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Huntsville Weekly Mercury (AL)
Huntsville Weekly Mercury (AL)
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Description: Stabbing Affray - Ed May Cut Temple McGee;
Social and Personal Mention

Date: September 7 1904

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 2, Columns 1 & 2

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STABBING AFFRAY
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Ed May Cut by Temple McGee
Near Moulder
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Ed May was seriously stabbed Thursday night by Temple McGee in a difficulty that occurred near Moulder. Few details of the trouble could be obtained in the city yesterday. McGee claims that May and his brother waylaid him on the road after he had taken a young lady home, and assaulted him compelling him to make use of his knife. May’s wound is serious.

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL MENTION
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Miss Susie Bradley, a charming young lady of Corinth, Miss., is visiting the home of Mrs. Brendle in Patton Grove.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold have gone to Fayetteville to visit relatives.
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Mrs. Rebecca Whitthorne, of Shelbyville, is visiting Mrs. S. W. Judd.
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The Morning Euchre Club met yesterday morning in the rooms of the Standard Club. The prize of the occasion was won by Miss Cora Schiffman.
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Mrs. J. C. Peelham, of Grenada, Miss., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Beasley.
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Miss Lottie Lamberson, who has been visiting friends in Taylorsville, passed through yesterday enroute to her home near Maysville.
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Miss Edith Coulson has gone to Ashville and other resorts in North Carolina.
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Mrs. J. H. Cardell has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Memphis.
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Miss Amelia Armstrong has returned from a pleasant visit in Guntersville.
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Miss Mattie Lee Strong and Bessie Powell are visiting friends and relatives at Meridianville.
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Mrs. J. D. Dilworth and children have returned from a pleasant visit in Birmingham.
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Mrs. A. W. Newson entertained last evening at her suburban home, Oaklawn, in compliment to Miss Mary Lou Harris and Mr. Hervie Mastin.
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Mrs. Robert Herstein has returned from Estill Springs.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Matthews, Jr., arrived yesterday from Estill Springs where they have been spending several weeks.
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Mrs. D. C. Adams and children of New Decatur are visiting Mrs. J. W. Cooper.
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Howard Sibley of the Big Cove was among friends in the city yesterday.

Submitted: 08/01/20

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