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T'HE SOUTHERN 4SENTINEL.
Advertising Paper Circulating in Wina Parish. DEV)TED TO THE INTEPESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND TilE DEMOCRATIC PAIRTN. Subscription One Dollar per Year. lash in Adiarce
olume X. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 24. 1903. Number 6..$
nt of the Local Handle
iEINC PUT IN PLACE.
the Machinery Unloaded and
ill Be In Shape and Turning
it Handles Next Week.
tthe machinery for the han
actory arrived on the L. & A.
freight Monday evening and
ing placed in position very
ly now. The building for
'machinery was completed
time ago and but little hal
going on on account of there
g nothing more to 1do till the
inery arrived. The saw mill
ion of the plant was put in
a weeks ago, having been
ed separately fromu the
acinery, but it could not
owing to the fact that all
ut will be run with one
ne and boiler which wele
hased with the lathes and
not shipped until last week.
Ilast week'. paper appeared
ort item to the effect that the
t would not be in operation
last of the month, this
rmation gained from the pur
contract which did not re
the shipment of the outtit
ter the 1.3th of the present
. But better tineo has been
e in the shipment than it was
ght would be- the case and
machinery is here, and thd
agenmeit hopes to have it in
ning order and start up next
k. As soont as sutiicient labor
be secured the plant will be
rated day and night, the coin
y already having assurances
-the full output of the plant
be taken as fast as it can be
In fact practically all
necessary arrangements have
made and all the company
to do is to make handles and
jobbing houses will take
of the output.
, in for Winnfield!
WALLACE 8 MOSS,
ý inio tide cor of the 5th and
-JllDltrict ad the Supreae
s oez1I of Luisiana. A Notary In
i: W. R. JONES,
A-.time- na- ..w e od Ntar s.
iU practice in all the Courts.
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THE SARDIS PIC NIC.
Sunday Was A Big Day There
And Many Visitors Enjoyed
In accordance with its annual
custom the Evergreen Sunday
School at Sardis church, eight
miles southwest of Winnfticld,
celebrated the aniversaryv of its
organization last Sunday. The
Sunday school has quite a repu
tation as a result of these annual
celebrations and many days be
fore the event the leading topic
of conversation for miles around
is "Sardis piciic."
Last Sunday many went from
Winnfield and they all had a
nice time. Sardis people know
how to get up a good dii~er and
other prerequsites for such an
event, and all who attend usua Ily
have a good time. This was the
case Sunday and those who were
fortunate enough to be there are
loud in their praises of the -'good
dinner and allround good time."
Good for Children.
The pleasant to take and harm
less One Minute Cough Cure gives
inmnediate relief in all cases of
Cough, Croup and LaGrippe be
cause it does not pass immediately
into the somach. but takes effect
right at the seat of the trouble.
It draws out the inilaiuation,
heals and soothes and cures per
manently by enabling the lungs
to contribute pure life-giving and
life-sustaining oxygen to the
blood and tissues. Grisham Drug
The Wrong Boy.
In the report in these columns
last week of the accident in which
Mr. C. M. Durham's boy got hil
arm broken, the writer got the
wrong boy. It was Milie, the
second son. lie tried to ride the
yearling, or got astride it while it
was lying down, and in getting
up it threw him off, breaking
both bones in the right arm in
stead of breaking the arm in two
Due Notice is Served.
Due notice is hereby served on
the public generally that DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve is the only
s-lve on the market that is made
from the pure, unadulterated
witch bazel. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve has cured thousands
of cases of piles that would not
yield to any other treatment, and
this fact has brought out many
worthless counterfeits. Those
permlps whb get the genuine De
witt'e *4tch Hazel Salve are
never disappointed, because it
cures. Grisham Drug Co.
Tlied for insanity.
