October 7, 1915 to October 13, 1915
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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John Cole, of Jay Bird, visited relatives in Livingston Sunday.
Miss Martha Reeser spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks in
Miss Alice Clark is recovering from a case of typhoid fever.
Every week brings new students to L.A. Hobert Walker, Thomas Speck,
Uldeane Zachary have enrolled this week.
"Doc" Bilbrey spent Sunday with homefolks, down on the
We had a very heavy frost Oct. 9th.
Hearn & Grissom
WILL BE IN LIVINGSTON
SATURDAY, OCT. 16
TO BUY MULES.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Garrett, of Alabama, are visiting relatives
Miss Clara Lacy, of Byrdstown, entered the Academy last week.
Phillip Wheat has bought the Livingston Bottling Works from J.A.
GOLD FISH FREE While they last, two large gold fish and 1 1/2 gallon
bowl absolutely free to every purchaser of a 50¢ bottle of Stutts'
Eas-It. B&O Drug Co.
Miss Jessie Shaw is with home folks in Columbia.
A.S. Frisbe is building a cottage on his lot opposite Sarah Preston's
Mrs. E.G. Draper has returned from Nashville. She reports Mrs.
Walton Draper some better.
Everybody come to the Henard School House Thursday night, Oct.
14 and see the Wild West Cowboy moving pictures. J.W. Birdwell
The Terry Gillentine machine shop has recently added a tire shrinker.
J.G. Webb has moved his meat market and restaurant to the new Keisling
J.G. Eastland has let the contract for the erection of a large
residence on the property he recently bought from the Goodpasture
Mrs. W.H. Winningham has been quite sick for several days.
Overton County News
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