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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 17 August 1901

d "* - VOLOffcial Jounal of the Parish of West oand School Board. Among the new sensations pr U SATURDAY, FUll9Tn17 by--heautoobleed otehe b A asa -ven and a half umpnche--aad i t 18' fe(A FOURTH MEAL THE FASHION. WH T runaway-paralleled only by an extra. t ta . " . . t n t o HEN THE EYE DOES NOT - Ambng the new sensations provided by the automobile is the backward runaway-paralleled only by an extra. obstinate mule. Dr. Shrady gives out the opinion that the number of suicides increases with advancing civilization. One wonders if this would be so were the civiliza. tion really what it purports to be. Portugal's new compulsory military service calls for three years In the ac live army, five In the first reserve and seven in the second reserve. First-re. seirve service calls for a month train. lag every year. The Supreme Court of Missouri has b held to be excused I a p acting in obedience *W a rection of her husband, procured a re volver which the man was to use in effectlng his esca...

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. — 17 August 1901

nir(; )E DEMOCRAT Tr~ain Schedilillc. gpJKniger tiajil leaved Thyou for ' IItngllteU 5 '30 a. .n. aid Siii'd train avrives from Wood. y.40 a. in., lea ves fii.Sluglittei .Yirlr' -train arriv.M fronm Shlirc . ~ij3 pP'W. Iel~tves for Woodvrllel reF w r'iisft) ith `it. h'a :vill. Charge f.r the Year 19111. , fnrt:1ºckvil1 . ?nid SiihlslyM at. II a u:. 1st #lit 31*11 ltiahayvn 7:19(1 N $uudYMy MVIE4l uvi'Iy $iuiiblag y at k nel U r,. !ol Stiil~iIliy .11 H':ai() E"CIE·k P3 ngmta stllr hl Iht 3r1 airl 4t uiii.t Olt2::3U0 if ii, rand ?sii SizwIlay 1 10 t a Ma. TMlip;º : s*rvicet Pvorv 4th Sn1IhH?1I 9t 'olewk at II. All :ae ci'rdieWm in 0. P. WIHITl. P. C. 1 ji gint for atol catn give *pecia nn oll ,ieWipajpers, jariodicaig idy l p E. J. BAKROW, º Pillyt0 embiroidery hiox with SinS Nldd by uissi H. E. Town. ntl Amy expeetiiratiooi ix )Pro- 11 by a fowv dio n s of }Ia l li dl'ui flnaw. d Syrup, in all c:tnee of hlo;ruworie 1%4 hroat, or difficulty of breath ing. I S25 sid .30 elm. IAtwt Vill...

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. — 17 August 1901

thief was publicly flogged at the whip ping post In New Jersey the other day. The culprit was a white man named James Fisher, and he was accused of stealing a diamond pin. Nearly all of the city officials of Dover were pres ent. when the punishment was dealt out. Many ladies of the town occu pied box seats as the lash whizzed through the air and fell upon the white skin with a dull sound as though striking putty; others pressed in against the fence surrounding the post ahd expressed their approbation in Va rious ways. After the punishment was over and the shackles loosened an overcoat was thrown over the man's bleeding back and he was taken back to the jail where ointment was ap plied. War Demands Speed. Ill modern war plans there is no lim. I* t to speed. Year by year the naval contracts call for greater swiftneL and larger ease in maneuvering. Al. ready a torpedo boat has reached $ speed of over 40 miles an hour, and some of the great ships under con. struction are expected to mak...

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. — 17 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. — 24 August 1901

THE.T]RUE DEMOCRAT Offlolal Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FANCISYILZ WEST FLIGIANA PAM=I, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1 NO 35 C.----- - - _ ;r·r .. - . ..- -, 0ore than 20,000,600,000 checks annually in the United States 18,000 are "raised." lb wonder the New York man u , "Never Trust a Women" com suicide, A good many men do trust women are alive and Bookman reports that only 40 novelists are able to live on profts of their books. Perhaps others iAverse Emerson's maxim ,an to high living and low think )3rew Carnegie says that his busi. now is giving. There are men will be just as well pleased if does not interfere with their plans taking a vacation and making more pan is badly in need of capital, its policy of forcing foreigners out business is hurtful. It has ex its own c.apital, but foreign are at the mercy of the na courts. Trade is at a standstill mlls are idle. fat, send a man to state prison "borrowing" an umbrella! Thus the most cherishe...

