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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 December 1903

rh Sentinel c@&Tin, sUiese. [.a : LOUISI WORNING GLdIWEL ringlets all a-lifting a soft caressing breese am the morngng glories pctures suce as these lift up one's heart to glory, Uk. supernal lights shine throughl ;,' iag gflories, lifelong glortes! ..-. ay they ever bloom for you! -.lay they sway their beauty blossoms Always, always low for you! may their cups be always brimming With their welght of crystal.dewl lay you always be as happy Though the years that come and ga, As you are here In the picture S -Where the moraing glories blow! Say refreshing breezes seek you With a soft refrfeshin touch! 'Ta'rs your papa's mot nlng glory. And he loves youl Guess how much! uAs bhow muck your papa loves yesu Now I seem to feel you creep -I my arms just as you used to Hear you whisper: "Dess a heap!" " ft you guess your papa loves you Just a heap, dear heart, you dot e-. a-stoop amid the grasses S-Where the glory blooms are bloel Dear, I kiss the picture of you $less the day that you be...

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 December 1903

:Development .as Kept the -otuntyl .elf,.Gentered I and Its Statesmea Selfish. on the part of Co to ratify the Iay treaty, which would assured the completion !the Panama canal, has t that country more before the, than it has been at any since the organization a.lure of the de laeseps in 1889. ve for the one state of tae but few of the South of which less is than of Colombia. Its tacilities, and its ranges, which seemingly Salinst invasion from us from cultivating aa ith our swarthy cousins for which we are most an answer is, "Why did to ratify the canal of the country offers aaswer to that question. a development both of of character; it him made contentions that have in almost a constant and internal strife. world out it has made within, and it was a between those division of the "graft" ~i~ i. _:~. ·l~p·*r;J~*'.C r.-. `-_-i--~ I · ~CI·-L. ·. E ·- ~L~LUL~DI~UWLO~RR II~Y#CDI ualeaetlos dr t~e vbeutbiiial Tc tr wmth th caws. itta 'k the· min. IU inW IY A.a Develop Colombia, bring her...

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 December 1903

Jlearsan or the s•b o d the S per.ce. so 5 ceaoe ot e for ai s cnts e oNth. ad mast e l lre the be earoldoet ls Me y r be me by s ayorer, by .eack or xs all cheeks sad orders paablo to Tur Soukss. 5ueul. wh Sere stod Is lost "a or strs.ed the ownern che Uto topa for two usertlons, ta will weqponstble for the views of otuua gepremed throsekn thaec a cube eer lieu 43. >m eoYT81 ridsiI* FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 1903. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Senator. The Sentinel it authorised to amannoec Capt. . M.- Ted of Colfax, as candidate for State Senator froa the 1th, Besatorial Distrit, moubject t6the .will o the Democratic party. For Judge. At the solucitatlon of many friends through out the District, I have consented to beeome a candidate for Jadge of the Wth Judicial District composed of the parishes of Jackson Winn and Caldwell, sabject to the action of he Democratic Primary to be held In the aprishesrp Jackson and (idwell on the 19th, day of Jap.uary I36, and in the parish of Wins , the 5thlly of Ja...

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 December 1903

Our stoo 3Dasprises~ tpim "be found 'i. . General i lerdbais are the leaders in LOW PaCES. Don't foraet thti e pay the high-. est prices for Country Produce. 'S J. Harper & Company. WE DON'T Sexhorbeut claims for ur goods aPd prcs. Our do that for us. But we would like to suggest that Give Us a Call if You Desire to Save Money purchases. It's no trouble for us to show the goods. T. J. LONO. WINNFIELD HIGH SCHOOL. M F F.0 alltes bsetcihsuo rldi nsgIs beeings and all others who may h eimeet e 'ea o es R fi the slterary work a be of ar. eat teachm sIers et -r g wll add other for Lthe mesom grae wlhe the bufin Is tl s e aulty to do the very beatwek peas.e. is . tof music Is bly presded ever by MEh Ahaes Plesat whose qualila I.ormation apply to . T. WALLACE, President, . A. PAYNE, Principal. cellent Opportunity. eahaage a wagos sadwtsadati ! ppppWy is Wianaslki' Moreo ho Isiaadga the beewt of a good I Seefrsbooe Apply t C. H. Eiott, W l.l d.. olao i~ 1rAtI.i CARD !L #o .-. V. ýYa ýSi...

