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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 November 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. — 23 November 1901

The Camphor Tree. The camphor tree (Cinnamomun samphora) is an evergreen, a member of the laurel family, belonging to thi same genus as the tree whose bark fur nlshes the spice called cinnamon, an( ia related to the bay and to the sas safras of the United States. Of sym metrical proportions, it is one of the noblest objects In the forests of east. ern subtropical Asia. In its native habitat it attains gigantic dimensions notably in girth of trunk, some speci mena measuring ten to fifteen feet it diameter. It is said they have beet known to reach as much as twent3 feet, and they may he sixty to over 100 feet high, and live to a great age As a rule they rise twenty or thirty feet without limbs, and then branch out in all directions, becoming a mass of splendid and luxuriant foliage Their leaves, broadly lanceolate it form, are of a light green color smooth and shining above, and whit ish or glauctis on the under surface. Small white or greenish white flowers are borne from February 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. — 7 December 1901

Offloial Jounal Of the Parish of West Fellolana and ohool Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7,1901. NO 50. 'ti aIE INf º ,I unuu E MESSAGE esident Rooseelt to Congress. INTERESTING DOCUMENI ere Forcibly to All the Impor. Questions of the Day and Ives His Ideas as to the Best Remedies For Cotr recting Present Evils, ngton, Dec. 3.-The president annual message to congress ogress assembles this year un. shadow of a great calamity. 6th of September President Me. was shot by an anarchist while ng the Pan-American exposl Buffalo and died in that city 14th of that month. e last seven elected presidents s third who has been murdered, bare recital of this fact is t to justify grave alarm among American citizens. Moreover, instances of this, the third as tion of an American president, peculiarly sinister significance. resident Lincoln and President were killed by assassins of fortunately not ut;common in President Lincoln 'alling a to the terrible...

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 December 1901

OPFICIAL JOURNALOF THE PARISI MRS. M. . i. AKlE.......Editor PUBLIIHED EVERY SATUI'RDAY. SuL,:;ription"price, peryear, $1.50 Entered at the Post Offien at St.Francis8 Tille, La., as seeonuul ela mail matter. SATUR1IAY DEC. 71h, 1901. |. Dnt Cough yBup. Tatea Good. Use In ilm@. &old by dna rota. TOYS WANTED. The Woman's Auxiliary intends Rending boxes soon to the orphans at the Seventh Street Home and the Episcopal Home, New Orleans, and among the more useful articles: of clothing they wish to include some toys. Remembering the gen crosity which their request to out side friends met with last year to contribute toys, they again ask for donations. All so disposed are requested to contribute such toys as they may see fit, and may send same to the Rectory, where Mrs. Tucker will take them in charge. Remember that there are little boys at the first-named home, as well as girls. We know that it is unnecessary to urge liberality. To make the wishes of the ladies known is all that is ...

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 December 1901

et o 1f Stv ie l' t.. . t. " r' ita " jillt ('1it ge for the Yeatr 1101. ('t:,reivlilt 'niil Snnh iyc It I 1 "r t F 'll.(' Wt l .1 rd 11 SI:tt, i:l~ n 7:i Stl r : 1rt nrnl 3ri ,'ta ,va at ýit S l ,iy ino Il ~i t I Si nl ul 4th Bll it sut 2::I p 1:1; :1too 21l Monnuly ut 10 2i Ii l* i 1 1 'clh k 1tl it . A1 ll i n l c or ( iitti i V ill * l/ 'l0t ii) SrliI'I rdii h i l. 1. 1 11 '1 '!T . P. '. 'Train sChedlle, rRcase r train ltrairo ]94}01 ;l for aIlllter 5o30 a. .n. alli I ritrh 7:5() . In1. pied trai. . arri VeS front Slatig' :i 35 " I ., ' l avn es for W oodville %r tll.ll 1. in. ilixed train iarrives froin Wooid lile 9:40 a. I1., leaves for Slaughter I o", ,1 . I"l. elit. i llagont for toid entil give special tes  olil al lll n tew spai lr eriolid eails anld gaisuliCe. ..T. IIARIIOW, .'iredl illn {'vi'y t vie. Orders keln for fish, ga.nie and 'vegetalles. elepllne 28-2 _J. U. Pletting.;r Agt. SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN i FOR itily i'ai;jirl by lie \erol', imonth  l t irk, 'elive'reld...

