ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 439 items from Weatherford Enquirer, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
439 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. II.--NO. 45. WEATHERFORD TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. \ p I Hip?, THE DUTY OP COURAGEOUS PATRIOTISM. The alien land law is right in prin- ciple, but when it was made so strin- gent that the foreigner cannot coin- pete with the Yankee in lending us money at a low rate of interest, the jack-rabbit legislature overjumped the bounds of business. What the people want when they do borrow is money at a low rate of interest.— Cleburne Chronicle. The principle is all right, but it affects the interests of all Texas. What is wanted is an avoidance of a conflict of principle and interest. The alien land law should be amend- ed.—Houston Post. What is wanted is a distinction be- tween an alien ownership of large bodies of agricultural lands and the security which every man, alien or citizen, should have for his money. What is wanted is American man- hood and American common sense which will not yield to a senseless clamor against...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

te ft ■ ■¿ ; Writes a History of All His Railroad Intervention Cases. HE WAS RIGHT, BUT LOST, And Puts th* Blame on tha IUM Suprema Court. la bis letter of Sept. 21, written by request of Senator Gossett, Gov. Ilogg give* a detailed history of all the OMea he, m attorney general, brought againat railroad companies. In reference to the now famous, if not notorious, ease against the International and Great Kortbern railroad company he saya: "The fourth and last cases involving that company's affairs in whicb I par- ticipated was the ones at Taylor of the Farmers' loan and trust company and J. 8. Kennedy et al., against tbe Inter- national and Great Northern. Tbe plaintiffs in those cases were the alleged creditors or bondholder* of tbe com- pany. They Bought to establish their claims, amounting to over $16,000,000 In bonds, and to have the property sold to satisfy their demands. "I intervened in these actions on the 6th of September, 1880, before Judge McCord, six months after the fam...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

' ' PUBLIC OPINION. i f y, >< M Yea. He la. Greenville Herald. The man who is always telling the newspapers to pitch into this, that or the other thing, and claims that it lacks nerve because it does not rip people up the back is the same one who will jump on the paper with a libel suit if it should ever become necessary to show him up. His Happiest Hour. Memphis Appeul-Avalanche. The happiest hour McKinley will have during the Ohio campaign will be when Roger Q. Mills shall leave the state. Alliance Organs Honest- Atlanta Journal. The Alliance organs are honeBt in the confession that they are "devoted to the interests of the Alliance," but it would be much better for the order if it had more newspapers devoted to its principles. Business Me'ns Fault. Houston Post. Business men will just have to come out of their shells and take more inter- est in the politics of this countiy. That is the only way to protect themselves and keep politics out of their interests. Many of our best...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

• . w I * \m y &¥; - 1 '?M¿ (¡ir ¡ÉA' j i ; ;; *- . 1 vi Wmm 'i ■ Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY XJ. 2HJ. UTTXjXI & CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. On* year Six month* ... Three month*. Single oop> ... 11.00 . 74 . :«o 5 Counting Rooms on MAIN STREET, one block Month of Square. All are itivitcd to call and *ee u* at any time. JAS- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E> E. HULL, Business Manager. Entered at the PofctolBceat Weatherford, Texan, iu second-Claim mail matter. WEATHERFORD, OCT. 8. SALUTATORY. To reader* who know him a formal salutatory Irom the editor would be useless; to the press, tame; while to strangers his work on Tub Enquirer should speak far better for him. A public journal, like the records of the seekers tor or the incumbents of public office, is public property; The Enquirer challenges the just criticism of an intelligent people. With the private affairs or personal habits of the private citizen Tub En- quirer has naught to do ; its mission is to build up whatever is ...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

