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U7r. _EJ.. " 4 Established 1859, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Wino Parish People.
0LUOIE XV I WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909 NUMBER 41
I tFIEL FiliRE
COMPANY NO. I
r.mstttution and By-Laws
IyThe pl,,llgeel m h),rembcr of young
s wlho prp,,.ed to organize
Winnfiel/l tire' depasrtmnetmt met
tin, M.vyor's olie Monday
January 18. 1909, in th-:
hall. witl t J. R. Gitbbs pnresid
Virtually the full memltwr
-wa in ttlendance. Chief J.
hb. a dehliveredl a thor.oughlyl
Ial 2'hirt'.' t t he t ie Iat t11 ts,.
Is~ Ig the hlluie ,f a thmilllan
what w s ' pel"le'l of Iillmm in
ditchar,- I." hi. Iluties. At
-clclusionu I' w. heart;ly ap
-sy then proceetldel to adopt a
Stion and By Laws. They
y Ilim'cu.4lI eaneh º-ettion
Sarticle with * *".,i'.5. e
i- i p e" ...l t n,,d 1*... A It
T r u. : '.. L." .ale " ' ,º11, -
fire C. N, 1 ." -'ma.. ,n!et
the compainy,. a 1,-i, the
"Always Reatdy," a, aug
by b.&cretarV WIill II. Tun
the adoLption of the Cun
aild By-Lawu the comn
elected the following ofi
J, i. Gibbs, chief; B. L.
, sseistant chief; L. E.
first captain; T. 11.
; second captain; F. T.
third capta.n: Will H.
. secretary-treasurer. In
t and appreciahive+ let
. H. P. Giamble tendered
tnon as assist4it chief.
to oficial dultie elsewhere.
a.mepted with deep regret
j . ecessity. Mr. M. H.
I, who bad been appoint
him, having declared
-t resign, his succes
his electiom as chief, J.
stated that he had been
I tou ll the position, by th,
be would not be sat
it was ratified by tlw
or a regular chief select
p oompany. Immediately
prevailed that he be
aº his position by the
t of theb( compsany.
Gie Moss to presºe be
e .vos was tken. On mo
was elected chief by aº
Srisng vote. As he
h te chair the company
r hearty cpplamde.
members of the cornm
OI t ateh(I were noti
be prerpnt on Tuesday
at te waterwurks plant
ti1 wake a demonstratingk
4 **ien of 'he water
a the sevemt fre pl.gs,
pi arJm led umil
ar meeting mon the
da of FNtru.ry, or
i of the cma
et the waterworks am
se of dlemuueuua'ss
Sof the hums takbn
. preenee A t pee
ofs h.... fsrýYu
Mamer weS ri
been organiz.l Iby vlucantceer'. it
is holed thist the eitiz.ens will
take frib. its bilth en-oursaine
and tisu isting then,. anIl t!::Iu aitl
Io their ze.al anal etlic ievcy. .No
a-sociacti cani h ,etole. elT.T.ctiv.
WithI ut is a.lac ::i:il a-- ft :t,,..., " atce
tile **ineeý- earof wte" dl .u senet
he, wantinrg Jin an eargI:ea'z *lla l
thi char.Lu ter.
ThIe buil.liug eºf la he . i' mlfi. let
Milling plant is netst i.,g r'c,,plh
:i.nh. Tle marhis t s inie1luing
.1Kiue, Ieailer. planer-. e*Ie, hlten
arrivedl an1dl i" twint; p'la.'.'! :L. faxt
"ts laboir can s(couiepi-s it. Thi
inSures. the early o-peratie,h, of this
very impor'aat facti.or fer cturn
ing out tish. ldoors a'l hlt,.d
and otl.ler bluillina aircess,rie...
Sunday School Institute.
On Thiurslay ~,lnd Fridaylv. Jan.
28 an.d l9. tile Rev. Dr A. O
Brown wll cndulIct a Sandalv
a'hool institule in the C;ort
House and everybitn y ca town
interested in Sunday School work
is cordially icvited to attend. Dr.
Brown is onie of the lient Sundlay
School specialists in the South
and in his institute here will reach
all the latest cmetnli. now being
ntes in the l.st Sunday sr.laoos.
Ie is also a uplenldidl vocalist and
will sing at each eesion of the
institute. It is earnestly lsoped
all tih' Sunday School workers of
our town will avail Sehemselvea of
this opportunity ot hearing Dr.
Brown. The hourn of the insti
Lute will be as follows: Thursday
evening cotq·mencing sharply at
7:15; Friday morning colnmencing
at 9:30 until 11:30; afternoon 2
until 4:30 and evening at 7:15.
