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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 8 May 1903

e ingsPolice Jury. Apr1 Session. tConaiue(d grow laat veek. Amt broi roPoassl from last issue 1"44190 W. H. Morris Jury Claim 2190 Jobs Stinson2 J. W. Shelton 9060 WiUlla Jordan " 085 W# Gri20n - 2190 W. F. humate1190 T. W. Kijbrel 2250 E. O. Milanm ' 20 W. W. Burnam " " 2200 A. W. Radeaci*h 2080 J. T. Hells "" 2080 M.A.Box 420 Hoag Jackson "300 Sl. 1.Mier w "' 600 LeviMcWright ". "" 560 S.P.B.G tbhm 820 J. M. Webb " . 320 j'.TC. Wills . 440 J.LN Marlu ea27 J.C.Pabton 36 W. P.?ddhle " 1283 O.T.Stroud 196 J. H.Cauterbeny .*ý" 3903 Mrs WDl Booker witeas claim 720 Wil Booker " ' 1899 L IL Stanue " .' 220 Hahn McCarty 'a 1490 Msi iat Sls Onebmtt for jail 126 J. T. Duham F&houcer ISO 1. T. Durham Porl tat &rttlcatea 2090 T. J. Bay Jury claim 32" ';'.8.olliu 162 Joan lerguaoa " 1! 2 W. M. Long " 390t w. P. IloQam"1af * 1950 *W. a oodsou 9 190 J. M. Jaes 1320 Walimr 1vereMt 1990 J.16. T~SS 2226 M.J. Mwerer 2090 qW. Teddlie ' 2309 RC. (hzter' 2 `J.A.U4eQul " 390 jeamb L. Dmaham 390 ...

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. — 8 May 1903

It's nothing but that new Summer Drink, which has become so popular because of its delicious, healthful, and refreshing qualities. s, . a Our Soda Fountain is now serving this popular drink in all its delicious noes. Have you tried it? ORISHAM DRUO CO. Why make your nice spring and summer wear on a poorlyt constructed Machine? W.O. Wil lianms will bring you the mind to work which will please you. "A genuine Singer' always best. m8-2t. Lost. One chestnut sorrel pony mare, about six or seven years old brand edon left thigh with "V. P." A liberal reward will be paid for information leading to her re covery. J. W. Guria, mS-4t Tulloe La. Teachers Wanted. We need at once a few more teachers both experienced and unexperienced. We have more calls this year than ever before. Schools and colleges supplied with competent teachers free of cost. Address with stamp, American Teacbers' Assocdatim, J. L. GRLruI , LL. D., Mgr. m8-3m Memphis, Tenn. For Sale 30 acsores of, land, well ~im bared, toget...

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. — 8 May 1903

SSOB 1ERN SENTINEL. Pubibbed EBvery Ptlimy At Wiuf d. La. BEN GOATES, ...... ...... Editor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. sUBsCRIPTION . - - One Dollar A Year. Offcil Joural:--Tr, S.aTsre is the O~cial Journal of the Police Jury, of the School Board. and the Town of Winnfleld. Impsat Notice. The subscription price of Tan 8iSaiNm . i St per year. 50 cents for, six months, 1t cents for three months and must bee pad for the time the piper Is wanted before the name wtll be enrolled on the list. Money can be sent by express or postal money order, by check or registered letter. Make all checks and orders payable to Tas Socrsas Savrmrne Tar Basrr.am covers the entire parlsh aad where stock is lost or strayed the owner should immediately send a description of same, with $1 to pay for two insertions, to as. This will often save much time in hunting for lost stock. The law requires that all estray notices and advertisements shall be published in the ol..al journal of the parish. Tanm B...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 15 May 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Best Advertisil -leper CirculatRing ia PA~rish. DEVOTED TO THE INTEIESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC .: ARTY. , D i!r r '- r .n A. ce ,Vcolume X. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1903. Number . Has Stairted Up. T!:e Wi\lwft Bdt.Im W\ L'. of -, lic:h our Counia t f ou ;z iri:ud. has started I n :intl1 is P.)W tuv·n:rng out an exe,-,;!ctt gr lde of cati l - natcd dIrink. The .Sentinel rian hrappetie~ I:l!d to insp r, t rie plant and ca 'e near gvttin:g ; a Sai~l: *on:·~ ti~.rt. Thr : sft drir:llt being made iby the ;.!alit are I.-t" 1n-~ To Close Friday. The Winnfield High Srhool will close its present session next Friday, May 22, with appropri ate jexercises. Prof. Aibertson invites everybody to come out and witness the closing and note tho progress the school has made during the se.-siou. ,To Teachers. To teachers who could not meet the examinatioti. The Board of Examiners will meet on Friday 13th, of May, at Winnfield, La., for the purpose of examini...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 15 May 1903

