ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Southern Sentinel, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,485 items from Southern Sentinel, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,485 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 26 February 1904

Si outhera Sentinel DUN V@A t DIkur. 1WIkNWI3LDr : LOUISIANA. The Choice of Helen 0 W N1as RT SCRAN TOl r sausesn~an wa se ll .Q rac T HE call to arms bhad come. The street was alive with uniformed msn, the air resonant with trumpet call and drum beat. Drill calls sounded on the green, the busy whirr ot aewing machine and needle la church and home. The faces of the aea were flushed and stern, those of the women gray and set. After many weeks of waitngs the Issue had been Joined and a nation sprang to arms. Men and women alike were ex dst and dstermlas. A pictregue group stood in the old vestibule of the old Methodist church. A youth f 22., tall, straight, heroic in his uaiform with the lieutenant's shoul der straps; a girl of 18, red-cheeked, with lashlng eyes and raven hair; an ether youth of two and twenty, blue -e , ltr-mothed. with cheeks at ash et par and dogged resolution written a hbis tesa .ot in uniform. "Hele," spoke the young lieutenant, ipre , "the time has come to ooss....

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. — 26 February 1904

e. 17 ai RBOR OF CHEMULPO, COREA. c,. o, wil witness the opening of the coming conIctt This port Is also the ter [ the Jaanaese raiiway to Seoul. and Is a port of grea sratgicl impor aa lnvalng rmy-. It yar trom thisl point tha the Unlted States marnes when they were sent to the Corean capital recently to guard the Son there. and the railay at the same point refused to transport a L e guard ordered to Seoul. S OF CONFLICT of Japan and Russia ia the Far East. IDEPENDENCE OF COREA Wanuts the Cer to sea e 1[ e" m sa.4 ae the serett sttem-RaemIas Lam e4.. -. s .a t .7 an the diplomatUc tsclhlcalltlg the rrsl fore ftthe E an lifbc tl as Asia ls the opea chias, pCuir IS bat a aide law' a diplmatic purpous. It atir brremtt nation, To It ~rous wil Wsnprute the Iac ] thr hrmias t matcmewil Thin Rwls to whiig to uMtinna, emdftiarn which S whair t w to pantt RIn i to ais wpCares. lbrtke pr, ti I Is trtu Japan wll abt use: sIgt to Xachwa a but IM - th w ~ : f X 4 7S, -;~ct:r 1 , § ,1 xv-c~c;~T;...

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. — 26 February 1904

SWIIIn SENwrwlmL. ' .Y ?y RUhay at Wh eIi, La. COATES, ........... ..... Editor. EnBter as Seobad Cla Mail Matter U3SOIPTION. - - One Dollar A Year. almcIal Jemarl:-Tia SBarmnm is the 0olal Journal of the School Board, and the Town of Winnield. Importat INtice. The subscription price of TmE 8SmWrtmm is 11 per year, 50 cents for sir mofths. 25 cents .for hree months, and most be paid for the time the paper is wanted before the name will be enrolled on thlist: Moy can e sent by express or postal money order, by check or registered fetter. Mke :a] checks and orders pavl:ie to Tln S:r'istms 88TTirrxw 'T.e SEaTILS, covers the entire parish aid *::re .tcckz is ias.t or strayed the owner should :irani.diateIy sevl a dercription of sare, with Si to pay ffr two insrtions, to us. This will often tare .. .rh timue In hunting for lost stock. The editor of TuE SsI~IrsLn is in no way responsible for the views of correspondents as expressed th ou:'h the columns of the paper. Address all letters to...

