The Gazette October 29, 1902 In Farmerville this morning at 9 o'clock Mr. Oscar Baughman and Miss Donie Laupheimer were untied in the holy bonds of matrimony. The wedding was a quiet affair, only relatives and a few special friends being present At the appointed hour, stepping to the gentle strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, … Continue reading Baughman – Laupheimer
The Gazette May 28, 1902 Mr. J. D. Baughman has just harvested a very fine oat crop, and since many inquiries have been made concerning his method of growing oats, we publish the following statement made by him concerning time of planting, fertilizer used, yield profit, etc.: "On September 26th I finished planting in oats … Continue reading Oats a Profitable Crop
https://youtu.be/TfxAzmUmKLs Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville, Louisiana proudly presents this 2017 short historical documentary "Memories of Farmerville" which commemorates the town's 175th anniversary by presenting recollections and images of life in the town and rural northeastern Louisiana from the 1930's to the 1970's. Featuring four interviews with key townspeople and photographs … Continue reading Memories of Farmerville
The Gazette February 20, 1901 Saturday night about 10.30 o'clock the steamer Rosa B. was discovered to be on fire at the Farmerville landing, and the boat and her cargo of 187 bales of cotton and 450 sacks of cotton seed were destroyed. The blaze originated near the engine room, the flames soon being communicated … Continue reading Steamer Rosa B. Burned
The Gazette October 4, 1899 In honor of his sister, Mrs. S. C. Trimble, Mr. J. D. Baughman gave a delightful picnic and barbecue to a few friends in a beautiful grove on his Thompson place last Thursday. The day was an ideal one for outdoor recreation; and the surroundings and preparations for the occasion … Continue reading A Pleasant Outing
The Gazette September 27, 1899 Last Wednesday morning a large company of friends assembled at the Trimble residence to witness the marriage of Miss Anna Laura Trimble to Mr. William Evans Dean. At the appointed hour the inspiring strains of Meudelssohn's wedding march, pealed forth from the skillful touch of Miss Naunie Dean, of Portland … Continue reading Dean – Trimble
The Gazette January 11, 1899 Capt. O. Baughman has purchased the steamer Rosa B. and will continue to run her in the D'Arbonne and Bartholomew trade.