Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1890 Page: 3 of 4
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PERSONAL._ Highest of,all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov’t Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
C. Thomas left on Monday for
B. Wilkes, of De Gress* was i
‘ city Monday.
Frances Duke is visiting
ves in Missouri.
: Angie Duke returned Tues-
er Loving, of Lost Valley,
the city this week.
ton has returned
!Yas | If you want firstclass meals go
azette s callers Sat- j to the Horton House. tf
John Kina' of Fort Worth “Grove’s tasteless chill tonic”
tin J M.. ‘^katifSfcer of :“ drug store. tf
I. 0. Tanner has about com-
pleted Prof. Wester’s residence.
The finest line of toilet soaps in
West Texas, at McConnell’s drug
Mineral Wells crystals, water,
iOODS k GROCERIES JOHN HENSLEY SON,
CHEAP FOR CASH
t Thursday evening.
J. R. Robinson and _____
ester left Tuesday morning
rip to Throckmorton. i B„ap a„d' naive; for'Bale at’Bmon
Walters and Dr. T. J. An- postoffice. lm
n, of Gibtown, were among 1 ^ m J 1 for another year, and so far as the
- - Fine pocket Testaments; also public is concerned the house
some with large print at McCon
**5 " *-*5 ” v* v tunyj 1.
azette’s callers Saturday.
McComb, Eastin & Knox will I
exchange dry goods and groceries '
for wheat and pay the highest mar-!
ket price. tf
The malarious summer will soon
be here. Buy a bottle of Cheat-
ham’s Tasteless Chill Tonic and
fortify yourself against chills and
fever. It is absolutely guaranteed
to cure and pleasant to take. II.
H. McConnell. lm
Mrs. Elliston is making arrange-
ments to keep the Horton House
* - T - ___ ___ i PLOWS, HARROWS, DRILLS, &c
ALL LIGHT WEIGHT stoves of all descriptions
! mu,s 8w _ . «
n, iirfirGenter Point, during the McComb, Eastin & Knox will ex-
st week. change dry goods and groceries for
W H. Butler, *of Greenville, i wheat and pay the highest market
1 rn____a„-----’ price. tf
The “ Daisy ” fly-killer-
arrifdd in the city Tuesday even-
ing. He is looking for a home in
4h™f#<S®ia&ry. ty, one peck per day. They “ go
J. G. Marshal], J. M. Lasley and to the wood-pile to "die.” McCon-
H. Willard, of Post Oak, made nel1 has them. tf
call while in the; McComb, Eastin & Knox will
BHtturaay. I exchange dry goods and grocer-
Mrs. S. W. Cox, of ies for wheat aud pay the highest
, were the guests of their market price. tf
F^dayand^Satiirdav^ GiIliland’ Showers of rain are falling in
T vr n . . J ‘ w, many parts of the county greatly
Graig and G. P. Whitaker, j benefiting the crops, but in other
two of^ewport s prominent citi- places it is still very dry.
were among the Gazette’s I *
r’s Friday evening. Lunch-baskets, Japanese nap-
kins, artists’ colors, novelties of
many kinds just received at the
Owens made a trip to
Dallas this week. He says corn
is as badly burnt along the road 1
to Dallas as it is in Jack county, i The peculiar enervating effect
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Knox left of summer weather is driven off
hurt Week for Pennsylvania where I Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which
they wiH spend several weeks M makes the weak strong.”
J. in different cities in that If yon stop over night in Jacks-
boro go to the Horton House
Dr. J. 'T. Robinson is at Fort, where you can have a good night’s
attending the meeting of ! rest by getting a good bed. tf
■E ^ar<?’ of I have some fine bargains in un-
of which he is a! improved iands. Good opportu-
_« oities to secure cheap lands.
