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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

1 The Enquirer. ss cwaaass^ saeasassiBissoG WEATHERFORD NOV. 26, 1891. pw Bi- ll it. bve ng ing lion hock j. It the lerest lcr- our ¡te. and up md up id up ConU. trford. ieT" [all! JR' s, Silver . Stock in pleeale and leof LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHEKKOUn, MISERA I. WELLS AND NOKTUWE-TKIVJJ TIME-TABLE. (To lake Effect Sunday, Octolier IS, 1KML) KUoM WKATHKUHOKIi. Mo 8.— Le ve Weatherford 6 IS p ui " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 ¡17 i> in No. 1.—l^eavn Weatherford 11 00 a in " Arrive Mineral WeliS I'.' !ti p 10 to wkathkkkori . No. 2.—l.cnve Mineral Well* T 'JO a m " Arrive Wealiieríord s 12 a m No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells K <*) p m " Arrive WeatUerford 4 — pin Trains Nos. I and i, daily irains; :¡ and 4 daily except Sunday. Clone connection at Weittlierford with the T. £ I*. and ti.,C. .* SmiiIk Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with Gruhuiii Mane line. A. K. McKay, Snpt. TA XAS .t l'ACn-'IC. East bound, No. 4 I: is p.m. Wo#t bound, No. A I0:1K) p. m. accommodation. No 10 y:0,"&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

. uMÉMhfi arlBftf-'- • ■ ÉlÉ , '■ iu 4 " i, r A M.ORAJL PHANTACY, I m the oUryitathemum. I know I'm jailer. And jonwtliua yalleror: But I am In It Jutt the wmc 1 am aware I'm built Somewhat After the pattern of a mop; But yet 1 am an etUorreent epitome O! the «ruat Ame lean npirit Of Kit thar. For I «truck till country A atranger, Without a suent And no eaplial Exempt my Itloouilii >hapo But I utood KtraiKllt up And held my huiul IiIkIi, And do yet. Aud to-day iriyae 1Í And my deueiidaiiw Are In the floral li*i, And the more KrllU we develop The more we're admired. BUT ONE THING AT A TIME. Mills Reiterates the Point of His MansfioJd Speech. an iuue they would be hopelessly lost cates "have behind them practically a to the democracy. Then would come gold dollar's worth of silver bullion" in ihe force bill Having lost at the same the treasury vaults. time frte coinage and a low tariff, all j Tlie secretary admití that the in- j j ire would gain would be military usurpa- creased coi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

J. R. COOTS, PreM. R. W. kisdkl, Vice-Treat. A. X. «RANT, Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. 0 CAPITAL.& SURPLUS, SSOO.OOO. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. THE FARMERS' EXCHANGE SALOON, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pure Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMkY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES A SPECIALTY. o All Goons Wasrantbd -a.s Eíipresentiit). -—o N. Main St.. tne Old Quart House. WONDERFUL TEXAS. Just a Few Reasons Why It Is the Greatest and GRANDEST STATE IN THE WORLD. HOTEL PICKWICK, GEO. C. HUDGINS, Proprietor, FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS. First in Every Respect. Good Sample Rooms. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, DR. W. C. MULLINS, Office over Merchants mid Farmers Nat'l Hank. OCULIST « AUHIST Also Treats Catarrhal Diseases of- Nose and Throat. Spectacles Scientifically adjusted. Largest stock of Artificial o Kyes in Texas. Consultation free. o W. XX. PORTER -STILL SELL- Honest - Groceries AT HONEST...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

S$g Pi «|á 3B&&* $$3 C'rV': UU:>: ,>..;• BIBS* \ ill - ' I jamj*'.' •jv,., : •• # ÍÍ.ÍJ V'.... ÉPífi! - : > ■ , ■, • CKWI00C4 metan "|.m •' All, You Little Tutsy, Putsy, YOU ARE JUST TOOSWEETI * Tktfb husbaod in bringing bock put recol- lection of LOVE IN A COTTAGE [ why ? He Iuib Juki enjoyed a sump- taoiM dinner prepared by bis wife, who feels doubly paid for bcr trouble in know- lagher '"own dear" i* pluaitod. She could ■ever have produced such n result had she not bought iter groceries from J. H. STONE & CO ■m Acknowledged LEADERS in FANC1 OROGEIUES. Buy your groceries from them, aud you will have no family jars. GASTON BROTHERS. A DOMESTIC DIALOGUE. "Oh John, why did you ever buy me such a piece of goods as that cheap ■tuff, and you kuow that 1 always buy the best?" " 'Cheap HtulT!' Nothing cheap a- toout that I paid 75c. per yard for it." "Then you didn't get it at the New York Store. I priced it there, and they have excelled quality in 60-inch White Table...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

