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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 September 1900

; `b ý#t R#!s i nto tie 1! aHs Htes .aood be secured `.itb .l # l the Intma ra s--' t .1ap asits of the Suaset gte ,i , nadea Immigration Auest John Howard, has lhsned a ci hstr calling upon all persons lhav i3 land for sale to forward to -headqwta-trs at Houston a list arf the leads with description of Il-ca tia and improvements. 'he cir cular, which is signed by Passenger Traffli- Manager S. F. B. Morse, amnd Immagration Agent Jitbh Howard, sets forth that lands with out perfect title are not wanted; also that commisslaos are not re ceived on sale of lands; and it " furiherinore sa gsts that prices quoted be adhered to for a reason able length of time. The object of this move of the Sunset-Central Lines is to bring land sellers in touch with people desiring to lo cate in Texas, and is but another lever which will work to the up building of thia great State. It is urgently desired that all per sons having land for sale communi cate at once with Immigration Agent John Howard, at Ho...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 September 1900

:y. i e tsi at aeu. is a g ist dses ce in h of thi e product, and 1 -t le . f o wesole comm ityh e is a citis etoally wiand Under State so bthe employe is a st at 2 hIoercial who works fro for the whole commui sty, be is a citizen equally with m. e ofcer. Under Sthe employe is a atrvmt * :wotiang for ma who star d waigmig promotion that shall put olutatheitrgrade-. - By an its traditios the Demo e.'tic party is pledged to the main -wee of the American system -of e ylgtdual enterprise as far as pg -he.. The ideal of its founders Ets a state of society in which every should l ie own- master. 1 But due regard must be paid to the cosnse of social development. The tendency toward the concentration of industries in many directions eanot be and ought utot to be re sisted. Where an industry has passed beyond the stage in which competitive, go-as-you-please man " agement can secure the best results a*r the public, it ought to be or ganized under a single control. But in that case, as a ru...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 September 1900

. , •I• • iN LN LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. N " . , OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN Of LAPAYETTE. ... VO. M VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900. NUMBER 28. ni i • I e n - P s i-e a - - • m i i i m l . i . i l . • M l il il ' I l M 'm L'. 96 W0. RmTHUa aoa-r. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, es eral Merchants. Fanwx E. DAvis, - Manager. S oFr cash. Only owa Quality--the ssaT, -of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. ROW ABOUT SHOES? If you need a pair, come to us. We can surely please you in "CLOVER BRAND" SHOES. We an_ fit you feet and your pocket-book perfectly. YOU WOULD WAIT ALL DAY ' to get a bite at the end of your fishinsg brie, but you don't want to 1 " wait a minute when you are looking for a Fall suit; don't have to here; plenty of people and :* large enongh stock to meet your every require- I ment and need. Ready-to-wear _ý clothing of every description for ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 September 1900

Nm-- im "ssi . •a a. ' aU aa maero oat he ite Some mohs ago a with o nsiderble asim-t 0ae tme w d 4i "Vsomr THE COtangi ble a a mtter of local terest the e a er indeu t to the o .tell us ae Son the sbject of cotton mill s.o r aice the alk's ha meeting weas i -do't thiksa anytin has beestion heawh ig a mill atp tmi Itplace wasis to bel pinase4- with considerable anima- eam So mach enthusiasm was die- yel f/- rwhtMt wi e were tespted to be- wil isu. te thtao o m oement would re- an / lt/ i sa wmetoirgr more tangible in ; 1ah a little wind-Jamminag. We a idee a committee was appointed tih : pt Tcmunicate wSith Messrs. ta ins md Harrove with a an i r io chaving these and entlem de- lo a addresses to the people of the Li t on the soubject other tton mills. ye thSine the alk's hallst meeting re don' t nthink anything hs been heard pc dppe proecteda midl It is to be m remstted that the movaldmet which S :"-stuohl a propitious beginning hlas o di permitted to reach such an a absrupt and...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 September 1900