/ The Enquirer. WEATHEHFORD, OCT. 8, 1891. Business Notlos. To Subscribers: The Enqui kick is sent to all names of subscrilmrs of this and adjoining counties to the Sitn and the Constitution, of which it is the successor. The Enquirer will till all unex- pired subscriptions to the Sun and Constitution up to date, as shown on the books, unless otherwise re- quested. The Enquikkk will be sent to all paid up subscribers of the Constitu- tion and Sun for a reasonable time in which subscribers can make known their wishes as to subscribing for it. The subscription price to the En- quirer is one dollar ($1.00) per an- num. All old subscribers will please inform the management of their wishes as to subscription. The En- quirkr wishes to carry none but bona fide subscribers and will not .knowingly impose itself upon any one. Please address or call on Thk Enquirer, Weatherford, Texas. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The cotton couies from Hood. The cotton comes from Tarrant. The cottou comes from Jack co...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

• «ft m Máé stem-1 .11 * « IlklPil liNÉifHMjMÉMM nc oflkM should se r few politicians would to do. >k the nú have any- Er At tot king trimmer in politic* the ▲tienta ' Constitution now takes tbe largest cake. How. Sam Max by may be old but be will icwpt the intent ate railway com- al islonerihip or anything else a* a Mating place. He ha* been in office. It ia not at all probable that Blaine Will oppoae Harrison's «nomination. Tbe disaffected Republicans might as well seleet some other to "lead the for Ion hope.w Texas Democratic congressmen are on deck. Lanbam, Crain, Abbott. Culberson and Bailey have all declared they can give up office, but they will sot swallow tbe Ocal a demands. To Hon. Webb Finley, chairman of the Democratic Executive committee: What will be the test next year of the qualifications of the voters at democrat" ic primaries? You need not answer Instanter. Since all the states have made or are trying to make ''Labor t)ay" a legal holiday, would it not be well f...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

CALL ON DAN D. HARTNETT, GEMS FROM JOKERS. -THE- LEADING - GROCER, For Anything You Need in His Line HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE!! COURTEOUS TREATMENT SHOWN TO ALL. NORTH MAIN STREET, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. J. R. CO UTS, Prest. R. W. KINKKIi, Vioe-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. &c STTRiFLTTS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. OLD HALARIA SUFFERERS! Collections a Specialty. North Main St. A HANDSOME CRAM PORTRAIT FREE! For a short time we are going to advertise our business by giving EVERY PURCHASE!! of ONE DOZEN CABINET PHOTOS at our regular price A FINE, LARGE 3-4 LIFE SIZE PORTRAIT. All wishing pictures of any kind made will save money by calling on us during the next THIRTY DAYS at our gallery on YOUK AVENUE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Respectfully, MR. and MRS. EARLY ROGERS. BE FARMERS' EXCHANGE SALOON, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pure Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMILY AND...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 October 1891

77 :*¥• .¿W ■•■"■ ■ ' Lili Í'&VííC', ¡11111 Big run *11 over Western Tern IV PV. É!-. m¡t I &■ | I ■ | I STATE NEWS. •11 over Westei ¡range fair at McGregor wm All lamber mills in But Texas ara Dublin continues to grow fu people *ad trade. The Hood district court adjouaed TMtday. The Pecto valley fair at Browawood «Ml auooM. Oak Óhtt suffered a loss of $89.000 by in Sept. 95. Train service has been resumed on the Track railroad. The cotton crop in Texaa la reported «■•third abort, Diatrict court convenes in Som< •Well next Monday. Sixty veaaela are running regularly to aed from Velasoo. The Marlow mob trial will be held •I Graham Oetober 19. Oten Boat leads all Texaa towns in fti number of artesian wells. One threeher at Wichita Falla íhreahed 10,000 bushels of wheat. Thirty aeren marriage lioenaes were litaed at La Grange during Sept. The state Republican executive com- mittee will meet In Dallas October 25. The Fannin county alliance turned Ottt all the anti-sabtreasnry...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