Capt. and Mrs. S. W. Eastin and tf James R. Robinson
tn^ir little daughters, Minnie and —, „
visiting Mrs. Eastin’s ,,^’e Aldridge sewing machine,
j. Horton and wife, of Jhe bacdsomest mthe market, and
P? lowest in price—quality consid-
Nora Batherly, of Bryson, H’ H’ Mo0o,m'e11’8 dm«
— Loto Costen and Myrtie
Post Oak, have been the
es Katie and Amanda
H. F. Wilton, Baylor
Hall’s Hair Renewer eradicates
and prevents the formation of dan-
druff, thickens the growth, and
beautifies the hair as no prepara-
tion Hill. ’ I
W. H. Cunningham, Rock Stanley Cooper has sold his
J. M. Darden, Graham, farm a few miles northeast of
ksant callers on the town and will build a residence on
Monday. his beautiful tract of land on Col-
from Arkansas, Hill.
of Maj. T. W. Eggs and chickens are top val-
111 Gon- uable to be allowed to go to waste
*?'prospecting when Ganter’s chicken cholera
cure is sold aud warranted by H.
with a view to
ilcana, and his sister,
“ J her children, of
own, are visiting relatives
‘ ) and the county.' They n'
for their fl0m triP to Dju£ley Dell.
From the expressions of pleas-
ure by the members of the Cornet
Band one would think them a.com-
pany of Pipkwickians just returned
t is “the best”;
felic, may be
I wc affirm,
Sts may pro-
rtion, vvbirli is
lie cures effeot-
It not only
bat fittiti *** **•**"’* and in-
„ tbos been in use
t of half a century, and
1 which is without
ory of medicine,
to apj*r. ciate its
the Wood, and
of years has•-.»)!y continued
theued the popular rt|linicii
ta.. * #■
choicest and roost approved
enter into the comnositioii
Sarsaparilla, and these arc
rdloss of cost. It Is on this
hat. the Honduras sarsaparilla
Ittxively used in this prepura-
- domestic variety is cheap
*ant, Ix'ing indigenous nil
tt continent, but it lias
value compared ifilli
ttb of the tmpii s. Tin r< -
„ i the extract of til.' Him:.
solely, forms the bah is of
the other ingredi-
In this issue will bo found the
announcement of A. L. Parrott for
sheriff of Jack county. Mr> Par-
rott is well known and has many
strong friends in the county.
Mrs. Livingston has seenred a
house on College Street which she
will occupy about the 20th inst.,
for the purpose of sending her
two little daughters to school.
We are not on the stump for
Hogg, but if yon are feeding the
young shoats go to the Jacksboro
Mill and get the boss hog feed,
(shorts) $1.00 per 100 pounds, tf
The Teachers’ aud Patrons’ In-
stitute will be held at Bryson, Sat-
urday, August 23rd, instead of
August 16th, on account of the
present session of the normal.
J. W. Stark announces in this
issue for justice of the peace in
precinct No. J. Mr. Stark is an
old citizen and is favorably known
and wonld make a good justice.
Use Mineral Wells Crystals for
dyspepsia, biliousness, sick head-
ache, costiveness and all kidney
and liver diseases. The genuine
has on the box the large letters.
M. W. C. W. A. 6m
could not have been placed in
better hands, as Mrs. Elliston
keeps a first class house and table, j SlOOClCll PviCOS
The eighth wonder of the world ^
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It will prove
a boon to humanity. It is the same
tonic as that heretofore sold under
the same name except that it is
tasteless. Guaranteed to cure.
H. II. McConnell. lm
That distention of the stomach I
which many people feel after eat-!
ing, may be due to improper mas-
tication of the food; but, in most
cases, it indicates a weakness of 1
the digestive organs, the best!
remedy for which is one of Ayer’s
Pills, to be taken after dinner.
There will be an entertainment
given by the teachers and students
of the institute, for the benefit of
the college building, Friday even-
ing, August 15, at the college. This --—__
;,ry8i,^rat‘ Ja“° S— to***.
tend, thereby assisting in a good Tbe Jacksboro Summer Insti-
enterprise as well as enjoying a *ute met Monday with the follow-
1 ing named officers and teachers
AND SUMMER GOODS
AT A SEDUCED PRICE
To Close Them Out With
FOR WOOD, GASOLINE AND OIL.
This is a list of Trimmings we give with a cook Stove
Price.from 16 to 30 Dollars.' ?
Odd Lots of Clothing,
Boots and Shoes.
1 Coffee Pot.
1 Wash Boiler.
1 Tea Kettle,
2 Pot Lids,
1 Cake Turner,
1 Flesh Fork,
3 Drip Pans,
1 Basting Spoon,
1 Dish Pan,
1 Cake Pan,
1 Is utmeg Grater,
2 Cake Cutters,
1 Wash Pan,
1 Half-gallon. Cub,
2 Pie Plates;
2 Pudding Pans,
l Biscuit Cutter,
6 Muffin Rings,
1 Pepper Box,*
1 Meat Broiler,
1 Joint of Pipe^J
1 Long Cast Pan,
1 Stove Lifter,
Cake Stove Polish.
