The Carlisle Mercury, Thursday, June 27th 1912
Miss Taul, of Montgomery county is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Coons.
The Moorefield Oil and Gas Co. is the style of our newest corporation.
Miss Ellen Hardin is at home from Cleveland, Tenn. Where she has been in the
Mrs. C. H. Thompson and daughter are visiting on Cassiday this week
Miss Lida Belle McCray is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. F. Stone, in
The Sunday School went on their annual fishing trip last Saturday.
Children's Day exercises at the Union church the 5th Sunday..
Revs. Humphries and Harris are holding a protracted meeting at Pisgah
Robert Blount and wife sold to Mrs. J. E. Whaley 8 acres of land near the
Christian church at $125. Per acre.
Misses Edna Irvin and Lee Etta Myers spent Sunday with relatives in Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Tapp of Locust Grove spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell near here.
The blue grass crop is all gathered, Henry Bros gathered between 3 and 4
Oscar Conyers and family spent Sunday with Dr. Ockerman
Wm Crump had the misfortune to get his nice young mare's leg broken last
MissEllie Moore of Carlisle, spent Sunday with George Logan and wife.
H. D. Higging and wife of Lexington are spending a few weeks with folks.
Miss Elizabeth Lawless of Carlisle, spent Saturday and Sunday with the
family of J. T. Ockerman.
Joe Ockerman and family of East Union, spent Sunday with James Ockerman and
Mrs. Forrest Dalzell spent Sunday with her parents, Wm. Owings and wife.
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