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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

Á cream of tartar baking powder—Highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest U.S. Gov't Food Heport, % © © m ABSOLUTELY PURE. Established by Government Tests the Standard Baking Pow- der. The very Giant of leavening agents. Has a larger use than all other cream of tartar baking powders combined. Prof. Haines, of Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist Chi- cago Board of Health : '"I find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the others in every respect." Dr. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist: "The Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder made." Prof. palmer, University of Illinois: "I find Royal Baking Powder invariably composed of wholesome ingredients, entirely free from adulteration or impurities of any kind." San Francisco Board ok Health: '"In our judgment it is impossible to make a purer or stronger baking powder than the Royal." The N. Y. State Analyst: "The Royal Baking Powder is superior to any other powder which 1 have examined." The Minnesota...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

I m W. H. TENNISON HAS MOVED Into Hris New Building, CORNER OF York Avenue and Bridge Street, AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE. THE * FORT • WORTH O p e H-l CO i • s, O OL. 1 * XJ CD I1 3- g ® P 2? P a <2 Q. ft —i GL. PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CURERS OP ALL KINDS OP Hog and Beef Products, and Canners of Meats hsd pftjcacies. sausage of all kind. We are buying Hogs and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Vards inar- kot, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. ^EUROPE EXCITED^ And So Are the People Over the Large Number of Makes of PIANOS ANDORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS & ARMSTRONG CO.. Write or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. m r . ¡ 1 v; D. C. NOBLE & CO, -DEALERS I.N- ■ and • Fancy ■ Groceries. FRESH STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Whitaker Hams, Lard and Breakfast Bacon. Fresh Canned Goods. Everything First-class. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, WEATHERFORD. MANSION HOTEL, W. W. DUNN & SON, Proprietors, 4th St. From Main t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

W. F. ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citizen National Bank, WBATHBRFORD, TKXAÍ. Solicits Youa Notorial Woat. MONET TO LOAN On Farms and Ranches. Strongest company in Texas. Nine percent, rate. B. STUART. Over First Nat'l Baak, Weatherford.Texas. A* J« BALL* Attorneyat-Law, 249 MAIN STREET, DALLAS TEXAS. SingeR Sewing - Machines FOR 8ALE BY G.J BANKHEAD, Spring Street, WEATHERFORD, TEX. DO YOU EAT P DO YOIJ SLEEP 7 Do You Travel to Waco, THEN 8TOP AT THE NEW M'CLELLAND. SPRINGTOWN O.A.R, ENCAMPMENT AT EL PASO. And Weatherford Mail Line CULWELL & ISBELL. Props. leaves Springtown at 7 a. m. Arrives at Weath- erforl at 12 m. Leaves Weatherford at 1.80 p. in Arrives at Springtown at 6.45 p. m. This line runs DAILY except Sunday. Office at STINSON-SNODDY DRUCCO'S, , Where express matter and all orders will bo left STILLS! S iHSTLE, -DEALERS IN- ¡tapie and Fancy Groceries. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. North Main Street, WEATHERFORD. SANTA FE ROUTE, The Dikkct Line to GALVESTON, HOUSTON And Other...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

HPTIBÍ ("tfiaf iiMiiiWiriny" *" i P • J- - "• te® Wr mm m ■esÉ*-, Bífr THB BBAR POUND- But the Italians ara still Mle*ln«. Sounds oí piteous moaning coming from a deep ravine dense with foliage and underbrush, seven miles north- west of here and about'sixty yard- east of the track of the Weatherford and Mineral Wells railway, attracted the attention of Mr. George Lemsly. who discovered a cinnamon bear starved almost to death and chained the roots of a tree. The sight of man was pleasing to this ed- ucated beast, made known by his dumb pleadings for release, and ex- pressions of gratitude after partaking of Mr. Lemsly's hospitality. Neigh- bors assembled and it was ascertained that the last seen of the two I talians, owners of the bear, was two weeks ago last Saturday walking on tht track near the scene described just one week prior to the discovery of the bear. That they had considerable money gathered in their three years travel over Texas was generally sup- posed, and a suspicion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

