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

Crown ew ' mm M. Used in Million of Homes—40 Years the Standaid. The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY B-*- ZED. 33. HTJXjXJ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One ye r Iiou 81s month "5 Three montha 50 Blngle copy 8 Counting Rooms on MAIN STREET, one block South of Square. All are invited to call and see uk at any time. Kntered at the PoatolHeeat Weatherford, Texas as Second-Class mail inattei. WEATHERFORD. JULY 14. OUR TICKET. for president: 6ROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. for vice-president: A. E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. for U. s senator: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corslcana. for governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Iia't Tills No. A woman is a good deal more like- ly to fall in love with a man if he ran only persuade her to imagine that he has a secret sorrow. % There is a right time for every- thing, but the four-dollar watch sel- dom manages to hit it. It takes a good deal more coinage to propose to a girl than it does to tell her a year after marriage that henceforward she will have to Wring up the kit...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 July 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Enquirer. Kast bonud, No. 4... Went bound, No. a. 4:48 p. ra. 10:30 p. m. All the latest mtikes of c|oeks c heap at L. M. Frays. 23-tf. Pure Colors «round in Oil at Wm. Cameron & Co's. Are You having aches ami pains? If m>. buv a bottle XIX r.iuiment, use according to direc- tion, internally and externally, and it will cure you. It cured Judge (ieorge Clark of cramp in 10 minutes. Sold liy t'. S Alexander & Cu. Piano Box Buggy for Sale. I have it first class piano box lied buggy for sale and can give you a bargain if you want a good, durable buggy. Call and see it at It. E. Hkj.i.'s. 2!l-4t. Annwer This (Question Why do o many people w e see around us seem to prefer to naffer and ho made miserable by indigestion, co"usti|jttllon, dizziness, loss of appetite, coming up oi the fond, yellow skin, when for 75c. we will sell the in Shiloh's Vitali- ze!', guaranted to cure them. Sold b...

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

feriMCNPNt- MARTHY VIRGINIA'S HANB. Successor to GEO. P. LEVY' & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer In —DEALERS IN ArgriGüItui'al s Implements, Farm, Mill and Gin Machinery, THE X^A-KOSJST STOCK Id North Tcxm, and can give you better goods aiid BETTER I'lllCE-i than any boose In all this section. We can se'l you Englum aud Boileri, ««-lung, &hafc toe and Fixture , Plow . Mower . Thresher*. Binders, Wsgniu. Butorie*. Carl . Carriage and Wagon at Bottom Figurt It will pay y. u u call on ua aud ee our good* and hear our prices. STRATTON & WHITE Successors to W- A- HUFFMAN IMPLEMENT CO- Rusk Street, - - - - FORT WORTH, TEXAS. HENRY M. BRUCE, THK K1SKST AND 1.ARGENT STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weatht rford. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars I. Sid. Squin, HENRY M. BRUCE. Mlltrrori J. R. C0CT8, Prest. R. W K1NDEL. Vice Prvxt. A. X. GRANT, ( ashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERPORD, TEXAS. C^JPITAXj (5c SURPLUS, S260.000. SPEC...

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

Pears' Soap Which would you rath- er have, if you could have your choice, transparent skin or perfect features ? All the world would choose one way; and you can have it measurably. If you use Pears' Soap and live wholesomely otherwise, you will have the best complexion Na- ture has for you. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it Live Oak Dairy, —property ok— J, L, KANE and L. W.CHRISTIAN, PRESS COMMENTS. A life thin' democrat said on the | bireK* ui Ausiiu the othu relay, that ' if lli ¡.u was nominated at Houston, Nugt iit would Wat him a cool !.(nO i votes ir Tiavi county. Tlii lc,,n- oclasi U lleves tu be true ami it fur- ther in lie ves that Nugent will de- feat lloft; in tin- slate al i ilif way frotu i>*1,00(1 to mu.ooo voiis. louu- elast. And tin- third party is doing every- thing in their power to help Hogg get the nomination. The New York Sun which opposed Cleveland in 1H84 and again in 1888 is now supporting him mainly, on the grou...

