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The southern sentinel. (Winnfield, La.) 1883-1910, September 25, 1903, Morning, Image 5

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'This week selecting more of them
GOOD GROCERIES
.which will arrive within the next
. few days. Our customers must
have THE VERY BEST. ot
E. EAGLES, UP-TO-DATE
mumlim imua lIul igu mn m j
NAL POINTERS.
bs Concerning Those We
Nlg and Hear About.
& Osidwel spent Tuesday
n is spending the
,anta.
was out first of the
five.
n, of Coldwater,
le of the week.
eters, of Tannebill,
night in this city.
a and E. B. Pepper,
ill, were here Wed
aPee went up the Arkan
Wednesday on a busi
C. Drew was here from
Friday looking after his
Dark and family, of the
were trading in town
n f a a
coming into Winn
b not bad for an
Behool is getting
the enrollment
was on the sick
of last week, but
, of Couley was l
here the early I
n, of Mont
r to this city
meek.
* , of Calvic, 4
.' town Saturday i
matters. 4
bt Dodson, was i
k in a land
to business i
this week i and
ithe fair there. ,
one of the prom- "
eighth ward, a
urday seeing
himself.
Snut~erfeits.
always bette
the truth o
never more
-or mor
ipmom.Q 1c
Salveo :iwl
u:and worth
are on am
deretter of
remus~f
box of
LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS.
Happenings of the City Toli
in Brief Paragraphs.
Geo. A. Kelly, now representing
the Shreveport Journal, was at
home here first of the week. Ih
is having good success soliciting
for the Journal.
J. L. Tugwell and J. R. Hall
left this week for a trip up the
"Ellen A" and into Arkansas in
the interest of the International
Oil & Developement Co.
J. D. Pace has returned from
Shreveport where Le has been
sick for several days, but he is
better now and will look further
after the oil business here.
Editor S. A. McNish of the
Stamps (Ark.) Recorder was here
middle of the week looking after
the oil business. This office
acknowl edges a fraternal visit.
Geo. P. Eagles, assistant
cashier of the bank, went to
Shreveport first of the week to
attend the fair and may go on a
visit to relatives in Texas before
returning. -
Wanted-A second hand wagon
and pair of horses or mules.
Must be true to wagon and cheap.
Apply to
C. H. EwaiorIr,
Winnfield, La.
a` * a
J. W. Wyatt, of Black Creek,
was in town Tuesday morning on
t business mission. He said that
rops in his section of Grant are
good, with the exception cotton
which has been damaged some by
lry weather.
A Card of Thanks.
Dr. J. J. Peters and family
desire to thank the good people
,of Winnfield for their kind
assistance during the iHness and
death of their son and brother,
Rawson. They feel grateful for
the many kindnesses shown.
li Very Thankful.
Rev. J. M. Griggi, whose wife
has been very ill for several days,
is very thankful to all those
who so kindly assisted him during
the illness. She is better now
and is- on the oad. to recovery
and he feels that it is due to the
idadness of the physician and
the prayers of a christian people,
that she was spared.
Finally Succminald.
I asoeen wPetes died at 8 o'clock
Saatrday amorniong after an illness
Isting about twenty days. le
hadt aeeond attack of appen
Idieitis, diss that caused
hiddati. fleswa. 13 years, 3
his.oth1s and 5 das of age when
atAstaiadWas tashe third son f
Dr, ~an Me& J4. Peters. After
a - ' a the asginm.,
vhie tIag t#d *b do**e for
w .jjj~ 4c
lag-~ia~Ffi
h c
if NEW8 NOTES
Important News Throughoul
the State.
The Shreveport bar assoeiatior
endorsed Judge A. D. Land foi
appointment on the suprenmi
bench.
There were twenty-six graduates
at the summer terni of the State
Normal School recently closed at
Natchitoches.
Bob Robertson, an aged colored
man, was mnrdered at I)onaldson
ville.
The grzand jury at Thihodaux
urged the adloptmnio of a vagrancy
law.
Gren. Jastrenoeki ,pe(ne ", hip
The city counil of Shrvlert
19(3 by 2 5-8 mills.
Mrs. Mary Ashburn attemptedl
suicide at her home1 in Shrevie
port by shootinig herself through
the stomach.
