Loutre Dots

The Gazette
May 13, 1903

Health of the neighborhood is good.

Many farmers are being compelled to plant their cotton early this spring. The weather was so dry the seed failed to come up. Eight and nine cent cotton has gotten a rush on the planters, and some are expecting ten cents next season.

We like to hear from the farmers of other localities. Let them send THE GAZETTE the news from their sections.







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