August 17, 1904
Read notice of teachers examination in this issue.
Mrs. J. D. Everett, who is teaching a summer school at Conway, La., is visiting relatives in Farmerville this week.
Mr. J. A. Manning, of Ruston, is visiting relatives and friends in Farmerville this week.
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.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pearson left last Sunday to visit the World’s Fair at St. Louis.
As an ADVERTISING SCHEME that MOST EXCELLENT INSTITUTION, HARRIS’ BUSINESS COLLEGE Jackson, Miss., is offering a few scholarships at a BIG bargain. Write them.
Hon. J. M. Dawkins of Truxno, La., was a visitor to our town Monday.
Coming. I have a car load of the celebrated Weber wagons coming which will be here next week. If you want to best on the market come and see me before you buy. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
We received an appreciated call from Mr. B. F. Post of Lillie, La. last Monday.
Mrs. Alice McFarland of Brownwood, Tex., is visiting Mrs. Theodosia Ramsey in Farmerville.
WANTED AT ONCE. A live energetic agent to represent the Washington Life Insurance Co. in Union Parish. A hustling man can make good money by working his position. Apply to J. M. WALLACE, General Agent, Shreveport, La.
Mrs. J. C. Montgomery and children of Monroe, who have been visiting in Farmerville for several days returned home Tuesday.
Miss Louise M. Trimble of New York City arrived in Farmerville Saturday to spend the summer.
Messrs. T. J. Heard and Oscar Fuller of Bernice, La., were in Farmerville last Monday.
A specimen of the famous Mexican Boll Weevil is on exhibition at the sheriff’s office in Farmerville and is open to those who care to examine it.
FOR SALE. One fifty-saw Pratt gin stand, feeder and condenser. Reason for selling — it is too small for my use, and I have purchased a larger one. Apply to C. H. HUDSON, Farmerville, La.
Mrs. J. U. H. Wharton of Little Rock, Ark. was visiting her old friends in Farmerville yesterday. She had been with her husband, Rev. J. U. H. Wharton, to Marion where he is conducting a meeting, and was on her way to Shreveport to visit relatives.
We are requested to announce that Rev. R. M. Guy, an evangelist from Texas will hold a meeting in Marion from Sept. 17th, to 25 . Everyone is invited to attend.
We learn that the grading on the Farmerville and Southern railroad has been completed and that they will begin laying the steel this week.
Mr. D. E. Ford, of Downsville, was a visitor to Farmerville last Monday.
The following are the names of the Union Parish School Board which was recently appointed by the State Board of Education to serve for the next four years: J. G. Trimble, J. D. Baughman, J. L. Hopkins, J. T. Harrison, J. T. Davis, E. C. Colvin, H. F. Wilson and B. U. Pardue.
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 the opportunity occurs. W. M. TOMLINSON, OSWEGO, KANSAS. Price 25 c.
The English government has opened bids for two big battleships of 16,500 tons each.
Two Louisiana ladies, Mrs. Victoria Moore and Miss Nora Moore, were killed in St. Louis by a street car last Wednesday night.
Violent Attack of Diarrhea Cured by Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved.
“A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten relief,” says John J. Patton, a leading citizen of Patton, Ala. “A friend recommended Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy. I bought a twenty-five cent bottle and after taking three doses of it was entirely cured. I consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints. For sale by all dealers.
There is a joke told on the inhabitants of one of our North Louisiana parishes to the effect that on the day that the first railroad was completed into their parish seat the citizens of the town gave a big barbecue and blow-out. Now the knowledge that the steam cars were going to run into their parish seat was sufficient inducement to have brought the inhabitants all in for a radius of fifty miles, but when it became circulated that there was going to be a barbecue they just flocked in, and among the horde there were many who had never smelt the invigorating odor of burning stone coal, much less having seen a train. Long before the time arrived for the train to come in they lined up on each side of the track as thick as black birds. When the train arrived they stood with mouths wide open admiring the grand thing when suddenly the engineer called out: “Look out, I am going to turn around, ” and such a stampede was never seen before, they fell over each other getting out of the way. Their idea of “turning around” must have been like they would turn a wagon around in the corn field.
