Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1891 Page: 3 of 4
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov’t Report, Aug. 17, 1839.
Edward Eastbum, of Sherman,
is in the city.
M. L. Sikes, of Christian, is in
the city this week.
W. P. Price, of St. Joe, was in
the city this week.
'A. C. Carpenter, of Decatur, was
[in tjhe city Monday.
B. Wilkes, of De Gross, was
in the city this week.
Judge Alexander, of Waco, was
in the city this week.
J. O. Coleman, of Antelope, was
in the city this week.
J. L. Rainer, from Post Oak,
was in the city Friday.
S. H. Evans, of Young county,
was in the city Monday.
Samuel Woodward, of Antelope,
was in the city Monday.
J. B. Estis, of Thorp Spring,
was in t^»e city Monday.
Tsom Lynn, of King county, is
in the city on business. X
G. IV Whitaker,, of Newport,
was iu the city this week.
J. T. Henson, of Carroll’s Creek,
was in the city yesterday.
Ja8. P. Reagan, of Christian,
spent Monday in the city.
G. R. Christian, of Antelope,
spent Monday in the city.
E. H. Coleman lias gone on a
bnsinesaftrip to Iowa Park.
G. F. Atkinson spent last week
in Fort Worth, on business.
F. M. Christopher, of Wynn
Hill, was in the city Tuesday.
Miss Lulu Campbell returned
Saturday evening from Glenrose.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Maddox, of
Salt Hill, were iu the city Monday.
Mr. Orton, a cattle buyer of
Bellevue, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brown, of
Post Oak, spent Saturday in the
Messrs. Noah and John Risley,
of Henrietta, were in the city this
E. J. Bruton, of Liberty, Okla-
homa, is visiting relatives in the
R. P. Echols, of Wynn Hill,
made the Gazette a pleasant call
L. M. Ragsdale, of Vineyard,
made the Gazette a pleasant call
Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepsia.
Patronize the Jacksboro lumber
J. W. Ayues & Co. will pay the
highest price for seed cotton.
“ King’s Axle Grease,” the best
on earth, at McConnell’s drug store.
Rev. W. T. Compere, of Hub-
bard City, passed throughyacks-
Capt. J. W. M. Murphy left this
week for Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on
a business trip.
Col; E. P. Nicholson, of Weath-
erford, has been attending district
cpqrt this week.
A. BTKuykendall, of Fiuis, was
a pleasant caller at the Gazette
office last Saturday.
Miss Julia Morrison, of Little
Lost Valley, was present at the
teacher’s institute Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Dillard, of Willow
Point was among the teachers
who were present at the institute
Dailii ua} •
Alice Poareh, of Troy,
arrived in Jacksboro
to take the position
in the J. Cv^E. I.,recently occupied
/ by Prof. T. B. King. Miss Poareh
comes with excellent recommen-
dations as a teacher and scholar.
COUGHING — ITS CAUSE AND CUKE.
Coughing is an involuntary effort to
expel irritating matter from the lungs
or bronchial passages, and is, therefore,
as necessary, at times, as vomiting is to
relieve the stomach of indigestible or
poisonous substances. As a general
rule, when the stomach is unburdened
of its contents, tlio retching ceases.
Not so with bronchial irritation, tin;
effect being liable to remain long after
the primary cause has been removed.
The reason of this is that, in the acts of
coughing and expectoration, the mucous
coating of tiie throat and air passages
becomes Inflamed and congested ; conse-
quently the inclination to cough and ex-
pectorate still continues and the delicate
tissue of the fauces are further irritated.
The great danger of a severe and pro-
tracted cough la iu tho liability either
to rupture a congested blood-vessel or
to cause an irritation and soreness that
may result in ulcerution of the lungs.
