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TI 7OUTHERN SENTINEL.
paperC rculathaginWIauPaIsb. to -H -Paih DEVOT'EiD TO THE INTE)!.ESTS (! NO.OTHI .OUISIANA AND THlE DE1OCRATI. PAR.TY. ;-rip on One Do-k er Year, Cast in Ad erce .o No. 27 WNNI Prie cents. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTE ZBER 18, 1903. Price 5 cents. fOL OPENEO FOR A SUCCESSFUL TERM. innfield High School Opened Monday Under ;ost Flattering Prospects---Attendance One Hundred and Eighty. p Mo:I: 'ay m: ,rnling with tit t 'e':ct: which at'ten 3 '" t '1 ' ill of lar and '.otfl' sAchool. . for t.:e se'io u," hi. lattaritlwZ prospects and ly have one of the table sessiolns in the the institutinu. A. Padrne seemed in i humor and pleased sitlook. Ile opened the i a short but interesting h he expressed a hope session of tLe scthool rmonious throughout , tand interest to all .ad patrons. IHe said a ld be his greatest make this the best j#Ogres ive school to be .e earnestly asks thet .a of pupils and tie work. Prof. J. J. I Wsistant, also made lie was glad to be I again after an afew years. He has of the school at to see it grow and come to ho one schools of the and second days- of taken up in get Is enrolled and -classes and grades. rollment of 180 to by the end of there will be over The five teachers 'wings into working and all indications best school the town g, while large and is not large enough the school with ;enro.,llment and the its who will enter, few weeks, and as are now preparing, for the benefit of the must be done te building. The rs, at a meeting ,decided to make the building, and $1,000 for this the intention of nege this addition be' added to it ws. Plans have on as yet, but be made as soon had a splendid progressing nicely, that the good up till the end The faculty con" Geo. A. Payne, 4. J. Mixon, fiat Ophelia Stone, S'Miss )ky assistant; M issi assistant. Timnesito. :3nforaiat the Lfu& Im" A Wb~:~iiiiiiti~ pu 7TE~hod.-~~; THE FIRST PRI.IA .Y. ?BEie' and Waebste Pa ishhE Nominated Full Ticket. Bossier and Webster Paris.!he held their primary election last Thursday and nominated full parish and district ticket.. The vote in both parishes was light, but the election is considered ia success from a primary stand point. The district oflicers nominated tare E. S. Dortch, for senator, R. C. Drew for judge, J. N. San dllin for district attorney. In Bfier the following were nomui hated: J. F. Edwards for sheriff, W. .C. Hughes and J. F. Maury for representatives, B. A. Kelly for clerk of court. E. R. Mad ding and L. G. %mith will have to enter the second ptimary for assessor. Webster nominated B. F. Griffith for sheriff, E. L. Stew art for representative, J. P. Till man for clerk of court and I. P. Clemeht for assessor. New Orleans for Blanchard. Leading politicians of eleven of the New Orleans wards held s caucas in that city Friday at i hich it was decided. to support the Caddo statesman for gover nor. Only one ward in the city is k n to be against the North uiisi. a ncandidate and it will not make a hardl fight. This is considered a great victory foi Judge Blanchard. On the Road. Hon. Geo. A. Kelly will go on tire road within the next few days as representative of the Shreveport Evening Journal, the North Louisiana paper which is pidly comingr to the front as a progressive daily paper. Mr. Kelly will push the Journal into all portions of the State, and will prove-a valuable addition to the staff of that paper. Straightening Up. During the fire Sunday morn ing il1 goods in the stores on the block where the fire occurred were carried out to a place of safety 4 and-after