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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

r Ik [i r 18 10 |7 1° Its 110 3 I, 0 Iter |i its Its Ints 1 20 '■J [ of a I any l>me, loke ÍD. lent ~>se lURlODI* lS is, ST rbmi rtlflclal ROYAL BAKING POWDER The Most Wholesome, The Purest and the Strongest. "OFFICE OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, "Los Angeles, Cal., May 22, 1891. "From analyses made by Prof. Rising, professor of chem- istry of the University of California, Prof. Wenzell, professor of chemistry, California College of Pharmacy, and from fur- ther searching analyses made by Professors Thomas Rice & Son of San Francisco, Prof. Hanks and others, and by analy- ses which I personally have had made, It is clearly demonstrated and proven that the Royal Baking Powder is pure and wholesome, and that it stands as far as strength and purity are concerned at the head of the baking powders of the United States. "The Royal is composed of absolutely pure, harmless and wholesome ingredients of the highest grade and character. "GRANVILLE McGOWAN, M. D., " Health Officer of the City...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

K8£^iM¡nkMSI HAUNTED JAWBONE. THADDEUS STEVENS' DEBT. Property Owned by the Great Couvonar gold for Tum Uwlconwd Afaln. The death of Daniel Bertech, presi- lent of the Upper Lehigh Coal com- pany, recall to our mind the follow- ing Hcrap iu the early hitstory of Biiid sompany. It was either in the fall Df 18T.7 or spring of l-s.VS when one of the waiters at the Mansion House called at our office to inform us that riuicldeua Stevens was <lowu at the , eighteen yeai-s of age. house ami wanted to see us. We l This young lady was the victim of fouiul him iu a room, and of course : the ghostly visitation referred to. we were very glad to meet him. ¡The first thing the family knew a lie said lie was on his way up to ' pair of old slippers was noticed slid i... intv ul>rviit th« fliw r Unmrinir the eirl'f A-B Omvoui Spook That Mude m Wholi Household Uncomfortable. About three miles uorth of Amity, in Yamhill county, stands a long, low dwelling house, which, some thirty yeans ago, was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

Watches, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES! í. I W f Í i I Ü aja É > <1 1Dmiilile AND CHEAP .IKWELUV LINE -— • a!.!. u IIB'RY M. BRUCE. Look ovc j my stock, and I will make prii es that will suit youtUEE. COKE AJP bEE. N. SiúeSq., - WEA1HERFORD. J. B. CODTB, I i K \\ . K1NHKI., Viot-Prt-M. A. N. «¡KAN T. t'ashitfr CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WE AT HER FORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c STnRZPILTTS, S200.000. SPECIAL IMUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMLRS. Collection - a Specia.ltv. N rth Main St Ambrose B. Frey, J®rGtctioGtl — OptioiGtl^, Defective Eyesight Critically Measurt d and Corrected in All Possible Cases Repairing of !'■ w wutciio:*, «liamour! >t«>« u mi jt?wviry in ¡¿fnurttl muitiy uinl pton p| \ clour Charges reason* I. North Main St., Opposite G. S. Pean & Go's J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker ■ and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always find me with a full line of goods at moderate pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

BERHSBACHER Sends Greeting to the Public with Sincere • Thanks For the Liberal Patronage Bestow- ed in the past. For IN W IOO Laborers Wtntttf One bundrtd laborers can find em plcyment by applying to Horack Bakfk Weatherford. Tr a«. Truth, a sort at propb- ' ^ bwutiful beautiful hind ! ut] reformer ot African blood. 1 hey're neither w.iu? nor uai I. ! who went about in slavery days an- And you I know, would scarcely think nnnnriny the wrath to come, was for That they were fair at all. TheComingYear We have no addi- tional promises to make. We shall always try to con- duct our business with such DIGNITY As shall be appre- ciated by the pub- lic. We shall give you courteous treat ment. We shall give you good val- ue for a time the groat of Mm Stow®. In the aonny atmosphere of that liberal household abe freely aired many of her Tiewa, aome of which were noble tfy. r:m¿. tf: *'t. Your Money We will meet any LEGITIMATE COMPETITION. We are always ready to rectify any errors or Misundersta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

