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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 24 December 1881

the fort griffin echo J Polled Cattle. XYour lux < xi ir«-«l It vox iIikI ii vi'<>" on llii- margin of this jiiiper. l'leaw.'roiuit SATl'ltDAV. I>KC. 24. I8S1 To while away the time, fash- ionable younpr ladies in Cleve land play poker, one cent ante, among themselves. One young lady says she "is way ahead of the game." ^ t ^ . V; Isaac Bassett, "the doorkeeper of the "United States. Senate, completed lifty ^araof piiblic service on Monday last, lie hav- ing beep employed as a page on the recommendation of Dan- iel Webster, on - December 5, 1880- v,-Kv Tbe Eono had something to nay a few months ago about Jim Crow lawyers who ooiild not write a bill of sale that would hold water, but the Victoria Ad- vocate puts it much stronger than did the Eouo. We are pleased to be' able to say for the credit>>f Shackelford'county, that U is free from the kind the Advocates alludes to in the followiilgj ; all' the coutemptable creatnras in society it is the soaakiiig humbug who c...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 24 December 1881

9 — «"TT THE FORT GRIFFIfl ECHO. SATUKI'A V. WKC- 24. issi. XXOX/C12 NEWS. on *• . ®h Y®* 0,1 v®*- Those holiday goods have arrived at O.M«yer'a store, Port. Griffin, y ' . :■ *47 _CR ANBJCBRIKS, FKESU CHAN- BEBKIJ£8,#t \1 " Y-l'-D. M. CO. — loltl (iltlKKIN CAN STILL P.OAST Till; l,.\K(iKST STOCK Oi<* OKXKHAL MKUCUANDISK l\ WKS- TK1JN l'KXAS. SATISI'Y YOUU- SKI.VK.S ItV CA LI.INU at VOlllv-l'A ItKlCK-DK Al'KU Mi'i-ciilUiU' Co Wanted. I lively body to come ami tak«* | a. look at. my holiday goods bo- | lure purchasing elsewhere. *47 (J. MKVKU. —Mr. E. VV, McColl leaves Us to-day Htid wiH be absent until grass grows. He visits his old home and friends in Huston. —The inerctjiy was" down to 24 Wednesday morning, that being the coldest of the season. —Don't fail to examine Ke- nan's toys and fancy goods. *47 —Everything Good at the Cattle Exchange to night. *47 —ISheriff Hollis of Throck- morton coanty suent a couple of day« in town this week. ■ - ' —Cro.to 0. Meyer's and see the mul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 24 December 1881

tJokoo. ■ r, I dare say," (*wb t happen- be; p* if . .. MB-* Uto I # the; 4tferf, kkfi* " HE •"w. samm JBRING Vault " % JOB "WORK ' p|fc: $£>* ■.. ^"''r *3ikibuv' ■■>■'' J . : hopp*^ ■ , '^.'gi ^:..,' : ^ • f: "*"& S vrtWlAt, DIRECTORY Of SilAOK 8TOCK MARiti AND BRANDS £• PV1'"KW^ *'«* UrlUlu. Texas" ELFQRD COUNTY. jjtu jomoial umtujut: j ( T,B. Wheeler. Jmljp;, A. ,R. Coleman, Attorney. 'J'ttrui* of Ciinrt licl-t ou the. (Mil Monday after tlie 1st Monduv l:i April. Aniriutuml Decoiiier of eacli year, mnl continue* in (tension ouu week*, cop tv corn*; l>rtw* for civil and probate liudtii'** l 'M ■ On «|mk 3rd Momkiy* in January. March. Slay, .Inly, #i.>l KovinUer (if fiicli' I'rimiinl ' held«n thi 3rd Monday i.i each ■ mouth. ■ „■'• '" • -V./ ' - ■. «— ; •• WIIHT* W'UMI*«|i>i«*a*CoUHT: . J. L. County yrr iilln<r ©fleer. ■ >:■■'• ' J.Lvx<' «* ('"in. . Pri'e't No. 1 ■J. tf.4fcTtitfcwa '• 4 'a ; ,4k " ■" , K.K.CiOU M*. • 'V " '4 Rewil' r tcrltf* <>b th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 December 1881

