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Description: Jefferson Theatre; Stock Farm for Sale;
Elks Theatre; Lyric Theatre; Mule Taken Up
Society News; YMCA Announces Exhibition;
Coca-Cola Truck Demolished; Lyric Theatre;
Rison Bank; Hsv Bank & Trust; Systone;
In Memory Lucile Fiske
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Page/Column: Page 7, 8
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A MAN’S FIGHT—Dustin Farnum. Stirring story of East and West shows this popular star in unusual role. The star is supported by all star cast, including Lois Wilson. Also Fox News.
STOCK FARM FOR SALE
409 acres, well improved, watered by five springs, near New Market and Plevna, $60 per acre; possession given Jan. 1st, if sold within ten days. Cash or terms at 6 pct. Interest.
W. F. ESSLINGER, Huntsville, Ala. Nov. 5-10t.
One Night Only
Friday, November 7th
Presents the frank and witty comedy
By COSMO HAMILTON
With EMMA BUNTING
The play all America is talking about.
7 months Chicago. The present success New York.
Not A Motion Picture.
TODAY - TOM MOORE in “Lord and Lady Algy”
A drama of racing and society that will rank with the greatest photoplays you have ever seen.
TOMORROW - AN ALL-STAR CAST in “The Westerners”
A big sweeping tale of the pioneer days of the West. From the pen of Stewart Edward White. Read the novel and see the play.
MULE TAKEN UP
Blue jennet mule, weight about 1000 pounds 2 1-2 miles west of Meridianville on Willie B. Eldrich farm.
Pay for this ad, pay feed bill, prove ownership and mule will be returned to owner.
Green Hereford, Route 1, Box 99, City.
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Oh, the happy days of boyhood
When we harvested the corn,
When the golden tinted maples
Blazed out at early morn,
When mother did the cooking,
While we were standing by;
And watched the rich crust rising
Round the luscious pumpkin pie.
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Sam T. Bell and wife of Louisville, Ky., are visiting Mrs. A. Vaughn and sister for a few days.
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Herbert M. Eggers, hustling representative of the Louisville paper co. is making his initial visit to our business men today.
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Mesdames W. I. Wellman and Jesse F. Young, Jr., are entertaining at an “At Home” party at the Wellman home on East Holmes Street this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Walter Morton Wellman a recent bride.
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Mrs. T. W. Pratt has been released from the city hospital where she has been under treatment.
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Mrs. Chas. P. Lane and daughter, Mrs. Alex McAllister, leave tonight with the Westmoreland’s, of Athens, for New York to spend a month or so.
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Dr. J. R. Duvall, of Atlanta, stopped off in the city today, en route to his other interest west of here. Dr. Duvall is interested in the local office of the Duvall Cotton Exchange.
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Edgar Davis, Miss Lucile Davis, and Dreary Davis, have returned from Leighton, where they attended the Cummings-King wedding.
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Mrs. Shelby White is in Birmingham visiting relatives.
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Miss Sallie Mastin has returned from an extended visit in Fort Myers, Florida, and in New York City.
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Mrs. S. O. Holmes is ill at her home, to the regret of her many friends.
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Brice M. Evans, a former Huntsville boy, the son of the late A. F. Evans, and the brother of Mrs. Oscar Dreger, of this city, is here on a brief visit. Brice has for some time been representing the Atlantic Paint Company, of New York, all through the west, and has built up a big business. He has recently been promoted to sales manager in the main office in New York. His headquarters, while out west, were at San Francisco, Calif. He is looking the picture of health, and is an interesting conversationalist.
Y. M. C. A. ANNOUNCES GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION
Mr. V. G. Derryberry, the physical director of the Central Y. M. C. A., makes the announcement that he will present his first gymnastic exhibition in the Association gymnasium on the night of November 27th—Thanksgiving night.
