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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 10, 1901, Hereford, Texas
2 Hereford reporter Friday May to 1901 sanitary meeting. To be held next monday evening at 8 of clock. There should be a Large attend Ance to the meeting of the Hereford sanitary and improvement society next monday evening at the court House. There Are no better Means to build up a town than to have a Good Board of Trade and that is precisely what this society is at least it performs the same duties As that body with the addition of having the sanitation and improvement of the town among its duties and under its watchful Eye. It is the desire that everyone attend these meetings whither a member or not and it was to that end that the time and Date of the meetings were changed from the afternoon of the second tuesday of each month to the conventional hour of 8 on the second monday evening of each month. So Earnest Are members of this society in their Noble work they have arranged an entertaining program As follows in the Hopes that it would induce Many to attend who would otherwise be absent thinking that nothing of interest would transpire at the meeting of such an organization music Hereford glee club. Address the growing West by c. G. Witherspoon. Paper How to beautify our Homes by mrs. F. T. Denson. Music Hereford glee club. Paper City sanitation by or. R. W. Bounds. Paper influence of Beautiful Homes upon the Young by Rev. F. T. Denson. A music Hereford glee club. President l. Gough will give a report of the proceedings improvements accomplishments etc., of the Hereford sanitary Aud improvement society since its organization last january. He will also give an outline of the objects and ainu of the said organization and it is earnestly hoped that everyone who has any solicitations for the present and future welfare of Hertford will be present. An interesting instructive and entertaining meeting is assured. Do you want them you can get the reporter and the Dallas Semi weekly news for one year at $2.25. Smith Walker amp co. Grain an. Field seeds exclusive agents for genuine Corl. Thoroughbred hats we come into this world All naked and Bare we go through this life a mid sorrow and care we die and we go our friends know not where but if we Wear thoroughbreds Here Well be thoroughbreds there. We also sell the Hamilton Brown shoe the lest known shoe in the world Garner so Patton first class accommodations the Best table in Hereford the Humphrey House near the depot Robert Humphrey proprietor Hereford Texas Stambaugh amp Lipscomb wholesale and retail dealers in Grain Hay Salt Coal and Field seeds Wagon Yard and Camp House in connection your patronage solicited Hereford Texas advertised letters. The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for at the Hereford Post office april 1901 j. Dunbar. Dolph Dodson. W. L. Ethell. Mrs. Ella Harrington. A. F. Henderson. We. G. Ivey. Volney Johnson. Jeff Johnson. Mrs. Florence Marchman. Mrs. Minnie Pittillo. Ernest Rogers. W. Swaty. We. Walson. Mexican list. Miguel Barraza. Andres Marichalar. In calling for above please say advertised. L. A. Montgomery p. M. Teen fhe first hour and did the whole Job in about three hours. Or. Murphy can kill skin and hang up a beef ready for Market in fifteen minutes and can take the hide off in three minutes. Or. Mcclure said that had he had or. Murphy at Portales one Day last week he would have Given him $50 for his Days work As the skins that he lost would have brought him in enough to have made it a paying investment. Directory a record breaker. W. T. Murphy the genial Butcher at Meeks amp Conoley a meat Market on saturday last skinned 29 dead cattle at the Stock pens for Bert Mcclure. He skinned thir state. Governor treasurer comptroller land commissioner attorney general supt. Public instruction congressman. Joseph d. Sayers j. N. Browning j. W. Robbins r. M. Love Chas. Rogan c. K. Bell j. S. Kendall John h. Stephens District. Senator representative d. F. Goss d. E. Decker judge h. H. Wallace attorney Ira Webster deaf Smith county. Judge w. B. Boyd sheriff a. T. Inmon clerk f. B. Fuller treasurer Joe Killough assessor j. S. Wyche Surveyor. G. R. Jowell commissioners precinct no. In. R. Bradley precinct no. 2 r. N. Mounts precinct no. 3 Ira Aten precinct no. 4a. 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. 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. K 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. John Mcknight Geo. W. Dale Chancellor commander. K. Of r. And a. W. Of meets every wednesday evening at 8 of clock in the i. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting sovereigns always Welcome. J. T. Inmon m. 0. Meeks Council commander. Clerk. C. M. A. Meets every Friday evening in the court House at 8 of clock. E. Homer Inmon Herbert bigger president. . Hereford sanitary and improvement society. Meets on the second tuesday of each month at 3 p. In. In the court House. L. Gough f. B. Fuller president. Secretary. Methodist Home Mission Socie y. 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. Chu Ruth is. Christian. Rev. H. M. Banda pastor a services held on the first sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. M. 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. In. Baptist. Services held on the third sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Cumberland presbyterian. Rev. Charles Lotton pastor a services held on the fourth sunday of each month at 11 00 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Union sunday school every sunday at 10 00 a. In
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