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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 19 June 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COA TES. Editor. WINNFIEI.D. : : LOUIl1ANA. Out of an Italian Vase - BY ELEAN OR ARN O LD (Copyright. lNE, by IDily Story Pub. Co.) Till' or: hrol'"p little dira" i:ng room in ('intoll pa.c'e netvur look..ed o0 in viting as on this 11iunda1 afternoll n in April. The late sunl-hire streaming in upon the rich rugs and the open fire blazing in the broad firt place. made about as cheery an atmosphere as it is easy to colnceive of. while both sun shine and firelight fell upon all sorts and kinds of draperies. pictures and bric-a-brac strewn about in the most delightful confusion. The unpacking was a great pleasure to them both and as one treasure after another came to light and brought up reminiscences of the place where it had been picked up the work pro gressed very slowly and the evening found them still in this charming dis order. A few friends had dropped in and as the madam brewed them a dish of tea with her real Russian semo'ar the for eign wanderings of ...

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. — 19 June 1903

SOME INDIAN HOMES. They Show Progress Made from Savagery to Civilization. Pole and Brush Shelter Supplanted by strong Framework and Now h ite Man's Architecture Is kmployed. [S;-E-cia. Arizona Ietc~ W it ENu where aula( tir-t made a ~t.ýl ný for l~m'eef it is I .ln ie V Ii u l % ct o ermin e. hiiere i. ie Inu 411-it wt that at lir~t e fiuti c: a shii lt elvr fir for itelf andl his famiily Utlutr tlii -hudi~w .f the rick lit-i, like th lii v. bl heat e. 1:e .iieo erre( and tied ca c-. hillj. Itti S and the 1.ke. to vitt huh he (a tile ;' after 1>i (aill Cetit~iiiii fir fa(,il %it dh a Isv oftt e()ltillit atn( Ji~laetlt~e he had not kniti a it hisa shehtile-1e ga -. I)auht e-s fro th ýCciugI the biirds iýntrut ridIleir nest~ he gained the fir-t idea if tolitih.nally isaking a borme f""r hint-elf. arnd far more rudely M.. ON- ar;5L~C , MANfL`VMO S S ~AAY than the birds did he construct his first home. In this short article I desire to show how the American India:lns of the southwest...

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. — 19 June 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Pubitsbe E -" Fri:- st w 'imtfieId. La. BEN OCATES, ........... Editor,. -- te,.:C o: R o CIa-= `ail M tt r 'BSCRIT -" One i-'"ia, A year. o"ffcial , -- th e oche ial . . .. "ý l i,, - .u" , Cl t h,, ,, :;;' e|'." . .' .'-" '" .. .. . .ýi . ..'.M ,! b. " .'". . , ·.j,- u ., • i " '.. ;T'N INEL.L .. ! . = , t i: 1 . go ". i .,r I . L.'. I I .., .'A ) so, aoo3. _--·~ 'I · :- a ·-" ' A 't Iii utI Aat 1l " f :i c 'I' "1 p r: 1i ti)It i l 4 i } , p o it -t. ?t :1';,111": , i.ý.~ el 'n i: An I!linoi- mob \-e'r very con- :! ,.ierat, i ! w:uiting till President the lo -scve"i ,.ft t!at .tate be-our ..' , St. Loui : c:.l!i -" have or-' Dr g ied ,:ur: a:i" A, exanri,1" . ' for th ur of boring for oil t 1 the vicit'i: of ('olfax. I A -:dl tr:'t tf ind in the v. .'liity v f thy b .1411" i' oil fil1\St( ,old Friday fer $1t).,O0 cash to a party of Mobile capitalists. A negro over in Texas plead 1ln guilty to two crimes and got sen- ni tonce of y" vear-s in each ease. an The...

