ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Southern Sentinel, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,485 items from Southern Sentinel, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,485 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 29 May 1903

y EDMUND RUSSELL . Si We of Western countries are getting tired of our <- purely mental culture and turning from it to things that promise spiritual growth. Why then should we seek to impose the cast-off rags of our so-called higher education upon the women of India? The woman of the zenana cannot read, but in stead of calling her uneducated, we should recognize that, compared with women of other countries, she is differently educated; her culture is on another plane. Education in India is not a matter of books; it passes from mouth to mouth. The Indian woman who cannot read is familiar from childhood with the sacred literature of her race. She knows the great Hindu epics, the Maha-bharata and the Ramayana. She knows the Vedic hymns and the philosophy of the Vedanta. As a child not yet in her teens she is taught such spiritual lessons as come to women of Western lands, if at all, in middle age. Education is an unfolding of the soul, and between such real education as hers and the...

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. — 29 May 1903

ER AND PLANTER FOR A FORAGE CROP. the Most Important and Prot ble Forage Crops for the South is Peas. time has come when the south er must grow large supplies Ie food. The very high:prices f and butter, pdrk and, lard it a very important part of our ss to see what we can do to get rt of the millions that are to de in raising cattle and hogs hickens. n we begin to study this ques e feel that one of the most ant crops is peas. y grow readily all over the They make such a large yield ge or hay that it pays to grow as a single crop. ]Iut such is rapidity of development that can be grown as a second crop the small grain has been har . In this way they come in as tra crop and thus greatly lessen ost. in, they grow with other crops, as corn and sorghum, without injury to them. They do not, ver, stop at this, but while they aking a good paying crop they lso enriching the soil for other which are to follow. is gives them a new and wonder alue. They not only add plant to the soil, but they gr...

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. — 29 May 1903

,asu,, e- talheery fot t i s. tha tfamous Euns pill DsWtt's Little.Eizly Raesr . 1l Is due to the fact that theytesti the Il.er in stead of pprwgiarn its ynever prips nor adcken not ewiet mint dellcats lady. and yet they are so cari*a i results that no one who use thiemn I disappotnted. They cure torpd Iver, constipation. billousness. jaundice, headache, malaria and wedodf pnoe monto and forvers. . C. D.WITr & CO.. CfhCUOO lomt Forpl- tthl e. EARLY RISERS WANTED--YOUNG , AN to prepare for Gov ern neat Positiet. Fine Openings in all De partments. Good Slaries. Rapid Promotions. Examinations meos. Particulars Free. Inter-State Cor. Inst., Cedar Rapids, Is. a24-,m.. SHERIFF'S SALE. S. M. Brian vs. A..W..Womack-In the Fifth District Court. Parish of Winn, Louisianas. By virture of ms orderof sale isoned out of the Honorable Fifth Judicial Court in and for the Parish of Winn, Lolisiana, and to me di rected, I have seized and will offifer for sale at the prfaeipal front door of the Co...

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. — 5 June 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Best Adverthisng Pape C!r.;,iti Ii , i--: P.-iah. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NOiTH" LGUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription Or.n D~nfir per Y.''r C.f.' ..a Volume X. \VWINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903. N".r Q1 . -- - --- ----. .... . . . . .. . .. ,-- . . . ..- -- --- ?-- --;---rr.I -..... .... ......... .. -- - .. ... -. . ..- -- -- - - -" -------- -- ~ _- - - "L.iW A. PASSENiEIZ. First Passenger Train Over the "L. & A. Well Patronized. Re gular tiro,.gh , ,r train service over the Loui-ia:t. & Arkansas railroadt from. W\ilnn field to Hope, Ark., was insti tuted last Sunday. May 31, and an excursion was run f'rollm both ends of the line to Sibley 'where the trains pass. A cheap raw,~ was given for that day and wa~s taken advantage of by 600 or 70i,) people. The trains left the start ing points promptly on time and made the thirty mrles an hour with no trouble, arriving at Sihb - ley according to schedule wher. the passengers stopped off ...