CURES SCIATICA. Rev. W. L. Riley, L.L.D., Cuba, New York, writes: “After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism, under various treatments, I was induced to try Ballars’s Snow Linament; the first application giving my first relief and the second entire relief. I can give it unqualified recommendation.” 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by J. D. Baughman
The citizens of Farmerville and surrounding country have begun making preparations to have a big barbecue to celebrate the advent of the first train into Farmerville over the Farmerville and Southern railroad which is expected to be completed about the middle of October. The move is a good one and is one that every public spirited citizen in the parish should contribute to. The subscription list was started around Monday morning and by ten o’clock there was subscribed over $100 in cash and many hogs, sheep and goats etc.
Everybody, far and near are invited to be here and see the biggest day in Farmerville’s history.
We are receiving our fall stock both plain and decorated lamps, which goes at a bargain. UNION GROCERY CO.
Mr. H. W. Regan of Ruston passed through Farmerville Monday on his way to the northern end of the Farmerville and Southern Railroad to drive the first spike in the laying of steel which began yesterday.
We lead while others follow, in everything that’s carried in first class grocery. See us. UNION GROCERY CO.
Taken with Cramps.
Wm. Kirmse, a member of the bridge gang working near Littleport was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera. His case was so severe that he had to have the members of the crew to wait upon him and Mr. Gifford was called and consulted. He told him he had a medicine in the for of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day. The incident speaks quite highly of Mr. Grifford’s medicines — Elkader, Iowa, Argus.
This remedy never fails. Keep it in your home, it may save a life. For sale by all dealers.
Mr. M. L. McFarland Ex Sheriff of Union Parish but now a resident of Coleman Co., Tex. is here visiting his old friends. Mr. McFarland was sheriff of this parish at the time Ex Governor Heard was clerk of the court.
Mr. Perry representing the Rosebrough Monument Co. of St. Louis was in Farmerville Saturday in the interest of his firm.
Another One. T. W. Alexander, Bracken, Mo., says: “I had a chance to purchase and use one bottle Hunt’s Lighting Oil. I think it the best liniment I ever saw.” Mr. Alexander speaketh wisely and truly. 25 and 50c bottles.
Sheriff J. W. Taylor left last Saturday with two prisoners for the State Penitentiary at Baton Rouge.
Where Others Failed. “Each spring for five or six years I broke out with a kind of Eczema which nothing seemed to relieve permanently. Finally I tried a box of Hunt’s Cure, which promptly cured me. Two has not returned.” MRS. KATE HOWARD, Little Rock, Ark. 50c per box.
There has been born to the Czar and Czarenna of Russia a son and heir and all Russia are rejoicing.
HERBINE. Renders the bile more fluid and thus helps the blood to flow; it affords prompt relief from biliousness, indigestion, sick and nervous headaches, and the over-indulgence in food and drink. Herbine acts quickly, a dose after meals will bring the patient into a good condition in a few days
G. L. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. & T. R. R., Checotah, Ind. Ter., writes Apr. 18, 1903: “I was sick for over two years with enlargement of the liver and spleen. The doctors did me no good, and I had given up all hope of being cured, when my druggist advised me to use Herbine. It has made me sound and well.” 50c Sold by J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Messrs. Ross and Reagan, of Ruston, were in Farmerville last week in the interest of the Farmerville and Southern railroad.
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¢.
Misses Roberta and Susie Kilgore, of Cherry Ridge neighborhood were visitors in Farmerville last week.
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. A. L. Pace has recently been appointed a member of the Board of Supervisors of Election.
Mr. Hiram Smith, of Oakland neighborhood, one of the oldest men in the parish died Saturday.
