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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 February 1904

* ~m." ad teb WON~ luti3iA~ssw bwv.s~m - IsC·iis II~wli mswer _asuinairS that the Ventrat Sauth Ameeias vitiaeo to the . Lais espoetie will beholdM with enay the by-wheel Ia the Machiahry -K1 hedlag, whish will esedte 2,000 6 r elutsh a satub. The beat that San 6 Dnitago %as dome or late is three eltiaons ta a year and a halL I May, 150", Gea. Juan uIsdro Jimimes was fawnted seat of the preuidency by Sgsa. DIer se Vasques ia a suouem fl rsevtiutom; last March (em. Va gos ws .everthrowm by Gem. Aljam I . nWies y la; and now ea. GO is F rg-" byh Gen. Jinmel. The New ?.w`ork T1rsae gives the following i bruatic a rirgared e the Iiamrgst gmeral: Sre port that tem. Juan s4Idro ~anames has beana preslaid wea S4mt of the Daa!nca republic by the ashuas fwe poehdoam of tantagethe capital, was arns a a surprise to his compatriets this city. It han been Isswa alace Ma *mlae let sme a tlw iotl ages, ta o that he was axious = tij to the oewe from which he 4es. 1w Gem. HndorsaS. Ta . s'e a year =...

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. — 5 February 1904

add s ; ino the sk C at the fiaa. t wbJak iam am asuE tmmm i I... o, l a 10r6tM 1hm ai ·bamea at as food; andb tbnlretaeataia .atrltlvo aim. into the bloo.weLmh aad aoun. Th blood -broaa the or s thus-"mL -birrrr Mjo t he~ mamy of dthem. ammo nars hrots whlbich h mdtýW - of alma avmosootu fatally h1tp.. jooflsd 4esklm. proporut Wilth be qtlbe wd b a... sil i -4 the - - Iiar tYui ~flmmI.u ^ ý Y t s'om a Nw >ln `Not at. 80betý tot °the emm pstusmt o 4.' a 'tt + eat.. osatter to &A ine a. foot bab ý 'mrs "hrnrnrq , sadl bem die to wst Intevo there) Rtemus a Mmr~rgrr to rrnpermw. hrttw ~tew ayis aa rbt h'm malupthe rEoadt onemssgImethdeedt wse he -a uamer ,uIreme to is out oud ItWVIWk ·ernest the armru Ugruiptg a pad he uiaymS up the ree *' Aid oLdf the road. 01mb bt the v iii he hbaled ther trm E ~$ippi Ilk * g; b r -to aiisC;~ir wail 4~'d 4pT I~~ri4"* uL~iOmm.LD. *18jlli ~ as ui h *e~rr ~uru adi S.!prI .-w. m '5 .. fiT 'qk un tha ~~ii; ~ Ii eM~iIY~ l ;isY Vo l Ok -wt W * ~ tg `...

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. — 5 February 1904

$100 CONTFST 1$ ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN FREE PRIEMIU The Southern Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper In this portion of the State. It 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 $40, 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 your dollar and may be one of these splendic premiums, - THE LAST PREMIUM. The last premium in this contest is a Ten Dollar Gold tENI which will be gives by The Southern Sentinel to the third This big $so "Owensboro" is the first and best premium subecribes in this ...

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. — 12 February 1904

1HE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. DEVOTED TO THE INTEIIESTS OF NORiTH LOUISIANA AND THI DE:.'ICRATIC PARTY. Subscription One Dollar per 1 ear, Cash in A J.;r4€e W.45 WNNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 19o4. Price 5 Cents. i ATiON ERY LIGHT SINTEREST BRING TTHE MATTER. THAN 800. d so far Indi will not be that Number. teration Long m his rounds of mcts of the par tspent one day it se of making te registration, much interestr ,matter and frn tion made so that many people d the p~rpoe Ae registration there were o red on tiit. t regi n that tiesear ha perqso +R 'd Y ft- '. ýýý Y ' - ; ý"ý^uýý. . ,ýýn a'ý,ýýý ,ý .ý`< ý'ý' ý "ý;, ,,, i ý's, ý ý' .ý T ý_ r FRAZEE OUT OF RACE. He Would Not Stand Expense of Second Primary. Special to The Sentinel. New Orleans, Feb, 8,.--The assessment for candidates for Auditor has knocked the second primary. Auditor Frazee today gave out i statement as follows: "I regret that in view of the assessment fixed by the committee and my own limited means I ...

