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Glen Osborn and family, Banner Johnson and family left
last week for Virgie, Ky., to make their homes
Clinton Black has been ill with pneumonia .. David Allen
and family have moved to the George Gastineau farm ..
Virgil York was in Somerset one day last week
Ansel Griffin and Ellis Tackitt left last week to seek
employment at Elwood, Ky.
. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Adkins and Mrs. Myrtle Hart, all of Akron, O., are
visiting relatives here
. Mrs. Chester Blankenship
and children spent the weekend with her parents
The friends of Isaac Action, of Good Hope, are sorry to
hear of his death
Mr. Murphy Surber has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil York and little
son and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Smith were visitors at
Freeland Osborn's Sunday
Mr. Ernest Herrin is
moving to Eubank .. Mrs. Andrew Long was accidentally
shot last week
Mr. and Mrs. James York of Etna
were visitors at his brother's, Virgil York Sunday night.
Wilson Chapel. Corn gathering, butchering and hunting is the most common now in this community Sister Bruner filled her appointment at Wilson Chapel Sunday .. Chester Wilson and Frank Manning were among the visitors at Q.J. Wilson's Sunday Hollis Wilson and wife are enjoying their little home very much at this place since having been in Detroit for the past year.
Bent. Rev. J.W. Steele has returned home from Lion Creek where he has been holding a revival meeting for the past two weeks, with eleven additions to the church Mr. and Mrs. Earl Randall visited her parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Alpha Phelps was the guest of Miss Lexie Steele on Thursday . Lewis Mounce has purchased a mare from Bartley Phelps for $125 Mit Adkins is home from Indianapolis, Ind. . Miss Alpha Phelps spent the later part of the week with her grandmother Mrs. Nancy Erp . Mrs. Lucy Hunt of Drum visited her sister Mrs. M.A. Phelps, Saturday and Sunday Sherman Randall is home from Ft. Collins, Colo. Ladle Adkins of Montana is visiting relatives here Miss Ola Stogsdill has returned to Cincinnati, Ohio, after a week's visit with her parents, J.D. Stogsdill.
Hill. Miss Oval Humble has returned home form
visiting with relatives at Dogwood
Soules Chapel. The meeting closed Sunday on account of the weather Miss Janie Gilmore had her school house painted inside on Friday Mr. Lindsay Cundiff and Ralph Smith took the contract to put gravel on he Bodkins Hill Mrs. C.B. McDowell gave a nice dinner Thanksgiving for Maude. Those present enjoyed a good time and a splendid dinner Mr. T.L. King sold a nice hog last week for 12 ½ cents a pound Miss Katherine King spent Saturday night with Helen Cundiff Several from around here went to the baptizing at Clay Hill Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hicks of Dayton, Ohio, are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hughett Mr. Harry Yahnig had a wreck with his car Saturday night. No one was injured Miss Mamie McKinzie visited Bessie Williams last week Mr. J.W. Sears is no better at this writing Miss Lola Hinkle spent Friday night with Joie Kidd Bill and Rendols Jackson spent Sunday with Marshall Cundiff.
Quinton. Miss Erie Wallace entertained a number of boys and girls Thursday night Misses Nina Hines and Mary Silvers and Mr. John Ryan called on Mrs. Will Ryan Thursday . Mrs. Will Ryan called on her mother Mrs. John Silvers on Wednesday Mr. Martin Silvers of Indiana is visiting relatives here Messrs Everett Wallace and Steve Lovell left Tuesday for Cincinnati. Later their parents received a telegram that the boys were trying to join the army Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hardwick are visiting Mrs. Hardwick's mother at Somerset Will Silvers purchased from Bradley Silvers a fine dog Mrs. Wm. Flynn called on Mrs. Tom Silvers on Thursday Mr. Wm. Flynn was at Jack Garland's Tuesday on business Marshall East purchased from Robert Copenhaver a fine horse Mrs. Ida Colyer will preach at the Holiness church Friday and Saturday nights, Sunday also Robert and Chas. Hardwick of Somerset were here Thanksgiving hunting.
