July 29, 1915 to August 4, 1915
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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When in need of wood see or call J.G. Webb or Tom Brown.
Dr. W.M. Breeding, office upstairs in Farmers Bank building, S.W.
Joe Johnson of Byrdstown was here Monday on business.
Try a bottle of genuine Coca Cola at R.S. Oakley's.
Herschel Smith and his sister, Hallie, are visiting at Nettle Carrier.
Miss Hester Smith, of Crawford, spent a few days in town with relatives.
Postmaster D.O. Beaty, of Jamestown, was in Livingston on business
Lena Sevier went to Clay County Saturday where she began teaching
A girl baby is reported at the home of Luther Qualls in Rickman.
A girl at the home of Dave Smith in Livingston last week and one
at the home of Charlie Broyles Monday. Also a boy at the home of
Will Newberry at Nettle Carrier Monday.
Brevis Armstrong and family, of Texas, are visiting his sister,
Mrs. Will Snow Windle at Monroe.
Gaskill Webb is reported quite sick.
Judge Roberts held Chancery court at Celina this week.
Prospects are splended for a big crop.
Automobiles will be within the reach of the average farmer in a
few years. Let us all pull for good roads.
Miss Willie Smith went to her school on West Fork last of the week.
J.M. Copeland and wife, of Nettle Carrier, visited their Thomas
in Livingston last week.
For Sale - A pair of good work mules, good size. Terms to suit
purchaser. S.V. Bowden, Livingston
Mrs. Lamb and daughter, Ruth, of Nashville, are the several weeks'
guests of Mrs. Cosby at the dormitory.
Mrs. J.W. Lacy returned to her home in Knoxville last Sunday, after
spending several weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. Floyd McCormick.
Mrs. Scott Cunningham is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.O.
Overton County News
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