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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 28 September 1901

WRY NOT COME AT ONCE And fit-yourself up in the latest and best? We have a superb line of Gentlemen's Furnishings. We will dre.ss you from head to foot and it won,)'t cost you any more than what you pay for inferior ,ood'ls. Lafayette Clothing House. If You Anticipate Going Off on a Trip Or attend school you may need a Trunk, Suit Case or Traveling Bag. You can save 20 per cent by purchasing same from PLO-NSKY BROS. B. FAL K Dealer in......... General Merchandise, mo Will always quote you The lowest prices and sell you The best goods. Have your Job Printing Done at this Office. Ewell & Durke -Have Received- 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules, All Young and in Good Condition. Will be sold on 40 or 90 days' time. Mules can be seen on Woodlawn Plantation, formerly Rtemick place. For particulars phone or write to JOE EWELL at Abbeville, or write to H. M. DURKE, Lafayette. Aug., i--8t, SI nen "egnaud. Calbert Comeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fine - Liquors. - Wines, - and - Cig...

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. — 28 September 1901

"f U a3 e aou ses, was It M O September evey store was j sale tlsrvies held at the day imhoeor of the dead preai " A sember of place, partacularly : Or -oe, wereatly draped in mourn- the and tit eS gees fred. Dautag the servie. Father F. J. Grimand eb the sable character of Mr. McKim-. Md the gret work he had accomplished, ho . me epresed his horror it eomaon with the Aueca people at the terrible crime that day l' been committed. The Town Comacil I adapted appropriate resolations and a copy M arwarded to the bereaved widow. y" . Fred Tlshan. of Gueydam, was visit- fay log frields In Carscro a few days smace. inti The people living in the neighborhood of fut the Roger school, have raised a subscrip- I tis now amoning to $85.0 for the pur- las pose aof building a new school house. Mr. Rssemaid Como, a public spirited and La peoiment citizen of the vicinity, has da' domated a portion of land located in a plt heamtiful grove on which the new building will be erected. Mr. Conro takes a ...

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. — 5 October 1901

eM DOgg ALLagWW KINDSW OF J DOL DFNEND US ONE DOI LAR AND R ETT H E UYE RRICE... A ZET..T E . EV T P .. OFFICIAL JOUIINAL OF THE PABISH AND TOWN ONF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1901. NUMBER 32. JAMES MEANS. Reliable Shoes for Men JAMES MEANS For 23 Years The Standard Medium Price shoe James Means Shoes - - - Look well. James Means Shoes - - - Fit well. James Means Sohes - - - Wear well. James Means Shoes - - Always the same. ......Every pair you buy will be as good as the first pair....... You get style, Fit and Ouality, James Means Shoes are sold on Principle. The idea is not-JUST TO MAKE A , SALE. The Principle is-TO PLEASE THE WEARER. Report to us or to JAMES MEAN CO., Bridgewater, Mass. Any defect in 3' ,-z - ,~~~ Me a.--.r - 0--1. e s --Honest Shoes.- $2.50 -Reliable Shoes. Price the same from ocean to ocean. To be had only at jBRA l"V SON 'S. g*.*i:6:: aS.::D: The Blue Store. :.::-::::.'3 0 agrld9)er' deail O O oese are dfod N edo N 16 =...

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. — 5 October 1901

" r l:: is1 o- 'rwn and e 1abpaais La56. Voe a. t Seemd ---. r rss Oct. s. 5,901. "' 1 3 Va·-OL3 _T AsOO0IATION. ). CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, CH NO. 795 meets tat and 3d San sl highS mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. ddmss IRobe. H. Bromasard, Secretary, mrard, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS amets 1st Saturday of each month, at court boans. so a. m. ROOSE VELT AND THE SOUTH. Telegraphic dispatches from Washington announce that Presi dent Roosevelt will give the high ball to the old-time Republicans in the South and that he will take to his warm bosom the recent converts to Republicanism in Dixie. It is even stated that where it will not be possible to find Republicans of character and respectability to fill Federal offices the president will call upon the Democrats to come to his rescue. It is reported that a few days ago Booker T. Washing ton, the most prominent negro in the South, who is president of l'us keegee University, was invited by the president to call at the White House t...

