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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 July 1903

e Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIi LD. : : LOUISIANA. A LIFE-TIME LOVE. Oh, I am tired of having you dead Tiredyf an anguish uncomforted. I never get used to your empty place, Nor cured of missing your vanished face. For a year's young love a man mourns a year Tou were half of my life for a lifetime. dear; And all of its sunshine, and all of Its spring. And the grace and sweetness of ever! thing. More love for the asking, old friends sad new? Tes; but where is a friend like youT All that woman and man can be. Lovers and comrades and friends were we. Did our love begin when our lives begun? Was there ever a day when we were not one? Had we ever a separate hope or fear. Oh, can you, can you, remember, dear? Oh. I am tired of having you dead Tired of waiting the word unsaid; Tired of the night and tired of the day; In the house that was Home until you went away. Oh. life-long love. don't you mind how we Plighted our troth for Eternity? "Tll Death do part us"--Oh, short and...

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. — 24 July 1903

_ALONG THE GULF & SHIP ISLAND RAILROAD IN MISSISSIPPL. There is, peraps, no section ot the whole South more attractivo or poe sessing so many advantages or so few drawbacks for truck farming or fra growing as the country now being opened up and developed by the "New Deep Water Route"-the Gulf & Ship island Railroad-from Gulfport, the young Chicago of the South, to Jack. so, the capital of Mississippi. It is in evidence now on he farms already in cultivation that these lands will grow cotton. corn. sugar cane, all kinds of berries, fruits and vegeta tiles. The lands lie gently rolling and well drained, the rivers and creeks all having high banks and rapid cur rents. A very luxuriant growth of grass is in evidence on all the coOn try from Hattiesburg to the gulf every month of the year, as are also thou sands of sheep and cattle, which would not know corn or hay should ,w see It. But desirable as these (9 kgb - mmm us, a"rm SLM T. .R, I 01 r 51 zI 0 0 . aes are or grasag and s...

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. — 24 July 1903

TP:r3 SOUTmERN SENTINEL. ;a;.).t::d Every Fr:1ay at Wianfidd. La. BE!N COATES. ...".. 3dItC. _3 r ; " i';^cr.r: C:ms MIai' matter. . IT1'`. -- Ce llar A Year. - -' ,º-.-:-..-;--'t:. z l ib the Official u! ý. "I r ...ý $2? Board, and the I. , v +" .:h>. 2: cants v: .-. : n. -:L.,e ai- d o t!'e ý. .. 'I S', tie baR' Wgl e. T` {2'c^ or ý._ 0 - a and t- O s 1. t -c c 't -r r-t-s' SeJ . 3 ra w(n'r: IL .'7 , '.. -7" r. .. i-;.' n C . 10i 1 el J OC i" " i ý. a r or lost 3 ocz.. ý"' r1' - nDOtiCe: -14 n". .·- ;CsI t cc nt;Leo: _.r.: !" : r ~ ?2. :"e ýs:- _-Fr. th i. . . k .." ' .1: n1Ere " 3.'..4 e - .`. . a'. t' .. 2 hould ic k~e d e ..Om t1he esi of t.,e er4 !-srI-fLis in no a es< 4e" c.:.ns o. the p.:.ý' Br' :_ ,j~~~?N B~Erinn~rlJ Lh. FI.L '.', JULY 24, 1903. e} :,, .:.)e t thing in the work p:,.- i a wheat crop esti. mn;rw to be \octh $65,000,0!,. PC.,-'- ,:ity !ep,a.d( on labor, S ,,nest labor should not - .. The :tiuton.bleb is' Ipore do .trw, tic to human life and iimb 'han 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. — 24 July 1903

was land convinced ne on the Bogers, of Pyburn, here and the poet close earlier. ollowing the Convention e old town on the hustle ves it a lively appearance. . Abe Ruben, the Royal Rex hat , ipf Ziow Orleans, was here ~l of the week calling on the (0. M. Tannehill, of Urania, Imt several days with his father, .R. L. Tannehill, here first of week. Constable J. C. Adams, of the ward, was here first of this , and gave this office a busi . W. Neal, of Olla, was here days of the week attending a contest in which he is . A. Martin, with the Riee Dry Goods Co., of St. Louis, here first of the week seeing NO. • . 4 . Silas Morris, of Waco, , is spending a few days friends here this week preached at the Baptist been reported over the that The Sentinel changed last week, but such is not .Ben Coates is still the windjammmng. Winnfield Handle & Man r Company has seeQred fager to fill the plaee r, Who resigned, factory will resume oper es taken in exchange of a Singer which you for cash at a...

