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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

K3S Mi M% sr;y :.fe^-- .-■■ .-.fidy.,. ^ f| D" PRICE'S IJaed in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Stand asi The Enquirer. 'PUBLISHED JBtt E3. EVERY THURSDAY B3. HTJXJXJ- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One your W,S? ai> month If. Three month Single copy 3 Counting Room on MAIN HTRKET, one hlock Mouth o? Square. A1I are invited to cult and see uk «tuny time. JCutcred at the Po«toflJce«t Weatherford, Texas a Second-Cía mail raattei. WEATHERFORD. SEPT. 22. OUR TICKET. KOB I'RKSIDBNT: "GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. FOR VICE-l'KKblDENT: A. E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. FOR GOVERNOR; GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. A Lily White Talk . Mr. J ax por N. Ifanoy, a prominent iilly white of this county, was asked his opinion a to the new turn politi- cal affairs had taken. He says the lilly whites regard Hogg's adminis- tration as dangerous and revolution- ary, and they would like to see hiiu defeated. The show for Houston's election is exceedingly slim. Whether he will withdraw and recommend lilly whites to vote for...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOUUIEUr PURB For «ale by PAN D. HARTNETT and other leadinsr arrocera. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERK01U>, MINERAL wkli.S AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To talco Effect Thursday, July tl, lh'.i'J.) FROM VKATHKRFOKI). No. 1.—Leave Weatherford U 00 a ra " Arrive Mineral Wells 12 IK p m Nu. 3.—Leave Weatherford 5 80 p in '• Arrive Mineral Wells 6 Hi p m No. "J.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 ;K) a m " Arrive Weatherford 8 62 a in No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wolls H 00 p m " Arrive Weatherlord i 22 p m Traína 1 and 2 will run daily. Trains 8 and 4 daily except Sunday. TAXA8 & PACIFIC. Boat bonnd. No. 4 4:48 p. m. West bound, No. 8 I0:M0 p. m. GULF, COLORADO & MANTA FE. Southbound 7:00p.m. North bound U a. m., 7:00 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Kort Worth ■& Rio Grande at Cresson. Judge A. T. Watt. «>r Dallas, in the city Friday. was Hnli Kindel visited the Wolls Sun- day—for his health....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

m kw¿ MS v> >s V [!' ■ KÜ The "Weatherford Candy Works! AND ICE CREAM PARLOR. FRESH CAD Y MADE EVERY DAY the tahirr ouktrion Fancy Candles, Latest and Most Popular Drinks, Fruit loe Cream snd Sherbet. WEST SIDE, - NORTH MAIN STREET. E. SAFFROI, Proprietor. gf-We also have a Wholesale Department. HENRY M. BRUCE, THE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF CLOCKS I Ever Brought to Weatherford. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars 1.Side Squirt, HENRY M. BRUCE. 1. R. COOTS, Pre". E. W KINDKL, Vloe-Preat. A X GRANT. Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL <5b STJKPL.TJS, $260.000. SPECIAL I1DDCE1EITS AID SPECIAL ACCOIODATIOIS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. WM. B. MILLER, -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL— DRUGGIST AND BOOK-SELLER SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, VEATHERFORD, TEXAS. Keep* bit establishment supplied st ail times with a carefully selected stock oí Purs Drugs and Medicines, WV unc*!*. Etc. Also He*d<iu*rter* for t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

Live Oak Dairy,s —PROPEKTY Ol— j. L. KANE and L. W. CHRISTAIN. Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for salo at oil times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug store. Also a few choice young Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD TEXAS. R. P. BAKER. 1 'rofe&sor of Music PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. p. o. Box t: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 wOTla. Ohaap homes for all. Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points- What Are You Going To DO THIS FALL FOR YOUR —BLANKETS and C0MF0RTS= We ran sell you White Blankets tiest value, at $1.00, ft ,2"i, $2.20, #3.00 and if3.75 per pair. In Red Blanket* w« have an extraordinary bargain at $2.40. hut don't know how long they will last. In blue ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 September 1892