The obvious course of treatment is
to administer, first, an expectorant that
will assist iu loosening and bringing
away the phlegm; and, secondly, au
utiodyno to soothe the inflamed and irri-
tated membrane. To accomplish this
twofold purpose Is the design of all
rough-cures; but the danger witli most
of them is that they are so cloying
to the stomach as to seriously inter-
fere with the process of digestion ; con-
sequently, iu the effort to cure one
complaint, the patient is liable to con-
What, then, is best to be done? The
answer in; Take a medicine that is both
an anodyne ami an expectorant — one
which loosens the phlegm and soothes
the irritated membrane, but does not
interfere with, or endanger, the regular
functions of any other bodily organ.
Can such a remedy be found? We
reply unhesitatingly, it ran —in Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral. For more than forty
years this preparation lias been in use,
and it is without doubt, flic safest
and mo“.t. efficacious of all cougU-cnres.
That it is so estimated by_tbe public is
evident from the fact that no other
SB preparation of the kind is in ftijekuni-
versai demand. As l ------”
****** cine, for eases of croup, why
sore throat, bronchitis, and
A new line of looking passes—
all -sizes—at McConnell’s drug
JO. O. Hess keeps a complete
line of coffins and undertakers’
A. Jasper lias bought R. II.
Coleman’s interest in the saddle
and harness shop.
Preaching in the Presbyterian
church Saturday night and com-
munion on Sabbath.
A nice line of ladies’ cloaks now
being- sold at absolute first cost at
McComb, Eastin & Knox’s. tf
Who killed the largest hog- in
Jack county ? Speak out gentle-
men, don’t be afraid. Give ns
J. J. Davidson will leave tomor-
fow for Johnson county. After a
short time he expects to locate in
For scrofula in every form
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is a radical,
remedy. It has an unequaled
record of cures. It
John Hensley’s new meat mar-
ket building has been finished and
is now open. That is the place to
get good beef and pork.
E. S. Dunn will remove from his
ranch east of town to Jacksboro,
and will occupy the Horan resi-
dence on North Main street.
I have in stock about five (5)
gross of inks of various kinds,
and can sell to merchants at Dallas
prices. II. II. McConnell, tf
Everyone knowing themselves
indebted to Ed. Wolffarth, are re-
quested to call and settle the same
by the 25th of December, 1890.
tf Ed. Wolffarth.
Be wise in time. You have too
many gray hairs for one so young
looking. Use Hall’s Hair Renew
er, the best preparation out to
cure them. Try it. It
Before purchasing your lumber
see J. W. M. Murphy of Jacks-
boro. If you can do as well with
him as you can at the railroad give
youi^own town the benefit of your
Now is the time to get your gen-
uine bargains at McComb, Eastin
& Knox’s. They have inaugurated
a reduction sale to reduce their
large stock to give room for spring
Prayer meeting has been held
every night at some one of the
churches. Tonight tho appoint
ment is at the Presbyterian church
and ' Friday night at the Baptist
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. H
II. McConnell. lm
Why scratch your life away
when a little Hunt’s Cure judicious-
ly applied will cure the worst case
or Itch ever know \ If not it costs
you pothing. iPrice 50c. H. H.
H. II. McConnell has received
this week a very choice line of
jewelry—styles and designs en-
tirely new—lace pins, sleeve but-
tons, rings, chains, all of the better
grades fully warranted. tf
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 the
chills. II. II. McConnell. lm
Asiatic cholera kills people by
nhe wholesale, and there is no cure
for it; but Ganter’s chicken chol-
era cure restores the chicken that
is down to perfect health. It is
warranted by II. H. McConnell. It
The card of Sewell & Dunn, on
■ his page, represents a live, ener-
getic firm and you may expect to
get goods at as low prices as they
can be sold in a safe, legitimate
business. Call and give them a
Cholera is the most fatal disease
that breeders of poultry have to
contend with. Bass’ Chicken Cliol
era Cure is as near a specific as
quinine is for fevers in the human
family. Try it. See advertise-
The grand clearance sale at Me
Comb, Eastin & Knox’s will open
Saturday, 10th, and continue for
10 days. This wiil bo a fine time
to get goods cheap as this kind of
offer is seldom made on so large
and well selected stock of goods.
