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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

The Enquirer. No Arrive Mineral Wells. 1.—Leave Weatherford .. Arrive Mineral Wells . WEATHERFORD, OCT. 22, 1891. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTH WE-TERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, October 18, IMil.) FHOM wkathebíobd. No 8.—Leave Weatherford 6 15pm 7 37 p w 11 00 a m .. p 111 TO WEATllEItFOHD. No. 2.—Leave Miueral Wells 7 20 am " Arrive Weatherford 8 i2 a lu No. 4.—Leave Mineral Well 3 uo p m " Arrive Wijatheriuid 4 22 pin Train No . 1 and 2, daily train ; 3 and 4 daily exo.pt Sunday. CIobu connection at Weatherford with the T. & V. and O., V. * Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Well withGrabaw tttage line. A. F. McKay, Supt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. Ka t bound, No. 4 4:18 p. m. West bound, No. 3 IU:.>o p. in. accommodation. No 10 9:05 a. m. UULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. m. North bound 11a m.,6:i5p. in. The Santa Fe make clo e connection with the Fort Worth <& Kio Urande at Cresbon. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. H. Gernsba...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

IliS : '«I • :♦ • TRUSTEES SALE! Large Business Failure. On account of the stringency in money matters, Wadlev Bros, have been forced to succumb, and have turned their entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and a Large STOCK OF CLOTHINQ Over to a trustee to be closed out at once at less than New York cost. The goods must be sold. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY of getting BARGAINS. All notes and accounts due them must Be Paid flrT ONCE to the Trustee. W. W. DAVIS, Trustee. 3D0H3AX.HE I3ST- Pianos, Organs & Sewing Machines, Also has a large and complete line of VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, ACCORDEONS, HARPS, ETC. Machines and Mnsical Instruments of Ail Kinds Repaired. GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. WEATHERFORU, TEX. I— M. FREY, THE SWITCHMAN'S DAUGHTER A Story of Man's Heroism and His Obedience to Duty. ▲ litde white bouse seemsto be asleep toon* the blossoming apple trees. I' Was early morning and all was llghtn< ss is4 freshness. The door w«s opened, iad a man app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

CALL ON I i DAN D. HARTNETT, ■THB- ® LEADING - GROCER. O 0 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. couts, Preit. R. W. KINDEL, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c STTIRIFIJTTS, $200.000. A WILD SCHEME. Idea DIs- 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 cur regular price A PINE, 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 YORK AVENUE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Respectfully, ME. and MRS. EAEL7 ROGERS. THE FARMERS' EXCHANGE SALOON, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pore Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMILY...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 October 1891

Í j °?: ■ It I :\ mm, i m m:l $ .' •• Keep Your I ON THIS COLUMN There will be Some Start ling FACTS and FIGURES given here during the next month. Keep Your I (ZD 1ST IX- Blf Trad*. On Tuesday Mr. F. M. Burkett «old to Neumegen & Marx, what is known a* the WadlB>o ., lot aud buildings for $8,500,00. This gives Messrs. Neumegen and Marx a block 00x100 feet on corner of North Main and Spring streets, and room enough for their constantly increasing busi- ness. When such shrewd finan- ciers as Messrs. Nnuiueuren & Marx put,their money into Weatherford dirt, the most timid need not fear to invest, and when such successful merchants arrange to enlarge their facilities, others may know that trade is not only satisfactory, but that it is growing in Weatherford. The Enquirer admires the pluck of Messrs. Neumegen & Marx, approves their judgement and predicts for them abundant success. Working for a Railroad. Mr John Sbadle, a prominent cat- tle-man and prosperous farmer of Chis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

