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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 September 1903

'The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIEI.D. : : LOUISIANA . . . . -- - The Trapper's Love Story # 3y VRAM( H. SWEET ,tepyzgbs 1 , by Daly sry Pbb. n.) W HAT you say?" and Raoi looked up sharply from tb trap he had been scraping and cleat lag. But the visitor's face was onl friendly and inquiring, without sa casm or impertinence; and the me mentary gleam in the trapper's eye died out. He had grown to like thi stranger, and had told him mor things concerning his past life tha he had ever divulged to any livin man before. But the last questio had cut deep. . For a long time he bent over th trap, his fingers trembling as h scraped the rust from the jaws any shank. All arond were evidences o speedy departure, his gun standini in a corner, cleaned and polished u. til the barrel shone like a mirror, hi blankets, provisions, all the rest o the traps, even his moccasins anm snowshoes, packed and fastened int, compact bundles for convenient car tying. In a wolf skin a few fee away ...

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. — 4 September 1903

OLD RAG DOLL. was Polly Susan Jul A Jane, ~had a wig of corn silk. Sher dress entrain. * they were not waxen, had she slippered feet; hae had no limbs at all. g- was just complete - ittle irl who owned her, .r short wou:d call her Poll. o loved the queer absurdity, d Rag Doll. t was corn cob. off to be just so, - head was made of muslin with bits of rag, you know, - lrn it out in contour; h use had spoiled its shape, a it the visage of an antiquated Sgood deal of rough handling osmsed its head to loll. *s loved the dear monstrosity, Oig Bag Doll. she's had some fine ones, t dircty from Paree, ostumes of the finest cloth, y as could be; . called them high-toned cogno she thought the name .isan Julie Ann and se-forth alto' 2-ber tame, ... s never had the comfort abe used to take with Poll. she never had another, save Og Rag Doll. SDss, in United Presbyterian. ALesson in Deviltry J. NEWELL COTTON -rrI c llll roPraa town school in Hancock 20 ago had become unmanage -- ery teacher had be...

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. — 4 September 1903

altimitt EN TlNEL .. -P i UvoW ary PrMy at WhsdiU. La. SEN COATEEI ............ Editor. Enterd as Second Class Mail Matter. _UBSCRIPTION. - - One Dollar A Year. Ofal Jrnal:--Ta S8rrnxUaL is the Official Journal of the School Board, and the Town of Winnfieid. Important Notice. The subscription price of Tura 8Srrr-EL is $1 per year, 50 cents for six months, 25 cents or thr.e months, and must be paid for the time the paer is wanted before the name will be enrolled on the list. Money can be sent by express or postal money order, by check or registered leter. :.ke all checks and orders paraLle to Tue Sof.rHER SExTI.OEL ftHE S.~"r\tEL covers the entire parish and where stock is lost or strayed the owner should immediately send a description of same, with $1 to pay for two insertions, to us. This will often save much time in hunting for lost stock. The editor of Tea SEXrTIEL is in no way responsible for the views of correspondents as expressed thronugh the columns of the paper. Address all...

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. — 4 September 1903

lank of the Quality d the Cost.. Our Groceries are allU fresh and we don't keep them long enough for them to get old. A new supply arriving continually. Everything in the Grocery line, of the best quality and lowest price. VY GROCERIES FEEDSTUFF... IHeavy Groceries, Flour, Meal, etc., han died in large lots which enables us to Smake lowest prices. Feedstuffs of all kinds always on hand. EAGLES, - UPTO-DATE I, U ,, t, 1 K. Barber Shop. C. F. McGee, Proprietor. Lbaler work in every particulbr. Three chairs and none but frst mbe. s employed at union prices. Hair Catting, Shaving, Sham atring, Dyeing, Etc. Court House. Street, Opposite Court House. .s POINTERS. z Those We Hear About. of Tunica. wa_ Tuesday. of Hill, was in week. ,of Calvin, was Monday. was here from he week. was here from returned from BShreveport. w.rle and baby, Jonesboro Sun of Atlanta, to attend the Hickory Val town first M tznield, was Thursday. aof Beech, 1to town &. second mouiors to Hudson, the ward, of Somi...

