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District Court

The Gazette
September 17, 1902

District court convened Monday with all officers present.

The probate and appeal docket was set for Thursday.

CRIMINAL DOCKET

John Davis pleaded guilty to putting dynamite in Bayou Cornie and was fined $15 and costs or 90 days in jail. 122 more words

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Real Estate Transfers

The Gazette
September 17, 1902

Perry M. Knox to Geo. M. Alston, about 480 acres of land, $1228.18.

J. M. Risinger to Floyd Buckley donation of 4 acres of land and improvements thereon. 120 more words

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From Farmerville

The Gazette
September 17, 1902

Miss Zulma Markstein spent last week in town with friends.

Hope and Wisdom. Both are contained to Cheatham’s Laxative Chill Tablets. 1,369 more words

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After the Holidays!

Pearl Harris

I hope all of you had a great Thanksgiving and a wonderful Christmas. We really enjoyed  having all our family with us – even if it was a short time. 610 more words

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Ponds, Creeks and Mud Puddles Made Good Swimmin' Holes

Written By Galen White

I really ain’t got a clue as to why I’m talkin’ ’bout this particular subject, ‘specially at this time of year. Could be ’cause I ain’t got much of a clue about anything at all, or it could be ’cause I just couldn’t get it outta my mind. 674 more words

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Mrs. Mattie Pleasant Dead

The Gazette
September 10, 1902

Died at her home in Farmerville, La., on the morning of Sept. 8, Mrs. Mattie Pleasant.

This announcement come with no shock to the many friends of Mrs. 126 more words

Death

Mrs. Mattie Pleasant Dead

The Gazette
September 10, 1902

Died at her home in Farmerville, La., on the morning of Sept. 8, Mrs. Mattie Pleasant.

This announcement come with no shock to the many friends of Mrs. 126 more words

Union Parish