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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 22 January 1904

eSouthern Sentinel DNm COATUS. Editor. } - "" IWNFIELO. : LOUISIANA. GharGoaI and Guvld by F. LLAWCCSTEL cp.r uiLID·UbNI9~a UT no; work had never seemed f shameful to Marie before. She had always toiled willingly at her father's side at the kiln or in the field. Had driven the steers that drew the wood; had dropped the corn and sacked the coal. And her self-respect had never aufered. Cost bon; neither had she hacked the esteem of her neighbors. They counted her a "flne gal, ya." Standing staunchly by a father not over strong; by a mother burdened with many small children. Sewsna, scrubbing, cooking, doing whatever her hand found to do and doing it glad ly. Generally dirty, frequently tired, but. ah out, always bright and neat on Saturday evening when the sun dropped behind the pines and she sat down on her steps to await Donician's coming. Tien. When she caught the flash of his red tie as he swung from saddle sad heard the creak of his patent leathers as he strode up the walk, hap p...

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. — 22 January 1904

IH o5v J~ ~~~rl ~~F S m AnK IMPOSTOR. hw-U'mph! This feller -mein'. Anybody kin git oms cold weathur!"-C cgo -.1Ne Klek ComIS... bier faced the audience sase trite and true: sing the old sons, - s I used to do." eat from his high pew: sal;:ret busy pow. -a something new." I Enqulrer. m nymtr we hint yor i I as. aar r t b& s ari~ mm,? oa. Iagu6Ilhauveu w~ lrbabble neat! I'beand k. _t~uhatbepsua~er Tba t r tdfs s ui uI-. ··ý- t t;: ·~ 'ý ýýý.ý 'ý ;ý ý'ý ý ý Getttas Aeqastate. Relative-I notice that you have at last got acquainted with your next-door neighbor, who has lived alongside of you for the past ten years. Mrs. D'Avnoo-Yes, we were intro duced to each other at the Pyramids of Egypt, and I found her a delightful cm panion. We became very intimate. N. Y. Weekly. Amethelr War Rmer. Prsacilla-Lieut. Huggins seems to be rather attentive to Miss Elderlelgb of late. Melicent-Yes; and she is evidently skirmishing around trying to precipli tate an engagementL.--Cncinnt~ En. quirer. ...

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. — 22 January 1904

THE SOmUTHERN" SNTINEL. published Bvery Friday at Wise.sl. La. 3EN COATES .... ....... Editor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. UBSCRIPTION. - - One Dollsr A Year. *)ff.W Jour.:--l-T anShmu isa theOcil Journal of the School Bard, cd the Town ol WinasAeb. The subet pe of Tu Sm 1. is Ei per yeaur,Uoieata for mixCeata fr three mouthS aad mlat be fod hr the I n• the tpaper I wanted before Same WWil be enrolltono the Jlst. Moe.y em be met b expremaor ostal moey order., b- cheek or resfi edo .Make all bec ad ordersw p Jaable to Ta Sousa0 Z..... Tax amnust~o the entire pariah sad where stock Is lost or sryed the owner shoulda immoedistey send a demription of msae, with si to pay for two insertions, to us. This will often save mucoh time in hunting for loet sto-k The editor of Turn Ssawein. Is i so way responsible for the views of .orreampLodta 2xpreined through the o3tpuao.f ptpi Addm SO letr to TH4 " i .O Nld, La. JANUARY 22, 1904. DEMOCRATIC aNOINEES. For -Seator 27th District, C. H....

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. — 22 January 1904

AL IT"EL of the City TodItu and Claude i. Alexandria. Durham was here itter part of the wak T. Hyde of Tide was and renewed his SDowty of Mont. hae -last week viit mcGinty. * ** Jackson of St. Man a- commissioed ._ lb. Wine parish. o. 5 ýfy l1ft yesterday yoe *here he will days. leper spent first of ien ille parish on a Murphy, who has 'peeumhna is no little hope is ea ** !Poe has returned to Shrerport ihelp cbedr for esults ame in. al of Tide could Seatinel, eso y and moved up fo another moved' his k out to Alomam Valley road whlee Hudeon Lumsber * of Verds, seo drill in thaoi r ý _" 11 *s *b~f--ri y- u 1y 4,6. 't. k{m WOR.alsrý ao Mk `,Vý. . anda a oyster . supperat night for the ibenetof the chuoh. It was a success in merry partien lar. Several ladism who was not members of the soelaty aided in the work and their assitaUce is duly appreciated. e ladies were going to serve Sd 4y lo3 the pub lie square, but Mr. Hall, proprie= tao of te City Reeitaurant, tendT ered them use of his b...