This will afford the public an opportunity of witnessing the character of the work which is being carried on at the Central. All classes will participate in the exhibition, and all phases of the work will be shown. The public is cordially invited to be present at this entertainment, which will be free of all charges.
The Junior Class will present their percussion dumb-bell drill and elementary tumbling, featuring letter building and military marching. The Intermediate Class will present the Turner Wand Drill, Pyramid Building, as well as exercises on the Long Horse and the Horizontal Bar.
The younger girls’ class will be featured in free-hand exercises and recreational games. The ladies’ class will appear in the Lerverscevienne Waltz, both in class and couple formations, and will also __ in free hand work. The various classes are rounding up in fine shape and prospects point to their being in the best of form by the night of the 27th.
Mr. Derryberry will be seen in action also. He does not believe in entrusting the carrying on of his work to others, and he will personally lead and direct each class during the exhibition. In addition, he will be seen in action on the flying rings and the parallel bars, as well as in weight lifting and balance movements. He is endeavoring to secure for the exhibition Mr. Joe H. Wilson, of Jackson, Tennessee, his old tumbling partner, to assist him in the presentation of the more advanced ground and lofty tumbling work.
An earnest invitation is extended to the people of Huntsville to be present on that night, and Mr. Derryberry urges that all keep this date in their mind.
COCA-COLA TRUCK IS DEMOLISHED BY A TRAIN
One of the big Coca-Cola trucks of the local company was practically demolished yesterday by a Southern passenger train on West Holmes Street.
Superintendent Claude D. Phillips and one of his drivers were on the truck at the time, but no one was seriously injured.
One of the wheels to the truck was torn off, and Coca-Cola boxes were scattered generally. Damage estimated by one of the Coca-Cola men is around the sum of three hundred dollars, but the exact loss is not yet known.
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D. T. E. Dryer
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Telephones 80 and 150
Milligan Building Corner
Public Square and Randolph Street
DR. L. DAVIS
Office upstairs in Huchens Building
Opposite McGee Hotel
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Thursday and Friday, November 6 and 7
THE WESTERNERS—A picturization of Stewart Edward Whites famous novel. Well constructed, absorbing and a colorful melodrama; remarkably rich in western dramatic ingredients. This picture has everything that its title indicates—punch and pathos, action and atmosphere. An all-star cast.
W. R. RISON BANKING COMPANY
1886 Over Fifty Years of Successful Business 1919
A. L. RISON, President J. W. McALLISTER, Asst. Cashier
H. M. RHETT, Cashier R. H. CANTERBERRY, Asst. Cash.
Our resources are at the disposal of our friends and customers, upon safe and conservative banking principles, and we are ever ready to assist all legitimate enterprises. We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service and invite your account on Merit, Strength and Superior Facilities.
When you sell your crop deposit your money with us.
When you need money to make a crop get it from us.
HUNTSVILLE BANK & TRUST CO.
CLARENDON DAVIS, President
W. P. HUTTON, Vice-President
M. B. MERTS, Cashier
Will Keep Your System Healthy
A TONIC FOR
STOMACH and LIVER
IT WORKS WHILE YOUR SLEEP
Sold by GILBERT’S DRUG STORE, Huntsville, Ala.
D. & D. REMEDY CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
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IN MEMORY LUCILE FISKE
As the October days were drawing to a close the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fiske, near the little village of Hazel Green, Ala., and took from them their youngest daughter, Lucile.
Lucile was a bright, sweet girl, loved by all. For some time she had been in ill health, but during bright summer days she seemed to gather strength and was able to visit her friends and play with her pets. This was a source of pleasure to her and to those who loved her. For a while their hopes were brightened. They thought Lucile might regain her health and be strong once more but the hopes passed with the setting sun and they looked forward into the loneliness of the coming night when the flower of the home would be transplanted in another soil. Lucile bore her suffering with patience beyond her age but the darkest and most dreaded of all nights followed when the dark angel of death blew his icy breath into the face of their loved one and her soul flew away.
Lela _. Kennedy