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Lot of fresh goods just received and
and opened up. Our trade is grow
ing and we have had to add more
shelving room to carry our stock of
IBest Peaberry Coffee
6 Big Pounds for I..
Y. C. Sugar
17 Pounds for. .. ........
big ioo lb sack for ...... ts.
T. C. Hams,
Best in the market 1 1 cts.
Car Load Acorn and Diamond Flour to Arrive.
E. EEAGLES, EUPTODATE
hs Concerning Those We
Meet and Hear About.
IW. S. Peters, of Tannehill,
$ R. Cupp was here from
r J. HI. Crawford took a
"the L. & A. Tuesday.
y Teagle, of Couley, was
the visitors to town Tues
I. A. Peters, of the
ward, was in town Satur
-school having opened up,
l boy on the streets is
T. Abrams, of Hill, was
the visitors to town]
7 Teddlie, of Calvin, was
the visitors to town
Couch took a run up to
`Ark., Sunday to visit a
ha Riser, who has been
sor everal days, is un
Kelly, of Gaar's Mill,
to town first days of
&. Mashaw, of Ruston,
r to this city middle
no, of Atlanta, was
visitors to the city the
oyett, of Boyl, was
in the box from the
:Sholars, of the tenth
.here Monday looking
A. Kelly left 43un
eport and points
the Peace- W.W. C
h.e third - ward was
torn to ior n firtof
Coth i~-tS a
at Magneol, rk.,
or sevralathen i to W
J .1. D. Pace is sick at his home
Ve * *
Jolmh Hyde, from Grant parish,
was in town yesterday.
B. W. McNt'ughton. of Cold
wates, was in town first of the
Judge Machen is at Vernon
a this week holding a term of
LS E. J. Dickerson has been on
s- the sick list this week, but is 1
10 A. Smith and wife, of Dodson, 4
r- were among the visitors to this I
city this week. I
Judge Wallace and Cas Moss,
is Esq., are attending court this
week at Vernon.
* Prof. I. A. Peters and wife, of
a Hudson, were visitors to town
first of the week.
* *K *
68 I. S. Walker and family re- I
n turned Sunday from a visit to a
relatives in Arkansas. j
I0 TL. Brian, of Verda, was a
a visitor here first of the week see- 1
ing friendsand relatives.
n Mrs. Ruth Towery, of Texark
ana, Tex., is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Smith, here this week.
I, Miss Carrie McCain, of Mont- M
f gomery, is spending the week E
with her friend, Mrs. C. Mc
e J. J. Burk was up from Max- d
well's ferry this week -and said S
work on the bridge i. getting e
along slow enough.
Mrs. Florence Culpepper, of d
Yellow Pine, La., is visiting her h
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. tl
Dunn, here this week. c
A system of waterworks" could sa
have savei $15,000.00 worth of so
property which was destroyed in g
less than thirty minutes. u
P. E. Grisham, of Dodson, d
$ came down Sunday to look after
his interest in the Grisham Drug o
Company, the heaviest losers
in the ire. ii
.I . MAfKaskel, of Sills, was
here Saturday on business and
sai- his section had plenty of rain
Friday, but bugs are playing the
wild with turnips.
in Meande Rochester, steno- kg
paphw for E. C. Drew Inyest- a
meant Compay, is here this week he
and hasbhage of the Company's
oeige Abel atreet.
a. T. Porter, of th lower eld al
a the Idraward, was a visitor to hi
e niW tg tbe week and said ru
line siaee the hi
LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS.
Happenings of the City Told I
in Brief Paragraphs.
Attention is called to the new
display ad. of S. J. Harper & Co.
in this week's paper. They have
received lots of new goods: ill
.luding a car load of the famous I
Owensboro wagons, and will leo
jpleased to have the people call
on them far anything in general t
"Red" Williams Dead.
i The Lake ('ha:te Prssl'es re rt' ::'
the death in that city of \'1il t
Villiamis, who was firing on the
\\ atkins railroadi. ,ouae tim e
ago lie wa, engincer on the Ark- t
iai:t, (Soutlcrn railroad and - f
well known here as "Red.''" u
Card of Thanks.
