March 6, 1901
Mr. Rudolph Haas went to Monroe Tuesday on business.
For a good barrel of flour, go to Henderson Bros., Bernice.
Dr. J. M. Thurman, the popular Ruston dentist, spent a couple days of this week in Farmerville.
Dr. C. H. Laurence and Mr. M. J. Pearson spent Saturday in Monroe on business.
R. Haas, agent for M. Haas estate, has ordered another car load of furniture, which will soon arrive.
It is reported that a case of small pox has developed in the Cherry Ridge vicinity.
For a pair of shoes that fit and wear, see Henderson Bros., Bernice.
Mrs. A. C. Harper, of Weldon neighborhood, died last Thursday night. The Gazette extends sympathy to the bereaved family.
Messrs. C. D. Covington and Joe Ramsey went to Monroe Thursday, returning home Saturday.
Miss Clara Moore, of Bernice, visited relatives in Farmerville. She was the guest of the Misses Goyne
Remember coffins are cash. Before you get one make your arrangement for the pay. 2-2-’01. J. R. SIMMONS.
Misses Myra and Ava Gill, of D’Arbonne neighborhood, spent a few day of last week in Farmerville, the guest of Mr. J. D. Baughman’s family.
When you need any staple farming implements, fine or staple pocket knife or other cutlery, go Baughman’s. He can suit you both in goods and prices.
Mr. W. S. Pearson and Miss Susanna Odom were married Monday at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Odom, near Farmerville.
Mr. Roland Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Edwards died last week of pneumonia, aged 18 years.
Farmers have been scarce about town for the past few days. They are looking after their planting interests.
Henderson Bros., at Bernice, have the largest line of noble and up-to-date clothing found in this section.
Last Thursday the suit of King vs. King was transferred to Lincoln Parish, and there being no further business at that session of the district court the tribunal adjourned.
I will be at Cherry Ridge March 11; Oakland, March 18; Farmerville, March 25, and will stay a week at each place, prepared to do all kinds of dental work. Dr. C. H. Laurence, D.D.S.
If the old saying, “March comes in like a lamb, she’ll go out like a lion.” holds good, this year, we can expect blustering times at the close of this month. The weather for the first three days of this March was as fine as we ever saw.
Remember that J. D. Baughman, agent for the Standard Guano and Chemical M’f’g. Co., is handling a full line of the best chemical fertilizers this season. His prices are as low as the lowest. See him before buying.
It was a mistake in announcing the Epworth League literary entertainment for next Tuesday evening. It will take place, Friday, the 15th inst. Program given in our next issue.
Eld. J. U. H. Wharton has accepted the pastorate of the Ruston Missionary Baptist church for the present year. He moved from El Dorado to his new field of labor this week. By this change what is El Dorado’s loss is Ruston’s gain.
Read the new and attractive advertisement of J. D. Baughman, in another column. His store is being filled to overflowing with new and seasonable goods. Having bought for cash at close figures, he is determined to sell the same way. –cheaper than the cheapest. Give him a call.
Groceries! Groceries!! Just arrived from New Orleans — a fine line of choice Louisiana syrup, sugar, rice and coffee. See our goods and get prices before buying elsewhere. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
We learn that the cotton gin of Mr. T. J. Cole, in the D’Arbonne vicinity was destroyed by fire Monday night, and that 15 to 20 bales of cotton, most of which was ginned and baled, were also consumed.