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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives May 17 1901, Page 2

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 17, 1901, Hereford, Texas 2 Hereford reporter Friday May 17, 1901 first big Bass. Caught by Sam Dunn weighed pounds. Last monday evening Sam Dunn herefords crack Fisherman and Hunter and the editor of this paper hied themselves to that prettiest of streams the Tierra Blanco in quest of a few specimens of the finny tribe which abound in countless numbers in that Stream. After catching ten Black Bass Only three of which we were allowed to need in accordance with w the unwritten Law which is in Force among the Tierra Blanco fishermen and which is that All Bass caught under a Pound in weight shall be placed Back in the River the writer returned Home having some business to attend which would not Well be put off leaving or. Dunn to Cope successfully As it proved with the flighty denizens of the deep. About 8 of clock in the evening or. Dunn came Waltzing into town bearing in his sack ten of the finest specimens of Tierra Blanco Bass that it has been the writers Fortune to see. The three largest weighed 4$, 2 and 2\ pounds respectively. Sam says they would have weighed More had it not been for the fact that no funnel and shot were obtainable. On tuesday morning a number of or. Dunn a friends had the exquisite pleasure of eating Bass for their morning repast the writer being included for which or. Dunn has our deepest hats we come into this world All naked and Bare we go through this life a 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 Shoethe Best known shoe in the world Garner St Patton j Stamps with Date of this paper to c. A. Snow amp co., Washington d. C. Bitten by a Rattlesnake. Gertie Dillon the five year old daughter of or. And mrs. W. Dillon who live about twelve Miles East of town on sunday morning while playing in a Field near where her father was looking Over his crops had the misfortune to be bitten by a Rattlesnake. She was immediately brought to the Ritchey House and drs. Tinsley and Johnson summoned who dressed the wound and administered an antidote. At last accounts she was doing Well and no serious results Are anticipated. List of patents granted to Texas inventors this week reported by c. A. Snow amp co., Patent attorneys Washington d. C Frank Collins Austin combined turning and leveling plow c. O. Green Centerpoint medicated Rock Salt g. W. Wilkes fort Worth closet Cistern and valve therefor p. Riley san Antonio bit attachment. R. Crow Henderson Lapel Spring for Coats g. W. Durant Alvin Sash Fastener s. T. Foster jr., Laredo multiple Telegraph g. A. Kelly Longview plow j. M. King Waco press for Cotton Wool Hay Etc. J. A. Mcrae Cedarpark Hay press w. Spear Tyler burial apparatus a c. Stulting Shimer buckle. For copy of any of above patents Send ten cents in postage removed the obstacle. A couple that wanted to get married in Centerville but be cause the Groom was too Young to secure the License were not to be kept apart by such a trifle As that. They secured the services of a lawyer who Drew up a common Law contract for them and they both signed and acknowledged it and filed with the clerk for record. They then went Home Happy. Although not yet 21 years old the Groom was a widower and the Bride was a record. Directory 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 were you Ever Ion a Thistle Smith Walker amp and Field seeds exclusive agents for genuine Gohl. Not on the Ordinary much despised Canadian Thistle but on the Thistle bicycle. A of not come and get on ours we have the Agency for this celebrated make a a it of wheel and Are prepared to demonstrate that it is the Best bicycle made. If you contemplate buying a wheel this season done to fail to inspect the Thistle. We would be pleased to show it to you buy or no buy. On inspection and for Sale at the reporter office is Hereford Texas judge. Attorney h. H. Wallace 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. Voweil 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 . 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. A 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 s. W. Of w. Meets every wednesday evening at 8 of clock in the i. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting sovereigns always Welcome. J. T. Inmon m. O. Meeks Council commander. Clerk. C. M. A. 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 society. Meets once each month. Mrs. M. F. Finnicum president. Baptist ladies Aid society. Mrs. Geo. W. Irwin president. Home Charity society. Meets on thursday of each week. Mrs. A. E. Mckellar . 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 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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