The Western Searchlight (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 19, 1903 Page: 7 of 12
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Something New Under the Here-
It is with great pleasure that we
announce to the ladies of Hereford
that we are now ready to open a
department of domestic science in
our College. We have secured Miss
Delia Harris, a graduate from the
largest and best Agricultural and
Industrial Colleges in the west, to
take charge of it.
The day has long since past when
young ladies in order to be accom-
plished must confine their education
to foreign languages and art for now
they must also be familiar with the
art of cooking and sewing in order
to hold their place among college
We do not need to tell you how
necessary it is for every housewife
to know not only the way to cook
food but also its chemical composi-
tion and effect upon the body. The
health and happiness of a family de-
pends more upon the cookery than
upon any one other thing, for as
Owen Meredith says:
We may live without poetry, music
We may live without conscience,
and live without heart;
We may live without friends; we
may live without books,
But civilized man cannot live
Through the kindness of Mr. Ty-
gret we extend a cordial invitation
to the ladies of Hereford to attend a
demonstration to be given by Miss
Harris in the dining room of the
Ritchie House on Saturday, Sept.
19th at 9 o'clock. She will explain
more fully her Chautauqua course.
Rates to Roswell Fair.
The Pecos Valley System will
make a rate of $4.80 for the round
trip to Roswell, N. M. Tickets will
be sold from Sept. 21 to 24 inclu-
sive good for 15 days from date of
sale with stopover privileges at all
intermediate points during the life of
What The Future Holds in Store?
It is a scaled book which only
Time can open.
Have you provided for your family
in the event of your death?
Have you provided for your own
independence at the time when you
will be mustered out of the ranks of
business, disqualified by infirmity,
old age,or disease?
Such a time must ¿orne to every
A policy taken now in the New-
York Life will banish all worry, heart-
ache and regret when th*t inevitable
To-morrow may be too late. You
may then be unable to get one of the
New-York Life's Accumulation Poli-
Do It Now!
SAM H. MORRIS
Is the New-Vork Life Reprcseata.
tive. Sec biai at The Westera
Natioaal Baak j* j* jt jt
Report of the Condition of The
Western National Bank, at Here-
ford, in the State of Texas, at
the close of business, September
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, sccured and unse-
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
Banking house, furniture and fix-
Due from State Banks and
Due from approved reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Fractional paper currency, nick-
els, and cents
Lawful Money Reserve in
Legal-tender notes 1,000.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir-
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 1,100.59
National Bank notes outstanding 12,500.00
Due to other National Banks 10,435.98
Individual deposits subject to
Time certificates of deposit 6,550.00
State of Texas, i
County of Deaf Smith. /
I, F. B. Fuller, Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
F. B. Fuller, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
14th day of September, 1903.
Sam H. Morris, Notary Public.
W. S. Higgins, i
Ross W. Davis, Directors.
Jno. P. Slaton. I
To the Public.
We, the undersigned, are put to a
great expense to provide the city of
Hereford with clean, up-to-date meat
markets. We believe that the pub-
lic should appreciate our efforts to
provide the people of Hereford with
enterprises of this kind and purchase
their meats from us. Our expenses
for rents, ice and telephone accom-
modations amount to no little sum
and we believe that the people
should patronize us instead of buy-
ing their meat from peddlars who
pay nothing toward the city's im-
provements. After the first
of September we will sell for cash
only and will thus be enabled to meet
the prices of the peddlers. Will
you give us your patronage? Don't
you think we deserve it.
W. E. Reid,
28t4 Harmon & Hess.
There will be services both morn-
ing and evening Sunday at the court
house. For good and sufficient rea-
sons several appointments have
elapsed so let every one who pos-
sibly can be present Sunday.
A.W. Crawford, Pastor.
' GOLDEN SEAL '
HIGH PATENT PREMIUM
Is the new and superb brand ©f Flour we are
now putting on the market. We buy it and
the Old Reliable Peacemaker direct from the
mills in Fresh Car Load Lots. Our stuff is
the Real Article; that's why we are popular.
BUY JOHNSON'S GROCERIES
and be pleaed. We are moving to the large
new Fuller brick where we will be even better
prepared to serve you. It's our business to
see that you are well fed.
ALLOW US PLEASE
JOHN A. JOHNSON
J^THE GROCERYMAN 'PHONE
t HEREFORD FUEL OIL CO. S
Á DEALERS IN A
J Beaumont Crude Oil, Manufactured lee %>
§ and the Genuine Primrose "Nigger M
Z Head" Coal Z
.1 "Once you try it, youH always buy it" fT
' Your patronage will be appreciated and given prompt attention n
£ PH0NE 76 TROY WOMBLE, Manager 5
15he NEW MARKET
WE SELL FOR CA5H ONLY
We cordially solicit your patronage. Juicy
meats of the highest order. Prompt and
obliging service. Telephone No. 15
H ereford Meat Market
W. E. REID, Proprietor
FURNITURE BHD UNDERTHKEB S GOODS
STILL GOING AT AND
C. E. SPATH & CO
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Stocks, C. L. The Western Searchlight (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 19, 1903, newspaper, September 19, 1903; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142607/m1/7/?rotate=270: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.