January 3, 1906
NOTICE. Pay is now at hand and all who are in arrears with the GAZETTE will please come forward and settle as soon as possible. GAZETTE PUB. CO.
Grand Jurors: Take Notice. The Grand Jury of Union Parish, La., is ordered to meet in sessions at the court house at Farmerville, Union Parish, La., on Monday, January 15th 1906. Witness this Honorable R. B. Dawkins Judge of said court this Dec. 30th, A. D. 1905. EDW. EVERETT, Clerk of Court.
The deaths in Moscow during the recent strike reached over 15,000.
Mr. John Wallace, a prosperous farmer of the Spearsville neighborhood was in town Monday.
Mrs. Matilda Selig is in Bernice this week visiting her son, Mr. D. L. Cromwell.
To arrive a car of Elwood Wire fencing, barb wire and nails. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Miss Elma Barnes of Arcadia is visiting in Farmerville, the guest of her mother, Mrs. S. L. Barnes.
Mr. J. G. Trimble paid his wife and baby girl in Ruston a visit last Sunday, returning home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elder, who have been spending the holidays in Ruston returned home Saturday.
Mr. John VanHook is reported very ill with slow fever at this brother’s residence, Mr. Harry VanHook.
Mrs. M. B. Shultz and little daughter, Clara, of West Monroe, came up Monday on the steamer Mattie for a visit of a few days.
The Steamer Mattie arrived at Farmerville landing Monday afternoon with a good cargo of freight for our merchants.
Mr. Mrs. T. A. Crow after spending the Christmas holidays with Mr. Crow’s parents in Marion returned home Monday night.
Faultless Flour has no superior we buy it by the carload and can save you money. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Hon. Jas. M. Smith, State Treasurer of Baton Rouge is in Farmerville this week shaking hands with his many old friends.
Major J. G. Lee of Baton Rouge and his sister Mrs. John M. Lee of New Orleans spent Christmas week in and about Farmerville visiting relatives.
In compliance with a call issued by Supt. J. O. Hodnett the teachers of the parish were here Monday and Tuesday to make contracts for the ensuing year.
We regret to learn of the death of Curtis Rodgers, a bright young man who lived about 8 miles east of town. His death was due to pneumonia.
Dr. R. L. Love has moved his office from the old clerk’s office on the corner of the courthouse square to the office owned by Dr. C. H. Jameson just to the rear of the post office.
Miss Evalyne Evans who has been spending the holidays at her home in Bastrop returned Monday night to resume her duties in the Farmerville school which opened yesterday.
Mrs. Harriet Elder, a resident of Moss Point, Miss., but who was formerly Miss Harriet Dozier, of near Farmerville, accompanied by her little grand-daughter came in Monday night on a visit to her relatives and many old friends in and about Farmerville.
Saturday afternoon this section was visited by a real heavy snow fall and had the ground not been wet to begin with there would have been at least a two inch carpet on the ground. The weather moderated however and the rain played havoc with the snow.
The Knights of Pythias Celebrities
On last Thursday night, December the 28th the K. of P. Lodge of this place celebrated their 25th anniversary at their castle hall in Farmerville. There were about 250 guests present and all those who attended join in declaring the entertainment a grand a success. Interesting speeches were delivered by the following gentlemen: Judge R. B. Dawkins in his usual eloquent style delivered the address of welcome. Mr. J. R. Simmons made a very interesting talk on ‘The 25th Anniversary of the Order”, Hon. Albert Harris, Grand Chancellor of Louisiana and who was the guest of honor spoke on “The Order of K. of P.”. Dr. C. H. Jameson was the Master of Ceremonies and introduced each speaker by a few pithy, courteous remarks, at which he is an expert.
After the speaking the quests were all invited to retire to the banquet hall where a sumptuous feast had been spread and after appropriate toasts had been delivered by Dr. C. H. Jameson, and Messrs. R. Haas, G. Hartman and Albert Harris everyone did full justice to the many good things that has been prepared for them.
After the supper all those who enjoy the merry whirl of the dance returned to the hall where a good band of music awaited them and enjoyed the pleasures of the dance for several hours.
