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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 27 March 1903

J'EBRUARY FOR LOVE Customs That We Have Borrowed from Heathen Rome. eOne of the Numerous Saints Named Valeutile, Says Senator Stew art, Had Anything to Do with Lovers. (Special Washington Letter.] OW is the time for the young people to enjoy themselves, and for the more mature to make loous of themselves. Children will send ia.cutines, and mask themselves behind the missives, so that the re ceiters can only guess who sent them. This is ~Al fun, and wholesome amuse ment. The folks who are a little older will gratify tneir mean feelings and bitter hatreds by sending valentines which will wound and cause tears of sad ness or of rage. They wvho send such valenti..s are worse than mean, they art cotwardly. They are no more brave than the boys who stand be hinxd fence corners and throw stones at passing children; no more brave than the sandbagger or thug. The windows of our stationery stores are tilled with prints of all sorts; just as they are in your vicinity. The mails ate filled with ...

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. — 27 March 1903

IL Money savedl I Money Ealred. Wife-You must take me to the pera to-morrow night. Now, you needn't say that times are hard and money scarce, and all that Every body else goes, and I'm going-so there! Husband (a smart man)-Of course we'll go. I saw the new prima donna on the street to-day--the most en trancingly beautiful creatu e heaven ever made. Such eyes! Sich hair! Such perfect features! I wouldn't miss the opera for the world! Money is very scarce, though. Wife-If money is scarce, why didn t you say so before? Never mind the opera. We'll go to the Old Ladies' dime sociable instead.-N. Y. Weekly. Pleaded Guilty, of Course. French mayor, who at one time I the office of stipendiary magis t ite, was about to perform the civil service of marriage. "Mademoiselle X-," he said, ad dressing the bride. "rlo you agree to take Mr. Z- , here present, for your wedded husband ?" And, after the young lady had re plied in the affirmative, the mayor. turning to the bridegroom, delivered himself...

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. — 27 March 1903

SCARTER -For' TiE VI.NFTEI.D ^LANN-G t..LL CO'IPA";"Y, LIMITED. ,C'ATE OF tt.i- L\ANA., Per.oaiwiy s..ti by proxy ce~m and :p, al..t 41- ,tarti,~' € '- ;. t '' are erCht1 . -Wi n.ti:.( ,-t pr, L I u -' ' " t" O t i. . e: _on ' IC i'i an 1 ,if it ::+ 4t.1 aos. . t i,- . . . ._ .. . - ,,' ... ' ; . , i. - : :." "'. , , - .1.-:,1" r) i: . .. : -. .. , l ,:. id : l : ,. ioe. .'inp : .':-. ' --r dir.os..,L:i , t: a"n. umanagers. or emptoy-ses. as the inserelst or conv.-ience of the said corporation may re quire; to mnake and eabhii'sh by-laws. rules and regulations for the proper mnagta:lent and ,regulation of its atair,. as nIma he deemed .ccessary and propler. and tle same to change can alter at pleasure; and to do nll clher act° r,:.; things permitt'ld by law.I or asshall or nay o' !.eces.l y and proper t carryouttheobjects ant; p:-rposes of said corporation. Said corporation. unless sooner dissolved, in accordance with its charter, shall exist and cpntinue for the period of ninety-ni...

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. — 3 April 1903

DV Paper Cr c UIMin w Paris. DEVOTED TO THE uI T FI P Th TI-OLJIS'IA WA ANt THB D IMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscripilon One Dellr per Year. Cash in Advance Vole. X. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1903. Number 3..4 Printing Arts Exhibit The graphip arts section of the iversal exposition to be held in . Louis, 3Mo., in 1904, is in the ral arts department of which 1. John A. Ockerson is chief. is designed to have the most plete exhibit of typography, oto-mechanical proceesses of k making and paper making ich l.s ever been col!ceted at exposition. lonel Ocksrion, chief of the rtment of liberal arts. is one the best known engineers in Unitd States. lie is a prom nt member of several scientific ieties and has made many vat le contributions to technical rature. In matters relating to er hydraulics and navigations is considered as the highest ority. At the present time is a United States commis ner on itpprovement of the i ippi river t', which lie was inted in 1897. previpusly he been engaged in ...