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. — 24 July 1903

1.URTY BIG AIBSHIPS. AU Will Take Part in the Coming Races at Paris. SeatestS to Be Preesded Over by Sam tos-Dumont - All Worktag for the Solutito of seeret of Avian Flight. The airship races which are to take place in Paris during the coming sum iner will mark an eposh in dirigible balloon building. The most famous aeronauts in the world, headed by San tos-Dtmonat, will gather together in the French capital and there engage in a series of interesting test matches to decide which among their number has come nearest to a correct solution of the secrets of avian flight. Santos Dumont will launch three new vessels, any one of which. he is convinced. will prove a dangerous rival to those of Tour, the Lebaudys, the Spencers and other well-known aeronauts. By general desire M. Santos-Dumont -s to be the president of these airship races, and he is taking an infinitude of trouble to insure their perfect suc ccess. His airship station, the first: of -the kind, is now well forward in con etru...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 July 1903

d Indiana's IUspful S"I Feel Like'a` Na e Sas: F ^ S. -. JOHN W. IME . John W. Meng, 54 Jefferson Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., State Representa. polls Business College, writes: belkle that l owe my flue health to Peara. Constant travelaad feed ad water wrought havoc with my stomach, and for amonuths I a Iw.h ndigestion and catrrh of the stomrac. I felt that theonly was to ais dup o occupatlo whIah I felt very relactr t to do. ad. . Fawna as a b Icor catarrh I decided to gIrve it a trial, r faithfully for sir rk, whena I found that my treuhles had all and I seemed like a new man. I have a hottle of Perusa in ay dbse, and occaslnaly take a few doses which keeps e lam ecel. ""-Jh. W. Mer. common phaseso summaer need a good remedy. Asa tonic it is e. are catarrh of the stomach eellent. In the short time I have used weis. Perna is a specific for it ithbadoneme a great deal of good.' WiAs Brewer. Brewer, Representative If you do not dervepromptandsatie from Alabama, writes the factory result...

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. — 24 July 1903

~~PIIII }. b't Irk seed -7t* isset ! fags.et liats ipi D.WIru ' Njw L ebd bb RuJs Is dos to U. 4L t *M tsjiLo afsb iver I aSidqiu+lEt. Thw snwr pipe -asr oiaa sot alma t . s d1iia sad yet t. seso c Brain In Ir$* w one who uses thorn MI *They coaw Igrpid pMb.. e~r si'. isloorwess Jaudice, e .. jarmra rubdfes. esrdsr. siatltiM werd ol fpus sues ad iwe " ~O. uu'a 0060 moams EARLY RISERS CH*RTER. beiisee e.d that 0 ierle. a s J5.. lfýL .s b L D. J0 3.. a- ILa O. L ZtLlsu1d. J.,. Jr..W. J " , loushart n 0._r sa d a t - o owtha a , w ý. ~V - asepslae saRsa lbs4 sases atteo We t t o re osite, b s, ý'` ýis,~ ):Ies,.ýer. ý olbe oasd apot ads "adl aasers esid as + ..ý 1"Shall ;teowieks sad ...be -awes Rae and b ae 1di;tome V. bsm' e eslits n5Cth5ssYsadJPto b % OM " Y l'lto euete c hupsesgell boen - ronate m slan otiRypte Sad tieg " ?. ttbchaft or careaeac o .tall be d enirr~pstt. h aobesae lad dl tter the hi~as s[oco ai baeewb.U lasbijitv to Oaf, is c 36raend all irnoess shalJlaad~fo rl be th...