J.~s J. poem Al gia s sh - asi* "' hsa gaens to the undis.- the -cov country. brea "Whether his journey thither was skei but one step across -an impercepti- feed ble frontier, or whether an inter- like' minable ocean, black, unfluctuating skin and voiceless, stretches between the these earthly coasts and thous. in et c visible shores-we do not know bod "Whether on that August morn- N't jag after d1.ath he saw a mire glori cess s sun, rise with unimaginable 11 plendo.r abtve a celestial horizon, ous or whbether his apathetic and uncon- hea' scions ashes still-sleep in cold obli tug vion-we do not know. nee "Whether his strong and subtle bine energier 4o'bnd instant exercise in fort oa~ther forum, whether his dexter- Pfi oms and disciplined faculties are fay aow cnnteni4gis a higher senate than 'ours, 1btmupremacy, or whether mai his powergrere dissipated and dis- the peised witt is parting breath-we oal do not knowr. wh ",Whether his passions, ambitions n and afections still sway, a...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 September 1900

SM11 Owalrs  rs; anda of eote oh me inr ms ha-e w hary outloed in the so giv So boring . - t-ot- by doeing.. I a 1iv~as. .' shon "r o t aeIt yes not '#t , valuib atn aeces tha eci e of the ptioao ias and adhis br ecep diate ste-p Lo uirdeskian da oy st diesh of demin in the of every sch ofol thate - with the twoa4lseis sn tgivre Thin atis iof a e Toule of general studies isn cand -completoped into the Joethe eercise of the wholef rot nta . oward inking as of the idea of doing in-the f ucati he Leinre this s tatssed . th the L Louisa fndt Uiersity. This was followpssed the Tulane Manual Trainingd which has devel toped into thei p;fito t t Sh Leislape of the bt een the ior and pIctic 4.i. titate' at Ruston, La. And ' .:s lr act in r wasd doig-ipassed Southwester Louisiana Io colnduseg institute now being orgsnized x fe Epacic htioa of this idensti .-led otr higher educttion, X te two industrial schools -p s presenthe panmple econdf the betweend theory and prctice of- tie a tensio...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 15 September 1900

YF 771z' rs `-T ýt"- y ':r; A% ) L ' y ý, , "!y ", _ .% q i ` , , ·i ···- ; ; . TH E LA FAYETTEiyr .'r"..R . LEGAZETTE. _ ]PAY TT -., :. ,. m..xurtg ·mnm w'rvlx,, c~uscm, o . O-OW3OIAL JOURNAL OF TEN PARISE AND TOWN 01 LAFAYNTIN. oil SS0 T. :, tIII TAFAYQ TTE , LOUISANA., SATURtDAY, SPTEMBER 15 1900. NUMBER Ram ". .r THf m . " '(First-class prescription service) ,CO, Moss Pharmacy, Geesal Merchants.- FairN. E. DAvIs, - Manager. lm- ~Only oms Quality-the 33at, S -of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent p to Stoew,)a and proprietary medicines. SABOUT - SHOES? T If you need a pair, come to us. We can s surely please you in t "CLOVEIR BRAND" SHOES. We can fit you feet and your pocket-book perfectly. a IC YOU WOULD WAIT ALL DAY to get a bite at the end of your fishing line, but you don't want to s " wait a minute when you are looking a for a Fall suit; don't have to here; t plenty of people and : large enongh g stock to meet your every require- t ment and need...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 15 September 1900

·ta 'is at mee ,s, "sayervie in the ce tisi aoet and NwinOa-l mli dVt de : mh ,ld ose aerie dtiom held I i sol .t Mndayr ow-e- Po o tlmberican. The Des- LI w aU met in LaDyette on the a Sthils month and omel in rllo a firowd naominate Coagressman b hdes service ia the tb. :-aE Csigress seems eminently is to alarge majority of di e of .the disltrict. There Is ,b t that the Demoerats willt ;this district next November, Is ;t the' leaders in the dierent par- c6 od do all in their power to b r Broumard his usual hand- o ma oety. We understand ae 'i L W aim b n se is as strong a s as the Republicans could o i athe, pr but as the district is b i$ ly SDemocratic the piersoul b " ai: ityK of the Republican cat , will not coeunt for much. 1.third is one of the districts P ;- ii4irm- has promised to the A hU~ p o-R 0uMblicates for having t ga*at the Lily Whites at Philadel Sj-i. huobt no one who knows the - ogoerot attaches any importance 1 s t-is political promises. ( pesr tiseen aeodhe...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 15 September 1900