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. — 3 April 1903

SOUThERN SENTINEL _*i" " ' shed Every FPr'ay at WbVfldM, La I KN OOATLS. . - Editor and Proprlator. Entered s: Seeoaz Chiss Mail Miuas. 1'1BCRtP-ION. - - - One D.,iarA Yer. OfticiI nJoutnS :-Tao SSNT1Met. is the Offciail Joarnal .f th, Police Jun, of the School Brd, and !: Ttown of Winnfield. FRIDAY. APRiL. 3, 1903. The Blanichard boom does not ý(eeP1l to be loomin1g muc~h. A very large ma:i sometimes c.: a very small citizen. The P'olice .1 urv will meet in regular q,;!?rterly essionl Monday, April 6i. An exchange suggests that the w%,w battle-hip Kansas be chri.ten ".4 with I'erana. The Baptist State Convention will be a big thing for Winntield. Let us prepare for it. The weather clerk has decided to be good now and is giving us somneO pretty weather. It is an easy matter to acquire : now ,i language--All you have to do is to step on a tack with your bare feet. Bryan and Cleveland continue to take a fall out of each other every time they can get any- one to lhsten. In one county i...

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. — 3 April 1903

KocaP ea& ia1 f. e Editor is on the puny list week. r: W.. W. Draper is among sick this week. rs. L. Sies' is visiting friends 'alvin this week.. r. A. Smith of D.o .I-was sitor to town Tuesday. r. D. G. Ilagler ii quite sick is Lome on Main Strcct. i.C. .lJames of Sills wai a tor to town Th"ur"s".. r. Johnston, of RHust., i. i, n on profes.sional husiness. fr. C. M. C. Martin of Calvin at Tuesday night in this city. fr. Will Mashaw of Huston in town middle of the week. Ir. W. J. Fry made a business to Shreveport first of the sk. r. A. B. Hall of Tannehill a business visitor to town eadlay. r. S. M. Newsom of Hickory ley was a visitor to town ay. r. I. B. Warren of Ruston among the visitors here ay. Lewis and Dr. Brown of were visitors here first of ... li Deloach was on the first of the week, but is g.' - C ''l tdiw removed of hii ves'-denus in Tanne Sw. P. Teddlie of Atlanta of we e k, nie Jp~ksoAiftCS kU) the Teaebhers'Assooia :. M (hat of 'Hudson to land business of . wek" w...

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. — 3 April 1903

LIrIrrD. EATW OF LO UIBEANA, Parm* or Win.U • lrsonaly sad by proxy eameaird appeared Spa tes whose names are oereunto sub red,- all of full age, who deelred that. vdlasg themselves ofi the provisions of the laws of this State. relative to corporatiMs. and espeelally of Act No. 151 of 1i of the General 4mbly of Louislanaas well as all other laws of the State of Louisiana relative to corpora tions of this character, they have covenanted d agreed, and by these presents covenant ad agree, and bind -themselves, as well as meta other perses as masy hereafter become Iaoeitdi4rrith them, to form adP constitute a brperati.ol..ad body politic fit law, for the erapoaes bad objects, ail under the stipula lons, articles and conditions following, to-wit: j"~• ... ARTICLE I. ;jtanae and title of the said corporation shidlRbe "-WIII.LLD PLANING MILL CO., P'D4"'Uad its domicile is hereby established l,.aW eslg de, Wtin Parish, Louisanr; and uadt its siod corporate name, said cororation 0I" bae powe...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 April 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Best Advertising Paper Circulaati In Wina Parish. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscriptilon One Dollar per Year .h in Advanco jiVolume X. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10. :903. Number 4. - ii .. . . ___- - _i l E WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES The Democratic Party. Can Win-The Anti-Trust Bills-The President's Outing-An Ex" tra Session of the 58th Congress. W.hlliagton, D. C., April 10. "The democratic party can win nnd will win in 1904, if the con 'ention is guided by common ense," said one of the leading lemocruts of the nation to me a ewv days ago. As I said in my aat letter, I cannot give his name t this time because he is not eady to be quoted, but he'never hele-s wants his opinion filtered hrough the press of the country n o:r Icr that the people may hink it over. 'The democratic party should ot surrender to the so-called eocg:uiizers." continued this dis inguitlhed gentleman. "By that mean that we should not nomi ate a m...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 April 1903

