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anr all kinds of sewing
on hand by W. O.
.- n and collector,
` are invited to call
Sexamine the new
at Mrs. Alice
bs* summer kidney ir
Sare often caused by
drinking or being over
Attend to the kidneys.
Sewing Machines are
- ad are sold on an easy
plan. See W. O.
aslesman and collector,
quk reliefin Dr.Thacherb
health unless the kid
aind. Foley's Kidney
the kidneys right.
first indication of kid
stop it by taking
medicine in thousands of
yS---Dr. Thacher's Liver
to get ALL the news
m.d The Sentinel; sub
$1.00 per year.
Dr. Thacher's Liver and
be sent to any reader of
will write to the Thacher
ing letter from Rob
of Salem, Mo., is
"I have been troubled
ydisease for the last
I lost flesh and
el and doctored with
os and tried all
d without relief.
ie Foley's Kidney
1s than two bottles
me and I am
md well." Sold by
i to get now--trains
When the date
I fixed berth may
by giving several
iceto the L. &
S. A gnxsog.
R position in the Real
Bate uiness- cwmot be
sprdwith ohers inthis
' sof th contr.
your buinesrsin the
financiafr be to handle
Sin a brdeway.
CI A SPAtI Y.
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-And4t gives them a hundred
per cent. better appearance.
I also Paint...
And paper in a way that en
hances the value ot property
.at least one hundred per
cent. I do work by contract,
piece or by the day; furnish
material or let you furnish
it. I guarantee my work.
J. E. JOHNSON,
!es.-an) wwsn.n, L..
J. L. Pinckard of the Dodson
Times spent Sunday at his home
Miss Jessie Nelson returned
Tuesday from a delightful trip to
Galveston, Tex., with a party of
J. M. Webb of Atlanta was
here Saturday with a load of
fruit and-produce which he sold
on the local market.
Mrs. Beatrice Tessier and
daughter Miss Mamie have re
turned from a visit to relatives in
John Hyde, the merchant of
Tide, was in town today with
peaches and chickens for market.
He called at this office and left us
a box of nice peaches for, which
the force is duly thankful.
Prof. W. T. Norman of Verda
and W. M. Durham of Atlanta
spent Sunday night here and left
Monday morning for the Louisi
ana Chautauqua at Ruston where
they will spend two weeks and
probably the entire session of one
Ten Years In Bed.
R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville,
Ind., writes, "For ten years I
was confined to my bed with dis
ease of my kidneys. It was so
severe that I could not move
part of the time. I consulted
the very best medical skill availa
ble, but could get no relief until
Foley's Kidney Cure was recom
mended to me. It has been a
Godsend to me. Sold by Gris
ham Drug Co.
Tide, La.. June 29, 1904.
Editor Southern Sentinel:--_
I see in The Sentinel a mistake
as made by the People's Demands
In stating that I was at a "shoot
ing match on June 9th." I did
not write "June 9th" to the
People's Demands, but wrote
that I was at a shooting
match on the 19th day of January
between J. F. Moore and J. T.
Please to print this in your col
umns and correct a mistake.
Best wishes to The Sentinel
and its readers.
Notice is hereby given that a
meeting of the stockholders of the
North Louisiana Oil & Mineral
Company, Limited, will be held
in the Southern Sentinel building
in the town of Winnfield, La.,
at 10 o'clock a. m., Wednesday,
July 6, 1904, for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year and attending
to any other business that may
come before the meeting.
M. F. MACHEN, Pres.,
D. B. COATES, Sec'y.
Chronic bronchial troubles and
summer coughs can be quickly
relieved and cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar.
Harry P. Gamble, o
0 ATTORNEY AT LAW. O
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WII law ii n aln State and Fed- 0
ral Coerta. Oce in Fletcher Bldg. *
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DR. E. S. MIXON,
Winnfleld, - - Louisiana.
Upstairr in Orisam Building.
All Kids of Detal Work at reasonable
prices; satisto m .,aranteed. Cot
respodease anwered promptly. Will
be in ooe at all k except the last
Sweek in eah moath. (me 1i
TO LET UP
In the advertisming campaign
tlhee shoull be no true. While
the merchant liv and remalei
ia busianes there come. no time
when be can atey lay dowm
bl arms It assesu advertils
ag for a single day be gives him
empetitors an advantage. It
be stops tor a meeth be has
started on the read wblhch lead
ta dleo=mtur and ultimate eb-,
Advertiig is usmally eaumula
thle a Its eeet. It is tree that
mereaatile advertlang~ It Judi
e-ot dose, wil being retas
from thi h*sldain.
