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ever, was . tow Tslay.
Quits a party went to Alxa
dria on last Sunday to seethe
If yoe have anything to haul
phone 196 and O'Neal will do the
r s. 1 St
Mr. T. W. Kimbell was on a
business trip to Winnfield on last
A. L. Jones, of St. Maurice,
was a visitor to Winnfield Moc
ay and Tuesd sy.
Mewsrs. L. T. Smylie of Bochb
elle and J. B. Magee of Monroe
were witnesses in court this week.
M. A. Banks, one of ward one's
most prosperous farlcer, wa, a
caller at The Sentinel offioe last
Mrs. L. M. Morehbead left last
Wednesday having been called to
the bedside of her mother who is
ill at Mineral Wells, Tenss.
Mr. Leland R. Adams, repres
eating the Adams Electric Com
pany of Monroe, was a pleasant
visitor to the Sentinel last Friday.
Mr. C. B. LeFlore, of Eros,
was a visitor to Winnfield this
week. He gave The Sentinel a
call while here.
The msny friends of Miss Virgie
Jac.kon will be pleased to learn
of her cavalesnence since her
asg suig of sik.oy.
Mr. D. M. Stoeof Wyatt, La.,
sever fails to remember h
friends. The Seantel was p
e4 to welcome bim last Tuesday.
Dr. L. D. See spet several
digs oa (sboml tike lat week.
Ms ~rrpors' low duksu i. t
dhbem&g k mumesr of geese
0. A. Moore, of Shuweport,
We Sb. hsw part of lt Week
1.aanld wes mach Ia
paid wibh its .vklseos o1
-ar mad etivity
Mrs V. W. (nual of SBrev.
e Mine~i Dew &ri, of
.eellast F is, md
kure bs. yd slags d*
r rks aid d iedr.
COL FretkP: Stibbi "d Mfr.
.frD.Poo tw .1 Now O6d
. a dudacd bas &dig
'a~'9c ·'~wl iA!!
1 usen be uaew" Sb.
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Hon. Harry P. Gamble Discusses
Vital Points an the Call for
Wismeld, Ia, October , 1ei.
To thoe iMr ot The jethera BemateL
The azpeded Mamil of the g.wer for am
etram .slem of the eam. l asmmemy, to beg.m
om the eleveiat day of November, leaves little
tim for esee.o on the obhet. he propos,
or tr del matrs gpowi.ag eo
However, aay of the q.seimsLo rdoram
have bhem bels the people durilg the pemet
campaesm, ed advomesed by emldaeme. ior
ne-ly anl the eBes, pearaleby by emdl
dame or serwa oms, and etr the lesl"are.
eame it might b proper to aum tha. mant
perem. wheo wll perferm a part l the emehi
seedesm e the l.esleatre already ha.voe deite
oime eas mosa of the uss memtuemed In the
emt. Tlhese oMe may not be t heum a
hme of the people, ad eom who dlr with
the boverm.r ma the ep.ima that it weld
here b.. just m wu e to bhav waited the
people spoke their will .a the eming electio
However thet may be the eaP it me. The
-rsies .e thes M.
In eer that time my be had Wr coaeem.i
tie, I aew mbeit a prepemtido, bluig spin
th heea or the ..d prmaseph w theapeo
ltmemom, bwhie I epe will be well weighe.
by the lemlsesem beloweemmbsas.
Thse deie sed .bj o the wextra maon, as
deipastd by the p Vee·or, t imemi-ag the
Mat of c!natta. amd dimberdag the rermeae
or th at head s pelitiesl ebdlrdeome, t.
-ms the sn of atsings property Im.
perpoeesot tasamemit, med thi med sad is
emmmealem therewith, teaebedm or suaess
my .ess, and, whoere seee am reo asem
p-a tibs, to prope amendmmnts t he
Ia eemmemta emt t call, the goverer is
gsteMd mes a sa , "It i mesmer t deereas the
cos of .seIntag the reeseeoa the aee sad
peithes meathe Meat ot inm.egs property
while e peoplem are debt whm the, wtlb
pet inmo w @smms senas he these mienso
ti.m i will b after the peeple ha,. made
cheis--m 3S tmr e ." Justi. . The gerar
is mea dmabt. It weas appe.r that oew
it Ms he i get taags dewn he a tim es
his. If tay e mse s an he ahlished wh
lasmdt wth do e*lmeay f posevrmeet,
bt a mam let it be dame bhets. 3w esae.