TH£ FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. Morning i'l every Saturday —at-- rO*T«iW«'|,'INt : : TEXAS, v ai'MCHirr >«c: ! One CopTone year. ..$2.00. ZlTeOpw* " " ......... 8.75. •Tea HQ - " " 15.00. AiMdesa, Edna. a. IV ROHSOX, Proprietor. Office of I'i'blication : Noktu Sxdk Griffin Avenue. Entered at tihs I'ostoffick as Srco.sp Class Matter. FORT GRIFFIN, SHA< KELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY. DEC: 31, 1881. NO. -59 PROFESSIONAL. * $ N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, ]{obeekj^« Wheeler County, Texas Btulneai In >inv fort of H > I'mlmm'.e of Tejwe emrii8t«tl to me, will iw.ve prompt attention. •''' t. B. HAVIEH. : xiwTER, . FOKT; jRBiFrisr, - >< • . TKXAS. Willijywtfc* In *11 cnurt* of this jOTtyanoea. <mMitr*«• ••. > ••.. Jjty wUH tli«' common ami' audacf a* HKriii. Of nn<] clilliii Mflvcrfil s Union. II. «ELTE.\. NKY AT LAW, .TK AGKJrr AND HEAL- TH JCXCHANUE, Texas. A duns .'A- Texas. Henry Warrm ' TWU. 3-3S -MS- NOTARY PUBLIC Tex*« AGENT qrarterof million belcmglogto the tawie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 December 1881

THE,FOftT GRIFFIN ECHO. ^ XY<mr, mlHc.iiptloa lws ".Aplrtd ll you rt u ttr<i . oii the margin oi" iM* ^ihjV. Ilvwe Uttr All RATUliDA V. DEC. 31. ISS1 Oh^yes, we ulmost" forgot Christmas gift. • un l> -r is gi't'iit- j Ma tin. Mousing ami Hill, d>'ad aniiml. Jieitintin^ with a seorti ^ biiuul by ii iviui \vo|ild-belor alive. The men cam* south ; t f men ttiey succeed in putting { advertisers who often demand j through the territory and una rope on the animal, and something for nothing with the expectation of heating him out ol about halt of the nothing. You a to not the only one friend learns that eight desperadoes Kansas bas 1.24ft,467 head of entile, wo*tl> $32 381,543. TMBtwk-Oi nntv News makes a had,.;break in-advocating a di- riaioa of. the State. ; • • . - ■ Small |k>jc is raging througfi- outthe country to such an ex ten* that it lias become an eptdjMbta '^committee on nil 1- r por.ted favorably ng Gen. Grant on the iet the army. emphatically 9ny< the giea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 December 1881

THc FORT GRIFFIN ECtlO.: • - .iiy • • r.rtr-.v«v a SATURDAY. EC. 31. ISsl. OME XCEW , Oh Yes, Oh Yes. Thoio^"holiday Roods haw — '••••:: r "i : \* i •. ■; >. ;• <_«_ i ill. i *!'.";!• )• • io't <<!"V."K \ !. UKt.' il AN jit i\V! s. rThUN' 1 KX.\S. ■ SAT!>KV •jVuLyi:*. \ c.vr.i.iN ; m . I ^ OiIK^'A UK 1.1 v-i JI! A i'K11 Mi-roaitlili-t o. Vi".-- v. il! v:stt> o::i- :i AIIjahj- «•«( week, ulieti c n ill u|h> hi* umu> s sr. :,I; sr €N .*I I. ;TK nud Rc;iOi: cf i'r.o School E.V- : msnt-r irtanciul and Otherwise. fcniTott Ken >—Dear r^.r; Ciiivii'iuSTMork i.f ;:o«m{>4 cv , have the plea stir. *'V in Kluvtioltoid county. 4'ai: on us mu«1 be — cuiiviu cod. • —Tln-ie was a dance al Mr. i *- P. E C'OXK V ft CO. «rrl*«lacC. Meyer's store, Fun i uave j^r^ir'a residence Tutus-i '■ ' s,rl *^~lday iti^ltf, —Judge Stribling's little ba- |am* byii IVY BioH with pneuino- se'v<*,J e's,,!, ,1,ey would not have continued tlie festivities until daylight. next morning. On...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 December 1881

