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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 April 1904

WASHINITONCOSSIP XWN PRONIN.ET IN NATIONAL POLITICS DIBCU8S. TRAITS OF PARTY LEADERS The Cost of Conducting National dmn paigns - National Committee Chairmanshipe Not En viable Positions. Washington.-A great many people are surprised that Senator Hanna's available wealth at the time of his death should have k been only $3,000,000. In some way the Im pression had gone out that he was worth a great deal more than that. But impressions about money are pretty sure to beex aggerated in these days when men talk about millions as they used to talk h about thousands ten years ago. Senator Hanna, of course, was a suc casful man of business, Just as he was successful in everythlngelse he under took, but after he had accumulated enough to insure his own finan cial permanency and the permanency of his family's financial interests, he was Indifferent to whether any more came to him or not. He never cared for money in Itself, nor cared to pose as a man of wealth. What he did prize was the feeling...

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. — 14 April 1904

i II *SUGAi c apdr th c Um~rr. 3. w I. a~a.i 1m we.eter as remained propi tlis for the planting of the balance o the sesd cam Sor the so..r rop of 1b land the work is now practically aletes. AS tle seed cane was IM l to be in excellent condition, there is groeen for colgratf * eat tbe c1rop has made a most to apy uncommonly favorable daring the winter, platers booe beg able to properly prepare the aa ad to plant the ePtire crop. No having been spoiled, a fall has been put in, and, as no have beens encountred, the has been completed weeks of the usual time. These facts a god start for the growing seaso.. While an early start is not sue slake a good acreage as well t~ se,-it is certainly the element to a fall acreaga, tcases to a full tonnage per ams. Of eoure. a poor growing sea ma ony cut down the Anal results o tar as sugar yield is concerned, but the very fact that the winter has been comparativel dry should bring a reasoable haLadance of maisture nlater en, when it is most needed...

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. — 14 April 1904

a 0 BANK OF WINNFELD, SMain Street, innfield, La. o Telephone 45 a 0 Capital Stock $50,000. 00 o OFFICERS: 0 S. W. SMITH. Jr., GEO. P. LONG, H.T. PYE, " President. Vice-President. Cashier. o Careful and Prompt Attention to Collections. c O 0 a Issues Exchange good anywhere in the United 2 © States. It is the cheapest and safest way to 0 * send money. 0 8 Deposits Received from $S.oo up. Payable on o o Demand. 0 0 We carry special insurance against burglarly 0 o to protect depositors against lose. a 0 ojn.s * o~o~o~o~~o~~o~oo~oa .oo~oo~o~~ooo~o~~o1 SINGER . The Kind of Sewing Machine You Should Have. Always the Most DI)urable and Reliable on the Market. Is Sold to the Public on Installments of Small Monthly Payments Or with a Liberal Discount to Cash Purchasers. 'OLD MACHINES TAKEN IN EXCHANCE 'i SPECIALTIFIS. W. O. WILLIAMS, SIA A Winafeild, La. K NwI of IUaCHINS. The Singer Mfg. Company, SNGER OL. A m1T w. L. DLAO Sw AYa, m. a. a121 Second Street. Alexandria, La. nE LoUANA & AR...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

THE 13 SOUTHERN SENTINEL. ~ A6 S A pr iiriltipr gprleI r Wht Pftrik. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTi LOUISIANA AND TlE DEMOCkATIC PARTY. Subscriptis One Dll per Year, Csh in Advance Vol. ii; No. 3. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL z1, 1904. Price 5 Cents. A lEEK'S NEWS Items of Interest in Short Paragrphs SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Things Personal and Otherwise Caught on the Fly in Social and Business Circles. !r..A. M. Peters made a trip over to Tannelhilt on professional Tuesday. Jeweler Perdue spent first of week on a visit to Monroe. fir. 0. S. Powell, represent tbe Alexandria Warble Works, several days here first of .week putting up tombstones. . J. D. Pace left yesterday for a business trip to antd ,other points. - J. DiTckrson went up S.:Mo&y, returning the wsekto offi pealoa. fr -_u +uace scalel Sb e ret to 4 xIlwM ~i`~ai~ ·ul~ Mr. J. S. Hunt of Calvin was Ia business visitor here Saturday and gave this office a call. Mr. F. M. Gates came in from Jena Saturday ni...

