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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - June 14, 1901, Hereford, Texas
2hereford reporter Friday june 14, 1901 More locals. Lumber lumber a feeling of perfect Contentment surrounds the Man who smokes Flesher ettes. 14-4t g. R. Jowell returned tuesday from a extended trip to Waco Austin it. Worth and other Texas Points. He reports a very pleasant trip. W. A. Hunt a prominent deaf Smith county cattleman was in town monday and left on a local for a business visit to Amarillo. Before leaving he ordered the reporter for the coming year. Do you want to learn shorthand if so see Ben Bounds at once. If enough scholars can be obtained a class will be started. He will be found at Mcglothin amp Blacks furniture store. 14tf Mcglothlin amp Black on monday sold a Large Bill of furniture to Emmett Powers which was shipped to his new ranch at Stratford on the new Rock Island Extension. Notwithstanding the continued Cool weather we Are still serving our Many patrons with ice Cream and cold drinks. Joe Killough. 15t� a. Eberstadt of Dallas has been spending the week in town in the interest of the Well known new York life insurance company. He stopped with landlord Tygret. Superintendent g. C. Starkweather of the p. V. Amp n. E. Railway spent a portion of monday Here looking after the cattle ship ments of his Road. He stopped at the Ritchey. John Aden the proprietor of the Rock menus rest Saloon near Liberty on the Rock Island Extension having spent the past few Days in town waiting for a Bill of goods which arrived monday. J. H. Oden county commissioner of Castro county and the popular manager of the Spring Lake division of the Xit ranch spent tuesday in the City registering at the Ritchey. For Sale a 3-room House and 18x18 dug out connected Sheds and Good Well on one acre of ground All fenced. Garden fenced also. House newly painted. Well selected Orchard set out. Price $375. Inquire of 0. R. Willingham. Lotf for the Benefit of those interested we wish to state that the fund raised by divers ways towards the purchasing of an Organ for the Hereford High school now amounts to $30, which is in the hands of trustee r. H. Norton. Cedar House blocks and Anchor posts Glass paints oils varnishes and paint brushes Lime Cement tar Felt and building paper see our material and get our prices whether you buy or not Hereford lumber co. Stringfellow Hume hardware co. Incorporated wholesale and retail dealers in Bain and Mitchell wagons barbed wire hardware water supplies implements and windmills. Stores at Amarillo Canyon City and Hereford Texas. Bert Stevenson one of the freighters to the new Rock Island Extension started last tuesday for new Mexico with the last of the powder which has been stored Here for some time. He stopped at the Ritchey. Samuel Copeland and family of Graham arrived Here recently and Are stopping at the Home of r. H. Norton. Or. Copeland has a Fine freighting outfit and intends locate ing Here and engage in freighting for the Rock Island contractors. A cigarette is said to have Soliloquy sized thus i am not much of a mathematician but i can add to a Many a nervous troubles i can subtract from his physical Energy i can multiply his aches and pains i can Divide his mental Powers i can take interest from his work and discount his chances for Sale. One pair of mules for Sale cheap a can be seen on my ranch five Miles East of Hereford. 17tf g. R. Jowell. The papers Are printing the Story of a negro who was stealing a ride on the trucks of a passenger train when the train ran into a mule. The train stopped and the Crew looked round to see what damage was done and spied the negro. They fished him out and said a a what were you doing there a a Why i Wiz Ridin Dat mule a said the negro and they took him in a passenger coach and carried him on his Way with of patents granted to Texas inventors this week reported by c. A. Snow amp co., Patent attorneys Washington a. C i for copy of any of above patents Send ten cents in postage Stamps with Date of this paper to c. A. Snow amp co., Washington d. A rates to Colorado. From june i to september 30, inclusive the Pecos amp Northern Texas railway will sell round trip summer tourist tickets to Colorado Points at the following rates from Hereford to Boulder .$25.90 to Denver. 25.90 to Colorado Springs 22.40 to Pueblo. 19.40 to Trinidad. 13.40 final limit for return october 31, 1901. Stopovers allowed anywhere North of Trinidad. See your local agent. T. J. Davis agent Hereford Texas. Don a. Sweet traffic manager Amarillo state. Governor treasurer comptroller land commissioner attorney general supt. Public instruction congressman Joseph d. Sayers j. N. Browning j. A Robbins r. A love Chas. Hogan c. K. Bell j. S. Kendall John h. Stephens judge attorney h. H. Wallace Ira Webster deaf Smith county. Judge. W. B. Boyd sheriff j. T. Inmon clerk f. B. Fuller treasurer Joe Killough assessor j. S. Wyche Surveyor. G. R. Jowell commissioners precinct no. I l. R. Bradley precinct no. 2 r. N. Mounts precinct no. 3 Ira Aten precinct no. 4 a. P. Murchison District court convenes on the second mondays of april and october. Commissioners court convenes on the second mondays in february May augus and november. Senator representative District. F. Goss d. E. Decker societies. I. O. O. F. Meets every thursday evening at 8 of clock in their Hall Over g. M. Mcglothling a furniture store. All visiting Brothers Are cordially invited to attend. F. B. Fuller a. J. Lipscomb Noble grand. Secretary. Hereford Lodge u. D., a. F. Amp a. M. Regular meetings saturday night on or before full Moon in each month in the court House. Visiting Brothers invited to attend. John Mcknight w. B. Boyd worshipful master. Secretary. K. Of p. Meets every tuesday evening at 8 of clock in i. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting knights Are made Welcome. F. Johnson Geo. W. Dale Chancellor commander. K. Of r. And s. W. Of w. Meets every wednesday evening at 8 of clock in the i. Q. O. F. Hall. Visiting sovereigns always Welcome. J. T. Inmon a. C. Bratton Council commander. Clerk. C. M. A. Meets every Friday evening in the court House at 8 of clock. Fred Meridith w. Curtis we Hitney president. . Hereford sanitary and improvement society. Meets on the second tuesday of each month at 3 p. M. In the court House. L. Gough f. B. Fuller president. Secretary. Methodist Home Mission society. Meets once each month. Mrs. M. P. Finnicum president. Baptist ladies Aid society. Mrs. Geo. W. Irwin president. Home Charity society. Meets on thursday of each week. Mrs. A. E. Mckellar president. Churches. Christian. Rev. H. A Banda pastor a services held on the first sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Methodist. Rev. N. B. Bennett pastor a services held on the second sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. M. Baptist. Services held on the third sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Cumberland presbyterian. Rev. Charles lotion pastor a services Beld on the fourth sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. M. Union sunday school every sunday at 10 00 a. In
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