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The Fayette Chronicle
Friday, July 17, 1908

Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Briggs were in Rodney Monday and Tuesday.

Messrs. W. E. Faloon and Robt. Oakman were in town Wednesday.

Mrs. R. T. Liddell and Miss Carrie Campbell are visiting relatives at Utica.

Mr. A. J. Sanders of Red Lick was in town Monday and called at our office.

Mr. T. R. Shields of Church Hill was here at the farmerís institute Wednesday.

Miss Jennie Darden of Birmingham, Ala. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Killingsworth.

Miss Mabel Levy of New Orleans is the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. B. Straas.

Rev. E. M. Stewart and wife left Tuesday morning for a visit to relatives at Crystal Springs.

Little Miss Cecile Fleming of Natchez is the charming guest of Miss Lora Maye Schober.

Misses Hannabel and Hazel Harper left Tuesday morning for a visit to relatives in Fort Worth, Texas.

Mr. H. R. Ihrie of Vicksburg was here Monday on his way to look after his property interests in this county.

Mr. D. R. Fulton, one of the progressive farmers from near Harriston, attended the farmerís institure here Wednesday.

Mr. Lee Pritchard and little son, Horace, of Union Church, were agreeable callers at our office while in Fayette yesterday.

Rev. E. M. Stewart has again tendered his resignation as Pastor of the Fayette and Pine Ridge Presbyterian churches, effective September 1st.  Mr. Stewart has decided to accept work at LaFayette, La., and to that end will give up his work here.  The congregations of the two churches which he has served so faithfully and so satisfactorily will regret exceedingly to give him up, but we presume that he cannot be prevailed upon to remain again.

Rev. Jno. A. Held, of Natchez, assisted by Rev. D. I. Purser, Jr., will hold a meeting at the Fayette M. E. Church, beginning next Monday, July 20th.  Both are Baptist ministers, and we understand that an organization of that denomination will be effected here. The public is invited to attend all these services.

For SaleóFour thoroughbred Scotch Collie Puppies; all males and beauties; $5.00 each. Write L. B. Johnson, Harriston, Miss.

For rentónew house, recently built by C. D. Culley, on North Main Street.  Terms $12.50 per month. Apply to A. L. McBride, Harriston, Miss.

 

Contributed by Annette Bowen

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