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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 March 1901

Oolal Journal of the Parish of West Frloian and Sohool Board, _ _ST. FRANCISVILL, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 90i. VOL. X.---NO 14 f l .ýtvAl r U 1Tl nr' I rr ' I A I - ' ' -• . . ,. WlAss, W TOrUE, WAGON 010 L GIe WOOD WORI Furnishing Coods. N wooDS xowINGe R. S AT SAZES, sAS1, iuNDS, DOORS, ETC. J-SEPH STERN, ..l. .lbe.,.... M.ocha adis. Sg lh Cuntln With Ster. SIBesrm sad Males for Sala om Guruated. jUo. STERN, feet of Hill. L p. KILBOURNE, Sggist and Chemist, tea 0l a ] Prosperity Streets to. iraolrville, La. earfully compounded. Aa rlnection of Drugs, Patent eleinee, mad Notion.. Carden Seed on Hand T. W. RAYNHAM, tractor and Builder, Dpes and Dressed Lumber kept uiastly on hand at shop, nser residenoe, to Suit the Times. spass Notices --lt of any kind on Greenwood litkewise seining, is positive. 'ted under penalty of trespass. pIm laon heretofore granted is myeeb. No exceptions. Cua H. Bim. ald after this date all huntin;  hadon Ambrosia and Independ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 March 1901

I t ýý. 1 li t PLA1OCICA OFFICIALJ IOURNA1 OF'I'HE I'ARISIJ. WV. W. 1.1:A I I, .1 It.,.. I'roIlrieotý. 3iI1. 3r. L ,E I i I, . ... ...i * c I.UBLI71 H1:1) EVEr..Y -%,4'I RDI Y. Subseriptiolr t p Irio~r, pe(r year,1 $1.50 Clntcrrcel at the Yost (. ;flice at S~t. Francisil ville 1_1., nit Wc~ont-cIRFM nlail nurttteT 'SA'I''Itlt)A Y, 31A R. 3('1'11, 19011 N WHER LL ELSE FAILS. Beet C'ough Syrup. Tastes Good. U8e in time. Sold by (iu isw. hoine. As a relbuke to the admin isttration for its sham:eful treat ment of him a grand pt'eop'e's recep lition should be arranlgetd for himi. ])em. Record. Among the papers of the late Grant Al len was found an article on "The British Aristocrac y. It is probabhle he did lot care to place himself before the English rending pullic in the position of elltireu frankness which he lhad ansumed while wrnling this article, and that counse quneatly it was held until after his Leath for publication. It was secured through his son for The Cosanopolitan and ap p...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 March 1901

STake A Policy in the Pacific MITUAL LIFE INSURANCE Company - - Forrester & Percy, Agents. er train l:ve" B:you farnghter 5'5 a. .n. and train arri t'es from Woo 4a. n., leaves for Slaughter IeR 1min( arrives from ilaugh. p u)', leaves for'Woodvhlle of ,ei.es for the St. Fran fCleCfarge for tie Year 1901. j'--HirilP 2nd ,unmlasn at 1 I 1 Il. 4t a1d 3rd Snti:ys 7:30 dgoaly school every Sunday at  itar: 1st antd 3rd Sundav :at .U n, 2ud S111unday t 3:30 o'clock -. hooie1l Ist 3rd and 4th Siutn 2O pm, a11d 2nd Stunday at 10 Services every 4th abhbath tksnt. All are cordially in G. P. WHI'I'E. P. C. URCT, 8Tl FRANCISVIL E.' -ek Sericeir--3orning prayer, :. Litany, 6:30 p. m. jists and trnimmcd hats at sten's. ONCongh and Worklt offt the Cold 'mre Brno Quinine l'abllets cures Maone day. No cu:re, no p'"'y. Price jlte no others are now lru' ing 1 easles. The specklcd dis. -prevalent lit town and counl reyas congh I A d(He of Biallanrd ndSyrnpwill relieve it. Price, Gd 50 lnts. Fo...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 March 1901

