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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - August 23, 1901, Hereford, Texas Vol. I. No. 27 Hereford deaf Smith county Texas August 23, Itoi $1.50 per year movements of people you know and other items picked up Here and there. Joe Killough went to Amarillo yesterday circus and business. Buy your school books tablets and pencils at or. Gough a drug store. 27tf will Harlan joined the crowd and saw the show at Amarillo yesterday. D. R. Cass and daughters miss Bruin and Imo spent yesterday in Amarillo. Or. W. E. Robertson the dentist went to Amarillo yesterday morning in business. Rat j of cd i returned saturday from his trip to Bob i. T. G. R. Hay and family enjoyed the show at Amarillo yesterday. B. T. Hinton and family t it of in the circus and sights at Amarillo yesterday. Cattle inspector Sam Dunn went up the Road yesterday morning an i saw the circus at Amarillo. Sheriff j. T. In mull w ent Down the Road yesterday morning to Roswell. N. M., on official hardware co. Incorporated wholesale Ani retail dealers in Bain and Mitchell wagons. Barbed wire hardware water supplies implements and windmills. Stores at Amarillo Canyon City and Hereford Texas. Smith Walker amp co. Have had their delivery Wagon painted and lettered. It presents quite a Cit like Harwell proprietor of James Fulfer of Dimmitt was a pleasant caller at the reporter office wednesday. Lost a Waterman a Ideal flt in Tain pen on last evening somewhere i on Dewey Avenue. Finder please return to this office. Mrs. A. E. Mcneilar spent a few Days this week with mrs. W. H. Clary at the latter s ranch East of town. Miss Belle Jones of Endee. N. came in wednesday and was am gang those that enjoyed the circus at Amarillo yesterday. F. W. Nations was in from Endee n. M., yesterday after supplies. While Here he purchased a Good sized Bill of lumber from e. W. Dyer a sons. W. A. R Dis n and o. A. Davidson threw aside business cares and went to Amarillo. An j a a is a Cirrus. I. F. J it Hanson raised a Watermelon in his Garden weighing 45 pc ids. This is the largest we i have heard it of. Can you beat it the. Hereford a Saloon specialities. Fine wines whiskers and cigars j. T. Rutherford a prominent ranch Man living twelve Miles Northwest of town was in wednesday. He says everything is or sperm at his place. Having purchased the ice Cream and confectionery business of g. E. Burns amp co we have rearranged the store and Stock and Are now prepared to s Rve ice Cream cold drinks tobaccos cigars confection eries fruits canned goods Etc., Etc. S. S. Evants return. From his ranch wednesday having spent the past week building fences and making other improvements. He says his cattle Are looking Fine John Boyd has resigned his position at be Killough a to give his ranch his p Ronal attention. Dalton Johnson has accepted the p ution made vacant by or. Boyds re signal n. The wounds of Lawrence Avis the Little s a of or. And mrs. I. Avis we 0 0 a it b t by a ?,r.0.< 1 about the head and neck by being thrown to in a Burro into a wire Fence Arr now entirely healed. The lit or fellow suffered much severe pain but end ired it with a fortitude equal to a grown Man anti we Are pleased to Bote that his pains Are ended from the trying ordeal. Walter Bradley who has been Laid up since last june with a broken a a came in wednesday for the firs time since his acc Lent. We Are glad. To n the that his injury is improve g As rapidly As could be expected. F. T Denson the leading Phot a graphic artist of Amarillo formerly of this place came in tuesday to superintend the loading on the car of i. H. It a. C or i son has erected a Large and Well lighted studio in the business nor of Amarillo and with a first class outfit will give the Amarillo people their Money Worth in his line. Mrs. I it a a in a. I do by Irr. Aft c tour Uday Strain for Amarillo where they will henceforth re. 1 this excellent family was among the first to become residents of Hereford and it was with deep regret that their Many friends witnessed their departure. Your patronage is solicited Beach amp Orr b. C d Bynum spent yester Lay in Amarillo with friends Ira Alen and family went to Amani yesterday and attended the circus. Will the 1 in had very urge i r. E. Amo. A i c a. Is of course. Or Gough is the agent for the state accepted school books go to i his drug store for them. 27tf miss Pearl Hancock returned t. Amarillo wednesday morning after i a. J in we Avat a a i r i in. S. H Madden of the Legal firm of Browning amp Madden of Amarillo i spent last monday in Hereford in j Cormel to 1 with the Hinton is. John i son Case. A p in of the firm to plem Ais amp v , at be. And we i of i k a re a e. Or. C monday morning and spent the Day in town prof. Burtt Well known throughout South and Central Texas As an optician and Eye specialist is Here for a Short time being located at the la House we have visited prof. Burtt s office and sex Arr Quot f Eye coeds and can truthfully say that he has All the latest and newest designs in spectacle frames and Eye glasses in .1 in a i u pm of Quot Aly la in no my it we have also met several of our townsmen who Are acquainted with the professor and they say he is perfectly reliable and an expert in his business blocks and fourteen houses Are being erected Here

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