THE WEATHERFOKD ENQUIRER. VOL. XI.--NO. 46. ■ ur WEATHERFOKD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. EDITORIAL NOTES. While you are thinking, think what ought to be done with the state school fund. The legislator who will frame a con- stitutional law of redemption of all lands sold under mortgage or trust deeds will win lasting fame. As long as the national banking sys- tem is based upon United States bonds, •o long will the banks themselves be the victims of the bond speculators. "Baby Frankie" is now the reigning belle with the democratic newspapers Her papa and mamma may add''Folsom'' but they can never take ' Frankie" away lrom her name. "Rotation in office" is a democratic rule unless the incumbent has demon- strated his preeminent fitness for the po- sition. Who has been showing any .preeminent ability? Please take time to name him. Judge Goodrich of the Waco dis- trict has held the alien land law uncon- stitutional. No lawver ever doubted the courts...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

NORWOOD'S BANKING SYSTEM. I KSPv ¿'' 1 S 1 ' 4, i ^ | ! j • - I L ' IPf ; ! } I | ma . A Substitute For the Sub-Treasury- Money For all the People. By Akm>c14í6<! l'refc". Atum a, Gh . Se|)l. HO—Thomas M. Norwood, ex United States senator of Georgia, in response to tbe limita- tion of the legislature to addrebg iheai on the alliance sub-treasury plan, spoke here touiglit on the general question of the finances and currency of the United States. He advanced a plan for bank- iug that is new. He contends that the accelerated accumulation of capital in the few eastern states and in the hauds of a few persons is destructive to the west and south and will liually destroy the eastern states. It produces con- gestion in one part of our political body and paralysis in the other parts OUTLINES A NEW PLAN. ilia plan is, in brief, for congress to direct the secretary of the treasury to prepare a sufficient number of legal tender ¿otes of convenient denomina- tions, which added to the exis...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

C. D. HARTNETT & CO., Wholesale Grocers, NORTH MAIN STREET. LONE STAR OPINION. Largest "Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THE GREAT QUESTION. The Democracy Should Not Be Di- verted From the Tariff. Atlanta, Sept.'25. To the Editor of the Journal: The proposition 1 first made in speech about the free silver craze was that it was designed to distract atten- tion from the tariff. It afforded au ex- cuse for some persons to attack my de- mocracy because L am opposed to free coinage. The attacks made upon me and my democracy in public speech, especially by Mr. Livingston, have de- manded that I present my view of the matter. In doing this through your columns I have felt it necessary to say, and again to repeat, that we must not fall into the error of allowing our attention to be distracted by their free silver craze or its discussion from the vital question of tariff reform. We all agree that the country is suffering financial distress. Mr. Liv- ingston and the school ...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

Hfc ft PNMtfHMMPppMH • The Enquirer. THURSDAY EVERY BV HULL & CO PUBLISHED PRICE- subscription li <«i one year Si* month* Thre* month Mingle copy ■ : ' 'K?'* Df < ; } I Sí K ' r 1 i I •* ri U i i, i * ÍS®& That City Ordinano* Thk In«/i.'ikkh I* informed that at a recent meeting of the oity council, an ordinance was passed requiring the ^jr owjj | Texas and Pacific railroad company to bring every train to a full stop be. ! fore crossing N'orti^ Main street, and that in cifti sequence I lie company feel that the city is unfriendly to the theni who have always done and are doing their utmost, especially to accomodate the Weatherford public Couniin* Rooms on Mais street, one block ¡ The company claim that owing to HO"tb oiB,,.^e|AU «o c«tl -n<í thí> ucarnt^of t,|f.¡r deput to saitl — j street the required extra stops entail upon them considerable loss of time and extra expense and this unneces- sarily. It is said no other city along the line have imposed such restric...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

The Enquirer. WEATHERFORD, OCT. 15, 1891. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHKRFORU, MINKRAI, WELLS AN'O NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABI.K. (To take Effect Sunday, October 18, 1W1.) FBOM WEATHEBFOB1). No 8.—Leave Weatheríord (i l."> p m " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 37 p in No. 1.—Leave Weatlierford 11 no a m " Arrive Mineral Wells 12 'J.' p lu TO WEATHERFOIU). No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 '20 a ra " Arrive Weatberford 8 42 a in No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 8 00 p ra " Arrive Weatheríord 4 22 p in Trains Nos, 1, 2, a and 4 daily except Sunday. Close connection at Weatlierford with the T. & P. and tí., (J. t Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with Graham stage line. A. K. McKay, Supt. TAX AS & PACIFIC. East bonnd, No. 4 4:18 p. in. West bound, No. 3 10:30 p. in. accommodation. No 10 9:03 a. m. WULK, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. in. North bouud 11 a. ra., 6:15 p. ra. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Creason. "V* LOCAL AND PERSONAL...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