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 December 1903

NORB WATER NEEDED Tie Mormons an not progressive agriculturlsta Cooperation has blusit ed their amitfOn. There Is no incentive * to lsdividSal efort. The average mel bert r[$ cauzI, W.I~I Iitset gth *p~ edi.-'dluknuhhtfe hi ten or acres of land. He raises enough y,,-o seaport himself and family, and that l as" far as ambition carries him. If ar~itets were needed against coop_ erat . and in favor of individualism, theq cou.d be found abundantly in Uta -nd in Colorado, respectively. If the saie spirit of progress inspired the pecopt of Utah as is found evefyvhere in Ooabrado, the state would have wealth and prosperity far in advance of what she ow possesses . At smegat about 06000 s es of land are hng Irrigated in Utah, and ex pertslay that this can be Increased to 3,500A0 or 4.000,000 acres, with a fall develotment of all irrigation projects. The slse of the average holding in Utah is lessthan 30 acres. It is about twice that aMount in Colorado, and 40 times that amount in Wtroming, ...

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 December 1903

471 I 0 RVISED jWLLR.I Whbch Has eem 1en0e erable Satisfaet*ea .u. s DeaiW. sot afford, or it is not con 1 Pa a roller, here is a plan 'idch I have made and used satisfaction. I have found tisfactory work in mashing young corn land, etc. I log which is smooth, free MADE ROLLER. i ld and heavy. Inch iron in at each end. These - good head, so that the which is 2% fth tie held securely in place. I each scantling is a short one foot long to hitch 1 checks on team and I st the scantling lenaget I and in going down hiP. 1 on the ground and ant I -J. W. Stevens, in 1 AT ST. LOUIS. pesltei.m 01ttlmes I Us tas ad a Gsreat 1 Cme- e 4 R. Fran.is, of the It. Cemmittee, it an en. of iamproving the of the country. He is good roads a proam the exposition. In-a he said: of the management best material from be made. We shall m gAeg-sted in dtfaerent inaterWil and the of plans for canetry t their materials and the people of all sec- t which are the best Jo ostosn which in this kv much .mhr life -- ic...

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 December 1903

$001O CONTEST $I00 ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BE CIVEN AWAY IN FREE PREWIUMS. The Southern Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premnium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of the State. It is an arrangement whereby some of our readers are going to receive' three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. A $50 WAGON. A $40 RANGE This handsome' stove or range is the second premium in our contest. - It can be seen at the store of the Winntield Hardware and Furniture Company, and will be given absolutely free to one of our lucky subscribers. It sells for $4u, but we ire going to gilit away in this contest. niow would you appreciate such a gift? You may bethe lucky one and get it for nothing. Get in with the crowd and get the worth of your dollar and may be one of these splendid premiums. z. THE LAST PREMIUM =-: "s. . ThM last4 premium in this contest is a Ten Dollar (;ili Picee. OX wlich will be given by The Southern Sentinel to the third lIckv This big $5o "Owensboro" idthe first...

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 December 1903

ThE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. PpaClrcuitbg I Main ftds. _ _ ___ D TO THE INTERESTS OF NOIRH ioISIANA AND THE OBMOCRATIC PARTY. Sabscrlptio One Dllar per Year, Cash in Advmace No. 38. M . _. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNIN(, DECEMBER I8, 19go3. Price 5 cents. SCLERKSHIP, PONDENT EX HIS VIEWS. S MR. ABEL that He Has Made fficial and Should -Re-Elected. Sentinel. ,La.. Dec. 15, 1903. tTINL:-It is not site for the public in this instance I ld if you could in your columns to s in justice to one es for office in the gn. Ile is a young succes I am inter .beause he is a shown himself to the support of the oflice to which he ve reference to (candidate for re clerk's office. ago I cou l not see to support Mr. 'tion because he tried and I always hom I know to be the standpoint position to be convinced now man in-the parish to fill this positioni he has been taken particular 'ri in the clerk's eonductod during ears. I, as do ve con*Iterable offlioeued it is to ha.. a man e, polite and who thoroughly asi...

