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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 28 March 1908

The True Democrat. St. Francisville, West FeHclana Parish, La., Saturday, March 28, 1908. No. 8 DFTRUCTIVE CYCLONE PASSES OVER NORWOOD S10ROLINS KILLED UNDER FALLING WALL.-PROPERTY WAS DAHAGEED TO THE AMPOUNT OF $7,000. The town of Norwood was re much injured by a tornado that re ped over about seven o('clok, a= cday morning. John Rollins, ar a clerk for 0. L. Bennitt, was in a~ght under a falling brick wall sad instantly killed. Hie was rr completely buried under the L ling wall and his head mashed. s' le Was alone in the store build ji, and it is supposed he ran p tfm the' building as the wall tl The rear gable-end of 0. L. .Bennett's store was blown down Srt and then followed the front f all Thetop of the front wall o the brick warehouse belonging t t Bridges, West & Co. was also I arried away. The home of C. I. Miller, though out of the di ret path of the storm, was par- 1 ,tla demolished. Many chimneys in the town " were blown down and roofs of So0ses.damaged. t Telephone a...

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 March 1908

The True Democrat. MRS. M. F. LEAKE, Editor and Proprietor. ELRIE ROBINSON, Associate Editor, and Publisher. Official Journal of the Parish of West Feli olana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran eisville, and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter prise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter, La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francisvllle, La.. as second-class mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, March 28, 1908. THE ONLY ECO URSE. Elsewhere in this issue, we reproduce an editorial from the Natchitoches Enterprise, which in an able, lawyer-like manner sums up the situation that con fronts the Democrats of Louisi aia to-day. For it is useless to minimize the gravity of condi tions. Democrats are doing more independent thinking than for years past, and the result of this thought is a matter of grave in terest. The stroke of the party lash as laid on by the State Ce...

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 March 1908

The True Democrat. MVS. M.. E. LEAKE, Editor and Proprietor. ELRIE ROBINSON, Associate Editor, and Publisher. Oficial Journal of the Parish of West Feli ciana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran eisville, and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaurhter Enter prise. a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Oftle at St. Francisville. La.. as second-class mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, March 28, 1908. (COMMUNICATED.) Pubic School Corn Contest. THE TRUE DEMOCRAT: Please permit me to use your columns to make known to the public the purposes and plans of the corn contest which I am in augurating throughout the par ish. In his talk to the superinten dents in the White House on Feb. 26th, President Roosevelt said, "The nation wants you and the vast army of teachers you repre sent to train the boys and girls, not away from, but toward, the farm and the work-...

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 March 1908

A SACRIFICE SALE OF Ladies' Ready to Wear Muslin Underwear Coamuencing Monday, March 30th, and continuing for one week. 'The most pronounced feature in the un dergarment line is the general tendency to ward better quality, both in material and trimming. We have a beautiful line of these goods at exceptionally low prices. Here area few articles: lAlu' Uaderskirts, 49c, 53c, $1.05, $1.53 and up. aImj ' Gowns, 53c, 69c, $1.05 $1.79 and up. Ladie' Corset Covers, 29c, 39c, 47c SOc. A lady clerk in charge of this depart ment. Would be pleased to have you call and examine this line. SCohen & Co., BAYOU SARA, LA. 'mmam . hiýbiitie Items. ? S UtiarT Wans'stir*ALOON L AGr'E The lowing, read at the "Wo *'m' )ti;.sle Leagu e," Wul lbe knowaby every citizen hour parish. Both items are Ienfrom the "Ohreveport Jour 4,"Jaa. 14: 1e, the undersigned citizens Mindela,, submit the fol g fsets as an evidence that hohlbitlon does not "kill" a rnm: hPUmumt Ismt year Minden da s ot ........... ..... $:...

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. — 28 March 1908

PERSONAL BUT POLITE. M. Cohen was a visitor to New C Orleans Thursday. me David Adiger spent Sunday in J. New Orleans with his mother. D. Miss Carrie Gore returned A. last Thursday from New Orleans. V. Capt. Jas. Aubic and son Joe, T. are home on a visit. E. Mr. M. C. Levy spent the first W part of the week in New Orleans. J. Mrs. C. H. Converse was in town, Thursday. Hon. W. L. Stirling and son, di Jimmie were in town yesterday. W Little Alice Martin fell out of ( bed and sprained her arm. L Messrs. Carter and Bartless ,j arrived Thursday night, on the MI launch "Wanderlust." G Miss Lula Wright of Jackson J. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Gor- a don Davidson. El Mrs. Jos. Meyer arrived Tues- J day night to visit her sister, J. Mrs. R. Teutsch. Mrs. Paul Rachal and baby are A here since last week to visit her F mother, Mrs. Harry Marks. Anson White of Angola has re- V entered the high school after an L absence. V Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyers of 5 Woodville have moved to Vicks- H burg where ...

