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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 30 January 1909

The True Democrat_ Vii St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, January 30, 1909. No. 52 pmI iKC )X( AS )K 1AK Y AK AK AKAK a ,~ - - - - "The American Home the Safeguard of American Liberties." WHY PAY RENTi When for a few Dollars More You Can Own Your Own Home Semi-Annual Statement . OF THE Our Objects. Mutual Building and Loan I wil - M utual Building and Loan It will pay you to examine the plan of our Association, if you de Association. ff ad sire to own a home paying for it in small monthly payments. Officers and . The objects of this Associarion are two: For the Six Months Ending Dec. 31. 1908. 1. To provide a safe and .profitable method of investing the LOCATED AT , Directors. small savings of its shareholders. St. Francisville 2r. To urnish them with the means of borrowing money to St. Francisvill, La. S. McC. LAWRASON, build, purchase, and improve homes for themselves. OFFICERS President. The funds of this Association are invested in first mortgage ( S. MeG. LA...

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. — 30 January 1909

The True Democrat. ELRIE ROBINSON i Editors. MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON i" Otuicial Journal of the Parish of W\Vet Feli ciana. the 'l'own of Bayou Sara and St. Fran- ir cisville, and of the School Hoard. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter rise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Ofice at St. Francisville. t La.. as second class mail nmtter. O Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, January 30. 1909. Why School Board Members? C In another place appears the names of the local trustees of parish schools, in so far as ac ceptances have been received. No spirit of caviling is suggested t by the personality of these men, all of whom are good citizens, but it will occur to almost any disinterested observer that sev eral of these trustees are already members of the School Board and therefore ex-otficio trustees of the schools near which they reside. If the purpose of the appointment of lo...

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. — 30 January 1909

A. VILLERET, Bayou Sara, La. HeadquartCes for Drugs. Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles. Stationery. .:igars, Candies, Etc. Prescriptions Carefully Filled. ADVERT'ISE YOUR 1USINESS INTHIS PAPER. At Kilbourne's Drug Store j You will find a fihll and complete line of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta tionery, Calndies, lohacco, Cigars &. Window Glass. If it's good we have it. If we have it it's good. Its HARPER RYE i "ON EVERY TONGUE." Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; best and saf. est for all uses. Crystal drops from golden grain: pure and mellow, rich and fragrant: the ;deal stimulant for universal use. l Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. S. I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Hats, Clothing, HIlousefurnishing, Etc. Brick For Sale. We are prepared to furnish a first-class hard pressed build Di ing brick in anyquanity - - - Wsuld be glad to figure with you if you want good brick - - Bayou Sara Bri...

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. — 30 January 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well has been put in all through the t South as well as the North, and { is the only well by which you can ' obtain an inexhaustible flow of : water. For particvlars, prices, etc., apply to Henry Graber, ST. FRANCISVILSIu LA. S U. BALL, Dentist. 4934 Magazine St., New Orleans La. f: ---_____________________ JOE GRAHAM, Fashionable and Reliable Tailor. Altering. Cleaning, Repairing and Dyeing. Ladies' Skirts a Specialty. Work done on short notice. Shop located behind Bank of West Fe liciana Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. Watches. diamonds. silverware, toilet and optical good.s. Watch repairing a supecialtý. j. c. MAGIEARL, -i.. Butcher- onest =- Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot I'assven lr and Light I'ackages taken. J. F. liRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRAN('TSVILLE, LA. --('onducted by- Mrs. F. M. Davidson. B oard by the day., week. or month. Moderate I'ice.. Good hoard. ('omfortable Rooms. Business Directory.' C L. MUNSON, Att...

