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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 17 April 1903

II FUNNY FOLKS, She Coelda't tadermtaUd "I can't see what makes that lemon ade taste so f':nny," said the unsophis ticated damsel. "What did you tell him you wanted?" asked her escort. "Why, I wanted to be up to date," she explained, "and I notice nobody asks for a straw by that name these days." "What do they call it?" "A 'stick.' I told him I wanted a lemonade with a 'stick' in it, but it tastes arwfully funny."--Chicago Post. Uecle Re mbea sayes Hope am oney', de mile-stones on fife's jo.urney, but it ain't 'spected dat anybody iwill run it into de ground. Fur instance, de man who sits on de fence and hopes dat his ticket will draw de grand prize in a lottery, am twine to be powerful shy on meat and 'taters arter dat drawin' comes off, and be won't find nobody to pity him. Detroit Free Press. A Reeoneble Infe.ence. "I have been everywhere," said Diogenes, as he wearily set his lantern down. "and I haven't been able to find an honest man. What do you think of that ?" "It merely in...

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. — 17 April 1903

SISTERS OFCCHARITY RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT. Catarrh, Coughs, Colds and Grip. I SISTER BEATIRIX. A letter recently received by Dr. Uartman from Sister Beatrix, 410 W. 0oth street, New York, reads as follows: Dr. S. B. Hartaan, Colihaus, Ohio: Dear Sir:- I cannot say too much la praise of Peruna. Eight bottles of It cared me of catarrh of the lungs of four years standing, and I would not have been without It for anything. It helped several Sisters of coughs, and colds and I have yet to find one case of catarrh that it does not cure." SISTER BEATRIX. ^-----------------'-P-'---o''- Interesting Letters from Catholic institutions. In every country of the civilized world the Sisters of Charity are known. Not only do they minis THE ter to the spiritual and S1ITERS intellectual needs of the eOOo charges committed to their care, but they also WORK. minister to their bodily needs. With so many children to take care of and to pro teet frc. elimate and disease, these wise and prudent sisters h...

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. — 17 April 1903

CHARTER -FOR THE S'WINNFTELD PLANING MILL COMPANY, LIMITED. STATE OF ILOUISIANA.' Prso,)alt\ aIl! hr by" -o'1: P .r1 } e .nil. :~1i}" ll e .c • .: -: .. . . ,- : 1. ~ 1. ... .' : ., :c . t -. ,,: .: . , , .:-,, .- . , ' , i, . f 1 -a: .? v i I- . '1td PLANi , ', :l '.. S,. t,,b ." .... ,. ,i av arl>. ", .. ,a, !,i-; i.ra P,..u -. a n::.ke and rce a cc:nporat i ,' . ,t c': rit -aidco '. a... ptroi ,'Y rel-t. t:,er- nal n:r d :+-iy , ., .:. and s; ,i,, ,tt .« Lh o cer: s. dit ctur , .g t: a:t. ianitac.re-, ., t:pl, ee, as the iut" e-t -- r ci-ttretil e oi -h r s:id cerpo-ati n in r re :miret. ni ,at:to .".'. esta ' thby-laws. rui" ltsan; rcgalatio.ns ftr t:e proper maltaurt.ten: andt regulation of 'I.t affa:rA. as 1nin he da,"eti c necct.sry anid prope-. and the saune to iang anld at - at pleastur: .nn. to d, ail o;.ir I ;c and th. n- pernite. by la or asit m:1 : nto. 1,2 abs y n.d ,per to u ," out the 'ectl and iput t ;- i.dl Co, Iporat tior t $aid cnri-rati-n, untilt. - r oiter d...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

T'HE SOUTHERN 4SENTINEL. Advertising Paper Circulating in Wina Parish. DEV)TED TO THE INTEPESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND TilE DEMOCRATIC PAIRTN. Subscription One Dollar per Year. lash in Adiarce olume X. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 24. 1903. Number 6..$ CHINERY HERE nt of the Local Handle Factory Arrives. iEINC PUT IN PLACE. the Machinery Unloaded and ill Be In Shape and Turning it Handles Next Week. tthe machinery for the han actory arrived on the L. & A. freight Monday evening and ing placed in position very ly now. The building for 'machinery was completed time ago and but little hal going on on account of there g nothing more to 1do till the inery arrived. The saw mill ion of the plant was put in a weeks ago, having been ed separately fromu the acinery, but it could not owing to the fact that all ut will be run with one ne and boiler which wele hased with the lathes and not shipped until last week. Ilast week'. paper appeared ort item to the effect that the t would not be in...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

