The Comanche Chief, Comanche, Texas, 10 April 1880
We sympathize with Mr. Thos. HOLCOME in the death of one of his children last week.
Charley, a son of Mr. B.S. PARKER, died this week at his home near Proctor.
Died, at her residence, in Cato, Crawford County, Kansas, Feb. 4th, 1880: Mrs. Elizabeth E. COONROD, in the 45th year of her age. Deceasedís maiden name was Garrison and a former resident of Texas. Relatives are requested to address John COONROD, Cato, Crawford County, Kansas, for further particulars.
J.E. STANCIL, now convalescent, tenders his thanks to his many friends for their assistance and kindness while he was sick with pneumonia; also a word of thanks to his worthy physician Dr. ROBERTSON for his close attention and kind services.
Mrs. J.E. CANANís school has closed for this session.
The remains of Mrs. DANLEY were interred at the grave yard Sunday afternoon.
HOOD & HOLMSLEY will drive two herds of cattle from Comanche county this year, of 1,500 head each.
District Attorney J.M. MOORE left here Tuesday for the purpose of attending District Court at Brownwood.
Paschal TUCKER, of Dallas, a son of our Dr. G.W. TUCKER, is in the city, visiting relatives.
Mr. Rufus HOLLAND and family, accompanied by young Mr. SHROPSHIRE, have gone west on a fishing excursion.
J. Howard PEAKE, the irresistible hardware drummer, is due here today.
Rev. Mr. SARTWELLE has accepted a ministerial call from Springfield, Illinois. He will leave in a few days for his new home.
Mr. Geo. D. YATES, a brother of our popular deputy Sheriff, arrived from Greensboro N.C. yesterday. He comes to locate in our town, and we hope he will be satisfied with his new home.
©2004 Judith Michaels. This transcription is the generous work of Judy Michaels taken from microfilm held by the Newspaper Collection of the University of Texas at Austin with a microfilm copy at Comanche Public Library. The information may be used for personal research only and not for commercial purposes without specific permission.