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. — 26 February 1904

Ifax. District, W1 AR, lumbia. ttorney, GR!S1HAM, ye, FP. GAL E, Winnfield. =L. *haw. _Wnnfleld. Court, K.ABEL, 1innfield. Iilnfield, AL ITEMYS. the City Told ie phs. B$arr is quite siak with mea ies. Uollius of the sec= here yesterdiay. yetL of Sills W&a Monday. isntedl Alexandria RA is n4 y and * *. ker of tbe qecmad ~FSrfiaishol tthe weI S* fA. neiEpriding iato h~er, Jorne a tpte iii 4 ;:tea. = ate, am for The M. H. L. Brian was here from Ver·a first of this week looking after his oil interests. He is sec etary of the Eureka Oil Comyany ad is keep pretty busy looking after the company's new well, being bored, and issuing stock to those who desire to make a safe investment. This company is one of the strongest in the field and is going down with its first well like it means business. Women find quick reefin Dr.Tha hbr Liver and Blood Syrup. Twenty-Five Killed. Twenty-five persons were killed and fifteen others injured last Friday near Ogden. Utah, by the explosion of a car of ...

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. — 26 February 1904

&1. rMrs to 30 Cauoazwz by Vatholc Vhzrch. ~ smsiqs .1 SssatUktin Already simume4 at s3am-After R@5 S-i aaee s h. Was Slid to Ile x ru .. After nearly Ave centuries of misrep reoentatoU and calumny, the congrega tUorm r.ies of the Roman Catholic church has taken the frst steps toward the eanolsoaton of Joan of Arc. After havlng safered in her lifetime from the greed of her own countrymen, represent ed by her sale to the English by the duke of B~rgundy, by royal ingratitude repre maated by the indifference to her fate of the worthless Charles VII., for whom aekaved his throne, by the church itself a epreseated by Caachon, the blshop ofa Roen, who, after declarnng her g.ilty ueo saproved charges of heres, witch rait and coammuoistion with evil pir ii turned hir over to ae secular an -lrtltles eri. rlag at the stake, which aiuther the leach ear the English goPtted, she is now declared At for beatlicatoa. It is probable that from the historical polat of view the ree' story of the pe...

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. — 26 February 1904

-t1 tý - gior7 ie, 4ev _ gu ý ww~e. `rk, Jan. 18th.ý. -r -plia frmrf'a D.,ottm iace, of th fur all Luney, Dimes. a tb n with u Lfu m kawa Dr. Wtl' a vr -r~ent the o-plt tiot daclssatiat, bet tam.e. the mrttur the madila d h -t have the seeaebe . taa ith thu aaibk . Wiltsoseo has -mmrad $. Ozramat, J. Y. forYlr and glla t a wok stag tatet the doctor b of - whack have a - by Doda KMdsy Ple tc-erstuor od - fro eCegeted milfitias of to rsat the uiat blad teas' a th Pi 3.. the @Lst7. @1 J hewam ·I1Lb of'm, I kuaw mLin n F'g b the mink UA Ik- a*&w been atm ad Yi rk is tbwt t '64, a'[ . bi ail i L· Int, yýýt ir rrr _-" MA II 'et ' ,et ta. . b re m e mve been a silet reader ao Mur oat vileshI pper for many pUn andh ba oten thought I wools give its mamy readers a little bit at Im shoetu am speie as a tiler ot the e, t mhough omething always pre vte rdate mfrom g de to un sowr, mnd. it this does not And its way to the back door I may try again in the near 1 I bhav been living in a little ...

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. — 26 February 1904

O CONTEST oo fE HUNDRED UOLA "9 1 U411EE88 IA :3 ' 0 NUNED DOLLARS TO BE IVE AY R PREMIU T'ie Southern Sentinel has inaugerated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of the S`ate. It is A arr. gemcnt whereby some of our readers are going to receive three splenc:li Pre:niuris ABSOLUTELY FREE. A $50 WAGON A $40 RANG E 3'This handsome stove or range is the second F_ premium in our contest. It can be seen at the store of the Winntield Hardware and Furniture Comnpiany, and will be given absolutely free to one of cur lucky subscribers. It sells for $40, I but we are going to give it away in this contest. - =; How w\(id you .appreciate such a gift? You nfay b_ the lucky one and get it for nothing. Get i:; with the crowd and get the worth of t your doiar and may be one of these splendid premrums. == THE LAST PREMIUM. =: fI . -The last premium in this contest is a Ten Dollar Gold Piece,. SThis big $o "Owensboro" is the first and best premium subsrib ini 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. — 4 March 1904

