June 6, 1906
Mr. R. J. Tabor was a visitor in Farmerville Tuesday.
Mrs. J. G. Trimble and baby left Sunday to visit relatives in Ruston.
Mr. Dan Spencer of Archer, La., was here on a business visit Monday.
Ed Haas of Monroe was in Farmerville Tuesday shaking hands with old friends.
Messrs. H. E. Gates and Densley Bailey of the Colson neighborhood were visitors in Farmerville Monday.
Mr. J. M. Wallace and little daughter, Elizabeth, returned home Sunday after having spent a week in Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Berdie Cook, who has been teaching at Swartz, La., the past season, is at home for the summer.
Mr. Hardy Burford, a prominent man of the southern portion of this parish, died Saturday of pneumonia.
Mrs. Sue L. Barnes and daughter, Lillie, left Sunday for a visit to relatives at Arcadia.
Mrs. T. J. Breed and children returned home Friday night after a visit of several weeks with relatives at Conway, Ark.
Cashier T. J. Breed of the Farmerville State Bank was on the sick list for several days of last week but is now up and about his duties.
After many months of intense suffering with a cancer on his tongue Mr. John Merrit, who lived several miles north of Farmerville died last Saturday.
Judge R. B. Dawkins of Farmerville and Judge J. M. Thompson of the Franklin Catahoula district, held a term of the circuit court here this week. – Bastrop Enterprice.
Quite a crowd of Farmerville people went to Sardis church Sunday to attend the Woodmen of the World inviting ceremonies over the grave of Charlie Simmons.
Mrs. Rudolph Haas and children left Monday morning for Monroe where they will make their home in the future. Mr. Haas preceded them several days to make ready for their coming.
Our former fellow-townsman, Marshal Munholland was a visitor in Farmerville last Friday. Marshal has quit the practice of law and gone back to drumming with his headquarters at Monroe.