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. — 31 July 1903

THE SOUTHERN-SENTINEL. AdvertisMk Paper Circulths Wir ris. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND MIE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, Subscription One Dotlar per Year, Cash in Adance al. io; No. 20. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1903. Price 5 cents. DCE N. 0. BLANCHARD ANNOUNCES do Statesman Enunciates Platform of Principles Upon Which He Will Make The Race For Governor of Louisiana. n announced several lavys ago. s announced severalI days ago, i tice Blanchard has prepared a r in reply to oie addressed im by (Co. Wise of Shreve Surgi:* him to comply with wishes of the Caddo parish ocra.1v and bccome a candi for the goverLorship of LoGu ýa. The letter was given to puhlic Saturday and appeared iw Sun:day papers. It is as 'STICE BLANCHARD'B REPLY. New Orleans, July 25, 1903. n. Wi'n. II. Wise, Shreveport, LA. ar Sir:-Replying to your .r of June 2.3, I beg to express high appreciation of the stand en by the democracy of Caddo he purpose epxressed of sub ting my candidacy to the p...

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. — 31 July 1903

The Southern Sentinel B~EN COATEF. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. SUSIE AND THE ARISTOCRAT y H. T. PA RSOJVS (oopyrigb,1, s DsJ a ry tuPb O.o IS SIE tripped out of the great store and drew a sigh of relief as she emerged from the stuffy atmosphere. Now, thank goodness, she was able to follow her own sweet will for a few hours. She would hurry home, get a hasty supper, and then go into the park and enjoy the green grass and waving I trees which reminded her so much of the country home she had left to seek her fortune in the great city. Bent upon saving every precious mo ment she darted across the streetin or der not to miss the first car. And, in her haste, she failed to observe a bug gy dashing down the street, drawn by two handsome bays, tugging at their bits. They were u-on her before she realized it and would have trampled her down had it not been for a strong arm which encircled her and drew her swiftly backward. It was a daring act and the stalwart young fellow who performed...

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. — 31 July 1903

1ICES CORRUPT? Discussed by Senator De. pew nad Dr. Hillis. Attempts to Explait Why of itch Men A re Safer from as ptatioa The a Poor Boys Who Go to the City. tor Chauncey M. Depew has issue with P.ev. Dr. Newell t Hillis, of Plymouth church, n, who said at the annual con of Orthodox Friends that "We go to the devil on $50,000 a year a great many men I know are to the devil on that sum and are escaping it." all amounts to this," said Sena Pyepew, "whether a man has first belination to go to the devil, or, ,y, with power enough to re the temptations that take him If a man possesses the first or the second condition he can just go to the devil on $10,000 a year 000 in these days. ilies of large incomes give sons ral educatioa and it is not from ranks of these that those are re who throw themselves into dis tion. The number of those who at college who go to the devil is so as scarcely to be appreciable. It .-ther those wsho come to large from the country, sons of fami Wf moderate means...

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. — 31 July 1903

Pubmbed Bary RIFay at WImamald. La. SEMI COATES, ...... .... .. Editor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION. - - One Dollar A Year. Official Journal:-Ta S E.TINEL is the Official .lornal of the School Board, and the Town of Winnafeld. Important Notice . The subscription price of THE SETINELTi i> 1l per year, 50 cents for six :outbh, 25 cents or three months, and must be paid for the time the paper is wanted before the name will ,e enrolled on the list. Money can be sent by express or postal money order, by check or egiktered letter. Make all checks and orders Pa::-alde to THE SorTrnn's SENTINEL Tue SENTINEL covers the entire parish and wheir stock is lost or strayed the owner shou! .l:u.ediately send a description of same. with !It, pay-for two insertions, to us. This will rftrn save much time in hunting for lost stock. The law requires that all estrav notices and dvertisements shall bepublished in the official j.,urual of the parish. TH'u SENTINEL is the ,fficial j...

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. — 31 July 1903

PERSONAL POINTE S. paragraphs Concmernag Those We Meet and Hear About. A. J. Taylor and son, of the fourth ward. came down to at tend the institute Monday. Uncle Bob Jones was knocking around in town Monday after having becn on the puny list for several ý :: . J. A. Boyett, of Sills, attended the institute Monday. He enjoys them and is enthused over the Soutlook for this section generally. W. N. Dunn. one of the pros pcrous farencrs of the second ward, att~niicd the institute and was well plea-cel. The resi;lence and business house of A.. . Norrid at the cor ner of Main street and East ave nue are being given a coat of paiint. Miss Loua owers, who has been ill for so many weeks, was carried t to a sanitarium at Shreveport i BSnday where it is hoped and . believed she can be cured andti restored to good health. Cohl Chas. Schuler gave this 8 ,d.cea pleasant call while here a ai institute conductor. He said we have too many old fields in this parish. They should be in ltivation. g 2L ...

