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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 20 February 1909

SA. VILLERET, ksv Syou Sara, La. burn ters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet var i Artles, Stationery, Gigars, Gandies, Etc. kind tbbq Prescriptions Carefully Filled. RTlSE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. boM Ipa ks,. le k, as full on ii NS oatb that i hiCogis habi mad of p folly t Kilbourne's Drug Store Ma imoý rootJ will find a full and complete line of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta- ts Candies, Tobacco, Cigars S Window Glass. gde talo If it's good we have it. you. If we have it it's good. Diete * to nueci 1-1 eeMai TreoUf soameof re as est for all uses. rystadrops from golden gtrain; pure and mellow, rich and on fragrant; the deal stimulant for universal use. IT, LA. Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. I Cor. Main and Third Streets. )rth and Baton Rouge, La. sast. rh i s. dry G oods, Notions, Shoes Hats, Br ic th dasiuatfor unieras al0 ue.n F Wuld be)glad to fi uren Rouit [ent you oriy w g odric - - 1 ,5Seed. Loewest PrFb*** . Whi Ails Your IDa you feel weak, tired, d...

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. — 20 February 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well lie I:~;JE s been put in all through the 8r "I'. 5uth as well as the North, and is the only well by which you can obtain an inexhaustible flow of water. For particvlaris. lrices. cetc., apply to Henry Graber, ST. FIRANCISVIIIE LA. SU. BALL, Dentist. 4934 Magazine St.. New ()ri ans 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 liciana Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. W atches. diamonds. silv\erware. toilet and optical goods. Wath riepairing a specialty. J. C. MAGEARL, Butcher - Honest - Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Passengers. and Light P'ackages taken. J. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRAN('ISVTLLE. LA. - (c ondu(1l('t' I by - Mrs. F. M. Davidson. Board by the day. week. or month. Moderate price,. Good hoard. S'omfortable Rooms. Business Directory. C L. MUNSON, Attorney'at Law Will pr...

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. — 20 February 1909

ý^r ý N11Ný LU' In made a tlip to ds, e over Sunday. m . Richardson has 1 es & gwith fever. a telia Barrow will ,o to 0lonl for Mardi Gras. Muse has gone t, 1) ,S. on business. F IPattllews is in New a for the carnival. i Carter has gone to 1SV -~ardi Gras. ABOy ýamilton was in town o rleto, 0sday nijht. ( nd 0,Cglggie Stirling will be in sfor the carnival. -as ; Shepard leaves 10 -e i" hgardi Gras. ' tler In T Forrester and chil 41 to leave Monday Ifor landimse amie Bockel left Wed the MI foravisit to New O-I ications, , ;all's ie Converse went to ay Sts yesterday to enjoy al. O D.Brooks is alting to her daughter, Mrs. ,in Clinton. OýV Annah Town returned 1 from a business tilp to 1 Lela Wicker will go to ecessary glge for the ._d, stop- i 0older i achary on her return. t line of ictor McCaleb of Fay It what . is visiting his aunt, 4 le, Martin, Ogden of Torras was the I guest of her sister, t S ,Gore, for several days. inger and daughter, lyo ISi , , ,will be in New Or hthe ...

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. — 20 February 1909

. W WV. LEA.AK :. 'rSid,'nt. \V. II.I[('lH;\' ,l 1 ( N. V ice-l'resident. K. (' SMITH, Cashi r. THE PEOPLE'S BANK St. Francisville, La. Capital - - $50,000 Surplus - - $2,500 DIRE('TORT: W. W. Lcake. K.('. Smith, A. F. Barrow, Sam'l. Carter, B. E. E.k ridge, C. W\evdort, (. F. Howell. W. II. Richardson. In1. Mann, [. (. \Vic'kliffe. F. O. Hamilton. A (;entral bankingt husing,-s transacted. liberal accolnmodation ir accord with bounnd and conservative hantking extended patrions. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. Q A SHORT STORY. O- ILLIAM A. MARTIN, a coal Merchant, of Sli dell, Louisiana, took an OCEAN TRIPLE IN DEMNITY POLICY on July 3, 1908, paying Q 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 The Moral: " - Carry Accident Insurance-and carry it with the ...

