If you can't locate an obituary online, try contacting a library in the area you are searching.
Many libraries have local newspapers on microfilm and in some cases, the obituaries will be indexed.
The new ownership consisted of Jewish businessmen Gabriel Burgower, Nathaniel Bornstein and Samuel Berliner, who were not accepted by the local business fraternity.
En este último caso se está utilizando la palabra adjuntar como verbo, mientras que, en los dos primeros se utilizaba como adjetivo. Fort Worth’s White Elephant, site of more than a few gunfights, shady deals and high-stakes games in its day, was plenty wild at times, yet it was also a business model for successful saloon entrepreneurship.A true Western saloon, such as the White Elephant, was a different critter from any of its nearest kin — the dance house, parlor house or variety theater — even though they were often to be found right next door to each other.Among these four Western institutions, only the saloon combined drinking, gambling and male fellowship under one roof.Most gentlemen’s saloons (there were other types, too) would not serve proper ladies and frowned upon the other kind of women hanging around the premises.Es por ello que he querido aclararlo en nuestro blog. Para que nadie de aquellos que pertenecen a nuestra comunidad caiga en ese tipo de errores garrafales. Many concerned citizens considered the dance houses the greatest curse to befall their Western towns.The parlor house, or bordello, though, could be worse.If distance presents a problem, try joining a Kansas mailing list for the locality and perhaps you will locate someone in the area who can do a newspaper lookup for you.In Fort Worth, Texas, on February 8, 1887, ‘Long-haired Jim’ Courtright loudly called Luke Short out of the White Elephant Saloon and didn’t live long to regret it.