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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 18 September 1903

TlE RANDOLPHS OF NEVADA ' By HERMAN KNOELLER e.dgbiUU.aoo.b7Di NU Pmw OW rANNIE went to the party in a pet and under protest. She was eartily sick of it all. Her three years' experience "in society" since she left school had filled her with dis satisfaction and contempt. The pleas ures she had anticipated had turned to ashes in the realization. Instead of the knight of her girlish dreams, she had found colorless idlers, addle pated champions of the golf field, and men of the world who filled her with distrust. The women seemed either too narrow and frivolous to endure, or so worldly-wise as to be fit com panions for the men with the "past." However, she was beautiful and placid as ever as she swept into the drawing-room at the Mortimers. As usual she became at once the center of a group of chattering guests. Presently an audible flutter near the door drew attention. The man who caused it was entirely conscious of his situation, which made it worse. He was wholly out of keeping with ...

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. — 18 September 1903

TE BLACK (INORCAS. y Good as Wlnter Layers K ept Under Fairly Favor able Ciressutuceo. . ariety of fowls belongs to the can class and they are placed to the Leghorns in laying quall They are in appearance very simi ' the Leghorn. Their general out N, in fact, that of the latter, but mare length of body and heavier in Indeed, they are the only variety t Mediterranean class that has a weight which approaches that of Wyandotte, being only one-half A BLACK MINORCA. lighter than the last named. The of the Minorca, like that of so others of our profitable poultry, in doubt. Some are of the opin hat they originally came from an Island in the Mediterranean m.ee of the Balearic isles, while oth sadl they are a variety of the isselah. Be that as it may, they ig of the most profitable breeds of tor the farm that is known. For purposes they are good, the flesh white or light colored and fine Their chief property Is their uctla. They are nonsitters and layers. As winter layers im exceptionally g...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 18 September 1903

CHARTER : INr1FIELD BUILDING AND LOAN th ASSOCIATION. D asu ARTICLE 1. The name and title of said corporation shall be the "Winnfield Building & Loan Associa- a tion" and under its said corprate name it shall have ;,owier and authority to have and enjoy sucee-sion under its said corporate name for a term of ninety- nine oears from the date a hereof, inless sooner dissolved in the rsnnler i hereiafter provided for; to contracl, hue and . i be sued; ~Miake and use a corporate seal. d sradtheseuae t break or alter at; peanure: ac to hold, reeire, lease. purchase and convey. tit under its conrporate name. property. both real ha and pers.lal; to ler,.; mon.,y on security; tan napursand appmnt sa;t officer- and agents n t the ir.tarcst anif Ctlnveriltet of said aSSoca- ijs thon may requirn; timo lnme and establish, suh be bflawi. ruals and rAl ltationl for the lprope'r tt airs of sr.! eor;r.ttii o rs ay be necessn ry and poter,c a:ntl ite same to change andc alter at pleaC.., audl io ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

h SOUTHERN SENTINEL. S- DBVOTED TO THE INrTE ESTS OF NOdTH LOU!SIANA AND THE UDE Ol T'iiO f ;'AREY. s: ,e::; n Or.; O.,a:iar eicr :r. ro; No. 28. ro;. No. "c -- 8WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTE"BMER 23, 1-93. 3-, ; ti a r 4tl A 1 A - -. ý . -. IMARY RULES N ERECULATIONS. Committee Adopted Rules to Subr.it to the State Central Committee 'Next Month- x-" Straight Democratic Primary. suub-c,::::: : of fifteen. t.d ti ':i: t rules and ions for, ,i a-v election, thr~o-·e f, .a i:ri^rt t t whec I: rea:, nxt -Thlt a Ienieratie pri ton be 11(1(1held in eery the State and in every the City of New Orleans, h day of)December, 190', prl)urose (:f nominatmg ('fi (alites for the vetnor. lieutenant gov suer, auditor. attorney secretary Qf StLate, dent of public and. United 'States first seven naine tt, - for- at the general be held on the Sf4towing the third Apr:t, 1!904, and the es scitor to be ele -mers f the general next ensuii g 'tion. Also, ..]ieeting from ate and from 4, qf 1 of the St...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

