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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 March 1898

Amrica's Greatest Medicine o a characteristic Hood's St_.,ll,, testimonial. Facts like these °p"par5iaBHood' s Sarsaparilla America's Smae ..od. ela e and endeared It to thou soft homes scattered all over this sroad land: *. " like to tell what flood's Sarsapa F.- S bas done for us. Our four childrer bsddlphtheria. From the very first oul little boy Ralph, then seven years eld, was l's very sick and for several days it seemed as j if he would never be any better. After a a's >u while he began to improve and in a few his weeks was able to go out, although weak and miserable. Then, gradually All Strength in His Limbs gave out. The physicians told us it was paralysis, which sometimes follows an at tack of diphtheria. We did everything for him, but he grew worse until he was in a pitiful condition. He suffered terribly at night and complained continually of his head, and in what little sleep he was able to get, moaned unceasingly. He lost all control of the muscles of his body and li...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 19 March 1898

\ (A/ IL\ A ! ." 1,ý 1 Baying Cheap Fertilizer. It is the natural tendency of farmers p, when confronted with low prices of n: products to save themselves by the ti purchase of cheaper fertilizers, or by tl dispensing with any boughten fertiliz- sc er. But this is nearly always a mis- n, take. The cost of the fertilizer is c, only a small part of the cost of making T a crop. Labor is a much more ex- fc pensive item, and if the soil be not v, rich enough, much of this labor will g: be ineffective. As for using poorer % grades of fertilizers, they cost as much a: to apply them as the best. In fact, a the more expensive grades of fertilizers k are usually in finer condition, and can be easily wade to cover a large n surface and do more good to the first crop."--American Cultivator. - The Care of New Seeding. It requires time as well as plenty of grass seed to make a'perfect sod that shall cover the entire surface. Whoever after the. ground has once been frozen in the fall, shall examin...

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. — 26 March 1898

Offclal Jouranal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. S. LEIE, Jr., Pub. nd Prop - ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FLICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1898. VOL. VII.--NO 8. unto~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ | u nmmm•mmnamm u u 'nn m..i . . .. --.u1 lowell, John H. Stone, rat.  crlle. Clinton, Las. POWELL & STONE, Attorneym - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney - at - Law,. Will practice in the conrts of the lath and 14th judicial districts. Dur sg vacation, will meet clients at the jarton House in Bayou Sara whenever equeste 1. poit COUpo Postoffico, La W. RICHARDS PERCY, Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publio, ST. FBANCISVILLE, LA. Will practice iin the 13th Judicial District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and Federal Courts. Office in Bank Build. , .-----· Il. ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Law, sr. rBAxNOIWvLt, LA. O 0lce near court house. Will prao* i se in the 13th Judicial and Federal tiourta. DR. A. F. BARROW, Physician and Surgeon, St. Franciaville, La. O...

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. — 26 March 1898

A Georgia editor described a do faulter as "six feet tall and $10,003 short." Germany has a bit of a quarrel with Haiti; she sends a war-vessel and threatens to blow up the capital if her demands for reparation are not granted in twelve hours. The United States has a worse grievance with Siam; she makes a claim, and instead of seizing a port, she accepts arbitration, and wins her case. Necessity no longer exists for Ameri can heiresses to marry titled foreign ers to secure a title. All they have to do now is to send their American "laddie" to Italy, where he can be come anything from a baron to a prine3 at prices ranging from $1000 to $8000. Thanks to Italy, there is no further reason for American fortunes going to decayed foreign nobles for an empty title. Boston continues to hold its posi tion of the third largest of Atlantic grain-exporting points. Exports 1837 and 1890 are: New York, wheat and flour, 40,235,000 bushels and 40,150, 000; corn, 33,200,000 and 19,100,000; oats, i 31...

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. — 26 March 1898

1iJu DIAMONDS Some S'IAD TilE TEST. g, .r..--- Was] Board of Experts di walk So Decide. five ing i table Invastigatlon From Whiich to 'It LIoll Diasmold Bicycle Came Iexh Oit Atld e1 AII Competitors. hum to tl ebre there are so many make of bl .le thearket, all of wllich at first 400( seeg to be onon in equal footing to the un obsem ter, and till the fact is well tain ownstat ther is no article in common as al here it is so easy for the manufactur tocoverlup tolmperfections as in the vall covrth 15in nmaterial and workman- rule pp nd which cannot be detected until Sanloine has been givon a test on the lbd~s 5 jn .,nvc3stition as has Just wall 10,doepleted by the best experts in the erv ubeojrn tonder the supervision of the ar Kesrn Bevriew of Commerce, is likely to bee'fr tvale tothe riding public. The ve o ,olf producing the best wheel among rem he thirty-5"e well-known makes that po0 etesrted fell to the old established0house rie ýJohn P. Lovell Arms Co., of Boston, Mass. n fatnre...