iuetKi&mjee 25 CENTS! g ? ? i i t i a g f ? y ? ? r ? k 25 CENTS 25 CENTS, ANOTHER ONE OF MY- SPEGIftL ComÉí Monday I WILL SELL ChrlatlarvUndMvor Servio*. Tlic Clirirtian Endmvor «¡rvico held at 1h« Cuinl* rland Pr< sbyteriwi church Sun- day night. whs well attended by a lurge crowd and every one inunifested much in teresl as Mr. J. A. Harris showed lite j?ood Unit had been done since the first or- K'tnixatioii, eleven yearn ago. Mr. Harris said tlie endeavor wan non denominational ami that every Cliri^tiau, no mutter what ciiurch he Mong to could help in this noble work. This society baa not done the good here that it lias in other places, for the reason that there are a great many people that never heard oí it. They had an excellent pnijrram prepared for the oc- casion which pleased eve:y one. The beautiful poem recited by Miss Powers was very appropriate and verv much ap- preciated by all. A CARD To thf Public and Marchante of Weatherford and Surrounding Country. Having co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

■ 11 m THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 42. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29.1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution ORAWMD DRY GOODS COMPANY: FORT WORTH, TEXAS, CARRY FROM © © © i $150,000 to $176,000 ... STOCK OP Clothing. Boots, Shots, Hats, GFNT8' FURNISHING HOODS. CARPETS. MILLINERY AND ^KTRUNKS^K We sell exclusively FOR CASH, making no exceptions, and therefore can sell CHEAPER than any house in North Texas. Price Our Goods Before Buying t! ONLY ONE MORE ¡OPPORTU HIT V 5 THE LAST CALL LOOK OUT-! The season on Summer Goods is most over, and we are determined to turn what we have left Out, So Come and Give Us IA CALL. GET! i TWO DOLLARS FOR ONE WE INAUGURATE THE Crawford Dry Goods COMPANY. B. C. EVANS' OLD STAND. ROSH HOSANNA! The Solemn Feast of Tishrl, the Jewish New Year. •enerelly Observed by All the Jew In the World, Seiner the Time When ^ Komb Received the snored Law. \ With the letting ot last Wednesday's ■ah began the year 5652 of the Hebrew calendar. That d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

• I m m W >T if. I 1 l& fc'&V tm ■ ♦ r*1 'fffi.. WIND AND WATER ======Vou Must Have! WE ARB AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Enterprise Pumps and Vvind Mills. WE POINT WITH PRIDE To the reputation the ENTERPRISE "WIND MILLS have made in our own town and county. They WORK WHEN OTHERS FAIL. We are still selling THE HOLINE WAGONS AT A BARGAIN!! Latest Improved, Fully Warranted, Must be Sold, Good Terms, Low Prices. THE CASADY SULKY STILL LEADS. -JIEM0MPER THE FIRM AND PLACE— Avenne. H. H. RAINBOLT & CO., Wealücríord. 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. THE ++4.+++++*+++++-£7 RACKET STORE ++-H-+ +++++++++++ The new awning in front of the Racket store adds greatly to the looks of things on that side of the square. Mr. B. M. Porter, after several NEW GOODS Are coming in every day, but suoh has been the case since we commenced business in this city three years ago. Our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

Hall / Tlx Hogglei And The Turnar Platform It is amusing to observe the ex- treme care on the part of the champions of the car stable ticket in keeping at safe distance from the Turner hall platform. They rare and rear about the "bolters,'' they cry and cavort about the re- publican endorsement of Clark, and shed crocodile tears over what they allegó to be an attempt to break up the democratic party of Texas, but they say never a word about the platform adopted bv the Clark followers at Houston. It would vary the monotony of the stereotyped grunt of the Hoggies if even one of them would take up his little hatchet and tackle the platform of the Tuner hall conven- tion, but it won't be done. They dare not attempt it. The principles there enunciated are the basis of all good government and not one of the planks in that platform can be successfully attacked by any of the Hogg howlers from Coke even down to Faulk. They crack their bullwhips and talk about the "viva voce vote" and the "bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

