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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 March 1904

r V .=. . ZANY B OOKS ~·~-ciSt iefea" C. &mu v ~Y et ~r 335 £_34- Is qb-About theonly time within ;- ntaet the newsmpprs of this city. printed the rsnsofThomasI) I'Wther was when it awppared in his obituary notice a ,hort time ago. To the newer gmera. he was practical 17 unknown, and y't to his ef fo n ts more than . to gas dhe i one ahna'a t1 r lb. city Il in ` 1 idebted for its fet hrl. Esobahr case to in Im. LahrW triavaei He russ udineie with the _r aiina g in his yard Public b t leave theostL 4 tChiago. `_Iltl-t wtaS after the grat Ire - Laglw tIngmbiet eta u#e the irnt tunastfor [t huck. arived in the fed theO T -td tha t se riitls-t eds hl At_ : 1i " A ,,, a " " 9> y ýr the a girrlt besl the gradeatlher uga _ wt the sass.su om, i tamh desire to rre their eental coadi tis-, sadt met themselaes fer better sit Fcr two haours eacheveale.raveerU lags in the week, they audy, the closest students o the city schootsa The classes range from the primary and ele eatnry grades up ...

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 March 1904

MON -n3 wrem' '. Iba thle ea to a~ Jam 364 h.-ar, tb L4 t may bbv. T roubl many 8aO-flad rmaedies taat nbetter. p hbopes ;Is wobmad six bus I calud seebut little bemat, but I coaldmaaitdsma to easix bnes Tell -otte for years. The iak bad a. I didn't hase t. p d ieb al. I r"t the tmtma seed sel inr bC·eumucurd -d to ayu abet 1 .ami te Writersof the peest' dfawsti he h arua D Wit base Thfeims '. WF sos icumte of r t "h *a* kil 11 f ... ai ·isr ·#ý i- _ T 4 ;, · 4. ý'iýact.k 1 y.,y Z M an Sr aantoy rha mthas an"v Aemi view.1he nited oservice Re. te at ok at two a ractners ws a!ret athis bttle, hol Daniel Mor Om, nfewar r a, evr the Wanch GMai e Was.uasteia at tlimt Ib Wi R w'hic we write the leader of 700 513aieters; ead Timothy Murphy, e U an shot Morgan's corps Mergn we a tar- lhted and clear eade lotder; he had observed in the atm! of October 7, a noble-look- I la rltah oalcer, who, mounted on a magalcent carged dashed from one d of the li to the other. While tMi ocer livted. Morgan...

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 March 1904

j ý +.i-- ~ _ ý 3 ýý' )313! ý 7j " r ý ý ý ý_ _ _" .ý ý ý _ ] ýý ýý ' ý ý{ f T ! ý.ý t 1t~r.ý'.ýý (t ý 1ýýý li Cif. ' POLITICS 4 GOVERNMENT LtegislativeX Obafroth'e Sensa of Honor. That c vlc virtue is not yet quite olje 1eto in .merican politics has been ftlpoletedi by nt Ienet one lncltent of the -Feeo in csa Sgross. altbongh -- '- its rarity is un consciously. m gested by the e -great ado toad. oveer the ina a -denRepr(alnt Joka F. Shafrot, attto Sz s motp ' his Wo o a s Werve wab - ~ he b a6tb ori as ttauen t romt ~~~SALT~· bee cast f r hi o ie i John F. TlSaeotho bse eu *eo adhis~ olleagues Feb. by resign' ýg iswat I theavor ofas. . Be wh~3Ui ro wah t'ntestng fo it. M 1r. } k~frothsadls at be had be e con ' "`- wincehcd that eavgh fraudulent votes ~rd been cast for him to wipe. ourt his - , s re be cd o eudous~y reetah ts his be atdon there was, an not alloest tfhalatr a both sies of the bat. himaea. ThraoDUr hate Is tat ~wV.is wi hA~~er~aad maer!- t o amyi i ,jston tbht women ...

