January 10, 1906
NOTICE. Pay day 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.
Mr. J. E. Gill of the D’Arbonne vicinity was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Ellen Levi is on a visit to Monroe and New Orleans.
The Parish School Board met in Farmerville Tuesday.
Mr. J. L. Hopkins a prominent merchant of Marion was in Farmerville Tuesday.
Mr. James Boulware of near D’Arbonne was in Farmerville yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Taylor who has been visiting relatives in Fulton Ky., returned home Sunday.
Mr. W. S. Cooper, a progressive citizen of Marion was a visitor in town Monday.
Mr. F. E. Mayo made a business trip to Monroe last week returning home Saturday night.
To arrive a car of Elwood Wire fencing, barb wire and nails. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Mrs. T. J. Breed has been quite sick for the past few days, but we are glad to say she is now better.
Miss Elma Barnes who has been visiting her mother’s family here last week left Saturday for her home in Arcadia.
We are glad to learn that Uncle George Kilgore, who was reported quite sick last week is now much better.
Mr. Milton Holton of Prescott, Ark., is in Farmerville for a few days on a visit to his relative, Mr. J. D. Fenton.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cromwell of Bernice are the happy parents of a fine baby girl. The young lady made her arrival on January 8th.
Faultless Flour has no superior we buy it by the carload and can save you money. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Messrs. H. W. Reagan and Howell of Ruston were Farmerville this week looking after Mr. Reagan’s timber interest in this section.
We hear from Sheriff Taylor that he issued 1538 poll ta receipts last year. This is about the same number that was issued the year before.
NOTICE. All parties I bought seed from on contracts will please deliver same at Farmerville depot and on bank of D’Arbonne. I am still paying the highest cash price for seed and selling meal and bulls. Thanking you for past favors. Your truly, JOHN D BALLARD, Agt.
We wish to thank our friend, J. H. Ham of Holmesville, La., for two fine specimen turnips which he brought us. One weighing 7 pounds and the other 7 1/2.
Messrs. T. J. Harrison, of Loutre, J. T. Davis, of Cherry Ridge, Pardue of Downsville, Colvin of Bernice, J. L. Hopkins and J. O. Hodnett of Marion were in Farmevile Tuesday attending the Parish School Board Meeting.
Mr. Van Pierce informs us that he is contemplating moving to Texas in the near future. The people of our town will be sorry to lose this esteemable family and we trust that they will reconsider and remain here.
At any rate no newspaper yet has accused Ellis Curey of being “a prominent worker in the Y.M.C.A.
Resolutions of Respect of Rev. Pulaski Moore
When our Divine Master has seen fit to remove from our Lodge here below our old and much esteemed brother Pulaski Moore to that celestial Lodge above therefore.
Be it resolved by the Bernice Lodge No. 239 F. & A. M. that we bow with humility to the mandates of our heavenly father. We realise that the working tools of life have forever fallen from brother Moore’s marvelous grasp, yet we feel sure that he has left us an example worthy of imitation. We know he loved masonery and lived it. We will “cherish his memory here,” and we commend his aged companion and children whom he has left to the God of mercy who “tempers the wind to the shorn lamb,” and “who doeth all things well” in this their and bereavement for comfort and consolation.
Be it further ordained that the Lodge be drafted in mourning and the brethren wear the usual badge for 30 days, and that these resolutions be spread upon our minutes, a copy be given his companion, and copies be furnished the parish papers with a request for publication.
Bernice La., Dec. 27, 1905.
J. R. Tabor
W. C. Roaten
C. C. Dow, Committee
Mr. James C. Maroney of Farmerville died Monday morning about 2 o’clock at his father’s residence near Oakland. Mr. Maroney had been in bad health for some time but a few days ago it was thought that he was improving. He leaves a wife, young baby and a host of relatives and friends to whom The Gazette extends sincere sympathy.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett, Mrs. Duke Selig, Mrs. J. B. Murphy, Edgar Ballard, Fenner Murphy and Chas. Jameson of our town went to Monroe Saturday to see “The Clausman,” the play dramatized from Thomas’ Dixon great novel by that name which appeared in Monroe Saturday night.
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.
Dr. C. T. Hines Dead
It is with sincere regret that we note the death of Dr. C. T. Hines, which occurred Friday night, January 5th, at his home in West Monroe. Dr. Hines, besides being a physician of exceptional ability, has for the past twelve years held the honored position of Masonic Grand Lecturer of Louisiana. He was buried with Masonic honors at Forksville, La., Sunday.
Thus layath down the working tools of life an excellent physician, a perfect gentleman, a true friend and, no doubt, the brightest and most useful Mason in Louisiana. May he rest in peace.
Accept No Substitute There is nothing just as good for Malaria, Chills and Fever as Dr. Meadenhall’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. J. B. Crockett and little son, Eugene, returned home Monday night after having spent several weeks visiting relatives in Mississippi. Mrs. Crockett will stay here for a few days and then go to Felsenthal where they will make their future home. Eugene remain here in school.
The Farmerville State Bank met last Tuesday and elected its Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year as follows: J. D. Baughman, Edw. Everett, R. B. Dawkins, C. H. Jameson, J. M. Smith, W. J. Turnage and J. G. Trimble. The officers will remain just the same as in the past year viz: J. G. Trimble, president, C. H. Jameson, vice-president and T. J. Breed, cashier.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Massing of Ruston passed through the city today on a visit to their old home in Farmerville. While here they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dawkins. — Evening News.
FOR RENT. Good farm 3 miles from town known as the Scott place, 3 dwellings, good barns, and open land for 3 to 5 plows. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Love – Cooper
Married Wednesday Dec 27, 1905. At the brides home, in Marion La., Mr. Starling Love to Miss Lena Cooper.
The church was profusely decorated for the occasion with evergreens, pot flowers and maiden hair ferns, while directly over the alter where the vows were to be taken, a large heart was hung made of cedar, festooned with white satin ribbons but owing to the inclemency of the weather, the marriage was solemnized at the home of the bride. There was quite a crowd to witness teh happy event.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white silk, with lace trimmings; The long tulle veil which fell in graceful folds to the hem of her skirt and the pretty wreath of orange blossoms which bedecked her head made her a fair picture to look upon.
After the ceremony we repaired to the dining room where an elegant supper was served.
The table groaned beneath its burden of everything good that the season afforded and great credit is due Mrs. Cooper, for the taste she displayed in the arrangement of the table.
The bride who is noted no less for her beauty and accomplishments than her beauty and accomplishments than her sweet disposition and beautiful traits of character, is one of Marion’s brightest stars and counts her friends by the score.
We congratulate Mr. Love on his wise choice.
The groom is an intelligent young man noted for his morality and honesty and has a host of warm friends.
The bride and groom were recipients of several presents.
May they have a long and prosperous life and cause this old world to be better for their having lived is it, is the ardent wish of a–