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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - February 14, 1902, Hereford, Texas Vol. I. No. 52 Hereford deaf Smith county Texas febuary 14, Igoa $1.50 per year it new drug firm. J. M. Mcglothlin buys c. L. Bounds interest in the firm of Bounds amp Ward. On saturday last a Deal was consummated whereby j. M. Mcgloth Lin purchased the interest of c. L. Bounds in the drug firm of Bounds amp Ward. Or. Mcglothlin has heretofore been engaged in the furniture business and has made for himself an enviable reputation for fair dealing and business integrity. Or. Ward while a new Comer in our town has proved himself a careful mixer of medicines and has the Confidence of the prescription taking Public he being a registered pharmacist. With two such men conducting this business there i3 no question of doubt As to the Success of the business being kept up to its present High Standard. Or. Bounds the retiring member of this firm will engage in the cattle business with his father and Brothers they now having a very respectable Herd of cattle which will be increased As soon As practice. Or. Bounds has Many friends in this Vicinity who will join the reporter in wishing him unbounded Success in his new venture. Emmett Cardwell Sells. Joe Killough with l. A. Montgomery again assumes charge of this popular resort. Joe Killough and l. A. Montgomery on monday purchased the confectionery business of Emmett Cardwell. Or. Killough formerly conducted this business but sold it to or. Cardwell last fall and his Many friends will be pleased to learn that he will again serve them during the i coming summer with Cool and re freshing drinks to say nothing of j the fruits confection eries and ice j Cream. The popularity and business j qualification of these two gentlemen i Are too Well known to our readers to i need any recommendations from us or. Killough being county treasurer i of deaf Smith county and or. Mont j Gomery being the efficient postmaster of Hereford and that they will re j chive their share of the business in that line is an assured fact. The business will be continued at the present stand. Stringfellow Hutney hardware co. Wholesale and retail dealers in glassware greenery Snell hardware. Sidler and harness doors St and eclipse windmills full line of imps Menlo phone no. 48 a everyone made Welcome a Sam h. Morris m. Jacobsgaard the Hereford House Morris amp Jacob of or. Morris withdraws Hereford manufacturing co Jack Harwell has purchased an interest in the business a will enlarge. The Many friends of Jack Harwell will be pleated to learn that he has purchased an interest in the Hereford manufacturing company and will remain a citizen of Hereford and continue to be an instrument in the up building of Hereford Ani the Panhandle country. It is the intentions of the firm to build a business Block suitable for their business with a Large work shop in the rear. They will also be prepared to build anything in their line which can be built anywhere. Their motto will be 4no contract too Large or too Small and fair treatment to t. R. Reagan the manager is an excellent Workman having a i a Long and varied experience in the plumbing and tinning business. That they will be successful in their enlarging venture goes without saying. Button photo made from any picture. Write to r it Yal Hubbell Miami Florida. 52 4tp from the race for county clerk on account of his son s illness. It was with regret that we read the following clipping in the Gainesville Register on account of sickness in my family for the past two months and which is at this writing with one member at a critical stage i feel it due first to my family next to my friends and third to myself that i withdraw from the race for county clerk for under these circumstances it is impossible for me to continue a canvass of the county. My friends have my Best my Heartfelt thanks for their constant and Loyal support and to one and All will i Ever be profoundly grateful and stand ready in future As in the past when the Opportunity presents itself to do All in my Power in the Way of favors to them. With thanks again to my friends i am yours gratefully j. F. Morris. I or. Morris is Well known Here i and had Many friends who had hoped that he would be the next county i clerk of Cooke county and from All accounts he would have been an easy Winner had not serious sickness in j his family prevented his continuing in the race. The reporter joins 1 Bis Many friends Bere in deeply j the first class and up to Date hotel of Hereford live and let live rates convenient to depot new House new furniture sympathizing with him in his hour of almost full grown As if they wer trouble and sincerely Hope that his the work of the enchanter s magic Little son May be spared to live. Wal build a town Parmer county to have a hustling town in Bovina manager a. G. Boyce has recently sold 28,000 acres of land at $2.50 per acre Cut up in Small sections the purchasers paying extra for windmills and All improvements. Fencing was paid for at a rate of $100 a mile and Windmill Wells at $600. In conversation with the manager on wednesday he informed us that he would now sell off in Small parcels to suit purchasers the land in the Vicinity of Bovina at which Point a Fine City is to be built up. A there will be no question about purchasers As the land in that Vicinity is the richest and most desirable soil in the Panhandle a remarked manager Boyce to a reporter. Capt. A. S. J to Wren of Georgetown Surveyor for the Xix is already Here and will enter the Field at once and in a months time the land will be ready i for occupancy thus Are populous j towns and cities built in this wonderful land of ours. They Spring up j Wand. Where last month howled the lonely Coyote today stands the hustling town pulsing with life Ani activity. And the world goes Channing courier. Bovina is the county seat of Farmer county and would no doubt be a Good Little town if it was properly pushed. Selling out. I am offering for Sale my House and lots horses and buggy and the awing list of household goods flt i set furniture oak$18 i parlor Organ miller$40 3 parlor chair Akers $1.50 each or $7.50 8 joint4 each two ply car matting i sets. Per Ach inc $12.50 i i mattresses s2.5c 7 sets. A a Ach 2 re i air t a Mil i ight heat stove pipe i sets. Pet $5 i of a a Yua.  #4 i a1 sewing r dining t Able $2 each i Bachelor 2 Zinc tubs 75c boiler $ i i clot i pitch Fork 5oct i $8 i v dishes 1 cooking v serves etc., in pm p id see the rax1 nests ? Ann a. Moore subscribe for the full str

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