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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 1 September 1892

M y 1 % I • PI ;•) ¡¿ . i IM' í m "? P Is II rV- p 11 I i' f if i i 1. 4. Mi K J I it i I * T ; |, Uy. 1/ t I 'iff r l 1 & wH J Él f QUART Fruit Jars For (1.00 Per Ooz. One-half Gallon MASON FRUIT JARS For $1.25 Cts. Per Dozen. Plates set. Plates for for Decorated 75 cents per Decorated 65 cents per set. Decorated handle cups and saucers, 75c. per set. THE MURDER SATURDAY NIGHT Oto. Shrlvor Bound Ovor to Court «no Ball Fixod at «3.000. On Saturday night, August ü7, at Oncar Langly's saloon a crowd of men were fighting and slashing with knives. When they scattered, Ab. Lewis was found to have had a stab in the a I m1 ornen about an inch and a quarter in length and deep enough to pierce entirely through one entraii, and Geo. Shriver was cut once in the head, once on the right arm between the shoulder and elbow and once in the left arm near the wrist. Shriver went to Dr. Neer's drug stop', where his wounds were dressed, after which he was conveyed to jail. Lewis was carried to the ...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 September 1892

(s5*íw THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 39. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1892. ezdi 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! Ill WE INAUGURATE THE =§= Greatest, Grandest, Clean-up Gnt Sale We Have Ever Made! 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, i am tZZZHEZI □ COKE 0>' CLARK. What The Senior Texas Senator Said At Waco. The following is a portion of Sena-' tor Coke's address at Waco on the 4tri inst.: tiie «kadi7ated inco.mk tax. The second point of attack by Judge Clark was the plank recom- mending the adoption of a graduated income tax. We arc now taxed un- der a protective tariff and one of you who has sev...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 September 1892

« 9«MN «ÍSJ -® «13 O O O CJtSoCa ® ■ ► «ocsaus 9 ggace ¿Pf*, r* / (£ 4 j-VT-'. l¿; WIND AND WATER ==You Must Have I WE ARB AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Enterprise Pumps and Wind Mills. WE POINT WITH F= FRIDE To the reputation the ENTERPRISE WIND MILLS have made in our own town and county. Tney WORK WHEN OTHERS FAIL. We are still selling THE MOLINE WAGONS AT A BARGAIN!! Latest Improved, Fully Warranted, Must be Sold, Good Terms, Low Prices. THE OASADY SUL£Y STILL LEADS. —REMEMBER THE FIRM AND PLACE— York Avenue. H. H. RAINBOLT & CO, Weatberford. We are factory agents for Garden City Clipper and Oliver Flows, Buckeye Mowers, Eli Hay Presses, Hay Ties. Call and see the old Peter Shuttler Wagon. Mrs. Spiller, of Florence, Ala., ar- rived in the city Friday and will visit her nephew and family Mr. Willis Bonner. Mrs. Spiller spent several weeks visiting In Brownwood and Hartnett. After her visit is out here she will go to Dallas and from there to her home in Alabama. Mr. Chas. W. Howard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 September 1892

«fe**' O!, J ¡e® # ##*«9 «#« •« ® * «wnw * EVERY SUBSCRIBER GETS PREMIUM!: Worth From 50 to 75 Cents. Any of the following bocks and the ENQUIRER one year for ONE DOL LAR. Call at the Enquirer office or H. Gernsbacker's and see the books and get a receipt for your subscription. ■disop's Fables Amateur Amusements. Arabian Nights. Adam Bede Eliot Ancient History Lardner Anderson's Fairy Tales. Aunt Diana Carey Battles Worth Righting. Beecher, Henry Ward, Lile of, Williams Bits from Miiukbonny Strathesk Bonaparte DePay Barnaby Iludge Dickens Boy Conqueror. Boy's Own Book of Indoor Sports. Boy's Own Book of Outdoor Sports. Bride of Lammermoor Scott Browning, ltobt., Poems. Browning, Mrs., Poems. Brown's Bible Dictionary. Brown's Concordance. Bryant's Poems. Buds and Blossoms T. S. Arthur Burns' Poetical Works. Boy's and Girl's Story Book. Blind Love Wilkie Collins Bede's Charity Hesba Stretton Brief Biographies Smiles Cam i lie Duiuas Charlotte Temple llowson Charming Stories Mary Howil...

