The Alabama Enquirer
The Alabama Enquirer
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Description: Personals

Date: January 1 1891

Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 3

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PERSONALS
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Dr. A. R. Wilson visited Apple Grove last week.

Phil G. Orr has returned to Danville to attend school.

Miss Hattie Deadman, of Decatur, is visiting in town this week.

Tax-Assessor M. T. Swift of Somerville was in town this week.

Hon. J. C. Orr, paid Birmingham a business trip Saturday.

Miss Nolla Lee, of Leesdale visited relatives in town this week.

Bob Henry, foreman of the Florence Times spent Christmas in town.

Rev. J. I. Stockton of Athens was a pleasant caller at our office Monday.

J. R. Collier, of Belle Mina spent several days in town during Christmas.

Miss Minnie Shackelford visited friends at Decatur during the holidays.

Daniel Speegle, of Cisco, Texas, is visiting relatives and friends near town.

Miss Norma Halley, of Chattanooga, Tenn., is visiting Mayor Simpson’s family.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Porter, of Scottsboro, visited in town during the holidays.

Barney Crawford, of Blue Springs, was a pleasant caller at our office last Monday.

W. O. Jackson, of Nashville, spent Sunday in town with his sister Miss Norvelle Jackson.

James Self and family of Birmingham, visited the family of Mayor Simpson last week.

James A. Boger, an attaché of the Decatur News, spent the holidays in town with relatives.

T. P. McClanahan, of Birmingham, visited relatives near town during the holidays.

James S. Vest, the polite salesman of E. Bernheim of Decatur, visited in town this week.

Lem Carter, that lively drummer of Nashville, was in town Monday, smiling as of yore.

Mr. Jonathan Orr of Danville was in town last week in attendance of the K. of H., supper.

Mrs. E. Biddy of Fayette, Ala., was in town last week enroute to Danville to visit relatives.

J. T. Wallace of Danville called to see us last week and renewed his subscription to the Enquirer.

Misses Eliza Wilson and Stella Campbell of Fackler, Ala., are visiting the family of Thos. R. Shipp.

Wm. Brothers and Will Jones of Lanes’ precinct were in town Saturday and gave our office a pleasant call.

John W. Strain and his charming wife of Elkmont were in town Monday returning from a visit to relatives at Walnut Grove.

J. J. Lefan the photographer, and wife, after spending the holidays with relatives at Lewisburg, Tenn., have returned to town.

Wm. Warmack, James Wilson and J. P. Adams, three lively young men of New Decatur were in town Sunday taking in the sights.

Miss Annie Bean, a charming young lady of Dallas, Texas, arrived here Monday, enroute to visit relatives near Priceville.

Our aged and respected friends Rev. J. H. Strain of Walnut Grove was in to see us las week and renewed his subscription to the Enquirer.

R. H. Thomas, a prominent real estate agent, and wife of Birmingham, after a pleasant visit to relatives in town have returned home.

Frank Stinson, the night operator has returned from a pleasant visit to see his “best girl” in Shelbyville, Tenn. He is as “happy as a big sunflower.”

A. L. Brown has returned from Lowndesboro, Ala., Arthur’s face has been illuminated with a bright smile

Avery Sharpley, of Decatur was among his host of friends Sunday. It is rumored that Avery will be in the race for tax-collector. If he is he will make a good race.

Henry Collier, a worthy young man of Priceville, was in town Christmas day enroute to Nashville, where he goes to make his future home. We wish him success.

Rev. W. D. Garrison of New Decatur is now travelling with “Blind Maud” as advance agent of this wonderfully talented young lady in music. He is a good man for the position, and seems to be delighted with it. We wish him much success.

Misses Jannette and Emily Simpson after an absence of quite a while has returned. The former has been instructing a music class at Bessemer, and the latter has been attending school in Birmingham. Their host of friends are delighted to welcome them home.

J. W. Boatright the gallant operator of New Decatur was in town Sunday to see his “best girl.” It is currently reported that but a few more “moons will wax and wane,” before he will join the ranks of married men. “Boat” has trodden the path of bachelorhood long enough, and it is to be hoped that joy will be his in his new state.

Submitted: 01/09/19

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