May 27, 1903
Everything is flourishing — even the grass in the cotton patches.
The saw mill and planer are doing a fine business. The planer is running 13 1/2 hours out of 24 for four days in the week and 14 hours a day the remainder of the week.
We have had plenty of rain, and crops are looking well. Farmers are working with a will that will accomplish something.
The old soldiers have returned from the reunion, and all report a good time.
The health of our town and community is extra good.
What about your railroad? Your last issue was silent on the subject, but I hope it is not another paper read.