From Farmerville

The Gazette
January 30, 1901

Dentistry. J. M. Thurmon of the firm of Thurman & Jordan of Ruston, La., will be at Marion, Monday, Feb. 4, remaining three or four days, prepared to do all kinds of dental work.

The Freddie W., Capt. Wall in command was at the Farmerville landing Monday.

Messrs. G. Hartman and Edward Everett went to Monroe yesterday on business.

The grand jury concluded their work Friday after a session of five days. The body found 28 true bills out of 59 presentations.

R. Haas, agent, is headquarters in Farmerville for stoves and furniture. Prices as low as the lowest.

Mr. Duke Selig has four good mules which he offers for sale cheap for cash or on time for approved paper.

Mr. A. C. Gill left Sunday morning for St. Louis to purchase another lot of mules for Mr. Baughman’s trade in this territory.

JUST ARRIVED — A full line of nice clothing, latest styles and patterns, at J. D. Baughman’s.

The month of January has been exceedingly mild in this section. A good portion of the time it was comfortable even at night without fires.

Remember that W. J. Turnage handles the celebrated Hamilton & Brown shoes. He has a full line on hand.

R. Haas, agent for M. Haas estate, has ordered another car load of furniture, which will soon arrive. If you need anything in this line give him a call.

Mrs. Mattie Lee, of Arcadia, came to Farmerville Saturday to attend the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Barnes, who is dangerously ill with pneumonia.

Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay, Price 25 cents.

District court adjourned Saturday morning. The session was an exceedingly quiet one, as there was but little business before the tribunal.

Mr. W. J. Atkinson has opened up a beef market in Farmerville. He wants a number of fat cattle and will pay good prices for them. See him if you have any for sale.

If you want a first-class mule, call at my stable. I have the pair of gentle young mules for sale cheap.  DUKE SELIG.

A trial is nothing but fair — and we want you to give us a trial on job work. We guarantee you will be pleased.

Messrs. J. R. Bransford, J. S. Cobb, T. A. Heard and J. L. Hopskins, jury commissioners, were in Farmerville Monday to draw a venure for the February session of court.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Groves’s signature is on each box. 25¢.

The new gasoline boat, that was contracted by Messrs. Wilson, made her initial trip to our landing last week going up the D’Arbonne as high as Beech Bluff. She carried out a cargo of cotton and cotton seed.

Read the new advertisement of Haas Mercantile Co. Ltd. On account of a contemplated change in business, this firm is selling out rite stock of goods in Farmerville at cost, and you can get bargains from them. Call early before their line of goods are picked over. The cost sale will last thirty days.

Small pox has been this winter in Morehouse Parish, in Ouachita Parish, in Lincoln Parish and Union county, Ark. Thus it will be seen that it is or has been to the north of us to the east of us to the south of us and to the west of us; therefore, if you have never been vaccinated have it done at once.

There is considerable sickness about town just now. Belle, the two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Trimble has been dangerously ill for the past week; Mrs. W. W. Barnes has been very sick with the pneumonia; Mr. and Mrs. R. Haas’ baby has high fever and three members of Mr. M. B. Shultz’ family have been confined to their beds. We are glad to report that all show signs of improvement.

LOST OR STOLEN. One promissory note drawn in June 1899, payable four months after date to bearer, signed by J. R. Tabor for the sum of $125.00 with 8 per cent interest from date. All parties are hereby notified not to trade for said note as it is my property.  T. J. Breed.

Mules, Mares and Horses. Will have at Bernice, La., a charge Conrad Gill, on Saturday, Feb. 2, one care Missouri mules, mares, horses at Walnut Lane, Tuesday, Feb 5, in charge of Sid Jiles, 20 head of mules; at Farmerville, Monday Feb.4, one car. This stock is all selected in St. Louis by Mr. Conrad Gill, and will be sold cheap as the cheapest.

Mr. D. E. Laupheimer came from Monroe Tuesday to attend the Taylor-Arent marriage.

It is reported on our streets Tuesday that a case of small pox had developed in Spearsville.

Lost or Stolen. One promissory note signed by Dixie and J. W. Holloway in favor of W. M. Green for $180.00, dated June 3, 1900, and due Dec. 1, 1901, on which L. L. Crawford is the witness. All persons are hereby notified not to trade for side note as it is my property.  W. M. Green, Cherry Ridge, La.


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