September 30, 1903
Wanted at Once!
WOOD “50” CHOPPERS
Highest Prices Paid.
Apply to J. D. Baughman
Fountain pens for sale by J. G. Trimble.
I have for sale the Weber wagon — best wagon on the market.
J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Mr. John Shaver returned Monday from a business trip into Arkansas.
Hope and Wisdom. Both are contained in Cheatham’s Laxative Chill Tablets. Try them. 25 cents. No cure – no pay. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
I have for sale the Weber wagon — best wagon on the market. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Mr. Jonas Selig is visiting relatives and friends and selling the merchants of Farmerville.
Fountain pens for sale by J. G. Trimble.
“Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested. ‘Force,’ a ready-to-serve wheat and barley food, adds no burden, but sustains, nourishes, invigorates.”
I have a few good open buggies on hand. For sale cheap or trade.J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Misses Bertha and Birdie Cook will leave tomorrow morning. Miss Bertha goes to Boyes, La., to accept a position in the school at that place while Miss Birdie has accepted a school at Allentown, La., where she will also teach music.
Pretty Tough to Scratch. For a living and relief also. Hunt’s Cure will cure you of itch, tetter, ring worm, itching piles, eczema. Guaranteed by all dealers. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
FOR SALE for cash or approved paper, a lot of fine graded heifers with young calves. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trimble was brightened this morning by the arrival of an eight pound girl. The little Miss and mother are doing nicely and the glad father now feels that he is the president of two banks.
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 the A. C. Simmons, Jr., Medicine Co. Sold by J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
I want cotton seed and will pay the highest cash price for same delivered at Farmerville landing. JOHN BALLARD.
THE GAZETTE calls attention to the advertisement of Mr. R. E. ???, of Marion, which will be read in another column. Mr. ??? is an up-to-date business man and knows the use of printer’s ink. His large advertisement shows his business sagacity. Bob is a nice, genial wholesome man and we predict for him and wish for him an abundant success.
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.
FOR SALE CHEAP — One good second hand buggy and harness. Will sell for cash or country produce. W. F. JACKSON.
The Twentieth Century club held its regular meeting at the residence of the Misses Cook last night. The study of “Twelfth Night” was concluded under the leadership of Miss Barnes. Mr. Felix and Misses Reed and Hol??? have become members of the club, and will no doubt prove valuable additions to its brilliant membership. During the winter the club will meet semi-monthly.
Devoured by Worms. Children often cry, not form pain, but from hunger, although fed abundantly. The entire trouble arises from sanitation, their food is not assimilated, but devoured by worms. A few doses of White’s Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once, very much to the surprise and joy of the mother. 25c at R. Haas.
We will pay highest market price for green hide and dry hides, furs, beeswax, sheep skins, wood and country produce, in cash. UNION MERCANTILE CO. LTD. Gus Hartman, Agt.
MULES! MULES! For the next 30 days I will be at Spearsville and Lillie with a lot of mules at prices to suit the times. J. F. Roper.
Dr. J. U. H. Wharton, the eloquent, logical, able and zealous minister, who has served as pastor of Farmerville Baptist church and who for some time has been pastor of the Baptist church, of Little Rock, Ark. Not only has Ruston suffered loss, but Dr. Wharton’s removal from the State will prove quite a loss to the whole church of Louisiana. We, with his many friends, wish him success in his mission in life in whatever field he may serve.
We will pay highest market price for all eggs and frying chickens brought to us. Remember the place — Union Grocery Company, by post office, Farmerville, La.
Croup. Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold; there is chilliness, sneezing, sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, hoarseness and impeded respiration. Give frequent small doses of Ballard’s Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry for it) and at the first sign of a croupy cough, apply frequently Ballard’s Snow Liniment externally to the throat, 50c. Sold by R. Haas.
THE GAZETTE this week contains the announcement of Mr. Lucion H. Henry as a candidate for the office of representative in the State legislature from Union Parish. Mr. Henry is a young, energetic, brainy, well-educated man, and thoroughly qualified to fill the position. He is a graduate of the Peabody Normal School of Nashville, Tenn., and has spent six years in active teaching and principally devoted two years more to the cause of education. Mr. Henry says that his chief reason or desire to represent the people is to have some laws affecting our educational system amended: He wishes to secure for the people a more systematic school system and a more equal distribution of the school funds. Mr. Henry is one among the best informed young men in the parish. He is patriotic, and has the interests of his State and its laws at heart for the people’s sake. We can, with confidence in his good service if elected, most heartily commend Mr. Henry to the consideration of the voters of Union Parish.
COTTON SEED! Before selling your cotton seed, it will pay you to see me. I pay the highest cash price for all seed delivered at Lillie. I will also sell you goods at lowest prices. The S.K. Pants and Friedman Bros.’ Shoes a specialty. [jan1] J. S. FARRAR.
