble," says .J. R. Holly, real estate, insuran'v and loan agent, of Macomb, Ill. iBefore using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an ordi nary meal without intense suffer ing. She i now entirely cured. Several physicians and many rem edies had failed to give relief. You don't have to diet. Eat any good food you want, but d...

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 March 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. A.A Fie th.i. . P .~ w c C:rzO la:tl ng i "inn Parish .I)EVOIE TO T E i. TEI.-.ST OF S NOPIT 1.Ot IS IA iA A \ ) THE DEic ! , *l u k ' u! cr L:ion Rr. oume X. WINNIELD, LA., FRIDAY. AL'A'RC'.. ". O:. IS F JiO LAft W AS. portast N. ia - itrrms Told In Short Paragraphs Taken -t Frc.: The WiWres and Put SC;nv ..ient Shape for !.ý' Reader-. he Pan:.;;; ; !n . ied ?by d. -. n iý i t v. nen. bet ; ' t7 :tir (U tin. break in t,. ;I'\c, at I.vtur-I e, ('on,-r, l pari-il. i- ibre 8les widte and t ' out'llll|' i -' n the 11i~i.-ippi atdl '" k ern is o ertinved. tizens of .\l.,xat rh'ia. ia.. * gualiati' the J'i., t exandria a!nd N ,rtihern ruilv ,, its of $;..tu.n. right of w'tv 1 the p.,-;! and terliial tie.. . Jo s..ph l ,,,il,'1k, chargvd the mtndrr of' h u;- hunhband zeport. ha:t- I,,t .i rlelea-c , elt ev!,c1i ee to convl't b.i. g produtced, chihldr:n died at Brid`.e Jonn., fronm eating poisoned that dad been fixed for esident Cleveland cele his 6 tl!. birthday on ...

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 March 1903

The Southern Sentinel' hEY~ '2O.'VL`~ `. u.e. - MY WOODLAND PATH. How well I know nmy woodland path, Its greenings and its aftermath. Its windings and its vistas dim. That stretch beyond the forest's rim; Its fragrance in the wild rose time, Its mingled scent of fern and thyme. That rise like Incense where I tread. At purple dawn or sunset red. I know its leafy coverts where The brown thrush and the cat-birds are: And where in spring with joy are heard The first notes of the mocking bird. And all the blithe bards of the wood, In roundle, rune and interlude. I know where emerald mosses edge Its ribboned course through briar and -- sedge: Where partridge berries shine between The clustered leaves of the wintergreen And where the morning sun bteaks through The cedar boughs to drink the dew. And there at noon, on languid wing. The wanton breeze goes wandering. I know its cradle hollows deep. Where winter long the violets sleep. Quiescent till the gales of spring Blow off their leafy cov...

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 March 1903

BAKED APPLE DUMPLINGS. P ?eel and core as many apples As your appetite may wish Six or eight-perhaps a dozen That would be a generous dish. 4ake a dough like cracker biscuit, ]toll it thin-with skill and care; Plate an apple lightly on It Take your knife and cutt it square arge enough to fold your fruit in Then within the vacant place Of the core, a bit of butter, Cinnamon and sugar place. Draw your square up well together, I'inch it gently on the top, r 0 your dough will be protected, ]est the cooking juices pop. .r.hen your apples are all covered, Take a fork and prick them through, "Twill prove better in the baking Half a dozen times will do. Bake them slowly, and, while cooking, Take of sugar Just a cup, A&ad a modest lump of butter- And with light hand cream them up, Adding extract and your hard sauce Set on ice to harden more; Life your apples from the oven, Iy And your labors will be o'er. Serve them hot-the sauce adds flavor, And each dumpling, firm and brown, r Is a pra...

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 March 1903

THE SoqTHrRN SENTIh L. publishc I F IJ ;id 1't infleld, Li * L i- .ie Ot- ici.a Joa. * 1 le !`--fll Bt ii .,..: ' I' . ",u i · r ti .... FRIDAY, M ;AR. 20,903. ii X it is troo I atnri :re1 ! 1:re- has. ,.t t'1 of ctiii I P"1 14 1tt'\ý'1' \.I a s o p 14r4* all P te 1''ktlt.1 oftuba (4 (O iC : ·l'r it h fI :, t S ir' ofp ltil Al 61a1.d Mnerely forii illcas~ure. Let U auot f,,rgel t the Baptist Ice `ate C(,.ltV.tin ht;e in .uly. efc .u;tidcerabv ,prplaratinU Ilut re M ule if we prol)ertl entertain in Svisitor.-s. o ..`..4,, t' -.'v",:;t': d that the t' o.iad plau" on tht' iext Rep1ib- n( "an n:1ti o al tic '.' ' git .n to in s:ero, but t h.e r c.-.ident has , Cu n:elltet.(l to . ' lite ll'i ion Un ihli a tic ket. )tLu frierd heap , w ho \ri'te «'t tilt !C, nZ quc-itil,l probably tlh 1tferen in hii article to an T 'i:al whi, apr,:u'ed in the 9t pie's ietiuaud-s at Pollock and c . ... crresdon- re - -nt at linuti'-i." At any rate (1 ..e have not. bLe~a .itig on the re ,'egr(o ques-tioiin...

