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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 November 1893

ý se: t, +.s i" - - ;E -Z FLMEI LFYETE A. ATRDY NVMBR 8183 ' ·niin Sebd Oo eet A W_ o iexY 22@e L"!'1-1ft ron [Cooriaht, 18s% by the Author.] Ti diagra full" 'ried Ger trude. Foster, passionately. "That is a i act," 'returned her - brother, coolly, t'what are you going to do about * 'he young man.was lying in a ham anock, swung at the end of the piazas; i Ahis sister was seated near him, in a rookingrchair, which she kept in vigor- I 'ons motion, as though thereby trying e to accentuate her remarks concerning I -the letter she held in her hand. ] A boy, about sixteen years of age, a i'as loungiLag. on the steps, with a novel 1 before him, but the contents of that c epistle had apparently taken away his c interest in the story, for he was not l rdading. - "You surely are not surprised, Ger- a 'trude," contjnued the occupant of the 'hammock. "I have been noticing for a some time the care father took in q his toilet, when he went out on busi- I mebs. Busineso.'" laughing derisively; r ...

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. — 18 November 1893

--~-· :',H~O ER 'J. ! N OVEMBER 18, 181,3. ý UNEMPLOYED. iag upon the advent ainaber of nmi1eA ifeeitg mpoeftished West," and to thAt city for the purpose employment, the Piday "v ovrectly observes that ;Oti Mime in being out of p iyment. It is not in violation ' an: w ato seek for work. Kee- thie facts in mind, the police ' . . r 1ght te astrcet Th se people, or.i :)ave the 4u'thoritics any war .of jaw to oider their arrest so 'As they commit no overt act . itthe public peace or in vio= a of -the rights or property of -htfiFx person." this conten aon, every fair-minded man, we be . ewill approve. This protest of ihe Pleayine was made when chief fpo ce Gaster gave it as his de'ter i: mnaton to arrest and put - these :, a to work on the streets of the :t and it had a most wiholesoime effect, for the threat fell still-born. ire 'dea of those in authority tak .fng upon themselves, without sem blance of law or right, save the au totratic power that their office con fars upon them, t per...

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. — 18 November 1893

rR ;GAZETTE, .:fjrace, $1 .per Year Thi cannot go anmiss is 'rtices i1i -. · ofgoodT if youtrade tip ,'wtfflib -#Ok+tfte ±d,,Aebers - Oyters, fresh and saltt, at Robt. the Baileys. Opened, via hilf shell or % in shells. Pll tion M-r. and Mrs. Edvardl Pellerin, be '.0.iill'e, were the guests of Mr. tric and Mrs. Frank Poittboiuf last Sun- Ca day. Mr. andIrs. P. V. Miller and Miss Kate a g str Rand, of Grand Chenier, ietre in Lafayette att this week. Miss Rand will remain in Lafa-Ca tnaj 'yette. rea rRel Victor Gardebled, of Bay St. nas Louis, was in town this week. Vic Avi has a large number of frienisds here and who are always glad to see him. En Per Mr. Gonsoulin, a competent bar- are 'ber from Rayne, has been etipoyed ve by Jno. Vandergrief, in his bhrber froe -shop near the depot. - e 4ie etLte is still of the opinion sio that a street lamp at the corner of she Mr. Pellerin's hardware store, would go meet with general public favor. Victor Levy, of Orange, is spend ing some time. ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 November 1893

.;:aved From the Grave in Face and Neck Aa.-:lind at Times y, es* ' .a . anmas msSM saesses** i»;-bv been a very great sufferer frees Gcs.flhla First, alarge bunch came in my neek, graPwling as big as a good sized apple. The doe itesanoed it, and we succeeded in healing it up, imbusth disease began to appear in my face. Swlah ould swell up and affsect my eyes Z - ' alornng D they were so inflamed and swollen ' rowas blitad. Iwas in this conditios for bota year. I beesgan to take Hoods arsamp ` u>lk and when I lad used a bottle and a ball, ,, .Iswellng nmmy face had entirely gone down. I Have Been Perfotly Curq4 asi am now in good health." W. Easzcw West is ulnth, Mian. Hood's Pille cure Constipation by restor tng the peristslto ltton of the almentary caal. -t, CSRRCRYA CHOLERA INFANTUM, -S ALL AIFECTIONS OF THE BOWELS. OzvoRD L is,July ML58 Gentlemen :-We have ud your rodie Co dial in our fnml for some tim past, and are ,ercet? satisfied with its effects. Would not Sdo without it...