Wheat, Corn and Bacon Taken in
Exchange for Merchandise.
J. W. AYNES a 00.
WE KEEP ON HAND
WELL-TUBING, CROCKERY, QUEENSWARI.
[WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARTs]
Call and see us.
South Side Square, Jacksboro, Texas,
;--——- present: T. N. Brown, president;
Flotorial Democratic Conven- Miss Loretto Aston, secretary.
tion. Methods in reading; Mrs. Bar-
The flotorial convention for the nett.
4l6t legislative district met in this Methods in Primary Numbers;
city today at 1 o’clock. L. Stoddard.
The convention was called to Methods in Language; Prof,
order by Sil Stark, chairman dem- Bryant.
ocratic executive committee 41st Methods in School Management
district, and on motion P. C. Funk and Psychology; Prof. T. B. King,
was made temporary chairman and Methods in Practical Arithmetic;
Capt. Gay temporary secretary. T. N. Brown.
Wise county delegates: C. Y. Methods in United States His-
Terrell, W. H. North, C. Cates, tory; Prof. Wilson.
H. Wilsou, J. J. Farmer, Wash: Methods in Physiology; Prof.
Davis, P. C. Funk. Fennimore. —
Young county delegates: A. T.! Methods in Geography; T. J.
Gay, J. J. Murray, J. W. Colston. Hadley.
Jack county delegates: S. Ja- Other teachers present: Miss
cobs, Wm. Tabor, James Shaw, Prudie Ham, Bryson; Miss Allie
Abner Rhoades, J. M. Lasley. Vaughan, Christian ; Miss Jennie
Committee on credentials: A.; Mays, Graham ; Miss Irmie Mul-
Rhoades, Jack county; J. W. |lens, Antelope; Messrs. W. A.
Colston, Young county; C. V. Massie, S. Rouse, J. C. Lindsey,
Terrell, Wise county. Jr., L. Shaw, Jacksboro; Mrs.
Committee on permanent organ- Taylor, Mrs. T. N. Brown, Misses
ization: J. J. Murray, Young i Ida Kingery, Maggie Vance, Corrie
county; W. H. North, Wise conn-' Spivey, Florence Milton, Eva
ty^ S. Jacobs, Jack county. Warden, Fannie Harman, Dora
Report on permanent organiza- Wicker, Pearl Bullock, Lizzie
tion: ehairman, P. C. Fuuk; sec- Henderson, Jacksboro.
retary, H. Wilson. m_
C. W. Martin, of Wise, was ’ County Court,
nominated on first ballot. Judge
Colston moved to make the nom- County court convened Monday
ination unanimous. Motion carried, morning with all the officers pres-
Jacksboro Cornet Band at Jurors: T. J. Henson, Butler
Eliasville. - Murray, R. J. Thomas, F. M. Chris-
Lost Valley, Aug. 1st, 1890. t?pb,er’ **• W. Dodson, Norman
Editor Gazette : j Dunlap, John Dill, James Bid well,
Please allow a small space in 11 ’ F* Miltou? Andrew Myers, Abe
your paper for a few words of I^un^aP» Enoch Martin,
encouragement to the Jacksboro state of Texas vs. Edgar Walk-
Comet Band. The writer attended er ’ on a plea of SuiltV tined
the re-union of ex-Confederate do.llars and twenty-four hours im-
soldiers and old settlers in Young PriSODment in the county jail,
county on the two last days of State of Texas vs. W. S. Walk-
July, when this band played for er’ on plea of £uilty fiued &>.
the occasion, and was listened to State of Te3fas ve-Jobl1 Waters ;
by more than three thousand neo- 011 plea of guilty fiued $25 in two
taY^ i__________ i % . (*asps.
pie, many of whom were loud in ca8es’
their praise of the Jacksboro band State of Texas vs- Tobe Hving-
for the splendid music there dis- ston ’ on a plea of guilty fined $25.
for the splendid music there dis-
coursed. There were also many . State of Texas vs. G. C. Abbott;
compliments passed on the indi- disuds8®d by the State,
vidual members of the band for , State of Texas vs. Johnathan
their general good appearance and Goldsmith; on plea of guilty fined
deportment, many of these last
scratch your life away
little Hunt’s Cure judi-
case of itch ever known f If not
it costs yon nothing. Price 50c.
