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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 17, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday january 17, ,02. Hereford reporter published weekly by Frank l. Vanderburgh vue Only paper published in deaf Smith county subscription Price $1.50 per year entered at the Post office at Hereford Texas As second class mail matter. Advertising rates display�?$1.00 per Inch per month with Liberal discount on Long time contracts locals ten cents per line first insertion 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. Friday january 17, iq02 hereafter All subscriptions must be paid in Advance and papers will be discontinued on expiration of time paid for. Bank directors meeting. At the meeting of the Board of directors of the Hereford National Bank held tuesday the old directors and officers were re elected. We learn however that the cashier f. J. Clinkinbeard has resigned to accept a similar position much nearer his Home. County clerk f. B. Fuller at a meeting held wednesday was elected to fill the vacancy made by or. Clinkinbeard a resignation. We regret to lose or. And and mrs. Clinkinbeard and they will be greatly missed from our business and social circles and we bespeak for them a Hearty Welcome in their new Home and wish for them every Success. In electing or. Fuller to the position of cashier the directors Are to be congratulated upon their Wise selection. The fact that or. Fuller is nearing the completion of his second term As county clerk having no opposition at the last election is ample testimony As to his popularity and business integrity. The officers and directors of the Bank tor the ensuing year Are As follows president j no. E. Ferguson Vic president f. M. Avis cashier f. B. Fuller bookkeeper a. G. Bell directors f. M. Avis t. M. Palmer Ira Aten r. J. Kibbe f. B. Fuller e. Carter w. A. Higgins. A. J. Lipscomb and Jno. K. Ferguson. The business of the Bank is rapidly increasing and with the re election of the old directory and management promises to grow still stronger and continue to be a Power in the financial circles of the state. Tierra Blanca herefords l. R. Bradly breeder of write me or Call at my ranch situated five Miles East of Hereford on the Tierra Blanca River. Osgi Sierski Kora saws Herd headed Fey Climax assisted by chorister will soil a Quantity of Young Stock either singly or in car Load lots so Al t. Hinton dealer in confection eries tobaccos fruits stationery cigars and lunch goods we have the finest line of candies in town. Try them Call up a phone no. 9 Cardwell Bros. We have a Complete Ani new line of Staple and fancy groceries come and see us our line is fresh and new Telephone no. 60 Cox amp Davis livery feed and Sale stables. Good saddlers gentle Drivers special conveniences for drummers Trade Hereford Texas Alful u Juan h. S. Syms prep. Chills hair Catling e specially. / every filing now. Heat and clean. Home first and last. The following questions propounded by an Exchange Are worthy of careful consideration who sympathised with you when your Little girl was sick was it your Home merchant or was it stars amp Roebuck who carried you last Winter when you were out of a Job and hid no Money was it Montgomery Ward be co., or was it your heme merchant when you want to raise Money for the Church or some needy person do you write the fair in Chicago or do you go to the Home merchant How much does Siegel so co. Give toward building the sidewalks in Vav your town or paying the ministers salary when you were sick How Many nights did Hibbard Spencer so co. Setup with you a a Bucklin is Banner. To the above interrogatives we would add when your Home merchant has a Job of printing to do does he first bring it to the Home Printer or Send it to Clark amp courts or Crane amp co. ? perhaps after he gets bids from the City he comes round and wants you to a a do the Job rather than have it go out of town provided you will do it a Little cheaper than the other Stratford Star. The above is reproduced for the Benefit of those it fits. First do right yourself then you Are in a position to demand that others do right an i thereby command Home Amarillo advocate. Real estate transfers. Witherspoon so Gough to r. M. Horne late of Hill county two sections in this county consideration $2340. Witherspoon amp Gough to f. R. Stillwell one Section in Castro county consideration $14 40. Witherspoon amp Gough to a. P. Syms lot 7 in Block 54 consideration $112.50. Witherspoon amp cough to or. W. J. Rogers lot 6 in Block 44 consideration $112.50. Witherspoon amp Gough to l. K. Cobb lot i in Block 4 consideration $112.50. John Dyer miss Sailie Der and miss Bela Taylor of Plainview Are visiting their Many friends in town. We have a Quantity of old Type at this which makes excellent Bab biting Metal for windmills etc., for Sale at 10c per Pound. 48tf e. R. Rice of Roswell came in monday from Roswell and is making the Humphrey House his Headquarters. A a a a f. M. Avis Lias been on the retired list this week suffering from rheumatism at last accounts he was . To. Newsom Sam Cooper. J. K. Bridgeman g. H. Piland j. B. Johnson and or. Dilbeck of Parker county came in yesterday in a prospecting tour. The Brand the new monthly publication Whiten about in our last Issue is already causing a or at Deal of comment and the unanimous opinion of the commenter seem to be that such a journal in greatly needed to help build up the Panhandle country. The reporter Force has been unusually Busy this week getting out Job work of the different business houses whose firm name has been recently changed. Our merchants appreciate Good printing hence get their stationery printed at this office. Beaumont Oil is now Here. Anyone washing Small storage Tanka for their residence can get the same mad at the Hereford manufacturing company sat reasonable prices. 48-2tp, notice. After the first of february w i will let no More rigs oat on credit. A those owing us will please come in and remit at the e tiniest convenience. Cox so Davis. 48if wanted. Two More carpenters to comment e work about january 20. 48-it j. P. Snyder
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