I: • r Delicious. DUMPLINGS. POT PIES. PUDDINGS. CAKES. DOUGHNUTS. BISCUIT. MUFFINS. WAFFLES. CORN BREAD. GRIDDLE CAKES. Can always be made with Dr. Price s Cream Baking Powder. And while cakes and biscuit will retain their moist- ure, they will be found flaky and extremely light and fine grained, not coarse and full oí lióles as arc* the biscuit made from ammonia baking powder. Price's Creara Baking Pow- der produces work that is beyond comparison and yet costs no more than the adulterated ammonia or alum powders. Dr. Price's stands for pure food and good health. Brakaman W. O Buyless Torn To PImm By Th« WhMli Of A Train ■ At 4:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, as Local freight N'o 13 in charge of con- ductor Tom Kim* was pulling out of the 1 yard, VV. tí. Hay It** a brukumai) was riding I liolwecn two loaded coal cars. He was ! seen to sudileuly drop down between the cars to the track, and his body was run over by the wheels of the car. completely cutting him in two. He was drug l y th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

WeWmawawwMweww i V ... Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report / Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Vox «ale by DAN D. HARTNETT and other leading rooer« The Enquirer. 1«TK ARE authorised to annuuiicc s. C l)i>mi W us a candidate lor C'ouutv 'l'ieuMirer K lection November Nth, 1KH2" V \ Mr. 8. G. Maddox left Tuesday for Dal- las. 1 want corn aud oats see iue Violo re selling. R. L. .Sandefer. -10 if. W. J. McEllwney, a prosperous mer- chant of GHbtown, waw in the cily Mon- day. A nice line of Photograph Albums. All sizes, -cheap, at P. O. News Stand. 40-tf. W. A. Link city assessor aud collector left Wednesday inorniug for Temple, Texas for a weeks visit to relatives. A ear load of Austin White Roc k Lime iu transit. A No. 1 lime at reasonable prices at Wm. Cameron & Co.'s. 41-tf. Mr. Edgar Sweeney, of the firm of K. Sweeney & Co., of Galveston, cot- ton buyers, was in the city Friday. A Tremendus Cut in Hoots and Shoes. Profits cut in two at J. M. Mr Kinney's. Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

■H--' • í fj 'IT Iff ;tilWlWMlii WH'MIWIHI It mm $* \" (i I i fete AT IT IS TO YOU- READER. " I I that this is addressed. Have .. yv "T" you ever tried our choice Lump « ' ^ ' J Grate and Stove Coal? Youjti Th« King Cas* Again Mr. Frank IV l\tst<on. brother of tho victim of Col. II. ("lax Kinjj. has ritt^n to Mr. Cleveland criticism# OO AT. havent! Well, send for a ton this tive of afternoon or in the morning, " j the latler's celebrated letter to a rel- the condemntHl man. Mr and next day you will place an order with us for your winter's supply. Poaton says: EEK o——Is ibe best io the market. Try it.——o TEXASCOAL AND FCIEL COmPANY o— X. "M" "R A tti.H! ¥. AaiNT The Weatherford Candy Works! AND ICE CREAM PARLOR. FRESH CADV A/ADB BVBR1T DAY 1 regret your action because I hav j always Ihvd a democrat and have ever voted the straight democratic It bun up'ckaa, makin* very few .«bes. ktodl^ quickly nudses a beautiful I ticket as have my family since there cheerful bright blaw. make* a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

mmmrnrn Live Oak Dairy, -PROPERTY OF- KANEand L. W. CHRISTAIN. JUDQE MOORE'S SPEECH Tears Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for snle at all times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drugstore. Also « few choice \oung Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD TEXAS. r. p. baker. Professor of Muslo PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. P. O. Hax KM. Foit Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line passing through tlio groat PANHANDLE COUNTRY Of TES3C-A.S. The cre&tent wheat growing country in the world. C'haap home* for all. Also the only di rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points. Send tor copy of our Bummerlands. We take you uirect to the health resort - OF - COLORADO. For further informal iou, address, i). B KEEKER, G. P. A., Fort Worth, Texws. E. L. LOMAX, G. P. A.. U. P. It'y, Omaha, Nebraska. TWOS - &/ K'SIV. ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 29 September 1892