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. — 27 February 1909

The True Democrat. St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, February 2t, 1909. No. 4 'VIii I tical persecution. the above head, the New Th ld has a masterly edi- Demo  long for our repro- no u but of which we cannot gent a few bits: subi sevelt is mistaken. deliv st m le the World, the hhe revive by execu- over the infamous sedition out I destroyed the Federal- futu: 1id made Thomas Jef- tion. resident of the United 'I Altbough the indict- thor orned by the grand and jDistrict of Columbia sued in form, allege that sion Ibel was committed Besi Theodore Roosevelt, Wil- repo it, Elihbu Root, J. Pier- fron , Chas. P. Taft, who Sobinson, and William fect' Cromwell, the case in saw b a political proceeding bein by Mr. Roosevelt as desi tagainst the two great wee in the North which and the Democratic nation- nouw lat fall. * * * W. indictments have been of h the District of Columbia pari bhat Elihu Root himself whe inthecaseof Noyes vs.f c "the same arbitrary and of t iwagai...

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. — 27 February 1909

The True Democrat. E1IRII R 3OBINSON ITito. MRS. MA.\Y O:.ROHINSON \ Ofllcial Jo irnal of the Parish of \Vtel.' I'cli ciana, the '')wns of Bayou Sara and fSt. lI'ran cisville, and of the School Hoard. We aiso on n and uublish Slaughter Enter rise, a weeiily news~paler for the town of Slaughter, ia. Advertiser, will do well to "et joint rates for both ,alers. Entered at the Post O)tlee at St. Franeis ille. La., as seeond class mail matter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, February 27, 1909. THE Dry Y OFU SMIA L 'ItINGS. Would you ask a storekeeper to give you without charge 5 cents worth of groceries' Do you ask the tobacco man for any of his choice five centers gratis. Do you return thanks only when the post master hands you 5 new pictures of Benjamin Franklin printed in greeny Nay, nay. Then why offer thanks as the only pay for an extra copy of the village jpaper'. Is it not worth more than a cigar, a stamp or a pinch of tea? And yet the prac tice is well-nigh gene...

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. — 27 February 1909

A VILLERET, A. lb pyou Sara, La. for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet ticles , Stationery. Cigars, Gandies, Etc. Prescriptions Carefully Filled. I RTIyOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. Kilbourne's Drug Store ill find a full and complete line of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta Candies, Tobacco, Cigars & Window Glass. If it's good we have it. If we have it it's good. HARPER RYE "ON EVERY TONGUE." 'ntifically distilled; naturally aged; best and saf, t est for all uses. ldropsfrom golden grain: pure and mellow, rich and fragrant; the ;deal stimulant for universal use. Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. C S. I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Goods, Notions, Shoes Hats, Clothing, Housefurnishing, 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. -:- -- OR -- - ITURE, MATTING, ETC...

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. — 27 February 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well Ms been put in all through the South as well as the North, and is the only well by which you can obtain an inexhaustible flow of water. For partievlars, prices, etc., apply to Henry Graber, ST. FiANCISVrIE LA. I U. BALL, Dentist. 4934 Magazine St., New ()ileans 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 liciama Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. Watches, diamonds, silverware, toilet and optical goods. Watch repairing a specialty. J. C. MAGEARL, Butcher Honest - Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Passengers and Light Packages taken. J. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA. -Conducted by Mrs. F. M. Davidson. Board by the day, week, or month. Moderate prices. Good board. Comfortable Rooms. Business Directory. C L. MUNSON, Attorneyat Law Will practice in tne courts of East and West F...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 27 February 1909

