June 25, 1902
We had “a cold day in June” last Saturday.
Mr. G. Hartman went to Monroe this week.
Hope and Wisdom Both are contained in Cheatham’s Chill Tablets. Try them. 25 cts. No cure – no pay. Sold by R. Haas, Agt.
Mr. Edward Everett and wife returned from the Chautauqua Sunday.
Attorney R. Roberts and Mr. J. D. Fenton went to Monroe Tuesday.
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.
Mrs. J. D. Baughman visited relatives and friends in Monroe last week.
Mr. John Brothers has been confined to his room the past few days with fever.
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.
During the past week Mr. M. W. Wilson, his wife and daughter have been quite sick.
It is now stated that the railroad from Bastrop to El Dorado will be completed about January 1st.
Before buying your hats, call and see my line of Ladies, Misses and children’s, and you will find the latest styles. R. Haas, Agent.
Miss Jennie Preaus returned home Monday from Shiloh where she had been on a visit.
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.
Last Thursday and Friday showers fell in portions of this parish; but these partial rains do not benefit crops very materially. A long, general rain is what is needed.
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.
Mr. Wm. M. Green called Tuesday at our office. He reports that a fine rain fell last week in his vicinity, extending from five miles north of Farmerville up into Arkansas.
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¢
Very little western bacon has been bought by the farmers of Union Parish up to date this year; but from the way hogs are now dying, bills for bacon next year will be quite different.
A new lot of Dry Goods, Notions, etc., just received at the RACKET STORE. Call and see them and get prices. It will be my pleasure to serve you. KARL A. PLEASANT.
The report on the prospects of the cotton crop on the first of June was one of the best in years. Unless conditions soon change, the July report will be quite different. Much corn is already beyond salvation.
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.
Rev. P. O. Lowery, of Bastrop, La., and Miss Louise McGehee, of San Antonio, Tex., will be married on July 16th. The groom’s many friends in Union Parish will join the THE GAZETTE in congratulations.
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.
Real Estate business in Union Parish has been extremely dull recently. Only one transfer was filed for record in the clerk’s office since our last report – Arkansas Southern R. R. to J. T. Henry et. al, (?) lots in Junction City, $150.
We regret to report that Mrs. B. F. Pleasant is gradually growing worse, and her physicians regard her recovery as very doubtful. Her condition yesterday was considered very critical; and her son, Col. R. G. Pleasant, of Shreveport, was summoned to her bedside. He arrived here about 11 o’clock last night. Mrs. Pleasant is resting well this morning.
Mothers who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with White’s Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 cents. For sale by R. Haas, Agent.
THE GAZETTE acknowledges a pleasant call Saturday afternoon from Mr. Al. Donnaud, of the New Orleans Times-Democrat. Mr. Donnaud and his family are spending a week with relatives and friends in Union Parish. They leave today for Monroe.
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.
THE GAZETTE has received the first issue of the Gospel Herald, a new paper started at Ruston in the interest of the Baptist denomination. The Herald is an eight-page, five-column paper, and is ably edited by Thos J. Mangham and Eld. T. N. Rhymes.
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.
One day last week the trustees of the Farmerville High School met and elected the following teachers for the ensuing scholastic year: Prof. John Roaten, principal; Miss Bertha Cook, assistant; and Miss Ethel Robinson, instructor in music. Prof. Roaten takes the school on terms quite similar to last year. Neither Miss Belle Trimble, for assistant, nor Miss Mattie Hardy, for instructor in music, desired a re-election.
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.
The next regular meeting of the North Louisiana Agricultural Society will be held at the North La. Ex. Station at Calhoun on Thursday, June the 26th. The subject for discussion is “Small Farms Well Tilled.” A number of interesting speakers will participate in the discussion and unusually interesting meeting is anticipated. All are cordially invited to attend and take part in the discussion. Lunch will as usual be served on the grounds at 12 m.
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.
We have received the new catalogue of the the Tulane University of Louisiana, in New Orleans, just received from the University press. An examination of its contents shows that the year just closed has been one of the most notable and successful in the development of the University. The teaching force and the attendance have been the largest in all her history, being 86 teachers and 1223 students. The opening of the dormitories during the year has filled a long needed want, and makes it now possible for a student to attend the University at a minimum cost. It is estimated that $175 will pay the expenses of a scholarship student in the academic department for a session, and the Bureau of Self-Help will do all in its power to assist students of limited means to pay their way through. We note that the attendance of students from the country parishes is steadily increasing. We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the University in another column.
