November 8, 1905
Miss Alma Crowell has gone to school at Conway, Ark.
Mr. W. S. Pickens has gone to Indian Territory looking for a location.
Mr. J. A. Carroll has bought the Pickens place and expects to move to town.
Jesse Pryor is pulling teeth in this vicinity.
Miss Helen Cobb returns to Blue Mountain College as soon as quarantine is off.
The Everett Bros. recently burned a kiln containing more than 60,000 bricks.
The Burnside family, from Arkansas, have moved to Spearsville, and are located at the the “Central”.
The Rev. Lamuel Burnside is serving four churches in this vicinity.
Mr. John Cobb is having a kitchen and bathroom built in the rear of his residence.
We think we hear the first jingle of wedding bells in the distance.
Dr. Dudley returns to New Orleans early in November to finish his medical course at Tulane. The doctor has made many friends while practicing among us.
Miss Zollie Rabun, of Colson, La., and Miss Cuba Terry, of Point, La., are two of the last pupils to enter Everett Institute.
The boys of the school are laying out a tennis court on the campus. They think it will be more fun to have the professor teach them to play tennis than to extract the cube root. When they know how to play they would like to try conclusions with the Farmerville expets.
Lost — The Spearsville Croquet club — no reward offered, as we are confident it will be found.