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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 July 1901

STHE TRUE DEMOCRAT Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. VOL XST. FRANCISYILLE. WEST FELICIANA PARISH,. LA., SATURDAY, JULY 13, .1901. N 29 . . . . ..... . ... . ...... . mua . i i a u N O 29, The percentage of Americans among the enlisted men of .our navy seems I to be increasing. I The United States, according to the Churchman, has 107 social settle pents. The rest of the world has 55. A German professor declares that a poor man in a hospital is better off than a rich patient in his own house, Ind he hopes that this fact will help I to overcomc the prejudice against 8 hospitals. t American paper mills have opened t new market-in Australia-and 11 carloads are being shipped from Maine to Sydney, via New York City. 9 Australia has hitherto obtained most U of her paper from Sweden. A pound may always be a pound, c but certain it is that there is great difference between a mile in this coun t and in Sweden. Pedestrians in 1i ,iat country find it so to their ...

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 July 1901

YII- F, Tij¶1): r E DEMOCIHAT VUFFJCIA TJMT1RNA LUF"'pII i, PA ItS1 1iieela UIIA'I') FVVNir at St.' [rancis cllc, In. 11e lcu. as st c·t1ttl- tlasi . l'r3'11(t:vi 9l'U1M)AY, .1 LY I8Ti [, 19,(A C;URLS ViMER ALL ElSE FAILS, BeA! (ough Zyrip. 'I'artsc~ d.tCse in timA '-old Lv druaL im%. "atat Affray. A f:t al affriay o,.rr . 'et Mond.ly , Jly lS th at P';n'ola Iplantation, in this pll:'ish on Ithe Mississ.'ilcpi line. and fronting en tlhe rive r. T'vwo hrothers Gi.ortcc a11d Elliott N: taiff keep a: bar rlom, and hadl sold g4odi: to II. \V. \Wicnns, a ne'r iI, *ill Satl:lrd;lv toiL give a li -ic-dic, and ilring na .Ie nilllleniw t.lieV. had a (l ip ctlQe.  , tilc:li:,i Iii:kini' ilnsi iltilig i'tnull'Irks and thrc.eats, left the bar : otii , 'wuit to his hols. lin a short limo aftlr (;e'go N siff ifol, lowed the lineOrT and as he entered the door opQened fire oil Wjiniais, with fatal iffects Nasiff fired three ~ltsl. O(rle hit the negro in the sicle titig through the upper parit f...

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 July 1901

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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 July 1901

Even the men who die may feel that they have much to live for. The Pan.American Expositlon Will be the greatest this country has ever seen. The entire machinery will be run by power furni had from Nalara Falls. Al though the power required is enormore we believe this cataract is oeual to the task, the same as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters-is equal to the task of supplying the body with motive power when it is ran down. There is no medicino in the world so good for dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, flatulency and ner vousness. Try it. Before marriage a man yearns for wom an and afterward he earns for her. - A Centcnarian. Dr. Graham, of Jentucky,'who lived to be one hundred years old, attributed his long life and freedom from illness t) the use of Crab Or:hard Water. It was his only medicine. Hemlock, the extract which killed So crates, is a native of Italy and Greece. See advt. of SirITHDEALs' BUSINEss COLLEGE Of all German cities Nuremburg has in creased most within the last five...

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 July 1901

Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 20, 190i. O 30. PEARLS OF THOUGHT, A haggling woman is nearly as odi. 011 as a mean iman. It is better to be called proud than to be named a sycophant. A woman allly overcome a man's lislikc, bult his "'ontempt never. The b,;t friend a young girl can have is a level headed, loving father. Hlalth is a touchy possessioni dis coey li' of its ('colllmands and off it Nothing im.k,:s a vain old man so wroth a5 to pay him the resp:ct due his age. Keeping onie's grievances to one's ,.lf is an excellent proof of mental equipoise. Advrrs'ty is a less severe test than p:.rveriit,., where domestic happiness is cuIc l'n!ed. t'ntil you are sure a stranger will not bore ydi. brace you or babble, tell ser no secrets. It is not what we see, but what we repaemnbr II rfectly that helps to wid en our mental vistas. There is ever a battle waging bI tw'en an ilher and ti...

