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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 February 1901

'WE PRINT LETTER HE~ADS, BILL HREADS, CIROULARS, CARDS, INVITATIONS, BRIEFS, BY-LAWS, POSTERS. Our Prices are the Low est. Our Work is Guaran teed to give Satisfaction. We are prepared to4i print anything from an inch card to a 5-foot poster. Orders will be promptly filled and goods imrmediate ly delivered. Do not send your print ing elsewhere. Save time and money by having it done here. " * D..get fer 1901. The following budget was adopted by the Police Jury at its meeting held Iec. 6, aoo: Lafayette. La., Nov. t2, igoo.-Tr, the Hon Police Jry: Your undersigned com ittee, app nted to estimate the probable expense of the parish for the year 1901, would repetfully submit the following budget for your adoption: Assessor's salary .......................... Stooo oo Sherif's salary............... ........ . 6.ooo no Court-house keeper and constable too oo Printing........................... 75 00 Secretary Police Jusy............ 0o o00 Treasurer Police ury .................. 200oo 00 M...

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. — 2 February 1901

ea ';"r 4tbsrcos A"d In addtmoa to these, on ~ %9tiroit to. eb examination uaon studies #in High Scoolst will bem for the benefit, of applicants those certificates. One set of mods will be submitted as tesets mi r evtif ictes of the second anr iigt. grades; eighty per cent of cor .gt -answers being required for a 'gande certificate, and seventy per cent for a second grade certifi 'a-c-e. The simplicity of the ex asimatios for a third grade certiii iese, as, laid down in the law, iishould coaene it to colored ap -lecants. Certificates of the first Srai issued -after this examination are to be valid for three years; those e1 the second grade for two years; and these of the third grade for one year; and all certificates so obtained .are to be reorganized in every par ish of the State. The questions to be given will follow closely the text booksauthorized by the State Board of Education. The Elements of Pedagogy, and School Management by Emerson E. White, are com 'geded to those who int...

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. — 9 February 1901

-,-I:''SEND US ONE DOrr "r:.. ._ ATLY .. D PR.OPTL'.. LA FA Y ETTE-."-. YEAR. ............ THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. -V I ~ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARIBSH AND TOWN OP LAFAYETL'E. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901. NUMBER 50. r... :n N nn a n... W I t m e Iu . . Krauss' Jewelry StoreNo. so No. ......and see the display of...... No. ...... pretty things suitable for...... Um., WE.. DDING PRESENTS. day `-Aid If you need ANY KIND OF JEWELRY, or have a CLOCK or No WATCH to be REPAIRED, call at No, where goods are first-class and m ." ura s Store, the prices within the reach of all. dal 6r ra .You will do well to call at ring Levy Bros'. Store Sum R mer and have your measure ev taken. An assorted line of sam ples to select from. M Pr Only best and latest, the neatest and prettiest suits -re made by Fred Kaufman. G LEVY BROS., Local Agents. tri :FAARMERS, We want your trade. We h - = will sell you a . PLOWS: in Al Avery (Imitation) Pony . ...........................

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. — 9 February 1901

S- " Sea .%hal I , Sb te. ee ack meihs , at eotme. -be to the dleigh, the time WW fll-4faed. 3ase i she sleigh, Vlem a- e goday. eTate arm aesda ated. w Jan e io the saeigh, l- t the time was ill-fated. r-Smart Set. The coasolidation of all the rail in the hands of a few men anake thousands of converts to e proposition of government . t sbip of transportation lines. People who are opposed to gov , ?mment ownership are wondering It would ndt be better for the peo . to own the railroads than to lave themselvls owned by Mr. J. }f lerrepont Morgan. The latest thing on the program of the imperialists is the proposition to send a special commission to .:represent this republic at the coro -nation of Edward VII. It appears that Ambassador Choate can't do the job, and enough money will be taken from the tnlasury to send a few millionaires to England to as sist him. A Republican newspaper wants to "save Cuba to the United States and civilization." Between her - Spanish. oppressors and Amer...