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. — 24 August 1901

Anaoent Records. From Bombay comes the intelligence that records dating back to the first century of the Christian era have been discovered by Dr. Stein In the course of his explorations in Chinese Tarkestan. The famous traveler and antiquarian came upon a store of some 300 documents, together with a quantity of clay seals and many in scribed wooden tablets bearing dates A. D. 86 to A. D. 72. Even the men who die may feel that they have much to live for. Algeria has four zones in which petroleum occurs. One of them is 123 miles long. World to End thls Year. This is the recent decision of one of the prominent societies of the world. but the ex act day has not yet been fixed upon, and while there are very few people who believe this prediction, there are thousands of others who not only believe, but know that IHostet ter's ;tomaoh Bitters is the beet mediciae to cure dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, bil iousnees or liver and kidney troubles. A fait trial will certainly convince y...

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. — 31 August 1901

Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliolana and School Board. .. VOL. X. ST G S. F GISVILL, EST FHICIANA PARISH, LA; SATU)AY, AUGUST 31, 1 O 36. T he six-foot m an has som e consolas . T H E M ISS ISS IP P I R IVE R. -; -. .. The six-root man has some consola. lion. He is one out of every 203 men in the world. Tennessee has a law prohibiting the employment of children under 14 years of age in factories, mines and shops. Unlcle Sam has a foothold in Japan. T That country has Just executed a lease in perpetuity for the site of the S, aw American hospital at Yokohama. There is a German movement against pessimism. A society has been formed to look for the real things in art, science, literature and life, and inspire people with the joy of free. dom. The succession to the Italian crown is governed by the Sallc law. Hence the newly born daughter of'the Ital lan KItng cannot inherit it. It must follow the male line. The Salic law prevails in Austria and Russia as well as in Italy. Ca...

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. — 31 August 1901

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT OFPICIAI .IOURNALOF'I'HE PARISH. DIRS. M. E LEAKE....... iEditor ?U BLI.%HE) EVERY SATURDAY. Siihscription prI'ice, per year, $1.50 E!Itcre4I nt the Poot Ofnice at St. Francis Ville, 1L4., as second-c1as nmail niatter 3AqUTJ),Ay AUG. 3iST, 19oo1 CURBS WYIEd ALL ELSE fAALS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Go d. Use in tirue. F- ld by' druggJist. 0 " O lBryall'A pilie grows (,01inn1ni1).T every (lday. Goy. 1[ear:l's mother, aged nii net; is dead c ... .--.4.4-~ ~-. . .. Ainte-d iretalilisihmean arilnism is Slid to be the longest word in the English language. It isn't fair for one book to have the prestige of bleing "The Love Letters of a Liar" when there are so many other su('h letters extant. The Work at Tu'skegee. The True Democrat is noit of those, who would deny the negro race a chance to improve its c): d<ition, to rise. And indeed it feels that the prosperity of the South ,depends largely on the improve ament of the dark race. Conditionsi of climate and tejmperamen...

