School will be open in Cumby. It will be two or three months yet, but that
will pass quickly. When will the school board have schoolhouse doors hung to
open outward? That is a serious question and one that concerns us all. The
lives of our children depend on it. Do it now.
Miss Zora Lewis was married Sunday to George Stewart by E. R. Dickson. The
bride is the daughter of Tom Lewis, and the groom a young farmer, both of
the Friendship community. The match is a good one.
Notice Given - I have sold my business to D. B. Rippy and I will kindly ask
all who owe me to come in pay me your accounts. I mean you, if you owe me.
Allen L. Blount - Allen has long been in the shoe business here and had a
Billy Dickson has gone to Ballinger to visit his sister.
Guy Morgan of Soper, Okla., was home Tuesday for an hour or two between
A. M. Maloney of Alexander came in yesterday to join his family now visiting
S. D. Greaves.
Mrs. Fred Hull returned Tuesday from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. McDowell, at
Mrs. Walter Cross and children are spending a week with her sister at
O. P. West and wife of Commerce were here Tuesday to attend the funeral of
little Redelium Lindley.
Mrs. Annie Cate and children are in Sulphur Springs this week visiting the
family of her brother, Jack Titus, and friends.
Jimmie Hankins is home from Point to rest and see the folks, and to restore
a pleasant smile to the faces of some of the girls.
Ed Lindley and wife are sad over the loss of their babe that passed away
Sunday. It was spared to them only a few anxious weeks.
The editor has well of good stock water back of Center's blacksmith shop
that is free to the public.
Hon. R. R. Williams, Democratic Bob, is attending the old settlers reunion
at Sulphur Springs and at Mt. Pleasant this week. He is billed for an
address at the latter place.
Will Prather and wife of Fort Worth are visiting the family of John Irons
near Palestine and other friends. Will is still a letter carier and is
getting a good salary and prospering.
Mr. Cothran who lives south of Sulphur Springs lost a fine mule in the wagon
yard here first of the week. A post mortem examination by Dr. Ben Green
showed that the small intestine was twisted.
Mrs. Anna Crain has returned to Lone Oak after a weeks visit with her
sister, Mrs. Alvin Denton.
Miss Allie Rippy is a member of the Shoe Store force and would appreciate a
visit from all her friends.
Miss Edith Williams of Ardmore is here on a visit to her grandmother, Mrs.
P. A. Dickson.
Keeton and Branom shipped a car of fat hogs and cattle to Fort Worth this
week. Curt was not very well and went with the stock for his health.
For Sale - 200 acres, well improved, good house and barn, lots, cistern and
well, plenty wood, abundance of water, 130 acres in cultivation, balance in
pasture. The finest proposition in Hopkins County. $22.50 per acre.
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