the fire was dbeeked it required much work to get the I goods back into place and straight ened ,up. But nearly all have i been straightened up and the nserchants are ready for business, having recovered from the excite imnt, work and worry. The~~~enso vs. Counterftets. Th_ genuine is always better thia copnhterfeit, but the truth of i.stahtei eat is never more fo` tii & realized t or more ppreciated than when you eompare -e_ genuiie Dc ti t, age ad Salve .wit h` :thea cut terdite ad worth ethat areon the Jedbettr3, of .p Adies WILL MAKE THE RACF. F. L. Shaw Announces His Can didacy for Sheriff's Office. Ii this issue of The Se:'ti l,. appears the announc of(':' li of F. L. Shila,v a: a candidate for thei oiic.e of Sheriff at the apl.i'oach ing e', 'lhtign. `it. Shaw is w..ll k no v to the voters of the p:arish. having )4'cn rcar'ed in lhe Ipari-h aetd havi,,:,i ':("en : .,. :wv, l vithli the slhe:riIe T . ilice ill thl ' :''::' ity Of chef d put il: f - S oier 'e, i t :ar<. lle a:. i: ,v fri: 1 'ie:(1 !;1\'c(' ' in: 1 4'. ! ' uIV at'tc o i"ton tol' i r:wi"e ihly apire ti: ti.,'otiou :til it i hniv lifr : :tt i 't Sjliovratin that ,'lieral n: tu t tprt rhis naim e Eit, ic tih.ve . . nt'etion. Mr. Sha: ha,' inte te, itv w! 'I of \ inlioId licdur inf the p.. four ,'ears a: l is w\.!l kno,vcn in, this c'apacity. t l has hallie si1 cient experi oce ino the pharaitar of position to which he aspires t pl::ce, and pose.,.-ing a big heart. a jovial and liberal nature, a progressive spirit, and. above all. honesty an( integrity, he illt make a good officer if given the place by the people. steeo ks the support of all good citize n, and submits his can didacy on to the voters pl of the Democratic primary election. lie proposes to make the race on a fair and square basis, without chicanery, vitta peration and abuse, and enters the race with the intention of making his campaign ornly on the highest planes of fairness. The Pleasure of Eating. Persons suffering from indiges tion. dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. This remedy is a never failing care for Indigestion and Dyspep sia and all complaints affecting the glands or nmembnranes of the stomach or digestive tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you cat tastes good. and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues. Sold by Grisham Drug Co. COTTON BEING DAMAGED. Rust Has Damaged Crop About 25 per Cent. Reports from several sections of the hill parishes are to the effect that rust is playing havoc with the cotton crop, the yield already damaged at least 25 per cent. In nearly every section in Winn parish the -crop has been damaged. and reports from Jack son, Bienville and Grant say that the crop there is being danmaged. The crop has been opening rapidly during the dry weather and the rust has stopped the growth, which will cut off a cojnsiderable portion of the crop. It is the opinion of many farmers that the "top crop" will amount to very little this year on account of rust and the dry weather which has prevailed up until the past week. It is thought that what crop is made w~ be gathered by the first of Nove.ber. A Brakeman Hurt. A negro brakeman got his right hand mashed between two box cars while trying to make a coupling in ther Arkansas Southern yards here Wednesday morning. The Iocal freight was switching and prparing to get out when the eoc.urre . The wounded .asa~ri ap town to Dr. ~ogs ~~r_~l~t~ha-ei eon -es D r IM .ir: 5; .) 0 13 Datc fci' HoIdin' Demcratic State Prirm:'y Election. *c .. iv A h s tixn 'I I SiI . I ·((· 5 - I!\. *-tittl ( f fif ena.