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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 July 1892

jpfc- S& I fe m mt kV/- l it Pursuant to a «mil of the demo- cratic chairman «)f thU precinct. the democrats met at Purtuins college to nominate delegates to the county convention for the nomination «ti ¡i candidate for representative. I). N. Ferguson was «hnwii tern porary chairman and F. 1> 11111 temporary secretary. By uiotlnu these officers were made permanent By motion the chair was author ized to appoint the delegates, and the following were appointed : C. 1' Thaereferr , S. W Parsons. II. T Gordon. The delegates were instructed to Vote for H« u. K. B. Ilood set long as there in any chance for him in the convention. By motion the secretary was re- quested to send a copy of the min utes to the Wkathkkkohu Enquiu- kk and Springtown Chronicle with reciuest to publish. There being no further business to come before the house the meeting was adjourned. 1). N. Fk.míUhon, Churn. Y. D Hall, Sec. AZTEC. Millions of people have suffered for years from Catarrh, Neuralgia and Head-...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 84. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution i. Is a fine White Lace Striped India Mull, worth xo and nc. a month ago, going now at only 5 cents a yard. ¡I fi i r • ¡ I ti i BUTTS BROTHERS, No. 2. Fancy Figured Crepe effect, Wash Fabric, regular 12 112c. goods. This lot 7 1-2C. 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 loss in com- parison to recent purchases. BUTTS BROTHERS, North Side Square, : Weatherford...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

iW f. I i ■ p wM ■ !■ jf , ! I El- CITY DIRECTORY. iHo. T. Levy, Mayor. . „ „ Aldennei..—J. T. !/>wrjrt J. K. UwJn K. P Nicholson, L. M. Bailey. W B. McCU~ke> . W. B. Well*, W. J. Carton. K. . Handefer A. B. LewU, Secretary and Trea urer. D. 0. Brattou. Mar hal. W. A. LUk. AKMdtor and CoiIeclot. 3HÜRCHES: m i chl'bch South.—Cor. 8- Main A (/olum* oK.Se" everr BunU.y at 7 «, m Sunday school at#:30a. m. Prayer meet 7 P- ■JMSE2S5 night at 7:«a ClaM,meet ^"VtlSI'mcS cSS|8&*¿ flm Sunday «n ?t'xirin!^W. - Prayer meeting every WedaeadayRlp0,WAV(P.ftt)r. PasaaYTCaiA .—Oak Bt., Sunday School every SiHiday morning at : . >reachfag¿tllrm., sgL- p ' sRttrsasttsr' ñivht at 7*90. rY.'p.' B. C. K*.*óué hour before evening ¿enrice on Sunday. Choir meeting •very a. rmvKt**. PMtor. Preaching every . m. Prayer meet- "¿■"every "wédñeiday night at S:W. Sunday •cheol every Sunday at :«la. m. BarriiT.-W. Church St., r.. Sunday at 11a. m., and at7:15p. i rev. O. W. Baime . Pantor Catholic.—Cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

CULBERTSON, WRIGHT & CO FIRST AND THROCKMORTON STREETS, FORT WORTH TEXAS, a *•<? BUGGIES, 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 The Paper Age. The world has seen its Iron a^e and its brazen age. hut this is the age of paper. We are milking so many things of paper that it will soon be true that without paper there is nothing made. *Ve live in paper houses, wear paper clothing and sit on paper cushions in paper cars rolling on paper wheels. If we lived in Bergen, orway, we could go on Sundays to a paper church. We do a paper business over paper counters, buying paper goods, paying for them with paper money and deal in paper stock on paper margins. We row races in paper boats for paper prizes. We go to paper theaters where paper actors play • to paper audiences. As the age develops the coming man will become more deeply enmeshed in the pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

