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No man, however w, !thy he be. should be without a READY
CASH RESERVE for some quick business stroke which may
yield him quick fortune.
No business is a profitable business from which a man may
not draw out some money and bank it.
M Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up.
WINN PARISH BANK
L. ROGERS, President C. McGINTY, Cashier.
Local and Personal.
[Continued from first page.]
P. C. Hyckembottom is having his
residence remodeled and re-painted
Mrs. D. T. Dale of Bienville is
visiting the family of H. H. Flanagin b
Our fall and winter line of gingham
'-has arrived, call by and see them.
Grand Leader Dry Goods Co. i
Mrs. Gill Smith of Carson, La., is
in town this week visiting relatives
and friends. e
McCall patterns for sale only at
O'Quin & Gibson's. c
If you want to make your feet feel
good try a pair of our WALK-OVER I
Shoes. Grand Leader Dry Goods Co. I
Miss Edna Turlerville of Minden is
Sthe charming guest of Miss Kath
Lots of children's headwear at
.O'Quin & Gibson's.
Airdis Louis returned' Saturday
` -after spending a week with the home
1folks near tiaynesville. I
Manhattan Shirts can be bought f
only at O'Quin & Gibson.
J. P. Durham and wife of Verda I
are, the guests this week of 0. M.
Durham and family.
:-.:Go where everybody goes to buy
dry goods, the spot cash store, O'Quin
i::No shoe on the market is better
ithan the WALK-OVER. Just try one
.pair. ,Grand Leader Dry Goods Co.
:,:Mrs. Crawford Moseley and little
`: daughter have gone to Chatham to
iiake their home.
All the goods are marked in plain
figures and are one price to every
:body at O'Quin & Gibson.
Mrs, Dr. Williams spent several
Sdays with her daughter, Mrs. Moseley,
at Chatham this week.
We get our Gold Band hams, break
ifast bacon and cheese in refrigerator
cars fresh from St. Louis every week.
Wood Grocer Co.
J. E. Heard. former agent.for the
i ells Fargo at this place has been
ohanged to New Orleans.
#Mrs. O. M. Durham and children
ti.rned Wednesday from a visit to
. itives at Verda.
-Judge John T. Watkins stopped off
$ t:ho city :Sunday and left Monday
' o.iirning for points west.
+=Mrs. W. C. Colvin and baby have
t;turned home after a pleasant visit
W"lth relatives at Alexandria.
Mrs. S. J. Rockhold and children
ahie returned from Arkansas where
} ey have bsen for several days.
iMrs. T.:R. :VanCleave and children
nif:Wednesday for a month's visit
. fkteir old home in Kentucky.
-te'best bargains on shoes that
nfeld has ever had- arenow at my
re)Come and get some of thornem.
SF Dickerson the Shoe Man.
ERdv i) D. (. 4Barr of- Monroe,: visited
Is daughter, Mdrs. S. Morgan Abel,
a-h lirt of th week. -
theteam of Dr. D. W. Kelly took
~fight Sunday. afternoon and played
Swith the dector's buggy,
.fine showers fell here this
,i the weather for the last
Sil eek has been delightfullyi
J. D. Holmes and family returned J
home last week from a short visit to
relatives at Crowville, in Franklin
Newt. B. Jackson, a prominent
business man of Ruston, has been in
Winnfield several days this week on
James Wright and his sisters,
Misses Alice and Florence, are visit
ing their sister, Mrs. E. B. 'Harrell, in
William Polk of Alexandria, gen
eral agent for the Louisiana National
Life Assurance Co., was an appre
ciated visitor to the city Wednesday.
A. J. Bell, former editor of the
Ruston Leader and the Jonesboro
Independent, is in Winnfield this
week in the interest of the La. State
Farmer, published at Shreveport.
I have bought some shoes cheap
and will sell them the same way.
Come and see. W. F. Dickerson
Monroe was represented in Winn
field Wednesday and Thursday by
Messrs. I. H. Blanks, V. M. Lynch
and A. A. Goldschmidt.
