Extractions from old newspaper Parts of Digging Up The Past January, 2005
Mr. M. R.
Land, of Ararat, will leave in a few days to make his home in the "lone
F. Johnson has opened up a regular hotel in
TO THE PUBLIC - For a length of time there will be no dinners at the Miller Hotel. We are prepared to take only transit customers.
Born unto Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Knighton, of
Mr. J. W.
Wimberley and family, of
Mr. R. H.
Because a fellow acts the fool is no sign he is crazy.
L. Tillman was born
Mr. R. H. Carney died on the 28th day of August, 1895. He was a member of Delta Lodge # 189 F. & A. M.
We notice several familiar names among the jurors, and when they draw their pay we want an introduction to Mr. Dollar.
Commissioners appointed Mr. D. C. Williamson, of Isney, as
Dr. Davis made old snags and rotten teeth rattle from the jaw bones of several citizens here yesterday, all of whom testify in his behalf.
Rev. O. B. Carlisle, of Melvin, paid this office a visit last Saturday.
Two herds of cattle were driven through town this week.
Married at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. C. Wright, by Hon. C. C. McCall, Probate Judge, on the 24th, Mr. S. L. Morgan, of Hopewell and Miss Susan E. Wright.
Mr. T. A. Littlepage has leased the warehouse and landing at Tuscahoma.
Mr. W. D. Wilcox is putting a new roof on the residence of Mr. G. B. Bush, and making other necessary repairs.
seven year old son of Mr. A. J. Boney, died at his father's home near Lusk, on
Just try a ten cent box of cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made.
Jackson and Breitling, lessees of the Meridian & Tuscahoma Telephone line
are putting the same in first class order. The line is now in working order
from Tuscahoma to
When self-righteousness gets up in the night to pray nobody can sleep.
Says the Chicago News -" Everyone will be sorry to hear that General Weyler's horse was shot. If only the bullet had gone a trifle higher the poor animal might have been saved."
Mrs. W. I.