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. — 21 April 1904

IbUSostbern S--tido. aim CO*AU, U s. WINIflELD. LWWIIANJL Maloney's Political Manager d.r W._......D.ARsL || 0 YOU think Bob Maloneywill et the nomination for state sen ator?" asked a delegate from the First. The other politician shook his head. "Guess not. Malsney's struck twelve o'clock. Ostrander's got a lead pipe cinch on it You see, Bob's one of these reform fellows who don't believe in treating. That ain't polities, and Os trander does politics seven days in the week." "'m not so sure about It Young Ma loney Is a hustler. I'd a dashed sight rather 4m him set In than the other a . Ostrander is a pretty poor apology f a man, and Bob isas straight as a string." "That may be all so, but you'll see who wins. It will be the man who knows bow to play the game of politics" . Bob Maloney nodded smilingly as he passed the two men at the entrance of the convention hall. S"Think rve struck twelve, do they? Wetl, If I have the gong is due to sound thirteen next time. Ill show these fel low...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

1 t / Of OCSoiB Ebenezer was out hunting the other day, and, having ired at a buany. he took aim again, when his sister eried: "Why. Kb, your gun ain't loadd." l"Hush!" whispered the boy, "de rab it doan' know dat.-Detroit Free A Chance for Matilda. C'amjur (pointing to his cabinet)- ladies and gentlemen, I now call yopr attention ,to the reat illusion of the vi ng. I will ask any lady In the audience to step on the stage and enter the cablnet. I will the close the door. When I open It again the lady will asve dilappeared, leaving no trace. Husband (to his wife)-Matilda, my dsee. do oblige ie gentleman and alk p-Tit-rBt. rssIa' Noekband In Danger. Ja ad Russla sr at war. W et me can win: we know not whlch. t b that Rassi at the start Deos get it t the aechetch. ..YemasI statmaas. el Ym S= KROW AWAY. It~ i s t- - - ',u WWu, do ,ee think berr was anarr7 met A awt mamstsat' ,ren a. Se 'u>lL , I "I hear th' Widdy OTlya has mar- ci de: MittIa Mahoney at thaht," Said Mr. O'Tander. tri ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

.- a1 tse as ab a imie). . ý . s. M. r wM s a K " U_. Wn .......... ..... " t iýg , r p a _r . . 4. .. ... .... *i~ispml, . U . -. r. .5. a 1-011 i ngrate ua kanowa OR sppiekome. t4 aHf SMiJt N SeNT$NEL it the hme pper of tt Wis p ia. ...h e ,p , " .r . . WINNPIELO, LA., APRIL ]2, 1904. JAM.s, the Republican candidate for Senator of this district is no extremist, but like all men bearing that name has an attraction. King James, of England, was known, honored and loved for his christian piety; Jesse James was noted for his bold and daring robberies, and this James is noted for his long. shaggy hair.--People's Demands. Ir is reported noti that Mr. B. H. Culbreath, who wsas contracted with to make the estimate proposed by the police jury, has refused to accept the o on the plan- finally .adopted by the pol i r"g. Mr. Cuibreath has. aot beea seen and W"only report the matter as we beard it, Twros'good Democrata" who participated in IttI i ýcpocrefc primary, and even signed a pledge iner...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

