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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 August 1903

CONVENIECE IN THE PANTRY The proper location for a pantry is e sear the kitchen range, and near also I to the dining-room; but, beyond the a waere matter of location, the interior arrangement is an important factor in lessening or increasing the labor of housework. The point to be especially aimed at is f such an arrangement of the pantry fit tings as shall bring every article need ed is cooking within easy reach of the KNEADING BOARD ON HINGES. Bousewife's hand, with as little mov ing as possible. It is the constanthur rying from one point to another to get this article here and that there that makes housework hard. It is well therefore to have the pantry as nearly square as possible. A square pantry gives the shortest udistance from any point to that point where the kneading board is located. In one of the four sides wi!: be located the door av. The best arrangement for the other three sides, toany mind, is suggested in the accompanying il lustrations. The kneading board should be...

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. — 7 August 1903

bdai" Wad Uad ie, '9ag q hlab a heap o' work to do a' gaum day wants to sit away ma' .. ....arngton Star. OLUTE SECURITY. Cenuine Carter's ttle Liver Pills. Nut sew Slgnature of -- m- Wrawp e Bdeow` , FOR UEABAAAf $ Fe. 0 IIIiE$. FOR BILIOUSSESS. FOR TRPIB IUVEI. FOI CONSTIPATIOiI FOR SALLOW SIR. FOB THECOMPLEUIS qRE SIC5K NEADACHL HAT'S .RONG? ae ayou sick ? D] yon feel under the weather? Mer from shooting or aching ? Consumption. ei your blood and nerves are in need of some special g food, like is a vitalizing and blood and nerve food, and scientifically, and safely drives disease the human system. .ot merely a food. only a medicine. a pleasant emulsion combin. bealth properties of both. Consumption and all Lung ýkaerywhere in large bottles, Over Two Pounds. SITr FR..E will be sent to everyone ed their complete address o postal card) to on Food Co Staest, New York I~ISFIURING p and Blood ,o Sam lIE F.lk. b dbu rbg of &mij the frightful pmetu ; ths loss of hair thel alp, as lsl...

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. — 7 August 1903

Easy Pill Easy to take and easy to act is that famous little Fill DeWitt's Little Early Risers. This Is due to the fact that they tonic the liver in stead of purn..g it. They never gripe norsicken, rot Cven the most delicate lady. arnd yet they are so certain in results ta'rt no one who uses them is disapp:irt.°.. They cure torpid liver. corstipation, bi,.ousness, jaundice, headache, malaria and ward off pneu monia and fevers. PREPARED 3T E. C. DeWITT a CO., CHICAGO Don't Forget the lame. EARLY RISERS CHARTER. rate of Louisianal, t P'ati-lh t Winn. 1903. Be it renuirh .ri t ha-t on this tle 29th. day or June. A..i' 1t:1.. .M. I' M:.sbt.,J. N. Elliott. n[ J. R. Dur. r ". l I. It. t . Elliott. M. F I." n Jr., lL. M. D rham T J Jenning. ! .rm L. . Jone , J. ta Holmes. il., F -h er, R. . t''cher, P. F Smith. W. I' .,'. ). 1...irklano. J. W Boyctt. Sr-.. \\. W. eI, Jr., \. .V2s hue. Itlao D E.Jat,, \\' .T t.JAr '. C. Alem. W. S n Kelly, .' :n r, .. . SowerS, person ally and h irx . -d It...

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. — 14 August 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTIN let A_____ .____ P___r CiriDE~oIEo To rzii in&i' 1r"'n\ -,I) FhE D MOlRArL . ni a Vol. :o: No. 22. - --- --- - LA. EeiD Y -! - - 4 - tO - :i" A NEWS IN PARAaRAPHS. SBrief :- nti ;ary of the Important Happeiin.gs of e t r: Week Throughout the Pelican State=--The Latest News. " '.:r". -ixteen icars old 7t, + U.l .(, hi:s brother-in-la, . Da.d','. i ltn ar Kentwood Sun. E. .,l-y uised a six-shooter aIend ki ' ,d,,-, Venable in Shreve. liiThe rti! Louist na Pianter." ssoc!:::i i' htl,! a three da%: eio. i h!,r eveport, beginning The i .i:'i of the Louisiana ..er, .i:,, h:as started up at r tcp.t. It is the first plant a te -eta' to turn out printed J-,udci, . 1'. . Watkins, at a bar becue in Wtster parish, stated h.te i ai tandidate for gov or only and would not accept uome other place on the ticket as tonipronmi-e. The city council of Alexandria etdverti,.ig for the sale of $28, of Lo-isd, which will be used paving purposes. The ,olvy of Nelson Jenkins, a white ...