Asathe Sentinel went to pree
last week Mr. J. M. Leeper, whi
cut Seriff Bailey, was being tried
at the court house and we were
informed that it was a preliminary
hearing in the matter of assault
on the Sheriff, but we afterwards
learned thathe was being tried
for insanity. It was found by
the court, however, that he was a
a.se man and he was placed
under a OON bond to await a
preoininary earing iphiyh wllTber
givp.asa soon as the Sherit is
able tb attend. Alter the insan
ity tI) Leeper was hustled back
to jail and given no opportunity
to mm bond, bqt sods made
rds- bi p givRen his
AT THE OIL WELL.
The First Well Is Now
BORED THROUGH ROCK.
Work On The Well Has Begun
In Earnest--The Drill Going
Down Rapidly Now.
After waitinz s.everal weeks for
the piping to begin boaring on
the oil well, work \\as s.tarted up
first of this week. Everythin, i
moving along nih lyv, the drill i.s
down about lto feet and goingi
down at the rate of about twentv
feet per day. Already a strata
of rock four feet thick has heen
drilled through and everything
points to smooth sailing for the
dlrillers. Hlunldreds of l'eople
are going to see the work every
day, the photographer, L. A. Di
Bray, has made several views of
the derrick and outlit, and al
ready oil city has the appearance
of a second Beaumont.
The livery stal)!es are taxed to
their utiuo#t to furnish teams for
the conveyance of sightseers and
those interested in the work.
The roads are full of people con
tinually going to and from the
wvell, and everything is hustle and
bustle dlown there.
We know the ingredient.; of
nearly all t::c liver pill- on the
market, and we. know how they
all work, and what ,atisfaction
they give; and we tell you can
didly, that there is no onet that
gives beItter satisfaction than
lMarburv's Perfection Liver Pills.
They contain no calomel. Their
:action is ge!.tlc, but thorough.
'they cure Sick Headache, Bil
iousness, Constipation, Backache.
Drowsiness, and all worn out
conditions due to liver derange
ments. They are by far the
Best Liver Medicine that we have
ever handled. Everybody who
uses them acknowledges their
superiority over the ordinary pills.
Buy a box. Return it and get
your money if not satisfied. Price
25 cents, of your dealer or by
mail. Samples free.
MARBURY & KIDD,
m23-1.y Sole Proprietors.
For sale by the Grisham Drug
Co. and Dr. W. H. Williams.
Saturday morning a team be.
longing to young Mr. Newsom ol
Hickory Valley got frightened al
something down near the L. & A
depot and struck a bee line ur
Jones street, at a pretty livelJ
skeedaddle. Several chairs it
the wagon were thrown out bul
nothing was damaged. Every.
body along Jones street invited
it to stop and stay awhile but it
moved merrily along,., every
thing giving it a right-of-way,
until it reached Main street when
Alonzo Jackson, colored, putrun
it and got a grip on a bridle, rein
and brought the frightened e
quines to a stand still in frcat of
the court house.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a
thing thoroughly. Of all the
Salves you ever heard of, Buck
lin's Arnica Salve is the best. It
sweeps away and cures Burns,
Bores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, ,Uil
oere, Skin Eruptidts and Piles.
oIt'A0 d 4 n guatantegd to
o- o if l ;C> h am
I PASSENGER SEVI E.
''he L. & A. Railroad Will Pui
On Regular Service During
The management of t!i' L. &
A. railroad has, after so long a
tine. decided to put a l .paew'r
train on this en of the line. the'
train to be put on ab,,out the ithi
of next month. A (.otitriticot
train is now at work on the line
putting it in shale for the new
setrvice. It will reil:lirc tvwo
trains for the servie. ine from1
e 'h e, l , of the r :i !,l:il'. () ,
will start tfrom acth ciI, of the
line eiurv morin0'g11,. : ma(ke a
througigh ru.n oif it. ra.:lhie: th,
other cnhi of th! r;'el in 1.. e'e
ing. Thie s.i,'w, luie !:;'- nt
tecn arrangce(l ana t.uide public
as vet. heat it i, -ie c4t that
the .ervice will b' 'Li:: n. t later
than the 2Otth of Ma'.
X. P. Rentz Giives His Th:oughts
On Different Subjects.