FT S SOUTHERN SENTINEL. *aisei 8very Priday at Wiadeld. L. . BE COATE, ............ Editor. Entered as Second C las Mal Matter. 8UBSBCIIPTION, - - - One Dollar A Year. O4tfldl JourLal--TaU SunwTrnL Is the Offcal Journal of the Police Jury, of the School Board, and the Town of Wiandeld. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1903. DELINQUENT TAX LIST. State Tax Sale of Immovable Property. _ ._ State of Louisiana vs. Delinquent Tax Debtors of Winn Parish. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution and laws of th-e State of Louisiana, I will sell, at the -principal front door of the court house in which the civil district court of sail parish is held, within the .egal hours for Judicial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock a- m. on BATURDAY. JUNE 13th. 1903 and continuing on each sceceeding day ,until said sale Is completed, all immov kble property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisana and par ish of Winn, to enforce collection of taxes assessed in 1302. and previous years, together ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 15 May 1903

Fse,tc.the Conspirator By Hotward (apbprVgh, 2a by Chearle W. Boof M 18S CAROIANE WAILAC was a young woman who had a alse vew of life through no fault f her own. She did not know that this Is a humdrum world where the ery fates themselves dome with the dullness of their task. She thought It a place full at adventure and change, crowded with Incidents, lik, a sensational novel. As an orphan without a penny she had been handed about from one rela tive to another during her childhood, girlbood and young womanhood. Un -les. aunts and cousins had provided for her in turn. according to their va rious means, and the dlfference had been almost as broad as the whole cale of human fortunes. At twelve years of age she was the pet of an uncle who gave her every luxury and a spe ail maid to watt upon her; at fourteen she was washing dishes for poor Aunt Amanda,. who subsisted upon the in come of the little end of nothang whit tied out to a sharp point. She fell In love at the age of sixteen 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. — 15 May 1903

-- Easy o Lake and Easy Wý ( that famous little pill £dlitEl& Little Early Risers. This Is due the fact that they tonic the liver i stead of purging it. They never gripw nor sicken. not even the m delicatM lady, and yet they are so certal i results that no c.e --ho uses them is disappcnted. They cure torpid liver, constipation. t:l.;. :ss, Jiundice, headache, ms'iaia and ward off pneu monia and fe-ers. IPFFPARD 3 . C. DeWITT & CO., CMCAGO Don't Ferget the Ibm. EARLY RISERS WANTrED-- Ai' " ry.. " ',;rep.re for G< v ernment Postiouns. SIne Ot)nings in all De partments. .ood .a.,iries. Kapid Promotions. samminations soon. Partic .:.s tree. Il~-.1- titeC\or.. ..~.s Ledar Rapids, I. ast-am. SHEIRIFF'S SALE. S. M. Bril:. x-. ¶AV. ac .-In tU Fifth Lou' 3, By tirtor': u4 an order o' sale issued oat of the NonuorabI' lift^ rdicial Court in and for the Padah'Af Wine. -...'Lir~ne sad to me di rested, I hare seeiz .o a, ' -Fill 47tcrr far male at lb. puincipal front 4 "-I ^ the Court...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 22 May 1903

THE SUTHE N SENTINEL. -, .1 "r '. 1 " . . "E'VOTED TO l NHE INT 'P1Fl T OF .0v I" i L.OUI1A 4A AND 'HfE DEI1M RAT;: : ART. : bsci.i:n .ne D : "i . .. WINNFIELD, Lt.., FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1903. .... r - - -_ .. I. i ' .g v .1- cc . t1i1 ti. re'vor(I of whi:"h an iS4+001 rujght be proud. `fI&:' 'tteadaciance tbrtu ghli)lit the C esi rin lhas tixed the capacity of the bt:iid.ieg. lnut all tihw IjDtiti:: I hZVC ! ,",e.1 tl:u t;,"t" ably caredi for. thanks to the* vig {lancc of the management. and all co(nc.crnc'i au r pleasedi with the se.ion hlow ClosinIg. The next Eessoiin will begin in the late - Uýin1 ulc·, the 'bate to be (cize4lc! ,poil be the board of dlircrtors. Maisonic Procession. A Masnnic proceionm was hvd: ,Snday at the grave of Rev. ,. M. Busby at Zion Hill churih in 'ard seven. A large number i t tended from Winnfield Ind 'D:d s)n and there were nearly a hun dred Masons present. Teachers Wanted. ,,.A}.nced at once a few more paciher; both* e.vperiencqd a, ~i unexperienced...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 22 May 1903