it ««nmwiii .mi THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL XII.--ÜJO. 19. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. Special For This Week 1 Case Challies, Ten Yards to Pattern for 25 cents. 1 Case Lawn, Ten yards to Pattern, for 25 cents. A Big Job in Men's Linen Cuffs for 5 cents. A Big Job in Men's Linen Cuffs for 10 cents. A Big Job in Men's Jeans Pants for $1.00. A Big Job in Men's Overalls, choice for 50 cents. Three hundred pair Ladies' Pebble and Glove Grain Shoes for 50 cents. A Job lot of CLOTHING, choice suit for SIX DOLLARS. New Spring Suits 20 per cent oft. A Big Line Ladies' Underwear. A Big Line Hosiery and Gloves. Dress Goods, All-wool Henriettas, Challies, China Silk, Sateens, Etc. Everything going at a REDUCED PRICE. Remember, THIS WEEK ONLY. Sale closes Saturday night, April 16. m9 . At L. W. Christian's Old Stand, N. Side Square. ••• Clark Club Rally. The Clark club will give a grand rally at the court liouse to-morrow night, Friday. Hon. Wm....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

r;¥." THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M W. Buster, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. R. L. Graham, J. A. Ooheltree, Aldermen l First Ward. .... , Jesse Klckinan, W. <:. McF U Aldermeu 2nd Ward. . , A. J. Hall. H Wadley, Aldermen Srd Ward. N. B. Wells, J. T. Gotten, Aldermen <th Ward. A. H I<e\vls, Heeretary and Treakurer. D. C. Brattun, Marshal. W. A. ¡klslt, Assossor and Collector. JHUKCHKH: M. K. Ciil'sch South,—Cor. s. Main 4 Colum- bia kts., Service* every Sunday at 11 a. m and p.m. Sunday School at :30a. m. I'rayermeet- ... . clan* meet- TP lng every Weduekday ninht at 7 'M. Iuk* 2nd and 4th Sahbath* at p. tn. Missionary Society every third Sunday at 3 p. ra. Church Conference on first Sunday in each month. Kkv. K. K. Boosk, Pastor. Christian Church.—Corner South Mainaud Oak Bis. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in., ami 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Weduekday lilKht at 7:30 Kliikk 1 . I.. KiofiEWAV,fautor. Phmbvtkri an.—Uak St., Sunday School every Sunday mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

I Pears' Soap Why is Pears'. Soap—the best in the world, the soap with no free alkali in it— sold for 15 cents a cake ? It was made for a hospital soap in the first place, made by request; the doctors wanted a soap that would wash as sharp as any and do no harm to the skin. That means a soap all soap, with no free alkali in it, nothing but soap ; there is nothing mysterious in it. Cost depends on quantity; quantity comes of quality. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it, espe- cially those that know what's what. Live Oak Dairy, —propekty ok- J. L. KANE and L. W, CHRISTIAN, Pure Holstcin Milk and Butter for wile at all tiiiics. JOHN CAIN, Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug store. Also a few choice young Hoi stein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, A may's Maxon. WEATHERFORD- TEXAS. Fort Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line pvBsiug through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

The Enquirer. lift.:' Bufó PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ' BY — S3. IE3. HTJXiX. &c CO. JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E. E. HULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- one year— si* month ... Three month ¡tingle copy — $i.mi 7f> Mi Count hi* Room* on MAIN STKKKT. one block Houtb of Wi|uur<* All aro invited to nail ami we II al any time. Entered at the Pos to Wei' at Weatherford, Texas a Second ('la * mail inattei. WEATHEHFOltD. APHÍL 14. OUR TICKET. KOK I'KKSIUKNT: ü. S. CHIEF JUSTICE KULLKIt, of Illinois. FOR VICE-PltES I UK NT: CHIEF .JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. • KOK r. s HKN A'rou: ROGBR Q. MILLS, < of Corsicana. KOK OOVEIINOK: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Another Old 01 tizan of Weatherford Heard From. Cel. Thomas Ball, ex-assistant at- torney-funeral underGov. Roberts,who is now living in Virginia, writes a "friend in Weatherford and says : "I am truly glad to see you are in the light for Clark. He is honest, and has the ability. These are .lefferson- ian principles for an otlic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