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 December 1903

The Southern Sentinel BEN COATES. Editor. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. JUST OUR OWN. fay, we cannot take them with us To our palace in Castile; Cannot show them half its beauties, Cannot hope to make them feet Half the ecstasy it gives us. Just us two to walk alone. For the palace is a dream, dear, And the dream is just our own! Other ones may have their dreams, dear. But they're bound at last to wake; All their dreams will fale and leave them, All their cstles fall and break; But our dreams will never fade, dear, Nor our castles ever fade; They shall always stand for us, dear, Castles that our dreams have made. They shall stand for us forever! Perfumed eonsers, dear. shall swing. Swing unseen through all the night-time. We shall hear strange songsters sitg, And we'll walk soft-shod together. And our feet shall make no sound, Through the corridors we know. dear. Oh, my deari, glory-crowned! Walk and talk and know no waling. Know no parting ways at all! Always Just we two together; 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. — 18 December 1903

'tMing Is the Lea. There. PRIMITIVE PEOPLE t.th But Little Pay for l eeutalteetr - The eg Tie Timber Is Giviag Out. hardwood region of the will soon be a thing i.ke his predecessors, the e lumberman, he will be at the forced migration the noblest of the red pioneers who entered forests found a wealth Then came the era Great rafts of oak, wal hickory filled the creeks ibta'ry to the greater into the Mississippi. SLe palmy days of the big the vandal axes hewed at da the forest, whose sap u.rEtrI's HoE. menturles before. But tEenasive forests, in time a scarcity. eutemsio of railroads was amad for railroad ties. Sor lumber could be the purpose, and the ulerks were in demand. .gmlantag of the tle era. ill an Important Indus as means what it used a leaessible places the scarer. des not cultivate a imr ls in all probabi s" lthe vernacular vernacular is as rg p tch usually Is. Te Utl fort the 1eman. er, tie marker, tie at,r tie rafter or tie wr wary has ams .. do with the makiag ties. mi f...

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 December 1903

Tftl SOUThERN SENTINEL. PahsAhd Every Friday at WiMns, La. BEN COATES, ...... ...... Editor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. LUBSCR1PTION, - - - One Dollar A Year. Journl of the School Board, and the Town of Winnfield. Important Notice. 'The subscription price of Tas S.TmT.XL is $1 per yesr, : centsf for six month 25 cents for thrc months, and must be paid for the time the paper is warted before the name will be enrolled on the list. Money can be sent by express or postal money order, by check or registeredl letter. Make all checks and orders psiabl, to Tea So.rnssan s.arrmuL TiE Si.Ern EL covers the entire parish and where stock is lost or strayed the owner should immediately send a descnption 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 TaH SaNTriML is in no way responsible for the views of correspondents as expressed through the columns of the paper. Address all letters to THE SOUTHERN( .ENTINEL, S...

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 December 1903

stock comprises everything to found in a complete stock of ral Merchandise, and we are leaders in LOW PRICES. 't forget that we pay the high prices for Country Produce. Harper & Company. WE DON'T exhorbant claims for our goods and prices. Our do that for us. But we would like to suggest that Give Us a Call if You )Desire to Save Money rchlases. It's no trouble for us to show the goodsi T.J. LONC. -WINNFIELO HICH SCHOOL. Ities as a hig oolin o" r Sat . o'he buildings being enlarge - a"ort time untl the hoes. wll be olen i ay tlae oaocou . afl. and all others who may chance to ast their ,lot among . We no the literary work all of whom are earnest teachers o eperience. It I will add one other for the aecnd grade when the building is completed. culty to do the very best work possible. of music is ably presided over by Miss Annie Pleasant whose qualifca demands. in invitin all the people of winaleld and srroadig commuanity be convinces that we arM doing work worthy of their patronago...

