January 11, 1905
Hunters take notice no further trespassing will be allowed on my plantation under penalty of the law. M. J. Pearson.
FREE TUITION TO ALL in Harris Bus. College, Jackson, Miss.
Louis Arent of Bernice was in Farmerville Sunday, visiting relatives and –“friends.”
My Residence and lots in Farmerville are for sale. Terms easy. 2t. B.F. PLEASANT.
It is reported that Admiral Rojastvnsky’s flag ship of the Baltic fleet has founded at sea.
We have just received a car load of wagons and buggies and will sell them cheap. J. B. BAUGHMAN.
Mrs. J. G. Evans returned home last week after having spent several weeks with relatives in Haynesville, La.
For sale cheap for cash or for approved paper. 1 good iron safe. J. G. TRIMBLE.
The number of poll tax receipts issued in Union Parish up to and including Dec 31st 1904 were 1330.
Mr. John Gulley and wife, of Doss, La., were visitors in Farmerville last week.
Mr. M. B. Schultz recently moved his family to Monroe, where they will in the future reside.
Several cases of small pox have been reported in Ruston and among them is our old fellow townsman, A. J. Mashaw.
The police jury met in special session last Monday to fix the parish license for the year 1905 and to revise the Road and Estray Laws of the parish.
Rev. Mr. Sloane, the able Methodist minister who is to serve Farmerville for the coming year, moving his family to Farmerville last week.
Tax Collector Taylor’s settlement with the State for the month of Dec., 1904 was $1508.99 and with the parish Treasurer, $4057.08.
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Love are very happy over the arrival of a fine baby boy, who made his appearance Tuesday morning.
Just received a car load of the celebrated Weber wagons, and a car of surreys and buggies, call on me before purchasing. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
We call special attention to the program of the Fruit and Truck Graywer’s Institute which we publish in this issue and which will commence at Rayville, La., on Saturday, Jan, 14, 1905.
Notice to all parties whom I have bought seed from on contract, will get same ready for shipment stored at warehouse, at all times I am still paying cash for seed. JOHN BALLARD, Agt. Union Oil Co.
The largest amount of money ever received by the State Auditor from one tax received by the Auditor last Saturday from John Fitzpatrick of the first district of Orleans Parish. The amount was $307,501.10.
Don’t you want some furniture, a working stove or a heater? I have received a car load of furniture consisting of bed-room suits, tables, chairs, dressers, rockers, safes, wardrobes, beds, mattresses, bed springs, etc. When you want furniture, price may goods and I will suit you. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Mr. J. H. Sanders and Miss Bertha Cook will be married today at 10 o’clock. This marriage was to have been solemnized over two months ago but on account of the illness of Mr. Sanders it had to be postponed. To this happy young couple The Gazette extends best wishes and sincerely hopes that their married life will be one of supreme happiness.
Mr. W. K. Pryor of Cherry Ridge neighborhood was a pleasant caller to our office Saturday. Mr. Pryor stated that he killed a hog Friday which weighed 685 pounds after being dressing. He gives G. W. Goss as a witness to the above fact and says he would like to hear from anyone in the parish who has a hog that can equal his.
The many friends of Mr. M. J. Pearson will regret to learn that his eyes have again become so bad that he has been forced to return to Hot Springs for treatment. We learn however, that he is rapidly improving and that he hopes to be back home in about two weeks.
The citizens of Farmerville have petitioned the Farmerville and Southern Railroad for a change of schedule. They wish to have the train which arrives here at 10 o’clock A. M. arrive somewhere on the afternoon and leave early in the morning, thereby giving better connection at the northern terminus.
We have a choice assortment of the latest books which have just arrived. This stock was ordered for the holiday trade but was delayed, therefore we are selling them cheap. If you want something good to read call at The Gazette office and look over our stock.
Mr. Perry, a building contractor was in Farmerville last week and succeeded in getting contracts for several nice building which will be begun at once.
Mr. Mose Hartman who has been spending several days with his parents in Farmerville, returning to Ruston Friday.
The handsome, new brick building being constructed by the Farmerville State Bank and Dr. Jameson will soon be completed.
Capt. J. T. Asbby left last Thursday for St. Louis.
Mr. H. W. Reagan of Ruston was in town last week on business.
Miss Berdie Cook left Monday to accept a school in Ouachita Parish.
John Murphy of Spearsville was in Farmerville Tuesday.
Conducted by J. G. Hix
Our teachers association is still alive. Any parish where a teachers association cannot live is to be pitied. Shall we lat the association in Union Parish die? We must not. The association ought be on of the strongest factors in public education in the parish. If teachers are not interested we cannot hope to see the patrons and children interested.
There are a few of the teachers of the parish who meet regularly, but the majority of the teachers do not meet with us. Every teacher of the parish should be a member of the association and be present at its meetings as often as possible. We should avail ourselves of every opportunity for improvement. Our work as teachers is too sacred to be neglected. Associations with our fellow teachers makes us stronger.
The next meeting of the association will be in Farmerville on January 28th 1905. We earnestly request that all the teachers come. The president of the association is very anxious to have the names and addresses of all the teachers of the parish.
The editor of the educational column of the Gazette is anxious to have the teachers to write articles for this column.
If you have something that is good pass it on. It is not not necessary to write a long article; a short one will probably do more good than a long one. If you have anything to report about your school send it to the editor. Teachers should keep in touch with each other and with the schools of the parish.
For Union Parish Teachers Association to be held in Farmerville on Saturday January 28th 1905.
The Teachers Reading Matter.
Prof. Bellamy and Miss Massey. “The Dull Boy”
Prof. J. W. Thorne. “Should The Rod be Abolished in School – Prof. Albertson and Miss Evans.
The Teacher as a Social Factor – Prof. J. G. Ray and Miss Sallie Hester.
How Increase the Interest in our Association, General Discussion.
Mr. E. A. Buckley, Jr. and Miss Daisie Jinks of Lillie, La., will be married Sunday at 3 o’clock P. M. at the home of the bride’s father.