H. II. McConnell. lm
Nellie Bly got around the world
pretty lively, but Cheatham’s
Tasteless Chill Tonic will go it at
a still better pace. Try a bottle
when in need of a remedy for
chills. H. H. McConnell. lm
jWrodlK'^U \,y tfc-so tn-rc-
ju<* lajye'.y upon the j,r<i-
I *®l U in OBljr Jiy tin-
-----MttMg Hum Hint
AJ alu raflvt ami tonic
„iw,f Sawaffcirilla «r«
i Hint costly, mill
| . tlioir use results
_ u CWUpuund extract tf
curative jw>WBf tlian ran lie
“ " alitor roribods. This
With the most attractive,
origiiiai methods of ad\ cr-
> accounts for the world-
tatlon and enviable success of
; TaluiHge is the pride of the
American pulpit, but the hearts
of the poultry me ii leap With joy at
the mention of Gauteris chicken
cholera cure. Sold, “ no cure no
pay ” hy H. H. McConnell.
The Gazette takes pleasure in
calling the attention of the public
oners'^ourt convene. ^“ur^ne^S’l^'S
* , ,, , perxence in his business, and has
colors, at the drug been in Jacksboro several years
compliments being from the fair
ladies in attendance and there
were many of them on the grounds.
Speaking for myself I feel pToud
of the Jacksboro Cornet Band,
and think the people of both town
and county should offer all neces-
sary aid and encouragement to the
baud as will be uecessary to keep
up their organization and practice,
so that they may continue to merit
the praise given them on the above
J. C. Loving.
The stockholders of the Jack
County Fair Association will meet
at Jacksboro, Texas, August 9th,
State of Texas vs. J. H. B. Wil-
liams ; on motion of defendant in-
formation was set aside and cause
When Baby was sick, we gare her Castor!a.
When she waa a dit;Td, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
From a letter written by Mrs.
dard, after which some very fine
:___ songs were sung by the school.
led by Prof. Hadley at the organ!
Eupepsy. The audience was entertained by
This is what you ought to have,! well read and appropriate essays
in fact, you must have it, to fully j by Miss Youngblood, Miss Reeser.
enjoy life. Thousands are search-1 Miss Fay Ellsberry, Miss Luna
mg for it daily, and mourning be- Stoddard, little Misses Lois and
cause they find it not. Thousands Mamie Stoddard, and little Miss
upon thousands of dollars ar® Harbert; and some of the little
spent annually by our people in boys did admirably. Master Isom
the hope that they may attain this Martin delivered a good address
boon. And yet it maj be had by i to the audience. In fact, I can’t
all. We guarantee that Electric remember all the good things as I
Bitters, if used according to direc-; am writing from memory, but all
tions and the use persisted in, will: were happy and comfortable, the
bring you good digestion and oust faces of the aged as well as the
the demon dyspepsia and install young being wreathed in smiles,
mstead eupepsy. We recommend Two of the oldest citizens of the
Electric Bitters for dyspepsia and i county were * present, Grandma
all diseases of liver, stomach aud Godby, in her eighty-fourth year,
kidneys. Sold at 50e. and $1.00 | and Father Martiu, iu his eighty-
per bottle, by H. H. McConnell second year. It was pleasant to
druggist.__________• 4 8ee the innocent babe, the happy
The Heed- vyouths, the stalwart men and the
II. W. Hubbard, Dallas, Texas, t°^Se.fhmingIiug' lbeir voiees
whose advertisement of the Cele- t0fe+wA m ; greeting,
brated Cotton Gin appears else- ,***k’
where is selling them at' lowerto telf of tb® bountiful
price than any other first-class F ncIe
gin. Write him today, as he can j a l ^1S ®1°1US aud sons-iu-
...it you as t. price and term,. toi^ftastlonldLi aalisSed!