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. — 4 September 1903

IL. DEA1DLY INSU'LT. Wiredoat Walker---oU seem so nerv eas, Willie. What's the matter? Willie Weariness-I've been insulted. That man back there said I was work ing for him. Mind you, he said "work ng."-Louisville Courier-Journal. She Kew Heow. "I am afraid," suggests the theatrical manager, "that you cannot take the role of the fairy prince. You see, it calls for a lady who is rather plump in flgure, while you-well--er-ah Well, you are lacking in some of the essaentials." "Oh." smiles the experienced bomic pera prima donna, "I can make up for that"-Judge. wasted rE.rt. "Have you ever made any effort to get work?" "Yes. indeed." answered Meandering Mike. "I once got work fur t'ree differ ent members of my family, but none of Sea would take it"-Washington Star. Preele. 'Lady," said Meandering Mike, "I haven't had a square meal in two days." "Why, it was onl last sight that I sae you a piece of pie." "Dat wasn't a square meal, lady. Dat was triangular."-Washington Star. A Wrank Confese...

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. — 4 September 1903

TO REPEAT. ..ter castwa methSs e as sU sane on One at WaM Gameem tons $t Kronprias Wilhealm, one moon. might, a young man and a girl - erer.d making love. The news -inevery spread among the "ad many a joke was cracked, .. snas City Journal. But Sen. S Scott, of West Virginia, ad ' -king-room: a nothing to laugh at here. Ia -p.esmaking is natural in the This fact was well brought out .venture that happened to a nme, years ago, in the mona. est irginia. g man was hunting. He came cabin, and, being thirsty, he at the door for a drink. The drink to him by a girl so charm. with a smile, he said: Se angry if I should of , for a kiss?' ir,' the girl answered, with a friend took the kiss, and then maiden the dollar. She bal ai her hand a moment. She - r pretty brows in perplexity. she asked, 'shall I do with all ything you please, my dear,' . ahe murmured, Z think Ill to you, and take another Wfat BVas It! iss., Aug. 3rd.--One of the -sees ever reported occurred here The smn of Mr. G. L. Bu...

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. — 4 September 1903

CiHARTER WINNFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. ARTICLE 1. The name and title of said corporation shall be the "Winnfield Building & Loan Associa tion." and under its said corporate name it shall have power and authority to have and enjoy succession under its said corporate name for a term of ninety- nine years from the date hereof, unless sooner dissolved in the manner hereirafter provided for; to contract, sue and be sued; to make and use a corporate seal, and the same to break or alter at pleasure; to hold, receive, lease, purchase and convey. under its corporate name, property, both real and personal; to lend money on security; to name and appoint 'uch officers and agents as the interest and convenience of said associa tion may require; to make and establish such bylaws, rules and regulations for the proper afairs of said corporation as may be necessa rv and proper, and the same to change and alter at plea.ure, and to do and perform all such acts and things as are or may b...

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. — 11 September 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. apepr Circlattilan WhlmPrish. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscrl; t;on One Dollar per Year. Cash in Adcaczc io; No. 26. WININIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1903. Price 5 cents. ATKINS WITHDRAW8S ers a Withdrawal and Charges Newspapers With Unjust Criticism--Thinks They Treated Him Unfairly. inden, La., Sept. 8.-J. T. . s, candidate for governor, y made public the following of withdrawal from the rial race: tainiug the consent of my & to retire tromn the race vernor, I now withdraw. * this step on account of the -e incidental to the state the strong sentiment the state convention plan, I advocated, and the im 'ty to wake a thorough can on account of the pressing work which I have to per I regret that the press of - te took the partial report p artisan newspaper instead own utterances as a basis htir criticisms. All of my were intended to be of nature towards the press, a argumeuts were directed platform o...