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. — 18 December 1903

S L N ýýNN THU FIRST AND THE LAST. y r lste-You know, Bobby Is our frst Dorothy (on whom Bobby has made an Mtfavorable impremsion)-Is he? Well. I hope he's our last, that's all.-Punch. Though auto-scorchers may not heed The rules of navigation. To their distress they cannot break The law of gravitation. -Breeklyn Life. Net Tot aIld. 'They're saying you'rs Just like all the ether members of the house," remarked bse newly elected legislator's close friend. "They say you have your price." "That's a lie," declared the new mem ber. "I thought so." "Yes. I haven't got It yet, but I have hopes."--Catholic Standard and Times. A NEW e.EUIca . "a wt t sun s a herrldruakes S mt be steered Miss. I'm only a lj StbesttantOo ea.ouad els. mres Whn he ake'd the blushinr m-dea, h.em he wished to make his wlfe, S" she'4 trt In doable barsess IRs e t roky read ofr u Ie it Mseems bad a *eo seies: Pup-f gls4ismea was his cup tkk ey aped the pauae. Ai he satrUafbtwn Sebed them ip. s-ew U~arLtsmeemah. ' '`...

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 December 1903

Cis ltO is Sao i11M .... grewo Quinine Tablets. womeyat it failsto mte.M waned UCerY. have married a foreign aoMe o did pay his debts. ,eS's Cure for Co to rears ¶a.--xMr Thor. SY., Fe . 17, 110 the man of the house fia but the woman of the house come out."-San Francisco Dyes if ,nsatifactoy. thrats! People may not pay ' to them, and then you are lett .ug position.-Puck. ' ; U GC Olover, Vice-Pres. ,Wis., Business years and ano childrean home. The doctor said I of female troabl; not have any chisdren na b caured. He tried to caure ieii'ht when we notiOed o a woman who had The docd t he want eI , bottle ior fo. I used fow three snd am-ham. fufly exprese the jro * difesent placea ow, as yo sin cre Nsad V boegetl-, eileane, Presdent, Milwdakee s roatan -Po el aw Ner /su s"+ CmR wile Hids w s Ye rwh Ku meBO t arb Oruwi of b is Viir. s e - wo - too ast r ~b.- 4 Is tLs beI P .t te -s swefa et. tbs meuewi be. dLe· ýby alt xYgýosiQº fBAwNNo MANUR.. A Pew laits oa Censeryvut amn indlma Prope...

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. — 18 December 1903

$100 CONTEST 1oo ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN FREE PREMIUMS The Southern Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of the State. It is an arrangement whereby some of our readers are going to receive three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. A $50 WAGON A $40 RANiE This handsome stove or range is the second premium in our contest It can be seen at the store of the Winnfield Hardware and Furniture Company, and will be given absolutely free to one of our lucky subscribers. It sells for $40o, but we are going to give it away in this contest. How would you appreciate such a gift? You may be the lucky one and get it for nothing. Get in with the crowd and get the worth of ie your dollar and may be one of these splendid premiums. <- THE LAST PREMIUM The last premium in this contest is a Ten Dollar Gold Piece, 1)hL iwhich will be given by The Southern Sentinel to the third luckv This big $5o "Owensboro" Is the first and best...

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. — 25 December 1903

iry STHERN SENTINEL. .. lD TO TOE INTERSTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. pbscription One Dolr per Year Cash in Adveace o; No. 39. CHRISTMA S, 1903. Price 5 cents. F,.V ...P;. . . . !. . . . . .. . ... . . HIS SPOSITION, WRITES TO TELL E STANDS. ;5L- TOO HIGH Assessed Lower on to Value Farms. 'date for the office or indorsement in ary on Jan. 5th, to state to the cit parish, tkrough the done privately, p, my views on of assessment. I quitable and just the assessment governed by the of all: property i t only a cer exceeding 75 ralue, and lower if I do Isay this? l the asses the seews t. of its va!uL, I -parsh 4."Od Sshare in -the if the amxes-t IR the property the parise wpsd JO 4"t.i - roild a adv-ratlei. T bom t e . s_. w tfie tapes we :six milts, the ` . & R.. Go3. * high aaeses apecial taxes butnden a the I1 property ie n he ownad iiabeEt 50 per I value. a toI gmd them ira) of tbis is Ia anr WOO _ _atmth at from $5 to $15 per acre. What is this land worth? Twent...

