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

xgptPljtm m I PRICES OF THE NEW CASH Ginghams, including Amof-keog, Canton and Arlington, 7 cení per yard. Calicoes, including Merrimack, Aliens, Windsor, 5 cents per yard. Worsted Dress Goods at IO cents per yard. Ladies' and Gent's Hose at 5 cents per pair. Buckskin Jeans at 162-3 cents per yard. Cotton Plaids at 5 cents per yard. Domestic at 4 1-2 cents per yard. Overshirts at 25 cents a piece. Table Oil Cloth 18 ceuts per yard. Men's Jeans Pants, $1.00 per pair. Men's Working Pants, $1.00 per pair. Ducking Overalls, 75cents. Men's Wool Shirts at $4.00per pair. UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL IS MY MOTTO! Being a buyer in New York City for the last ñve years, I am certainly on to the ways of purchasing goods and give my customers BARGAINS in all lines wnich they cannot obtain elsewnere. Will dety the town on SHOES and HATS. Come and give me a chance to con- vince you of the truth of what I say. Understand 1 do not offer some goods as leaders at reduded prices, and then charge you one hundred...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report 1 I i|| Mr, A. J. Lhup wont down U> the Fort1 I Friday. 5 ( Four ami ti v«* foot wire picket fence at | 41—If. Wm, I'amkkon & Co.' . .John \V. Uoss visit**! (lie Fort Satur-. i lav. ADSOU/TEiy PURE For «al by PAN D. HA.RTNBTT and other Uadinir «rocera The Enquirer. local railway time table. WEATHERFORU, MINERAL WKLL8 AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. 'To take Effect Thursday, July I t, l.VJ'J.) FROM WKATHKBKORK. No. 1.—Leave Weatherford U (JO am Arrive Mineral Wells i_- 22 p m No. a.—Leave Weatherford 5 80 p m Arrive Mineral Wells 6 52 p m No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wei! 7 SO a ui •' Arrive Weatherford .8 52 a m No. 4.—Leave Mineral Well* 3 00 p m " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p m Train I and2 will run daily. Trains!! and4 daily excupt Sunday. TAXA8 & PACIFIC. EMt bonnd, No. 4. 4:48 p.m. West bonnd, No. 3 10:: p. m. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. south bonnd 7:00 p. m. North bound. 11 a. m., 7:00 p. ra. The Banta Fe makes clow...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

íjpr w w* sm¿¿ H ief MURIA PARASITES. What Reoent Investigations VMl. Re Sel«ne« Triumph Over Poison of Bos end Pool. Acuta nd Chronic MtUr Cur d. A leriet of investigations has been carried on during the past few weeks at the Surgical Hotel, Columbus Ohio, under the direction of Dr. S. B Hartman, which has furnished some very interesting renult* not commonly known to the public. For the benefit of the nonprofes- sional readers we stop to explain that malaria (commonly called chills and fever, fever ague) is caused by a min- ute organism which germinates stagnant water. These organisms live in the water and can do no harm until the water dries up, leaving the organ- ism to perish, when its spores or eggs, with which its body is filled, are car- ried into the air by the wind or washed into wells or streams by showers. These minute spores find their way into the system through the air we breathe, the water we drink or the food we eat, and their presence in the bipod sets up the diseas...

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

..M- 'UA Live Oak Dairy J -PROPERTY OI'— j, L. KANE and L. W. CHRISTAIN. Pure Holstoin Milk and Butter for sale at all time . JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Ltave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Jiecr's drug store. Also a few choice .voung Holstein Bulls {or sale, sired by the celebrated bull, A may's Maxon. WEATHERFO RD TEXAS. R. P. BAKER. Professor of Music PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. /*. o. /inA I.'ifi. Fort Woilb 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 for all. Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points • Send for copy of our Summerlands. We take you direct to the health resorts OIF1 - COLORADO. For further informa lion, address, D. B. KEELER, G. P. A., Fort Worth. Texas. E. I.. LOMAX, G. P. A., lr. P. R'y, Omaha. Nebraska. Thos b. king. j. w. .iarrott. KING &...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 6 October 1892