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. — 12 February 1904

r s LOUISIANA. Whem ate t wss down my e.e 'tt I lmb as, Mertp besuo wear, v spy t me s Aud he my eream tsa ae ym cemlagn coming with yTr bands outstrtened and glad; I ea see the btls around ua. and the valeys autame-clad. And your eyes leek Into my eye with the same sweet ook and In~d In my dream. Thea the nlght-time's velvet curtales softly falln abut the day Irmm my ayes and I am happy. Bottly remns Down the way Come remembered voces coaxing, there are voices from the glen Where the lttle tads went swimmiang I can hear them leauh again; And I hear the waters urgle as they uad to gurgle then. That tar day. And rm happy, more than happy. I can bear the Wild blrds ma. "AMe agla I ms see attmgn. itting near the Wateall; More thea pertwme of sweet clever softly -owlg from the lea. Suiager than the hills and valley where I wanere wild and free. Mer ab. more, than dreams of boyhood I yeour memory to mel Mere than all! -J. M. levs na loouston Post. v LEAVES ON THE RIVER PASIG6 =r w ` · ý ...

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. — 12 February 1904

a< the a-ulaýt M. P., toe thk o to tho heita a -go det elt am h r hia youn awes's me doubt, would pi-e i ama at th ren a -eetest foreases and estates in secretary is, d a. d heir at the due stanch old free tradr of the political se mouth by reslgug cabinet, Jast as he eladstoams ad who, Baron cavendih, earl at Deva 1t Burlingtos, has an ta ; p1,90b, a year, and AS acresa, coatalatS private resmderes dake is now over To san so It Is nottoosoom the qualitis at the bMa. have seemn ses dt sad esapecially have been publihed wll be strace by esmeablaace that Is d comaig head d the ie oeml thlan that is is the sa hebve e. Iaeribes it-about the lower tp - Sthan, bWs hads oer tuasm the as th "ateplet "the Rie he a e is kra. Vat ata recent d4i -Ia' - .. 3 y I 4.· -wr '!tou. dl ct d Los. O Wih bemis Omkt Um s tes a bw books and hint but of thatrds t~ t~·ac day. bite.b th ne ha. on hen M3 4 maa, ChuigsW Klagsie7 hoe, now tormated by Kci agI, Mrs HariLs's sister. It wee thi house the Pr*est k...

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. — 12 February 1904

Evaryl ssr s · t 'Mrdl&r IA SCOATE .. ... afErtd as Seeo* clas ilMn .WE e. - UBSCRIPTiION. -- - .:OatOii atA Year. omwci j 3ssen-Tas 8arrcas the Ote lad Joa-nal of the Sebeol .Boli, ami th. Tofrn of Winnield. _ spormtat ffntc;. The subscriptione price -of Tea BSMrtaIL is it per yer, 50 cents .for six MolUSiS to cents for three months. and meat byad for the timuetbe paper i9 wantc, before the name will bi0 eroll.4 on :he list. Money can be sent by ex]ser or pot&l money order, by. check or rei t rcd 1eUt-. Make anl checks and orders parlSble to Ta~. So.Trae bemrriwe TaE SirixetLcovets the entire parish and where stack is lost or str. ed the owner should "rfimediateiy send a de«"rpt ion of same, with Sto pay for two insertions, to as. This wilt t ':n se;n uch time it: lhuntintg for lest stock. it editor of Tua SBr- tt is in Do way . -Ocnnible imo the . iews of correspondents as Axpress-d through the columns of the paper. Adt4ess all Ictters to TaEB SOU.T'EIRN SENTINRL, BDx sk. ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 12 February 1904

th D ifax. Disth~c;t Al1umbia. ktlIeyl "c, Jilifehi.s .. Sh~w. -oulrt. K. A uHL, jnflniW1l. J. PETERS, jtnfie121, ALITEMS,. the City Told in rapIhs. r, was her frontm V. ¶r , took a run uver inns of Attiita '7.. ,sett wýnt. 7 . ,pit * ý e moi. i, : , . - -si -""- a.Th Tl5i is glad be in a . ate o ' i readers this week that ti Jelerated Dbd"on damage suit, *--rein a number of the loalini people of the town were suedft:n total of $90,000 has at lIst beet compro mised. The terms Oif jhe ,zm promise as A (e4 4 ' 'egli that the defenilkts ai'Aipa: th sun' of $7,500 and the c6)t, which. will run the whole amount up to something like $8,500. , Every detail-of the matter has been pro. diabed for already and $6,500 of the amount as above stated has been paid in and the remainde6.: wil be forthcoming at once. As the matter stood this was the best that couh bet done, and the p-o pla of 'Dodson,. and .especially those w ho arepersonaly ooncerned Ire to ie congratulated on ac iountof, :the co)mp...