The Southern Sentinel DBN cOATrS. rirter. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. JUST A REMINDER. Could a man but be a baby For a little while each day. Cld he say when comes the gloaming: 'I have had enough of play Take me, arms of her who bore me, Soothe the worries all away; Tuck me in and Croon above me Words that prove you'll Always love me. Hold my restless, play-worn fingers In your own so restful, strong. While your lips breathe forth the cadence Of some old, sweet evensong." Brother, you may drop your burden At the closing of the day: In the Father's eyes your labors Are but prattling babies' play; And He longs to show His mercy And to soothe your cares away. Hear that soft voice Croon above you: "Peace. my careworn Child, I love you." Then the arms called Everlasting Slip beneath you-tender, strong. And your tired heart ceases sighing While your lips send forth a song. -Baltimore American. eeeetatee,.ee..ee.*.*** Last Cruise of ;v 4r the Mary Ann. C APT. ELISHA HOPEWELL of the brig Mar...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

Whats iG ir :,f By REV. FRANCES E. TOWNSLEY. Gambling is not a modern vice. Out. side Jerusalem one long ago day, beneatl the shadow of a cross, Roman guards are di viding the garments of the dying. To cul one of the garments is to destroy it. As he holds it to the light, the Roman soldier has a bright thought. Seizing a helmet from his fellow's head, he shakes dice into it, rat tles the tiny bits, and announces the result. He is carrying out the supersititon of his time, for GAMBLING IS A RELIC OF BARBARISM AND SUPERSTITION. The gods of the heathen were considered va and to be won over, and their favor or disfavor to be ascer by games of chance. "To-day science and Christianity (says ifford) clasp hands on the certainty of facts and forces." THE R IS AN ANNOUNCED PAGAN, AND AS SUCH HAS PLACE IN A MODERN CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION. THE PROFESSIONAL GAMBLER IS A LIVING LIE. He not depend on chance, but the credulity of others who do. "His are loaded, his cards marked, his cuff-button has...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

ET;i SOUTHERN SENTINEL. pUIbled Every Prday at WIanfd,. La. BEN COATES, ............ Editor. Enter.d as Second Class Mall Matter. 1UBS.RIPTIO.. - - One Dollar A Year. ficfal Journa;--THE SENr.rEL is the Official Jonu;ial or the School Board, and the Town of Winufield. Important Notice. The sunb-c: p'ion p:lce of Tu. St"rTNEL is Ser Vy,' r, ci't, for sid months, 25 cents ,r thrte :1' e r.t'h and mnist be paid for the ::e ih-. T"'·".' before the name mill c nr(,!. :.ei : : . >oley can be sent by -. ::.y order, bY cstck or glster. d :-:." ?11ak checks and orders ivahbb ' ;r: SENTINEL Tai ::. c -r the entire parish an-, - ,re 'c h- or try.'i-i the owner shaould ...;.edi:te: en:: a description of nazne, with ,l to pa' for two, ir-ert:ons, to us. This will often sa' r' , -:-c; I il4n in hunting for lost stock. The editor of Tan SE.rTItLL is in no way respoiP°r.: for .'e views of correspondents as expres-: I t:-o:::- "'-- c, lumns of the paper. Addrer-s :Al lette.n ,o TiLf: ,-IUTtHlERN ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

ave I3teiOf 'This week selecting more of them GOOD GROCERIES .which will arrive within the next . few days. Our customers must have THE VERY BEST. ot E. EAGLES, UP-TO-DATE mumlim imua lIul igu mn m j NAL POINTERS. bs Concerning Those We Nlg and Hear About. & Osidwel spent Tuesday n is spending the ,anta. was out first of the five. n, of Coldwater, le of the week. eters, of Tannebill, night in this city. a and E. B. Pepper, ill, were here Wed aPee went up the Arkan Wednesday on a busi C. Drew was here from Friday looking after his Dark and family, of the were trading in town n f a a coming into Winn b not bad for an Behool is getting the enrollment was on the sick of last week, but , of Couley was l here the early I n, of Mont r to this city meek. * , of Calvic, 4 .' town Saturday i matters. 4 bt Dodson, was i k in a land to business i this week i and ithe fair there. , one of the prom- " eighth ward, a urday seeing himself. Snut~erfeits. always bette the truth o never more -or m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

