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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 4 January 1902

Train Sch(edule. tger tlaii leavrei Bayon fa-lanl-hter 500 a. mn. and 8:30 11. m. Irailn arrives from Siag11, S.", hleaves for W'oodville ir'rli arriives from Wood 0 l. in., leaves for SlIughltei n for n can give special rte~a,,,n : s,4511 periodicals and E. J. BARROW, il every style. OrderR for fish, game and vegetables. J. G. Pletting-ýr Agt. U0SCRIPTIONS TAKEN pily Pna"'rs by the year, month dei1'ered by ca. Her or through Ispreferredl. Also :ni4ont for any ial Iublished. Gen . Rettig Sis so nice after tile play as oyster lot? iinlmemaber in to serd Plettinger your or i0one jstruraents, Aecordeons, - HLarmonicas, Mandolins, r, Violins and 'Iambourines, j. Ltfou" is ureparing to ip bhis reside:nce for three of thi timte at Cal"Island. ee elewh I ere. KNOWI-WHAT YOU ARE TAKINC pu lake Grovc's Ta&tles (:hill _ eose the lormunla is p lainly oeery b tile shownlg that mt I I nl a1d1 Qallllllle ill t 1t.a tle0 s Xeare, n:,'pay. uPrice' 3 Oet. -- - dopil.ttllnity to ºujy cheap....

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. — 4 January 1902

no army or Ty. It has no internal revenue toxes. ý It enjoys unrestricted trade wilh the United States. This amounts to a bounty on every ton of sugar it raises. Its government is economical. Its chief charge is for schools. Brigandage and petty thiev ing have been suppressed. After all the strains and vicissitudes which war, hurricane, famine and reorgan ization of its political and social sys tem brought it is awakening to a new life. Professional Bee Hunterr. There is a large number of profes sional "bee hunters" in the west and southwest of Texas. Small caves and dark recesses formed by shelving rock abound along the waterways of the Texan rivers. They are the natural hives of the wild bees, and take the places of the hollow tree trunks of the forest regions of the northern a country. These caves are used year after year by the bees and in many instanceMthey have been found to be literally fillY. wf , ,fn, i Trala de Luxe for Afries. Cedl Rhodes is determined that travelers upo...

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. — 11 January 1902

STHE TRUE DEMOCRAT. tW SOfficial Jouna of the Parish of West Feliolana and oSchool Board. SVOL. X1 ST. FRANCISVI E. WEST FHLICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 192. ' " - -O __ ~Il~AIflmifrlhrl HHnlrllnlTTTTTTTTTmlhTTTfflT1TllT NEXILE'S Th8 RUSSIAN SYSTEM OP TH E 3 ISnmeNT IS 1~.IFE DESCRIBED fill uulurrlr~ lii a, d F,ei d #J ,ymE wt dpon SIberian exiles, c *lt. William E. Curtis from Lt. While .therejhav doubt- i ins'uerable cases of in- t brs brutality; for Russian of- i are corrupt and cruel, and the I as a race, have always regarded a suffering with indifference, a less; under ordinary clrcum- L the majority of those who 1 eken banished to Siberia are t 'better off than they were at c and ought to consider them- a ftrjupate to escape imprison- c bfora term of years. The cara- o elof eonvicts, whose misery and a ujub have aroused so much horror '1 ation in civilized countries b usually undergone any great- a l ardships 'than were borne by the a - eern who crossed our own p...

