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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 21 September 1901

Ir I'E DEWOCRAT T'iain hlitedle. paenItger trail leave) Bayou irafor Slaugllter 5 30 a. n. and ru 7:50 p. In. )Mixed train arrives from Wood. ailieg I. ai., leaves for Slaughter U10 a m. lizetd train arrives from Slaugh Sp. u., letves for Woodville 5 1. mn. _---. er of Service- for the St. Frsan ville Charge for the Year 1901. ,yneisvile . 2nd Sunday' at II -k s 1m. 14t and 3rd Sulnayi 7:30 Slnda3 y school every Sunday at - III --1i"g Star : 1st and 3rd Sundays at Sllsck a, in, 2nd nnllday at ::30 o'clock - d-i'eln 5-" 'Is ol Ist 3rd and 4th Sun ,at2:30 p wu land 2nid Sun lay at 10 illl : ervices every 4th Sabbath lddiock a in. All are cordially in G. P. W 1HITE, P. C. - ee...... -i sgent for and can give special 1a.ll nlewspapers, periodicals and 1E.. .,. RARROW, S_.--------- pBare scarce alt 30 cte a dozen. Ml st delicate constitution can Ics Iallard's Horehound ;SyrtIp. i I nare and, pleasant remedy for 4 hs of voice. and all throatl and Itoubles. Price 25 and 50 cta. Ctoon eem...

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. — 21 September 1901

ROOSEVELT' TAKES THE OAThI Impressive and Affectiig Ceremony in th. Wilcox Home at Buffalo Saturday Afternoon. M'KINLEY'S POLICY New President, Solemnly Swears to Carry Out the Policy of His Predecessor. Buffalo, N. Y. -Theodore Roose Welt, who was tragically elevated to the chief magistracy of th American republic by the death of President McKinley,entered this city: of mourn ing Saturday evening after a remark able and perilous journey from the heart of the north woods. He had been president under the consitution since the minute the martyred presi dent ceased to live. All the duties and powers of the officeo had devolved upon him but lhe was as powerless as the humblest citizen to exercise one of them until he had complied with the constitutional provision requiring him to take an oath to sripport and defend the constitution and laws of the United States. He took that oath at 3-30 Saturday afternoon in the li brary of the residence of Ausley Wil cox, a personal friend. !There we...

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. — 28 September 1901

r r l-l I ' ........ Official Jounal of the Parish :of West Feliolana and 8ohool Board. SVOL. Xe ST. FRANCISVLLLE WEST LICIANA H, LA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1901. e •NO 40 STalk about sending coal to New fige! American milliners are now gporting their goods to Paris It is estimated that the cost of e in the United States amounts $5.50 per capita of the population sI~urance actuaries agree that the etancy of life is,on the increase. course, the next move will be to the people pay for it. Usale Sam has certainly "spread " when 20,000 miles is the short. route by which he can tow a dry* from one of his island ports to dirigible balloon has been in by a Bratilian living in France. Jea what benefactor of the race will est an automobile which will al p be safely and securely dirigible? Bman Francisco doctor has been t by the French Academy of " for the discovery of a new f This is wrong. Doctors who i ver new diseases should not be ed. There are enough diub now. l Memphis Commercial-App...

