To Marion County
Hamilton News Press, February 28, 1895
Farmers are sowing oats and clearing ground for
Now is the time to turn over a new leaf and the
farmers of Marion should keep an eye on three cent cotton. Raise
corn and peas, let cotton and guano go, make your own fertilizer and
what you raise will be yours.
The boys around Goldmine are afraid the girls will all
get married and leave them. There is W. H. SELF who informed his
neighbors that he was going to see a dentist and have his teeth
worked on but changed his mind and went to Hamilton after his
papers. Well, we can only hope that his teeth are easy and wish him
and his companion a long and happy life.
REX, Goldmine, Feb. 25