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

^PRICE'S Used in Millions of Home —40 Years the Standard. The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ST JHJ< IEJ. HXTT<Ti« SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- Om ye r Il.oo Sis month* 75 Three month* so ((Ingle copy 5 Counting Rooms on MAIN STREET, one block 8outb of 8quare. All are Invited to call and nee uk at any time. Entered at the Poitofflce at Weatherford, Texan a* Second-Class mail mattei. WEATHERFORD. SEPT. 8. OUR TICKET. fob president: GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. for vice-president: A. E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. for governor: GEORGE ULARK, of Waco. Where does tho "Little Shetland" stand now? He used to be a Lan- ham man. (JI'Evei.and and Clark clubs are being formed all over Texas and the news from all sides is encouraging to true democracy. We are going to win. Coi. J. It. Gouts left yesterdays on a few days business trip to Gaines- ville. The Col. says he Is going to vote for Geo. Clark if he is the only man in the county that does--and you can bet he'll do it too. The seventeenth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 September 1892

J5UM.Ü'Hi W¿!.' Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder absolutely pure ■ale by DAM D. HARTHETT and other leading «rocera. THE ENQUIRER see inside pages for locals. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELI.s AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Thursday, July 14, 1892.) from wkathebfohi). No. 1.—Leave Weatherford 11 00 a m " Arrive Mineral Wells 12 2.' pm No. S.—Leave Weatherford ft 80 p m •• Arrive Mineral Wells ti !t> p m No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 SO a m " Arrive Weatherford x 52 a ra No. 4.—Leave Miueral Wells 3 00 p m " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p in Trains 1 and 2 will run daily. Trains 3 and 4 daily except Sunday. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bound, No. 4 4:48 p. m. West bound, No. 3 10:30 p. m. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 7:00 p. m. North bound 11 a. m., 7:00 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at CreBSon. COUNTY DEMCRATIC TICKET. Mr. Paul Barthold was in the eitv i Tuesd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 September 1892

t"\ i. kV'j The Weatherford Candy Works! AND ICB CREAM PARLOR. JFHBSH CADY MADB BVBHY DAY Fancy Candles, Latest and Most Popular Drinks, Fruit loe Cream snd Sherbet. WEST SIDE, - NORTH MAIN STREET. E. SAFFROI, Proprietor. tsrws also have a Wholesale Department. HENRY M. BRUCE, THE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OP CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weatherford. We can sell you clooks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars i. squn, HENRY M. BRUCE. J. R. C0ÜT8, Pre«t. R.W KINDEL, Vioe-Prett. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL & SURPLUS, $260.000. special nroucEiEirrs m specie accomodation to customers. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. WM. B. MILLER, —WHOLESALE AND RETAIL— DRUGGIST AND BOOK-SELLER SOOTH SIDE SQUIRE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Keeps his establishment supplied at all times with a carefully selected stock of Pur® Drugs and Medicines, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Fine Perfumery, Toilet Articles, A r ti...

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

Live Oak Dairy, —PROPERTY Ol- J, L. KANE and L, W. CHRISTAIN. Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for sale at all time . JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug store. Also a few choice young Holstein Hulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD TEXAS. R. P. BAKER. l*rofessor of Mitsic PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. i . o. n.T i:m. Fort Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line passing through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF TEXAS. The greatest wheat growing country in the world. Chaap homes lor alL Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points- send for copy of our Summerlauds. We tHke you direct to the lira 1 til resorts OIF - COLORADO. For further informal ion, address, D. B. KEELER, G. P. A., Fort Worth, Texas. E. L. LOMAX. G. P. A„ U. P. R'y, Omaha, Nebraska. Thos .b. king. .1. w. .1 abbott. KING & JARROTT, L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 8 September 1892

■ ' m I BSRWStW^ 1 f. V.l Is It Kecessary TO SAY THAT H. GERNSBACHER NEW DRY GOODS HOUHE. Mr. H. 0. WIlMon Will Throw Open the lloorit of III* New HI ore on the I">lh Inst. Mr. II. O. Wilson, native Tesan, but who has for a number «if yearsj been entratfed In larire houses in New York has decided there no place on | earth a good as Texas and has cast his lot with us in Weatherford, and right here Thk En<jl'ikkk wants to say that he selected well. Mr. Wil- son will on about the 15th of this Ho la Badly Don* Up on the! 21st Pound THE BIG CAUFORNIAN Corbott is Now lh« Champion of th World 26 Dosen Musquiter Kid Glovee. in All Shades at 50 cts per pair. GREAT OPENING g THE VesU'rday .lohn 1. Sullivan ws forced t<* give up the championship . . J Of the world to Jim .1 Oorhott the month open up a bran new stock of L, ... , . . > . | California slugger. Last nitfht a great many enthusiastic men were at the telegraph office until a late hour IS THE Cheapest House In the City drv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

