June 5, 1926 Little River News Article
SEVERAL YEARS AGO
June 8th, 1912
At a meeting of the stockholders of the Little River County Bank the following officers and directors were elected: J.T. Cowling, president; J.H. Wallace, Vice-President; Lon T. Jones, Cashier; J.L. Martin and Clifford Locke, Assistant Cashiers.
The Carey Davenport saw mill at Red Bluff was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. The mill will not be rebuilt.
J.R. Bowles left last week for Jena, La., where he will have charge of a large lumber concern. Mr. Bowles is a first class lumber man and will be able to deliver the goods.
Dr. W.W. York has purchased a new automobile. It arrived Tuesday and the doctor drove it about town like an old hand. The machine is a Ford model.
The water was turned on Tuesday for the first time in the mains of the new system. We will have plenty of good water now.
Contract has been let for graveling the street from the Little River County Bank to the Price Hotel
Call for your bread checks at the New England Bakery, 27 loaves for $1.00.
Miss Majel Quinn and Roscoe Wood have returned from Fayetteville where they have been attending the University of Arkansas.
O.D. Turner, G.A. Orton and C.N. Thill spent Wednesday and Thursday fishing on Little River.