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. — 28 September 1901

A11 PS. 1JI. il LEAI: I: *E....... ditor J:Ii4Irrd 1 ;;t I I'wst On ic. :t1 St . lI It'a is ei1(, a. :; :, Wl-las ]:ai m ttf; SA'li U1:1 .\Y SI''. _;,s S'1, I' 9u iE11; Nh ILLý ý ELSE FAIS S :i l y i rn n girty.ILS aatý.ý wr~tira "" r -i wý.ýa hrc sniý-s, ýa. .a O 'T~i:.F?ýr"1. ~iRFX.ý fu..=ýv -ýýº In I,emoria m, ]I:,I! "l icii;tila Lod-c gNo 1 F. & ,l . ' ., el' t. 11lt h, 1 1). At a liceti, of It his Lodage (lthe f(ill'l; in:i :irei(; ItI lloIs wer', e atr optod: 01' .,iv, tweo vhihl , life hAc rs like a 'Twi: t oight and rlur) plon t]he horizon's how liitle d. we ka.w that which we 'oIlay we are, to-niorrow we are not. 'tihe eternal s'i'i o (O)f tinge and tide rolls on, and bear1s (,nir inllhhhs; as ithe old h i'st. new l.shed firom the fia:n of ages, while the Of emlai,.s heave i bu like some passing \l'hereas, \e Ihave heard \ ith profonild grief and s~Irr'1w of the 1h,:Lth, at the 11]111dsof :in asassin, (of o(u (listin gisheod blrot!ler, \V111. , ,e'Ki!ley, l'irsident ...

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. — 28 September 1901

jill T] u"li: J)EMI() , 'Aj" T''rain Schednle. art fir !: ,h .r ,' . .n: . i, I r e t ll r ht ": ,ý I) . t , t!ixes, train ai'rivcs from W ,))(d 9ile;:40 a. tn., leav:ls 1f"' lnug"her 10:10 a, in. 3lixi trrailn flt('rives from S ., te, 3:3-ý5 I l, l, e;Ies for W oodville 1:35 1. l.. Orter of Sf,'r.'ic.si folr tl, St. Fl"ran lo a 1 ! ,ath , k Stir : lt :Iana ilrd fnllh dys t:v at o Snllda' ! .l Iti 3rn and -lith S n 'cloel an.. T,,ir.:e : `'tervices every tlth ,nh oath pllI,'cloc'k a ((t. All 'rle (ordlally in G. P. W iiTF, P. C. Notice...... IAin agent for and can giv'e special lteis on all , tw spaph , er. iteroltcal.s anti E. J. IBtlAROV, 'lT'here as i all il'ir i of lire at l[orgpn's ;ih0onl1, Friday inorilihlg. Nitlliii seriouiS. Miss 11. E. lowI , wil have her lqlifg of pattern ];hats -(cl, 3rd. Te most dlii.itt cI ti tiii ilh n I'll aely Iuse l2all2ari':s ]ltirehoi2lNl .IiNlh !. 1t ih a nare wildl pleasati remltndS for eungill, liss of 'voice. anld all Iltroa and lalg trou...

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. — 28 September 1901

A FRANCO-RUSSIAN ALLIANCE! The Heads of the Two Great Governments Exchange Farewell Felicitations. LOUBET'S SPEECH Contains What is Regarded as a Pointed Reference to South African Affairs. Bethany, France.-The Czar and Czarina and President Loubet have completed a review of 140,000 troops on the plain of Betheny The maroh lasted from 10:45 a. m. till 1:10 p. m., terminating in a magnificent charge of 20,000 cavalry. The speo. taole was very imposing as the infan try went by 150 files deep with fixed bayonets. In his speech at the luncheon whioh followed the review President Lonbet areated somewhat of a sensation by saying: "The Franoo.Russian allianne is pledged to settlements inspired by justice and humanity." Whether rightly or otherwise, some 1 of his hearers took the remark to re- I fer to affairs in South Africa. The full text of M. Loubet's speech is as follows: "Sire-In thanking your majesty I and hsr majesty, the empress, in the name of the French republic for hav- I ing b...

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. — 5 October 1901

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT Official Jounal of the Parish of West Fellolana and School Board. ------VOL. X ST. FRANCSYILE. WEST FLCNA PARISH, L., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1901. NO 41. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST F.LICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1901 NO 41 100-00------- I's surprising how few bicycling ac. ents one h.ears of since autos be. e so common. S'ew Jersey woman dislocated her . saying "goo-goo" to her baby. is a terrible warning to people let the )abl)y-talk habit run away them. of course the men who failed to get s in the Government land distrl on are more or less inclined to re the arrangement as a wicked lot device. Some Idea of th expan:lion of the iway industry of the country may gained from the fact that the num of tons of frieght hauled one mile ased from 90,323,360.278 In the ending June 30, 1SI0, to 141,599, ,o in the year ending June 30, It is reported as evidence of the gnaation of trade in Southern Rus aarat seventy per cent. of all the in strial works of the gre...

