The GazetteNovember 15, 1905 Editor Gazette: Seeing a letter on the columns of your esteemed paper from H. R. Ham, on blind tigerism, and its cure, I so heartily endorse what he wrote that to wish to say a few words on this also. I just wish to ask the public who is to blame, and … Continue reading From Marion
The Gazette September 24, 1902 The people of Union Parish will be called upon at the election in November next to say whether license for the retail of intoxicating liquors shall or shall not be issued throughout the parish during the next and succeeding years. The question is up to the voters of Union Parish … Continue reading License or No License – Which?
The Gazette May 14, 1902 For The Gazette. There a young city not generally known to the people and officials of Union Parish, and it is so different from other cities that it may be of interest to the public to know something of its locality and history. It is "Silver City," in the northern … Continue reading A Plague Spot
The Gazette October 2, 1901 Mr. Editor: In your last issue of Gazette you gave good advice to the good people of Junction City in regard to the blind tiger, now don't you think that the good people of Farmerville could do the same. Go forth and discharge their duty, assist the court, the officers … Continue reading From Junction City
The Gazette May 23, 1900 Saturday afternoon Marshal Atkinson, under the belief that Geo. Caldwell, colored, was running a blind tiger in Farmerville, searched his premises, and found convincing evidence that the negro was selling whiskey. There were several bottles of liquor ready for sale in a chest that was locked. At first George refused … Continue reading Blind Tiger Operator Caught