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. — 22 January 1904

. GIOTHAM LETTER lteramti and Timely Goip from the Eastern Xetropolir. MAYOR-ELECT OF NEW YORK Preparmla Hia New Holee-It Is Ap propriatelY Loeated-OpertIon of the Crimlai Gamse-A baNk lag palace-other Itema. New York.-Workmen or the city will son erect a pair of fie ornamental lamps at either side of the broad stone steps leading up to the door of the old-fashloned mansion at 10 Washington square, which May or-elect\ McClellan has leased for sb years. RIs teraia two years. The lamps are the sigq of a ay or' s occupancy. They are always sv placed before the house of a mayor * The Mcr's Lamp; and are. Ot taken !r Not? away when he dies or fails of reelection. Always they twinkle as the7 have done, it may be for moratfan a century, unless te house is torn 4own. So passing along a humble street it tlhe tenement . q one eomes t timus apon tht at what .gs ogce the door of a mayor, and is noea rabbit warren of the very poor. i rapona pair of the city's lamps the othejdAy in Second avenue,...

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. — 22 January 1904

lIST!t plaated ul Was TollM 'h aa Was TrsMbe. summoned the photo relates Youth . - . elliga s house is bo .ing," want a picture of the as nick as you a s.ith Me a view of whit's eft from the inside of t . ele the photographer, "if-" point I want it taker m there's,-" eare whether there's a better Syo know what I want. 1ltrry ing time." her took his camera and few hours later he case I f a picture he had taken int of view. this" asked the city editor. ,phtograph of the ruins of h ouse from the inside eor near the street." anBthing of the house." -ier," responded the photog t-i- d to tell y there was t* betwee tt cornet a the wouldn't let a." Dc. 28.-Mr. A. e. Grover of age. For the last 30 years agreat deal of sickness, and, a temperate man and neves any kind, his kidneys had y much. He said: Diabetes, andsmy arp. exactly to those of a died of Diabetes in this My feet and limbs were * little. odd's Kidney Plls, and at te try them. I took in all I was well, and now I can ttI am all ri...

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. — 22 January 1904

SOO 0 ICONTEST $IO ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN FREE PREMIU The Southern Sentine hAs inaugerated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of the State. t i arrangement whereby some of.our readers are going to receive three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. $50 WAGON A $4 RANGE This handsome stove or range is the second premium in our, contest. It can be seen at tq store of the Winntield Hardware and Furniture Company, and will be given absolutely free to one of our lucky subscribers. It sells for $40, but we are going to give It away in this contest. How would you appreciate such a gift? You may be the lucky onq and get It for nothing. Get in with the crowd and get the worth of your dollar and may b. one of these splendid premiums. -- THE LAST PREMIUM. -:- The last premium in this contest is a Ten Dollar Gold Psr, I DOZ which will be given by The Southern Sentinel to the third l S "ill in" the One Hundred Dollars which we will give absode '...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 29 January 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Paper Alrculati i _ _DEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS OF NO nTH LOUISIANA AND TIHE DEMOCRATIC PAITY. Subscrip~;on One Dollar per Year. Cash in Advance NO. 43, I.I__ .. en. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1904. Price 5 Cents. ANA EPUBLIGANS NTFAL COMMITTEE SNEW ORLEANS. NT N' GALLED °Febr.uri! 17 to Put iFull State Ticket Apri! EJLet!cn. 1m Ia . . 2,-The Re ate (t lt .al comminittee Sye tew'1d:ty in its St. et i::.+lntuarters, with -illiie.n, of St. Mary, I. TIhere were thirty present and twenty "by praxy, makinga caeaicity of fifty tters of interest to ublicans were coin * nominating convmn el to meet in New . 17, one day after s was icsued to the nisiana, irrespective lormer political afliih all electors to join Athe support of their ist the Democratsa. wdll instantly be Asa play for any die nt that may be left eratic party after the ry. this meeting of, the ee centered in thel possibly some names out prominently for postmastership and While nothin...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 29 January 1904

STeSouthern Sentinel NK COIATs, iM1tee WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. IF LIFE WERE ALL. I lUe were w all Where were the recompenSe For all our tears? The troubled toll Of all the long-drawn yeas. Tbe struggle to survive The passing show Were scarce worth while I lifo were all. If life we're all, What w are It worth to IUve? To build se pain. So soon to learn Our building were but vain, And thea to pass To some vague nothingness Were scarce worth while, If life were alL If ltfe were all, How might we bear Our poor hearts' grief? Our partings frequent, And our pleasures brief: The cup pressed to the lips, Then snatched away, Were scarce worth looking e, If life were all. LIte Is not all We build eternally, And what is ours to-day To make existence sweet Is ours alway, We stand on sol:d ground That lasts for aye and aye. And makes earth's sojourn worth the while Life is not all. Life is not all I do not know the plan; I ealy know that God is good And that His strength sustains. I ealy know ...