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. — 30 January 1909

SONAL BUT POLITE (;, .\I . ;!ill( I'llgelle el visit,(t I ti, ' S til(lal . }511 '(ctlinýi IIt Pii l', sit rtle s s t i; - . , tii' m ell ,( t Orleanls. '; ircuit i' I .';ll"L';il/l a ast S u llli'd , ,. ,Killlbºo rnit' w;11 here ercY iii~ ' ,I itl i siiess xanid 11:1. :s. \\'oo(i :(111 (lan ughter guests of .lrs. E. L. two lays tlis w ,,ik. P. HioWii lim has lienl .ith an attack of i' l W. ,Jonl.s and (aug1 lo'elfn ', \Vi, ' jin town os. Butler anl (aughl Sallie, were in New ra few ldays this week. Mrs. J. S. lI('(ehee ayl fIo thi'ir home in binson of F't. Worthi'i, Xl)ete tt d a ' (1 i ly i ) visit r Eh'ie ia sinion., nie IZici;lr(Is 50,11 went )11e W, . lloll ;'tg . ariro\\W is gi ne11 to ge to hel i n ' tl ('t ;itaill tentiary walls. Mrs. A. M1. Hllendon s at Hihlanl(Id. Tues former visited Wey 1 that day. . Stirling returned en, Saturday ievening, (d by her little grand 'an Percy. ie Leet of Morieauville e funeral of hli'r sis treenaux, wlichl took ay. ilda S iimmons, Hatti...

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. — 30 January 1909

W, W. LIE.\KI ,. l'(esidlent. W. II. ICI \IUI)SON, Vice- I'resident. THE PEOPLE'S BANK St. Francisville, La. Capital - - $50,000 Surplus - - $2,500 Dii R('TORT: W. W. Leake, K.( '. Smith. A. F. I arrow. Sam'l. a' ('ater, I E. E. k-s ridge. '. W'. (1rt. ('. F. Howell, \\. HI. Richardson, Ien. Mal nn. IL. ('. WVicklitTe. F. ). 1Iamilton. - A General banking business transacted. Liberal accommodation in accord with sound and conservative Ianiking extended platrons. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. 00000000n0000[00Q0000C0000 nPercy & Porreste L F1re slaur ance Agenoy Q -] REPRSellNTI THE FOLLOWINQ RELIABLE OOMPANIESt iS O NAME ASSETS Li Q- ,Aetna ......................... 4,ss4,5! 9 N)n F Fire Association ............. 7.810,75 00 Li German American.......... 13,50M,0;38 0I) Q I artford ..................... 1I,920,iI0 00 ri Home of New York........... 20.,;2.1;97 I) O North America .............. 11l,20i ,10 1 00 National ......................

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. — 6 February 1909

The True Democrat. St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, February 8, 909. No. I xvi _ _"__ u m, a ,. . . . . . gits for Stock Owners. is a distrlcssing affee ot should never l)e 1er r toretain a place on any 1itis easily cured. Rub of tar one ounce, and whale uonces, or one-half pound d soap and alcohol. In all oil all blankets, and treat ,strong solution of caustic all woodwork, harness, combs all whatever is infested with the germs Iewe dies her fleece will Irfuneral expenses, if she her spring wool and fall pa double revenue. po feed feed corn to the _ ewes; it is too heating. So.thirds oats, one-third bran, with a little oil-meal in. The grain should be with care. amuch cream for the calf is abad as too much money boy. u-eful milker, quiet in his bout the stable, is worth dollars more in a single than one who is brutal. eighty to ninety per of milk is water. So when do anything that induces ae to drink less freely it off your profits. of the surest signs of im...

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. — 6 February 1909

The True Democrat. ELRIE ROHINSON I itors. MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON Oficial Journal of the 'arish of West l'eli liana, the Towns of Hayou Sara and St. F'ran etlvill.e and of the School Board. We also own and iuhlish Slaughter Enter rise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. La Adverti-ers will do well to get joint rates for both Iapers. Entered at the Post Office at St. l'rancisville, La.. as second class mail Inatter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, February 6. 1909. A REThROPECT.. Seventeen years ago on Thurs- t day, Feb. 3, The True Democrat, el a pitifully provisioned little boat, tl set sail upon the then tumultuous o0 seas of Louisiana journalism. T Tumultuous, we say advisedly, h for the money power, as embod ied in the Louisiana State Lot tery, threatened the virtue of the a State and menaced or largely o overruled its press. In the prov a idence of God that danger passed a away, the passage of the law by Congress barring lotteries from the mails occur...