Catherine. We are having some rainy weather around here at present Chas. Hammons is very poorly at this time Alvin Wilson and Virtie Wilson visited Clate Gosser's Sunday Mrs. Molly Luttrell visited Mr. A. Godberry's Saturday . The mumps have broken out in the Pine Top school The boys had a fine time Thanksgiving day hunting around here Tilman Otcern spent Sunday with Eary Pitman at Mr. Will Pitman's.
Parkers Lake. Jas. O. Tunstall, who has been ill for some time, is no better . Cross Tie Inspector M. Davis was here last week taking up cross-ties P.P. Walker was in Somerset Sunday Mrs. Nora Souleyret and little son Louis spent Saturday evening with the Rev. W.T. Cook and family J.D. Erskine is having a new dwelling house erected for his mother. It is located near his own home .. Miss Ava Sellers enjoyed her Thanksgiving dinner with friends at William Siding .. Sidney Wood our teacher spent Saturday night at Pine Knot with his family Mrs. Joe Walker and little daughters Audrey and Blanche, spent two or three days the first of the week with her sister in Somerset Lou Souleyret is at home from Danville for a week or two . Mrs. M.H. Tredway and baby were at Greenwood Sunday .. Smith Morris spent Saturday night at Whitley City with his family Alonzo Erskine of Ohio is here with his brother J.D. Erskine Mrs. Nora Souleyret and Miss Sallie Cook visited the J.O. Tunstall family last week John Peters moved to this farm last week. John Freeman immediately occupied the house vacated by Mr. Peters, and Chas. Walker will occupy the house vacated by Mr. Freeman .. P.P. Walker plans to build a new dwelling house on the Maxwell place, which is about a mile and a half from here .. The Odd Fellows had meetings here the last two Saturday nights and initiated a candidate each time. They do believe in keeping the goat busy "Uncle" Tom Smith is building a house on P.P. Walker's place, but is ill so much of the time that he is getting along very slowly. He will move to it when completed We have a good Sunday school with a large attendance every Sunday .. Our sheriff, George Walker, was here one day last week on business. Mr. Caddell, our assessor, was also here one day on business O. Walker, Lloyd Looper, Clayton Ridenour and Virgil Sloan allowed themselves the pleasure of a hunting trip last week and came home loaded down with game A.H. Vanhook was in Burnside last Wednesday Ray Farris visited relatives at Greenwood last week The well drillers who were drilling a well for P.P. Walker had bad luck. Just as they finished the well they broke their drill off in the bottom of the well and all efforts to dislodge the broken machinery have failed ... Another Thanksgiving Day has vanished into the past. We have a number of things for which to be thankful that we shall not attempt to make a list of them; should we do so, and our editor consented to print it, he would have to publish an extra edition of our good paper which might lessen his list of thankfulness.
George Emerson is moving to the property of E.
. Miss Willie Rainwater visited Dorothy
and Mary Hunley Thursday night
Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Doss and daughter, Thelma, spent Thursday with her
parents A.W. Rainwater
. Estill Yaden and wife of
Illinois are here with her brother who is ill with
Mr. Oscar Collins visited at Everet
Allen's Monday night
Hershel Henderson has moved
Martha Emerson visited at her daughters
Garfield Coley left Wednesday for
Wesley Collins spent Thursday at Everet
Walter Dye, who has been sick for some
time, is slowly improving
Helen and Stella
Rainwater visited their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fount
Maupins Thursday night
Mrs. Ada Simpson of Oil
Center visited her sister Miss Mary Rainwater from Friday
Cecil, the little son of R. Cooper,
who has been seriously ill for some time, died Friday
night. He was laid to rest in the New Hope Cemetery
Gathering corn is the order of the day in this part
Dewey Pennington of Dry Ridge was in this part
Saturday and Sunday
Dave Allen of Montana is in
this vicinity visiting relatives
John Meaders of
Russell Springs was in our neighborhood Tuesday
Bradley purchased a fine horse from J.W. Kissee for $130
Fount Sayers sold two fine hogs to Henry
Griffin for 11 cents per lb.