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 March 1904

SOUTHERN SENTINEL.' DIV.OTED TO, TlB INTesrs oF NOI.aT LOUISIANA AND TrE DBMOCRAC PARTY. Sabcrpla O Dollar per Year. Cash l Adiance S . WINNFILLD LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNIN(, MARCH i8, 1904. Price 5 Cents. .._ .. Y - NED HOUT BAIL ;Porslo~tNB 4 -, I Vwg.4 to Pt WIs1 fiDead ma. -ac -Cia·sSr t ( " "~ 11Vfl6 4-~n l I a OIL FOUND IN S !SABINE PARISH: Proven 011 Field Extended Fifty 3iles North. New Orlean. Mar. 12.-A s ial to the Daily States from Many says: Sabine has biought in the most northerly ait well in Ijouisaina and has the extended what is known as the proven field by more than fity miles. And the i is not of-the kerosene kind it is pre hbricating oil, ready for se withodt unadargoing a proces of any kind. j D. M. Poeter of Lake Charles is the raastet spirit back of the Sabine ol feft Twice he bored i1eo theearth only to be rewarded with "dusteir." He secured the i oif.3J. W. OP-Neill, an ex-i oil man from Pennsyl- 1 la,, a they began boring' I atoethe. ' Finally i heralorts hav...

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 March 1904

Bothemer Sentinel QE.R : :OIRSANA. {^ " U)IS L~b YOUNG CUN D LI N G'S E±tPERINCL 'I Is oat probable that young Scund e. mr ambled in his life before inates, perhamps at school he played lI s for "keeps." e wasi a well ar h.atr and ladutr1iou young man --- atl ina his attendsace at the of S aend with a good capacity for busd a sn Hie alary waI s mall and the - -oý f thin made idm carry i at.meai mjresty to at extreme, but o itad within his mus d even ~ t a tsle' lsde for a rinay day. That -:. way it came about wa that .:- ` f the optrot-tows order clerk. - eoame aino posesaoe at a one ; mi s a or the Manduras Lottery piipe cmeermtsed by the Honaduras 5 1E . He - had invested two Is this seaurity, but U it was the sad at the week and his wnre at a low ebb he proposed up or a pool aof Lit itmm his employs. which wld kbring imsau w r i.terest to the modest a -aým.d mea, which eneed jl gs Om ndlitng shook at trat who 11mmen made a sgal, but when it appeared sients was absolutely assesd u...

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 March 1904

_- ~y ý to +ý- $ý dt ý` .. t 4_. ý_ - _ ý_ý - ý a ý.,, , (a few pears are emok to drt. a U". rabwaema-ladeed ther a. bwmaan-only think. Ior hlast week I nmalmed at the late, and jet, when I wut 't nad ry bhebse waitisn t the stais to aupbraid me The heprta eat. wasr . Lng ie a to. and actual. ia his drams-IL Y. -what meoNe* Ucbeeeaei anrd her rothar tSe esmutry. that!" alaamed Birdile. atr InUied the selsoi . thet es e.l.eut it S veblilS a tins Semflet -la th albeek reat M te kst" n F- as. seor aswa m:s '" -U 1 10 IV i 41 v.fc' yý,yEk21ý`..arz'+,v"'#x. w?`4 x3 Qfiýý 'H ýy`yýý^ k"4 I MAI DI ehmail't ~ Hk a. aackeo--t's a pleasure to Mar al. I I pari, with Pakker.. Johastoa. - You can beat him, Jeekoa--No; he beats me about tour James out at Ave. Johntoa-Then where does the plea are case in? Jsckaon-Why. aever remarks that I whem he Vw ycager he could play a moo me.a-Brooklyn Iife. sm aeal Lea. 8 had Just been Urging h.r to play for him, but she trned petuantly 'trao the piane. "I w.r...

