Dots From Dubach

The Gazette
August 3, 1904 

Editor Gazette:

As there has not been anything from this place for quite a while I thought I would drop you a few dots.

Times are dull on account of reduction of wages as the saw mill is only running four days in the week.

The planning mill is running on full time.

Crops especially cotton, are very fine.

Mr. C. C. Fuller who has been down with malarial fever since May is still confined to his bed.

Mrs. Stephens and son Willie, have been very sick but we are glad to say that they are improving.

Messrs. W. A. Colvin, Uncle Nick and E. T. Colvin returned a few days ago from St. Louis. They report a fine time at the fair.

W. E. Raney is visiting the Worlds Fair at St. Louis this week.



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