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. — 11 January 1902

THE' TRUE' fMEMOORAT OrFrwrAI.J T INALOFTEEPARISBI 1II . 1:. U. LEAKE .. Lditor PU'I.%1,JIED EVERY S ATURI)AY. Subscriiition'iric, per year, $1.50 Entercd at the Post Oflice at St.Fraueia . il Ic, La., as ~cued-elasg miail miatter. rSA'flI~I)AY, JAN. 11th, 1902 W;iEr 1 ALI tI FAILS. aL ,t Couhb Syrup. 'foaodC~ '. . Uee i tiame. E'4i tr dr&u l;t4. And still the habit clings to men aduc you To write it nineteen-one, instead C of nineteen-two. The horses, used by the Presi. a< dent, wear their tails AU .NATURTL. This helps the nahti-docked tail al -cause, and will make niature fash. in ionable in Washington, at least. ci The successful test of the Al giers dry dock on Monday last, is a` very gratifying. The battleship al Illinois was lifted without sa hitch c in over an hour less than contract Cr time. Ie -- ý- - It IIobson's visit to New Orleans l was not marked by any public ij osculation. lHe now does his kiss- tli ing, if any, in private. P An invitation to dinner at the It ...

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. — 11 January 1902

'ltairlýtitSchedue. ýassetIlr!ez t!';!111 leave- Bayou Sfur ;l'1"li ter' 5O0 a. .1 anid ~rl rr"'~'l) p. iii. It. 5 j':l u il~rl\c~ fil' 't Poo:!!itYil II )liXed train :- 14 'I\ front Wood ille,:4 IU ia.7 lea. Vs for Slaughrtetr 10jo a, 111. ;{IIIt or'Yttt for -'iii C071 Fr1 \'i- stial ()YI'FBS. Serve's jill ovr'V s'' tyle Order's pin for fisih;t,'(UriC 1111(1 vcegetabi lle's. fJie,htoiw 28-22 ,1. G. 1Plcttiig"i'r Agt. SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR Pa; l;lt Paer in t 1' flie er, 1001) th orwe'ek. Itlti;'enet by 'tx Visa iii through e 11:1l 1I" 1,i'I't'Iltl. Also ageitt t fur an prix~riLl lu,ºylutl Go. h'ettig WhIt is so nive after the play as liot oVM tel loafi I ~ lleineriiler its lilac to send Plettinger you'r or e four out. Nmical I ,strilrwiits, Aeerotldeorrs, 'l~ijelM I ~ tlai'iurnaS. Mandoilins, yi.º, * "it~. u an Tal olirs utl 'iiIjiilies, Tke eail her hai been. 'clear, andl t too ('(11(, this week, which facilitntesthe gatlhering of cotton till ini the li( Idi. YOU KUOW WHAT Y OU ...

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. — 11 January 1902

Coughing "I was given up to die with quick consumption. I then began to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I improved at once, and am now in perfect health."-Chas. E. Hart man, Gibbstown, N. Y. It's too risky, playing with your cough. The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over. Be gin early with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough. Tbrae rsis: t.o, a one for .a ordnaty + eeº; .SC., just right for 5rone itls., hoarse. ce nhadrt colds, ert.; 1. most eoaomical for ýharonilc cdse an t keep onhand. . . CO., owell, • Roosevelt and Grant. "President Roosevelt," said an old resident of Washington, "has many of the tastes and traits of Gen. Grant. Of course he is more loquacious, and I do not doubt that he will make a better administrative officer, but, like Gen. Grant, he doesn't wish to have a sort of halo thrown around him because he is the President of the United States. He walks to church and he permits his children to romp. Gen. Grant's chil dr...

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. — 18 January 1902

r Oioclal Jounal of the Parish of West Felloiana and School Board. VOL. X1, ST. FRANCISVILLE. WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA SATURDAY, JANARY 18, 1902. N NMJ PIIJC  -D I mel VOL. X1. NEWS OF LOUISIANA Cream of Late News Gleaned I From Specials. b A BIG DAMAGE SUIT Parish Dry, But Towns May n License Saloonsa-Large Col. lection of Taxes. ALEXANDRIA ITEMS. m Alexandria. - District court ad- p1 journed Friday afternoon until Mon. of day. The time of the qourt was taken to e daring the latter part of last week se with the trial of the civil suit of J. A t. Lindsey and wife, against the ni Tioga Lumber Company. This is a of ane brought by the defendants fa against the above lumber company to for $20,000 damages on account of in- fi juries received by their son, Dan an Lindsey, a boy seventeen years old, . while employed ast the Tioga Mill, Of which caused his death on September da K, 1900. th F. 8. Allen, an architect of Joliet, ch Bl., is here with plans suitable for W the proposed high sch...