Nerous Prostration. A Noted Boston Woman Describes its Symptoms and Terrors.--Two Severe Cases Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Gompound. ADELE WILLIAMSON. "I am so nervous! no one ever suffered as I do There isn't a well inch in my body. I honestly believe my lungs Sare diseased, my chest pains me so, but I have no cough. I am so weak at my stomach, and have indigestion terribly, and palpitation of the heart; am losing flesh; and this headache and backache nearly kills me, and yesterday I had hysterics. " There is a weight in the lower part of my bowels, bearing down all the time, with pains in my groins and thighs - I can't sleep, walk, or sit, and blue - oh goodness I I am simply 'the most miserable of women." i, This is a most vivid description of a woman suffering with nervous prostration, caused by inflammation or some other ased condition of the womb. No woman should allow herself to reach such a perfection f misery when there is no need of it. Read about Miss Yilliamson...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 6 April 1901

Offioial Journal of the Parish of Wept Irellolao and School Soarq. i. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pnb. and Prop ST. FRANISYVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, - - LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 190V X N AT. Gastrell, TE V/. OF L ISANa R Y draw the Rate from Bayou I9 VO. W.---.O 15 .__-,' m to draw . . .. . . ... A. T. Gastrell, IABIWAr l, STOVES, WAgON set OABLIAG WOOD ,03U . loeus Furnishing Coods. In , wooDs, nowxxe 1[t. WINSsHAT a lAIS, ASE, BLINDS, DOORS, ETC. JOsEPH STERN, *eneral Merohandise. thi Stalle la Ceanmlecti With Stors A pgply of Horses and Mules for sle, tisfotion OGuaranteed. IJOS. STERN, IFoot of Hill. L. P. KILBOURNE, ,Druggist and Chemist, 1mu IRoyal and Prosperity Streets St. Franlsville., La. lNmerptions carefully oompounded. •ei.e seleotion of Drugs, Patent Medioines, and Notiomn. Frsh Carden Seed on Hand T. W. RAYNHAM, Oontractor and Builder, bIb, Doors and Dreassed Lumber kept oastatly on hand at shop ar residenoe. it Mies to Sult the Times. t espass Notices f I autag of any kind on ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 6 April 1901

*J' P's ''tHU E ISEM,1OCIº AT O)IinCIAL. ()UIRN ALOFTH1'E PAR ISH. 1'. %V. lA lEA .J Eitor. A'1 S. Al. 1?" I.)1:AK1:........ I:(Iitor P lIA.? IEDLI EVERY SATURDAY. -Nibm 'riptiom plI Irice. per year, $1.50 Lntered at the PosIt (f'cie at St. Francis yulle, Lii., :is Plwoii l-class mirl matte SA'11UI1ºI)AY, A PR. G1'!!. )1901i C~it W'LEHE ALL ELSE FAiL.7 Celt (Coagh Syrup. 'Tsr.e Goo'I. Use In time. $Id by drurggsts. puntlll, that he is v;ain, bI orln sttl , falli u'tieal--t hat his people are 'half child, half sav:tg anul alto gether tiunreasonab;he-is it niot ievert hleiss :io V tea itrdiInary character whIo co(h1l ]have orattanizetd, as ex-Mlinister iar'rett testilied that lie did, a P'arl;iament lhat 'ompi tar ei favorably with that of .Japaln, andl who has for more Ithan two years Inainltained a constant war fare against the vastly greater ar lily and immeasurable resoiurces of the Unlited Slates A '1'Testimtonial from (lid Eiiglind. '1 cln::ider l hi m.i.ritlain's (Congh Itmn e...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 6 April 1901

