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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 1 April 1904

thier Se noel -4. v-a5 WIs : : W0UISIA. W zI. J. Powabs _ ... ý neso..rawc ' O.lIs IRVING looked at Agns radon as she crossed Mrs 's parlors. She was the fairest, ioak e.chanting and beautiful of women to him; and to-night, leaning spoa her escort's arm, in her long. clingag white dress, her small, dusky had proudly carried, and a smile part nug her ruby lips, as her dark eyes wandered around the room, she was in his eyes the perfection of womanhood and love. He caught the iwift, half smiling glance o her eye, and he won dered In she eared for him, or would it be with him as hknew it had been with others. As she passed on he tar.ed upon his heel to hide the look wh.th o.smed his face at the thought of what his lif would be itf this wom an did not blems him with her love. All the loa summer had these two been tegethe and she had given him every eaarageseat His friends told him that l heartless, as well as her's was ealy a summer - what man ever to such warn tP oibs had not hem some 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. — 1 April 1904

aks se 'two I - ; to have -ome in-1 d -ome a whion Ms t ety, r have y amkew. says boys weremea t wI-a tefUhi' how that ie. never dared toaet. ma DId4 mat tll t a b. says he always meant best o evelrythtE y he does on a stout! my Dad noet a weaer. o Dads wMoh .-culd nae; Ibe is th' bea mea hin'" ! I feels Jes th' sume I want to go i-ehi f enjoy it wuth a "at, go to scratch sa' ut up a gol-dauabad stot, D. Kimball, Ia BostonD BDdet. THI E WONAN'S" mOrn IO sInow tos addition was ,ompiete, bat quite seemed to get for it A number of thought we thOught we bad last and final bit at our l o-w "demaat would be a new hydra head to be a new wouad to be seired lorgotten. A big brace for . .chimnq was an "'etra." ikewlise the IeOrm wI. a new patent damper for the guaranteed to sae aaywhere to N per eaLt. of the coal to ppiy al rIsmet double the es1puark-e -s a roee lt assier to buy tha to pay for, the buying assent moslg det antique stoe, the imple motter of dawing a ato draw whq the reglate-ta ...

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. — 1 April 1904

A- p8xvoe r tthe Win~iel PcW s as mafinn tel of the meecad cisan. WVUWTIOW 3AT3$- lris b eeh Is advance) O n e - ".e, toab f e f r e e t o a n y p r t o f U ni te d S t a t e s ) . . . . .. .: . _ 'Bt* m@Utha,· '4 '4 ' 4' .5 ,iAvertt rate madetkwu on application. 1 T*I SOUTHERN 5SITINE ik the boie ppt of tt Winnt t P fDh P LA., A R 0 WI~NNFIELD. LA., APRIL it 1904. *hm PLAQUEIN~ PROTECTOR has found out that the lily white campaigners now touring the state in the interest of the Republican ticket is the same old crowd of re.-construction fame. The Protector says the lily whites have given two fed erls appointnents to citizens of that parish and in eagh case the appointee is a black negro with a mdst dishonorable record. THY SmwrlnEL has been requested to take a hand in the municipal campaign now going on hertCbut we cannot afford it. It would be next to rediculous for a big paper like us to mix up in such small affairs. However, we hope some of thlieoys now running for the offices wi...

