September 16 - 22, 1933
70 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Dr. W.M. Breeding moved his office Wednesday from the second floor
of the B&O Drug Company building on Church, next door to the office
of Attorney E.D. White, which was occupied by Jack Johnson's Barber
Shop and vacated several months ago.
Stop hoarding - there is no longer any reason for it. Be an optimist
- and act as you preach. The sun of prosperity is chasing the clouds
Henry Sells is sick.
Subscriptions for Nashville Banner - one year, daily $2.
School is progressing nicely in Allons with large attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Cole and son, Erie, and Lloyd Cole, Mr. and Mrs.
Chad Garrett, Ora Mai Barlow, Josie Hunter, Leo Buck, and Vernon
Little attended the State Fair.
The supply of hogs will not meet the demand for the next several
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Taylor and son, Edward, spent Sunday in Taylorsville,
Charley Verble and family visited Mrs. Verble's mother, Mrs. Delia
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Upchurch has been quite
sick but is improving.
Mrs. James C. Dodd is spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. J.G. Harper attended the funeral of her brother at Indian
Mrs. Tina Chowning, of Ozone, is slowly improving.
Caney Richardson seems to be slowly wearing out.
Mrs. Hamp Spicer is no better.
Fred Fleming, of Rickman, has returned from the Chicago World's
Mr. Deck and family, of Copeland Cove, visited Mr. Deck's sister,
Mrs. Oscar Cobble, Sunday.
Automobile plants are located in 41 states.
Troy Murphy and family have moved to near Lovejoy.
Walter Lynn, of Livingston, R.3, lost a horse last week.
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