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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 3 July 1903

i ý:. ii ý ýI "I Amb.gaus. Miss Crochet-Yes, Mr. Sqeesicks seems to be a very nice sort of aman; but sometimes he says things that are so queer. Miss Pedaler-For example? Miss Crochet-I was saying to him that my Cousin Tom came to hear me play almost every evening, and that Tom was very fond of music, and he said: "'And yet he contin ues to come." I wonder what he could have mncant?-Boston Tran script. Aptly Put. Y"What," asks the indiviedus who al ways is studying conundrums; "what isthe difference between a phonograph and a woman?" "That's easy," asserts a gentleman who has just been compelled to give up all his money for the new-dress de nmand. "Because you start a phono graph talking by giving it money. but you stop a woman's talk that way." Judge. - Semethlag Radically Wromg. "Sarah, there is something wrong Twith thiu child," said the minister, stop pia~ in his midnight walk with his child in his arms.. "What makes you think so. Isaiah?" asked the wife, fronm hets warm bed. "W...

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. — 3 July 1903

ANGEIF-LUE Sie sensible advice to wo an trough th e paiful" and annoying symp tomns experienced by most women at this period of life are easily over e. by Lydia E. Pinkham's yegetable Compound. It is espe cally designedt o meet the needs of woman's system at the trying aie of change of life. It is no exaggeration to state that ga. Pinkham has over 5000 letters like the following proving the great ulue of her medicine at such times. -* "I wish to thank Mrs. Pinkham for w hst her medicine has done for me. My trouble was change of life. Four ago my health began to fail, my began to grow diy, my eyes pined me, and at times it seemed as Smy back would fail me, had terrible pIl across the kidneys. Hot flashes w eery frequent and trying. A friend advised me .to try Lydia S p Pinkham's Vegetable Comn p.nd. I have taken six bottles of it -ludm to-day free from those troubles. a ot sm in high enough terms Sthe ein 1 recommend it to all *ad wish ever suffering woman would i It a trial. - BLL.A...

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. — 3 July 1903

Easy Pill rasy to tso sad essy to set Is at famous Ittle pill DeWitt.' Little Early Risers. This I due to the fact that they tonic the lver In stead of purging It. They ever pipe nor sicken, not even the most delicate lady, and yet they are so certain I results that no one who ses them Is isppointed. They cure torpid liver. comstlpation. tiliousness, jaundice, headache. malaria and ward off posu monla and fevers. !mwas ar S. DeWITT CO., C. EAGO ea't Frv t tl h . ARLY RISERS Notice. Taken up at my place on June 21, 1903, one pony nmare about 12 years, old, light yellow, white main and tail. Had a small bell on. Branded with "Aa " on left tlip. The owner will come fow4ri, prove property and pay gost of this notice oi the the same will be dealt with as the law 4irecse. *.J. II. KIwo. J26-3t. Hickory Valley, La. No Pity Shown. r- "1 r years fate was after me qomtioppV ly" writes' F. A. Gul ledge, Tebj ena, Ala. "I had a terrible ease of Piles causing 24 tumors., Wheu all failed Buck len...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

v;: A vrXti - Pa."r ChtLtl isa Wiam PANs. DEVOTED TO THE INTBEItESTS OF NORPTH IOU:SIANA AND T1 DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscdriptisn One DoUllar pt1 r Cat. in Aldv.Ice Vo- une X. WINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1903. Number 17. I- " *'sdFC~;w - j:ic; _ ;'"·t;· __ ,` . . ... ..L ; . . . . C.I- -- ·m| | i ~ m BROKE A GLASS. tee Ball Goes Through Glass Front of Grisham Buildang.. Nearly all the time some boys Sa be seen throwing and catch iog a ball on our streets and it is :-dangerous for children and in Sative people to be around when pceh sport is going on, as they are rble to be struck with the ball. pisturday while a number of boys -;ke practicing with the ball, it w-as missed by one of them and t-rashed through one of the show dows in the Grisham Drug yompany building, breaking one ~.t-the 34x54 panes of glass. lver Wallace threw the ball, ut did not throw it at the build i3g,it being diverted from its ~ by the effqtt tW catch it. 7 damage in this case is about and should be. i warni...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