,iglanhlltcr 5 ';3 a. .n. anti trail' airrive'. front Woo 401. u.l, Ic ixus foir ISauýt ugte L in. rd tra'it] aIrr v's fromt Sla u4gf4 - Op. t leaves for Wo\'uudviliet Pm m of~etViVCM for tlc" St. Fran jeCbnrge for* the Y ear 1001. pFinc ille . 2n1i'1 SltlaVs at 11 f 11 lt ;1I111 3;i'l SIU111:iys 1:3(1( Bmnd:4;ly *cIial 4\e'Vy Nilciiliy at g Rtntr' 10t aid :3il 111i:1j3e' at $uuedv w Klloo1 1.4 a ri·l and "l t11 1 1111 d230 1, In, aut(1 2nd Sr ~u11ay a lt,1( Vue Ferrices a1vaI~y 4111 Siblaa t jlurk a ill. All lie e til:S ii y iii G. P II1E .C 4;ist5 IC Iii trimmel(d hats1 at Stern's. oiftirll' eI Ic + iu " awl girls are for the ]:aster Iili:iys. 'ilrltclatstyles by It. Marvrin, Ba:loil the Congh' :14:1 '%. o; lan ai}' tfile ('olii ais ('Iullill; ! anid for roar1 atre,etc'., go t) 'i~ss 11. E. pet. 11 is a1 irailk lit" n:! t n , a' "It a.l)C ·an a IUN tiiri'l 11 t I i 1un il , auw b --l :'kwi l, :vi lerct pircstcriipion1 for nil:li rhills ainad fc\vr in .1 I0ittle ofU *'e'.'steclss (...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 6 April 1901

At present each 1,100,000 toni of coal raised costs one human life. What WYl Recomuae of (hinas None can foresee the outcome of the quarrel between foreign powers over the division of China. It is interesting to watch the going to pieces of this ancient but unprogressive race. lany people in America are also going to j pieces because of dyspepsia, constipation, I lood, liver and stomach diseases. We are I living too fast, but strength, vigor and good hoalth can be retained if we keep off and cure the above diseases with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. There is but one woman ruler in the world, Queen W\ilhelmina of Holland. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children leething, soften the gums, reduces inflamma. lion, allays pain, cures wind oolic. 25c abottle Lions and tigers are too weak in lung power to run more than half a mile. I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved hIy life three years ago.--MRs. Taoxas RoB. BINs, Maple St., Norwich, N.Y., Feb. 17, 1900. WOMEN MUST SLEEP. Avoid...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 April 1901

Offiolal Journal of the Parish of West Fellolan and Sohool Board. ý, i. LEAKE, Jr., Pab. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE. WEST F.LICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDI)AY, APRIL 13, 190o. VOL. X.---NO 16o SABWAL, STOYS, WAGON ai enAONa wooD won. 0 FurnlehlnI Coods. VA wooDW eowIae it. gul, NAT sAIs, - ASE, ILINMs, DOORS, ITO. JOSEPH STERN, ...Paler 1d oerohandise. UlIJ Iste b Ontln Will Store, aof surse and Mules for al "" sfationG saranteed. JOB. sTERI eeoot of HIMl iL P. KILBOURNE, pruggist and Chexnist, mag se al and Prosperity Streeta It. Yrauoleville, La. bluiDptlou carefully compounded. b0io islsotion of Drugs, Patent Medijines and Notions. p' ih Carden oeed on Hand 4.- T. W. RAYNHAM, Oontractor and Builder. hit Doors and Dressed Lumber kept * atantly on hand at shop, aer residence, MWh to Sult the Times. Trespass Notices Isuting of any kind on Greenweod Latation, likewise seining, is positive prohibited under penalty of trespass. permission heretofore granted is rn teoked. No exceptions. ICJ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 April 1901

ree r ~ rsemi~wkar"rr+. . 6)FF1CIAL.1ouu:NALAF'i'F1E PAS.; ISI. DIIIS. W. LIF''A KI-J-- _T ,. I EAEi tor. 11 RS8. At. i T r 3,:ý 1{ .... .... Et: i nr $i>bwOenption PI'iV, per yeaCr, $1.50 Entered nt t1e Post Otfice at St. Francis villo, Lar., as secondc-class mar~il maetter SAT'UR~DAY, A 1. , 1901 Beet U ,ýuah Syrup. Tine' Coux&. Us" In ruo. fold by Vn,:p!:t . seeks to contro! his \\ ife by lil ding the pur'se him:;clf. When iunture pits on I is w spring dIress fresh paint otl hlmise an!i b;rn is iiaturl t ly suggest.cd. Now is I lie ti ltoe, anild the Uinan toi do Ibhe p-.ilii ig lhr you as 11. Martin, llayoi iara. la:. .0i 41.-,- .... A depl'it of vali:l:ile chiiemicals bas ieen, discovered illn Grant parish, near C'olita. Ctll, vounds, blilllrins, spr;i1 anli lbruises quickly lien! iflyou apply llalirdl's i Stnow TLiniiint. PIi 'e 25ets iand 50cts. Tolm I. Jobhin11on by carrying tlhe Re npublicani strollgholll of Clevellandl, ()., for mayor, puts hiimself i lin - for the ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 April 1901

