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 April 3, 1901 While returning home form the school exercises at Holmesville Friday night some boys tanked up with liquor and decorated with deadly pistols, began shooting on the public highway. In the fusillade a fine mule belonging to Mr. Asa McFarland was seriously shot in the neck, and at last accounts it … Continue reading Mule Shot
The Gazette April 5, 1899 Callie Moore was acquitted of the charge of carrying concealed weapons. George W. Moore pleaded guilty to charge of assault and battery and was fined $2.50 and costs. Henry Futch pleaded guilty to same charge and was fined $1 and costs. W. A. Crawford was convicted in two cases of … Continue reading Criminal Docket