JT Chastain passed away 1931

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JT Chastain passed away 1931 - DON'T FORGET THE FAIR The Commercial Club has...
DON'T FORGET THE FAIR The Commercial Club has decided,to hold another Home "Products Fair this year. The Fair has been called off'the last two years on account of the droughts; however, this year, with prospects of good crops, this should be the best Fair ever held. The merchants merchants of Gentry are going to a good deal of expense and.trbuble in putting on this Fair, vand all they ask of th<Tfarmers of this section section is to cooperate and bring in their products; products; so let's begin now planning to make this the biggest fair of all time.. Fred Mills says he vvants the Fair Management to have a saddle pony contest again this year; < Fred is pretty high on his saddle pony. Come on, boys, and see if you can beat him. ANOTHER PIONEER GONE , , Mr. J. T. Chastain, of Fairmount District, died last week. Mr. Chastain was well known and respected over this entire section, as was shown by the large number of friends that attended the funeral.' He was one of the remaining remaining old settlers who have developed this country. The Fairmount section, in which he lived, is made up of an industrious and f inje group of citizens, They are to be congratulated congratulated on the splendid shape they keep the Fairmount cemetery, in which Mr. Chastain Chastain was buried. . , • ( ATTENTION, GRAPE GROWERS The grape growers are planning .to ship In carload lot$. this year. For particulars see Ray Scroggins. «*Tom. WANTED—To buy a young calf to put ' with cow.—Chas. W. Gann, Route five. FOR SALE—Good Jersey, milk cow.-rG. II, Bpwers, Phone 8Q6F32. "6 » ' ''' " ''' '"" .mmm. mil ...in i . ..... in..., i ,.i. L , . ii, |>, . i .I,,, n | | , _^. W, D. .Dellinger has some good country hams for sale. , '' WANTED—Farm for rent on shares with everything furnished. See Edgar Brown, Route one, Phone 890F13.- J. N. Edwards, who has bought the Sanders place 'njear Gentry, wants to buy some stove wood and some post timber. FOR SALE—One real good milk 1 Barney Douglas, Highfill. ^Rabbits for sale or will trade for $W$i^jiti: -r'W. E. Stancil, 2 miles north of (Sentry old Beckwith place. * r

Clipped from The Journal-Advance13 Aug 1931, ThuPage 3

The Journal-Advance (Gentry, Arkansas)13 Aug 1931, ThuPage 3
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