February 22, 1911 — Rileyville is still in need of a good doctor — in plain words, a resident- physician — one who will come and make his home here. What we want is a jolly good doctor — one who will come and be one of us, pat us on the back and prove to us that life is still worth while.
James Nelson Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hill, departed this life Thursday, Feb. 16, 1911, aged 13 days.
The Mountain View School entertainment has been postponed till some time in March, owing to sickness among the pupils.
Mr. I.H. Gochenour has just received a car load of fine white corn, from Ohio, which is now on sale at his mill on Jeremy’s Run.
Mr. James B. Good is preparing to build a dwelling house at his place in Rileyville. When finished it promises to be thefinesthouseonWater Street.
Prof. John H. Booton, of your city, was in Rileyville on business Saturday. Our public school is getting along nicely.
Mr. Fred Huffman is breaking ground for a big corn crop.
Mr. John Sours Jr., who has been at work in Kentucky since before the Christmas holidays, has returned home. John says it’s “not all gold that glitters” in old Kentuck.
Miss Bessie Walter has returned to her home near Compton, from a visit to relatives in Warren.
~ From the public archives of the Page News and Courier