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 December 1901

LATE NEWS OF LOUISIANA The Cream of Late News of Our Own State Gleaned From Specials. ENFORCES THE LAW Twenty Thousand-Dollar Fire on Belle Rose Plantation--Sun day Law Violators Fined. SCHOOL BOARD MEETS. New Roads.--Tlie Parish School Board met here pursuant to a call issued by President Lcrio. Business of importance was transacted. In the case of Stewart, charged with murder,Judge Ulaiborne ordered his discharge, owing to lack of evi dence. SUGAR HOUSE BURNED. Napoleonville.--The sugar house of Telesfore Rodriguez, on Belle Rose plantation, eight miles above town, was completely destroyed by fire dur ing the night. It has not been used for grinding for several years, but all the implements on the plantation, as well as the cotton-seed meal and hay were stored therein. The loss is $20, 000, with no insurance. LAW VIOLATORS FINED. Shreveport.--The activity of the new chief of police has resulted in thirteen arrests among the leading sa loon men here for violating the Sun day law on...

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 December 1901

THEr ITRU DEMOCRAT Official Jounal othe Parish of West Felilciana and School Board. VOL. X. ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1901. NO 51. Thomas Upton didn't N tme -'s cup. But he came nearer the nails that fasten it to can soil than any of his prede . That satisfaction cannot be to him. French economist has figured out as compared with France, the freight rates in Germany effect tl usl saving to the German indus- a of $40,0X00,000. France's great t he thinks, is more canals. t becomes of the theory that all Sre born free and equal in the of the fact that the fair-haired o n of Russia never freckle? N may play in the sun all day and a no speckling trace. The proffered h tion is that there is no yellow t in their skin. t] more cheerful conclusion has t( out of modlern biology than the II ery that. given wholesome con- V ,the human constitution tends pjrw off ancestral impurities, and pen in the life of one individual a yogress can be made in rooti...

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 December 1901

THE TIRUE DEMOCRAT OFFIC AL JOURNAL OF THE PARISI RS. M . E. LEAKE .......Editor PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subl'cription price, per year, X1.50 Entered at the Post Office at St.Francis ville, La:., as eccnd-class mail matter. SATURDAY DEC. 14th, 1901. Best 6,ouh yup. `ates 4 od Use In time. Sold by druggists. Have you paid your poll tax ? Christmas is less than two weeks off. Now the timid horse fears each bush a firecracker. Congressman Robertson is doing good service in Washington as senior member cf the Louisiana contingent. "Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise" does not apply to turkey gobblers. Did they but know-they could fly away. The President himself showed up-to-dateness by giving the press his message il a correct and coinm plete form, leaving no opportnlity for garbling or other errors. If Southern representation'-in Congress sllhnld ever be cut down, it will he some consolation to know that the same axe will strike Massachusetts. That state has made more str...

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 December 1901

l'i ain Schteduttle. tl'riII leave? Idu; fyi 8:I S:i() cI' 11 a . Iti .Jl I~ll fl"ji"lRf V nS ilofli 1er0 3) I' 'L. IC:I 'cs for 'IVOOdv ll1. Mlix('1i train nrii ve~t from Woo l - riiIe 9:40 11 1., 1:eavs f'or Slaflg!iter S f'or aid1 can give perial 0fr (44( Iil uI4ý*\ p1 )41'4, 1 'rjiliearil itn'i ; nr pszng .T ARW ýll·.\eli ill \" style. Ordev ,1.hI~I j*('. Plcttiiig"rt Acgt. SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR 1)1il . 1 ':r i b I he year, 11101111, wN.;rerk 41411 1,4( I4V (*:; I~ie1 441t" Iithrogh _ _eo. Retti_ "iStrlsllrCnuu( 2;, MaIndl(olinus, bjt!JIFOO11i S. A party irs O lit, given1 at PtIyihioln I nxt Fridauy niight. A IlidllH.1ne C(lock would make *1Iirlipri;tl( Ii.i'sei Zult Mae y our moioa Ul~lltortls Dir)t:; Store. TEL' jiu Irc sthl ni5s ('i is' I)ec~cci 201.11 for C(hIristmi'las, Hil i'c i*1tllhtV;d, I )erciher 3011th. j;n'4 y crideiedo" an l oti lii sea ble guolldls it "iler,'s. 'Fheki1le (Thiliatl!1l ill tiis towli 5r 1ked his ull itl14li of the late *Illfug Chi:iiig. ''lHe was ;...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 14 December 1901

