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Description: Personal MentionDate: October 4 1911
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Source: Madison Co., AL Library
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 1
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HUNTSVILLE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT
---Established October 8, 1823---
MOTTO—“The People Must Be Heard and their Rights Vindicated.”
Susana W. Clay, Editor.
Mr. Frank Fackling has been in the city __ past day or two.
Mr. Foster Ezell was summoned to Elkton, Tenn., last week on account of the illness of his father.
Mr. George Wheeler visited his mother, Mrs. W. C. Wheeler in our city last week.
Mrs. Robert Drake visited her sister, Miss Hattie McClendon last week.
Mrs. N. O. Wallace, of Fayetteville, visited relatives in our city last week.
Mr. Tate Lowry left last week for New York to go into business in that city. We wish him every success in his new field.
Mrs. Law, of Cincinnati is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lawson W. White, at her attractive home, West Lawn, on McClung Street.
Rev. J. B. Erwin, of Shelbyville, Tenn., arrived in the city last week to visit his sister, Mrs. J. F. Jones, on West Holmes Street.
Miss Georgie Lowery, of this city and Miss O’Delle Wallace, of Fayetteville, Tenn., have returned to their school in New York.
James Cary Janes after a visit to relatives in this city has returned to the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md.
Mrs. Sam Plant after a visit of several weeks to her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam’l H. Levy, has returned to New York.
Mrs. Wm. McKenzie and attractive little daughter, Ruth, visited Mrs. J. D. Rice at New Market last week.
Mr. Tate Jenkins, a former citizen of Huntsville, was on a visit to his mother. Mrs. C. A. Jenkins, on East Holmes Street, last week.
Mrs. M. S. Neece and daughter, Miss Andra, have returned to her home in Decatur on Saturday last accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Allene Cooper Graham.
Mrs. E. M. Milburn, formerly, Miss Ronie Weil after a pleasant visit to her brothers and sisters here, left last week to join her husband in Florida.
Miss _allie Roberts has returned to her home in Gainesville, Ala., after spending the Summer with her aunt, Miss Fannie S. Cabaniss.
Misses Birdie Crute and Lizzie Watkins had a pleasant outing at Madison, on Friday last, at a missionary rally given by the Methodist congregation.
Mr. Victor Heikes has joined his wife and son, Conrad at “Orchard Place” who have been visiting his mother, Mrs. W. F. Heikes, for the past month or more.
Mr. Thomas Jones and family are occupying the Langford Jones cottage on Randolph Street.
Dr. James L. Darwin expects to move his family to their home on the corner of McClung and California streets this month.
Mr. Mahoney has returned to Huntsville and under his supervision the New York Alabama Oil company will resume the drilling of a well in West Huntsville that will be carried to the depth of 3,000 feet. The company seems indefatigable in its determination to find a heavy flow of oil. We wish them good luck in their undertaking.
The host of friends of Dr. A. M. Duffield in this and other cities of the state congratulate him on the well-merited and high honors paid him, when he was invited to read a paper on “Materia Medica” at the meeting of the Homeopathic Medical Association in St. Louis, on Oct. 5th and to meet with the Council of Medical Education in the same city, to consult concerning the promotion of medical education in the South and West. It is regretted that the doctor’s professional obligations are such that he will be unable to attend.