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 July 1901

O1Fp>I~rta ,l''Ii AJ.1ºVf'rf PARItSH. uICS. Al. E LI:AKIjE,....... I~itor 1I'i;J.1 'HEIED :WEPty SA1'1"t'RAY. i t~iibsriptrioii iJPi44', Joel. year, $1.5t1; Littered at the TwOt Office at St. FralckiN SATURDAY, JULY 2oTU1, l901 * n bS~ld Glid U..lr -UR yrz ;bne. b'k1 by drniwla'lq t6014 f I Hot air is all aroulld jig. ihI:it would we do but for he;at lightniing. It takes tiile ;anld ,patience to get revenue stumpls redetIemeud. ------ - ***C - The mail iarriers of -New Orleans are now shirt waist men. -- ~eq - ------ Tle w~on;nll in black who wanits to go to a ball and can't, is to be pitied. Baton R,8uge is getting; ready for the Confederate iRe-union in grand style. When the light from your neigh bor's window falls in yolur fare, the beam in your eye is cetrtainly great. er thanl the mote in his. New Orleans has made the mis take of the decade to let the Ilii nois Central's docks be placed at Harahan. albove the city. Germaiin mIillet is suggested as a good substitute for corn....

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 July 1901

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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 July 1901

legislature appropriating $8,000 for the erection of a monument to the victims of the battle of Stillinan's Run, against the Black Hawk Indians, in 1832. The place is situated in Ogle county. The fight, 4f gauged by num bers killed, or even engaged, was in significant, but if measured by the ef fect it had far-reaching influence upon the then future of Illinois. The battle of Stillman's Run was the opening event in the Black Hawk war and was sealed with the lives of 11 white men. The whole State of Illi nois was ablaze within a few days, and thousands volunteered for active ser vice in crushing the Indians, whose presence continually terrorized the white settlers. It was here Abraham Lincoln received hil first lessons in warfare. Before those volunteers dis banded the red man was driven across the Mississippi, and the country was thrown open for civilized peoples. All of northern Illinois and southern Wis consin was profoundly affected by this movement. Queer Idea of Chivalry. In In...

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 July 1901

Ir· H E .:;7·" ·r THE TRUE DEMOC RAT7 Offiolal Jounal of the Parish of West Fellicilana and School Board. . VOL.X. .fST. BABIVIyL WEST FkLICIXA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 27, 190I. O .  ...  .. . .. ... .. . -,,m ,mram m mmm| mm m m! mum ollram ini • n m • m nm m uun• I mm 00 surgeons thlnk nothing nowa. of taking out a man's stomach. Bata Ana, Cal., they have relieved fgerer of one lung, much to his SBt Louis man invented a sleeping der, experimented with it upon If, which will encourage other tors of dangerous preparationa -ns their own risks. ras (darnegie's latest and lap gift is not to little Scotland alone. I.-endowing the Scotch universities reflls the intellectual treasuries of gglish-speaking race. T-e libraries of the United States possess about 40,000,000 volumes, during the past 20 years the num of libraries have nearly doubled. are now fully 5000 in this coun The tendency steadily to increase esie of ocean steamers is explained 0the fact that the larger the vessel...

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 July 1901

.'1HE TRUE DEMOCRAT OFICIAL JOURN ALOF TRE PARISU. MRS. M. E LEAKE, ....... Editor PUBLI.aHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription price, per year, $1.50 Entered at the Post Office at St. Francis ville, La., as second-class mail matter ATURDAI)Y JULY 27TH1, 1901 UMeoug Syrup. Tastes Good. Use In time. Sold by dru gtets. 9 * Come South and keep cooler. We love him-Schley-for the nemies he has made. Charbon is said to be on the wane in West Baton Rouge parish. Schley keeps his temper lower than the mercury. Edward VII seems to be the same ald Albert Edward. If the school children of Louisiana do not get cheaper textbooks, it will not be Gov Heard's fault. If a woman who can't go to the ball is to br pitied, the woman, who has small pox, is much more apt to be pitted. Anything not to your taste on the Ilenu of a hotel you pass over,so why notdo the same with the intellect i ntl pabulum furnished by a news paper? It seems as if there was a good deal of a bluff in the Illinois Cen. tral's threat...