M. Schoolcraft, son
and two daughters, took dinner Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Tom Pitman went to Russell County the
fore part of the week on business
Schoolcraft is on the sick list
Mrs. Fannie Dick
visited Mrs. Samantha Schoolcraft Friday evening
Henry Dick took a load of apples to Mr. Tom Gossett's
. Mrs. Floy Kissee is no better at this
writing .. Mrs. Elizabeth Allen is no better at this time
Mr. Dick Kissee is very poorly with paralysis
Dr. Brent Weddle was in this vicinity a few days
ago visiting the sick.
Everybody is about through gathering corn in this
Johnson Dick and family were Sunday
guests of Henderson Wesley's
Geo. Thompson was the
guest of J.D. Hall Sunday night
Mary Eliza Dick
and Jordan Roy were married Sunday
and family were guests of Mitchell Wesley Sunday
A. Spaw and wife were guests of Alfred Wesley Wednesday
Plymp Dick was the guest of Will Hall
Sunday .. Ellen Wesley visited her sister Mrs. Lilly Dick
Friday .. Rotie Wesley visited her father-in-law James
. Emaline Dick was the guest of
George Dick and family on Sunday
A.C. Wesley has
returned from the Lynch mines, where he has been at work
for some time
John Waters purchased a mule from
Frank Dick for $100
John Waters has moved with his
son, Louis Waters, where he will make his future home
Ira Mofield has moved back to this part of the
Several of the boys attended the
singing at King Bee Sunday.
Rev. Marion Baugh filled his regular appointment at Mt.
Ed Baugh of Eubank has been visiting
his grandmother Sarah Baugh
Howard Light is in
Tennessee visiting is children
Mrs. Bettie Lester
is still improving
Delmar and Ray Baugh of Science
Hill visited their grandmother Sarah Baugh on
Ollie Vaught sold T.E. Godby a
Jersey cow for $60
Fonsie Haggard and family
visited J.M. Dunsmore and family Sunday evening
J.T. Adams is working for Mrs. Grace Adams
Hines and wife and Uncle Dick Lester and wife visited
J.J. Lester's on Thanksgiving
Sam Lester and
family visited Geo. Crawford and family Thanksgiving
Ada Hines and sister are staying at Beech Grove at
Mrs. Nettie Flynn visited Mrs. Allie
Farmers are all trying to finish gathering their corn ..
J.S. Hines went to Mt. Victory Saturday to put in Dr.
Browning a new telephone
Chas. Brinson of Somerset
has been visiting relatives here
Several from here
attended the Teachers Association at Colo School last
Wash Mounce, of Poplarville, is moving on
John Smiley's place .. Will Edwards of Poplarville was at
Sam Hines last Friday evening on business
Baker has gone back to work for his brother Chas. Baker
John Hargis of Boyce County was visiting
his parents J.F. Hargis and family Sunday night
P.F. Baker was in Somerset Monday on business
James R. Sears of Dykes attended church at White Lily
Pumphrey has moved to his new ingleton. farm
Singleton and Gertie Osborn visited Mr.
James Anderson's last Sunday evening
and wife and daughter, Mr. H.B. Singleton and wife, Mrs.
Lester Osborn and two daughters visited Mr. Henry
Singleton's Sunday M.N. Ingram visited her mother last
Singleton bought a fine red
Duroc hog from Mr. Henry Pumphrey
The school is
progressing nicely at this place and all report a good
year and seem to be sorry the school is so near a close
There was an entertainment at Clear Fork school
house on Thanksgiving Day
. Farmers are all busy
gathering corn in this vicinity .. Miss Fannie Michal
bought a fine fat hog and butchered it last week
Hanley Singleton killed a nice young beef
cow a few days ago.
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