Sweetwater is different
You know when you go back to the town you grew up in after a 10-year absence and, on a whole, it feels the same, but in reality everything is slightly different (and your high school girlfriend is now married to a banker)? Well, the same sort of thing is happening in Sweetwater, the dusty town that serves as the guests' hitching post.
In William's timeline, Maeve doesn't appear to be the brothel owner (Maeve hasn't appeared in any of those scenes yet); that job seems to belong to Clementine (which might be what a QA specialist was alluding to when Maeve was having reverie problems). Plus, the other ladies of the night and day standing with Clementine in front of the brothel when Logan and William arrive haven't been seen in other Sweetwater scenes. And the bounty hunter role, which usually belongs to our frequently killed boy Teddy, is being played in William's timeline by a man who's like a Cro-Magnon version of Teddy (Teddy 1.0?).
On top of that, the narratives when Teddy arrives to Sweetwater in Episode 1 and when Logan and William stroll through town in Episode 2 are completely different. In William's timeline, the US Army is recruiting passers-by; in the current-day version, the sheriff wants you, yes, you, to join his posse. Even the Wanted posters don't match up. The newer versions have some fancy red ink for the "dead or alive" section and are offering $500 for Hector Escaton, while the ones William looks at in Episode 3 only use black ink and involve hunting for baddies named Jasper Hewitt and the "conman and crime boss" Scott Jones, "alias Jonesy," for a measly $100. Inflation!!!