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. — 25 November 1893

.. . ...M -** ** * * ** AY Xi7ITUTE 4 GAZETU LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1893. m Preess vold. bosa. ae; ` fred.when, it was dons mebear4 f4luor' `tsclsswgrreaye:. isled.n TI~e hta ivs, .Girrs :r Rwee tal mes o sad y '1h s, 1 e , erwhen it wad dee I'e widthe horses.i e eOel d frral, Ap-agidhed-and e-fbousirtakaldy .AnY@g thepvery, veryw e ban . e#te proebssion,dtam sgoo frend h failydin, with-merr e dliwan ber Mel ad drive.gmthje ow oaf creaturesyin And~tbsn, wth load, exltant bark He 'Ifayl·sprung abloard I ark. heasm crowded was the aadoe -" Icoaul notAtI , sn itspaemes; Spatiently he sre a stooed hatwdasrmer'd ate o taes day .And a thse exrsmely ben r = Vt teproessnrios ohs goos d fbsriend He1cendedjutheo ronwde ofadreatours Anda several hore, eu at their clse Mosstfrocronwde wis honest anse, And never could it lose agalae; The dampness of that dreadful rain; Absthis i -wiy-se I've been toldt We had thpe edogs nose ha ays cold. s-Margaret Etge, nine batro rede urs ON TI...

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. — 25 November 1893

pis qcoead Y, r of letters of ;Yto information ef w vident that thbe a our section. and blizzard est, many of its peo lng their eyes toward It is rather by chance ave heard of this highly , for certainly little e-fort has eveir been put acaint the outside world r health-giving climate and ctive =lands, where the isivatiftn' is sure to bring lit harvest. partish wants some of eligent western farmers, effort should be made to ito come. The Gazette ' ii.best plan is to lay before trathful statement as to the -of our health, climate and iconnection a hasty, imper t reliable statement may not ropriate. For the subjoin Sin the main, we are in th one we know to be with 9opshs of veracity : -- When a man is looking nhome for his wife and children, t thought is, will they be hap a'int healthy. It has been the pression of northern and western le that Louisiana was a very Ithy place. Here is a com tive report, made some months ,by the President of the State dof Health.: Annual mortali 'r toco,...

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. — 25 November 1893

Stle of the Season! 'rV i[:VY & SON. e carry the largest and best selected Stock of 3 - lothin Htiatsf Shames. Gent's Furnishing Goods. Purchased direct from New York and other eastern cities. OO3 ing.to the tightness. of money we have Sbeen enabled to buy our goods at a SACRI FICE, and offer the same BARGAINS to our customers and the public. We are selling out our - FURNITURE and STOVES at cost. Come early while the stock is complete. LEON PLONSKY, THe LEADING MERCHANT OP LAPAYETTE. Has just returned from' New.Orleans having bought while there a large stock of GENTS p and LADIES FURNISHING GOODS, which he now has in his store. These Goods Swere bought for spot cash, and at very low figures, and, therefore, will sell cheaper than those who went north or west to buy. In prices, and quality, he defies all competition. The public is invited to call and examine the stock. FELIX DEMANADE, The Up to Date Merchant SELLS CHEAP Groceries Liquors o Crockery Willoware O + and 4 Fancy goods...

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. — 25 November 1893

A -· as Mantirea. tem ' toM s nfesh.. A1 bidfI: a te .' .. - as. atearus Rat uw tcuaare onaupao byrsesaing mor mbi rrn emS a*p*v aene-Wwe ra h~ea alm Si t o . e s m a smO e x . - 4. Bs SAL DRmiiim by nTin. nesiomon te sliaaaoo.ad pae ,by INFALNTU . .iT i OF THeE OWE i ourfamily e br some time paot, and ore =' eatstieedwith its effects. Would not s7 do without it. Respectfully. J. *. RostNsoot. 0 LPBY ALL. DRUCCISTS. ~To get __-n ealena an eVLoking Bte Smeling better- 1etter in every .r e Theo le's more consolationm ..; that Than well .epostop to Brsseib; es kr seI e ... . 1-.~ An assse. :ponder. To get biacký flesh anmd lrit ais is every- Lr bites is prescribed by lead Lipinsn's Mgzn orpoieasr l everywhere for a)l s;;: mpeats that are causing rapid loss of flesh and vital strength. s e Coeesu)h-orttes V -m.4dbg Seob 0 Dews.. N.Y. Aul dsu i. k. "An Unsatisfactory Lover," Dvy~ THE DUCHESS, Author of ""Molqy Sawn," -"Phyllis,.. "usdy Patty," "ALry, Fairy Lilian, t., s. contained in L I...

