September 23, 1915 to September 29, 1915
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Stephen Myers, of Windle, fell 12 ft. from a scaffold Monday and
was considerably bruised up.
Mrs. Albert Mitchell is home from Nashville, where she went to
have her tonsils removed.
Joe Almanrode, who owns the old Dock Myers place on the hill south
of town, is having the residence repaired and will move here from
the mountain near Oak Grove.
Miss Cook took the Camp Fire girls on a hike to the millpond Friday
Mr. Huddleston, of the Academy, is able to go to work again.
Miss Beulah Murphy, of Hilham, was here last Friday night, the
guest of Mrs. J.T. Landsten.
J.G. Sims has returned to Chicago to resume his law course after
his vacation with his parents in Monroe.
Quarterly Court next Monday will bring a lot of people to town.
The diptheria seems to be about over.
Misses Dora Masters, Annie Coffman and Kate Cook, of Hilham, left
Sunday for an extended visit in Texas.
Health is reasonably good in Crawford, except a few cases of diptheria
Tim Rogers died of typhoid fever a few days ago and was taken to
Allardt for burial.
The latest dispatches from the war zone indicate that the Germans
are suffering great losses from the allies.
Last Saturday the senior class at the Academy accompanied by Miss
Ellis, Miss Hayes, and Prof. Wilhite went on a picnic. They left
early in the morning and returned early the next morning.
Burr Smith was at Algood on business Monday.
W.H. Dillon is building an addition to his residence.
The old Ox & Read brand of fertilizer, 12 per cent Acid Phosphate,
$14.70 per ton. A.J. Mofield
Blanche, the little daughter of H.C. Draper, died Tuesday of fever
at their home near Gainesboro.
W.A. Willeford was up from the 1st district last Thursday on business.
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