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. — 1 April 1904

Call Before yii buy ve the alcast lsf j Lasd a-M ~r - ever brought tot Wa. Also see eor d of SPRING SHOES t Latest Styles, Best Quality and Chep rices. No trouble to show thelm t you. you will miss a treat if you fail to see our line Shirts and Gents Underwear. If you will come. p~ will be sure to buy and we guarantee satisfaction. J. G. Tei g4e. Telphoe o. to. AYS ON TOP :-.CALL ON ME the Ntwei, Ltt and Cheaest S READY-TO-WEAR CLTHING LADIES RNISHNG s .... few das I quote High Patent Flour at $5.50 per rmarket has~dvaced $1.50 per brl. since I bought, ngtogiremi tmor the be nefit of mygood luck N " 4S.,- J. HARPER -4::::::::::::::::: :e aasaag 0. - wfie4 La. 0 i-os 1.~,i~~) : ~tr4Ij bDa~ ~B - *Lbrs~~.I )am34 -·~= C#7EE :=4 h y.! -,,may "* ý' * - vW-. - i ~ BUIILDINO BRIOK ; CEMENT MA'~O&TKN OF B$21K WORK. 3~d Iý i_ : Z 1 :: :Si tTold lua -Mr. J. J. Johnson of Verda lpest Tuesday night in this city. Miss Ruby Roberts of Monroe is visiting Miss Nettie Bernstein. Mr. F. W. Lawlev ...

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. — 1 April 1904

II>.1 '#t *i· (1 r- 4m.o--why u alyways buy ta ýgpsDo p you like thema so - . i--Noflt yon -e -lme Awm4dam m i, seral4-cblcaso Amer fba. - - A ~ ,ataamelment. marp was "equaga his famous etrtime. "Thre ust be ao toreaig alliames qr tutsaghmumts,' he euclalmed. ,_: Jaes.," whispered his wife. .ew Irish cook a.nr she will leave It '~ a d dihabrge the Swedish maisd. "-> ° =sa jthe great man saak into and brought his powers of di to bear an the sabJect.-N. Y. S na was a esmely mask Uyes wsi bright as tinder Whenm ae rede open a traln. Ies would catch a elader. - o her tittle brother Bill Likely little feller seud a name appropriate. Called hcr Clder-Ella. S -TeakersB Statoeas. A VlAE AURAUWEMY . b j% yýý r s Y .cti} :'l~ iiZ~S ~ ~ ·~ M 3: ` __... me! ýýy I~·· " r. Jest bt W .C ' Wp w - e wasshowinrkswshBhi3ame~a tk saburbs that he contemplated purchae In&. "How do you like it, dear?"he k*e4l "Oh, I'm delighted." she replied,,"Its beauty fairly renders me speechless." "That set...

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. — 1 April 1904

9 et P i is the road to *bh.L' l11 is the road tomm' s -. - bme is mUsh IshmIs, au borrowed; aD t a ai IL.K has mrabilwqinuh to feah thi A~INS an AQCS 3sm s 5n tb.A p ago~~ j. gibe S" Ohrinr NI. p"1 Manufacturing Company Th *m. of bkcyd . - -rar~othe anxi. ewn-t--i .8; ~ OIYA ifNIU &u ?i" r F. ;r 2·I rT· t 4 v- i SAiMRm STOOL. u. o U~sm _w~aab of Uz~enm te USYmm. t " to te FarM DIP ~l~~lsc~ms c I am sa g a milkin stool which alts ae better than anything I have -ed beare With this the pail needs saly to be held upright by the milkes, as the stool takes all the weight. The leg, a a, may be abe and one-half or two inches square, 12 Inches long and fve or six Inches apart at bottom; ber aled'at top to st sides of le, b, which A SATISFACTORY STOOL Is pae hech thick. n tinches long and three and one-half laches wide at top. Have it wide enough to give a long beveled serface for the seat c, ,to rest on. Cut the seat diamond shape, about ten lnches long and eight inches wide, wilth 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. — 1 April 1904

