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Archives 02-17-2010


~ Local Happenings ~

Tuition 75 cents to $2 per month. Board $5 per month. Business, Normal and Academic Courses. Instrumental and Vocal Music. Can you afford to remain at home when $70 pays all expenses for 10 months? Thorough and competent experienced teachers. Write to Professor L.C. Wilkerson, Principal of Good Hope Institute, Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee.

Officer & Roberts
Office in Courthouse.
Livingston, Tenn.

Mount Pleasant Location for Summer Boarders. Table Supplied with Best Market Affords. Algood hack arrives at 11:30 a.m. and leaves The House at 2 p.m. A.L. Dale, Proprietor.

Hood’s Pills aids digestion 25 cents.

Thomas and Job Carlock were in town Monday attending the funeral of their brother W.B. Carlock.

About three miles from town, Mr. James Sales and Miss Ella Eldridge were married.

Misses Florence and Hallie Windle are at the Centennial this week.

Mrs. Willis Myers and children, of Netherlands, are in Livingston.

The Nashville and Knoxville Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets every Tuesday during Centennial at Nashville until further notice for low round trip fare. Good for seven days from date of sale.

Those wounded in the shooting affair near Byrdstown are said to be improving rapidly.

Collections a Specialty.

Mrs. Sherman Smith’s funeral was scheduled to be preached today, but was not on account of sickness.

The funeral of Caroline Price, wife of John H. Price, will be preached at Grecar’s school home.

Dance at Park Hotel Wednesday evening.

S.J. and W.C. Deck, with their families, visited at Porter Bilbrey’s last Saturday.

Social at Court House Friday evening until the dead hours of the night.

Mrs. Minnie Daughtery, who has been visiting at Cookeville for several months, is at home again.

A lively discussion arose at the Institute over the statement of Dr. Capps, who said there was but one tense, the present. He held that tense related to time past was not time because it was gone, and that the future was not time because we did not know it would ever be. Several students agreed with him.

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