€£= THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.--NO. 11. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. £ J :ry • D: MORE PLUMBS FOR THE GOOD People of Weatherford and Surrounding Country. Always on the alert with ready cash, we are able to take advantage of any bargains offered, and have just closed a trade with Mr. L. W. Christian for his entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats & Clothing at 40 cents on the dollar. We are now invoicing these goods and will put them on the market at what they will bring. We will not hold for cost, but Turn Them Loose With a Rush! Commencing on Saturday, the 20th. Our present stock, at our old stand on North Main street we move to the Christian Building about the 27 th. In or- der to reduce both stocks we will sell anything in our old store at ©0§T . pOl^ - ONE . . OIVTLV •' We do this to unload as much as possible in the next few weeks. Our buyer starts east next week, and we mean to CLOSE OUT our present stock to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

ByW i THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M. W. Baiter, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. R. L. Graham, J. A. Oeheltree, A Jesse Kiukman, W. C. McKall AM of "IV th to the commlMlon." We ar* M t*«ly oppoaed to the repeal of but we are deter- u-;i- tl <# Mp of the honest vo- U-.T* ,vJ tV.\Ai ti iwo that It has a fair << * tho News and Thk En- «Vttttttt * Í Jtultfo Clark have repeat- A. J. Hill. 8 Wadley, Aldermen l rd Want ¡ <v .« A •' ' this as tht'ir mipec- n. b. WelUi J. t. Cottcn, Aldermen «.h * v i:E;tóasíBaar-*--^ ¡ >•.« . a. im.1—i^mw. | ) v n í-- i|(j 0,„k „ther, 3HHRCHKS: ¿ tíaI an tl-eoui mission men, M K ciicsch 80ctm,—tot s mam a a (v tk** tho affi't't itinate hug ?£'£•S^sS(Mi pw hU antagcnist-fatal. MM r - Oiark, Vlneont. News & societyevery thirdSunday\ ov. ^lusmlintf a fair trial of the Oonforenceou flrathundar to <*■ '"•,*** < , , . kív. k r t r '« ; cvm mss>ian under "tin' administra- Pbbsbvtbkiam —oak si., ¡viada* ♦«*? ! tion of couipotont commission...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

"a • y LONE STAR OPINIONS. HBBN sacrificing the statu. Gov. Hogg announces that he is again "in the saddle" tor governor He states through his authorized agents that it will involve a great sacrifice by him to be governor twj more years, in as much as he can make an enormous income practicing law; but in order "to vindicate his measures," he is again ready to sac- rifice himself on the altar of his country. Texas don't ask this sacri- fice from Gov. Hogg, and he will not have it. He has been scriflcing the state for about two years, and the people have made up their minds that he must "get up and git."—Dublin Progress. a violent supposition. Suppose Gov. Hogg should insert in his message to the legislature a paragraph like the following from the inaugural address of Gov. Boies, of Iowa: While there should be no cessation of constant and ever watchful care on the part of the legislature to see that transportation companies deal fairly with the public they serve, it is equally necessa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

1 Vf If i i (( 1 i i i I 1 I 1 i !!« r I Ü H 1 1 |{- i I i 1 1 I I v\ l! I til II ' i 1 I i« iffS m' The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by U. E3. KCTJXÍXj & CO. HOW RAILROADS ARE Taxed I n Texas.—What Toornba JAS- U. VINCENT, • EDITOR. I E- E. MULL, Business Manager. ¡ Foresai Some Figure* From the Píwt Worth I & Rio Grand# -Railroad Com mlaeioner* Want *. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One ,ve«r— Hi* months ... Three months. Single copy ... TS M Counting Room on MAIN STKKKT. one M«"*k South o? Square. All «re luvlreil to i«U «n>l ),nJjn tbat formulated and Ills poWtr- ace u at any time. ■ ¡ ful h-^ic ami eloquence that incited Georgia's distinguished statesman I Gen. Robert Toombs. did nut only tirst suggeM the wisdom and nocessi- ty of railnud commissions in tin 1'nited tmt it was his great Entered at the Postoffleeat Weatherford. Teiafc to the Creation aa Keeond-t'la * mail mattei. WEATHEKFORD. FEB. 18. OUR TICKET. for vick-i'resident: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