r" 3 • O CS 3CJ o • ** n. a m bm THE WEATHER FORI) ENQUIRER. VOL X1J.--N0. 1. WEATHERFORI). TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1891. Successor to Sun-Co nstitulioo FINEST WHEAT AKU ¡FORT WORTH PICKERY. IN THE WORLD. PARKER COUNTY IS IN IT. THE PRIDE OF ALL TEXANS. 'The Texas Farmers Now Have a Chance to Make Money. RAISE MORE HOGS BARNUM BUSINESS Takes An Enquirer Uan Through the Great Fort Worth Packing Houso. Texas goes ahead of any southern state in the average of wheat, oats, rye and barley per acre Black J ack Star. Mr. Henry Campbell of the Mata- j since last Friday morning fourteen dor Ranche, says the wheat belt of ■ farmers, at different times, called on Texas ¡9 200 miles in length by about j The Enquirer to complain that tbeie 150 iniles in width, and that it is the was no sa'e f°r hogs in VVeatherford. finest wheat growing region in the world. Mr. Campbell has been fa- miliar with this entire belt for twenty two years and has the intelligence and the sterling integrity to spea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

' THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M. W. Baxter, Muy or. 4. J. Hood, City Attorney. ft. L. Orshain, J. A. Oehelvrov, AMinm-ii Fimt W rd. Jehw> Hickman, W. C. McKbII AMenuuii Jinl Wud. A. J. Bull, HI Wtidley, Aldermen 3r<l Wunl N. B. Weill, J. T. Cutten, Aldermen 4 li Wind. Á. B. Lewis,Secretary mid Treasurer. D. V. Brat ton, Marsiial. W. A. I/Irk, AtwenKor and Colluotni. JHÜKCHEH: If. K. CurttrH (toUTH,—Cor H Mtiin A Colum- bia vt«., bervii-e* every Sunday at. 11 a. m itud 7 p.m. Sunday Huhooi at :M>a. ni. Prayer lmxt every Wediiewlav ulxtit at 7:KU. Claif meet- taKK 2nd and IUi Saljtialli* at 8 p. in. MUMonary Society every third Sunday at p. in. Ctmriili Conference on firm Huuday In each mouth. Kkv. Jak Mackcy, i'aisior. PkMBVVKKI an.- Oak St., .Sunday .School every Sunday morning at 9:30. I'rvHctiiuK at 11 h. iu., and7 p.m. Prayer mer tlnx every Wwlmvlay night at 7. Kev. J. A. Wooiji, l'axtor. COMBKKI.AKlJ I'kckhytkkian. — W. Chinch <41. Sunday School at y:4ba. in. Freachinit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

■ i "V i í THE * FORT « WORTH PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CARERS OF ALL KINDS OP Hog and Btei Products, and Ganners of Meats AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hoes and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. C. D. HARTNETT & CO., Wholesale Grocers, NORTH MAIN STREET. Largest Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. McFALL HOUSE, Near All the Depots, WEATHERFORD, : : TEXAS. Rates Per Day, $i.co. Board and Lodging, $3.50 Board Per W. eek, $2.50. to $4. Meals, 25c. The table supplied with I he lie t t he market adonis, (lood rooms, well ventilated. Hacks leave ibis house daily f' r Veal Station, Spri ¡?to\vu. Jaeksboro, Peaster and l'oolville. Speeifi! attention to gin sts wanting to leave on haeks or trains. W C. PA7 TBl^SON, JPropviGI or. Weatherford Steam Sausage Factory AND MEAT MARKET. MUHBACH c& CO., Proprietors, Have always on band all kinds of FRESH MEATS, ® Sausag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

9SP ■ m pit 5s a >>•'; & ' • * ■ V if ¡Sli 5*5 ' ■:' 1 - f P •"' i 31" Kp | * - r ' p#, En JIR.ER against anyone charged with crime or PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY i1y- IE. B3. ÜTJXÍXj & CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One year *!•«# Six montle. Three month " dingle copy " rountinx H'kiiQ> on MAIN' STKKKT, nnw lilui'k Sooth of B<niarc All arc Invited to eall and *ee ti at any time. JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E. E. HULL, Business Manager. Entered at the Po toffieeat Weatherford, Texan, tu HeeondCla mail iniilter. WEATIIEHFOJU). DEC. ¡. The Wichitá Tiroes says: It it is getting to be dangerous for a democrat to express an idea in Texas without first having it moulded by the Finley-Tyler gang. Mrs. Huffman may or may not ( edit the Fort Worth Gazette, but Lordie, how she can write witherirg : sarcasm! Brother Do rem us ought not have said so much to her Catch It—Next >iin<ia)"s Dallas News will give the resu t ot the speak- ership caucus. Texas editors' opinions of the libel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