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 December 1893

LAAYETTE GAZETTE AF YETE, STU D '' ` `. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1893. NUMBER 39.  ..:II m. un. .. .. n. . .u . .n u .Inln .ul n n , nu n n nnn uo nn n ,, n n nnn rn un . n.. m .n. n. nn . n.. t . m m.. - . .- THE DUDE. $1T s pat4sYg1 gws low M8e ebll Imesl the eream of earth, - at. 1 he' h aesn*'s kneow. . dle is he, far, to work, 'Or e'en tounierstaam. er dfeae's daae--the dotes on "'torm' Is laseii m- a beau; ' Butmakes a wall-fower pIoturesque. As allthe ladies know. e ad to guess hs aim in life, ir eShier exertion ts to dre.s. Te sleep at times, andm at. And sbov himself admiriagly TOfolks in town and street. Bae nation has its special dudes To cerstai features true; But one may say-to steal a aoke ' hTYsaokee du e'l do." "--ol Beaton. to Once a Week. (JOHNSON'S DEBTOR. i Was an a:traordinsary Job to Cooleet forom hm. "W e O. M. Carter, now president of thP merican Loan- & Trust com pany of Omaha. sold his post trader's outfit at the Rosebud Indian agency ...

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 December 1893

w Secnad #S, a 3 - :89. of the Louisiana rt'm an appeal taken .aocrat frcm an ad rendered by a low iestined, we think. to t-teaching in its ultimate if it rstands. --imes-Denocrat had com 'upon testimony given in a a time the jury was out of stody of the sheriff, and the pourt held that these comments _ 't be read by the members of jury, and would influence their ict, and the higher court sus this view. e :-City Item very pertinently = If this decision stands and can cited as a precedent hereafter, iect will be that as soon as the Sof a case has commenced in of the courts, a newspaper must ot say anything about the matter M issue. Therefore, the best way :.zzle the press would be to e the matter it it desired to hush into the courts,- If it is unlaw --to publish "anything that may ptder the eye of a jurymen rel .'to a case on trial, then the ic should be excluded from the .iu'rooms, and if the newspapers ot print comments upon a ng that has actually transpired, Snext natural step...

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 December 1893

uhbi o ftfhe Seasgon! L VY & SON. W: -carry the largest and best selected Stock of , Gent's Furnishing Goods. Purchased direct from New York and other eastern cities. Owing to the tightness of money we have been enabled to buy our goods at a SACRI FICE, and offer the same BARGAINS to our customers and the public. We are selling out our FURNITURE and STOVES at cost. Conie early while the stock is complete. LEON PLONSKY, THE LEADING MERCHANT OP LAPAYBTTIE. Has just returned from New Orleans having bought while there a large stock of GENTS t and LADIES FURNISHING GOODS, a which he now has in his store. These Goods e were bought for spot cash, and at very. low figures, and, therefore, will sell cheaper than those who went north or west to buy. In p a prices, and quality, he defies all competition. The public is invited to call and examine the a stock. FELIX DEMANADE, b The Up to Date Merchan t d L SELLS CHEAP d_ Groceries t c Liquors I Crockery m N Willoware y ) and tT Fancy ° r goo...

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 December 1893

iass itself Troubales - Bright's lstisBeass Cured ibislas in my back and trouble iP eys. aThe doctors thought I had tmis I began to take Hood's ar ad I soon found that it was helping thng I had been told nothing would help thoght I would have to die. Butt con yo improve Mill I mam now in perfect s'Curss `aii as arhe as good a back as any man in Today I can do a good day's work, and seel that Hood's Sarmapsul was a God . a to me." Joar s-Tow, oottdale, Pa. t.oo's Ptlls act easily, yet promptly and amoietly, on the liver and bowels. 250. aWe GreateSt Medical Discovery of the Asg. I ENNEDY'S Ef ICAL DISCO VERY. il KErmEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., Hao discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every lind' of Humor, from the worst Scrofula -down to a common Pimple. -He hbatried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of ...