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. — 26 March 1898

URUE DEMIOCýAT. LJOunntl.OF TU; lPAmRISu. LEAKE,, JR., Proprietor. - -- --a---- tion, per anuuum - $1.50. scEDr EVzILY SATURDAY. at the Post OfBlcu at St. Francis. +, La., as second claiss matter. •UI1l)AY, MAR. 26 1898. In- drn lt. SHORT CUTS. Hoc L.. F.lkeynauJ lha cs r,i;gnI he e la Board of I tIeli Ih. 1ieei te g nll, h s b ee.l in livt ttcl, ie al, to test given wvas quite satiNs- Mtt 'y. The flash was Int dlly Iper- whet )h, anid the report scearcely ints laldr. tiuti1 Sof ironl will pIeVol'Yt wlter liii;n leoeing Ilptrtd. Trheoellnsivoe of lloweAr in water would he a- i dt by plttinga few small nailsuiti e bottom of the vases. sligi i8 tii I lousto (~,mnuittee on Nai. Affairs on Tuesday ageed to do I ide for the c'urtlfsretion of five suib deoks to be locatte! at Ports- c(i1 ht, Boetont, Philuaelphlin, New. t'ti* ltans Sid Satn Fratcisco. for - CY me One totldl of stlltitllics ays eats there are a14 e25 charatters ill the itl iovels Wrioten by I)ickens. Cer- tio" It Is hali...

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. — 26 March 1898

[Ider W . Tenn'son OF SUFKIN, IND., Sthe Crest Benefits Derived From Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "f . 1 (1 // " 3T DISEASE of longstanding is .easly cured, but it Is ctauBLsE. ider Win. Tennison writes: "I was forthirty.fie years with heart dis ,troubled with it nearly all my life; Ithink it heredi tary as my father was * afilicfed with'it. I have suffered great distress, my heart palpitated to • such an extent as to. shake my whole body. So distressing was it I could-only .with~great 1ijCnlt7 compose myself to sleep. About ynago I began taking Dr. Mles' t Cure. The first bottle gave me no i benef benit, but after taking the iI began to feel much relief and I con. g ttforome months. I have good tea - believe the cure is permanent. B-, l s' Remedies are sold by all drug i4gder a positive guarantee, first bottle .p'or money refunded. Bookon Heart gaierves sent free to all applicants. -  LTES MEDICAL O.,.Elkhart, Ind. 'tappr and Peiodical Agency. l, lslerintion rreeived for the NE WJ -g...

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. — 26 March 1898

AIPLE.BLOSSOMS. iue that will not thrill at a woiaan's glance is ancient enough to die Butt other things hint of heaven as Weil as a beautiful woman's eye! And when dispirlied, puttering 'round, and the skies gray shadows fling, I look to the daystht.bsoon pill tcono with the apple blossoms of spring. There are visions o~boblinig cork and line,-and sunshine to linger in, And blue mists hbVering about the hills that loom aleviatha.'s5 fin, And the soul learsMt. nd blthbes itself in the liquid songs birds sing And hol for the apple blo6sJOii that make the blush on the cheek of springl ; , 2--Will T. Hale, in Chicago Times-Herald, A RAC A INST ODDS. º, y., Y.gA N K W. CALKINS. ý lý 1 RY.a year he- di fore Custer's fatal da battle at the Rose- hr b ud, the territory co surrounding the ba Black Hills was so l1i infested with hos- w( tile bands of In- ti( diaqs that it was m: .t ssafe for whites nc .td' approach the mining region ex- "1 " cept in large and in well-armed par- ly Numerous ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 26 March 1898