Prt*. BRING YOUB t prmy—to pray ^ 0 official d i recto sty qrsUACK j 3TQCK. XJLAltxS AND BRANDS | *• r. Kajierg, Kort Urllltii. SLFORP COtJXTl. lira u'Diciii mutator: T. B. M'IhwIw, Judge, A. B. Colwwun. AWnrn«r. Iurm* -of Court* b<* l oil Ik* fttlt lUwhViAer the 1st Uo.-itlMv la April. Aitjnut>tn<i l>rc.-iu«-r of «•■ :)> ;Mr,wlMattini«i lit <*-m'h>a onu *•**. . . | lUiic-h U wiltk WV t of towu ou Clear' With tbc imbm and poat-office addrt'M ot Kork. 0«;«r . Tenu*>for arirertlglnc brand* or "• llorw | rintiiiffnardsmule known ou .application-' . It mm I i mr r«rtk nn<u x «twjk in auy <>r „ . ,r followinft brands, will ftoufi-r a favor upon < " the owi)tir« by notifying Uiem by posml • on left eitrd or V>Uinrwi«>. THE BEST —* cocxtv curat; ..... .,... bstcigii BRVXoM'S A MA I THK^ >. nftin, on «. n* ui Urlfti^lVxit*. BnnoJi on and Tu nt 1 w '<. flMknl rounty. p. <|. *>r: Advertising Medium fe r ;'J; i #> •w-~T2rrr--'' U, ?>«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 7 January 1882

IV"- the fort griffin echo. I'ubllibed ovcry Sutuntn) Moruh< —AT— ,.ol!T UBIFFIN, : : : TF.XAS. gllBHl'HUTION : One Copy Ol ' ••••••-? 2,00. Five Copies- " " S.70. ■J'n •' " PJJO; AiIIMMH, a. ir itonsoy,. i'ru« *utur. J. N. BHO WNINQ, . Attorney at Law, Mobeetie. Wlwltr County, Texas. Business lit nny port of the Pimhnwllo of Tex** entrusted to me, will receive* prompt attention. w*t * ''"fciVr i* w«. - ) OrncB or Pubi.icatiox : North 8u>k Griffin Avrkuk. Entkhed at ttib I'ostojtick. a* Skcon-i. t'r.am Mattur. VOL. C. R. I> VVJLES, J.0RT GRIFJIN. - - - , Tr'X y<' 'wul |irti<;tte« in nil con41• rsf *y>: s ?*.•.: <. ^r,t ap'^Hwyaire*. 'i i' is .. i (trii'f ctimfttifty '■-wit'l.i:-. t1«>- common .-n il li'-t us nx-uf.. _ w iv c.nijii) iv;-.a« i .1 In All Union. v r:: "— 9..MEIiYE3r. . • fgnSY AT LAW, 'AGENT AND l>fiAL- EXCHANGE, Texan. poi>dcnts—Adtiu« <Sr «ejrn < Bunkln* Leonard. <6 Co,, _IV* 8. lU'iiry Warren •lord. 'l'exas. 3-3 •f tor®* I the P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 7 January 1882

THE fOAT GRIFFIN ECHO. -rr Your nib«crtptloi liu expired il X von And a cross on the mnrxin of thin p,prffPtoMeremlfc SATURDAY. JAN. T. 1882 The Colorado Courant just humped itself and pot oat a donbie sheet New Yean. ^ 1 ■■—— Tbeuotton Exposition at At- lanta closed with imposing-cere monies at < p. m. last Saturday. 8k bnndred shoemakers in Henderson's factory in Chicago, struck against a redaction ot wsges latf"week. ■ fc >• — Tdeold^ear straggled hard in its death at St. Louis. The last day and night the weather was co)d*nd lota of snow fell. ; ■ Y 1 * for some time ing ap young, on a farm near pp$ na. -It wa* iljr and found feet between the tswantOov- oall for an A Terrible Tracedy. Th« following special wa sent from Graham, on Sunday to the Fort Worth Democrat- Ad vnnce: "A terrible tragedy took place here tbis morning, which resulted in the instant death of four men, and the wounding of two or three others, one of them perhaps fatally. The three murderers of Martin at B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 7 January 1882

