THE LIBERTY HERALD
Editor, Will A. Vick
May 8, 1895
Program for the Liberty Epworth League Wednesday evening, May 15, 1895. Singing; Prayer & Scripture-T.A. Carden; [Q & A's]-Miss Mattie Lamberson, Miss Pearl Squires, Miss Aarah Campbell, Miss Zella Vick, Miss Forest Squires, Miss Virgil Overall, Miss Lola Robinson, Miss Sallie Fite, Miss Nannie Taylor and Miss Nettie Youngblood.
Miss Mattie Griffith went to Dowelltown on a visit Saturday.
Misses Maud and Mary Flippen spent Sunday with their Grandfather Wheeler.
Misses Maggie and Martha Robinson spent Saturday night with relatives at Liberty.
Miss Hassie Walkup spent several days with home folks at Woodbury.
J.E. Henley and wife spent Saturday night at J.W. Groom's.
Miss Eva Patton and John Talley spent a few hours with the Misses Robinson Sunday evening.
Mrs. James Evans came up from Nashville last week to attend the bedside of her sister, Miss Daisy Groom, who does not seem to be any better.
John Midgett and Miss Ellie Cheek were married at the home of the bride last Wednesday.
Rev. J.D.Murray and wife have both been quite ill during the last week.
Mr. H.J. Cardwell, who has been confined to his home on Cardwell Mountain with sickness for several months, is considerably improved.
Mr. P.D. Jones has been confined at home with sickness.
Mr. Cheatham Nunnelly returned last week to Denver, Colo. After a prolonged visit to his parents here.
The trial of W.L. Steakley for the killing of A.P. Griffith last May is set for hearing next Tuesday.
Mr. Walter Baker and his sister, Miss Vallie Baker of Honey Grove, Texas made a visit last week to their aunt, Mrs. Ellen Baker at this place.
Capt. Smith and wife of Champaign, Ill. arrived here yesterday to attend the bedside of Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Warren.
Mike Smith, living a few miles above town, had a fit last Saturday evening while seated in a chair between Grobble's and Hoodenpyle's business houses.
It becomes our painful duty to announce the death of Mrs. Mary Warren, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sullivan, Thursday evening at 3 o'clock, in the 80th year of her age.
Capt. J.H. Curtis left Tuesday for a business to DeKalb county.
Mrs. Dow Terry and daughter, Carrie, left for Texas, where they will make their home.
Mrs. J.C. Gentry of Ai died last Sunday of consumption.
Joe Wright of Dowelltown visited his father-in-law, A.A. Reagan at this place, first of the week.
Dave Patton and Miss Gentry, daughter of Cam Gentry of AL, were married last Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Ann Moore died at the home of John Caruthers, one mile east of town, Tuesday night. She was a niece of the late Diana Gabbert of this place and was 78 years of age.
Mr. & Mrs. Fred White and children left Saturday for their home in Marshall, Minn., after a pleasant visit to Mrs. W.'s parents, Mr. & Mrs. C.H. Whitney, at this place.
Lowry Lewis, the little two year old son of Constable A. Judd, wile playing Wednesday evening of last week, fell and struck his mouth against the floor, causing the blood to flow freely. Physicians were summoned who did all to staunch the flow of blood, but to no avail, on Friday morning the little fellow from the loss of the life-giving fluid, fell asleep to awaken no more.
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Mrs. Sallie Ann Henderson is still on the sick list.
Uncle Thomas Phillips is on the sick list.
P.Y. Hall and son spent Sunday in town.
Constable E.A. Foutch went to Smithville Monday.
Rev. J.B. Fletcher and wife leave this week for Doyle, White county, to spend a week.
Sim Agee and Miss Malone were married Sunday. Quite a large wedding party was in attendance.
Miss Patty Hearn and Mrs. Lucy Hearn of Watertown were here today.
Miss Mattie Bone left Monday for a visit to the city of Evansville, Indiana.
Miss Annie Henley has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Nashville.
James Jones is in Nashville this week.
It will be sad news to the many friends of Bill Reece to learn that he died in Nashville last Friday night.
Rufe Gleason and Charlie Wood went to Nashville Saturday on their wheels, returning Monday.
Ike High and Dave Rowland came over from Buffalo Valley Sunday.
Brice Botts has gone to St. Louis.
D.W. Dinges has gone to Nashville.
Bob Reeves is better today.
Alex Young and John Organ were here last week.
T. Botts has purchased a lot from Dinges and Simpson on High Street.
J.H. Snoddy will leave for Nashville this week.
Miss Lena Armstrong of Statesville was here Monday on a visit.
W.H. Bright and Tom Hughes left for their home at Eagleville, Tennessee last Monday.
Sherman McCaleb's little baby died Monday. It was just two weeks old.
Mrs. Mollie Shurer, Mrs. Etta Goodner, Mrs. Nettie Pendleton, Miss Daisy Odom and Miss Annie Lou Donnell are visiting relatives at Commerce this week.
W.B. Foster was here last Saturday on his return from Nashville.
J.T. Turney is making considerable improvements on his dwelling.
Caesar Thomas, Watertown's hustling liveryman, was here last Saturday.
Miss Nettie Potter of Smithville was visiting relatives here last week.
Judge Irenus Beckwith and J.F. Roy were here on business one day last week.
Wiseman Davis, a good farmer and prominent stockman of the Statesville country, was here one day last week.
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