oateroSetlnel 33N Voj.TES. 3dIsuu. --WLNNFIEI.D. : LOUISIANA. W HEN a millionaire dies there's generally the dickens to pay. Two or three superfluous wives are apt to turn up, or a blackmailer comes forward with a bit of private history or something. If nothing else happens the heirs fight over the estate. And then they spend it-spend quickly that which it took years to accumulate. In the case of Fullerton, however, there was nothing of that kind. He had ao children, and his young widow there being only one-succeeded to everything real and personal whereso ever situate. After the funeral she started in to settle up things systemati cally. It was her purpose to begin at the beginning and finish up at the end. One bright day she stepped successive ly into several banks in the town and addressed the paying tellers. "These checks," she suggested at each place, "do not contain my hus band's signature. They seem to be forgeries. Examine them, please." They were examined. She was right. Th...

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. — 22 May 1903

A r t. Gob BEDROOM VENTILATION It Is as Essentlal In Winter as It Is to Summer and Should .Not HB+, Neglected. Do not forget, says Good House keleping, that fresh air is as neces sary in winter as in summer. The old method of actually nailing up the windows for the winter has, hap pily, gone out of fashion, along with the feather bed, n w so seldom found, even in the homes of the coun try residents, where once it reigned supreme. Whether the windows are hung on weights or not, they should be made to open from both top and bottom at all seasons of the year. It is well to have bedroom doors fit closely, so that drafts will not strike the feet while undressing; and a low chair or box is very convenient to use while putting on shoes. If the top of a small box is hinged and the box covered with pretty creton, it may be also utilized for keeping small articles in, and will be also quite ornamental. If gas is left burning through the night there is danger. Naturally, the gas is turned low,...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 22 May 1903

PIfkad Every Friday at WIfldd, La. BEN COATES ...... Editor. En~er'-d as te~ e-.:1 Cnias 8Mil Matter. ,UBSCRIP'i iOS. - - One Dolls: A Year. ni)Wcil .JnurTI.:-TUn -;zrhTIEL is the Oflciat Jcu. a; or t:. P_]ii,:e Jury, of the * hoot 8: - :, aa;i t.. Towni of Winntteld. ftii)A , MA'Y 22, 3903. la.,.o-ttat Notice. The subscription price of TuE SE.NTNEL is p! pcr yr, i cet.s for six nonths, 25 cants I ,r :h-the nt!. sad mast be pid for theI m.,c ra g.aper i'. usn.ed b"fore the amen will ecnrc.iled on i" liti. Money can be sent by <pr?'3 or pstti . rcy order, bh check or 'egistered l:ter Mmke all checks and orders ,-2ahi. to T'I.E iSOL'rTERN B.SIrr THE Sc.rns. coser. the entire parish apd -hcrc s:cck is lost or strayed the owner shoult mmediately stud a description of setne, with 1 :o pa;. for two insertions, to us. This will *f:tn save mcch time in hunting for lost stock. The law requircs that all estray notices and vrertisements shall be published iptheodleial jrrnal of the parish. ...