That popular..hardware drummer,
M. M. (Jack) McLeod of Ruston,
was in town Thursday interviewing
A well known Des Moines woman
after suffering miserably for two days
from bowel complaint, was cured by
one dose of Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by all
i~r. and Mrs. P. J. Campbell left
last Saturday on a pleasure trip to
Chicago, and will visit relatives, in
that city for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Moore left
Thursday afternoon for a ten days'
visit to Mrs. Moore's mother at
Don't forget that we give 25 more
sheets of paper to -the tablet than
any one else. That is why we save
you money in buying your school
supplies. Phoenix Drug Co. a26-2t
Miss Ella Peters departed yesterday
afternoon :for Rochelle, where she
will visit her brother, Dr. A. :M,
Peters, and family for a few days.
Buy it now. Now is the time to buy
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is
af lmost certain to be needed before
the summer is over. This remedy has
no superior. For sale by all dealers.
Rev. John T. Walters passed
through here Thursday en route to
Jena to complete arrangements for
moving his family to Florida, where
1 his work is now situated.
Don't wait until the last day to
buy your School Supplies. We have
our entire line on display. We are
t always headquarters` for everything
we carry. Phoenix : Drug Co., the
Leading Druggists. a26-2t
Mrs; J. W: Tesmire, whi ihas been
in Denison, Tex., foit several months,
has returned for a visit with her pat
enta, Mr. and Mrs. Halsted. This
charming-young !ady will be welcom
ed by a large circle of admiring friends,
An ordinary case of diarrhoea can,
as a rule, be cured by a single dose of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has
Sno superior for bowel comiplaients. For
I. sale by all tyeIleis
-ScholBook ad hool $upplies
iuy "ern aiY
Misses Katie Lee White, Ruby D
Wasson and Clyde Bozeman returned
home yesterday evening from IIcflin, tl
where they attended a house party t
given by Miss Litha McKinney. cc
To keep your he:lth sound; to avoid n
the ills of advancing years; to con- Ci
serve your physical forces for a ripe ,
and healthful old age, guard your 6
kidneys by taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Sold by.all druggists. In
Odr school book line is complete. T
Buy while you can get them. Send
us your mail orders. We will take
care of them. Phoenix Drug Co., the
Leading Druggists. a26-2t
Chief Deputy Sheriff J. W. Teddlie
took a short vacation from the ,
arduous duties of the sheriff's office H
this week and passed the time with L.
his brother, E. W. Teddlie, at St.
Rev. J. D. Harper accompinied by J.
his son Rev. Robert II. Harper of E
Natchitoches, have returned from n
Shiloh, where they have been holding
a series of meetings. Rev. Robert H. P
Harper will spend a few days here be
fore returning home.
Miss Mary Hall has returned from a ai
visit to her home-folks in Huntingdon, J,
Tenn., and also from a~short trip to R
St. Louis, where she went to select U
fall and winter stock of Tdry goods for
the mercantile firm of O'Quin & Gib
son, where she chn be found now.
Cuts and bruises may be healed in F
about one-third the time required by K
the usual treatment by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. It is an
antiseptic and causes such injuries to J
heal without maturation. This lini
ment also relieves soreness of the P
muscles and rheumatic pains. For s
ale by all dealers. s
Seeing is believing, but there are
some things you ought to believe that
you do not see, one is that if your a
eyes are weak you need glasses and
Whitley & Thomas can fit you up g
with the best glasses at the lowvest a
People with children should keep a
bottle of Dr. Bell'P Pine Tar Honey
on hand at all times. Croup is worse
at night when it is sometimes hard to
get a physician. Look for the bell on a
the bottle. t
Off to Market.
A. T. Drewett left Monday for St.
1 Louis and the eastern markets for the Ii
fall and winter stocks of dress goods n
and furnishings for the Old Reliable,
Grand Leader Company. He will be I
gone a week and when he returns a
the public may look for a pleasing
story of his trip.
Sutherland's EIagle Bye Salvb.
Is a creamy snow white ointment 1
put up in air tight screw top tubes. i
Will cure any case of sore eyes and i
will not injure eyes of a babe, Sold *
everywhere 25c, .
