Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Silvey were in
town on Wednesday and Thursday last.
Hon. Jacob Love,
of Maries county, was in town on Tuesday last.
Mr. Jos. Bertaux
and wife left for Pittsburg last Monday
MacBarron of Dixon, Mo., is in town visiting
Misses Fannie H. and Laura B. Bowman of St.
James were in Rolla this week on a visit.
will probably speak at the Court House on Thursday evening next.
acknowledge a call from Rev. B. W. Hudgens on Monday
last, as also Mr. Thos. H. Green.
The School of Mines
opens on Monday, September 13th, Monday week. Reports from
Prof. Cox are flattering as to increased
Mrs. Dr. Storts has gone to Emilnence,
Mo., on a visit to her son, Jeff. We expect to see the Dr. doubly
affable to the fair sex during his wife’s absence.
Roberts, requests us to state that he is not a candidate for
representative on the Greenback ticket, but that he is going to do all he
can to elect the man who is nominated by that party.
(Source: Rolla New
Era Newspaper Sep. 4, 1880. Submitted by L. Rodriguez)
Mr. Pease is to take charge of the St.
James Hotel about the 15th inst.
Georgie Young who has
been in the store of Sutton & Young leaves for St. Louis to night to
attend school. Georgie has mad a host of warm friends by his manly
and upright course and they will miss him.
(Source: Rolla New Era
Newspaper Sep. 4, 1880. Submitted by L. Rodriguez)
and Mrs. C.B. Binion attended the funeral of Lieut. Lowell Wasson at Nixa
Source: The Monett Times, Monett, MO., May 20, 1921
is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. I.M. Cook and family of
Source: The Taney Republican, Forsyth, MO, Jan. 20,