The Southern Sentinel BUN COATES. Editor. WINNlFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. THE MASTERPIECE. A man once, when the day was drear. Sat down and wrote a simple rhyme. And sent it forth, and, far and near. kis poem went the rounds. in time. Is later years the man grew rich And people called him great, wherefore He scorned the simple verses which He'd written when his heart was sore. Regretting that he had not burned His poem ere 'twas ever seen, The offspring of his heart he spurned. And deemed it something cheap and mean. He died, and men forgot the things That he supposed had made him great The formal interviews with kings. The service rendered to the state. The simple, honest little rhyme. Which he had managed to disclaim, The world preserved and called sublime. When no man knew the author's name. -8. S. Kiser, in Chicago Record-Herald. Betty and the War Party ' By FRANK H. SWEET. (Clopy gh M. by Doy Ieary Pul e.) W HEN Willett Rodgers left the Plymouth colony and moved dcwn into southern R...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

e Ouookfor oman Suff rag By CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT president National American Woman Suffrage Association > _ Though the past season has seen no such great woman suffrage victory as that of a year ago, when Australia conferred full suffrage upon her women citizens, yet the winter's work has not beeni without encouraging features. Australia is perhaps about to take another step in advance. There is on foot a movement to seat a woman, Miss Vida Goldstein, in the parlia ment of that great country. Miss Goldstein is known to many Americans through addresses de livered last winter in many cities. With restrictions in some provinces of Canada, women now municipal siffrage throughout the British empire, ex in South Africa; and Ifere the premier has announced intention of introducing in the provincial parliament a bill con it. In Holland, too, the social democratic party has Just added ' pal suffrage for women as a plank to its political platform. In this country "during the past year woman...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

Ti£ SouEfRn SENImNEL. y - -d Jc 'r.. FrLy at Wiaufcld. La. pEJ4 Co4TES . ......* £dRtt'. rte:!, e c Second Cto -, l ?t atter'. - - Oze Dollkr A Y e*. is the OIkMial o the Police .L:.ry, of the School 13ý. .. ..O.e Wi of Wuiontield - - otn Notice. • b'(" + °. pr'ice of Tts SE: 'rTtEL I' S1 is " o !." o t!o smr onSthy .6 cents o. three mno" , and - Iu. tbe , b id for the .w ri-e rnted before the nsamewill b. :.uli.ed o, th Ii,::t. Money can be sLt by s ourc.+r pO.DA, J.;LetY order, by check or re gi.t ^r.d it:, r. `takc ail cbeckr and order . t t TIE f. ORTrEu: OEE.r1L • IRE SLE.7,FJ.F cove . the entire parish and. s.Uer" otoct I lost or .tr..yed the owner should insraedistcl' v ni -de.cription of same. with 1 :I to p.y for t%:o in 'rtion3, to s. This will: oftcr cave r.uu:h tame in huntintL for lost stock. - h t t rcquircc tibM ol estray notices and a.tder!ijelenta hai be Diubl. hednth .Offi~ai ,..unr. J ci the pari.. T sn._ _ is the ofciciol joCtT.SJ of the part'h and where stock is...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

Local Ad Personal Friday. T. H. Mathis came down from Calvin yest'erday and returned this morning. The editor's wife was quite ill today and yesterday, but is growing better. Charlie Wasson was here from Calvin today. Many interested patrons of several schools were here today before the School Board to have disputes settled. Ralph McCain was here yester day from Catahoula Parish. He is with the I4. & A. surveyors. Saturay. 0 Not many people in town today nearly overybody either gone to F Chautauqua or picnicing. SManager Shavelier of the handle factory, went up the road this morning as for as RuBton. Prof. John Coker was here L from Beach Creek where he is . teaching. Our editor received a com mission from Baton Rouge this i morning and is now a full fledged ~ otary Public for the Free State V of Winn. Monday. !4. .Tallos, of Currey, was a Iiitor here today. SAll tnembers of the police )ury Al mem is during the forenoon, saome ei in last night, and the body 'seunbled in regular ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