The Southern Sentinel IfEN COATES. Edatt.r. WINNFIELD. : : LOUIS.IANA. A MODERN LOVE SONG. In the state of Mass. There :!ves a las I love to go N. C.; No other Miss. Can e'er, I Wis., Be half so dear to me. R. I. Is blue Ar.d her cheeks the hue Of sh..: here waters 'wash On her pink-white phiz There Nev. Ariz. The ;east complexion Wash. La.! could I win The heart of Minn., rd ask for nothing more, But I only dream Upon the theme, And Conn. it o'er and Ore. Why is it. pray. I can't Ala. Th!s love that makes me Ill.? N. Y., O.. Wy. k'an. Nev. Ver. I Propose to her my will? I shun the task 'Twc uld be to ask This gentle maid to wed; And so to press My suit, I guess Alaska Pa. instead. # -Brooklyn Eagle. A Story Without a Climax 4 at BY BETTIE L REYNOLDS. IT was one of those rainy days in autumn, with all the suggestion of winter in it, except that feeling of snugness that makes it such a pleas ure to curl up before a wood fire and bury yourself and your troubles in a book, but this ele...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

N .ENTRANCF ND AN EXIT * By Tudor Jenks. E was against their meeting. vain did "mutual friends" con nd advise ways and means for the two together; there was S"a slip 'twixt cup and lip," nexpected failure in the best plans, and Miss BIrowne re technically a stranger to Mr. e and again acceptances for the social function had arrived both, only to be succeeded by tily written apology or excus': one or the other. Apparently, fate was against their meet _ Each had been willi:g to for the well intended plans for ng them together, but hitherto in. evening Miss Browne. having her a visiting cousin, had issued for a reception, pud had sent of them to Mr. I)unn. Upon re ng the invitation he resolved by nine gods whom Lars Porsena *ed that nothing short of il! or sudden death should prevent from attending. made a most careful and punc us preparation for his appear . and when arrayed in solemn k and fine linen he heaved a quiet e of relief as he consulted his oranda of engagements and as d him...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

iTHE SODUERN SENTINEL. Pnbisbd Bvaere Frday at Wnaefide. La. BEN COATES. - - Editor and Proprietor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. SL'BSCRIPTION0 - - - One Dollar A\ Year. Official Journal:--TH SENTINrL is tl:^ Olfieil .Jurnal of the P.icc Ju.y, of tI. Schcel Hoard, and the Town of Wi inrti.H.. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903. DEMOCRATIC AFFAIRS. 1During the past few we-k. ma:nyv voters from different por tions of the parish 1hayv. ',uecrie,' uI in regard to political affairs. a to what mIetil(,ds are giinig t( he used in making nominations, :ia; who a:re the candilatcs for the different offices. As to tle first proprosition we desire a white 1)emiucratic pri mary, and from the best we can find out the maj:'rity of the Dem oerats in the parish have the same desire. As a member of the Parish Executive Committee we propose to contend for such a primary and believe the rest of the committee will do the same, although we have not had their opinions on this question. Of course the committee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

Local And 'Personal The editor's wife was sick fire the week with roseola. Mr. J. D. Pace took a run ove Shreveport Sunday to visit hi mily. Several people from here are paring to attend the reunioi New Orleans. Mr. Geo. Shields of Monrq here several days latter par last week. rof. "Billie" Durham of At tao w here to attend the ex. .nation of teachers. r. E. R. Spikes of the Sardi; unity is a new subscribel ed to our growing list. r. J. N. Vines of Dodson wai 'tor to town Saturday to loot r Lis homestead. .D. Smith, one of The"Sea. u 's friends at Tunica, was a iaor to the city Saturday. es v. J. M. Griggs preached for people at Sanders church neat yin Sunday, filling his regular intulent there. r. F. M. McCain of St. Mau. was here Saturday looking S land matters, and gave this a brief call. . and Mrs. W. D. Melton of Tunica settlement were shop in town Saturday. * May Johnson of nea, ville was among the number attended the teacher's exam on here Thursday and Fri .1. E. Siess went t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

