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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 25 February 1910

is cheap and easy to get when yyou know how. Thousands already enjoy it by using TEXACO 1I0 =1NG Water tight--Fire re sisting. Approved by National Board of Fire Underwriters. Made of the best materials. Guaranteed to last. The Texas Oil Go. SOLD BY J. H. HUDNALL, Agent ýrn _ A Prayer for Children. O thou great father of the weak; S::lay thy hand tenderly on .all the little children on earth and bless { them.. Bless our own children who are the life of our life, and who have become the *heart ..of our heart. Bless every little child friend who has leaned against our knee and refreshed Our soul by. its s.iling trihthfulness. Be- good t P all the children who crave in vain » fore human love;o'- for flolwers and ter, and the ysweet breast; of S6a,,are. But'bless with a three blessing the young lives whose rtnder shoulders are already bowed beneath the yoke of toil and- whose g growth is being stunted for ed Let not their .little bodies `is terly sapped, and their minds S gie over ..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. — 25 February 1910

dai reo i at YOURVALUABLES to be ae P R n Exoe .I PARISH BANK --:n: " WNFIELD, LOUISIANAE AeC, GINTY, Cashier. M : WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA ROGES, President C. rl I Local and Personal «a J. T: Wood had the uiiefOrtfne Bird ingram eturned home ednesday. of, cikloeodo of Ruston was in the Z hursday. vi i buy d ladypeas at Wood Q~ panyf alE pencer made a business nx o e Friday. ig fresh vegetables . e _ Wood Grocer Co. C i Bohetntet of Ayres, La., Coý our own o~daTa a ý hiave sýeed cornsorgl amu and el ood (Iro.' o ý;ýetý-:. = -ýV"''ý Viro :.o;:': 3eorge ancd ;and'f amilyhaV 'ag house. JaaiO our best e:: aile:wlr do : e l Wood' r a. do. ~~IO~C~ijbointo~ in ANA"'undlari;l returned ;s r c° ~r veport last Satur ay.' °VBýO o n tw Wednesday.. b~tyo~~~aB~ et .fre8sh " a ,lft laset week :f~ Y " diff'rent points in Mrs. J. T. Wood had the misfortune co of getting her ankle broken Monday. ande Mr. E. J. Gamble of St. Maurice is La. visiting the family of I. P. Gamble. W. Mrs. R. R. Gibson, children...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 March 1910

* Advertisementsin th Nend Nw Type always give the bes faces for GOmercialWork .aieteersit Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. O fficial Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XIX. . WINNFIELD,.LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4,1910. ___,,,, ,~l ~ ~Bnu u u-nr8~ ullB I THE SCHOLARS' SPELLING MATCH Held at Winnfield High School Yesterday Was a Brilliant Success and Drew Many Visitors from All Over the Parish to Enc rae F-vorites to Win Prizes. -, A bright and genial spring day eted the visitors and participants . :. the spelling match pulled off yes terday at the Central High School building, and a large number of schol ars.and patrons were in attendance. Contestants from all over the par ish were here and each school had its contingent of partisans, who came' to "root" for their favorites. Four prizes were offered (one for each grade) and were handsome cop ies of Webster's Unabridged Diction aries. The judges who conducted the contest in each grade were: ;Fifth Grade-W. A. Odum, assis...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 March 1910

MRADEI f t .ýPr blisped Weekly.~ S `te moat. Office at. .unsle.±a. . class mail matter. O f=.r MkUB SORIPTION BATES. - . . . $1.00 oth - - 60 cents ably in Advance. lW.1SMIYLIE & CO., PUBs. W..SMYLIE, - - EDITOR. >ýOfficial Journal of Town of Winnfield Official Journal of the Parish of Winn Fj:-..-,--'---.- - -- - - J. w. BOYETT, Jr., C,,H. . ELLIOTT JAMES M. HYDE CHAS. L. JONES , - JOHN H. MATHEWS Poultry by nature crave animal -:food. 'They get insects in season ba Sto satisfy this need, but when de- col prived of animal in winter they cli cease to do well, they eat their po eggs, pull feathers and do other ;'inischief that they are not to blame Ho for. __ A Man of Iron Nerve. F Indomitable will and-tremendous eniergy are never found where stom chbhliver, kidneys and bowels are out ul 7: oforder. If you want these qualities n( 2-ndthe success they bring, use 'Dr. Kitng's New Life Pills, the matchless si ,reguators, forrkeen.brain and strong D jody; 250 at all druggists. l...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 March 1910