J. UJ. Jaynes ^ Co.
WISH THEIIl MANY CUSTOMERS A
AND WILL OFFER YOU GREAT BARGAINS IN
JOHN HENSLEY & SON,
DEALERS IN GENERAL
ALL STRLCTLY WINTER GOODS,
REGARDLESS OF COST!
We this day, January 1st, 1891, declare the 10 per
cent, reduction sale off and offer you greater reductions
on all REASONABLE GOODS.
J. W. AYNES & CO.
The best anodyne and expecto-
rant for the cure of colds and
coughs and all throat, lung ant.
bronchial troubles, is undoubtedly,
Ayer’s Cherry Peotoral. Ask
your druggist for it, and, at the
same time, for Ayer’s almanac,
which is free to all.
The eighth wonder of the world
Tasteless Chilf“Ton;e. It will
prove a boou to humanity. It la
the same tonic as that heretofore
sold under the same name except
that it is tasteless. Guaranteed
to cure. II. H. McConnell. lm
Notwithstanding the celebrated
Popejoy soap, Ed. Wolffarth has
on hand, seven different kinds of
soap, which he sells from 12 to 22
bars for one dollar. He also lias
the Moyune Bland mixed tea, in
pound and half pound caddies;
potted meats, chow-chow, potted
mustard, Berkshire sauce, in fact,
anything in the grocery line which
he sells cheap for cash. tf
Two till keys ofla safe, one No.
11; number of the other not re-
membered. - Any person finding
them will please leave them at the
Tire officers and employes of the
bank were kept “ hustling” to wait
on the numerous customers and
keep up with the routine work
during the past week. It was
court week and our little city was
crowded with the good people of
Quite a number have called to
examine the new safe. It is worthy
of a trip to see it and our genial
cashier takes pleasure in explain-
ing its many intricacies, when it
is “ open.”
Money matters are easing up a
little and on the edge of the finan-
cial horizon a little patch of blue
sky can be seen. Fo^ encourage-
ment in this line read Dunn’s
report of the monetary situation
for last week.
Pres. Tlios D. Sporer took a
flying trip to Sherman this week.
Miss Julia Morrison graced the
bank with her presence this week.
An additional pleasure was occa-
sioned by her being accompanied
by Miss Alice Poarcb, of Troy,
Tennessee, who has just arrived
in our city and who is a welcome
acquisition to our social circles.
Mrs. Thos. D. Sporer and daugh-
ter have returned from Sherman
and report a very pleasant trip.
Col. Edward Eastburn, of Sher-
man, Texas, a director in our bank,
is in the city this week to look
after his many interests here.
J. 0. Loving, of Lost Valley, was
a caller this week.
W. R. Green, -6f Keechi, visited
the bank and identified himself
with its interests.
E. Harrell, of Gertrude, was a
visitor; also, Sanballot Jacobs,
Newport; Z. T. Elli3ton, Chris-
tian ; and E. Riley, Decatur.
Remember that C. O. Hess keeps
a fall line of Furniture, Bedroom
Suits, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Sofas,
Mattresses, Rocking Chairs, Ta-
bles, Looking Glasses, Iron wag-
ons, Bed Springs &c. He .will be
glad to show yon his stock and
make you low prices. Call aud see
him before going elsewhere, tf
The Gazette office has receiv-
ed a new supply of Oriental Linen
Parchment stud Craue’s Linen-Let-
ter and Packet Note Heads, also,
cheaper grades of writing papers,
unruled linen aud other papers
for fine job work, a large lot of
Hurlbut and the popular Derby
royal linen legal cap papers, enve-
Having bought R. II. Coleman’s
interest in tho firm of A. Jasper
& Co., I will continue the business
at the same old stand. All parties
indebted to the above firm will
please call and settle their
counts at once, and oblige.
2t A. Jasper.
pulmonary troubles to
are exposed, Ayer’s Cherry P
Editor Gazette :
Please anuouuco through your
paper that we will begiu a revival
meeting in the Methodist church
at Jacksboro, Friday night Janua-
ry 10th. Rev. J. H. Collard, evan-
gelist, and Rev. W. II. Vaughan
will be present. Everybody come
and hear Bio. Collard and you
will be delighted.