M.... WIINNFIELDI 2f.,. Winnfield, La. C.apital Stock $5o,ooo. S MITHJr., GEO.P.LONG, H.T. PYE, ,- ;President, Vice-Presideot. Casehir. 51~UU U-- ' ,areful and Prompt Attention to Collections. " .... "..:g" good anywhere in the United ·" -States. It is theý cheapest stnl safeat wae to n d-- i money. ,n " "- D eceived froi Sr.oo up. Payable on t ~emead. We carry special insurance against borglarly b to protect depositors against loses k1 o 0~l; sES SING·.-ER. ,I-ln o eig ahn YuSol"t'c Mw5y the Maost Durable a aaotjk Is Soldi Cthe Public ori1U.H~sUiD.Uo i - W.wi La ___ -'· -· - -. ,r ~ -a -;#~t·~aw ·t ~ { a na . - al a r g- X ...t ae r ;; TX. ianio ki, -. t( - ý-. ý -.ý r tc' ýý ýý ,' -,: f .. ý'^" ý_ ý Sheriff gale. o Bank of Colfa vs. Wiltae . akore, o. Isa In thelfth Judidsie Districtow Parish of Wian, Loaisaai. o -0+ O Notice a. hereby given that by virtue of * writ of Siera facl issued out of the fifth Dis O tri Court, parish of Wins, Loeiaa5bean. O date of March 15, 1904, and to...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 April 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. S"slg Paper C:srcalath iin Wian Partsh DEVOTED TO THE INTEItESTS OF NORPT LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription One Dollar per Year. Casb in Advance SI; No. I, WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 19o4. Price 5 Cents. TR i1( GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. Anoth oc' Interesting Meeting / Held Saturday. o Winn Parish Truck Grow 'Association held another in. tOerting meeting at the court house last Saturday, several per sons being present who were in none of the former meetings. The meeting was called to order tby President Kelly at 2 o'clock, g. m. The secretary being ab seat, BI. S. Knighton acted as secretary pro temrn. A talk on Sfruit growing was made by J. T. (II. er of Grayrock, Texas, after which the roll was opened for any one who desired to become a memer of the association to do to. The aime of J. H. Crawford ras added tp the list. The committee appointed to get some one who would agree to mt in a canning factory reported that no one had ...

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. — 7 April 1904

The Southern Sentinel WNIE : : UoESI, AN. WINNFIELD. : LOUISIANA. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT w By J. C. PLUMMER c6W~UM..l1Zr'Zi ken Feb. CeJ ULTO NEWS of the lubber, I suppose," j remarked Mr. Fisk, chief mate of the-bark Astrea as, shading his eyes with his hand, he feigned to be regarding something along the short line. "No," replied the captain, shortly. "It beats any problem of navigation you can And in the book," continued the mate. "She's not a bale of goods for the cus tom men to care for," grumbled the cap tain, "there's no duty on her. I can't store her in a warehouse, I can't keep her aboard ship and I can't do anything." "It'd be an awful thing to turn her out among these dagos," mid Mr. Fisk. "If you feel so strong about it why pay her passage back to the paa y the captain, grumpily. t of this appeal to Mr. Fisk's liberality,.was ever to be known, for Just then the object of the discussion Came on deck. A typical Frenchwoman; slight of build; bright as to face rather than pretty,...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 April 1904

wINY • isrvr) , H" ojIs. {:t iIM·usn Al OFSICE ii work. " *W_,hlsi ý guominae while wp~sthbi~umW~"--ChiflUo meats .bhowleg that the ' `deed #su cmii N for the r.y'l ^a m hit s em n fo r d ja mo uf uRine for which he was = a has to be dose ~·LLl'i~'i' - " bin o) Qt- r .ý .. E faý ý Y 1Si 4W iUkdV* -.g'Js.1 xi F3 3 1. >' "Dear me," said the chiropodist, as the good bishop put his foot upon the hassock, "that's a very bad toe you have. Looks as if it had been mashed." "I guess it has. I took dinner with Brother and Sister Goodman yesterday, and the lady seems to have thought my foot belonged to her husband."- Chicago Record-Herald. The Plot sad the Hateh. The author scribbles, deep in thought. The hen has ceased to scratch; The one is hatching out a plot. The other plotoa hatch. -Lippincott' s.. PILL. ALUE. Amy-My brother, the explorer, W-as tellig me that Ia some parts of Afri' you can buy a wife for a few old sar dine rass a beads Mr. Crstymag-Well, a gpd wife's .worth that.--osto...

