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Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL
Source: Madison Co., AL Library
Page/Column: Page 5, Column 1
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Hon. W. T. L. Cofer, Of Cullman, was in town Tuesday.
Hon. Wm. E. Skeggs was in town Tuesday enroute to Decatur.
Mr. David Kent called to see us this week and subscribed for the Enquirer.
Messrs. S. T. Wert and John S. Talbott, of Decatur, were in town this week.
Mr. Daniel S. Boger of near Moulton is visiting his brother W. W. Boger of this place.
Mr. O. M. Pa__h a highly respected citizen of Somerville subscribed for the ENQUIRER this week.
Mr. A. J. Sartor, Sr., a good citizen of Mt. Tabor was in town last week and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Mr. WM. Outlaw an energetic citizen of Mt. Tabor called to see us last week and subscribed for the ENQUIRER.
Miss Maud Binford, a charming young lady at Somerville, entered school at the Hartselle College last Monday.
Rev. B. Sheets one of Cedar Plains most substantial citizens was in town last week and subscribed for the Enquirer.
Mr. John J. Mays, a clever young man of Fort Bluff, Ala., was in town Tuesday and subscribed for the Enquirer.
Mr. Thomas Breedlove one of the best farmers of the Danville community was in town Tuesday and subscribed for ENQUIRER.
Mr. L. D. Gibson a prominent young man of Flint gave us a call last Saturday and renewed this subscription to the Enquirer.
Mr. C. C. Cox an energetic farmer of Danville was in town and subscribed for the ENQUIRER for his brother Mr. S. B. Cox at Wealder, Gonzales Co., Texas.
Mr. Wm. Morris, who has been engaged at the Grange Store for some time, called to see us last week and renewed his subscription to the ENQUIRER.
Mr. Edward Fennel, formerly of this county, but now of Jericho, Ark., after a delightful visit to relatives has returned to his home before leaving he subscribed for the Enquired. We are glad to note that Mr. Fennel is one of the leading merchants of his section.
Mr. A. M. Lee, of Furman, Ala., accompanied by his family has moved to Hartselle. Mr. Lee comes highly recommended as a good reliable business man and will open very soon a first-class family grocery in J. F. Parker’s house. We extend a cordial welcome to him and family.
Read Rob’t Sebotka’s notice in this issue.
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J. O. Burleson has 35 good milch cows for sale.
One thousand bushels of oats for sale at W. V. Echols.
J. O. Burleson will pay cash for young mules and cattle.