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. — 9 February 1901

WE PAINT ' - LETTERp HEADS, o BILL HEADS, fr F1 CIRCULARS, CARDS, ;to TI INVITATIONS, --i BRIEFS, BY-LAWS, Ii POSTERS. KII c Dc Iva Our Prices are the Low 'ast. Our Work is Guaran Steed to give Satisfaction. We are prepared to. . print anything from an inch card to a 5-foot poster. Orders will be promptly filled and goods immediate- - Sly delivered. Do not send your print Sing elsewhere. Save time and money by having it a idone here. - 7 G A~MM~IL Mouton Bros.. r CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, FA M IMPLEMENTS, SEWING MACHINES, s COARSE SALT, FLOUR. (best a specialty) PLOWS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, HARNESS, Etc. Etc. We aim to keep our stock as complete as possible of "Best Goods" at lowest prices possible consistent with quality. Dr J. L. Duhart, A practitioner in the State s2 years and in Lafayette parish s years. Specialties: Chronir Bronchites, Catarrh, Liver and Kid ney diseases. New treatmept for Consump tives (external and internal) also for deaf Con...

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. — 9 February 1901

si wse  he bt the that that the ,p h matters to paore the d sls dj int so ketreping the ab by noas ten to procee dAl. c or oilded to Dithe em s Seratior oeS after the toer attnd when before the ofpaed th e bill mackigt and tion witall be redsumede. The Nfrom Iowa then ery gracesubsidy ist been lain sidetracking the grai b by moving to proceed isiecosidertio of the isenate. jt e rofe Columbia bill. This was ai ped to arsnd when the measure . passed the bill maing appro-nt it for the West Point Mider Academy was taken up and its Siossderathon will be resumed to ls now thaon t the ship subsidy hasb s been lain aside, there is is much reason to believe that its ad vocates will not succeed in having ':-fit again taken up as the unfinished busithe haness of the Seopponents of tte Tb where are a number of Republi tin of Senators who re secretly op - posed to the bill and~do not want it to come to a vote. This they can prcvent by presing subsidyhe considerb and iving of the nucederousnce ...

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. — 16 February 1901

.m" -. ., s T~~.HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE ..... WE A~.L EuD6 OF JOB SN SOEDLA N3UAILY AND) PROMlPrLr *W TALF AU ETJ2E mm12T WILL RECEIVE TMW8 PAPIDr~i S"incu."li . III Jj j "• YEAR. .... ':- '-.... OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN ON LAFAYETTE. "VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, REBRUARY 16, 1901. U 1. { ,a . '• . . . . . . . CALL AT Krauss' Jewelry Store .... .....and see the display of...... ........prertty things suitable tor...... WEDDING PRESENTS. And if you need ANY KIND OF JEWELRY, or have a CLOCK or WATCH to be REPAIRED, call at rauss' Store where goods are first-class and au s9 the prices within the reach of all. . For a....... You will do well to call at or ........... Levy Brs'. Store Summer and have yojr measure taken. An assorted line of -sam ples to select from. Only best and latest, the neatest and prettiest suits are made by .Fred Kaufman. LEVY BROS., Local Agents. FARMERS, We want your trade. We __ ___ _________will sell you PLOWS: Avery (Imitation)...

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. — 16 February 1901

A*EOCIATION$. .CTUO RIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, NO. yW meets st and 3d San high ns. at Home Fire Co. halL Robt. H. Broussard, Secretary, La. N.WrED CONFEDERATE VETERANS .'ýt- u ait t Satuday of each month, at court to a. m. In Mexico school teachers usually have a cigar in the month. Even criminals before the bar are allowed to smoke. Mrs. Nation is a native of Ke, - tacky, but has been a resident of Kansas for many years. Kentucky and Kansas can always be depended upon to make a lively combination Some married men doubt of the truthfulness of the saying that mar riages are made in heaven, or their idea iLf-paradise is that it isn't what it is cracked up to be. Mrs. Nation has stopped long enough to tell the world that the "'men are all cowards and that a few determined women with hatchets can make them all run" A Mississippi paper gtoes not think that The Commoner is a suc cess. Measured by the standard of the average Mississippi journalist The'Commoner is a failure. The Commoner does...