The Enquirer. WSATJJEItFO.IlI) I>KC. 3, 181*1. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Arrive Mineral Wt'l No. 1.—I.euve Wetithorioril . " Arrive Mineral WullS 7 'jii h 111 s 12 a in . .11 (XI )> 111 .4 p m ; nuil 4 WEATHKKKORI . MISERA I. WKIJ.S AND NORTHWESTERN TIMK-TABI.K. (To take Effect Sunday, October is, lMil.) from wkathkkkoud No 8.—Leave Wcntherfnnl i: ir. m 7 u7 p in II (XI a 111 .. I'J 'J- p in t" wkathkbk(llu). No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells " Arrive WeutUen'onl No. 4.—Leave Mineral Well " Arrive Wuatkerfonl Train Nos. 1 ami J, daily train: daily except Sunday. Clone connection at Wcntherfoid with the T. & P. and (i., ('. & Suntu IV train , ami ill Min- eral Well. with < indium Mtme line. A. F. McKay, Supt. ta xas iv pacific. . ... 4:4H p. in. l ::;o p. in. accommodation. No 10 9:ft"i a. in. • GULF, colorado 4 SANTA KK. Soutli bound p. in. Nortli bound lia. m., tí:lñ i>. in. The Santa Ke makes close connection with t lie Fort Worth & Rio (¡raudo at Cresson. The Sch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

m BPw<: - Iddressed TO Tbe Democracy Igainst The RuüDg I I uI ti'L'V'I'h we are 0Ot wedded-.If lhey are HII I HI A IVIP P..11 11 inconsiiteiit with conservative business IIU 1 mniUi ilU i U princip)eg| or ^ the teachings of the democratic fathers, let them go. But upon the principle o' the sub treasury plan we shall remain inflexible. This ' principle, as we understand it, is that national bar ks as banks of issue, shall bi abolished, that all money shall be OF CHAIRMAN FINLEY j issued direct by the govcrment itsell in sufficient volume to do the business of the country on a conservative cash basis at the least possible expense to the people, that the volume shall be placed beyond the reach of private ' manipulation and rendered incapable ol marktd relative contraction or ex- III BEADY FOR PEACE OR WAR. pansion. On this princile, which we believe is sanctioned and inculcated by many of ou* wisest statesmen, including the imnv rtal Jefferson, we have no compromise to offer. We kno...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

\ J. ft. COUTH, Prent. R. W. K1NDKI., Vice-Preat. A. X. GRANT, CakhU r. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, « WEATHERPORD, TEXAS. ¡CAPITAL &c SURPLUS, $200,000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. [Collections a Specialty. North Main St. THE FAME EXCHANGE SALOON, W. P. WIELAND, Proprietor. Hire Whiskies. Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMiiY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES A SPECIALTY. All G-ooxjs "W" a r?"r austtbid as Eepkbsenteb. N. Main St., tne Old Quart House. HOTEL PICKWICK, GEO. C. HUDGINS, Proprietor, ort worth, - - texas. [First in Every Respect. Good Sample Rooms. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT; DR. W. C. MULLINS, Olliee over Merchants and Farmers N'at'l Hank. OCULIST ss ATJEJST Also Treats Catarrhal Diseases of Nose and Throat. Spectacles Seientilieally adjusted. Largest stock of Artificial o Eves in Texas. Consultation free. o W. H. PORTER -¡STILL SELL Honest - Groceries AT HONEST PRICES. When you want Good Goods, good treatment and the worth of your money, call o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 December 1891