.Louisl a_ B hinn d -r L un S.The great 'State` of, LouisianaTe r-ithin the past feef years has made - ~ e wonderfUl strides in the' mat.- For anni of financiallrogrss, the build tPub iog of railroads, factories, 'school epril 14th e, etc., and in the general Louisiana eiducation and uplifting of the peo- Company Spe,but in it all her public Toads ears from ,~ ae' been overlooked and .sadly and Ale, negleted. Of late, however, the Going, 'strenuous efforts of Gov. Sanders Shrevepo' S.to have the people take ake aninterest itoches 8 in this important subject is bear. 11:30p. m g goo ruit, and the people gen- arrive B to1; td ' Return' :erally are waking up to the great Leave Be importance of the movement. This Mansura is none to soon, for Louisiana at dria 3:03 this time is a laggard in the race 6:30 a. for good roads, and stands tenth a. i. ·or road'The ra' i the list of Southern.. States in plus 25 c tb'e matter of appropriations foS Pullman this important object. cars $2.( SWithi...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 4 March 1910

-' TES /' _ 1-. !1 'EAT FORTU ESARE .:MADE BYTHE DOLLAR THAT WERE DEPOSITED I IN TMHE BANK EVERYBODY NOW ON EARTH would have to live five hundred years and work every second of both day and night, and count $21 a second, just to count what one dollar would amount to if put in the bank at 10 per cent compound interest for five hundred years. Money grows if you will let it. We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you put in our bank and compound the interest every six months. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. ROGERS, -President C. M1oGINTY, Cashier. · : Local and Personal Early seed corn at Boyett's. Miss Mary Wood is confined to her ~bed with an attack of roseola. I We have plenty onion sets 10 cts. qt., :Wood Gro. Oo. Our readers will learn with regret t Ithe illness of Mrs. F. L. Shaw. sorghum seed at Boyebt's. E. Spencer left Friday on a bus ness -tip to Bienville. Youcan buy lady peas at Wood rocer Company. . water Ardis Kelly is visiting his 4 lpiarefnts at Arca...

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 March 1910

@ : :/a ". ·: p'  - , : : I.y s.'+ b # ýq41x ° y F I, ° t4cw Presses' and New Type 11Advertieetbnti ae wif aces for Gommerial'Work 3$always leteesrsusg Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. S..VOL. XIX. WINNFIELD, LOlISIAXA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910.NUMB POLLY"The Seminary ay Tuday Mar 5 erBenefit U D. C's. and "iPOLLY", Te Seminary Beauty, Tuesday, March 15 Opera ouse. Scooimprovement Lau "POLLY," THE SEMINARY BEAUTY proved a Howling Success in Ruston=-Beautiful and .ý-Successful Spectacular Play at Opera House . Next Tuesday Night--All Home Talent. ~jast Saturday night. the young ies and gentlemen of TRiston I e~;ghted a large audience with Sollege play, "Polly," the Semi rBeauty. The cast, under the ,rough staging and drilling of i!ogers, took their respective tswith ease and grace and .was not a hitch in the entire ormance. Members of Pierian j ere highly pleased and be Miss Rogers long continued a cast of twenty-four young ieand gent...

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 March 1910

:. innfield Mercantile Company's r:· Announcement T -SALE beginnitng We will inaugurate a B ys ending Wednesday, March 16th and will continu for 10 days, edi Saturday, Marchthe26th. In this sale we will show you New, Bright Snappy Sping oods At Less than ost, of. Production To-Day S THIS WILL B THEUNITY TO pURCHASE YOUR SPRIN( SGOODS AT ViRY LOW PRICES. Remember the Dates: Wednesday, Thursday, FMiday, Saturday, 16 17 1819 Th rd ytu... . Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Fday aurday, March March March March March March S21 22 23 24 25 26 Watch THE COMRADE for Big Price List Next Week. W infield Mercae innfield, Louisian. W. O. W. Building. Court Street, n 27rwWW A AAAAr ~ ~ -l ·Vw . 0. w . ~d ~. Building."I I. COMR:. ADE.i peon .p :y Weel y. and * it~e4ýM the- 1oet Office at Winiield La. Coni ;` < :r ti d:0 adcama~1 matter. maI eUiOBTO~ D.ATh81. ·: peo * 'j pie, Man he:, º;r-, & "Go cents .o 8MY I h. ETOi the CO. J itiri ai of Town of WinnfieldC WyJ1iý,tiii Ofithe P arih of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 March 1910

