Loutre Dots

The Gazette May 6, 1903 This section received a good rain last week and the farmers are busy planting cotton. Loutre was visited by railroad men last week, and we expect soon to have an east and west road running through here. Miss Bertha Cook began a five months' school here this week. Health of … Continue reading Loutre Dots

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Court Items

The Gazette May 6, 1903 Cornick Millinery Co. vs. Henderson Bros. Judgement rejecting plaintiff's demand. I. G. Futch vs. J. M. Futch et al. Judgment for plaintiff for $64.25. John Grimes pleaded guilty to charge of carrying concealed weapons and was fined $25 and costs. C. D. Covington was fined $100 and costs on conviction … Continue reading Court Items

Court Items

The Gazette April 29, 1903 Peter Jones pleaded guilty to charge of larceny and was sentenced to 60 days in jail. Sentence was suspended against L L. Lowery, who was convicted of selling liquor without license, during good behavior. Mose Hendricks was convicted of assault and battery, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail. … Continue reading Court Items

From Farmerville

The Gazette April 15, 1903 Teachers's examinations Thursday and Friday. Dr. C. H. Jameson made a business trip to Monroe Friday. Mr. Karl Pleasant visited Ruston and Mt. Lebanon last week. “Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested. ‘Force,’ a ready-to-serve wheat and barley food, adds no burden, but sustains, nourishes, invigorates.” FOR … Continue reading From Farmerville

Court Items

The Gazette April 1, 1903 Jesse Wooley pleaded guilty to charge of disturbing peace on public highway and was fined $20 and costs. C. D. Covington was acquitted on charge of retailing liquor without licence. J. L. Reed vs. Mrs. Matilda Selig. Judgment reviving former judgment.      

Court Items

The Gazette March 18, 1903 Charley Simmons pleaded guilty to charge of assault, and was sentenced to pay a fine of $20 and costs. Aleck Bearden was acquitted of charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. Jas. Poston pleaded guilty to charge of assault and battery, and was fined $25 and costs. W. K. Pryor … Continue reading Court Items