April 27, 1904
Beverly Reagan was fined $15 and cost for disturbing the peace.
Jesse Roberts pleaded guilty to petty larceny and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail.
Amos Gray was convicted of illegal hog marking and sentenced to six months in the parish jail and fined $1 and costs.
J. W. Montgomery pleaded guilty to disturbing peace and W. A. Platt was convicted of same charge and each fined $15.
Wade Mason was acquitted of the charge of disturbing peace.
Charles Lewis was convicted of selling whiskey and fined $300 and cost.
Dr. R. E. Thompson was convicted of selling liquor without license.
John Redden was convicted of same offense, and fined $150 and costs.