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. — 31 August 1901

jUE 'r1 iJF 1)DhIMOCRMT Train Schedutile. pasentger tratin lea ve'i . Bayou Fartr for ýLIutU l1C.1' 5)'":O a. m.h and Mixed trai n arrives from Wood1. Ville 9:40 ,t. in., lIe aes for Slau glhlter 1010 a, n1. 1' Mixed tralinl arrives from ShitiugI. ter343p Ip. il., leatves for 'W\oodviIee 3;:5 1). 11. Qrder of Servicves' for tihe St. Fran (.sville Cha~rge for the Year' 1901. $R, F rafeiVillF . 2iii1 ýlnnl1I12) at 11 ',.-iork a 22. 14~t andl 3111 Snil2i,.lsl 7:3( Vrl aldl cllIIIIl 4''t 'V I I: ;t puti Stld,iiid hoI* 4'2'yI Sunday~i at Motninclt Star it anld .3rdl Sundays at o t o'ehiek a IN. `end Sllld:1 V t, t .{:30 'clnck *t SunWday~f scho sat d 3rd t 4hsn s dlyK utN 2:.) jIl, 2::,I0 a 2ndl Siiiiay tt 10 Tnninkc: Servics every 4th Sa1,bathi it o'clock a tit. All] re 'ordllI:l ll' in yjit~i. C.. 1'. Wi111!'1'. P. C. Notice..... . TaI agent for ad can give speci:al Little ztleikt;\ \\Wiininams gate a part}' tn hI(e little fri'iieds, Fri'iday afiei'nlon. Fill vour cinliroidet'y 1))I0 W...

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. — 31 August 1901

HATCHING AN OSTRICH. The labor-Divlding Process of the Malt and Female Birds. Early in the year, just as sprint dawns, a pair of ostriches will begin tc build a nest, or rather to scrape one out of the ground. The male bird rests his breastbone on the ground and kicki the sand behind; when one side is sufb dciently deep he turns around and op. orates in a like manner, until a round hole about three feet in diameter ant one foot deep is the result of his ex. ertions; occasionally he intimates to the female that help i1 desired and they take turns. The hen forthwith begins to lay an egg every day. If the Ohio river were straight it would not be navigable. The length of the river, including all its present windings, is 948 miles; yet the distance from its source to its mouth, in a straight line, is only 614 miles. The river now descends five Inches in a mile, which declivity, slight as it is, is sufficient to cause a current so rapid that at some seasons of the year steamboats can scar...

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. — 7 September 1901

Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. VOL. X. VOL.X. ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST ILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATRDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901. NO 37 Prof. W. I. Ptckerlng's &llegtd ,igf I . .. . ... . Prof. W. H. Pickering's allegad 'ti covery of snow on the moon is poet. tively asserted to be all moonshine. The deaf-mutes who are doing their utmost to learn to speak evidently take no stock in the saying that si. fence is golden. Australia has accepted another American idea. The commonwealth has taken the first step toward adopt ing a decimal currency. The Indians who sold Manhattan Is land for the price of a beef stew were the first in these parts to put into practice the theory that to die rich is to die disgraced. The firing of a shot from an eight inch rifled gun costs $125; from a 16-inch gun, $827; or more than enough to pay the wages of a private soldier in the regular army for five , years.. The most familiar heading in the newspapers of the United States, at ...

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. — 7 September 1901

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT OFFilALJ OU NALOF THE PARISU. MRiS. M. E" LEAKE,.. ....Editor I UBLIAHED EVEIRY SATtRDAY. SuboMription price, per year, $1.50 Entered at the Post Office at St. Francis Ville, La., as second-class mail matter FAW'TjEDAY SEPT. 7TI, 1901 - 0- --" tl TR aap. teasUooe L Vie btties Anoldbydru at. Ii O)u of our special correspondellts dlescribes a visit nimade recently to Camp A. at Angola whichl is u.der the efficient charge of ('aplt.L. ,; r row. Th'be camp is exquisitely clani and all sanitary provisions possib!c, are made, including sterilized wz. ter.The health of convicts, was well exemplified by the fact that out of 135 in that camp only oiie was in )lospital,and all looked cOnfortalle. 'he crops are tine, cotton yielling at first picking, Sep 2, 323 lbs to the acre. The bloodhorunds, Jack 11and( Jenny. are in trim for possible escapes. Mlgr. lRhodes as well as ('apt Barrow were seen and both dispily zeal aud interest in theii" work. '"T'he Mutual iulihling and Loa...