I THE WEATHERFORD YOL XII.-NO. 4 . WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1892. itfk-iih. i\ CRAWFORD DRY GOODS FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS, Successor to SunrConstitutiOtt ONLY ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY!! THE LAST CALL CABBY FROM O O O i $150,000 to $175.000 i ... STOCK OF . .. Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, GFNTS' FURNISHING GOODS. CARPETS, MILLINERY AND TRUNKS LOOK OUT! The season on Summer Qoods is most over, and we are determined to turn what we have left m Out, So Gome and Give Us CZ3I :A CALL GET- ■ We sell exclusively FOR CASH, making no exceptions, and * therefore can sell CHEAPER than any house in North Texas. I f Price Our Goods Before Buying \! Crawford Dry Goods COMPANY. ** B. C. EVANS' OLD STAND.** TWO DOLLARS FOR ONE WE INAUGURATE THE A Sudden Death. As we go to press, at 1:30 o'clock the sad news of the death of Mrs, Jno. H. Baker, was brought to our office. The death is supposed to have been the cause of heart failure. •At 11 o'clock she was apparently well and Mrs. Baker, m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

m;; fTTou Must Save I WE ABE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Enterprise Pumps and Wind Mills. WE F^OIINT WITH PRIDE To the reputation the ENTERPRISE WIND MILLS have made in our own town and county. Tney WORK WHI?N OTHERS PAIL. We are still selling THE HOLINE WAGONS AT A BARGAIN!! Latest Improved, Fully Warranted, Must be Sold, Good Terms, Low Prices. THE OASADY SULKY STILL LEADS. -REMHWBER THE FIRM AND PLACE— York Avenue, H. H. RAINBOLT & CO., ¡W¡íí We are factory agents for Garden City Clipper and Oliver Plows, Buckeye Mowers, Eli Hay Presses, Hay Ties. Call and see the old Peter Shuttler Wagon. WEAVER'S SPEECH AT FT. WORTH General Weaver, after acknowledge the welcome, expressed his pleasure speaking to au audience so large and so truly representative of the hone und sinew of the land, the laborer, the only prodbj eer, and the victim of the oppressive 1 .ws of class législation. The laborer is the only producer, but only in the period of his maturity. In infancy and old age the mas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

EIZEZ1ZI1IIIZ3EZ3EZIEI3EZ3—EI3II1 EVERY SUBSCRIBER GETS A PRBMIUMl! 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, Gern&backer's and see the books and get a receipt for your subscription. Jisop's Fables Amateur Amusements. Afahian Nights. Adam Bede.. Eliot Ancient History Lardner Anderson's Fairy Tales, Aunt Diana Carey Battles Worth Fighting. Beecher, Henry Ward, Life of, Williams Bits from lllinkbonny Strathesk Bonaparte DePay Barnaby lludge Dickens Boy Conqueror. Boy's Own Book of Indoor Sports. Boy's Own Book of Outdoor Sports. Bride of Lammeruioor Scott Browning, Robt., Poems. Browning, Mrs., Poems. Brown's Bible Dictionary. Brown's Concordance. Bryant's Poems. Buds and Blossoms T. S. Arthur Burns' Poeiical Works. Boy's and Girl's Story Book. Blind Love Wilkie Collins Bede's Charity Ilesba Stretton Brief Biographies Smiles Camille Dumas Charlotte Temple Rowson Charming Stories Mary Howitt Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

mm ! i bl V.- j t| THE NATIONAL BOARD OF HEALTH WASHINGTON. D. C. In Bulletin—Supplement No. 6, page 33, places Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder HIGHEST OF ALL ^ in LEAVENING STRENGTH. Prof. R. C. Kedzie, of the Michigan State Agricultural College, who personally superintended the examination, says:—"With the exception of da. Price's Cream Baking Powder, which is a cleanly, pure, whole- ! compound, conforming with natures own formulas of human diet, .found every sample more or less tainted." Host Perfect Made. No Ammonia. Ho Alum. The Enquirer. ("omk to think about it again Gov. Hogg said the commission must be. • 1 just so, or not at all. It* just so, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ¡'ut " deviI ofa hofJu*t T 8 d (iov. Hogg is responsible for it. We Bt -b* -b* want a commission, but it must be —- — r -1A Commission. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- j gain a foot hold in the east It would j lie but a question of a short time be. 1 fore it would make its appearance in ' this Immediate section, and the qu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

