The Comanche Chief, Comanche, Texas, 3 November 1888
Mr. A.M. FAGAN was a pleasant caller this week.
Dr. G.W.L. ROBERTSON, of Desdemonia, was in town Thursday.
Miss Lola BURKS, of Whitney, is visiting relatives in Comanche this week.
Mr. MILLER, of Glenrose, called in this week and subscribed for the Chief.
Mr. G.A. CHILTON and lady returned last Friday evening from the Dallas Fair.
Mr. Milton PITT, of the Proctor precinct was a contributer to the Chief this week.
Mr. C.W. CHURCHWELL, one of the Chiefís substantial supporters, was in our office Monday and renewed his good will towards the Chief.
Mr. J.B. THOMSSON, the nominee of the Democratic party for Commissioner of the Comanche precinct, was in town Thursday, the first time since his recent protracted spell of sickness.
Mr. J.E. MURPHY, of Brownwood, arrived in the city last Tuesday with his family and will make this his future home. Mr. MURPHY is an experienced miller and is employed in the Roller Mills.
John CHILTON is a thorough going barbeque manager. Nothing in the way of details is omitted or overlooked by him, and as a consequence, it may be fairly predicted that todayís rally will be a grand success.
One yoke of good young cattle. Inquire of Fred GRIMM
I have for sale about fourteen head of good smooth mules from fourteen and a half to sixteen and a half hands high. Will sell the whole lot or in pairs, to suit purchasers. Address or call on Edwin AINESWORTH, Bibb, Comanche Co., Tex.
Miss Mary ROBERTS has opened a music school at the residence of Mrs. ROWE. She teaches vocal and instrumental music through bass and harmony. Terms $4 per month.
J.H. HARPER has sold his barber shop to A.E. ANDERSON, and will leave for Brownwood next week.
Having concluded to change my business, I will close my books on Nov. 1, 1888, and all who are indebted to me are respectfully requested to come forward and settle. R.W. TURNER
To those who owe me I wish to say: If you donít like to be dunned call and make settlement at once. I have neither the time or inclination to run after people or stand on the streets and watch for them. To those who think it cheaper to change doctors than to pay up, as some have done, I bid you God speed. I cannot live on corn and sorghum alone, I must have some money. If you donít heed this call, look out for John STEPHENSON. C.F. PAINE
My wife, Frances CARR, having left my bed and board, all persons are hereby warned that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her from and after this date.
Oct. 13, 1888 Wm. CARR
©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.