Ministers and members of other
churches are requested to join 11s
in these special services.
S. J. Vaughan.
Do you use a lamp?, If you do,
call at my drug store, and sec the
finest and largest stock of lamps
in town. I have them from the
cheapest haud'lamp at 25 cents to
the most artistic parlor and library
lamps, both in duplex and centre
draught burners; also lanterns,
chimneys, shades and all kinds
qf burners and trimmings. My
lamps are a “ show ” in themselves,
tf II. II. McConnei.l.
SEWELL & DUNN.
Win. Timmons, Postmaster of
Idaville, Ind., writes: “Electric
Bitters has done more for me than
all other medicines combined, for
that bad feeling arising from kid-
ney and liver trouble.” John Les-
lie, farmer and stockman, of same
place, says: “ Find Electric Bitters
to be the best kidney and liver
medicine, made me feel like a new
man.” J. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town, says: Elec-
tric Bitters is just the thing for a
man who is all run down and don’t
care whether he liv£s or dies ; he
found new strength, good appe-
tite and felt just like lie had a new
lease ou life. Only 50c a bottle,
at II. 11. McConnell’s drug store.2
District court convened Mon-
day; present, Hon. J. W. Patter-
son, judge of the 43rd judicial
district; W. E. Taylor, Esq.,coun-
ty attorney; IT. M. Hoskins, sher-
iff ; D. B. Gilliland, clerk.
Visiting attorneys: Col. E. P.
Nicholson, Weatherford; B. L.
Frost, Henrietta; J mlge Alexan-
Grand jurors : J. C. Loving, fore-
man; J. A. Wall, E. Johnson, Jr.,
A. M. Lasater, A. J. Abernathie,
E. Harrell, M. L. Sikes, W. L.
Thomas, John Dobson, S. E. Scott
E. P. Earhart, and W. L. Brannum.
Petit jurors: John Stoneman,
II. W. Clingman, G. W. Bullock,
E. R. Poole, E. S. Dunn, Joe Wolf-
farth, J. R. Shackelford, P. H.
Fnllingim, John Hudson, R. B.
Harrell, J. M. Plaster, J. B. Gnynn,
W. S. Moss, A. A. McQuerv, J. B.
Wilkes, A. Bost, G. M. Vance, J.
J. Roberts, E. Hosier, H. II. Lowe,
and J. H. Kelly.
Baliffs: W. C. Newman, W. J.
Mathis, J. H. Kelly, J. J. Atkin-
son, E. T. Bigham, J. O. Coleman,
Henry Plaster, B. B. Roberts, J
TljR^MBU^^pne case set for
this week^S^|B^jury was de-
sired and it was^^Stinned unti
next week. The jury for this we£k
was dismissed without setting ou
a single case. Several oases have
been tried before the judge.
Causes, Nos. 634, 672, 805, 806
878 and 897 continued for action
in the supreme court.
No. 890. John Hill vs. Bill Evans
dismissed for want of prosecution.
No. 892 continued.
N. F. Rhoades vs. Jacob Rlioades
dismissed for want of bond to se-
No. 725. Continued to await ac-
tion of supreme court.
No. 830. Contiuued by plaintiff.
886. The Western Coal and Iron
Co. vs. E. M. Covington etal. Geo.
Spiller was appointed to locate
the boundary line of certain lands
and report at this term of court.
810. Thos. Adams vs. T. II. Hall
judgment in favor of defendant.
R. E. Carswell vs. John M.
Fuson; dismissed by plaintiff.
882. J. Converse vs. T. J.
Makeig. Judgment for the re-
covery of 480 acres moke or less
out of a 610 acre survey.
R. D. Ardney, Jr. vs. Wm. Da-
vis. Dismissed by plaintiff.
Eight bills bare been returned
by the grand jury.
Everything in court circles has
been quiet this week, but if half
the criminal cases on the docket
are tried there will be lively times
the next two weeks.