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. — 14 August 1903

The Southern Sentinel BE. COATFS. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. WHO WILL BE "IT"? "On-ery, u-try, iek-ery. Ann. fillesy. follesy, Nicholas, John." Down In the meadows, the childrea at Play Tell their quaint numbers the oid-fashioned way; All in a row, while the counting is done. Lips tightly closed, and with eyes full of fun. Listening to catch every saying and sign. Waiting their turns, to the last in the line. Grandmamma smles, for grandmammas know The funny, old counting they said long ago. After the spinning-wheel lessons were done. Down In the orchard and out in the sun. Just a wee while before candle-light came. Grandma was off with the rest for a same. And she will tell, if you ask her, the way She and her playmates the queer words would say. In the same orchard, her grandthildren tell Riddle and catchword that no one may spell. Go where you may, 'tis the merry old game; Everywhere children may play it the same. Playing at tag the land over. they know The counting our gra...

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. — 14 August 1903

Old Signor ay 3m b .a~wy B-ary N.(b Wever saw Francesca? Ah, she a dream. She was the most girl I had ever seen. In a ballet, too; deuced odd I should there, don't you think? She coming out of a sea shell, or or other. «hen I discov -r. Such insinuating grace of charmed me; but I saw at was a novice, for there was posture a modest shrinking, .a her deep, black, lustrous eyes the story of innocent maiden eatraged sensibilities. what a dream of beauty! A lithe, sinuous, dainty as a 's; voluptuous in its tantalizing as a Moorish sultana, an ec .s every line. Her hair, black irave's wing, reached almost to idle. A poem of love was her the skin a warm olive, soft. sooth , while the red coral of her lips made the white teeth with a like polished ivory. It was. in the depths of her magnifi es that everything was summed ,mid 't the moment. but n ith possibilities unlimited; hate passion and tenderness, In and languor-I saw all there, 3l, I went around behind the the stage manager, DuIal. hi...

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. — 14 August 1903

SSENTISEL. Every Friday at Winafled. L.A. C GOATES..............Editor. 8atercd as I-, ~ co :d C laiS i rttr _ UCR IPTIO'TIO . - - - "t: I,1 .A\: Official Journal:-Tti 1ENT!): ti (t i?>: I papor:a- .ot N e. ] per .,r...lc n f.,itt t. :: . "'' 'H or Ihrr en ~rt a~f.ct' time the p: per i .r n be ernrotPd 1 nn ti i=:. I [oI: ca. l e I t l 1 ' Cxprrr, or p".<:al nune o i . c !'clo tH- regi '\FLel~ter ~ e::d 22ii I1 ( an.'' vber.2 or~ -tra'.1 t~il(' waive --hx' 'It aerip 'I~lt .If lnn . Ii fn $1 to ha. l..r tlw' inlcx - t' -. :1 u. Thin often tol ' much ! 1 ini. :tinn f :- st .to.>:. The lnr r res ch lt a!! entrav inot0U a-n' jourina ot the pamoh {I t: Y'T:2 :L i- t1 i oeijournal at t I, pa. an n . ere - -k eairayrd the rots; ciul \` 5~ . (.U11t i'd be! ±11 t(5 ill ". f i o t "x.: tthe 4.ia;e d 'tock; , Tr. cdit.'r of Itte up l-" . ' 1- in n" way xesponsible for *1?1 iee o: corr. pofdlents as exIePss".d through ,'e c .xl:ixn ,"t the paper. Addtcs a ll I~tte:-· - THE SOU'TEIRN SE...

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. — 14 August 1903

_0cr1fgAL POIN TE*. S Conl~errifl Those WeJ and Hear About. 1.'etle. of $t. Maurice, ofthelr wý ;k here. Hdof T .was a v is n first of tin- week. yis" (l'Yilc Sie s hna w7!t'k foýr mi' era I days. Salier. of 1 f1-*nt w\a\s visitor- to to'w Sat d frelitl« Io Iirýt of cifrich~tl< L+ rý t ires of ' 1 i r of the tow" folk at 1te Hud otin c.Il pineeting Nace rttarn ul'!'! tl S u nda y Shrevep " opened 1 UP _i\ohi1:v plir ,djournmutclt. nia#ny Vio the lawI r!o-t t. *a r here Sunday, the the Mi es Wall:ace. n' Sr.. was here recently vikiting his Durhanm. and family. Peters, w, ihha been weeks with contin s improving some Corkran. of Huston. here during the past yp in the interest of C. Holcraft has rented , the Park hotel, to and removed to *,of Monroe, is here hooking after business and in other sec parish. k 41 -has been on the local y~r than for some which indicates that Imot been good. L.. I). Kitchens, lited Mrs. Kitchens and 3iMrs. W. B. part of l st week. ;zletcher was here k fir...

