January 17, 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.
Mr. H. W. Regan of Ruston was in Farmerville Tuesday.
Mr. Jule Parks of Lochlomond was in town Tuesday.
Mr. Abe Stein of Monroe was in Farmerville last week.
R. J. Tabor of Shiloh was in town Monday
Judge W. R. Roberts of Bernice is here attending court this week.
Mrs. John Donley and little daughter left last Friday for a visit to relatives in Junction City, Ark.
We regret to learn that Major John Donley is on the sick list this week.
Mr. W. A. Jackson of Junction City was in Farmerville the first of the week.
To arrive a car of Elwood Wire fencing, barb wire and nails. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Cabbage, potatoes, onions oranges, bananas, apples oysters at Farmerville Gro. Co.
Mr. H. Ludwig returned last Thursday night from Marion where he has been at work for some time past.
Judge R. B. Dawkins came home from Monroe Wednesday night where he held a session of the Court of Appeals.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Manning of Ruston came in Tuesday night for a visit of several days to friends and relatives in Farmerville.
Mr. Clyde Sanders of Monroe has been at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Sanders for several days recuperating from a recent attack of sickness.
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.
The little baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crow died Sunday morning and was buried Monday morning in Marion. To these fond young parents in their great sorrow The Gazette extends heartfelt sympathy,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dozier, after spending several days visiting relatives and friends in and about Farmerville left last Tuesday for their home in Omaha, Neb.
Will receive to-day five barrels of 175 proof Eupion (European) Oil and also a choice lot of onion sets. Farmerville Gro. Co.
Quite a lot of excitement was occurred closed in the south end of town Saturday morning about 7 o’clock by a fire alarm from Major Donley’s residence. The fire was soon put out however and no damage resulted therefrom.
NOTICE. From now on I will sell steak at six and eight cents per pound, or if bought in bulk for five cents per pound. I also wish to buy a lot of fat beef cattle. P. W. MAYO.
Mr. Mose Hartman who has been visiting his father and mother here left Friday for Ruston via steamer Mattie.
NOTICE. All parties who are due us anything on 1905 accounts will please come forward and settle at once or else their accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. We need the money and must have our old accounts settled at once. FARMERVILLE GRO. CO.
The Original. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley’s Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine. These worthless imitations have similar sounding names. Beware of them. The genuine Foley’s Honey and Tar is in a yellow package. Ask for it and refuse any substitute. It is the beat remedy for coughs and colds. FARMERVILLE DRUG CO.
CARD OF THANKS. My mother and all the other members of our family join me in this expression of appreciation for the kind and unselfish consideration shown my father, Dr. C. T. Hines, during his last illness by members of the order he loved so well, and for the many kindnesses shown him and the family by friends outside the order. To the members of Western Star Lodge of Monroe, the Calhoun Lodge, and all the other lodges of the state for the great respect manifested, and to the representatives of judges from other states we bow with respectful gratitude. GEO. R. HINES, FOR THE FAMILY.
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.
Mr. Emile Selig and Miss Eda Jameson of Bernice spent Sunday visiting in Farmerville.
Attorneys Chas. B. Roberts and J. D. Barksdale of Ruston are attending court in Farmerville this week.
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 BALLARD, Agt.
We extend thanks to the Southern Gro. Co., of Monroe for an elegant calendar presented us by that progressive firm.
Mr. A. McKnight representing Ritchie Gro. Co., of El Dorado, was on our streets last Friday.
Cotton Buyer Williams, of Strong, Ark., was in Farmerville several days last week on business.
Even Mayor McCallan’s announcement that he will retire from politics will not make him our nest president.
Court met in regular session Monday morning, his honor Judge Dawkins presiding.
Mr. J. A. Peek of Ouachita City is here this week attending the meeting of the Grand Jury of which body he is a member.
Capt. J. W. Carton representing the Planter’s Fertilizer and Chemical Co., of New Orleans was in Farmerville Tuesday in the interest of his firm.
We call your attention in this issue to the advertisement of the Planter’s Fertilizer and Chemical Co. of New Orleans. This is the best and cheapest fertilizer made. Try it.
Mr. L. M. Feazel of Ruston, who represents the Waters-Pierce Oil Co. in this section was on our streets Tuesday.
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.
Miss Reita Hartman the popular young school mistress at Cecil, La. spent Saturday and Sunday in Farmerville with her parents, returning to her school Monday morning.
Mrs. M. B. Shultz and little daughter Clara left last Friday on the steamer Mattie for their home in West Monroe.
Estray Notice. I have taken up a stray cow and yearling at my place three miles south of Junction City, Ark. The cow is a red muley, with a crop and under but in left ear. The yearling is a muley with red and white speckles and marked with crop-off in left ear. The owner can secure these cattle by paying costs and applying to. W. S. Aycock, Junction City, Ark.
Faultless Flour has no superior we buy it by the carload and can save you money. J. D. BAUGHMAN.
Mr. A. J. Mashaw of Ruston is in town this week following his trade at mending watches.
Mrs. W. E. Dean and children of Portland, Ark., after spending several weeks visiting Mr. J. G. Trimble left Monday for their home. Mr. Dean came in Saturday and accompanied them back.
Mr. J. D. Baughman left today for St. Louis where he goes to buy a drove of mules for the Union Parish market. The announcement of his return will appear later through the columns of the Gazette.