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Huntsville Weekly Mercury (AL)
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Description: John McLain's Leg Amputated;
First Seed Cotton - By Blount Madkins

Date: September 7 1904

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 1 & 3

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[Transcription Note: Due to binding, the left edge of this column is not visible.]
__ Amputated
__ leg of Mr. John McLain, __ about two months ago by __ was amputated at the city __ __y night and Mr. McLain __ doing very well. The leg __ below the knee, gangrene __ and threatened to end __.

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Was Brought in Yesterday
By Mr. Blount Madkins
The first bale of seed cotton for which a premium was offered by the West Huntsville Warehouse Co., was brought in yesterday by Mr. Blount Madkins. The cotton was delivered to the West Huntsville Warehouse and Mr. Madkins was paid at the rate of 4 cents a pound.
Cotton in opening rapidly and within the next few days this will be a busy market. During the latter part of this month, the movement will be on in full force.

Submitted: 08/01/20

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