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. — 11 September 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIEID : : LOUISIANA. DAISIES Dear one, I send you a flower Fresh from a fragrant field; With heart of purest, shining gold, Set in a snowy shield. To bring to you the love and thoughts My heart must ever yield. Its petals white are purest thoughts. I think, dear one, of you; My love, the golden heart you see. All wet with glistening dew, So like my tears when you are gone, And oft I grieve for you. I counted: "Love me, love me not." And as the sky's above me, The petal that I counted last. Smiled as it whispered: Loves me." And all the flowers a chorus sang Of "Loves me, loves me. loves me!" Oh, could I send a thousand flowers. All wet with glistening dew; And call them all with the perfect hours. I've spent, dear love, with you; They could not show more hearts of gold Than I have hearts for you. So keep the little flower I send, And read its meaning o'er: One of a thousand daisies sweet, I'll twine with thousands more, And make a chain ...

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. — 11 September 1903

RThe Lying f Cdren By PROF. R. A. HAIGHT. There seems to be a tendency in nearly all chit dren to deceive, and it manifests itself at an early e 1 age. The motives which actuate children to lie are somewhat different from those by which adults are influenced in the same direction. While the reasons are about as numerous and diverse as the liars them selves, still they can nearly all be classified under one of the following heads: Lies of imagination, inherited tendency, fear of punishment, because older people lie, because of too much confidence placed in them by their parents. P Children lie because older people lie, partly because they are won imitators of the acts of their superiors. In business circles, in lamne, in the church and in the schools we cannot reasonably ex the children to walk in the straight and narrow way unless we our are treading that same path. . Though we cannot blame a parent for the love he bears his child, that man cannot be held guiltless in the care of 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. — 11 September 1903

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Pubished Every Friday at Wasfteld, La. BEN COATES,....... ..... Editor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION, - - - One Dollar A Year. Official Journil:-THE SgrWIN~ L is the Official Journal of the School Board, and the Town of Winnfield. Important Notice. The subscription price of Tue SEN-TINEL is $1 per year. 50 cents for six months. 25 cents or three months, and must be paid for the ti-,c the paper is wanted before the name will b:- *-n2. td v:1 ~the list. Money can be sent by express. r postal money order, by check or retisite vd letter. Make all checks and orders 7pt.vab!l2 t. TOtE So THER' SENTINEL T`'l SE:'TINELcovers the entire parish and whr-l sto:k is ..sc or straved the owner should ir...e:..e.t , s.end a d.- wription of same, with 1 o Si," o." tw. isertions, to us. This will of, u ve muc tilne in hunting for lost stock. The <.:it'r of Tim SXNTINEL is in no way res;;onsible for th i vkiws of correspondents as expressedf through tue c...

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. — 11 September 1903

Spreading Out. Lot of fresh goods-just received and and opened up. Our trade is grow ing and we have had to aidd more shelving room to carry our stock of Good Things. Best Peaberry Coffee a 6 Big Pounds for ........ Y. C. Sugar n n 17 Pounds for .................. .0 Salt, big ioo lb sack for ............... ts. T. C. Hams, Best in the market............ 1 cts. Car Load Acorn and Diamond Flour to Arrive. E. EAGLES,- UPTO-DATE • G OCER O. K. Barber Shop. C. F. McGee, Proprietor. First class barbcr work in eVery aarticular. Three chairs and none but first class barbers employed at union prices. Hair Cutting, Shaving, Sham pooing, Singing, Dyeing, Etc. ,3 d, .i J. -u .) Main Street, Opposite Court House. . PERSONAL POINTERS. Paragraphs Concerning Those We Meet and Hear About. .`b. Smith, of Tunica, was here Saturday. _. R. Cupp was here from Tunica Saturday. S. Porter, of the second ward, -was here this week. W. L. Stinsou, of Goldonna, .as in town last Saturday. J. D. Ferguson, of Atl...

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. — 11 September 1903

NICE BANANA DISHES. rhise Reeipes Whleh Are Worth Wiliag Away for Days When Other PFrat Is Searce. When other fruit is scarce bananas are very useful and most popular. These dishes are all excellent, says the Chi cago News: Banana fritters-Peel and slice the fruit lengthwise, using a silver knife. Scatter the slices with sugar and over all put a little rum, liquor or wine, and soak for a quarter of an hour. Have ready a good frying batter which has soaked an hour. Dip each piece of ba nana into it and fry to a golden brown in deep fat. Drain and serve on a nap k.n, with sugar. Baked benanas--elect large ripe ba nanas, cut off all stalk and put on a piece of buttered paper in a steady oven. Bake slowly till the skins begin to split, then remove all the skin, put the fruit on an entree dish and garnish with stlfy beaten cream. Scatter over glace therries. Bananas and sirup-Heat in a china lined saucepan one pint of red currant sad raspberry juice. sweetened to taste. (This may be made...

