Farmerville Local News

The Gazette
June 8, 1904

Sheriff C. H. Murphy, left for Baton Rouge, Monday.

Little Miss Lucile Pleasant is visiting relatives in Shiloh.

A complete line of jewelry to be found at Union Grocery Co.

Mr. J. P. Fenton, of Ruston, is visiting relatives in Farmerville.

Mr. L. H. Barnes came over from Ruston on Wednesday last.

I am prepared to counteract the effects of summer heat with cold ice drinks. KARL A. PLEASANT.

Hon. Fred F. Preaus left Sunday for Ruston to attend the District court in session there.

Mr. Abner Green of Oakland, sent a turnip to THE GAZETTE office which weighed 7 1/2 pounds.


Photographs! Photographs!!

When in Bernice call and see my new photographic work. I can show you better than I can tell you.

J. B. ADCOCK


Dr. J. M. Thurman and his son Dr. John Thurman of Ruston arrived in Farmerville Saturday last.

How about that new soda fount at Union Gro. Co.? Well, its all right. Try it.

The Police Jury met Monday in its regular June session, its proceeding will be found elsewhere.

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 on each box. 25¢.

Offices and dwelling houses are in demand in Farmerville and the demand will grow from now on.

A magnificent rain fell here Monday and if general throughout the parish assures a good corn crop.

Another One. T. W. Alexander, Bracken, Mo., says; “I had a chance to purchase and use one bottle of Hunt’s Lightning Oil. I think it is the best liniment I ever saw.” Mr. Alexander speaketh wisely and truly. 25 and 50c bottles.

Mrs. Edward Everett and children returned to Farmerville Sunday after a visit to relatives in Monroe.

The recent rains has caused a sufficient rise in the bayou D’Arbonne for boats to reach the Farmerville landing this week.

Why do you want to suffer with thirst and warm weather when you can quench your thirst and cool off at the soda font and winter quarters of KARL A. PLEASANT.

Miss Carrie Hill of Ouachita City who has been visiting her sister Mrs. A. L. Stancil left for her home last Saturday.

Union Grocery Co. has added five, ten and twenty-five cent bargain departments to their stock. See them.

The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Church realized about forty dollars from the measuring party given last Thursday night in the Smith grove.

Have just completed my new photograph gallery, with fine sky-light, and am in position to do you better work than ever before. Call and see me. I am yours for good photographs. J. B. ADCOCK

THE GAZETTE regrets to learn that Miss Lizzie May Davis, well known here, is quite sick with pneumonia at the home of her father, Mr. J. G. Davis in Ruston.

Notice to the Public. After the 31st day of June I will sell rough lumber at $1.00 per hundred feet and dressed lumber at $1.20. H. F. WILSON.

Cards have been issued announcing the marriage of Miss Mattie Honeycutt to Mr. Harry Moore Cummings, of Texas, Wednesday, the 15th day of June 1904.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Turnage Wednesday evening June 1st at 5 o’clock, a ten pound girl. The little Miss and mother are doing well.

Store fixtures for Sale, including large iron safe, patent oil tank, platform scales, truck, standing desk, large lamps, etc. apply to J. G. TRIMBLE, Farmerville, La.

Miss Willie May Jackson, the lovely daughter of Mayor and Mrs. W. F. Jackson, went to Ruston Tuesday on a visit.

Where Others Failed. “Each spring for five or six years I broke out with a kind of Eczema which nothing seemed to relieved permanently. Finally I tried a box of Hunt’s Cure, which promptly cured me. Two years have passed by but the trouble has not returned.” MRS. KATE HOWARD, LITTLE ROCK, Ark. 50c. per box.

Judge R. B. Dawkins left Sunday for Ruston where he will hold court this week. He will hold his June term here beginning the 3rd Monday and then take his two months vacation allowed by law.

Test Its Value. Simmons’ Liver Purifier is the most valuable remedy I ever tried for constipation and disordered Liver. It does its work thoroughly, but does not gripe like most remedies of its character. i certainly recommend it whenever opportunity occurs. W. M. TOMLINSON, Oswego, Kansas. Price 25c.

The Stock holders of the Farmerville State Bank held a meeting last week and appointed a committee to procure bids, plans and specifications for the erection of a bank building. The building is to be of brick.

Mrs. J. G. Trimble returned home Sunday. She had been with her husband on a visit to the World’s Fair at St. Louis, but when Mr. Trimble returned, she proceeded to Ruston on a visit to her mother. Mr. Trimble met her in Bernice on return home.


NOTICE

Are your oats ready to harvest, if so, call on me and get the McCormick Vertical lift mower, rake and grinder. It not only saves your oats, but your peas, sorghum and crab grass. The mower can be used in corn land, across or otherwise, the stalks will not hinder the progress of the machine. Car load just received. Satisfaction guaranteed.