Dualng the clstitute an' opportun
ity-will hw given at various tiumes
to ask Dr. Brown questions on
the different departments of the
Sundaly S hoed on a:uything con
nected with the work.
WI.L.UI A. Bo,.-a.
Ist Friday the twdrear nid
sion f Ir. an.*LMrs. . . H. Flee
.-hler. .itkh.rt .~Morris. wlile ply
ing with a~rick in the yard. fell
andl thrust it down hws throat. II
nmir a serious woundl-irom which
tihe little by n, ffr red greatly and
had high f ver. It is pratifylng
tro stat. that he is better and in-i
Don't Mis This.
The sub~-riptsns o(f sub-crib
-s- ezpire during the iumonth of
February.- wlen the voting, con
test was made. Unless re:iewed.
all suhcmription ending b.tween
eb. ? a. March ti. 1 9ud.will he
dropped from the I,.t. The Sen
tinl hbop. that thos who iave
been reoeiving the paper during
the year will onetinue to
Tqarte orume at thb Opr.
tlarn tomigt (Friday) wi, be
S for the beeis4 for the klcal
rs .aworthy oslet, enm
key et sad take thbr wiges,
daeghters and soeas to the per.
forance. I will pree alt
hes thf e 1 oueslo. p
es, is whisk 'evry pro.
ovae I. persaolsib iter
gb asiue thart am
!ism F#!- u .
,++++~++ $++"+++.++,+ +++"+++tnW
The Opera Hoctse.
.1..1. It It lv. IhItItg.r "f thlie
I I"e elrtt"istiuti i. It. III 1:UC attrat
Iit i ii i "i :(. 1I I t "t the price u I
adait gic i iii;l et. r enterta) itihe.
Itii l'ii: ý (); i ý, r ot" I il t Is giveba
afi'ay tounir rowt ý.tigat. t ,Ine
The City Theatorium.
Te interet.st of the publtic tines
not fl'g ;'n tli- resort. The man
agelelrint is aslling frehll attrae
[l.lns (ahill wi.ek. During- tile
presenit week; the Butlers have
been introdluciing operatic selec
tions. Hele*,e R. Butler, an ele
gant pianist. hai been furnishing
somen rare muasic, both piano and
The Southern Telephone Com
paiy has just conrpleted a fine
copper wire conne'tion with
Mindlen and al.o to Seolina, La..
with ereo.moted poles. The heavy
copper lines that are twing used
on all the neW work they ere (do
ing. means a gr,-lt deal for thie
section of the countrv. and is an
important factor in the growth
and coi.nections.of this town ini
its eolnmunicatii? with distant
points. Its importl.ee i, fully
recgnized and appreciated by the
Southern Seninel. a.s well as thri
Lost on Saturday. Jan. 16, one
heart-shaped pin, set with pearls.
hole finder will receive $5.00 by
returning it to Mrs. S. J. Carpen
ter, Wionfiell. La. j22tf
The Honorable District Court
in and for the Fifth Judicial Dis
trict convened last Monday for
the regular January civil term.
Hon. George Wear, presiding.
The week Ias been largely do
voted to the triid of civil suitb.
Court will adjourn tomorrow m.s
the term of court will open next
Monda} in Jackson parish.
Proud of It.
The proprietor of the Natator
ium, M. S. Knighten. and his
esttnmable wife are rejoicing in the
arrival of a bfight baby boy in the
family. As be is the first Soy of
the home circle, his advent is the
source of great rejoieing as welt
as pride on the part of the happy
parents. A salsal to the boy
A Vtera Deead.
On Tuelday, January 19, 1909,
W. IL James, a4saident of Roy
ial, died athbias bme in that town,
aged 65 years. TbVdeceased has
been a resident of Winn parish
for 56 years. When 9 years of
age his father moved into the
bons where Mr. James died, and
he has contiauously oeeupied it
swne. W. B. James wa both a
farmer and metcheat. He.wve a
devoted mspaerof the Baptist
Mr. James wg one of tbae
Nardy characters whose Irves are
a shinaig euaiple to others. illed
wibth deesd of love and kindness
and chrisda liad*. H.e aerv
as a aBoitin _ ..tied sand
are* Oi I & Louisi
as. Itfantry. * aai a meuber
of David Pwrqa Vamp No. 16038,
It is tadd of hi'tbat he never
fnuased aid to an applicant and
sever failed to have returned any
ioe of fuds wbieh be gave. He
lhas jinud his comrades i the
Grat Beyond and rese in pease
udmer the shade of the oees.