35 AL BUT POLITE. • Daigre made a business o odville this week. iorris Wolf is here look r business. T.S. Jones spent the rnd in Clinton. rand Mrs. .Tas. Perkins tSunday at Forest. rp. Brooks spent the nd at Clinton. g. Forrester was here Sun. esJohnson and Gray were ,end visitors to Jackson. B1Cohen was in Woodville week. MT, H. Daigre was a visitor on Rouge for the firemen's esrs. Joe and Abe Stern re. Td Tuesday night from q ess trip to the city. S. Brasseaux and little Atr, Emma took in the car s L.W. Rogers and son inBaton Rouge for the fire sparade. r, and Mrs. W. D. Patterson oud of their little daughtoi arived Monday. r. Nonie Richardson is stay Dr, Barrow's until she herfurniture moved to town. ,W. H. Woods and Mr. L.Percy are spending a iysin the Crescent City, de Buquoi attended the ,ter.Parmalee wedding at ooupee on Monday. % Chas. M. Barrow, Mrs. ,Howell, and Miss Pillet lNew Orleans Monday. ad Mrs. J. W. McQueen irs. Jas. Perkins were in Rouge for the firemen's t Davi...

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. — 27 February 1909

K. ('. S. [TII. ('ashi t '. THE PEOPLE'S BANK St. Francisville, La. Capital - - $50,000 Surplus - - $2,500 DIItEC TORIT W. W'. Leak. K.(' Smith A. F. B;arrow., S n']l. (arter. B . E. Esk ridge. ('. \W ('etrt. ('. F. lHowell, \\. I. Iiahardson, IlHen. Mann, . ('. \Vickliffe. F. U. .Ilamilton. \ (;General bankin; huisinu, transacted. !,iberal accommodation in accord with sound and conservative Ibaiiing extended patrons. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. SA SHORT STORY. Q ILLIAM A. MARTIN, a coal Merchant, of Sli dell, Louisiana, took an OGEAN TRIPLE IN DEMNITY POLICGY on July 3, 1908, paying j 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 Ist, 1908, and the same day a check for $15,000 was sent to the beneficiary. The Moral: Carry Accident Insurance-and carry it with the 1 OCEAN, the only company which pays three times O the single indem...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 6 March 1909

The True Democrat. "J. XVil St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, March 6, 1909. No -I II DISCIPLES or I. r WALTON HAPPY I.Isy Marked Opening of Fishing Sea- Pnr so Except for Certain Species. With March 1st, the open sea Soaforfish began, having been M sed since December 1st. It anot yet permitted to catch or so ýllblack bass, commonly called green trout, as this tish is pro- G tted until May 15th. The law lsvery explicit on these points, D( ' ceding: Section 7. "Be it further en- ta acted, etc., That it shall be un hwfulfor any person to catch or bllblack bass, commonly called W greentrout, between the first day of February and the 15th Si day of May. Or striped bass, "emmonly known as bar-fish, be- A t{an the first day of December Jc ad the first day of March. Or stfish except spoonbill catfish, id buffalo fish between the first day of March and the first day of tic May. Or any other species of pr jater fish between the first day te dDecember and the tirst day of...

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 March 1909

The True Democrat. ELRIE ROBINSON ito MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON 1 1 Official J ,urnal of the Parish of West Feli ciana, the owns of Bayou Sara and St. I'lan f cisville. and of the School Board. t ________ - - We also own and publish Slaughter Enter-1 rise, a wekl! newspaper for the town of 5laughter. La. Advertiser, will ii well to get joint rates :or -both puler -. Entered Lt the Post Omfce at St. t ranci"ville. La., as see jnd class mail matter. Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. - ---- ---- ---- Saturday, March 6. 1900. TIIHREE REQUISITES FOR SELLING. The local merchants often fails to see that he has right at hand the means of combating mail order houses. An advertise ment in his local paper will carry more weight than all the cata logues and national advertising that a mail order house puts out. The goods from these houses must tirst be seen before their merits can be determined. But goods from the local merchant have the support of his personal ity behind them. If he is known t...