B. F. Post, Lillie, La.


Miss Reita Hartman was again honored by the grand lodge O. E. S. by being elected treasurer. Miss Reita is a very bright, and thoroughly capable young lady and has a host of friends. She is now visiting Mrs. George W. Brown of Beaumont, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are quite well and favorably known to the citizens of Farmerville.


Buggies! Buggies!

A carload of buggies. I have light buggies, heavy buggies, single buggies, double buggies, and there are no humbuggies in the statement. Any style you want almost any price you want. They were bought to suit the trade and everybody can be suited. Come and look at them even if you do not buy. It pleases us to show them because the assortment is so unique. You can ride with ease and in style if you will but call on

J. D. BAUGHMAN, Farmerville, La.


THE GAZETTE has received a communication from Willhite signed by about fifty of the most representative citizens, pledging themselves to watch the bayou D’Arbonne and to report to the grand jury any one who may be caught using explosives to kill fish, or who poison the fish. This is a commendable action and THE GAZETTE is pleased to see the citizenship of Union Parish rise to the defense and enforcement of the law. We would publish the list of names but for lack of space.

Cured Old Sores. Westmorland, Kans., May 5, 1902. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Your Snow Liniment cured an old sore on the side of my chin that was supposed to be a cancer. The sore was stubborn and would not yield to treatment, until I tried Snow Liniment, which did the work in short order. My sister, Mrs. Sophia J. Carson, Allensville, Miffin Co., Pa., has a sore and mistrusts that it is a cancer. Please send her a 50c bottle. Sold by J. D. Brughman.

Two samples of clay in pressed brick form have been presented to THE GAZETTE office. These brick are of an elegant quality of clay and are thoroughly smooth and symmetrical. If it maintains its symmetry when in the kiln it will prove the equal of any brick. It is being manufactured by Mr. J. B. Heard who represents the brick company in Marion.

Messrs. H. H. Vanhook and James Maroney left today for Texas to purchase a carload of good horses and mules, ready broke and expect to have same in their Stable at Farmerville not later than the 25th day of June. This stock will suit the trade and they invite those who wish to buy to give them a trial.

Prof. J. B. Hix, the genial gentleman who taught as principle of the Farmerville High School, has returned and will serve in that capacity the next scholastic year. Prof. Hix has endeared himself to all of the school children and has also the highest regard of the patrons of the school. Mr. Hix will teach school at Zion Hill this summer.

Karl A. Pleasant has in connection with his family grocery a soda fountain, and is prepared to serve the public with all kinds of cold drinks and ice cream, and will always be prepared to supply the public with ice.

Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Loretta Alice Russell, of West Monroe, to Mr. Clarence Edward Granberry. Miss Russell is one of the most popular and accomplished young ladies of West Monroe, and also has a number of friends in Farmerville who wish her a happy matrimonial life.

The cost of furnishing the court house outside of the clerk’s office is $2387. The police jury are correct in furnishing this handsome structure in a style that accords with the edifice. All honor to the out going police jury. May those who succeed them be as progressive.

Come and see our new carload of Surreys all styles and prices. They were bought to suit every body and every body can be suited. The biggest and best display of vehicles ever brought to Farmerville. J. D. BAUGHMAN.

Dr. R. L. Love, of Mosely’s Bluff, has located in Farmerville. The doctor will not move his family here just yet, but intends to do so as soon as he can suitably arrange. More are coming and the town is going to boom.

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¢.

Mr. M. B. Shultz came up from Monroe Sunday on a visit to his family and intends to spend a few days here. We regret to state that Mr. Shultz is kept in doors by erysipelas in the foot.

Already Ready. Cheatham’s Laxative Tablets cured me of third day chills and rid my system of malarial poison. They do what you say they will. I now carry a package in my vest pocket. They are always ready. L. M. DUNCAN, Pleasant Hill, La. 25c per box.

Last Saturday was a busy day for the merchants for this season of the year. A good many people were in Farmerville and all were trading. The summer will not be so dull as many the town has had.


The editor is gone to Pollock this week and the devil is running the whole “Cahoodlement” by himself and if anything appears in this issue that you think is worth five dollars, please remit same to Tribune devil, by P. O. money order. — The Gena Tribune.

“The Devil will crop out.” Witty devil. Shame on you; you mammon craving Imp of a newspaper office. You are in the trend of the worlds plans and thoughts however, so we will not censure you too heavily if you will divide when remittance is made.


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.