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. — 5 October 1901

¶'111: THV' I)IEMOCRAT l)1FICI'AI..1ort'1:NAT.º1y 'TIlE IPARltU1. .3111's. 1. U:. LE':AK:,....... Editor "lllscscri'ti tiol price. per year,, 8.it Ji.1 6-it at the I'(J~t Otiij4+ at St. IYlalciM %;11e, L.a., as seconld-(lass mail Ihat tel NATItJRI )A Y O( T'I. -5i' TI, 1901 Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Ouad. Use in time. Hold by drugllgists. Police Jlury P'roceedings. St. Francisville, La. Oct. 2, 1901, The P'olice .1try was Convened in regulaF session, .. l,. Lavergute, 1president and the followi ii memi. lrs p1resent. 1. Lo Ifton, C WV Siiilntiois, S C Stirling, W I: 'harles, .1 1) Sadden, .1 no be Sassier N 11 ltarro v, F () Ilamnilton. Minutits of last lneetieng nwere read and adopted. loved and carried that the adol, lion of t he minutes of last meeting be reconsidered. It was then moved that the miin uites be corrected to read 0 mills instead oif 8 for this fiscal year. 11 Lofton, yes; C \V Simmons, no; S C Stirling, yes; C F Ilowell, abl sent; W It Pliares, yes; J 1) Sad lden, no...

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. — 5 October 1901

fJ1 1 .i 1iA 14)EIOCICAT 'J'rIl rhl.,dulle. Ji :ller trail1 leave'' Tlvoi qgr8 for laighiter ,530 a. .7. ant letirll :;d1 p. nl. 31ixed train arrives from Wood. il9e:40 a. m., leav:es for Shuglhtei 1010 a In. alizxd train ar.itves f'rom Slaugh. tr3:..t5 t. ., h'It-:m s for 'W\oodvill, . 35 I. lU . Orier of Ser:'iceP for the St. F':ran. divilk Cl'rgt for the Year 1901. t. Frne'ricisill . 21ld SnIndlays nt 11 S'lock H in Ivt anid rdA Smnlta ls 7:3f s~I i11;y ho('rlIO te'Vtqery Snu[daly at g Star : 1st ni 3rd Si n da'v at ni - k a m il  i [n l:ty ai t 3":3o ' c lotk T__ t I i aV rH .liI 1^+t 4314 a titI lih tlu. Hut xi30 fito a ml 2nd Smll lagi at I C ial i F... . T. A . oick a n.. Tnli,: : .ervicts e 'i'ry 4th Sahhath tillo'cllock a In. All :ire e'or'1.,lly il-. ritl G. P. «V I;TE. P. C. otirce...... . lmnagen.t f'. antd can give special =- n ,all ntwpalP 'r, ]p'riodicalS and -s'ner"l. E. T. BARROW, 3liaa .  :. To\wni, will have bher oning of 1pattern' hats Oct, 3rd, n ltte oi...

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. — 5 October 1901

Norwegian fishery commissioners have been measuring the salmon's leap by means of standards erected below waterfalls. They have found that the fish can leap to a height of twenty feet. End of the Boer War. The Eoer war,whlch has been raging for the past two years, will soon be ended, according to the latest advicos. Newe of peace will be hailed with joy by all. War is a terrible thing and has slain many people, but we believe stomach troubles have slain even more. When the stomach is out of order, and you suffer from dyspepsia, Indlgestio;:, latulincy, tick headache or constipation, we would urge you to try Hostetter's Stom:.ch ,litters. It will cure you. If you can reach a mnu'.s hei:: .;: ugh his stomach it is equailv truc Ii,.i you can reach his pooketbcok ti., oigh flattery. Each package of PerAsI FADIer.r s DYE Q4lore either Silk, Wool or Cotton rerfcctly at one boiling. Sold by all druggists. The follow who laughis and crn w fat usually finds that the laugh is turned on him...