te IRBe cord, Bushnell, Ill Som better able to speak to others Sw om an's fate" than Mrs. Jacok I p of uushnell, Ill., wife of ex-City Whe, Weaver. She had entirely re gashat from the illness which kept her edfrot much of the time for five or six )a et and says her recovery Is due Stb-mell.-known remedy, Dr. Williams' ink Weaver is fifty-six years old, and r lived e Bushnell nearly thirty years. b of nquestionable veracity and un bolemsed reputation. The story of her re soled tisnteresting Bhe says: .aeefred for five or six years with the thubl hat oomOe to women at this time lrpglfle. Iwas muoh weakened, was an of uch oflf the time to do my own work, redbeydon m pwer to describe. Swas downheartned and melanoholy. ,'I tookl many diferent medieia%,ltact, (took medicine all the time, butf~t lung beted to do me any good. "I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills .lor pJe People, and some of my friends .ommended them highly. I made up my mind to try them. I bought the first box In March, ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 26 March 1898

)OYOTES OF THE OCEAN. EALS KILL EACH OTHER AND ARZ CRUEL FISH DESTROYERS. Ibservatlons of a Fog Signal Keeper on the Pacific Coast-Saving a Herd of Scals From Extinction by Shooting the Bulls-Mysterious Habits of Seals. The seals of Ano Nuevo are practi ally unknown to both scientists and he public, notwithstanding the fact hat the herds there are the largest on he Pacific Coast and the habits of the species are the most distinctive, says he San Francisco Call. In many ways their habits are some vhat similar to those of sea birds. )nce a year the rocks or rookeries are :overed with seals. Young are born mad raised there, and then a general nigration takes place of all but the ld females. For months the rookeries ire comparatively deserted. The seals :ome and go at regular intervals. It was for the purpose of ascertain ing something about the habits of these seals that a Call representative visited kno Nuevo Island just in the height of the breeding season. Keeper But well, of the fo...

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. — 2 April 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. , . LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 2,1898. VOL. VII.---NO 9 .jL powell, John H. Btone, -t. dranozivflle. Clinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, gttorneyU - at - Law, St. Francieville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney at - Law, SWillpracticoin the conrts of the la iSth and 14th juwioial districts. Dur .gvacation, will meet clients at the aurton House in Bayou Sara whenever q nueste 1. 0oir, Coupes Postofflce, La F - -- - ill W, RICHARDS PERCY, hi Attorney,at.-Law & Notary Publlo, ST. FrANCISVILLE, LA. Will practice ii tht~ 13th Judicial [istrict, 4th Circuit; Supreme and Federal Courts. Office in Bank Build. tso ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney = at - Lawv, STr, FBPANCISBVILLR, LA. 9 m Ol.e near court house. Will prao- w -ie in the 13th Judicial and Federal Voarts. DR. A. F. BARROW, tihyslcian and Surgeon, E St. Franciaville, La. '*a in Leake building. Telephone d ml. ans...

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. — 2 April 1898

WHEN THE WIND WAS IN THE WOODLAND, " The wind was in the woodland avd the quail was in the corn In the Southern sunny land of happy childhood long ago, And the perfume of ten thousand flowers floated on the morn, While the mock-bird shoutedjoudly high above the bayou's flo--. The sun shone softly, brightly, and the cloud-ships sailed along An ever-blending, radiant, quiet wondrous sea of blue, And the negro's vibrant voice rang out in happy-hearted song In the fairy, airy days, Sweetheart, far gone from me and you. We wandered hand and hand across the meadows clovered deep With blossoms white and blpssoms red and leaves of darkest green We watched the bumble-boe's sweet quest, the dragon-fly's long leap, And listened to the yellow-breasted field lark's carol keen. And now and then the wood dove's mellow, dreamy chastened note Gray-coated mourners for a love whoso chains were made of sand Told of the lonely life she lived in some wood aisle remote, And we two pitied her, Sweetheart, ...

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. — 2 April 1898

>ºT OF FISH, aboat after Norn 1- num QUANTITIES WHICH THE dust ORLD CONSUMES. fifth man of ti rest indastry of Fishing the To $ tateTakes the Lead-Static- 1u tl .o the BDssiness-Hardships and mor4 " of Fishermen. in fi ardr An Enormous Supply. livin b extent of the world's fisheries, calli I ber of persons to whom they In ti i pnloyment, or the amount of food In t: ,0eontrlbute to the world's supply, FraI ~tihag of which few people have fish( ag'te idea, although everybody and ic loionall, at least. When hap 1rbiet is suggested, every one sees for 1 - that the quantity of food sup- whi by the ocean to the use of man wea be enormous, for oysters, as an to t: eare found in every hamlet In not ..Oautry, at one time or another heal g the year. The grocers' shelves nun _lways piled high with cans of pre- thrc lobsters, shrimps, salmon and shol fi , while the store that could mat rfonlsh a dried codfish or a smoked Am hg as not yet been found. But expi je commonplace facts, while sign...