Mr. M. B. Shultz who arrived in Farmerville Sunday reports that Mr. Jewel Webb was robbed below Monroe last week by two unknown men. The robbers relieved him of $110 and several checks value unknown and also a pistol. Mr. Webb it seems was taking a three mile walk between points when the robbery occurred.


Surreys! Surreys!

A carload of Surreys! I have all grades of Surreys, light or heavy. I desire to please my customers. Have Surreys for all and at prices you can pay. I want you to ride easy and then you will ride more and get healthy and rich. Come and see for yourselves. J. D. BAUGHMAN.


Dr. A. C. Hammons Dental Surgeon has located in Farmerville for the practice of his profession. The Doctor is a graduate of the Dental College of New Orleans and is well fitted up for his work. He is a young man of high moral character and THE GAZETTE welcomes him to our town and parish and wishes him success.

Have You a Cough? A dose of Ballard’s Horehound Syrup will revieve it Have you a cold? A dose of Herbine at bed time and frequent small doses of Horehound Syrup during the day will remove it. Try it for whooping cough, for asthma, for consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. !st street, Hutchinson, Kan., writes: “If I have used Ballard’s Horehound Syrup in my family for 5 years, and find it the best and most palatable medicine I ever used.” 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by J. D. Baughman.

Messrs. Lawler and Nichol again left for Ruston last Saturday evening returning Sunday night. They each vow and declare it was a business trip, but we have seen the time that we made business of such, and we do not doubt that they are correct. The only casualties reported by them are but slight. Fortunate, heyday adolescence; many and queer are your ways.

Acute Rheumatism. Deep tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned by betting wet through; worse when at rest, or on first moving the limbs and in cold or damp weather, is cured quickly by Ballard’s Snow Liniment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City, Illinois, writes Feb. 16, 1902: “A year ago I was troubled with a pain in my back. It soon got so bad I could not bend over. One bottle of Ballard’s Snow Liniment cured me.” 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by J. D. Baughman.


THE GAZETTE acknowledges an invitation to the commencement exercises of the Louisiana Industrial Institute Eighth Annual Commencement June first to tenth, nineteen four Ruston, La.

The programme is handsomely gotten up and The Gazette is indebted for this honor, to Miss May Davis, the daughter of our former townsman, Mr. J. G. Davis.


In Memory of Brother Wm. Smith

To the officers and members of Marion Lodge, No. 283 F & A. M.

Whereas, it has pleased almighty God to remove from our midst by death our worthy and much beloved brother, Wm. Smith, and whereas we bow in humble submission to the word of him who worketh all things to the good of them who love and fear Him, yet we sincerely deplore the loss of our beloved brother, who has been a member of the Masonic fraternity for several years and has so conformed his life to the principles and teaching of that order as never to receive even a reprimand during the time as a Mason, but has proved himself true to the principles of Freemasonry.

Brother Smith was a faithful and devoted member of the Missionary Baptist church for a number of years, was a minister of the Gospel for several years, was born July 30th, 1854. Brother Smith joined the Masonic order at Lapile, Ark., and moved to Union Parish, La., three years ago where he joined Marion Lodge, No. 283, has ever lived a true Mason at heart, ever been faithful to his church, loyal to his country and true to his God and it may be truly said of him. Thou has been faithful over a few things enter thou into the joys of thy Lord and may we emulate his virtues and live such a life that when the Great Architect of the Universe, our Supreme Grand Master above, calls us from this toilsome life as he did our brother may we be prepared, to lay down our working tools, and enter into that spiritual building, that house not made with hands eternal in the Heavens, and align ourselves with that blood washed throng who sing His praises, throughout the ceaseless ages of a never ending eternity around the throne of God, therefore, be it.

Resolved, that in the death of Brother Smith, Marion Lodge, No. 283, of F. & A. M., has lost one of her truest members, his wife died just ten days before his death. Brother Smith departed this life March 15th, at 10 o’clock p.m. 1904.

Be it resolved that a copy of these resolutions be published in THE GAZETTE and a copy be sent to his family, also appear on the minutes of this Lodge.

J. W. Brown, C. T. Simmons, N. B. Pace, Committee.


Have You a Cough? A dose of Ballard’s Horehound Syrup will revieve it Have you a cold? A dose of Herbine at bed time and frequent small doses of Horehound Syrup during the day will remove it. Try it for whooping cough, for asthma, for consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. !st street, Hutchinson, Kan., writes: “If I have used Ballard’s Horehound Syrup in my family for 5 years, and find it the best and most palatable medicine I ever used.” 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by J. D. Baughman.


DR. A. C. HAMMONS, Dental Surgeon.

Office on the square east of county square.

OFFICE HOURS. — 7 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m.

FARMERVILLE, La.


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