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. — 5 June 1903

h eSouthern Sentinel BEN COATES, Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. DO THEY FORGET? Do they love us rstill, those spirits bright Who far from our Lcmes have sped? Do they love us still in those realms a light. Our blessed, beautiful dead? Do those dear ores safe in the Heavenly land Ne'er think of the loved ones here, Who are mlssing the touch of a loving hand, %he tons of a voice most dear? Do they talk as they climb the painless hills. In familiar converse sweet. Of those who are treading earth's pathway still, With weary and wayworn feet? Ah, no! though their light in this world has paled. Dream not that their hearts forget, Can we doubt their love when it never failed? Aye, we know that they love us yet. They call our names in the twilight gray When the shadows of evening fall. Those tweet, low voice;l from far away, In Heavenly cadence call! Full often they stand at the Beautiful Gate, When God's children are gath'ring home. And with eager, expectant facep wait, To see if their ...

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. — 5 June 1903

Pf n~ -_ -0_0 UPS AND DOWNS. Johnny's cryin'; do you bear himT I don't see why he should cry! Jus' because we two went coastin'; On the hill there, he an' I. Got a lovely sled las' Cbris'mas Papa gave it, painted red. "'Let your little brother use it H"lf the time"--our mamma said. An I did. I only used it Ceastin' down the hill' an' then Every single time I let him Drag it up the hill again. An' it took him so long climbdn' That he had it most-he did. An' yet there you hear him cryin'| Isn't that jus' like a kid? ---t. Nicholas. HOME-MADE THEATER. With This Boys aud Girls Can Have Mere Faa "lhan With Any Other Contrivance. Lots and lots of our readers delight In playing theater. Here is an op portunity to build one at no cost, as everything needed can be found around the house. Take a large wooden soap box and, after removing the cover, take a crosscut saw and saw through the bottom of the box about 91/ inches carefully and fit it inside of the box, at right angles to the sawed fro...

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. — 5 June 1903

ITHE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Pblbsked Every Friday at Whndfd. La. 3EN COATES, ...... ...... Editor. Ent-.Ard as '_cr'd Clas, M1il Matter. -UBSCRIPTION;. - - -On. Dollar A Year. <;hi:lai Joernal:- Tn~ ...,.ns L is the Officil .!,,urnl of tl;l Polict Jry. of the School I$,ard. and thc l~wnn': c, \:Vinr.tield. FPIDAY,, JUNE 5, 1903. hIrpartent Notice. ',, -:-li;:i. p'.ce of T'rr SErTI.LE iS : '3, tr ,.; 'x lmonths. Ti cents r sr0 m," t ai'':,. mn.t be paid for the i.,, ,t . ,..r is walned hveore the name will br en:- - . n ti e iist. ioney ran be sent by ?ex-rt"-- I it.! I1lnotne} order, by check or rc:.s't * letter. Make all checks and orderS pal: , Til: UNOLTHRIN ~ENTINEL To: s.t.T e. covers the entire parish ind wb. r " k ·~ !e * or strayed the owner should in,+-e,1 . !.- s.itd a descriptim of same, wlth It t, ps: for two, *insertions, to us. This will oft.ia =aeie much rime in hunting for lost stock. Th, ::'w requir.. that all estray notices and sd. 'rt i-t i:ents shall be published ...

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. — 5 June 1903

Local And Personal Mr. D. E. James of Royal was town Wednesday. Judge J. T. Wallace is attend g court at Colfax this week. Mrs. Frank Lawley and daugh r visited friends at Calvin Sun y Mr. J. M. Boyett of Royal was of the xisitors to town ednesday he charter of the St. Maurice Co., appears in this issue of s paper. r. Joseph H. Gentry, of al, was among the visitors to n Wednesday. r, J. F. Johnstoni of Ruston, here luesday night and organ a lodge of Odd Fellows. r. W. M. Wallace went up on L. & A. Sunday for a busi trip to Shreveport, rs. H. J. Perkins, who has tory siek for the past two sb, is geiia Metter now. r. James Peters has returned Waco, Texas. He has been ding Baylor University. . McN. Davis left Frdiay rcadia, La., on a visit to her ts. She will be gone two rney J. 1). Barksdale, of n, was here on a business on the latter part of last Sand Mrs. Leslie, of Arcadia, are here this week on a visit baughter, Mrs. H. T. Pye. J. P. Kent of the Min spent Tuesday night eity as...