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO.* SATL'ttDAY, JAN. 7. 1851. 41 - AI.KMilN HATS :.| \ -I' l> M. t it. 'I i i til HOME NEW8. . -CRANBBUKIKS, FUKSH CUAN- BKBK1KS, at 47 v-p-D. m. CO. —The town was full of wag- ons yesterday morning. ^-potatoes. onions and ap- ples. w y-p-p. 11. co. —Charley Meyer and Frank Conrad came in ' from Albany Sunday afternoon. —Not a day pa* sea but there are ten to fifteen wagonB in town loaded with bones, all bound to the railroad. -«&enan will order any kin d. of book for'you at pu'olisKers' prices. " *42t —Judge Striblrng mourns the death by poison of his two val- uable shepherd dogs. Th'jy got thbir dose Saturday morn- ing la*t. . —Buckwheat Hour, Oatmeal, and mluoe meat, at *4C , C. MEYEB'B, ,.\.i . ' ^ '■ ■, j ■ Wednesday morning we were pleased to meet Messrs. Ad- dington and Jessup, of Stephens «onQt?i They are on the look ont for «ome one who h^s a small bunch of sheet) to sell. OEAOqUARTEBS. M&R- ♦38 of Hartfieid & ,T. r wa« diS; -'—'the first ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 7 January 1882

an Shall Hot Entor. bring yoi |MMn ago, id timet) so remota that history does not tlx (be 'epoch, a dreadful war by thb king of Scot- land - Scottish T&lor prevailed, und the king elated by his sao- wsm sest for his Prime Minis- ter, Lord Alexander. *Well, Sandy," said he, "is there neVjr a king we eanna conqnornoor ti p|«a«e your majesty, Uiat your maj- , vanquish." >is be, Sandy I" ... •Ji'jdti \:t i>UA^k, y.t.f.it;'< cm.srr. 1-111 JUDICIAL Dismicr: J. G. KENAN & CO. DRUGGISTS, JOB WORK T. B. Wheeler, Judge, A. R. Coleman.' PmiT rPTPc-IV tt-vac Attorney. I'tfiu* of Court held on uKlrflfl, • - TEXAS, the 5th Momlay after the l.t Mo..d.iy } Kwp constantly on hand a complete In April. August mill IVo-incr of each assortment of yeur,aiideoutiuue>i4n«c4.tio!i one week.; nRIHX a VI I w'i1 corntv coruT; Terra* for el *11 ami probate liu«luei> held on the 3rd Monday* in .Ittmuiry, March. May. July, Septeuilier and November of each ye*r. Orlnihi l term* held on th 3r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 14 January 1882

the fort griffin echo. ' .-<rtCA J* • ' rubtllhed every SMuiduy Hutuiug •Very Sat u i iluy • * —AT— J' KIN j : i ,{ TEX.Vb. • •HMscitii'-riuN: tine Copy o«'V (■'Ive Cnpto* • rc" Adddew, year $ *2.00. " 8.75. " - 10.00. O. IK ROBSOV, Jfroprittor, Okkick op Publication : North 8ij>k Uuipfi.n Avknuk. Entehed at tux 1'ostokfice as 3r.cit.vj> Class Mattku. VOL. 3. FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1882. PROFESSIONAL. ft " Surviving • Very Extraordinary Wound. The Return of the Mule. Opening of the United State* DIs trlct Court at Washinrton Over Their Steak. J. N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, Mdbeetid, Wheeler County, Texas. i any part of the Panhandle ■tea to me, will receive j p. DAVIES lWYER, TEXAS. all court* of this State, now, contractu. et !., in wltli,. th« common and 1 act a* avrnt. i and claim* recovered rCTnlon. ' HELV£N IKY AT LAW, AGENT AND DEAL- EXCHANGE, Mna & arren '«• M3 Texas. ■TKEL, UkPmtee vMik ■ >+> <r£ ■ million tlw St* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 14 January 1882