Drug C We hath said. Our poets steal from Homer. Our story-dressers do as much; he that comes last 1is commonly best.-Robert Burton. Thousands suffer with torpid liver, prodaurng great depre-soin of spiris, indigestion, constipation, headache, etc. Herbiue will stim ulate the liver, keep the bowels regular, and restore a healthful boo an.ry of spirits. Price, So cents. For sale by Latayette Drug "What's in a name?" the poet asks.. I'll tell you in a minute; If Russian, there is sure to be Most every letter in it. White's Cream Vermifuge is es sentially the tonic. It im proves the .di stitcra and assimila tion of to streuithening dte rervous syst and uestonng them to the health, tgtar and- elasticity of - spirits natural to childhood. Price, sS cents. For sale by La fayette Drug Co. Revenge as a kind of wild justice, which the more man's nature runs . to the more ought law weed it out - Francis Bacon. Ta'ke life as it comes, and make the most of all circumstances, but for a bad cough...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 15 September 1900

*at t tl t St d of o R9Caoer 4u the p €lc than to labor and asidrtsly fior the hf _thit end. These nth tbe, approbaston of y tfellw-sehool directors I hed occasion to express i hidvar of the selection of t of the Board. L~uit action of the Board on the question of the of public educa sed a fair criterion for the attitude of the Indi penmabers of the Board with to the policy to be pursued ° ytBoard In the management of :'? educational interests of the. par  "and it was owing to the marked aon of sentiment that developed a the other meembers and my is asf to what qualities constituted a aggressive and capable superin Wnadest that I determined to sever _V conneection with the Board. 6y My action was based upon the Sbelief -that I would compromise p.` rinciple by participating in the administration of the public schools 1 +my views were not in harmony with the views of at least a majority SiF.be directors, on a measure that supplied the only enduring founda nr noan for the establishm...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 22 September 1900

AT, ATHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE 01 " AR ' M PHONEU OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLM .VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. . NUMBER . . a·meac. RAnt a soNNET. iOSS o., General Merch ts. B Io Fot cash. (One Price Sto e.) I 4p4 (First-class prescription service) Moss Pharmacy, FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. Only ONE Quality-the BEST, of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent and proprietary medicines. HOW ABOUT SHOES? " If you need a pair, come to us. We can surely please you in "CLOVER BRAND" SHOES. We can fit you feet and your pocket-book perfectly. I n ":1> YOU WOULI) WAIT ALL DAY " " "f " to get a bite at tier end of your fishing line, but you don't want to wait a minute when .vou are looking for a Fall suit; don't have to here; plenty of people and . large enongh stock to meet your every require ment and need. Ready-to-wear - clothing of every description for eyery size of man and boy. Also suits made to order. Fit guaran t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 22 September 1900

OFK. A t90 ,. ast Fý s n Saw i5. " o sina, Secretary. TE VETERANS' aof sech moth, at cot-. " XTHT DISTRICT. .l tD lovely in the Demo . i the sixth district. The ¢R coIpvestion recently M BOato o Rouge resulted in a Santi-Robertson delegates i and holding a separate and making a nomination disoIautlan to Congressman Rob n. The seceders were led by e"m LaIwrasoa, an eminently re ict member of the Louisiana m.eoamey,, who made a statemeat eatstg forth the cause of, the dis a action. When men like Judge La irason, Judge Coco, Mr. Dubus i,'n and others of undoubted fealty to the party, decide to withdraw from a Democratic , convention, their withdrawal may be accepted as a pretty! reliable indication that they have been denied fair treat -met. Some nmonths ago The Ga zette referred to the 'intolerance betrayed in the Democratic conven tions held in Louisiana in recent years. Coupled with this intbler ance one could not fail to see the maileadhand of a subtle power which strove to suppr...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 22 September 1900