Bra MS W:n m * i i PROTECT OUR BREAD. The machinery of the law has not been put to work too speedily against the fraudulent use of ammonia and alum in Baking Powders. Both health and the pocket of the people are demanding protection. The legislatures of New York, Illinois and Minnesota have taken this matter of adulteration up, and especially that of Baking Powders. It* will be in the interest of public health when their sale is made a misdemeanor in every State in the UNION, and the penalties of the law are rigidly enforced. There is no article of human food more wickedly adulterated than that of Baking Powder. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the only pure cream of tartar powder having a general sale that is free from ammonia, alum or taint of any kind of impurity. It makes the sweetest and lightest bread, biscuit and cake that are perfectly digestible whether hot or cold. It costs more to manufacture Dr. Price's than any other baking powder. It is superior to every other known ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

-4 Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. 9. Gov't Report Baking Rswder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. !To take Effect Thursday, July 14, from wkatjiekfoki). Ko 1.—Leave Weatherford 11 uu a in Arrive Mineral Wolls 12 22 p ra vo s.—Leave Weatherford ft :«> p m Arrive Mineral Wells ti 62 p in So 2—Leave Mineral Wells 7 :¡0 a in Arrive Weatherford s :i2 a in No 4.—Leave Mineral Wells K (it) p m Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p ra Trains 1 and 2 will run daily. Trains s and 4 daily excopt Sunday. TAX AS 4 PACI Kit;. East bonud, No. 4 4:4S p. m. West bound, No. 3 10:30 p. m. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA KE. South bound 7:oo p. m. North bound . .11 a. m., 7:00 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Qrande at Cresson. Mr. E. Putman last week. visited tin.' Wells /E are authorized to announce W. J. Carson ' as a cam'" " Parker county. \V as a candidate for Couuty Treasurer of He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

wm J \J \J K *É&í I & WHITE, -DEAJ.ERS IN- Agricultural: Implements, Finn, Mill aid Cin MacUnery, THE LAB(^X8T STOCK la North Texas, and can give you better goods and BETTER PRICES thao any houseinall this section. Wo can se'l you Eagiuea and Boilers, Beltiug. Shaft log and Fixtures, Plows. Mowers, Threshers, Binders, Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Carriages and Wagons at Bottom Figures. It will pay you to «sil OQ us and see vur good* and bear our price*. STRATTON & WHITE Successors to W- A- HUFFMAN IMPLEMENT CO. Rusk Street, - - - - FORT WORTH. TEXAS HENRY M. BRUCE, THK FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weather ford. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars i.smSin* HENRY M. BRUCE, «««>•«• J. R. COOTS, Prest. R. W k1ndel, Vlce-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. O-AJPXT^lXj <Sc STTIRFXjTTS, $260.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 1ND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Speci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

I Whoever wants soft Viands, smooth hands, white hands, or a clear complex- ion, he and sne can have both; that is. if the skin is naturally transparent; un- less occupation prevents. The color you want to avoid comes probably nei- ther of nature or work, but of habit. Either you do not wash effectually, or you wash too effectually: you do not get the skin open and clean, or you hurt it. Remedy.—Use Pears' Soap, no matter how much; but a little is enough if you use it often. 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. CHRISTAIN, Pure Holslein Milk and Butter for .sale at ll times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug .store. Also ii few choice young Holslein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Mason. WEATHERFORD TEXAS. Fort Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line passing through the (Trent PANHANDLE COUNT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 August 1892

cr L/ NBW NOTE . Ex-Governor of Missouri, Charle* H. Hardin, Is dead. A great number of Oklahoma cat- tle are dying with Texas fever. Senator Hill says that the report concerning hi* going to Europe Is false. Negroes from West Tennessee are immigrating in large number to Oklahoma. The World's fair appropriation question is the only thing now hold ing congress. Filibustering is ex pected to continue, and the day of anjournment is unceitaiu. The selver party and the Populists of Colorado are involved in a grand political row which promises one of the warmest battles in the history of Colorado. At Cameron, Mo., Frank Parrot •hot and killed Miss Annie Caner and then killed himself. Jealousy was the cause. An immense holiness camp-meet- ing is in «ession near Waco. l>r. Floyd of Fort Worth and other prom- inent ministers are in charge. Broolshine, the Kentucky outlaw horsethief, who killed two deputy sheriffs at Mount Sterling, Ky., a few days ago has been captured. Fine rains are rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 August 1892

