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Captain C. M. Bearden

The Gazette
July 29, 1896

Last Saturday morning about six o’clock Capt. C. M. Bearden, owner and builder of the steamer Rosa B, died at his father’s residence four miles west of Farmerville, after an illness of two weeks with typhus malarial fever. 215 more words

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A Sad Death

The Gazette
July 22, 1896

A deplorable accident occurred Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. John Moncrief, on the Vernon and Ruston road; near Bonner, which cost the life of one man and came near destroying the life of another. 326 more words

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Mrs. Pauline Stein vs. Knights of Pythias

The Gazette
June 24, 1896

The case of Mrs. Pauline Stein vs. the Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias, after being on trial for several days in the United States circuit court at New Orleans, Judge Pariange presiding, resulted in a mistrial last Thursday. 291 more words

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John Cupp

The Gazette
June 17, 1896

John Cupp, who was shot from ambush several weeks ago in Claiborne parish, died last week from the effects of his wounds. 20 more words

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Mr. R. L. Mayfield and Miss Jodie Bond

The Gazette
May 27, 1896

The social event of Ruston last week was the marriage of Mr. R. L. Mayfield, assistant cashier of the Ruston Bank, to Miss Jodie Bond, the accomplished daughter of Mr. 7 more words

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Good Luck Omens

New York Journal
May 6, 1896

It’s lucky to have a dog follow you.

Never chase a black cat. If you do you’ll drive away luck. 424 more words

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Three Kingsport Men

Three Kingsport Men

2 March 1946

Three Kingsport men, including in a list of nine East Tennesseans, recently received honorable discarges at the Camp Chaffee Personnel center, Camp Chaffee, Ark. 74 more words

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