Among the visitors present were: Misses Annie Heard, Ruth Fuller, Maude Lowery and Messrs. Lowrey, Heard, Talbot, Cook, Lindsey, J. F. Lowrey, Arent and Jarrell of Bernice; Misses Hightower, Harrell Cloud and Weinberg of Junction City; Misses Johnson of Huttig, Ark., Miss Willie Hightower of Ruston, Messrs. Henry Haas, Tim and Alvin Tippet of Monroe and Mr. Seaman of Huttig, Ark.
To The Public We issue a signed guarantee and give you a useful present with each bottle of Dr. Quick’s Antiseptic, that it is better than any antiseptic or liniment you have ever used. Price 35 cents. Farmerville Drug.
The Woodmen of the World Entertainment.
The local lodge of the Woodmen of the World of this place in accordance with their annual custom, gave a very delightful entertainment at their ball on Monday night, January 1st. A large number of invited guests, numbering about 250 or more, were present who enjoyed the excellent speeches, the beautiful installation ceremonies and the many good things to eat.
Rev. J. W. Elliott and Dr. J. G. Taylor made beautiful and appropriate speeches on the good of the order; its foundation; growth and prosperity.
The order was only established here about two years ago, but during that short time it’s growth has been very rapid and it is still growing.
All those who attended proclaim the W. O. W. ‘s ideal entertainers and everyone enjoyed themselves to the utmost.
Accept No Substitute There is nothing just as good for Malaria, Chills and Fever as Dr. Mendenhall’s Chill and Fever Cure. Take it as a general tonic and at all times in place of quinine. If it fails to give satisfaction Farmerville Drug Co. will refund.
Mrs. W. E. Dean, of Portland Ark. formerly Miss Anna Trimble of this place< together with her children arrived in Farmerville Wednesday night to spend several weeks at her old home, the guest of her brother, Mr. J. G. Trimble.
It is with much regret that we note the serious illness of Mr. G. A. Kilgore, Sr. of near Cherry Ridge. Mr. Kilgore or “Uncle George” as he is called by must of those who know him, is one of the oldest inhabitants of Union Parish, having passed the three sc(?) and ten mile stone a good many years ago. We earnestly hope that he will soon be well and hearty again. We earnestly hope that he will soon be well and hearty again.
We regret to learn that Mr. J. B. Crockett, the genial conductor on the Farmerville & Southern will leave and to on the Little Rock & Monroe road sometime this week. We understand that he and Mrs. Crockett will go to Felsenthal to live but their little son, Eugene will remain here in school.
We regret to learn of the illness of Mr. J. M. Wallace and trust that he will soon be well again.
We wish to call special attention to the big bargain sale which Mrs. J. O. Hodnett is now conducting at her millinery establishment in Marion, La. She advertises to sell all ribbons and dress trimmings at a discount of 25 per cent and all dress goods at 15 per cent discount. For full particulars we refer you to her double column advertisement on the second page of this issue, entitled “BARGAIN SALE”.
It is highly interesting to know that during the past year there were seventeen new banks organized in the State combining a capital of $3,960,000.
Conspicuous by its absence was the ringing of the bells which was due to fall on us promptly at 12 o’clock Sunday night in celebration of the death of the old year and the berth of the new, but for some unaccountable reason the celebration did not come off. It is the first time in many years that Farmerville has missed being treated to the midnight serenade on the night before new year, probably the first time since the town could first boast of a bell to ring. We have no doubt that this young New Year feels vey much slighted by this gross neglect.
If you want your old sewing machine to work as new bring it to me. I guarantee my work and I also sell the best machines made. Don’t buy until you see me. VAN PIERCE.
NOTICE is hereby given that S. B. Reppond has this day filed in my office his application praying to be appointed administrator of Aleck and Martha Burk deceased. Now therefore, unless opposition be made thereto in writing and filed in my office within ten days from the publication of this notice said appointment will be made. Witness my hand and seal of this office on this the 6th day of December A. D. 1905. E. L. Ramsey, Dy Clerk of Court&c.
“Cheap Farm Lands” We have over 100,000 acres of good farm lands in the Ouachita Valley an on the BAYOU MASON RIDGE, in West Carroll, Richland and Franklin parishes. We can give you a place from 40 to 40,000 acres on easy terms, write us what you want and where you want it and we will give you information. Central Immigration Real Estate & Loan Co., Monroe La.
Mr. Edw. Everett made a flying trip to Monroe last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Taylor, who have been spending the Christmas holidays with Mr. Taylor’s relatives in Fulton, Ky., are expected home tonight.
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