The Gazette October 10th, 1894 From the Front Page: Clean the paint of the room thoroughly and set in the center of the room a dish containing four ounces of brimstone. Light it and close the room as tight as possible, stopping the keyhole of the door with paper, to keep the fumes of the … Continue reading To Destroy Bed-Bugs
September 26, 1894 Don't keep all your sweet smiles for us. We honor you when we see you can bestow them on your own sex. Don't look at another woman's gown as you cross the street in front of a cable car. Some man is sure to risk his life to save yours. Don't forget … Continue reading A Man’s “Don’t” to Women
The Gazette June 20, 1894 Pay as you go. Do not 'fool' in business matters. Do not kick everyone in your path. Learn to think and act for yourself. Keep ahead rather than behind the times. Use your own brains rather than those of others. Do not meddle with business you know nothing about. Have … Continue reading How to Make Money
The Gazette September 30, 1936
Don't you wish we had prices like that now? This is a ad from Gibson's Super Market in Marion. The date is June 3, 1965.
In 1803, when the United States bought the Louisiana Territory from France, Territory of Orleans - now the State of Louisiana - was divided into nineteen parishes, the most northerly of which was Ouachita Parish. In 1839 Union Parish was created out of the northern part of Ouachita Parish, and Farmerville was made the parish … Continue reading The Beginning
Thursday, July 28th, 2016 Treasure Hunt - Sponsored by Louisiana Lottery 7:00am Listen to Z107.5 WHAT a MELON Heroes Watermelon Decorating 2:00pm Union Parish Library Baby, Tiny, Little, Petite, and Junior 6:00pm Miss Watermelon Pageant Farmerville High School Auditorium Union Parish Voter's League Banquet 7:00pm Farmerville Recreation Center Friday, July 29th, 2016 Treasure Hunt - … Continue reading 53rd Annual Louisiana Watermelon Festival Schedule of Events