Have a Fine Assortment of Stoves,
Tinware, Fine Pocket and Table
Cutlery, etc., etc,, always on hand.
Repairing and Gutter-
ing Done on Short
Made to Order.
A Special Lot of Handsome Glass
and Queens ware for the Trade.
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE,
JACKSBORO, - - TEXAS.
DUtriet Court convenes the first lm
ty Court convenes first Monday* la Feh-
rnary, April, Jane, August, October, and
County Commissioners’ Court convene* lacotni
Mondays in February, May, August aud No-
Justice Courts convene once ever# month I
Precinct No 1, last Monday, _Jack»boro.
• • “ 6, first Thursday, Bryson.
“ “ 6, third Friday, Poet Oak.
“ “ 7, fourth Thursday, Vineyard.
Schedule of Arrivals and Depart-
ures of the Jaoksboro Mali a.
WwATHERFOEn—daily except Sundays: Leave*.
Jacksboro at 7 A. M., arrives at Weatherford
at S p. m.: Leaves Weatherford at It m.,
arrives at Jacksboro at 8 p. m.
Pecati n—daily except Snndnvs: heaves Jacks-
boro at 7 a. ret., arrives at llecutnr at low p.
m.: Leaves Decatur at 7 a. m., arrives at
Jacksboro at 5:30 p. m.
G i;aiiam -Leaves Jacksboro on Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday at 8 a.m., arrives at Jacks-
boro on Monday, Wednesday aud Fr day at
fi p. m.
Pk. Guess axd Marmatu-rje—Leaves Jacktboro
on Monday and Friday at 8 a. m., arrival at
Jacksboro on same days at 5 p. m.
iuEt —Leaves Jacksboro on Tuesday a$d *nt>.
nrday at 8 a. ra., arrives at Jacksboro same
days at 5 p. m.
Jeannette—Arrives at Jacksboro Tuesday and
Iriday at 10 a. m., leaves same days at 3;>. m.
Geo. A. Darden,
Portraits, in Oil, Water Colors
Crayon amt Pastel.
^ Copying and Enlarging fiom old Pictures a
Picture Emmies, Paintings,
All Hrancliesof the Art taught at Reasonable
Complete Stock of Pianos, Organs' and Sheet
Mnsie always on Hand.
^ Pianos and Organs on Monthly Payments.
Rev. R. C. Parmer. Pastor.
Preaching every first and second SufidftT in
each month and Saturday night before. Confer-
ence Saturday night before the first Sunday.
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. All made ■welcome-*
none neglected. ,1. N. Rogers, Snpt.
•L J. Atkinson, Secty.
Preaching each third Lord's Day at 11 ;00 a. m*
ami 7:30 p. m V. Y. Wood, Pa,tor.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. ret.
J. It. Romxsox, Superintendent.
Prayer-meeting ct,ery Wednesday night.
M. E. Oilmen SOUTH.
Key. S. .1. Varan as, Pastor.
Preaching every third and fonrth Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Class meeting third Sun-
day at 3 p. ra.
Sunday School at 10 a. m., T. X. Brown, Supt,
Rev. P. Koesai, Pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath at 11:00 a. ia. aud
8:00 p. ni. Sabbath-school at 10:00 a. m.
I raver-meeting every Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
Lome thon with us and we will do thee Food. ’ *
K. oe II. 3193
Meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday Bight* of each
mouth. Visiting brothers are invited to attend,
„ „ E. Jouxsox, Jn., Dict ator.
S. O. Callahan Reporter. ■
K. of P Lodge No. 129 meet* 2nd and 4th
I Kesdav nights in every mouth.
Fort Richardson Lodge No. 320 A. F. * A. M.
meets .Saturday night on or before full re eon In
each month. II. A. Wills, W. M.
J. G. Wills, Sccty.
CAN BY POST G. A. R. NO. 48
meets in K. of P. Hall, on the second and fonrth
" aturJays, a! 2 p. m.
