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antered as Secoed Cas Mail Matter. tiUBSCBIPTION, - - - One Dollar A Year. O lBa Jouralo--Tm Stae rr is the Oeial Journal of the School Board, and the Town of Winnaeld. Important Notics. SThe sabscription price of Tanm Smnmra is 41 per year, 0o cents for six otb oth 6 cents for three mon-t. and must be d for the time tht paper Is wanted before the name will be cnro!)ld on the list. Money can be seat by expr - o. poast. money order, by check or regi." *d.letter. Mke ll checks and orders pays: to Tra Soursana. 8?nowUa S':. S ulrrrsa. covers the entire parish and whcre str.c is lost or rtra.ed the owner should imtmedi..eiy sent a description of same, with .I to pay for two insertions, to us. This will loft.n sc. ., n-ch' ti;me in !L:nting for lost stock. The ed:trw o Te S SE.rTIn.I. is in no way rrapot:sibl.t for the iecrs of correspondents as .xpressed thro.gh the columns of the paper. Ad.ress all left ert to •i'tL SOh UHECIsN SENTINEL, I 4xI 42. Winnfield, La. FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1903. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Senator. The Sentinel is authorized to anno nce Capt. C. 11. Teal of Clfax, as o candidate for State Senator fr om the /it, Sentorial District, subject to the will of the iDemocrati party. For Representative. The SentI.el is authorized to announce harry P. Gamablo as a candidate for the oice of Representative of Winn Parish to the General Assembly, sub .jec to the will cf the voters in the Democratic primary election. For Sheriff. The Seatinel is authorised to anmonce F. L. Shaw as a candidate for the os of 8berif of Wian perish sabject to the action of the Deoorato primnary election. The Sentinel is authorized to ammocs. L A. Peters as a esndidate for the aoce o@ Shaer of Wins arish subject to the Demoratice primary aiintioo. The Santinel is autheriseed to sanmoned J.BMIe st eaelidate for the on eo eyrtl , msget 4hak tion of the DemoorarIo party at the ailg election. For Clerk of Court. !aSouatluel . aathorind to aaaou R.C.isen emtwmoft. rtkwh ce f Cierk g 00.1 t ,_f 1 *p e hs, uzbjed to the ecties of the ~-*enat iAaD~cNU primary elast sn. -:SheB mouteis eathonmsd to annoqase Pare K. AY.. rea-ecUos to the 100149 Crlirt IcFfh wrt, of bitosPad.b. La., guided to ~ at 0 the Deinoam udqm . ~ *stiaoi z. For torher. Dr. J.1,mn tart.~sss tothe a~sk of to lf iuo the ef amIho .4se01Wla lrriirata Pg do -, fi~sbr ptno 9:'t , a _ arcir~ ·PLYa k ý" y, ,g~r a~~B: ·Iib~aa yiissis Ir~Z~la FIUy a week hae piased now sine. the action of the Parish Democratic Executive Commit tee was made public and the rules and regulatiens governing the primary election became gen erally known. The matter of rules for the primary was the most delicate question the com mittee had to handle and much wisdom was required to arrive at a conclusion satisfactory to our people as a whole. But the mat ter was arranged in an admirable manner. The rules finally set tled upon have been received by the people with enthusiasm and a degree of satisfaction which makes the committee feel that its efforts in reaching a wise de cision were not in vain. The white voters of the parish as a whole are satisfied with the primary election ordered and the rules adopted to govern the same. The action of the committee has met with general approval and the belief is general that the re sult will be the nomination of a ticket composed of the best men of the parish, men that we can elect to office with the assurance that the affairs of our parish will be conducted with a degree of ef ficiency approximating the high est. If there is anything in the voice of the people, and we be lieve there is, then they are going to we their influence in this Democratic primary election to place our parish affairs in charge of a set of officers of known abil ity who will carry out the spirit of progress which now has pos session of our people. At leA the Alexandria 4dver tiser