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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - October 25, 1901, Hereford, Texas Prospectors Are coming in every Day they Are All locating Here too. Vol. I. No. 36hereford, deaf Smith county Texas october 25, 1901 $1.50 per Yea the new opening. Galbreath amp Fox opened their new store last week and Are doing at least their share of the business of the town. They have one of the largest and Best assorted stocks of general merchandise in Hereford and have placed their prices at such a figure As Are moving the Stock rapidly. They Are going to carry every thing from a silk j dress to a Cook stove All kinds of dress goods and Cali Coes galore. The. Prices glance Over the last Page and see if they be beaten in the City. Any prices in the City will be duplicated by this firm. Call and see them. Our Wool dress goods department is now Complete and we can show you some very late novelties that you cannot find elsewhere in town Smith Walker amp co. 35-lt for High Grade jewelry Bounds amp Lipscomb a. Go to 2st just across the Street from the Post office fresh fruits and vegetables Lemons a125 cents per dozen. Fine and Good. James Harris. Call and see him. The latest songs at Bounds amp lip Scombs a Ltd order of commissioners court prohibiting the Sale of intoxicating liquors in deaf Smith county. Be to remembered that on the 19th Day of october a. D. 1901, there wis begun and Holden a special term of the Hon. Commissioners court of diff Smith county Texas for the purpose of opening the polls and counting the votes cast at an election held oct j Ober 5th a. D. 1901, for the purpose of de terming whether or not the Sale of intoxicating liquors shall be prohibited in deaf Smith county Texas at which the Hon. W. Boyd county judge was presiding i mounts commissioner of Price not no. 2. And Ira Aten commissioner of precinct j no. 3 were present and county clerk f. B. I Fuller and sheriff j. T. Inmon j were in attendance when the following proc j endings were had to wit the court proceed to open the polls an j canvass the returns of the said special ele-1 action which said canvass shows the result of the ballot to be 105 votes for prohibition and 1 86 votes against prohibition. It appearing that of the total vote cast in deaf Smith co j unto at said election there is a majority of l9 votes for prohibition. We the commissioners court of deaf Smith county therefore declare the result of ballot in the aforesaid election to be 105 i votes for and 86 votes against prohibition it is therefore ordered by this court that j the Sale of intoxicating liquors except for j the purposes and under the regulations prov j died by Law under title 69 of the revised statutes be and the same is prohibited in 1 deaf Smith county Texas until such time i As the qualified voters there in May at a Legal election held for that purpose by a j majority vote decide otherwise. The foregoing minutes read and a j proved in open court it is ordered that 1 this court do now stand adjourned. Approved oct. 19th, 1901. W. B. Bova county judge attest f. B. Fuller co. Clerk. 57vi the of Texas county of deaf Smith if b. Fuller to a. I Strinel shift Ign. Cd wholesale and retail vib Ali. % i a All kinds of hardware. Call and exam in our line Bufor Purcha in a 5 our Stock of harvesting machinery full and Complete and we can z will save you Money Irti. A a. J. W. Hough Hough amp son contractors and Quot builders. We can show you. The most modern designs Ano plans for dwell at a Cost of from $300. To $15,000. Allwork guaranteed. The Busy Stoe Garner amp Patton props. Bbb met bilt it but a b a a a Mcglothlin amp minion a a a. A a Vuk a a a a a j cd Frt Keim i furniture dealers. I i when Quality talk i la ii he i try a or of t f full Rill is fit 5 we go a Luau Ivy when you see and Outing cloths Dom dry goods Here suitable for miss 8 1-3 and Loc cd. Autumn Wear Lingl and House dresses tics Are 36-in. Wid it Brown 5 for Blea Are e. Les to 7 1-2, 10 and 12c cd. Alld up to 8 1-3, 10 and 12c a 4 1-2 i per rat Iron Beds from 3.50 to 10.00 rockers 1.50 to 5.50. At bed room suits 16.50 to 70.00 bed Couch 5.50 to 18.00 m clerk of the county court i Smith county reins by window shades 35c to 1.25. A dbl a a a carpets linoleum and rugs a i that the foregoing to a tru h commissioners court minutes 599. We dress saw at close prices. A Good line of pictures and mouldings of All kinds. If a i t Bibb Given under my hand and Eal of Otic ibis 23rd Day of october a d. 1901, Seal of b. Full is clerk c. C collars collars collars Smith. Walker amp co. C6-11 1.1

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