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. — 7 April 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. (Issued Wdkly.) D. B. COATS, ........................................ o AD PDoIaiuIom . Entered at the Winnaeld Posaomce a mall matter of the seoond class. SUBSBIPTION RATS-(Invarlably cash in advance). One year, (postae free to may part of United States) ................$1...00 Aix months, ......... ......... Three months, " N U U , G . - Advertsliag rate made known on application. « THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL is the home pape. o t Winn Parish People, A . A . WINNFIELD, LA., APRIL 7, 19o4. A LETTER FROM MR. GAMBLE. Winnfield, La., March 5, 1904 EDITOR THE SIArTlN.L: I beg that you will give space to the following remarks to the voters of Wine parish: The general election is approaching. It will) b here on Tuesday, April 19. On that day is to bt decided whether the Parish and State governmenl Is to be Democratic or Republican. On that da3 the last act will be done which will stamp Win, parish as a Democratic parish or a Republican parish . you, voters of Winn, real...

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. — 7 April 1904

mn't Forget To Call and See Our New Line of Dress Goods Before you buy the aPlest lne of Laces and Embrold q.~-u.rougL t to town. Also see our lsale of SPRING SHOES theltatest styles. Best Quality and C~dap No trouble to show them to jou. uwill miss a treat if you fail to see our line and Gents Underwear. If you will come you will be sure to buy and we guarantee satisfaction. J. G. Teagle. Telephone No. to. Al.A ON TOP CALL ON ME the Neomt, Lates ad Cheapeu tiE d S RIADY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING LADIES FURNISHING GOODS .... next few days I quote High Patent Flour at $5.50 per market has advanced $1.50 per brl. since I bought, ing d ir my customers the benefit of my good luck P * .s S. J. HARPER *prllo, 1 * ti MdMs ,6., ~ fri 'nom Gam '; BUIIIDING BRICK UME C.EMENT SHIORT OBDKRIS. PLANS AND ESTI MATIB ON ANY1 KIND OF BRICK WORK. A J. I LA., WINN . LA. apr.w.irb UUin Lilrl Ll Mw ý lý gwý ~r M r wubswM°ýw Hw ma b asl ~ ~s-L .' L a.,-. ~iv~ood whaak m ~m hraNbh Noaober a y; Nd A8 Sa e ta (.6 ar...

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. — 7 April 1904

TILELY CO EI.TS IOU TnEL CAPITOL 01 THE NMAox. WORK OF CLEVER WOMAN Accomplishmoess 1 >-is.. Arthur Powell Davls - Monsiour and Madame Juasmend of the French Embaes. Washingtoa.-One .of. the-everest women in Washington is Mrs. Arthur Powell Davis, whose work is known throughout the maritime world.. In this short sketch, I can only tell of a few things she has done. For 16 yeor she has calculated the ephemeris` o the sun for nautical almanac published every year by the United States gor ernment. Every ship that sals the . uses the lgures this mathematical genius makes, and she has never made an error In them! She secured the position through a most dificult dlvl service examination, in which gradu ates of Yale and Harvard and other universities participated. Finally, all W. AXH;M POWELL DAVIE. WL the toern 4i.tss bbs ail ldeut ~ th c~m ~- thetk·ii 4it deS D~rrobfis ! et C a. fll, y * sw P o was Ukrna Me Uhsh tee m Duwe. eirtk of She worn the am Brre !1! ` ,a* si i~rr - Q1tW. iN eo...

