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The Huntsville Daily Times
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Description: Cashin Is Given $600 Damage Against L. & N.;
Odd Fellows Buy Building Site

Date: June 18 1915

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Library

Page/Column: Page 6, Column 4; Page 8, Column 3

================ Page 6, Column 4 ================
Cashin Is Given $600 Damage Against L & N
(Special to The Daily Times)
Decatur, Ala., June 18 J. P. Cashin was awarded $600 damages against the L. & N. railroad in the Law and Equity court late yesterday, on a suit for $3000 damages. The plaintiff alleges that while he was at work in the local L. & N. shops, he was badly burned by molten metal.

================ Page 8, Column 3 ================
Odd Fellows Buy Building Site
(Special to The Daily Times)
DECATUR, ALABAMA, June 18 For the sum of $3,500, a deed was filed in the Morgan County Probate Court, transferring the 50 foot lot at the corner of Bank and Walnut Streets to the Decatur lodge I. O. O. F. The property was owned by a combine of local men, who bought it during the boom days. The deed was signed by Col. C. C. Harris and P. J. Edwards, trustees.
It is understood the Odd Fellows will, in the near future erect a handsome two story double brick store building on the lot.


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