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. — 16 February 1901

WEPRINT LETTER HEADS," BILL HEADS, CIROCULARS, CARDS, INVITATIONS, BRIEFS, BY-LAWS, POSTERS. M I Our Prices are the Low est. Our Work is Guaran r eed to give Satisfaction. We are prepared to print anything from an inch card to a 5-foot poster. Orders will be. promptly filled and goods immediate Ily delivered. E Do not send your print ing elserhere thave Loiwm U and money -by having it y:one here. Do otsed yurprnt MONEY :TO LOAN Several Thousand Dollars at reasonable rates. On Satisfactory Real Estate mortgages. Apply to ORTHER C. MOUTON, Lafayette, La. Mouton Bros., CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, SEWING MACHINES, COARSE SALT, FLOUR, (best a specialty) PLOWS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, HARNESS, Etc. Etc. We aim to keep our stock as complete - as possible of "Best Goods" at lowest prices possible consistent with quality. Dr J. L. Duhart, A practitioner in the State 25 years and in Lafayette parish t5 years. Specialties: Chronic Bronchites, Ca...

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. — 16 February 1901

R . Dasmian is miang %l"h, to call the legislm "i.stmas.. for the purpose iimg the proposed amend t~is year, and be is conident t the aameedmeet will be sup 'd by. a a4ority. of the legisla Sand will be ratified at a popu .. at is estimated that there are ,o -aegro voters in Maryland $g the great majority of them *:o.tM be disfranchised by the plan i.Jch Mr. Gorman: i.s strenuously :ie:dvolgatiag. As the negro vote in the State is almost solidly Repub R.an to emasculate it would Thaere ,the control of Maryland to tlte -" Democrats, and this accounts for the vigorous fight-which the Repub llcan newspapers of Baltimore and N other cities are making against the call for an extra "session of the ' .- legislature. The Democrats carried Maryland at the last State election, but lost it in the national election of agoo when McKinley carried the electoral vote and a solid Repub lican delegation was elected to Congress. Though the Democrats have con trol of both houses of the legisla S t...

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. — 23 February 1901

SEM) US ONE DOl.LAR AND YOU S..E.. .............. rrr~FA T HE LAFAYETTE GAZ TE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYET±'E. i: '' VII I. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901. NUMBER 52. ,:.:.,a;'".-' !. .:% '.-" - . ,  , = ,== ,, ,, =.= == =, =-=,====,,,,==.. = =,  =--=- == = -. =,= ,, ,,=, -- - •.. == ' ' ===, ---== ,=, --= == ,='= ='; !--=  ,.__.m m  =..,.... uss' Jewelry Store ... .....and see the display -of...... .. ...... pretty things suitable for...... SDING PRESENTS. ' 1"metfyi As ,NY KIND OF JEWELRY, or have a'CLOCK or I i WATCH to be REPAIRED, call at tore, where goods are tfirsbt-class and StoreJU, the prices within :he reach of all. d Sl' -i.-_ You will do well to call at i ILevy Bros'. Store I IT' and have your measure e -- - taken. An assorted line of sam plea to select from. t be i beqnd latest, the neatest and prettiest suits r:i db e by f red Kaufman. LEVY BROS., Local Agents. FARMIERS We want your trade. We v . _. _ wil...

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. — 23 February 1901

Y HMOMWR MOUTON. t wn $- -en as the LA .rt. La Pose4O0ce as sea.m4 ': iN OLENT A,.1OVIATIONtL CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, ";IANCH NO. 79 meets sat and 3d Sun saftear high mass, at Roipe Fire Co. hall. i Robs. H. Broessard, Secretary, heeaan..O d, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS agas eat Saturday of each month, at court. aome. to a. m. DR. ABBOT? ON NEGRO SUFFRA GE. Thle people of the North are be gianing to understand the South. They are gradually informing them elves of the real condition of af fairs in the Southern States and not a week passes without the publica oration of the views of some promi nent Northern man who recognizes that the South should be permitted to work out the negro problem in Its own way. Aside from the New York Sun, Crumpacker and a few other rabid bloody-shirt wavers, the men of the North seem to have re alized at last that that the citizens of the South will tolerate no interf-ren ce in their local affairs. And be it said to their credit the well think ing...