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. — 12 October 1901

* VOL. X. . ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 1901 NO 42 I* * ,uranmary would be morn 5 nos., a - - - --- -- -- -- . ...... * * ** * * * *** ***** ** - -****---- - - - * * - *** = = .... .... . .. ...- .... .......... ..... ....... gusslan diplomacy, would be more tiy symbolizcd by the image of a as than of a bear. Of the five great gold-producing es, Russia alone remains unpro sive, while the United States and ,ada have doubled their product in he last 20 years. Maybe Dr. Koclh's announcement $ t tuberculosis cannot b)e contract $ by humans from animals will aid n the rehabilitation of American geat products in Germany. 'he warden of the Kansas peniten sr has discovered that prison life Sbard on the better class of women. The discovery ought to serve as an hdncement to t1iem to keep out, No statistics can do justice to the yield, monetary value or dietetic forth of the American apple. As the tawberrY is the best berry so the ,ple is the best fruit k...

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. — 12 October 1901

THlE TRUE DEMOCRAT DullS. I11. 1. ILEAKI: *.... .EdIitor II;IHLIIH ED EV1 1 Y SATURDAY. J iiteretl at the IPost Oflicua:i I t. Fr:i sicin cille, 1.1l., as serondl-clai-; s wail ma:tterr fiTLD Y . 121'11, 1901. -· AES WHER L A LSE FAILS. Beat ough Syrup. Tawtes G04d. Use in time. S.ld by druggirts. Nothing less t han a t I0,000 I school huil(ding should be thoughti of, for this place. The sick mani of the east will not only be sick but (lea(l, if Uncle' am (gets after lhit itn earnest. tr:ingre, if a Stone should bring own th(lie Crescent of the Orient. Whoever else many h. complain - ing of the textblooks used in the public schools of Louisiana, the parents who must pay for the books :Ire not doing any 'kicking." -1 That tired explression on Schley's face was not caused by the battle of Santiago, but the war of words at Washington. The Baton Roung ,Advocate in timates thut Judge Chas. Klilbourne Ias suHc(:umed to the charmins of ai l1ississippi lady.'l'Thns it is,the strong est weak...

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. — 12 October 1901

I iE , I)iD10 CRAT Tra·in Selicdrle. ?saeIfrer tr'a In lave? Bnyou giroi for ýhliigli1Pr ->)',0 a. ,n. and ntnrlis i:'º) p. In. d;iced triai airriv'e from ~lod_ rifle 9:40 at. In., leaves for Shiugtilttet ~l100 t n. /iTP~1 tr:ai'n n ari'i es from Sloiugi. er3:35 ,. ll., leives for l'\ootivllle 3 3;i 1;, "'' Olrer t~f Scr it'PM for I li( St. Franl. risville Cli1IrW: for the Year 19)01. Pt.rnncii"`'l 2nd Sundays at. 11d 3r 'ntII I"",1 1º. schocol t·\rv Snntlay atli t4.lu ir St:ir 1i and 3r d tjuvs at 1 n'eloet l is in, 2nd midiul:, v t 3:130 o'cilock ?in of :30l, nº, land 12nd S unaily ltt 10 .'nck a n+. T1iliki: ' ervieti every 4th Sabblath ,thl o'clock ant. Al lire cordn113'11 iii Tite"l. C. P. WHITlE. P. C. 0 1*tlce ··· lam agent for andi cnn give spccial E. J. IIAIROW, ,1,~thtr iio tl, tit'! Wokx off the Cnoil (SlsllrR Itt .lod (IIIto I II' ;;Il11t) etirex *ln tlo oit' ha. No ''a, ne o pa( Ily. 'rice Rev. MrI White is iii New Orleans tvo weel;. wHITF'S CREAM VER\ITFT'(4E is a 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. — 12 October 1901