Thursday, March 17th, and Continues 10 Days, to arc 27th, inclusive Enough Said, It's at , AYS .: " BEGINS dhteGGdd t March 17th u o ihEnougt Said, Ite s at ThEe Lead in DryGoods tore 15e" : .... . ... . , h oe r5uced nncesL GentleESpaeg orth of Hig Class Mrchanise, ns of ev thing for men, women and children to wear, at redce prces. kind. shi of Nls te ,i css Gods nw , sale. Qu li ty 'tIJ:•is knocking at your"door. New Wearing Appaiel and alkns " p sale. uty aowpre s or chef attracion. Wealwas knocim to ply s cin L d. 2 this year,we have made strenuous efforts to have as..sortments clt o a c or e youshale thude. ualty upries down, has beenL our aim and in this Et also we.. will trus n moou 50our WhiteGoonsc East e"b 4 5 ad wdgment withoa t amny fear o0f theresult. S 'ring has sent us Style Coriers aheadi of its own formal arrival. We've been planning for spring for so ma weeks that it is reall spring here. Ledingesigers ave sent us Fashion's Foremost Favorites, straight rom the ount...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 March 1910

Pa he oav'n on l1oneyn ,ýJJS .'.: .. I AY tmeand trouble when y co:kng or heating by b ull ua<r,''Te ,sing al TEXACO ;.DEODORIZED STOVE it ASOLINE b The most convenient c, fuel known. No dirt, ti I[n o smoke, no smell.t =Always ready for use. The TexasOil Go. t SOLD BY >', I. H lUDNALL,, Agent Goldonna Items. see oldonna, La., March 8, 1910. t iilast ,Sunday week a very ha( ois thing h'appened to the wit hhiri e. Mrr Bob Brantly got Wf' :f il'lrri:to Mrs. Annie Stewart of 'kit eet ii; They were married at wr e tiitel at Chestnut and came eve oi on the 2:22 o'clock train to thr lace. They were met at the fo' iii by all the young people here, thl i';amid a shower of rice they ha r'eda:closed surry. that -was Sfor them and drove to their be 'iu: We extend to them Sa ishes for their future' in til iatlrdaynight the Ladies' th ve an ice -sampsupper here de aasy quite a success. The 0t Sd~erve muach: praise' for ~ve-thinm efforts towards r= cakesisold at the o i for th1e irettiest...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 11 March 1910

dEte i ...e date.. re tpresent, the (orrI Preuntithe ex SToAwn d Hall, March 1 ist; a1910 the Town Conneil' met on= the t R A ye date with the following Sembers present: Hon. W. f. ood Co'ugh i pr, mayor, presiding Alder- The season n Anderso, arper, Elliott, not be used t< ng, and Mathews. The minutes A child is mu las ra -n tract diptheri last meeting read and approved, he has a cold. A committee of ladies represent- his cold the 1 lain's (ough the United Daughters of the ance of many onfederacy appeared before the those who ha $ouncil and requested the use of f Ripley, the Opera House on the night of never used Chamberlain March 15th. On motion of Mr. children, an ,'Anderson, seconded by Mr. Mat- good satisfac tains no opit hews, this request was granted. may be give The Winnfield Fire Co. petition- as an adult -: ed the Council that Ordinance No. - i ::101 be suspended .so as to allow Stay on th : .;them to employ a carnival company Editor Come to play for their benefit from ...

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 March 1910

Statement of the Gondition of c i'ý Marc 8t, 1910. RESOURCES Loansand Discounts.......... .......... $68,456.821 z=Banking House and Furniture........... 12,11. Other Real Estate owned........----- .... 2,804.96 ASH.. .....----.............................. 28,144.31 ,:CAH $111,557.24 1 LIABILITIES †† .. .............†........ $26,000.00 Capital..........---Profits .............. 1,778.65 Undivided Profits...........---------- 83778.59 Deposits ................................... 83778.59 D i$111,557.24 L. ROGERS, President. -C. MeGINTY, Cashier. at DI OYand looki rocery Store the Hon 1PL LIST Or ,SPEGIALTlS lS WoEEKos Mon FOR THIS WI( at ODe $re. Yellow liops - $1.50 o S . ia 1.50 Bran - - 1.45_ . I hatent flour. 7.0 a ow Drift .ard 10 lb. 1.30 m- . t 1.rast l. ranulated Sugar 1.00 SIIY. 6 tu.ar . : :.00 e Oil perOallon 90c firs pd Meats always :t Speial Line of Gal= c eUall keptip Tax -goJ .. I -neighbor w o hia "1 IF l$ , " w Aý - : r 'h - i . I t V IED ;j gr:s & I~~~~~iF I...

