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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Jun 14 1901, Page 1

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - June 14, 1901, Hereford, Texas Reporter attend the fourth of july Celebration at Hereford a hot time vol. I. No. 20 Hereford deaf Smith county Texas june 14, 1901 1.50 per year the glorious fourth to be celebrated if Joe Killough w amp a Qin ski in i _ of stationery books cigars and tobaccos. Confection eries fruit cold drinks amusements of All sorts base Ball games ice Cream Parlours in connection and Barbecue. Everybody invited to come and enjoy themselves and done to forget the children and babies. On last Friday afternoon pursuant is composed of ladies and gentlemen i to a general Call a Large number of who have the welfare of Hereford at i herefords most prominent business heart and who will spare neither men and citizens assembled at the Effort or time to make the fourth j court House to discuss ways and j one of unusual Success and pleasure Means of celebrating the fourth of at this writing no definite pro july in Hereford in a fitting manner Gram has been arranged but there j h on. A. J. Lipscomb was elected will be All kinds of games and chairman and f. L. Vanderburgh amusements and a grand picnic Secretary. The object of the meet and barbeque at the court House ing being stated it was Una piously next week the reporter Hopes j voted that Hereford could have a j to be Able to publish the program in i Celebration and a big one at that j full and give such other information j various suggestions were offered a will be useful. Every committee and discussed and it was decided to j is now hard at work and a general j appoint a committee for each de g Good time is assured apartment of the Celebration and make arrangements to spend the leave All arrangements to them. Day with us. You Are especially the following committees were invited to attend and help us Cele appointed by the chair brate. Grounds and arrange a a a Talky party me its j. M. Mcglothlin. J. M. Garner judge Boyd r. A. Hough miss Rena Whitney and Bill har 1 Hereford Texas a Jack Harwell proprietor ofthehereiorck4 Saloon wines whiskers and cigars Hinton amp May l Ivery feed and Sale stables. W Good saddlers gentle Drivers passengers carried to All Points at reasonable rates special conveniences for drummers Trade Hereford b. C. D. Bynum. Finance judge Gough w. H. Patton f. B. Fuller Jno. E. Ferguson a. J. Lipscomb. Program pc. L. Bounds c. R. Moreman mrs. L. F. Alby miss Maggie Syms mrs. Geo. W. Dale mrs. Jno. E. Ferguson miss Madeline Patton miss Mary Tygret mrs. F. T. Denson or. R. M. Johnson or. E. W. Tinsley Geo. Irwin. Invitation and reception a or. R. A Bounds Joe Killough f. L. Vanderburgh or. R. H. Gough judge Witherspoon. Transportation judge l. Gough t. J. Davis f. T. Denson w. G. Mullins s. S. Evants l. F. Alby As will be seen each committee Ris were last tuesday a number of Young people gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. G. R. Whitney for the purpose of deciding who could dress the tackiest As Well As to have a Good social time. The costumes were very quaint and unique and excited no Little admiration and comment. Social Chat games music and dancing were indulged in during which Choice refreshments consisting of ice Cream and cake were served. After due consideration the a a tackiest dressed lady a Jar of snuff belonged to miss Rena Whitney her costume being very original As Well As a a Tacky in the extreme. To the a a tackiest boy was tuesday. Texas Given a pipe which was Bill Harris. At a late hour the j party broke How about a up with a cake walk by Little five year old Daug r a a the her of or. New pair of and mrs. Whitney and their respective Homes repaired to All vowing boots or. And mrs. Whitney and their excellent assistants m iss Rena i have had fifteen years Whitney and miss Eula Mcateer experience in the Boot capital entertainers. And shoe business and or. And mrs. J. M i Reeman and guarantee All my work. Miss Lulu Freeman arrived from repairing. Neatly and promptly done Bonham Texas last f Are registered at the House. Riday and Humphrey de b. Jackson was a arrival at the Humphrey prominent House last j. A. Canterbury tuesday. Meat Market building

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