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 March 1909

A, VILLERET, be Byou Sara, La. t or edquarters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet er Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Candies, Etc. st se Prescriptions Carefully Filled. ar ho in hi ýypRTiSE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. 1 th se Cooking Oil 60c PER GALLON. er and Cheaper Than Lard. e s' " Kilbourne's DRUGs HARPER RYE I "ON EVERY TONGUE."1 Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; best and saf. a est for all uses. i Crystal dropsfrom golden grain; pure and mellow, rich and fragrant; the deal stimulant for universal use. sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. S. I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Bats, 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 youif you want good brick- - Bayou Sara Brick Co. M. J. DERRYBERRY, Secretary, FRNITURE, MATTING, ETC. -:- -:- SEND TO -:- -: Becker furniture Co. j BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA. I...

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 March 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well Is been put in all tliirougli the South as well as the North, and is the only well by which you can obtain :n inexhaustible flow of water. For partievlars, prices, etc., apply to Henry (iraber, ST. FnANCSSCILLE LA. U. BALL Dentist. 4934 Magazine St., New Orleans 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 liciama Building. T. J. HiENDERSON, Jeweler. \'atche . diainonds. sil vetiwal toilet and po)tic(al goodl. \\atclih 1e1airing a ,pUeia:ty. J. C. MAGEARL, -Butcher Honest - Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Iassengers and Light iPaekages taken. J. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRAN(cISVILLE, LA. -('onducited Iby Mrs. F. M. Davidson. Board by the day, week, (or mionth. Moderate prices. Goo(d hoard. ('omfortable R)oomt. BuYsiness .J. BABIN, - Dentist. ( )I11 on second floor of Hank of W1est 9 ...

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 March 1909

SONAL pUT POLITE. cei M Maynard is recover- fr( Strength after an illness. inl v. Hi. Richardson is be- M, t improve steadily. Jo c G. MagUlre has been ne il but is getting better. Gi John L. Lobdell was in so yesterday to shop. sic LinsleY' Winston is re- Cl from an illness. do ý L. Newsham is spend- co week-end at Como. m ST. Muse has gone to th Coopee on business. Hi B B. B. Eskridge spent the wi nd With friends at Baker. cr rd Mrs. Willie Wicker th Sunday at Lindsay with ui to ers R. Teutsch and F. 0. sa made a short trilp to cu eans, this week. m Nellie Richardson spent afl ek-end in town with her cl SMabel Moore of Star t 0jte guest of Mrs. Hen lsat week-end. .Percy went to Pinckney asttend the funeral of his h .nlaw, Mrs. E. J. Mc N Sand Mrs. W. H. Tenney, w here on their sad mission n gunday, were the guests of in pd Mrs. Powell. F. M. Davidson and Mrs. N ýTmpel will attend the Re- ri Assembly at Morgan City, tE week. . Clarence Ellerbe, assist- s( 4 pPresident Edenborn of t...

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 March 1909

W. W. LFEAKII, President. W'. HI.RICILH\DS)ON Vice-Pr'esident. K. ('. SMITH, ('ashi' r. THE PEOPLE'S BANK St. Francisville, La. Capital - - $50,000 Surplus - - $2,500 DIRECTORT: W. V. Leake, K .jC. Smith, A. F. Barrow, Sam']. Carter, B. E. IEsk ridge, C. Weydert, C. F. Howell, \V. ii. Richardson, Hen. Mann, H. C. Wickliffe, F. 0. Hamilton. A General banking business transacted. Liberal accommodation in accord with sound and conservative banking extended patrons. Certificates of Deposit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. 90000000000000000000000000 SA SHORT STORY. = ILLIAM A. MARTIN, a coal Merchant, of Sli-Q deli, Louisiana, took an OCEAN TRIPLE IN DEMNITY POLICY on July 3, 1908, paying L San annual premium of Twenty-five Dollars. Four months later he was killed in a railway wreck near Q New Orleans. Proof of death reached the Ocean on L December 1st, 1908, and the same day a check for Q $15,000 was sent to the beneficiary. Q The Moral: Q Carry Accident Insurance-and ca...

