From Farmerville

cropped-farmerville-main-street.jpgThe Gazette
March 25, 1903

Eld. S. R. Nolan preached Sunday at the Baptist church in Farmerville.

A full line of harness and lap robes at Baughman’s. Price to suit any buyer.

Sheriff C. H. Murphy returned Monday from a business trip into Arkansas.

I have a large quantity of the best commercial fertilizers for sale.   J. D. BAUGHMAN.

Mrs. S. E. Chapman and Miss Josie Gill left Tuesday morning for Ruston.

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.

Judge Barksdale, of Ruston, came to Farmerville Tuesday on professional business.

JUST RECEIVED! two cars of Missouri mules, mares and horses. See them before buying elsewhere. J. D. Baughman.

Messrs. Abe Stein and D. E. Laupheimer came up Monday from Monroe to vote in the municipal election.

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 on each box. 25¢.

Mr. Emile Selig left Sunday for Randolph to accept a position in the commissary department of the Summit Lumber Co.

If you want a carriage or buggy, don’t fail to see my assortment. I can sell you these goods at city prices as I buy in car load lots exclusively. J. D. BAUGHMAN.

The municipal election was so hot Monday that, notwithstanding the day was quite cool, many people kept sufficiently warm without fires.

Gold Dust Fertilizer. The best made. $19.50 per ton. Freight paid to your landing. Address: LANCHE-GUNBY D. G. Co.  West Monroe, La.

Last week Mr. J. D. Fenton sold out his remaining stock of merchandise to the Union Mercantile Co., Ltd., and retired from the mercantile business.

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¢.

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Breed left Monday to visit relatives in the 8th ward. Mrs. Breed will visit her former home in Arkansas before returning.

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¢.

As an aftermath of Monday’s election, a little scrap occurred Tuesday morning between Mr. H. Ludwig and Mr. F. E. Mayo, resulting in the latter contributing $3.50 to the town exchequer as  a fine.

A Physician Writes. “I am desirous of knowing if the profession can obtain Herbine in bulk for prescribing purposes? It has been of great use to me in treating cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork. I have never known it to fail in restoring the organs affected, to their healthful activity.” 50c a bottle at R. Haas, agent.

Ex Confederate Veterans Reunion, New Orleans, La., May 19 to 22. The St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern railroad, will make a round trip rate of $5.85. Tickets on sale may 16th, to 21st, limit May 21st, except upon depositing with Joint Agent and paying 50 cents same will be extended to June 15th. For any  information apply at Ticket Office or write H. D. Apgar, Agent.

E W Grove

Mr. J. N. Hicks, the D’Arbonne merchant, came in this morning on the Robinson bringing to town 700 dozen eggs and 150 pounds of country butter. These eggs and the butter were gathered within the past 6 days in the D’Arbonne community. Come again, Mr. Hicks, with another cargo of this sort. — Monroe News.

The egg and butter business of Union Parish is already very profitable, but when our railroad is under way, it will be many times more so, as it will give our people a better market.

Attention, Comrades! Camp, No. 379, United Confederate Veterans, will meet at the court house in Farmerville, on Saturday, April 18, to select officers and delegates to the reunion at New Orleans. All members are requested to attend. R. M. TATUM, Adjutant. D. STEIN, Clerk.

One of the main essentials to successful farming is to provide yourself with labor saving implements. J. D. Baughman is agent for the celebrated Deering mowers and rakes. Get him to order these implements for you, and your harvesting of grain and hay will be an easy job.

Cures Sciatic Rheumatism. Mrs A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writes June 10th, 1899: “I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I get more relief from Ballard’s Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried. Enclosed find post office order for $1. Send me a large bottle of Southern Express. Sold by R. Haas.

Children’s Coughs and Colds.  Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st., Hutchison, Kan., writes: “I have given Ballard’s Horehound Syrup to my children for coughs and colds for the past four years, and find it the best medicine I ever used.” Unlike many cough syrups, it contains no opium, but will soothe and heal any disease of the throat or lungs quicker than any other remedy. 25¢, 50¢ and $1.00 at R. Haas, Agent.

Monday’s municipal election was interesting throughout. There were two tickets in the field, and the supporters of each became so enthused that every available voter in the town was induced to cast his ballot. The count of the votes showed the following result: For mayor — Robt. Roberts, 32, W. P. Chandler 26; for aldermen — J. M. Underwood, Jr., 33, W. J. Turnage 32,, J. G. Trimble 31, Duke Selig 30, R. Haas 27, J. G. Taylor 27, Oscar Baughman 26, D. Stein 26. The entire ticket, headed by Robt. Roberts for mayor and embracing the four aldermen receiving the highest number of votes was elected.

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Wm. E. Evans, of Truxno vicinity, has been missing for about fifteen days and it is thought that he and a companion were drowned in the Ouachita river near Lake Landing. They started out in a skiff, presumably to get a barrel of whiskey for a blind tiger operator, and nothing has been seen of them since in that vicinity. Their boat was found capsized, but no trace of the men, hence it is supposed they were drowned. Moral — He who monkeys with blind tiger liquor may be getting in drowning water.

So Sweet and Pleasing in Taste! Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., Topeka, Kan., speaking of Ballards Horehound Syrup says: “It has never failed to give entire satisfaction, and of all cough remedies it is my favorite, and I must confess to my many friends that it will do, and has done, what is claimed for it–to speedily cure a cough or a cold; and it is so sweet and so pleasing in taste.” 25¢, 50¢ and $1 bottle. Sold by R. Haas.

Among other enterprises that will follow the building of Farmerville’s railroad, Messrs. J. D. Baughman, M. J. Pearson and J. W. Stancil are contemplating putting a complete system gin in Farmerville and running a cotton yard in connection therewith.

After a week’s hard work the grand jury adjourned last Saturday. They reported 43 bills of indictment. As all business was not completed, the body will again convene on the 3rd Monday in April.

No breaks of any serious consequence have occurred in the levee since the last issue of THE GAZETTE, but the situation is yet very critical. Much uneasiness is felt for the Sycamore levee in Concordia Parish, La., and the main levee near Rosedale, Miss., is caving badly. However, the river is falling at points above, and this given new hope that the worst may be over.

For Sale. A lot of store fixtures, including large iron safe, patent oil tank, computing scales, platform scales, show cases, book-keepers desk, etc. Will sell all or part. Cash or for good paper.  J. G. TRIMBLE.

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