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. — 18 January 1902

THE T1'UE DEMOCRAT 01: , O i·ALJr TnIý.jer , PR l'RnISI 11NRS. M. IE. IE.1K :.:....... E:dito4 I'UI:LPI HL'E EVEY SAT'URDAY. Sut; :'ription irice, per year, 51.50 E1ntired ot tle Post O(Jice at a L.F:r:anciH villc,,la, a- scicond-clas i mwi! matter. SA'TU' iI)A Y, JAN. 18$h, 1902 3o0tt ( oJigb :yru. 'a'.te Go(Jod. Uc .I))r + b, i i-ib;" ' it+g ,tt. RIOGILLiOVIL4I, E NOTIES I;. R. I,,gillio and son Douglas of !he .(l w 1r'd were inll tis neigh borhood several days this week. Rev Mr. Ellis preached his fi'".t sermon for the year at Concord Sun day Llmorning. The oflicial ntenibers of this charge attended tie fiirst quatterl' conference of the pastoral year at the Methodist church in Jackson on 'lodayiav. It was L. L)unn of Clinton who was visiting at T. J. Lee's last week. Misses Nellie and Nelia Plhares . ere appreciated visitors -at the bhome of their uncle \\. t. Caimpbe!l two days last 11 e(k. Mr. C. Percy was in this vicinity several days ia.t week engaged in his professional ca...

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. — 18 January 1902

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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. — 18 January 1902

': rain ~ chdule. sCsegll er trailn leave" ]avlu Sfor !nghltr C ."0 a. .. and :o t". t., lal a, Lor a\ uodv ile I,. u1. ixed train arriive from Wood. -9:40 a. ui., leaven for Slhitghter - e . ..... $ .in F unt for and can give sp*ecial a on all lewspalpe.rs, periodlcals ail ztueS. E. J. BARROW, OYSTERS. 1Served in every stvle. Orders en for fish. gune and vegetables. dleplone .8.2. l 2J. G. Pliettin er Agt. U BSCRIPTIONS TAKEN OR.l)aily Paners by the year1, monoth week, deli' ered by ea, ier o.rI hrollgh In:ril. pr ,i.*lI,'red. Also agvlnt for any - ,dicia, pI b.inhed. ' Gen. Rettig Aspecial term of court will be d Jan 27 for the trial of the nie e, Carter and Canady, held for rder. YOU KNOWiWH AT Y OU ARE TAKINC llen you take Glov,'s, Ta. tl.'s ('hill c beause the tlorunla is plainl t',d on every b tile showing tllat t iply Iron anud Q. sin e in a ,. t-ele.s . No cure, no pay I'rice 50 cta. A'ad case is now before the rmimnin authorities, but for-certain rpoesH of justice, the si...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 18 January 1902

ees Stake Their k om in a Itatea The heroic equestrian statue of Rob art E. Lee, in Richmond, Va., is be lieved to have hundreds of pounds of honey concealed .Inside of it. For months bees have been going in and tut of the parted lips of both the hu man and animal figure. The insects were first seen there last summer, and loubtless have been making honey ever since. There is no way to get inside either figure without doing ir reparable damage, but fear is enter tained that vandal hands may make :he attempt. The average monthly salaries of, men i teachers in Illinois is t1.69, and of women e ,53.51. New Use For Money, > Nearly half a billion dollars' worth of soiled e and torn bank notes is destroyed annually by f eur government. They are reduced to pulp s and then used for making railroad car wheels, This transformation is about as radical as the I one brought about in the case of sickly people 1 who will use Hostotter's Stomach BPttcrs. Good health is sure to follow its use. Be ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 18 January 1902
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. — 25 January 1902