J ül;' i V It, You litile Tntsy, Putsy, YOU ARE JUST TOO SWEET! Ibis husbutul is bringing back piist recol- lections of LOVE IN A COTTAGE AnH why ? Helms just enjoyed 11 sump- taous dinner prepared by his wife, who f«elsdoubly paid for her trouble in know- ing her "own dear" is pleased. She could ■erer have produced such u result had she not bought her groceries from 1. H. STORE & CO. Ike Acknowledged LEADERS in FANCY GROCERIES. Buy your groceries from them, and you will have no family jars. Hon. George Clark, by invitation, ill address the citizcns ot Denton, Texas, Saturday afternoon, December 19-e Up to date the comptroller has drawn against the wolf scalp appropriation $26000 It is estimated that there ill "be a large deficiency in the ap- propriation for the fees of sheriffs, clerks and attorneys, Mrs. F. G. Edmonds, of Gordon, died last Friday night. Lorenzo I'airez was hanged at Mid- land last i riday. On the scaffold he stated: "Death beats staying in jail." He confessed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL XII.--NO. 2. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. 3= A TALK TO YOUNG MEN. Hunt up the leading lawyers, doc- tors or farmers in your neighborhood. Learn how and for what wages they began life. You will be astonished to find that a majority of them worked their first year for $5 to $8 per month and board (and poor board at that), and had only one suit of clothes a year. These days you'll oil your hair, pat more on your back at one time than your grandpa earned in a year, smoke a quarter's worth of cigars in a day, loai and loaf and loaf rather than work for less thao $40 to $75 per month. You want $45 the next month, and $50 the next and $100 a month before you even understand your employer's business. Then by tbe time your employer has trained you to be useful to him, you get dis- satisfied, you are not making it fast enough, imagine you can do better elsewhere, you quit and leave to s^end what you've made, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. H. W. Butter, Mayor. A. J. Hood. City Attorney. R. L. flrabam, J. A. Ochiltree. a Merme VBlpMA U'.i ai|4 Jeme Rlrkmsii. W. C. McFall Aldermon «Ml finj, A. J. Bull. 8 Wiulley, Aldermen Srd Ward. N. B. Wells J. T. Gotten, AMermen 4tli Ward, A. S. Lewis, Secretary and Treasurer. D. Ü. Brattoii, Marshal. W. A. Llsk, Asiessor and Coileouii. JHl'HCHKtt: — e. Cursen Hupth,—Cor. H Main & Colum- bia «W.. Service* every ¡Sunday al II a. m and |p. m. Sunday School at'J:SO«.in. Prayer meet- ing every Wednesday uUht at 7:30. Claw meet logs 2nd and 4tli Sabbaths at 8 p. ra. Misionare Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. church flonference oti first 8unday 111 each month. Krv. Jas Mackey, Pastor. Pat*BYT*«iAN.—Oak St.. Sundaj School every Sunday morning at #:80. Preaching at 11 a.m., and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7. Kiev. J- A Woods, Pastor. Cumberland Prksbvtkki .—W. Church St. Sunday School at !)lf>a. m. Preaching at.11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

THE • FORT • WORTH THE EXTRA SESSION. "I" PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND OURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Bee! Products, and Ganners of Meats AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Iloas and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. IÜÜR0PI EXCITED^ And 80 Are the People Over the Large Number of Hakes of PIANOS ANDORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS & ARMSTRONG CO.. Write or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. -VISIT THE NATATOHIUM. THE FORT WORTH NATATORIUM Is the FINEST in the SOUTH. It has all the modern appliances, and is elegantly finished. Try our TUR- KISH, RUSSIAN or PLAIN BATHS. Swimming pool 50x100 feet. Al- ways open. Separate apartments for ladles, and TURKISH BATHS on Tuesday, 12 to 9 o'lcock p. in. Rusk & Third Sts. J. E. JOHNSON, Manager. MANSION HOTEL, W. W. DUNN & SON, Proprietors, 4th St. From Main to Rusk, FORT WORTH. First in Every Respect. Good Sample Rooms. FOR MONEY W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

J ■■ ■H ■f % i v f'A l íé if *fe;| IW-* i.; r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by BJ. BJ. HULL & CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE üm year. .. Six mouth* . Three month* tingle copy . Counting K'ximk on MAIS' -"TKEET. one .«oath of Hallare. All are luvUed <ee u< hi any time. *1.00 lilork to <'«M and 4AS- u. VIÜCBIIT, EDITOR. C. E. HULL, Business Manager. Botered at the Pontofflceat Weatherford. T<**a*. a* Second-Claw mall matter. WEATHERFORD. DEC. 10. Get your one gallus breeches ready for the grand wedding of the farmer*, bankers, merchants and artisans of Texas. It is to take place on the firstTuesday of Npvember, 1892, and Hon. Geo. Clark will officiate. There may not be much to the peo- ple in the unlimited coinage of silver bat the people want that little bad. The only distinction the so-called •'New South" can claim over the glo- rious Old South is its ungodly greed for money. It goes without saying that many members will resign before they wi'l quit their business in March or Apr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