Queea Never Discarded Old Nethe. The sorting and arranging of the personal effeots of the late Queen Victoria was a tremendous task, says a London correspondent. One pecu liarity of her majesty was never to discard any dress, mantle, hat or bon net which she had ever worn, and her wardrobe might well have been con sidered the most complete record of the fashion of the last 60 years in ex istence. Another fancy of Queen Vic toria was to have everything in dupli cate; two hats, two cloaks, etc., were always ordered. Her majesty had a wonderful collection of lace, but this is not to be compared with the collee tion of the Queen Dowager of Italy, said to be the best in the wirld. Short-Lived Insects. The life of a perfect insect is usually very brief. Of all the myraida of but terflies and moths, bees and wasps, files and beetles, which make up one of the most marked features of thdI summer, the vast majority will die be, 1 fore the season is over. A mere hand ful will survive into next...

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. — 19 October 1901

THE TRUE DEMC R Offleial Jounal of the Parish.of West Felioiana and School Board. I X. ST. FRAN(IYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1901. NO 43. UANTEPEC .RAILWAY. b Comunlestion Be. tie snd pacific Oceans. eth century will be the cempletion of scarcely atble undertaking than pe c0 railway, by which will be established be satic and Pacific oeallns. the aid of this railway, Sriage of 2,000,000 tons lc If the succ'ss an experts be attained, it O extremely practical the solving of one of the t problems commercial s. Many have sought the task, and as many e been advatnced. One ble of these was that plate Mr. Ends, who de eroment to undertake a ng a track upon which ers, and sailing ships 8 which separ al ports. Coatzaco Cr0z. aontractors who have with the work by the ment took hold, in l simply the skeleton of upon. They had. no fa wooden bridges to structures of iron, steel Sgtthe heavy work lay ~oion of the terminal I barbors of Coatzacolos tar The Atlantic port,...

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. — 19 October 1901

TIlE TRUE DE31MOCRAT OFFI)'C A.I lot AI.NALOF'TiE PARISH. 1MRS. i1. I. LI:AKli , ....... litoir Pt'BI.'IIED I ;VENI;Y SATURIDAY. -.bscriiption price, per year, $1.51() Entered at the Post Ollice :it St. Frm:cis illoh, La., : sC.conid-clasc mail matter BATURI)AY OC)T'. 19Y'1, 19101 tS H ALL AL Best (,ugh Syrup. Tastes Good. Use In time. Sold by druni t. 'The Growl Ii f the I ligh Schoo! Spirit. Louisian:a, which f rmnerly oc cupied a low grade in thel status of ts public schools, will when the next ceazsns is taken, show astonish ing progress; so fast is the high school spirit growing amid all classes of society and in all sectlions of the state. All tle ownsll of note within her iorders have either been provided with such schIools, splen didly housed and equipped, or they are making ready to supply thetm selves early in the tfunre. Baton Rouge, Shreveport, onrDore, Lake Charles, New lberia, these and others have made strenous efforts to put their schools in the front line and have ...

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. — 19 October 1901

e. i i fur m St.l,'ri t Sille Charge for the Y ear 1901. ranecisville . 2nd Sndays at II ks m, l1t arid 3rd Svrltnays 7:31 C .k .lit. } | vry s.lliai y Iat a 'otn Star: 1st and 3rd Snidays at S ,el i 21(1d '' v ,, .$:  ,lock S9:3 1 , i, anld 2nd. Suitd:iy it 10 ,sie ,ºervites rv'r 4th ba3h)batth Oi '.'i.k ",t. Arll .re , ordially in G. P. W rIl'E, P. C. Ieo aegt for and can give special on all ,ewsp5l1ars, p1riodlneld aIndI ss' E..T. HARROW, the tcongl a,4nd Wrks off the Cold 0st t3jllt4o t 3tIte Tb I Ilets ClIreO aid tuo la th*3.. "No Lie, no pty. Price ------- -IE'S CREAH VElRllFUGE is a ,l vuhiiablh' ],r'loIratio:l, capable, the pronLptness of its action, of ring the systeml ll t te.. hI iIlre of wornn. Price 25 cts by L. P Kil arve your Ime;tsure taken at ,Mann's for clothing. Fit ranteed. 1hl.nds of the most lug cases of piles hlue been Sby 'I'ABILE'( IIUCKEYE PILE lT. It never tails to 'nre. M 5 cls. ill bottles tIulen i5 ete. ., Kilbuw rne. J line of notion and dress i...

