November 7, 1900
One evening last week the people of this place were badly frightened when they saw one of Mr. E. G. Carroll’s girls coming up the railroad screaming. The horse which they (two girls and a little boy) had been driving to school became frightened that evening and ran the buggy against a stump and all three of the occupants were thrown out. Some of them were pretty badly hurt, but they have about recovered now.
Mr. F. M. Carroll and his daughter, Mrs. V. A. Roper, left for the latter’s home in Texas a few days since.
For some cause not fully understood publicly the Kinard Planing Mill at this place is shut down.