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 March 1903

Local And Personal Mr. J. M. We bb of Atl:1:n was aCir "'.- isitors to t,. Tuesday. Everythiug is lookin-. :. brighter since ,!ld Sol has -.iaL., his smiling fact. . ur. Oscar La:wreznc i .. was att'ndlingl to usie. i, ,. first of thi ";ek. Mr. A. S. Norrid! i another ectionii to lhi' - I -i:'b on lMain Street. l ;'. :. E . loss. tli !c quite ill for tihe past sc'. ca;i ai:a . is iluproviiin.r inw. Anong the bulsiness visi:-. first of the tweek was Mr. llt1;1r v Bazar of Atlanta. K 4i is " Mr. G. E. Smith, with the L. & A. ,iurm-eyvilg corps, is expected home tOulorlrow\ (on a visit. The little ",iil, f oiur friend Mr. J. L. Griig-gs died last Fridtcy after a few holur's ilness. Mr. R. B. Kennedy was a biii ness visitor te tovn first of t:ihe week and gave this other a ca!l. Miss Vasliti Rugg is now filling the important position ,as "''c': tral" at the telephone exchange. Mr. James Shavalier went to Shreveport yesterday to, pireciiuse a saw mill ftr the handle h factory. Mr. An...

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 March 1903

zp b he Building of Our ' Executie Departments A it.tle- Haitory of the E.rtblkh-ment of Thore That La's'e een Added Since the Foundlh of the ?lation. HE recent act of the natiol al house of representative in passing a bill to esta lish a department of con merce and labor marks tl second step towards the as dition of another member to the pre ident's official family. At its last se dion the senate passed a measure to11 same effect, but differing somewhat a to details, and it now only remains f< M conference committee to agree upc these points. The importance of the commerci; pelations of the United States, bol foreign and domestic, and their rap growth in recent years, has been la: before each succeeding congress f< reveral years past, with the object cereating a separate departmnt I guard and develop their interests, bi opposing interests have always su, ceeded in blocking legislation until tI present bill, under the charge of Cot gresaman James R. Mann, of Illinoi was passed...

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 March 1903

THE REASON. I've often sat here and wondered Whatever the reason could be That, no matter how naughty I've beea to her, Iamma's always so good to me. Today when my very best doll tore her frock I punished that child most severely. And locked her up In a cord, dark room. *TIU she should repent sincerely. But after I'd turned the key in the lock I felt so unhappy, and sorry, and sad. Thkt I Just had to bring her right out again, For I loved her though she was so bad. Then it came to me all in a minute, As I rocked my doll on my knee, That mamma is only a great big girl. And her very best dolly is me. -Boston Watchman. GOOD HAZING STORY. Night Expedition of Sophomores Had a Blessed Purpose and I.b W.k oat a P.rallel. The best hazing story of recent years is now going the rounds of the press, credited to Frank Hinkey, Yale, '94, the famous left end of Oie Eli's football team of that year. "It happened." he remarked "in &892. Some sophomores noticed - two poor country boys had " thei...

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 March 1903

CHARTER -FpO TU WINNFTULD PLANING MILL COMPANY. LIMITED. Wn-A'tE OF LCft'IlAN1. I per-on : lly a. d :,' 0:. , " .:· a.'p'. , I -, ti. - t ... .. . . ..'1. 'i. : · : : 1 v.. a :f... . i > , e.r a- I. t i. t .. , an - n. h , ?. -, Ii. . d -" , a:, . b y law... . . . r.... i't, 'l to o ' t.'r ic I. he. n... t . ie . I " - . - it. t , i t _ ,: nI- ;L;, or ·,,. ...r l niability to :. in the ', it. - t it.:1 Mana' .- t . '.- t n .;r : a'3,'f lil.' t ither in er,-a it r ,: ihe :. 11 l atee0n. t t'at v or tli t " any (f n " .-l t.) :b :oc r s ma' b. i' s ,:ve. o ti e cr; cer. inT .e oltiers of thi' t ,clra-titon Shat"" i - Pr,si;::. a Vice Prsiden. t in teiertl Man"' `'hrer. ti i nd a Trr.'lr- .i't. u the St I truniviIii t C oncCs may be tlll ( with one a-..l the sa;mte ps-.on. The tcemlr, Ia: .dnager .int ,'asurer. if u:t Board of Iirc.ftlors shall so require, shalt give bod., the a, oLunt of u :tch. the said Biloard shall ,ietermine. Each . icer shall be a stock-holdir in the said Comp...