í / y v Ro^al Baking Powder is repoited by the U. S. Government, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power. It is the best and most economical; a pure cream of tartar Baking Powder. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WKATHEttKOUD. MINKK.W. \VEU> AND NORTHWEWKItN TIMK-TABI.K. (To take Effect Sunday, October 18, 18!)].) FROM WF.ATIIKKKOKI). N.< 3.—Iifeave W'eulherford A l*i p n> Arrive Mineral Well 7 87 p in No. J.—U'Hve Weatherford 11 00 a m " Arrive Mineral Wells lli 22 p m TO WEATIIKRFOUD. No. J.—l eave Mineral Wells 7 20 a in " Airive Weatherford H 12 a in No. i.—lA'ftve Mineral Well 8 do ptn Arrive Weatherford t 22 p ni Trains Nos. 1 and 2, dailv trains ; and 4 '1«ily except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T. S P. and <r., it Suniu Ke trains, and at Min- eral Well with Graham stage line. A. F. McKay, Supt. TAX AS A PACIFIC, Fast bound, No. 4 4:48 p.m.! West hound, No. a los p. 111. j \OCOMMODATION. So 10 9:00 a. m. j CU I.F, COLORAD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

, • m < THE * FORT « WORTH Bom carpenters in Creed® get eight dollars a day. Bnt they have to pay a dollar a night for their beds, without their breakfast, and a drink of whisk? costs twenty-five cents. If Mr. Fox will challenge Mr. Bor- rowe, and Mr. Milbunk the Due d£ Moray, and the Dnc: de Moray challenge Mr. Anrelien Scholl, and they all kill one another off, it would be a good way to settle prexent questions of "honor." PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CUltEKS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canners oí Meats AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hogs and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. llave the Germans solved the prob- j lem of aerial navigation, and are they keeping the secret for war purposes; ¡ This is the startling question other na- ¡ tions may well ask. Certain it is that German balloons have been abje to trav- el high iu air over the Hussian frontier in Polan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

I / y -/ ; 1 W. F. ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citizens National Bank, WEATIIKKFOKU, TEXAS. Solicits Yoi-r Notokui. Work. MONEY TO LOAN On Farms and Manches. Sirongi>t company in Texas. Nine percent, rate. J. E. B. STUART. Over First Nat'l Bank. Weatlierford,Texas. A. cJ. BALL* Attorney-at-Law, 249 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. SingeR - Machines Sewing for sale by G.J BANKHEAD, Spring Street, WEATHERFORD, TEX. DO YOU EAT? do you sleep ? Do You Travel to Waco, then stop at THE NEW M'CLELLAND. springtown And Wcatheriord Mail Line, CULWELL & ISBELL. Props. Leaves Spriiigtowu at 7 n. in. Arrives lit Wcath- erfor I at I'-' in. Leaves Weatherford ut 1 .SO p. in. Arrives nt Ppringtown at fi.45 p. m. This lino runs l'AILY except Sunday. Otiice at STINSON-SNODDY DRUG CO'S, Where express matter and all orders will he left STILLS! S IloTinT -dealers ix- GOODS DELIVERED FREE. North Main Street, WEATHERFORD. SANTA FE ROUTE The Direct [.ink to GALVESTON, HOUSTON And Other Important Cities In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 April 1892

mm m .Vv . ; h?m> ' ■ County Court Prooeeding. Parker county waller mill company vs. J. P. Cumminga and J. C. Shirley, dU missed at plaintiff* cost. O. Ijofgren et al vs. L. F. Henry et al., j dismissed at plaintiff' cost. Mary Jane Shadle et al vs. Nancy et .li. Continued. Coleman & Lysaght vs Uilliland «Sí Sons. diraniHsed at plaintiff's cost. Simpsom, i'orter & Co. vs. Gilliland & I Sons, dismissed at plaintiffs' cost. Martin lJrown Co. vs. Gilliland & Sons. 1 dismissed at plaintiffs' cost. R. B. Milliken vs. Globe Hotel, con tinued. State of Texas vs. J. J. Tompkins et al. continued. Robt. Thorpe & <'o. vs. C. B. Dunattan, continued. Antonette Itavmond Boussett vs. Fran. c.O-Texan Land Co., continued. P. H. DeRusk vs. Oscar Beard, set for 22nd. M.I). Maples vs. Black & Co. et al, *ct for 22ml. Gear, Scott & Co. vs. J. H. Letsinger «tal, continued. Simpson, Porter & Co. vs. Citizens Na- tional Bank, dismissed at plaintiffs' cost. J. H. Caruth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER VOL. XII.—NO. 20. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 21. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. WE CARRY THE HORNS! We claim credit for the inauguration of the dry goods war and low prices, special sales, etc., enabling the people of Weatherford and surrounding country to buy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Etc., For Less Money THAN EVER BEFORE. All we ask as our reward is an opportunity to show you what we now have in stock. Our entire stock of winter goods has been converted into cash, besides all of the Christian stock, which has enabled us to purchase for SPOT MONET a very LARGE LXXTE OF NEW GOODS, bought in the various eastern markets. Below we DRESS GOODS." >%, mm* We have quite a stock of all the new weaves, including Crepons, Bed- fords, China Silks, Surahs, all-wool Challies, Silk Grenadines. The quan- tities we use in these novelties in our other houses enables us to buy from first hands and keep up our stock with the latest shades and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

