The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas) 12 February 1911 Edition
Cox ' of bÂ« Lowe Mrs. T. E. Goolsbee and son of Sour Lake came up In an auto Saturday. remained over here with other relatives until Sunday evening. Dr. M. Swearlngen and wife of Island spent the time between trains Sunday with his father, C. W. Swearln- gen, and other relatives, Mrs. A. W. Smith, accompanied her brother. Babe Moy, and sister, Mrs. Goolsbee, to Warren Sunday, where spent the night with Mrs. W. J. bee. J. L. Klrby of Silsbee was here Saturday, returning on the evening train, accompanied by his wife's grandmother, Mrs. Goolsbee, who wilt make her with them for a time.