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. — 6 February 1909

A. VILLERET, Bayou Sara, La. $8adquarters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Gigars, Candies, Etc. Prescriptions Carefully Filled. .-VERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. It Kilbourne's Drug Store Swill find a full and complete line of Drugs, t Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta ,Candies, Tobacco, Cigars S Window Glass. If it's good we have it. If we have it it's good. HARPER RYE "ON EVERY TONGUE." Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; best and saf. est for all uses. Crystaldrops from golden grain: pure and mellow. rich and fragrant: the ;deal stimulant for universal use. Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. . I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Goods, Notions, Shoes Hats, "Clothing, Hlousefurnishing, Etc. Brick For Sale. We are prepared to furnish a first-class hard pressed build ing brick in any quanity - - - Wsuld be glad to figure with you if you want good brick - - you Sara Brick Co. M. J. DERRYBERRY, Secretary. - F0R -:...

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. — 6 February 1909

Tubular Wells. The *lin.u'aulpolis Tubular Well has bI en !ut il alI througl the t a Sth as thwl e Nortl, t andl is the only well by wllic: you canl obtain an inPXhalustibhh flow of wa tl. Jr. IFo)r l,- ti('V\ hirs. pric'c ", etc'., aIpl)ly to Henry Graber, ST'r. lI;ANt1SVIII'. : LA. I U. BALL, Dentist. 4.)34 .Ma~1atzin( St.. New Or 'lan La. JOE GRAHAM, Fashionable and Reliable Tailor. Altering. Cleaning. Repairing and Dyeing. Ladies' Skirts a Specialty. Work done on short notice. Shop located behind Bank of West Fe-. liciaAa Building. T. I. HENDERSON, Jeweler. \\ t h -, d .winwun ld . .ilverwark. In1ilet and (,1tic l *,uock. \Watch rccairing aL -, (eial •. -i (hI -i J. C. MAGEARL, Butcher Honest - Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot I'astngur., and Light 1'aekages taken. J.. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FU.\N('ISVII,,E. L.. I 'ondutIc."itd b! Mrs. F. M. Davidson. 1 oaird ,b the day . week. wr month. S31o)(hdate p)r'ics. (Jood h(ard. ('omfortable Rloomns. Business L. ...

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. — 6 February 1909

I u poUPLITE. The I E' ~ Judge sulia Johnson is boarding The Re snham's. St. Fra IreA Fishburn has gone a hapi Sh. home at Woodville. Sallie js oSasser leaves today for daught Si Tennessee in mar b Michel is visiting his ward rir A. MMichel. North aggie Stirling has been ternool tovisit friends. relative °vinie Sasser leaves to weddir her home in Tennessee. ing in rnce Percy of Clinton with of its a wily spent the week-end refine relatives here. sugge, gastherine Logan of New quiet is visiting her sister, conso rrberry. tastes lEddrds spent a few days an oc( ° park, but has returned to linger IaWton Rouge parish. only it idon Barrow left this week, bride glingered to become an F. all the IdY ding I j..Percy spent Wednesday Jcsn on business. He andtl I npanied by J. C. Storm. residd IsMary Minor came up to veu r the Butler-French wed- thoug K. Williams, who has been at the ry ill, is improving some- Mrs. Ljg Cecile Bowman spent a sistel dys at home on account of Mart lless of her m...

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. — 6 February 1909

THE PEOPLE'S BANK St. Francisville, La. Capital - - $50,000 Surplus - - $2,500 [h~l I ( 11 rid e, . \V .' lt't, C. F. I Lhowell. W . li. Rii ha'd. on. "h.n. Mann. I. (" , W ickliffe. F. 0. Hamilton. .\ (h'nertal Ibanking Ini,-iiie, t.l'anacl.. e. L ibheral ai.clonunor lati i n ill acco'( d with ,()n1111 ; nstil a'tll'bl'1'ai\ °l` lanling extendlled I)atrl'ns. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. H A SHORT STORY. H ILLIAM A. MARTIN, a coal Merchant, of Sli-Q dell, Louisiana, took an OCEAN TRIPLE IN B DEMNITY POLICY on July 3, 1908, paying o an annual premium of Twenty-five Dollars. Four months later he was killed in a railway wreck near New Orleans. Proof of death reached the Ocean on December 1st, 1908, and the same day a check for $15.000 was sent to the beneficiary. r O -O The Moral: H r Carry Accident Insurance-and carry it with the Q OGEAN, the only company which pays three times O the single indemnity for certain accidents of travel- O includ...