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. — 14 August 1903

r ~t 7r J ToC FOR WATERING STOCK. Centrlvance. Recently Invented, Is Sk. to Prevent Animals from Befouling the Supply. No matter -tow pure a source of sup ply may be at hand for watering stock, if it is pumped into an open trough and left exposed for any length of time it-. 3oon becomes polluted and unalt for th animals to drink. This will not be the case, according to the Inventor,if the stock-watering appara tas here shown is put into use. If pare water is furnished to the tank or S-- 985 KEEPS THE WATEitPURE. barrel to which this fountain is at taced. It is claimed that there is no way by which the animal that is drinktng can make it foul. The wa nls r consists of a double drinking i bowl, made of cast iron, which is at tached to the outside of a tank or bar -i. On the inside is another chamber, l i"maleed in which is a brass float and lI, er, controlling the flow of the water tb the outside bowl. The fountain is v,.matic in its action, as the float Sit wil the water in the bowl ...

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. — 14 August 1903

7 -i,, She Will D It. Ildy Member of the Advanced Brl Vgde-I cannot understand why you mean seem to prefer the silly, foolish, inane women, who have not two thoughts in their empty heads. If I were a man. I should select a girl with a mind of her own. Yale Outsider - The worst of that sort of woman is that she is always so fond of giving pieces of it away.-Ally aoper. In the mountatn. IFem the hotel we see the hills That in the hazy distance slip Tie waiter. too, with gladness thrills As he goes on from tip to tip. Chicago Tribune. RARE OPPORT'NITY. Ae--Yes, papa is suffering terribly tui- gout-he can hardly move his "e-Babh Jove, Miss Goldie, some -Alg seems to tell me to speak to him Leob ,our engagement to-day--bah b -Louiville Courier Journal. Not Settsaed. - S boarder as be said farewell RdSainmed In terms emphatic: "Madam, I find your attic room . atirely too rheumatic!" --P. a. Punch BowL £ Pretty Goo Indlcatio. SWbat makes you think she's in love hbim?" x'.J.y, she's letting...

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. — 14 August 1903

Easy Pill Easy to take and easy to act Is that far-.us little pill DeWitt's Little Eariy Risers. This Is due to the fact that they tonic the liver in stead of ,- r.:g it. They never grp;e r.r s.:a. i:: t even the rlost delicate lady, :.d yet tt-y .v re so certain in res. lts that no one who uses them is d .T"y cure torpid lver, ,c, erat ;n, bli:ousness, jaundice, hea-che. r nalaria and ward off pneu r".-a and fevers. PREPARDo T E. C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO Don't Forget the Hame. EARLY RISERS CHIATER. St_.!t, of Louisiaua, itarih of Winn. . . ter:-.t. a, on" this the 29th. day r.1 A. I I.- t. M. U. M..h"t n.J. *. Elliott, : . : , J. 31. L t ·t;pr. I). h. Coates . J. L. *.l n; . !'. t <.il:i .. i i. . A. f;rishant. C. H. :i l l. F 1 tar i. i Jr.. C. 3. Durham. '1T. 1. .:!:64- 1Vt. .'.ri.: an, L. l . Jones, J. 1). H"It, u . ., i .ti h , I. 1H. Fletcher, P. F. h. .. L. Kirkland, J. '. ,, :". .. , %. V. l'oy.:t, Jr.. W . R. James, D. N. ., . T..t Arai::. C. C. Alter. W. . !'.-. : ....

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. — 28 August 1903

o THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. DE DEVYOTBD TO TIHE INTERESTS OP NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription One Dollar per Yr. Cash i Adnce SVol. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1903. Price 5 cents. ..LOUISIANA NEWS NOTES. !lhe. Important Happenings Throughout the State as Reported by the Press--The Crimes and Causalities of the Week. Hung Himnself. New Orleans.-Constancc Fo. y ret, a IbILker. hung himself over r, 01) lOo (on Caronielt't strcCt hirbil©a (ollector waitetd clowln k virs :ith a bill. Shot By a Black.Buck. Jea ierette.--About $ o'clock &S{nd:F: night Joseph Sanders, erthant of this place, was. fa is shot by Louis Nicks, a negro :! lr, gambler and tough. The ,egro escaped. but a posse is mearching for him. J. m .lstremski W rites Again. iz Baton Rouge.--General Leon st-.. mski has addressed an open _ er to Hon. E. B. Kruttschnitt is answer to the latter's sugges tioM to compromise on a conVen urea method for nominating State agoers. SA Double Primary....

