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Indexed Oldest Wise County Messenger Newspapers

Indexed are all local names and stories of interest in these older papers bow.

Newspaper Abbreviation Years Available Transcribed Indexed
Wise County Messenger WCM 1880-Present 1880-1910 1880-85+1899-1939
Decatur News DN 1893-1934 1893-1910 1928-1934

All names indexed by Edna Wood (8,761 names)
Newspaper was first the Paradise Messenger and then the Alvord Messenger.
Contact the museum for images of the full articles.

Last Name, First Name Type of Article Notes Yr-Mo-Day-Pg
Abell, Capt. Story A citizen of Palo Pinto county 1880-12-10-pg03
Abernathy, J.W. Story Only have one wife [letter to editor] 1884-09-12-pg06
Abernathy, J.W. Story Sends Messenger to brother in Roanoke 1884-10-17-pg05
Abernathy, J.W. Story Sends Messenger to Tenn. 1885-10-17-pg04
Abrams, L. Story Was in Fort Worth 1885-11-21-pg07
Adair, Bro. L.S. Story Officer of Farmers Alliance 1885-08-01-pg01
Adair, Bro. L.S. Story Organized Alliance at Annieville 1885-08-08-pg06
Adair, Chas. Story Planning of the Old Settlers Reunion 1881-06-17-pg02
Adair, John Story Under charge of cattle stealing 1884-09-19-pg07
Adair, L.S. Story Of Decatur, are alliance men 1885-04-25-pg07
Adair, L.S. Story Commissioned as assistant lecturer 1885-08-22-pg07
Adair, L.S. Story Accepted position as clerk 1885-09-12-pg07
Adair, LS. Story Favors W. F. Tucker 1885-08-08-pg07
Adair, LS. Story Sargeant at arms 1885-08-15-pg07
Adair, Miss Ona Wedding Wed to G.P. Taylor 1885-09-05-pg07
Adair, Mr. John Story Of Cactus Hill buying cattle 1881-02-11-pg03
Adair, Wm. Wedding Wed to M. E. Riddle 1883-03-02-pg05
Adams, A..L. Story Constable, resignation 1885-10-10-pg04
Adams, Annie Wedding Wed to Mr. David Bridges 1881-11-25-pg03
Adams, Capt. Frank Death Died in Fort Worth 1881-04-01-pg02
Adams, George Death Age 19 struck by lightning 1884-08-01-pg01
Adams, J.W. Story Sent letter to late 1880-10-15-pg03
Adams, James Story Enlist in Capt. Ira Long's Company 1880-05-14-pg03
Adams, Milton Story Letter from old time friend 1883-10-26-pg03
Adams, Miss Bertie Wedding Married Mr. John Stovall 1880-09-03-pg03
Adams, Miss Jennie Wedding Wed to Mr. Ed Lee 1881-11-25-pg03
Adams, Miss P.A. Wedding Wed to W.N. Thompson 1884-01-18-pg03
Adams, Mr. J.T. Story Persons wishing sewing done 1884-01-04-pg02
Adams, Mrs. M.L. Story Adjudged insane 1885-07-18-pg07
Adams, Sol Story Fined $25 for carrying 1885-02-07-pg07
Adams, Tom Story Arrested for cutting fence 1885-06-06-pg07
Adams, W.A. Story Our elderly neighbor 1881-02-25-pg03
Adams, Willis A. Story Located at Red Gap in Eastland County 1881-04-29-pg03
Addison, Dan Story A negro, gave bond in county court 1885-04-25-pg07
Add-Ran College Story Orphans home established 1881-04-15-pg02
Add-Ran College Story Three hundred pupils enrolled 1885-09-19-pg07
Add-Run College Story 300 matricalates at Thorp Springs 1880-07-16-pg04
Add-Run College Story College at Thorp's Springs 1880-12-24-pg02
Add-Run College Story Hood County, 250 students 1883-10-12-pg02
Adkison, Mr. Paul Wedding Married to Miss Nancy J. Duncan 1881-05-20-pg03
Aebly, Miss Susan Wedding Wed to Sanky Smith 1885-07-25-pg08
Akard, Prof. Story Of Veal Station, teaching at Boonsville 1884-01-25-pg03
Alamo Story The fall of the Alamo [long story] 1884-10-10-pg04
Alderman, Prof. Story Of Chico, take a lecture tour 1884-05-09-pg03
Alderman, Rev. J.F. Story Chico school professorship 1884-01-18-pg03
Alderson, E.W. Story Of the Methodist Church to have debate 1881-07-08-pg02
Alderson, Prof. Story Of Chico, delivered triple series 1884-05-30-pg03
Alderson, Prof. Story Of Chico, intending to deliver triple series 1884-06-20-pg02
Alen, Sheriff Story Summoning jurors 1881-04-01-pg03
Alexander, Bro. J.M. Story In distress circumstances 1885-11-28-pg06
Alexander, Crockett Story Will commence school at Shady Grove 1885-10-10-pg07
Alexander, J.C. Story Sends Messenger to W.B. Alexander 1885-08-15-pg01
Alexander, J.O. Story List of county notaries 1885-03-14-pg04
Alexander, James Story Arrested for horse stealing 1885-05-30-pg05
Alexander, James M. Story Postmaster at Crafton 1884-09-12-pg05
Alexander, Miss Delia Wedding Wed to R.T. Dinwiddie 1885-11-07-pg06
Alexander, Mr W.G.. Story Bought a farm on Garrett's creek 1881-12-16-pg05
Alexander, Mr. Story Of Boonsville, visited New Orleans 1885-06-27-pg06
Alexander, Mr. J.C. Wedding Wed to Miss Ella Collom by Rev. Mr. Brown 1881-08-12-pg03
Alexander, Mr. W.G. Story Well developed chicken with 4 legs 1881-05-20-pg03
Alexander, Mr.J.M. Story Has bought drugstore here 1881-01-07-pg03
Alexander, W.G. Story Greenback appointment 1880-09-10-pg04
Alexander, W.G. Story Did not move off, rented place on Garrett's 1881-01-14-pg03
Allen, Ben F. Story List of county notaries 1885-03-14-pg04
Allen, Bunk Story Of the city on the hill 1884-01-25-pg03
Allen, Bunk Story Trial set for Tuesday 1885-09-05-pg07
Allen, Ex-Sheriff Story Donated $5 to Fannin Co. murdered sheriff 1885-05-23-pg08
Allen, H.C. Story Our friend of Willow Point 1885-10-10-pg07
Allen, Hugh Story Of Black Creek, brother of sheriff 1885-02-28-pg01
Allen, infant Death child of H. C. Allen, mother ill 1883-03-23-pg05
Allen, Infant Death Child of Sheriff Allen was buried 1884-09-12-pg05
Allen, Infant Death Child of Hugh Allen of Black Creek 1885-03-28-pg06
Allen, J.T. Story Of Decatur, came into our office 1885-02-07-pg07
Allen, J.T. Story Our friend, has sown oats and planted corn 1885-03-07-pg01
Allen, J.T. Story Family goes to Vineyard City 1885-06-13-pg07
Allen, J.T. Story Returned from old Tennessee 1885-10-31-pg07
Allen, J.T. Story To have a seat in his carriage 1885-11-14-pg04
Allen, James T. Story Presented with peaches by well wisher 1881-08-19-pg03
Allen, Jim Story Carriage ride four miles south & Anneville 1883-04-20-pg04
Allen, Mr. Story Engaged to teach at this place 1880-11-19-pg03
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. J.T. Story Visit to Willow Point 1881-04-08-pg03
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Story Our friends 1885-09-26-pg05
Allen, Mr. H.C. Story Pleasant call one day last week 1883-06-08-pg05
Allen, Mrs. P.A.  Wedding Wed to Perry Barrick 1883-11-09-pg02
Allen, Prof. Story Discussing events of the day 1881-02-25-pg03
Allen, Prof. R.W. Story Sends Messenger to friend in AL 1881-04-01-pg03
Allen, Sam Story Assaulted near Springtown 1885-03-21-pg07
Allen, Sheriff Story Off to Austin, taking lunatic to asylum 1881-01-21-pg02
Allen, Sheriff Story Had prisoners at Fort Worth 1881-02-25-pg04
Allen, Sheriff Story Will sell land 1881-04-01-pg02
Allen, Sheriff Story Has employed James Calloway 1883-03-09 pg05
Allen, Sheriff Story Returned from Leadville, Colorado 1883-03-09-pg05
Allen, Sheriff Story Jail breaking gang outwitted 1883-03-09-pg05
Allen, Sheriff Story Has been absent 1883-03-30-pg05
Allen, Sheriff Story Is off to the Panhandle 1883-06-08-pg05
Allen, Sheriff Story Have moved to farms 1883-12-21-pg03
Allen, Sheriff Story Went to Hot Springs Ark. to arrest 1883-12-21-pg03
Allen, Sheriff Story Took over a posse 1884-03-14-pg03
Allen, Sheriff T.R. Story Moved from jail to dwelling 1883-05-25-pg05
Allen, T.R. Story Correspondence from Greenwood 1880-10-01-pg02
Allen, T.R. Story The new sherriff 1880-12-10-pg03
Allen, T.R. Story Dupty U.S. Marshall went to Dallas 1885-01-17-pg03
Allen, T.R. Story Summoned for grand jury 1885-02-14-pg06
Allen, T.R. Story Has moved his office furniture 1885-05-02-pg07
Allen, T.R. Story Sick on Wednesday 1885-06-06-pg06
Allen, T.R. Story Bridge on Catlett Creek [rejected] 1885-08-15-pg06
Allen, T.R. Story To pay for horse 1885-11-28-pg04
Allen, T.R.  Story Paid for board and guard of prisoners 1883-11-30-pg03
Allen, Tom Story Of Black Creek visited 1880-08-13-pg03
Allen, Tom Story Guest of some of our citizens 1880-09-17-pg03
Allen, Tom Story As to where Tom Allen had gone 1885-04-18-pg07
Allen, Tom Story Despite sickness ventured  1885-06-13-pg07
Allen, Tom Story Of Black Creek, has more fruit 1885-07-04-pg06
Allen, Tom Story Little boy bitten by hogs 1885-09-26-pg05
Allen, Tom Story Of Black Creek, gave us a call 1885-12-19-pg06
Allen, Tom & Hugh Story Pasture fence cut 1885-06-20-pg06
Allen, W.R. Story Our school-teacher has been sick 1880-12-24-pg03
Allgood, B.C. Story Of Rush Creek, was in city 1885-06-20-pg07
Allison, John Story Gets two years 1883-11-16-pg03
Alred, Miss Samantha Wedding Wed to Joseph McDowell 1885-07-18-pg07
Alridge, A.D. & Co. Story Allowed $20.25 1885-08-15-pg06
Altman, Miss M.E. Wedding Wed to Marion Trammell 1885-11-07-pg06