ore you buy Well he tip ale Mn f Laces sad Emibrold r :ri.- r l giM t i ti- m. Also see our IIe of SPRING(] SHOEJS tlWatest Stais, Best Quality and Cheap S stP. i Ps. No trouble to slmo them to you. man you wil imis a treat if you fail to see our line Rgligee 8birji and G eate Underwear. If your will come lo you a will be smre to buy and we guarantee satisfaction. 1J.- G. Teagle. Tldipheo e r s. WAYS ON TOP C ALL ON -ME iaiitJiia&iO ~ Meat Four a $5J1 .9NN i .". since I r ~IeY~1Rof bWNt~f yy$41{Ay EP. F ="Sý~ ·~ SBU--E~tILDIN caa - fn o :t~k iý +'(ý ' ` & ". ýr ",."t 1-11 4·, ~~r ' SUCCE~ D ASWELL As Presd.n¬t of Loltuisiana In dustrial. Institute. The Board of Trustees of the Ruston Industrial Institute have named Dr. James H. Dillard, professor of latin at Tulane Uni versity, and one of the original trustees of the Industrial Insti tute, to succeed Prof. J. B. As well, Louisiana's next superin tendent of education, as president of the Institute. Dr. Dillard's appointment a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

Als wi as te Octer of O \ dal wachlmp--Vamigktl7 Om aitles Tat Naow zst Wa*lu o..-Com arss seems to i`l made up Its mind that fif any more government build lags are to be erected they will have to be placed on the south side of Pennsylvania avenue. la the squares which are now dinagured by long rows of ram shackle buildings, discreditable even to the slums of a ___ great city. A year ago coa L.oated the Hau of green made a bad Records. break In dsliding to put the new PAOOM t ofrecdords down back of the war t a.t location which Is distant from the ordinary lines of travel, inconvenient of access and un igktly. This was done because eas or two United States senators happened to hbold re uestate lntatpartieularsm are, and It was coatrved t such a quiet way that uniesn tie nescurs became a law bearea the tonrth Mar , certana psrpiem baills woeald be aflowed to .ail. tha Rmnres ma extra seg es .r neomeral heeling at dusI over thls lhilt bit of reas estagsmealp latiom eres i that d r . y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

l i t tl e o ofa r f o e e t l tetr ttre fateir ghat order. _. * . am-- ed bes.t la oa wety him shed hebr b w eeks a wck au. r b. a tehas wirl hace West me Marer seeds.nd s. I. it t ace out haofdoorte daotnt we trasfatred to Lt i liNsd satcdr it eai c a woe pao s erna- is the e~ato's with eo-i "Th dcoeters ata the cn Sa sa"i coo ki not . whdl. I . ehm moot hed ojeat Whei t the ar aus diralad thao t she mbaed aeb plated her mothers packL es Iveri piler 1 gr rewying Glrb. Waest Pembrcke, Me., Mah 321.- Mr. L. thith , tiplace, oay that odd. eidsr PaI we the beet rmredy far growing pkri. Mtrs. Smth emphasises e reoaadat by the fcllowg e prw tawas tirtn ya old hest 3liev r and it is now two years mce she -was fret takes withd wnU evs that would last eead owae d tha p f. in a month she woulda have aspells aga in. At thee tnes she wsen the white. a hs beye'r woul te l tdia a t t he pel aid t h e. o ot he . f taing uase b ar Dodd's W nos not had oe bad spell. ontin Aantthe treatmet aun e ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 April 1904