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Ths-ndvfiM!S tht was dose
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1a that s! amsser s the
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SNo Red Tape.
o About the Business.
0 We Sell as Advertised. If You Want Bargains .
and the Best Goods in Town Call On Us. o
0 Cow or Whipporwill Peas at $1.50 per bu. Patent Flour $5.50 per bbl. 0
*o Will sell the "Mason" Fruit Jars Cheap. Big Line of Trunks and
O Valises. Thoroughbred and J. B. Stetson Hats. Remember we are
o l.eadquarters for Furniture and Cook Stoves. o
Tho BEST and Most Up-to-date Store in Town. Give Us Your Trade.
o -- - __- 0
2 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
. M M. FISHER DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED. o
o 1 I Main Street. phone No 69. 0
At the Fair.
Dr. Jesse V. Bonnett, formerly
a resident of this parish but now
residing in Arkansas, is attending
the Exposition at St. Louis and
writes a letter to The Sentinel
telling of the things he sees there.
In regard to lodging accommo
dations at the Fair Dr. Boonnett
"I tried several places and1
finally landed at 'Cottage City',
where I am stopping. This ie
the most desirable and most de
lightful stopping place to be had.
It is within two blocks of the
main entrance of the Fair. It
consists of a two-story hotel and
restaurant building, and more
than fifty, four room cottages,
and occupies an entire city block,
all enclosed by a substantial wire
fence. It is brilliantly lighted
and each room has an electric
light. There are broad plank and
gravel walks, lawns and flowers,
which add to the beauty of the
"The rooms are [nicely furnish
ed and are cool, cozy and neat.
Ladies can safely go alone to and
from 'Cottage City' to the Fair.
Being close by, the expense, dan
ger and annoyance of street ears
is avoided. The rates are reason
able. There is no danger of fire
or panics. For families and
parties it is the ideal stopping
place when they visit the Fair,
"'So many of my friends have
requested me to find a good stop
ping place for them, that I take
this method of informing them
and others of this desirable place.
It is easy to get to. Upon reach
ing Union station parties going
to 'Cottage City' will go over
two blocks to Olive street and
take the street car marked with
blue sign on front 'Direct to
World's Fait Grounds.' "
If you have kidney or bladder 4
trouble and do not use Foley's
Kidney. Cure, you will have only
yourself to blame for results, as
it poetively cures all formn of kid
ney and bladder diseases, For
ale at Grisham Drug Co.
Ti Ssmtl se. tle heget deMl MCW
mW yr iW wiM9re S
For Horses, Miles
CLIMAX FEED MILLS,
m3uY. r ' - B u I,
SALXANDRIA, - - LA.
Mfafteser rs of
mad Deaters In
OAS o AY,
O E f at
RUSTON MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, !
PUGH & RHYMES, Proprietors, Ruston, La.
A fine assortment
of the latest de- .
f igns of ..... Prompt attention
given to all orders.
Monuments, Send to us for de
signs and prices
Tombstones, before purchasir.g
Coping, Vases, elsewhere. It will
Urns, Etc. be to your interest
* 4* to do so. A card
We can furnish all to us will insure
work in the best an early visit from
Italian and Amer- one of our men.
ican marbje, gran
ite or stone. . . . o0 0
We sell a fine assortment of Iron and Wire Fencing.
Write or call on us for prices.
The Kind of Sewing Machine You Should Have.
Always the MostDurable and Reliable on the Market.
sle Sold to the Public on Installments of Small
Or with a Liberal Discount to Cash Purchasers.
* OLD MAOHINES TAKEN IN EXCHANCE "
SPECIALTIES. W. O. WILLIAMS,
Wn. Wiahe, La.
ACCUSSORIt POR ALL - ,o5
oKIN or iAi~aINs. The Singer Mfg. Company,
SING OI S e I. W. L. DALAOU88Ana, U. S.
- 1s Second Street,
. Alexandria, La.
ALWAYS ON TOP
CALL ON ME
For the. Newest, Latest and Cheapest Ln ofd
GENTS READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING
and LADIES FURNISHING GOODS ....
For the next few days I quote High Patent Flour at $5.50 per
brl. The market has advanced $1.50 per bri. since I bought,
but I am going to give my customers the benefit of my good luck
C. .a S. J. HARPER
j Market Liquor Store, I
o 38 DeSalrd Street. Monroe, Louisiana. &
Choicest Linuori of all kinds, fine Cigars and To
bacco. Jug trade a Specialty. Will appreciate
the trade of my Winn Parishfriends. Orders left •
with B. Berntein, Winnfield, La., will be filled
4Areld Bernsteisfn,_ _
,; PA a per in the P ih,