Alverson, Col. H.B. Story Way-laid and attacked 1885-03-07-pg04
Alverson, Julia Wedding Wed to Charles A. Hill 1881-02-11-pg02
Alvord Story Have a new post-office on the railroad 1883-02-09-pg05
Alvord Story Keeps improving 1883-08-31-pg03
Alvord Story No vacant houses, some living in tents 1883-09-14-pg03
Alvord Story Alvord is building up fast 1883-09-14-pg03
Alvord Story 2 miles from ground where Indians 1883-09-21-pg03
Alvord Story 4 or 5 laden trains of beef pass 1883-10-12-pg03
Alvord Story Two candy makers on our street corner 1883-10-19-pg03
Alvord Story Strangers on our streets 1883-11-02-pg03
Alvord Story Over 50 bales of cotton received 1883-11-02-pg03
Alvord Story Why not put up rent dwellings 1883-11-02-pg03
Alvord Story Call of farmers and citizens 1883-11-02-pg03
Alvord Story 800 bales of cotton 3000 bushels of corn 1883-11-09-pg03
Alvord Story Three new stores to open 1883-11-16-pg03
Alvord Story Shipping car loads of wood 1883-11-23-pg03
Alvord Story Carloads of cotton seed shipped 1883-11-23-pg03
Alvord Story Immence quanties of wood 1883-12-07-pg03
Alvord Story Prof. Wellington opened the school 1883-12-07-pg03
Alvord Story Sunday School at 10 o'clock 1883-12-14-pg03
Alvord Story New houses springing up 1883-12-14-pg03
Alvord Story Flouring mill and cotton gin 1883-12-14-pg03
Alvord Story Tennesseans crowd in 1884-01-25-pg03
Alvord Story More Tennesseans unshipped 1884-02-08-pg03
Alvord Story Has six dry goods stores 1884-02-15-pg02
Alvord Story Fort Worth Store, under cost 1884-02-15-pg03
Alvord Story Methodist Church house will begin 1884-02-15-pg03
Alvord Story Debating club was organized 1884-02-22-pg03
Alvord Story Boiler and engine for mill is here 1884-02-22-pg03
Alvord Story New cisterns being dug 1884-02-22-pg03
Alvord Story Railroad Agent stops sale of lots 1884-02-22-pg03
Alvord Story New barber located 1884-02-29-pg03
Alvord Story Corn being shipped out  1884-02-29-pg03
Alvord Story Literary Society met as usual 1884-02-29-pg03
Alvord Story First-Class flouring mill soon 1884-03-07-pg03
Alvord Story Bring on wheat and corn, mill nearly complete 1884-03-14-pg03
Alvord Story Debate tomorrow night 1884-03-14-pg03
Alvord Story "Kids" of Alvord organized debate society 1884-03-14-pg03
Alvord Ad E.T. Bethel, Barber 1884-03-21-pg02
Alvord Story Work train passed 1884-03-21-pg03
Alvord Story Down to witness working of mill 1884-03-21-pg03
Alvord Story Boys from country made raid on fire works 1884-03-21-pg03
Alvord Story Dr. Sparkman has put in a soda fountain 1884-03-21-pg03
Alvord Story New billard hall will be in full blast 1884-03-21-pg03
Alvord Story All about the town of Alvord [long story] 1884-03-28-pg02
Alvord Story Begun erection of Methodist Church 1884-04-04-pg03
Alvord Story Dead letter list 1884-04-04-pg03
Alvord Story Scarce a day passes, strangers on streets 1884-04-11-pg03
Alvord Story New room for meat market 1884-04-11-pg03
Alvord Story Ladies & gentlemen engaged in mazy dance 1884-04-11-pg03
Alvord Story Flouring mill running half time 1884-04-11-pg03
Alvord Story Medical Emporium with Wm. Richardson 1884-04-11-pg03
Alvord Story 40 cowboys with 75 head of horses passed 1884-04-18-pg03
Alvord Story Public improvement, if roads leading to Alvord 1884-04-18-pg03
Alvord Story A Swede was looking for location 1884-04-18-pg03
Alvord Story Second billiard hall now in full blast 1884-04-25-pg03
Alvord Story Eld. J.Q. Burnett will preach 1884-05-02-pg03
Alvord Story Dead letter list 1884-05-09-pg03
Alvord Story Alliance, 100 members 1884-05-30-pg03
Alvord Story Methodist Church painted white 1884-05-30-pg03
Alvord Story Fifty persons assembled at Mr. & Mrs. Rich 1884-06-06-pg02
Alvord Story Leading hotels furnished with bells 1884-06-06-pg03
Alvord Story Dead letter list 1884-06-06-pg03
Alvord Story Load of cabbage came to town 1884-06-20-pg02
Alvord Story Fourth of July picnic committee 1884-06-20-pg02
Alvord Story Picnic Program 1884-07-04-pg07
Alvord Story Prayer meeting at Baptist Church 1884-07-11-pg07
Alvord Story Description of Fourth of July picnic 1884-07-11-pg08
Alvord Story 40 feet addition to storehouse 1884-07-25-pg07
Alvord Story Brick making proving business 1884-07-25-pg07
Alvord Story Hundreds of bushels of shelled corn 1884-07-25-pg07
Alvord Story Hotelman found near 400 inhabitants 1884-08-08-pg05
Alvord Story "Boys look out someone may report" 1884-08-08-pg05
Alvord Story Advertised letters 1884-08-08-pg05
Alvord Story Christian Church organizing 1884-08-08-pg05
Alvord Story Dr. Goldman building second kiln 1884-08-15-pg07
Alvord Story Tramps passing up and down railroad 1884-08-15-pg07
Alvord Story Several bales of new cotton sold  1884-09-05-pg07
Alvord Story Steam engine unshipped for gin 1884-09-05-pg07
Alvord Story Advertized letters list 1884-09-05-pg07
Alvord Story Get fair prices at home 1884-09-19-pg07
Alvord Ad Salt at Ft. Worth Store $2.50 per barrel 1884-09-19-pg07
Alvord Story Cotton shipped to Liverpool, England 1884-09-26-pg05
Alvord Story 2,400 feet of railroad siding 1884-10-03-pg05
Alvord Story No meetings, but parties and singing 1884-10-03-pg05
Alvord Story "Sociable" at Alvord hotel 1884-10-03-pg05
Alvord Story Advertised letters list 1884-10-03-pg05
Alvord Story Bottom fell out of cotton, down to 8 cents 1884-10-03-pg05
Alvord Story Organization of Teachers Association 1884-10-17-pg06
Alvord Story Competition in low prices 1884-10-24-pg07
Alvord Story Talk about grain elevator 1884-10-24-pg07
Alvord Story Messenger rooms have been rented 1885-01-10-pg05
Alvord Story McCamant Store at Alvord closed 1885-01-10-pg05
Alvord Story Farmer's Alliance meets 1885-01-31-pg05
Alvord Story Letter to editor from Billy the Kid 1885-03-21-pg07
Alvord Story Letter to editor from J.H. Hanks 1885-03-28-pg06
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-05-02-pg01
Alvord Story Continues to imporve [news] 1885-05-23-pg05
Alvord Story Lewis Milam arrested  1885-05-30-pg04
Alvord Story Subscribed $500 for new schoolhouse 1885-05-30-pg05
Alvord Story Speak of erecting Masonic Hall 1885-06-13-pg04
Alvord Story Alliance cotton yard plat selected 1885-06-13-pg07
Alvord Story Hotel men not pleased 1885-06-13-pg07
Alvord Story Literary and Dramatic Club consists of talent 1885-06-20-pg07
Alvord Story Letter to editor from R. Elmore 1885-07-11-pg06
Alvord Story William Noel came to town 1885-07-18-pg04
Alvord Story Prof. R.B. Gaut will open institute 1885-07-25-pg05
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-07-25-pg05
Alvord Story Noted for having best picnics of County 1885-08-01-pg06
Alvord Story On a tour 1885-08-01-pg06
Alvord Story Is on a boom 1885-08-01-pg07
Alvord Story Interest in cotton yard 1885-08-15-pg04
Alvord Story Grand picnic next Saturday 1885-08-15-pg06
Alvord Story Has two new stores 1885-08-15-pg07
Alvord Story 20 wagons loaded for Christian Church 1885-08-22-pg01
Alvord Story Baptists want a new church bell 1885-08-22-pg07
Alvord Story 2000 people honored Village 1885-08-29-pg07
Alvord Story Very first Christian church in county 1885-09-05-pg06
Alvord Story Turner property torn down and moved 1885-09-05-pg06
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-09-12-pg04
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-09-12-pg06
Alvord Story New school planned 1885-09-12-pg07
Alvord Story Letter to editor, has photo gallery 1885-09-19-pg04
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-09-19-pg06
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-09-19-pg07
Alvord Story Cotton yards ready to receive 1885-09-26-pg04
Alvord Story Jones and Thomas comprise new firm 1885-09-26-pg05
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-09-26-pg08
Alvord Story Shopped more cotton 1885-10-03-pg07
Alvord Story 200 bales were bulked 1885-10-17-pg07
Alvord Story Hatchett & Johnson shipped 209 bales 1885-10-31-pg07
Alvord Story Flouring mill sold 1885-11-07-pg07
Alvord Story Debate between Cambellites and Baptists 1885-11-28-pg04
Alvord Story Festival at new school house 1885-12-12-pg07
Alvord Story Strawberry City Grand Festival 1885-12-12-pg07
Alvord Story Letter to editor 1885-12-12-pg07
Alvord Story Merry Christmas close at hand 1885-12-19-pg04
Alvord Story Winners at festival 1885-12-26-pg08
Alvord  Story Will be incorporated 1884-01-18-pg03
Alvord Alliance Story Over 100 members 1884-04-11-pg03
Alvord Alliance Story Thanks to Denton for buying cotton 1884-10-17-pg06
Alvord Messenger Ad Issued on Fridays at $1.50 per year 1883-08-31-pg02
