Submitted by Molly Liggin Rankin To the Editor: In 1850, my Grandfather Elijah Tabor moved his family to Shiloh from Winston County, Mississippi. His home, which is pictured below, took two years to build because, he explained, everything had to be done by hand. The two-story log cabin was put together with pegs and is … Continue reading Letter to the Editor
The Gazette October 2, 1901 Mr. Editor: In your last issue of Gazette you gave good advice to the good people of Junction City in regard to the blind tiger, now don't you think that the good people of Farmerville could do the same. Go forth and discharge their duty, assist the court, the officers … Continue reading From Junction City
By: Pearl Harris I've seen a lot of things disappear in my 94+ years - but I think this took me by surprise - Quit teaching "cursive writing". I shudder when I see some students handling pencils - they hold a pencil as if they were going to punch a hole in a bucket. When … Continue reading Well – What’s Next?
The Gazette - 25 Apr 1991 Dear Editor: All across America the "old timers" gather in the local cafes to begin their days. Admittance to these groups is by word-of-mouth and RETIREMENT is the common characteristic. On a recent visit I discovered that Bernice is no different. At The Kitchen last Friday morning I observed … Continue reading Letters to the Editor
Letter to the Editor from Elisha Bolton Tabor - 10 Oct 1974