. Highest of all ia Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE For sale by BAN D. HARTNETT and other leading grocers Miss Lulla Mumtord, formerly of Weatherford, but now <if Terrell, passed through the city Wednesday in route to Graham, where she goes to take a position in the college. l>r. J. If. Hendricks preached at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday night. He is an able minis- ter and pleased all who heard him. ..Come and see my #20 set of furni- ture. It will astonish you. .1. T. GOTTEN . Mrs. VV. F. Nevins, of Deiiison. is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. \V. ('. Blcvins, on the north side. If Yor Nkkd a IiUmmI medicine \I\ s.ut .v I'viiiLi.A U surely the best Price .">0 cents. som hv r. s. Alexander, tv co. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WKATHKRKORI), MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME TABLE. ,'To take Effect Thursday, July 14, 1882.) FHOM WKATHKKroRI). No. 1.—Leave Weatheriord 11 00 am " Arrive Miueral Wells 12 '."j p in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

JE? Í¡;.-V W 'Ki The 'Weatherford Candy Works! AND ICB CREAM PARLOR. FRESH CAD Y MADE EVERY DAY Fancy Candies, •Latest and Moat Popular Drirtks. Fruit loa Gream nd Sherbet. WEST SIDE, - NORTH MAIN STREET E. SAFFROI, Proprietor. BTWc also have a Wholesale IRipsrtment. HENRY M. BRUCE, THE FINEST AND (LARGEST CLOCKS Ever Brought to Weatherford. We ofiip sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars i sm. sw HENRY M. BRUCE. «««"^ J. B. CO UTS, Prest. E. W KINDEL, V ice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, CMtiler CITIZENS NATIONAL WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. n a PTT A T j Sc SXTRIPXjTJS, $260.000. SPBGIAL HDQGHEHTS AMD SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO CUSTOMERS. Collectiona b Specialty. North Main St. WM. B. MILLER, -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- DRUGGIST AND BOOK-SELLER SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Keep hU estaBlishmcnt supplied at all time* with a carefully Beleoted stock of Fur* Drugs and Msdioin.es, ' ^ Cigars, Etc/ Also Headquarters for the sale of School Books, Stationery, School Supp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

I Live Oak Dairy, -PJIOPKKTY OK- J. L. KANE and L. W. CHRISTAIN. Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for snle at all times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer'sdrug store. Also a few choice \ oung Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD TEXAS. R. P. BAKER. .Professor of Music PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. P. O. Bo.* I««. Foit Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only lme pausing through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF T:EJ3C.a.S. The greatest wheat growing country in the world, Chaap homes lor all. Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points- Send for copy of our Huinmerlatidn. We take you direct to the health resorts OF - COLORADO For further information, nddrew . D. B. KEELEU, 6. P. A., Fort Worth, Texas E. L. LOMAX, G. P. A., 17. P. R'y, Omaha, Nebraska Thos .b. king. .1. w. jarhott KING & JARROTT, LA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 15 September 1892

IÜ jpi{* w?t:: IP gw>. iSI$sK¿ MP;?" H PHIm m i ® ft: IB ■ ''■■ '■ - Sllf^ F^.fi F-^#v iL_ «... '-i:; ''l-feCgjBB, i; ívv^í "í'íjí1, ■ 4-'. >€ ü^'^. 'fe Is II Nerarv TO SAY THAT H. GERNSBACHER IS THE Cheapest House In the City JS2Z ESía¿a&¿&b>&om Wrttfoi Paper, Inks, SUTES, PENCILS, TABLETS, ETC L&xt uight at rt:«0 p. m. at the rewdtmoe of the tirMea father, Dr. Alonan Blm , on South Main strwt, the marriage of Mr. J no. M. Hart, a prominent young buaiaew man of thl« city and MUw Bailie Simo, one of Weatherford' fairest daughter*, waa consumated. Thto affair baa been looked forward to for «ome time aa both partíea have been for some yearn leaden in our society and each have a host of lov- ing friends. Br. Sims' elegant mtfdeuce was crowded with invited guests when at the appointed hour the bridal couple made their appear- ance accompanied by Mr. W. A. I-i«k and Miss Lillian Thomason. Tliey were ushered into the spaciout parlor and there presented to tho groo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

