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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - February 21, 1902, Hereford, Texas
A Hereford reporter Friday february 2it 1002. Sold 5200 steers. The first big steer Sale of the season has just been made Ani As usual it was made by a. It Robert a son report the following sales j 3000 hat two year old steers to Rosenbaum Bros. Of Chicago to be delivered at Carlsbad n. M. 1000 Borden county two year old steers from the v ranch and 1200 a Peculiar Man. Lou Lawrence in american agriculturist. John Thomas Dobbins truly is a most Peculiar Man As his neighbors testify As often As they can. A tis True he a not a very bad nor yet so very Good but nobody can count on him to do As others would. He has a Way that a just his own and walk that Way he will and though you hint a smarter Pace you la find him walking still. When Farmer Cloddy lost Lis barn and nearly lost his life just at the time the fever held his baby and his wife the neighbors met one afternoon to say a How bad they Felt and each expressed his sympathies in words your heart would melt. Faey held a a benefits at which a a an even ten was made and quite a few subscribed the Cash though some was never paid. Yet All this time John Thomas kept himself quite close at Home he did not a state his sympathies nor to the social come. But when the Farmer hauled some posts and set them in the grounds and gathered up such Timber As could readily a found and anyone could sea just what the fellow was about a a twas then John Thomas Dobbins turned in and helped him out. And that a about the Way he did when widow Brown was like to be sold out of House and Home her Home Down on the Pike the women said they a give her a work the Mea would move her out and some would take her children a were very smart and Stout they each and All had bid their plans and meant them Well no doubt but Dobbins bought the mortgage and helped the widow out. John Thomas sorry times says says he a i never take much Stock in folks that keep charities packed up behind a lock. These Resolution keys Are slow they rust sometimes i think. And Ere the meeting got Mem turned some Fellers Apt to sink. So if a neighbor Telly me what his trouble is about the Best i know to do is just Wade in and help him games county two year old steers for Winfield Scott to Clay Robinson amp co. Of Chicago to be delivered at Hereford. The Price paid for these steers has not been made Public but it is understood to be about the same As last year which ranged from $21 to $23, according to the Quality of the Stockman. Gone to new Mexico. W. A. Carlisle of Lubbock Uncle by marriage of the spikes boys were killed in new Mexico and Kinchen Carter of Estacada brother of mrs. Lillie spikes widow of John spikes were Here sort Zarday evening on their Way to Hereford and new Mexico with a View to helping mrs. Spikes get her affairs in shape so she can leave new Mexico. Quite a Herd of cattle was left her and these must be cared for Plainview press. That they will not injure the horses Are Worth a thousand fold More to i the country than to know How to pose in a parlor. Yes a girl can bake a loaf of bread and Cook meat and pc4atoes just right is Worth a Seminary of those soft handed silly headed Angels sit in the a pah Lahy and let a pm aha do the work in the Kitchen. Sex. Directory sensible men and women. The Young Man knows How to Lay off Corn and potato rows to regulate the distance of the same so As to get the greatest crops is Worth a cow pea full of Kod gloved Fellows Kinow How to Lead a fashionable Waltz. Setting a plow just right and adjusting the gears so we have the Best line off cigars in town. 52tf Killough amp Montgomery. New grocery firm. J. He a Hickox and r. A. Daniel have opened up a new grocery House in the Hay building. These Young men Are Here for business and Are hustlers. See Thier adv elsewhere in this Issue. Stave. Governor Lieut. Governor treasurer comp Rol land commissioner attorney general supt. Public instruction congressman Joseph d. Sayers. J. N. Browning j. W. Robbins r. M. Love Chas. Hogan. C. Pc. Bell j. A Kendall John h. Stephens it is reported that miss Sallie Ether. Sister of the Dyer Brothers of this place and j. H. Slaton of Plainview were United in marriage wednesday evening february 19. 5fiss Dyer has Many friends in this town will extend Hearty congratulations. W. W. Mccreary of Weathford is a prospects in town. I by. Vav. Meeks is now at the Peoria 111., watch College taking special course in watch repairing. W atch repairing and jewelry work May be left with Bounds so Lipscomb and it will be sent to him and returned free of All express charges. Iry our work r. H. Norton cattle horses hogs ii stallions of of in a offering a Tew Young of of stallions to which i invite of of your attention. Buy at of of Home and get something of of that will give satisfaction of i and not wait a year for i of your horse to get acc Iima of of Ted. These Are the Best of pc horses that 23 years sex i of penance of close Obser a of ration and Breeding can it i produce. Sold right and Kef of fully guaranteed. Of % bulls of of have eight registered of it Hereford bulls Best Strass of of us Breed big coming two of of year Olds. Seven High of visitors. Grades from 8 to 3u n. >9. Of to Iii c of old. Want to close these of a of out this san Fig. Wilse a of Law Clos of them a git an i give time i w of if desired. Of Welcome hogs a a of my Ber lash in re hogs Are of of the product if the Beu pc fourth Trown Stock i could of of by. Young Stock of thai of Arf be fat Sale. Al of Call and see me pc Sui i of or so or write me Fok full particulars of by or of Waul. Write me what of i District. Senator d. F. Goss. Representative d. E. Decker judge h. H. Wallace attorney Ira Webster deaf Smith county. Judge w. B. Boyd sheriff j. T. Iii Mon clerk. F. B. Fuller Deputy canny clerk a r Rice county attorney r. F. Holloway treasurer Joe Killough assessor j. S. Wye he Surveyor. G. R. Jowell commissioners precinct to. I l. R. Bradley precinct to. 2 r. N. Mounts. Precinct to. 3 Ira Aten precinct to. 4 a. P. Murchison District court convenes on a i second mondays of april and october. Commissioners court convex on the second mondays in february May August and november. Societies. I. O. O. F. Meets every thursday evening at h of clock in their Hail Over Beach i Acx f form lure store. All visiting brother ice cordially invited to attend. A. J. Lipscomb Geo. W. Dale Noble grand. Secretary Hereford Lodge no. 849, f. Amp a. M regular meetings saturday night on or before full Moon in each month in the masonic Hall. Visiting Brothers invited to. Attend. W. By a Boyd Sam. In Morris worshipful master. Secretary k. Of p. Met Rok Mer j tuesday evening at 8 of clock in i. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting knights Are made Welcome. Sam h. Morris Joe Kilough Chancellor commander. K. It k. Arid s. W. Of w. Meets every wednesday evening at 8. Of clock in the i. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting sovereigns always Welcome. J. T. Inmon a. C. Bratton Council commander. Clerk. C. M. A meets entry tuesday evening in the court House at 8 o c Jock. A Curtis Wims be Fred Meredith. Vuu ulant. Set Vas churches. Christian. Rev. H a Bandy pastor a services held on the first sunday of each month at la of a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Methodist. Rev. Charles coach pastor services held on the second sunday of each month a1 la ski a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Baptist. Rte. T. E. M a re Palter service held on the thai sunday of a flak month at 11 00 a it. And 7 30 p. A Cumberland presbyterian. Rev. Charles lotto past / service held on the fourth sunday of each Impf to 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Union sunday school every sunday 10.00 a. In. Methodist Home Mission society. I meets once each month. Or. A . Baptist ladies Ai presides piety. Mrs. Goo. W. I , iodide a i
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