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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Feb 23 1901, Page 3

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - February 23, 1901, Hereford, Texas T Hereford reporter saturday february 23, 1901. Hereford reporter f. L. Vanderburgh the Only paper published in deaf Smith county subscription Price $1.50 per year saturday february 23, Tuoi Mcglothlin amp Black irn iture Deale Herford Tex a application made for second class mail j matter privileges. Advertising rates display�?$1.00 per Inch per month with j Liberal discount on Long time contracts. Locals ten cents per line first insertion j five cents per line each succeeding insertion. All adv. Copy must be in by wednesday noon to insure insertion in current Issue. Advertising Bills due on the first of each month Job work on delivery. Announcement. With this Issue the Hereford reporter makes its first appearance in the newspaper Field of the Panhandle portion of the Lone Star state. The reporter staffs out on its career under favourable circumstances. The office is thoroughly equipped with new material throughout and is is prepared to attend t All the wants of its y inns either in its news Job or a Fermi sift departments in a prompt Ana neat Manne and our motto will always be a what v. Us do we do t1 reporter office is pleasantly situated in the Blanki Iship building 6n Dewey Avenue Between Joe Kil Lough a store and Bounds drug store where we will be glad to make the a Quaintance of All who have the interests of Hereford and the Plains country at heart. Why done to you become a member i he improvement society ? it costs fifty cents per year. A it 4 of a or window shades j carpets by Wall paper y sewing machine y supplies furniture polish picture mouldings folding bees made to order $ repair work Call and get prices first class work guaranteed clean towels a specially the City Barber shop Geo. W. Dale prop. Bath rooms in connection fitted up with Poncei in lined Bath tubs your patronage will be appreciated canned Goc canned goods . Burns co make a specially of the finest of canned goods. A trial will convince. N let us organize a bucket brigade and be ready for the fire fiend if it should visit our midst. A did you know that Hereford has an improvement society and one that will improve the town too. It is said that the Kansas Saloon to amp to have applied to the legislate have the Saloon smashers a it Quot u t 1 to if is again getting scarce in and there will be suffering if we a be Dought in another blizzard it Coal merchants should layer Supply. I line i the i in an t i i an l i v 4a 11 l is next to if the liquor License Gran tors were As particular As to the character of the people to whom they Grant licenses As Are deaf Smith county a officers there would be no need of Carrie nations or prohibitionists. A in a Telegram to the Dallas news we notice that the monopolists of Wall Stre t Are casting their optics toward Texas age a the people of Texas should keep their eyes open or the Noble state will get into the hands of the trusts again. ,4 there is a very bad habit of s in persons hauling dead animals out and leaving them inside the City limits. This practice should be stopped. Are you a member of the sanitary society if not join and be one of them in stopping this nuisance. There has been a dumping ground selected and All should see that dead animals and refuse Are taken there. One of the monopolists arguments is that Texas a vast in develop the which will never eloped until Texas repeals Laws which Are 1 in Xinu and detrimental to the interests of Sak Mono list. B tend should he 1. Rep d Lam v As Rockefeller Morgan Hanna and their clique. A wedding Bells. Three couples made Happy in by menial Bonds. Meeks Womble. One of the prettiest Church weddings that has Ever been solemnized on the Plains occurred last sunday evening at the Christian Church when m. 0. Meeks and miss Joyce , the charming daughter of or. And mrs. J. C. Womble were United in the holy Bonds of Matrimony after an impressive Sermon by the officiating Clergyman Rev. T. A. Moore of Plainview. Promptly at 8 3q the attendants of the Bride and Groom miss Eva Humphrey and miss Brucie Cass and messes. W. R. Evants and c. marched Down the Side aisles to the strains of Mendelssohn a wedding March played by prof. W. E. Rush meeting and passing through a beautifully decorated Arch under which was suspended a heart made from Green foliage. The Bride and Groom then followed meeting and stopping directly underneath the Arch facing the audience where the nuptial knot was tied. the Cerer was being pet formed prof. Rush played the echoes of nearer my god to thee. Messes. A j. Lipscomb and o. M. Conoley were the Ushers. The Bride and bridesmaids were attired in Beautiful gowns of Cream silk and the Groom and attendants wore conventional Black tuxedos. The Church was very prettily decorated with Flowers and Green foliage and was filled to overflowing with i admiring friends of the Happy couple. Or. Meeks is one of herefords i most popular Young business men being a member of the Arm of Meeks i amp Conoley and he and his charming 1 Bride have the Best wishes of a Host of friends who join the reporter in j wishing them a Long and Happy voyage on life a matrimonial sea. On wednesday afternoon the wed i Ding party was photographed by i w. W. Meeks. Goats Giles. On Friday of last week occurred the marriage of or. H. L. Goats and miss Mattie cues daughter i or. Lee Giles one of dead Smith county a most prominent stockmen. They were married at the residence of the officiating Clergyman Rev. N. B. Benn Tonly immediate friends id relatives being present to Ali goats is also a prominent Stockman having a Large ranch about seventeen Miles North of Hereford. Browne guest. Or. M. N. Brown and miss Amanda guest were married last saturday in county clerk fullers office judge c. G. Witherspoon officiating. A five cars of graders outfit arrived thursday morning from Chicago for Stiles amp Eaton. W. H. Patton of the firm of Garner amp Patton is at St. Louis buying their Spring Stock of goods. Attention is called to parties having teams to the adv. Headed freighters wanted elsewhere in this Issue. A. Bennett has Rente i a room. In the rear of Syms Barber shoo and will do All kinds of Boot and shoe repairing. Mrs. F. L. Vanderburgh who has been on the sick list with the Grippe since her arrival in Hereford is convalescing under the skillful care of or Tinsley. A. C. Bratton and Little daughter arrived Here wednesday from Brownwood and will make hereto their Home. Or. Bratton is a w. T. Bratton Man a a Hereford lumber or y mrs. J. T. Inform numerous in Affons hav Cei Ved by the Leteff club from pro Milt City to repeat to Peric t a arabian night in at 1�?~- is Cany 9 City put cd Eifle a a Good thing Hershey Sei

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