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. — 28 August 1903

Southern Sentinel W ElDCO. lO EUSA ýISýºIELD.: LOUISI1S' ON THE MILL BRIDGE. *3 dity white the narrow road that winds adown the hi.. A yoadsr "neatk the eaestnat trees yet stands the gray old mall W eamned wals. gaping In she sun, tts ) ssed roof are as of yore. Al. powdered with unmeasu-ed toil, the miller in the door Eams, a he leant in other days--haf etig what he sees, s trousers rags at the hem and baggy at the ]keas ewe is the bridge across the stream where I was wont to sit. And now. as then, oCer water-grass the "da-rnagneed es" flt Awatch to sttch the Lps of I.ds and Ians:es who shall dare To tell a ta e that is not true or sleep without a prayer Tall spkes of vi.:d ca.-nai sti grow along the b-ook. And studying the sefsaxe song in so.e .ea'-clo'stered nook, A hermit-thrush erooas on and on. nntl the fretting pain Ot sad to-days has supped away. and left me cid again; A ehuid who. laughing. leans to watch a length of doating twt~e. And feels wth happy :ea, of puse a twitch ...

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. — 28 August 1903

1 1 fY 2 i;-CI~ DOLLY TAKES TEA. ea dolly sits down to the table, A J ev'rything s ready, you see .- cookies and water for Mabel. Ad wa:ter and cookies for me, j aibble and chatter with dolly, Ad offer her "tea" from a spoon, ~an often our meal is so jolly, I lasts through the whole afternoon. SMabel Jumps up in a hurry Ad says that she really must go, :J I say: "Oh, truy, I'm sorry, and dolly enjoyed it, I know." gayly we clear off the table iWhen doily has finished her tea, i -th cookies and water for Mabel, S.d water and cookies for me. t 4bert Bigelow Paine, in St. Nicholas. FI.EAsURE OF CANOEIONG. __l g l. Shallow W'ater One ot g e Delights of This Incompa... able Saunmer Sport. S-a a boy's acquaintance with ca has begun with a "dugout," a old log needing the skill of a bi rider to keep it right side up. y unsteady, it had the virtue --er sinking, and always promptly itself after upsetting the occu On many of the northern waters Sarm ago these dugouts were part the equipment of...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 August 1903

STHE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. SPa.bdhe Every PrMiy at Wlanfld, Ia. bEN COATES, ........... Editor. mEtered as Segoad Clla MaifMatter. SUBSCRIPTION. - - One Dollar A Year. Oflcl Jeurmal:--TB S.rnIEL is the Official Journal of the School Board, and the -Town of Winnfleld. Impertant Notice. The subscription price of Tuxr SE.TI.r L is $1 per year, 60 cents for six months 15 cents or three months, and must be paid for the S:me the paper is wanted before the name will be enrolled on the list. Money can be sent by express or postal money order, by check o0 registered letter. Make all checks and orders payable to THu Soerartn 85.rrs.EL 'e Ss-rrTINEL covers the eatice parish and .where stock is lost or strayed the owner should immediately send a description of same, with 51 to pay for two insertions, to us. This will often save much time in hunting for lost stock. SThe lhw requires that alsil estray notices and ,dvertisements shall be published In the ocial journal of the parish. SE 8T.mNeL, is th...

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. — 28 August 1903

Closing Out Our Summer Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices. If you want anything in that line, and want to save money, call on us at once, as this Merchandise must go. We are expecting our Mammoth Fall Stock, which will be the Largest ever brought to Winnfield. Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. M. 'M. FISHER Y O D Company, L't'd. O. K. Barber Shop. C. F. McGee, Proprietor. hal dcas barber work in every particular. Three chairs and none but first class barbers employed at union prices. Hair Cutting, Shaving, 8ham podog, Singing, Dyeing, Etc. as JI i 1 , s m Main Street, Opposite Court House. . NAL POINTERS. Concerning Those We . ost and Hear About. SLE. Kidd is spending at Easton. Machen made a flying Monroe Tuesday. Geo. A. Kelly visited Sst of this week. . Gmslam, of Dodson, bhe Sst of this week. SWallace, Esqr., took a the L. & A. Saturday. made a trip toi frit of the week.. retrned first of the visit to Shreveport. .aders, of Slls, was towp. middle ok -he Oscar Lawrence, of...