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 March 1904

"&"..._.w._ . ..... ~~ ~-..-. _ aor Uo pº rtnroc iofb&1lftrb- en mall mastte of the second cam. aflU.TES&(I5rbl7 Istb in advrfl). (pascsfrefre to any part of United Staes? ........-- .........3 Aý': sitt ng rate made knows on appllcatiOn. '* THM SOUTHERN SENTINEL is the home paper of t ian Parith People, M O JO J JO <<z WINNEIELD, LA., MARCH i8, 1904. (ONGRESSAMAN SHEPPARD of Texas has grown tired of hearing Republicans claim that national prosperity may all be traced to the beneficent influence of high protection. The other day Mr. sheppard felt unable to refrain from replying to the oft-repeated declarations of this kind. "Why, Mr. Speaker," he exclaimed, "the next thing I expect to see is some Republican rising in his place here and proposing to amend the Old Testament. I expect some prophet of prosperity will rise in h)is place and move to strike the Deity from the first line of the first chapter of the book of Gen esis, so that it will read: 'In tJe beginning ...

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 March 1904

riof Alstop Stown .. ut of Monre wek here. is at Columbia a term of court, le- of Hickory r to town Mon McCain of St. itor to this city d gave this office w of theBmank -spent Sunday in win of Mill was rs here .Sunday. were of Hickory 1 n Monday doing l4 t Meonday wbe. bet.Oes to ghrqd.imadte at t ROabu first b~~ji~~d thi9 t tang he vriaf qeos of~ech ofd Urni s. i Y''4 trfl J'ý r- ni 1-7I~E - q IN ANY QUANTITIES ON SHORT ORDER. PLANS AND ESTI MATES ON ANY KIND OF BRICK WORK. A. J. GWIN, Building Contractor. Lock Box '. . S WINNFIELD, LA. a il: -Mr. Geo. A. keliy -left yester day evening for a business trip to Joha. 'The people are invited to call round and examine the new ipring millinery at Mrs. Alice Iffman's. M~. L A. McMian-lei first of the -week for Plattebarg, Miss., b.ete hbwill spend three or four weeks combining business with Mr. J, N." Whiteb~ed of Olla was among the viiltors to town Saturday and he c d at this ifice and formed the acqasin Laince of The Semtifel for oce ye...

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 March 1904

*ED. An Ybisah theWr D we~ -01~w ~AM Vmeek= Cl Souh ;'?i._ ;.. 1 _ owed Cooke to le stb-L A - ~ r 4 em-7 VOitoers to the Tennessee camp at the atgfedeatO reunalons n the past few y~ars will remember at the Memphis, V- as. uanformed company's headquar -grs as,old negro In gray uniform who steeo faithful and Jealous guard over everythlng pertalnlai to the men of that company. He wore the uniform, cap ad badge of company A, coafed eate Fateras. Visitors who go to the Snst remauon, which is to be held in dshville in the summer, will see him agate as affhble, as ecient, as respect til, as young as ever, gray aniform, aep, bhdge ad all, but this time he will wear tf addition to these the confederate rss of honor which the women of the aoth have bhad made for all coated esrq s ho saw actual aervia In the athte days oa halas-a This Is the Irat time in the history of th s. hern camps that this honor has em -' asorded auegro, and the fact that - ~. are a hundred or so white men 1ais lasderas ...

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 March 1904

AND the has bern - the boll wewf l;. rt be dope to prevent I t.ra cattle on as old G* Sthe all; burul dead trash; deep pabWg1 S the plantlag all have st d the peot in cheek. lat all other ýp vassýleea a matures befAre the boll get is their work, seem moset eseeItve. present time comparative ertisher has been eused an cSop lI Texas. Most t the stroa; it has been cros, and the of sommeral faertiuser ud eesarry. The farm. never used say commercial °a his cotton has no idea' eeectit has In pro maturity, een a natural The farmers I many Snortch Georgia would be grr the trop at al withot Sthese sfertilsers, as thsr ioueIl be too ashoet. k ut (asana of commesal tm -lae tea ire ubere be proltably rop, as It to mah to rs a etet 'aa or Vii= asstori d al~b as iue&b, If ec mnr.e, " rtulr °a ofhe ked ,Poe o rwa, . by the Vuuiety 'l9 tkq * varomy +Mt thee see+ýeh. Wtber s sad t th sI aA t1ýe _- Srt' be b # N, :W l4nst ._ O I*LCI! LN-I1 Id a a $+ °5 _ r~ E~bi~~r a a. t. t -h- s ýY a h_ b breed...