Alvord Messenger Story Described as an independent newspaper 1883-10-05-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story Loads of wood excepted for subscriptions 1883-10-19-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story Great favor, change Decatur to Alvord 1883-11-02-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story How to avoid getting fat 1883-11-23-pg01
Alvord Messenger Story That we sold Messenger or books 1883-11-30-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story Has new coat of paint 1883-12-21-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story Standard Job press purchased 1884-01-04-pg02
Alvord Messenger Story Social party enjoyed at A.G. Leslie's 1884-01-04-pg02
Alvord Messenger Story Postmaster account-current 1884-01-04-pg02
Alvord Messenger Story Serving as witness, paper failed to appear 1884-02-08-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story $1.00 per subscription next 30 days 1884-03-14-pg03
Alvord Messenger Story Once upon a time we published in Paradise 1884-06-18-pg02
Alvord Messenger Story Letter to editor about Texas 1884-07-18-pg01
Alvord Messenger Story Greatly in need of money 1884-10-03-pg05
Alvord Messenger Story Sold press to H.C. Leonard 1885-06-06-pg07
Alvord Restaurant Story For sale 1884-05-16-pg03
Alvord Restraurant Ad Alvord, on East Main Street 1883-12-07-pg03
Alvord, E.M. Story Proud of his namesake 1885-05-23-pg05
Alvord, E.M. Story Of Fort Worth went to Vernon 1885-09-12-pg07
Alvord, E.M. Story Reported quite sick 1885-09-19-pg01
Alvord/Chico Story New iron bridge 1884-01-18-pg03
Alvord/Paradise Story New road laid out 1885-06-13-pg07
Amusement Story A shrewd rascal adds up columns 1880-10-15-pg01
Anderson, E. A. Wedding Wed to Mr. J.D. Frazier 1884-02-22-pg03
Anderson, Ephraim Story Ran over a cow 1884-09-26-pg05
Anderson, J.F. Story Teaching at Union Grove 1881-12-16-pg05
Anderson, Joe Story Best girl out at Paradise 1885-09-12-pg07
Anderson, T.J. Wedding Wed to Anna Earp 1885-10-10-pg07
Anderson, W. A. Story County Treasurer intitled to $60 1883-03-23-pg05
Anderson, W. A. Story Maffott and family will visit 1883-06-01-pg05
Anderson, W.A. Story Canidate for County Treasurer 1880-04-30-pg03
Anderson, W.A. Story His face all beaming with smiles 1880-11-12-pg03
Anderson, W.A. Story County Treasurer gave us a visit 1881-03-11-pg03
Anderson, W.A. Story Has been on farm 1881-04-01-pg03
Anderson, W.A. Story Putting up wire fence 1881-04-08-pg03
Anderson, W.A. Story Called briefly at our door 1881-06-10-pg03
Anderson, W.A. Story Our worthy county treasurer 1881-12-09-pg02
Anderson, William Story Also a resident of Wise County 1885-11-07-pg04
Anderson, Wm. Story Of near Bridgeport, had a horse stolen 1883-06-08-pg05
Anderson. W.A. Story Sent for barbed wire 1881-03-25-pg03
Anderson. W.A. Story Drove upwards to 20 beeves to Denton 1881-07-15-pg03
Andrews, Mrs. A.E. Wedding Wed to Robt. Sensabaugh 1885-11-07-pg06
Angel, Miss Ellie Wedding Wed to Mr. J.E. Barnes 1881-10-07-pg03
Anglin, Rev. S.H. Story Will at Shady Grove 1885-10-17-pg07
Anneville Story A new post-office on Walnut Creek 1883-02-09-pg05
Anneville Story New town, with storehouse, new dwellings 1883-04-20-pg04
Anneville Story Gin has turned out bales 1883-12-14-pg03
Annie's Chapel Story Rev. Putnam and Miller 1880-07-23-pg02
Annie's Chapel Correspondence Dunlap, Garvin, Dawes, Wilcox, Gilliland 1881-08-19-pg03
Annie's Chapel Story Rev. Wm. Price has just closed 1883-09-21-pg03
Annieville Story Methodist meeting going on 1885-08-01-pg07
Annieville Story Sinners have been converted 1885-08-08-pg06
Annieville Story Massie's gin, 150 bales of cotton 1885-10-24-pg07
Annieville Story Letter to editor 1885-11-21-pg07
Annieville Story Letter to editor 1885-11-21-pg07
Annieville/Aurora Story Mail line established 1885-01-10-pg05
Annis Chapel Story Has spelling bee 1884-05-16-pg03
Annis Chapel Story Prof. Roderick will teach 1884-10-03-pg05
Annis Chapel Story Letter to editor 1885-08-29-pg07
Annis Chapel School Story Mr. Morton, Supt. 1880-06-04-pg02
Arapahoes Story Count of tribe 1885-08-08-pg02
Archer County Story The petition for organization granted 1880-07-16-pg03
Archer, J.G. Story Superintended Annieville school 1885-11-21-pg07
Archer, Prof. J.G. Story Everything carried on in a proper manner 1885-11-21-pg07
Arlington Texas Story Letter to editor 1884-07-18-pg06
Armes, J. Story Of Boonsville greeted us 1881-12-16-pg05
Armes, Mr. J. Story Of Willow Creek 1881-04-29-pg03
Armstrong, Jack Story Who was raised on Willow Creek 1881-10-21-pg02
Armstrong, John Story A farmer living near Paradise 1883-06-08-pg05
Armstrong, Miss Eliza Wedding Wed to James Gilbreth 1885-09-12-pg07
Armstrong, Miss Sallie B. Story Teaching at Valley View 1883-12-07-pg03
Armstrong, Uncle John Story Spending week in town 1884-09-12-pg02
Armstrong, Uncle Johnny Story Moved back to his neighborhood 1880-04-16-pg03
Armstrong, Uncle Johnny Story Of South Willow creek was in town 1881-02-04-pg03
Armstrong, Uncle Johnny Story Of Willow Creek gave us a visit 1881-02-25-pg03
Armstrong, W.G. Wedding Wed to Miss Lee Cundiff 1885-11-07-pg06
Arnold, Little Georgie Death Son of Mr. Arnold was buried 1881-11-04-pg03
Ashburn, S.A. Story Sent to Sunset circuit 1883-11-23-pg03
Ashlin, Mr. J.F. Wedding Wed to Miss M.A. Rowland of East Mound 1881-08-05-pg03
Ashlock, Mr. Josh Birth It’s a girl and weighs 11 pounds 1880-12-03-pg03
Atkerson, W.H. Story Of Oliver Creek, was in the city 1885-12-19-pg06
Atkerson. W.H. Story First class farmer of Oliver Creek 1885-10-31-pg07
Atkins, Mrs. Death Lives near Pella, near 90 yrs. Old 1885-07-18-pg01
Atkins, Prof. Story Has school at Garvin 1885-03-14-pg05
Atkins, Prof. Story School at Garvin closed 1885-05-30-pg05
Atkins, Prof. S. L. Story Taught at Garvin 1883-12-14-pg03
Atkins, S.L. Wedding Wed to Miss S.L. Allison at Garvin 1885-10-17-pg04
Atkinson, R.S. Wedding Wed to Dorcia T. Green 1885-02-07-pg06
Audubon Story Mr. Keltner speaking 1880-10-08-pg03
Audubon Story Some parties had fisticuff 1880-11-19-pg03
Audubon Correspondence Abundance of rain 1881-05-20-pg03
Audubon Story Daughter of Dr. J.C. Riffe, died in Vernon 1884-01-04-pg02
Audubon Story Correspondence from Audubon 1884-04-04-pg02
Audubon Story May 8, decided to jot down a few 1884-05-16-pg02
Audubon Story Christian meeting 1885-09-12-pg06
Aurora Story Bridge repair completed 1880-06-04-pg03
Aurora Story Mr. Keltner speaking 1880-10-08-pg03
Aurora Story New saloon is about completed 1880-12-03-pg02
Aurora Story 250 bales of cotton passed through town 1881-02-04-pg03
Aurora Story Overrun with transient persons 1881-02-04-pg03
Aurora Story Ginned upwards of 2,600 bales of cotton 1881-04-01-pg02
Aurora Story Given up hopes for railroad 1881-04-15-pg03
Aurora Story Has a brass band 1883-11-09-pg03
Aurora Story Old town has one lone dry goods store 1884-02-15-pg02
Aurora Story New mail route to Anneville established 1884-05-16-pg03
Aurora Story Has cornet band and Burch, a new doctor 1884-07-18-pg05
Aurora Story Connected by telephone to Rhome 1884-08-15-pg07
Aurora Story Sent to town for quinine, got morphine, dead 1884-09-12-pg05
Aurora Story Cumberland Presdyterian Church completed 1884-10-24-pg07
Aurora Story Trinity Synod closed its session 1884-10-24-pg07
Aurora Story Letter to editor 1885-01-24-pg01
Aurora Story 4 dry goods, 4 gro., 3 drug, 1 blacksmith, etc. 1885-01-24-pg01
Aurora Story Has Tyler Newspaper 1885-01-31-pg05
Aurora Story Letter to the editor 1885-02-07-pg01
Aurora Story Erie Telephone Co. opened office 1885-02-21-pg06
Aurora Story Drugstore, saddlery, empty houses burned 1885-03-14-pg08
Aurora Story Union Church being painted 1885-03-28-pg02
Aurora Story Fire would have devoured town 1885-03-28-pg02
Aurora Story New legal light, Mr. Hill 1885-03-28-pg06
Aurora Story 1/2 mile square, population of 500 1885-04-18-pg01
Aurora Story First class pony ride to Garvin 1885-04-25-pg04
Aurora Story List of town officers 1885-05-02-pg01
Aurora Story Good Templar's lodge 1885-05-02-pg07
Aurora Story The cornet band gave a dinner 1885-06-20-pg06
Aurora Story Brass Band for Fourth of July 1885-07-11-pg04
Aurora Story Threshers began work  1885-07-11-pg04
Aurora Story Report from area 1885-07-18-pg04
Aurora Story Was honored by visit 1885-10-24-pg07
Aurora Story Another railroad boom here 1885-10-31-pg04
Aurora Story M.E. Church held at Aurora 1885-10-31-pg07
Aurora Story Sold 400 bales of cotton 1885-10-31-pg07
Aurora Story News from Aurora 1885-11-07-pg06
Aurora Story Prairies set on fire by train 1885-11-14-pg04
Aurora Story Tyler's News says: 1885-11-14-pg07
Aurora Story 600 souls, second in size 1885-11-14-pg07
Aurora Story On 2d of this month, while there was no one in office 1885-12-12-pg04