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. — 11 September 1903

SSLRONG CLOD CRUSHER. re of These Useful Implements g a le lade at Heme at Small Expense. Pr. L G. W. McCormick, manager of a Kansas farm. gives in the Kan Farmer the following description lurstration of one of the most use Implements that can be had on a am answer to a request some time i for help to make a planker. I will y.d a drawing and description of Implement, which should be found every farm. Get four 2 by 12 oak nine feet long, three two by six feet long. Saw crosswise of the .-l pieces in four pieces two deep. fI~I rstn cut six inches from the end ,ther cuts 11 inches apart. Saw cats on a bevel of two inches in From top of second cut saw diag MADE CLOD CRUSHER. o bottom of frst cut Saw the Q is same way. Place these peeas parallel about three baches apart, notched sides up. f the 2 by 12 planks to long at er end (21). thea spike the - ma in same way, overlap aother Ilke siding on a house. "eaw . hem two ave-elbhth-sa-ch Slahe apart la front plank and devises with rings. At...

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. — 11 September 1903

S CHARTER SwIAmIn. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. ARTIC LBE. a1. The eme ad title of said corporation shall etehe"Winnfield Building & Loan Associa- P ion" d under its s aae id corlorate name it p darhave power and authOrity to have and ealy sccescion under its stud corporate name for a.rtah of nin.y-nine ye.O from the date heeof aWess sooner dissolvd in the manner r bnrei lter iprovided for; to cntract, sue and r be wueds t mnake and use a Corporate seal. and the suie to break or alter at pleasure; to hold, receive lease, purchase and convey, t under its corporate name, property, both real s.d personal; to lead money on security; to name and appoint srch officers and agents as the interest and eoares.ence of said associa t. ftlh, require: to make and establish such bylaws, rules and regulations for the proper aifars of said eorporaton as may be necessa ryvasd'proper, and the same to change and alter st'pleasure, and to do and perform all such atetsmd things as are or may be req...

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. — 18 September 1903

TI 7OUTHERN SENTINEL. paperC rculathaginWIauPaIsb. to -H -Paih DEVOT'EiD TO THE INTE)!.ESTS (! NO.OTHI .OUISIANA AND THlE DE1OCRATI. PAR.TY. ;-rip on One Do-k er Year, Cast in Ad erce .o No. 27 WNNI Prie cents. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTE ZBER 18, 1903. Price 5 cents. fOL OPENEO FOR A SUCCESSFUL TERM. innfield High School Opened Monday Under ;ost Flattering Prospects---Attendance One Hundred and Eighty. p Mo:I: 'ay m: ,rnling with tit t 'e':ct: which at'ten 3 '" t '1 ' ill of lar and '.otfl' sAchool. . for t.:e se'io u," hi. lattaritlwZ prospects and ly have one of the table sessiolns in the the institutinu. A. Padrne seemed in i humor and pleased sitlook. Ile opened the i a short but interesting h he expressed a hope session of tLe scthool rmonious throughout , tand interest to all .ad patrons. IHe said a ld be his greatest make this the best j#Ogres ive school to be .e earnestly asks thet .a of pupils and tie work. Prof. J. J. I Wsistant, also made lie was glad to be I a...

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. — 18 September 1903

{he Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. A WEEK OF PLAY cO~rodt, 0. t Dmu aStry PLb. O.) SiND so you think we had better-" A "Don't say the word you were going to. It sounds harsh and-I think we can arrange matters without using such terms." "But you say there is no use for as to try to live together longer." "Yes, because we are so-so--incom patible. Don't think this decision has been reached without much pain and anxious thought. We made a mistake like hundreds, yes, thousands of oth ers, that is all. The world is full of maismated married people." "But, Margaret-" "Don't let us prolong the agony, Al bert. When I am gone your club, golf, the track, will, absorb you, as usual, and you will not miss me after the first few days." "Oh, will I not?" "Of course not. We will close the house; I will give out that I have taken advantage of Marian's intended visit to Europe to accompany her, and you can move your things down to the club. It will be more convenient...

