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Louisiana Lillie

Lillie Hopper.  I confess.  That name makes me think of a frog.  I also confess.  That name does not sound like an East Perry County name.  1,278 more words

From Lillie

The Gazette
October 17, 1900

Mr. W. M. Post, Jr., who has been a sufferer of consumption for 4 years, died at this place of the 9th. 75 more words

Union Parish

[Grimmelkin] A New Journey

Alola!
Another game, another dimension and another Nebby.
Hopefully everyone’s new journey through Alola proves to be as exciting as the first one.
Saying that. I still like the Sun and Moon’s Protagonist. 26 more words

From Lillie

The Gazette
August 29, 1900

Scarlet fever scare seems to prevail here just now.

Mr. J. F. Bird(?) of Champagnolle, Ark., is visiting relatives near Lillie. 69 more words

Union Parish

From Lillie

The Gazette
July 25, 1900

Mrs. T. L. Grace, of Texas, daughter of Dr. W. H. Lowe, is visiting relatives and friends in this ward. 51 more words

Union Parish

From Lillie

The Gazette
July 11th, 1900

The fact that this pen has been silent for several weeks is no evidence that Lillie is dead. The water in Little Cornie has been nearing her borders since the rains, but still she continues to hold her own except on excursion days, when many of her inhabitants go south. 159 more words

Union Parish

From Lillie

The Gazette
May 30, 1900

The poker tent, spoken of some time since, has bee moved. So much for the morality of the people of Lillie. 246 more words

Union Parish