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Description: PersonalsDate: February 2 1888
Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL
Source: Madison Co., AL Library
Page/Column: Page 5, Column 1
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Capt. E. J. Oden is on a business trip to Arkansas.
Mr. F. E. Perkins of Decatur was in town Saturday on business.
Maj. B. F. Bean and his excellent wife, of Priceville, were in town Saturday.
Mr. J. Hager and his excellent family leave moved to Hartselle. We welcome them.
Prof. J. W. Henry and wife, of Montgomery, visited their relatives in town this week.
Wesley Chunn, a polite young man, was in town Saturday and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mr. Wm. Durand, a prominent citizen of our town, called to see us and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mike Maples, a clever citizen of Mt. Tabor, was in town this week and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mr. R. H. Yeager, an energetic farmer, called to see us Tuesday and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Dr. D. M. Winton, a prominent young physician of Woodland Mills, was in town Saturday on business.
A. J. Sarter, a prominent young farmer or Mt. Tabor, was in town Saturday and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mr. Edward Yeager, an excellent young farmer, was in town this week and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mr. J. R. Stephenson, a good citizen from near Danville, called to see us Saturday and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Miss Florence Thompson, on of Hartselle’s most amiable young ladies, returned Wednesday from a brief visit to relatives at Mars Hill.
Mr. D. M. Crow one of Morgan County’s highly respected and prosperous citizens called to see us Friday and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mr. V. P. Wilson, a prominent liveryman of Decatur, was in town Tuesday and purchased the James Bradley residence and will move his family her soon. We extend a cordial welcome.
Mr. J. H. Thompson, of Forestburg, Monteague County, Texas, subscribed for the ENQUIRER, this week. Mr. Thompson is a native of Morgan County and he wants the news from his old home.
Mrs. Romie Jones and Miss Dede Larrimore, of near Florence, in company with Messrs. James and Miller Thompson, after a short visit to relatives at this place returned home last Saturday.
Mr. P. J. Hutcherson, a good citizen of Moulton, was in town last Saturday and purchased the Speaks hotel, which he will open in a few weeks. Himself and family will be quite an acquisition to our town.
Mr. A. G. Puckett, a prominent young man of Danville, has moved to Hartselle and will make this his future home. He is a member of the enterprising firm of R. T. Puckett & Co. We are glad to note his coming.
Mr. W. A. McAneer one of the leading farmers of Blue Springs called to see us Friday and renewed his subscription and subscribed for the Enquirer for his brother-in-law Mr. Thomas Wade of Linneus Linn County, Mo.