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. — 18 September 1903

g4OP BEYOND HER AGE Cha4d Wife of the Brlttsh C-" Seeretary Was Compalemi of Her Parents. wife of the colonial secretary of ritain is not only an Endicott, tts, but she is lineally with the Crowninshields and two of the famous families England. of her early training and l rerve of manner, Mrs. Joseph `ice JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. has been able to meet the s of her social position a child she was old beyond her through constant companionship her parents and grandparents in at the Nahant summer home and arm at Danvers. SDanvers house was built by the Salem merchant, Joseph Peabody, to the son George, who in turn te estate to Mrs. Endicott, whose son,IW. C. Endicott, still makes it a__ ger resort w~ m while her grandfather was at arm that Mrs. Chamberlain and aiber went there pleasant days on or in carriage. Many were udly picnics. beautftal gardens are connected the Danvers house. One was the at Mr. Peabody, laid out in style, with all the fowers a so well known In his child ~he other was ...

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. — 18 September 1903

ifi£tNSNTINELL v°.. ii itw g ery Rrmay at Wimnew. LA. -ý. *EN COATES , .. ... Editor. Entrt-d as Second Class Mail Matter. UI;SCB &YTIOS. -- - One Djllar A Year. (ificl3 Jon J'a!:- TH SM'rrzBL id the Offlciai t""'el of ti e s-chool Board, and the Tor.. c. ia 'ion ae'd. b.::-arla: t Notice. The F:+b :,}.ti:;. 1 price of TUE SxNTz'FL i1 $1 l,. a- c r.:: ' for si; mor.ths, °-i ent. or tiara:' ;:.,'rrt`:.. and ? st be paid fcr ti)e ti ne t!,_ .1.,"r i ra:eted ercode toe n ame a i!l b ýcvt" _ can be sctnt by szlrsr~c l tet : 'st-.. o,!,r, he c`jee.: o: re _r. ? tt c As and ordnr.er.; rp..elvf it ~ . . _:z: 1'nL Wit:` - .c".. t cull..-e ari1 h r.^. wl.ev -r, " i.. ..i o: zel-.er i the cwner shou!h immlnil' ~r1e n r i(e'cripitkn of sain-, with oft, I ... I. Jr tillr in 101ta.. :r for its: s- ae c r. . Tnt. SL:ir SN.EL is in no vca rest ,-tom hie f the views of correr;tondents as exj,. d !; : -'r1 t: coltmns o: the palter. A lit t:;1"t '1 '-1. SOi T1lU' SEN INF.L. Box 12. Witt.tild, La....

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. — 18 September 1903

Spreading Out. Lot of fresh goods just received and and opened up. Our trade is grow ing and we have had to add more shelving room to carry our stock of Good Things. IBest Peaberry Coffee 6 Big Pounds for I.. Y. C. Sugar 17 Pounds for. .. ........ Salt, big ioo lb sack for ...... ts. T. C. Hams, Best in the market 1 1 cts. Car Load Acorn and Diamond Flour to Arrive. E. EEAGLES, EUPTODATE SONAL POINTERS. hs Concerning Those We Meet and Hear About. IW. S. Peters, of Tannehill, `here Saturday. $ R. Cupp was here from Sthis week. r J. HI. Crawford took a "the L. & A. Tuesday. y Teagle, of Couley, was the visitors to town Tues I. A. Peters, of the ward, was in town Satur -school having opened up, l boy on the streets is T. Abrams, of Hill, was the visitors to town] 7 Teddlie, of Calvin, was the visitors to town Couch took a run up to `Ark., Sunday to visit a ha Riser, who has been sor everal days, is un Kelly, of Gaar's Mill, to town first days of &. Mashaw, of Ruston, r to this ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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