Aurora Herald Story 6 column newspaper 1880-10-08-pg03
Aurora Herald Story Gleanings from Aurora Herald 1880-11-19-pg03
Aurora Herald Story Goes to Plano, Collin County 1881-05-06-pg04
Aurora News Story Henry and Frank Ward, business college 1883-03-09-pg04
Aurora News Story Post Office, Dr. Randall worthy P.M 1883-04-27-pg08
Aurora News Story Amos Finch in town last Sunday 1883-06-08-pg01
Aurora News Story Says a seven days wonder created 1884-05-09-pg03
Austin Story Paper bag factory employs mostly girls 1880-05-07-pg04
Austin Story Lieut. Neville returned from Jack County 1880-05-28-pg03
Austin Telephone Company Story Sixty-two miles of wire 1881-06-10-pg01
Austin Texas Story Board apportioned $782,000 for support 1880-07-30-pg04
Austin Texas Story Invitation to laying of corner stone 1885-01-17-pg04
Austin, A.W. Story Of Chico, delivering fruit trees 1885-12-19-pg06
Austin, Bro. J.H. Story Buried at Chico 1885-10-17-pg04
Austin, Eld. Story And daughter of Chico, to teach at Paradise 1883-11-02-pg03
Austin, J. H. Story Unexpired term 1885-10-24-pg06
Austin, J.H. Story Announces for Sherriff 1880-07-09-pg03
Austin, J.H. Death Departed this life on 3rd 1885-10-10-pg07
Austin, Miss Story Of Chico, engaged as assistant teacher 1883-02-16-pg05
Austin, Miss Lizzie Story Teaching term of school 1885-07-04-pg07
Austin, Mrs Story Widow lost two work horses 1885-05-09-pg05
Austin, N.E. Wedding Wed to N.A. Reid 1884-01-18-pg03
Austin, Rev. W.B. Story Left Paradise for Chico again 1884-05-16-pg03
Austin, T.M. Wedding Wed to N.E. Holby 1883-12-14-pg03
Austin, W.B. Story Of Chico, commissioned and authorized 1885-06-13-pg04
Austin, W.B. Story Officer of Farmers Alliance 1885-08-01-pg01
Auvenshire, Miss Sarah Wedding Married Link Ford at Deep Creek 1881-06-10-pg03
Babb, Court Story Talk of moving back 1884-05-16-pg03
Babb, Court Story Started for New Orleans 1885-02-21-pg06
Babb, Uncle John Story Of Chico gave a visit 1881-02-25-pg03
Babb, Uncle John Story Spent a day in our town 1881-11-11-pg03
Baggarly, George G. Death Editor of Weatherford Exponent 1880-06-11-pg03
Baggett, John Wedding Wed to Miss Maggie Rowlett 1881-01-14-pg02
Baggett, Prof. W.T. Story Closed school at Annis Chapel 1885-03-21-pg07
Baggett, W.T. Story Will comence a public school, Shady Grove 1883-05-11-pg05
Bagley, Margaret Wedding Wed to H.J. Gibbs 1884-01-18-pg02
Bailey, Al. Story Reported quite sick 1885-09-19-pg01
Bailey, Alf Story Conductor on railroad 1885-10-03-pg07
Bailey, C.E. Story Purchased residence of J.H. Brown 1881-12-16-pg05
Bailey, Grand-pa Death Boonsville Correspondence 1880-10-29-pg02
Bailey, H.P. Story Organization of Teachers Association 1884-10-17-pg06
Bailey, Mattie Wedding Wed to Mr. John Whitehead 1884-01-18-pg02
Bailey, Prof. H.P. Story Teacher at Audubon 1885-11-28-pg07
Bailey, R.D. Story & Co., merchants at Greenwood, closed 1884-01-25-pg03
Bailey, Sarah M. Wedding Wed to T.F.M. Payne 1883-11-16-pg03
Bailey, W.G. Wedding Wed to Alice Young 1884-01-18-pg02
Bailey, Z.M. Story Dish washer and happy man 1880-11-19-pg01
Baily Babe Death Greenwood merchant's baby dies 1880-09-24-pg01
Baily, A.J. Story Of Willow Creek lost a horse 1881-02-25-pg03
Baily, A.J. Story Of Boonsville, spent Monday night 1883-04-20-pg05
Baily, Constable A.J. Story Of Willow Creek gave us a call 1881-07-29-pg03
Baily, Dave Story Of Black Creek, is so ill 1883-03-02-pg05
Baily, Dave Story Indicted for killing Tom Gill 1883-05-11-pg05
Baily, John Story For disturbing worship 1885-11-07-pg07
Baily, Mr. A.J. Story Constable of Prectinct 8 1881-06-24-pg03
Baily, R.B. Story Wise county notary 1885-04-04-pg04
Baily, W.S. Wedding Wed to Miss Alice Young 1881-03-04-pg03
Bain, K.E. Wedding Wed to Miss Love Hutchinson 1885-07-25-pg05
Baine, Fannie Wedding Wed to John Solomon 1885-02-14-pg06
Baird, W.L Story Former resident of Chico, farm for sale 1884-10-10-pg05
Baker, B.M. Story Writes to Co. Judge, summer school 1883-05-18-pg05
Baker, Esq. Story Late Justice and Constable of Prect. 4 1883-01-26-pg05
Baker, Esq. J.R. Story Courts become most interesting 1881-04-01-pg03
Baker, Esq. J.R. Story Soon to build a residence at Garvin 1881-12-23-pg05
Baker, Esq. J.R. Story Of Garvin, was in to see us 1883-05-18-pg05
Baker, Evelyn Wedding Wed to Mr. W.H. Barnes 1883-10-12-pg03
Baker, Frank Story Shot and killed Melvin Pledger 1884-01-04-pg02
Baker, Hardin Story Alvord school trustee 1884-08-08-pg05
Baker, J.R. Story Justice of Peace, became member of Christian Church 1881-08-05-pg03
Baker, J.R. Story Of Garvin, was in city 1885-06-13-pg07
Baker, John Story Preparing to buld house 1884-09-12-pg05
Baker, Mary Wedding Wed to J.W. Tuberville 1885-03-07-pg08
Baker, Mat Story Of Salt Creek gave a call 1881-03-18-pg03
Baker, Miss Nannie Wedding Wed to Hon. J.W. Patterson 1881-12-02-pg02
Baker, Mr. Story Moved from Cottondale to Cottonwood 1883-01-26-pg05
Baker, Mr. B.M. Story To appoint teachers for normal school 1883-05-25-pg05
Baker, Mr. R.P. Story Of Young County, was in 1884-10-24-pg07
Baker, Squire J.R. Story In town doing official bussiness 1881-12-23-pg05
Ball Knob Story Letter to editor 1885-07-04-pg07
Ball, A.F. Story 1/2 brother of Dr. J.A. Brown 1881-05-06-pg03
Ball, B.J. Story Letter to editor from Bridgeport, TX 1884-07-04-pg01
Ball, B.J. Elder Story Will preach here 1880-08-27-pg03
Ball, Calvin Death An aged gentleman died 1884-01-04-pg02
Ball, Carlo Story A respectable citizen 1885-08-15-pg07
Ball, Elder Story Preached on last Saturday 1880-09-17-pg03
Ball, Elder Story Filled his regular appointment 1880-10-15-pg03
Ball, Elder Story Day to preach next Sunday 1880-11-12-pg03
Ball, Elder Story Failed to fill appointment 1880-11-19-pg03
Ball, Elder Story Preached to small congregation 1881-03-18-pg03
Ball, Elder Story Filled his appointment 1881-04-15-pg03
Ball, Elder Story Preached at Read's Chapel 1881-07-15-pg03
Ball, Elder B.J. Story Will preach 1880-09-03-pg03
Ball, Gattis & Daws Story Held services at schoolhouse 1880-06-18-pg03
Ball, L.A.J. Wedding Wed to Mr. A.T. Woods 1883-11-16-pg03
Ball, Miss J.V. Wedding Wed to Mr. W.E. Ray 1883-09-14-pg03
Ball, Mr. Carlo Story Marriage at residence 1885-07-18-pg07
Ball, P.J. Story Postmaster of Sunset 1883-04-13-pg04
Ball, P.T. Story Post master at Sunset 1883-05-04-pg05
Ball, P.T. Story Elected alderman at Sunset 1884-08-15-pg07
Ball, P.T. Story On our streets again 1885-06-13-pg01
Ball, Prof. T.C. Story Made enquiry regard to school 1884-07-18-pg05
Ball, Rev. B.J.. Story Of Methodist Church will preach  1880-06-04-pg03
Ball, Rev. E.J. Story Of Methodist Church will preach 2nd Sunday 1880-05-14-pg03
Ball, Rev. E.J. Story Conflict in preaching times 1880-05-14-pg03
Ball, Robert Death Horse and rider drowned in Big Wichita 1881-06-17-pg04
Ball, Thomas Story Late postmaster of Sunset, in jail 1885-06-06-pg07
Ball, W.E. Wedding Wed to S.A. Fleming 1883-10-12-pg03
Ball. B.J. Story Glad to meet in Decatur 1884-05-16-pg03
Ball. Dr. J.J. Story 1/2 brother of Dr. J.A. Brown 1881-05-06-pg03
Ball. Elder Story Preached on last Sunday 1881-06-17-pg03
Ballard, Mr. Story Clock peddler of Decatur 1880-12-03-pg03
Ballenger, "Hud" Story Of Tribune force 1885-05-02-pg07
Ballinger, Charley Death Industrious young man died 1885-10-24-pg07
Bank Saloon Story Robbed of $15 1880-05-07-pg03
Bank Saloon Story In Decatur, shooting occurred 1885-06-13-pg07
Bank Saloon Story In Decatur, in trouble over suits 1885-06-27-pg07
Banks & Burton Story Selling for cost 1883-04-20-pg05
Banks and Burton Ad General Merchandise, Cottondale 1880-04-09-pg03
Banks and Burton Ad Cottondale General Merchandise 1880-04-16-pg03
Banks, B. F. Ad Notary Public, Cottondale Texas 1883-01-26-pg01
Banks, B. F. Story Of Cottondale, came in town Sunday 1883-02-16-pg05
Banks, B.F & Family Story On River fishing 1881-07-08-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Had lighting rods put on house 1880-05-07-pg02
Banks, B.F. Story Expecting to be In Fort Worth 1880-05-28-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Returned From Decatur 1880-06-04-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story New cozy home at Cottondale 1880-06-11-pg02
Banks, B.F. Story Credited amount 1880-07-16-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Drove a small herd to Ft. Worth 1880-09-03-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Sold out to Mr. Burton 1881-01-07-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story All of Wise Co. invited to Old Settlers Reunion 1881-06-17-pg02