·"in(- 1.atti . :·t I;· ··'' 'hh $icr r cI :.A. .1. Long Slo: e t :1 r;.a' C fll t i e I n ii _ lii ny ll~!~~iitl)]q'cktl . '1onete iltahi ,% o}1t" thie h( n nitail tI . urning vl~lrie oJtsiher o t ltite buildic t ie eovere(iIl whav (1ICl~re Olyerthsi m a Y tiiter and c i· the lire ,tai tn tioc! 8ertC 1dc S;~mP of iti of, butn~ covered with circus a'lrcrtil nr; Iotherwise the buiding was not damiaged. The hors(', arndai vehijeles- were out of the stable in a short timie after the lire star'ted anti attention wasgiveni to wetting the roof and del of t he building, which probably sýaved~ it. A Boy's Wild Ride For Life. With family "larou1n:d expecting him to die. and a soni ridir, for life, 18 mils, to get Dr. King's New Dicove;'y fc :o Cons.umption, Coughs and Colds, \V. II. Brown, of Leesville. I,-d., endured death's agonies from ,nstlhma: but this wonderful medicine give inta:nt relief and soon cure d him. 1h I, writes: "I now iseep soundly cvery night." Like marvchlou' cures of Consumption, P'cu monia, Bronchitis, (Coughs, Colds anrd Trip prove- its matchless merit for a:ll Throat :and Lung troubles. Guuaraln:t ,c'I botthl' c~; an1 $1.00. Trial bottles free at G rishanu Drug Co. SEN. PRLCE W Tiii RAWS. Bl3anch1r rd and Ja-ztJ'L:.Laj". f-.. maining Candidates. 3az ;ia1 to The Sentinel. New ()riean!I, L,:t., Sept. 115. Senator Price this 1nor1iiig an nounced hitis withidra~v.a1 a, a e cn di4'ate for governor, after (cW1S1Il tntion w·ith a nuimbI er of hlis friew1;s. T!;is I.:!vc· e lý f nfl cflardI and (3cn. J!. !trenL5.i1 as the oalI; candlidlates in the 1:02!'. Former Citizen Dead. The Pollok Tribune r'eported t.he death in that town of .James F. Straughan, who di.d Sept. 4. 1l:03, aged 70 years and 4 day:;. Mr. Straughan was a native of Mississippi, but arrie to Louis ianaawhen a younig man andt spent most of his life near Atlanta in this parish. lie was a goo, citi zen and a good soldier during the civil war. Lost His Kitten. .Druggist Caldwell had the cutest little kitten ianaginablc before the fire. It staid with him and cheered the weary hou rN when business was not rushing. But the kitten is no more. It 1staid in the diug store and was left in there Saturday night, and has not been seen since the fire. The .sppoetion is that it burned ia t _-fre, which destroyed the PO s - 11 - Handsomest Business C-.::ner In The To;-vn Dwce-t Clean By Angry Atim:Žs At !Th!-:! Llour On ST!!igV _ ay ni CO3ULEY P".'.:"XL:. SBig 'Prt.. .r.cte. He i :i J.lt_ Clo =d -. h .'fe. : -.- i ',) Tie Sentine!. S('t yi, La.. c :;. 12.-iTheii l'ther, t .cloel tll itv at I1 a. In. : it" , five 'e . -(iu to Ctle Ihil" . l Tile meeting latet, S ,.t < t 1 ;i :itnppreiitly much goo:l i-: t(: result. B:tl. t!1u was a, Lli::i-ttr I at the church at i o'c lo.k t.i afterlnoon. This coiuIlunitv enjoye1. a i .cfre'shlig rain t ifs Is .ili:. . which was badly needed. The many frieads of Mrs. Aflen Franks are glad to note her slow but steady improvemennt of late. ()Our clever ginnier. Steve Stroud, ginned his hirt hale of cott.on for the seas~m Wºn41 s :day. It was railtd by I)Dock [Chandler of this place. Dan Low. the Popular sa!cs man for S. G. Milaun &, Son, of Ca'vinvm. is a visitor here tolay.. II. P. Gaabl', Esq., of St. Maurice, plassed here-We l:ichdayliv on the way to Winnfield. Harry Gunter. of West Car 1ll parish, was in our community ,luring the week. Mr. (.nter is a great sportsman an" : wa, in "earch of a lost hound. Dock ,Jewel, form, ery of thi Splace but now cls:wh!ere, it ot.t,4l c'I the Baptist mnectieg t'"re ,luring the week. "Beattv's Farce." the sow. was here on ti:-,e Thursdlavy, fu! (,u'r people lvinig put tu'p wi.ti Ihis.