Oli e .a am auw. slav .. 4 , I, thnr atn't no trsngsr tied tew yen, I reckon," replied the old man. -"But heow dew yeu calker late tew make it?" "Why, with my wits, of cnurse," replied the knowing youth. "Wall, uv course yen kin dew as vou please," said the horny landed ' son Of toil, "but ef yeu take my advice yeu won't try it." ",Why not, dad?" i queried the youngster. "Be':anse," answered the wise old granger, "yen'll fail for want o' capital. " The progressive nations of the world are the great food consuming nations. Good food weal digested gives strength. If you uannot di gest all you eat, you ned Kodat Dyspepsi 'Vpte. It digests what you eat. You heed not diet your self. Recontains all of the digest ants couibised with the best known tonics said eestructives. It will even digest a~l dasses of foods in a bottle. No other preparation will do this. It instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles. vor sale by Iafayette Drug Co. Next Thing to it From the Chicago Time-...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 22 September 1900

shade and walked n w mone of the tos that be knew r.asnst. wear upon her W q be sighed and said, nSly '-Peace," sad by snd uew not how or where, - p-ed awat and left him. _ o he e turn a and ahe rlaes and camerag into of the city, and he a toSauppiness with t had grown psa little less Sbe se of many disap- the lim~"nKtIs. T.aý thad gone well Shm, and he was honored anid gr lpesd but still before him, t,. iBQ y lanes and phantom of iand her laughter andithe i of her eyes lured him on. ! e-:re ho-rs, indeed whe his :w clg to" hima and his little i clamberedse on his knees, Ihe thought, again, that hge had Y3s.e HasouEppiness, but when he sti laclyoser at the presehan that Bd ose to dwell at his fireside, .Itlmed but the pale reflection of reiant being her sought, so dhe tned of haway saying: lThis is only t tment, awoutnd I must seed k far ! irf I would find Happiness." 11 and down the world he went on `his quest, and sometimes, when a facei clambered at im across a wine .glass, ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 29 September 1900

TO7 .UFMR YARD. PHONE THEAAYEE GAZETT4 (E. OFFICIAL JOUBNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. SVOLUME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,. 1900. NUMBER 31. ,; ..,,",'i' ,,,r .,PE TE LOU,,N B ,ST RDP • , , . - _.,_, :;,,, ---------- -- , m. rrT BONNArT. (First-class prescription service) iOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants. FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. BUy Only ONE Quality-the BEST, a 'n For cash. of drugs and chemicals. Very 6 complete assortment of patent (One Price Store,) and proprietary medicines. --------------------------------------------------------------- s HOW ABOUT SHOES? If you need a pair, come to us. We can surely please you in "CLOVER BRAND" SHOES. We can fit you feet and your pocket-bdok perfectly. -' *s EVC/?V'77Ne TO WCM ý - SUITS THAT SUIT the boys to a T because they are dressy and the parents immensely because of their quality and price, make up a leading department of our clothing display. Durability is most important where the...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 29 September 1900

a .."thah held in SMondays has nomi si~P . ` oussard to t.,u;tddice- oan Con y" apmio m .owSa to every - majority of the people. ibe will be elected there -is not "- 'i p.,deubt. The Republicans o` m eliatt elle that Mr. Williams -ew.asy the district, but no well V'ý ,. person will give credence "t so .ridiculous a story. Mr. Brous ask served two terms in Con W-., sad judging from the unasn Imous nomination tendered him by t-e lemoracy of the district his ee:: cil acts are endorsed by a vast majorityft his coastituents. He is thooughly identifed with every in tit of this wealthy and populous -district, and we feel sure that part of the platform which expresses com." dence In his ability and faith ain ntegrity is an honest expr ion at the popular will. Mr. Broussard is an effective speaker and very active young man and the threat from the. Republi cams of an aggressive. campaign has no terrors for him. We opine that a warm political fight is high-class sport to him and as he is ar...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 29 September 1900