L E ,, r, JOHNNY WAS IPVT.LED. lPrmer-Yoa come down and ll ft you so you won't want to steal any more opples. Boy-Is that a thrat or a promise? Chicago Tribune. Her Own seeret. "A woman can never keep anything _ to herself," said Danboy to his wife, who had been repesting something he didn't want known. "Oh, yes, she can," said Mrs. Dnboy, Td like to know what it is," he growled. "It'* her real and private opinion at id huasband."-Tit-Bits. It comes Deek. 8ubbube-Do you really mean to say oea keep a eat? Brakltob-Yes. hbbube-I shouldn't think you'd . want oe around the house. h'cklots-- don't, but the cat insista -Philadelphia Pree He Ta*k the Hint. The bashful lover drew his breath And made an efort grand; -. "I wish I were the glove," he cried, : 'That rests upon your hand!" Shbe blushed a trifle, and replied, "I moust admiro your taste, But I would rather that you were The belt around my waist." -N. Y. Times. I. .... " rs NbMwhrlde-Wlhe you fand oat that ya couldt aeeept the nvit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

C.HRCOAL FOR HENS. p jiemteu DIestleo amd Appetite ad Ld said to Stimulate Pa. duetlem of Egs. S hen in confinement must have W tmji feeding to keep her in health. :aa is cleansing to the system and ' olt. digestion and appetite. Asia d vice for securing charcoal from p* -. of any wood fre is quickly s. t o of a codfish box. 5o make the littie sifter shown in Sdrawing, pry the bottom from one q the 43 by eight-inLh boxes in which S HANDY CHARCOAL SIFTER SIs bought. Cut a piece of netting a worn-out ash sifter will do) lsa inches square. Tack thisover bottom of the box at one end, using pointed tacks. Bend the edges is seetting up against the box on the gigide, then tack the bottom of the box pin, letting it just cover the netting preject 4% inches or so beyond the This forms a handle, and a piece of pIased through two holes and tied irma a loop makes it possible to hang * the sifter. his sifter seems a small and alight but it works much better than a emV e into which several quarts ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 25 September 1903

CHARTER IV'LNNFIELD BUILDING AND IA)AN ASSOCIATIOY. ARTCI E I. Th"- r.n:e ;nd titlh of said corpo'ation shall .r tC"Wi::"iel Building & Loan ASsocia iJn.'' and under its ail corporate name' it :ail have p'.w'r and authorlity to have andi ,o . .. >i .i unI.'r its said corporate name . ..: ni: nine ytars from the date - f, l . .i t," . n.r .is -.o ed in thel. mat:n r r ,".1d to , to contract. sue ant d. .- -. . . -, ;' - ! u e a c a r p o r a t e s t -a l . . p:operty ] rth : al l u AiR ' If. ' a." ' a. n i' . : r ',: .1 I A I'I t . 1 ti s ". " ' - kt , 4.. l It -I and io. - X,1.13, AL.... t ~,,: . - . ,ll (. ti lt ui " f ive lhl: s td S i .t e or ctl' : " i ,.-t c o l . ..- U"ll .tli, lc. t T, it" .,!:', 1.r irecli.to . i-iltl t reiulate th ei ,o " ,: ,.t_ 1~.k P p de. i i t h.r e an intar five I:1.···r: ' in h osnlees, aud CxcpIt any ...':. iu" , fln any one series, pro i. 1:a , . b. ~u:t : b.rraly er on all his shares ".'-c - usiuthin ninety days after hi :h r - - otsoinnC. ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

OUTHE SBNTINEL. ". rThD TO The CInt~T OP NOMOI AND 1IMe OUStcAIC PARTY. S ips .h ca per Year Cash in Advlce Vol. 10; N. 3m. -WINNFPIELD, LA., . AY MOR 0, OCTOBER 30, 903. Price 5 cents. lB HAwDLE FACTORY. . B. L. Tannehill Now Has Charge of the Plant. The plant of the Winnfield -ndle & MsnutacturiQg Conm any has been leased for a period Ut twelve months to Hon. R. L. .annehill, who will operate it "for all there is in it." He has Iae factory in full operation now Ad will keep it going that way while he has charge of it. He is urning out a lot of the prettiest handles that were evcr made and "s shipping them out in large uambers. Mr. H. F. Street, the best handle man in the State, is i.perintendent of the work and * factory is now doing pretty jerk. Mr. Tannehill will add aibhin the next few days a grist l-tto the plant as it has suffi st power to operate one in snectjon with the handle ma Lery, and will grind on certain s for the convenience of the ltmers in and around Winnfield...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