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 March 1904

ý '" 'ý M ý ý" Fý`ý 'T ýt ý 1 1 ýý ýý M 1 . { Z4 ...; :r..,,.i+.ý.1v-..?.c~~c ºm ý nrs.výý:....+.~rz..~s.ý..e~ac. ýLS4:· COMPIERCE ý I NDUSTKR iz zi i~ommnercia ldyii aw s Maria. Trust. . . r uce bmay of Uarrp eol, Bug l Idr; heretofore managing director of _ the White Star S- 11 huasbeen . ~ ~ - eeM 'l ,. sent of the international Mertcantle Ma . a.q a e ylink. (dament h-ti utri~butre-n a- a hanýlr I wtoeat. Mr. J l i#3eqga the rral founder of the shipping comebine. he haring enllstedjMorgan in finance it. iamay comes of a ahipowaing -famly and is now In Isa prime. He ý _. rd lire in Now York herefter. /laft Fir. tasursam Trust. ' T¶he New Yew beard of trade¶a *lb. r J W'bk larned that - aathe apped e € - `; bit * nae ýr lse wr with .T sn.. ,C ~S 4ea ~in. = ,.. '- : per 1 r ar n drpmsH '1: wu tibt.e a j--I -wed is r·. ji~ill~w x . vil h .3-ue e -~~;4l~ll~"r i6 r _ rsr h i~· i a ;. <. T n-h f Tf . ýý v ' e- yr g'i s L~: fiX ht and especially lists ,of victous characters and agita...

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 March 1904

SOUTHERN SENTINEL. SVOTB D TO TH INTBR S OrP ORTH LOUISIANA AND THE Doa TIC PARTY. Subscription One DleMr per Yer, sh inAdvace -No. ... tWINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1904. Price 5 Cents. RRIS LS OF TEXAS. There are Good and SScare is Over. The Sentlas. Tex., March 2L.-The in Texas is subeiding. finding out that they scared than hart. coming again with the ang, the priaries ase carpeted with most grass, and the people wakening to their so duties. One thing is here and that is the -to diversify crops. planting Irish potatoes, arweet potatoes, track setting out fruit before. Intensive taken hold of ther earnest. Inawetr priarie seetion, the is to cultvate broed the modern large , and to do thiugs on a generally, but it is the e.peuaes are the net pof.it a no may mtiueas not aearly that of a aa w a motUra ansad makes very bes t onlng g ltop f tonver 6ukp andud e as, i f we a .S W teswt ts :us wit J04 404a hu-wb· I c-4t biL' md-r ~ &Zi Viq usI S, ·-40 ý kni'++ ý F ...

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 March 1904

euthrn Sentinsoel MMWt LDu h : LOUI:IANA. Through Fire my NAgIA aUi t acl lOI WIAIUSs 'lEtBLkY I am no wIfe for you. t i Take back your ring!" Marion with her proudest lift of the head. maouid bit his lip n unconcealed vesatem as he a.hwered: "Throw it in the re-Ift you are tired of it I wead take it baick-not any more than I' take back a word I have said. Tor made me say them. Any other "You nee o at o over it all," Mari an aid. weaiIly. "Nothing really mat tw--except that you have found out -- time-how little I suit you. Bat ay mae does seuit youa, so let me play for you. Your traia does not go for tw bours." "Thamk you-I ean wait for it." Redmond aid, doggedly, rng anad moving toward the door. Marion, at the riadow suddenly drew back the heavy curtains, letting him ee the windy snow h-irling and swirling e ds. Within, there was only the faeLght. The big doctors lamp at the Mids of the steps made the turbulence e idea clearly visble. * the o Is o are at the station," she sal, quie...