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. — 19 June 1903

Local And Personal 1r. 11. F tril' took a run >,' ... 'I. I3( -.r (+f Tannehill, lr ;· 1. I'-·: · ·. (' ou(`:lev. )t 1 oly of ti -'o ( Utr kiV. 2i :'\t lu'. ii II;tý :1n- l" 1 . (lý . * ** h I) l. I. of 1 Y ri -'' l 'v Vi : i :II > ~oI 11 i-. III tl fl i')na \el, o - ,i fastr -K - i spent >& ipi j~i\ Pr afterI' ;ani hi intitrc4- I;l the ne .-hI st . y elle C,':tO:! th1 .1 :. lie Mr. 1.11. C ."e'nb. of Pyhurn. ro spet the dto ie SaturdtlV to l buy delintquert "x d for \V. kill E. Kelly & ('. we Mrs. tHu,.., t.:1 Itle d:agh- P ter. of Ru- . ..: , .itin: l Mr. N.L. iltud~ 'a I . :tiiy at their tlh home on LVf;y:'tt¼_' -ercct. Chi E. C. Drer. th E. C. Drew la. Invcsfinent (',.. of Monroe. wa. here bat'urday:t an[ rented a room for where he will oen :t otlice. t Mr. J.D. . , of Rusi- ter ton, w.as h,.e I U d:y1 looking tl after somle I;. ..at was adver tised to bf ,i-I 'e sheriff. Mr. R. A. .\...,l-kel, of bill-s, was a visitor :ril'[.y. lie is put- ni. ting in a stav, t...

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. — 19 June 1903

Lows I * 'a Anxious to Do Right. The children had quarreled and Willie had struck Tommie. Instead of returning the blow: Tommie turned and ran down the hail. "Where are you going. Tommie?" asked his mother. "Kitchen," answered Tommie terse ty. "What for?" "You said if anybody was cross to me to heap coal. of fire on his head. an' I'm goin' for the coals."-Cincin 'ati Enquirer. The Fearlems Damsel. "There is r.o thing." he told the girl, "Without !'s germy side. The ice cream soda. now, a'as, Contains a germ," he sighed. "I'm not afrai,.'" -he murmured low. "I've take- germicide." --hicago Tribune. LITER.IRY IMPRESSIONS. Professor of Literatdre-I always aonsidered "Faust" a work of genius, but I was never so forcibly struck by it before!-Meggendorfer Blatter. Unless on Some One Else's. The smile of satisfied delight You see upon my face Is there because it couldn't be In any other place. -Harvard Lampoon. Where the Blame Lai. Burton-Talk about talent! I'd have you know, sir, that I a...

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. — 19 June 1903

FARMER AND PLANTER THE SMALL FARM ERA. The Dflit of the Creat Plantation it pInsairn. .t a' and Smuall. Well Tilled l"'r-ruu the hube. Ti 11i f-,rnu era has cuime and ;s f~reilt -:aoli~he l anitlnir the agri cult riii :- ~t nitit"ieit timle-. (1I plattntatias.Tns etn hittid retS atd thou-a - a:f ar"&-.. ha' &. nrtri tliii dl! and rttI.-.iti: I :uin'ng the chihlre~n tand _iai2.lhii !.i~ti unlti the tarok are dunntt t, ti t rigs t. Si c. Iile ftti Iiir tTIrI!IL'an, titti n hxtt in k~ t\.oLl~tcý ," cras gro tihere hit !,;ii crx'" letore being exelt1 il lifi in iii. (i uf t"he- bt field' wf *i ;-ic ut:i i activity. It has! tige i- I a ':':'rittt turn uthi ltheay be he ;*ti Iit -lnte Ii.n iii the i old c"1 "(i, o i f ..r, Icr I f i at n . ,f lirte trove till"I ttr-ltt iii. . that it lit'.le ft.ra!tuc t' Ii. d ut~ti a little x' ife nell latter lx i>t~ii' t1 ti'n ilepen ni mutthi ont the -iie tif the fbitlte:..\ ln::ti Can flttwt Ii _11 .: it atiredl ttier, she isz ii ut iytlý e...

