News from 1904

November 2010
Old Huntsville Magazine;Nov2010, Issue 213, p17
This section offers news briefs related to Huntsville, Alabama from 1904 including the appointment of Hutchens & Murdock as sole agents for the Block Light in the city of Huntsville, a runaway accident near the Wade Mattress Factory injuring a woman named Mrs. R. B. Searcy, and the trial of Joseph Mason, an egg and produce dealer, before Commission Greenleaf on a charge of retailing whiskey.


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