The infant child of Lula Parker
was i)urnei to death at Many, the
fire caused he a larger chill ,1la(y
fully striking matches whic'h set
fire to the lbe, lo!c t:ing.
lJudge Fred King of New
accident.
Edl. l'allker, colored, was tined
$100 for using abusive language
in Shreveport.
Cotton plllaters met at Shreve
port and decided on a vigorous
campaign against the boll weevil.
Joseph Guidry., a white man,
was killed by a train at Baton
Rouge.
The Alexandria Prbgressive
League will ask Congress for aid
in repairing her whhrfage.
New Improvements.
Some more material for the
laundry building has been reccivted
aid as soon as carpenters c:a, ret
to it the house will be finitihced.
At the bankrupt sale Saturday
T. J. Long puchased the I)urhaml
store house near the 'Ellen A"
depot and will move his store
thereto.
L. A. DeBray, the photogra
pher, is "the first man on the
ground" since the fire. He
already has another gallery back
on the same lot and is better
fixed for a building than before
the fire. He is again ready for
business.
The new Abel residence is
nearing completion and adds very
much to the appearance of that
block. It will be one of the
nicest little cottages in town as
soon as Contractor Witt gets in
some more of his good work on
finishing up.
Postmaster Grisham has placed '
an order for new furniture
for the postoffice, consisting of
lock boxes, call boxes, letter box,
money order desk and window, in
cluding cabinet for office supplies.
It will be some time before the -
outfit arrives, but will be highly
appreciated by the public when .
it is placed in use.
The Bank of Winnfield will -
soon build a new banking house
in front of the Courthouse next
to the Fisher' Dry Goods Co.,
having purchased the lot at the I
bankgrpt sale Saturday for $475.
The building occupied by the
Bank at present is too small for
the growing business and a new
one must be built.
V
The Contract Let.
The contract for the `addition'
to the High School building was
let this week to W.J. Fry tor
$750. The addition consists of a
two-story structure 24x54 feet to
the west end of the present build
lag. The lower story will be
used for an-assembly hall or au
ditorIam, while the second story
will be converted into two class
rooups,. each 2W47 feea. The
work is to be done as soon as
arr d ia n t *orkmanlk-e
r' -' lbs bulldq is bsadly
t 4La L
I Another Venison.
Dr. I. E. Siess and J. W. Ray
it have been out after the (deer
again and disturbing the pearable
nwoodlandl. They started out
driving Wed(lnes(lay morning soon
:. and the logs juniped'" near town.
Mr. Ita l headed them off and
killed a fine four-point buck.
SThe Sentinel is utinder ob:igations
for a nice venison tea:k.
On a Fishing Tour.
Hion. R. L. Tannebill and As
sessor J. II. C'rawford. ac'oni
panied by ,ome gentlemen from
trustn, are spending, the week
on Sali.ne bayou fiChdng and hunt
ing. 'They went tout well fixed
anid tlhere were others who were
nllxiolu- to go. hitt couhl not get
ff. '' :' Sentinel hopes they
a:',' hi:l'ing(. a j<,you' ouating. atn!
ikn ws « o 10 r,'a-on why tht, .-l.ubl(I
not I;1a., ":a timle." -
Insurance Adjusted.
lThe i:.urant(. ont the huilling .
gtoi:,. . ant fixtures et. S hroyved and
I::doi i..,, b th,, r ,,,' n ,,t fi',, ha:
!.. n :-i, -td, ,l d witho:tut fthi.eliýhtett
uiitch atu , tii-.. ti:ulla el t C tlre , g t-' -
ti:,- r Ilv for . hu ine- again. f
T (ir-ei 4i )r:u Dig ('iamp iany
txplatin. t tat the tre r(ie:lv for
the ei''tiion ofi a ti o ,to try brick
bi;dii .g (on ti.e lot where their '
huiliin z ,ii) i Iurn'.( .
Lost--Reward.
Oune alrk brown mare, about 13
han~ds high, about 8 years old:
ulxtin trinltnd two or three years
ago; hais -ione white feet and
Sbhite spot in face: has gotehed or
stiff ears. Ra:tied near 6t. Mlau
rice. Le.ft here sometime last
March.
AIR-. I). A. E. IooowaRD,
s 11-3t. Urania, La
Buck!cn's Arnica Salve.