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

! SS'v:, Ks : m- In * jwHms i sue of Tmk En- j qvituut It m%* thai U*«rg«- j Hiauk?u*hip the «milvict killed *mk Iryiag to e*eape from Hu k peniim-¡ tUry was from Weatherford. U na j aiacw U*o learned mat the r«itici-1 dvucv Of uauie kl your reporter it. \ ertvr. aud the George Btaukenshij' j that was killed was fruui Waco. A dmlM K«4irtHM. I Metan . Anderson «Se Co. have deckled j to put the knite into pnces ou «>uits nuil jNuiu aud otter a reduction of $.YiKi uu •uti* ¡ ud fsJ.UU.on pant*. Take any pi ice suit you want ajtnl will ik- taken off anil £} taükeu olí of auy prk-e pair of paul* Mo is the litur, Audrroou Jc Co. the for one week ou!y. Suits at S'.'H will war be sukl at fid. Pants at #7 wilt b«wU>w|3. CoeKuciug Moi.duy July t«th. aiat. Atttntlon Oamocrati. 1 hereby call a democratic conven- tion fur precinct No. 3, to l>e holden in the up «tails court r«ioui in the court house at 2 p. iu., July 2.'i, to the county convention called to meet July .'(Oth to nominate ...

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

• • 4 THE VOL. XII.-NO. 32. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 21, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution . < i. Is a fine White Lace Striped India Mull, worth io and nc. a month ago, going now at only 5 cents a yard. BUTO BROTHERS, No. 2. Fancy Figured Crepe effect, Wash Fabric, regular 12 1.12c goods. This lot 7 1-2C. Our Mr. J. T. Butts is now in the market buying Summer Goods, such as are to be found which manufacturers expected to carry over until next snmmer. A little cash goes a long ways this season of the year on such lines. Look at our FOUR CORNER SPECIALS IN WASH FABRICS. These specials are only in limited quantities. We give to each cah customer as much as they may want as long as they last. SPECIAL CUTS On all other Summer Goods. What we had in stock had to suffer the lo s in com- parison to recent purchases. BUTTS BROTHERS, North Side Square, Weatherford, Texas. 110 AND 112, HOUSTON STREET, J1 No. 4. All of our 20, 25 and 30c. Figured C an- ton Crepes, Batistes Organdi...

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

p.' ft*-: fit. lw 4 tei {•A' I X ;'l: THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. eo P. Levy, Mayor. AMermei..—J. T. Uiwry, J. K. Lewis, K. K Nicholson, L. M. Bailey, W. B. McCleKkey, W. B. Well*, W.J. Ctwn', H. B. Handefer. A. 8. Lewis, Secretary aud Treasurer. D. C. Bratton, Marshal. W. A. Ll*k, Assessor and Collector. 3hürchks: m. r. Chubch Booth,-Cor. H. Maiu & Coluro Ola ita., Service* every Sunday at 11 a. m and 7 p.m. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Prayer meet- ing every Wediuutday night at 7:80. Class meet- ing* 2nd and 4th Sabbath* at 8 p. m. Missionary Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Churob Conference on first Sunday In each month. Rav. E. P. Boone, Pastor CsiiniM CHoacH.—Corner South Main and Oak St*. Sunday School at 0:80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:80 KLDM 1 . L. Kidukway, Pastor. PassBYTBMAli.—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at # -JO. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. night at 7. Prayer meeting every Wednesday R...

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

-9 i. S í. 3 CULBERTSON, WRIGHT & CO. FIRST AND THROCKMORTON STREETS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. BUGGIES, mM¡S!IÍKi¡Mk And Spring Work of Every Description. All the latest Novelties in the Buggy line. Get our prices. They are the LOWEST in the State. Harness of Every Description at Lowest Prices. r j * r The Marketing of Fruit. As the fruit season is now begin- ning, it is a timely opportunity to re- mind the farmers Unit they must consider the best means for obtain- ing the most money for their pro- ducts. In shipping to markets for direct consumption, whether to local markets in the immediate vicinity of the farmers, cr to the larger mark- ets, such as Moston, Mew York and others, it is imperative that all fruit be carefully packed and handled. Fruit nm t not tie bruised in any manner before starting on its jour- ney, for a very small percentage of damaged fruit will destroy the ap- pearance of the whole package, and result in being classed only as seconds and thirds instead of realiz...