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. — 28 August 1903

OWSL ADDICTED TO THB HADIT. Old Gent-Don't you know that is a Vsery bad habit? Tommy--I know it is; I've tried for years to break myself of it-but it's no use.-Aily Sloper. Now a WaUllewer. Her past discouraged suitors. Thoulh. Her past held nothing wrong. It scared away each gallant beau Because it was so long. -Catholic Standard and Times. A Sank Outras*e. B ness Manager-And now what"'s the trouble? Iate Patron-When I gavr iSt man my advertisement yesterday $ip.pecl7y stipilated that it was to ron.Jn tha. am column with the stdy' W "hti emoan suspected of murder. Instead [ that it was printed right next to the ser pl a Sunday school convention. -aiutimore American. Pesitivel> armeaL heare!" exclaimed Mrs. Iashem, -ae~ her return from the dentist's, "I' glad that tooth is out; it will course, not," replied the heart heother half of the combination. beyoad the reach of your tongue *r IUttle Jehammy. I daon't see why my a tO s J should say thet r And scold and amte (alse . sdle Wh...

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. — 28 August 1903

I it ýt 1 7 r ý ( ý ý j La f t \ ý IE oUs KIDNEYDISEASES CURER GCreelG 9 aetiesel Seesud. in the Ce ef Chroec Awlets of the hidneyu. .IJrT. n. mars, oz ne r irst Wis ý.lry .regiment, writes from g street, Chicago, Ill., the letter: oeWrears Isaffered wfth catarrhol h.ajeys contracted in the army. rid not help ame any antil a who had been helped byPe. a to try It. I boughi ,and soon Imed tlessed Ikept taking it tourmontbs, s r well and strong and teel thi I have doe ifor the pas years, thanks to Paerana." es rnee of the frst syap - Kiley trouble, Peruns should This remedy strikes at once wery root of the disease. It at once the catarrhal kidneys of the blood, preventing the escape from the blood. Perunastim thekidneys to excrete from the _ ic. mtkt ngsioý p ýd tmes ,i~ji ;;I. - 1w rbuduin - ur nrNun 4 2~ "'Iv of drad of ) T6r .Lf*ZL*lb e O,~ ; ofd Tbo c45eItzer S4aches A5UISTABD'S - AGIDE TONIC. * $01., "II i,.L ah tihb"l w bst, a MESIT sure tofollow 1 if the poisonsm are allowed to ...

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. — 28 August 1903

An Aoimn J s rV Per Little P*gs NOW TUE Rabbit Trap Worked When the rabbit family strolled through the leld one day they came across a trap that bead been set to catch them. Mamma Rabbit and little Charlie Rabbit dkld't know what it was, but Papa Rabbit did, for he had lost a frst cousin through one of the things when he was quite a young fellow. "Don't go near it," he said to his family. "What is it'" a"ked Charlie Rabbit, sniffing around the sides, for he could HE PITCRHD L''rO JIMMY. nmell the bonchl of treh celery with which the trap was baited, and he was Just dying to make a meal of it. "It's a trap set to catch you by Jim my Jones, the farmer's son. Jimmy's father likes rabbit meat, and Jimmy wants to please him, so he thought he would get us in his trap and give us to his father to eat. But instead of getting in we will wait out here until the farmer comes along and see what happens" 0lo they bid in the tall grass until they saw the farmer and his son com ag pcross the fieLd...

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. — 4 September 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Best Advertisin Paper Circualating.in Winn Parish. DEVOTED TO THE INTEIRESTS OF NORiTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Ss:rip.timn One Do!ar rer Year, C.ash n .. C Vol. Io; No. 25. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4. 19o3. Price 5 cent LOUISIANA NEWS NOTES. The Important Happenings Throughout the State as Reported by the Press=-The Crimes and Causalities of the Week. The plant of the Louisinna Box & Lutll tr compl)anyv Wa destrov edl byv tire at Shreveport. Low. Tthe 1ndications are that twh :aISt ss5eI.t rolls of Louisiant will show $:2i ,'o. norei than last year. Henry Cirr. a negro. €frc . a whit an, at the muu:z!ze If a gun, to apologize to the negroc' wife. Carr was later given fifty lashes on the bare back and or dered to leave Alexandria. A dancing party near Leesville ended in a general fight. Wil liam Bass was stabbed to death and ,evcral others seriously wounded. Tie 2-year-old son of Roy Ful lerton, of Shreveport, was taken from a ...

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