Notice. j Certainly the ladies of that com
The convention for nomination mrudGy are all well drilled iu the
of candidate for senator for this art ot. knowiug how to tempt the
the 20th senatorial district will be : appetite. I know one thing,
held in Fort Worth on August 18th.' f°ul}d a dne cake which excited
Thos. D. Sporer, Chair. W inquiry as from whose hands
Dem. Ex. Com. 20th Dist. d bad come- But—well, the future
, ---------—--— reveals all mysteries and I wi
Attention, Republicans! waii-
The Republicans of Jack coun- i After the repast, which was
ty are hereby requested to meet bountiful for all, we were enter-
at the court house iu Jacksboro tained by a well prepared article
on Saturday, August the 9th, at 1 by Mr- E- Clark. G. F. Daugherty
p. m. for the purpose of electing addressed the audience for a few
officers for the next two years and moments upon the subject
selecting three delegates to the | “ Why do we use the Bible
state convention, and transacting the Sunday-school.”
such other business as may come 9or“po1
before the convention.
By order of
E. Johnson, Jr., Chairman.
J. W. Stark, Secretary.
Several nice prizes were award-
ed and many other good things
occurred that my memory does
not recall, aud credit is due some
whose names I failed to get.
It would be well if every com-
munity could boast of as good a
Sunday-school as Wesley Chapel,
and we hope that the parents may
tf * where he has given universal sat-
‘Of the college building isfaction in fitting plates, of which
" . he makes a specialty.
isoo of 1 n ° r: ' Jiouxa letter written oy
the°nn!nrietv'oASi?*’ toc™8ld®r Ada E. Hurd of Groton, S. D., we
the propnety of holding a fair tine ,luote; “Was taken with a bad
fall and to transact any other bus- pniii ...i,;, i ++1 1 ,
1(l„ .. , also m consumption. Four doctors mes was given bv tl
to transact any'^ueiuess wiS *»Up 1 COuW’jj® CbaPel Sunday-school, six
to transact any business
may come before them.
Sil Stark, Chairman.
which a short time. I gave myself up to
my Savior, determined if I could
not stay with my friends ou earth,
Away Ahead of Everythin* \ would meet my absent ones
i_r tt J; , ‘ above. My husband was advised
of tbf 8ales to get Dr. King’s New Discovery,
still incrca«iniT i Grystals are for consumption, coughs and colds,
nersidfo^^f lmT!i Bn' 1 gave it a trial, took iu all eight
FvmiJwiiin 61 a,®dlcine®- bottles; it has cured me, and thank
S3 — MeM
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for «« uupc iwh me parems may
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt realize every desire of their hearts
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- *u the future of their children,
ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and Jacksboro was represented by
all Skin'Eruptions, and positively a bevy of sweet-smiling misses
cures Piles, or no pay required. Ruder the guardian care of Mr. F
It is guaranteed to give perfect R- Aston.
satisfaction, or money refunded. -----
Price 25 cents per box. For sale '^0 Democrats of Jack
by II. H. McConnell. County.
--- In obedience to the demand of
De Gress Items. the Democrats in convention as-
Correspondence of the g.vzbttk. sembled in Jacksboro, Saturday,
S. S. Turner and Miss Ollie August the 2d, 1890,1 hereby call
Campsey were married the 24th the Democrats of each eominis-
of July, and Mr. Sandifer of Mon- sioner’s precinct to assemble at
tague county and Miss Alice Loyd their respective voting places at
of De Gress were married the 31st 1 o’clock p. m. on Saturday, Au-
of July. Esq. Elmore performing gust 16th, 1890, under the super-
the ceremony on both occasions, vision of the local ehairman and
J. G. Lucas is building a hand- proceed to hold precinct eonven-
some two-story dwelling. tious and select delegates to com-
There is a good meeting in prog- missiouers’ precinct conventions
ress at Marmaduke conducted by to meet Saturday, Aug. 23d, 1890,
Revs. Randall and Gregory. They at 1 o’clock p. m. at places here!