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 July 1901

'1'Iait .7ellwdlle . _ olger trail) Ieave' 1Bit.yon iggi ~5It. in. $fztd train aririvesi from Wood ,40 a. in., leaves for Shlagl tler piled train aflriv'Al from Slaugi,. iotl ip. 1"., leabvesfor 'lV Wood vul e ~p.n,. Cpnt er o riceta ftl· thec St. FI·;\11. qgiille Charge for the Y ear 1901) . `r anririll . 2nd Suindays nt 11 d,,rks n. ,'t nod 3rd SnIil:Iayu 7:2O * $uflslM school every' Stunuday at ~tAninl tw' 1st null 3rd Suudiyg :It * tn, 2nd r~nehtny at :30 Wockliw:1 k FnndrY 114.lukd ,l 3rdt ld:Inel 4th1 ~5ui st ;a p , and 2nd Sunday at 10 atn. fl.eTViccR Avery 4th s:1dnhthu Jit.'kci a nt. All atre cordially ill G. P. WII'I'E, P. C. Vi...... foe srtrt for andi cn give apecia son all inSWgpaperR, perioidicalsi anldi *pVD E. .T. B1?a Row, Tlhe Baptist CI111rc1 i at Chlaney Crek,2d waanl, begins a 1uu"otuIcte I ,teting to-uliorI ow. afrwt digestion niil nasimuuilation dipnrwlsteud conditionse of fliet rgg which grow anid are eoutfirruead lIy peet. flarldtinf gives toole to tho Mw h,...

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 July 1901
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. — 3 August 1901

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliolana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISYJLLE, WEST FMLICIANA PARISH LA- SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1901. O -2. •-- • ST II I·L a WAYS OF ENGLISH LAWYERS, 40l Lights on the Other Ride Receive It Small Fay for Services. A barrister's fees are small, and bey are always paid in advance, and ce the sum is recorded under the title to 'd the brief. A friend who had a ri urge practice showed me his feebook ti rekntly. The largest item was 38 te guineas, which is less than $200. The m ayVge was about $50. Fees are reg. oi 1sted by the benchers of the inn ac. A , lg to the service performed, and it Scontingent fees are allowed. A di bardster may accept a case for noth. m Ig or return the fee In cases of w eharity, but he cannot, without violat. tl ing his oath, directly or indirectly, ac. tl eept any greater compensation for a s( legal service than is allowed in the regular schedule fixed by the benchers o0 of his Inn. ' If he does so ...

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. — 3 August 1901

THE TRUE DEýOCRAT OpVWJ AL..1niTRNAI. OFrHRF PARISH. MRS. N. E- LEAKE ... ...Editor P RI.I'ED EVEKY SATTRD)AY. Snbsreription price, iper year, *1.r) Lintered at the P'oet Office at St. Franacis ville, La., oir .ecoiid-clash mail muatter cATURDAY AUG. ;IID, 19o ALL [ . Beet 'ýc ngh .ytlk naTWOiixo~. Urn Inj aue. alm by drurght&. 0 Fleninarion,the French scient ist, many of whose views are regarded nP visionllarv al .nlliles Verne's, pro dictedl some time ago that with this year the earth enters uponl a lO iln of five summners, the hottest ever known. Raton Rouge hlr a new telephone system, by which oexes are put in to every llsinless house and resi dence along the circuit, without cost. but a sumu of two ellts for each call. ''This secures a more en1ilsable distribution of cost to those aetual'y using the phones, :lnd protects the company from loss. in the usc of the wire by a non-! asubscriber, evils of the plesent system. If you stuffer from rlihematie prins. lumbago, gout. or...

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. — 3 August 1901

err trlli IIavv'! " yn for in ~lllf'tt ller 5 1 a. n. ait 7.j41pfl . W. I train ;ii i (Mt fromi WI co - *"ýt~ 11., keaves fo~r 'h gl~ele ,ý1 t;ll3" irriv1 y frm filaii 1i tIty II u ., I;SVre 11t" 11ooelvlltt" gIlt 2n·illr 21 nc '' at 11 t n. I nid 3r1 NleeduI 4 :t nal:Is.e1IIeer tirya bgelev ,.lttcd 1Yt :*d.r a:;0 4th ee,ý$. B He *,d, *~a1 4?VE't 4r1!and 4th sne1i:t. .,,'* All :Ire (lI~LllV ik ýgýrut for il'l enl' giroe Bpret:a ,,,If nrlws<ptp4pT, 1lleriII(Ie:el4 uuad filel $41111b Mii If. E. 'Town. 1Wt~ ":1+c ~~ *eCgoet'u."I tItn Di pro h B few sej.'te of e Iltlarcl'te flare. bkfll, in ill eNrE'S 'tOf 11e:tr..memity *at, or dlificllty of Ibteatllhing. ty tad 50 1.1~. use re:aly IcliXe'el paints ficlar111 C. et Il le 1 tt I, i l Afre1tat ias y i 1lati1 Bart, La. A.1 iIlder clilert ;tii$ the L. ;u cr'ITuesdaey hlex t sit theree *1Tl'ie etieh r is elt iaIl'eyt ft on taevttIlt ocf (lie ilis tot Elmt Park. 7etsst smiea % ater in townl ;lt Dohtr fetrget the Bateott Rclgi' iuti, J iint...