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 March 1904

ote e the woe Ialt Wvle. -v.. ea et Pesui. .This is the season whae Chairman," with no pq litical purpose an mind, calls to or der his people. The season at "banquets" of the Sons ao the Some where. For such re unions New York is a wonder. The Southern Socdety is a power In poll tic. finance and trade. It includes such men as John S. Wise and John O. Carlisle, with promising Juniors "'S' like David IUndasay Gordon and his gdo Society needs but men Sp-resident of the Maine 8o that he has on his lists ble to membership. Of do not all come, but all and all, it is worth remem successfal men in a city tlon and unusual temp Vermont Society is less in Boston; I think it is organisation of whtch even the far westerr epresented by smaller eat are sauch looser organt the New England Society, year renews the dispute as ed the ycr really is "P1 s ad the Hollapd Society, many of New York's and which at its recent chartered an Atlantic hour for the asendinga of amd bfrth between New endonm. rtue ...

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 March 1904

;'°, yro . ..lA aaIs.v.rsb..au--' h in advance). -O4, (potage free to ay part of United States).------- - T months, f " " " AdtvertIsiW rate msde known application. 4s iE SO UHRN SENTINEL . tbhe hom.e papof t Wkan Padah Peo*p, * j3 *,3 * .0 dt .- .tR d WINNFIELD, LA., MARCH 25, 1904. Ix AuL our remarks about tLe town officers to beelectod soon we do not desire to be understood as ti-ying to cast reflections upon the men who have held the office during the past two years. 'there is nothing to be said against them. They hive held the offices with as much ease and as little bother to the general public as any men possibly could- have done and it is not our desire to say aught against the reco.ds they have made. They have been peaceable and law-abiding, and that is something. But what we want now is a set of -officers. that have enough energy to do something; men who know what it takes to build a town and men who- will take hold and do it. There has been nothing done to the streets of t...

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 March 1904

SLaces, Embroderes and Trimmings. -eis Staple & Fancy Groceries. We make no extra charge for prompt and c eorte attention. Free Delivery to all parts of the city. al to call on as our New Stoe on Mai Street. e S Telephone No o. roceries. J. • Teagle. AYS ON TOP . CALL ON ME the Newest, Latest and luP Lines of TS READY TO-WEAR LTHING LADIES FURNISHING GOODS .... next few days I quote High Patent Flour at $5.50 per e market has adv $1.0 per brl. since I bought, going to give my c mers the beIt of my good luck dt l.. ,. J. HARPER U. Th. . ILt. sad Sinm d;2,r. w wd W tIii L O Atteuties givesa to . p as, t Ea xt r ý t 4- LL· AW`- a ~ ; ; 34 *4 BUILDING .BRIMCK LIME C EMENT IP -A A N D E S T I MATE. ON ANY KIND SOF BRICK WORK. -.-. OWIN,. masel. _·le~~~,~ t l a sent amdll - il,,m. ". " " B4 1milgraphs. Mr. W. A. Sholars of the eighth rwad was in town Saturday. Mr. Cal. Carter of Calvin was in town Monday. Mr. H. P. Gamble was quite sick first of the week. Mr. W.O. Williams spent the d...

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. — 25 March 1904

'J' ·?· la"r Mama-It.s vry wrongofyou,Tom my-I thought yqu would have know. btter than to Aght with your, little -thesd like that! '-mm7y (a falquished one)--8o I do naw." But I thought I could lick him! Ally moper. - ?am *e r.es.te.. abe's Jeined an anti-ksiing club, Me fears the microbes. she decare:; Snose is what Is known as snub; atbe's Joined an san-ktsing club Hut why did she need to? There'ske rub! abe's p'.an and thirty. so who cares? She's Jotine a anti-kissing club. e years the alicrobe, she deelares. nae mIWseent Thtal. Georges says he nere has so good a e ash when he is out with me," as - are,.the girl In brown. "Ises he rnailyr returned the girl In Ig sae.miseratigly. "Now, Alfred -. t ljalt G reat. When. e's out' with .'. ' unhappy until heo makes it 1up" - omas i aerse. The poset eace put on a wreath That decked hiLm out Mtuitair; - u - - new eo wears a unny hat mo doesn't cat his hair. .: - -a.t.i.Wgteta Star. Yl÷+ le A asVe e+nWix. i. -ye * I ~P~iekes. A~hrX~% 444 ...

