July 17, 1919 to July 23, 1919
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
Dr. H.H. Hopkins and wife have returned from Dickson.
A.J. Mofield and family are at Red Boiling Springs.
Quimby Dyer is here from Cookeville. ¥ We want your honey. Bindwell
Miss Ada Coulson, of Algood, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R.H.
Mrs. Crit Clark, of Hull, visited her daughter, Mrs. S.B. Harward
If you have country bacon telephone me or bring it along. Cash
at highest market prices. T.F. Stephens
The typhoid germ is lurking around Livingston. Inoculate against
it. Get your anti-toxins at Burks Drug Co., where it is kept in
icehouse and is fresh at all times. Ask you doctor.
The concrete floor is being laid in the Estes garage and the other
finisheng work will be done within the next few days. The work is
being rushed in order to have storage room for a car load of new
automobiles which are now on the way. This make of car has recently
been introduced here and is proving quite popular.
County schools will start Monday.
Cortes Vaughn, son of R.L. Vaughn, who recently returned from France,
has gone to South Dakota to again make his home. He was there several
years before going to the army.
S.J. Fleming is in Louisville this week.
Money obtained through a breach of promise suit will not restore
a "soiled dove" to good society, but it is about the only way she
can get revenge.
Master Ray Speck is spending this week with his grand-parents,
M.A. Speck and wife in Hartsoe Cove.
Miss Katherine Cooper returned from Nashville Sunday where she
has been visiting Gov. Roberts and family.
Overton County News
415 West Main Street
P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570