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Description: PersonalsDate: January 8 1891
Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL
Source: Madison County, AL Library
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 3
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A. L. Brown is attending the City court at Decatur this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. C. Puckett of Danville visited in town this week.
J. L. Echols of Decatur was in town last week looking after his property.
Wm. McCullum and J. T. Breedlove of Danville were in town Tuesday.
Miss Maggie Radford visited relatives at Decatur Saturday and Sunday.
L. G. Bean one of the leading farmers of Danville was in town this week.
Rob’t Puckett is in Decatur attending the City Court as a grand juror.
A. W. Sharpley of Decatur spent several days in town last week with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam’l Shockley of Iuka, Miss., visited relatives in town last week.
Adolphus Sharpley of Danville passed through town enroute to Decatur Sunday.
H. G. Flack, a clever citizen of Apple Grove, was in town Sunday enroute to Decatur.
W. T. L. Cofer of Cullman was in town Monday enroute to county court at Somerville.
A. L. Brown, Arthur Oden, Leiden Day and James S. Vest visited at Priceville Sunday.
Miss Ella Frazier, a handsome young lady of Springville, Ala., visited in town Sunday.
D. W. Speaks and W. W. Calahan were in town Monday enroute to County court at Somerville.
Wm. J. and R. G. Owens are attending the Decatur City court this week and are acting as deputies.
Messrs. W. F. and Daniel Orr two excellent alliance men from near Danville were in town Monday.
Deputy Sheriff G. W. Nunn and W. T. Morrow were in town Sunday enroute to Decatur City court.
J. C. Allen and Al Clark two worthy young merchants of New Decatur were in town this week on business.
J. W. Hargrove that merchant prince of Danville brightened our office with his genial presence Tuesday.
T. B. Henry representing a Memphis grocery house was in town New Year’s day interviewing our merchants.
Miss Hattie Williams a charming young lady of Shelbyville, Tenn., visited her friend Miss Kittie Burleson this week.
D. W. Draper, Jr., the polite salesman of W. N. Winfrey & Co., of Woodland Mills, was in town Sunday enroute to Decatur.
A. W. Rankin that enterprising and jovial cotton buyer of Nashville, Tenn., has returned to our town and is buying the fleecy staple.
Hillie Shackelford, after a two week’s visit to relatives in Henderson, Ky., returned Sunday and has assumed his position in the ENQUIRER office.
Mr. J. G. Yarborough and his daughter, Mrs. Laura Walker of Stephenville, Texas, after an extended visit to relatives returned to their home last Friday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Eccles, an aged and highly respected lady of Iuka, Miss., after a pleasant stay with her granddaughter Mrs. J. G. Green returned to her home Sunday.
Graham Mahan a worthy young man of our town left New Year’s day for Waco, Texas, where he goes to make his future home. We wish him much success in his western home.
Sam’l Ponder and family of Russellville, Ala., have moved near town and will make this their future home. Mr. Ponder is a good citizen and he is welcomed back to our county by his many friends.
Judge W. H. Simpson of New Decatur was in town last Saturday night and installed the officers of the Knights of Honor. Judge Simpson is one of the charter members of the Hartselle lodge and is Deputy Grand Dictator.