Our old friend, H. J. Perkins, who
runs a farm a few:::i_ 3 north of town,
had th2 risfortune to step on a nail
a few days ago, and is now nursing a
Sbadly swollen left foot as a result.
The foot though in a bad shape Mr.
Perkins seems to be doing nicely.
We Guarantee Every Box.
-of Dr. BelPl's Antiseptic Salve to do
what we claim. Try it for uleers,
Sboils, running sores, tetter, ringwrrm
1 eczema, salt rheum, fever sores, cuts,
bruises, pimples, black heads, chaps,
6 felons, burns or any skin disease.
25e a box.
SA New Policeman.
On account of the recent robberies
t it has been decided to add another
' policeman to do night duty, and his
bname is R. E. Brewer, Jr., who
arrived ini Winnfleld, Tuesday, the
23rd. The senior Brewer is full of
n smiles and says that the mother and
e the "new policeman" are doing very
Y Dr. BelPl's Anti-Pain cures colio, flux
e diarrhoea, cramps and bowel com
EXTERNALLY:-Cures sore breasts
corns, binAmions, toothache, neuraliga,
y and all pains. .Sold everywhere. It
. is antiseptic.
Gone to Shreveport.
s Mi E. (Ram) Durham, who has
Sbeen connected with the Phoenix
d Dliug Co., for several months, has
o resigned his position and left yester
r day afternoon for Shreveport, where
e he goes to accept a position with
the Majestic Pharmacy. His many
friends will miss him, but all wish
him sucess in his new field of labor.
re - Notice to Hunters.
ig Notice is hereby given that blank
me hunters licenses for the hunting sea
son of 1910 and 1911 are now in my
hands, and are ready to be issued to
I any personsdesiring to procure them.
s, All persons who hunt are required to
Shave licenses. F. L. SHAw,
aS-4t1 Tax Colleeotr Wina Parish, La.
- Teachers' Examination.
Dear Editor:-Please anioqence that
n the next examination for teachers
will be held in the Winnfleld High.
SSchol building on September 2nd and
or 3rd, beginning at seven o'clock in
a ll teaeersmnusta comply withlthe
Democratic Executive Committee. L
Oni last Saturday. August 20th, N
the 1)emoceratic Executive Commit- a
tee of Winlt Parish met at the c
court lhouse. The business of the
meeting was to setlect conllmissiol- N
ers and clerks for the coming N
primary election to be held Sept. .
6th, at which will be chosen a '
member of Congress for the Fourth iý
Congressional D)istrict of Louisiana. e
The following were chosen to serve
at the several preyincts:
Precinct One, Winnfleld -J. M. Wright, J. M.
Bridges, O. K. Wallace, commissioners; C. H.
Elliott and R. W. Fordyce,'clerks. J
Precinct One, Pleasant Hill-I. Porter, Sr., 1
II. Porter, J. A. McMurray, commissioners;
H. M. Cockerham and G. M. Collins, clerks.
Precinct Two, Tullos Mill-J. G. Guyton, J.
L. Willis, W. H. McCarty, commissioners; B.
F. Albritlton and O. H. Harper, clerks,
Precinct One, Hickory Valley-S. R. Newsom,
W. W. McCarty, W. B. Martin, commissioners;
J. B. Adams and B. F. Sowers, clerks.
Precinct Two, Hart School House-G. W.
Erskins, Elzy Beavers, J. W. Hatten, Jr., .com
missioners; T. C. Willis and I. N. Crain, clerks.
Precinct One, Gansville-J. B. Milami, J. D.
Puckett, D. M. Stone, commissioners; C. H.
Morris and A. M. Postell, clerks.
Precinct One, Couley-J. Y. Show, H. C. Lit
tle, J. W. Mathis, commissioners; Mid Kelly
and E. W. Strickland, clerks.
Precinct Two, St. Maurice-J. W. Strickland,
J. C. Crew, J. W. Hallmark, commissioners;
R. F. Shumate and E Gilcrease, clerks.
Precinct Three, Wheeliug-L. N. Cordozier,
G. W. Davidson, J. D. Mitchell, commissioners;
W. R. Tilton and T. G. Harlan, clerks.
Precinct One, 'Atlanta-M. 'F. Collier, J. C.