will begin a meeting at this place after designated in this call. The
Saturday night. J. B. Wilkes. object of said conventions being
---—— to put in nomination before tbe
Picnic at Wesley Chapel. voters of each commissioners’
Correspondence of the Gazette. precinct in Jack COUllty, a DeiUO-
Oue of the most entertaining crat to be voted for at the elec-
and enjoyable Sunday-school pic- tion in November. Also to nom-
nics was given by the Wesley inate men for other precinct offi-
rniles ces for which the conventions in
west of Jacksboro, July 31st. It their wisdom may deem proper to
was entertaining from the fact that make. I suggest that the Demo-
the scholars gave many evidences crats turn out to a man at the
of the proper results of the Sun-, primaries and select good, repre-
day-school. The school was formed sentative men as delegates to said
in procession by Mr. E. Clark, conventions and nominate the
chairman ot the meeting, under best men you have as candidates,
the motto, “God is Love,” and The convention for commission-
one might well conclude that all, er’s precinct No. 1, which is com-
both children and parents, had posed of one-fourth of Jacksboro
drauk at the fountain of the “ev- precinct No. 1, De Gress, New-
erlasting Father and the Priuce of port and one-half of Post Oak
Peace.” Invocation by Mr. Stod-. will be held at Newport; for
commissioner’s precinct No. 2,
composed of one-fourth of Jacks-
boro precinct, Vineyard, New
Hope and Dukes Ranch, will be
held at Haley; for No. 3, com-
posed of one-fourth, of Jacksboro,
Salt Hill, Finis and Bryson, will
be held at Plaster School house;
for No. 4, composed of one-fourth
of Jacksboro, Gertrudes, Ante-
lope and one-half of Post Oak
will be held at Antelope. The
several commissioners’ precincts
are entitled to the following num-
ber of votes in conventions to-wit •
Commissioner’s precinct No. 1,13,
divided as follows: Jacksboro 3,
De Gress 3, Newport 5,Post Oak 2;
Com. Prct. No. 2,12; Jacksboro 3
Y meyard 2, Gibtowu 5, Dukes
Ranch 2 ; Com. Prct. No. 3, 12;
Jacksboro 3, Salt Hill 2, Finis 2,
Bryson 5; Com. Prct. 4, 9; Jacks-
boro 3, Gertrudes 2, Antelope 2,
Post Oak 2. P ’
These delegates iu convention
assembled may transact such oth-
01 business as they may deem of
interest to the Democratic party.
Done by order of the delegates
assembled in county convention
Aug. 2,1890. j. k. Wester,
Chair. Dem. Ex. Com.,
°f Candidates for the Election,
Tuesday, November 4th, 1890. ’
All local reading notices for candidates
win be inserted at same price as anv other
business reading notices . J
For District andCoictUy •
We are authorized to announce D. B. Gilli-
iand as a candidate for re-election to the
office of district and county clerk of Jack
county, lexas. Election Nov. 4th, 1890.
We are authorized to announce A. L.
Parrott as a candidate for the office of sheriff
“ovSJffiY* J“k ““,J “the
For lax Assessor:
We are authorized to announce the name of
1. L. Durham as a candidate for tbe office
ot assessor of taxes of Jack count}' at the
November election 1890.
For County Commissioner:
VVe are authorized to announce that J. w"
Dodson is a candidate for the office of countv
commissioner of precinct number 2 Jack
crati^party601 ^ ^ action of the Demo-
Wc are authorized to announce that R. J
Jordan w a candidate for the office of countv
commissioner of precinct number 3 Jack
eouiity, subject to the action of the Demo-
VI e are authorized to announce that J. W
bwetnam is a candidate for the office of
county commissioner of precinct No. 2.
subject to the action of the Democratic-party
For Justice of the Peace:
VV e are authorized to announce the name of
W. Stark as a candidate for the office of
justice ot the peace for precinct No. 1. Jack
ounty, Texas, at the November el *ction.
DR. M. R. BANNER,
Office over J. TT. Aynes d Co/s Store.
Parties in Jacksboro can have
their work done at residence if
desired. All work as low as the
same class ot work can be done
in West Texas.
Plate Work a Specialty
38 YEAR’S EXPERIENCE.
Real Estate Transfers Record.ed. in
the Clerk’s Office of Jack County
During the Past Week.
John S. Smith amt wife to Naomi Smith —
acres — sur ., con. ssaono
K O. Mlbritton ami Wife to J A. Shaw 160
acres Allbritton sur., con. SSOO.
• Cooper and wife to G. W. Gunter loo acres
Gunter sur.. 77 1-2 acres Akers sur., 112 Buster
sur., 40 acres Smith sur., con. $2500.
K. II Gardner to August Stumpp 320 acres B.
A I’., con. $781.00.
1>. 11 Gardner to August Stumpp 320 acres B.
A F., con. $784.00.
W K Payne and wife to U. S'. Strickel 160
acres Irwin ""ampler sur., con. $586.00,
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Rogers, J. N. & Rogers, Alice M. Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1890, newspaper, August 7, 1890; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth729441/m1/3/: accessed July 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.