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. — 22 May 1903

Local And Personali Mr. J. L. Durham of Verda was her on busines aturday. Mr. Osborn Gunter of Gol donna was in town Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Jackson of Verda visited her sisteFr, lrs. Magee, last week. Mrs. George Givens is spend ing a while with relatiwes in Montgomery. The oflicials qf "the L. & A. railroad spent Tuesday night in this city.' - -k. Mrs. R. W. Buce spent Thurs cday to §unday wjth her parents at Dodop Mr. J. W. Te dlie' Ifet Irst of the week for a busines~ trip to pJatahoula parish. Misses Cora Teddlie and Alie Jones of $t. Maurice were visiting here last week. Editor G. H. Dismiukes of the Junction City Democrat was a .isitor here last wciek. Mr. Charles ermnley, the painter, left Monday for St. Maurice where he will do some work. Mr. W. J. Harper` qf the sec ond ward was in towq Saturday Ind Sunday lookjqg after his interest. mere. Col. L. F. M.1 ury, of Marbu ry & Kidd of Juiston, was here Satarday in the interest of their drug busi rtes. Mr. an,1 M...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 22 May 1903

TOT. %%ere she is, In manl guise, Weavenly beauty in her eyes; Ialr a-glint l:ke burnished gold, And lips rare in htti and mold; Tiny hands, so white and fair. Naught with them (an we compare That's Tot! Three above. and two below, 0 what teeth can b'aby show! When she gives that gurgling cry All must kiss her, passing by. Though her little farm will sway. Swift she runs in cager play That's Tot! Tangling spool and skein and ball, Peeling paper from the wail; Moving pans with noises dir,. Venturing too near the tire; Tilting. rising in her chair. Elf of mischief everrywhere That's Tot! Still of home the litht and joy. S-Jws.e'er she m.ni annoy; J4)thr's darling, grandtia's pet. Ard unmatched. unrivaled yet. A,i deaight to omrt2her swkv, Lovr her better every day Our Tot. -George Bancroft Griffith, in N. Y. Ob server. A Good Deal of a Bear Hlunt ,i The Man From the Knob Country Tells What Eappened. 0 -. -7,O 6 T was considerable of a hear hunt." said the man from the Knobh country, "...

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. — 22 May 1903

TRIAL STEEL ROADWAY. New York Experimeat Whlei Is Beirg Watched with Itereat by Road Builders. An experimental steel highway has eently been laid in Murray street, etween Broadway and Church street, 'ew'York. The Automobile club of merica has been instrumental in ecuring this trial, and President harles M.Schwab, of the United States teel corporation, furnished the steel t his own expense. Gen. Roy Stone, ormerly head of the bureau of road nquiry, department of agriculture, as charge of the experiment. At present there is only a single adway up the center of the street. n which loaded teams coming from he North river piers are given the ight of way. The accompanying ketch shows a section through one of he rails, the depth of foundation hown, however, being somewhat eater than that finally adopted. The 2i section is very similar to that of 12-inch channel, the main difference / c/ HOW THE TRACK IS LAID ng that there are slight ridges along outside edges of the wearing sur e, which te...

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. — 22 May 1903

Tasy Pill Easy to take and es to act Is that famous little pill DeWitt's Little Early Risers. This is due to the fact that they tonio the liver in stead of purging it. They Never gripe I nor sicken, not even the most delicate lady, and yet they are so certain in results that no one who uses them is disappointed. They cure ^orpid liver. constipation, biliousness, jaundice, headache, tnalaria ad ward off pneu monia and fevers. PszPA55D 3T r. C. DeWITT & Co., CHICAGO b8et FrgePt the ale,. EARLY RISERS WANTEI)-YOUNG !' ?N to prepare tor Gc.V ernment Positions. Pane Openings in all De partmcnts. Good Salaries. Rapid Promotions. Examinations soon. Particulars Free. Inter-State Cor. Inst., Cedar Rapids. Is a24-3'". SHERIFF'S SALE. S. M. Brian vs. A. W. Womack-In the Fifth District Court. Parish of Winn, Louisiana. By virture of an order of sale issued out of the Honorable Fifth Judicial Court in and for the Parish of Winn, Louisiana, and to me di rected, I have seized and will offffer ...

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. — 29 May 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. BSt Ad4Nti.hla Paper Girculating In Winn Parisb. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. SubscrIL.,1 .: : D,' ( r L U c a. L.a. in . aIC Volutme X. WINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1903. Number ii FARMERS' INSTITUTE. To Be Held at Winnfield Monday, July 27, By State Board. Commis'ioner Lee of the St.'te board of agriculture and ilili gration has notified Mayor Bevill that he will hold a farmers' in stitutc here on July 27, n,'! a-ks that the date be thoroughly ad vertised that the farmers may be ready to attend. Maj. Lee is a thorough agriculturist himself and will have a number of far mers from other states here on that occasion to discuss improved agriculture with the farmers of this parish. These institutes are highly instructive to farmers and they should make it convenient, to attend. They are free to ev erybody and all who attend will be pleased with the day thus spent. The ladies of the farms. should try to attend this insti...