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. — 12 February 1904

s Demi.ne age la i Threes meady Revuluaie. s ea de Nearwo RepbUoe a es see to the Peaee .i the Word saould Do Called to Aeeesmt by Powers. It is expected by one of the news paper paragraphyrs that the Central and South American visitors to the St. Louis exposition will behold with envy the fly-wheel in the Machinery building, which will execute 2,000 rev elations a m'nute. The best that San to Domingo las done of late is three revolutions in a year and a half. In May, 1902, Gen. Juan Isidro Jimines was turned out of the presidency by Gen. Horacio Vasquez in a success ful revolution; last March Gen. Vas quez was overthrown by (en. Alejan dro Woz y GIL; and now Gen. Gil is opposed by Gen. Jiminee. The New York Tribune gives the following in formation in regard .o the insurgent general: "The report that Gen. Juan Isidor Jiminez has been proclaimed presi dent of the Dominican republic by the insurgents fighting for possession of Santo Domingo, the capital, was some thing of a surprise t...

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. — 12 February 1904

to the s ate or Prof . arlbwugm" - at immmtieS -t trsac or emr ds salts at almmau Ua the Ss.tem. evea whea ued it snUUties, are too wai haeR relating their use ia bakha Is dangeros, and ahould bess. e t of the coatlanuos os at kinag powders are thus samao SwedIcl publcatioa: taken into the stomaos a. - digestion of the food. as irritant which Inflames ad the stomach and intestinal ca as astrlngent and tends to con the bowels, which aIterferes the albumen of the food Insoluble, and therefore takes its nutritive value. absorbed into the blood, which to thicken and coagulate The of the blood through the or the heart is thus retarded. eastlnued absorption lato the c.uses some forms at etrvous and many of those afec "of the nerves from which both gad men suffer. grains of alum have caused of a child. Larger doses have resulted fatally a the case drog so powerful and deadly, no In what proportions it may be Scan safely be used I any at food." WIERE PEACE REIGNIS.: s Not ae**.4 an N DiLaos...

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. — 12 February 1904

$oo CONTEST DOLLA9 E V A4W REE P"R f tk ONE HUNDRED DOLLJAR TO BE INVEE N FRE P The Southerm Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premiumt Co test ever made by any paper in this portion of t; 2 :. It is arrniigement whereby some of our readers are going to receive three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. IA $50 WAGON A $4o 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 $40, but vwe are going to giveit away in this coyntest. 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 - your dollar and may be one of these splendid - premiums. -= TIHIE LAST PIREMIU . I: The last premium in this contest is a Ten " .llýr i.,ll. Piece, vU0.0 which will be given by The Southern Sentinel to, th, t:,ird lucky This big $5o "Owensboro" is...

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. — 19 February 1904

THERN SENTINEL. "a..nTO TU WtESTS OP NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. S aptn on r per O, CshiJ .No.,. 6 WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ~, 19o,4. Price 5 Cents. PLANTERS lCOT~TON AI.bU) TO- P1101~ Not Let ?Pms Them to It0s*. thhs ;~wrii One of tki- ;Ef <,m and Viaeb 8 A ; Hthe pan~taE 1b~ dtvo _P ~r dt jSClrive. i t-e 4. wok- 4--_-~ -,- z gEr w f. wItems ChronIcle braTsh8 stijanl Setrbe. B ecaW to ThISatnnt. Ala o, R la.L Feb. 15.--Mesers. N. L. Hudson and Levi Shelton *visied A, Andri this week. Bartrn & Irvin have coopleted their new tore house, and are Iptling anew and varied stock of general merchandise therein. Dr. haynof WinnfLeld visited Alonso this week. It. (y Garner, the hustling rreiita ire of the J. M. "Naigi Lr. Co., spent a couple Of .b.arith Aloase friends this i 4. J. Hudson a had 'Urge a .new boarding :- ei tor thie soommdatiou of e. etmployes -of Hudson Lbr. 6 misnow kaing omta to wMy8v to thirty empaaqy hybtijbt four. S . of t Drew ....

