Horace Speck has rented J. W. Arnold’s residence in East Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McBee and children of Knoxville, are visiting Mrs. J. A. M. White.
Roy Hugh Upton is in Lady Ann hospital for treatment.
Misses Anna and Juanita Walthall of Cincinnatti, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walthall of Monroe.
Mrs. Billy Howard and daughter and Miss Ann Potter of Crossville, attended the commencement excercise here Tuesday night.
Misses Ostie and Minnie Taylor visited their brother, Frank Taylor and
Eddison Smith has accepted a position with the oil refinery.
Jeanetta Mitchell is reported ill.
Senator Albert Roberts has gone to Nashville, to operate a cold drink stand in the Memorial Building.
Charlie Barnes was in Crossville last week.
When You Feel Sluggish
Take a dose or two of Black-Draught. Feel fresh for a good day’s work.
Work seems easier, life pleasenter, when you are really well–free from the bad feelings and dullness often attending constipation.
For nearly a century, Black-Draught has helped to bring prompt, refreshing relief from constipation.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gore were in Cookeville Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Poor were in Byrdstown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith were in Nashville last week-end to attend the
Future Farmers meeting.
Mrs. Snodgrass of Crossville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Taylor here.
Miss Mary Roberts who has been visiting in Battle Creek, Michigan has returned to her home at Eagle Creek.
Mr. J. A. Oakley and Sarah Jane Oakley attended the Bible convention at Alpine Saturday.
Jessie Nell Fleming visited friends her over the week-end.
Codice Vaughn of Bethlehem is visiting Mrs. Thurman Averitte this week.
Clyde Yory and Guy Smith of Knoxville spent the week-end with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thomas of Bowling Green, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Long.
Overton County News
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