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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - March 9, 1903, Hereford, Texas
The Brand a a at Caners knee a a t us or instil w pen teachers Institute. The teachers of Castro cd having duly organized Institute decided to r month. The next meeting i at Dimmitt saturday 9 a. In. Toter i 190j. Program. 1. A successful b. Baker. 2. Should teacher succed pc. F. Kerr. J. Influence of Library in Homes and by miss Mattie Herron. 4. Mental arithmetic class . E. Donnell. 5. Kindergarten work in . Hester Cash. I. Querry Box conducted by chairman. 7. Character training in school. A mrs. Effie Harbison. 8. The results of a Strong imagination in Young pupils and methods for obtaining same a paper miss Mamie Todd. 9. Grammar analysis is. . F. Eddleman. 10. Beautiful school . C. Turner. Teachers Are respectfully requested to be present on Friday night at the entertainment Given for teachers in order that we May begin at 9 p. In. Saturday. Homes will be provided for All who come and the people of Dimmitt will be glad to have your presence. Miss Mamie Todd k. E. Turner w. B. Baker committee. Prepared for business. Elsewhere in this Issue appears the display adv of Tucker amp Jacobsen general blacksmiths and machinists. This enterprising firm has lately added to their already Well equipped shop two pipe perforating machines and a 4�?Thouse�?� cold tire setter. With these machines they Are prepared to insure you pure water from a Sandy Well and to a set your Wagon tires while you wait Quot and to do it perfectly. These gentlemen Are Well equipped to do every class of blacksmithing. County attorney appointed. At a special meeting of commissioners court held wednesday the resignation of r. F. Holloway As county attorney was accepted and w. H. Russell was appointed to fill the unexpired term. We congratulate the court on the Wisdom displayed in appointing or. Russell to this responsible position As we feel sure that the newly appointed attorney will attend to the duties of the office As they should be. Items from Boom. Tug de this Bro. B wee. Ali Willie r is Hatter wednesday night subject will be in. The facts and october 21st. Philosophy found a car Load of Mccormick Corn harvesters at stringfellow Hume Clu. Co. Get one before they Are All gone. Original advertising. It is not generally our purpose to comment on foreign advertising but Rose amp co., the Chicago tailors who Are represented Here by Gal breath Fox amp co., have supplied this firm with a number of booklets entitled i Quot Jenkins in Mars a the Story of which is purported to be from their Salesman who is on a a a drumming trip to that planet. For originality it can to be beat and its contents would amuse both Young and old. Advertised letters. Remaining in the Post office at Hereford for the week ending oct. 7, 1903 Chas. Alexander 2a. E. Are thur j. R. Dent Clarence e. Ennis i a m. Harrison mrs. Trula Martin 1 j. A. M Oore mrs. Henrietta Thomas j. E. M. Williams. In calling for above please say a advertised. W. J. Walters p. M. Amp sick but is better now or. Ott and family took dinner with r. L. Wilson sunday. Miss Holloway was visiting mrs. B. C. Robertson last sunday. Jake Robertson has been suffering with neuralgia and Toothache for several Days. Mrs. Millet and mrs. Stamps Are rejoicing Over the arrival of their Rural j sister from Mississippi. N. A. Laughlin has such Fine water melons and the Section boys sure like melons Rind and All. De Mcminn still has sympathy for his hungry neighbors and brings around fresh beef once a week. Bro. Monroe and son r. M. Hardesty and Oma Dendy Are assisting j. B. Robertson in making sorghum this week in the coff neighbourhood. The Sam Jones lecture. The methodist people have decided to reduce the general admission to the Sam Jones lecture to seventy five cents and the reserved seats to one Dollar at which Price it is hoped that All will be Able to hear this wonderful Man. All who have heard him will gladly pay the Price to hear him again and those who have not heard him will now have an Opportunity not to be missed on any account. It will Cost the methodist Church one Hundred and fifty dollars to i bring Sam Jones Here. All Money received above that amount will go to the Church. Remember the Date a e can save von $20 per Hundred on Well casing and give you the Best Grade of casing you can buy. It wont Cost you anything to Call and see us and it Quot will save you Money. Respectfully Hereford Jav manufacturing of. A a a n cd for High Grade groceries Call on. In. Martin j on East fide main St. Oppo it Fife in extern hat i Bank a trial order will convince you As to Quality and Price. Good is the foundation of a Good meal. I handle the famous Albatross flour once br6clcl you try it you will have no other. J. W. Martin or la la la or la Ltd a la la to Jcj Jjck pc jew pc pc pc pc pc j a a a you re next for a shave haircut or a Bath at the City Barber shop George Vav. Dale proprietor three chairs two Bath rooms in the new Brick building on South Dewey Avenue a Black Locust Trees for the next 4 weeks i will Book orders a for Black Locust Trees for november Deli i Ery at $4 and $5 per 1000 f. O. B. Hereford air h in a 71 r i at Martins a i d. La. R in to. I Xix grocery store 9 w. F. Phipps the laundry Man is Back in Hereford at the same old stand and is pre pared to do first class work. All work guaranteed w a a. Cd a live is a trial and be convinced ring no. I and we will Call promptly for your bundle Ai a a a. A lift a % % dividend papers Brand ads
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