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. — 19 February 1904

--+: SThe Choice fHelen A& 'ms cIanl to arms had come. The I T est wae liveu with Uniformed aes. the air rasat with trumpet call i d irm best. rill aft oaudsd os the pree, the e r w.atr rawsmachlne sUd neede la eterb sd hLoma. The tfaes at the aces were shesd and stda, those at the woasea pay and se . After ma weeks at waltlagthe1asue hed been jotn d ad a atios spra to mers Men and womes alike were e dte and determnade. A pItuxeas proup std Is the old aht a the alid Mthedlst church. A heath of 2, tall, trastht, heroic in dhis *agram with tls neutesnt's shotd deetuA, a girl ot 11, red-cheeked. wibbekiagr eyes end raven hair; asa uther ryouth ao two and twenty, bli eed. .r-moutha. with eheekhs at as ja pller sand idtai rla witteS :s his tadure.-at iS Salor. .a Ii apok the enms lseatesamt, isfp husty. "the time has ca to >: ýese.$ I tmse s hwe me to the . r+ iaTe htaw I Lve ea. C I oUic Y.yr j..k s la my lohket, your gamenish M ag erslt Is my hsome whes I ajm* tato bsttlsledt' Y...

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. — 19 February 1904

) 9" p p. ..__ - . OF CIEUULPO, RE cOOR . th prt ul. . witnesa the openi.g of t . . oating cp t This pet s s' nthe t. r e. ora.w to iUor.. " . . Poti•loth tor army. It was troa this Point thha t g Udnd "Mita marines wh. they were sent to the Coean capital recentl1 to guard the there, s a the Bsrailw at thm ~e a point refused to transport a gouad orifered to Semi. UF CONFLICT `d Japia and Raisia In Far East. NOENCE OF COREA =t. mmmi. ORthe imbctr the$ La in A I to the pen O.s kawita Metk l o m de r r UI I l to Rua w ig toae e dare t. 1 a If In torn Jsa va not ar ft.. ~LC bt to he .Wi% t . ^--· t"- · - N.-Yt through to the Paclle and there spread ing up and down with an expansive grab which in the end must threaten and finally crush Japan's vry exatence. Second, the more Iamediate and pra cal aspiration of Japan-for an outlet upon the mainland of Aia. -Japan leks room. Its little sland kingdom is not large enough for ts people. To the east the vast Paclie; to the west, the totter eora...

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. — 19 February 1904

UE* COATES, ...... ...... Or ]ntenrd as flecoedOas KAil ~thr. BS9ZIPTION - - e.- as Dollar A Yr. Ofl L· JiOrnai:-Taa 033?13L is the ()Omt~W .irna al of the 8ool Bo3rd, mAd lhe Town of Winaliel t. mpatrtant Notice. The snbarciption price of Two S tZiNL is 1 'erycear, Se cents for six msaltts( 24 ceiits t: rhbr e rot`!. and mast be paid for the ti-- the p :.-rri wanted before the Dame will be crolIeii (V -te lt .lonr one a be seat by raores or ;to-lt~t u~aoey order, by eheck or registervirt .i.ett. Ms`:e all cheeks and orders 1ý3his' to -1.9 . -;v'frjrI:.R liawrIwEL. see CT47tt.i.iOi~ .! tlhe entire parish and where -stert is !' - or itrared the owner should tiuiame-iiely' s,-au a Ric-crfptiii of same, with !t t. psyr l.r ~r o iinrfiols, to us. This will 1ttr siw'c ra,, '-raze in bunting for lost stock. The rdifz'- r v? :: & itrzrrL is in no way res'onusli e : ±:e v, ws of correspondents as orpresa-si t`,- :, :rh th commas of the "per. Address :est;e THE S&)LIf wi 3' _3e YENT ...

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. — 19 February 1904

lfafr Distrie 'lurnbi~t, "·-I·; - ttorfncy, -innfield. P. GAMBaLUI:. ill ir..!ti'id I 'innltijeit. inlfielI, AITLETIJS. the City Told in Barr is quite sick with measles. here yest; ; . . ~- i ett 81$cira wtsd~i~ :Ahxdfi * * --4 ; ;.. y iI-z } I9 . rtdad ¶pa l4; ~ M the n4~ILr et Hie Wusdoming oudt 9 tJ uildng and started dOc uti t. s A line eont.aju lag thre ·-se 1 f h books was haargi. ovr the stcps. Tue line bud beet soed L63 haug 6i1 4 o1) far displav And th,, boSy echo took the fi h down failed to remove it. r.· W'ai e, in g~ing~ ctdowi, tin. steps; startedl to reach for a post, itt lcinig ; cln.°na:, the steps very fia;roe I ns: iºu! of reacehing time pOwi& te of t ha-!Jo:,ks XiItgalt hti w rit- and his !chute weight. ctane down on the line. The hook stuck nearly an inch into the hand and w\ns brokcn off. Dr. J. J. Petgrs was c-hie!Il alnlcut the, piece of hook out. It is a very pit f4I wound. Mr. J. H. Miller' of Hudson, one of the tchers o the parish, was hero iaturvay- a...