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. — 19 June 1903

Easy PilNl Easy to take and easy to act is that famous little pill DeWitt's Little Early Risers. This is due to the fact that they tonic the liver in stead of purging it. They never gripe nor siker. not even the most delicate lady. and yet they are so certain in results th-:.t no one who uses them is disappointed. They cure torpid liver, constipation. biliu.sness, jaundice, headache, malaria and ward off pneu mor.a and fevers. PREPARED PV . C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO Don't Forget the Name. EARLY RISERS DELINQUENT TAX SALES a To'.i-n Tax Sa't'es cft I ummovable i P~:-cpeity. *1*.. X11: iaA* c~ I wil.e . t. lin ll I oc V on .: "i i :l f i c' .1 ?,: : I : il :c ;, 11 *''' It E i.nain g fat 11 0'I..,, . .,. .I.' r.11'i'ltlt ' r~r.ll.. ...i .I2:tlt . ua1 ' as - . Illd . 'l : . . :i'l 1 .. " " 14 ! 1 . . l ' 1 1 : , '1 `I 4t 4 `f ,:r·.et txa d~!aPor~em 122 Intere.'t :1 to be .: ic·.I o y1. F.acidhln: Noth 1- No. i,:" I.'.a .:.; iiEJX 1" ~ e finnd. C1ia' tax SO 1'::-i · tax 1 22~~? 1i~ '...

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. — 26 June 1903

rTHE SOU THE N SENTINEL. .. ..a.... .O 011 TaOF..I Fk It I.,AI'V . Af ; II E IE1IRAi. PAAI1[t. S'a.! . n P. Volume X. V NNFIELD LA.. FRIDAY, !UNE 26 1903. - ' T'1e 'lccetioni for a thiree mi ,ing fr the C'r-oli.cy Stialte purli;k and arre-stetf. A Ajli'f CApsifl i and firwll nt; lt'io ncgriest ini t ! te Ouachi ri. I lP:eidtclt Sit'. of t he reBank o.f Wiield s out ix othr il. 1Shr-.oort wtioh a taj.itai , i'f LouisA Wikieg r was aoruthinstcld oninti thie street- of tloo roe f %w: , .irricd in Latfayeitte arive. tiLin irpetfullty of the ife of 1T. '. Del an, tiona latter (oin hIa rgnitz e opetnetd for mpyi- _. Thr Bern poiter wat cait detarol e byg fm the irowle at Bernie Aleand rit is o hae an ec-. A .tritreet c line, ad franehic ., haresing en granted of the tonk of Lit e man, coited aou iit ixe at Calhoun by blowing his.hed off has organized a trulst conpanr a Shr\it prt with a capital ofhotgun. of O. W. orDeland, thea formlatter dension the hipponing.oun of isuing Th false vouch...

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. — 26 June 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. MISS NANCY By JULIA TRUITT iSIOOP. (Copyriht.. 190, by Daffy Story Pub Co.) M ISS NANCY stood at the kitchen window, holding the snowy cur tains close together, and yet through the tiny crack between them watching the two, who were walking gayly away from the orchard. The hand that held the curtains together trembled, and the eyes that watched were wistfully conscious of the springtime blossoms raining down from the apple trees and of the springtime's freshness in Millie's pretty face and gleaming hair. Could this be the Miss Nancy who had gone into the gallery an hour since, prim, severe, dignified, to meet Alonzo Bur ton, who had been her sweetheart years and years ago? No doubt he had forgotten all about her-boy and girl sweethearts-what did they matter to a busy man? She would never let him see that she re menlbered. And even if he had remem bered, what a dreadful thing the mem ory must be to one who saw her now...