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. — 2 April 1898

THE T!RUE DEMOC RiAT. 'O1'f 1C1ALtJ0 1:SNA1I01' TIlE I2.U Isi. WV. XV. LEAK E, J3 I., Popriewtor. hn1ºscyril~tiunl, ErCP 8&1I tIU - - I1.t?. }1I te-retld at I Pint Jllictxe at t . I i:LI1(is v'ii'·, 1.)a.. as Second, 1:154 I2::lttir. Best CoEgh A'r L LtK A JLS. Best Cough ý±rcp 't'astes Gu'd. Use In timeo. F:,ld icy dr:r~lj lIOIRT CUTS. I' o0 The Governorl' s right i 4il. I o) the fight that the 8t. lri1ntlr, Ath letic Cili were to 'lill off." A i 'JT.ie sTli ge v c;l use 1as.sýd final ly by by a vot', of 9 yeas toi 2S3 Ils, (I ; l' ,tiit · iit l cin~ lt~ iu t th t : 11 abselltand not '-W i,,. Lo ii',.1 1 c'. ' ) ' of her , r icffjrig, h i law,"it is a pIo, r lhlllg llt, lily ow0 ." Ilews' twie( Gov roster has tenieredl the fil ier litia for It defense - ineed be- port New Orle dl!. i There is talk of l hle gov'eriniien t's dent pIlurch;ising t he lug the R. W. WVil- wit I lot of New Orie,-is, thle finest boat res, in the Southi. one hill ' The wartt-ship) ;lie to he ipainteed ...

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. — 2 April 1898

Wis. Uý VilaN~r~ c~ fi ss DANVILLe-. ILL. Sr. -from Headache Cured by rI.4 P;e. neostorativoe ervine. I' IN .DACflES are the bane of woman's life. Frequetiy rleved but seldom peranUentfly cured, the ultimate re Stinualmisery. Miss Maggie Lan hestnut Et., Danville, Ill., says in 3i "I cannot add to my testimony of ear ecept that lam well and strong. 1 ago I had such a pain in my head tenthin, was desperately nervous Sand could not sleep SOther complications ý. * peculiar to my sex set in and our physician jf , called another in con " suitation. They' de eB% c ided I had consump it ti o :n ad must die. I commenced taking Dr. SRestoretive Nervine and the second obtained the first nights real sleep in iek s. 1know that Dr. Miles' Iesr-. ieiervine saved my life. i.Mes emedies are sold by all drug ender a positive guarantee, first bottle ts o0 money refunded. Book on Heart erves sent free to all applicants. ;E IILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart Ind. - - - --' .I !.  . a -  -'_ n m -- - pes...

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. — 2 April 1898

KIND THOUGHTS. Let us cherish a memory for pleasant things And let all others go; It is never by giving "tit for tat" That we touch the heart of a foe. It is not by dwelling on fancied wrongs That we feel their sting grow less; And malice, once entering the heart, is surf To crush out all tenderness. Forgive, forget, though the wrong be greal And your heart be stricken sore; For thinking of trouble makes it worse, And its pain so much the more. Do kindly things to your neighbors, e'en Though they do not so to you; Though they be wrong, unjust, unkind, Keep your own heart ever true. The heart is a garden, our thoughts the flowers That spring into fruitful life; Have a care that in sowing there fall no sooel From the weed of cruel strife. Ohl loving words are not hard to say If the heart be loving, too, And the kinder the thoughts you give t( others * The kinder their thoughts of you. MY MURDERER. ELLIE had Sfancy for somi ___ ^ fresh eggs foe supper tha I evening, and al - she seemed...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 April 1898