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

The Ideal Baking Powder is Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Pot more than fifty years Cream of Tartar and Bi- carbonate of Soda have been used for leavening purposes with sufficient flour added to preserve the strength of the powder unimpaired, and this with the addition of whites of eggs comprises this pure and wholesome leavening •gent, that has been the standard for 40 years. In its «se pure, wholesome and delicious food is always assured. Makes cake and biscuit that retain their moisture, and while they are flaky and extremely light they are finegrained, not coarse and full of holes as made with ammonia baking powders, latter dries up quickly. Alum powders leave a bit* ter taste in the bread or cake. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder once used, always used. The Enquirer: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY By E5. E. HULL. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Due year Six months — Three month HI ii if It' copy Counting Koomn on MAIN 8TKKKT, one block South of 8<|oarc. All are invited u> call and «ce us a...

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

|al B Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOUUTEiy PURE The Enquirer. '■■«.Muumnai,,, .. LOCAL. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERKORD, MIXKKAI. WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Thursday, .lime 3!id, 1S9-.'.) prom wkithkhfokd. No. I.—Leave Weatherford 11 00 h m " Arrive Uiueral Wells l'J Í2 p m So. 4.—Lea ve Mineral Wells iKilpn " Arrive Weatherior<l 4 2'.' p in TAXAS & rAlUFIC. East bonnd, No. 4 4:48 p. m. West bound, No. 3 10:80 p. m. (iUI.F, COLORADO 4 SANTA FE. South bound 7:00 p. m. North bound 11 a. m.,7:00 p. in. The Santa Femakesdose connection with the Fort Worth it Rio Grande at fresson. All the latest makes of cjocks L. M. Freys. elieHp at 33-1 f. Mr. L. W. Christian left for Gres- son last Wetlnesday to lie gone a few days on business. Mr. H. W. Kuteman and wife have returned from a visiting to Kufinan county and Galveston. yesterday and here the Knquiker wants to say a city never had a bet- ter alderman than Mr....

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

O 4 WHITE. 1 -DEALERS IN— - f-;.r hfi-'i Li# mi llife 0 3* ñfgiiGüItural: Implements, Farm, Mill and Cin Machinery. THE LAEf>H8T STOCK la North Tesu, and can give you better goods ¡tu,! BRl'TKR PUU'R* «ha* a y house in all this section We cao se'1 you Eogluee aud Boiler*. B* mv shaft ing and Fixtures, Plows. Mowers, Thresher*. Blu'er*. Wsgo , Bu«ie . i art*. Carriages and Wagons at Bottom Figures It *dl P*>' >"« «• c*¡l oe us atwl *+r our goods and hear our prices. STRATTON & WHITE Successors to W- A- HUFFMAN IMPLEMENT CO- Rusk Street, - - - - FORT WORTH. TEXAS V*NM tMyuvWMM V1* K *U**V attd \W¡vW| W A«.^ST¥ n* WkW Ik* tv a<4< \NV U IvWuM* V \h\vwx!\t( vt,*> <tv>* . S oVv!¡>v4*\l to VW Al4 V v\v« klttH Ul*t h* * IWMVfc V >•■*>*V v, \\HlUl vlo ttWtl A \V IUAM <V vb\l hi** Mi W I ^ WVn« v\ *«« *Mv- n«* win ant ' h<f> |Wt«<thU lit **rvo t to thv i 'Hi'.vt < x a sV>*m m Hit'iil th.tt he fc -( \t t < ywarv it wa> a **rt iSamc o...

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

Pears' Soap Skin blemishes, like foul teeth, are the more offensive because they are mostly voluntary. The pores are closed. One cannot open them in a minute; he may in a month. Try plenty of soap, give it plenty of time, and often; excess of good soap will do no harm. Use Pears'—no alkali in it; nothing but soap. All sorts of stores sell it. especially druggists; all sorts of people are using it That' the Way of It. H<- piii'ht'il In* white tent in I lit' wild*, Far froiu the human "set:" Ami «¡1I1 a faith just like a child' , He sitliI: "I'll «. t there yet." • iie put him up u ease of type. A huiui-prcbs uiu! a "slick. j Aud liere. where sereamei! the owl and snipe. , He made the let lei's 'click . ] They wondered what he wa> about When in the woods they found him: I5wt when he ¡rot his paper out They built a town around him. —Atlanta Constitution. Live Oak Dairy, 0 K- - I'KOPKKTY J, L. KANE and L, W. CHRISTIAN, Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for sale at all times. JOHN CAIN...