ORDER llFRAUDS . r. SchemaS for Bleeding Gulli e- Newspaper Readerse - sit Ogee wareas of Inaspeetlo Kept S sea Iavestlsatnla All Srts of DIshoesut sad Allhr [Speelal Chicago Letter.] T HE alleged frauds in the post of fice department now beingaired at 1Washington are supposed to tnvolve hundreds of thousands of dol Sars. The % hole country was surprised 'when the enormous sum--410,000 here, 950,000 there-were mentioned as frac *ione in the supposed corruption fund. iet this is but a bagatelle compared irith the simply gigantic frauds inves .tigated every year by the inspection of Uncle Sam's mail. .. ----Swiniles aggregating $15,000,000 to $2- 0,000,000 are unearthed every year by the post office inspectors, and proven in court. Thefts by letter carriers or post ofice clerks constitute only a small portion of this. The greater palr of the frauds is perpetrated by so ealled business men, who use the-mails f or schemes that draw the dollars out at the pockets of gullible folks month ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

ikinS along the tier ter the _-,rc . was over, saying kind lyto 4 ou. tortunate sons 1of A da stapisb i front of cell 02 on the. th oor. She said: "My good. kid man. what is the world ever put ot in here. He said-"Saesafng. She said: "My goodaes! Xow in the world could they put you in here for ees. Ssaid: "I woke the entlemasa p. Cook County Jail Journal. savesd Hls Life. Whitehall, Ill. June 8th.-Mr. Loa Man lay had Brght'sDisease and after his home doctor had treated him for sometime he fnally told him that he could do nothing more for him and thathe would surely die. A friend who had heard of what Dodd's Kidney Pills had done in cases of Kidney Trouble, advised Mr. Manley to try a treatment of this remedy. He did so and everyone was surprised and elighted to see an improvement in a very short time. This improvement graduall_ kept on as the treatment proceeded, till sow Mr. Manley is well. He says: "The doctor maid he had done all he could for me. He ge me up. A friend advised me ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 10 July 1903

tasy PINl f too sad eay tact Is at famos. attli pill DeWitt's ULl Early .lsers. This Is due to the fact that they Ionto the ave in mtaed of purging It. They never gripe aor dcke, not aven the most delicate lady. and yet the are so crtaln In medals that no dna who uses them Is mppointed. They cwre torpid lver. cointpaoneU biooasnees, jauadic headachem. aris sad ward off paos moaia and fvern. . C. DeWITT CO., CHICAO EARLY RISERS *HARTER. St. Maurice Gin Company, L't'd. State of Louisiana Parish of Winn. - Be it known that on this the st, day of sy, A. D., One Thousand Nine Hundred and , (110e) Beforeme, B. B. Allen, a Notary Pablic in and for the Parish of Winn and State of Louisiana, di commissioned and quali id, the i ~pn the th witnesses herein ie named aid a ersigned, came and ap peared the several persons whose names are hereto subscribed who declare that, availing themselves of the proviaions A the laws of this State relative to organlzations of corpor stions for the work of pub...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 17 July 1903

-THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. S Adver.i.g Paper Cr g W WM PWt. DEVOTED TO THE INTESTS OF NOTH L.OISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC P~RTY. u cpto One D per tr Csh n A.. Vo! ne X. WINNFIELD, LA.. .FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1903. Number '* SHORT $2o,ooo. Sheriff Thompson of Bosler Par ish has Twenty Thousand Dollars Deficit. Shreveport. July 12.-A re r port w.a generally circulated in this dry yesterday to the efflct that A. R. Thompson. sheriff of Bosier parish, is in arrears to an Soun t approximating $20,0,00. Citizen- of Bossier parish, who were in the city yesterday. confirm. the truth of the report, but none f them were prepared to go into -.detait,. Great sympathy isexpressed for St-heriff Thompson, who is a pop ular officer, and has a legion of friends. It is even hinted that he is not personally culpable, 'but is a victim of misplaced confidence. - One story has it that he placed a `tnumber of parish bonds in the riandis of presumable responsible parties, who when called upu wrrere unable to produce...