To the pcople of Wiinnlied: iat
VWe take this imeth,,ad of ten- ii
Id ering oura thanks to all those c;
who assisted in savinlg our store c,
and stoc'k from the fire Sunday ti
mornm0 g. c:
M.. 1. FIS InE DRa GooI)s Co.
HIARRIS BUSINxESS COLLEGE.
Jackson., Miss., will take your,
note for tuition, payable when w
you secure a position. They p
guarantee positions under reason- i:
able circumstances. They can is
not supp!y the demand for book- it
keepers and stenographers. (.l-'3;i
The Papers Lost. st
The fire Sunday morning which hi
burned the postollice also de- st
stroyed the Sentinels which were
mailed to go out to many of the
offices which get their mail from
this place. A number of our hI
readers will not get last week's m
paper, it having been destroyed at
in the fire, and we hope this will e
explain why they did not get st
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A Negro Shot.
Sunday evening a negro was
shot at the boarding cars on the
L. & A. railroad. He said it was
an accident, that he started to
jump across a small ditch and his mi
gun fell and struck something, at
causing it to discharge, the bul- o'
let striking him in the thigh,. He B
was carried to Shep's boarding t
house and Dr. Siess was called to C
dress the wound. The bullet was in
found lodged against the bone at
and was extracted. The negro D
was sent to the hospital at
Returned From Sanitarium.
Dr. J. J. Peters returned Tues
day from the sanitarium at
Shreveport, where he went sev
eral days ago to carry his son, '
R.awson, to be treated for appen- .a
dicitis. The disease had such a O
hold on the boy when he reached
the sanitarium that the physi
cians there did not think it safe
to perform the operation neces- T.
sary in such cases. The patient
seemed to improve some after
getting there, but the improve- -
ment is not permanent and the J*.
Doctor returned with him and is
doing all he can to appease the
suffering. It is only a question w
of days when the boy must
succumb. The Doctor and fam
ily have the sympathy of the
town in their sad hour.. E
J. E. DeLoach, who went to
the Shreveport sanitarium some
time ago for an operation,
rtdurned Tuesday, and while he
itQod the operation well, he is
still very feeble, but entertains
hopes of recovery. Mt
James Philan, of the Sardis
neighborhood, was here Saturday
after bagging and ties to put up
his cotton crop in. He said that
rust has damaged the crop in his
aection, but that plenty of corn
has been made.
Aislem Jones, of Dodson,
psseed through here this week on
the way tddle from Dallas, Tea.,
where he has been atteading a
be iFa He fi shed up
i ii back r . homefor bus.i
;tý A ' "ii
SCHOOL TAXES VOTED.
Four Districts Vote For Better 4
Elections to test the sense of
the taxpayers on the proposition
of a five mill tax for education
were held in the Boles, Cross
Roads, Hlickory alley and Mul
l)'rry seh o1 districts last Satu'i-i
dlay. h'lihec people of these dis
tricets said they want good schodol
Ily vutinI the tax ºby gdtul 0 ::1-i
jorities. This gives thes-e ,litricts
,a ,fe mill tax for five v.;.r.. ,,n
JI, the ta:xablle propertl 'ithi,
thlvir limits andl will give itie
"hools a sunliciencv of 1i' tiey ,
cialrrV y onil longer termll- of 4.'ho.l.
thani have been ln0s.ji'le hl'rto
fore,. the schools having d'peii 1,,,l
upon the donations fr Imi the ;a
parish and state autioritie-.