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. — 23 February 1901

t-- - WE PRINI LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, CIRCULARS, * 3CARDS, INVITATIONS, BRIEFS, BY-LAWS, POSTERS. BEB Our Prices are the Low- _Bl; _ "est. Our Work is Guaran teed to give Satisfaction. b We are prepared to print anything from an inch card to a 5-foot poster. Orders will be promptly filled and goods immediate ly delivered. Do not send your print ing elsewhere. Save time and money by having it done here. LWWIn DIereaoe In Cost of Cablegrara. Colonel J. J. hl)nne. of l'hiladiel phia, is credited a itll having sent the 7 first bona fide , ablegram ever re ceived in this oeunt 'ry. Thi.s wa- in : 1858. Therec were othe.r Inu.-. g. 1 preceding it, notably the congratuia : tions of Quc.ien Victoria addressd : to President I1u'hInan, but 'Colonel SDUnnc's e('ablegra was the(. first pa:,l message. "Two weteks ago, when I was in Tlondlon." remarked ('olo'ei Dunne to a netwsp)aper mnan t hi other day. "I had occasion to sen a cable fromi there to Nevada ('ity. 'There were twenty words an...

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. — 23 February 1901

m -@ v .s-. -.-.`-~ ..'Sr11 -'4. -C "%-*,-4 iwI~ tiIr a;;· 4.~v;~i~r W 3~·. I;~II-U '4, li; ~ '·~ "~~* - ;~~ %T' ·ire····-;,4. l rail i wher Sswal ably iathe de ri ng tie t -aI risas .; nti.. o' them eras ins out of Ial. prof &oDw. The of ralroads re J. Pieponti . le .t'eled, or will Ste new systenm .Ipersiop.. in' throwing ooo. "employees out iatly #igents, solicitors ; and even where the sC retained there is -ino salaries in con '"fhe costsolidated, as 'needed tor the work Sthe .market oversup iiroad.nen, a cut to sal than it would be if .i,;competition for their ia: 'tthb reilroad empl. yees ,''l .ý posed at first to- receive the iieW the railrgad conlsolldtio .Inkig saiqa, with satitfatItan, viewing S t" .American spirit which usi+stic over everything '.*t- tspey'i.re likely to suffer, irusts and cotub'nes are .t T positions anti salaries _.$ _- }'oy Need Efnvelpes? b',jriatisig ttc partmentl ot 'ape o'eras ju-t received fifty a 4 e.titapes b ught at most <5 ad to s....

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. — 2 March 1901

1 4I4 4 '4it44484. . T""-"IHE 4LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. EP OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTL. \V ()ITUM1 I. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901. NUMBER 1. ++-CALL A Only best and latest, tihe neatest and prettiest suits Kare made by Fred Kaufman.Store WEDDING PRESENTS. Anti if n t, c d :-.NN KIND O1 JE WEL'RY, or have a CLOCK or WATCHLEVY BROS.EPAIRED, Local Agents. K raus ' St re, vhere good, i e fincCrtt-class and A re, the prices want yourthin the rade. Weof all ,For 21...-will sewll you el to call at PLOWSpring : Su.\very ( iatn) oiy have yo .r measure75 Avery (Imitatiton) A.. (). 2. i5 \vertaken. Aimitation) assorted lie of sam-2.50 lalpwin'es to selet fro ..o Only best and latest, the neatest and prettiest suits are made by Fred Kaufman. LEVY BROS., Local Agents. L.,ne, .%tar N,). 2,). . 3.50 L .S ' We want your trade. 37 ýý.will sell1 you . PLOWS: Avsery (tImitatiotn) A. 1 ). 2. 15 \ver~y (Iditati101) P,. () 2.50 Balidwin', C(O 4.00 i.. tec Star Nn.2 3...

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. — 2 March 1901

MOOUTON. V-te Townr and ... ....rch 5 s90:. K MORTis OF AMERICA, iO. ats esets ast sad 3d Sun igh e at Hosm Fire Co. hall. atbs. BOUassard, Secretary, SIT ~CONFEDERATE VETERANS sat Saturday of each month, at court so a. ms. NO. I, VOL. IX. The Gazette is eight years old to day. It enters upon its ninth year ' fai+r. prosperous journal. Its advertising patronage has increased goesiderably during the last two years. It has a good local circula tida.and a well supported job print -fg department. The best evidence that the paper is appreciated is that it does not carry a single "dead head" on its subscription list and that every inch of its advertising space is paid for. We trust that every subscriber feels that the paper is worth one dollar a year and that no one re ceives it through any philantropic motive. No self-respecting news paper solicits the patronage of the man who subscribes or advertises merely "to help the thing along." The Gazette most assuredly does not care for that kin...

