June 13, 1910: Martha Cox left Saturday morning on the stage for old Mexico. She took her grandchild. little May Bunker, who she bought out of Mexico with her when she came down.

Orange and Ira J Earl came over (to Overton) from Bunkerville. The former returned Monday with a load of salt and the latter went to work for N.L. Larson on the Cox Ranch.

June 14, 1911: For the past week we have been having extremely warm weather, the thermometer registering between 108 to 114 yesterday we had a little thunder shower which cooled the air.

June 17, 1910: Vie Hancock came in from Moapa this morning bringing with him a motorcycle and has caused quite a little excitement spinning around our walks and the young ones following him.

June 17, 1911, Las Vegas: In this city Tuesday 13th 1911, Matthew D. Rees, aged 41 to Josephine Jensen, aged 34, Judge H.M. Lillius officiating. Mr. Rees is a resident of Mesquite, from which place the bride also comes. Mr. Rees has for some time been shift boss at the Potosi mine and will return there after the honeymoon spent at Mesquite. the bride is very popular and will be much missed by the people of Mesquite.

June 17, 1911, Overton: A threshing machine from mesquite, is threshing grain in the upper end of the valley. A casting was broken few days ago and the men have been waiting for extras which are expected here by train today.

June 18, 1909: Last night a reception was held in honor of the newly married couple Oliver Sprague and Betsy Leavitt, at the home of the bride’s parents. All who attended reported having a good time.