-e seaples As t-e geerese ame, "meal
ights a-ls Io beor o the e"wipes." I 3w
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mer - ,ey -ea d e r .
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Is - - be
Thte tra Uemssio of the Leis
The action of Governor Blanch
ard in calling an extra session of
the General Assembly at this
juncture, when Mr. Sanders, in
all of his public utterances and in
the address issued by hint to the
voters aligned himself in favor of
these reforms, has anything but
the appearance of sincerity on
the part of the Governor. It
certainly appears as if the neces- I
aity existed prior to the meeting
of the two regular and one extra
seisions which have been held
during his incumbency of the ex
ecuti e office, and no recommend
ations of that kind appear in any
of his previous messages.
He says lie has been considering
this action for a month or more.
Was it because the seventeen
ward leaders of New Orleans de
clared their fealty to Lieutenant
Governor Sanders? From the
expressions published by some of
the journals who oppose Mr.
Sanders, it appears that they im
imine it a "coup d'etat," one that
will disorganize Sanders'.eupport.
But they will discover that such
action, if that is the reason, will
exert a contrary effect, because it
will solidify the support of Mr.
Sanders who has stood for reduc
tion in the expenses of assessing
and collecting the State revenues,
the payment of the State debt.
and increase of school funds.
FREE TALKS ON AGRICULTURE.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE.
co-operators and could get all tb*
intormation necessary. L e a r n
the work by actual demonstru
rion work. When be learns the
practical working of demonstra
tion he will understand what be
reads about them. Try four or
five acres in corn or cotton and
learn from actual observation the
The plain and exhaustive ex
Flanations of the gentlemLn
elicited the closest attention and
deepest interest by ihose present
and he was heartily applauded.
Hon. J. T. Watkins, owing to
the lack of time, made but few
remarks relative to the mission
of the party. He said be would
use his best endeavors along
these lines in promoting this
work, and aid Winnfield in se
curing a government building
when the conditions justified it
and lead his be>t endeavors in
opening Dugdemonia to naviga
tioa. Free nail delivery routes
from this point were not prac
tiesble at present owing to the
lack of good roads, which were
a requpiite for their establishment
and their present condition would
pot justify it. He had come here
brim full of a speech for tl e
le of Winnfield and Winn
Fis-U and regretted his inability
to do so owing to the lack of
tiee sad other engagements.
SThe aneresting talks were frc
qusatly applauded by those who
were oS attendance.
Ga due ina •large measure to abuse
of the bowels, by employing dras
tie purgatives. To avoid all dan
ger, use only Dr King's New Life
Pills, ,th safe, gentle cleansers
and lu.igorator. Guaranteed for
headets, biliousnesees, maIria
and Jaundice, at all druggists, 25c.
fgtot orf eelpts and lipe.
d4t$re of the Town.
To the Hoe. Mayor and Board of
We year committee on finance
Ilp y submit the budget of
Rleslpt sand 'xpenaas out of the
mbveenee 1907. to-wit:
Advaloeem tax $.79.as8
te x 1900.00
Plnre and forfeitures 1100.00
tkeet tax 1900.00
M ks Hose reoeiptse 14000
a.inuri.e rops Iooow.e
'rEa sl m pt $10,871.68
and Gulf 194.61
T sl Speeal Tax $ 8E1.83I
'1 . r a sources $1441.41
s • pra'r . 1eeoo
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On the morning of Oct, 25 1907,
as the beautiful rising sun was
casting a glory over the gray earth
the soul ot little M. A. Buckner
took its flight to regions above.
She bad been sick but a few days
and all that kind physicaus and
loving hands could do was done
to alleviate the suffering of the
little one but to no avail until
God sent his messenger to bear
her away to Pardise to await the
coming of the loved ones here.
Not in anger or wrath was she
taken but in divine pity and love.
What now seems a crushing
sorrow will prove a blessing.