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. — 7 September 1901

JIE TUE DTRUE IEMOCRAT Train Schedule. Paasenger train leavei Balyou Sar:n for Slaughter 530 a. in. and retlrns 7:50 p. m. ~6týed train arrives from Wood ville 9:40 a. in., leaves for Slaughter 10:10 a, in. Mixed train arrives from Slaugh. ter3:45 p. iii., leaves for Woodville 3:35 p. Im. Order of Services for the St. Fran ciaville Charge for the Year 1901. Sit. Francisville : 2nd Snndays at 11 ,'.rlock a m, 1t and 3rd Sniudays 7:3, pm Sunday sehool every Snnday at ( SO a at MWaning Star : Ist and 3rd Sundays at 1 11 o'clock a m, 2nd Snnday at 3:30o'clock pm unnday schdol It 3rd and 4th Sun. ilay at 2:30 p ln, and 2nd Sunday at 10 t o'lock a m. Tuicea : Services every 4th Sabbathl at 11 o'clock a mn. All are cordially in rited. G. P. WHI1TE. P. C. 1 Ii Notice ...... I am agent for and' can give special v rates on all newspapers, pi*riodieals and aagazines. E..1. BARROW, a Capt Brandon is putting a new at boiler in his gin. Why use ready mixed paints when you can get the Ihet mixed t...

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. — 7 September 1901

A single American firm has reutcd six teen shops in Vienna, Austria, to sell Yankee-made shoes. Loyalty to !Ils Employer. That young man who conientd to havo a portion o' his blcod ie: out to save his em p!oyer, cet a remarrkable example of heroism. The incident shows oha, power there is in good blood. 'Thera is only o'P natural way to got good blood. a:id that is from the stomn ach. If the stomach needs assistance, try Hoitetter's Stomach Bitters. This wonder ful medicine cures dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, and makes rich red blood. Railroad building, which is active in ýe-ico, will serve to break up the pro vincial system of that country. See advt. of SMITHDEAL'S BusIrNEs COLLEGE Ixest year tax was paid on 104,233,651 pounds of o:eomargarine. PorUTNAM FADE,SS DTxos do not spot, streak or giro your goods an unevenly dyed appear aace. Sold by all druggists. It has been estimated that it will re quire eighty-five men: working every day until 1941 to unearth the entire ruins ...

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. — 14 September 1901

_THE.TRE.DEMOCAT...r " "vv i~ Offlial Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. V O La . ,. O . OST FRACISYILLE, WEST F.LICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1901. NO ag TeatYC~rthe armaa o th, Tt.,. 1 T1% Gast year the farmers of the United States received $185,000,000 more for their products than in 1899. If the habit of making these colossal bequests continues, private fortunes will become more and more a public snap. An attempt to prove war impossible will never result in the abolition of war. There Is, however, a growing bellet that war is always impolitic. The convict who has been released because of his claim that he has dis coverd the lost art of hardening cop per has probably mistaken that metal for bras. SMany a woman would possibly feel discouraged did she realize that she carried from 40 to 50 miles of hair on her head and that some of them are burdened with the task of dressing over 70 miles of hair every day of their lives. An international congre...

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. — 14 September 1901

HE TRUE DEMOCRAI 1 ' ICIALJOURNAlOFTHEPARISIr. r, I'8. M. E' LEAKE,.......Editor ?UILILHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription price, per year, $1.50 Entered at the Pot Office at St. Francis vile, La., as second-class mail matter SATURDAY SEPT. 14 TII, 190I I ( W Buo b rnp.Tate Good. Use In tie. Sold b dru sta. ~·L~·~L--~Mill The President died at 2:30 thbi morning. Devout )Democrats have been praying to be spared from Teddy Roosevelt. The Columnia and not theo Cou stisation, will ran for the cup. Th'fs is not the only late instance, where the Constitution has been set aside. Classekt e forming to learn the p'ronnnciat*i·' of Czolgosz's name. An official interpreter for the United States says it is "Choil gosh." By gosh it is. If anarchists were treated pri. adrily as the insane are, that is, kept in confinement, there would be no need to treat them as criminan . Any avowmnent of anarchical princ plea should be deemed as evidence of an unsound mind and legal in terdiction and confinement ...

