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Day: November 4, 2018

Mask v. LNO & Texas Railroad

On March 2, 1885, Hamilton T. Mask purchased a ticket at Memphis from the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas Railroad Company to Lula which was a regular station on the line.   He took passage on the first train to Lula with J.G. Haynes.  Both Mask and Haynes were farmers in Coahoma County.  Mask had… Read More ›

J. W. Hall & Company

This restaurant has a new owner since Blues Fest. He is just getting going and changes his menu up. Sometimes there is fresh soup and other days, loaded baked potatoes. I had the catfish plate which included catfish, slaw, and fries. It is a very unique place located on Cherry Street in downtown Helena. Mainly… Read More ›

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