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 December 1893

SGA4LY_ *,. '" LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1893. NUMBER 40. CHIL. A n I .. - .R~ a ++ .,  a it ,  , m  - ,P , . +. . . . . .. , -. -+ g = -" --- =  . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ,- ... . . . . .. . . . . i . . . . :Tl CHDILO A STORY. ishe ruddy light heimume were in their glory sme o sa good-night. f.-u-ste- "o'ne little story·.7 u St hewsugri likSe her AagW somewapre or other, t$'sj'""lj `';`. tit her Wolsad made a stir. ` * `y %dbeggd $story from her mother, O WhWied'Md istals, also Crosese he little story-begtgin whianwy - Wthnewaof how another glossed , r Iruksome golaosy. d . ._tll backward g l bac"kward ,was the tale referrod .- . weaW her.. but when I aded. Aiaf I'had nobt-atala word, With loo.t halfopleadis. half-otended. She clasped y naeck-her childish trust ted niade the hardest heer. compliant "A little one," she.said, . '"pteao-]u . Ab t a.fairy and a giant." y I iseed ohe rlosee ssdhff I went: - a' " It-Sta-me." low, slow and steady, .She heaves...

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 December 1893

t :~ i ,s c it a time i witich .attends It ': strauss, hobow- or aint~n a uniform stop dam p aonea bun- but psils his inh tlace His and i ts y 'the ordia- it. ` e~ ii in qunti- abwhu "s reatsac- tie: t -o assi li w thi great iand perhia in tbrisi irec- mo d'wi si, i cesh of dbi w of tiadF will our in- any ation I. Grea s accu- to ,aitlamight well be frog .ithh smaller percentages of mai The most efficient of all thei pistsrs the business maw has stts charity into his daily the yea ;rd.F4AFF AND T EE son : COUNTRY. and _ 'Stites. on. the new tariff bill, Di -sit on the grOund ,that Di t will reduce the cost of the f es of life to the consumers me "ifrom being the radical and vac measure the manufacturers Dis the committee to report. den tie.bill was first given out to All ithe Republican press de if it became a law the Po` of the country would be me md' the direst disaster imagi- we wtld fall upon the country. ste .cKEnly lifted his hands int or when asked for his opinion ill, .an...

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 December 1893

;;; ' tle~ frg." t anid best selected Stock of tsi - Furhilhing Goods. `tr+ h+aed. de:iieb l et frbm New York anid other eastern cities. : o' t ghtaeoi.noney we have beets enabled to buy our goods at a SACRf FICE, and ofer the;same BARGAINS to our customers and the public. We are selling out our FURNITURE .and STOVES .at cost. S:: ome arly while the 'stock is complete. 1P PLONSKY, -- HE LADIXG MERCHANT OP LAPAYETTE. y dst retI ined from New Orleans having bought while there a large stock of GENTS -and 'it~AIES FURNISMING GOODS, which he now has in his store. These Goods were bought "for spot cash, and at very low figures, and,' therefore, will sell cheaper than those who went north or west to buy. In prices, and quality, he defies all competition. Thei public is invited to call and examine the stock. FELIX DEMANADE, The Up to Date Merchan t SELS CtEAP` Liquors 6roceries Crockery V -t Willoware " and a Fancy goods LAFAYETTE, - - - - - LOUISIANA. I Big Store 2 " warerooms Has just b...

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 December 1893

-.J - o v Svr, awsavlla 'Canes a ' castion of Diseases 'bmewr bees a _Vryssseer es ur me - 2sg of I#a psas' areeid semt.an as .s ve;- . r:o.ns for thete ,o plhata. mys eamer - at t -s u'at se orse are ilthm sal e and my coue ash. ed me ·o m eat scarely walk. Liae several astass of W`"marsre I-then asd an attack or see asasses, asi digestiona Uamy her amplatce., O an|es ': ne tom room for three paonfLha. Ib sead ' r erm an ood moisie, so z shaosWe. Wheon e I ad r us ts fnd Scured someof s-emorrha.e tat I Same a married mI manprove thirty-si Sears walk ot or doors e with my wife md two little girls at Durham, Mo. trength ed this brief and plain o enables mea unders it. My cas writen Come.t, N.PJ.'i"p ee. CieN, P. teset digestion. cure headache. Try a tbo o45 April 5, m a. o man ' To wypl'sof German Byrn cuted me of Hemorrhage of the Lungs when other remedies failed. I am a married man and, thirty-six years of age, and live with my wife and two little girls at Durham, Mo. I have stat...