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. — 29 January 1904

By DR. CýARLOS MOfZiýA, An Inthau Pbj.~ki lclg ims aju Q Indian has not made any progress. He is the real Indian has the vices of civilization that make him worse than his ge.nitor. You have abused your mission, and in the light j your promises and power to do you have been weighed the balance and found wanting. And, taking advantage of his ignorance, you have left him where his last state is lit tde better than his first. The great hindrance to the right road for the Indians comes from the sentimentalists and literature on the Indian question. The one thought it was too cruel to change their at once and the other teaches that the Indian has ways of his for him than civilization's. 'ons are prisons, the fiendish device of so-called civiliza Indians; while the prisoner is kept in his cell, the mere furniture therein and supplying him with necessary food and e him none the less a prisoner still. No! You must first of his prison cell. Make him know that he is a free man nd him with goo...

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. — 29 January 1904

fN ish Evy Friday at Wbmfldi. LA. BE 4 COATES, ...... ...... Editor. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. UBSCRIPTION. - - - One Dollar A Year. Ofi cild Jour:ai-T: E S3J-cmT is the Official Joulnl of the School Board, aid the Towrn of Winnficld. Important Notice. The subscription price of TUE S.STt.EL is I Iper year. 50 cEns: for six month,. 25 centS for turee ;ionti:s, and must be paid for the time the paper is wanted before the name will be cmlr,!& d on the list. Money can be sent by t xluc cr postal ,money order, by check or re -,.--d 1ettcr. Make all cbhecks and orders psva'i1e to TuIE SOVTHEft! SEXTIIEL THE SE.INESL covers the entire parish and w:ere atock is lost or strayed the owner should ifunedicd.i send a description of sam-., with St to pay for two insertions, to us. This Rill often save much time in hunting for loot stoc-k. Thi. editor of TE. SEN.INEL j1 il no way iesnonsible for the views of correspondents as t resed through the columns of the paper. Addir ss all al...

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. — 29 January 1904

Y VOTE E ASSED ES MADE Frezee, Steele to Make the Rlace. Jan. 27.--Chair of the Demo tral Committee, commuittee of five, began yesterday late the returns ection held Jan. slints where the is in the case of state treasurer from Lafourche. 'ossier came in ey played havoc of Martin Behr . Natchitoclhes t his majority, to the bad. The from yester ctically certain ato go into a scc Frazee. The acts in the city really missiug, in the box) ean . The vote for d: Behrman, th, 9,288; Fra contest als. rday. These gave Smith a rche rolled up which enabled y as if he were llowing is thej Steele, 26,267; If. Smith, 19, 692 ahead missing ity ly determine ith or Steidl in the second Steele. :attorney gener lead which d remove all n. BRALS, 'oab Death :th* Iarwicki ident ,. The w F3 ' faý _ 4 `A - S : -~ . ' · ·.-·R i _ .ý'ý7'ýý . i. ý,t ~3s 1t'af '~~jctai:~ M. J . PAc eht Moioday Miss Juli Couch of Ruston is visiting friends here this week.' Mr. S. S. Ray went to Shreve port Tuesday to attend the F...

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. — 29 January 1904

A WISH. T. a TW*-Weeks-Od Baby more It one were choosing out the ways IHe'd like to have you tread. It one were picking out the skies To arch above your head. No doubt he'd pick the same old ways, And skies the same bright blue, As those old ways and those blue skies -That h! own boyhood knew. And so I wish for you the things I think may bring you joy; That you may be a harum-scarum. Good old-fashioned boy; That you may, where the placld brasch Lies wimpling in the sun. Shuck off your duds and swim and have Some good old-fashioned fun. That you may climb the wooded hills, And find a grapevine swing; That you may know and mock the tunes Of all the birds that sing; That you may find a sweetheart wee, And take your knife and mark Her name and yours, heart-bordered, la Some craggy oal tree's bark. For if you know not things like these. These good old-fashioned joys, The good o:d ways and things we loved W\hen we were little boys, Manhood won't mean so much to you. Nor be so full of Jay:...