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. — 31 July 1903

'-,LOW 1 .. 06·· aeeaped a Life of W *e. First Tramp-Wot are yer so happy about? rei Second Tramp-I called at a wid- ma der's house fer something to eat, and the woman 'most killed me with So a club, an "Don't see nothin' in that ter smile ha mover. W "I wos jus' thinkin' wot an escape I had. She might 'a-took a fancy to me and married me."-N. Y. Weekly. ml An Epitaph. pr Here lies a man of wisdom shy. Who nature's laws defied; co K He undertook to shoe a mule- a That's all. He simply died. of .-.C.ncnnati Enquirer. of SCl -wUAL TO THE OCCASION. inj ph - St wi gr in "You owe $50,000, you say, and yet ,ot want to marry my daughter?" A aure;. unless you know of some a er way to get me out of the hole." S lieLende Blaetter. Advertising It. . . t -saye that woe't come ho. S cwson-eYou know young Jenkins S his wife thought before they were ,W ihed tthat their life was going tob lhwson-Well, they can't either of sing.-Somerville Journal. Panter fe nt Co areas. l. rs. Baon-I understand if ...

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. — 31 July 1903

A ea4 TIhtia S M7 issue of The Four-Thek New. mases it easier for ticket agents sad ticket seller to secure paisensers for dis snt parts of the eountry, for the rean -a that every article and every illustra tion in The Four-Track News is an in dAnement for readers to travel and see what a marvelous variety oi scenery and climate our own country possesses. The more these facts are impressed upon the average person, the more certain he or she is to have a desire to travel. There' fare, The Four-Track News is not only in the interest of all the transportation line. sad hotels, it also bears out the Ile-end do its title page of "An Illustrated Maa iae of Travel and Education."-From tLe rnfifalo Cormmercial. 'hy He Did It. "I want you to realize, sir." said the poliee magistrate. as he soaked the bru tal husband for 200 plunks and costs, "that wife-beating is an expensive pastime." "But, your honor," whined the miser able wretch, "I didn't do it for pastime. I did it as a duty."--Chicago...

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. — 31 July 1903

ks of Merit 9noniment to honest values and fair dealing. Anohera peopl in JMontfgomer W(ard 4. Co. is the unparalleled eolng this ear. Twice since January Ist we have boon forced i order to take care of our o eer increasing business. Lg)e build1ngs of the old, wpellknown Schuttler Wagon Company, house No. 5 and used for the storage of heavy merchandim No. IIll Be Ready In September valuable woe en' Guide ever printed wolt' be ready 6eeb Ipossible t print theiseatalogues as fast as our friends c ,nt tM.e, pon n eaibrly ppri tion, accompanied by the u:ua( fifteen cent. Be sure to ash for No. 72. In the m-antinw cL wilU fll year talogue. If you do not to lind us an order. u, and we will gadli sonry Ward 4 Co.. CAlcae-. p . . printe t te r flly 1 "" I *,.f.ya ,n S you are sted. r wine c nrr t of ha onv Chicago ____t older' in Aug. Id rs and cashier. trad each for payable STwiN. a. tlram J. se oa e?, cheduke of the LOUISIANA & ARKANSAS RY lI Effect May 31, 1903. u somUa sOUND iO(raT ...

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. — 7 August 1903

H.E SOUTHERN SENTIENL. ,g gAdertinu Paper C ,irclatifg In Whi Parbis. _ .. ';CDEVOrED TO THE IF_ O OT5 of ul_ I as \A _A_ ....I.E DA_ _TPARTY. T SabscriptknOnneDolarperYear. CashInAdarnc Ol. IO; NO. 21. N WINNFIELD, LA., Fe,1DAY, ,,i, ..T 7. I. Price cents. ala tFr I T ,I A Ao ...... ... JUDGE J. T. WATKINS NOMiNTED. Mass Meeting At Minden Launches A Boom For . Webster's Favorite Jurist--=Candidate Not in Favor Of Primaries---nis Address. V.- ----- The mnisslmeting and barbe c.eat Mindcu last Thursday was attended by citizens from thec Northwest parisrhes of Louisiana, the number lresent reaching 3, :. 0. Numbers of speeches were , mdle by prominent men from the different parishes and everyone p.dorsed the candidacy of Judge Watkins. Resolutions were = adopted endorsing Judge Wat Skis for governor and pleilging a-in the support of those present at the massniceting. ~, After the meeting had expressed -itself in the matter. Judge Wat tnes stated that he would accept te trust reposed i...