The Enquirer. weatherford;dec. 10, issi. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WKATHERFORD, MIXES.U. WK1.L8 AND NORTHWESTERS TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, Ootolx-r 18,1*91.) PROM WKATHBHrOBP. No 3.—Leave Weatherforil 6 l.'i p m " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 37 p in No. 1.—Leave WeathevtorU — ...11 00 a m " Arrive Minerul Wells 12 22 p m TO WEATHBtiroRD. Ko. I-eavc Mineral Welle— 7 20 a ra " Arrive Weatherford x 42 a ra No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 00 p ra " Arrivo Weatherford 4 22 p ra Train* Nob. 1 ami 2. «imi 1 y trains; :: and 4 dally except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T. é P. and G., C. & Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with Graham stage line. A. F. McKay, Bupt. TAX AS & PACIFIC. East bound, No. 4 4:48 p.m. West bound, No.:i 10:30 p. m. ACCOMMODATION. No 10 9:0."i a. m. GULF, COLORADO Jt SANTA FE. Southbound 2:45p.m. North bound 11a. in., 6:15 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth it Rio Grande at Crcsson. Miss Belle Ward is friend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

* -• vV*'Í.. «wjr«* •- -* . JHHj ALL ABOUT JUOOC CLARK. ■ Wial Th« Papara Now say About Tha Na* Governor of Taxaa '"-V. # George CUrk saya Chairman Fin. *■ letter i« "harmless pleasantry," tat Mr. Clark's interview may be data •ias "Pat Calhoun Clark deviltry. Cleburne Chronicle. Does Judge Clark want any place •Kept that which he already hold*— Chief Manipulator—an arch teaser •oet be simply glory in keeping the w- in a fearful state oí mind f Is be simply perpetrating a series of wy practical jokes f Does he glory M human misery? Does he simply desire to annoy, perplex, hinder and May. What is his idea in wheeling vlth the sub-treasury people ? He is Mo smart to believe in the monstros Does he want to be governor? Boes he want to go to congress or the Baited States Sena e, or is he just in • fanny mood, at all times, and hav- ing fun at the expense of a few of the Wys t—New Birmingham Times We regret to see the George Clark who has heretofore been regarded as lie of the brightest ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

i. . CORTO, PTMt. R. W. KINDEL, Vlec-PrMt. A. V. GRANT, Cúhler. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CJ.AJPIT-A.IJ «5c SURPLUS, S200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. WHAT EOITOR8 SAY. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. W. H. PORTER -STILL SELL- Honest - Groceries AT HONEST PRICES. When you want Good Goods, good treatment and the worth of your money, call on W. HARVEY PORTER. J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker • and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS 4 BURIAL ROBES. I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always find me witn a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as eny un dertaker in Tedas. OVER BEN O. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE. McFALL HOUSE, Near All the Depots, WEATHERFORD, : TEXAS. Rates Per Day, $i.co. Board Per Week, $2.50. Board and Lodging, $3.50 to $4. Meals, 25c. The table supplied with the best the market affords. Good rooms, well ventilated. Hacks- leave this house dailv for Veal Station, SpriiiRtown. Jaeksb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 December 1891

* . ■ ' H cm'.rr? ?'?>•> /« , •*: mI i i ft Haniy a* Mori tnmoofi UMia.. U, You Utile Tul! }, Putsy, YOU ARE JUST TOO SWEEII This husband In brliiKluK l> ck payt nvol- Ivotiou of LOTE IN A COTTAGE And why f U« has Junt miitm*! stump taous dlnror |m<pnml by bin wifo, who tola doubly ixtid for her troubla la know hg her "owu denr" In plt'Hmxi. Shu could Mver him prtxlui'iil r<«ult hml (>« not bought her itrot-vriuH from I. H. STONE & GO, (fee Acknowledged LBADKKB in FANCY OHOOKHIES Buy your grocurit'd from them, and yoil will hnve no family jurs. Knew H«r Walt. "You say you once knew a woman •ho went to church regularly every Sunday for five years and never had a a«w bonnet in all that time?" said one OÍ the fair parishioners in astonishment. "That is precisely what I say," re- pfied the Rev. Mr. Goodman. "I was well acquainted with her." "Came to your church?" "Yes." "Couldn't afford to get a new bonnet, I presume?" "No." "And wasn't ashamed of it?" "Wdl, I can ...

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