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. — 28 March 1908
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 April 1908

St. Francisville, West Follclana Parish, La., Saturday, April 4, 1908. No. 9 '4 1 . -ý Attorney at Law ilptice in the courts 0 f:ast '1 Set Felicisna' Snk of West Feliciana hbig. f St. Francisville, a. SALL, Dentist. ýSý,gazine St., New Or,01In La. ,. BABIN', Dentist. eon'*d floor of Bank of West Feliciana Building. ).ours: 1. .tol and 1 to ; 1.. m. Alex. Enochs, 1gtqtO, E. Enochs, dealer and etdure~r of SareophagZus Monu .yts, Monuments and Headstones. Jubtnd Granite of best quality. lor nship at lowest prices. SHINGLES ,Mthi made cypress shingles, best brt'n sap grade posts and blocks. SmoChes. Weydert. C. METZ. eLAWSON, 8 'it , wheelwright, andl gun re :orse shoeing a sp)cialty. iweas trial. Satisfaction guaran SJ IHENDFRSON, diamonds, silverware, toilet goods, Watch repairing y. . o . Marble Works, Humboldt. - ll Wline ofmodern designs in q, granite or stone. Write me youPwish to figure on anything v line. J. R. FIELD, traveling esetive, Woodville, Miss. !R SALE Id polled cattl...

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 April 1908

I;~rr~.-"-- n ·~· - The True Democrat. MRS. M. E. LEAKE, Editor and Proprietor. Harry J. Leake, Associate Editor and Publisher. O()icial Journal of the Parish of West Feli ciana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran oivsille. and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter rf-ise. a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. LI. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francisville. La.. as second-class mail matter. Subscription. $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, April 5, 1908. TIlE PARITY PLA'TFO M. The executive committee of the new Democratic State Cen- ot tral Committee is doing its best co to repair the injury done the mi party by the outgoing committee e in the latter's last official acts. The new committee, appointed a a sub-committee to draft a plat- s form for the party, making ex- di pression of where the party real- at ly stands. The duS y has been ot admirably performed by five c )untry members, a...

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. — 4 April 1908

IP rohibition i t Prohibition in Mlarfie-!. , The League is il ie,'' ters froi l islt r:uf in \. lansield and Natchito' I , - T. ;tice to the effects of :' iti in these tomtns. As t, lir . towfn is orlon 0f te( l ' exalile" of the' eftf'cs II! ttll bition in bankrupu a Mansfield l ,tteri 1 , - ,1 ii commended for ear'f a itcomes from a . i apo0ition to h ,, :iii I data at his finger ends. The letters read: Mansfield, La., M;uI'. I 1. 1!:º.r DE.AK tiMAIA.M, In reply Itt \ tdf re f quest for our o01nin , rt *ading the effects of pctohibit i,,l upo ll01 this city, beg to s:ay that tt, this date we have seen non,, b])t the very best results from i Prohibition has not t'',ec.ted unfavorably busiless ',i , o(n tile contrary any of (:wi mte' chants will testify thlt crtcash trade is better now t1;11n this time last year, becaut,' 11n(,m V that formerly went for linolr is I now thrown into channels :fi legitimate trade. This is t  ii, not withstanding the fact t!:ht indus trial conditi...

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 April 1908

The True Democrat. MRS. M. E. LEAKE, Editor and Proprietor. Harry J. Leake, Associate Editor and Publisher. Oficial Journal of the Parish of West Feli clana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Frau eioville. and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter prise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter, La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the l',)st Office at St. Francisville. ha.. as second-c'hlass mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, April 5, 190M. Hints on Road Work. U. S. Office of Public Roads tells how to make and maintain a model earth road. Gives prac tli al suggestions. The plow, the drag scraper, the road grader, and the split log di a are the constant friends of the road over seer. The persistent and powerful enemies of earth roads are water and narrow tires, and the coi - s Lnt eff rt of the m n i-i ch trge o the roads should be to guard against their destructive effects and remedy all ...

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. — 4 April 1908

tio pa ce vo Beautiful Glassware Free! ar qEveryone who makes cash purchases to the ft on cen amount of $2.50, at our store on Monday, April 6, or Tuesday, April7 7 will receive a nice piece of glassware free. Besides getting the full value of your money in what you buy, you have the additional ad vantage of getting something useful FREE. jTlhis offer is for these two days only RespeCtfuly, M. Cohen & Co. Bayou Sara, La., Near the River Front. e Democratic State Committee's Ad. i dress. Through its Chairman, Hon. e AlbertEstopinal, the State Demo- t cratic Executive Committee has u issued a ringing address to the i Louisiana Democracy. Among other important princi ples, it declares for taxation based on uniform and equable as sessments to meet the legitimate expenses of government and made as little burdensome as pos sible, and the refunding of the public debt at the lowest rate ob tainable and the retirement of the debt, for which means are to be provided. It pronounces against...