mb ■ra f -Vl ' §v i I !"■ si , ¡! ooc = = g0=> = = =3JQCgg COTTON IS L.OW. BUT GERNSBACHER WILL HELP YOU OUT. * An Appeal To thi Poatmwterii of Parker oonuiy As chairman of the Parker county republican executive committee, I I herewith most respectfully bejr leave : to call your attention to my "Circu- j lar Letter" of September 19th ult., j and reiterate my (modest) request for ; an answer to said letter in the same | spirit that I addressed you. 1 also beg leave to reiterate that this is of the ulmost importance to you (all, in- dividually and collectively). Hoping to hear from you without further de- lay, 1 beg leave to remain Very respectfully, FIohack Uakku, Ch'n Parker Co. Rep. Ex. Com. See What $x.oo Will Do ! One extra large Dish Pan, three Goblets, one extra heavy Glass Sugar Bowl, one extra heavy Glass Butter Bowl end Cover, one extra heavy Glass Bpoon Holder, one extra heavy Glass Cream Pitcher, one large coffee pot, all One Dollar. One Dish Pan, one large Glass Pitch-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

" v- TWELVE paces. THE WEATHEEFORD ENQUIRER. Ü VOL. XII-NO. 44. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13.1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution ; ' takinu a hkac'kk. A few short months auo ! ha<I A sweet ami modest daughter. Hut now Oil! very latest fuil, Has come ulung and i iiuyht her. Alas! (now jeer all ye who may, King Fortuno cun't l)c trusted) 'Twax yesterday 1 heard her say: "Derail! My 'spender's busted!" A matter of Classification. The Hntfn orators seem to have as much trouble in classifying their op- ponents as the railway commission have in classifying freights. Mr. W. N. Finley. their chief ht'iglt*- mau. was the tlrst man to make an effort io this direction, lie called the Clark men "skunks." Next in order came the lion. Rich- ard Coke, who said tliey were ••trait- or; and did not deserve to live.'' Following hi n cairn- the lion. A. <¡. Mcllvaine of Tyler, the partner of Horace Chilton, who being so near the throne, ought to know what he is talking about, and he s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

++ + ■+•+ 4- -f + + + T EXTERMINATOR OF HIGH PRICES! NEW BARGAINS For This Week Large Hize Mexican unióle soap 80 cents per box. A good shaving brush for 3 cents. ▲ large China doll for 5 cents. Five papers good needles for 5 cents. A com popper for 9 cents. A box of shoe blacking for 2 cents. A good dozen? napkins for 35 cents. A duruble overshirt for 25 cents. A good undershirt for 20 cents. (-'enter table cover, plush, for 30 cents. .Ladies' vest for 15 cents. Misses' gloves, 10 cents per pair. Ladies' fall embroidered scarfs, 85 cents. A bottle of hair oil for 5 cents. . Bay Rum hair oil for 10 cents. A box of swan down for 3 cents. Ten Inch turkey feather duster, 25 cents. A good whisk broom for 8 cents. Fifty-six inch water proof at 00 cents per yard. Hook and eye tupe 7 cents per yard. A good tucking comb at 4 cents. Six inch rubber hair pins for 3 cents. One-half pint cups for 2 cents. Rick rack 'braid for 4 cents per yard. Men's black sateen shirts for 50 cents. Five hundre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

\ r A Word to Ladles. . Ladies who desire a beautiful clear skin, free from pimples, tioils, blotches ami other eruptions, should commence at once to use Dr. Guun's Improved Liver Pills. Thev will also remove tlxat heavy look about your ejes anil make them bright, and will cure headache from whatever cause it avises. 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 uuplesant sensation. Bold at 35 cents by Wadswoith, Bains it Co., Druggists. Go to J. B. Price & Co. for your tire, life or accidental insurance. They represent the Travelers Accidental Insurance Co., the New York Life and nothing but tirst class Fire com- panies, and they will make it to your interest by giving them a call, espe- cially un Cotton Gin Risks. 41-tf. That restless, nervous, dull anil heavy feeling which prevents sleep and causes us to feel like something terrible is going to happen is all corrected by "llapaticure" which cur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