'rain Scied ule. ger train leave2 Bayou . ganghter 5.!.5 a. in. and : 7:50 p. W. train arrives fromn Wood 4O a. ui.) leaves for Slaughter rain arrives from Slaughl p. w., leaves for WVoodville .ll of Servies for the St. Fran Clebharge for the Year 1901. p:lo, . 2nd Snndays at II S I, lt and 3rd SIuniIays 7:30 " - sclIool every ~ Iunday at t.n'r: 1.t and 3rd SnndayR nt a *o, 2ld Sundiay at 3:30 o'clock -- -hool 14t 3rd nud 4th Sni; Zp , and 2nd Snnday at 10 *' NI S: ervices every 4th 'Lbbabth kam'. All are cordially in G. P. WHITE. P. C. ------.. out driving step at lhu'ris' ,Irink of soda water, or some other cool )rela'1rations liel as . Lofton from Chamaberlain aud Gord Gor Gol!s:n fromn the i.w, 'ere at lhome for E:aster. .l ontzg and iinteriori decoratingi slaw g5yles by IH. 31:rtii, lIh.vou jnnnlIl Catholic I;die:i decided to tlitr entcainnlucte11t, owing to -udlother causes. Tlhe date will ,anounccd when decided u11),). -et soda water in town at (.inger s. IlieSanl he ser...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 April 1901

rive Hundred Kinds of Trees. With the light thrown on Philippine affairs by the American occupation comes a greater knowledge than was heretofore possessed of the many va:u able products native to the soil. Under old laws forestry was almost unknown, and the most valuable rubber, gutta percha and ylang-ylang tree were al lowed to be cut clown at will, says the Philadelphia North American. These old regulations are now changed, and licenses must now be taken out. For estry Director Ahern estimates the total number of tree species in the archipelago at 500. There are no pure forests of any one species, but all grow together in one discriminate mass. The forest lands of the Philip pines are estimated at from 20,000,000 to 40,000,000 acres-one-half of the islands' area.-Chicago News. aft exploration mission, bound for Venezuela with the avowed purpose of exploring districts of the great for esta of the lower Orinoco, recently sailed from Bordeaux-Paulliac. The mission is composed of Dr....

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 April 1901

iTHE. T1E DEMOCRT Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliolan and 8ohool Board, 1. IK, Jr, and PRop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 20, l1. VOL. X.---NO 17 We Jr, b. n. ro SGastrell, nit, STOYES, WAGON ann wore. yoon 01531k0 WOOD 7011. Furnishlng Coods. O p'P IOwING IA.* IAT rAIS, SAIe, Dp, DOORS, ETO. SPH STERN, asohandise llbb Clctlle Wft Stars. o lolses sad Mules for sal ',tlo3 G uarated. . STERN, fet of Hill. p, KILBOURNE, gist and Cheomnst, elarl sad Prosperity Stroeet -, Franoisville, La. earefully eompounded. Mleotion of Drugs, Patent ,gaiaee, and Notions. "arden Seed on Hand ,W. RAYNHAM, actor and Builder, and Dressed Lumber kept Ily on hand at shope seer reeidenoe, to Sult the Times. ass Notices of any kind on Greenwood likewise veining,"t positive. ted under penalty of trespass. -_ion heretofore granted is No exceptions. Cvss. H. Bua. ad after this date all hunting hindon Ambrosis and Independ 'ation is positively prohib. .r penalty of tr...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 April 1901