THE STATUARY HALt 11t Interesting Spot in the Great Capitol Building. 1Sa.yland's Contribution to Its Trevs ores Consists of Broose Like. easses of John Hansoo mad Churies Carroll. raBecial Washington Letter.] 48 liE iggeranee of some pa-aple be appallin'," said Irish Mary, who sold pies to the soldiers of the Army of the Potomac. All of her pies were covered, and one of the soldiers asked her how it Was that she could cut into pies with such accuracy and give them whatever kind was asked for. She pointed to an imprint and said: "Yez see that'T. M.,' don't yez?" "That manes ' Tis Mince!' "she said, Iramatica lly. But when one of the boys pointed out the fact that she had just cut an apple pie that had "T. L." on it, she said: -- "The iggerance of some pa-aple is ap pallin'. That manes: "Tain't Mince.'" Well, the ignorance of thousands of educated people, on some points, is ap palling. A niece of the writer, a high school and college graduate, a young woman of considerable force of c...

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. — 24 April 1903

FARM WINTER CHORFS. My good wife often tells me, that "women's work Is never done. And you men folks only putter 'round the place from sun to sun." But I reckon that us farmers always find a chore or two, When the days are short, and nights are long. around the barn to do. Don't you know ther seemf no end to fitn' ~ere an' cleanin' there. If you wish the stock to show in spring they've had a little care. An' I've learned it pays good Interest in springtime, don't you know, JeW' to hustle in the winter, spite o' ice an' sleet an' snow. I jes' hate to see the critters lookin' dirty, humped an' lean. When a little bit o' extra work wou:d make them fat an' clean. You jes' brush the cattle with the card, an' do It every day, For you'll find that when the buyer comes around you'll Fet your pay. Don't forget to overhaul the harrow, mow er, plow an' cart, Fix tht m up ready for business when the bud9 begin to start; Oh, there's lots o' tcols need fixin' 'galnst the comin' day o' need. An' i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 April 1903

Her Beau From' Hartford By Zoe Anderson Norris Copvyrl.ht, ~-, by Zoe And~ Wt orrnis AILING unexpectedly, I had written a friend to find me a room, and she had found me that Back in my own country I had gone to her door one evening at dusk and knocked. She let me In, and, taking me to the window, she pointed out to me a house in the middle of the second block away. "It is there that I have engaged you a room," she told me. "I engaged it particularly for tonight" I had not taken off my things. I started out "You will be back for dinner, won't you?" she asked, witha wistful "You won't be back for dinner. will you?" air. And I had replied: "No. I ma as well stay to dinner there. They will charge me for it all the same." The room was not so bad as it might have been, and the house was a hand some one, but the general atmosphere of it rather struck me with amazement The little woman who kept it had just moved in from a flat. The carpets consequently fitted like postage stamps, the furnit...

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. — 1 May 1903

THE SOUTHERN 5ENT N L. GLt !.rrtisi? Paier Crcu!'tin, in Win; Parib. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS cOF Nc.': H LO. .IIA .N .t H2::i .¶ct : .. ý _t. WINNFiELD, LA., Fr.-iAY, I-± 1. 193K A I . . FA}JTOF.r Y. The Dalto n-Ciirk StaVe Corn pany ,:'iie Put In A Large Everything i in the southern portion of Wiiitetlhl is in a stir from 'ti 1ar I. o tO dewey eve'," as- t!he po't would say. Along the line of the L. & A. railroad all is -hustle anli bustle and everybody intere ted down there seai bent o'n keeping ahead of everybody else., The fact is, when the mu swic of the saw and hamer buzzes I into a fellow's car he begins to want to do around. The latest enterprise for that section of the country is the Dal ton-Clark Stave Company's big f. ry. Some of the timbers the building have been on the ground for some time, but noth ing has been done owing to the bad weather. Good weather, however, h'as been with us sever at weeks now and work on the factory was started first of the week. A large w...

