The Grayson Tribune April 6, 1904   
Olive Hill.  The Tribune.  E.J. Wallace sold a lot on Main Street to W.A. Large.
     The Olive Hill Fire Brick Company will construct twenty residences this spring to make room for more employees.

     A.J. Stamper will close out his store and give attention to timber and banking.
     Judge Erwin is building a small business house on the corner of Main and Scott streets.
     Judge Brooks and County Attorney Lusby are playing havoc with the whisky people. 
     A number of warrants have been issued for selling and giving whisky.

     The official report gives 28 new postoffices in Beckham county.

     Calvin Erwin is now at work securing subscribers for telephones.

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