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 March 1903

THE SOUTHERNSENTINE Best Alvrti fn;Papa eClrcufatingM WiennParish. Dir.}GIEd) TO ~NIi i,_1\'fa 'of r- .\08 IfIA Lu F '- A :) P!IF VP 0CP-ýC 1"' n . Subscription One )''fr per fear, Cash in Adsi~ 4Volume X. -- -WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 1. GO. Numb~er 2j m18T OF THE LATEST NEWC. Importanlt Nevws Items Told In Short Paragraphs Tken Not Fri.o The Wires and Put In Convenient Shape tor Busy Readers. Tl:e S.natc passed the Cubain reciprocity treaty by ai vote of 50 to I.i. E. A. Batsonl. murderer of the Earl famil., has been sentenced hang at Lake Charles. The ate has not been set. The Newman and HymLian cases l New Orleans resulted in an *quittal. They were charged ith making false returns on tton. Examinations of public school achers have been postponed to e third week in April. Proceedings have been begun Tangipahoa parish for the peachment and removal of -eriff F. P. Mix. Five of the large beef packing tupanies doing busines< in St. ois have been ~convicted of olating the Misso...

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 March 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATE4i Editor. WINNFIEL:). : I.OtII\ANA. The Potato King of Banguet E appeared at Manila soon after H the Spanish fleet had been .e atroyed. In appearance he was the beau ideal of the soldier. Standing something over six feet in height, he was as straight as a ramrod, and his blonde mustaches had the droop that only comes after long service with the union jack. So far as most of us knew he held some mysterious com mission as a military expert. We soon discovered that Capt. Bulfer, which was the name he went by was a good soldier and was well acquainted with all there is to know about ta",tics and the rules of strategy. Wherever there was fighting the cap tain was in the middle of the ring, and it soon was demonstrated that he had forgotten at least what it was to be afraid. About a year after hostilities began Capt. Bulfer came out into the open as an alleged correspondent of an American paper. And he certainly had the best of opportunities to get a arst h...

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 March 1903

USEFUL FOR Travro Made by Two Crooked Tree Treaks Is a Handy Thing for Use In Wood Lots. A very convenient logging arrange ument for use in the wood lot in the winter time is a travoy. It is made of two crooked tree trunks about five or six inches in diameter, six feet long. The crooked ends are bolted together as shown in the cut. The bent or bolster is bolted about two-thirds of the way back. This piece should be strong and nested a little in the cen HAULING LOGS MADE EASY. tar to form a hollow for the log to rest In. The log is held on by a chain, which is hooked around one end of the bolster at a, passed over the log and under the bolster at the other side of the travoy. From there it is rried over the front crosspiece, b, en under the crook at the point, c. To load the travoy, it is laid bot m up on top of the log, or leaned against its side, according to conven ience. The chain is put into. place and the team hitched on, drawing side ways. This turns the travoy over and the lo...

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 March 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Publtshed Every Friday at WinnHlid. La. BEN COATES. - Editor and proprietor. Entered a' Second Clas. Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTI'ION. - - - One Dllar A Year. Official Journal:-THE .E.TINEL is the Official Journal of th:e Police Jury. of the School Board, and the Town of Wianfield. FRIDAY, MAR. 27. l9O3 ", - e* l ci'ol tIig~Ic e prIeents a long serie- of republican blun ders. A good. strong pull altogether, and the town will build right along. The wittiest things alive or dead 'are the things we mighth have said. The first ba.lies Inamed (Grover Cleveland are nearly old enough to vote. Tempus fugit. Roosevelt will start on another speaking tour April 1L That is an appropriate day. The President's speaking tonu will force his cabinet into a cam- paign of explanation. An exchange says: "Blcssii iz the muther-iulaw, fur she furn ishez more jokes then eny uther animal." Mr. Roosevelt will not notify the bears that he is coming this time, but the -"coon"' already know i...

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 March 1903

ocai end Perso iai ! ge .1_ T. Wallace atten, nu',A inesh at .lone.sboro Satur .1. B. Milam of 1)od.on visitor here fir-t of the tot Payne of the D)odson p;ent Tuesday night in t v. f. IDale left yve.terdav t,) in the iiitere-t of Rice's tteacnu. .1. IL, Bovett of lHo%'ail Wt::I totr t to.uin fir-t oi:~ f tihi l okig after hiand iatter'-s. 1. W .,. I ltrn'tt of R val ire first of tLie wee\t I(hkin i a: honiini-tea.i in which lite erested. *,.1. I). 1 icer" rtietU'iic S.ti - r'i a vi-. t to New ( )rleai:n e lie -wel to hFok after lsome matter -. J. A. A . .vett of Sill. wa .Miondu and renewed I lij 'ription t. Thle Sentinel andl i anid Hacii'i. .owd.ls of people wenth ,t down to -tckvwa to i n Iulgdemnonia lav andl toc: lmatri'es. And al got dukings. For Sale. ' Reminugt(t.i typewriter No. 'sed about a month and in shape. For sale at a bar Apply thi' oliee. (ni l) essrs. S. Q. Ram.iey. .1. C. I en, and J. 11. Brady of At T were in town Mou.lay mak ial proof to a homestead. v gave thi...

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