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

O . R.. ,' ADE S-Officia NourwaT of the Parish o Y Winn. O al Journa ý y a',n.., • . .- ' ý , ý, ý h ...M'ya. ý rUMBER WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. UB - .n r... -al~ ' , " . -T",wN W. H. S. WINS THE SECOND GAME. Alexandria High School Played a Return Game Here Last Saturday and Is Again Defeated in a Splendid Contest Which Deserved Better Suc cess, for the Visitors. y sLt Saturday one of the best bas- t eibet ball games that has been played t i: ..-in this State was played here between I Witinfleld and Alexandria. It was a hard fought game from the time the 'ball was thrown up at centre to the close of the game. The game was called at 83:15, to be played in 20-20 minute halves. All during the first half it seemed as if our fellows could not get a start and Alexandria had things going their own way. Just before the close of the half we made one point. But that one point was the turning point in the game. From the start of the second half to its close we turned the ta...

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 March 1910

den where trees and rc the stre too; ch Sfruit, with t.... - . Y.. corrugated t .:.ByS.ARAH FRANCES LIHDSAY the house r -------- the stretch (Copyright, by Short Stories Co., Ltd.) most beauti ..iOn; the height that overlooked the that .overlo4 "water lay a man, stretched full length It was, a .in the shade of a breadfruit-tree. His girl, who c, .;.poSe and- the outlines of his figure had on an even. the grace that comes from pure south- step was s e:: m rblood and the habit of leisurely face was ti t.ion To he skin of his face and to which s Iihands was brown-not with the clear getfulness. olive that indicates somewhere -a mind, unw trace of native Carib ancestry, but -those of ,..with the tan of a white man long ex- tance. po:i-sed to tropical suns. An ordinary Who wh observer would have, thought his eyes eyes and were closed. In reality they were Why was gazing in dreamy reverie, under half- What was -fallen lids, upon the beauty of the -nothing bay. In the :' The scene before...

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

HELP YOUR PASTOR LISTEN: As an Extra Inducement for you to visit and do your Easter Shopping at The Asrand Leader Dry Goods Co., we propose to give your Pastor 5 per cent of all your CASH purchases made during our SSPECIAL EASTER SALE It does not matter who your Paster is; all that you have to do is to say who you want it to go to, or yo can turn over the amount of your purchase to your Pastor and we will give him in CASH 5 per cent said amount. This will be determined by slips from our Cash Register. S_1I- T 4~., .-,,sp f nrdPr_ TLadies' Tailored Spring Suits, will m saiu am ount . 1 111 r"Il rip a r V r . ored Hat' and also Hats made. to orde, Ladies'Talored Spring Suits, wil-m O EVERY intending purchaser of Dry Goods, Easter Novelties, Ladies' Pattern and Tailored Hats, and also ats made to order, Ladies'nough, we're not satisfied, wi no mistake in visiting Winfield's eading Store, where you will find best in quality, and as low as the lowest in PRICES. It isn't enough, we're not...

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 March 1910

--iiubIsbd Weekly." class mail matter. u SS CRIPTION RATES. . . - - $1.00 i ...ce.. . s60 cents ,!:in Advance. L 14MYLIE & CO., v bs. . tSMYLIE, - - - EDITOR. aloJoulrnal of Town of Winnfield I~i Journal of the Parish, of Winn " W.. F. COOPER SIMARS AL: a .J J. PAYNE b T ALDERMEN: . W. BOYETT, Jr., ; C. H. ELLIOTT p JAMES M. HYDE ti CHAS. L. JONES m JOHN H. MATHEWS tc l heoWiO Grows Will Eat. :..ie Scripture said, "Sluggard, w 'o1 tohe ant," so the statistician 1 iay to the Americant ponder t ovgeiigh prices, "Look to the . eranytoday is making money te' any other nation in the ro l Ie German ,works and co Sothing... Germany, with ta ei ouy!four times as large'as to Yrk ai'nd a population of O :'°:raises nine times as atoees as the entire lnited Co kv!.erage of bnshels of t he'ucre is twice. that: of ar States sewage. is thrown tn draiined. off to pollute our .Germany it is used to fa P Germ iy't forests net a e .to care fdr' his tio Sbeiad nd pillaged,, and to Sre.t rign Ird...