OFFICIAL.JOIIRNAI (F PNF'I HE AAi[s i W. WV. LE"A KU1 , J 1C.,.. Piuojwicrt or. 3tI11. M. FI- LEAK :,....... E5djt4ºr I ` Sillitrrijd1(11 iu 1ºIJ pr puiir, $1.511 q:iCtlt'l at the I'o.t Oflifie at N~t. Frauri8 si11e, La:., its nvuricr-c lau+ until nisittcerj Is.A'IUIkI)A1, A I'I[ . I'll.1, 1901 &HE ff1 E Al EL AL. * a lest uqh Syrup. Tutu cod. Vie Intiue. ModbydvU . l. C 'lThe claim of the Railroad (ir lnissioii of this state Ihlhi, it has jill risdictl, ion over wateir-craft a!so w!'il b e cnte.st dI before the S i:preine Court A student at Ann Harb:u'lor, Mich., li:IS contracted the lulblnh; plaxulte froml a gIerm in "''cltue" rli'ought from San Fr'anlisco for medical Study. Lulies cart he served in the ice trean parlor or in their u,_.tj ies, I when they stol, for soda water at A. llarris'. --= 04-~*·c--- ''The Standard Oil Trust is hun grily wiatching the situation in Beaumont. The 'J'Texas anti-trust Jlaw was made just iii time to keep the 8. O. Trust from going in and tak...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 April 1901

Sgcr train lcv'e'i B~youi f0rnlaiightel 3 13 a. rn. aid piedtrinill-r'ivces from W oodl x,40;1 Ii1., leaves; for SJlaughlter jied (r;ill arrivcrr from Slhiull-~ p 11,, le~Ives for 'W\oodville 0f rpiCe$ for the St. Fraii 1jl0fhllrgc for the Year 1901. fiýýi*rille . ·2III Bnlfld4 at 11 iv, l't and 3r'dl Snida4134ys 7:30 ue1,oot~ every $uiiliy att " jpgti r: 1 at nel ý 3 crd S Ittusby i gSndýlt iHl hf.I Is ! 4 II 3r~l an 4t Ii :n ,,'.0 P nl and 2nd uSninºlay at 10 a ii. S: ervices eiery 41 t SalblbatIhI le~e(ý a uli. All are cordlly ill G. P. MVllTE. P. 0. n out driving stop ait llolrr:s' . slrinktof sodal water, or some± ,eotherool prleparationsr hlclhan i mwn llovedt iinto !'er com e new sitore, OluhIºhii IO the' tinil se, this wee'(k. Thell Ia.. grill s cnl fin thecir wayY there.r ". ,,iu'iig uitd interior dvecratinl; in uust A1Ice b 11~I. JLlal.' ill, ljavot1 Ieless soda waiter in - townl at Singer's._ matter whit sort of weather esd;iy next bIrings, be sure to out Intl leau rJoaqu...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 April 1901

The weight of the air which encircles the earth as equal to that of 581,000 cubes of copper, each 1093. yards square. Swallowed s False Teeth. A man recently aallowed his false teeth and It drove him mad. Stomachs will stand a great deal, but not everything. If yours is weak try Hlostettcr a Stomach Bitters. It cures Indigestion, constipation, kidney and liver troubles, as well as malaria and fever and ague. It is pasticularly effective in all nerv onus affections, and is strongly recommended at this season of the year when the system is run-down and most susceptible to disease. All druggists keep it. Pennsylvania has State coal lands which -are estimated to be worth $100,000,000. 'The American People Are the greatest sufferers from Constipation. Many cases have been cured effectually with small doses of Crab Orchard Water. A true enemy will tell you of your vir tues, and others of your faults. It is easier for the average woman to pass a counterfeit thousand-dollar bill than a phot...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 April 1901