m i v 1 m- M ¡k* ■ ra t; Mi THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. y W. Buhut, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. B. L. (írubftin, J. A. Oeheltree, A Mermen ''jewe'íb'kman, W. C. McH U Aldermen 2nd Wa"j. B ll. 8 Wadley, Aldermen 3rd W fd. K B Well , J. T. Ootten, Aldermen 4tb Ward. A. 8. LewU, HecraUury and Trenurer. D. C. Bifttton, M*i*h*l. W. A. LUk. A eHiior iid Collector. 3HURCHE8: M. B. CHU*UH SOUTH,—Cor. S. M«in & C"1"®- oía Kt ., hervite every Sunday at lia. m ana 7 p. m. Sunday Bohool at :80a. m. Prayer meet- ing every Weduewla^uluht at 7.80. Claaameet MUnlonarv Church ín«i°2nd and"ith SabUth* at 8 p. m. Society every third Sunday at 3 p. n>. Conference on 6r t Sunday lln Chmktian Church.—Corner South Main and Oak BU. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30 KlííER 1' I.. KI do F. w A V ..Pantor. PagBBVTKBiAW.-Oak St.. Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. Preachfcg *t U JHPJ^ and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

/ * ^ méím - ... *+ ' - ^ 7, 7-ff-'twr1 ■"■ ' 7!: THE 8PIRIT OP COMMUNISM Soap People have no idea how crude and cruel soap can be. It takes off dirt. So far, so ¿rood; but what else does it do ? It cuts the skin and frets the under-skin ; makes red- ness and roughness anil leads to worse. Not soap, but the alkali in it. Pears' Soap has no free, alkali in it. It neither red dens nor roughens the skin. It responds to water in- stantly ; washes and rinses off in a twinkling; is as gentle as strong; and the after-effect is every way good. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. Live Oak Dairy, —I'KOl'KKTY OF— J. L. KANE and L. W, CHRISTIAN, Pure Holstrin .Milk und Mutter for sale ¡it all times. JOHN CAIN, Dairyman. Leave orders for inilk and butter at Dr. Neer's drujr store. Also a few ehoiee young llolstein Hulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. Fort Worth aod Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacifi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

i - 1 y'r&É The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by - EJ. 333. HULL & CO. JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E. E. HULL, Business Manager. Th« Stat* Campaign and its 8u- did not impre** me with the belief pram* laau*. | tj)Ht was material nut of which Hy thft aotion of the Waco eon tor- to luakt* a governor. Ilis numerous' lenw Tuesday the «wellinií movement' mistakes and defeats in the courts an- matters of record. 1 was there- 1 fon-, not in favor of hi* nomination. Of all the men then spoken of I pre- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE one year. HI* month* — Three month* . single copy $1 tx> 7. >o ing Htiutli of S'!<inn- All re luvlred to cull ami sue na al any time. Kntrred at the Postofflee nt Weatheriorfl, TnaK uk Sei'oii'l fins mall inatlei. WEATHERFORD. Al'UIL 21. OUR TICKET. ho it phksidkkt: U. S. CHIEF .11'STICK FULLER, of Illinois. hok vick-i'hkhiuknt: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. hok V. S SKNATOlt: ROGER y. MILLS, of Corsicana. hok govkilnoit: GEORGK CLARK, of Waco. ; ann...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