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 March 1910

'. - e1 r:terOfferi 1: 7 11 1 aturSaturday B A b Speirin Gaes an ar E itha r ed our showb tiful most extensive, and most interesting from a sty s so 1 h , Only OTen MSale and on. e a a  , _ Wednesday M lnursaay -- -;-  /arch March , 22: 2325 a., Pattrns and ubli' r. e of New Spn Goods aan ! Apparelc: Etc.iwhonh wccorEcMn,' March-16th weinaugurate a Special. Easter Sale atwhich will beoffered yt t, id o h~~ . l e~' w u d · ce a and w e w ill offer them to you at ; a gr~eagt red no"; ýit:-; solw ht'hydold madconsider~ation even at a season s en .adw wl ferte.t 1a1eI .- .Easter Foot Wear Curtain Material and o i--I We have prepared a special ,cata,.g ,Eastr Sale oe fw ou. ne i on n olste ryGoods h willbe glad to mailyou upon re.,est. . ý. ." . r-· " ': Children fine Upho.stery. . .- which w .e wi .... - . .hlte .' oods Soe- we are-shrowing our newh lineorSpring ti. : nets inflet and noveltyeffecis in white ,r t This line consists of lin Lawns, French Oxfords, rep' icseu ig .e.bes...

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

D"EODORIZED STOVE ° GASOLINE does away with dirt, smoke and I smell in heating and t cooking. Always ready. Use it. !:::i M 1 L! 1 t ,' b T E, IA MItLITEt OIL gives daylight .at night. A soft, mellow light always clear and Sbright. Makes work or reading easy. Use it also. The Texas Oil Go. SOLD BY J. I. HUDNALL, Agent eral3 THE COMRADE. Loyd SPublished Weekly. be gi and i red at the Post Office at Winnfield. La. as 2nd class mail matter. J. ] SSUBSCRIPfION RATES. rank jIf - M On e a r h s - "- ". - " - - Ye$x ` -- 80 cents giver inva Iy in Adraunce. few tend .it SMlYLIE & CO., PUBS. best W3 IL SMY>LE, -. . .EDITOR. coun Official Journal of Town of Winnfield who ial Jornal of the Parish of Winn Orisi for t ots from Atlanta. get The: laM:t;:birthday -pity was an by' the young people of pebi ,a the '- one o Mrs. Stan :,t I at Monday in honor of :Miss Pt t'8 r sham's 8.18Lth . abiwthdy i ' et hai 1:hour was spent inMe fortines After which music Pe ds pieasa;to a were plalyed, t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 March 1910

NQuarters New Goods New Prices ,c .- : " " F _i" 1 E  " " " ----' -- s E TAKE,-PLEASU:RD if:-atnduncing .to the people of Wiunfield and vicinity that we are now located in our new quarters in the Bailey Block Cof pr tret and tuhesore floodr l which we assurb e them has never been surpassed in this market. in the baby to gat_ _ __SWhe grad Whave an Elegant Line of the qaets, in t Sabovegoods and in such varietoy anit and ce a new ones to call and exa r CoIurng Bee yu ca n -tto thet p eople ofited Wqufill to vicinity that aai ... a .fr- _o_c i .. . Made of excellent material~, in exquisite d Ladies' Pattern ats plain and fancy, the newest creatiourpassedns in thiss market. es oaaes andladies' ready.towear goods. These hats are ready Ladies' Hats not employ a milliner o , the tues and Window U mbrellas, Parasaol ot employ a . . ..- house and knock-about. . Styles for S hades ake of rch ifs can out'ht the wehole family byo begr urcstoe srsoe, from the baby to thne g fand _rwa e t the...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 18 March 1910

9on. ntIo 94' drilio - i ' "( , :: t .. ..... w n-- t nine dollors, ($496,984,-196, :731,2 6,689, 29.) oee gow t o th moe you put in S"i- RO E,rsident C. IoGINTY, Cashier. Oasil spent if put in bank at 10 689 thousand, six hundred and twentynine We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you pt our bank and compound the interest every six months. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA I. ROGERS, President C. MOGINTY, Cashier. Announcement U R SPRING MILLINERY has arrived and -i we are ready .to serve you. Miss Maud mi"th, of St. Louis; has charge of this department : will be pleased to meet and serve you. an Opening Thursday, March 24 ods Company, Limited ) . w twd :,?.-:'":.> ,. :i " ::-:: :" . . ... " .. . . . ," ,;- i , • : ea. cie 0 Y E th:i0R T1' 16" pWr K re Yellow Ghops T $15W hirts- - - - -1 . 0 .5 t Bran - - 1.45 hkPatent fJour 7.00 Drimft ard10 lb. 61.30 ,..8 to 30 l b. :: - 1.00 ft-7 ýy . 7 S + 2 A-^ 7+' - :ý;r ,,.._. ý.' .'ý ayp y.,ý`^.ýtyýý'+`:ý x4ý:r.7ý/ i`'...

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