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. — 29 January 1904

comuogR Flint a SuLwhuab1 have recently been so of the grosers ad bW y another kind at bakiag r and ust as good," as is another scheme of powder manufactrer to on the market by ofRer a large profit. Hoe .st usually much benefited Alum baking pow ly low priced, but they to be detrimental to quantities of one of toently seized in New York, to be largely composed of grains of ground lint add! so-called phosphate pow with alum. The manu ps phosphate powder has pat of making the princi t of his powder from bones with sulphuric acid. rs do not want such mix their food. They should never peddlers nor admit teeters experimenters in food within Iars, and when buying baking *iosld get a brand well known of cream of tartar, which is product of the grape. in New Jersey hired a man 4ie capacity of coachman and Cas day the clergyman bought horse ointment, and told the it to a lame horse according on the bottle. hear afterward he went to found Silas industriously dip. into the liniment and the&...

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. — 29 January 1904

CONTEST ' ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BE WIVEN AWAY IN FREE PREMUi U The Southern Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of tihe State. It arrangement whereby some of our readers are going to receive three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. A$5 WAGON A $40 RANE This handsome stove or range is the second i premium in our contest. It can be seen at the y store of the Winnrield Hardware and Furniture Company, and will be given absolutely free to one of our lucky subscriters. It sells for $40, 1' ru-t wte are going to give it away in this contest. -- -low would you appreciate such a gift? You " i * ma" be the lucky one and :et it for nothi;ng. ( t in with the crowd and get the worth of d i your dollar and tyav he oi:e of these sp!e'ldid. i i E premiums. ".. S-== = THE LAST PRE . ' . l ! :(~"~~ ~~~~'[ h !:1 ,t li rCe miu mn it t h i.-4s ,'o n iit' s t 5is a t"I. , - V , hi," wi b, e .,given by The .,,uth,..r1 ...tin , I ,ird I S This 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. — 5 February 1904

S.UTHERN ENTINEL. -DVOT TO TH IU TS OF NRM LUoasArA Aim TM DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscriptiom One Doe per Yew. Cash is Advuace No. 4 _ f -. WINNFIIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1904. Price 5 Cents. TiQN: LL WEEVIL TO EXEBIKIRATI U3ITTB PU Eatter " Must bt t . . 4 a of . NEWS rPROS ALONZO. lef News Paragraphs From . That New ToWn. Speeiai to The Seatifael A onso, La., Feb. 2.-Colonel Slack.of the Louiaan Railway & atis Company was in our viage this week on business for his company. M. Charley Smith is out again after a tassel with grippe. -"To eccentric rod of Hudson Ludber Company's engine pulled i n two Saturday. Mrs. Hdipon- of Farmerville, i : visiting helr ssa here. Leas. Ba9ton ad Irvin are sua. The wriill .doa gea Oee bAU.iUL ar1sar is now doing a 4.fladdt to his S0atoutble 1em C-4 uLF } i; 31do, f :~-: k -·· 4 I RE-HEARING IS GRANTED THE DAMAGE SUIT ADAINST DODSON TAKES TURN. ON A SPECIAL POINT. Re-Hearint Granted Only as to Those Let Out by the Former Decision....

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. — 5 February 1904

EhIIIIpj_ dawa rns b w w=" bg mA Jlra r 47404 AaE I ws *resses tes -e ,ee sen 1eenlar, with yo haLm eetawsthel sod s NOW Seass -s the Is atesd us sad t sr eves see late y eves with th -AM swet teek sad $td inmy Myesm5 ilea tehe ulst-te's relvset cartnal esftu thfllag abat the der9 oam my ees se I a ha apy. Hetal DoUrn the war e remenbere roiaies coaming. the wae Voies trm the gai Whm ls healtMe tade went swimalr, 7 ema hear tham kwah agae; A I eer th watersn srse as thay ox to gurage them. That tar day. aM res happg. more than happy. I as' hbor the Wale bird's eaaB, Aaaegals I n ee Iat Atuu s eami inf thea peiuas at ....f fsrtr .."tU -e fame th lea. 3bag0gMe than the hils sad valleys whbe I werademewDiasd free. ah. mnro, the. dresas of beyhoed ta year seery to mnt More thea alt -4- Xc. Le I, S Haeme" Post. LEA.VES ON THE CRIVýER PAS/W. se fs pt am- ion tb TA& w theA -j ec '" lf 2 c wm aii~4~~ ~h~ r ýtb6 I s + a e, Uýhel thes A ~b-thkh dWtwet .._ s .' D SL~~iYiI ~jimir huM-sa ~ri...

