August 19, 1903
Wanted at Once!
WOOD “50” CHOPPERS
Highest Prices Paid.
Apply to J. D. Baughman
Mr. D. Stein is still confined to his bed with sickness.
WANTED — Twenty-five head of fat yearlings. F. E. MAYO.
The great Wood Bros. Show in Farmerville Saturday Aug. 22.
Rev J. W. Elliott filled his pulpit Sunday morning and Sunday night.
Come and see Wood Bros. Show on the 22 of August.
Mayor Roberts left Thursday for Minden and will spend some time there on a visit.
Best of everything to be seen at Wood Bros. show on Saturday, August 22.
Miss Florence Aulds is visitng her “second mamma” Mrs. James Hall.
I have for sale the Weber wagon — best wagon on the market. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
If you only go to one show in a lifetime come and see Wood Bros. Show in Farmerville Saturday, Aug. 22.
FOR SALE CHEAP — A lady’s side saddle and a lady’s bicycle. Apply at this office.
The local market is overstocked with watermelons. The very largest can be bought for 10 cents or three for a quarter.
I have a few good open buggies on hand. For sale cheap or trade. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Drs. O. H. and R. E. Thompson and Messrs. Ed. Roark and J. A. Gresham, of Marion, were in town Tuesday on business.
Good seats free to all and plenty of them at Wood Bros. Show. A nice clean show for ladies and children, Saturday, August 22.
Crop prospects throughout the parish are said to be fine. Our people should be in better financial condition next year tan for a ?????.
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.
A telephone line has been established between town and Mr. M. J. Pearson’s gin house three miles from town. What enterprising farmer will be next?
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.
Miss Louise M. Trimble left Friday last for Crowley, La., and Portland, Ark., on a visit to relatives. After her visit is concluded Miss Trimble will go to New York where she will teach in the public schools of that city.
Call on J. B. Adcock at Marion and have your photographs taken. He will give you fine finished pictures at reasonable charges.
The machine for making brick for the new court house has arrived and work will begin at the brick yard and pushed with all possible speed. As soon as a kiln has been burned work on the building will be commenced.
LOST NOTE. — I have lost or misplaced a certain not signed by G. W. Cox, dated May 26, 1903, for $115.00 payable to R. E. Thompson. All persons are hereby warned not to trade for said note, as it is my property. R. E. THOMPSON.
The Baptist Sunday school convention will be held in Farmerville beginning Friday, Aug. 28th at 8 o’clock p. m. On Saturday and Sunday dinner will be served on the ground and everybody is invited to attend and bring baskets.
Read advertisement of “lost note” by Dr. R. E. Thompson.
Quit looking as though you had the toothache or colic and brace up. Corn is plentiful, fall is coming, business will soon be rushing, locomotives will soon be whistling, and hammers and saws will be singing songs to gladden your soul. Take a long breath of hope, swell up with ambition, increase your supply of faith, bite off a big hunk of prosperity, and get well.
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.
Mr. T. J. Breed, the former efficient and affable deputy clerk of court, left Monday for Shreveport where he will endeavor to make himself proficient in banking, he having been elected as cashier of the Farmerville State Bank which will begin operation Sept. 1st. Mrs. Breed and little son accompanied Mr. Breed as far as Bernice, from which place she will go to Ark. to visit relatives and friends.
TO CONTRACTORS. Bids wanted for the removal of the Farmerville old court house. For particulars address D.STEIN, Farmerville, La.
We are requested by Messrs. C. H. Jameson and R. Haas, members of the local school board, to state that tuition for children who desire to attend the Farmerville High School and who live out of this ward had been fixed at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 per month. This low rate should induce a large attendance. An additional teachers has been added and much is being done and should be done for educational advancement in the town and parish.
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.