THE WEATHERFO 111) ENQUIRER. YOL. XI.—NO. 48. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2Í). 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. EDITORIAL NOTES. The Enquire it extends to editor Byrne of the Waco Day and his bride, nee Lula C. Haynie, its congratula- tions and sincere wishes for happi- ness. George is one of the brightest on the Texas Press but The Enqiker will wager that his bride is just a wee bit brighter. .May her brilliance add refulgence to the already lumi- nous Day and a little more honey than vinegar to his tranchent pea. The Enquirer deeply regrets that there appeared in its last week's issue an article headed "The Heart of It" without due credit to some writer in The Forum. That the editor was absent and did no' see the proofs of that side of the paper, is the only, though a very poor excuse for the egregious omission. It is an unalter- able rule with The Enquirer to re- print no line without quotation or credit and never to accredit to "Ex." or "Selected." The pardon of it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

H£ ; ■ It. • ÜI [ I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. L C Mm, wifewid daughters saw the Dallas Fair Thursday. Banker U. M. Kulwcli of Mineral Wells Visited this city Friday. Mrs. Unrvey Hughes of Meridian is visiting Mrs Will* on Oak street. Miss It Cuzzo aooniipauied Mr. aud Mrs. Cabiro t<> Dallas Fair Thursday. Mr. Jobn Cariuiehael of Reuo was last week adjudged insane by the county court. Stilley & Mouutcastle's team ran away Friday morning aud smashed up the delivery wagon. If some people knew how their voices sound to others' ears they would keep quiet. Music Is sweet, but all noise is not music Weatherford Merchants express great admiration when they seo the job work done at Tub Enqüihek office. It is done by a master of the art. And still the snap beans, tomatoes, squashes, water melons, okra, peaches, grapes, etc., come in from the home gardens. Springtime lingers with us, gentle Annie. One Mustang grape vino in Parker county produced 80 gallons of wine worth $30. Quit whittling...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

G D. HARTNETT & CO Wholesale Grocers, . NORTH MAIN STREET. Largest Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. COAL, - OO-AJEj". THE TEXAS COAL & FUEL CO. Ia prepared to furnish all kinds of COAL, WOOD end KINDLING, in car loads or email lots at the following prices: ROCK CREEK, Screened Lump, per ton, delivered I4.7S KOCK CRKHÍ, screened Lump, per half ton, delivered 2.65 BOCK CBEEK, ecreend Lump, per quarter ton delivered 1.00 BOCK CKEEK, screened l.ump per ton on track 4.25 BOCK CREEK, screened lump, per half ton on track 2.15 BOCK t'REEK, screened Lump, per quarter ton on track 1.10 B0CK CREEK, screened Lump, car loads delivered 4.25 BOCK CREEK, screened Lump, on track 3 75 We also have on hand several hundred cords of number one wood, cut full oord 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 and steam purposes. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

m?. 81 m •Mí- 'í¡; ¡ §11 Rsift'i fife m The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by- ZEJ. 33. HTJXj3^i Ac CO. Ill SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One year 11.00 .Blx month* J-' Three month* <>0 Single copy s Counting Kooru*on MAIN STKKKT, one blook South ni Square. All ara invited to call anil «ce us at any time. JAS. U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E- E. HULL, Business Manager. Entered at the Postoflloeat Weatherford, Texas, as Kucoiid-Class mail matter. WEATHERFORD, OCT. 29. Senatok Horace Chilton expresses strong hope (hat Hon. Roger Q. Mills will be elecieJ speaker of the house of representatives Nearly every umu The Enquirer meets has an opinion about what ought to be done with the school fun', but when asked to give it for publication be is not "in it " TheEnquirkr lorce have niai'ed their respective guesses at the number of bales of cotton that will be produced in this couutry this season. Hubbard Price & Co., New York, offer $1000 for the nearest guess and f500 for the next. There is a diff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