// Government Pood Tost* Housekeepers Should Remember The great success of the Royal Baking Powder is due to the extreme care exercised by its manufacturers to make it entirely pure, uniform in quality, and of the highest leaven- ing power. All the scientific knowledge, care, and skill attained by twenty-five years' practical experience arc contributed toward this end, and no preparation can be made with a greater accuracy, precision, and exact- ness. Every article used is absolutely pure. Chemists are employed to test the strength of each ingredient, so that its exact effect in combination with its co-ingredients is defi- nitely known. Nothing i* trusted to chance, and no person is employed in the preparation of the materials used, or the manufacture of the powder, who is not an expert in his par- ticular branch of the business. As a consequence, the Royal Baking Powder is of the highest grade of excellence, always pure, wholesome, and uniform in qual- ity. Each box is exactly like...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

The Eight Hou. William Lwart Glad- stone still continue in The North Amer icau Review his pattern on the wildly thrilling and intensely enthralling topic of the Olympian religion. The present paper is the third one and in it the great statesman has already got as far as an "Outline of Particulars" ou the Ü. R. CKING r.OMPANY PACKERS AND OUKERS OF ALL KINDS OF og and Bed Products, and Canners oí Meats and delicacies, sausage of all m It is a thankless job, this prophet busi- ness. That wild eyed man of prophecy. Professor C. A. L. Tutten, fixed a certain day in March for the sudden appearance of a star, "the long sought for star hiding behind the sun." As might per- haps have been truthfully predicted, if one had wanted to drop into prophecy, as it were, the star did not come to time. But that did not shake the lieuteuant's faith. He still solemnly affirms that we are on the borderland of the threshold of an era. Doubtless. We are buying Hogs and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

jar bmpt ■dent lo. ,s. Y. Airy Iny stable rigs, and SXAS. ¡ÜM bur TUR- |eet. Al- LTHS on W. F. ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citizens National Hank, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Solicits Your Notorial Work. MONEY TO LOAN OU Farms and Ranche . Strongest company iu Texas. Nine percent, rate. J. E. B. STUART. Over First Nat'l Bank, Weatheriord,Texas. A. J. BALL. Attorney-at- L a w, 249 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS SingeR Sewing - Machines FOR SALE BY G.J BANKHEAD, Spring Street, WEATHEItFORD, TEX. DO YOU EAT? DO YOU SLEEP ? Do You Travel to Waco, THEN STOP AT THE NEW M'CLELLAND. SPRINGTOWN And Weatheriord Mail Line, CULWELL &. ISBELL. Props. Leaves Sprlngtown ut 7 u. in. Arrives at VVeath- erfori at -12 iu. Leaves Weatheriord at 1.30 p. ui. Arrives at Sj.rliiiitnwn at fi.4.r> p. m. This line runs DAILY except Sunday. Otlice ai STINSON-SNODDY DRUG CO'S, Where express matter and all orders will be left 1MÍ1rüstli7 —DEALERS IN- Staple and Fancy Groceries. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. North Main Street...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 April 1892

mm €l m HUt'M Runty. Twit: Jiiy. April rTliurH<lii>. Friday, April tn, Sittuiday, fuuit, Sal unlay. Feantor, Tuewlay. ffvillc*. May 4th, at frtwiay, May Mb. at {;k, Friday, May «ill, Saturday, May 7th, at ■ Branch, Saturday, May Sak-li, Monday, May 9th. &a*ant Point, Tuesday, May ffclit. Baker's School House, Jy, May 11th. at nijilit. Bear Fhurwlay, May lüth, at night. Friday. May 18th, at night. An Hturday, May 14th, at night. Buck rMonday, May 16th, at night. The attendance of the ladies is especially olicited. John L. Jackson. MNMNWMU At a re<rent nieetiug of the citi- zen! , held at the court house on Monday at 6 o'clock p. hi., to arrange for the reception and entertainment of the visitors on San Jacinto day, R. W. Kindel, Esq., was called to the chair and John L. Jackson. Esq., was selected as secretary. A com- mittee of three, consisting oí (Seo. P. Levy, H. B. Dorsey and J. B. Price was appointee to solicit sub- scriptions and attend to all matters of entertainm...

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