WW-, ,; ■ HPS! ra.:: i fe? -r Il ^Il: i.i ' flJK s®áfeá $«;S§ MP gs$gi¡; ft-:'' Bgpf SSffe1, ■ HB I# -í-l ■■¡Ww® Wmk jpv>; i- wj®S4 IMÍI - oy. in Oblo 1 ■ bu been lowered.io price by t*, and tin plate low- 1 in priee bj doubling tbe duty, off tbe Ux of two cent* a pound nu?«r cheaper, letting on a tax of two cents a pound make* tin plate cheaper. D'ye ec? Clear as Hill on:th« Tariff. From tbe Kaum* City Star. In 1888." says Governor Bill in bis Pougbkerpaie speech, "the democratic party planted the flag of tariff reform and will carry it ontli victory is won. If onr friends, tbe republicans, are tired of it tbey may abandon it; bnt the democratic party will proclaim it every where." Mr. Cleveland could not have stated the cuse more plainly. It is because tbey are insidiously taxed into poverty, because nnjust and unwise laws artificially depress tbe price of what the —n worker has to sell and raise tbe pi. >f what he has to buy. Ills array of facts is im- pressive. Bis analysi...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

I s¡ ■y Si CALL ON DAN D. HARTNETT, -TIEUEJ- LEADING - GROCER, For Anything You Need in His Line HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE!! COURTEOUS TREATMENT SHOWN TO ALL. NORTH MAIN STREET, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. j. k. coüt8, Prest. R. w. KINDER, Vlce-Prest. A. X. GRANT, Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c STTIRIFHiTTS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. A HANDSOME CRAYON PORTRAIT FREE! For a short time we are going to advertise our business by giving EVERY PURCHASER of ONE DOZEN CABINET PHOTOS at our regular price A FINE, LARGE 3-4 LIFE SIZE PORTRAIT. All wishing pictures of any kind made wiiJ save money by calling on us during the next THIRTY DAYS at our gallery on YORK AVENUE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Respectfully, MR. and MRS. EARLY ROGERS. TEE FABMEHS' EICHMGE SALOON, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pure Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSE...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 October 1891

mm Mil V J. It. Johnson returned Monday tfom Dallas. W. H. Crawford returned last Tuesday from Tennessee. (An Lucy Johnson Spent Monday In Dallas and returned Tuesday. Sheriff Slsk left Tuesday evennlng lor Fort Worth on official business. Eddie H. Slsk and wife are in town tfciting Sheriff Sisk and other rela tí fes. Mias Prlncie C<>x left on the enst- bound train Monday for Clinton. Mo, to eater school A. J. Lane sad fninily vi«lted J no. fihik last Sunday, ..n Bear Creek, and had an enjoyable time. We are pleased to seo Mr. J. C. McCamell on the streets again, after Several weeks illness. Miss Sallie Buster returned Satur- day from a visit of several days to friends in Comanche. Judge Cartea received the first load Of stone this week for his new build- ing on North Main street. Mr. J. C. Johnson from the North- west part of the county reports mad dogs in the vicinity of Slipdown. Whitt W. Johnson, well kuown in the city, returned Tuesday evening after several months absaenc...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XI.--NO. 47. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THUBSDAY,"CCTOBER 22. 1891. © @ Successor to Sun-Constitution. EDITORIAL NOTE8. The merchant who knows what the people in hit vicinity really needs and where to buy it and who sel s it at a fair price, is truly a benefactor. PLANT OA8TOR BEANS. Upon the conclusion of a third party ite'a speech the other day, an old farmer s'owlv remarked: ''It is the empty wagon that makes the most ftaaa." The lumber and barbed wire dealers of Weatherford are having a big run of business. Parker county farmers are building residences, diuing and cook rooms, barns and fences. Not until alter the counting is fin- ished will the hollowness of third party leaders' boasts of voting strength be demonstrated to them. Silver Spoon Butler's labor party was an army com- pared to Ma' une's party in the south. Wondkk what her the governor will again recommend the loaning of the state sch >ol fund to new railroad com panies. That money ought not ...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