T Southern Sentinel siNI COATIS. dise. - - - WINNFIEI.D : : LOUIIAAN WHAT I WANT. I want yes a my knee. And to hear you sing to me. Aad I want your arms about my Aeek mt like they used to be; Anda I want to hear you. too. Ls5ah and cry out "Peek-a-bo. With sweet mischief in your eyes of bonny blue. I want to see you run, And to hear you laugh for fun. And to see your curls a-tossing as they used to in the sun; Run and laugh, and dance and sing. Where the morning glories swing; Oh, there's nothing else can please me; not a thing! I want to hear your "Take" And to see your smile awake And chase dimples out from cover, as the ripples on the lake Seem to catch the vagrant sun. And to toss it, ev'ry one, And Just tinkle into laughter as they run! I would take your hand and go Where the lilacs used to blow. And to where the yellow buttercups were blooming way down low! And to where the peeter-tall Used to perch up on a rail, And talk saucy as the day began to fall. These are Just the thin...

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. — 30 October 1903

-sp without shitp without castta orN are not guarded by canvas oe 's no place to stand whease watchman can look. 4p ships without chrt, witut or spar; s' ships without capstan or anchor .4ais; sail without aid of a planetr., seckoa they aught or of loss at jlf e no well-beaten paths through which they are seemingly salling in Sprow from the stern is not easy to the starboard is not to be told the port. agebWelt not of iron. oroak, r of pe; sides are not sheeted with coatings. 11 log to mark with Its unerring knots as they fy trom the nautical are wanting in armament sulted for wr: are destitute quite of cannon and they do battle, they're heard from their lightnings seem born in the b.leo of hell. come from no country familiar to oantain and ocean like spirits they tM pert they are seeking--there's no mortal ken tell where it is, or even surmise. changeable color confuses the eye. have caught the chameleon's mys art: with hues of the rainbow they while we are gazing their giders 4 O....

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

THE 1SRn7N SENTINa L. 4 COATES, ............ Editor. Entered as Seco.ed Class mall Matter. UBBSCRIPTION. - -- One Dollar A Year. t)ffcY .urus-T33 lnwswe.i the Odqi Joarnal of the chool Board. and the Town of Wianeld. - The subscription price of Ta mmm,,. Is 1lper yew. ents for six imth, m acnts for three m ths. and must be fS IS r the time the paper is wanted beloes mIne wll be enrolled on the list. Mosey can be sent by ezpra or otl money otedar, by check or regusterd M la checks and orders T ro~eltoTmS r ovn ies U rs - often save mch time in hntg for lost stock. The editor of Tha Ommunm.~ s in no way responsible for the views of correspodeae s hspressed through the oolms of the paper. hddee ao l lesttr oo Box 4 en a Winufeld, ith FRIDAY, OCT. 80, 1903. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Senator. The Sentinel is autbarsid to announce Capt. C.. Ted of Colfax, as a candidate for State Senator from the s4th, Sentorial District, subject to the will of the Democratic party. For Representative. The Senti...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

s DIily. d, of the fourth bh. todaYy. one of the cail lariff, isin town. * e `. Gamble, the popular for Bepresentative, e veoning. uha " Hamilton, of , here on a visit to Mrs. W. F. Cooper. went to Ruston to at a bunch of horses t about to trade for. Ilton, of the Sardis , was a business visitor Wallace has re a visit of several the Misses Ethrdge " Moss, represent Scharff Grocery Louis, is a guest of otel today. a Daily. and eon, of ward today. l and pigfeet spent yesterday 14ns* eof Hill, was an 1E ofce today. of theighth * visitor here to o. the Dodoae rat our office of St. Maurice, esbeTriber on our ifll of visitors emiaot mention pickles, ** opened of Bills, was aled around to Verdb/ is here ibffer interests of Dodson to attend the here today the fifthward, street and for The A.R.Mo :have our i i the S s. was here attend the ,of and sub. and left be has a ite Monre, contest. les iiý seer. 4f 4, - z ." Mr Coa SowemsIR aow bhiad St ioaters at the stoM of L. 8hi t b pae of Mis- Ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