*^ií9$«s^- rr.v. • i aasiggüBi.'iiil.E^ 25 CENTS! ggggSS 25 CENTS 25 CENTS. ANOTHER ONE -OF MY- SPECIAL !> ÍI HETTIE BERNARD CHASE Tuesday Evening, - - October 4th, 1892. Coimcím Hay I WILL SELL The Following Goods. 7 Handled Tea Caps for 25c. 7 Saucers for 35c. 6 Plates for 25c. 7 Knives for 25c. 7 Forks for 25c. 6 (loblela for 25e. 1 30c. glass covered Dish for 25c. 1 50c. stand glass, covered Bowl for 25c. 1 Large glass Pitcher for 25c. 1 Large Ir a «trae Pitcher for 25c. 1 Loarse imported cat-glass Bowl 2 flam eat Bowia for 25c. 1 (Ham lamp. Chimaej and Barner Wash 1 Gatramxtd Backet for 25c. 1 sad Iron -VlarT lb. lor 25c. 5 Extra plated Tea Spoons for 25c. Vai not tara brassy. 1 Me. Pocket Knife for 25c. 1 Fiac decorated Bowl for 25c. 2 Flat Oiabea for 25c. C Jelly Tins for 25c. 1 Galvanised Dipper and Pan for 25c. 1 Large Diah Pan for 26c. 7 Tin pie Plates for 25c.. 3 Padding Pans for 25c. 4 Padding Pans for 25c. 2 Dairy Backets for 25c. 3 Fine decorated Plates for 25c. 2 B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

TWELVE PAGES. THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. [)L XIL-NO. 43. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution CRAWFORD DRY GOODS :CO IVIF3 AIMV: FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS, CABBY FROM © © © I «50,000 to «75,000 ... STOCK OP • •. Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, GENTS' FURNISHING «OOPS. CARPETS. MILLINERY AND [TRUNKS; WHAT ARE WE HERE FOR TO RKIOICH AT BEING ABLE TO GIVE THE PEOPLE More Goods and Better Goods For iLESS MONEY! Than They Have Ever Known Before! f We sell exclusively FOR CASH, making no exceptions, and therefore can sell CHEAPER than any house in North Texas. Price Our Goods Before Buying I! i Crawford Dry Goods COMPANY. Our Mr. W. A. Butts is now in the east picking up some Bargains and Owing to the CHOLERA SCARE AND THE LATENESS OF THE SEASON, Has Been Able to Get Some Bargains That Are Certainly WORTH LOOKIJSTQ AFTER, These Bargains Are Now Coming in, and Our Motto is: SELL AS WE BUY. B. C. EVANS' OLD STAND.-** BRIEF ITEMS. [Weatherford grows. [The rise ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

■Sfgp; iff/ it RK W- fe;. Kf li- fe:'' - i 1 1 a 1 POPE (.BO'S LETTER. Important TTTTT7T7TTTTT+T7 RACKET STORE ■f + -f + +i-f + -H-+ + -*- + + ^ NEW GOODS dustriously disseminated and cheap 1 literature designed for propaganda Are coming in every day, but|Würk in the new dispensation of such has been the case since. statesmanship has been pumped tnto we commenced business in this | every iU)Usehold. Men smarting un- clty three years ago. Our busi-, )f r ^ jaK^ of poVerty have i>een ne«8^s nui<-k to grasp the new gospel of de- why did we succeed? Beoausel'jveranceand'.niheir7eal ^ ^ ! come the victims <,t designing politi- WE ■ 'cian6. It is the province of the statesman to stand guard at the tbresnold of legislative halls and pro- tect the people against tne vicious theories of political moonshiners and ; combat au.v effort to undermine our republican institutions How many suit of Men's Hndearwear! "ur Texas politicians have stood the test'/ The present campaign in Politioe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

"'■-ífj sss •a ( 4 Word to Ludios. Ladic.s who desire a beautiful clear skin, free from pimples, boils, blotches uud other eruption-., shoulil oonunentc at unce | to uw Dr. Omul's Imuroved Liver Pills. , The* will also remove that heavy look j about your eyes and make them bright, and will cure headache from whatever j cause it arises. Remember, you are only required to take one small pill at bed time | which is coated with pure sugar and will not gripe or produce uuplesaut sensation, i Hold at 23 cents by Wads wot tli. Bains & I Co , Druggists. Caraway—1 wonder who the man whs j who did the right thing, in the right place and at the right time, and no one else i could have done it? Hooks—Corbett, 1 guess —Town Topics ' THE LITTLE LIFE. O lost How iliill and t¡r > Tin.- breath ttutl bloom ol siniuuer day. Id robin's ínut¡ there link- a uioaii. The breeze take*on -.ibi.ing tune Siuce baby died. U vauUht-d joy! Tbu hours i brice Messed When ctuhely lo my botuui iJie *ed The flu...

