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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - February 21, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday february 21, 1902. He refer Tom a of a a a it it ramp a up of a of a of g prices that please j amp a a a of a eth 3 Doz. Misses jackets formerly $2.25, 3 Doz. Jersey Over shirts formerly $1.00, 2 Doz. Jersey Over shirts formerly $ .50, 2 Doz. Jersey Over shirts formerly $ .60, 2 Doz. Macintoshes formerly $3.00, 2 Doz. Macintoshes formerly $7.00, 2 Doz. King k overcoats formerly $6.00, 2 Doz. Duck overcoats formerly $3.50, la Doz. Duck overcoats formerly $3.50, la Doz. Duck overcoats formerly $1.65, i Doz. Good Duck overcoats formerly $1.2 a Doz. Duck overcoats formerly $5.00, now $1.75 now .75 now .40 now .50 now 2.10 now 5.25 now 4.50 now 2.65 now 2.75 now 1.30 now 1.00 Nowr 3.75 t the leading i mercantile House it a a up a a up up a up a eth of the Pas handle notice. All parties indebted to the undersigned will please Call at Beach amp Orris store where you will find us. We want All accounts settled soon either with Money or note. All accounts due Mcglothlin amp Hinton Are payable at this store. 52it Beach amp Orr. Go to the Hereford Grain amp Coal company for the very Best Maitland Coal. 52tf commissioners court. Statement of the condition of the county a finances. Before me f. B. Fuller clerk county court in and for said county and state on this Day personally appeared w. B. Boyd county judge l. R. Bradly commissioner of precinct no. I Ira Aten commissioner of precinct no., 3 and a. P. Murchison commissioner of precinct no., 4 who being by me duly sworn did depose and say that the requirements of article 867, As amended by acts of 1897, Page 27, have been in All things fully complied with by them at the february term of said commissioners court and that the Cash and other assets mentioned in the said county treasurers quarterly report made by said treasurer to said court and i eld by him for the county have been fully inspected and counted by them balances february 1902. Jury fund first or. Or. Class. $116 22 Road and Bridge fund,2nd class $346 16 general fund 3d class. 113 52 court House and jail fund 4th class. 583 39 school fund 5th class. 233 51 Cash on hand feb. 1,1902. 466 30 totals $929 55 $929 55 w. B. Boyd county judge Ira Aten come a proc. No. 3, a. P. Murchison come a prec. No. 4. Sworn to and subscribed to before me this 14th Day of february a. I d. 1902. F. B. Fuller county clerk. By e. R. Rice Deputy. Card of appreciation. Having sold my interest in the i furniture business and bought c. L. Bound a interest in the drug business conducted by bound a amp Ward i wish to thank the people of Hereford and Vicinity for their patronage in the past and will be pleased to have the continuance of the same in my new business. 52-2t j. Mcglothlin. Subscribe for the reporter. Fresh bread at the restaurant Ltd done to miss the special sunday dinners at the Hereford House. 52tf l. D. Thomason the Amarillo piano dealer came in tuesday on business. W. N. Elkins a prominent cattle of Endee n. M., was in town monday and tuesday after supplies. For fresh fruits of All kinds go to Killough amp Montgomery 52tf miss Gyp Holland an experienced Milliner of Plainview was Here sat i urday with a View of locating a business of that kind Here. Frank Vaughn sheriff and tax j collector of Castro county was a j pleasant caller in town tuesday. He j ordered some official stationery printed at this office. Subscribe for the reporter for your friends�?5 subscriptions for $5. W. R. Keene a cattleman of Endee n. M., was in town monday and tuesday after supplies. Bring us your second hand Corn and oat sacks. 52tf Johnson amp Ferguson. De d. Smith of Childress who in june purchased the j. D. Files a Section three Miles Southwest of town was a pleasant visitor at this office monday. He has Given j. P. Snyder the contract for a cosy residence on his place which when finished will be occupied by his family. A i successors to Smith Walker cd co. Calori in Johnson Ferguson t tar Oral ii and Coal is sole agents for the celebrated it nil or a cad Maitland Coal or f-381 highest prices paid for hides of a most centrally located we will handle a full Lino Wagon Yard in town a 4> of Field se3cis 4? amp amp a a id Caf Quot your patronage is solicited it a 1 his is without doubt the Best piano sold in the pan i handle today. Its easy action and pure Clear Mellow tone give it a standing among competent musicians that is not reached by any Ether piano sold in these parts. The fact that during the thirty six years that the Mathushek piano has been manufactured Over thirty thousand have been sold and not a single Case of broken plate has been reported a eth the Lek p i a eth a eth a a Xhu s s is sufficient testimony As to the strength and stability of the Iron Frame one of the most important features of a piano. Only the Best of materials is used in the construction of this piano and the building of the same is entrusted Only to competent workmen who Are employed by the Day instead of by piece work As is common in All other makes. If you Are contemplating buying a piano it will be greatly to your advantage to investigate the qualities of this excellent instrument. We carry a Large Stock of these pianos at our store in Amarillo and will be pleased to show them to you whether you buy or not. Every instrument guaranteed. Yours for music j. E. Beasley agent Amarillo Texas
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