Farmerville Local News

The Gazette
April 18, 1906

Judge W. R. Roberts of Bernice is here this week.

Mr. W.W. Richardson of Downsville was a visitor here Monday.

Mr. J. W. Parks, Police Juror from Ward 3, was in Farmerville yesterday.

Mr. Edgar Ward of Randolph was in Farmerville the first of the week.

Mr. P. S. Rabun of the Zion Hill neighborhood is on the jury here this week.

Mr. Emile Selig of Bernice spent Sunday and Monday of this week in Farmerville.

Dr. O. H. Thompson of Marion was a visitor to our town last Monday.

The Farmerville & Southern arrived in Farmerville Sunday night just 24 hours late occasioned by a wreck.

Mr. and S. R. Terral, a prominent citizen if ward 10 was in Farmerville Monday.

Miss Rowena Hirsch, an attractive young lady of Natches, Miss., came in Sunday and spent several days visiting her friends, the Misses Selig.

Capt. Oscar Baughman left Wednesday for Hot Springs, Ark. where he goes to recuperate after his recent spell of sickness.

We are requested to announce that the Baptist Ladies Aid Society will meet at the residence of Mrs. Breed Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock.

Town Marshall J. K. Atkinson left Tuesday morning for points in Indiana and Kentucky where he goes to visit relatives.

Attorney J. E. Clayton of Ruston came in Sunday afternoon to attend the present series of court.

Mr. Mose Hartman came in Sunday from Ruston and in the future will be in business with his brother, L. Hartman here.

Mrs. Mary Mathews, after a visit of several weeks in Bernice and Ruston, returned home last Thursday.

Mr. Ed Haas, traveling salesman for Meyer Brothers, Monroe, La., was in Farmerville last Friday.

Attorney O. C. Dawkins of Monroe is attending court in Farmerville this week.

The Jury term of District Court is in session in Farmerville this week with quite a large docket filed for trail.

Messrs. J. D. Fenton and A. S. Raley made a trip to Dubach last Thursday returning home the following day.

Quite a crowd of Farmerville young people went to Greenville church last Sunday to spend the day.

Mr. Henry Haas, commonly known as “Mud” by his many friends came in free Monroe Sunday to spend a few days visiting his home folks and many friends here. He returned to Monroe Tuesday.

Miss Evelyn Evans, one of the popular assistants in the Farmerville High School, who was called to her home in Bastrop last week on account of the illness of her father, returned Sunday night. She reports her father very much better.

Another enjoyable evening was spent on Monday night when Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor again threw open their hospitable home to the dancing crowd complimentary to Miss Rowena Hirsch of Natches, Miss. The special feature of the evening was the cakewalk led by Messrs. Haas and Murphy. Those fortunate enough to be present were Miss Rowena Hirsch of Natches, Misses Ellen Haas, Rose Arent, Maude and Helena Selig. Messrs Henry Haas of Monroe, Emile Selig of Bernice, Ramsey,, Robinson, Ballard, Murphy and Preaus.

We have just received a car load of coffins. All sized and prices. UNION MERCANTILE CO.

NOTICE. The celebrated Thomas Jack will be stood at Locklomand during this season. Fees reasonable.

Hon. E. B. Kruttedhmitt, who has been a very prominent figure in the politics of Louisiana for many years also a noted jurist, died at his home in New Orleans last Monday of pneumonia.

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 time in place of quinine. If it fails to give satisfaction Farmerville Drug Co. will Refund.

Mr. Ed Gully, formerly of Randolph has purchased the Montgomery place in Farmerville of Mr. J. D. Baughman and will move his family here at an early date. We understand that Mr. Gully contemplates going into the mercantile business here.

While out at target practice an explosion occurred on board the battleship Kasreage last Saturday which resulted in the death of six officers and men and several dangerously wounded. No damage was done to the ship.

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership existing between D. W. Spencer and J. E. Gray has been dissolved and I will not be responsible for any trade made by J. E. Gray from this date. This March 4th, 1906. D. W. Spencer, Archer, La.,

I have just received my spring and summer line of ladies hats. Be sure to call at my residence and see them before you buy. Mrs. C. D. Covington.

NOTICE. I will be in Farmerville nest week with a full line of spectacles and watches. A. J. MASHAW.

NOTICE. I have just received my beautiful Spring line of ladies hats and the ladies are cordially invited to call and see them. Mrs. J. W. STANCIL.

THE GAZETTE, one dollar a year in advance.





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