Unknown NewspaperDecember 28, 1907 Alleges Enemies Burnt Him Out Editor of Union Herald Bernice Louisiana after losing all his Newspaper Outfit comes to New Mexico G. G. Crichet, former editor of the "Union Herald" of Bernice, is in the city on his way to the Mesilla Valley with his wife who comes to New Mexico … Continue reading Crime in Union Parish
Written by Gene Barron On April 20, 1908 Sheriff John W. Taylor and his Chief Deputy, James M. Underwood were called to Bernice in response to a shootout. The shooting occurred when Charles J. Morton, along with his wife, Anna, and their son, Charles Hester Morton, stepped from the coach of the northbound Rock Island … Continue reading A Shootout on the Streets of Bernice
The Gazette January 23, 1901 Mr. Otis Tugwell and Miss Ossie Clark were married last Sunday at the residence of Mr. T. W. Clark, Rev. W. T. Smith officiating.
The Gazette December 12, 1900 One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Mr. W. E. Clark and Miss Summie Carroll, which occurred Nov. 28, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Carroll, at Spearsville, La. Promptly at 7 o'clock the bridal party marched into the parlor, to the … Continue reading Clark – Carroll Marriage
The Gazette December 5, 1900 Miss Sammie Carroll and Mr. W. E. Clark were married last Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. J. A. Carroll near Spearsville. The bride is a refined and attractive young lady and the groom is a worthy and popular young merchant of Oakland. The Gazette extends best wishes.
The Gazette August 23, 1899 Mr. W. M. Post, Jr., who went to Texas about five weeks ago for his health, has returned home. Mr T. W. Clark has recently built a good, timely bridge across little Cornie and two causeway bridges. A weeks protracted meeting closed at this place last Friday night. Two additions … Continue reading From Spearsville
The Gazette December 21, 1898 Nothing very strange has "happened" since I wrote last, but for fear some one will think that something has happened to me, I come again with what I have. Mr. Henry Henderson has recently returned from St. Louis, where he had been to have his eyes medicated. Mr. T. W. … Continue reading From Spearsville
The Gazette November 30, 1898 Since writing last, Mrs. S. J. Hollis' son, Howard, had the misfortune of getting his leg broken by a loaded wagon. He is improving quite fast, so stated. Messrs. Benjamin and Robert Post, who reside near Lockhart, are expecting to move to Texas before many weeks. Mr. Isom Johnson, one … Continue reading From Spearsville
The Gazette November 2, 1898 As I have not written the items of this place in some time I will now send another write-up. Sickness is not so general, but in a worse form, it seems. Mr. A. B. Henderson's mother, after lingering for quite a while seemingly at the point of death, expired early … Continue reading From Spearsville