The Enquirer. WEATHERFORD, OCT. 29, 1891. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORP, MINERA!. WELLS and NORTHWESTERN TIME TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, October IS, I Ml I.) FROM W8ATHEBFGKD. No 3.—teave Weatlierfont fi 15 pm " Arrive Miaeral Wells 7 37 p m No. 1.—Leave Weutherforil 11 Oil A m " Arrive Miueral WullS .. i.' '.'J p lu to weathekfoki). So. 2.—Leave Miueral Wells 7 'JO am " Arrive Weutherford «42 am No. 4.—Leave Mineral Well 8 00 p ra " Arrive Weutherford i '¿'J p m Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains; a and 4 daily except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T. <fc P. and G., C. a Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with Graham stage line. A. K. McKay, Supt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. Kast bonud, No. 4 4:48 p. ra. West bound, No. :t 10:30 p. m. accommodation. No 1Ü 9:05 a. m. GULF, COLORADO i SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. m. North bound 111. m., 6:15 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cresson. Be careful with Are ab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

mí Sá $1 as®- rv ' \ iSSiÜíiiS' ÜSTEES SALE! I Large Business Failure. ■ , , , , . o On account of the stringency in money matters, Wadley Bros, have been forced to succumb, and have turned their entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and a Large STOCK OF CLOTHING Over to a trustee to be closed out at once at less than New York cost. The goods must be sold. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY of getting BARGAINS. All notes and accounts due them must Be Paid flrT ONCE to the Trustee. W. W. DAVIS, Trustee. "KIND WORDS DETER DIE." What the Best Judges Say- Opinions as They Came. mm The Weatherford Enquirer has been raoelvcd. It la a splendid paper and a gooi representative of its town.— Jaoksboro Gazette. We received our first copy of the Weatherford Ehquibbb last week and tad It a good, well edited paper.— Bpringtown Newsdealer. The Index has received a copy of the Weatherford Enquibrb, successor to ihe Sun Constitution, by El E. Hull & Co. It is a very creditable paper.— Chi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

CALL ON DAN D. HARTNETT, COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. -THE © LEADING - GROCER, ® 7 © 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. COUTS, Prest. R. W. KINDEL, Vice-l'rt st. A. N. GRANT, Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. OAJPIT^IH. &c surplus, $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 will 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. THE FARMERS' EXCHANGE SALOON, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pure Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMIL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 October 1891

WE ARE mm & h' mi: I: fff *'. I liM¿& •'-. - ttm m- WEKTHERFORD HHS Not Busted! But would like to have some money . before the t We will not say we are selling out AT COSTI fiat will make prices that no house in the city will, or can, meet. Call And see us before the next issue of the paper. We will make you Open Your Eyes ! WATCH THIS COLUMN. I. H. 8T0HE & GO. Notice to Teaohers. State Supt. Carlisle has given me fwmltslcn to have an extra examina- tion for teaohers' certiorates on the first Friday and Saturday in Novem- ber—the 6th and 7th. All those who nay wish to apply for certiflcates will (lease take notice of this, and present themselves for examination at the time mentioned. If you fail to take advao- «age of this examination, you cannot, Mder the law, hope to be examined before the first Thursday snd Friday following the first Monday in January, 1892. All applicants will please be in place at the Central school building by half past eight o'clock, Fridty ■ornio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

\ THE WEATHEKFORD ENQUIRER. YOL. XI.—NO. 49. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. WEATHERFORD. Fine Trade The City Enjoys.- Its Railroads. In Education and Society Far Above Many LargarCltlaa-GoodCoun- try Back of It TO MAKE IT A TRADE CENTER. PARKER'S GLORY. Traveling Cor. Ft. Worth Uazette. Wkathekhord, Tex., Oct. si.— V traveling correspondent of the Ga- zette arrived in this enterprising city yesterday and found the streets litfer- ally packed with wagons loaded with cotton and other produce, and others loading with goods preparatory to leaving town. Weatherford has held up under the stringency as well as any city of its size in the state. She has built a railroad, two mammoth compresses and perfected other pub- lic enterprises, which is simply mar- velous considering the condition of the money market. Weatherford is the distributing point for a large and rich territory, and is the largest cotton center west of Fort Worth. This has been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