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. — 5 June 1903

14e1 'SN~ Peer mlr. eeaeyl Helen, aged five, is a quaint child, who spends much time chatting with the next-door neighbor, Mrs. Beach, who has no children. "Do you have family prayers before breakfast, Mrs. Beach?" "No," responded that lady. "Do you have family prayers after breakfast ?" "No." With an uplifted admonitory finger, she asked: "Can't Mr. Beach pray?" -Woman's Home Companion. wodel of Eeonomyn "I think the most penurious man I ever knew," remarked the man in the mackintosh, "was old Hewligus. He smoked his cigars to the last half inch, chewed the stumps, and used the ashes for snuff. But he wasn't satisfied even then, and gave up the habit." "What for?" asked the man with the big Adam's apple. "He couldn't think of any way to utilize the smoke."-Tit-Bits. A ~ ualcal Home. "Are there any musicians in your family?" "One-my daughter." 'What does she play on?" "On Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays-a. m. and p. m." "Gracious! She doesn't ...

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. — 5 June 1903

Miss Oannon, Secy Detroit teur Art Association, tells ng women what to do to old pain and suffering caused female troubles. I can conscientiously recommend dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable pound to those of my sisters ering with female weakness and troubles which so often befall mn. I suffered for months with .eral weakness and felt so weary t I had hard work to keep up. I shooting pains and was utterly rable. In my distress I was ad to use Lydia E. Pinkham's getable Compound, and it was letter day to me when I took the dose, for at that time my restora began. In six weeks I was a ged woman, perfectly well in ry respect. I felt so elated and py that I want all women who er to get well as I did."--MxSe .GAa ow, 359 Jones St., Detroit, sponding Sec'y Mich. Amateur Association. -5000 Oforfeit If eriginal ef i-tter pC'rqtiJ genurlriess cannot be produced. t is clearly shown in this ung lady's letter that Lydia E. nkham's Vegetable Compound surely cure the sufferings of men; and when one consi...

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. — 5 June 1903

Easy Pill Zu to tke and easy to adt Is fst famous little pill DeWitt's Uttle Early Risers. This is due to the fact that they tonic the liver In stead of purging lt. They neveer gti 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 torpid liver. corstipation. bllousness, jaundice. headache, malaria and ward off poee monia and fevers. rassun at s. C. DeIrTT " CO., aOmAGO Da't Fipt t1 Mkm. EARLY RISERS SHERIFF'S SALE. R. M3. 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 Fith Judicial Court in and for the Parish of Wino, Louisiana, and to me di rected, I have seized and will offfer for sale at the principal front door of the Court House in the town of Winnfleld, La., between the honrs prescribed by law forJudicial sales, on Saturday..Tune 13, 1603. to the last and highest bidder, all the following described lan...

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. — 12 June 1903

*t:"- '-** * -... -~~ \Jc~urnc 7,T i+ A:~c-;, '~ :`:V: ~L r 44 . - - I ._ . _ .- - ý . .. . . . ... . . _ a . . t s -,- . , r a w . . . _ ..- . . .. 1_ `.".*(ia i:. -i..: -~ t t lin ever la ii= ~~~~~~; a.jut i i n Oit I _ I al' ? i' t'' j'cc'tai that tpII.> - iýLh i" r(,iac thirough a I:uu.ci.ii .il ; '`,.) re~o:I~t, nt the w",it llam r~i pres~lur' slln,,' to i.' . I Ci ('.Lý a depth of tixty- feet. it is 11OW abouZ: four AIi,2: , wlite this is shallow f h r 11 :.'jpitS tilit Oil .c i~aAL in this set, l* at . { tiI the otilcer Ih ··' c! have been him. n'i 1 M. uL-t'1crst in t -'I C~i c i~iI growi .ng, CIA t'4 :L,-C-,. u1:es have bieen * Lt Rill put~II1: iJt\ li c\tiih.icrl\.i: while there is n1o siuettk a or "ale 1L- j the first cunip:niv orlni::edi. Clingmhn Nurseries. The patrons of the old rtola',ic A. E. Clingnan Nurseries :: hereby notified that I am in tli s etirn prepared to fl! their : :orers for the bes.t in a[li nrt i -, iv line, for fail c1 :vrv. i -i ,alkc a personal ...

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. — 12 June 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES3 Editor. WINNFIEID. : : LOUISIANA. GRANDDAD'S ROCKIN' CHAIR. A homely built. old-fashioned thing. its joints in every rart worn loose. Its arms of strong. unpainted wood well polished from an age of use; Its creaky rockers seemed to cry as in excruciating pain. And noisily prutest against being put to such a trying strain. For generations it had stood ulpon the footuorn floor beside The old iirepl.ce from which the flames licked upward through the chimney wide. And young and old through years of time had loved and vencrated it. That old split-bottomed rocking chair in which her granddad used to sit. She told me all its history, that maiden of the rosy face. As we would sit on winter nights before the cheery old fireplace. From when it left the builder's hands and sat as if in silent pride Within a humble cottage when her grand mother was a bride, Down through the generations till her sire inherited the prize. And as she talked the reverent light that...