How’s This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Teledo O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
Mr. B. F. Post, of Lillie, was in Farmerville Monday.
Cholera Infantum. This disease has lost its terrors since Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy came into general use. The uniform success which attends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite wherever its value has become known. For sale by all dealers.
The base-ball grounds of Monroe were treated to a free rough and tumble fight last Saturday. This reminds us of the good old days when the motto was: “If you can’t beat them playing ball lick the umpire.”
STOP THAT COUGH! When a cough, a tickling or an irritation in the throat makes you feel uncomfortable, take Ballard’s Horehound Syrup. Don’t wait until the disease has gone beyond control. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson, 354 West 5th St., Salt Lake City, Utah, writes: “We think Ballard’s Horehound Syrup is the best medicine for coughs and colds. We have used it for several years; it always gives immediate relief, is very pleasant and gives perfect satisfaction.” 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by J. D. Baughman.
The meeting which has been going on at the Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Mr. Tardy of Monroe closed Monday night with some accessions to the church, 7 by baptism and 2 by letter. Rev. Tardy is a minister of much force and his brief visit to our little town has done a great deal of good and we look forward with much pleasure to a visit from him in the future. He left Tuesday for his home in Monroe.
I hereby certify the following to be a correct list of the grand jurors drawn to serve for the next six months and until discharged, beginning Monday September the 19th, 1904, at ten o’clock a.m.
|1.||W. J. Turnage||1|
|2.||W. C. Nyegard||1|
|3.||O. G. Burford||2|
|4.||Matthew A. Scarborough||2|
|5.||W. A. Kirkpatrick Jr.||3|
|6.||J. D. Crow||3|
|7.||S. A. Graves||4|
|8.||N. B. Pace||4|
|9.||R. E. Gully||5|
|10.||V. M. Harrell||5|
|11.||Jno. F. Ramsey||6|
|12.||E. G. Carroll||6|
|13.||N. C. Ward||7|
|14.||J. M. Gore||7|
|15.||T. B. Pilgreen||8|
|16.||F. W. Mabry||8|
|17.||Geo. Terrall, Sr.||9|
|18.||A. B. Ford||9|
|19.||J. S. Henry||10|
I further certify the following to be the names of the Petit Jurors drawn to serve for the term of court beginning Monday October 17th, 1904, at 10 o’clock a. m.
|1.||J. D. Baughman||1|
|4.||W. E. Kitchen||8|
|5.||T. B. Duke||4|
|7.||J. M. Dean||5|
|8.||D. Y. Rogers||2|
|9.||J. A. Green||4|
|11.||W. M. McKinnie||4|
|12.||A. A. Gully||1|
|13.||W. N. Feazel||10|
|14.||T. N. Bally||8|
|15.||J. J. Booth||3|
|17.||A. E. Joiner||9|
|19.||E. T. Powell||4|
|20.||T. F. Pardue||9|
|23.||J. C. Cole||8|
|24.||Jesse M. Pearson||1|
|25.||R. L. Leggett||9|
|26.||A. W. Carmichael||8|
|27.||J. M. Moncrief||8|
|28.||Jas. Thurman Jr.||7|
|29.||S. R. Templeton||7|
|30.||J. J. Slade||5|
Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 15th day of August, 1904. E. L. Ramsey, Dy. Clerk of Court.
RHEUMATISM. When pains or irritation exist on any part of the body, the application of Ballard’s Snow Liniment gives prompt relief. E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan House El Reno, O. T., writes, June 6, 1902: “I take pleasure in recommending Ballard’s Snow Liniment to al who are afflicted with rheumatism. It is the only remedy I have found that gives immediate relief. ” 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by J. D. Baughman.
We are glad to learn that our little friend Hill Jameson, who has been dangerously ill for about a week, is now improving.
Always 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.
Miss Eda Jameson, who has been teaching music in Bernice for some months past, is at home now for a vacation.