S I jmi, m Ca % ' POLITICAL COMMENT. m i j m II [i i I i f I I í f i I Bayoneta Can't Stop it. EuuUud is reported lo be pri-pariuir to «top the uioveuicut iu Canada tor fttiuexHiioii to thin country at tlic point of ibe lmyouet. The bayonet cau'i atop a movement of that kiud in these daye.— Memphis Avalanche. The Home Market Insufficient. "Homo profraaioD of burglary. The bunoo- atecrer, the dead-beat, the aoeak> thii l, and a li"8t of other moral crojka crop out of-a vast urbau-populaliou aa naturally asjntosquitoes and fever germa t rred iu putriddsvute&ss o The big cities uot only absorb and tensity the poison which comes into our body politic from other lands, but tlu-\ weaken an invaluable resource bv drawing so largely on the native market' protectionists are stock of vjr,ue #m, ul<jUt Jn tbe rural invito to focus their attention for.^ ¿a a rule, the country ia awhile on the fact that Cook county. IJ. bet(er uurgery of cllRracter tban the linois, has an acre or farm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

C. D. HARTNETT & CO., Wholesale Grocers, NORTH MAIN STREET. LONE STAR OPINION. I Don't feay anything about a mau un- ¡ less you can say something good of him. ; Faults magnified will ruin the best of ! men.—Springtowu Newsdealer. The Me and Horace crowd hardly know which to fear the most, ex Gov- ernor Hobs or (jeorge Clark. At last accounts neither was loaded—Waco Day. Largest Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. ~- R. E. BELL, WHOI.KSA1.K HEAI.KR IN Hardware, - Cutlery, WAGON WOODWORK, Iron, Nails, Farming Implements, Etc., Etc. The managers of the Thuber Coal Miues received a telegram this week to dig all the coal they could for it was needed. This means good times in this part of the country,—Gordon Courier. Barb Wire a SPECIALTY. -YORK AVENUE- Coi. Spring St., Weatheríorü, Tex. McFALL HOUSE, Near All the Depots, WEATHERFORD, : TEXAS. Rates Per Day, $1.00. Board Per Week, $2.50. Board and Lodging, $3.50 to $4. Meals, 25c. The table supplied with the best the marke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

SESMl ( " %'' " mm i ¡ :TV. I' ít" kP w The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY- US. IE. HTJXiIJ ac CO- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One year Six month- Three month Hlngle eopy *1.0(1 75 fiO Counting Room* on MAIN 8TRKKT, oue block South of Square. All are fnvlrert to call and sec us at any time. JAS- U. VINCENT, ■ EDITOR. E. E. HULL, Business Manager. Kntered at the Postoffice at Weat'ftcrforil, Texas, as Hecond Class mall matter. WEATHEBFORD, NOV The Ecumenical Methodist confer- ence expressed the opinion that "notb- iug except the religion of Jesus Christ can ever settle the conflict between capital and labor." History shows that efforts at moral reformation through the forces of gov- ernment come by waves periodically. The next politico-moral campaign in this country will be about the Sunday law. You might as well road up on it. If it be ability, matured judgement, long experience and some fame want- ed in the United States Senatorshlp what is the matter with Throckmorton ¡ or Ireland,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

