August 12, 1903
Wanted at Once! WOOD 50 CHOPPERS
Highest Prices Paid. Apply to J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Fountain pens for sale by J. G. Trimble,
Mrs. B. A. Taylor is still quite sick. She has slow fever.
Judge R. B. Dawkins went to Ruston Monday on business.
Mr. Gray, of Claiborne Parish, was in Farmerville Monday.
I have for sale the Weber wagon — best wagon on the market. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Capt. Bowman and Mr. N. P. Cook, of Monroe, were on our streets Monday.
FOR SALE CHEAP — A lady’s side saddle and a lady’s bicycle. Apply at this office.
Read advertisement of J. A. Peek, relative to notes stolen from his burglarized safe.
I have a few good open buggies on hand. For sale cheap or trade. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Mr. W. H. Dennison, railroad contractor, left Monday for St. Louis and other points on business.
Mistakes are Costly. You can make no mistake by using Hunt’s Cure for Itch, Tetter, Ringworm and Itching Piles. No cure — no pay. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
Mr. Ed Ferry, a well known dry goods drummer, was interviewing our merchants the first of this week.
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.
The many friends of Miss Ethel Robinson will be pleases to know that she has returned to Farmerville.
Call on J. B. Adcock at Marion and have your photographs taken. He will give you fine finished pictures at reasonable charges.
Anybody can eat their fill of watermelons these days. They sell on the streets from 5 to 15 cents each.
We Tell No Secrets. It is an open secret that Hunt’s Lightning Oil cures every thing except broken hearts and softening of the brain. 25 and 50 cts. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee and their son Burch spent a few days of last week with relatives in Union Parish.
A Perilous Leap. From Pike’s Peak, 14,134 feet, will not cure softening of the grain, but a 25 cent box of Cheatham’s Laxative Chill Tablets will cure chills. No cure – not pay. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
Don’t fail to attend the laughable farce — “The Elevator” — which will be presented this evening at the court house.
Repent of Your Sins. And use Hunt’s Lightning Oil for all pains, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Colic and Diarrhea. Try it. 25 and 50 cts. Satisfaction or money refunded. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
Messrs. Q. A. Hester and I. M. Hester, of Downsville, have entered the mercantile business under the firm name of Hester Bros.
Open Your Mouth. And swallow one. Cheatham’s Laxative Chill Tablets combines all the qualities of the best liquid chill Tonics. Done always ready. Dose always the same. No cure – no pay. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
Maj. J. G. Lee, of Baton Rouge, commissioner of agriculture and immigration, spent a few days recently recreating in Union Parish.
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¢.
The report published in THE GAZETTE last week, to the effect that construction work had been commenced on the north end of the Farmerville & Southern railroad, was a “false alarm”.
Special excursion to St. Louis, and Chicago, Ill., : Monroe to St. Louis and return $12; Monroe to Chicago and return $15. Tickets on sale August 15th, good returning until Aug. 31st. For any information phone 35, or call at ticket off. H. D. Apgar, Agent.
Rev. Mr. Clark, pastor at Downsville, preached Sunday morning and evening in the Farmerville Methodist church, in place of Rev. Barnette Wright, who is conducting a series of meetings in the 10th ward.
Physicians and Druggists. Ford & Sturgeon, a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station, Ky., write: “We were requested by Dr. G. B. Snigley to send for Herbine for the benefit of our customers. We ordered three dozen in December, and we are glad to say, Herbine has given such grate satisfaction that we have duplicated this order three times, and today we gave your salesman another order. We beg to say Dr. G. B. Snigley takes pleasure in recommending Herbine.” 50c bottle at R. HAAS.
A large concourse of people gathered at Marion last Thursday, the attraction being public speaking and a barbecue. Prof. Taylor, of Ruston, and Hon. L. E. Thomas, of Shreveport, made entertaining talks on education. The hospitable people of Marion and vicinity had prepared a splendid dinner of barbecued meats and other palatable viands. With a feast for both the intellectual and the inner man, it is needless to say that everybody present spent a most enjoyable day.
Watch for a Chill. However slight at this time of year and in this climate, it is the forerunner of malaria. A disposition to yawn, and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill. Herbine, by its prompt stimulative action on the liver, drives the malaria germs out of the system, purifies the blood, tones up the system and restores health. 50c at R. Haas.
A case of small pox developed in town Sunday morning. The patient was promptly put in quarantine and there have been no further developments. This case was contracted at Dodson’s railroad camp near Eldorado, Ark. This is the third case that has been brought in this community from that section and it has cost the city and parish about $350, and unless the authorities take steps to stamp out the disease in the vicinity of Crossett and Eldorada, it would be well for Morehouse Parish to quarantine against those places, as the disease is fast becoming a nuisance and a large expense. — Bastrop Enterprise.