Hfv THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. I VOL. XII.-NO. 41. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22,1882. Successor to Sun-Constitution CRAWFORD DRY GOODS FORT WORTH, CABBY FHOM - O © O TEXAS, «$150,000 to $175,000 J ... STOCK OP . Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, GFNTS" FURNISHING GOODS. CARPETS. MILLINERY AND ¡TRUNKS: ONLY ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY Ü THE LAST CALL LOOK OUT The season on Summer Goods is most over, and we are determined to turn what we have left f We sell exclusively FOR CASH, making 110 exceptions, and therefore can sell CHEAPER than any house in North Texas. Price Our Goods Before Buying1 ! i I Crawford Dry Goods OOIVIF3 AINIV. DZXEZ3 Out. So Gome and Give Us CDI :A CALL GET! TWO DOLLARS FOR ONE WE INAUGURATE THE Greatest, Grandest, Clean-up ** B. C. EVANS' OLD STAND. ' ■ - - - GUT SALE - - We Have Ever Made- There will be no leaders, but iET^DEIEirX'TIEIXIfcTGh 5liffers This Great Reduction flrliKe. OLD HOT Writes a Letter in Which He Declares for Clark. AT LAMPASAS AND CHICHAGO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

ÍK m pk t:i' 'iw¡ ' .• Í01 Jfe . gife.: R£! ! -' r m m - * Mg #cv ft. f§ btVj" hbSI ' mfi' - ftp,'1, y I I I ¡ skKsX •'. te'f -i I I 1 f!*"... ■ ' ■ 1 ■/'.. rli^'w.'v." i' ' . ■' t&2\' '. m AND WATER -T-1 Must Have! WE ARB AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Enterprise Pumps and Yvfnd Mills. WE POINT WITH PRIDE To the reputation the ENTERPRISE WIND MILLS have made in our own town and county. Tney WORK WHEN OTHERS PAIL. We are still selling THE MOLINE WAGONS AT A BARGAIN!! Latest Improved, Fully Warranted, Must be Sold, Good Terms, Low Prices. THE OASADY SULKY STILL LEADS. —HEMBHPER THE FIRM ANI) PLACE— York Avenue. H. H. RAINBOLT & CO, Weatherford. We are factory agents for Garden City Clipper and Oliver Plows, Buokeye Mowers, Eli Hay Presses, Hay Ties. Call and see the old Peter Shuttler Wagon. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. As Recorded by Taylor & Tay- lor Real Estate Office. pby, 160 acres Tí W 1 section 210, ««00. B A Millsap to Nancy A Little- flelfl, 80 acres E A S G Maxwell's sár v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

treih IT. CAMPAIGN 80Na This unique song whs >Na- S COIUpOS^ tutd '' V I...V J hurl " sung extempore (off hand) bv f Xiti Hood coun- _ '.I Jill THftc J. H. Cotts. chairman of ty, Texas, republican tee, at the state couve old party" at Fort 1892, as a prelude trf seconding iiiation of Col. N. £. Moore, of Fort Woith, who wis ejected permanent chair- man thereat. Comrade Cutis will un- doubtedly compose many more verses of this wonderful song as the campaign pro- gresses (?) and will furnish them upon ap- plication to the. postmaster, Granburv, Texas. In eighteen hundred tiud ninety-twu, Hurrah! Hurrah! In eighteen hundred and ninety-two, Hurrah! Hurrah! In eighteen hundred and ninety-two, The democratic party split in two, (•nones. And we'll all feel gay when Ilogs Goes squealiug home. Ole Massa Clark he killed a Hogg, Harrah! Hurrah! Ole Massa Clark he killed a Hogg, Hurrah! Hurrnh! Ole Massa Ciark he killed h llogg And the republican party is out of the tug CHORDS. And we'll all...

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