ml i?1. l¡f r Bspse mm } 1 ;%w. W Politicians. OMdwaithli and Vwm> PUPvra. Nothing KrTM bist'er to demon •tram Urn liigfatltuie of (be people generally tbin the eiperleuce o' * newspaper. It la an unqu> silon-b <■ fact that n>-W4f iper* can ««/nice and pleaa-tnt thiiitfiab >ut a mvi aid hi« whole family fur * iy number of jeara, and then incur tbeir enmity iu out- ah<>rt week bv a «coining «light and at edl'cr can hurrah f>ra po iticlan, ou«a th^t iu'iiv!>1ual'a encinl'H, back h in frieuds and utakp a cia'U fool of biro- ae.f all the way through with ut re ceiving a think lu the end, and if the editor should «-ver hnrome a candidate, he will (i'i'1 u,<on application tliat hi* political frl ud is then out of politico. Bui there is one mau that don't forget the editor, and thai'* the man bo op- pored — Hillsfooro Reflector. The esteemed It fl ector states a truth known by every experienced newspaper man. To the list of ingrat- es should be added the nicke...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

C. D. HARTNETT & CO., !M™ mmu Wholesale Grocers, NORTH MAIN STREET. largest Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. COAL, COAL THE TEXAS COAL & FUEL CO. Is prepared toiurmsh all kirdsof COAL, WOOD nr KINDLING,in oar loads or tmall lois at ue following prices: ROCK CREEK, Fcreened Lump, per ton, delivered S4.75 ROCK CHE* K, screened Lump, per half ton, delivered 2.65 ROCK CBEEK, tcreend Lump, per quarter ton delivered 1.60 RoCK CREEK, ncreened l ump per ton on track 4.25 rjjck creek, screened lump, per half ton on track 2.15 «REEK, screened Lump, per quarter ton on track 1.10 ROJ/K CREEK, Fcieened Lump, car loads delivered 4.25 ROCK CREEK, screened Lump, on track 3 75 EXTENT OF THE COAL FIELDS! We also have on hand several hundred cords of number one wood, cut full cord wood length, and in stove sizes, in car loads and small lots, at $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00 per cord Our ROCK CREEK COAL has already gained a wide and favorable reputation as a superior coal for domestic a...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

The Enquirer. THURSDAY PUBLISHED EVERY ,f;" W: I i m ¡fe s. ' IS i" I HI fm 't:- \ If 1 t " '. ■ Vi Í 1 c': SP §'• H#í¡£ ' i h, W h i iy JE¡. HTJXJÚ, CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE <JM J* ' ■ ■ ■ 81* moiiib* ... Tbrt— miHill HtugU: c H fi <>> . 7.' 4 (VxntliW K"fin' n M AIÜíTKKn.oM bl«k Scmth 0? &¡iutr* AH art invited to r-aU end m« II at any time JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E* E. HULL, Business Manager. It la mow g*w-r*ilj wased that Gov. Hogg will call Iks legialstnre io ectrs Marion ia January. It ia b pe<t the weather trill b« e«o! for there « bound to be hot limn between ibat bodjr and Hia Excellrocj. Tb«-n what ab>ut that -8t *rin« Committee f 1hk.uk are nuiuiMrr* of families io Parker. hunting fur b' mea They -emriy all cuna from Western Texas, where tin- drou'b bit tbem attain thia utMMf>a. Actual experience ia «Jowh butaure'jr teaching the people, that • >bia poet oak belt of red aanrij loan i «oil i- the l««t all-round farming aec- . tion in Tetaa CRASH! fl...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x