Gladly would that mother have
taken her child in her arms and
stoppe'd the grave if she could,
but she could not for the far
reaching eye of God saw some
thing infinitely better.
Only three years and eleven
months did she remain on earth
to cast gladness and sunshine.
But is not Heaven nearer and
dearer? Is there not now, some
thing more than ever, to work
for? to live for? Dear mother,
if you could but get a glimpse of
your child in Paradise you would
meekly and willingly bow your
be d and say, "''hy will be done."
A bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters
kept in the house and used occas
ionally means good health to the
whole household. Smith-Grisham
Drug Co., Special Agents.
Card of Thanks.
I take this method of thanking
:e citizens of Winnfield who
came to my assistance during the
fire at the residence of Prof. W.
I. E. Siras, M. D.
WANTED W" ' A, s . fr,
took aftr reewas sand
acurese subscriptoa list of a premieust
mOathly agpae, on a salary and omaarldo
as. aperleae desirable, but not meees
York. -ood Utaalasty bdr rest sero.
Add:r PMblt~er, Boz 0, O. brew
Rock Island Department Moved
Mr. W. C. Hollister, Train
Master of the Louisiana Division
of the Rock Island, from El Dor
adlo, Ark., to Eunice. La., has
moved his office to Winnfield and
at present bhas his office in the
Winn Parish Bank building, cor
ner Main and Abel streets, up
Marbury's Perfection Pills. the
best liver pill on earth, for sale
by Smith & Grisham Drug Co
Geo. A. Kelly sells marble and
granite grave stones and monuments,
in any qualityand design at moderate
prices fully guaranted. 22
Long & Black do public hauling.
If you want hauling done call up No.
21 over the phone. They make a
specialty of carrying traveling peen
and their truaks: will tarnish you
a card with distances from Winaleld
to any point you may desire to go by
Tows or wlxrria...
Boa. C. M. B ll.............. Mayr
C. C. O'MaIey ............... Mrl
5. 8. White.....................
Street Commisioner & Tax CoIeeter
. H.I. tton .........Sasitary Ofieer
J. . Heard..............' r..ser
Will A. Stroag, Clerk sad Priatr.
Southern sentinel, Oeseal Joernal.
U. sntem ta aleds
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V. .. Coopere. K.;
0. A. Payne, h. Re
alar meetilag Sad Sat
urday In each moath,
at 1 p.
Osdar 0ap Wa
107, w. 0. w
Dr. L . ms, C.
C.; C. . Dur
am, cekL. Nt
alar meetings let
and Ith of eeb
month, 7:10 p.m.
t '- J. J. Mies. a C.;
segular wte 1.t aad
3rd Pridays In each meath
a 1:d0 p.m.
World Best Circus
Will Exhibit at
5 TUESDAY, NOV. 5
NOT HALF THE SHOW--BUT ALL OF IT
IEART'S MlO6TIEST AND BEST - ASK ANYBODY.
a " 3-,ltE STA1ES-- 4 Ia
oa 3-EOMQUI E FAIRS-". sue
3TwstO (4OMINE(O MENA6ERIEf5ý ýu
3-S--PEM VUlNllU ILINS "-3 e
olSTLY DEERLESS .
/ IN ALL THEIR VAST
ALL C _ ENTIRbLETY o -,.l.
SUPREME . NS IT T.IL
1 lPISES HERE. HIPPODROMEr.
IN DEATH-INVITM FEATS 300
TMICE DaILY. REMIER PERFORMERS.
PEoPtLEn ORSES a AMERICAIS ONLY
"RARE MIl AII.IALS. , AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE
LARGEST RAILROAD CONCERN WHICH AS aCIIMNAMGAImTE
PROPELLED BY STEAM. IIE 6LOE.
AL TENTS SUN AND RAIN PROOF - SEATS FOe nOOO PERSONS.
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TE Ut UNLI IlLS ~IUTII AYlCA HEEL'- d
S PAN N I NG
STILL THERE ARE MOR=STRTLERS TO FOLLOW.
vAN Hu I DuI STRE P rRDnRuA
Qswebsnjmiui mew-n Mks d Wealtb an Splendor. Open Dens of Iet U
s dd e is .fd rnis Hrses . Five Bands
of New~i t4M.
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