June 18, 1902
Summer has been doing a hot business for the past ten days.
Hope and Wisdom Both are contained in Cheatham’s Chill Tablets. Try them. 25 cts. No cure – no pay. Sold by R. Haas, Agt.
The “isn’t-this-hot-enough-for-you” fiend is now extant in the country.
I am prepared to do all kinds of work in the photographer’s line. Give me a trial. J. B. ADCOCK.
Miss Rosa Lemle, of Monroe, is visiting the Misses Shuster in Farmerville.
Have your photograph taken ere the substance fades. J. B. Adcock will fix you up all right.
Mr. D. L. Cromwell, of Bernice, came over to the Jewish confirmation services Friday.
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.
A number of Farmerville’s young folks attended a fish-fry on Bayou Cornie Tuesday.
Pretty Tough to Scratch. For a living and relief also. Hunt’s Cure will cure you of itch, tetter, ringworm, itching piles, eczema. Guaranteed by all dealers. Sold by R. Haas, Agent.
Miss Estelle Marx, of Monroe, is spending a few days with Mrs. J. W. Taylor in Farmerville.
Before buying your hats, call and see my line of Ladies, Misses and childrens, and you will find the latest styles. R. Haas, Agent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fenton and Miss Miriam Hartman visited the Chautauqua at Ruston this week.
What’s The Trouble with your back, old man? Rheumatism? Too bad, too bad. I advise you to try Hunt’s Lightning Oil. It is said to be a wonderful remedy. Sold by R. Haas, Agent.
Mr. John Ballard says that lice are injuring very materially the cotton plant in his neighborhood.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25¢
Last Saturday Mr. S. M. Nolan brought to our office some of the finest onions we have seen this year.
LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS with you, have chills and you chill alone. Cheatham’s Laxative Chill Tablets cures, gives an appetite and strength. Most convenient chill tonic on earth. Can carry in the vest pocket. Sold by R. HAAS, Agent.
Mrs. Luane Everett returned home Saturday. She has been teaching the past session at Keachie College.
Everything Comes to those that wait, even now and then aches and pains, rheumatism, catarrh, neuralgia, and everything that hurts. Hunts Lightning Oil keeps off everything except old age and death. Try it 25 and 50 cents. Satisfaction or money refunded. Sold by R. HAAS, Agent.
After a pleasant visit in Alexandria and Lecompte, Miss Reita Hartman returned home Friday afternoon.
I will meet my friends and patrons in different parts of the parish to do any work in my line — from the smallest to the largest picture. Prices reasonable. J. B. ADCOCK.
Mr. and Mrs. Rasbury, of Lincoln Parish, made a visit last week to their son, Mr. R. J. Rasbury, of Farmerville.
Go to Mayo’s for Ice Drinks of all kinds – Lemonades, Sherbets, Celery Tonic, Soda Pop, etc. Everything neat and clean. The ONLY place in town where you can be served right.
Mr. John R. Pleasant, the popular postmaster of Bernice, and Mrs. Lucy White, of Simsboro, were married last week.
DON’T BECOME DISCOURAGED. But use Simmon’s Liver Purifier (tin box). many imitations of the original, so be careful and see that it’s “Purifier” and manufactured by C. A. Simmons, Jr. Medicine Co. Sold by R. HAAS, Agent.
Rabbi I. Heinberg and family of Monroe, are visiting friends in Farmerville.
Just received a car load of Furniture consisting of Beds, Chairs, Rockers, Wardrobes, Bed Springs, Mattresses, Dressers, Kitchen Safes, Bureaus and Center Tables. R. HAAS, Agt.
Messrs. Goldsmith and Abe Arent, of Monroe, were in Farmerville Monday, looking after the financial interests of Meyer Bros.
The Best Prescription for Malaria, Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. Price 50¢.
A long, slow rain would be a blessing just now. Farmers are beginning to wear long faces in dread of a drought. The corn crop is beginning to suffer from the parching rays of the sun.
Bring back Stein’s keys, which he lost. They say Stein had the best vinegar. Shirt waists, dress goods, ladies’ hats, men’s shirts half price, fruit jars, tops and rubbers; all can be found at Stein’s store. Ask for what you don’t see. D. STEIN.
Henry Pope Heard, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.Heard, died at the home of his parents Saturday morning in Monroe. He was a native of Union Parish, and was in his 27th year when he died.
You Know What you are Taking. When you take Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50¢.
The young folks of Farmerville enjoyed a pleasant sociable Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rasbury; and on Saturday evening they gathered again at the home of Mrs. Selig, where they spent an enjoyable time.