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. — 1 May 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES, Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. THE FADING LIGHT OF DAY. "Jenny. gather up the scraps, and. Hetly, bring the broom; Sally, push the settle back and tidy up the room; Now's the time. 'twlxt day and dark, to clear the work away; For the morn make ready by the fading light of day. "Come, my boys, bring in the wood and split the kindling fine. Fetch some water from the spring and feed the waiting kine; You'll not need the lantern, lads, the twl light's clear and gray. Haste and you will finish by the fading light of day." Thus the dear housemother spake, still bury all the while, Helping girls and cheering boys with gentle word and smile. Till the tasks were ended and the sons and daughters gay Gathetred round the fireplace by the fading light of day. Scattered, scattered, far and wide, in dis tant lands, and dead! Long the grass has waved above the gentle mother's head; But at nightfall even yet I seem to hear her say: "For the morn make ready by the...

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. — 1 May 1903

THE GOOD OLD DAYS. Lovers of Their Country Need Not Long for Their Return. more Intellectual GIants ta United States Senate To-Day Than Bver Beforee - The Case Proved. [Special Washington Letter.] ( HAD only been here two days, when it became very apparent to me that the statehood bill would not be passed," said Mr. Frank i. Greer, of Guthrie, Okla. "You cannot imagine the feverish expectation with which all of our peo ple have been reading the press dis patches concerning the legislative sit nation on that matter of statehood. It has been talked of in church and Sun day school, as well as in public schools and all public places. Our little chil dren know that our people are anxious for their rights of citizenship, and are taught what it all means to us. "I1 ave been greatly impressed with tl United States senate," continued this observant busjness man of the southwest. "The more I have seen of that body the more of an optimist I have become, and I do not long for 'the good old days...

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. — 1 May 1903

The SOUTFERN SENTINEL. Shbliished Every Friday at WInnfi.id, La. tIEN COATES. - - Editor and Proprietor. Entered as Secoud C!asS Madi M.1Etdr. SUBSCRIPTION. - - One f 11 ,,i - ., offici: Journal:- SENT\E. , IN t It " Jc>rnal. of ti i . aord. an ,n of i.1,:..,. :Ir- ",,,Lice. The s.z~crl T i '. .. o 11. t , ' rIe n ..i - ,. ni "B ....1.. [k'lD) . fexw t . r 2itLa iltneters-.t ity \- il bt, hi gh' ih a if.w wcci, . It is .id that borrowid 1tm. 'y often. au~e,'s a total loss (,f tug m ory. A Chiciac pirofc.sor- i -c L.- i he can grow win"s by the aid of chemicals. Ie muist he a bitd. Four factories established with in one year is not a bad record for,Winnfield. Winnfield needs an electric light and water works plant. Can't we arrange to get one? S The sidewalks of town should b° improved in some manner. Nothiug, practically, has ever been done to the sidewalks as a .wh.ole. President Roosevelt's vacation Sover and the troubles of the reading public have been re newed. There is no va...

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. — 1 May 1903

Local And -Personal i Mrs. F. L. Shaw is on the sick st, with roseola. Mrs. Berrien Bailey was quite I SatLrday. Mr. 0. P. Lovett of Tide was aiding in town S.turday. dMr. W. M.3. Brter, of Sills: a :t vi- itor to town Saturday. M1.. hu B11. Sohith va- on the i.k l-t Sunday. but is better .., i. ' . 1 o. hI- n 0n IRcv.. . M. Icett"rsO l hudsonl v ?s :ouig the visitor., in town londaly. Dr. A. P. Collios of the o0i1':t v. ard attended to business here Stturlday. 11ev. .. II. Crosby ihal hten on the sick list for several days. but is able to stir about some now. Sup rintendent Moss left Fri day for a business trip to Cou ihatta, La., to hbe gone several (lays. .Mr. Walton McCain of St. Maurice was a visitor to town, Monday looking after land mat ters. Since being placed in shape and oiled and painted the handle fac tory machinery looks spick and sPan. -Mr. C. C. Allen of the second ward made proof to a tract of timber and stone land here Sat irday. Mr. J. E. Curry of the second ward w...

