Some people will pay $25 to $40 for a few wedding invitations off at Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, or New York when they can get just as good at the Democrat office for 5 or 6. Don’t that seem strange to you!
Mr. T. B. Crenshaw returned this week from Nanafalia with his two brothers, Jack and Willie, who are spending a vacation at their former home in Marion.
Mr. W.G. Cunningham, the popular cotton buyer, who has bought from 14 to 18 hundred bales of cotton within the past two weeks, left Thursday for Selma on a business trip.
Mr. And Mrs. W.M. Wallace were in the city Thursday.
Mr. I.N. Underwood paid Marion a visit this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace of West Perry, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Nichols last Sunday at their home Lafayette street.
Dr. J.P. Haley, that prince of good fellows, than whom none is more clever, returned from the Alabama Dental Association Friday. He reports a royal good time, together with a goodly store of information.
Judge John Moore will next hold court in Wilcox county, having completed his labors in Marion a few day ago. Judge Moore is one of the ablest judges in Alabama.
The Editor of the Democrat regrets to state that circumstances will be such as to prevent his attending the Alabama Press Association, how ever, our best wishes are that the members thereof will so enjoy themselves that we can at home share with those that take the trip.
Mr. John Moore, Marion’s most famous son, is visiting his parents, Judge and Mrs. John Moore, on Convenience street.
Mr. R.A. Craig will attend the closing exercises of the Seminary. She will be the guest of Mesdames Boyd and Dew.