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. — 5 October 1901

WHY NOT C. OME AT ONCE And fit yourself up in the latest andl best? We have a superb line of Gentlemen's Furnishings. We will dr%.ss you from head to foot and it won't cost you any more than what you pay for inferior goods. Lafayette Clothing House. If You Anticipate 6oing Off on a Trip Or attend school you may need a Trunk, Suit Case or Traveling Bag. You can save 20 per cent by purchasing same from PLONSKY BROS.: B. FALR, Dealer in........ General Merchandise, Will always quote you The lowest prices an"d sell you The best goods. Have your Job Printing Done at this Office. Ewell & Durke -Have Received- 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules, All Young and in Good Condition. Will be sold on vO or 90 days' time. Mules can be seen on WVoodlawn Plantation, formerly Remick place. For particulars phone or write to JOE EWELL at Abbeville, or write to H. M. DURKE, Lafayette. Aug. lo--St. 81 neon Begnaud. Calbert Comeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fine - Liquors. - Wines, - and - Cigars....

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. — 5 October 1901

heb se. sathl w' 1-isae A vesled sad isterst u.g An to the embitas ieL fam -- tthartr dan t *he 1u. lva re ad progressive - he a wi waB te anouded as ;:.. gfve off all charge, E ta oorpetLt ae hr premiuad-three Splate byinad te r ehmost sahibits. srteed waresao tlme-r anpd and gkan eaeed waIatat 4 eleraot zed copper hat racks with reanch plate mirror,. dose S ds. eoan t froaned d plat arge m a dsdao heandome framed medium ied elorapka, large frame of photos, a olrsed ute la grold frame, a col msst bead in p oe trame, a framed chalk sktchl bcope orfeni Ld rT e s copk of Msosue' "Bridal Party," t doses col oard litrhgrapbs of Old M sers, and a num ber of other prizes will be distributed free hibitors will have the further advant age of having their exhibits anctioned on for their benefrt, thus' aording ladies a ready market for their handiwork. No farmer eed hesitate from enatering the tests oa accont of want of preparation. As every exhibitor will enter on the same foot lag peoducts...

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. — 12 October 1901

WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB SEND US ONE DO! JAR AND YOU PEINTING NEATLY AND PROMl TL'. fTH E LAY ET T E [TEWILL RECEIVE THI" PAPER ONE vTHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL? OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. . LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1901. NUMBER 33. -JAMES MEANS. Reliable Shoes for Men 'JAMES MEANS For 23 Years The Standard Medium Price Shoe James Meins Shoes - - - Look well. James Means Shoes - - - Fit well. James Means Sohes - - - Wear well. James Means Shoes - - Always the same. ......Every pair you buy will be as good as the first pair....... You get style, Fit and Quality1 James Means Shoes are sold on Principle. The idea is not--JUST TO MAKE A SALE. The Principle is-TO PLEASE THE WEARER. Report to us or to W JAMES MEAN CO., Bridgewater, Mass. Any defect in S res - a.s - es -Honest Shoes.- $2.50 -Reliable Shoes.~ Price the same from ocean to ocean. To be had only at BRA M4 SO 'S m. i 9 B eI Th u e Sto re.9 g9999 TH E Right Place to Buy Is the pl...

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. — 12 October 1901

O sksea as .nce S(, t. la 1908. '· CATWOIC ICNGsMT OF AMERICA, RAMIA(CH NO. flA moats st ad  Sun afr bigh m , at mell. I, ,,Add. H. Bromsard, Secretary, UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS mats 1st Saturday of each month, at court hone. so a. m. AN OBJECT LESSON. Writing from Dexter, lows, to the Republican Idea of Abbeville, Mrs Ella C. Moody has the fol lowing to say about the public schools in that State: But I must tell you about the schools which all "'took up" on the hrst Monday in this month. About forty rods from my window, where I now sit, stands one of the picturese country school bouses upon a beautil high and rolling plat of ground, mid to be the macest school plat in the town ship. The public schools in the model school houses of the country here, are now in -"full blast," so to speak. 0, I wish I could show you the modern school houses now adopted every where here. They stand just two miles apart in every direction. In size, they are about 25 a 30 or 40, as needed, and cost o...

