Pisgah Pickups

The Gazette
September 12, 1900

There’s considerable sickness in this section.

Mrs. Ann Thaxton is very sick and chances of her recovery doubtful.

Mr. John Key has two very sick children.

The son of C. M. Gray fell from a fence and broke his arm on Sept 3rd, but the limb was set O.K. by Dr. Carroll, of Bernice.

Dr. J. L. Dendy lost his only little daughter on Sept. 2nd. Her remains were buried on the 4th inst.

A public road is being opened between Bernice and Gray’s Ford, on Bayou Cornie where a public bridge is being constructed by Mr. Butler of Junction City, Ark.

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