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. — 1 May 1903

FREE MEDICAL AD'VICE Every working girl who is not well is cordially invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice; it is freely given,and has restored thousands to health. 'liss Paine's Experience. "I want to thank you for what you have done for me, and recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all girls whose work keeps them standing on their feet in the store. The doctor said I must stop work; he did not seem to realize that a 1 cannot afford to stop work ing. My back ached, my appetite was poor, I could not sleep, and menstrua ion was scanty and very painful. One day when suffering I commenced to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and found that it helped me. I continued its use, and soon found that my menstrual periods were free from pain and natural; everyone is surprised at the change in me, and I am well, and eannot be too grateful for what you have done for me.-"-Mrtss Jas'r PNx, 530 West 125th St, New York City. - Ms.ofrf.t - UtifiFA4 she.s l...

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. — 1 May 1903

ter Depew'. Ceoeeptsoa t ebe Rlg Grande and What th. Reality Wes. Into a speeeh Senator Depew interjected n anecdote, says the Washington Poet. Very early in my boyhood," said he, "I d about the great rivers of the globe. ring been born on the Hudson, I was in erested in the Amazon, with 3,000 miles of navigation, and. I took great pride in the Mississippi, the Father of Waters. I studied the stories of the Nile and of the Old 'fiber. I delighted in the descriptions of the Rie Grande. "But it was not my pleasure to be near the Rio Grande till five years ago. As soon as our train reached El Paso I went out to view the beautiful Rio Grande, to see the commerce floating upon its-bosom, and the crafts and palaces, such as go up and down on the Hudson. I walked more thon an hour, and, returning, saw an age6 man, who. I oelieved, would likely be truthful. I asked him where was the Rio Grande. " 'Sir." said he. 'you have already crossed it twice.'" Senator Depew said, after that he was for...

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. — 1 May 1903

Mfss Id& M. Snydcr. 5reanare r fi the Jrcooklrsn 'i:st Endi Art Cinh. "'If women wu ,i r' met" stir.;:;n1 to0 their hes!th K: wo:' i-. r.rc hiPry wives, mo!hc-s and d~u ght.rs, .± th ,-, would cbserve resu!ts they w.oid fi.;: that the doctors' prescriptions i :ot .o perform the many curci they are given credit itr. "In consultingi v·h .t 'r, e'is he, ad vised M. Eie's, wine of Ca.Ciii natd Thed ford's Clad.-lrsett., erd so I took it and ha~t ever; --:c.n :o th..t him for a new life op-n..d up to me with r-:szoru i i..ait, "d it crly touk tecc mont;: to c~e mie.'" Wire of Cari.i isa recdl'.'rof the menstrual functions and is a nmost as tonishing tonic for wo.men. It cures scanty, suppressed,-too frequent, irretg ular and painful roeustruation, falling of the wombh. whit; anl Eacding. It is helpful when apprtchitg woman hood, during pregnanv, after chill birth and in change of life. It fre quently brings a _ear baby to homes that have lten hsrrn fr yea--rs . All *drtuists have $i....

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. — 8 May 1903

ThE 3OUTHEN SENTINEL. east AdvertlgPapr Cuirwm a Eliu. .ina. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NO R'I Lý~S:.L A AND THE DEMOCRATIC PAPRT,. cubscriptlmo One Dola per Year. C ash in Advin. .Vblume X. " WINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1903, Numi.er ?, 1- . i i I i TH.E FIRST HANDiE Wa±s Madeby thw iHandk. Factwoy Tpdscy: THE PLANT IS A-B[tUW 'No Handles are Genuine Ue~s.1 Made at Wiaaf ie&ldfAcccept No Substitulfe." r'°t A Sentinel representative wa: present and saw the first handle turned nut at the plant of the Winnfield Handle & Manufac turing company's plant Tue'sdlay evening. The plant was .geared up and Manager Shavaliir. in order to see how it worked.' turned a cant hook handie from a piece of pine timber: It. dill good work tnd proved to be in first class shape. The saw mill, engine and boiler have been shugly housed in and now all that is needed is a sidetrack and plenty~ f -ars, which, it i is un dIerstood, will be forthcoming right away.-and the market will be s.pplied with...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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