1* Royal Baking Powder Leads All. "The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests, made both for them and the U. S. Government. The Royal Bak- ing Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable Baking Powder offered to the public. "HENRY A. MOTT, PH. D." Late Chemist for U S. Government. "AH chemical tests to which I have submitted it have proved the Royal Baking Powder perfectly healthful and free from every deleterious substance. It is purest in quality and highest in strength of any Baking Powder of which I have knowledge. "WM. McMURTRIE, E. M., Ph. D." Late Ckemist'in-chicf V. S. Dcp t of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. "The strength of the Re /al is shown to be 23 per cent, greater than any other. " As a result of my investigations I find the Royal Baking Powder far superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but wholesome ingredients, and is of greatest strength. "F. X. VALADE, "Public Analyst, Ontario, Dominion of Canada." The latest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

MfMlllPMMMMMI rm BpfMf J->) . ' ■' v* I i: .1 I A Furniture, Carpets & Undertaking fifltfT itTKTIOS SIOHT 01JAT, I WutMM. Imi THE • FORT • WORTli 1 O a c •—i CO 0) o — fl o W —* 3 t O o 3 TD ex. c/> CD 00 fú ¿9 a 3 •o ST O 3 =r CD CO O SU i~ 3 4-9 Q. <S 0i CL. PACKING rOMPANY PACKERS AND CURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canners oí Meats AUD DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hogs and Cattle every day at the Onion Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. I And So Are the People Over the Large Number of Hakes of PIANOS ANDORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS & ARMSTRONG CO.. Write or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. 1. M KIND EL. I. P. VOLLINTINt KINDEL & VOLLINTINE, -DEALERS IN- Drags • and • Patent • Medicines, PERFUIERY, TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS, PADTTS, OILS, ETC. Vollintinf's Liniment.. Cough Cure and Epilepsy or Fit Cure Specialties WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. MANSION HOTEL, W. W. DUNN &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

Watches, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES! AND CHEAP IN THE JEWELRY LINE A HUNTRESa -CALL ON- HENRY M. BRUCE. Look over my stock, and I will make prices that will suit J you SURE. COME ANP SEE. N. SideSq., - WEA1HERF0RD. J. B.H30UTS, Prest. CITIZENS R. W. KINDEL, Vice-Prest. A.N.GRANT, Cashier NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. OAJPIT-AXj &c STTKFLTJS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENT AND PECIAL ACCOMOD AUCK TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker ■ and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always find me with a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- dertaker in Texas. OVER BEN O. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE. REMEMBER THAT THE OLD RELIABLE LINE BAKER'S TRANSFER. Thai wicked witch, the wind. A-hunting üw today. 1 hear her horn on (lie echoes born* Resounding far away. 1 see her streaming hair. Dusky and thin and loug. Its tresses trail through ether p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 18 February 1892

iff B \\ I Maklna •took Pur. I write mainly of the success of two young Maine farmers, brothers, with whom, becoturning acquainted through their exhibitions of stock at the county and state fairs, and nut- land; the Underwood Brothers regis- tered stock was high, and $30 would not buy full bloods, if he had wanted to; hut he didn't. Sam was looking after a fancy matched pair of calves, for, said he, "The minute father told ing their seeming integrity, and posi-, us what he was going to do, 1 said tive good sense exhibited in their to myself, 'now for them matched plans and success on a hill farm in Kennebec county, led me to take calves I've wanted so long.'" And, sure enough, he already had his eye more than a passing Interest in their ¡ on two, which he bought and had success, achieved in the face of these years of depression in farming, which has effected Maine in common with other parts of the country. The suc- cess of these brothers, is the ruore noteworthy as largely their rev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