IHffiÉ^íáai f-'V; . Plí mgp i -.x, 'k*r; r- Ir/- R£ mMé'm i <«• i fir '•"' ' Testing the Bakinrfí'owders. Comparative Worth Illustrated, av PROF. PBTBB COLIXBR, ura chemist in ciikv or tu DBPAKTMBNT Of AOUCVLTITU, WA8H1NOTUN, D. C. OB. PRICK'S Pot* Cream Tartar. iota! *..| Contains Ammoolft. I jitaun Atan and. tytofB I Spoon* if.. I Ahim and Ammoak. I MONARCH * it.. I • Alna and Ammonia. | •mow bax.l....*#..i Atom and Ammonia. I CALUHET * Contains Alum. I HOTEL it.. Contain* Alum. I iabiaws if *..| Alum and Ammonia. I MILK * +..I Alnm and Ammonia. I SHEPABD'S ... Atom and Ammonia. I TOMTOto Aáfei VOBB8T CITT I Alum and Ammonia. I chicago tb art mi Alum and Ammonia. I cbowm. **..! Alum and Ammonia. I Bim STAB .**..) Alnm and Ammonia. | DODWN * HILS**| Alum and Ammonia. | Above diagram was drawn and verified in all its details, bj Prof. Peter Collier, who is prc-emineut as a Chemist, and Scientist. The illustration is made in accordance with his chemical tests or each brand enumera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

TWELVE PAGES. THE WEATHERFOKD ENQUIRER. VOL. XIL-NO. 44 WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13.1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution Weatherford 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 Dr; (Ms, Ms, Shoes, Hats and Ming at the R.E33D FRONT. Look at our prices, and come and see the goods. It will pay you! i ■ Nice line of Oinghams, per yard 5 cents. All 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, 49 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 Sell the Best Dry Goods South of St. Lou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

'71 UIOETTE 1* ?. '•Yon ut it dead man!" said the doc* tor, looking intently t Anatole. Anatoli* staggerod. He had couio guyly to pass the even- ing with his old i'rieud, Dv. Bardais, the illustrious «iivaul, whose works 01 venomotu, sul stances are known al over the world, whose nobility of heart, and almost paternal goodness Anatole had learned to know fitter than any other living m.uI; and now, witliont the least hesitation or preparation, he hoard t«s terrible prognostication issue from thou authoritative lips! "TTnhappy child, what have you done?" continual the doctor. "Nothing that I know of," stammered Anatole, greatly agitated. "Tax your memory; tell me what, you have eaten or drunk—'what you have in- la«t word was a ray of light to le. That very morning he had re- ceived a letter from one of his friend* who was traveling in India. In the let- ter w¡is a flower plucked on a bank of the Ganges by the traveler—a strangely formed red flower, the perfume of which --he now recall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

he Big Show Will BE HERE. THE ONLY BIG ONE TO Visit Texas Undivided (¡oturuiug from it* Grand Austra Ian Triumph, will exhibit in ail its Millionaire Perfuction at Weatherford, on Tuesday November 1st. SELLS BROS9. 4BIG + SHOW + OF + THE + U/ORLDl* >uly Stupendous Living Australian Exhibit, Regal Roman Hippo- irome, Monster Mfuagerie. Only Giant Hippopotami, Trio of Mogt Tremendous Tigers, Only School ol'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 Uyinnasium, Children's Fairyland Frolics, Grotesque Carnival. Ara- ñan Night's Romances, Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca, Superbest ree Holiday Displays. More Profit and Pleasure for the Money, and the One Cheap Price of Admission, than any other has Ever Even Dreamed of Daring to Offer, and ot Whieu The Great. Australian Dailies Thus Strongly Testily: ' The cr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