The Elevator, as presented by the Twentieth Century Club at the court house on the night of the 12th, was greatly enjoyed by all present. Each of the cast was well adapted and played with interest and earnestness. Some deserve especial mention but all did so well it would almost be unjust to note distinctions. The Farmerville band added greatly to the pleasure of the occasion by rendering, and well, several beautiful selections. The occasion was a benefit for the Farmerville High School and all were highly gratities at its financial success. It is the intention of the club to try another theatrical venture soon.
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.
What is the matter with politics in Union? Nothing is more quiet while in other parishes the thing is “boiling hot.” Is it that we have no candidates or are they all on the still hunt. The gubernatorial campaign is growing more lively all the while but it is far too early to say what the final result will be. There are some good men in the race, but they have not told us why they are better fixed than the other fellow. Their platforms, so far, have reduced the issue to the sole question, “I want it.” Good enough gentlemen, if you have anything to back it. Let us, hear some cogent reasons why you are the man for the place.
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
You will not know us in two years. We will look young hopeful and progressive. The town council however, should establish a fire district to prevent people putting old ragged parches against the place where we will be dressed up. This may not be popular at first. Some people have worn old clothes so long they fell ill at case without them. They should not, however, be permitted to spoil the dress of others.
I wish to call the attention of the patrons and others that I have re-opend a butcher shop and will furnish the best beef the market will afford on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of each week. Will also keep, as before, a full line of family groceries. F. E. MAYO.
Mr. John Ballard paid THE GAZETTE a call Monday and reported quite a successful meeting which was held at the Conway Baptist church. He reported that there were twenty five accessions and twenty one were baptized Saturday last. The meeting was conducted by the Revs. M. F. Burns and L. Burnside.
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.
Mrs. J. M. Wallace and her two children Walker and Elizabeth left Tuesday morning for their home in Shreveport. They have been spending several weeks here summering in the country. Mr. Wallace will not return wit his wife and children but will remain a couple of weeks longer before joining them.
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.
Work is being rapidly pushed on the Farmerville & Southern railroad, the forces being constantly augmented. We scarcely believe that the road will be completed in time to claim the ten years exemption from taxation. This though is intended and may be accomplished.
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.
The district meeting which was to be held at Sardis church on the fifth Sunday in August has been put off until the fifth Sunday in November, on account of the Sunday school convention.
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¢
Let us all groom Farmerville for a race. We will win if we try.
Mr. Wor__l and Miss Cassie Cole were married recently, Justice of the Peace J. B. Cole officiating.
Misses Avva and Lucille Gill came to Farmerville from Ruston last Wednesday to witness the entertainment given under the auspices of the Twentieth Century Club.
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¢.
Connection with the world by rail, by water, by electricity, sunlight and energy — what then is to keep Farmerville back?
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. Ernest L. Ramsey has been sworn in as deputy clerk of the fourth district court to succeed Mr. T. J. Breed, who resigns to accept the position of cashier of the Farmerville State Bank.
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.
Mr. J. G. Trimble, the former editor of THE GAZETTE, left Monday for Shreveport where he goes to study banking methods. He will return in about ten days and will on Sept, 1st, resume control as president of the Farmerville State Bank. Mrs. Trimble accompanied her husband as far as Ruston where she will visit relatives and friends until Mr. Trimble’s return.
Misses Bertha and Birdie Cook returned home yesterday. The former from a pleasure trip to Bernice and the later from Athens, La., where she has been teaching music.
The sweetness of revenge is often only sugar-coated.
Mr. S. E. Chapman left Thursday last on a visit to relatives at Jennings, La.
The 13 months child of Mr. T. W. Clark died at Dubach Aug. 16.
James Stephens, charged with misdemeanors was landed in jail Tuesday.
THE GAZETTE learns that the old court house will soon be moved to the west side of the court house square on the lot next to the store of D. Stein.
Capt. J. ?. Ashby, of the engineers on the Farmerville & Southern railroad, was in town Tuesday. Capt. Ashby has his headquarters at Marion.
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