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. — 13 February 1909

The True Democrat. Y St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parilh La., Saturday, February 13, 1909. No. 2 xvil 41A Brief Sketch of the His race rc tory and Traditions of the * ". " Famous Old Edifice................ Church, St. Francisville scll as the, first Protestant orat ion outside of the city of u Orleans, and second only tact of age to Christ Church, bott city, which was organized M Grace Church was or- chu Nov. 5, 1827 and applica- of fi made to the Legislature, ers. pnted, for its incorpora- pur The charter obtained, con- sub a clause providing for a trib lttery under the auspices in 1 vestry, and even at that mul time, when lotteries were bell upon with more leniency war may, this clause was ex- cos y objectionable to the Ma congregation, and sub- tree tly another act of incor- cos was obtained with this Chi stricken out. scr original plot of 300 feet of wa! was donated by Judge list and Dr. Ira Smith, and Wi Lions for a building were sul it 1827, The building was ing brick one...

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. — 13 February 1909

The True Democrat. I·:T, I I{ 1t(I; I >5( )N MR~S. MY !K.R1;)INtit)N º Oflhkial Jou'nIlI of the Pris'h of Wt t Ieli Ci'Ifla, the ' Iflu fl O~f I tJl~t' ~ -;I riI and tit. a - ii,Vihlt. andl of the S(hoo Boirllfos. We aii·u on' nansl -uhslith -sssuhter Enter joint A tut' tIv t fiuVlsd lw iil t 1:ntereti it the l'st It Stlce it t. 'rstncis'illtt. Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturdla~y. F(' )ht'uay 1:;~, 19)9. ('ON'CEININ(; ('LOTI'HIES. A near-by contemljpor'a'y ias been displaying in larg e space miiost persistently for several weeks the legend: "Wear your1 old clothes and don't forget to smile." Salutary advice this, if' you cannot atfordt any but old cloth'es. If you inust weal'r your old clothes; wearing tlhem with a smile not only hielps in saving other people's pity, but it shows that you are bravy, and cheery, and the old clothes ;are Iprobably mol'' youl.r iisfl'ortune tha;Ln your' fault. ,ut at this time when econ ouly is 1preaclhed in season and out of season, ...

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. — 13 February 1909

DILo A. VILLERET, burn oU Sara, La. thron Saf burn ~eadquarters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet vari Articles. Stationery, Gigars. Candies. Etc. I trow Prescriptions Carefully Filled. valti -- - -- fic' SE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. bT ~~=; _ zm' "4 ~ fon I - oatl thai hab mad of p folle viz., Chte So~dby Mx Man, Byou ara C. Kilbourne's Drug StoreS H.C will find a full and complete line .of Drugs, ct Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta SCandies, Tobacco, Cigars s Window Glass. drer B tal exti strp If it's good we have it. if we have it it's good. brcv -Me csti' W H ARPER ReYE "ON EVERY TONGUE." - as Scientifically distilled: naturally aged; best and saf* ev est for all uses. in Crystal drops from golden grain: pure and mellow, rich and o fragrant: the ;deal stimulant for universal use. St Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. S. I. Reymond Co., Ltd., 1Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Pry Goods, Notions, Shoes .Hats, Clothing, nlousefurnishing, Etc. Brick For Sale. W...