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. — 29 May 1903

The Southern Sentinel REN COATES. Editor. WINNFIEI.D.: : LOUISIANA. A GIRL'S FLIGHT. By W. H. Boyce. "A NASTY night, Haskell." seat I stepped down from my seat in the cab of No. 277, and, with some muttered reply to the greeting of the round house foreman, passed out into the yard, thoroughly tired, hungry end irritable after my 120 mile run in the cab of the limited ex press. It was one of those wild nights we sometimes, but not often, get during the month of November. A night ;: The blackest darkness, filled --'*lth driving rain and frozen sleet; night of washouts, doubtful road beds, delays and loss of time, to be followed by a five-muinute interview with the division superintendent, a man of few words and much less con sideration. I had just brought in the limited express some 20 minutes late, owing to the icy condition of the rails, and I knew what to expect. ' I hurried along through the wind and rain, eager to get to my board ing house where a warm supper and dry clothes awai...

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. — 29 May 1903

Ul - - - - - - 0~~~j( CHILDLESS MOTHERS. hier Have Lost from Out Their Lives Something That Cannot Be Told in Words. The wife who has passed her many *years of married life in childless moth •erhood has lost from out that life a greatness and pleasure that she may not have realized at first, but that is brought home to her with redoubled force and meaning when she has passed the zenith of youth and is coming to understand that life is not perpetual youth. Keen anxiety and sorrow she may have missed, also. Yet it is also true that "it. were better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." The childless mother has not known the depths of degradation to which a child can bring its parents, nor yet has she known the most exquisite love and bl;ss. Neither has she known the ang:ish of the sting of death, when her fondest hopes have been laid low. She has c.-aped great care and respon sibility. b::t she has lost from her life in her unalloyed joy more than she has secaped of...

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. — 29 May 1903

"tlte SOUTHERN SaNTIN8L. aiitblb Every FPIay at W da. her: COATES, ...... ·....dIr. Entered as Second Clawa Mall Matter. SUBSC RIPION., - - One Dollar A Year. eflkW Journal:-Tsa S 'rTraSL Is the Official Journal of the Police Jury, of the School Board. and ith Town of Winr.Leld FRIDAY, MAY 29, '903. *-'portant Notice. T:,,- ,s.cript~in price of Tea SEI.rlL is i2 r, rsr. Si cirts for slx mouths. 25 cents or thrlce nuslthS-. and must be .id for the t-,· ut,< pap;er is v: !acd betloe name will be e .-ol/ed on t:: !it. Money can be sent by .xpr-ss or p:ostaL n.o.ncy order, by check or r:igitered letter. M;.-o all checks and orders :ayrab! to Tat SOtrTrER: SETIrx.L Tga S rT7E? coET rs the entire parish and 'LrTe s. "k is lest or strayed the owner bsould i unsdi:-tely- .l a discrip'tion of same, with 5i to p;,\ for t,, iusrtions, to us. This will oten sa- e n.,ch time in hunting for lost stock. The law i sqires that all estray notices and advertisements sah .!l be lubllshed in the offc...

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. — 29 May 1903

ocal And Personal Bertha Wallace spent the ednesday at Goldonna. .W. M. Wallace is on the list this week. r. J. W. Boyett, Sr, of Sills, a visitor to town Tuesday. r. W. A. Long took a trip up L. & A. ai far as Calvin Wed ay. r. C. M. Durham went on a ness trip to Calvin Wednes Ir. Johabnvendson, of Dodson, in town yesterday. essrs. W. H. Clark and J. M. es, of Pollock, were in town a business mission Wednesday ht. r. C. C. Allen, of the second d, was doing around in town uesday. Mr. J. D. Pace took a run over Shreveport Tuesday. Marshal F. L. Shaw spent first the week in Alexandria, hav g been summoned before the U. court in session there. The Arkansas Southern passen r train was several hears late uesday evening owing to a wreck f a construction train up the line. Mr. J. W. Heard of Shiloh, ., arrived last week on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cooper of this city. Mr. B. F. Sowers, of Hickory Valley, was a visitor here Mon day. .* * * Mr. BR. B. Kennedy, of Couley, was one of ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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