The Southern Sentinel lIEN ClOAI'TE'Ei'te r* WlNIFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. THE UP.TO-DATE HOMUNCULUS Rock-a-by baby. ee tbe tree top: When the wind blows, the cradle will rock; When the bough breaks the cradle will fall, And down will come baby, cradle and all. Dear little babykin, born just too late, Lullabies now have been wiped oif the slate. Up-to-date babies never are rocked. And if I say "lullaby" mother is shocked. Your nutriment's measured, the progress you've made Is jotted down daily as soon as you're weighed; Your food's predigested; you've nothing to do But sleep and grow fat-not even to coo. Perhaps,. little baby, the new way is best; In all the care taken you surely are blest. But after all, baby. th' new way Is prose, The old one was poetry, all the world knows. You'll never hear lullabies crooned sweet and low While mother's old rocking chair moves to and fro; You'll never lie snugly on mother's sweet breast,. Drinking life through her veins, both olessing and blest; You...

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. — 10 April 1903

WHISTLE IT DOWN. Whsirtle it down, lay bonrde la-, The anger that rises hot; You never will grieve at set of sun For the harsh words uttered not. 'Think of some pleasant thing, my boy; Don't stop to suss or frown; If evil thoughts leap up to your lips, Just whs.te, whistle them d vn. -Whistle as loud as ever you can, Outbtistle yon rmrry bird; It's queer, but ne'er from a whistling lip Comes an angry, petulant word. Don't let them out of your lips, my boy Those thoughts unfit to own; 'They 'll soon give place to purer ones If you whistle them bravely down. -Eva Williams Malone, in Atlanta Consti tution. AN OLD-TIME " POUND." iEescrlptlon and Picture of One of the Few Still Standlmg In the New England Staten. Our ancestors had a great many unique customs. reminders of which -bave come down to us in the shape of an old-fashioned church here, the re mains of a grist mill run by wind power there, and (to come at once to the point of this article), the ancient "pound" which is shown in 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. — 10 April 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Published Every Friday at Winnfleld. La. BEN COATES. - - Editor and Proprietor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCEIPTION, - - - One Dollar A Year. Official Joarusa:--TU. S.¢r-rIEL it the Official JoarnalofthC Pou1ce Jury, of the bcho.., board, and the Town of W.lantild. FRIDAY, APRIL 1o, 1903. TILE BAPTIST CONVENTION. The time for the Baptist State Couvention draws on apace and the time in which we have to prepare for it grows shorter. Some good work is being done by the ladies of the town toward arranging for the entertainment of the visitors, but practically nothing has been done on the part of the male pculation as yet. Are we going to get a move on ourselves and help the ladies to show our town up in its true light and to make the visit of these hundreds of delegates and laymembers of this big denomi nation so pleasant that they will want to come and live with us, invest in our property and induce their friends to do likewise? If we try we can mak...

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. — 10 April 1903

ocal And Personal al Carter of Calvin was a o the berg Tuesday. Geo. Shields was down onroe first of the week. . D. Pace was on a visit veport first of the week. e J. T. Wallace is attend rt at Columbia this week. Jshn Hyde of Tide was the visitors to town Mon J. L. Durham of Verda, as attending business here J. T. Bryant of Jonesboro king after business inter rday. show has come and gone innffeld's finance is some towered. W. M. Simmons of Atlan among the visitors to town f this week. .W. S. Peters of the sev ward was among the visitors n Saturday. . T. J. Thornton of Hickory y was a business visitor here end of the week. A. G. Lewis of New Or was here Tuesday with his f tobacco and cigars. . E. W. Teddlie of Tioga, was in town first of the week b hands with friends. egg crop is improving a nowend it is not so hard to few eggs as it has been. . J. F. Moore of the Prairie community was among the rs to town first of the week. r, pnd Mrs. J. W. Teddlie children visited relatives near ...

