~ Local Happenings ~
Mr. James Cash returned from Nashville last week.
Mr. Charles Wheeler was in town last week, mixing with our merchants.
Mr. James Winningham of Monroe was in town last Saturday on business.
Mr. James Keeton was in town last Monday, looking happy. What about? He has a big girl at his house.
Mr. S.D. Barton, our representative, started last Friday to Nashville to attend the extra session of the Legislature.
J.V. Bilbrey of Scott County, who is engaged in the mercantile business with his brother at Bonita, was in town last Thursday.
Owing to the continued illness of Chancellor Judge W.W. Wade, Mr. Walton Smith of Cookeville will hold the courts this coming term.
“Eggs are higher this week,” as the hen remarked when she went a way up the haymow and stole a nest in the darkest corner.
A hop and a skip and a jump we went when old Jim began talking to his fiddle: “Reelin’ and errrockin’. I’m bound to go. Reelin and eerockin’. I’m bound to go. Ladies, fare you well. Swang and change. Reelin and errockin. My head grew disarray, and as I swung Big Sis, I reached my arms ‘round her as far as they could go, and I yelled bring me a piece of chalk. Turn your corner. Swing your partner. Bring me that chalk. I’ve hugged Big Sis half way ‘round. Now I want to hug the other side.”
M.B. Capps M.D.
Office at residence.
Dealers in DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. Always kept constantly on hand. TOILET and FANCY GOODS. GROCERIES and SCHOOL BOOKS. And a general line of fine STATIONARY.
Little grains of quinine,
Little drinks of rye
Make la grippe that’s got you
Drop its hold and fly
This may quickly help you
If you will only try
But don’t forget the quinine
When you take the rye.
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415 West Main Street
P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570