wer mn wants but little here below .fde UGeeration of Men. ~ er re better to-day than ever c, e0arlly iege youths are, as a general a eeo rc.n,, nt specimens. The con urP etneeou thoug hey 101 cime athletes, can reatly in sfVnir t th and restore sranqulity ethi em by the efficient aid of t schBitters, which also ro maslari51, kidney, dyspeptic and able. Tele in a Chinese city are those _,1ines tsale of coffins. otet ed h ent D wao-e to meet. Welke to have e-on tterine.e He will be more en y, _a Hole anyb else once he's cured E Stterine is for Tetter Ecze 0 norUmavin.nd all skin diseases. 56 cents , º0'baosb'tores or by mail from J. T. l beon0sefyma 10 strokes a second . its wings; the bee l90' .t e aCDen·nlsrmot Be Curd ,ý a t as they Cnnot reach the n * 1° oa rpg1ei the ear. T.ret . i8i onlyone D o - m and tht by ane D i 0 - dl of the muoun s lingof the . When this tube gets In hiiiauvhe rumbling sound qr imper when It is entirely close reult, and nnle >e infam n be taen ot...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 April 1898

RIVERS RAPIDLY RISING. FLQODS IN THE OHIO VALLEY CAUSE MUCH DAMAGE. Thousands of People Leave Their Homes --.Losses Estimated at Millions of Dol lars-.-Rallroad Traffic Partly Suspended ..-The Ohio River'Swelling. The Ohio river is rising at all points from Parkersburg to Cairo. At Cin cinnati at 10 o'clock Friday night the stage was 53 3-10 feet, a rise of four tenths of a foot in four hours, which cate is maintained. A stage of 55 feet will be reached there. The Kanawha river has risen 5 feet at Charleston. The flood continues at Zanesville, where the Muskingum is still rising two inches an hour. Two persons reported drowned. More than two hundred box cars have been destroyed, city without light or water supply. Loss in the county is estim ated at millions. Two thousand per sons are sheltered in public halls and the market house. The river at Louisville is still rising. A half a foot was recorded between the hours of six Friday morning and noon, and the river men are preparing for...

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. — 9 April 1898

IHE TRUE DEPMOCRAT SOfficial Journal of the Parish of West Fellciana and School Board. . VOL. VII.---NO 10. LAKE Jr., Pub. Pro ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FLICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURI)AY, APRIL 9, 1898. V* II i, II unni"dl d" SPANISH u13. Poewrell, John H. Stone, a 8.o'evllle Clinton, La. pOWELL & STONE, esoltl ttorneys " at - Law, Declar St. Fraucisville, La. Galleri Makori ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorny - at - Law, MNI Will practicein the conrts of the wp 13th and 14th j icial districts. D when tr ig vacation, will meet clients at the ittin gBston House in Bayou Sara whenever court requeste . the att" poit Coupeo Postoffice, La as larg p-g the -"erreadint W. RICHARDS PERCY, was be Attorney.at-Law & Notary Publlc, might ST. FlANCISVILLEI LA. ing de Willpractice it the 13th Judicial ings ci Ditrict, 4th Circuit; Supreme and 1issis Federal Courts. Office in Bank Build. thons SI extem passio HOBT" C. WICKLIFFE, Upon Attorney - at - L Wv, ative jorne< sT. FBANOIBVILLE, LA. TUI Office ne...

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. — 9 April 1898

CHEER UP. What's the use of looking glum? Cheer up; Brighter days will surely come, Cheer up; The' the storm-king holds full sway, Tho' the torrents pour to-day. Every cloud will clear away; Cheer up. No use of shedding idle tears, Cheer up; Don't give way to foolish fears, Cheer up; 'Aint no use of feeling blue If the sun don't shine on you, Bobs and sighs will never do: Cheer up. If misfo "une be your share; Cheer up; Time will lighten every care; Cheer up; With the 8pringtime's gentle rain Buds the fairest flowers again, Songs birds sing a pwoeter strain; Cheer up. I-P. L. McCarty, in Boston Traveler. 0.333330,30,3,O,30Q O30OOO BROKEN CHINA. , BY IIELEN FORREST GRAVES. 03000 330000000000 00 F course they don't want me," said Rosabel Raymond,sadly. "Nobody seems to want me. No . home seems to be open to me . / 1\, anywhere. When papa died, he told me Uncle Dallas would be kind to me, and take his vaca-nt place. And uncle is kind, after his odd, abrupt fashion. ButAuntAlicia doesn...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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