PERSONALS….THE DAWSON HERALD 1914
H I Duke of
Purdon was in the city between trains Wednesday.
F N Matthews of
Purdon attended the singing and visited relatives here Sunday
Haston Earl Duke married Annie Jewell Matthews, daughter of
Matthews. Their son was Sparton S Duke
Mrs Gray Sims
visited friend and relatives in Hubbard Tuesday.
Mrs. Sims…nee Ethel Norris…was a Hubbard native.
fountain for sale or trade. Will sell at bargin. See C C Turner
Mrs. J R Smith
spent Sunday in the city with Mrs. W W Turner and family
Mrs. James Rucker Smith…nee Annette Wheelock…was a siter of Mrs.
Turner…nee Olivia Wheelock
Mrs. W W Wilson of Hubbard came in
Wednesday morning for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. R H Comer.
Don’t foget us
when you have butter, eggs, and chickens to sell. We pay top market price.
Homer Fullerton & CO.
Simms of Hillsboro spent Sunday in the city with home folks.
button. Initials V. C. S. engraved on it. Keepsake and valued highly.
Return to Herald office and receive reward.
12, is Abraham Lincoln’s 106th birthday. Both banks will be
closed on that day. Take notice and govern yourself accordingly.
I have a large
supply of wood. C M Dempsey Route 3, Dawson
Clarence Marshall Dempsey b. 1867 was son of Michael Doyle Dempsy, born 1837
Tennessee, died 1884 at Dresden, Texas.