Banks, B.F. Story On building committee for new schoolhouse at Cottondale 1881-08-05-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Two little ones take sick 1881-09-02-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Chairman of the Cottondale Academy Committee informs 1881-09-30-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Doing notorial work in town 1881-12-09-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story In town yesterday 1881-12-09-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Of Salt Creek, were in the city 1883-05-04-pg05
Banks, B.F. Story Sole owner of Banks & Rhodes 1883-12-07-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Was in Dallas last week 1883-12-21-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Of Cottondale, probable candidate 1884-02-08-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Appointed Cottondale officer of election 1884-02-29-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story From Decatur Tribune, "is very sick" 1884-03-14-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Sold his Salt Creek farm 1884-05-02-pg03
Banks, B.F. Story Of Cottondale, visited Sunset 1884-07-04-pg07
Banks, B.F. Story Candidate gave our town a visit 1884-10-03-pg05
Banks, B.F. Story Among leaders 1884-10-24-pg07
Banks, B.F. Story Unable to see many readers 1884-10-31-pg05
Banks, B.F. Story List of county notaries 1885-03-14-pg04
Banks, B.F. Story And daughter was in city 1885-03-21-pg07
Banks, B.F. Story And daughter, spent Tuesday night 1885-06-13-pg06
Banks, B.F. Story Made our sanctum pleasant 1885-07-11-pg07
Banks, B.F. Story Registered at Con-fed reunion 1885-08-08-pg07
Banks, B.F. Story Of 3rd Ark. Battalion, left cane 1885-08-15-pg06
Banks, B.F.  Story To take census in his prect. 1880-06-04-pg03
Banks, B.F. Esq. Story Sowing wheat 1880-12-17-pg03
Banks, B.F. Esq. Story Was on streets 1885-05-23-pg05
Banks, B.F., Esquire Story Saturday visit to newspaper office 1880-03-26-pg02
Banks, Ben Story Summoned for grand jury 1885-02-14-pg06
Banks, Esq. Story Of Cottondale, left his name 1884-07-04-pg07
Banks, Esquire Story Consented to give a series of short lectures 1881-06-03-pg01
Banks, G.L. Story Drilled a well at Cottondale 1885-09-12-pg07
Banks, Geo. Story Of Cottondale, kindly called 1885-07-25-pg01
Banks, Geo. L. Story Is employed at Fort Worth 1881-11-18-pg03
Banks, Miss Fannie Story Guests of Mrs. Mershon 1881-03-25-pg03
Banks, Miss Fannie Story Dressed and baked cake 1881-12-30-pg05
Banks, Miss Fannie Story Of Cottondale, honored our sanctum 1884-07-11-pg07
Banks, Miss Fannie Story Of Cottondale, visited friends 1885-08-01-pg07
Banks, Mr. J.B. Story Looking hale and hearty 1881-06-10-pg03
Banks, Mr. Thomas A. Story Trees struck by lightning  1881-07-29-pg03
Banks, Mrs. Fannie Story Readings are always a gem 1881-06-03-pg01
Banks, Mrs. T.A. Death Regret to announce 1883-11-02-pg03
Banks, Squire B.F. Story In town doing official bussiness 1881-12-23-pg05
Banks, T.A. Story Ride into country with trees on Garrett Creek 1880-10-08-pg02
Banks, T.A. Story Went to Decatur 1880-10-08-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Will start to Red River to-morrow 1880-11-12-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Having entirely recovered sooner 1880-11-26-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Picture of joy for new water well 1881-04-08-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Conducted exercises for music class 1881-06-17-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Volunteered to act 1881-07-22-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Conducted singing at Garvin 1881-07-29-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Has repaired the new county crossing 1881-11-11-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Pleasant drive out to our friend 1881-12-09-pg03
Banks, T.A. Story Sold his half of farm to J.D. Baker 1883-03-23-pg05
Banks, T.A. Story Purchased right to Cactus Hedge 1883-04-20-pg05
Banks, T.A. Story Gave us a pleasant call 1885-08-29-pg07
Banks, T.A. Story Drilled a well at Cottondale 1885-09-12-pg07
Banks, Thos. Story Consents to be canidate 1880-07-16-pg03
Banks, Tom Story Brought in roasting ears 1881-06-24-pg03
Banks,T.A. Story Reports about Sunday School 1881-03-18-pg03
Banks. B.F. Story After leaving Cottondale briefly took in residence 1880-10-08-pg02
Bannock & Keltner Story Doing fine business, all kinds of wagons 1880-09-24-pg01
Bantan, Eld. H.D. Story Preaches in Jacksboro 1884-07-18-pg02
Baptist Church Story First in N.Texas, Lonesome Dove on Denton Creek 1880-07-09-pg01
Baptist Church Story Held meeting at Read's Chapel 1881-07-22-pg03
Baptist Church Story Sunday School at 10 o'clock in Alvord 1883-12-14-pg03
Baptist Church Story Santa Claus has sent us word 1883-12-21-pg03
Baptist Church Story Rev. Thompson preached 1884-02-22-pg03
Baptist Preaching Story 300 persons attended 1881-05-20-pg03
Baptists Story Meeting closed last Tuesday 1884-08-01-pg07
Barber, H.C. Story Decatur City Election 1881-05-20-pg01
Barber, H.C. Ad Jeweler and Silversmith of Decatur 1883-01-26-pg05
Barber, Little boy Death Son of N.G. Barber near Briar Branch 1883-08-31-pg03
Barber, Mr. Will A. Story Assistant Post Master has been ill 1883-01-26-pg05
Barber, Mrs. Vessie Story Visited her parents 1885-09-19-pg07
Barber, N.G. Story Appointed to select grounds 1885-08-15-pg04
Barber, Postmaster Story Visited Aurora 1885-08-01-pg07
Barber, W.W. Story Commission as postmaster 1885-06-06-pg06
Barber, W.W. Story Visiting friends 1885-07-18-pg07
Barefoot, Lewis Story Purchased 100 head of stock 1883-11-16-pg03
Barker, Boyd Wedding Wed to Miss Maggie Caldwell 1881-01-14-pg02
Barker, John Death Of Boonsville, shot himself 1883-04-20-pg05
Barks? Elizabeth Wedding Wed to D.T. Harrison 1884-01-18-pg02
Barksdale, A.E. Story Of Chico, took to Decatur, a pig 1884-04-18-pg03
Barksdale, A.E. Story Paid $15 1885-08-22-pg06
Barksdale, W.J. Wedding Wed to Miss Kate Byron 1885-12-26-pg08
Barkwell, Mrs. Story Was in our press room 1881-07-08-pg03
Barnard, Geo. D. Story Account for stationery 1885-08-15-pg06
Barnes, Charley Death Infant Died 1880-06-04-pg03
Barnes, Joe Story Appointed Jim Ned officer of election 1884-02-29-pg03
Barnes, Mr. J.B. Story Heirs of Harvey Youngblood 1880-04-23-pg03
Barnes, Mr. Richard Wedding Wed to Miss Priscilla Davidson 1881-09-02-pg03
Barnes, Mr.J.E. Wedding Wed to Miss Ellie Angel 1881-10-07-pg03
Barnes, W. P. Story Building a new dwelling 1883-03-30-pg05
Barnes, W.H. Wedding Wed to Evelyn Baker 1883-10-12-pg03
Barnes, W.P. Story Examined garden 1885-06-06-pg06
Barnett, Dr. Story Of Decatur was in our town 1880-12-10-pg03
Barnett, Dr. Story Moving to new home near Chico 1880-12-24-pg02
Barnett, Dr. Story Lives in a few miles of Alvord 1883-10-19-pg03
Barnett, Eld. Story Will preach at chapel in Paradise 1883-05-11-pg05
Barnett, Elder Story A resident of Clay Co. preached Sunday night 1880-10-01-pg03
Barnett, Elder Story Of the Baptist church will preach 1880-12-10-pg03
Barnett, Elder Story Pastor for next year 1880-12-17-pg03
Barnett, Elder Story Having meeting at the chapel 1884-09-12-pg02
Barnett, J.D. Wedding Wed to Mattie E. Stutt 1883-11-16-pg03
Barnett, J.J. Story Preached at Springtown 1884-03-07-pg03
Barnett, R.M. Story Employed at Fort Worth Store  1884-10-10-pg05
Barnett, Rev. Dr. Story Of Baptist Church preached at Springtown 1883-10-12-pg03
Barnham Story Merchant at Paradise 1885-09-26-pg05
Barnhill, Miss Story Visited Decatur jail 1885-01-24-pg08
Barr, Dr. J.E. Story Has Kentucky shorthorn cattle 1885-02-07-pg01
Barr, Dr. J.E. Story Of Aurora, has ranch 8 miles west 1885-04-25-pg07
Barr, Robt. Wedding Of Aurora wed to Miss Willis 1881-08-12-pg02
Barrett, D.E. Story Announced as a candidate 1884-09-05-pg07
Barrett, Eld. Story Has written history of hanging 40 men 1885-05-23-pg05
Barrett, Mr Story Was in our press room 1881-07-08-pg03
Barrick, D.M. Story Of Chico, was on our streets 1884-02-29-pg03
Barrick, D.M. Story Appointed Chico officer of election 1884-02-29-pg03
Barrick, E.M. Story vs. T.R. Allen ex-sheriff 1885-02-28-pg05
Barrick, John Story Of Chico, visited Alvord 1883-10-05-pg03
Barrick, M.L. Story Sends Messenger to H.C. Barrick 1883-09-28-pg03
Barrick, M.L. Story Of this place took in the Fort 1883-11-30-pg03
Barrick, M.L. Story Has purchased lumber 1883-12-14-pg03
Barrick, M.L. Story Was over at Chico 1884-04-04-pg03
Barrick, M.L. Story Of Chico, enroute to Fort Worth 1885-01-31-pg05
Barrick, M.L. Story Recovering from burns 1885-07-04-pg07
Barrick, M.L. Story Have been home two weeks 1885-09-12-pg04
Barrick, Milford Story Of Chico, wagon tour over Colorado 1885-06-13-pg04
Barrick, Miss Inez Story Returned to make her home 1884-04-04-pg03