THE WEATHEBFORD ENQUIKER. VOL. XH.-NO. 85. WEATHEBFORD. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11,1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution ! *1 THE LAST CALL-LOOK OUT! The season on summer goods is most over. So is our semi-annual stock-taking, and our invoice shows too many goods on hand- So for the next three weeks, Commencing Saturday, the 12th Day of August! WTü INAUGURATE THE: :ee= Greatest, Grandest, Clean-up Got Sale We Have Ever Hade! % No leaders. Everything suffers the reduction in same proportion. Give each customer as much as he wants as long as the goods last. What we want is to sell regardless of who the buyer may be. Next Door to Postoffice, Weatherford, Texas. Bold Knights of the Road Hold Up Julian Hutchison. "STAND AND DELIVER" THEY Cried. Which Was Complied With— The Booty Small. Sunday night, about 11 o'clock, while Julian Hutchison was return- ing to town in a hack from Lake City where he had taken a passenger that day, and was withán a few miles of Weatherford, two masked men rode...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 August 1892

i' Geo. F. Levy, Mayor. AMerme>..-J T. Lowry, J. K. Lewí , K. I* Nicholson, L. M. Bailey, W. B. McCleitkey. W. B. Well , W. J. CM*on, 8. B. Sandefer. A. 8. Lewi , Secretary aud Treasurer. D. C. B ration, Marshal. W. A. LUk, AMe« or and Collector. . CHURCHES: M. X. CuuacH Sooth,—Cor. 8. Main A Colum- bia U., Service every Sunday at 11 a. m and 7 p.m. Sunday School at í :80 a. m. Prayer meet- ing every Wednesday night at 7:80. Umi i Inn 2nd and 4th Sabbath at 3 p. m. MUMo Society every third Sunday at p. m. Ch Conference on first Sunday In ^ mouthy Chiiitian Chdbch.—Corner South Main and Oak St . Sunday School at* 80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Pruyer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:80 lobb u. L. Ridqswav, Pa tor. Pimbviaaia*.—Oa* 81. .Sunday School every Bnnday morning at «AO. Preaching at U a. m., Prayer meeting every Wedne day Bcv. J. A. Woods. Pa tor. 17 p. m. night at 7. St. . m. CUMBERLAND PBESBYTKRIAH.-W. Church Sunday School at 9:4f>s. m. Preachingatll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 August 1892

n ?alt. Star Salt bd adja- |higan or jund of ■weather, lea, same rels lie very not i Pack- lias our cent. CULBERTSON, WRIGHT & CO FIRST AND THROCKMORTON STREETS, FORT WORTH TEXAS, BUGGIES, H fp* fit ft Igjgw fims!iÍM 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 oí Every Description at Lowest Prices. m Indemnity for Life and Limb. A rather striking illustration of the money value placed on human lives is afforded by a bit of diplomatic history. The families of the Iwo American seaman killed by a Chilian mob at Valpariso will receive, it is said, about $10,000each, and the remaining $55,000 of the total award of $75,- 000 will be distributed among those who received injuries. The Spanish government paid the United States government for each sailor and citizen killed at the time of the Virginius affair about $2,500. The British government received for each colored subject shot $1,500 and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 August 1892

mf D"PR)CE'S Caed in Millions of Homes—40 Yean the Stand aid The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY IBtt ZEJ. E. UTTXili. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One year.... ll.oo Six month* 75 Three month. so Single copy 5 Counting Koomi on MAIN STREET, one block South of Square. All are invited to call and *ee Hi at any time. Bntered at the PottoArcat Weatherford, Texas as Second Class mail mattei. WEATHERFORD. AUGUST 11. OUR TICKET. fob «'resident: GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. fob vice-president: A. E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. kob goveiinob: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Right-of-way and depot grounds would be a handsome bonus for the Rock Island R'y., and it would be money well spent. When it is a settled fact that the Rock Island will come to this city then Weatherford will know and ex- perience what a¡boom is. All the wings of New York de- mocracy have flopped together, and New York will give us from 75,000 to 150,000 majority. With all the natural advantages this citv possesses and the Rock Is- land ...