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. — 25 March 1904

advis m esl lr ing I tt4-nas she , srp LE. Plakcl s's Vep 1D9Ix Mas. Pýa :-'.oar med. is indeed an ideal woman'a madi. an sd by far the best I know to lost health and- strength I with r bagla. My= bac I had bearlagdow pýas and t headaches. I wevdd often from restful aleep and in much that I sufered for bour. before I o sleep n, I dreaded the ui· rk -s.am - u . dath .mted~ ~ two dterent y a to g se dle but t..t to ree did not selma to eause me. id your Vegetable Vempeud Sirecomnendation a friend the Eat who was vidUtl g e. "I am glad that I followed her ad for every ache sad paln Is gone not only this, but mya e . much improved. I alne. appetite and have gained in Sed. earnest adrics to safering women Vat aside all other el icines and a Lydia E. Plakbam's Vege =r~ -wMmwo E Yids is a rmsuabhb off the Jobh A. s~ee O., La AC~.. Wae. aectee. Sold Co.,mutheir h ig Pt dma taa . t omtb w with su bh se ed to U 'a h beiti at~f wblal aSsr is aide in order to I& giro Wir ther waeast seds ja...

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. — 25 March 1904

LRAILWAY. LWAYS ONtIMI~ ." Ni'ne is nor completed to JENA, Catahoula Parish, .sonly 18 ntiee from the Black or Ouachita River which will give us a cofetion with THE DEE'P WATER OF THE WORLD, S- " Withl avigation open all the year. - . ith direct connections on ten differet railways we can send or bring passcngers or Weight from all quarters of the globe rn uquick time: Leaving Winaneld siuth bound at....... 4:oo p m ** ** ' aor,' * " .... 8&5 a m WE WILL SEND YOU TO - rk aU, hours a *iaAk, -,, s . ..in 101 hours ,a L ....... as.41 ArZk .....................in 11 .ours MI~, Is... -... . ..I 4hours Mcu . . loan in h ours 8 , ta .... .. ...... _....... . 1 hour, v. n ...... ...........in U ors eAr. _h-t. ...........- ......t.M o hoursm and your freight as quickly in p.oportion. ORAVEL BALLAMft. 75-POUNI? STEEL RAIL. FINE EQUIPPMENT. For rates or information apply to B. S. ATKINSON, G. F. & P. A., TEXARKANA, ARK. Obn Nat& dla ýatkes are not an individual x se Oten over o- do...

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. — 1 April 1904

UTHERN SENTINEL. - fhlVOThD TO 1 T" B T NTWSTS OF NORTH LOUIIANA AND THE DEMO ATIC PARTY. / Sobscription OaneDe Dlr per Year, Cash i AdvPace No5 ., WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1904. Price 5 Cent AT Tti OIL WELL; E teh Starl i a Gas e Drill luwdag. at Winnleld well No. a erxperienac Suaday one that came le sly. A number of town vialtM the well ening ad wlice the Mr. and Mrs. . W. among thb nanmber Teddlie lighted a match Teddie . how the burn..- He tiipped the lb. creek belew the *wel someaing hlappened. -gied sad the bMal thes creek bank, Qut the ditch and iito the in MO4r the plat. es 4i sad' look Rdelamg a.g air4 sinedi .ws ý- th l t. a -dam, 0 'cSI;difl ~iYboisf a 5 ý· . ý ý vT' i - rZ SMALL POX' IS BEINQ SCATTERED. ndustial nstitute is Cloud On Account ofthe Disease. The Louisiana Industrial In aitte tlocated at Ruston was closed last week for an indefi nite period on account of small pox breaking out among the pupils attending the Institute. The newspapers of...

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