East Side (Paragould) Notes

1909

TRANSCRIBED BY : TINA EASLEY

tina@grnco.net

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FROM THE WEEKLY SOLIPHONE

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Jan. 30, 1909 - FRIDAY

FLOSSIE MOUNCE , REPORTER

MASTER ROY TYNER OF EAST LAKE IS QUITE SICK .

MRS. J.P. HOPKINS OF EAST GARLAND RETURNED THURSDAY MORNING FROM BLUFF.

MRS. B.D. BUCHANAN OF EAST EMERSON IS STILL IN A VERY CRITICAL CONDITION.

TOM PRITCHARD OF EAST JUNCTION AND BOB GREENE OF EAST GARLAND SPENT TUESDAY IN CARDWELL ON BUSINESS.

TOM PRITCHARD LEFT YESTERDAY MORNING FOR POINTS SOUTH ON THE COTTON BELT IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEKIN STAVE COMPANY.

WILL DELONG CAME IN WEDNESDAY NIGHT FROM OKLAHOMA . HE WILL BE HERE SEVERAL DAYS VISITING HIS FAMILY ON EAST GARLAND.

MESDAMES HART , DOCHE AND EASTMAN SPENT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT THE HOME OF MRS. DUDOLPH HASLEY , WHO RESIDES A SHORT DISTANCE NORTHEAST OF TOWN . THE AFTERNOON WAS GREATLY ENJOYED BY ALL.

THE INFANT OF MR. AND MRS. BAXTER BEAUCHAMP OF BATESVILLE IS SERIOUSLY ILL AND EXPECTED TO RECOVER. MR AND MRS. BEAUCHAMP FORMERLY LIVED IN PARAGOULD AND HAVE THE SINCERE SYMPATHY OF THEIR FRIENDS AT THIS PLACE.

HENRY WELLING , OF NORTH FIFTH AVE . IS SUFFERING WITH SORE EYES CAUSED BY THE FLYING DUST FROM ONE OF THE SAWS AT WRAPE'S FACTORY . HE HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO BE AT HIS WORK FOR MORE THAN A WEEK AND DURING HIS ABSENCE HIS PLACE IS BEING FILLED BY GEO. McNEIL OF EAST JUNCTION STREET.

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