.µ+i ý A' tý HERN SENTINEL. Tvolre e inss oP NoPnh LUoISINA AND Te DeMOCcAliC PAltY. Sbscrlptsu Ome Da pOr pYa. Cash i.n Advaac .48 WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNIN, MARCH 4,4. Price Cents. LDFEL) LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 49- 1904" P~rice gCents. 0 NK OFI`NNFIELD, ..s .Winnfield, La. ja ita ' Stock $5o,ooo. H, Jr., GO:. P. LONN, H. T. PTE,. nt. Vi -Pr-~elent. shier. and Prept Attention to Collectj aEumShn et anywbere. in the United .It 'a the chesaeat and safe t weay to "money. . Sdece : _ 5 p. Payaie on agagrt~ - ~·= -..1 i~~1C· :-; ·-··i P·rrZ~IA~-~LY~~7~t ~i~·~91LEl~e~-1ILI · r I;t ~~ .. .;, -t: ~L~g ~;sa ~-Z~s ~ II ~~s·-~ar,·:·. ~i~-~·i~t -;·· -i·s-~7·Ec~·_ h ·~ r·~- . - `· ·-~ ~L~f; -I-r *jr,:a.t 3: ·,. :r-~r CS·'·i-·;5' L\hr,:r Jli ij ···· ~,; i~Y Tf-: d~d~:X.. "; ---~sz~,··,: ~i~P` p, .~ ·--b 1: u~ -~cb ,,,, L L· F ir: 'L' r i·` I·r r-.··--s ~. i;·r;;J --· x-·· ~F~* _ ~~:~?~~~~-C:+;_;·-.Y· I-t: ~t~9~f3~i~9;r~ ~· a;: s f~ - IR· JIS~F~i ;r 31- Ilb tL " y.sý fem. y ft...

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. — 4 March 1904

j.OUINh lL Shages kaeet ksighem. ther eIe t Lheir A lat bhe Elpb iuheres bemiema 3gtem. ~Ulaw peawesears rins att him. tan hoot oS their delght. o hr o Mto ah eand greet him VW eeme- home at t asht! av an sawe quwteis **e* tDi he as gloe ae tbeeth, ar bo belas Is Jr and peae:; olrs his smie smooths every wflakie, ow he sets an wrong arighat, prow he usnaki fser crinkle Whea paop comes home at night! glst, ah. Meet baeynd al speaking Is that happy tamily. With a lowig father seeking oh rmrmo e It trouble-free Lst s harm, we peaom near hM (Be ep death-untimely blight: Set lorng may bin cCdren cheer hi m whea papa emes home at night! -eer . wkuaeD, to Gooda Housekee ir. The Major's Saddle Bags Owum.BL N a s W mm U. Din { a biinerow" Mfa Ism theI eosM last whic he bad wo a _-aheidle OfsIt i r r w-s ºw wisumobtr des ttrlb sic . hds1ma s -. f hme afwed °, *ilm iº ae uttsose~ti. 'Wgmrn ' * . he sssa-UI uusedw rnr'. .l he mahee. - hstw hinor d bees iniy s uv whenm art 'ise th wars;, mid he ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 March 1904