I las %.orl(d- wisle fame for
marvellous cuIM r, s. It surpa-,se.
any other -alve. lotion, oi(ntme t
_r balam for Cuts, Corns. Bnurns,
Boil.. Sores, Falon1I . Uleers, Tet
ter, Salt R(heum, Fever Sores,
Chaplped lm 1ands. Skin Eruptions:
infall;.le for Piles. Cure Guat
anteed. Only :te. at Grasbam
Drug Co.
ie I
Ik PROFESSIONAL CARDS ,.
r J T WAcn, Cas Moss, W. &. Joxas.
re WALLACE, MOSS & JONES,
.DA1ttaorne aDAjtJ. Lawj
WNZXvcFI . - - LOUISmLxA
WILL practice in the courts of the 5th and
13th Jadicial Districts, and the Supreme
iand Federal Courts of Louisiana. A Notary in
Office. (as-1y.
It DR. I. E. SIESS,
e Physician * & 0 Surgeon
Office next door to Mathis & Siess.
Residence 4,
STamwao (m21)
aOffice 17.
1 WINNFIELD, LA.
Calls answered day and night.
d J.J. Prm , M. D. A. Moans. Pwrmss, M. D.
e Peters & Peters
.4 PhysiciMans& Surpeon .
Wi, nFIL AND TANEmLL., LA.
'PHONB ES.
Special attention given to Surgery. All
calls promptly attended, day or night.
e
y E. C. DREW INVESTMENT CO.
1 . MONRO. -:- LOUISIANA.
If you have land for sale, want to buy
land or want to know anything about
Land Titles in Winn Parish, 'onsult us.
I (ol-lyr.)
H. N. TANNEHILL;
f PVarish Surveyor. s
Prompt Attention Given to all Land Matters
Int. U ted to My Care.
... . W innfield, La.
Dr. E. S. MIXON,
o DENTIST. . P
Offce in Fletcher Building on Main Street,
Near City Hotel.
WINNFITLD, - - - - LOUISIANA.
All kinds of dental work done at Reasonable Q
Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Correspon
dence answered promptly. (Sept. 25.)
S D. B. COATES,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
WINNPIBLD, LA.
.,:.-,n- II-- I- I ,
I. Formula tells the story: -
IGrove's Chronic Chill Cure
t ! t !rlN u ind .: a Iid a.m om l* d a ld t hteC r .r , an d
ae# ezrszw PEfUVIAN BARK F~i Extract POPLAR BARK
FlaM uiric 3LAOC ROOT hid EKxtrbact PRICKLY ASH BARK
!' ! Erz DOG woo MRK ilu Etract SARSAPARLA.
It Ces te Chas that otha Chill Tonics DoA't C .e
_ No . 50.. - t .r
S. J. Harper & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats,
Medicines, Saddlery,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
OWENSBORO WACONS A SPECIALTY.
Highest market price paid for Cotton
and other Country Produce. , o. ,:
O. K. Barber Shop.
C. F. McGee, Proprietor.
First class barber wrk in every particular. Thr,, .:airar, ! a: ,
class barbers cmplloy, ed at unin pri' . t;ht: ( ttin. . ,
pooing, Singing, )lying-. Et,-. '- % .4
,.. o Main Street, Opposite Court House. -.
WE'VE BEEN TOO BUSY
IL
I. 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.. . .r
BANK OF WINNFIELD.
r, L.
-;4.
PACE'S I
Real Estate
BULLETIN.
I
0P
Our New Line .. .
The Louisiana & Arkans
Railway
Is now opened to WINNFIELD, La., making the shortest r.
between that point and Shrevepolt. Texarkana and all poilt
Texas, the Indian and Oklahoma Territories, ax well as N( rt
point..
Passengers make close connection at SIBLEY L, ., with the V. S. & P. (Queen &
tent Route) adBSTAMPS, Ark., with the St. L. S. W. Ry. .Cotton Belt Route.)
Tnrough tickets and baggage checks may be bad to and from all points on the Qt:
Oreseent RoUte.
Freight service to and from all points,tprompt and reliable. Best of time made an.!
Mort used to avoid delays.
For freight and passenger rates, schedalec, etc., apply to your Agent or the undnir
B. S. ATKINSON, G(. F. & P. A.,
TEXARKANA, A!:

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