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. — 10 April 1903

t we ~5~ 11 lbThe Sorry Ewecta of Auger. "McSorley eats at one of those quick lunch restaurants where the room is always crowded during the luncheon hours. The other day a patron of the place stood right behind him waiting to snatch his chair as soon as he fin ished. McSorley felt the fellow's has. on the back of the chair and it made him hot." "What did hedo?" "He ordered a second piece of pie just to baffle the fellow, and is now in bed with a horrible attack of acute in digestion."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. NOT A WHOLE ONE. She--Ain't your little sister very small for her age? He-She's jist er half sister-Detroit Free Press. An Easy Trlget. Death dearly loves a shining mark, It has been quite often said; That's why his shaft is oftimes aimed At the shining, hairless head. -Chicago Daily News. Toe Late. "Can't you hurry a bit, Clara? We must catch the Sawyers and congratu late them on their marriage." "There's no use hurrying for that ts too late to congratulate them, any how; they'...

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. — 10 April 1903

Just is ie ·e. Broadland, So. Dak., Feb. 23rd.--Beadj' sounty has never been so worked .p as during the last few weeks. Svery tne is talking o. the wonderful case of G. W. Gray, of Broadland, the particulars of which are best told in the following statement which Mr. Gray has just published: "I was dying. I had given up all hope. I was prostrate and as helpless as a little babe. I had been ailing with Kidney Trouble for many years and it finally turned to Bright's disease. All medicine had failed and I was in despair. "I ordered one box of Dodd's Kidney Pills and this first box helped me out of bed. I continued the treatment till now I am a strong, well man. I praise God for the day when I decided to use Dodd's Kidney Pills." Everybody expected that MIr. Gray would die and his remarkable recovery is regarded as little short of a miracle by all who know how verylow he was. Dodd's Kidney Pills are certainly a wonderful remedy. His Judgment--"I've been told," said the amateur "tb r' 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. — 10 April 1903

CHARTER -you TmE W INNFELD PLANING MILL COMPANY, LIMITED. STATE OF LOUISIANA, i PARIsH or WoI. . Personally and by proxy came and aopeared the parties whose names are hereunto sub scribed, all o1 full age. whl declared that, availing thems.elvts of the ;mrevi-i.)ns of the laws of tt:, Ste1 e. ralative t., ýrorations, and especially of .A'd No. lri of it 2C t4 the General Assembly of Lauisiana as wel. a al! ,ither la.s of the State of LouisiJ.a reiative to corpora tions of this .,"sracter. the. i:a' o. o: nantr.d and agreed, and by the se pr:st.nts cr n n:t and agree, and hinld tl,n..env., a. wenl ::. such other p,: .ons as ;ay her aft,-r !ecomzI associated vi', th:em, to, for ..;d t.-ll .tC :t . corporation and body l-,',." i.. .a., for the purposes .ud objects, and udr,.r the stitula tions, articecs and condltions following. to-wit: ARI ICLE I. The name ail:, title of the satid corporat:on shall be "WINNf IEL.D PLANINII MILL CO.. L'T'D.," snd its donnicih is lt '4eLy established in...

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. — 17 April 1903

re X. -WINNFIELD. LA., F. '"Y. v PR i , AN pa; 112pr Grt-litig Jý;_.J ý \'n' t 'ii' 1i, hca A S Iki(:'!Py ' Shyi1' t-.:i c; C.A A~tc; cation T'ook Place In ;1.~e Court !ouse Satur ey-ls t Seriteuly Wounded1-Le eper is Bein~ Tried. t:1(,iinn as dtltcn!tv toe -rrcl ae i,," Court house between Sherifl j;. W. Ba:iley and J. I. . Lee!pe in ,,hich the Sheriff received ,,,ral painful vets from a knife in the hands of ieeper. The affair was very q(uiet and but few* knew anything of it till some time after it had occurred. ,Jus what ,caued the (liticulty is not known as all parties are mun on the suliect. but it is stated that it came about over a board bill, Leeper having boarded at the Comrade hotel, which is owned by the Sheriff. It is also stated that there was ill feeling alread? existing between the men before the board bill came up. Sheriff Bailey was sweeping out his otiice at the court house when he was approached Ly Mr. Lee per and it is stated that Leeper began abusing him. lie st...

