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(Updated June 22, 2003)

MARRIAGE LICENSES.

J. P. McKenzie and Mrs. Lula Miller.
Walter W. Karnes and Miss Lydia O. Juelz.
Howard Johnson and Mary Coleman.
Dennie Wood and Johnnie Scott.
Ben Jainson and Nettie Bendey.

- April 4, 1909, Dallas Daily Times Herald, Sec. II, p. 4, col. 4.
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MARRIAGE LICENSES.

P. B. Brownlee and Audice Fitzhugh.
A. C. Jones and Iola Carlton.
Dave Wheeler and Mrs. Laura Brigham.
C. L. Holmes and Mrs. S. Wempe.
W. E. Rice and Minnie Lee.
Dennie Wood and Johnnie Scott.
Walter W. Karnes and Lydia O. Juebz.
Howard Johnson and Mary Coleman.
James V. Scott and Nora Stanfill.

- April 6, 1909, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 2, col. 1.
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LOCAL COURTS.
Forty-Fourth District Court.

Hon. E. B. Muse, Judge

     Mrs. Julius Christian vs. John C. Christian, divorce; dismissed at instance of plaintiff. Costs taxed against plaintiff.
     Mrs. C. Vickers vs. Edgar Vickers, divorce. Dismissed at instance of plaintiff. Domestic ties rehabilitated.
     Martha Underwood vs. Clarence Underwood, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Ora Braxton vs. M. M. Braxton, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Mrs. Ethel Harding vs. B. Y. Harding, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Mrs. E. Mayben vs. H. H. Mayben, divorce and injunction; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Eliza McMillion vs. Floyd McMillion, divorced; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Leola Smith vs. Albert Hall Smith, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Mrs. C. D. Johnson vs. O. D. Johnson, divorce; continued for service.
     L. L. McDonald vs. Aaron McDonald, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Mrs. Corine Garrett vs. Arthur Garrett, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Ed Gilbert vs. Rosey Gilbert, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     J. M. Foshee vs. Georgia Foshee, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     James Thomas vs. Jodia Thomas, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     Frank McDade vs. Lula McDade, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     William Collier vs. Bell Collier, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     William Rhodes vs. Alice Rhodes, divorce. This cause is dismissed; plaintiff is dead.
     M. M. Meager vs. W. R. Meager, divorce; dismissed at plaintiff's instance at plaintiff's costs.
     Goldie Hammand vs. Ray Hammond, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.
     May Booker vs. Louis Booker, divorce; dismissed for failure to prosecute.

NEW SUITS FILED.

Sarah A. Angel vs. J. M. Angel, divorce and custody of children.

Sixty-Eighth District Court.
Hon. J. C. Roberts, Judge.

     J. E. Kerce vs. Gussie Kerce, divorce; divorce is granted, costs taxed against plaintiff.
     Mrs. Lona Bateman vs. Charles L. Bateman, divorce; divorce granted, costs taxed against plaintiff.

NEW SUITS FILED.

Mrs. Emma Elliott vs. M. H. Elliott, divorce.

- April 6, 1909, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 6, col. 4-5.
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ANGEL WEEPS BECAUSE
MARRIED WRONG WOMAN

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Peculiar Allegation in Action for Di-
vorce Filed in District Court.

     In a suit for divorce filed in the district court to-day by Sarah A. Angel vs. J. M. Angel, the plaintiff says that on April 7, 1908, the defendant threw himself across the bed and cried like a child, because he was married to the plaintiff, and could not marry a young woman with whom he was infatuated. The couple were married in 1891 and have four children, the eldest, nine, and the youngest, four.

- April 6, 1909, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 11, col. 2.
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LOCAL COURTS.
Sixty-Eighth District Court.

NEW SUITS FILED.

     Madge Bolton vs. Ross Bolton, divorce.

- August 14, 1909, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 4, col. 4.
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LOCAL COURTS.
Fourteenth District Court.

Hon. Kenneth Foree, Judge.

     Mrs. Lizzie Barnes vs. R. W. Barnes, divorce, application for alimony; application granted and amount fixed at $10. Defendant ordered to pay it into registry of court every Monday of each week until final hearing of this cause.

- August 16, 1909, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 2, col. 4.
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