the ipbu1sl, a is is a potent fagior in the seist of good house Itepigg. A h'leM ewife knows she carn ot at ado her duty if she is feeling ervous and irritable. Hat Sag beep delicate many years I have learned that an intimate, thoagh mysterious, connect ,"n sub. sists between the mind and body. They act and re-act upon each other. Saelness depresses, and to that exten induces disease. Joy uplifts, cheers, iavigorates, and acts as a tonic to the entire system. .AU women can not be beautiful, but it is woman's duty to look as well as she can, and nothing adds mote to a woman's looks than cheerful, bkt countemance. Some are nts ntut cheerful, but it can be cultsaetd I am a 'geat believer in bathing and in deep bihathings with vigor ous rubbing after bathing. Clean liness is necessary to perfect health; by simply washing or sponging with water you do not cleanse the skin Take a Turkish towel, dip one corner in warm rain water with a tablespoonful of powdered borax in it; rub hard, and ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 29 September 1900

of a 'com was dispe-sed ,wI eppoented: -P Cilmat. Jared Y. mod . M.aaom, W. W. Tior. E lairesqe Piersos. ms pefmanent or e aieOS theMa r chairman, P casmei , mitnnitted sepert which was accepted by tie con committee on perma Sbeg leave to re S delegates as the of this convention: P. A. of Calcasien as perma Ed G. Voorhies of and A. J. Brand of La p esecretaies; Felix Mouton Lafayette, sergeant at arms; E. -p. Verret of St. Mary, assistant ser ' et mat arms. * Respectfully submitted, L. P. CAULLOUET, i Chairman; Eo McCuLsous, W. W. VaNTrrzss, C. PIaRSON, J. Y. SANDERS. The. convention was declared per mameatly o rganisd and proceeded to business. A committee on resolutions to be composed of fifteen members were appo intd, one member from each parish appointed by the delegates of their respective parishes, and three members at large appointed by the chairman, as follows: Ascension, R. N. Sims; Assump tiomn, E. P. Munson; Cameron, E. Strlese; Calcasieu, A. L. Lyons; Iberia, Walter J. ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 6 October 1900

_ __- THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE -OR ANCE COIPANY. OFFICE AT MOtL- * ANY PATULA 6 SOP UaskR YARD. 'PHONE 4. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOIUME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1900. NUMBER 32. To the Public! I have already taken the necessary steps to re-stock my lumber-yard and will be prepared for business in a few days. I have several car-loads of material in transit at this time. Soliciting a full share of the public patronage, I remain, A. J. ROSS. C * That's what wA .are offering I in our elegant line of new, up - to-date DRY GOODS. e Bring along your pocket book to carry home the money i you save in buying here. Everything a bargain. Big , stock of Notions, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. SUITS THAT SUIT the boys to a 1' because they are dressy and the parents immensely because of their quality and price, make tip a leading department of our clothing display. Durability is most important where the wear is most severe, and gro...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 6 October 1900

. . s, . ._ t ppe at gied e addi at a Democratic .Proainent West daiily. an e armentsfe opposrtia their intention lihpDemoratic momi f w h Reajblieca leaders con large gains being made but, ot course, do not toa be qnoted as expressing oubt as to McKinley's elec The Democratic aominee's i.re saOg strength is rec bi the Republican man !a .re tuaraang heaven and to camg the course of the wave. Roosevelt and have utterly failed to reply o. , tnth able arguments of Bryan, HIS61sas Hl, Schurs and the great men who are leading the peaiAbs ' fight. Roosevelt's S deoa tbohEe style of exposing his esidinate vanity and Hanna's un Stacs outside the sordid occupa ties of raising a large fund, have - been notable features of the recent days of the campaign. No one has even attempted to re aly to Bryan's Ivadianapolis speech. The able Washington Post is au thority for the statement that that masterly argument is yet unan swered. Possiblythe greatest contribution to the political literature of thi...

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