T\ The Enquirer. /I \ . A r - y /*^V WBATHERFORI), NOV. 18< |® LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHKRKORP, Ml NEK Al. WKLLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLK. (To take Effect Sunday, October IS, lwil.) FIIOM WKATIIKKFOK . No 3.—Leave Weatherford " Arrive Mineral Wells .. No. 1.—Leave Weatlierfopi ... " Arrive Mineral Wells —<> I ". |i in "iff" p "i •. • 11 'Ml a mi ...1-j £! i. m 7 'JO a m s 4.' a ra ..:! (Hi p in ■ - I p in and 4 TO WKATHEHFlUtfi. No. 'J.—I.eave Mineral Wells.... •• Arrive Weatherford No. 4.—Leave Mineral Well*. " Arrive Weatherford Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains ; daily except Sunday. Clo6e connection at Weatherford with the T 4 p. and G., C. 4 Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with (¡ruham stage line. A. K. McKay, Supt. TAX.AS dc l'ACIKIt:. East bound. No. 4 4:4 p. lu. West bound, No. :¡ lu:;tu j>. ra. accommodation. No 10 9:00 a. in. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA EE. South bound l!:45p in North bound !li. m., 6:15 p. m. The Santa Ke makes alose connection...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

/ sf £ ■%«* *• . / r> ' ' w 3 ' ' * « ' '■- 93 I>1 6' ". ¡ E&j Wvi- 1 riS'iíK- '\ K wkt TRUSTEES SALE! o ^ o Large Business-Failure. On account of the stringency in money matters, Wadley Bros, have been forced 8 to succumb, and have turned their entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and a Large STOCK OF CLOTHING Over to a trustee to be closed out at once atllless than New York cost. The goods must be sold. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY of getting BARGAINS. All notes and accounts due them must Be Paid ftT ONCE to the Trustee. W. W. DAVIS, Trustee. We want if your machine you per- is faction, not mat- nanie i t to know sewing istfivingea, > feet sat- 11 does terwhat bears. If PRINTED FOR what will finley do about it? Chairman Finley has delivered bis flat. He holds that men who favor the rab'treasury scheme are not democrats And cannot hold democratic committee- ships or vote in democratic conven- tions. By what authority or by what pre- cedent Chairman Finley...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

CO-A-ZL, - no A T. STATE ALLIANCE MEETING. THE TEXAS3C0AL & FUEL CO. Is prepared to furnish all kinds of COAL, WOOD end KINDLING, in car loads or small lots at the following prices: o • ROCK ORKEK, Screened I,ump, per ton, deliverer! .. . ROCK CRJtBK, screened Lump, per hall ton, delivered ROCK CH KK, screend Lump, per quarter ton delivered BOCK CREEK, screened Lump per ton on iraek .. . ROCK CREEK, screened lump, per half ton on track ROCK «'REEK, screened Lump, per quarter tun on track.. ROCK CREEK, screened Lump, car loud* delivered ROCK CREEK, screened Lump, 011 track It Will Be Held At Corsicana, Thursday Nov. 26. J.6"> l.HU I.'Jó 2.15 1.10 4.2" We also have on hand several hundred eords of number on - wood, cut full cord wood length, and in stove sizes, in car loads and small lots, at *2.2."., $2.50 and $.'1.00 per cord. Our ROCK CREEK COAL lias already gained a wide and Javorafile reputation as a superior coal for domestic and steam purposes. It is free from slate and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 5 November 1891

w 9 w ! I ■ B??"®' --Í sail CM*tOu\M At, Yon Little Totsy, Patsy, YOU ARE JUST TOO SWEET! This huslmnd is bringing back past recol- lections of LOVE IN A COTTAGE And why 1 He has just enjoyed a sump- tuous dinner prepared by his wife, who feels doubly paid for her trouble in know- ing her "own dear" is- pleased. She could never have produced such a result had she not bought her groceries from 1.1. STOKE & CO. the Acknowledged LEADERS in FANCY GROCERIES. Buy your groceries from them, and you will htive no family jars. Miss Ada Del Crippen, the sweet singer and exquisito performer, will entertain the audience during the in- ter vals in Miss Lowell's reading next 1 Wednesday night. Her music will bea rare treat of itself. □ L.JR. Ray, the'man who'has'furn ished|Weatherford5people more good butter ' than any other Jivjng man, has leased his dairy and honu for the ensuing year and rented prop- erty on South Main'street. .Ino. B. Gill, recently one of Ran- ger's merchants has now cast...

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