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. — 17 April 1903

The Southern Sentinel &EN COA rEi. Editor. 1NFIEL.) : : OLOUISIANA. DREAM OF A DREAM. Vb, I have walked where a stream was slipping. And stood long while by its rippling edge. ,Where sweetflags grTw and the leaves were dripping, And heard it whisper and stir the sedge. And there came, from a sunset tinted ripple. A mirrored gleam that the waters threw. And the air seemed like an enchanted t!p pie, And my soul was drunk with its dreams of you. And the oxeyed daisies leaned and listened In the shade of the high hill's parapet. And the long green leaves of the rushes glistened. And the stones by the dusky stream were wet. And I saw your hair's golden tendrils float ing, On the breeze as of old, and a-down the stream In twisted leaf shallops were fairies a-boat ing. And sour eyes were as blue--'twas a won derful drea'n! Then the waters glided a-past and chuckled, And all was a darkness of misty things; And the long flags writhed like live things and buck!ed. And a hcot!ng owl on its...

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. — 17 April 1903

r ' D GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. A. Aeeemplikhment That 1s Abso Altely Essential to Seeure a Gen uInely Happy Home. Good housekeeping is absolutely esc sential to secure a well ordered and happy home. Housekeeping must be acquired by practice, study and experi ment, but the young and inexperienced housekeeper generally reaches success only through great tribulation. It ought to be absorbed in girlhood, by easy lessons, taken between school studies. If girls were taught to take as much genuine pride in dusting a room well. hanging a curtain graceful ly, or broiling a steak to a nicety as they feel when they have mastered one of Mozart's or Ileethoven's grand symphonies, there would be fewer complaining husbands and unhappy wives. The great lesson to learn is that work well done is robbed of its curse. The woman who is satisfied only with the highest perfection in her work drops the drudge and becomes the artist. There is no dignity in slighted work; but to the artist, no matter how hum ble h...

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. — 17 April 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Pi~ibed E ery Friday at Wlnned. La. BEN COATES, - - .- i Ener.? . rc ý. !_i i3tr Qffi,.sl !,*r: FR)EL'\ , A.4dZL :7, IY03. ` i. niT (l xt":, i"I l l oi -k tL '' tai H .I . C.'t ;11 " 't _iC=i\ 4 r,< : .i.. n. u tnil: to "t'ta :llLt 7 : ýý htli~t theL firsdt aid.' tilile i . ýi-il a uo:ion1 is that 4)1 lookinig after the welfare antii4 ti e ittcrtcainti1int" of ilie visitors t town. As at thi erflt there iz ý i onue wl.t feit, like sunning th i &-.k of taking c11 in of vi.zitoi s .aii'l siiowviz~ut~g arOU!Xd ahd hºou-toig1 the t.`" a1 r (104)' p -.-ii-o11 to ullileri l: I't. lint vmiStt4 )- 1110 prohal j i Vs tol's s4l.n)1i 01~ - **courtI-' eSv 111:.1.isdt LO ic·i a't't Invooc Whil~e in our · iii'si andc the (1:1· :atisa:,titor \1 i to (I4s s0 i' &~jort. :ii;R . .. Oi l.il iit':)irill 811I10nr t:·;; D1I',uit .Liai, L, h here recently mind there n Le 110 plc b ;i) or pj; - eoir to meet thinni and give tilhem:! an introduactio, a to our town and people...

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. — 17 April 1903

..cal And Personal I - .-~.. .:48~. .... - . . :"y..,--.- . H. (.'Mixon of WI:el .. to . 0, 6 , : v " it..i (daugh= . , ý. ttle, i .-Et, at (C;A ýi"F S i 'itrt to thj , v . H. .!o.es vb:,ited St th i r. Sk (o Cou.'.t . K. Abeil .a bu-in.-ss trip to Monroe ID. E. . ... of f Rol wN%. the ,i itors to to,,i Mon Cho 4)1 1&-t eck. 44r~ )...ILILE- fR~i friend dir. Joe Klv: ,n ,f \:*ca. i ý::::' i l lug\ ll t at f W. 3. Martin of flickord Swa :t bu.ie: vis.itor to Sbaby of. iMr. and Mrs. C. liott is on the sick list this James Sha\ alier is getting after haviini been on the list for ,ev:r A. days. * * George Hfail of Prairie was attending to business he hind end of las1t week. B. B. Lovc\t, one of the young mlen of ward ,ix, was tor to town Saturday. SH. M. Whitecotton has fromu Tan nehill Addition , Mathews residence in we.t f town. * # * s Ruth Smith, who is teach Goldon n:a. calpe home on t Friday and emacined till ay. SJoe (entry of Royal was n first of the keek and said going to th...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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