A Worm Killer. J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxico, Wayne Co., MO., writes: “I have little twin girls, who have been bothered with worms all their lives. I tried everything to relieve them which failed until I used White’s Cream Vermifuge; the first two doses brought four worms from one of them, the next two doses, twelve, one of them measuring twelve inches; the other child was only relieved of four worms. It is a most excellent medicine.” White’s Cream Vermifuge is good for children. It not only destroys worms, it helps the child to perfect growth, wards off sickness. 25c. Sold by R. Haas.
EDITOR GAZETTE:–It was a good fortune of your humble correspondent to be present at the barbecue at Marion on Thursday, the 6th inst. Marion did herself proud, as usual. On very short notice she spread a feast fit for our President and gathered together a large concourse of well behaved people, who were the fortunate recipients of a delightful but rare treat, to say nothing of the feast already referred to. As I understood it, the affair was gotten up in the interest of education, one of the grandest ambitions to which any community or town can aspire. As it was given out that our esteemed Judge Dawkins wast to deliver an address, as also Prof. Aswell, of Ruston, myself and party were the more eager to attend. But turn our necks and strain our eyes as we would, we failed to find them and were preparing ourselves for a genuine disappointment, when some kind friend informed us that Mr. Emmet Thomas was to deliver an address, a young man whom we have known as boy and man over a quarter of a century, and whose career we have especially followed since we stood on the bank of Cornie Creek and rejoiced with his noble mother in his conversion and baptism.
To whatever happy circumstances and intellectual strength Mr. Thomas may owe his grand success in life, his first fruit offerings should be laid at the feet of that devoted mother, who consecrated her life to the development of his spiritual and intellectual character, and a grand success is her reward. And his speech! My pen cannot do it justice; enough that it was report with noble thoughts and happy illustrations; that he impressed upon the people the great necessity of education, showed the peril to our institutions, to the South and to the nation that he’s in the unlettered ignorance of the younger generations.
We are justly proud of our Marion lad, and congratulate Shreveport upon her acquisition of what we so regretfully lost.
After Mr. Thomas’ speech, the people were entertained with some delightful music by the Farmerville brass band, upon the conclusion of which Prof. Hodnett introduced Prof. Taylor, of the Ruston Industrial Institute, who entertained us quite awhile with a spirited address upon education, its advantages and uses in the different paths of life. We quite forgot for the time being our disappointment over Mr. Aswell’s failure to put in an appearance.
Upon the conclusion of Mr. Taylor’s address, the people were invited to partake of a bountiful dinner prepared by the ladies of Marion and vicinity, who are noted for their hospitality and culinary skill. MATRON.
The Monroe Sash and Door Factory — What it Does for Its Customers.
It gives them the cheapest and best yellow pine and cypress doors and sash and all other mill work. It gives them a good fit and promptly corrects any errors that may be made.
It delivers goods ordered promptly without any expense for dray age or freight in Monroe and its suburbs.
It readily modifies and alters bills, adds to or takes from to suit purchasers.
It gives reasonable time for payment.
It saves vexation, annoyance, worry and loss.
It studies the interest of its customers and tries to please them.
It spends all its money with home people and helps to support the tin bucket brigade.
Send in your orders and “you’ll be satisfied with life.”
MONROE SASH AND DOOR CO. 2m
In a address delivered at Urbana, Ohio, last week, Wm. Jennings Bryan called Grover Cleveland a “bunch steerer,” and other wise paid his compliment (?) to the former President. Bryan is not satisfied unless be can “lambaste” somebody periodically.
Cured Paralysis. W. S. Baily, P. O. True, Texas, writes: “My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard’s Snow Liniment, which cured her all right. I have also used it for old sores, frost bites, and skin eruptions. It does the work.” 25c, 50c and $1.00 bottle at R. Haas.
Labor of all kinds are in big demand this year. Mechanies, railroad builders, wood choppers and farm laborers can get all the work they desire at remunerative wages.
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¢
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baughman intend to leave tomorrow for a trip into Texas.
Messrs. J. P. Fenton and W. A. Perryman, of Ruston, are visiting realtives in Farmerville.
Mr. Ernest Ramsey returned home Sunday afternoon. He will take a position with the surveying party on the Farmerville & Southern railroad.
All prizes offered at my recent drawing have been called for except one $7.50 prize, which ticket No. 2000 drew. Part holding said ticket will please present same to me and get money. W. J. TURNAGE.
Miss Louise Trimble intends to leave Friday for a visit to Crowley, La., and Portlan, Ark., after which she will go to New York City to accept a position as teacher in the public schools there.
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¢.
How to Succeed in Business. Keep your liver in good condition by using Simmons Liver Purifier (tin box). It corrects constipation, cures Indigestion, Billiousness, stops Headache, get your heart in the right place so you can smile at your neighbor. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
THE GAZETTE, one dollar a year in advance.