There is as muc'h differs ace in
:ou1me people t s there is anybody.
'I he farmer furnishes the L best
demonstration of this fact. There
is lots of difference in fiarners.
For instance, s!lome fanlcrs con
tintte to "farm" vea:r after year
and are never in any et tr -hape
financially and tlhir pinc's are
run down ad look as if they had
thiat "tl:e.,d fece' . I have no
ticed that there are other far
mers, though. who seemi to make
more of life and are in better
shape year aft'r vi sr. ':,t their
places are also ilmpr ived(. Their
lands ar iy re fertile. they have
bet'er buildings, better fences,
more and better live-tok. They
could sell their holdiags for more
than cost to them. That is what
I call making something. Every
farmer could Flo as well if he
would give thought to his calling
and use brain as well as brawn.
Another thing which I have
noticed is the apparent coolness
between our farmers and busi
ness men. They seem to be try
i ig in every way to "get the best"
of each other. The fact of the
business is, each tries to manage
his business and make money
without any thought of the other's
welfare or business. but they
should work to each other's ad
vantage as much as possible.
One's prosperity is the other's
prosperity. The farmer makes a
failure and the business man
fails, or at least he does not do
as much business as when the
farmer makes a good crop. Let
our farmers and business men
get closer together. They will
then be in a position to command
prices and busiriess.
The school question is another
point on which we place too
little considetation. Every comrn
.community 0hould have good
schools at least five months
in the year. Fiducation makes a
better citizen of a man and opens
to him a wider range of vocations
for making a living. lie can
command better wages and is
better able to carry on a business
of his own. Education should
have more of our thought and the
time of our chlildfeo.
I may q4d Iblokat these matters
right, b ut'I believd that I am
honect in these observations and
would like 'to hear from other
redeft o' tIi sub .ct. . .
X. P. MROWt.
Cap Boyd and Louis Tul=
los Owned Up.
HEAVY FINE AND COSTS.
Special Court Thursday To Try
Liquor Informations--S25o and
Several i,'in were jailed here
this week, ipon ill. of inifori"1
tion whi,.i we!',, ih.,l ,- v I) -
triet A.ttrnev A. L. Ilulilev.
i.llAmong the nii"uhmer 11 v;, (re
jailed 11..re Cap BioyI. I.,,.. L ';i
young i.n1 who"e U.:: , ',
not be :tarncd by !t',K * r.
)iit-ct .Att rne.'v Ilt ,, ,*'; :* 't.
overt' :rm'l Columubia 'W. i . :
and w:. ;:-re to atte d .i ri'i
of tc -..'e- w;herein thl se ; are t 'i
had f:ii . to make I. iul. Redul
made hond a ad audis a,.e iWt
off till the .iune erin of : tou;tl".
A special coulrt wS hh. "11iTiur'
daly. Cap Bopv a: L uui.- '.'iu -
los preferred to hae- the c.e.e.
against theml seuthl, at itnie and
both parties pieadedI guilty to
one of the cl:ut:ge againi st them
and the others were laid over andt
probably will not he revived un
less they are guilty of some other
offence hereafter. They each
got a sentence' of 2-oe and co-t
with the privilege of working it
out, or two year., in jail. The
case againt thO young lian whose
name we did not learn was nolle
Messrs. Boyd and Tullos are.
or have been. in business in warud
two near the end of the lHohelle
tram road. It i. understood that
they will pay the fine.
Marburv's Laxative Tablets aie
a mild, pleasant, candied im.Adicine
that 'h.:s a cleansing, laxative,
natural peristalic action on the
bowels. Their action is so gentle
that they are of the greatest value
to children, women and delicate
people. Every family needs a
laxative medicine in the house
constantly. It's the quickest,
surest and best way of warding off
sickness. They tone up the stom
ach and bowels, and restore a
healthy, regular, natural move
ment daily. Twelve tablets for
10 cents of your dealer or by mail
Sample free; call or write for it.
MARBURY & KIDD,
m23-1y. Sole Proprietors.