' r£á il«ma ; I ■:í ü t* I * - - - PRICES OF THE NEW CASH (viiighaiiis, including Amockeog, Canton and Arlington, 7 cents per yard. Calicoes, including Merrimack, Aliens, Windsor, 5 cents per yard Worsted Dress Goods at 10 cents per yard. Ladies' and Gent's Hose at 5 cents per pair. Buckskin Jeans at 10 2.3 cents per yard* Cotton Plaids at 5 cents per yard- Domestic at 4 1-2 cents per yard. Overshirts at 35 cents a piece. Table Oil Cloth 18 ceuts per yard. Men's Jeans Pants, $1.00 per pair. Men's Working Pants, $1.00 per pair. Ducking Overalls, 75cents. Men's Wool Shirts at $4.00 per pair. UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL IS MY MOTTO! Being a buyer in New York City for the last ñve years, I am certainly on to the ways of purchasing gaods and give my customers BARGAINS in all lines wnich they cannot obtain elsewnere. Will dety the town on SHOES and HATS. Come and give me a chance to con- vince you of the truth of what I say. Understand 1 do not offer some goods as leaders at reduced prices, and t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

: of all in Leavening Power.—.Latest U. S. Gov't Report >>l Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE For «ale by DAN D. HARTMETT and other laadinir 8-rooera [e Enquirer. a Railway time table. tcrfokd, mineral wkij.s anl |K)RTHWK8TERN TIME-TABLE, ke Kffo«tTj\ursfltty, July II, lWl'.'.) FROM WEATHERFORD. uoAvfi Weatherford II 00 n m Cirivo Mineral Wells 1J 2L' p ra Jieave Woatherioicl ;• ai p in Irrlve Mineral Wells csjpni teavo Mineral Wells 7 HO a ra prrlve Weatherford K 52 a in save Mineral Wells 3 oo p m ■lve Weatheriord 1 p m 111 and 2 will run dailv. Trains 3 anrl 4 tcept Sunday. TAXAS & PACIFIC. mnd. No. 4 t.-«p. m. puna. No. 3 10:30 p. m. 3ÜLF, COLORADO A SANTA FE. ound 7:00 p. in. ound U a. m.,7:00 p. m. _nta Fe makes close uounection with the Forth & Rio Grande at Cresson. HJNTY DEMCRATIC TICKET. looD.lJr., County Judge, i Martin, County Attorney. |R. Morgan, District Clerk. McFajx, County Clerk. [ Clkvklnm), Stierift'. 1 Tarking, County Treasurer. one, Tax Collector. vyl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

♦ w. •fc-v v.,««¡a "SMW - |><E 'Wn 11 «iMhiiMMWaWBi RAILROAD COMMISSION. 0 CONTINI'KI) KHOM 3U l*A<iK. v' U-. / : BfeTi?' mm old age. 1 should be glad to leave some really useful aud substantial work here as a legacy to my state and people. It. Too>i us. Washington, Ga., Sept. 9, 187 . Relation* of Railroads to th* State. lettkh so. 3. Washington. Ga., Sept. 15. Editor* Constitution : AfU-r my last letter to you was written, 1 received your paper con- taining a request that 1 should give you my views upon the subject of the relations of the railroads to the state. The inquiry is eminently wise dnd important, and its correct solution is the foundation rock of all sound leg- islation on the measures for the reg- ulation and taxation of railroads now, or to be hereafter before the Legislature. 1 therefore comply with "Vour request with pleasure. All cor- porations are artificial "legal persons with special names, composed of such members and endowed with such power (and pri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

nMWiiMT-^aajiMMirif * iiiÍü iiiii 11 in- 1 — S3 <2© ,ive Oak Dairy, -PROPERTY OF- I, L. KANE and L. W, CHRISTAIN. Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for sale at all times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. f "Neer's drug store. Also a few choice young Holstein Bulls <tfor sale, sired by the celebrated bull, I .Arnay's Maxon. | I WEATHERFORD TEXAS. I T^rTp. baker. ■ Professor of Music * PIANO FORTE, I Voice, Violin and Theory. r y. o. Hnx tno. fort Worth" and Denver City . RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. Tho only line passing through the great JANHANDLE COUNTRY Of TEXAS. 'Die greatest wheat growing country in the Aorta. I'haap homes for all. Also the only cH- rect route to jVashington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points- L fciF id for copy of our Summerlauds. We take you direct to the health resorts COLORADO. For further information, address, D. B. KEELER, G. P. A.. Fort Worth, Texas. 1L. LOMAX.G. P. A„ U. P. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 13 October 1892