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. — 12 June 1903

Revival of Quilting Bee; Patterns New and Old. The quilting bee is likely to become I an accepted social function, not only t of the rural di.tricts, but among city a dwellers. The advantages of the old- r fa.hioned "pieced quilt" are again be- i ing recognized and the handiwork in volved in the quilting is receiving ar- t dent appreciation. Indeed it is the i quilting rather than the piecing which I is receiving marked attention, al- c though the designer of log cabins and I EGYITIAN PATTERN. star patterns i6 perhaps only a step removed in popularity. So widely spread is the interest in quilts that the art embroidery houses now issue perforated stamping, pat terns of quilting designs and lists of several hundred patterns for piecing. Some of the modern designs for quilt ing are elaborate; ethers, no less so, are a return to the style of our grand mothers. Essentially new in effect are the Egyptian pattern and the ivy leaf, while among the old time patterns are the star and crescent...

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. — 12 June 1903

~i4mhsd ivre Friday at Wbunsii. IL. ' BEN COATES ......... Et. j _.ter d as Seconid Clas Mail Matter. SIlRRCRIPTOXI. - - Oah D). .ir A Year. G mci`I J oornl.- .l' < , ·r; ýsr i Itc C·Bcial Jo~lrrr -. , .. " . J.-- -. the Schoo; T'~ -.1.r!CLi ;'f. the - -i or dli 3'i -r the :,. ,I g h et I. . 0.i :im tIe A ; - -- :ter t'·, '1' W:u::l..iF Lft."T HP JN 1,lg3 J ~I i 'ti.Ic"l 1o YVi iln IL ~ jt' l:t: "'C. o to *'t~i 1,1 F .V ( . to "o Iii.4 o i~tnhls and has Lmt rv ritiiTr: of XViz'nfield 1(o all lit, ors I cal. to get that. CarrieNl tjen sulptn.I C d oper ctioIJs iii irnu_ :t Yvolone Lfldl food tok u1' thiy workI and reated hiavoc. LQuisiana La:s a Iri-.-c who wants to be Governor wchile Mia~sis--ippi ha.s a Monet~y after the ;arnc job. Cptt~on i.-j: at $,59 per bal. ' wLieu ik a gooe1 figure when -me1aiure' up v t!ih sone former rate'~ of $2tj per bale. (oý£ G ernor I~aiiev of Kansas ^ gý 8aS`3 hp, wi!I a poillxt k man to of! -1 l wio 1is not a g'nood bank S account. Thiat 4ilutS u ...

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. — 12 June 1903

Local And Personal S-i of the' (( c 1! % Vj (. O Cf I ii~a W. "I CI .r i:v fr i. XX.\ ,t .r..o f Sills, of cv. '. 1i . .. '? till t 'i:.A at . ~ `a "1 Ituston. fr. W. L 'trt of Tan ill, ia.u> to ir. 'vi I 'ihb. ovf t of tlI, Ir. .J~lc -~~ir.of Sills. amen, ·'iu-irc·s visitors he~t' .ý Ir. (2. C. A;... .of the second d, era- t .S~:ar~"av look- I after l: tiat les.ý ssf`ý I l; of JIirdden. spendlinru2 tl ' tll her . H. W.. " · of Ptlilln, Wfi -itor here1 latter pirt 11 ,apt wck. ir R. ."i . 10-1!iy returneded da'I fro?;. .. .: vi~it of r. J. M. Bin. tt, of Royal, bore at: i', Sturday to see r so,-i in -x r. and EM . E. W. T elddlie, of La.. ar'- ! this week on it to i\1:.-. "1 1iiie's mother, Abci. 7 1 .F. eM {utr' left Monday ring fr: Ca:ihoula parish rehe ioi, i the L. & A. eying crop:. r. J. R. Si4, j of Gaar's Mill. er pr- t,:t of the police r, was a -jis't- to town last itay and S:ltud.av. A. . P. (.1: ',. of the second was circulating among ds in town middle of the k. ~r....