+o-called show once i fer'e. ,icidied they wouid he thet better without it, hence, .let it las by. IMr. and Mr::s. M. A. Brown returned today from a trip to Sardis veud Winnfi'ld. T..1. Teddlie and wife ret urn e, Sunday irom at trip tor:' 'I p.rish. R. B. Kennedy an'l son have been quite busy this week hmr vesting hay. For some days past W. .1. Bice has been the victim of a severe felon on one of his fig.'rs. ,ack thinks the hone fcelt is worse than, a "boil i." t Prof. (C. W. Speigle is with us no longer for a while, having gtone on a visit to his moither at Birmingham, Ala. The political pot is beginning to simmer a little down here and '-cribbler" is informe' upon good authority tlh:t the sheriff': -tlice will not have less than a or 8 aspirants, to say nothing of other oftices. The sheriffs office is an important oflicet anti ,t llnied one, and whatever e'ls may be said of its occupa'it. he should not only be competent intellectually, etc., but po.sse enough liberality and respect fr his constituents to share a triuly of the proceeds of the office with them in the way of a good meal, a night's lodging or even a greater favor, though it cost hui a few cents, for they (the peopl) have given the office. What say you, Mr, Voter? SCRIBBLER. Our columns are open for an *1.':tlf! :l ltl:," t ,:' t t It rwai fi til :iI; I . :,, i'.ite t h h ,r:tt " rC t :. " t' li t i'nt' nti. . ' 't ,'t , " .:] tag:. ;he firt ane i foe.. , i i'i ,,, it' inta the r eo awn, *elt :::: t ,';i thles. . T'lh,'n 'i.t'. l!,'.'!:t, ' w t41rouy h th:i ' lin'e p:' l ,iv.ih h " i ' 1 prcf,: rret t'o juI)imp :.i t a:it " ii tiwanto ii.Oa h :i i ng. :... ie 1 if l t otice front i fr,, the ' : '- to ! ground. tiy nth i tie' peop;!e h wh bia un t+) rrlTive wl, wont to rvor.o to savte natrhb y uilliii '- an:, t i-,tte! c l be tar,'i. , t f"l rI t!.eo bulr'itg hiihing. .L few a ti'" ftixiure: s in the ( hrug ; `tore , : w"ire ,iarnrietd out, bflre the iit ' 1.)t too uhrt, ibut it wa t.oo !ate t se n,,, oinJi, erabl" amul)nt of of d An t'lfort was nmale to ,:\:' some thiring frol the pr-t"l:c, w" ich was located in the rear of the same building, but 'na;! :1 f:ew I)toull'S awll . sO.lle iof the 1 i1[ matter was saved. as the fir .oon !hirned throu.h the cui ilin :('1 r:loppe!d into the l.to':r , toriy of the biling"t. Nearly evr-t whien in the ldruglt)e , st. a! .in he pi stfl ie, d t hlie '. li:an't ti . , i..tcrall.ne ts, e't.. in t e ,,,tal parlori of I)!'. to aw l & i. La'., \ hith wer loat o th , o' ve upper lit.tr, w tere io t, a- .v-'l a- th i tixture. of D:. E. SE. M 1;)'1. v.ih l:al juI t ,.riran.ged , n :.tl Ip::, 'ors oil the 'ecun t.ourar Oi f the tuilthrl in g. The store building of .i. G. Teagle stoo)d next anyl a joinilg. rihe drug etire. Eifre st were t!ireetei to ret.t ' lie ih, r I t'ack ai l iixttlres fromn th, bi : ii iei g, Sthere was no, hop,, oin s:v:ivn: it fron the fiam. s. h,:.l_' to t le iixtil a it ure!iand a il,'oitlti por tion of the Idry ge s t a:,ck were .,arried out to a plet: t f sr, 'ty, b:u.t. m stf t of t r. pro.,- . t, ek; t:hFitther withl tihe builing and ixture.s'. 'was lo-t. All the while tih d 'ag s~ore wa. luhurling heroic w'rk wls being done tolwards sa vaig thie other )uildiin gs Oni the amtre brc-k, All goods were c'arre'[ fromn the store.. of M. 3!. li-.her l)ry loM.ds Company. an, .[.:.. A. 11•right, which were hf, a.e.. on the s.itme front. the Fi.-'.:',r bu!ld in. standini next to ,1 lire with only a small photogr a li ,ga:wr intervening. .\!I ll :," t l*i'c"":ts water which wa' -",.l in w,,ttir, I Continued on 4r. }.~ý -ýýý,:tr s_"