Mr. John A. McShane, of Omaha, Nebraska, the leading spirit in the contemplated railroad to Farmerville, reached our town Monday afternoon, to look further into the details of his proposed enterprise. Tuesday afternoon a committee of Farmerville’s representative citizens accompanied him on a drive through the country to see our vast timber and other resources. Later in the evening this party was joined by a number of other citizens of Farmerville at the handsome Baughman residence, west of town, where a delightful time was spent in listening to spicy and appropriate toasts, drinking and eating. Mr. Baughman’s cordial and hospitable entertainment of the party was only equaled by the beauty and elegance of his handsome new residence, which is now nearing completion. Everyone present, on leaving, felt deeply indebted to Mr. Baughman for a most pleasant occasion.
Messrs. D. Stein, John Donley, Julius Arent and Duke Selig, while a returning in a surrey yesterday from the reception at the Baughman home, had a runaway scrape. In attempting to pass another team on Academy street, their horses got into full gallop, and at the same time the lines became unbuckled, thus rendering the team unmanageable. As the horses turned into Jackson street at full speed, the vehicle was upset, but fortunately the team was released from the surrey as it turned over, and in consequence none of the occupants were badly hurt. A few bruises, a big scare and a damaged vehicle were the extent of the injuries.
Mess. J. H. Hughes, J. R. Shultz, R. Haas, Edmund Haas, Tom Atkinson, I. Shuster, J. W. Taylor and Dr. J. G. Taylor went to Marion Tuesday to assist in organizing a new Masonic lodge there, and to celebrate St. John’s day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hamilton, of Shiloh, came to Farmerville yesterday afternoon, on account of the dangerous illness of Mrs. Pleasant.
Mrs. H. D. Webb returned home yesterday afternoon from Monroe. She was accompanied by two of her grandchildren.
Six blocks of business buildings at Portland, Or., were destroyed by fire Sunday. Loss estimated at $600,000.
Governor Heard has appointed John T. Tillery constable of the seventh ward, Union Parish, under Act. No. 148 of 1900.
The senate passed the Haggerty merger bill by a vote of 31 to 4. The house concurred in the senate amendments.
London is now the Mecca for royal personages and notables from every cli(?)e. The coronation proper King Edward VII will take place tomorrow; but this entire week is being given to celebrating the event on a grand scale.
Pile-ine Cures Piles. Money refunded if it ever falls.
THE GAZETTE, one dollar a year in advance.
BAD INDEED. Losing flesh is indeed a bad sign. Take Scott’s Emulsion for it. For weak digestion, for defective nourishment, for consumption, take Scott’s Emulsion. It restores flesh because it strikes at the cause of the loss.
The Sultan of Turkey has issued an order prohibiting the publication of any more books in the Turkish language. He says there are already enough books in existence.
There is work and plenty of it for the cruelty-to-animal-man right here in our own town. The mules used by the grading outfit on the New Orleans and Northwestern Railway, are in bad shape. Several have great sores on their shoulders of almost the same size as the collars which gall them for more than 12 hours every day. There being no officer for the prevention of cruelty to animals in this burg, some humane citizen of prominence should look into the matter, if not, the officers of the law. – Rayville Beacon News.
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¢.
Mack McCleland, a prominent farmer of Acadia Parish, was killed by a stroke of lightning while working on a small canal.
The St. James hotel at Dallas, Tex., collapsed early Monday morning, burying several of the guests beneath the ruins. Ten of them were seriusly injured, some perhaps fatally. The hotel was a three-story structure.
Yesterday morning Mr. J. T. Porter, who resides four miles south of town, brought the first watermelons of the season to town. They were fine ones and sold like hot cakes for 50 to 75 cents each. – Winnfield Sentinel.
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.
Donaldsonville, La., wants free postal delivery system, and to that end passed a resolution asking Senators McEnery and Foster and Congressman Broussard to use their best efforts with the Washington authorities to secure it.
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¢.
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.
You feel better at once after using Herbine, you enjoy your food more, and you get more nourishment and invigorating force out of what you eat. Hence Herbine makes you strong, vigorous and cheerful. Price, 50 cents. For sale by R. HAAS, Agt.
THE GAZETTE, one dollar a year in advance.