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. — 7 April 1904

.saztwý t. , m ad aa mt Ma dab a ate~c · sea tine w; m as , Judo wslis bt be a q ..-L-sasi :4ald orm 46ww aspamns a bqs 'a r ~-r Yi Sda tsrrbl qcrIad -~r saved byth m~e ~e;P I~r (Lvrs cb4 *iCau x.:-I mlts o. t o writs you bout ii. fr meeu thaitn Swys -ha - Ish- t as art a w .bleb a a soamt at - mdw v"ab t.o wm pot, bevsrr r, within trosau. h.b rr i miiiii IMP~a '= t~nº'-lilt ;,t° DME 'A HEMP BEE BRUSH. Discovered in California by an East ern Nan and Considered the Acme ao Pef1ection. While spending the past season In California with severAl large and ex perienced bee-keepers I was taught sev eral valuable lesons. One was themnak tag of a beebrush that isn my opinion, the cmnie of perfection. Take 20 inches of one-inch hemp rope; duble together, AN IDEAL BEE BRUSH. i e -W 1° . •Fcmut and bind with stray threads of hemp or tfoadatloe-wire to the legth of four Inches, for a hnadle; then tray out the eads of your rope and soak it half an hoer in water, and you have abrush that Will neit...

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. — 7 April 1904

I BANK OF WINNFIELD, SMain Street, W nnfield, La. t o Telephone 45 * 9 SCapital Sock $50o,00oo. * -------- - rO.FiC RS: 0 a. W. SMITH. Jr., GEO. P. LONG, H. T. PYE, President. Vice-Prtsident. Cashier. o 9 Careful and Prompt Attention to Collections. o 0 Issues Exchange good anywhere in the United o * States. It is the cheapest and' safest way to a send money. , Deposits Received from $S.oo up. Payable on c f Demand. We carry special insurance against barglarly 0 to protect depositors against loss. lral -. i SING ER: TheJaIna t Sewing MachnTe You Should Have. Always tie tostDarable and BReliable on the Market: Is Sold to the Public on Installments of Small Monthly Payments Or with a Liberan Discount to Cash Purchasers. S00LD MACHINES TAKEN II EXCHANGE . sPECIALTIES. W. 0. WILLIAMS, A.ar M ALL. -on-l xs cv O ACOE.L The Singer Mfg. Company, WIu O8. - .SST W.L. .nAsAOUSAsY, . I. sLA N aVER GUiS. Alexand-ia, La. __ __ AI.Zapd T-------- ---------------- -u~LWIM & AENA RAILWAY. "ALWAYS...

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. — 14 April 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. . .t AdvwrtLsft aprrcataia WaPe rls. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NOPTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscriptin O. Doer per Yea Cash in Advance Vol. I; No. 1, WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1904. Price 5 Cents. IN AGRICULTURE. ;onders of the Pelican State on Exhibit. St. Louis, April 1.-Louisia as, the origipal Louisiana PAr -lhese ette, and the seat of sano assive Spanish, Fremak Ameriesa governments, hIt '1 romsance, home of quaint rieobl castoms and canously ~ b nationstities, is InstalliWi Mt e palace of Agriculture at the Fod-'s Fair a display which es to show how diversieod are products of her aoti and how .aeary universal are the agricult. .aral esources of the United States. If you want to ee King Cot t upon his throne, visit the ojusiid seoction. If you want o lMt American-own rice of msppai quality, sae Louisiana. -oa err to taste the sieets of walih-of sugar produced in 1th &iica , see Louisiana. te ancy runs to bues to...

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. — 14 April 1904

The Southern Sentinel I Sama COAT, Dens. WINNFIELD. : : LOUISIANA. .Maimll m mm m i mm m m n ir Lucy Jane's Birthday ' -p sAI L~ I' CDI E SCSBTAIZING over the loveliness d the dress Lucy Jane was fash K gfor her eighteenth birthntlht marty the girl. at the risk of a nip in r the neck from the dressmaker's acs ears, wriggled around viewing herself In the cracked little mirror that was so unfair to her young fairness and said: f "I.s lovely, you dear Lucy Jane. Isn't Sa beautiful world?" "Yes," said Lucy Jane, softtly, "when mes 18 and loves it i." "Ah," said the girl, "nobody under elands as I do. ou have been there yourself. If you are an old maid. f And isan't It t fun? Did one ever threat an to ling himself into the river and 4 almost into saying it? tA. did snalp of i strand of yaur hair qu. And did he, he. Lucyt Jane, take one domen idstead of only jest ome?" Lucy Jane leased over the girl berathleiy; for the moment they were t girls tlh. "Yes," bse said. Just over hr breath. "I...