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. — 4 April 1908

PERSONAL .BUT POLITE. To Mrs. Samuel Lawrason is quite ill this week. Mrs. S. H. Barrow returnsd cal from the North, Saturday. tol Miss Zellie Lawrason was ex Ce pected home last night. th H. T. Laboye of New Orleans an arrived Monday to visit his old ye home. no Miss Emma Thorns of Jackson oa spent Sunday afternoon at her a home here. to Mrs. T. H. Daigre has return- Ri ed from Ashville, N. C. and is TI visiting her mother, Mrs. Szaho at of Bayou Sara. Ti Miss Augusta Sherrard spent bE part of the week int he country. fo Mrs.. R. Teutsch, not being so hi well has her trained nurse, Miss Tace with her again. is Hon. W. B. Turner, mayor of ao Alexandria, made a short visit to w his relatives at Riddle last week. in Mrs. J. W. Lopez is on a visit m to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Riddle. ol Thos Town left Wednesday to n, visit Washington, where his son d? and daughter reside. b Mrs. B. E. Eskridge went to s1 Shreveport this week to attend a o, ,missionary conference. Mrs. Alice Lea...

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 April 1908

The True Democrat. ... St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish, La., Saturday, April 11, 1908. No. 10 Vel. XVII. No. I0 L. MyUNSON, Attorney at Law Will practice in the court of East ,d West Feliciana. (e in Bank of West Feliciafna ldur. St. Francisville, La. U. BALL, Dentist. X9} Magazine St., New Orleans La. J. BABIN, N, Dentist. ~ie on second floor of bIank of West Felieiana Buildin . Hours: 8 a. m. to 12 m. and 1 to 5 ip. im. , MBSTONES Alex. Enochs, ,tcessor to E. Enochs. dealelr and ianufacturer of Sarcophag'us Monu ments, Monuments and Ith adtones. Marble and Granite of hI,t quality. Workmanship at lowest plrics. CYPRESS SHINGLES Best hand made cypress shingles, best heart and sap grade posts and blocks. PhoneChas. Weydert. ('. MIETZ. T T. LAWSON, Blacksmith, wheelwright, and llu re pairer. Horse shoeing a specialty. Give me a trial. Satisfaction gtuaran ted. J. HENDFRSON, Watches, diamonds, silverware, toilet adoptical goods. Watch repairing aspecialty. OMBSTONES trlipse Mar...

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 April 1908

The True De i crat. MRS. M. E. LEAKE, Editor and Proprieto0. Harry J. Leake, Associate Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of the Parish of West Feli oiana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran eisville, and of the School Hoard. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter prise. a weekly newspaper for the town of Sl.Lughter. La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Oftlce at St. Francisville. La.. as second-class mail matter. Subscription. $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, April 11, 190,. TIlE EXECITI I'E COMM1l'J'T- of a curr TEE'S CAL L. on mitt The President of the Demo- ,en, cratic Executive Committee made u a call, last week, in these col- port umns to all good Democrats in ine this parish to support the nomi- sta nees from top to bottom of the airi t'eket. An equally stalwart Dem- oth ocrat, today, under the pen name re of "Alba," makes a similar call, the giving his rersons therefor, in ; the dread name of Republican or; dominion....

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 April 1908

IlOetiog 0of School Direcors. csle, La., April 1, 1908 St regl is quarterly session of the od f School Directors of the 01Wfest Feliciana was called Swith the following present: or p Bowman, Sec. A. M1. - U U Brooks, M C . ' I I aD percy, W B SmithI. I W . Ard. Quorum present. its''" of the precedingfl imt pdofthe intervening mcetin, of otive Co.mmittee were read, Sumotion  ,pproved. ' .report Of A' M. Hendon Ti as ge, 1 read as follows: IlfogIB THY QUARTER. 6! mloplabourne, exrtreasurer rt, talte urrentschool fund B1':: 1o t, poll taxes osUected 134 (00 SpnOceJuryapyropristgen t Rf 75 00 Te of St. Francisville. whte1. ot Fors .roa s 1 00n g JNe , Iat5.est on sixteenthl 1o 1 I0 00 suplibrSes .. %5 0 BC Wtelle, percentage of Sfret ol d o D........... .. . mit a Jullo Freyhan. for high N ) 00 .le c to .......... . .o t rofhm c C o u(Error) - $10212 5 t . . .. . . . ............. S I iuurrT 103 TEEB QUARTEI. a, white 3.18, rol s n 1-2............ ........ . . 1 ,w ulwaisc hooho s...