! «= <¿> <ü># «ei THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. vol. xii.--no. 12. weatherford, texas, thursday, february 25, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. L } MORE PLUMS FOR THE GOOD People of WeatherM and Surrounding Country. Always on the alert with ready cash, we are able to take advantage of any bargains offered, and have just closed a trade with Mr. L. W. Christian for his entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats & Clothing at 40 cents on the dollar. We are now invoicing these goods and will put them on the market at what they will bring. We will not hold for cost, but Turn Them Loose With a Rush! Commencing on Saturday, the 20th. Our present stock, at our old stand on North Main street we move to the Christian Building about the 27 th. In or- der to reduce both stocks we will sell anything in our old store at eo§T . por^ . orre . meef^ . otstlv * We do this to unload as much as possible in the next few weeks. Our buyer starts east next week, and we mean to CLOSE OUT o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

' V* It"' Y i ¡ THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. II. W. Burner, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. R. I.. (IratiHiu, J. A. Ocheltree, Aldvrmcti Kimt Ward. JeiiMt Hickman, W. C. McKall Aldcrtneu 2nd Ward A..J. hall. H Wadley, Alderuieu :inl Wanl N; -ft. Well , J. T. Cotton, Aldermen 4th W«ni. A. S. Iaiwík, Secretary and Treamirer. D y. Uratton, Mun-húl. W. A. Link, Assessor and Collector. 3HUKCHKB: M. K. Chhsch SoijTH,—Cor. s Main & Colum- bia sts., Hdfvicen every Sunday at II a. ra and 7 p.m. Sunday School at9:! a. ra. l'rayer meet- ing every Wednesday nlxht at 7:80. Clan meet- ings 2nd and 4tb Sabbaths at 3 p. m. Missionary Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Church Conference on first Sunday In eacti month. Rkv. K. K. Hoonk, Fautor. Prehbytkbi aN.—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday mornluK at 9:80. Preach in* at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7. Kkv. J. A. W.jodb, Pastor. Cl'MBEBLANO I'KKHHYTKRIA N.—W. Church St. Sunday School al 9:4.1a. m. Preaching at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

LONE STAR OPINIONS. WD1IT IS IT THKKK KOK? The Gazette says "it is not' in the bussiness of making booms for or at;aiust anybody." If the Gazette is not making or at least trying to make a boom for Hill and one against Mills, pray just tell us where the business begins.—Eastland Chroni- "TÜBN TEXAS LOOSE." "Turn Texas loose," says George Clark. It is evident that the Waco Warwick thinks the state is being governed too much, and governed in a direction that is restricting its growth. And he is right. Texas has been governed until capital lias been driven away, many enterprises are stopped, many others are hope- lessly crippled, and many on which the state has counted have not laid the first stone. "Turn Texas loose!" —Austin Statesman. hard TO heat. John J. Ingalls, the Kansas States- man who is out of a job, says Pal- mer and Flower will lie the stand- ard-bearers for. the Democracy this year, and he predicts that they will be awful ha'rd to beat.—Colorado "* Clipper. will take a ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

> % i i f i 1 l ! I 1 I J H 1 A ! I i i ] I' j II M i ii ái1 The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY IE2> ZED. HULL & CO. JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR K E. HULL, Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One year — ♦' -J** 81* month* •* Three months Hlnirle uopy Counting Koom* on, MAIS STREET, onea block oi Square. Houtb All «re Invited to call mid M'c lis at tiny time Entered at the Pontofflceat Weatherford, Te*a* an Second-Clam mail inattei. WEATÍIERFORD. FEB. 25. OUR TICKET. fok pkebidknt: ü. S. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER, of Illinois. fob vice-president: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fob u. s senatob: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corsicana. fob governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Reaoanism must go. The domogogue must go. Texas is no home for fossilisiu. Come out Saturday and hear the first gun in the campaign. Now turn loose your guns on retro- gression, grantism and grannyism. Thousands of strangers will be here next Saturday. Welcome, them. The Fort Worth Gazette seems to be be cooling of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