Hk leeea . only so. , Dr. B.
alses, of Varry, to servie
" bsiies otber relalvem
sasg whomL Mehi nephew J. W.
Jr., ed shult. ,. ib tie
at ass& re s fAmerd
-lfdbyoe tie dseth
SPERSONAL and OTHERWISE.
A. .1. Long will buy your .ow-.
yearling, and holig. j22tf
I)r. J. 1ii. L r.: ,h-um. of Fro,.
spent .loil0lay iin Wtns",iell.
"uFor the lIet hrbraI. "atke.. anii
pies, see H1 innlitel Biakery. j22-tf
T. NV. Kimnhrel of St. Maurice.
was in town Monday.
After the show take your girl
to the City Restaurant. j.tf
L. Barl. of Moinroe, was in the
city last F'inlay iion bul in',..
See Fisher, I)rewet & :Co fur
Breakfast Foods. Nothing fi,,er
than these cereals. jitf
Subscribe for The Sentinel and
The best place to get fre.h gro
ceries is .it the Winfitiold G(rocer
Store, J. C. Hlobbs, manager.
Selina was represented last Sun
(lay by MSesrs. Joe Hardy and J.
FLiher, Drewett & Co.. have a
quantity of Snowdrift Lard in
bulk. Call and inspect it. jl
Mr. Albert Schultze of Atlanta
paid The Sentinel office an appre
ciatAl visit last M.oniday.
Best hre:ad, cakes andi pies at
Wiinfield Bai ery jI2-tf
Fifty 3ears old, and one ot the
best adtvertising mnediums in the
State. The Southern Sentinel.
The beet in the market are Ajax
hania and lard to be hail at Fisher,
D)rewett & C... ji
Hon. W. M. Wallace returned
last Sunday from x visit to Lake
Charles, where he went on busi
Fancy cakes and crackers can
be found aut the new grocery of
Fisher, Drewett & Co. j1
Mr. Sam Barksdale, of Ruston,
has tbeen in ihe city this week
attending the civil term of the
Don't forget the Old Reliable
H[icks Lunch Stand, where every
bodly eats. j22-4t
Justice of the Peace J. W.Vance
of Ward 6, was a visitor Monday,
and favored The Sentinel office
with a friendly call.
Fresh goods in the shalpe of
herring, pickles, and catsup at
Fisher, Drewett & Co. j1
Capt. John D. Hamilton, of
Bernice, has been spending a
pleasrnt week on Winn6eld with
relatives and friends.
For an excellent brand of coff
ee ask for the Monogram brand
at Fisher, Drewett & Co. j15.
If y$u want to see beautiful
costumes, go and see the King's
Dramatic Co., in the Southern
Romance, Monday night, Jan. 25.
Get your groceries where-you
can get fresh goods, Winnfeld
Grocer StGre, J. C. Hlobbe, man
S. L. Durham left Saturday for
William Je'vel College. Liberty,
Mo., to complete an electrical
Fisher, Drewett & Co., have a
quantity of Snowdrift Lard in
bulk. Call and inspect it. j15.
H. M. Masan, Jr., of Washing
ton, D. C., who has been super
intemdiag the creoeoting plant
here, lqt .for his home Sunday.
Get a Fall .S. ttlo of
Smith's Dzae Cra Free at
ca~r~, r Co.
Dr. W. S mith, a radent of
hptham. was ia Iown on Wed
msiay sad paid a visit to The
If yoe have cattle or hogs for
ea, call up A. J, Long, pone
Attorey H. H. WI pts of Alex
done to tow last Monday
n ses conneoted with the
distrit cona .
Forbes Extracts, Baking Pow
er, 8po ad Pepper a iye,
Drewestt Company's. j1St
Mr. E. ,. Dougla, traveling
saulesem of the Underwood Type
werier Co., of Npw Orleans, spent
several days hbe this week.
The bas is the market are
A hlm s sad Isrd to be had at
,,,er, D ,wett A Co. jib,
Milflhai Tempsee of Biloxi
sad Mel is Tbou. tpse of Jeas
are theo tr ae Mr. M. M.
KING DRAMATIC CO.
MR. CHAS. KING
ALL NEXT WEEK
PRESENTIAIa: "The Devil," "Alice, Where Art
Thou?" "The Shadow," "Rip Van Winkle," "Driven
From Home," "The King of Tramps," and good
specialties between acts. ADMISSON: 15c, 35c and
35c. Seats now on sale at Phoenix Drug Store.
Forbes' Extracts, Baking Pow
der, Spices andl Pepper at Fisher,
Drewett & Company. j8tf
Mr. Frank W1illiams and wife,
after sevtral I:aths absence mi
Texas, r,.tuirned here last St:.ur
dlay and will remain soia e time.