Patten, T. M. Wyatt, commissioners; James D.
Ferguson and S. P. B. Gresham, clerks.
Precinct Two Lofton-E. C. Hale, W. T.
Fletcher, W. F. iPurvis, commissioners; G. W.
Kies and W. E. Brock, clerks.
Precinct One, Kyiche-I. A. Peters, A. J.
Brewer,W. T. Hammons, commissioners; 0. A.
Jordan and W. J. Thornton, clerks.
Precinct Two, Dodson--J. D. Hair, E. E.
Payne, A. A. Hammons, commissioners; John
Stinson and L. G. Kirkland, clerks.
PrecinctThreo, Tannehill-A. W. ladescich,'
S. T. Fox, W. L. Jordan, commissioners; Jasper
Boyett and J. A. Jordan, clerks.
Precinct One, Calvin-J. B. Boyett, S. R. Car
son, C. C. Carter, commissioners; L. R. Wright,
and G. W. Lowe, Jr., clerks.
Precinct One, Zion-W. lM. Long, C. R. Nu
gent, Joe Kyson, commissioners; Joe Smith
and G. W. Riley, clerks.)
Precinct One, Stewart's Mill-E. A. Golden,
J. L. Brewton, S. T. Walker, commissioners;
J. T. Huddleston and W. F. Clifton, clerks.
Visitors at the Natatorium.
Among those who have registered
at the Winnfield Natatorium within
the last several days we note the
Mi.ses Ella, Minnie and Florence Peters. Mrs
D, W. Kelly, W. M. Campbell, city; Jas. Frank
lin, St. Louis; Burton Williams, Joe R. Heard,
M. M. Fisher, City; Thos. E. Mixon, Frank
lin, La.; Jesse J. Mixon, Rev. J. R. Edwards
and wife, R. H. Fletcher and wife, Misses Bon
nie and Ruby Scarbrough, Georgie Prothro,
Mittie lMcCullen, Evelin Corbitt City; Chas A
Leonard, N. C.; Jno. Sammons, E. Sneed, L. L.
Turley, St. Louis; E. E. McLean, W. H. Car
ter, Miss Jones, Mrs. Alford, City; J. K. Ran
die, Relief, La.; S. L. Durham, Misses Vara
Durham, Euginia Sowers, Matt Milam, Wm.
Deen, Dr. W. H. Williams, P. K. Abel, W. M.
Gates, J. B. Randle, J. M. Teddlie, Norrill
Taylor, Rubin Brown Arthur Dickerson, Mike
and Charlie Long, Riley and Wright Melton,
IIJ'Porter, W. B. Blabkstock, W. 0. Hand, G.
W. Dawson, T. F. Waxley, F. B. Hemphill,
H. LT Sikes W. M. and Purcell Wallace, Phil
lip Smith, John Etoher and wife; J. J., John H.
Ruth and Mary Mixon, Mrs. A. and Eli RU g *,
Miss Eunice Gunn, Monroeo Miss Mary n.l
Flora Pinckard W. L. Bagwell, T. W. Johoson
and wife, W; Al. White and wife. 0. A. White
and wife, Roy and Earl White, City; Miss
Jessie SmithDubach, La.; H. A. Bennett, St.
Now is the time to buy property in Winnfield and commence takini
advantage of some of the many opportunities that are bobbing up.
Did YU Know The best sign for substantial progress ofa
a city is based upon the grade of dwelliing
houses that is being dalled for?
Just Think If you know of a single house in town ,for rent
that is anything like a decent structure.
It's a Fact, there. is-not a single one.
W hy Not Some one wake up and erect a few modern dwell
ings for rent? Such would be a good investment
and is very much needed.
Opportunities are Better Now Thansen.
when we first opened on office here. " Property values then were considered
high. They are considered high now. But, take our word for it, they.
will increase and continue to take on a more solid nature.