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

St 3$ ■WF1 C ' * Li; i I' í É fa- I?* v i! Ir. O. W. Davi*. from Alfumdo, ha* been transient! from that place to Waatherford a« l«wal uif**nt by the Santa Fe Ky. Co. Mr. Davit* Is an acquisition to Weatherfo d and the Eüíqt'IKKlt Welcome* him t • the city, i The manager of the iiJ'-rry-ifn- round wishes to inform evryltody that It will only Imj in the city a few more days. The swiujf start* at p. m. every day and run* until 7. and 8'art* again at * p. m. Send ¡ill of the children, If you counot come. They will l e well taken care of. Col. .la*. T. Long the ''eloquent Kentucklan" lecturer for the right worthy grand lodge of the independ- ent order of good templers will give a free temperance lecture at the Ifcip- tl*t church Wednesday e/ening. July 20th. Col. Long has beeu lecturer for this order for the past 15 years, and has had remarkable stx-cess in this line. After the lecture a ledge of this order will he instituted here. CelerM Citizens HsnquH. On last Saturday several excursi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

Wp^ÉKWlW) MWÜ wn m mi ¡ala VOL XB.-NO. 33 «v*.• -3(iii¿iiHtfiMiii<ii£sUsMuastaa« «iü <i«íü)iíí^w íüP *«Ií í¿: «¿fe THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution I c (' I. Is a fine White Lace Striped India Mull, worth io and nc. a month ago, going now at only 5 cents a yard. BUTTS BROTHERS, No. 2. Fancy Figured Crepe effect, Wash Fabric, regular 12 i-iac. goods. This lot 7 i-ac. WE : NEVER : GET : LEFT! Our Mr. John Butts, while in the market a few days ago was able, by having the cash in hand, to get hold of some very attractive goods that it will be a pleasure for you to see. Call on us for anything you want, and we are sure to please you in lowest prices and best goods. Look at our FOUR CORNER SPECIALS IN WASH FABRICS. These specials are only in limited quantities. We give to each cash customer as much as they may want as long as they last. SPECIAL CUTS On all other Summer Goods. What we had in stock had to .suffer the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

ni ; - m Im CITY DIRECTORY. g«o. V. l«vy. *Ujr r. Aldennei..—J. T. Lowry, J. R. Lewi . K. i- Nicholson, I . M. Bailey. W. 8 Mttilwkev, W B. Well*, W. J. Carson, 8. B. Sundeier A. 8. Lewis, Secretary and Treasurer. D. C. Bratton, MarsUal. W. a. U tf. As*esM>rand Ooileuiui. 3HUBCHW müexs, i(«r In uliiil milfll,... Pastor iMMirtAW choscm.—Corner South Main and and 7 JO p inis and aud 4th Babuuu at a P- u>. *«•>> Society every third Sunday at * p. m. Ct Oouienroce <m flrst Sugdv to at 11 a. m., and 7:10 p. m. Prayer meetln* every «Mi *T Ki'," Y W«or. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every ednes«la| bight it 7. r«v. j. a. wood . Pustor. Cl'JÍBUEI.ANIi pR**BYT*aUN. -W. Ohurrll St. ñíaiit at 7:W). V.'P. ri. U. fc. one hour bet«ie th« evening service on Sunday, Choir moelltn •w" Tsv"*. o. TiMFtBTOM. pastor. BAFTHT.-W. Church St.. Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m., and at7:is p. a. Prayer meet, ing every Wednesday night at 8:30. Sunday ^ bV6ry 8Unday Í.#r«* W. BA.NKS. PMtor catholi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

CULBERTSON, WRIGHT & CO. £V3S fcfc í FIRST AND THROCKMORTON STREETS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. BUGGIES, i § f g WÍHW9ÍW And Spring Work of Every Description. All the latest Novelties in the Buggy line. Get our prices. They are the LOWEST in the State. Harness of Every Description at Lowest Prices. . 1 \ \ \ .All. *>. A Thlnoa a Man Should Learn To kill a cal. To build tires. To chop wood. To clean walks. To be unselfish. To carve h fowl. To dress himself. To shave himself. To keep his word. To put up a stove. To whip a carpet. To clean his boots. To be above Mining. To hang up his coat. To keep a clean breath. To get up in the mornine To keep track of his clothes. To face a burglar without quaking. To exist without a club member- ship. To talk p litics without getting mad. To iead something besides a news- paper. To have fewer imperative "busi- ness calls '' To think of something besides his stomach. To never expect a silk hat to take the place of brains.—Ex. From Town Topic. Ragtag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