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

it. f f'"\ X Í I 11/ I Highest of «11 in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Mr. R. L. Sandefer can sell you the) finest seed barlev to be found anv- I where See him when you want any- thing in the grain line And he will pay the highest price for all kind of grain. See fi. L. Sandefer before you buy or sell. Commissioners Monday. court was iq_ session I consider XIX m.oon and uvga I'll.Lsthe bett in the world. You will not rearet buying them S. W. i.ovolady, I'lebiuue, Texas" Sola by S. Alexander ifc Co. Mr. G. C. Pratt went east P. Monday. on the T. k Mr. bonis Penn left Monday for a trip I I to Denver, Salt bake City anil other cities on a business and recrcation trip. Louis lias not been in good health for some time | and Thk Ehqiirkb hopes his trip will put him on his feet again. For the best cook stove the world ever produced go to J. R. Lewis & Co.'s and buy a Charter Oak. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WEL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 August 1892

r>' ¿Sr HiS •S&'-f R"'" sp Ife rV . \ ' (US" The Weatherford Candy Works! AND ICE CRBAM PARLOR. FRB&H CA.DY Al A. DE BVBRY DAY . Fancy Candías, Latest and Most Popular Drinks, Fruit los Cream snd Sherbet. WEST SIDE, - NORTH MAIN STREET. E. SAFFROI, Proprietor. BTWe also havs a Wholesale Department. HENRY M. BRUCE, THE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weatherford. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-live Dollars i. side stun, HENRY M. BRUCE. * t|ieri(m! 1 —r— J. R. COOTS, Prest. B. W K1NDEL, VIoe-Preit. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BASK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. OAPTTAL <Sc STJRPLTJS, SS60.000. SPECIAL HDUCE1EITS AID SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO CUSTOMERS. Collection* a Specialty. North Main St. WM. B.~MILLER, -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- DRUGGIST AND BOOK-SELLER SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. . Keep* hi* establishment supplied at>U times with a oarefuiiy selected stock of Pure Dru^s and Madioinea, Patent Medicines...

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

.■ft- Pears' Soap To keep the skin clean is to wash the excretions from it off; the skin takes care of itself inside, if not blocked outside. To wash it often and clean, without doing any sort of violence to it, re- quires a most gentle soap, a soap with no free al- kali in it. Pears' is supposed to be the only soap in the world that has no alkali in it. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. Live Oak Dairy, NUGENT IN ELLIS COUNTY. Four Speeches to a Tremend- ous Crowd of Sovereigns. DISCUSSES NATIONAL POLITICS. Tha Third Party's Side of th* Quei- tlon. -PROPERTY OF- J. L KANE and L. W. CHRISTAIN, Pure Holstcin Milk and Butter for sale at all times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer'sdrug store. Also a few choice young Holstcin Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFO BD, TEXAS. Fort Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line passing through the...

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

I r -• TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER QUART i Hfc Fruit Jars For $1.00 Fer Doz. One-half Gallon KASOST FRUIT JARS For $1.25 Cts. Per Dozen. We offer for the next THIRTY DATS our entire stock of IDry G-oocLs <So Clotliing At prices never before heard of in Weatherford. One Hundred Pieces Swiss Embroidered Dress Patterns at $1.25 for 4 1-2 Yards Length, worth $2.50. One Hundred Pieces Swiss Embroidered Dress Patterns at $2.50 for 41-2 Yards Length, worth $5.00. Fifty Pieces Swiss Embroidered Dress Patterns at $3.50, for 4 1.2 Yard Lengths, worth $6.00. Fifty Pieces Imported Figured Mull Patterns at 15 cents a yard, worth 30 cents a yard. Fifty Pieces Black Silk Grenadine at 75 cents a yard, worth $1.25 a yard. IN FACT WE OFFER PARASOLS, ALL White Goods, Laces, Corsets and Embroideries! AT TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT LESS THAN These Goods Have Ever Been Sold in Weatherford. - Sl - NORTH MAIN STREET. Decorated Plates for 76 cents per set. Decorated Plates for 05 cents per set. Decorated handle cups a...