Has more natural resources than any other little city in the South and will
prove to be one of the wealtiest, so get back to the point. NOW IS THE
TIME TO INVEST. We have exclusive charge of the beautiful Lee
Addition and will sell lots on the installment of ten pr:. cent down and ten
per cent monthly payments. This addition is just north of the new Rk'
Island passenger depot and convenient tq the business parit of town.
We are agents for the Tannehill Addition which, is near the big
hardwood mill. We can sell these lots at very attractive-figures.
We have been here in the real estate business seven years and know
the existing conditions well enough to justify us in saying we can serve.
anyone in our line to a better advantage thani' anyone else here and will
take pleasure in doing so.
We have many bargains in the way of cheap houses, and are 1ble to, swl on installment. We loo
after rents and repairs. Call and see us. Office rooms in Bernstein Building.
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.r: "..:x':E ..rf 3; "% 'l0 k«:` r ~ s.... .e.: a `' -v 'x " y"\
Louis; H. H. Bennett and wife, Miss G. Wil
mont, City; J. T. Waggoner, Alexandria;
Mesdames W. J. Eagles and Pearl O'neal, W.
W. Eagles, Dr. Siess and wfe, Clotile, Lucile
and Guy Siess, Mrs| L. E. beLoach, Nita,
William and Arthur ,DeLoach, J. W. Dickerson,
City; Mrs. J. M. White. Choudrant; J. R.
Heard, Miss Vivian Holt, Mrs. W. E. Heard,
City; Mesdames Henry Johnson and Frank
Noritzki, Memphis; J. Calhoun and M.Michael,
New York City.
Salesmen Wanted after our
interest in Winn and adjacent parish
es. Salary or commission. Address
THE VICTOR OIL Co., Cleveland, O.
Wood If you want oak and ash
wood, leave your order with
J. W. Dickerson or Phone 120 and it
will be pronmptly delivered. a12
Are Your Eyes
If so, allow us to call your at
tention to these facts:
That more eyes are injured by
the injudicious use of glasses than
by any other known cause.
That a great many people' are
wearing spectacles unsuitable for
them, and for which their eyes
have not been properly tested.
That the old-fashioned and un
scientific methods of testing the
eyes by trying on various spec
tacles of different strengths until
the sight is suited is, to say the
least of it, dangerous.
That proper lenses and correctly
fitting frames are absolutely es
sential for comfortable spectacle
We test each eye separately and
fit the frame to each individual
case, as experience has shown that
only by these methods can a satis
factory result be obtained.
WHITLEY & THOMAS
Winnfield and Dodson
I have recently bought the entire plant of the old
. ALEXANDRIA STEAM
and can save you at least 25%
on Ready-made louonuments
Call on me or write for catalog.
P. C. TAYLOR,
, AIxaedria Marble MIg.Pint
S...-4 Monuments, Gravestones,
Sa'' " iron Fences, Etc.
T. P. A. HOTEL Alexandia, a.
For Sale To make rP om
2 solid oak book and writing deaks.
each, .............................. ....... A O
1 pair computing scales cost 063. 10.
1 ice chest ........................................ .00
1 guitar......... 13.00
1 accordion .......................... ..........1.50
1 sewing machine..... ...... 5.00
1 5-gallon ice cooler ..... ..... .00
1 farmer's wooden pump, potcelain
lined,new, capacity 60 gal per minutS.
Please call at shop first door south of
Southern Express Co. All kinds of
repair work on short notice.
D. K. CARY, Prov.
OUR "MIDNIGHT SUMMER'S
DREAM" Was u, pipe dream.
Cooler weather is`now in ev
idence. The big red tannery
will soon resume operations.
Scholars will be seeking de
sirable homes and boarding
houses. Avoid sidewalk come
dian tactics; get busy and the
State Capitol is ours. Estab
lished January 17th, 1907, and
still at the original location.
1st door South of Southern
Express Company. Who?
The Stand Pat Carpenter
RED RIVER LAND
1(60 acres well improved, half
mil(, from East Point on Valley
raiilw" y. ,
1iO .acres with: nice residence
aItId other implroveumentf, Ose
mile from-Howard, on T. & P.
W. R. CAVETT
Box 312 Shreveport, ta.
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