is supporting Judge Barks dale. Every decent man deplores the unfortunate ocumrrence at Pon chatoula.. Every Republican paper in the state is supporting Jastreopski. That alone would'beat him. An exchange suggeCst tht we cease: talking about the lyjing machine till it learns to fly. The Shreveport Journal com plains that General Jastremaki has gonetocallingus names in Prench. In the game of politics the deuace is soLnesimes played on the firast round and a k takes the best trick. Not muay farmrs have hired pI -edMseeason. There lamy teuA out, and ss la em ow good T~;p vo~h~ho oomphlbd Sat euneumemt in !p tve no room for B' ta that ub a I.F D ·b A.u-,m 717that h ~r~S·twm"` It is strange that some one did not get run over by some of the runaway teams Saturday. The only explanation so far made is, that so much caucasing is going on that nobody happened to be in the way of the teams. Blanchard and Jastremski spoke from the same platform at Opelousas and the General, prob ably to avoid another Ponchatou la affair, spoke in French so the Judge couldn't understand him. It is probable that other men placed on the Republican com mnttee will be heard from in about the same style as those al ready heard from--refusing to serve. Judge Blanchard will speak at Colfax on November 13, and Sam Jones at Dodson on the same date. They are getting Winnfield hemmed in. The police department . of Shreveport managed to work prisoners on the streets 362 days during October, according to the Shreveport Times. Now let some more candidates bring in their announcements, as we have reserved room for them and if they don't use it, it will not be our fault. Our friends, the opposition, continue to prate about the stolen political rights of the people. And who stole them? You can search us. Prepare for war in time of peace applies to the road ques tion and they should be put in passable condition while the wea ther is good. The candidates are out discuss ing when to gather mule colts and plant hogs, and the different breeds of potatoes, with the farmers. The State campaign i* pro gressing fairly well now, the two' candidates for governor ,having met, font and parted, with no bloodshed. Jastremski called Blanchard a trickster. Blanchard called Jas tremski a liar, friends interferred and the audience dispersed. Shreveport is to have a monthly Journal printed in the interest of medical'science, a company being organised for the purpose. Those two candidates for gov ernor should be ashamed, the one for giving cause for it and the other for passing the lie. They have the contest up to the "lie and scoundrel" pitch in Grant parish, and there are not many eandidates, esther. Exz-enator Jonas has at last decided to see if he can make Murphy J. notice him. He has written "a piece" for publicaton. Judge Barkadale has publicly announced tbh he is wilhog to bt into Jard 8and4p' einch on he Lieteat-Goveruorsr ip. Of eome the Republilen ad is responsible for Smip~asice forcotton. Bardsl. sees he is MiN4G r for neither of the ge aedidates, but is d :fr imselfa job. eI ane of the United -.o 00" 2_4, In trusts we bust. The Blanchard club is enthusi astic. Pants bought on a credit are breeches of promise. Our state campaign is getting np to the Arkansas class. Some of the speeches miade at the club meeting last night were jarers. The friends of Judge Barks dale insist that he knows what he is doing. There is no likelihood of any of our offices going begging, umlless it be that of Surveyor. Judge Barksdale is down in South Louisiana notifying the natives that he also ran. Perhaps the Blanchard club meeting last night had something to do with bringing up a shower of rain. An exchange remarks that the Grover Cleveland presidential boom has gone into winter quar ters, and the same may be said of others. The press dispatches from Thibodaux announce that "The devil's swamp, located at the lower end of Acadia Plantation, has been on fire several days." Preachers have