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. — 3 August 1901
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. — 10 August 1901

STHE TR E DEMOCR Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. '.' VOL. X. ST. FRANCISYILLE. WEST FLICIANA PARISH, LA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1901 NO 33. ...• _rm_ M a g W gg aagMU i M EM A Wyoming has soted the Wiary Willie problem by discovering a nat ral soap deposit within its borde;rs. The supremacy of American manu kctures is now shown by the fact that s golf clubs are being exported to Scot- I A Paris paper speaks of "the Yan- n lee peril." Another name for it is n t"eommercial push." It would be less u Sperilous to other nations if they had more of it b The attorney-general of Massachu- re getts has rendered a decision in rela- a tion to the constitutionality of the tl ills authorizing street railways to g, ptry merchandise in small packages. tl He finds that the bills are constitu- a tlonal b An Ohio man who is to inherit $2,- i 00,000 finds among the conditions that bi be must marry "some good woman." te The testator's idea, presumably, of a hi balance-...

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. — 10 August 1901

TI'H: TRUE DEMOCRAT OFPICIAL JOURNAL OF TNB PARISH. MIRS. 111. E" LEAIER, ....... Editor PUBLISHED EVER1Y SATURDAY. Subscription price, per year, $1.50 Entered at the Post Office at St. Francis ville, La., as second-class mail matter SATURD)AY AUG. 10TII, 1901l atime. Bold by dr t. THE RE-UNION. "A bad beginning sometimes makes a good ending." This old proverb proved true last Monday moriing when the train pulled out for the Baton Rouge Re-union. Packing one hundred and fifty peo ple in a space that is usually alloted to' fifty, upsets our philosophy which teaches us that two bodies cannot occupy the same space at one and the same time, but the crowd was in a good humor. They might have thought that the rail. road officials were a heartless set of wretches, but they didn't say so. The train pulled out, with a packed mass of humanity singing strains from Dixie and the Bonnie Blue Flag and as:the little Hill city faded in the distance, we imagined that we could. hear one old disgusted...

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. — 10 August 1901

~grJ1RUE I3 C If r IIttirl iel T:U s e Il Itfor lgn111,l' 5;30 a. .n. and , 7:5) p. '". )lied train arrive-Mt from Wood - lle.40 a. nll., leaves for Sliighliter la10.i sn. )lfred train arrives from Sl;ltigll. tr3: 5 'in., leaves for W'oodville 15 I" u'. Order of .rvices for thet St. Frain dville (harge for the Year 1901. Rt. 'r.Iri lle . 'Nil sndlay4 At 11 Sk u1, lt and 3rd S'| llaays 7:30 , .S.1..hy sc(hlol every 4tndVay at ) tni11;.g Star lIt a rd :ad Sntlduys at .i2:0Ixa 'iº, I, an di2nd nnday at 10 oek a twe  Tnies: li'rviccs every 4th SIlihhith 11tl o'eclek a m. All aro crdiallly in Viel. P. tV I 'rl.. P. C. eice......" l al a1gent for and can give specia oi nol n ll uie1wspall'rs, periodicald and 0riues. E..T. BARROW, FiU your emblroidery box with lIrgfinIs sldl by .ists II. E. Town. A free and easy expt.ftoration is pro ne.l l by it few ht4o.es of Bailard's H{Iuire S10uu1l Syr np, in all ases of 11toarstness , rertront, or difficulty of brleathing. rie 2 andtll 0 cajJ. ...

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. — 10 August 1901
Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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