ICoughed "I had a most stubborn cough for many years. It deprived me of sleep and I grew very thin. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was quickly cured." R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn. Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's cure in everydrop. Three aTis: 2k., 1ek., I1. All druggists. easalt year doctor. If he says take it, te. e as e s ays. If he tells you not j tale It, the don't take It. He knows. LAte it wth . We are willing. J. C. ATER CO., Lowell, Mass. ufset*lON TO ROOSEYVLT. ll..e. gagw Fa-"m Hew to Con &W 31e Q~mt gR f -le* At~i the Washington correspond mets an wfttag President Roosevelt's mersege for him-albeit he is still in pomsessn of his voice and can com aead the services of a typewriter. U, hoewever, Mr. Roosevelt intends W evew ee-half of the ground laid st gar him by the correspondents o...

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 December 1901

-. -4: -r ,____ Official ~~ unlIoft the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. ST. WOFRANCIS' X LICIANA PARISH LA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21 .190. - VOL X.- C ST. . ,. ,  .... ..~, . ·';,aS mali[ i m • u I By E. S. Martin T~HE bnpeaird chid so ahom hehwl.ýe ern Grougb Thir gifts, and worshlpped b His \ hwly nest Gave no gift bock it was Hsud they sought And findi ang H were gated b thek quest. Thi itnot: expectaton, but tdriefoy ezpresaed. Now~wa; the :.world's _kng >ig sstsfled 1 ýNa was the-pee to°wimeud , /bdI Thef r ghateIove, ,iraaJd -by lint at orby .1 '& it so wiht outs anaoe debe;aY , . Norhsoy'seoom peroei bve tygw.j .. ; . Nor any rassr fae~g..t ýoave ",Than broughth wise mn's giSA to Bethlehem'3 ' ,~Those ate we but that no retun afford. S 'ave the re senseof hiving found our Lord A -From carper's WeekIy. STit Ceolonels I GCijristmis Gil: a ýarbrarc l Sý tour hall: , Pemberton came to Mas sachusetts to fight In dians and to enable his descendants to, become Dames...

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 December 1901

THJ TRUX DRMOCRAT 4pJtIHWLJOVRWALOVTTK PASITs iBS. t. E. L.EAKE .......Editor niDHjJMW.KYERY SATURDAY. g+b bwiptionf"Pfl*, per year, $i.50 Euterd at the, Pet QMceat SS.Frneocs ,Ule, La., ac secrand-claa. mail mattes. 9A!UlU)AY, DEC. 21st, 1901. p. LUme. bi There is something of the spirit of an anarchist. in a man or woman who will decry his own town. Sebley will appeal agaitns the majority report of the Court of Inquiry. He needs no appeal to his coentrymen, however, who have not only vindioated him, but erowned him with eternal laurels as the Hero of Santiago. "After all, polities is the strenu ous life. Men walk in business paths, but they run for office."- aturday Evening Posat It also illustrates the attraction of politics. Men run for office but walking is good enough locomotirn tj get to business. TaL BCIENTIFIC AM ICAit as issued a superb edition to show the improvement of the navy. of the United States since the Spanish war. The young giant has made an immense stride certai...