I BANK OF WINNFEL L, 0 TM)ain Stret,\ }LW innfield, La. I STelephone 4 4 * 0 o * : Capital Stock $50,000. o o o * 0 o OFFICERS: S. W. SMITH. Jr., GEO. P. LONG, II. T. PYE, o President. Vice-President. Cashier. o * o Careful and Prompt Attention to Collections. c o o o Issues Exchange good anfywhere in the United 0 * States. It is the cheapest and safest way to a * send money. o © Deposits Received front $,.oo up. Payable on ? a Demand. 0 * - 8 We carry special insurance against burglarly * to protect depositors against loss. . Jan. a S soooooooa~~~~~ *ooe ~ .ooooos~~~ SINGER. The Kind of Sewing Machine You Should Have. Always the :1ost Durable end Reliable on the Market. Is Sold to the'Public on Installments of Small Mork'thly Payments Or with a Libelal Discount to Cash Purchasers. t- Do MACHINES TAKEN IN EXCHANCE . j SPECIALTIES. W. O. WILLIAMS, S*I Winkatd, La. ACCMSOIES FAR ALL ----o K i OF MACHIN~. The Singer Mfg. Company, SINQER OIL. the BEST w. L. DALAHOUSSAR, l. 8. 1121 Secon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 April 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. emt ir ACheam Q#b l~ . r.h. DEVOTD TO TUB INTBERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND TUE D.UMOCRATICG PARTY. SMbecripUim ON DuMr per Ye, Cash i Advatce Vol. u;No. 4. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNINO, .APRIL =8, g19o4. Price 5 Cents. WEEK'S NEWS Items of nlaterest in Short ! Paragrpls SOCAL AMI PERSONAL Thing Perseml sad Otherwe Caght on the Iy la lSeelal and Boaslnm Cres. Mr. F. M. Odt mpst-Ksatr day to Monday at Verda. Lawyer Claytom of Bast.e was here to attend the speois eurt. Editor Payne of the Dodeon Times was a visitor here last 8t 7. Mr. Joe Kyson of T mnics was the busy visitoes to town Mr. A. A. Lase of Baoston was e.Tuesday seen his grocery ,r. J.. 1 Ballot Prairie Home was the traler.s in tow. M6.. . BDrier of the third as4 . a 'wa ag the Saturday to towno. 4ttom g to budines with the at Mte ixth te tor orst sup he a thh ee, Tree a~ -^'"me`wis ofp ý_ýý ý; _s r,ý,ý -t ý, `ý ýýý :k - ; . :'=ý ý: ý* "">r «+ý'#s :'a' ý,^' ý. __`s ,ý'ý i Mrs. J. W. Tedd...

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. — 28 April 1904

S ud sen.ti-e - S Ua,"tht L ---a WIE FIELD. : : UIIANA. THE MISTAKE OF CYNTHIA DODD , J. C. P ýM UR "ram." mrele said the hired J an, while.. s.Un dbt Miss Dodd's garden, "that d apple tra ought to be aout dewa It takes up Boom ai dbht ber"' "I wonder why It doesn't bear" said Miss Cynthia Dodd. "Beeause," replied the man, "it is all alone. Trees like compny." But Miss Dodd did at have thetree at down; it did not seem Just for her to do so. Was she not alone and of little consequene to the commuaity? Perhaps there was a trife less of sun shine It that day to Miss podd. So many women around her had hus bands and chldrea about thetr hea and she aoul see tror her window several, ap~ l trees in clumps with the red raf an theoir branche Misas Cpythia eGght hersel seghi g that day. aybe me old aple tree had its blue days. At ao-time lad bandah sti d an the ehanee e Me1 Cydthia Mar rvyig. It semed an apapted tact to the talk ao that port that she would livre an die- a setate. Yan mist esio...

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. — 28 April 1904

U rl I ] W I two had long sat silent, the the wife toaiid ai et The light from th' single lamp pesa-rate to the corners ot e grP room, and the are in the te. had burned so low that it was ouat "Yu," the wife said. "it is time a took place. We cannot agree. is no comfot otar either of us Constance Harcourt rose from her ecast the fan carelessly upon the k up a book that was lying left the room. lreouZt did anot move until :toat Oa the room above; he roused' hlmself sad theoght er what hs wife had said. His was t'rre.ed at At,'us otreast ved. Then he laughed. It. I lly such a huge jobh E~saOc.e go to leave him. Constance going S e liaghed apalb t But his nty was suddenly cut short, for he - sw la·h4 akirts in the hafl an a few urried words spoken an d .r . s o.t , late the butler, came Into the 'placed upoa the table a tray a bottle ah4 a bgle glass, was about to w hdrw when Har whom were yes Luast speak* Harcouart, sir," he replied. what was the conversation me would I please carry o...