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. — 2 March 1901

LETTER BRINT , HEa2LDS, _ BILL HEADS, CIRCULARS, ,t CARDS, a INVITATIONS, - inch c o BRIEFS, BY-LAWS, i POSTERS. i Es Our Prices are the Low- .  est. Our Work is Guaran -__ ---teed-t give Satisfaction. 4 We are prepared to i print anything from an inch card to a b-foot poster. Orders will be promptly filled and goods immnediate Sly delivered. Do not send your print and money by having it done here. WPAPMWW4LA D. V. Gardebled PHARMACIST. and dealcri n Drugs, Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, t'ine turtumery Toilet Soaps, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Stu tionery, School Books, Paints and Oils Prescriptions carefully compounded at a hours of the day and night. Everything be found in a first class drugstore. iWMNext to balk's Opera house. Mount Carmel Convent, Lafayette, La. BOARDING and DAY, SCHOOL A full course.in French and English. Pupils of every denomination are ad mitted Chas D Caffery. * 4 e Attorney-at-Law and Notarv-Public. Offiice osn Madison Street. Lafavette. Louisiana. ...

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. — 2 March 1901

a meairwho has no Uesmiss ely oha a eaa. thebws a man over he i tttie other woman's feet. L.:i asid e only one woman; the ml . fmarers make them. all now oemaa had her own way she would of herself taken in her best t'gowa se give to the reporters if everabe rescued from a hre. T he a woman is really hoppy she is 4 terelbly in love or else entirely tree i, m it. The average man wouldn't want to be IdIead dead with the kind of necktie on that - s wife thinks he looks handsmuest no. A woman's politics are shaped about like a woman's bundle. A woman will forgive a man for anything if he is smart enough to make her think he Sthinks she can make him cry. an ais mind; woman is matter: antI it is matter that tuiumphs over mini. Give Your Big Sister a Lesson, Cuba. New Orleans Harlequin. Senor Cisneros, member of the constitutional convention of Cuba, seems to understand the American wellst As between the spirit of the Englishman, the hawk, the preda -torybeast and of the American there 's ...

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. — 9 March 1901

`; ,   , , ,. .? , .... . ' v g : '   ;., , _ _. .. .. . . . . . . . .. . . , .. . .... .. .. . . . . . .. . r . ,. .ý M ,. ..... ,., ,.. .,. . .M.y . ' NTI NARTHE LAFAYETTE YERAZETT..... E .. OFFICIAL IOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901. NUMBER 2... No One Should be Without A COMFORTABLE. NEAT AND DURABLE........ O E. N - BRO . KEEP THE BEST Se ~SHOES MADE... da FOR MEN: Edwin Clapp, $5 to $6 per pair; Helmer's Bettman, $3So.50 per pair; Bostonian, $3.50 to $4.50 per pair. N< FOR LADIES: Julia Marlowe, $3 to $3.50 per pair; Duttenhofer. Nc $2 to $4 per pair. FOR BABIES: The celebrated Budd shoes. da The most complete line of shoes ever brought to Lafayette. LEVY BROS.. Lacoste Building. -By- MVARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS -BY--- W-. J. SHOWS, gent in Lafaette e Sand vicinity for MORRIS BROS., Memphis, Tenn. W1 P1 1 MONUMENTS, STATUARY, HEADSTONES, FLOWER VASES, ETC. m STATE AGENT FOR THE "MODERN" WATER...

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. — 9 March 1901

- Mthe Town and t .9 Lafayette. l* 1407tib La. Poet-ofl .u as gscond V, March 9, 190z. OLENT AS00CI ATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AM ERICA, r1"ANCH NO. 792 meets 1st and 3d Sui aafter high ass, at Home Fire Co. hall. A;~:- Robe. H. Broussard, Secretary, mnsstd, La. : v~ I TED CONFEDERATE VETERANS .assa- lst Saturday of each month, at court lea. so a. m. EXIT M'KINLEY-- EN'TER A'KINL E Y. On last Monday WVm. M.cKin ley's four years as president of tlc: United States was finished, and on 'the sase day he took the oath again to serve this republict for an other tour years as its chief magis trate. While no one, who has kept tun with current political events ex pects any change in the administra tion of National affairs, yet all loyal Americans every where, regard : less of political preferences, will watch with the keenest interest the turn of affairs that are to take place - in the four years just ahead. 'The four years of Republican control of governmental affairs can hardly be said to...

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