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Alabama Enquirer And Morgan County News
Alabama Enquirer And Morgan County News
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Description: A Special Offer by Britnell; New Comers;
Delegates to the River Convention

Date: January 19 1888

Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL

Source: Madison Co., AL Library

Page/Column: Page 5, Column 3

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I have five building lots in my hands for sale that has been on the market at $200 each can be bought between now and the 15th day of Feb., at $100 each. I of said lots front 66 feet by 201 back one contains 1 ¼ acres, all located in the most desirable part of Hartselle.
J. W. BRITNELL, Agent.
Jan. 17th, 1888.
New Comers
Messrs. R. F. Calaway and family, of Cedar Plains; and R. E. C. Puckett and family, of Danville; Eld. J. E. Lee and family, of Leesdale; Andrew Small and family, and Mr. Shannon and family, of Hanceville; L. D. Almon and family, of Moulton, are recent comers of this place. We extend a cordial welcome to them and hope that we will have many more such comers.
Delegates to the River Convention
His Honor, Dr. J. F. Turney, Mayor of Hartselle, appointed the following named citizens as delegates from Hartselle to The Tennessee River Convention that convened at Decatur Jan. 18 for the purpose of considering the importance of Tennessee river improvements, and memorializing Congress; J. C. Orr, J. A. Rountree, A. A. Oden, M. K. Mahan and E. J. Oden.


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