OfMolal Journal of the Parish of West Pellolan and Sohool Board, !, LEAKE, Jr, Pub. uad Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, APRIL 27 1901 VOL X-N . . '_ _ m -PRIL 27 .s' . O LlO i 8-,, __ . . , . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. _ .  .. . . . . . .. i m- m m m n a m ! m m • m In m mm m m ' , L'Z, Gastrell, g"oWA3, STOVbS, WAGON ru assueIAs wooD woel. Pe Furnlshlng Coods. ,yM , WOflP OWlIN ia. C Sa , HiAT lIas S I, B LINDS, DOORS, RTC. JOSEPH STERN, ....P1sa 1n.... eral steroharndise. ItI StaU b CnlIIOnl WItL Stlrs, Sof Heier sad idles for rla. dtisaotls Guaranteed. 1-; . 5. 8TERIN Foot of wTIIo. L. P. KILBOURNE, Druggist and Chemnist, ame 3oyal mnd Prosperity Streets St. Franoisville, La. aription earefully oompoundad. l.ow selection of Drugs, Patent Medicines, and Notions. Fesh Carden Seed on Hand T. W. RAYNHAM, Oontractor and Builder, id, Doors sad Dressed Lumber kept e ansantly on hand at shop, S asee reikenon is*s to Suit the Timoes. .Nspas...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 April 1901

'17k) , 1t b DEM~J K~OUCRAT 4)Rpv kI4*1OUR30 NAMº TJ1 ER PARSIR. W. IV. E'AKE, .11,,. Proprietor. 1J~)I. IT. l:" J.EAKIE,....... hlitor JI'4I.I'HFET) EVERY SATURDIAY. Anbru ription prIic~e, Iper-yearr, $U50( Entera~l u~t the Pot o ffic! e at St. Fran -ise Ville, I'll., as sceunll-class maiil nlrtttrr 9AnI~TiU1) Y, APRli. 27'1'1I, 1901 $& Apt . but ( utah yrup. 'Pintas Goud. Use in tims. Sold by druggstsr. The water frotIa the Ohio will tojp the daniger line at Memniplhis by over a foot. Fat her-in-law Ziimmerman: think[s that it is "pay, pay," with the I Duke of Manchester, more than it is Papla. The last rain washed a large log intlo the ford at big Bayou Sara creek, Pinckneyville road. Isn't it somebody's business to drag it out? ~-- - .. Col. Iobt. Montgomery has been alppointed referee in bankruptcy, vice 0. O. Provosty, who has a. conded to the supreme bench. Confederate HIall at Memphis, now building as an assembly hall for the re-union which takes place iin May, is very ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 April 1901

Take A Policy in the Pac UTUALIFE ISUANCE Copay Forrester & Percy, Agents. P IELqoNAT. BUT' P LOTl RE I 'Ih mnenantlu o f 11ITh n t sa n/nA1. I T/\ . frTTTT .1 r 1 I pr train leave' Bayou SSlslmghlter 5.'15 a. m. and "7 1'). m. train arrives from Wood 40 a. si., leaves for Slaughter rlin arrives front Slangh. fL, leaves for Woodville of !errices for the St. Fran CWhrge for the Year 1901. el-vill . 2nd Sundays at II ,t, 1ht and 3rd Saltnays 7:30 dsy school every itinday at Star: Ist and 3rd Sundays at Shp, 2nd Sunday at 3:3o o'clook sy ieo l ld 1st 3rd and 4th Sun mlp , and 2nd Sunday at 10 a.. Services every 4th Sabbath tiak sn. All are cordially in G. P. WHITE. P. C. of Tamica, was married April M l May Zolla Brown of Natchez. out driving stop at Harris' Sof soda water, or some -ther cool preparations hehias oranges and bananas at at Baton Ionuge in the U. S, i of B ertrand l.evy on .esulted in a nis-trial. H. P. e elate Coupsp, for withhold  oney, was acquitted. ,eannds, bu...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 April 1901

The demand for canaies in Cbina is very kra¶, owing to the fact that they are used at aB religious ceremonies. ' Desmand for 19ore Battleships. When the Secretary of the Navy recently demanded more battleships, Congress con sidered his recommendations favorably, and authorized the construction of several power ful warships. Protection is what our se ports require, and fortifications will not adu quately supply this. Defense against all dis orders of the digestive organs, such as dyspep. sin constipation, blliousness, rheumatism and nervousness, is adequately afforded by that efficient remedy, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Try it. Within the lastfive years 480,000 stands of rifles have been exported from Ger many to China. Sarah Grand says that the "average man" is the hope of the nation; but here comes a' Chicago pulpiteer, the Rev. Johnson Henderson, with the re marl: that he is the "most uninterest ing mortal on earth." "His very work. by reason of its commonplace charac ter, is a...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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