The patrons of tie- , ::',!
are to be coullendetd :or tihe
interest they have shown in edu- t
cational matters. In years to
come they will see the wvisdoim of
their actions amnd will never lhave i
cause to regret tihe tepis thu
Jonesboro High School. '
The Jonesboro High Shliool of
which Prof. A. J. Albertson is
principal, opened Monday with a.
large enrollment. Prof. Alberton '
is ill at his home here and could
not open the school, but he
secured the services of Prof. A.
B. Peters, of Tennessee, untii
such time as he gets well, which
his mauy friends hope will be
One dark brown mare, about 131
jhands high, about 8 years old:
main trimmed two or three vears a
ago; has some white feet and
white spot in face; has gotched or
stiff ears. Raised near St. Mau
rice. Left here sometime last
March. - -
MRS. D. A. I. WOODWAo, D,
s 11-3t. Urania. La
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Has world-wide fame for
marvellous cures. It surpasses
any other salve, lotion, ointment
or balm for Cuts, Corns. Burns,
Boils, Sores, Falons, Ulcers, Tet
ter, Salt Rheuma, Fever Sores.
Chapped Hands, Skin Eruptions;
infallible for Pile~s. Cure Guar
aniteed. Only 53c. at Grisbam
S PROFESSIONAL CARDS
J T WALaAC, OAS Moss, W. R. Jo.zam.
WALLACL, MOSS & JONES,
WINNFIEL.D, - - - LOUISIANA
WILL practice in the courts of the 5th and
Ssth Judicial Districts, and the Supreme,
and Federal Courts of Louisiana. A Notary in i
DR. I. E. SIESS,
Physician i & s Surgeon
Offce next door to Mathis a Sless.
Tmexoxa 17. (n21l)
Calls answered day and night.
J.J. Prsms, M. D. A. fMosa Pursas, M. D.
Peters & Peters
* Ph sicians.&ASurgeoas .
WIINAFIELD MAD TAMNEHILL, LA. (
Special attention given to Surgery. All P
calls promptly attended, day or night.
E, C. DREW INVESTMENT CO.
MONROE. -:- LOUISIANA,
If you have land for sale, want to buy
land or want to know anything, about
Land Titles n a Wnn Parish, consult us. b
H. N. TANNEHILL, P
so Parish Surveyor... o a
Prompt Atnation Given to all land Matters
IM. ·,Cted to y Car, e.a
D. B. COATES,
. OMld Standard
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
bes stood the test 25 .ye Average annuwal sales
ovw One -and a Half bottles. Does this record
ofmeat. to ow? ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
`'=ill-fir" ldq .*t.Gc RWS SACK 3.00 LIV3.
S. J. Harper & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats,
Staple and Fancy Grocertie.'.
OWENSBORO ;WAON A il TY.
Highest rnark:L p'ice paid for CoUttoi
and other CoLntry P'roducc. .
O. K. Barber SopC.
C. F. McGee, Proprietr.
c; - bar ,. ' i . a : ,-.. p '. -a
:;,a, .s Main Street, Opposite Court Hourc. #
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WE'VE BEEN TOO BUSY
Waiting on customers to write a new
ad.., but we take time to call your atten
tion to the fact that all customers are }
treated with the same courtesy that has
made our institution so popular. . ~ .,
BANK OF WINNFIELD.
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Our New Line .. .
The Louisiana & Arkansas
Is now opened to WINNFIELD, La., making the shortest route.
between that point and Shreveport, Texarkana and nil points in
Texas, the Indian and Oklahoma Territories, as well as Northern
Passengers make close connection at SIBLEY, La., with the V. S. & P. (Qtecn & Cres.
cent Rote) and STAMPS, Ark., with the St. L. S. W. Ry. (Cotton Belt Route.)
Through tickets and baggage checks may be had to and from all pointi on the Queen a
. raht service to and from all pointsjprompt and reliable. Best of time made and evev
esort to avoid delays.
For freight and passenger rates, scheduler, etc., apply to your Agent or the undersig~nri;e -
B. S. ATKINSON, G. F. & P. A.,