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. — 13 February 1909

-sONAL BUT POLITE. SFed Hamilton has been li this week. R. S. Winn of Wilhelm tw Thursday. vieConverse wil go to as for the carnival. W . Richarldson's con nce continues unretarded. J oms was in town, Sat stand made us a brief _ Lobdell was in town yes d gave us the pleasure adMrs. L. W. Doherty spent Thursday in Pointe lr.snd Mrs. A. M. Fishburn _ere from Woodville Wed lf.i. H. Taylor and G. S. were in Jackson Wed- 1 Mtorney H. H. Kilbourne was from Clinton on legal busi- 1 this week. Vis Mary Minor returned to I Orleans on Monday after a i week at the Cottage. . Matt Gilmore and little tr spent Saturday in town Mend the teachers' meeting. ~.and Mrs. John Tomb and 1  n drove to St. Francis for an outing on Thursday. 1 ~Lamar, who has been the of Mrs. Rosina Temple, 'tursday for her home in Orleans. jisses Zelia and Margaret left Wednesday for Orleans to enjoy the carni Miss Taylor will follow later. j, S. Lombard and mother, A. Lombard, are guests of C. Wilcox, and Mr. Albert ...

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. — 13 February 1909

W W. LEAK K . I'rei ident. W. I.I{I('II\ARDS(ON Vice-President. K. ('. S.MITTH, ('ashier. THE PEOPLE'S BANK St. Francisville, La. Capital -- $50,000 Surplus - - $2,500 DIRECTORT: . . W. Leake, K. '. Smith, A. F. Barrow. Sam'l. Carterl, H. H. Esk ridge. ('. Wey dert. (. F. Howell, W. H. Richardson, len. Mann, R. ('. Wickliffe, F. (). Hamilton. A General banking Iu iness transacted. Libleral accommodation in accord with *ound anti conservative banking extended patrons. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. D0DI-000000-QQQ00DQ000000 ] A SHORT STORY. ILLIAM A. MARTIN, a coal Merchant, of Sli dell, Louisiana, took an OCEAN TRIPLE IN DEMNITY POLICY on July 3, 1908, paying an annual premium of Twenty-five Dollars. Four months later he was killed in a railway wreck near New Orleans. Proof of death reached the Ocean on December 1st, 1908, and the same day a check for $15,000 was sent to the beneficiary. The Moral: Carry Accident Insurance --and carry it wit...

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. — 13 February 1909
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. — 20 February 1909

The True Demrnocrat. St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, February 20, 1909. No. 3 XVii IEIUTIFUL SOIHOOL GROUNDS. Made by Secretary of State improvement League and .Spt. A. M. Hendon. ksville, La., Feb. . 1!)09. parish Superintendents: le meeting of the Iouisi ool Ilmprlo'eient league itNatchitoches, D)e( ', 190!., decided to ('ofr tli taii n to0the schools o" th ie St:te. purpose of tiheswe riZs is to lge schlools to mliake sucl(h _ven ,entsas thell( I. gue is ting. It was hIoi e'd that, gatiCe, the fundill". thil ep ould I ie sullic ,li'It to o'f reral sets of i'izs; bllt, iin the tri-asu'y at this eables the League tIo l,'er s'eset ol prizces. dingly, inl eachl ('iirs District, a Fifty Dollar ill beoffered to thiat sc(l 1ool mpakes the greatest mu a improvement along the fol lines, to-wit: bection of out-buildings. Building fences. Ai ng and drainage. Ca Planting trees, shrubbery ci( lowers. stl astefulness ininterior dec da til 'tation. of population of the c...

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. — 20 February 1909

The True Democrat. ELRIIE ROBINSON iEditors. MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON Official Journal of the Parish of West Feli ciana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran cisville, and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter rise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. E;tered at the Post Office at St. Francisville, La.. as second class mail matter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, February 20. 1909. THIE COOPER TRIIAL. A jury for the Cooper trial in Nashville, Tenn. has at last been secured, and the proceedings are now going forward. The jury is composed almost entirely of farmers, and though the fact is a commentary on how little many farmers read the paper, fortu nately it does not necessarily im ply lack of intelligence or integ rity. Indeed an all-farmer jury is a guarantee that a case will be viewed on its merits from a hu man standpoint. That these jurors were non readers gives them no...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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