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. — 12 October 1901

WWWNOT COME AT ONCE And fit yourself up in the latest and best? We have a superb line of Gentlemen's Furnishings. We will dress you from head to foot and it woni't cost you any more than what you pay for inferior goods. Lafayette Clothing House. We ate sole agents for the Famous Nettleton Men Shoes. We havy them In ali shapes and leathers; prices, $5.oo, $5.50 and $6. oo. Wear NETTLETON WATER TIGHT BUILT AND BOX STITCH SHOES. Once worn you will wear no other. PLONSKY BROS. B. FALK. Dealer in........ General Merchandise, N Will always quote you -The lowest prices and sell you The best goods.' Have yonr Job Printing. Done at this Office. Ewell & Durke - Have Received - 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules, All Young and in Good Condition. Will be sold on I J0 or 90 days' time. Mules can be seen on Woodlawn Plantation, formerly demick place. s For particulars phone or write to JOE EWELL at Abbeville, or write to H. M. DURKE, Lafayette. Aug. to--8t. 81 neon Begonaud. Calbert Comeau BEGNA...

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. — 12 October 1901

fs ". .o-' coast wia er any win one of #i they fail to l hame the satis 2tit they have ther share to a plan obe t s sole object the of agricultural metb Sparish whose thickly settled -wall compel the adoption of intensive methods in the God helps those who help and if the farmers will come together in a competitive It will go far towards stimulat xertiom. i"Mr. A wins first prize for cotton,  for corn, C for cane and so on. ±" 'The others will Immediately find : t the why and wherefore "e,,d in the future apply the same remedy. Take cane for instance. Te aver i age tonnage is about z5 tons per acre. This can easily be doubledl oa the same land with ver. liitlc extra expense. Remember that this fair is only a starter in what is intended. to be an Sannual tair, to which in the future, outsiders will be invited; if not to  compete, to witness the competi t ion. That if the farmers take an interest in the matter, an organiza tion of farmers and business men will be perfected to give ...

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. — 19 October 1901

WE DO ALL HINDS OF JOB TEDUSH E 4 RNNEATLYARM THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. - -" GET OUR PRICES -'."................ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1901. NUMBER 34. JAMES. M EAN. Reliable Shoes for Men JAMES MEANS For 23 Years The Standard Medium Price Nhoe James Means Shoes - - Look well. James Means Shoes - - - Fit well. James Means Sohes - - - Wear well. James Means Shoes - - Always the same. ..... Every pair you buy will be as good as the first pair....... You get style, Fit and Quality, James Means Shoes are sold on Principle. The idea is not-JUST TO MAKE A SALE. The Principle is-TO PLEASE THE WEARER. Report to us or to JAMES MEAN CO., Bridgewater, Mass. Any defect ig '. ---es- ,,...,r.s - S -.oes. -Hoest Shoes.- $ .50 Reliable Shoes. Price the same from ocean to ocean. To be had only at :..'.~·~-'T.3::-Th he B lue Sto re.» 3:.. :::.. TH E - Right Place to Buy Is the place where goods are bought direct fro...

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. — 19 October 1901

La. as 4 m s aw €seead EMOURTS OF AMERICA, S NO.t e mets st andd sea -hgh man , at Home Fe ho all. Rt e . L Breowu, Secretary, lrrBD CONOFEDERATE VETERANS a sat Satenday of each month, at court. Vie` to A. a. m TAE RAILROAD ELECTION. Some time ago the Advocate entered at samk leagth lute a description of the con m ls iadvantages of Baton Rouge, and it nahealtatngly amerted without fear of contadiction that they were unsurpassed by any other town or city in the United States. The Advocate showed that Baton Roauge oerd at its front and its contiguons bank faclties for a sea and river port of evems miles in length, where wharves and other landing facilities of an absolutely per manent charactu could be erected. When it is easidered that the Mississippi is as deep between Baton Rouge and New Orleans as i is from the mouth of the river to New Orleans, and that a steam vessel can apeend the sfo miles of river intervening between the two points, in so or as hours, it is in no way extravag...