For sale by the Grisham Drug
Co. and Dr. W. II.Williams.
Singer Sewing Machines are
unequaled for stitching infant's
wear, muslin underwear and all
white goods. W. 0. Williams,
Salesman and Collector, Winn
field, La. Apr24-2t
A Sweet Breath.
is a never failing sign of a healthy
stomach. When the breath is
bad the stomach is out of order.
There is no remedy in the world
equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
for curing indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach disorders. Mrs.
Mary S. Crick, of White Plains,
Ky., writes: "I have been a dys
peptic for years-tried all kinds
of remedies but continued to grow
worse. By the use of Kodol' I
began to imnprove at once,. and
after taking a few bottles aat ful
ly restored in weight, health and
strength and can eat whatever I
like. Kodbl digests whbi you eat
and makee' the stosb Wl sweet.
Gifsi Dtrdg Coi
COURT OF PPEPUS.
Judges Pugh and Hall Openel a
Session aO the Court Here Mvon
day-Several Cases on Docket.
Ili' fii-t :t':"io n f 'i llthi, N-va
of the ('ii. lt ( ourt of A .i.il-".L
leer tii- pariki \\-a' hll I I·:··· tho
tiii-t lIav'. of thi' iveek. \\i-h ('ii'
t"Iui .Juk''es hig~h andi Ial l 'u:I
the heathI. '[here %were a I~lll'
()f tuase. o t~ll t rlt' toeet btit t hey
11'lllittlcel. Ir lfe uerl ollý ýt t 11I''lltý l.
(til: f V!tL':.;( ;1W.'1 tex ;;i..~lee '
lii *' tein t cL\.
A Great Sen~sation.
Iagts'.\i l ,. I wh . VItu U V. I!1.
I'' rxn ýýf t' a: t h:il.".. n Wa
'~ieI x1 t Iti* :ig. i: Iº- )i-c o'
try for ( oa"tizptitoi. [le vrite"-:
.. endiurII1I Iuw>Lfferabde ag~oni.h
fronu A.\,s h ny. I ott sour Nev.
I 1icov'rv gate fIle iIIIIlkltcatAŽ lv
IFf anl nooin thereafter eff tectI a
oio ouiplcte c ure." Similar cures of
('osufu~upt ion. Pneumonia. Brun
u.litis. an't Grip p arc t ellu uuieroutl-.
Its the ipcrIo's' rcuae.iv for all
throat andl lung troutble. P'ric.
.0c. and $1.04 I. (: anaraate.l hr
(irishmril Drug Co. Trial bottIc,
F!ollowiig is tlith program of
Winn Pari-h Teaher' A.soci:a
tion to be heIl at Wiunliec!I.
Saturdav. April 25. 1'10&.
The Ditlticulties of a Teacher
K. B. Garrison.
Recitation( ?)-Miss Faust.
The Opportunities of a Teach
er-A. .1. Albertson.
Educational Value of Muic--,.
Miss Elizabeth Calhoun.
How to Teach Percentage
D. G. Chase.
Progress of Schools of Winn
School Management-Miss Co
Constitution of United State.
and of Louisiana-Mrs. Lula
How to Teach Patriotism-As
Coax CoLu Coll
K. B. GARRISON J
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident is narrated
by John Oliver of Philadelphia,
as follows: "I was in an awful
condition. My skin was almost
yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coat
ed, pain continually in back anl
sides, no appetite, growing weak
er (lay by day. Three physician
had given me up. Then I wa
advised to use Electric Bitters; to
my great joy, the first bottle made
a decided improvement. I contin
ued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know
they robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should: fail to
try them. Only 50 cents, guaran
teed by Grisham Drug Co.
An Artesian Well.
In the lot of piping which ar
rived last week for the oil well
was also a lot for an artesian well
to be put down at the ice factory'
There is insufficient water in tl:e
shallow wells at the ice factory
to dperate it regularly and a deep,
well is,ane ity. .The well is
being put down now.