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. — 14 April 1904

j L. . - / Mother-It I catch you chsius thone lens aa I'll'wash your face every day ext week!-Pack. komay Goaling--C. 0. . Tb.e angels brought me C. O. D., Ph .as. and made him pay Al charges for the trip. just like A cart or bale of hay; And then before they'd leave me, too. They made him promise that He'd bay me clothes and caps and things And milk to make me fat, And lots of other things besides, And seales to have me weighed And padeelare the bargain was eie wort he ever made. -- T. Js erad. - TaD.by-Dat Percy Mokinstou - momr lintadozican' an' heabea 4yJ a hi s banio . Oh .my' 0sruoesCooaley (seerlan)ly)-Euh! . it - ratime am about dat niggah's Siis Yalerby (wakmly)-'T Is, eh? 0 id e .e ht tar hash dat man gib an Ssal ob AprA ebem ersihla' = 4bg-, or a hunsry pltyicmnnn eat ,- ~ a iwapabs-mayuRa Talk about yo' soni aman-· -_. ý. F!Fsr. . rw 7 5 AL *9-5- -·· 4-~.e·1 7' }ý ýý ýý __._ý_, t`r ý. - tM ý. ... i, He Found lault. "He criticised me for almost noth tug!" moaned the wife....

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. — 14 April 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. - 13 Wesdy.) D. B. COATB .......................................... l rros AD P ora -o .3 Entered at the Wisalteld PdWssoe as mail matter of the second class. SUBSRIPTION RATB. -(Invariably cash in advance). One year, (postage free to say part of United States) ..........$1.00 Six months, " ". .... .6 Three months, . " .......... r,-Advertising rate made known on application. 11 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL is the home paper of tt Winn Parks People, . a A A WINNFIELD, LA., APRIL 14, 190o4 THE LAW allows a man only three minutes in which to prepare his ballot before voting and in order not to lose his vote many men will have to vote by stamping the emblem of pure Democracy, the political savior of our glorious southland, and many will be the stamps that emblem will get Tuesday. Do not stamp the ticket anywhere else except in the circle surrounding the rooster. If 'ou do your ballot is spoiled and will not be counted. THE: AtE kicks at what we said in regard to~a 1l-po...

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. — 14 April 1904

Snf'Forget To Call and See Our New Line of Dress Goods Before you buy We have the nicest lie of Laces and Embrold rime ever brought to town. Also see our line of - SPRING SHOES A "Of the Latest Styles, Best Quality and Cheap est Prices. No trouble to show them to you. man you will miss a treat if you fail to see our line Shirts and Gents Underwear. If you will come you will be sure to buy and we guarantee satisfaction. J.. i. Teagle. Telephone No. to. JWA AYS ON TOP CALL ON ME For the Newest, Latest and Cheapest Line of GENTS READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING and LADIES FURNISHING GOODS .... the next few days I quote High Patent Flour at $5.50 per The market-has advanced $1.50 per bri. since I bought, dam going to give my customers the benefit of my good luck "i ,.., , . . HARPER hw E~y Apr l 10, I Id ,, y to accommo- p with lodging &Noiihern? Cairprse fýi. 'n .r ý'ý -ý - Au ft P . . ý _ y - . - ý V 4 SBUILDING BRICK LIME CEMENT IN ANY QUANTrITIESOR ON SHORT ORDER. PLANS AND ESTI MATES ON ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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