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. — 19 February 1904

Sm .toel Camesbzd by ed....arw~w sesese - 9 unr taeanes Are ead ge atree at 3 mU ea _ uoPFeasic she was saeM to -if Aftmeal ieCnuiso irp , pcussO and cmauUy, the congrega le a riles at Ike Romsa Catholic htch has tar the first steps toward e eamonisaston of Joan ot Arc. After haviag siNered In her Ulfetime from the green of her owU ountrymen, iapelsE.t ted b her sale to the English by the dke at Barseudy, by royal iratituade rrepr m-oe d by the inditference to her fate at the worthliess Charles VI., for whom he savewd his throne, bytbecharchitlaif a5s 1 ge8Santd by Chachoa, the bishop : 1u4 6S6, who, afterdeclarnaghergaity ;vp: u proved charges of heresy, witch _u e adt ýu eeianmuuietto with etvil spir as tn her over ts thesecular sa aarttags athe staho, which the --mhe r the snglush ab he sIs Dew dqdsred It for $W - pbabmbbe that from the historical S It s' the real story of the peas SLirl at Douremy, who left her cf sheep at the command at "the fieaswl masd obeyed the instructions...

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. — 19 February 1904

that were Vmul " ' li down , s- , . dl now dv Ja kow D. WJn w a moment the t.rat declaratie, bDt t om the matter i the in d S tance with thi. eif beaote cory, ad dio eb d so inta t- e matter inhe maden ola smwer statement th de ter bee of cases which have libe coared by Dodd's Kidu. Pile. se No. 1: etems ne r-ue from ighl oad tomnge, .onsti ead congested condition of sd to reader the irns biand tre" at thl t in sL." Net the Ceoitmw. n.e.. 1 you . a.k. .Q ~ rIe t i, aired Ut teachers ain, I know, aind in "t .tootry an the Fresh wkits tohrty sd Crisman s morssac ties I per et. battier fat : tidisdod _ ow, aoecdmg to P would Prt thesew ito =cost. t 'rn -saC for petge to the Jobs A. aad farsserassed lVUl srempary a pisaliet Ias -=Amue see yea peassees.'. 4 kee' r 1ent. sta r-ý Us-L BwT, i /.L. -Us -;I'i; " S-m owner stee o I iha lebs a seft reader of NOat aluable paper for manya yra have often thought I woule ln its many rmders a little bit at nmy aert eieraw as tiller at the s.l. thoug...

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. — 19 February 1904

S CONTI ST $ DNE HUNDREDBOLLARS TO BE CIVEN AWAY IN FREE PREMIU The Southern Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of the State. It arrangement whereby some of our readers are going to receive three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. A $5 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 $40, 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 your dollar and may be one "of these splendid premiums. STHE LAST PREMIUM. :-. The last premium in this contest is a Ten Dollar Gold S pOU, which will be given by The Southern Sentinel to the third I This bi " Ist~he first and best premium .- y subscribes in this most lib...

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. — 26 February 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Piper-Circulti gble*.PdiS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NOPTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Su.sri pto One Doli.r r xr.r, rr ui AJd. No. 47, , WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 19o4. Price 5 Cents. STIONS 0 PLANTERS IN COTTON ACREAGE tAL TO PRICE IS GOOD ONE, Should Not Let Pres Them to Inorese A.reage this Season. pacOs or 0ae couWn ng the past ten days, h, rises and the sudden tI have occurred, should C the planter that it a risky experiment on ti to drive hard towards tl more cotton this year. r instanceq what wonull n It if the 3,000,000 of p owork the fields of sl shoul dgrow each two b hi 190"O49 than they did id not this swell the. a proportions as to f, 4. topple down rap nmus know that .thing as over pro- g v#iery worst thing i ot them would utrrop in oncess as are: ' ina "th u ij a ' 1m r as g-reat ta sh. An h . 7"!_ e,'y x'3:3-4KaG&.1 y 3 ý: ti+' `ýý ý ý aý ý. ýn .yNTiR - ý ý e E`Y ,_ý ..a r r _ , . Cý7^tz ýaý t t.: v -?., ý...

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