Barrick, Miss Inez Story Among visitors this week 1884-07-18-pg05
Barrick, Miss Minnie Story Cheered the dullness 1884-09-19-pg07
Barrick, Miss Nina Wedding Wed to Mr. C.F. Kincannon by Rev. T.B. Duncan 1881-09-30-pg03
Barrick, Miss Parnina Story Attendant at Barrick/Whitten wedding 1881-09-16-pg03
Barrick, Mr. Story Being on sick list 1884-04-11-pg03
Barrick, Mr. A.M. Story Who lives near Chico 1881-09-02-pg03
Barrick, Mr. and Mrs. Story Aged residents of Chico 1881-02-04-pg03
Barrick, Mr. M.L. Wedding Wed to Miss Ella Kelsey  1883-12-07-pg03
Barrick, Mr. Parmer Wedding Wed to Miss Alice Whitten by Elder Evans at Read's 1881-09-16-pg03
Barrick, Mr. Perry Story On sick list 1881-11-11-pg03
Barrick, Mrs. Death Wife of Perry Barrick of Garrett's Creek 1883-02-16-pg05
Barrick, Mrs. M.A. Wedding Wed to J.F. Plymell 1883-11-09-pg02
Barrick, Perry Story Sends Messenger to his father Mr. A.M. Barrick of Chico 1881-07-08-pg03
Barrick, Perry Wedding Wed to Mrs. P.A. Allen of Chico 1883-11-09-pg02
Barrick, W.E. Story Letter from Chico to editor 1884-07-18-pg06
Barrow, W.E. Wedding Wed to Nancy Lee 1885-03-07-pg08
Bartholomew, Miss Vina Wedding Wed to J. Massey 1885-12-26-pg08
Barto, Mr. Story From Salt Lake Valley had first bale 1880-08-27-pg03
Barto, Mr. D.P. Wedding Married to Miss Mollie Raskin 1883-01-26-pg05
Barton, w.C. Story Reviewers recended 1885-08-29-pg06
Baskim, Nannie Wedding Wed to J.W. Fletcher 1885-02-07-pg06
Baskitt, I.J. Wedding Wed to Nancy Sweeten 1883-03-02-pg05
Bass, Miss E.M. Wedding Wed to W.H. Carleton 1885-12-26-pg08
Bass, Mr. Story Of Garvin gave us a call 1881-07-01-pg03
Bass, Mr. Story Of Garvin was in our burg 1881-09-09-pg03
Bates, Arevia Wedding Wed to Jesse Woody 1885-08-08-pg06
Bates, Mr. A.J. Story Of Alvord was in to see us 1883-03-09-pg05
Battle, Bro. Story Called house to order 1885-09-12-pg04
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Returned from State Normal School 1881-07-08-pg01
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Employed to teach at Decatur 1881-08-12-pg02
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Engaged in teaching at Cottondale 1883-04-13-pg05
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Will leave for New York 1885-05-30-pg05
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Visiting brother 1885-06-06-pg06
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Was in Fort Worth 1885-06-20-pg01
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Selected for high school teacher 1885-06-27-pg07
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Resigned as teacher 1885-08-22-pg06
Battle, Miss Hattie Story Gone to Cleburne 1885-08-29-pg07
Battle, Miss Ida Story Visitors of Mrs. John Houston 1884-06-20-pg04
Battle, Miss Ida Story Has been teaching in Erath County 1885-06-20-pg07
Battle, Miss Ida Story Teaching at Black Creek 1885-07-18-pg07
Baty, J.T. Wedding Wed to Miss Elizabeth Spain 1885-12-26-pg08
Bauchamp, Mrs. Story President of Women's Union 1885-06-20-pg01
Baugh, Mr S.A. Story Working in blacksmith shop at Cottondale 1881-08-12-pg03
Baugh, Mr. J.H. Wedding Wed to Miss Lizzie Hays 1881-08-19-pg02
Baugh, Mr. John Story Sends Messenger to kindred 1880-11-12-pg03
Baugh, Mrs. Story Sons are to see their mother 1881-12-09-pg02
Baumgartner, Alice Story Assistant at high school 1885-09-05-pg07
Baylor, John Story Moved to Aurora 1880-04-23-pg03
Baylor, John Story Of Aurora 1880-07-02-pg03
Baylor, John Story Chestnut sorrel horse missing at Aurora 1880-07-09-pg03
Baylor, John Story Talking of moving 1881-03-11-pg04
Baylor, John Story Of Aurora, was in town 1881-11-25-pg03
Baylor, John Story Stock of goods at Willow Point  1883-10-26-pg03
Baylor, John Story Pleasant to meet friends at Decatur 1884-01-25-pg02
Baylor, John Story Of Willow Point, was in city 1885-02-21-pg07
Baylor, Mr. John Story Two new businesses being built in Garvin 1881-07-01-pg03
Baylor, Mr. John Story Moved family and stock from Aurora 1883-03-09-pg05
Baylor, Mr. John Story Of Willow Point gave us a call 1883-04-13-pg05
Beacham, Dorn Wedding Wed to Josie Slimp 1881-03-11-pg03
Beadleston, Mr Story Moved to tract of land on Garrett's Creek 1880-09-03-pg03
Beadleston, Mr. S.C. Story 5 miles S. West of here at Tyler Springs on Garrett's Creek 1881-07-29-pg03
Beale, J.W. Story Of Garrett Creek gave us a brief call 1880-08-27-pg03
Beale, J.W. Death Lived on Garrett's Creek last year, arrested 1881-01-21-pg03
Beall, R.H. Story Among leaders 1884-10-24-pg07
Beall, R.H. Esq. Story Canidate for Tax Collector 1880-06-18-pg03
Bean Boys Story Reward received by A. Edwards 1883-02-16-pg05
Bean Boys Story $1,200 reward has been paid 1883-04-13-pg05
Bean, Mrs. Robert Death Died at Forrestburg, Perryman grave yard 1883-05-04-pg04
Beans Creek Story Four miles below the wire road to Decatur 1881-11-04-pg02
Beans Creek Story Mineral wells on creek, laid off township 1881-11-25-pg02
Beard and Patterson Story Have dissolved partnership 1881-01-14-pg03
Beard, C.B. Story Having well in his yard 1881-03-25-pg02
Beard, C.B. Story Decatur City Election 1881-05-20-pg01
Beard, C.B. Story From Decatur Post-"Attempt to assassinate" 1884-03-28-pg03
Beard, C.B. Story Suit sent to lower court 1885-04-25-pg07
Beard, C.B. Story vs. City of Decatur 1885-05-02-pg04
Beard, C.B. Story Charged for slandering Miss House 1885-06-06-pg07
Beard, C.B. Story In Fort Worth past week 1885-11-21-pg07
Beard, C.B. Story Were in Fort Worth last week 1885-11-21-pg07
Beard, Miss Jennie Wedding Wed to Mr. J.L. Ward 1885-01-24-pg01
Bearden, Miss Parisea Wedding Wed to J.H. Sullins 1885-10-10-pg07
Beauchamp, Capt Story Of Aurora was pleaure driving 1881-09-30-pg03
Beauchamp, J.W. Wedding Wed to Miss Emma H. White 1885-06-13-pg06
Beauchamp, Mrs. Story Lectured at Alvord 1885-01-24-pg05
Beaver, Martin Wedding Wed to Annie Wallace [License] 1883-08-31-pg03
Bedford,  H.G. Story Of Seymour, spent Sunday night in Decatur 1884-10-17-pg05
Bedford, Eld. H.G. Story Farmed on Black Creek, raised corn, oats 1884-09-12-pg05
Bedford, H.G. Story Was in Decatur 1884-10-24-pg07
Bedford, H.G. Story Of Seymour, in Fort Worth 1885-02-07-pg07
Bedford, Mr. H.G. Story Leading cattle man of Archer Co. Texas 1880-06-11-pg04
Bedford, W.A. Story A cattle dealer of Knox County 1883-03-30-pg05
Beebe, Mr. R. Story Sends Messenger to uncle 1881-03-25-pg03
Beebe, Mr. Roland Death A loved infant of household 1881-02-04-pg03
Beeson, B.B. Death Of south part of county 1884-01-18-pg03
Beeson, Tinney Wedding Wed to Wm. Byrum 1881-01-14-pg02
Begley, Guynn Story Bringing young men from Arkansas 1884-03-14-pg03
Belcher, John Story Was discovered at Paradise 1885-09-12-pg07
Bell  County Story 6 yr. old boy picked 101 pounds of cotton 1880-12-03-pg01
Bell, Prof. Alexander Story Has been awarded the Voltz prize for best… 1880-09-17-pg04
Bell, R.V. Story Candidate for district judge 1884-10-31-pg05
Bellows, J. Story And family at Sunset 1883-11-09-pg03
Belton Story A cyclone made its appearance 1883-05-04-pg04
Bennett, F.L. Story Had Washinton Territory fever 1883-06-08-pg01
Bennett, James Story Escaped from penitentiary agent 1884-06-06-pg02
Bennett, James Story Convict captured, after escape 1884-06-18-pg02
Bennett, Jas. Story Taken from jail, 14 years 1884-05-30-pg03
Bennett, Miss Julia Wedding Wed to John C. Perrin 1883-03-23-pg05
Benson, F.K. Story A young man well known 1881-09-02-pg03
Benson, Miss Emma E Wedding Wed to Mr. A.W. McClumb? 1881-12-30-pg04
Bent, Sam Death Stabbed and died in saloon in Ft. Worth 1881-03-04-pg03
Beny, J.K. Story Was arrested 1885-06-20-pg01
Berry, Bill [colored] Story Taken from jail, 2 years 1884-05-30-pg03
Berry, F.H. Wedding Wed to Miss M.E. Leonard 1883-05-04-pg05
Berry, J.K. Story Gave bond and returned home 1885-07-11-pg07
Berry, M.T. Wedding Wed to Miss Allie Cherryhomes 1885-02-21-pg06
Berry, Mr. C.L. Story A resident of Keechi Valley in Jack County 1881-07-22-pg03
Beshires, W.R. Story Moved to near Newport in Clay County 1884-10-24-pg07
Beshtres, W.R. Story Assisting at Black Creek 1884-06-06-pg03
Bethel Story C.J. Vanmeter, A.M. Vanmeter 1881-11-18-pg03
Bethel Story Letter to editor 1885-12-19-pg07
Bethel Church Story Preaching on Garrett's Creek 1881-05-27-pg03
Bethel Church Story Singing concert held on Garrett's Creek 1881-06-24-pg03
Bethel Church Story On Garrett's Creek 1885-09-12-pg06
Bethel Meeting Story Was not held, too cold 1883-01-26 pg05
Bethel Meeting Story M. E. Quarterly Meeting held 1883-01-26-pg05
Bethel on Garrett's Creek Story Vocal music class met 1881-09-02-pg02
Bethel, Mr. G.B. Wedding Wed to Miss Sophia Skinner 1884-02-29-pg02
