Transcribed by Tami Ramsey from Microfilm Reel #1320039938
Obtained from UT Center for American History
Thursday January 2, 1896
A large concourse of people assembled at the cemetery to deposit
of Grandpa McADOO in its last resting place. We did not get a biography of
the deceased; therefore we cannot give a deserving eulogy at this writing.
We learn the infant of Mr. And Mrs. Sid DERRICK who has been
sick some time,
was relieved of its pains and sufferings by death last Saturday morning. We
extend our sympathies to the bereaved relatives and friends
A son was born to Mr. And Mrs. Joe McADOO
J.C. BUTLER to Miss Ada McADOO; J.V. CARVILLE to Miss S.A.
ALLEN; Jno. H.
HERRING to Miss Ella LOVE; W.T. RASCO to Miss B. VAUGHN.
Robert GARNER and family returned to Comanche and will make
their home here
again. They have located on the H.R. MARTIN farm south of the city.
J.D. BONNER & Co. have moved their drug store from the
east to the west side
of the square. They no occupy the building vacated by R.W. TURNER.
Miss Fannie FRANKLIN came to spend the holidays with the old folks.
D.A. STRAIN and Joe RODGERS left Monday for Ft. Worth, to attend
of Dr. C.F. RODGERS
S.F. REESE and wife of Canton were visiting in the city last
week, the guest
of their brother, Wm REESE
Ras. GAYE, who has been working the stock of R.W. TURNER, Sipe
W.T. HURST of Sidney was in Comanche Monday, and kindly remembered
J.H. LLOYD was in the city Monday