O-PRICE'S ¡am Bakin ■_dPowder in Millions of Homes—40 Yean the Suadtfd The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Br s. HIJXiXi. Six month* Thnw month*... (Single oopy I1.U0 76 10 ¡ Counting Rooms on MAIM STREET, one block south of Hquare. All are invited to call and nee un at any time. vent. So if thi* plan Is wjwtwl by the people of 'JVxan, they uiu*t ad- mit (hat the News i<> not responsible for the hard time lliul is sure u> fol- low — Hallas Xcws. This I<¡ wrtalnly a question Texas cannot nfford to reject. Money, mills and railroads will knock the spots out of hard timos in Texas, nrrl the ajoner we understand that money and enterprises have to be courted the better it will be for us. Kntered at the PoKtoftice at Weatherford, Tria* a* Second-Clans mall mattei. WEATHERFORD. JULY 28. OUR TICKET. koji president: ©ROVER CLEVELAND. of New York. fob vick-I'hesident: A. K. STEVENSON, of Illinois. koil governor: GEORGE CLARK. of Waco. President Harrison will spend the summer at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

mmmm Highest of all in Leavening Power—Lateft U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder absolutely pure Mim Mary Garratt Laid to Rut. - O®guuday afternoon at 2 o'clock Mi*s Mary Garrett, a sistejj of Mrs. R. L. Saudefer and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. llosit Sheriff II. S. Sisk went to the Tuesday on husincs* - ' ' 4°*- Fort Dr. Seer went to th> Garrett of Bren-1to a f«c,a>s Wells tciTilay The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERKORI), MINKRAI. WK.LLS AND NORTH WK*TKKN TIME-TABLE. ¡To take Effect Thursday, June tiltil, lMt'J.) from wbathkkkokl). No. 1.—Leave Weatherford U 00 am " Arrive Mineral WellS 12 'SJ p ra No. 4.—Leave Mineral Well* .H tK) p m •' Arrive Weatherford I JJ p nj TAX AHA PACIFIC. Kaut bonnd. No. 4 4:48 p.m. Went bound, No. 3 10: 0 p. ui. UULF, COLORADO A SANTA FE. .South bound 7:fio p. m. North bound 11 a. in., 7:00 p. m. Tbe Santa Fe uiakeMdosecoiineutioii with the Fort Worth <k Rio (¿runde al (Jre*kou. All the latest makes of qoeks cheap at L. M. Preys. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

ffl fí l;j Í i . < S -DEALERS IN- ñrgriGüItural: Implements, Farm, Mill and Gin Hacbinery, THE liAIZn-EiaT STOCK Id North Texaa, and c*p give you better goods and BETTER PRICES than any bouse in all thia Mention. We can ae'l you Eniriaea anil Boilers Belting. Shaft lug and Fixtures, Plow , Mowers, Threahera. Binders, Wagons, Buggies, Carta. Carriages and Wagona at Bottom Plguiva. It will pay you to call on us and see our goods and bear our pricea. Successors to W< A- HUFFMAN IMPLEMENT CO. Rusk Street, - - - - FORT WORTH. TEXAS. HENRY M. BRUCE, THE F1NKST AND LARGEST STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weathertord. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars HENRY M. BRUCE. " j. k. COCT8, Prest. R. W KINDKL, Vloe-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPIT&b STTIRIFILTTS, S260.000. SPECIAL 1ND0CEMENTS AMD SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. WM. B. MILLER, —WHOIJCSALK A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

Pears' Soap "Beauty is but skin- deep" was probabh meant to disparage beau- ty. Instead it tells how easy that beauty is to attain. "There is no beauty like the beauty of health' was also meant to dispar- age. Instead it encour- ages beauty. Pears' Soap is the means of health to the skin, and so to both these sorts of beauty. All sorts of stores sell it. especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. Live Oak Dairy, —PROPERTY Ol— J. L. KANE and L.W.CHRISTAIN. i.eauty Pure Holstein Milk and Buttor for sale at all times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Liare orders for milk and bi.tter at Dr. Necr's drug store. Also a few choice ,>oitng Holstcin Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, A may's Mason. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Fort Worth aid Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific Systém. The only lino passing through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF T ZE33CS. 'I'he greatest wheat growing country in the world. Chaap homes for all. Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Ore...

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