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. — 19 October 1901

WHY NOT COME AT ONCE And fit yourself up in the latest and belt? We have a superb line of Gentlemen's Furnishings. We will dre.ss you from head to foot and it w,,'t cost you any more than what ,t. pay for inferior stools. Lafayette Clothing House. We are sole agents for the Famous Hettleton Men Shoes. We have them in at' shapes and leathers; prices, $5.oo, $5.50 and $6.oo. Wear NETI'I.E'TON WATER 'FIGHT BUILT AND BOX STITCH SHOES. Once worn you will wear ro other. PLONSKY BROS. B . I DLealer in........ General Merchandise, Will always quote you The lowest prices an sell you The best goods. Ewell & Durke * - Have Received 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules. All Young and in Good Condition. Will be sold on JO or 90 days' time. Mules can be seen on WVoodlawn Plantation, formerly xiemick place. For particulars phone or write to JOE EWELL at Abbeville, or write to H. M. DURKE, Lafayette. Aug. Io--8t. Sienon Begnaud. Calbert Comeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fine - Liquors, - Win...

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. — 19 October 1901

- mated .i .-ns di8ctonaries V' Is .be distributed e~uspts on a the 1 pfier, r at Scott, free of Sexcept that exhibitors del ai e (under addatvit if vmemsasry) that articles exhibited p raised or. made at home, the a. being to encourage home in All agricultural products should be ia place not later than the e en lag of the 26th. The live stock can be brought the day of the fair. No committeeman will compete for -a article of which he is to serve as judge, but judges are urged to bring out their produce and live stock for the inspection of the tarmers. Music will be furnished by the Broussard band and speeches in French and English will be deliv ered by the following able speakers: Judge Julian Mouton. Robt. Bruce Martin, Prof. Alleman, Prof. Lionel Mayer, John Kennedy, Esq.. and others. The prizes will be awarded and delivered;that evening. The enter tainment will conclude with a grand ball. Every lady in attendance will be entitled to draw for a handsome watch, after which the gent...

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. — 26 October 1901

a ,' '  ,... .  ..... - .. .. _ / .1ý. ,  . /; ,.i. ." r" . , .. i '  ;ý, for? 'ý: WN .  ' a . -. .,, # -' - ,\'  ,.n, , .,: -' ,*, ' ,  .J,, .  - "' - " O U R .RI.... rr WE p A.LL KINDS OF JoB ~r 33J 0113r 301 fqAU.· PSINTUIG IIEAThY AND PROMFFLk. WILL RECEIVE TM IJS FAIRE 'HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE.  ...OFFICIAL JOBURNAL OF THE PFBIJH AND TOWN OP LAFAYETT.. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1901. NUMBER 3. - dl l I ni I I I i l l i a IllI l il H iito ll i imlI~lam • lli lil i I I N ,n i • llai I • l I I i Il I nil n • e I I I n II II I ll~l I •II • I I l I llllI iil l imRil I I I II II I I I Hi I -JAMES MEANS. Reliable Shoes for Men •-JAMES MEANS For 23 Years The Standard Medium Price rhoe James Means Shoes - - Look well. James Means Shoes - - - Fit well. James Means Sohes - - - - Wear well. James Means Shoes - - Always the same. ......Every pair you buy will be as good as the first pair....... You aet style, Fit and Ouality, James Means S...

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. — 26 October 1901

r abge carer 1 o0T11 Of A siBiCA, ert S Maesanett sht ad 3e Sat i lr high meoa at Hoe End Co. hall i otb.e . ethoeatrd, secretary, La. ITlD ONIDE ATE VIETERANS Smsem ass Saturdy oj each mouth, at court. No one who has watched the reosarkable career of Presider t Roosevelt will be surprised if that erratic statesman should see fit at any time to ignore the usages and traditions of the White House. Roosevelt has his own ideas about things and before the end of his term he is likely to be heard from Since the time that the tiny feet of the lovely Queen Lil and the ponderous pedal extremities of Grover rested under the same mahogany at the White House the Booker Washington dinner has been the most talked of affair that has taken place in that historic building. The Republicans are making strenuous efforts to win the support of the Southern Democrats in New York City. Seth Low is held up as a non-partisan candidate, fighting the maunicipal corruption charged against Tammany, but it is no...