TIGHT LACUE' and NwatumraleaIs whekSameaameess tea' Cast. young people Iadesd the girls ao tihe preent . since haBhion at all so faras they are eoa e seemsto have rangesd on the side of evury islatnty and pretty, sad yet Ute, sensibly comfortable in the best sense of the Ieds sensational stories ia fgs m tme to times eon girls who are tortured by t Judgiag only rom omet ebservation, the achooid a perfectly healthy absolutely u.ooeento d.as tigshtlamela e 8b nsel the pmasaslum, ball, swims and rows, all thmsen e res. msu t t4 -ý sas son sona ýýýý Y, ,!f~i~l an~h~z .d tberop addsrb . "a h br tb .tct a at Uni gktO th~uustt~aa Nt C #. by sa, -nwa - bay bdi e. lis Ita d =Wpwt #a mw *s st.I r ps;is v y sU1tW3 1u btha isi a tbeeautds t bt ,. t, .waba ate, i = :grit~l ae "3 ~u,-~in 1IS' -~U ~iall I or-, ~It Qp s gI i aflor iar af t tS to ii Yom. ýI, - ' -w Mme. · "r - - `-a.Ar'k u S is oeo Its ma wirtes The new deuig this seion Include a ide r rl tof daity patterus in pale ci gas wail a in ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 March 1904

71t 44. POLITIG U GOVERNVMENT Legisative. Shafreth's Snas .f Honor. That ciic virtue is not yet quite obsolete in American polities has been .ndicated by at least one incident of the week in con greaM, although its rarity is un aeted by the great ado made over the ind dent. Represent ative hbafroth, who has served several terms in the house as a S Democrat from a Denver (Col) John F. Shafroth. district, surpris ed his colleagues Feb. 15 by resign 4ng his seat in favor of R. W. Bo ".ya e, who was contesting for it. Mr. b ·afroth said that he had become con - jDced that enough fraudulent votes tben cast for him to tlpe ot b)s 4mnajorlyf. Therefore be coud not eog Scientiously retain his membership. Withen he sat down there was an out : . a rst t applause on both sides of the a, and many Republicans and : . nts crowded about to congratu Sate him. The record In this ease jihbows that weene voters were the perpetrators of the frauds, which con -(listed f repeating, vote buying, roll and ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 March 1904

Investments SEE J. Di Pace, Winnafleld, La. Livor and Baele -,W$JY REIUVS TUE OltH rrsrwfrt1a. Ai ,p usd thbi ft u remeedy with perfect oufacn e and bmionmy they k)ustwhat it aueqis aoogs t o lacks, H msam.drabýk Yeldlw Dock, mt tasa 5. and fnuLideb at .sn .r dwMt ill te the tahi is sciat i and melfahle .pt a fot e afll =S es boing their drgin in the Lim, Aftw pmnd ezp#eiace an iemts apedCemt_ 1k & mhtmamufuctwer Uar it m e hAs 1to being whet tubemaalagt o dhetiosm dumb bentaemI mbyew ýt grae..a ýR. a urarrf rr sý I -+ie i i-si aL nt. ll4ý ..:im Z s a d a. ear _o i - mwO " ;1-~--,m'Ainaghp m-d. I A Didd W., K. : ·i s1 _~dt, - Tt " ý . _ r'~ ýýý ., ...; ýw t;;·Y Dia~4; * rtown of Winn ge d, La., of ruenmonia, on Vebnruar 11th, 1904, Miss Sajlie Murpy *ged ; 73 years sad 5 months. "Aunt .Sall.," as she was fauaI iriy know. by lI her friends, wýe born unAtabama and - to oiultin iu;shear early S k. has mde. her bonoe *k law iehw, R. L. Tuane ever wnce the year 186?. She hmi ,*'=the ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 March 1904

911115 « , Ib i sw i aam EL t Schub Sstdrbut to It. IS A CITY OF MANIY BOOKS 9ho mig Eille Library Is Yet tI Its Ia-sa.ey-Treasure Houees to Seleam tLe X wlegse-semne Ia ter...estm Fgres. hicago.-About the only time within recent years that the newspapers of this city printed 'the name of Thomas D. Lowther was whenoa it appeared na his obituary notice a short time ago. To -the newer genera tlon of Chicagoans he was practiel ly unknown, and yet to his ef forts more than to any other one man's, the cIty is in 1hmes IQ lRowtr debted for its free publie library. Mr. Lowther anme to the dcity rst in 1853. Later he traveled extensively, and then settled in St. An gustlne, Fi., just at the breaking out et the war. He refused to side with the south in that struggle, and on. the day the state left the union he defiantly raised a union fag in his yard. Public eeaing forced him to leaverthe south, and he returned to Chicago. it was not until after the great Are that be began agitating the subj...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 March 1904