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. — 26 June 1903

WHEN I'M A MAN. When I grow Into a great big man. And buy what I want to wear. I'm going to have trousers a mile or two long. And never w:ll brush my hair. I'll buy a silk hat, with a very tall crown. And carry a gold-headed cane, -1l not wer a necktie--it takes so much time To untie and tie it again. I'm going to eat candy whenever I please And p'ay on the strect till it's dark. With peanuts my pockets will always be stuffed. Oh, say, won't I just have a lark! 'll hitch on the icewagons all that I please, With no one to make me get off. I won't be polite to a nurse ora girl, And my hat I never will doff. And never, oh, never! will I go to bed Before it's at least half-past eight. Ah! a joly good time I'll have when a man, You'i; see if you only just wait. -Boston Budget. THE DOG WHO TALKED. His E~es, Ears, Tall and Mouth HeIped In Carrying On as Intelligent Conversatione. When two years old Ben was noted for intelligence and industry. One of the herders remarked of him, one day. th...

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. — 26 June 1903

.iTB SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Pubi shed Every Friday at Whmfleld, La. BEN COATES ....... ...... Edi or. En .-&ed ,s Secon'l .tiass Mail Matt,:. *UBS~CI:PTON. - - - On: Dollar A Yr. Otfcias JaPal:--T'r. ..isr'rt is the (fcia..l Journal of the Plice Jury, of the Sci.h.,l ]Oar ..:; "". 1, n: i.r winleld In: *:rtetnt N tics The cui'' .:, , i;'." , Tt _r'~ - '.5tlt . .,' . - r;"}.. .r t arci. : :. t P r , '.l r · .- : t I I . . ' ' , : . . " . ~.: rcl!~ d ·:t: ;- · ire parish 4,1 ae 1 14C I'.l- tn c·-i-r ',· . v',i ")1'if I' l"'t 1 he i 7 .. . i L.IIgI. for 44. 44 -in n S.. "i'JSNTINEL Ii. 9: » Winnefie' '4 F ':'AV, JUNE 26, 1903. i..: . k v i - ..uffcriug fromu :s ~ - ---~--~ - f+ t ,'n a drought and a fl,,1 we i-'1ffTr !wither. Patr iot'-m. a rule, doe< ,* The drought I emCCIs to be < Ih t r o h'- 'l t . C hicago i- v v :'ing a clean !!irt. 'The laundry ýtrikie has º,,kn patched up. East St. Loui- h;as been in thl: swim. Likewise Kan·'a City and a few other villages. If Sir Thomas ...

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. — 26 June 1903

L-ocal And Personal Hughes. of Dodson n treets Monilday. ; lixon. of Wheeling the WVteki in town. ,mith, of tile .-oc)onld OW tr'I 31 ',. L; ennedy, of (Coulev. , vi-itor ! re. T,(' .1. 3i1. A ,r, )n-. of Sill., r;. * iri'ng :i:il ,! the Ii. . Flotcilr. of Vcrdta. vi r ' ,re lir -t tf the .I. .iElliott, of Ruhston. pre " ,:e.day on a visit to Clhi; McGee(. of Pollock. Slo:,..* in the City Barber here. J. 1'. :, tc.ok a run over w iprt i aturday and re A. W...ki::P-. a mill man !ton, w:ii here first of the Drospecti -,,. J. L. Dt#hciu, of Verda, ,ong the ),.:'-- \ visitors to ty this wAe:k. J. E. Wat'ers. of Dodson. song the vi4itn rs to to w\n F this week. J. L. Pincka.l. publisher Dodson Timin- - peat Sun d Monday hl:rK F. M. McCain. Of St. Man ras among fhe hu -iness vis p town Tuesday. UeH. Sandlin was here Sthe week doing the tmer in the grocery line. Annie Lee Miir-on, of og, is visiting her lrother. J. Mixon, here thi \week. 0l aR.RGentry, of D)dson, -t~rday here to hear the I...

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. — 26 June 1903

- OfflcbiI I), ....BoJ :\ 'I - Ir in we DeMa=-. ITh Louldv Bike-I'm gettin' along slick now. Always asks fer work at me S..z trade, and never gits offered any. • Weary William-What do you pre tend to be? "A tombstone carver." "1 And don't you ever git offered a "Naw. I keeps away from towns -<W.-'ota got trolley cars."-N. Y. Weekly. Departed the -me lay. . "How did you get in?" asked the Smanager. "I came in on my face," answered re the deadbeat. When he landed outside he passed his hand carefully over his scratched and bruised face and remarked: "It looks as if I came out the same way."--Chicago Post. Drummif Up Trade. "Sir," began the caller, "I would like to marry your daughter." "What?" cried old Roxley. "You're a perfect stranger to me; besides she's engaged." "Sir, I did not say I wished to be mar ried to your daughter, but to marry her. I'm a clergyman, sir, and I need th# fee."-Philadelphia Ledger. There Are Othera. The other day a young man gave a reason for not dancing,...