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. — 28 April 1904

-h -AIM ine8 oerlFbsoreseini uamaIaO 3 airsa em s7. it advance). O.e. , wag ea a t ..id tae ................. - A-MAdvertL s me a s knaves ·ppIeation. L THE SOUIEIRUM SENTNEL is the hom papr f tt via PMlh mPer, 0 f A A WINNFIELD, LA., APRIL 28, 90o4. Carr. MArTI To of the Louisiana Boll Weevil Copimission recently discovered a method of fight ing the boll weevil-eimply applying Paris green in the manner it is used to destroy the cotton worm-and several farmers of Texas have tried it and report that it destroys the weevil immediately. The Capt. is entitled to that $50,000 reward of fered by Texas for a remedy against the weevil. THE. president recently appointed David Kapho kohoakiniokewenoah as postmaster at a place in our Hawaiian Islands. He has some name, but it is not to be compared with that of a British pcstmalger who signs himself, "Llan Fairpwligev ,nghnglnlgogerhohwyondrobiollandisilogogogoeh" So FAR ten states and three territorries have (elected delegates to the Democrati...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 April 1904

he Secret Of Success tlclag advantage of every opportunity.. We will give you the CST, FRESHEST GROCERIES canned goods at prices that will swell your Wings account. Also the nicest and latest goods, of all descriptions, in town. Don't until you call and see us. We are leaders ggt's furnishing goods. live us your busl a nd we'll save you money. J. G. Teagle. "'Itplmeh Ni . ,O. -WAYS ON TOP CALL ON ME For tie Newest, Latgst and Cheat. Lines o - GENTS READY-TO-WEAR (LOTHING a.d LADIES FURNISHING GOODS .... er the tnt few days I quote High Patent Flour at $5.50 per . .Itws urket has advanced $1.50 per bri. since I bought, at fIiMgois to give my cutomers the benefit of my good luck :2'.. S. J. HARPER 'AURANT~ j r-; Lddb`IODGWiNG. - ith ~"-, St a BUILDING BRICK LIME CEMENT at A.A tea . UWI N ear auI pM } twa~,"a~x ;9~iirnC N k. ·ii'~'~~Y ,aif the jury," said mo A-apshoe (Okla.) lawyer, "owhat kind of swearing has been done in this ecase? Here we have a physician, a man who from his high c...

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. — 28 April 1904

L " ý 6-"~C` L · ··`;-~ ` slai, I r ý SHE HAD THRRATENED IT. "You don't seem to be able to keep .the children quiet, Maria. BriA them at to me and I'll sing to them." "Oh. I've threatened them with that, mum, already, but it don't do any good."-Clacinnatl Commerieal Tri bune. The 014 iba's 4Sdvlce. SHe-If ye don't intend to break yeour eagement with me, why do you allow yeua Ricbmann to mak* you sech valnafle presets? She- der advised me to apt them. . ' ,H t Imarried you thej- mght oome aSa rent day:"-N. T. Weekly. _ _ _ I SP J I u' LE IT ! b I ý.tia -just corn oat WI* 14M. I was oati i ldger. Alf· Yrbos. Mal to'ma. ,dr brokma? 8se Mrs, &I.t, at that rate. o r d ItAota op .. _ - He t6-Q .jamst wuy about that. ' r is r +wW. t.iel fx-roaS, 15t~a e ree.". Rb br oa 1t t ti rsatk~ git~ngham. =fir - a gu..ýc- : t s AX·i. . L_ - cg o~rq~n rl 4 .3" I:- C :~ ;I~ 8aid an ipdlgnant mother to he. young son, "Why did you strike Uttie Lisle, you nauglhy boy?" Dick, tndignant' n turs, ezelaim...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 April 1904