thousands of putt best of feelig aý those on hegurt want to use the 'ne tbhe Roehbester ~ prominent d ith a doctor. re as a friend ever the 'p and shouting ''hello wanted to use his tele. time, with the result they arsh things to each othe., demanded the paktir , was the answer. doctor, you ean have aeuren't for you I eoldn't you?" asked the doctor. the oundertaker," was the aa st's Avisee. Jan. 25th.--Mr. Harry L 407 Sumit street, this city, advise an-one no matter may have Kidney Troublc dney Pills. with Kidney Disease for Dodd's Kidney Pills eured many so-called remedies benefit. Four months ago, I back with this painful treo that I almostgaveuphop any better. Th-rg a I Mrchased six b s d see but little benefit, but I could see an improvement. up several times at night back were very severe. six boxes I felt better years. The pain had all t have to gt up dtring the I continued the treatment wed several more boxes, and to say that I am completely rites of the prsent day often 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. — 4 March 1904

$1oo CONTEST $I0 ; ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BE CIVEN AWAY IN FREE PREMIU The Southern Sentinel has inaugurated the most liberal Premium Contest ever made by any paper in this portion of the State. It s arrangement whereby some of our readers are going to receive three splendid Premiums ABSOLUTELY FREE. A$50 WAGON A $40o RANGE This handsome stove or range is the seconl premium in our contest. Itcan be seen at the store of the Wlnntield 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. G(et 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 DOLZ which will be given by The Southern Sentinel to the third This big $o "Owensboro" is the first and best premitm subecribes in t...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 March 1904

THERN SENTINEL. S -- "DEYVO'. TO THE INT1-7 e STS OF NOTs I.0.51 " A AND Teln o r I zO.~oAr C IRTY. STub.CcrPptkl.i On. Doaper Yea r, Cash in AdCanc Na . .. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MrARCH n, 1904 Price 5 Cents. n Met at ~Peoik aid a D. ILqiiI- publicans of the 27th District held a con Pollock Wednesdqy of j nd nlýminated Mr. ies of Wine parid as _didate for the. pp The district is*:cohe4 parishes of C.flwl,U Winn. The REubli organ atouas in the parishes bu it is aot Sthey have oiranizeita paeriskfait ii aloo parish coriveboie at same day the $ends ventiofn muset. 'Jo anodit04 fBoE r°b and R. 4 &%ae -j ,y . i"S It hei~~rss rpC 11111 wi 1 I~aiF e we ýý i aw? r 4 .,t y . " "R Hwy x , f" C'M+ k"t 0. ý j}mi F 3 ^L - ,ý±. b 4ýiýficý ý ! ý. SPERSONAL NEWS" FROM ALONZO: Brief Notes Penciled by The Sentinel Reporter.; BSecial to The Sentinel. Alnnzo, Mar. 9.-Mr. Jack Smith of Winnfield has super eeededMr. Barnett as foreman of the mill.U - tMrs. Schofer haes accepted a posi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 March 1904

'UM1151A3A. , ES- MIOME AT NIGHT. = r: re a*ieu's aces brighten. low thes: drop their tyrs sad books w time mother's burdens lighten, Sew epectant each .om looks, eo the yeangsters run to meet him, le3* they shout i their delight. r tbey thronga to kiss and greet hlm Whens papa oemes home at night! * diI *ll uahls sam to vanish, .:. w = l° l ttle qu .s cease, - 10* h.$ p In Joy and peace; row his smile smooths every wrinkle. How he sets all wrong aright. Bow he unkinks every crinkle 'When papa comes home at night! est, amb, blest beyond all speaking Is that happy family. With a loving father seeking SpCreserve it trouble-ree. Let no harm, we pray, come near him Sudden death-untimely blight: Buk long may his children cheer him When papa eomes home at night! -Fercy . Bcknell in Good Housekeep la . . IThe Major's Saddle Bags ' s aOEU~jrrayedhimslf isth isribd hot which ka bad wornaU . oitof Franca. lH oipomuwdrs -hi. sther relic o ffrmer glowhic wumt to burda Michaeel hisve 1ha demhq't...

