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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives May 17 1901, Page 3

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 17, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter Friday May 17, loot w. W. Meeks photographer jeweler and graduate optician. Up to Date picture work. Jewelry and watch repairing. Eves scientifically pitted with glasses. Eves examined free. The finest lines of cigars and tobaccos at Joe Killough a. Try our i famous a a owl Brand a 10-cent movements of people you know Cigar for 5c. Uhf and other items picked up Here and there. R n mounts it who lives six i Miles West of town was registered bring your family to the restau Humphrey yesterday. He rant for sunday dinner. Lotf was negotiating the Sale of his sur plus cattle. J. O. Lindsey a prominent cattleman living about seven Miles South of town was a Welcome visitor at the reporter office yesterday and subscribed for the Only paper in the county. R. C. Phanstiel one of deaf Smiths successful cattlemen was in town thursday and before leaving authorized us to put his name on our subscription list. F i Joe Killough stationery books cigars and tobaccos confection eries fruit cold drinks ice Cream Parlours in connection Hereford Texas j Hereford reporter published weekly by Frank l. Vanderburgh the Only paper published in deaf Smith county subscription Price $1.50 per year Friday May 17, 1901 application made for second class mail matter privileges. Advertising rates display�?$1.00 per Inch per month with Liberal discount on Long time contracts. Locals ten cents per line first insertion five cents per line each succeeding insertion. All adv. Copy must be in by wednesday noon to insure insertion in current Issue. Advertising Bills due on the first of each month Job work on delivery. Lubbock is to have a National Bank. The erection of the building has been started. The Santa be has granted an increase of pay to its machinists throughout the entire system. Hon. W. M. Jenkins who for the past four years has been Oklahoma a Secretary of state was on monday inaugurated As governor of that territory. A on sunday and tuesday this Section of the Panhandle was again visited by refreshing Rains. That everything in the shape of cattle and crops Are doing Well goes without saying. A station agent t. J. Davis informs the reporter that on the 13th inst his receipts were Over $2000, and that up to and including that Date this month the receipts had been Over $6,000. Who says Hereford is not the business Center of the Plains the younger Brothers who have been confined in the Minnesota Penitentiary since 1876 because of the Northfield Bank robbery and murder of the cashier Are to be paroled under a Law passed especially for their Benefit. Under the Law they will not be permitted to leave the state. A a Man May use a wart on the Back of his neck for a Collar Button ride on the Back coach of the train to save interest on his Money until the conductor comes around Stop his watch to save Wear and tear leave his a a in and a a to without a Dot or Cross to save Ink pasture his mothers grave to save Corn but a Man of this kind is a gentleman compared to a fellow who will take a newspaper and when asked to pay for it puts it Back in the office and has it marked . A merry party consisting of j. P. Snyder h. Q. Thickstun Lewis Smith b. H. Smith and Willie Tygret took a trip to or. Smiths ranch j at Dimmitt. They report cattle and crops As being in an excellent condition. Miss Flossie Johnson the Youn 1 Ger daughter of or. And mrs. R. M. Johnson who has been attend ing Randolph College at Lancaster arrived Here on yesterday mornings train and will spend the summer vacation with her parents at this place. Mrs. John service and son Clarence of Amarillo spent monday with mrs. S. H. Mccracken. For Sale a wind Mill Tower 30 j feet High used Only one year As Good As new. 12tf Robert Humphrey. On tuesday l. A. Woodruff the Broom manufacturer brought into i this office a Bunch of Alfalfa 24 inches Long which was raised in Day Bros ranch situated about Twenty Miles Northeast of town in this county. When you Are thirsty or your girl wants ice Cream go to Joe Killough a Nice Cool cozy Parlours. 13tf you Are invited to inspect our handsome line of new dress goods and Spring novelties. Smith Walker amp co. 6tf Meeks amp Conoley the up to Date meat Market men Are having built under the supervision of their head Butcher w. T. Murphy a Large refrigerator or cold storage suitable to meet the needs of their Large and increasing patronage. An excellent showing. Herefords institution of finance is increasing its business rapidly. On the first Page of this Issue will be found the statement of the condition of the Hereford National Bank. A perusal will show that their business has made rapid strides Forward since their last report february 5th. Their deposits Are $51,958.89, a gain of $13,534.67, while their earnings Are $1,091, a gain of $853.19. This goes to prove the statement made in a former Issue of this paper that the Bank a business is in the hands of conservative Active and up to Date business men who have the implicit Confidence of All and Hereford May it Ell be proud of its institution of finance. At the directors meeting of May 14th it was decided to reduce their rate of interest to ten per cent thus sharing their profits with their patrons. Professional cords. E. W. Tinsley a d. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building residence at hotel Richey r. M. John sol m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new dal i building Hereford Texas All Calls attended to Day or night r. W. Bounds m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building Hereford Texas r. H. Gough m. D. Physician and surgeon j office at drug store opposite Bink Hereford Texas Witherspoon Ltd Gough attorneys at Law real estate and insurance notary in office office next door to Bank Hereford. Texas or. Claude Wolcott Eye ear nose and Throat specialist Eye and ear surgeon to St. Anthony Sanitorium Amarillo Texas first class the Best table accommodations in Hereford the Humphrey House near the depot Robert Humphrey proprietor Hereford Texas

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