\I' 7 ased e oz .pe e " aee. , i.My dear," asked Mrs. Wedderly, ..-what a the difference between idealism ---and realism?" "Idealism," replied the so-n-i-la.W Ler mother, "Is love's yp aa ~ dra. "Yes," said the othq , - "Oh," answered the masculine end of the sketch. "that's what matrimoan Sa~umps-~ ee up against "-~tficianflS 0anquirer. fr WILLS TH3 DILL. . "Qracious! What possible use can each language be?" "Why, lady. langwlch like dis is de .oly relle tfer a bile on a tedler's neck!"-Chic Amesics. A ee.t* dper. Tes 's a charmina woman as, as charmers go; .A • one ever heard her tales orf woe. As her neighbors' doings, discreetly mum the secret of it is a Lsdeat and dumb. Enquirer. udaleh Note. R. edink, you got afernoo uander the sA r~ o aui l saw you afterwards gointo .as and you didn't appear at hil Yes ought to have msee .a.. te'l seomd rase, sir; I was area el a r--T,' t-e gkept that up la the S Cslrk (rlshtaooslr t ) - akers, ausam Ia eIcaff tora ag.-Chicago Trib The Vhetm-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

-NECKED GOATS. ytat Is ItlepsitaUvy O1ý e .g st .tn HeiSlttMdee r Ia MIHeaee. -secked Valfinsan goat Ises tive becasse of its 9esi. ,says Americap Sheel head and tole parts ar -hlei the rear parts are snow These two colors come together behind the shoulders, form. vertical line. In harmony colors the claws of the tore saisoblack, while the rear ones from a distance thls~reed re go somewhat of the Angora A VALAIbAN DOE. 'a closer observation this nemblance is not so appgge -necked Valaltsan of of me Dher height at the withers , eantimeters. She attains gtwurity only at the age of mears. The weight of a male bowever, is then constder the average. Both the male carry a dense cover which enables them to re admirably. The hair on the buck grows to the ntimettera, and a large over forehead and eyes. is exceptionally long and often down to the goat is cmpaet and well ,ebd is short, forehead and her ears light. her eyes t. In the buck they gsegest a certain degree of ass Plroad. back straig...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 30 October 1903

Win ls&,.Oc t. "6 1903: The Mayor a~i a rd of Al dermnen mea. todajy ispose to the following: October i. º190. To D. B. Coates, Clerk: You a.,m, hereby notified' tht ii Bow4d of Aldermen of i Villae of Wimafield will meet wt tik Mayor's o4ceat 8 o'clock p. ms., Oct. 36 1908, for the purpose of taking me action relative to recomeadationa of Marshal for Winmield to moaeeed, to F. L. Shaw, -sign C. M. Bavni., Mayor. Yeteked the within notice on (Cht.l 2 1ii and served in. per sona.C. m, Durham,. W. J. Pry, Co Moef; D. B. Costes this Oct. -96, 1903. P. L. SHAW, :hambal Town of Winonfeld, La. The Mayor and all members of t~e I~rd were present. On motion the board adjourned Over till 10 o'clock sharp Friday mhorning. D. B. CoATEs, Clerk. The Salve that Heals. Without leaving a scar is De Witt's. The name Witch Hazel is applied to many salves, but NDWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is fhe only' Witch Hazel Salve made tkt euans the plure anadulter aed" Witch Hazel. If any other Witelif' Hel sal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 6 November 1903

'!n - 7: 13 J L SSOUTH ERN SENTINEL. p Wlu bh W wI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP NOiTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription One I.'. or Year, Cach .n .'v ace io; No. 33. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1903. Price 5 ret. Prce3-cn~ AWAY TEAM. gorses Took a Race 8 Through Town. rday's Daily. t9 o'clock this morn team of J. W. Diokerson. to a wagon which he was load with freight at the Southern depot, be tened at something and t up Main treet at a Everybo along the to stop them, but nded everything and .At the corncr of Main. streets they struck a pole and left a greater wagon. They ran out ili* west of town before Sa halt. The horses inaured beyond all the torn from the hind by the hounds and dropping down after *rack the telephone wagon has the appear been Carrie Na _has not all been col yeL. II not known them run. Runaway the same 'time the mran away at the ern depot Satur s team belonging to ua away from the It was met up Mr. W. J. Sowers, ` he street ahead of...

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