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. — 21 December 1901

' rain Sc. hedt.'le. 'lali Lg3r trail in ave Hleyi.I ;' fr lat&gLter 00 a. .n. . an. i. SfllruS 30. ''"'n. )lixhd trailn arrivcel from Sl;aig iM :s1, ; "n., levc4 for 'Woodvlli. )lied traia arrives from Wood illot:4O . an., leaves for ltaughtet ..*.._ .~ 1 aets for sad sea give se1elat _.- l aewsp.petM, pertodie s a s': g. J. tARROW. OYSTRy. erved in every style. Orders ,k, for fish, gae uand vegetables. Teblhote 98-2 J. 0. 'lettingr Agt. .U.iCRIPTIONS TAKEN pOR Dslty t'lper by the year, month wrte kdeliverld by ralrier or thr~ugh SmVaii s preferresd. Aleu agent for auS prNui,,tirl pabiii ed. Gee. RestiR tleal l nstrt eats, Accordeona, I ur., larmonicas, Mandolins, Sitara Violins and Tamnbonriltle, Mr. Wayne Aid has moved his (rily t to town. A handuame Clock wonld make I ppropriate present. Make your ltlist aI Mumford's Drag Store. s eero to take the children to lithe mlan who wags his bead and I his eyes every minute, at L. lev'fs. ltyly eiderdown and other sin. ral, hods at ...

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 December 1901

Imees Ae Iept Cleam. Glasgow has no less th,. 315 miles ot streets to keep elean, but all ac knowledge that they are kept clean.1 The corporation employs 1,300 men to do the work-all active men, who real Iy earn their wages and are not mere loafers on the pay liut. There is also tn 800 sere farm in connection with the department. All garbage and ref,., use are classifled, and nothing.that cal be turned into soe is destroyed. Iron, tin, paper, rags, Vc., are separated. What cannot be otb.irwise utilised is made to serve as fuel a generating 890 torse power in lighting tcp city. Bas tsly Cbhrstlsa Ni'es. The Duchess of Cornwall is blesses t with a liberal assortment of Chrl'tial' names, eight in all. Should she evrent ally share the. British throne she caz select from the following: Augustine Louise, Olga, Pauline, Claudin4 ant Agnes. BA'lteoo woe. p 88,000 eeot. Teisserene de Bort, the French nero. naut, has secured the lowest tem perature mark on record-72 degre~s centigrade, or 9...

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 December 1901

T T TRIDEM C SOfficial Jounal of the Parish of West Feliolana and 8hol Board. VOL. X 1. ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FRLICIANA 1PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DEEMBER 28, i90'. NO . +, SATUDAY DECEMBE 28-1.. .. 'NEWS OF LOUISIANA Cream of Late News Gleaned From Specials. 'PRISONERS ESCAPE One, a Murderer, is Still at Large-.Standing Cane Seri OUsly injured. :.OUR PRISONERS BREAK JAIL. Qrowley.-A jail delivery occurred .'.ordy aftr 2:30 o'clock Friday Stternoon, when four prisoners cc pea from the parish bastile. The ,ien who escapcd were: Will Smith, aonviotod of murder in the first doe gree and sontecced to be hanged; otsepi Jamnes, sentenced to twenty years in the peniteniary; Louis Kitohell, charged with highway rob $ry, and Charles Lawson, oharged . gh.petit laroeny. Of the four who coaped the latter three have been Mptured, but up until 6 o'clock Fri, day evening Smith, the murderer, was still at large. The escape was made by digging a SbI through the brick wall near the Sotthwest corner of...

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 December 1901

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT OFFICIALJOURNAL OP THE PA RIS MIRS. N. E. LEAKE ....... Editor PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subc·ription price, per year, $1.50 Entered at the Post Office at St.Francis ville, La., au second-class mail matter. SATUIDI)AY, 1)EC. 28th, 1901 in time. SlI byd I 0 0 Cood-morning. have you paid your poll tax. SOUTH'S INDUSTRIAL TASK. A Plea for the Technical Train. Ing of Poor White Boys. BY RICARDnn H. EDMONDS.Ed. Manufacturers' Record. Were I asked to name the Soulh's greatest industrial task, I should without hesitation reply, "The utilization of the South's most valuable raw material." I fancy I hear the questioning comments: "What Il Has not the 8outh uncovered about all the sour ces of its raw material it possesses? Has it not during the past century furnished hundreds of millions of bales of cotton, the bhulk of the world's supply,to the people of three or four continents? Inas it not in the past twenty or twenty-five years aucevered vast beds of iron ore, in- 1 exha...

