1891 Events Newspaper
Transcribed by : Tina Easley
Crowley's Ridge Branch I.M. Ry.
Local, Mixed Train No. 104 - 3:45 p.m.
St.Louis & Memphis, Ex. ...11:31 p.m.
Local No. 104 .... 7:23 a.m.
St. Louis & Memphis Ex.... 4:24 a.m.
C.H. Telle, Agent
Dry, Dry and Dusty. Very dry and dusty.
Bishop ford, of Gentry, is off for Texas this week.
H.F. Glasscock and family are spending the week at the Commercial Hotel.
The little child of Mrs. Della McElfrish died Wednesday at the Commercial Hotel.
John Douglass is now a citizen of Gainesville, occupying the M.L. Wood property.
J.W. Newberry and family, Don Byers and family, and his mother, Mrs. J.R. Snodgrass, left on Thursday evening's local for Cisco, Texas.
Dr. H. McC. Webb leaves today for Philadelphia, Pa. to spend the fall and winter attending the medical institutes on specialties of his profession.
S.J. Crawford, formerly of the firm of Crawford & Weatherly, has left us for good; at least he has taken up his bed and board at Paragould, with the Crawford bros. Jack, we are sorry for you, for we know you cannot hollow as of old, in old Gainesville.
Messrs, J.E. Haines, C.L. Kennard, J.O. Kennard, C.O. Halm, J.W. Baker, H.Eighme, W.B. Bird and John Rice, all Encampment members of the I.O. O. F. of Jonesboro, visited Gainesville and assisted J.R. Snodgrass in organizing Liberty Encampment No. 20, with 24 charter members present.