As goad a:. nature-(Grove'.
Maltese Cro,, Spices for l'c at
the Phoenix Drug Co. j22-2t
The Sentinel a cknowlelges a
friendly visit to the olih-e fronm
Mrs. Liseie ilearn, of Curry, who
subscritbed for the paper.
Owing to the press of advertis
ing matter The Southern Sentinel
is compelled to defer the publici
tion of interesting'local items.
See Fisher, Drewett & Co. for
Breakfast FFso.ls. Nothing finer
than these cereals. ,j8tf
District Attorney C. P. Thorn
hill, of Columiua, arrived in towh
on Monday and has been attenr!
ing the term of the District Court.
After the show take your girl to
tge City Restaurant. j8gf
Opera House next week, King's
Dratnatic Co., presenting MondAy
night, The Southern Romance.
Prices, children 15c, adults 25c,
Reserved asats 5c.
Remember Red Cross Liver
Medieine is Tasteless and the
Mr. C. Campbell, a young man
from Shreveport, arrived Monday
and is looking for a perilabent
location in Winnfield. It is hoped
he will suoceed.
Frost proof Cabbage Plants,
ready now for open ground. They
are ve line. Belt valieties, 35e
e10. Apply W. M. White,
Winnfleld, La. j2-lt
Mr. J. K. Platt, of Shreveport,
a switchman of the V., S..& P.,
arrived here on Monday to become
a freight conductor on the Tre
mont & Gulf Railway.
Judge George Wear of Colum
bia, arrived Monday and prompt
ly opened the January civil term
of the District Court. It is a
pleasure to note that he is in his
usual good health.
See Geo. L. Thomas and have
your plumbing done right now.
He is the man. j-4t
Mr. A. L. Jones of Montgo
mery, was a visitor to The Sen
tinel ottice on Tuesday and renew
ed his subscription. He is a
stauoch friend whose conidence
and esteem are appreciated.
1Mr. J.7. Keldso, of Colfax,
interebtcd in the new steam lana
vry. has moved to Winfield with
ni. family antl become a perman
"unt resiulent. lie is cordially
welcomed to the "'Future Great."
Now is the time to secure fresh
;uar.den seedl for -pring planting.
Fl"-her. )(rew vtt & Co., have a
fine aupply. jl5.
All mlltmbes of the Winnfield
Reading (';ub are hereby ordered
to meet at the Opera House on
Thursday, Jan. 28, at 3 p. m., or
smcnd all books belonging to the
Club they have in their possession.
By order of The Club.
W. Guise has rdturned to his
oltd stand an(l will serveyou in his
usual satisfactory way in every
thing in the biacksmith and wdod
work line. lie also shoes horses.
J. G. Wepfer of Winona, 8. O.
Wilder and Jas. McCormsek of
Chatl.i:ln, J. F. Keen of Zion. 8.
M.. (Collins of Eros, H. A. W.
Radesich and J. H. Parker of
Dodson, were visitors to the city
tie latter part of last week.
Geo.E Thomas, the well known
plumber, has returne(l to Winn
held sad now ready to do all kinds
of plumbing on short notice.
Satistaction guanteed. 18 44t
Owing. to other streeuous duties
Mr. J. W. Boyett, Jr., has resign
ed as editor of the Farmers' Union
Banner and is succeeded by J. N.
DeLoach. The Sentinel regrets
the retirement of Mr. Bojett,
who has ably conducted the Ban
ner, but none the less weleoesw
his successor to this respothb~
Messrs. Harper & Osley, of
Berdies. have been exhibitan, at
the Central Hotel a combined
cultivator, c(otton chopper sad
stalk cutter "thbt will prove of
interest to tho-e who believe in
employing labor saving imple.
ments in the cultivation of their
land. It is the invention of these
gentlemen, also a fertiliser dis
For an excellent brand of coffee
ask for tlhe Monogahtm brand at
Fisher, Drewett & Co. jl
lotice is hereby given tabt I will be at the
ollorwis namr.d places for Ie Qpraeeo ras
l the vec -n tfores slpea el eleetJI m eefr
ed b the Police Jury at le Jaawy aeMS.
to be ed as the Sib d 4 of Math sea,0 toe
below a ulow: Wasd ee s $q, Jee.
8tb at CJvt; uietnu Ooe r siooel
W~ad3. May. eFLFe. Croe.dr se
bese. WaeiS .4l eb."ad These a
lawpe o r to t elmt bei vete Il ie a
ae s elesto. .Uad Act Si isnls a. e
the defy of all to register.
J. L MeeIYm,.
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