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. — 17 July 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIEL.D. : LOUISIANA. THE LOG MEETIN' HOUSE. Sunday mornin's when the sunshine Seems to filter down as still, An' the leaves aiu't hardly stirrine An' the fur-off wooded hill Looks as hazy an' as distant An' intangible as dreams, Then I know a haze is hangin' Over all the country streams Then I see the brethren gather In the way they useter do By the little ol' log meetin' house My happy boyhood knew. When I'm tuslin' with my collar With my chin up in the air,. An' the city chimes are ringin' 'Think. oh, think of Over There!" Then s the times I quit my wrigglin' An' I see an ol' log church In a clearin' by the roadside. An' I see the ragged birch An a- bunch of dogwood blossomi Are a gracin' of the pew In the little ol' log meetin' house My happy boyhood knew. Just some little ol' hard benches Used on week-days for the school. But the winders all wide open An' the breeze a tricklin' cool From the bch an' pine an' maples That flung shadder...

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. — 17 July 1903

WELL ORGAitZjIi Department of Cc mmerte Ran on Business Principleas. atr*3*~'3 tora Take V1~eo Je 1 S-eicretary Cortetybt prias to Consollddte Two piubursi3E Osees. On the i-t ci July the burau of ucuu.erCt~ of the department tte, whish l:bs charge of the col tioa', publieait"n and distribution Sthe com::.ercial reports of consular .rsa, wi e transterred to the de rtmen ttf c mllnerce and labor, and onidated ;\ ith the bureau of statis ah.ich is to be transftrred from treasury to the new department. e collectiou of the reports will be e through the consular officers, er the direction of the secretary of te, through whom the reports will transmitted to the secretary of com rc and labor. The two departments expecttd to work in harmonious co tion, as the functions of each are early defiLed and there is full agree -t between th.-m. Mr. James C. Ioasghan. who has been chosen by tary C.rtelycu to edit the re s under the supervision of Mr. in, chief of the bureau of statis is a professor i...

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. — 17 July 1903

t.-E SouTnhRN SENTINEL. Publtshed every Pay at Walld.M La. BEN OATES, . .. ...... Editor. Entered as Second Otass Mail Matter. iiUBSCRIPTION. - - - One Dollar A Year. Official Jourial:-Tea BSETIN.IL is the Oicial Jirral of the School Board, and the Town of Winndeld. -nqort Natice. The subscripton pr of T . SrtI.ML i - :.-r alr, 50 cedt for aox month, cent, or:trce months. and foust be paid for he $I .,e the paper Is wanted before the. nme wil fe enrolled on the list Money can be sent l,^ ezpre-'or postal money order, by check or r,_gi tered letter. Make all checkh and orders parable to Ter SoTrMSi.N BSafritNL. Tas SE.eIT.ZL covers the entire partsh ,L.t whec sretock Is lost or strayed the owner should inwwediately send a desoription of samne, with $ 'o pa" for two inse.rtlon, to us. This wilt often save mulch time in hunting for lost stoCk. Tc. lan requires that all estra- no:iecs and a-+crti..cmnt- hali be publiahcd lnthe official Iiirnal of the parish. T'e Sf.IcTtEL Is the otfci"'...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 17 July 1903

Local And Personal Saturday. Ira Drewett visited Shreveport today. The concert at the court house l o;ight was" well attended. Superintendent White of the L. & A. came in on the evening train. G. MM. Wyatt and R. B. Ken edy. of Couley, were visitors today. Geo. W. Fletcher. of Flat k., way anmhg the visit(or to,!ay. Ole Mathson and. family have urned from Grant parish where y spent the Glorious Fourth. Messrs. E.W. Teddie and H.P. able came up yesterday from Maurice on a business mission. 8. N. Thomas, tie inspector for L. & A. railway. came in y from an inspection tour n in Catahoula parish. -H. M. Hasie, Jr., left today for' unibia where he has an en ment with the police jury of well parish concerning some work. Monday. Rev. J. H. Crosby visited Dod teday in the interest of the SConvention. SW. Shelton, of the Sardis unity, called at this office to move his ýuhscription E. H. Jackson came in Gansville this evening hav n called home on account mother's illness. Ibople of th...