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. — 5 February 1904

.x. au. 3gev-v ; Nedst: IC ~iSrb - ople Is lasw" h day o the asqpbtinsmt K P..to tals - to to e 1k mispruininl a te *i ltrmit thu at this young in'Waaee -o doubt, would mat 09 one 09the Draw"m -a tstunes, and magaidoest miuau 13 micrrtary I. of sad heir o( thduhs ls stanch old frestrades - it the political us. last m ak tby rsltog s cabinet, Just as he Mr. Gladxtoam sdaidwh , earl of Dmsa 'tBuriingtoohas an in1 p$loOOOW a year, and a acres, -s stvI, r~ats m~doSULac daks is now overS sad. mito it U 3ottooda the Qualitieso the haveusefrm i tai hais bess -utbi dubs. will be struck by uesimblaae that Is the camiubeefd at the he emly thins that Is bIbe Baaw hsavto fsrbes U-beat jib end te suams #hrf b. rr krgw~thub as the r~ewrbet3 thta e : tr- llas he 134.3 *a t raen rdr ·prXqsus .4eayi 3:_ x F·d- c' 'I. _ .h .5... "`" «.n ý: yw*. ". ._ýýf .. ._.... ^..;'"3 `ýº`;big+itii utr iiia u bws. in >wisa te- I 9+ bthe ebes ft at is. Mt tagi..v wits freak' c~i~li~ie b en no"ar pokeB only by th...

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. — 5 February 1904

` ýii1 } . . - tl ae dlD 411Mrr LO . 1s etsetN eto - Tb. abeelp S , Ustaui.s3~ - - leat tiseasbskrs I -st wS b sT - v *or~ mim - mane aM ý«Ta agoaiMU * - ss i i sad (Lw s sc tifs ,, ,R~r , u """"o""""""""" 1 anrlbss~'S ar n aau kis s in $1 So peel' M slr ' s 1s. 'I'bis o lR '!'so nra ftr t pss 1 i ts.o _itS h ri ots n. WAYd~lnu·lnl " ýttl~tsssý lsd"tb el i pa/etr" Tom! r eOU· 6#i· rrW Ls .~rrc Jos: SL ~ rr~. ur SFEBRUARY 5, 1904. ALMtW A cALAMTY. e day la ve iss Alice Boosevelt, daughter of the presi et, -gave a dinner anti invited N`Countess Cassini. The Countess Lest her regret that she would be uasble to attendon ascoun*-f pWlr ad then attended` another itianer clad in one of those *ese aore" dresses usually worn on sAuch accasions. It was an awfoul affaLr-4I snubbiing of Miss " Aline. Poor girl! Sbhe ba soie oiWmlatioU, bough, in the great annot of exacitement and geiap asiond by tle afair. All e is useel aand the daily papier are priating colamPs of f s±itabou1ht Is mitiees how...

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. — 5 February 1904

MB. P. 4 Win of Oou4ir, -Wiuatifi~~r ··1&-:- i III. J.~ ~ - Winm~ieat~1. LOCAL -IT ° of the OZ· at alviu. , sette, u, ol 7 people -in- tsh` here~ H'a - p.. *witebir~~~~': nv.w * `:ý= :iat 0~hi f r~ w r ^y'- mac"' 4 -·-' I a .1 I ~i~: s~i~~aj~i~ r- Qalr a Icii~nib~ri ~ mm· E i 4' Ai P4' I. - r, a/ ·iibra t13 :iN 4t ý. ý .^¢ Y .,ý, ti -a ý ý.ý' ,ý. --:": .. ý-y: ý l W.n a. m, L. ginness a tese r sa Mewir anrr amrseaeso oat or the 0 1.at . s sA ahIas, a. ma tro s heat.d, I ., wiD am 0 S.turday, March 19, 1904, btwa-the hbrm pregsribed by kw u dla0 - Ssalea,sadathe . alpl reat door of the Osost sem la the tow, of Wt Isald, Lo.ala s, sisat i a5mass Ik the .t sad 'rhpre erty, rights mad eflts and efecta. ot sai Dsueemae;sn Iasle & Lamber Com eay, Imited, as shown by the laventory on * eto in the resvernsIp peseedass, d prop arty consistlng of laads, machinery, ete. " erms ef ale-C to the last and highest e Mddse O0 €(-at) deeiver. *I O Notice For Publication. Land Ofce at New Orle...

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