always contended that the place has been on fire the longest and that it never goes out, but this is the first time we ever learned the exact location of the place. NOTE COMMENT The Minden- Signal lost its patent "innerds" and looks bet ter. The Homer Guardian-Journal has lost its "Farm" page and now has more room for editorials and booze ads. The Shreveport Journal con - tinues to write'em up for Shreve I port and to remark on the State candidates, pro et con F The Pollock Tribune last week E is printed backwards and every r other way except right. But it Is a Jastremski paper. The Shreveport Journal and s the Iberville South are about the warmest campaign sheets in the State. The Colfax Chronicle and Pol lock Demands' should apologize to their readers and then go into the back yard and fight. The Farmerville Gazette and the Monroe Star haven't as yet tfound out where they stand in the state campaign, but the Monroe News inaists that it's "it." The Shreveport Journal says that General-Leo onoverted the Ponchatoula meeting into apuneh a tales aair, and suggests a gus dian for the General. The Crowley signal say one of the most hopefaul signs on the po itiSaI horizon is. that the country is beginalag toeocoionally elect a baelneas man to public oSee. The Lak.e Cherl Press inf fornm us that ao no adioe. bmae been reoeived the state dsptrt. meat deaoot look upor the eas aera stuat.s a ritica. New upar a db nw f ial h lam rls -A i in~~~~~~~~~aaaaaaaaaa MvU:i In Abundance. The good things are found in, abundance at my store. Every. thing new and fresh, too. Groceries of Al! Kinds Is my specialty and I make it a point to always handle the very best in the market. Those who have been trading with me know this, and I aiways get their trade. Are you among the ones who get the best, and pay no more for it than for inferior quality? New Goods Coming In Every Day Have to in order to supply the demand. E. EAG LESU Up-to date E. LA.JLt,' GROCER. THOROUGHLY STOCKED UP. My stock is one of the completest in town and most of it new. The bargains I am offering are hard to get around, in fact the person who wants to save money cannot afford to get around them. I am the LEADER OF LOW PRICES. And with a large stock to select from you cannot do better than see me. T. J. LONC. An Excellent Opportunity Exchange a wagon and teaI property in Winnfield. here and get the benefit of a free schooL Apply to SG. I. Elliott, a Win The Alexandria Advertiser wants everybody to "tote fair" in this campaign. l 'The Shreveport Journal is cruel towards Judge Barksdale. It says he "seems to have miplaid the reasons for his candidacy." The Monroe Star has nonina ted Gen. Cosgrove for Adjutant General in case Judge Blanchard is elected. It's up to the Journal to second the nomination. The Monroe Star suggeste that if Judge Blanchard and General Jastremaki can not osaduct this sampaign on something besides personalities they get out of the way and let somebody ~en who oan. * The Lake Charles Presj grows humors over a lieal teu in the Oraunge, Tesas, Tribase whieh ehrldu." Ie same . iui of the Press we find theeditor bfel itating hisreaders upon the ap proaching season of "irambelly sasce sad white turkey mest." Cared at Paes After 4i Yeasr. Mr. C. Hamey, of ,.G.Oe, 0.,. had tbepiler for od yeavs. Doo ten net doUlars cogid dohm n of- good. DeWio's a Witon HawEl Byste cared hlinmpusgeeas . leterI saltb reat, aiue, - ~ O 11W4 PROPUOIBS AL CA3DS DR J. E. SI3SS,-,_ OS.. nex doer to Matk & Win UI D, LA. Calls answered day and HI. N. TANNEHILL 1 . Parish Surveyor. Iris .W AtotetomGie to all J.. W-i. Winunfleld J.J. Fsm, M.D. A. MouaP I PETERS ap WI KIWIWD AUM T~f~hmuma, 'NW ILtC·r·lSI. Spa adtatiom - to uaqW. Oak l.oy b tt.MWd ds or ldl· B. C. DREW tINVSTMENT MONIOS. -a LOUIIUCU· 8 1 .l*M or 4dwrII tqjrt or W&M is l thLsow Dr. E. S. MIXON, a DENTIST. . --0 to u1ae¶u~.T Ml~ q wlfntlriaD -°a PA klttSiSa of o weik Sm #A Sam. Jones WJILL XZCTJUU AT Dodso Nov. I 4"'