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. — 17 July 1903

.I . S. CENSUS OFFICE. IIs Now in Charge of Mr. North, the New Director. erllam'a Sacessor Ha. Lorn Been Regarded am an Expert Ia Statis tice-WKa. Highly Esteemed by President McKlnley. The president on June 8 noified Mir. V'illiam Ir. Merriam of his acceptance of Mr. Merriam's resignation as di aector of the census, to take effect on that day. Mr. S. N. D. North, former chief of the division of manufactures of the census bureau, was tendered the position a number of weeks ago. and accepted. It was expected at first that Mr. Merriam would retire from eflice May 13, but M:. North requested him to remain a little longer, as he could not arrange his private affairs so as to take charge of the office be fore June r. Accordingly, that day was :ixed as the date for the transfer of au thority. Mr. Merriam has been elected vice president <f the International mer -cantile agency, and expects to devote ,himself to business entirely in the fu -ture. He will probably make his head .quarters ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 17 July 1903

I wisah to state i afrldh Y wg ltaw Srisig nm court "that thi rumor to ef ect that John Doe, now auder -dictment for murder, has attempted to r--mit suicide has no foundation in fact. I-w him this mornmp and he haretained - to defend his life. "That seems to confirm the rnmor " ai. the fudge. "Let the case proceed. "--.ippi. A Wema'as Duck. Dublin, M;ch., June 29th.-To the many women who suffer with weak back and pain ad tired feelings in the small of the back, the experience of Mrs. Fred Chalker of this --.ce will be interesting and profitable. . Chalker had suffereda vedl ry great jal with these back pains and although she had tried many things, she could find nothing that would relieve her. The pain kent on in spite of all she could do. --t last she chanced to read the story of mother lady who had suffered with the ckache, and said she had been cured by a remedy called Dodd's Kidney Pills, and Mrs. salker thought she would try the same Aite the first two boxes had been taken -.co...

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 July 1903

SWAY OUT " S +tropp 1". ta am" ce ffaaal too 9owaooo Moo R. iVTI.LA.RD KNIQHT b beun a widower and a'lon so long that by the strang law which rules our a.orta attme In such matters the h.ue u~d~lairowad time whteu be be ot been alonae the time ot sweet cow panionshdp so dearly cherl~hed in hi beart, seemed to be c.mling nearer. He ccupied the upper door of a amal building wtrcb he bad taken on a lees thirty yvars before and bad subee 4isently tought because be had no rIed to run the resk of having to mov away. 1'e oome aere copfortablt enough and had been suited to sad mesa as he ipssessed at the time o his marriage. The remainder of tbs bulkilng wuas rented to an expres comm pany, the soodl to a dressmaker aui half the thind to a young married con pie who were much In arrear& Th. other half of the thhird floor was vacant nld the fourth was Mr. Knlghts. S.Mr. and Mrs. Hadley, the third fooi taants. were eery unic people. as tbeh landlord would ay to any one whc wonlki lte.. If h...

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. — 24 July 1903

E i. l5its lartl;iM PMEC'- =..:. ;.t.;aro.« :iEb. DEVOTED TO THm INTBR~ TS OP NORPTIý LOJANA AND THE DeMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscriptlcea )r a pr . -: . Volumn X WINNFIELD, LA.. FRIDAY, IULY 24. 1903. WHISKEY BURNED. Bernice Boys Burned a Beautiful Barrel of Bocze. The Bernice record ofi .::s w.:> says: "On Saturday !ast trle vw s enacted a scene :n o: r At cevll which it is hoped Will-prove :a, ef fective lessbn. For som I t!:,C illicit dealers in liquors h!: .e ear rild on their bus.nes, in our gfiye in ddliance of "law :iad ~uic senti ont. and our citic:Aae ]ave been powerle- t'o b.a ,pi.as the trafic. Our authorities have endeared to do their duty; men have been arrested and fined, bat on appeal faildre to secure con vtion has resulted. Our citi pens determined the ti~fic shall besupprelsed, and the furmathion of a Citizens' Protective Leatue bla been effected.. the vork of Saturday was the first st~p of the committee appointed by the Lewies to purge our good town of liquor. The L...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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