To save mending, avoid breaking, and to avoid suffering, prevent coughs and colds by the timely use Ballard’s Horehound Syrup. It is a safe, sure and swift remedy for all bronchial ailments. Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale by R. HAAS, Agt.
Eld. Henry Archer showed us last week a spool containing about 200 yards of white silk, which was spun by silk worms. Mr. Archer procured. The silk was snowy white and it would require about three strands of the specimen to make ordinary sewing silk. Mr. Archer says that the study of the silk worm and its workings from the time it is hatched until it develops into a butterfly is very interesting, and he thinks the worms could be managed to profit here. He feeds them on osage orange leaves and mulberry leaves.
If the stomach performs its functions actively and regularly, the food of which it is the receptacle, is transformed into blood of a nourishing quality, which furnishes vigor and warmth to the whole body. Herbine gives tone to the stomach and promotes digestion and assimilation. Price, 50 cents. For sale by R. Haas, Agt.
An oil well would do this parish more good in the way of stimulating infustrial activity, than would the discovery of a rich diamond mine. Let’s have one, and quit consuming other people’s oil at figures that the transportation monopolies have made almost prohibitive. – Franklin Vindicator – News.
For Union Parish we would prefer a rich diamond mine; but then we would be satisfied with an oil well. The Vindicator News talks like it’s an easy matter to get one. Will he please tell us how. Come to think about it, we might be pretty well satisfied with as little a thing as a railroad this summer. We believe it would go about as far in “stimulating industrial activity” as we could well stand this hot weather.
Many women fail to digest their food, and so become pale, sallow, thin and weak, while the brightness, freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion departs. Remedy this by taking Herbine after each meal, to digest what you have eaten. Price, 50 cents. For sale by R. Haas, Agt.
A large number of citizens of Farmerville assembled at the Knights of Pythias hall last Friday evening to witness the Jewish confirmation exercises, conducted by Rabbi I. Heinberg. There were four candidates for confirmation – Misses Ellen Haas, Helena Selig, Messrs. Emile Selig and Henry Haas. The examination of the applicants showed that they were well trained concerning the principles of the Jewish faith; and the exercises were both impressive and interesting. The hall was very prettily decorated for the occasion.
There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment. pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75¢. Hall’s Family Pill are the best.
In this issue of THE GAZETTE appears the charter of the Camie, Cecil & Fay Telephone Co. with its domicile in Farmerville. The company is capitalized at $10,000, and it is now operating over 100 miles of telephone lines in North Louisiana and South Arkansas. The incorporators propose to further extend their telephone facilities by putting in a switch board at Farmerville and a double line from this point to Monroe, and otherwise improve the service.
The Bastrop Clairon says “the railroad is pushing forward rapidly to El Dorado, Ark.” This is the northern extension of the N. O. & N. W., which now belongs to the Goulds.
Account 4th of July, the Iron Mountain Route will sell tickets within 200 miles at one fare for round trip; tickets on sale July 3rd and 4th, good until July 7th.
Mr. Mose Hartman is visiting the family of Mr. G. Hartman, his brother, in our town. He just recently came over to this country from Germany.
If you are troubled with that most uncomfortable disease called piles, don’t neglect it. Don’t let the complaint get a firm hold. Every day the disease is neglected it grows worse. Commence at once to use Tabler’s Buckeye Pile Ointment, the relief is immediate, and cure infallible. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. For sale by R. HAAS, Agt.
Mr. G. W. Brown is having the Everett office, east side of public square, very nicely fixed up for a railroad office. It has been repapered and repainted, screens put in the doors and windows, and oil cloth on the floor. His handsome office furniture is expected to arrive this week.
Mr. L. H. Barnes came in from Ruston Monday.
Mr. E. L. Sanderson, of Ouachita Parish, was on our streets Tuesday.
Mr. And Mrs. Edward Everett went to Ruston today to attend the Chautauqua.
Miss Avva Gill of D’Arbonne vicinity, visited friends in Farmerville the first of this week.
Miss Victoria Turnage, of Star Hill, La., is visiting the family of Mr. W. J. Turnage, in our town.
Eld. J. H. Hughes returned Saturday from Mt. Lebanon, La., where he spent a few weeks at a minister’s meeting.
Monday evening the serenity of Shreveport was disturbed by a shooting affray between Herman Zodiac, a prominent merchant, and D. A. Minor, a former employee of his assailant. in which five shots were fired. Minor was shot in three places, but his wounds are not regarded as serious. The affray grew out of a trouble of long standing.
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