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. — 26 June 1903

About Tear Vaeatlos. lttle journeys to lake resorts and moanm homes will be more popular this sum r than ever. Many have already arranged eir summer tour via the C'nicago, 1il eiakee & St. Paul Railway and many more going to do likewi-e. Booklets that will elp you to plan your vacation trip have just n publi-~hed, and will be sent on receipt f postage, as olows: Colorado-talifornia," six cents. In Lakeiana" and "Sommer Homes," six cents. Lakes Okboji and Spirit Lake," four cents. F. A. MILLER, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. A possible Expl,anat:On.-"This paint ." sad t:.e art dealer. "'s worth $5,600." Sel. e'" exclauIed JMr. Nurox. "'Oh see that ti.ere trarte n oitd gold, ain'tit' Philadelphia Ltdger. Shake Into Your Shore Ilea's Foot-Esae. It cure- painful, swollen, arting. sweating feet. Makes new shoes s.- Sold by all Drugeists and Shoe Storea. 't accept any sub-titute. Sample FREE. ddressA. S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. Talebearers are just as bad as talemakers. cridan. Good...

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. — 26 June 1903

Easy Pill Easy to take and easy to act is that famous little pill DeWitt's Little Early Risers. This is due to the fact that they tonic the liver in stead of purging it. They never gripe r.cr sicken, not even the most delicate lady, and yet they are so certain in results that no one v.ho uses them is disappointed. They cure torpid liver, constipation, biliousness, jaundice, headache, malaria and ward off pneu monia and fevers. PREPAXZD BT E. C. DeWITT £ CO., CHICAGO Don't Forget the lame. - EARLY RISERS OELINQULENT TAX SALE Tovn Tax Sales of Immovab Property. T.,wil: , ,:Wi.ait:i versus Delinquent T: I ',tors. By vlrtue of the authority rested in me I the. cnstitition and laws of the State L, ii-iana. I will sell at the principal door : court h.iust. in the town of Winntiel .vithin the Icgal hour s for judicial sales, b . a': ; . f !l o'cluck :.. Ill. "n S.A.TIII)DAY. JUNE 27th, 1908. ne.; il. ea;c succeeding day unt -4idl :. : c~,m*nletcd. all immovable propert •I whilch t.xes are ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 July 1903

TIE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Ast dvcrtdl wf P ape r ClrC.at1 in Wln Parish.' DEBVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND T tI DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Substrlptio O Dole per p ear.'Tar sh in Advance Volum Xe WINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903. Number 1 7TTEMPTED SUICIDE. Deputy Sheriff Takes Arsenic With Suicidal Intent. About 6 o'clock last Sathrdt:y. evening I)eputy Sheriff W. B. Garret attempted suicide by tak inga dose of arsenic. He in formed his family of his desper ate act. and, with a pistol in his hand, laid down on his bed, warln ing everybody to keep away, or they would be shot. The alarm was raised, and a score or more of citizens gathered at the house, to several of whom Mr. Garret repeated his warning to keep away. Mrs. Garret was finally pursuad ed to apprqaeh as esey as possi sYe, and while ur.'ypnstrating to grapple with him. This she bravely did, the pistol being ex ploded between the bodies of the two, fortunately without harm to anl one. E e.g E.' Swofford jnd Mr. C. D...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 July 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. HOW DINWIDDIE COUNTY WAS ORGANIZED , CALVIN GOODRICH o. rfs, n.o., by nAts try Pub. 4J UTHAT puts me in mind," iater I rupted Capt. Baggs, "of the organization of Dinwiddie county." Our somewhat. contentious conversa tion concerned the relative merits of Kaffir and common corn for fattening purposes. The pertinence of Capt. Baggs' recollections was often start ling. For instance, the subject of Herefords would suggest to his mind the exactions of the shoe trust4 and a simple assertion that it was "gittin' 'bout the time for buckwheat cakes to let up" recalled the Astabula wreck. Shifting his feet from the bricks, which held one corner of the store in precarious security, to the edge of the grocer's counter, thus effectually cut ting off escape exc.pt by the window, Baggs proceeded with the narration of theearly annalsef Dinwiddie county. "It was a dry season at New Athens, a name, by the way. which supplanted the vu...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 July 1903