II. II. MrCoxxELt., Commander.
J. W.Siakk, Adjatant. -asi*ml
A. JASPEB & COMPANY,
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
AND DEALERS IN
WEST SIDE SQUARE, JACKSBORO, TEXAS.
Jas. R. Robinson,
Attorney at Law,
Will give special attention to laid and
Has an abstract of Jack county land titles'
T. D. SPORES,
A Thriving Neighborhood in
Which More Enterprising
Settlers are Wanted.
Correspondence of the Gazette.
Union Point, Dec. 29.—There
is some sickness on Roberts’ Prai-
rie. Mrs. C. A. Bacon has been
sick some time with slow fever,
but is now able to sit up. Mrs.
Files has a severe attack of asth-
ma; also one of C. O. Weir’s
little boys is quite sick with bilious
the people need at a very low and
We rejoice with C. C. Blood-
worth in his good luck in getting
plenty of water by drilling this
week G. W. Fenter is now drill-
ing for H. W. Walker.
I will close by saying a happy
new year to the Gazette and its
many readers and may peace^and
prosperity" surround our pathways.
G. F. Wood and wife, of Willow Tfce Pleasures of the Holidays.
Point, are visiting their father and
mother Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bacon,
of Roberts Prairie.
T. and W. II. Whitsitt have re-
JCuGrC.-ar HTJ GT
Clark’s Cutaway Harro\
E III ST NOTICE!
As this is the beginning of
the year, a time wbeh all
should settle, we kindly ask
parties owing us, either by
note or account, to come in
and pay. Respectfully,
J. W. AYNES & CO.
and Cultivators, Hardware,:
8 Wine of Cardui
^dealers in medicine.
turned home again.
Work has commenced in the
Brannum coal mine again and we
learn the coal is getting better all
On the night of the 24th of De-
cember we had a Christmas tree
and before the tree was revealed
to the gaze of the large audience
we were entertained, first by a
song by the class which held the
audience spell-bound. C. C. AVeir
was then called on to make a talk
on tbe birth of Christ to the little
folks. He was followed by D. J.
Files, ou education. Essays were
read by Walter Whitsitt and Miss
Jincy Walker. Recitation by Miss
Lizzie Henderson, after which the
closing speech was delivered by
W. T. Bacon. The little folks had
a jubilee when Baida Clans put in
his appearance, and when they
began to receive their presents
they scattered smiles all around
the room. The tree was well loaded
with fine things and everything
passed of quietly with Capt. Mark
Fenter as general manager.
We have aMour and a half months
school which is being taught by
Miss Lizzie Henderson, and al-
though this is her first wc will
say she is teaching us a first class
school. We have good society,
preaching every mouth, Sunday-
school and prayer meeting every
We are needing a gin and mill
very badly as we have to haul
cotton seven and nine miles to be
ginned. A store and blacksmith
shop arc also needed and we would
say to those who are lookiug for
a location for such, come and see
before locating elsewhere. Farm
and pasture lands reasonably
cheap, plenty of timber and out-
side range. Special pains taken
to show location.
There will be a man out soon
from this neighborhood, repre-
senting a work entitled “The En-
cyclopedia of Health and Home,”
a medical work that has never
before been offered to the public. |
McELBEE’8 WINE OF CARDUI far Weak Nervo. I It is Simple and plain, jUSt Whftt
Gib town News.
OcTTuspondcnce of the Gazette.
Everything is lovely about our
little city, weather pleasant, health
good, and the farmers who have
used brain and elbow grease,
mixed with a little economy, are
doing very well considering that
about 65 per cent, of their labor
goes to help the poor. (I mean
Gibtovvn is still booming; the
new hotel is now about completed
and is a “ daisy.” We now have
two hotels, two livery stables, two
cotton gins, one blacksmith shop,
eight business houses, three
churches, (when the Baptists and
Christians get theirs completed)
aud one of the best schools iu the
county; and if there is any plage
in Jack county in need of “h6g
and hominy” just call,around aud
New Arrivals and Visitors
from Jack County.