i T) QjV A T Baking Powder JLXV ^ ¡s t^e onjy one macle ' V nly free from lime, alum, and all extraneous substances, IBs! ABSOLUTELY PURE. It is in every way superior to every similar preparation. Witness: 1 t The United States Government tests (Chemical Di- vision, Agricultural Department) show Royal Raking Powder a cream of tartar powder superior to nil others in leavening strength.— bee Bulletin 13, Au. Dep., P 599- I find the Royal leaking Powder superior to all the Others in every respect. It U purest and strongest. Walter S. IIaines, M. D., Prof. Chemistry Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist Chicago Board of Health, etc. I have found the constituents of Royal Baking Pow- der to be of a high degree of purity, free from adul- teration or admixture of deleterious substances. J. W. Mallet, Ph. D., F. R. S., Prof, of Chemistry, University of Virginia. I find the Royal Baking Powder f.ir superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but wholesome in- gredients, is of 23 per...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

j. Furniture. Carpets & Undertaking •err 4rroi ek? a m tü¿|?fcr¿, ttrv THE FORT WORTH c >t X ¿ fe ® J g O * 0* CO ?- J - T3 vT 05 _ e v"* = go o_ &5 PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CVRERS OF AI.L KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canners oí Meats amd delicacies. sausage of all kind. We are buying Hogs and CattTe every day at the Union Sto^k Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. üeurope mmm And Bo Are the People Over the Large number of Hakes of PIANOS ANDORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS ft ARMSTRONG CO.. Write or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. J. M. KINDEL. I. P. VOLLINTINK KINDEL & VOLLINTINE, -DEALERS IN- Drugs - and - Patent • Medicines, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS, PAHTS, OILS, ETC. Vollintine's Liniment, Cough Cure and Epilepsy or Fit Cure Speciaitie- WEATHBRPORD, TEXAS. THE' TREELESS PRAIRIES. At Annual Burning of the Gnu I* Said to He the Beaaon for Few Trent. The fact that the prairies of the Minsimappi v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

Watches, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES! For Everything Beautiful Durable AND CHEAP IN THE JEWELRY LINE CALL ON- HENRY M. BRUCE. Look over my stock, and I wiirmake prices that will suit you SURE. COME AND SEE. N. SideSq., - WEA1HERF0RD. J. R. COÜTS, Prest. H. W. KINDEL, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. O-A-ZFITAIL. &c SURPLUS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENT AND PECIAL M(OMMHCfl TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker - and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always find me with a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- dertaker in Texas. OVER BEN O. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE. REMEMBER THAT THE OLD RELIABLE LINE baker'S transfer. "SEMPER IDEM." Has never gone huek on you in the 12 years that it has been running in Weatlierford and that it Will give cheaper and letter rales than any line in the city. L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 25 February 1892

mm '1 u t p r [! ( [ \ y i I THB EDITOR. A Popular View of Newspaper Man'- Work. Does the editor wriU> «ver thing In the paper. Oh, yes. He writes the love story os the outside In the morning, then five or six editorials and double as many paragraphs, then the theatre notices and advertising puffs. In the afternoon he helps the composi- tors, or goes down stairs and wrorks the press, or assists the boys to fold papers. Should a newspaper man always be a printer? Oh, yes; always. You must learn to set type liefore you can write at alt. Shakespeare, Hacon, Lord By- ron, Tennyson and all the rest were printers. You cannot expect to be a good compositor unless you are a printer. What does the managing editor do? He keeps the pens and inkstands clean and manages to mark a great deal of writing with a blue pencil. What he marksgoes into the—paper— basket, and is often anxiously looked for several week* after by the cor- respondent. Ho is the man who loves to talk with you when you have...

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