(Transcribed by Vicki Burress Roach)
Preparations were being made yesterday to remove entire the house
occupied by Mr. Jim Lytal across the street and locate it between the
stores of Mr. Jopling and Mr. Tom Rowan to give room to the brick
building to be erected by Mr. G.B. Oliver.
Mr. B.A. Bucy and wife are sojourning at the Iuka Springs.
Miss Luna Rogers left last Saturday for Mary Sharp College,
Winchester, Tennessee, Miss Virda Oliver for Hamilton College,
Lexington, Kentucky, and Messrs. Wesley Pearson, Ed Oliver and Miss
Annie Lou Morgan for Gibson’s School, Rienzi, Mississippi.
Miss Alice McFadden has returned to her home in Henderson and Mr.
George Lewellen to his school in Lexington, Kentucky.
Mr. Bonnie Dillard has bought the Forest House which has been owned
and managed by Mr. B.A. Bucy during the past two years.
Mr. George Taylor of Rienzi visited our city Monday.
Miss Lou Boone is on a visit to Rienzi.
Mrs. D.T. Price attended Presbytery at Corinth this week.
Mr. J.J. Taylor, who has been sick at Rienzi, has gotten well and is
now in the store of Mr. J.R. Moore.
Mr. J.S. Thompson of Marietta made us a call Monday.
Mr. T.E. Miller has bought out the half interest of Mr. Geo. L. Falls
in the Steam Mill.
W.L. Manning was among his friends here last Monday. We are always
glad to see Will whenever he calls.
Mr. W.M. Cox we learn had a good audience at Marietta Saturday, and
made a fine speech.
Little Maggie Newman, is quite sick with typhoid fever. Hope she will
Mrs. Ross and son, Sterling, have returned home after a protracted
stay in Corinth.
Mrs. Sallie Latimer, Misses Aurora Stevenson, and Bessie Richie of
Guntown are visiting in our city.
Rev. L.R. Burress is quite ill at the residence of Mrs. Burge.
Miss Alma Rowan and her little sister Georgia left last Sunday on a
visit to Desota Missouri.
Messrs. J.W. Smith, Albert Bramlitt, T.J. Fugitt, and R.C. Cunningham
were on the exchange list of Booneville Sunday.
Capt. Sadler and family of Marietta, are visiting in town.