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 December 1901

T'Irain Schedule. I - passenger train leavel Bayou. sara for Slaughter u500 a. in. and retnrn1 8:30 p. ni. )lixed train arrives from Slanug Ier2:35 p. m., leaves for Woodvilk bp. D) p. m. Mixed train arrives from Wood. ville 9:40 a. mI., leaves for Sliughter f 10:10 a m. I am agent for and can give special ats o all newspapers, periodicals auo R. J. BARROW. OYST'RS. Served in every style. Orders taken for fish, game and vegetables. ' Telephoue 28-2 J. G. Plettinger Agt. SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR Daily Pa)pers by the year, month t r week, deliuretd hy LIrier or through .a PIAil**N preferred. Also agent wr asI) periudicial publilbed.Go. Rettig Walut is so nice after the play a. I - hot oyster loaf? tRemember in to eftd Plettinger your or for one. Ishlal lnstruanets, Aceordteots, maJ, Harmonicas, Mandolins, utildtrs, Violins and Tambourines, _s 3MUxFORD'" Trade brighteuned up for Christ- r A handsome Clock would make -splinplriate present. Make your t ittiuo at Mumnford's ])rug Store. 'o...

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 December 1901

.~ IN FRANCE. DI ',:;1 :,4 ave Figured with High est Moblity of the Nation. The Irish .oldiers at Fontenoy be queathed to their beloved France names which became so many syn onyms for honor and worth and fidel ity. The Lallys and the Dillons have ever since figured with the highest no blity of the nation. We find more than one Dillon raised to the dignity of an archbishop; another -Dillon, who was married to a- cousin of the future Empress Josephine, fought in America with Lafayette, and later, during the Reign of Terror in 1794, when he was commander-in-chief of the 'French army of the north, perished on the guillotine. Again we find another Irish descendant, Clarke, selected by Napoleon as his minister of war and given the title of Duke of Feltre. We find a Gulllliaume Meagher occupying one of the most prominent posts in the East Indian troubles: later still, in the early days of t'he .now spent century, we find an Abbe Maccarthy, - famous as a courted preacher of such extraordi n...

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. — 4 January 1902

Official Jounal of the Parish of, nest Felloiana and School Board. ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FLCI~ANA PARIS, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1.N 2 [ TH E ODD COR NER , f has noticed that meats, ee blet a .. . . . . . , .ete., cool soft m e. . . ., 'l . . , N O 2_w . ...... In,. . .. . '. . oo c:. llqo alll  NI .il 1 1 IIlp .. ... ...." . .. ..... .' "'' ', - , EN THE ODD CORNER )UEER AND CURIOUS THINGS AND EVENTS. !@ Water Boills When It Bobbles from the Effect of heat, Says the Unscientiflo Ierson - The Scientist Practically Comes to This Conclusion,. SOULLESS PRAYERS. , Ido not like to hear him pray On bended knee about an hour, a ror grace to spend aright the day, Wtho knows his neighbor has no t flour. .d rather see him go to mill And buy the luckless brother bread, P . tad see his children eat their fill, f And laugh beneath their humble shed. i I do not like to hear him pray, "Let blessings on the widow be," Who never seeks her home to say- t "If want o'ertakes you, come to me." !hat...

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. — 4 January 1902

THE TRUE DEBPTAT OFFICIAL JOURN TTE PARIsB MRS. M. p LEAKE .......Editor ',I:HED EVERY SATURDAY. , Subscription"priee, per year, *1.50 Entercd at the Post Office at St.Francis ville, La., a. second-class mail matter. SATURDAY, JAN. 4th, 1902 Best C oub Syrup. 'ates Good. Uo in time. Sold by druRIPts. The poorest way for a woman to catch a man is to run after him. It augurs ill for the new year reso lutions that one can't even break himself of writing 1901. A lady, who weds a judge, can not be charged with contempt of court. Few men who say life is not worth living, are willing to throw it away. Senator Tillman of South Caro- E lina says that the Louisiana repre sentatives are all Republicans. It I doubtless does look that way to him -and some others. The usual jokes are being made against new year resolves, but even if these are not kept, they have not t been made in vain. The very effert towards better things is worth some. thing to the soul. "A new purpose is what makes a new year...

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