Bethell, E.T. Ad Barber at Lasiter's shop 1884-03-21-pg02
Betterton & Hopkins Story Paid $67.25 1885-11-14-pg06
Bevill, R.M. Story Dwelling comsumed by fire 1885-03-14-pg08
Beyette, Jno. Story Merchant at Alvord 1885-09-26-pg05
Beyette, John Story Nearly completed new house 1883-10-26-pg03
Beyette, John Story Firm known as Leslie & Beyette 1884-09-19-pg07
Beyette, John Story Has sole possession of store house 1884-10-24-pg07
Beyette, John Story A merchant of Alvord, sold 1885-11-14-pg06
Beyette, Joseph Wedding Wed to Miss Eula Crane 1883-05-25-pg05
Beyette, Louis Story Attendant at Hunt/Grissom wedding 1883-08-31-pg03
Beyette, Louis Story Was in Alvord 1883-10-26-pg03
Beyette, Louis Story Gave us a greeting 1884-01-25-pg03
Beyette, Louis Story Ill for weeks, some better 1884-02-29-pg03
Beyette, Mrs. Joe Story Very sick with fever 1885-09-19-pg04
Beyette, P.J. Story Sends Messenger to G H. Graves 1883-09-28-pg03
Beyettes Story G.H. Graves of Collin County visiting 1884-10-10-pg05
Biggers, John L. Death An invalid for many months 1883-03-16-pg05
Biggers, Mr. Jno. Story Is not expected to live 1881-11-04-pg03
Billings, Miss Alice Wedding Eloped with Richard Blackwell 1880-09-03-pg03
Billingsley, Arthur Death Dressmaker's son found dead at Buffalo Creek 1881-06-17-pg02
Billingsley, Mr. Joe Story Brother-in-law is well pleased 1881-05-06-pg03
Billington, J.L. Story Now a merchant of Antelope 1885-05-30-pg05
Billington, Mr. J.L. Story Late of Willow Point, now Jack Co. 1883-01-26-pg05
Billington, Mr. J.L. Story Of Jack Co. was in to see us 1883-04-20-pg05
Billington, Mr. J.L. Story Of Jack county, gave us a pleasant call 1883-06-01-pg05
Bingham, Jacob Story Had Washington Territory fever 1883-06-08-pg01
Birch, Dr. J.D. Story Returned from Gainesville 1885-01-24-pg04
Bird, C.C. Story Report of road reviewers  1885-08-15-pg06
Birdwell, Miss Martha  Wedding Wed to Wm. Shoemake 1885-10-10-pg07
Bishop, Levi Wedding Wed to M.C. Givens 1884-01-18-pg02
Bitting, Mr. S.T. Story Dry goods chief at Aurora 1885-01-24-pg01
Bitting, S.T. Story Purchased entire stock 1885-03-07-pg04
Bitting, S.T. Story Of Aurora, have gone to Virginia 1885-07-11-pg07
Bivens, Dan Wedding Wed to Miss Martha J. Newby 1885-07-04-pg07
Bivens, J.M. Wedding Wed to Sarah A. Newby 1885-02-14-pg07
Black & McClure Story Ginners 1880-09-03-pg03
Black and McClure gin Story 8 or 10 bales of cotton bound for Ft. Worth 1880-09-17-pg03
Black and McClure gin Story Has turned out 106 bales 1880-10-22-pg03
Black Creek Story Scarlet fever 1880-12-17-pg03
Black Creek Correspondence Stock water is scarce and grass is dry 1881-09-02-pg02
Black Creek Story Mat Huff, J.W. Maxey 1881-11-18-pg03
Black, Child Story Marion Black rejoices addition of baby girl 1881-03-04-pg03
Black, Child Death Child of T.B. Black was buried 1881-12-23-pg05
Black, Eld. Story Of Christian Church, holding meeting at Ennis 1884-09-12-pg05
Black, Gideon Wedding Wed to Catherine Dickson 1885-11-21-pg07
Black, J.H. Story Carpenters of our town 1884-06-20-pg02
Black, Julia Wedding Wed to W. M. Herndon 1885-02-14-pg06
Black, Marion Story Added to Church of Disciples 1880-08-13-pg03
Black, Miss Annie Wedding Wed to Sam Shortis 1885-11-21-pg07
Black, Mr. Story Horse did not have epizooty 1881-02-04-pg03
Black, Mr. J.H. Story Working on F.L. Mershon's new house 1880-12-10-pg03
Black, Mr. S.M. Death Killed by lightning 1884-05-30-pg02
Black, Mr. Sr.  Story From near Audubon 1880-11-26-pg03
Black, Mr. T.B. Story Will add a new saw mill 1881-10-28-pg03
Black, Mr. T.M. Story And family has moved to Denton county 1881-12-30-pg05
Black, Mrs. Lusetta Story An elder lady living near here 1881-07-08-pg03
Black, S.J. Wedding Wed to Laura A. Fields 1885-03-07-pg08
Black, T. Story Has returned from the Fort 1880-11-12-pg03
Black, T. Story Moving back from Fort Worth 1881-02-18-pg03
Black, T. Story Moved back to this place 1881-03-04-pg03
Black, T. Story Has the measles 1881-03-11-pg03
Black, T. Story Fresh beef for sale on public square Wed. and Sat. 1881-08-05-pg03
Black, T. Story Sends Messenger to David G. Inman 1881-09-30-pg03
Black, T.& F.M. Story Gained a land suit in Tarrant 1881-06-24-pg03
Black, T.A, Story Hogs driven to the Fort 1880-12-17-pg03
Black, T.B. Story Has sold 40 acres to S. W. Mundy 1881-09-16-pg03
Black, T.B. Story Paradise former Miller is farming 1883-04-20-pg05
Black, Thomas Story Sold north of here 1881-08-12-pg03
Black, Todd Story Killed stork on Hutton Pond 1880-06-18-pg03
Black, Tom Story After new gin-stand and press 1880-08-27-pg03
Black. Miss M.A. Wedding Wed to W.A. Stevens 1885-11-21-pg07
Blackburn, C.B. Story Bridgeport School trustee 1880-08-06-pg04
Blackburn, C.B. Story Rented farm form Mr. L.S. Scribner 1880-12-03-pg03
Blackburn, J.A. Wedding Wed to Elizabeth Williams 1885-02-07-pg06
Blackburn, J.W. Story Bowie and Alvord station 1885-11-28-pg07
Blackburn, Mrs. A.B. Death Remove from our midst 1885-03-21-pg04
Blackburn, Rev. Story At festival in Alvord 1885-12-26-pg08
Blackerby, Joseph Story Shot James Wyrick over sheep 1883-04-20-pg04
Blackwell, Irv. Story Contemplate building residence at Cottondale $5 for deed 1881-08-05-pg03
Blackwell, Mr. Richard Wedding Eloped with Alice Billings 1880-09-03-pg03
Blagg, J.C. Wedding Wed to Miss M. Jennings 1885-10-10-pg07
Blakey, Kate Story Teaching at Aurora 1881-01-21-pg03
Blakey, Miss Story Resumed her school with about 25 pupils 1881-08-05-pg03
Blakey, Miss Story Sends Messenger to sister, Mrs. Matthews, in Springtown 1881-08-05-pg03
Blakey, Miss Story Has closed her day school until cotton is picked 1881-09-09-pg03
Blakey, Miss  Story Attendance at Pleasant Hill 1880-06-18-pg03
Blakey, Miss  Story Will have charge of children 1881-06-17-pg03
Blakey, Miss  Story Dismissed school until August 1881-07-15-pg03
Blakey, Miss Kate Story Opens school at McAfee School, Paradise 1880-04-09-pg03
Blakey, Miss Kate Story To begin a school here 1881-04-15-pg03
Blakey, Miss Kate Story Sister of Mrs. Geo. Matthews 1881-07-22-pg03
Blakey, Miss Kate Story Visiting guest of F.L. Mershon 1883-05-11-pg05
Blakey, Miss Kate Story Present preceptress having vacation 1883-05-18-pg05
Blakey, Miss Kate Story Teaching at Jasper Creek 1885-02-07-pg07
Bland & Harnsberger Story Appealed their case 1885-10-10-pg01
Bland John Story Convicted of horse theft 1885-09-19-pg07
Bland, H.A. Story Arrested, put in jail 1885-09-12-pg07
Bland, J.E. Story Found guility 1885-05-09-pg05
Bland, John Story Arrested near Boonsville 1885-03-07-pg05
Blanton, Dr. Story Is sick 1881-01-14-pg03
Blanton, Dr. Story Sold farm near Chico 1881-04-08-pg02
Blanton, Dr. J.B. Story Is in delicate health 1883-11-16-pg02
Blanton, Dr. J.B. Story Health improving 1883-12-21-pg03
Blanton, Dr. J.W. Death A prominent physician 1884-02-15-pg02
Blanton, Dr. Jas. Story Of Chico, was reported very low 1883-12-21-pg03
Blanton, Dr. John B. Story From Decatur to Chico 1881-04-01-pg02
Blanton, Dr. John B. Story Resident of Chico, respected man 1884-08-01-pg07
Blanton, Mattie J. Story Have visited Fort Worth during week 1885-11-28-pg07
Bledsoe, Uncle George Story Has bought Kelsey residence 1881-12-09-pg02
Blount, Gen. James G. Death Died in Washington insane asylum 1881-08-05-pg02
Bloxom, Infant Death Child of Mr. T. Bloxom 1883-06-08-pg05
Blythe, Miss Mamie Story At festival in Alvord 1885-12-26-pg08
Blythe, Miss Mary Story Of Decatur, were guests of R.C. Johnson 1883-11-02-pg03
Boatmun, J.J. Story Locating and buying property 1881-05-06-pg03
Boatright, W.C. Wedding Wed to Willett Fulington 1883-10-12-pg03
Boaz and Battle Story Cotton caught fire 200 bales destroyed 1881-05-06-pg02
Boaz and Ellis building Story In Fort Worth is progressing 1881-07-08-pg02
Boaz, Dave Story Killer of Dave Boaz found guilty, 2nd degree 1881-03-11-pg03
Bobo, C.G. Wedding Wed to Miss Katie Crow 1885-12-26-pg08
Bobo, Dr. C.S. Wedding Wed to Miss Katie Crow of Keeter 1885-09-26-pg05
Bobo, Mr. Story Of Aurora, were in our city a few days ago since 1881-11-25-pg03
Bobo, Simpson Story Of south part of County, ill 1883-10-12-pg02
Bobo, Simpson Story Convened as jury commissioners 1885-03-14-pg05
Bobo, Young Child Death Mr. Bobo's child buried 1880-04-23-pg03
Bobo, Z.B. Wedding Wed to Miss Bettie Morris 1885-06-20-pg06
Bobo's Gin Story Near Pleasant Grove 1884-02-08-pg03
Bodenhammer, J. Death Murdered near Henrietta 1880-11-19-pg03
Bodine, Rosa Wedding Wed to Henry F. Wilson 1884-01-18-pg02
Boggs, Lee Wedding Wed to J.T. Fish 1885-02-07-pg06
Boles Death Traveling salesman at Bridgeport 1883-01-26-pg05
Boles, Miss Jennie Wedding Wed to C.C. Spraggins 1885-07-18-pg07