,i ~- Jl mn -- THE AUTOkRAPEMQULT. Easy Maetho et f talDsh Money g.r the Churce or Other Phil amthrople Purpopes. One methcd for raising money which we hnae tried in our church is the making of an autograph quilt. The blocks were of bleached muslin, 16 inches square. On each block a wheel-shaped piece of turkey red cal BLOCK OF AUTOGRAPH QUILT. leo was sewed. The diameter of the wheel measured from the outside edge of the rim, was 14%1 inches, the diameter measured from the inside of the rim was 11% inches, the diam eter of the hub measured from-the outside rim was 51/ inches and the diameter of the inner circle of the 'hub 2% inches. The illustration here with shows the pattern of the block, greatly reduced. The wheels were first basted carefully on the muslin blocks, then the blocks were distrib ated among the ladies of the so eiety with the request that they whip the edges of the wheels with red silk thread-which was given out with the blocks-and secure names enough to fill the w...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 July 1903

THE Sour eW SENTINEL. Peublse evey Pi1., b wk JIM. l. LN COATES, ...... *.. *mm BOWm B- tetred as sees ls ml Matr. SUBSCRIPTIOY. - - - Ose Dollar Year. Oficsd: Joarnl:--Tam Imn&a is the Ocil Journal of the Pole jury, of the School Board, and the T5ou o WISIJAl. aps rasNatsm. SThe eubcriptios pie of Ta swima .5 Str pey0eatr. ceta foM atha. S safta or three months, ad mus be or the iome he paper t wanted belo s e name will be enroll on the iat. Moey e.s be mat by expream or postai mosey erie, by cheek or rqeistered letter. MSae a eokamad ord.rs parabie to Tai SUolWW11 SYl5 Staas Sauram.covms the elntre prish and 'where stock is lost tLy the owner should Immedimtely send a desl.as mi mam, with it to pay for two leaatom bl ti. Thim will often sare muoh time hl· for lost stock. The law requirem that cll otieas ad 'advertisement shall be mb the o Icial journal of the parih. s the o*cial journal of the ere tck ts estrayed the notice 1.th be sent in us at once. .e other ipes ol the 'str...

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. — 3 July 1903

Local And Personal Saturday. J. L. Dark, of Sills, 'was here this morning. J. W. Boyctt, Sr., was here to-day from Sills. J. A. Boyett, of Sills, was a sjtor this morning. W. M. Brister was here from the third ward today. D. E. James, of Rdoal, w as among today's visitors. T. SCollins, Prairie Home, w s on our streets this morning. C.C. Allen was here again i from Doolittle in ward two. SJ. H. Gentry, of Royal, was I Mong the visitors here today. M. Boyett, of Royal, was at' tesding to land business here . may. W. S. Kelly, of Gaar's Mill, ~ is one of today's visitors to Dr. A. P. Collins, of tge second " , was doing around in town W. E. Chapman, of Newpo circulating among friends T ýoday. fW T. Abrams, of the seventh a was among today's visitors S city. S RaBbb,. a winsome I from Vienna, is visiting the Clvin at the City Hotel. Poter, of the second ward, A +m today and ealled in to his asbeoription to . The cc eMonday. J. M. fetes, of Hudson, today. s Fetgiaon, of Alan4a, was on bu...

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