's ¡J m* aé¿ ¿ii.-.eg = 3 = -.gr COTTON IS LOW BUT GERNSBAGHER WILL HELP YOU OUT. RKFOBT OF THB OOTOITIOH Of the Cltlavn National Bank, at Weath- erford la the Statu of Texaa, at the Clooa of BuiImu Ueptem jar 30th, 1892. KKHOUBCES: l.oaim and discount :ffl«, J06 37 Overdraft*,secured and unsecured, 10,408 75 : IJ. 8. Bonds to Hecure circulation, 50.000 00 Stocks, securities, judgments, i claims, etc 32,835 «3 Due from approved reserve agents 13,823 35 l)ue from other National Banks.. '.*,013 05 l>ue from State Banks & bankers. 4,284 !M Banking house, furniture and fix- tures '¿,"'48 43 ' Other real estate and mortgages ' owned... 7.807 "40 ¡ Current expenses and taxes paid.. 5,318 45 ' Premiums on IJ. S. bunds 5,578 13 i Checks and other cash items 1,605 14 Bills of other banks 1,495 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 45 07 Specie 11,491 00 Letta I-tender notes 11,770 00 Uedeiuption fund with U S.Treas- urer (5 percent of circulation).. ¿,350 00 Total 506Í7TO75 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

i|'j-i^itlWiifiilfíftTatfltNfífii i iiigr TWELVE PAGES. THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. rOL. XII.-NO. 45. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20,1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution PARKER'S DIAMONDS. rh« Town of Rook Croak and its Hid- den Wealth Chill October's wintry blast Makes the coal go quick and fast. Through the courtesy of Superin- tendent A. F. McKay of the Weath- [erford, Mineral Wells North- 'western railroad an Enquikkk rep- resentative went on an inspection tour last Thursday to llock Creek. On arriving he was shown every courtesy by Mr. L M. Fouts, presi- dent and Mr. Claud Campbell book- keeper of the Texas Coal Si Fuel Com- pany. He fohnd thirty-three new buildings consisting of one general merchandise store, saloon, hotel, otticesand cottages. The most of the trade comes from tin- miners while the town furnishes a splendid market for the neighboring farmers' <*ggs, vegetables and butter. The company own twenty-two hun- dred acres uf land which is heavily wooded with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

w* i ím' t*" ■I -M-+4-4- RACKET STORE EXTERMINATOR OP HIGH PRICES! NEW BARGAINS For This Weak Large size Mexican emole soap 30 cents per box. A good shaving brush for 5 cents. ▲ large China doll for 5 cents. Five papers good needles for 5 cents. A corn popper for 9 cents. A box of shoe blacking for 2 cents. A good dozen¡ napkins for 25 cents A durable overshirt for 25 cents. A goOd undershirt for 20 cents. Center table cover, plush, for 80 cento. Ladies' vest for 15 cento. Misses' gloves, 10 cents per pair. Ladies' fall embroidered scarfs, 85 cents. A bottle of hair oil for 5 cents. Bay Rum hair oil for 10 cents. A box of swan down for 3 cento. Ten inch turkey feather duster, 25 cents. A good whisk broom for 8 cento. Fifty-six inch water proof at 60 cents per yard. * Hook and eye tape 7 cents per yard. A good tucking comb at 4 cento. Six inch rubber hair pins for 3 cents. One-half pint cups for 2 cento. Rick rack braid for 4 cents per yard. Men's black sateen shirts for 50 cento. Fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

1 A 4 Word to Ladles. Ladles who desire a beautiful clear skin, free from pimples, boils, blotches and other eruptions, should commence at once to use Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills. Thev will also remove that heavy look about your eyes and make them bright, and will cure headache from whatever 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 unplesant sensation. Sold at 25 cents by Wads worth, Bains & Co., Druggists. Go to J. R. Price & Co. for your fire, life or accidental insurance. They represent the Travelers Accidental Insurance Co., the New York Life and nothing but first class Fire com- panies, and they will make it to your interest by giving them a call, espe- cially on Cotton Gin Risks. 41-tf. That restless, nervous, dull and heavy feeling which prevents sleep and causes us to feel like something terrible is going to happen is all corrected by "Hapaticure" which cures ...

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