Boling, Elder Story A large audience on Sunday 1880-08-20-pg03
Boling, Elder Story Of the Baptist church gave us a call 1880-12-24-pg03
Boling, Elder Story Preached on last Saturday and Sunday 1881-01-21-pg03
Boling, Elder Story Preached on foot washing 1881-02-25-pg03
Boling, Elder Story Of Baptist Church 1881-07-22-pg03
Bond, Annie Wedding Wed to A.J. Kinnard 1844-02-22-pg03
Bond, John W. Wedding Wed to F.G. Lewis 1884-02-22-pg03
Bond, L.C. Story Appointed Garvin officer of election 1884-02-29-pg03
Bone, John Story Noted character in Wise, Clay & Jack 1885-02-07-pg04
Bone, N.M. Death Found frozen to death near Fort Worth 1880-11-12-pg03
Bonner, Mr. R. J. Wedding Wed to Miss Florence Shoemaker 1881-07-08-pg01
Bonner, W.A. Story Wise county notary 1885-04-04-pg04
Books for blind Story 100 books printed for blind 1881-08-19-pg01
Boomer, W.A. Story Motion adopted 1885-08-01-pg06
Boone, Dan Story Greenback labor party in Jack County 1881-07-01-pg03
Boone, Dan Story Is not dead, but in Sunset 1883-03-02-pg05
Boone, Dan Story Not old Dan Boone who discovered KY 1883-04-13-pg04
Boone, Dan Story Little boy fell at Sunset 1885-08-29-pg07
Boone, Daniel Story Greenback appointment 1880-09-10-pg04
Boone, Daniel Story Of Pella, Greenhaw Hatchett & Co., ginned 221 1880-11-26-pg03
Boone, Daniel Story Moved to Jacksboro 1881-02-04-pg03
Boone, J.L. Story Elected alderman at Sunset 1884-08-15-pg07
Boone, W. Story Grange Picnic on land 1884-07-18-pg05
Boonsville Story Correspondence 1881-01-21-pg02
Boonsville Story Excitement over schoolhouse being built 1881-04-22-pg04
Boonsville Story Cowboys thick in this neighborhood 1881-04-22-pg04
Boonsville Story Justice Court in session 1881-04-22-pg04
Boonsville Story Horse thieves 1881-05-27-pg04
Boonsville Correspondence Mr. Chas. Miller has built a new residence 1881-12-23-pg04
Boonsville Story Lumber purchased to build 2 story school 1883-03-23-pg05
Boonsville Story Lumnber on ground for new school 1883-04-27-pg04
Boonsville Story Examined boy, Penrod, Sherwood, Nokes, etc. 1883-05-11-pg01
Boonsville Story Correspondence, Alexander, McCrain, etc. 1883-09-07-pg02
Boonsville Story Destroyed by fire 1884-02-15-pg02
Boonsville Texas Story Mr. Reynolds, Mrs. Newsom, Dr. Harrison 1880-06-11-pg02
Boonsville Texas Story Rally! Greenbackers of Precinct No. 8 1880-07-16-pg03
Boonsville Texas Story Greenback meeting 1880-07-23-pg03
Boonsville Texas Story Baptist closed meeting at Oxford Water. 1880-07-30-pg02
Boonsville Texas Story Methodist sharp shooting 1880-07-30-pg02
Boonsville Texas Story Correspondence 1880-11-19-pg01
Booth & Carswell Story Assume control of Decatur Tribune 1881-05-06-pg03
Booth & Cates Story To secure a new road to the fields 1881-06-24-pg02
Booth, Col. Story Gone to Austin 1881-01-21-pg02
Booth, Col. Story Spotted sharper who stole $500 bond 1883-09-21-pg02
Booth, Col. Story Received telegram from Sheriff Boyd, bond found 1883-10-05-pg02
Booth, Col. Story Of Wise County delivers to Board of Education 1883-10-05-pg03
Booth, Col. Story Commissioner to Worlds Cotton Expo 1884-05-09-pg03
Booth, Col. Story Have returned from New Orleans 1885-01-10-pg05
Booth, Col. Story Is in Austin on business 1885-02-21-pg07
Booth, Col. Story Has returned from Austin 1885-04-11-pg07
Booth, Col. Story Went to Austin 1885-06-13-pg07
Booth, Col.  Story Had a fist fight 1880-10-08-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Under obligations for favors 1881-02-11-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Under obligations for favors 1881-02-18-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Under obligations for favors 1881-02-25-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Deaf and dumb girl to go to asylum 1881-03-04-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Had his valise stolen on train from Austin to Alvarado 1883-09-14-pg02
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Short trip to Mississippi 1883-10-12-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Was in Austin 1883-11-09-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Has our thanks for map of Texas 1884-02-08-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Took in cattleman's convention 1884-03-14-pg03
Booth, Col. J.W. Story At Summer Normal School at Mineola 1884-07-11-pg07
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Spoke at Round Tree School 1884-10-24-pg07
Booth, Col. J.W. Story Of Decatur, at Fort Worth opera house 1885-02-14-pg06
Booth, Colonel Story A pleasure to feel grasp 1883-12-14-pg03
Booth, J.F. Mr Story Sends the Messenger 1881-05-27-pg03
Booth, J.W. Story Returned from Austin 1883-04-20-pg05
Booth, J.W. Story Of Wise County, sells bonds to the State School fund 1883-08-31-pg03
Booth, J.W. Story Incorporator of Tribune Publishing Co. 1883-09-14-pg03
Booth, J.W. Story In Austin delivering bonds, sold for $100,000, pd. in silver 1883-10-05-pg03
Booth, J.W. Story Off to Austin 1885-01-10-pg05
Booth, J.W. Story Went to Dallas 1885-07-11-pg07
Booth, J.W. Story Visited Dallas 1885-08-22-pg06
Booth, J.W. Story In Fort Worth past week 1885-11-21-pg07
Booth, J.W. Story Were in Fort Worth last week 1885-11-21-pg07
Booth, J.W. Col. Story Greenback Convention 1880-06-11-pg02
Booth, John Story Has arrived at his old home in Dallas Co. MO 1881-09-30-pg03
Booth, John F. Story Acquaintance of J.J. Richardson arrived 1880-09-17-pg03
Booth, John F. Story Of Missouri rented land to till. 1880-10-15-pg03
Booth, John F. Story Bound for Arkansas, will foffow in a few days 1881-08-19-pg03
Booth, Mrs W.J. Story Fallen heir to property from Uncle 1881-03-04-pg03
Booth,Mrs. J.W. Story Quiet sick 1881-03-04-pg02
Booty, Judge A.J. Story Occupied bench in court 1885-03-14-pg05
Boozer, H. & J. Story Farm for sale 1884-07-11-pg07
Boozer, Henry Story False notice in the Messenger 1884-08-29-pg05
Borland, Price Death Taken with pneumonia 1883-12-21-pg03
Boston & McClure Story Sold 1200 lbs of wool 1881-05-06-pg03
Boston & Shean Story Will open a new store 1881-09-02-pg03
Boston and McClure Story Have a few head of Leicester and Cotswold lambs for sale 1881-07-08-pg03
Boston Transcript Story New electric power motor for sewing 1884-06-06-pg04
Boston, A. Story Both experienced brick makers 1881-05-20-pg03
Boston, A.A. Story Brought suit against a party 1884-04-04-pg03
Boston, Abner A. Story Our new merchant will move to Mershon place 1881-07-22-pg03
Boston, Abner A. Story Having bought stock of goods from W. H. Mershon 1881-08-19-pg03
Boston, Messrs Story Who live a few miles northwest of here 1881-07-01-pg03
Boston, Mr. A. Story Sends Messenger to brother 1881-07-01-pg03
Boston, Mr. A.A. Story Second clip from 400 sheep, 25 cents 1881-09-23-pg03
Bounds, Rube Story Each transferred from county to district 1880-12-17-pg03
Bouvet, Mollie Wedding Wed to Ed Nichols 1885-02-07-pg06
Bowden, Girl Death Buck Bowden's girl buried 1884-03-21-pg03
Bowers, H.M. Story Of Bridgeport, were in Fort 1883-12-14-pg03
Bowers, Mrs. Mary E. Story F.A. Hicks sends Messenger to sister 1884-10-17-pg05
Bowers, W.W. Story Visitor in Aurora of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Ward 1885-08-29-pg07
Bowers, Walter Story Employed by gambling house 1881-01-07-pg03
Bowie Story Has National Bank, first in county 1883-05-04-pg08
Bowie Story Thirty foot shaft sunk 1884-02-15-pg02
Bowie Story New county with county seat 1884-04-11-pg03
Bowie Story Aspire to be county seat 1884-04-18-pg02
Bowie Story Clark brothers recently arrested and charged 1884-10-24-pg08
Bowie Story Bowie Coal Co., two or three tons  1885-09-05-pg04
Bowles, D.K. Story Inmate of our jail 1883-06-08-pg05
Bowling, W.J. Story Will preach her next Tuesday night 1880-09-10-pg03
Bowling, W.J. Story Delivered sermon at Poolville 1884-09-05-pg07
Bowman, Dr. Story Trial of James charged with murder 1883-05-04-pg05
Bowman, Mrs. Death Few miles west was buried 1884-03-07-pg03
Bowman, S.C. Wedding Wed to M.E. McCracken 1883-11-09-pg03
Boyd, A.L. Story List of county notaries 1885-03-14-pg04
Boyd, B.F. Story Of Aurora, daughter Emma Finch died 1885-06-13-pg06
Boyd, Belle Story Known as Mrs. Hammond in Dallas 1884-08-08-pg05
Boyd, Belle Story Story about Mrs. J. S. Hammond 1884-10-03-pg03
Boyd, Dick Story Fence cut in Aurora 1883-11-23-pg03
Boyd, Dick Story Dangerously ill 1885-03-07-pg05
Boyd, Dick Story 4 clever sons visited Exposition 1885-05-23-pg05
Boyd, H.T. Story Of Aurora country, welcome visitors 1885-09-05-pg06
Boyd, J.F. Story Petition for election 1885-08-15-pg06
Boyd, J.L. Story Appointed Bridgeport officer of election 1884-02-29-pg03
Boyd, Jim Story Wife, daughter of Uncle Sam Woody 1885-07-11-pg07