Correspondence of the GAzTTnrr—'—_
V eal’s Station, Jan. 5—Chr
mas has come and gone, and with
it many pleasures. School was
dismissed and the rules suspended
on Wednesday the 24th for the
holidays. During the four days
following the young people were
variously amused with public en-
tertainments, socials, church ser-
vices, etc. The writer and sister
spent a part of the time very
pleasantly at Feaster, visiting Dr.
and Mrs. D. T. Works. This little
village is nicely situated about
nine miles northeast from Weath-
erford, near the edge of Pimlle
Prairie. The most attractive feat-
ure it presents to a school bpy is
a line two-story school building
which is nearing completion, anil
as we were informed will be occu-
pied in a short, time by same of
the bright faced boys and girls of
Parker county. Returning Sun-
day morning another pleasant
Sabbath was spent in * Veal’s
Monday morning school opened
with increased numbers aud inter-
est. Among the late arrivals arc
Messrs. Ben Crawford, A. S. Cecil
and Mies Jones, Boonvillo; A. W.
Whatley, Chico; John L. Kincaid,
Coryell City; Miss Sallie Harris,
Lebanon, Tenn.; aud Mr. Lafayette
and Miss Lee Henson, Jack county.
Three new houses arc in process
of erectiou and others wc hear
are to be put up soon.
We bad another violation of the
rales of school(?) last week when
Mr. aad Mrs. J. B. Wilks aud Mr.
and Mrs. Lucas, of De Gresa, en-
tered the school room. Mr. and
Mrs. Wilks were visiting their
daughter, Miss Corro, who is at-
tending school. Mr. Lucas was
prospecting for school advantages
and we hope he will have some
one here to visit soon.
We join the Gazette of last
week in its wishes for a happy
new year and would like to add
your paper to the list.
C. €. Bullock.
Surveyor, Notary Public,
General Land & Collecting Agent,
Has Only Abstract of Jack County
Office Up Stairs in Court
Jacksboro, Jack Co., Texas.
DR. M. R. BANNER
Office over J. IP. Aynes & Co.’t dtote.
Parties in Jacksboro can have
their work done at residence if
desired. All work as low at the
same class of work can be done
in West Texas.
This house has been
MRS. J. T.
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CUB-
Washisutox, Deckiibi.ii 9m 1890
Whekeas, by satisfactory evidence orcental
to the undersigned, it has been made to amipnr
that “The Fi u<t National Banc oe j Icek-
1101:0,” in the Town- of .1 ackhioho. In the
('onuty of Jack, and State of Tbeah, hi * ,
(died with all the proviaion* of th
ihel nited States, requital to lie (
liefore an ar.soelation shall be 1
eommi-ne:- the hitsiiieea of flanking;
Now THKHKIOIIE, 1, F.dward S. I^cey. Comp-
troller of the Ctirreney, do hereby eertity that
" The Klim- Natiohai. Bank of JacksauWi,”
in the Tow n of Jacksboeo, in the Cot tty of
.1 ten, and State of Texas, U author zed to
oominenee the business of Banking M BCJvideU
in Section Fifty one hundred and sixty a In* or
tbe Revised Statutes of the United State*.
In Ti.-rmo.NV whebxof witwe* my-
hand and Seal of office this 9th day of
E. 8. Lacky,
Comptroller of the Currency.
FELT costs only $2.00 per 100
square feet. Makes a good roof
for years, and anyone can pot it on.
Send for sample and fall -plfticu-
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING Co.,
39 & 41 West Broadway,
Local Agents Wanted, *
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for
Cut8, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-
ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by II. H. McConnell.
McEIre*’* WINE OF CARDUI for female diseases.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Cast-ref*.
When she waa a Child, Hie cried for Cestoria,
When she became Him, eke Hung to Ce ttoria,
.When the had Childraa, ah* pie* them Castor iA,
*©» WINE OF CARDUI, • Tonic for Wc men,
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Rogers, J. N. & Rogers, Alice M. Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1891, newspaper, January 8, 1891; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730304/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.