-"=4 ON s et I it wa d- IM ji~jra P .~,.s S. r~rs Dail, March IL41a hem matd bus - bsea Lkre"a hers the wbafter qiedal t e. t f or Sc wit risht's DisaeS. N ~ 'ha iss br always hoes s -id blut evady frow the ststody traythersa mremedy which sai pre 1% eve m te mot u yessed stage. ibm is what beýý we Could lbDl "MB r etL $· q se thatIen d bess t ttt Isis amuedy. After' uay faius miy htDd wdg sitodL Il abosi t~ry odd -rl praise apeeh God far the day to do so, far this remedy rtoý dd eO tI woo aaad uesa dse' 9bs Xlysaa wow ' nAr f rthat wi care right's Dismas eet wedefal discovery h oders 3lebhhe-Ee's rtch, asn't he'" 9abhe"Yes ld y, he has 6sb · amal Il ·U 3·DddL Sý e' I7 b .'i IT ' .. ._,, : , ý_ :ý...e ý.ý+.ý .e." . te .: mi that we st gte torne. Bat taoe hepa ruthpte sats. think sa. Thisr ra, ist . It. s t hdi rw~~e nt t ir t isy fr tatin thw ter h thcr . Butrond -ae low ie cotton qnd suoyn . This 's ar gha riv e. a sreIt a to factd ruinous te alln practice.rop aue In tehis fal s th...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 April 1904

..r--,' - .."._"- _ '. " - - .'.7_._-'.i.,-. . . .. .--=÷ _2.._ _ 0 a " BANK OF WINFELD, S " Street, Winnfleld, La. £ o Telephone 45 * 5 Capital Stock $50,000. a * OFFICERB: p 0 S. W. SMITH, Jr., GEO. P. LONG, H. T. PYE, * President. Vice-Pre.ident. Cashier. 1 0 i Careful and Prompt Attention to Collections. S send money. Deposits Received from $g.oo up. Payable on Demand. We carry special insurance agalset burglarly I to protect depolsitors against io.s. . SINCER. The Kind of Sewing Mac.uie You Should Have. Always the Mast Darable and Baliable on the Market. - Is Sold to the Public on IetIim.ents of Small Monthly Payments Or with a Liberal Diseeat to. Cash Prchasers. * D 0 MACHINES TMEN IN EX CHANCE· SPECIALTIES. W. O. WIIUAMS, **** WiaeddM La. AQC B IaOR FOR ALL - LmaDs oF MAcnus. The Siaer Mfg. Company, ca tL. la Sut w..t Ai.amUk5Ai, L. U. I SeamEl Streat. . V Alexandria, La. Aw. L. low .to ResLC tire P iic t. the -r 'Slr w at OWN to 41 - p s? ma 7'a~ ~r efe. iaW- cir 1~ thr Pt ~...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 May 1904

THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. BeaAt. per C&rcl.t n b VlPar is. DEVOTED . O Tme INTERESTS OF NorT LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. C.bscripticO e Dlm perYear, Cash in Adra nca Vol. ii; No. 5. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 19o4. Price 5 Cents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . -7" . .. . . . . . . .. . . . A WEEK'S NEWS Items of Interest In Short Paragraphs. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Things P.eenal and Otherwise Caught on the Fly in Soolal and Bualness Circles. Prof. H. M. Micheal of Verda was here Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. Crawford is quite sick this week. Dr. A. P. Collins of the second ward was here this week. Mr, J. H. Gentry of Royal was bere r. of the week. Mr. R. W. Bartley of Tunics g.. a a c als l Saturday. Mrs. . H. Sutton i anmoeg *. very sick ot the town now. e. the eaw Jewelry at Perdue's. All the bet all the tihe. Mr. J. J. Ferg~lso of Atlan was amoeg le Fri dy's visitors tors,. )k-J MR. M. .bvall...

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