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. — 26 October 1901

WHiY NOT COME AT ONOEI And fit yourself up in the latest and best? We have a superb line of 6entlemen's Furnishings. We will dress you from head to foot and it wo,'t cost you ainy more than what you pay for inferior gods. Lafayette Clothing House. We are sole agents for the Famous Nettleton Men Shoes. ~te have them In a1l shapes and leathers; prices, $5.oo, $5.50 and . 6.oo. Wear NET I.ETON WATER TIGHT BUILT AND BOX STITCH SHOES. Once worn you will wear no other. PLONSKY BROS. B. F'A R1 Dealer in........ General Merchandise, W Will always quote you The lowest prices , nd sell you The best goods.: Ewell & Durke - Have Received 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules, All Young and in Good Condition. Will be sold on J0 or 90 days' time. Mules can be seen on Woodlawn Plantation. formerly Remick place. For particulars phone or write to JOE EWELL at Abbeville, or write to H. M. DURKE, Lafayette. Aug. jo--8t. ____________ -- I Sil-ueon Belnaud. Calbert Comeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS I...

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. — 26 October 1901

w, a. m. " 014e music. Sof comitlttees on re mea-m; award of chair eomeitsee of` arrangements. address, Robt. B. Martin. tin of products of field, td and dairy. for dinner. session: 2:3o p. m. * Music. Fitenh address, Judge Julian Meuten. English address, Hon. Overton Cade. French address, Prof. Alleman. English address, Prof. Lionel Mayer. English address,Jobn L. Kennedy. French address, P. A Chiasson. Music in the eatreacts. Report of committees on award. Music. Organization of a permanent Par .as Fair Association. Recess for supper. Night session, 8 p. m. Awarding of prizes to successful contesting exhibitors. Music. Awarding of prizes to babies. Awarding of prizes to ladies. Awarding of prizes to gentlemen Grand ball. Come one, come all. Bring your produce and compete. Don't stand back because you are not prepared. No one is ready. No one is prepared. It's a starter in the right direction; a nest-egg which will hatch out in the future and bring forth a brood of good results. Bus...

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 November 1901

WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB EER PR INTING NEATLY AND PROM P TL . WILL RECEIVE TH 1% PAPEK ONE' __i _'HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. AE GET OUR PRICES 1....................4 OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTk. , VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1901. NUMBER 36. .NoVelties at Abramson's. If you mean to take a trip could we not supply your wants in the way of a Port n ;.nt,i. chatelaines andI -Prices run from so) forth. \Ve hav'e all styl-, from the standard purse t the5 Cents to latest beaded chateiaines. $2 50 Cluze Every pair Patent Thumb Guaranteed. Kid' loves 99 cts. a Pair. FOR LADIES Ladies' A Ladies' IN CLOTH, Mercerized Sateen "Beaut." Shoulder VELVET AND Price, Capes THE Underskirts, and LATEST $2.75 Boas CUT PLUSH. Heavily Tucked. A FULL SIZE THE COLD WEATHER IS ABOUT TO REACH US, AND 10-4 White Blanket WE SHOULD LIKE TO SUP- -AT- PLY YOUR WANTS IN THE ............... WAY OF 49 Cents. We think that we -an supply the little ones in and I' and Will...

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 November 1901

, . h .. & ispt . t mSt 4)iNa as Iaosead AWR V ? ov. a, 590s. Ss, enttas s et and dt Suo ss, at Hoer Fire Cd hal. . tromarsd, Secretary,. VouT WCNFEDERATE VETERANS -lies sat mstaeeay of each month, at court M ess. so a. ea. WELL SPOKEN. Governors of Southern States were interviewed os the subject of the Booker Washington dinner, and be it said to their credit that, unlike most of the senators and coagressmen, the executives of Southern States displayed a degree of moral courage with was quite refreshing in these days of political subserviency. Gov. Heard was among the Soutnern executives who expressed their views upon the action of President Roosevelt. The Gazette believes that Gov. Heard's utter ances are creditable to him as a man and as the highest officer in the State. They are manly, digni fled, characteristically genuine, clear, forcible and true. The gover nor said: ,"President Roosevelt was, doubtless, actuated by the thought, in the abstract, that the negro of the grade...

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