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. — 7 August 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN3 COATES. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. THE "OPEN SESAME." The man that grins and bears it Doesn't have so much to bear. For a grin is like a comrade Helpin' lift your load of care. And the griefs an' cares an' worries Hardly ever won't come in If you meet them in the doorway And say "Howdy!" with a grin. Grite won't ever cross your threshold If you greet her with a song. sorrow, too, will stop her ears up An' go flittin' right along. And you won't have time to worry Over things that might have bin f you keep your eyes before you An' do business with a grin. VWhat makes Nature so derned pretty? AIn't it just her winsome smile? Flowers noddin' ev'ry which way. Birds a s!ngin' all the while? An' the perfumed breezes chucklin' An' the giggle tricklin' in From the brook away out yonder. She's just pretty for her grin! She's just pretty for her daisles An' her skies' transcendent blue. An' spring-blossomed branches smilin' Throwin' kisses down to you; All the...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 August 1903

HýNE s`.NY - ot There! a.ML sew boarder gave a rapid yet ensive glance o,'er the dining sTls are looking for the prunes, I Mr. Horrocks," said the land -We never have them here-not there is a prejudice against bet because they are too expen May I offer you some of these stewed gooseberries?"-Chi Tribune. In Hopes. lwge--Do you believe that when db we shall inhabit some other ,-e-Yes; and I for one delight thought. But how can you prove it? Well, I know, there's one hi the moon, and I'm not taking ha°ces on the others. That's I'm bound for.-N. Y. Herald. What He Escaped. j'as, sighed the lovelorn youth, gave me the marble heart." W'lu,. It might have been worse," his friend. could it?" queried the dis eae. amight have married you," re (e consoler, "and made you her marble cake."--Cincinnati 'a'sa Fool. As a rule, Man's a fool! When it's hot Be wants it cooL When it's cool e wants it hot Always wanting What is not; x Never liking What he's got ' I maintain. As a rule. Man's a fool! S-...

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. — 7 August 1903

I SOIUHERN SENTINEL. P.mb.d Evay Pevr y at WLL.aad. La. BEN COATES, ............ Editor. Enered as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION, - - - One Dllar A Year. OMical Journal:-T.E SE.rINEL is the Official Journal of the Schwl Board, and the Town of Winnfleld. Important Notice. The subscription price of Tlon SENTINEL is $1 per year. ,: cents for sij nmonths. 25 cents or thre months. aid must be paid for the time the paper is wanted hefor the name wtl i be enrolled on the list. Sioney can be sent by express or postal money order, by check or registered ett. r. Make all checks and orders paYable to TaE SOUTEnRN SETINEL T E_ S n .TISb EL covers the entire parish and. where stock is lost or stra ed the owner should immnediately send a descrinption of same, with $1 to pay for two insertions, to us. This wilt often save much time in hunting for lost stock. The law :eqnures that att cstrav notices and advertisements shall be published in the oficial journalof the pariah. Tu. SENTI.KL is ...

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. — 7 August 1903

POINTERS. Ceeruing Those We l Hear About. brams, of Hill, was a Tuesday. ctin was here from Srst of the weck. H. Elliutt is visiting near St. Maurice. Kelley, of Gj.ar's Mill, the visitors to town r L. E. 1. Grisham after an attack of n, of Goldanna, was among friends here Coker, of Beech a visitor to town North State" tobacco here this week aggrnvat n, of Stay, La., is a n to The Sentinel's ebb and daughter. Miss visitors to town Tues Atlanta. McCarty, of Royal, was the week attending affairs. `Moore, from Prairie attending to business the week. rT. W. Boyett, of after 1buinc.,s in- 1 Tuh'eday. , . Jr .k dent White of the t Friday night in guest of the City was here Saturayv hold effects. lie at Urania and came fioving. bagging and tie list week taking al in which to ag cotton crop. k S. M. Abel and ch attended the pmeeting Saturday returning Mlml.:y. arrived with his 7y and will reside a member of the Co., which will mill on the Colfax --road six miles r pf our people zer campmeet...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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