STHE TR(J D 1 M . ____cia_,J( I-- t ý1- risih of aest eliciana and School Board. VOL. Y1,' , . . -ST. FRANCISY.LLE. WEST FELTCIANU A ' RDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902. "', f C .r , ' l'4l4, ,,ý,,L 4 41 A ýAýc ,1 Chnc Tm * PEAR.LS OF THOJ'iT. t G O v'e t Changes That Somoe I tioais A ffect Pocl::: of I E- Dealers. nSmall things sometimes produce ,e results, and the results may be l ther pleasant or unpleasant. For nee, should Adnmiral Dewey de - tomorrow to grow a beard the usands of dollars invested in pho phs of the hero of Manila Bay uld immediately lose their value. General Grant shaved off his d upon his election to the presi cy that simple act would have at ruin to hundreds of photog-, hers who invested their all to get t nation's capital and photograph e president in the act of taking the gth with the ides of selling prints pom their negatives. The danger in iese little things is better understood ibroad than it is here. Some one in he court circle in Berlin stated re intly that the 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. — 25 January 1902

TU FI T UE DEMIOCRAT •--  __= --y---_-'- _---- .=:=-_ OFICIAL,,JouINALi'V HE PARISi ) I4. 1. I':. Li:.\i I: ....... 'dl ito' I'UI',L, 111:1) EVEJItY SA'I'TLIDAY. ,!1 '.rii isý ý)Ii(P., )er yeri , 1.50 .rntercd at thlie I' t Ollice at St.,'ranwis ville., La., aý s o .m l-cla. mail matter. -- - . I rloll SAT'I''AY, JAN. 25th, 1902 ho ac Lb llS IHtlit ALL ILSE FAILS. Dear I ugh hyrup. Tatar Othd. Use In time. 'uit by druigitts. pri _ QUO VADIS. Carpenlt(es Quo Vadis was pIre- CeI aented at the Acadelmy of Music tXl yesterdayt aft ernonu and last night to hli houses on both occasions. 'he lay gae pay gave that satisfied fedlin,' 1 that the Tuskaloosa audiences don't stibl often have hiut appreciate inightily. deal The company was a very capable ' one, there being strong actors on every important role. Mr. Jts A. Young as Vinicius proved himself ti an actor of artistic style and much out, force. He had a number of effective coil speeches and delivered them with train fine effect. C. I...

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. — 25 January 1902

TRUE DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT. St. Francisville, La., Saturday, Jan '2) t1:, 1902. ,f / II I ' 1 sod 1 IW * * t et * * I . * l )1 , S SaTIuIiI ' cli IY " (i IROGILLIOVI LLE No()ES SA. T. Rlogillio has gone to Ar Ibroth to imake an extended visit with hi sons . . an A. an A. A. gillio energetic anid prosperous business cmen of that place. M1iss Sallie Lucas of Raccourci is 'visiting her parents in the 5th wd. M. B. Lee has so far recovered ifrom his broken leg as to discard his crutches. Rev W. W. Phares of East Ten-i ,nessee is with his father W. R FPhares. The patrons of l)r. Emmet Mc Kowen are glad to see him back in 'Jaek son looking extremely well and greatly improved in health from his two or three months sojonrn at Ashe ville, N. C. C. I. \VILLIAS. NOTICE. Subscribers to stock of Mut!ual lluilding & Loan Association are lterelby notified that the first month ly installment is now due and pay alle, and that that they will kindly be in readiness to pay the Secretary t the same wh...