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. — 19 October 1901

It may seem strange, but drummers never beat their way. tAmerica Leads. In eonlequar.cs of the great demand for cot ton goods, the tnitzd States consumed more raw cotton than firrr.t Brita!n, which has al ways herd sunrn:macy in this industry, just as Iloatetter's Stomach Biters his been the but family medicine, and which has retained its prestige for over fifty years. To-day the Bit ters is used in almost eoery home. It cures dyspepsia, indigesilon, constipation and bil iousnoess, alo .ucrifes the blood, calms the nerves, and itid(:s up the e:tirc system. S Some peop'.c who tri lo b fo.y only succeed in rm:akuing gees: .: ;c,.veq. PuT.AM "cA'-,Ei,SS Dlre9 ,:o :. . to sun* light, washing and rubbir; ,!o b." :u!: drug gists. The onl7 pcople who keep deories for any length of time are the p)eop. who keep them for sale. Janan exported more than $1,000.000 worth of lacquer wares last year. STATE o0 Oino, CITI o TOL.EDO, LucAs CoUTTr. + FRANK J. C,E: roakes oath that he is the senior ...

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. — 26 October 1901

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT Official Jounal of the Parish of West Felilciana and School Board. VOL. X. ST - WE VOL. X. ST. FRANCISYVILE, WEST FILICIANA PABISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1901. NO 4. S- ihc' Tr E llhliln na . . m- m m m mm m Among Glago'v s municipal instl tutiors are v:ah lhoi;c'3, where house. Fives ge~ t!,' a:-o of a washing stall and clean appliances as well as of a drying stove, all for four cents an oour. Arericans do; not monopolize the practice of keeping the courts busy. It is p:lblishrd that in 1E99 there were more than 1,125.(00 actions started in England, making litigants of over 4 percent of the population. The New York World says that we an smile at British jealousy of Amer ican trade triumphs, but when John Ball intimates that American ladies can't dance he'd better look out. There is such a thing as going too far. Dr. Mary Wooley, president of Mt. Holyoke college, says that "gentle onman" should be a synonym of t'col lege woman," anl adds that "the sac rifice o...

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. — 26 October 1901

THEI±, TRUE I)EM; IOICRAT MRCS. Ill. Ill. LE:\I:....Itio i'_ I1 TE P SATURIA. 1} itbscriptiun 1 IIVP"!, 'f1" ~em., I .50 J.IItrer(d at Ithe Is (1w ,( Oice at St. Fran-in 1 ille, LM., ani seioiiiI-clatej mii l mait ter AI L' )A _('I._ '1' 1 190 GUNE W I A lL ELE FAILS. Hest Cough Syrup. Trastee (iK'd. Dle in time. bold by dru r f!. WIlY NOT )DO IT'. It is generFlly ai^reed here that 0 ImlOlre Wort'y ,iilistler of tlie I:ospel has e\ver lcii stent byK tll Mlethodist Conferelnc e to t0ir: work than Rev. G. I' White. ('oimbiniiug wvitlh a ilami,.lcess iife aid conver sation, niuch .iarieIsti(nes and energy. he has greatly tiile:detled liniself to hii u iin charge; anrti re reives respect :iandl iregard from the entire conlnnolnity. The fact, tllhat :recordinlg to hi elis ihurcht cuitoln, tlhi iS his last vesr lIhelr is relgiret ted by all. hli.s great desirel has 'eeni t'o leave the nlew clthreli, whichi wa built through his efforts, flree f all dteb)t, ),nt his ow n health hlis prev...

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