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 December 1893

SlGAZETTR y f f ' LAFAYETTR, LA., "SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16,1893. NME 1 stairmy house on 7 ,r. . wt. nalbu. 1tlen e 11 wss huge@s ipereahed em aba 4 t ities the r isb sle er stau. SiV the ibd at gte "rose-tree, usheeding Snteniag~ storm!' the blithe leasfchaser, rejoleing in ;.gi-no arsoird for the morrow-they . : qwuo eare. today: . - And the thoumad things : . Thatthe future btrings Sma sblnk testueh as they. '.i3~. by the household Ingle, can interpret the #d t Ws ooehoos" through the keyhole. . rea shadow the house enshrouds: Ad I Moei I must quit my mountain, and go d awnli to the vale below. Wor my horse is chill Ons the windy all, the a tu mmntempests blow. My mind is for ever drawing an Instructive r all - lel - temporal thiegs that perish and eternal things that dwell Whien billows and waves surround ma. and wa tesr my soul o:erdow. I deseend in hope S rom the mountain top To'the sheltering vale below. I go down to the valley of silenee, where the worldly are never met; I kn...

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 December 1893

lwell ais taus th a ,- , oa . . , o - mss' 2' a sIdesir to sats that ti wlr cdac pubhish i nterest toand er. WeA. very much wtom-r reasons mutually understood, C . -A.. Thomas, half owner motor of The Gazette prom its C ' number,- retires from the . e-- ha ing sold his interest to owner. We very much ':rIu wfully+ the motives that ae ctuated this step on his part. Thomas i as yet undecided as S;his future course, however we Wiu ely hope that wherever his .may fall they will meet with .aeounded success. .:ME.2'IENG OF TWHE SCHOOL TEA CHAERS. A. general invitation is extended Sb all teachers and superintendents Sof;~ public instruction in the several i parishes in the State to attend the firut annual meeting of the Louisiana I Publie School Teachers' Associa- I .don, to be held in New Iberia on the 26th a2tlr, and 2sth instants. This meeting, from the arrange -ments made and the program laid out, promises far reaching results . ii the advancement of public in struution, and hence, it ...

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 December 1893

TIts LnEADMGx MRCHANT OP LAPATYTTL. i as just returned- from New Orleans having S jught while there a lafge stock of GEiNTS and LADIES FURNISMHING GOODS6, which he now has in his store. These Goods were bought for spot cash, and at very .low figures, and, therefore; will sell cheaper than those who went north or west to buy. In prices, and quality, he defies all competition. The public is invited to call and examine the stock. .' E B. (FINEST BEYOND QUESTION.) -AT L. LEYY.& SO N. The "F. B. Q." is concededly the best and finest cloth ing made- At the recent "Great Bankrupt Sale of the Dixie Clothing House" on Canal street in New Orleans, we have bought an immense stock of these goods at 75 per cent lower than manufacturer's prices, which we offer to the trade atprices of cheap clothing. Call and see for yourself. FELIX DEMANADE, The Up to Date Merchant SELLS CHEAP Groceries ÷ + Liquors Crockery " m = Willowa e t and Fancy goods LAFAYETTE, - - - - LOUISIANA. I Big Store 2 " wa...

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 December 1893

` Harvestt These, anf asseA D the per' ifor eeneral trade. - fat that of all the mann of harvesting ialohinery having the World's Pair, the McCor Salone complied with the R.i. to show the capabilities 4tn n the Seld. The fres osper was invented by Cyrus in 1881, and from that time Corm-lakmachines have bade 'ver alt others. They bhave i told medals. and highest -f v yts W orl'se Fair, and it was iresionthat sixteen diier 'ti~ nthrerat Binders and Mowers i.Ig mpete in the field with them. t~atib entire squson these sixteen em a their efforts to have a soor aii aveir done-4 verythingpossi o'Uet b the- Commission and prevent a ? ieeesn fineld exhibit that should test the g qalities of the -machines. And a four months' .fight by the of harvesting machines who did not S`~ Orzsna-iek in the eld-a fight teUteStates Commission t o+ea.~ ivery turn that the only way to ex i e ainmachnle was by seeing it at work in .;. ield-andafter having signed an agree Swith aUll the others not to show i...

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