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 J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
Hon. Edward Everett.
In this issue of THE GAZETTE will be found the announcement of Hon. Edward Everett as a candidate for re-election to the office of clerk of the fourth district court of Union Parish, La.
Mr. Everett is thoroughly capable and obliging as his past service in that office has proven. he is well informed on all matters pertaining to any duty of the office, is expeditious in the discharge of those duties, and we do not know of a man in the parish any better, if as well, fitted for the position to which he aspires.
Mr. Everett was born and reared in Union Parish and he, as well as the large family to which he belongs, has for many years been identified with the people throughout the parish. His affability evidences the fact that he is a perfect gentlemen. He is so well and favorably known to the people in Union Parish that all we could say in his behalf would make his abilities no more widely known than now. Mr. Everett’s is enterprising, patriotic and a well rounded citizen. He is a man in whom the people can safely trust for a faithful and honest discharge of all duties attached to the office. With all candor we commend Mr. Everett to the people for re-election.
Hon. James M. Smith
We learned after last weeks issue of our paper that Hon. James M. Smith, of Union, the present popular and able register of the land office at Baton Rough, was a candidate for State Treasurer. We have know Mr. Smith from boyhood and gladly testify to the fact that there is not a better and purer man in the State and if elected to the office he seeks, the finances of Louisiana could not be place in more efficient hands. It will be remembered that four years ago he was elected Senator from this district and after serving a short time was appointed by Gov. Heard Register of the Land office, which respectable position he now holds and in which he has rendered the most intelligent and satisfactory service. After serving about twenty four years as clerk of the court of Union Parish, he voluntarily retired and was elected to the senate. We know no man in the State who would make a more honest and capable Treasurer and is more deserving of the sutfrage of the people, than Hon. J. M. Smith, of Union. __ Morehouse Clarion
Contrary to the expectations and calculations of some of the Steidly and Steele supporters Mr. Smith has strength outside of Union Parish.
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¢
We have opened up a complete line of family groceries and solicit a part of the public patronage. Our prices are in line with those who do a legitimate business. Our motto is to live and let live. Call and be convinced. The place is next door to the post office. UNION GROCERY CO.
We announce the name of Hon. Charles K. Lewis of Lincoln as a candidate for reelection to the office of State senator to represent the 25th senatorial district of Louisiana. Mr. Lewis has served in the senate with fidelity, is moral, well equipped and an ambitious gentleman. His record is with the people and THE GAZETTE can say little that would make him better known to the people whom he has served. he is a man of executive business ability and one who will do his best to represent the interest of the state honestly and conscientiously. Mr. Lewis is a representative young man and one who having already had experience will profit by it to the people’s advantage. If given the suffrage of the people of the 25th Senatorial district, we feel sure Mr. Lewis will not fall short of his previous record. He is well informed and we need well informed and honest men in the senate. We believe Mr. Lewis will prove a strong candidate and not undeservedly so.
Dentistry. I will be in Farmerville on Thursday, October 1st, prepared to do all kinds of dental work. If you need anything in my line, call on me while here. J. M. THURMON, Dental Surgeon.
Mr. R. A. Gibson announces in this issue his candidacy for the office of justice of the peace of ward five of Union Parish. Mr. Gibson thinks that the duty of a justice of the peace is to get neighbors to make friends rather than to litigate over their rights and to compromise their differences out of court and he offers his record to the people of his ward as evidence that he is preeminently a justice of the peace. May his good mission go on until the millennium dawns; until law ceases and justice reigns. Mr. Gibson is and will make a good justice of the peace.
I am now selling Bibles and spectacles, and will be glad to take your orders. After Sept. 15th I will be in Farmerville every Saturday. Z. T. BROOKS.
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 J. D. Baughman and B. T. Hopkins.
The Caddo male comments may never again cut much ice at a beauty show, but the ???? of their head pieces ought to be improved.
J. B. Adcock, the popular photographer, will spend a few weeks in Bernice. Don’t fail to have your picture taken. His prices and work are all right.
The dispatch of Admiral Cotton’s Squadron to Beirut does not necessarily mean that we propose to benevolently assimilate the Turk.
Parties who want to sell seed on contract will write me at Conway and I will give them prompt attention. JOHN BALLARD, Agt. Union Oil Co.
I have turned over my collections to J. C. Maroney, and he is fully authorized to make such settlements as he sees fit. It’s no use to try to put him off in order to see me for he has full authority to force collections on all matters placed in his hands. Cotton being a good price this year, we would urge all our customers to meet their obligations promptly. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
HARRIS’ BUSINESS COLLEGE, Jackson, Miss., will take your note for tuition, payable when you secure a position. They guarantee positions, under reasonable conditions. They cannot supply the demand for bookkeepers and stenographers.
THE GAZETTE, one dollar a year in advance.