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 March 1904

41611T BHTL _j * .in . ng people sla@AAA Fashlon at all Sfar as they JmaEto seems to have rasg . a the side at every sad pretty, and yet, sensibly confortabde a.te best sense ot the sensatlonal stories in Stime to tiae eon rts who are tortred by only fromome's , the schoolgirl R tly healthy y.ug inaooenmtaaay thhtlat&l . Sedl. is the gymnaslum, ball, swims ad rows, exercisesarments ass. IA . <Wi _ _" ao tr as the are Is . tb1OC-r;~ u y *,,s~ espsdt ., i . -. Y a "; yr' "?f r_ ýs ý R. a ý k r. ;z> Nsa bee. - b __ sash virtues, ewi i this mason iahige a w$ s rieut o dainty patterns In pale sweeraor weln a is dark useful w N. "S tlttus ad be no dieaulty 5wqethI agtost eveurybody's (f the two blomwe sketched the one oa th left migtht be la cream vtyoly, spot ted with rimaso, or white utility has be consdered, dark navy bluespotted with white The tucked yoke sives a Vaer becomtng eect to this blouse, while the neck s finished with a turn over collar In hbestite.ed. ine, and a p...

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 March 1904

'S'EEf SQ1JHn*~4 wflJTI3E bý tff paper of tt - INNFIELD, LA., MARCH iI, 190 AN EXPLANATION. For the past several weeks THE SaERTIN.L hasn't reached its readers as promptly as itsbould and it's due to us to explain. A combination of circum statnces has almost "knocked" us, First the rail roads failed to deliver our print paper 'until we had waited two weeks for it, and when it did come .tle. entire "push"'ot the office was sick in bed. :VWe are getting straight again now and will make up for all delays. The papers ' have all been printed and mailed out for the past four -weeks, .ut they were Jlate. We hope this is sufficient p!plaI tub delay. C T % Tan P3A0 AnD HsaRoHnt have broken i| ýgain in the Philippines and a fore of 3,000 i s "'completly wiped oriut" by General i'd.r macain.t hiie g.--ll killed but fifteen. en4En .4 mlthies mIore in these islands : 4be.t a-r wiped everything will be rsiont of the 'Mormon church has Sbefdre a senatoriat committee giving his ca e . to the Snmot ...

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 March 1904

ie p .5 -"~f~c of ,.; ellmade y t Tueed- r spent ThiuiI us of the e nday attetudiig on of th geem uesday 'iight or iteliell .rebftnecd stn extended it adia. * * hasmoved into railroad bridge. f eiss left Tknrs. A1ezinduim o h quit +.i.to lie 1Jae now - w ý 1 t t i~i*d. ftrr _._ . ý. _ ý. r +c iý ý. ý ..: ,, . >. ,. ý... - ý. . , .. w . _ ý. ti _ .. ý; ý `. n ` ý'a - ... ýý 'y. .. - .ý S aw handed in .- d ou pethis year. ar better this year than before. That refers to * aows zwhich will -bein na i eld March 18. g Mr. K. W. Tedddlie and dghter,. Misses t loby and Lex, up from St. Maurice Sun S and spent a couple of days Mr, J. N.I Huffman left Tues d day for Union parish where be it will look after his farm and get wmork for a new crop started - .: A.J. Gwin bas arrived `. wittl his .wife and household atffets from Minden and they are - icated in the L. Seiss residence o Bsesit street. La-ii grippeclouftbr iield quickly CLlI r oiaderfuI curstive qualities b>P~e Hon~ejt itd Tar. ...

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