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 March 1909

The True Democrat. xvll St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish LaL, Saturday, March 13, 1909. No. I mmmI I _m______nnm__________n l n__Il LY VS. LATE tll COTTON PLANTING a Jpl Expert Says Wait Till Danger tl fnre Frost is Past. R f ly vs. Late Planting. Wshinlton, Feb. 26, 190. -jmes Wilson, Secretary of tore, Washington D.C.: ' v Mr. Secretary-In re- tl theletter from Hon. J. W. of the Sonia Cotton Oil dl ay, Alexandria, La., I beg In all my instructions I planters to abstain from their seed cotton into the until all danger of frost d and the ground is We will irobably put anumber of investigations o on production in the vicin d Shreveport and Alexan the coming season and will l to cooperate with Mr. in this interesting prob- g I an not prepared, at the 0 ttime, to take any positive b in regard to the question iue, although we have made er of trials. Thus far it appear that the medium s , not too early nor too ,iabetter than either very or very late, but quite pos the results of v...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 13 March 1909

The True Democrat. RIS 1I' .\ I ' 1I "' NS ii ,ttic a; ,J u f flr 'it ri-li ! ratt I'eli ;t',";., ,. n 1. '.~i Inl` iii Sian tliier Ihe l ter ~ai br itr I it l11 o 1;J.10as it bitl I'1r-, i i (ili mattet Suhscription x'..50 Per sear in Advance. 1/OX. 'Tlh,' ,rood" ] pople along tl, r',al between Wilheln and IlincIme\ vill'. in tli. seventh and ei('1zhth1 wards of ills parish. are very anxious to s.'cure the estahlish Inent of ri, al free delivery of mnail along this rout'. But at the outse't, they are' confronted witl the obsta,:le of bad road'. and no< proper ,roision for It' i m-I )i,\ 'moi" ll emf . iad these facts. the iverfl(,rneilnt will noti goodul : i' are required as a sine qua nin to rural free deliv ery. They must be. The above mentioned section of country is plrobably the most cut-off in tl ue parish from da:ily communic:ltion with the wo:hld, hence it i:; a logical point at which the rural free delivery system may begin. Andl since no beginning can be made without...

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 March 1909

A. VILLERET, e Bayou Sara, La. Headquarters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet of Articlesi Stationery, Cigars, Candies, Etc. di Prescriptions Carefully Filled. is' DVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. m Use Cooking Oil li 60ti PER GALLON. Detter and Cheaper Than Lard. "I Kilbourne's DRUGS T. HARPER RYE "ON EVERY TONOUE." Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; best and safe est for all uses. d Crystal drops from golden grain; pure and mellow, rich and fragrant: the ;deal stimulant for universal use. - Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara. J S. I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Hats, Clothing, Housefurnishing, 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 - - Bayou Sara Brick Co. • M.J. DERRYBERRY, Secretary. -:- -:- FOR -:- -' FURNITURE, MATTING, ETC. -:- -:- SENDTO -:- -: Becker Furniture Co. i BATON ROUGE...

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 March 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well has been put in all through the 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. FRANCISVILLE LA. I U. BALL Dentist. 4934 Magazine St.. New Orleans 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. liciana Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. \Vatche,. diamond., si Vl'vware. toilet and opti,'al good,,. \Vatch repairin a ,,lecialty. J. C. MAGEARL, S Butcher.. Honest - Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Passengers and Light 'Packages taken. J. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRAN('ISVTLLE, L,\. -C'onduct.l by Mrs. F. M. Davidson. Board by the day, week. or month. Moderate prices. Good board. ( 'omfortable 1o l(ols. Business Directory. , J. BABIN, Dentist. ()tlice on second tloor of I ank ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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