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

I.V>« ««eeso© C?s*® « THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 36. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18,1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution L'*A THE LAST CALL-LOOK OUT! The season on summer goods is most over. So is our semi-annual stock-taking, and our invoice * shows too many goods on hand So for the next three weeks, Commencing Saturday, the 12th Day of August! WE INAUGURATE THE /! Greatest, Grandest, Clean-up Cut Sale We Have Ever No leaders. Everything suffers the reduction in same proportion. Give each customer as much as he wants as long as the goods last. What we want is to sell regardless of who the buyer may be. Next Door to Postoffice, Weatherford, Texas. □■□I □I THfc PEOPLE'S PARTY ens" Hair fern, which they found § very plentiful. After this was over WUI Have Weav.r and Field Here In ; tfae ymmg gentlelHen broUght out September. Gazette. The third party is really making a serious effort to impair democratic supremacy in Texas, and some of the some ice melons and fr...

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

KSfr;? • ■ . ?/; i¿ CITY DIRECTORY. Ueo V. Levy, Mayor. Alderuiei..-J. T. Lovuy, J. K J* i . K. H Nicholson, L. M. Bailey. W. H. McCle*key, W. B. Well*, W. J ■ Carxon. H. B. Samlefer. A. 8. Lewlh, Secretary and Trea urer. D. C. Brattou, Marshal., W. A. LUt, Atseuor aud Collect* . CHURCHES: M K. CHU CH SOUTH,—('or. S. Main <St Colum- ola «W-. Services every Sunday at U a. m and 7 p.m. Sunday School at 8:80 a. m. Prayer meet- ing every Wednesday night at 7:!0. ClaM meet- Inn and aud 4th Sabbath at 8 p. m. MUilouarv Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Churoh •Conference on Bnt Sunday in at U a. m„ and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedueaday «^¡Í'dV pa>tor P*«gBVT«BiA .—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7. Rkv. J. A. Wood . Pastor. Cumberland Pbíobytkbian.-W. Church St. Sunday School at 9:45a. tn Preachingat 11a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedncaday night at 7:30. V. P. 8. C....

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

L" lalt Ija- 1 or J ° |er, N Eresh I not llf# ¡f¿'¡ EVERY SUBSCRIBER GETS A PREMIUM! Worth From 50 to 75 Cents. Any of the following books and the ENQUIRER one year for ONE DOL LAR. Call at the Enquirer office or H. Gernebacker's and see the books and get a receipt for your subscription. .JSsop's Fables Amateur Amusements. Arabian Nights. Adam Bede Eliot Ancient History Lardner Anderson's Fairy Talcs. Aunt Diana Carey Battles Worth Fight iug. Beecher, Henry Ward, Life of, Williams Bits from lilinkbutiny Strathesk Bonaparte DePay Barnaby Budge Dickens Boy Conqueror. Boy's Own Book of Indoor Sports. Boy's Own Book of Outdoor Sports. Flying Dutchman.... W. Clark Russell Oliver Twist Dickens Favorite Poems. Our Bessie Carey Farmer's Barn Book. Outdoor Life in Europe Thwing Flowers from Fairy Land Smith Oriental Fairy Tales Herder France, History of Yonge Free Lances Mayne Iteid Forty Days after the Resurrect!op. Germany, History of Yonge Guilderoy Ouida Goethe's Poetical works. Goldsmit...

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