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. — 25 January 1902

i' tf,, ,:<I ;,ter "i UU a. .n. and It(d i i1 :rrt iv('s f',romn Sillth , , l i. . tit., Wil\' . for iV tOti~d !e i i"· 'I'l Mixed train :rriv', froim \V'ood lie 1);4t) a. in., lc 'as for Siatghtier *IICC. . ( i eitie ...... d Olu :iient for an m l n ra ivr e sg " ,ecial i: (, p all te\\'t r;al"'r< , p riodi'alts atua 1 - - - --- - - - --- -- - - - - -- j (I terved hit i 'Wri'ry f h \I'. O! (1't$ elit f t l isr t, g5 l t i ,lit \hi teti )! . J. G e. eltt ~ i Arr O R l i I ytii iily li l i i y ( hL i o .,l t, tiIii ?vij- ( -~e --:II a. ' j A t o fire, iMo (ve l ' ftll i rh i" ill' ; - O(in i t1 Ilrfnl'rrC il]. Aliso alt'l C t Jr Ii . gative Brom'uQtiaiinhe Tabclas mrgady tn cures a cwlo oPeit ln. ia --- . .. ---- - HI 1ue iro t 11e.1 tha I:artic l ri i f thin -l cC heel ' e l i lIg tile 1l3 , ght fire Modav- f'uii he Thhlie tled ul inui tie l or tlis ris iU. pe ..--o-, t 't (IfST PRS RIPT3N'!rO -tgnituro is on every box of i gonuie i (qLuiIiiinn ill a PIsm ei0ss tIoilr . ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 January 1902

Hair Splits "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for thirty years. It is elegant for a hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends." J. A. Gruenenfelder, Grantfork, Ill. Hair-splitting splits friendships. If the hair splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you, for every hair of your head is a friend. Ayer's Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splitting. If the splitting has begun, it will stop it. l.0N a bttle. All drusts ' It your druggist eanat s lR yeno mnd as enO dol1lar ad we wifl epres you a bottle. Be sure atd giv theo ame of yeor nearest prease ee. Address, J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mas. I CCf r In [AL, t PRI C EL 25 c. a THE SOUTH'S LITERARY WEEKLY, Published at Atlanta, Ga. Over 50,000 Circulation. Only Fifty Cents a Year. o*r Over Twenttrfve Years a SouathernStory Paper. Under new manaqement for a year past it has grown to be a favor its in over 50,000 homes and stands now without a peer among the household literary weeklies. It is devo...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 January 1902
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. — 1 February 1902

Official Jounal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. ST. FRA ILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRGARy 1 190. "9 NO". " "" r~'Q117000 N A EEDBD TO COST OF MARYINQ INly TOL DEFRAY EXPENSES S r . * *. . . Iarriage is one of the cheapest of ries if one reckons only the outlay ufred for the payment of the cher or magistrate who performs ceremony and the cost of the li in such states as require Icenses, minister, priest pr preacher of the pel in the United States may sol ie marriages, and in many states ges for one or more classes of may officiate. In all save half a en states, too, save justices of the have the privilege of officiating the highly important function. In e parts of the United States the on performing i marriage cere ny must have personal knowledge the identity, names and residence the parties, and inasmuch as such -w are enforced in some of the ern states where young people fre tly drive long distances to be mar ed, the stipulation has on occasion...

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. — 1 February 1902

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH M1RS. 3I. E. ILiA;. ........Editor PUIBI.'H1:1D EVERY SATURDAY. Sub:wription price, per year, $1.50 LEntered at thi Post Office at St.Franeis Ville, La., as secold-,class miiuil matter. SATU'' I).Y, FLd. let, 1902 . - in tIme. ,Rol by druBpi t,. lROGILIOVILLE NOTES A. T. Rogi lio has returned hoa e fromt his visit to Arbroth. Miss Miriam Rogillio is visiting at her uncle ,W.I. Camnilbell's this week and making calls on relatives and friend in the vicinity of her old home. VWin Phares is about convales cent from the rough usage he re ceived in a difficulty a few days ago. The Rev J. C. Ellis preached at Concord on Sunday evening. George F. Boland had a valuable colt to die Saturday night from some unknown cause. J. Byron Wright"made one of his very infrequent visits to Jackson a fewdaysago. P. A. Noland Jr who has had employment at Angola for some tiine;bas resigned his situation and returned home. You just ought to hear it. What? That...

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