1|.;V K; m m m Kw,v i XVinir miWriptioii 1ia« <-xpirvd it yo HimI n cross on the margin of this palier. I'Waw remit SATURDAY. JAN. 14. 1882 The (Julveston Board of Health want to quarantine against small-pox, bat it has no money to pay uecesaary ex jiensea. A lire iu Weatherford Mou- day night destroyed Lapow- eki's, Evans & Martin's, and Brunawig's stores. Loss about 45,000, partly covered by in- surance. A stone bridge to be built at Mitineopolis bids fair to become one of the notable structures of the world. It will consist of sixteen 80 feet spans and four 100 feet spans, and,- including the fehore pieces, will have a total length of 1,900 feet. It will support two railwipfracks nt a height of .over^jd||y feet above the water,, tfll-iill run diagonally across the river be- low Sir Authony's Vails. The coat is estimated at 9600,000. / ALFALFA. 1g^ps to organise at ouce. I urn ' . . Mobeetik, Jan. 8. j informed that upward* of nine-' \ eatber is hue here. Theitv numug Luvu ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 14 January 1882

n saturday. JAN. 14. 18X2. HOME NEWS. Interesting Facts. Ranchmen and farmers need not go farther from home to get «upplies than Fort Griffin, where the York-Parker Drapei- Mercantile Company will con* tinue to keep a splendid assort- ment and sell at lowest pi ices. " *51 —Mr. J. M. Cuop returned to Colorado City yesterday. -potatoes. onions and ap PLfiS. 5T v Y-M>. M, CO, —Pick Jones spent most of the week in Albany. —Kenan order any kind of book for you at publishers' prices.*49 —John Bradley has been con- fined to :his bed most of the week. ■stockmen's headquarters. - '■"-iBKBR-DRAPER JtER- Schmidt, and Duke iday for a? Visit to %lie. r- Jewelry of all disurip FrAnkkl's. —Frank Moody came in this hi* old friends assortment of Hard* Wy, at C. Meter's iK« 1 left. look *at the Mlnerai 5* ... . VWfUO 111 1jfht, retarn- toon. ' :'y —Mrs. llervey and Mrs. Walsh have opened out the old Wilson house and are keepi^jr it in first class style. See their advertisement in this paper. of r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 14 January 1882

if. Kf p m m - Chsciv. The American Agriculturalist lias liii« to «ay about cheeae 1 and its consumption : ( "Qui- population is now fifty million*, and we ought to con- Buiuti the: eta tire cheese product of the country. It amounts an- nually to 400,000,000 pounds und of this about 126,000,000 pounds are exported. England lias a population of about 25,- 000,000, and her annual cheese consumption Is over 600,000,000 pounds, or 20 pounds per capita. If we consumed annually our wUole product, it would be only at the rate of 8 pounds, per capita, but as we us* no more BK1N(J YOUR JOB WORK TO TBW OFFTr,M vwcrrtxt-bt smc*> " ■« yj,FuM' covsrr. v RtrlAli & /Lu i2rn ji i-k iai. nisTK:c i(: ECHO OFFICE. tual consumption la 6 1-2 lbs per capita. If we used cheese heiress freely as in England, our annual consumption would juire one thousand million There is not the prop- HO HICKMAN BEOS., Druggists, livery, feel stable and Attorney. ivr^W^^r$~ r0KT ukifkin-. . . texas. WAGON YARD. the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 21 January 1882

y £ FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. il>ll«lted every HutuitUy Morning —AT— r v)KT OKIKKIN, : i : ; TEXAS. tH'SSCKIITlUN : '■ Hue Copy one year— ....$2.00. Klve Copies " " — 8.76. Ten 15.00. Adddew, O. H' RORSON, Proprietor. GRIFFIN ECHO. VOL. 3. Office or Pcbmcation : North Sipk Cihikpix a vkxck. Extkkcd at Tint IWorFiCK ah Skiusk ('lam Mattkk. ] FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1882. NO. 52. THE ECHO JOB OFFICE 1- rUpi'lirti :i« u '>«' • :'.ut1 rl .mi* t« J*; \ u The Best Press inthe Country. Our nrici'ft v«v .luti Wm l; nir :h Inw :iii i imv i'i> ntr\ nlHev run \M>tk l< i :ii l livi'. PROnCBStONAL. J. N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, Mobeetu, Wheeler County, Texas. Business In any port of the Panhandle of Tex*i entrusted to me, will receive prompt attention. O. B. DA VIES. LAWYER, POST OBimK, .... TEXAS. WD |«Mtiee1n «R court* of this State, iow, oontnctn. etc.. In with the common and adtos agent. made and claims recovered in all ports of the Union. H. B....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 21 January 1882