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 April 1908

The True Democrat. MRS. M. E. LEAKE, Editor and Proprietor Harry J. Leake, Associate Editor and Publisher. Offcial Journal of the Parish of West Feli &iana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran oisville, and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter prise. a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francisville, La., as second-class mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Sturd-ay, April 11, 1908. Saturdayr, April 11, 1908. A Bad Argument for High License. The current issue of Harper's Magazine contains a touching story of a girl, driven from home by a drunken father, who goes to the city to earn her livelihood as a shop-girl. Hard as is her lot, it is not so hard as that of the mother, the sister and the old crippled uncle in the wretched home in the country. Word comes however that the sister is very ill, and a plea is sent for the loan of only...

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. — 11 April 1908

WAIST We have just received a beautiful line of shirt Waists ranging in price from 50c up to $5.00 each. All of the new est and latest designs. Call and see them. Respectfully, M. Cohen & Co BAYOU SARA, LA. 4 (CO()UNICATED.) Are Yo A Democrat? Atthelate Primary you were asked "Are you a Democrat?" Your afrmative answer entitled ou to vote for the Democratic Cadidates with the understand ing that you'would vote for the party nominees at the general election. We hope that you will do so, and although the frauds in the second primary gave just muse for dissatisfaction, we know that after calm delibera ion you will conclude that it is better to make the fight for re Borm within our own party than to redress with the so called White Republicans-White Re publicans, what a misnomer! Do not deceive yourselves. There will be no white republican par tlysolongas the 14th and 15th amendments are a part of the constitution. Suppose that by the dissatisfaction of the Demo crats that the Repub...

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. — 11 April 1908

Me PERSONAL BUT POLITE. . (Cot * A.. . 0. . . 0 0 0¢. * * * F U a rro '' Fmeeting Miss Hilda Richardson has Jssweetam W. H meeting been visiting her uncle, W. H. W TForres Richardson. in meet: Miss H. E. Town went to the Motion That a wi cit}' on business. Southern Mrs. H. Hartson is he:re with Sotion Motion Mrs. R. Teutsch. That $0~( Mrs. Mary Meyer has return- continge] ed home.Moor Mrs. E. L. Newshaml and little That a w daughter went to New Orleans sions. for a few days. ('omm Mines Bates and Kilbourne dinance spent a few days in Pte Cou : from ent Mrs. J. R. Davidson goes to ther tim Alexandria, Sunday, to institute that the a R'bekah Lodge. standard Mrs. Eva Hamilton was in town iRWort Wedlnesday, a guest of the Meyer. J c scorn Mr. Carter gave a party of Gibbons friends a delightful boat ride by JnoIrvit moonlight, Tuesday night. cemen Miss Bessie Leake has return- That ed from Chicago. & E. 1 The high school teachers, also work o Miss Cornelia McGehee, went to Moti New 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. — 18 April 1908

The True Democrat. St. Francisville, West Feliclana Parish, La., Saturday, April 18, 190I . No. II IdeoaS For the Cotton Planter. he timehas now arrived when 0gyoungcotton plants wili be bject to the attack of a num berofinsects. While the boll weevil is the -my most to be feared aiter *atOn has reached the fruit stage, the one likely to do -damageto the cotton just aitappears above ground, and abortly afterwards, is the cow .espod weevil. For several seasons past these heevils have been abundant dur OgApril and May and there is -eason for believing that they ,ilbeless numerous this spring 1ae heretofore. The following -- rmation concerning this pest, thbe suggestions for avoiding i injury, are therefore not' maiss at the present time. The cowpea-pod weevil is a snall black beetle, about the syn sie as the bAll w3>vil. The ppearance of the cowpea-pod jeevil upon young cotton plants during April and May often ases great alarm to farmers who mistake it for the boll wee riland as i...

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 April 1908

The True Democrat. i LRIJE ROBINSON t Editors. MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON ors. Official Journal of the Parish of West Feli ina. the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran esville. and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter trise. a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. L . Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered ab the Post Office at St. Francisville, L.. as second-class mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, April 18, 1908. A MOIIENTUO US EL ECLTIO. Tuesday, April 21, the electors A throughout the state will go to c the polls to decide whom their a state and parish officers shall be ' for the next four years. To the , Democrat there can be no hesi tancy. He has pledged himself I to support the nominees, and he will do so. The man of honor 2 though "he sweareth to his own hurt, changeth not." This prin ciple of conduct will animate the -Democrat. It should prevent him from absenting himself from the polls, and it ...

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