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

1 ÍÜ? b í-:'; M > É: *1 Vi! ssfe .<•'' fe; í'f i ' Hpf D"PRICE'S Used ia M^^niwa of Homes—>40 Tears the Standard The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JB-r IE. IE3. HTTXjXi' WEATHERFORD. OC 6, 29. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- «1.00 lonlhit 75 months — SO eopy s Counting Kooiux on MAIN STREET, one block Houtb of Square. AH are invited to cull and rae un at any time. entered at the Pofctofflceat Weatherford, Texan an Second-Clans mail mattei. OUR TICKET. PARKER'S CROPS ANO FARMERS. No people In the Union have more cause for gratefulness to Providence than have the farmers of Parker this year. There has not only not been a railure of any crop planted but there has been a bountiful harvest of every one. Vegetables in the greatest va- riety grown in this latitude canie in early and have been abundant all the season, and of the finest quality. In fact travelers have been loud in their praise of the delicious vegetables and fruits served them all the season from Parker's own gardens and o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

* ♦ « * A ®Q <w ® ■ ; TWELVE PACES. t" THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL X11.-N0. 43. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution W eatherford is Paying the Highest Price for Cotton OF ANY INLAND TOWN IN TEXAS. Bring your cotton to Weatherford, where you will always get the top of the market, and then buy your Dry Goods, Boots, ta. Hits and Clothing at the RED FRONT. / Look at our prices, and come and see the goods. It will pay you! Nice line of Ginghams, per yard 5 cents. Ail wool filling Jeans Pants, per pr 61 cents. Children's Heavy Shoes, per pair, 15 cents. Children's Fine Shoes, per pair, 26 cents. Men's Kip Boots, per pair, 92 cents. Boys' Boots, per pair, 52 cents. Ladies' Button Shoes, per pair, 40 cents. 25 yards Calico, best quality, one dollar. 25 yards Bleached Domestic, yard wide, no • dressing, one dollar. 30 yards good Cotton Checks, 24 inches wide for one dollar. 20 yards better Cotton Checks, 27 inches wide for one dollar. We LEAST HO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

#Jpf Iff if fe 8A& } Hi i [ ; Í; ' EK ?r s; «S '6 ¡ ' m i" \ lIFifl r- m.« I f £ I m. ' M I i £i g* !p % 'iv. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. Holds its Annual Meeting Elects Officers. unci | THE FINE SHOWING THEY MADE1 W«ath*rford Has Juat Cauw fOrj Faalins Proud of Her Oallant Fir«man. i The annual meeting of the Weather* ford fire department was held in the city council room on Thursday night, the 29th, with a goodly attendance of the members of the different companies present. From chief Eddleman's annual report to the department, we make the following extracts: Within the last two years there has been about twenty-four fires, some of which have been very dangerous and hard to hand- le, but I am proud to say that by the united and prompt efforts of this de- partment, not one of those fires has ever reached beyond the building in which it originated. HARDWORKING WOMAN. All d > «lie hurried to get through, Tlie tuime a loU of luiuiiu tin; Hoiuetilmtt at uiiclit hrr lni"han uUt, "Ma. ai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

a v{. V ;. \ w "■ - V ÉT-- The Big Show Will BE HERE. THE ONLY BIG ONE TO Visit Texas Undivided Returning from it.- Grand Australian Triumph, will exhibit in all it* Millionaire Perfection at WeaMri, n Tinsdiy- Noventa 1st. SELLS BROS'. «¡BIG + SHOW + OF + THE + WORLDN Only Stupendous Liviug Australian Exhibit, Regal Human Hippo- drome, Monster Menagerie, Only Giant Hippopotami, Trio of Most Tremendous Tigers, Only School of Trained Monster Sea Lions and Seals, Biggest Circuses on Earth, Only Tribe of Wild Bedouin War- rior Athletes, Only Darkest Africa Aquarium, Antipodean Aviary- The Olympian Stage of Old, Only Royal Japanese Troupe, Mid-Air Gymnasium, Children's Fairyland Frolics, Grotesque Carnival. Ara- bian Night's Romances, Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca, Superbest Free Holiday Displays. r a-:' Boston Beauty Mackerel at D. C. Noble & Co. 43-tt. —— — • •ludiré Patterson is here and con- vened court Monday. I . Noble «íc Co. bundle the genuine Dodson & Hill pepper sauc...

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