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. — 12 June 1903

IL Am Elabeeste Reasoner. "You are base enough to confess that you love her for hernalth!" •"'Mv dear sir." answered Count Fuscads, "that- is not baseness: that showis my democratic breadth of ideas combined with consistent respect for tradition." "You should love her for herself." "*My dear sir, beauty,. intellect and refinement are mere accidents of birth. but money is an evidence of accestrt.l entd possibly hereditary foresight and force of character."-Washington Star. Judging by Appeara3nem. "What is this?."' asked the crusty boarder, pokii:g at something in his dish. while he turned a glaring eye un the landlady. "That, Mr. Sasseigh." explained the chatelaine of the feedery, "is one of the new predigested foods. I thought my boarders might appreciate the in trof:uc-tion of a novelty of some sort." "Predigested. eh?" growled Mr. Su:a seigh. "It looks prehistoric to me!" --N. Y. Times. CreetmEs General Sorrow. Uand Leader-You %ants us to play mit der funeral? Ees it a military fu...

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. — 12 June 1903

step, the o.reu works of the cold. axative BoI m 'nine Tablets. Price 25 cents Tired of It.-Viiitor-"O what anicepes you've got! Pretty Polly! Pooly want cracker?" Parrot-"O, come of! I'm not green as I look."--Chicago Tribune. YSPEPSIA OF WOMEN., ~ Ii Mrs. E. . Bradshaw, -of OGthrie, Okla., cured of a severe case by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. A great many women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary medical treatment. While the symp toms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indigestion, yet the medi cines universally prescribed do not seem to restore the patient's normal condition. Mrs. Pinkham claims that there is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by derangement of the female organ ism, and which, while it causes dis turbance similar to ordinary indiges tion, cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine tonic effects as well. Thousands of testimonial let ters ...

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. — 12 June 1903

Easy Pill Easy t^ take and ey to act is that fa -u littio p;!l DcWitt s Lit:e E Rsey:. his is due to ti f ct a tre t'c he a i- r iv - s.eal cf rur :rg :t. "hey rever gripe : . . -en r . ' :cateS resu:ts t at .J a ;le .,:: o -eI: s t n. c-s:- : :'r. :.Thfy c-re er:---. 'r n-' " i I . v . -J gon iot TO ., S cost to be :aie. t -. W' Th :. - I I , . ' in }City tax Tot_ e n8' . s(ld SIni : ti S I ", : e.'.: ? e.et r. a'd-i -i i. : NW. caner t - iocd .lock. ntero 't . d s: L. a nrt-r .o t ' , . block. S tyta. 0..: t ,et tax ad .ls'irt m ,, - et" t in -,trrtL,_rn portiou 01 town. Cty tax 6:10o Btreet tax ad valoren 8 66 @otal c Interest arid cost to be added. . . Gamble: Se lot in G. P. Lovng mannex. 100 feet - and weat ny ? feet north and South in block No. 19. ity tax 60 Stai .; ntwrest and cost to be added., SO aid.dav of- e I wll ! sell l such prtions pa property as each debtor will point out, - eama the debtor will nut point out snt.i ep'rnsºn will at omt snri anitbout tnd aelay, sell...

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. — 19 June 1903

TI HE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. L;st. Advertising Paper Circulatin in il .'. h. hE DEVOTED TO TIE I\TEitETS 1 I NIRiH O1 I SIA' ND I 'I 11, 4: k;Tic PARTl. ubscription O)ne tj : c - . - . Voluine X. WINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY JUNE , 1903. I.r -. CO. NUMBER FOLUR. Sýiine Oil and Mineral L.,.ma-:! y ,onmpleted its Or.aniza'iun. C ., l i'1. L iite . :ll. I : . , : i' ~. , r.,anl ,atiol, w\itn tc i.i - ll. n . 1'. Siess. 1. Pe . s itt ... I. \%~ii~ hit. t . Ii.h I:o.i-ll~N. W ..,. i.'i . T i .'' !" ili..l. I. tt. s.i , ti, ! . !' Lcl,. tof \ innlicibl. aItl , " .. (ucat :indl IR. D. Newtie . .i : k an-as. '[he coilli)anIy o i ;t::! Oer 4.,ll acres of land in Xati, itroihe.., O)achita anid Win' I.r rii. -s. :a ong which is the :;' l.( Cli"ar Bluff in lti' pariih. Thc comnpany ihad a geo,_i to exainii:ic the field and he ia,- an exceptionally fine quality t niic aiIn coal from whic t.i· c ": p:my expects to extract the ,,ii. wI'iici has a high comurrcial .:tie a- f'a ingredient in the 1.;aki_ ('f -o...

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