tflSSFOflT GRIFFIN ECHO.) Albin* Ittmi. i Shooting to Kill. From our regular correspondent. Tbe telegraph brings ns word ■V'Hir MilHcriptl4 n "hj ••xptrtii if _roU4n<ta erosionUi<> iiiarjrln of Oil* puinr. Plww remit 1L.-.iji. i -..-l.-u ■^HPWSBDAY,■ JAN. 21. 18SS. ■■ s-mmmms. FINIS. This issue of the Ecuo closes its. third volume arid its exist- «>nee. For three years we have labored to give our patron* a good local paper and we flatter ourselves we were successful. We have nra.de money here, but so many have moved ivi contemplate seeking cations, we feel that it ia linancially to, longer • the publication of the ^C^pf- Agat to t forth to our old and l heretofore, but LYtfpt we will Inform when the time A lb ant, Jan. 16. Wiuter at last. Those who fondly imagined that we would have no cold weather this win- ter are now convinced that no reHauce is to be placed on Tex- as weather. The fierce norther uow blowing is a source of com- fort to those ouly who had laid in a big...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 21 January 1882

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. SATURDAY. JAN. *1. 1-^2. — R E, Conrad & Co. are parking up their goods prepiuu- | lory to moving to Albany. HOME NEWS. -—Ask Frank Uuckeit bow came bis wye out- and his nose not hrtrt. He will" not get an- gry at the question but will re- fer you to Mark HeuiuhiU or Interacting Facts. Ranchmen and farmers neod not go- farther Irom home to get aoppliea llian Fort OM« ask ,f „ it where the York Parker Draper! • _ _ Mercantile Company will «on- tinoe to keep a splendid assort- ment and pell at lowest prices, *51 —"-Dr. W, M. Powell and wife tfelted Albany Thursday. ~Prof. Patton wants to buy sfeir hundred good sheep. '■—The telegraph line bus been copplet-d to Albany. "i^rr-K^nan'will order any kind for you at publishers' . *49 I yo.png norther sprung op this' foreuoon and firewood | in demand. ' ■' • -• f •. ■. • - '■ •a HKADQUARTEB8. ' i1.DHAPKR JiKBr iwariz left here ; Colorado City. In a few days. - t jewelry of •lldisorip .FBANRXL'S. • ;:4" --:v': , - •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 21 January 1882

John Dulx i« took a great dual of trouble to g* t a good pair of boots in fit. Louis for nothing. but 1m achieved auc- oeae. Ho *u a traveler stay- ing at the Grand Central Hotel. He wntt to a store and ordered finest pair that could be M exact In Us ,« • *Mhe Material and style,' and wished them sent to bis room at a eertain time. Tben be gave the; order in another store, except that the defivery was to be n^i katfafel^liw; The htywbo brought the first pair waa sent Uack to have the left boot stretched, and the boy one. Dubois then put on rl two rsaiasnts, Ibr which be! the first , W ahtrbOUWtfc^^ • HI ■ ■« II BRING YOUH JOB WORK TO Tl !ovriviAu viM&cTfotr OF SHACK*. i KI.FOItit COL'XT}'. lira JL'MCUL UlbTKlCT: I J. 6. KENAN A CO. DRUGGISTS, T. B. Wheeler, Judge, A. U. C'uWoun, i pimi1 iiril'lmv Attorney. Tcn£s of Court held oh : FUK1 tLN the Mh Monday alter the Ht Monday Kern constantly lu April. August and IWwcr of each year, and couUiinea In M«ioii one wirk. OOCXTT COVBT ; T...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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