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. — 25 December 1903

The Southern Sentinel RKN COATES. Edtdlr. WINNFIEL : :. IUISIA A BY WALTER RE YNOLD- -------------- - -------. | i YD, old man., e've ~nothing to do. a I beg Fou pardon, I've nothing to do. Let's go for a stroll along the beach. It's a glorious night-moon, stars and all that sort of thing." Mr. Michael MacDermott-a younger son of an impecunious but highly re spectable Irish peer, who was endearv oring to earn a living by law practice In New York, and I had been chums for several years-had been chums from the moment we met in a plain little restaurant where we both made a practice of eating late suppers. "All right, Mike," I said, putting my proofs away in a desk and locking it securely. "I am not busy to-night" "You are always busy, lucky man," he said. "But all work and no play you know the rest. What's this," nod ding towards my desk, "the master piece?" "I don't know about that." I replied, modestly. "I entirely disagree with your argu ment," he said, as we went out. I had given ...

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. — 25 December 1903

IL> I.- CASK. I8h' That's rather a bad brought him her? they say his wife g. shopping with her, E as or late. aunto each and all uoon be rich and great Asmument. YTO are going to ruin vsgance. You don't lare than a at needs S.la have I told you because it is as air of one who the argumet) -" it cost $50.-Tit 'er learned to sell, wecked: marks NAWWWALISN. * hundred foun Wbare! . wauhm ihesbi = a got ag heay. e amber a good joie 6 Ihavehbaor Weekly. tthey are sot Irr * a resa -s l.14od It M tIlbe ~iUf d ,fi als `ham . B4h*6s L~Yma~eh~ "a you tell me what sort of w.athu e may expect next month?" wrote a Subscriber to the editor of a country pa" per and the editor replied as fol. low.: "It is my belief that the weather next month will be very much like your sub. -aription." The fnquirer wondered for an hour what the editor was driving at, when he happened to think of the word "unset tled." He sent in the required amount next day.-Tit-Bits These streamem Times. 'Twa• Shakespeare first...

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. — 25 December 1903

Tt E SOUTHERN SENTINEL. PpbNised Bvery Friday at Wi.I... La. /EN COATES, ....... *.** Edl . Untered as 8mjnd Class MBa Matter. mgSMC]EPTION. - - - One Dotlr A Year. 40 ls Jea,;ai:-T5 Siwu.x is the Official Journal of the School-Board, and the ¶brn of Winnield. lporta.t Notice. 1I per er,, 56..nts for aa months 25t cents tor three month an must be paid for the tine the ppapr is *anted before the name wil be enrolled on the list. Money can be sent by eopress or postal money order. by check or re stred letter. Make all checls and orders pakale to Th..sorrurc 8mrrw. -, .SE qir'ck.overs the entire pariah and where stock is lost or strayed the owner shold i fnediately bend ai description of same, with Sto pay for two insertions, to us. This will o(fn savre much time in hunting for lost stock. The editor of Tau 8trrlSEL is in no way responsible for the views of correspondents as expressed throuýh the columns of the paper. Addres aU letters to THE SOUTUERN SE.NTINnld CHRISTMAS, 1903. - Chri...

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. — 25 December 1903

LEARIN(G OUT We are clearing out our broken stock preparing for the New Year and are offering . Unheard of BARGAINS. It will pay anyone to call at our Store while this clean-up sale lasts. SJ. LONG, LEADER IN SJ LOJ LOW PRICES Winnfield High School s great po.abihties as ay higlh chooi4n our tte. The' buidineg eincnarged will be only a short time unti the Louse will be ioietl lrge to a isengudace all ii tii e-trict and all others who Lmay chance to st their lotl among us. We now tcer- in the literary work all of whom ar earnest teachers of experenas. e now the toa,.d rill add one other for the secod grade when the buildings compl.ed. enable th !:culty to do the ery bef work possble. compete deient of niuae is ably presided over by Miss Annie Pleasant whose quaica WRe lak pleguore in invitig all the people of winlneld and surrounding comm.tay r chool and be oince that ae doin or ter preay. farthr information apply to J. T. WALLACE, PresitIent, et O. A. 'PAYNE, Principal. - - ne Line ...

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