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The Alabama Enquirer
The Alabama Enquirer
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Description: This Week's News
Danville Locals;
Somerville Items

Date: December 25 1890

Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 3, Columns 2 - 3

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Gathered from every Source and
Condensed for the Busy Public
John S. Britnell with his fair young wife has moved to town and will reside here in the future.

M. J. Smith and T. B. Potter are the delegates to the County Alliance from Piney Grove Alliance.

The young people had a delightful social party at the residence of Dr. W. A. Barclift Tuesday night.

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W. B. Dutton, of Somerville, is prepared to do all work that is necessary in fixing watches and clocks. He respectfully solicits patronage and guarantees satisfaction.

Mr. John Witt a highly respected Christian gentleman died at his home near Walnut Grove Monday Dec. 22nd at 5 o’clock a.m. after long suffering with paralysis. He was a prominent member of the Methodist church, a good school teacher, a kind husband and loving father. His death was much regretted by his large circle of friends all over the county. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss. He was buried in the presence of a large number of friends at Walnut Grove Tuesday the 23rd. We extend our sympathies to the bereaved family.
Mr. Walter Wiggins made a business trip to Decatur last week.

Mr. Henry Lile of Trinity was in town last week on “business.”

Mr. A. S. Brown of Birmingham was in town last week on business.

Mr. T. M. Cox visited Hartselle on “business” last week.

Profs. J. C. Twidwell and W. E. Cox paid Decatur a business trip Saturday.

Mr. J. M. Simpson and lady visited friends at Hartselle last week.

Mr. Wm. Baker returned last week from Birmingham where he had been for several weeks visiting friends.

Miss Louise Lile one of Trinity’s fair daughters visited Miss Emma Orr last week.

Mr. C. C. Cox has moved his family to town to send his children to school.

W. E. Cox and George Hardwick visited Hartselle Monday.

Mr. Drew Mitchell of Flint visited relatives in town this week.

Hon. M. V. Henry of Birmingham is visiting friends in and near town.

A delightful social was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Orr one night last week.
Marriage license were issued out of the Probate Judge’s office Friday to A. A. Childers to Miss Willie Barber.

The young people enjoyed a delightful “Apron Party” at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler Friday night.

Messrs. D. W. Day and I. J. Kent of Hartselle were in town Friday looking after the telephone line.

Submitted: 12/28/18

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