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. — 14 September 1901

: .,,'- rfE TRUE I)EMOCRAT Train 'Schedule. pl«asseilger train leave? Bayou ra for '4aungliter 530 a. m. and returnl 7:50 p. ii. }lixed train arrives from Wood ville 9:40 a. in., leaves for Slaughter 10:10:] a, . llixed train arrives from Slaugh. rr3:3 P. m., leaves for Woodville 3:35 p. to. "rfer of Se.rvices for the St. Fran rioville Charge for the Year 1901. St Francis~illo . 2ndl Sndlavs at 11 ,.nck ", I sr nt and 3rd Suitays 7:36 pat umnday school every Sunday at lit,1i ig tlar : 1st ani d 3rd Sulntulav at 1i n'rek n, 2n Sllunday at 3:30 o'clock pm ,,nda' sllhool 1st 3rd and 4th ,inu dm At O2:30 1 il, anid 2nd Sunday at 10 o'illck ,t nll Tnnire: Services every 4th Sabblath it l o'clock a ni. All are cordially il ri. P. WHITE, P. C. Isr nagent for and can give special ita on all naewspalprs, periodicals and igaugzines. E. J. BARROW, A dancinnu party at Pvthian Hall  on the cards for Monday night Next, The Iaost deliealtA conutitutimt can ulely iwe Ballard's Horohound Syrnp. It...

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. — 14 September 1901

An international congress is pro lected, to be held shortly at Berne, Switzerland, at which an amendment Is to be offered to the Geneva conven tion, to provide for the immunity from capture of surgeons and their attend. ants serving on the field of battle un S er the IRed Cross. Common humanity suggests its adoption. Australia has accepted another american idea. The commonwealth has taken the first step toward adopt' faa decimal currency. e Itallrlrl to Iro. salt bIke, The plan of the Central Pacific rail road to cut oft 107 miles by crossing Grirt Salt lIke involves a great en gineering problem. The lake has to ice crossed at a point whrec it is thirty two miles wide, trestle work being necessitated for the whole distance, except two miles across the rocky promontory point. Th3 view afforded passengers over the new route will be novel and picturesque. Cremation of the (lead has been the cus tom in Japan for 1200 years. Religion Losing Ground. The country is bccoming agitated over t...

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. — 21 September 1901

TrE TRUE DEMOCR Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board. VOL. X. VOLST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1901. NO 39. t ... len +la ,aa~ n f ate NOý _ 9 S i less than. twenty-four of oun gtates and twdo o our Territories are now Iron-ore producers. r London is to ie electrified under ground with true Yankee electricity as a motive power. Gog and Magog will be all agog. * The War Department, at Washing. ton, has just ihired twenty-three dentists, and it is safe to say that each of:them had a pull or he wouldn't have scured his job. - I It will surprise people to learn that Scotland has the largest number of liminals in the United Kingdom. Last year 1386 persons were convicted in the court for every 100,000 of the population. In England the ratio was ally 581 and In Ireland 839. " *W5e are now," said Secretary of 4griculture Wilson the other day, "succeeding admirably in the produc tion of tea in the United States. It is only a...

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. — 21 September 1901

AT ... 'ARISH. A.AKE,....... Editor FUBLIUHED EVERY eATURDAY. subscription price, per year, $1.50 Enterod at the Post Ofllet at St. Francis Sille, La., as second-dca~s nil matter BATIJU)tAY SEPT. 21 cT, lOot est Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. in time. old by dru .ll. 0 " Dr. Jhn o cb Ou Bip1ed. Senator Emerson Thomp son Shot Him. CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE. Wilson, La., Sept. 18.-Dl)r. Jno. C. McKowen of Clinton was .shot and killed by State Senator iR. E. Thomplson on the Wilson and Clin ton road, about four miles floun Wilson tc-day. Mr, Thompson w. a on horseback going to Clinton, and passed a Luggy going in the same direction with top and curtains raised. As he passed he asked if the occupant was Dr. McKowen. WithloutrespondingMcKowen open. ed fire on him. Thompson immine diately drew his revolver, which was in his saddle pockets, and re. trned the fire, one ball striking I)r. McKowen on the right knuckle, wvhich disabled him. The second struck him below the chin and af terwards proved fa...

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