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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 3, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday january a iq02. R. H. Norton horses cattle Hoos stallions. I have for Sale a few Good Young stallions of Morgan and steel dust Breeding the latter predominating. They have the size style color and action. They Are the Best All around horse for the country that can be bought. I sell them Worth the Money. If in need of a stallion it will pay you to see or write me before purchasing. Bulls and cows. In the cattle line i have eight registered Hereford bulls from 16 to 20 months old seven High grades seven to thirty months old. These bulls were brought Here As calves and Are now in Only moderate flesh. Buyers can thereby Tell just what they Are buying and pay for it accordingly. I also have fifty head Good Grade shorthorn cows bred to Hereford bulls at live and let live prices. Boars and gilts. I invite your Especial attention to my Berkshire hogs. Herd headed by Elma Majestic Windsor and Texas King. Have a few Young boars now ready for service also a few Good gilts from three to six months old. Remember i guarantee my hogs to give satisfaction. Not me but you to say whether or not you have your Money a Worth. Visitors always Welcome. See or write me if you want anything in my line of business. R. H. Norton Hereford Texas jew Smet hardware new so we have just opened up a full line of hardware stoves Queens Are glassware we will also handle wire wagons and farming implements we solicit a share of the Public patronage Garrison Bros. Store in the Hay Block Hereford to real estate transfers. Hereford reporter published weekly by Frank l. Vanderburgh the Only paper published in deaf Smith county subscription Price $1.50 per year entered at the Post office at Hereford Texas As second class mail matter. Advertising rates display--$1.00 per Inch per month with Liberal discount on Long time contracts locals ten cents per line first insertion five cents per line each succeeding insertion. All adv. Copy must be in by wednesday noon to insure insertion in current Issue. Advertising Bills due on the first of each month Job work on delivery. Friday january 3, iq02 oct Speer of Bowie seeks the support of our readers in his candidacy for the office of associate Justice of the court of civil appeals. A the agitation for incorporation should not cease. Hereford is Large enough and the additional taxes caused thereby would not be burdensome to anyone. The new battleship a a Missouri was launched at Newport news saturday. Miss Marion Cockrell daughter of senator Cockrell christened the new vessel. I Are we to continue the services of a night watchman the month for which or. Mathis was employed expires tonight. If it is necessary for fire Protection the business men had better be up and a doing. A to further the interests of the sugar Trust Congress is asked to take the duty off from cuban raw sugar and molasses. If that product is to come in free Why not let All of cubans products in free or is the sugar Trust another one of the present administrations pets Maclay refused to resign upon request and was therefore summarily dismissed from the naval service by the president. This move on the part of the president is commendable but such a Coward As Macias has proved himself to be should be Given no Opportunity to a we have received a letter from j. Montgomery of Wichita Falls announcing his candidacy for judge of the court of civil appeals of this District. We Are not acquainted with the gentleman but the fact that he has the endorsement of our fellow townsman f. M. Avis is Good enough for us. In speaking with the latter gentleman in regard to or. Montgomery a candidacy he said that he was thoroughly fitted for the office he seeks and deserves the support of All. Beaumont Oil a Success. On wednesday the reporter representative paid a visit to the residence of w. H. Rayzor to see a demonstration of Beaumont Oil As a fuel. In the Cook stove a fire was started and in thirteen minutes the stove was hot enough to boil water and in seventeen minutes the oven was hot enough to bake bread. One of the decided advantages of Oil As a fuel is that in cooking or baking the stove can be kept at an even temperature without any attention. The same applies to a heating stove As Well. Or. Rayzor uses the Henderson Burner of which he and Troy worn ble Are the agents. The Hereford manufacturing company is building them an Oil tank which will hold 186 v barrels and As soon As this is i finished these gentlemen will be prepared to fit your stove with an Oil Burner and furnish Oil in any Quantity desired. Smith Walker amp co. Are going to close out at once. You know what that Means dry goods at any old Price. 46-it or. Nelson the Well known Panhandle dentist is stopping in town for a few Days. C. L. And b. H. Bounds bought 640 acres situated eight Miles Northeast of town monday consideration $1440. W. U. Land co. To g. H. Guinn one Section lying ten Miles Northeast of town consideration $1600. Frank Chestnut to w. M. Butcher one Section in Castro county consideration $1000. Witherspoon amp Gough to w. M. Butcher one Section in Castro county consideration $1440. Witherspoon amp Gough to Frank Chestnut two sections in Castro county consideration $2880. Witherspoon amp Gough to George Arney one Section in Castro county consideration $1440. Witherspoon amp Gough to e. H. Fullwood one Section in Castro county consideration $1440. Witherspoon amp Gough to a. C. And g. F. Price two sections in Castro county consideration $2880. Dry goods must go at any Price at once so if you need any at your own Price come in. Smith Walker amp co. 46-lt r. J. Kibbe and f. M. Avis returned wednesday from a business trip to Amarillo. Will do a Cash business. Galbreath amp Fox make the announcement in their Page adv. Tha they will henceforth sell no Good on credit but will make Price so lows that it will pay you to by goods of them and pay Cash instead of buying elsewhere on credit. Thi enterprising firm has contracted of a Page adv. In each Issue of the re Porter in which will be advertise attractive prices of interest to Ever buyer of general merchandise. W. 0. W. Elect officers. At the regular meeting of the Woodmen of the world held wednesday evening the following officer were elected for the ensuing year j. Inmon c. C. H. G. Tucker adv. Lieut. A. B. Bynum clerk l. I. Mathis banker j. H Tumbow escort b. Hinton watchman l. Loughlin sentry w. Womble and m. O. Meeks managers r. W. Bounds Camj physician. Hypnotic dentistry. Or. Nelson dentist will extract Teeth Between 9 and la a. Rn., and i 30 and 3 30 p. In. Sacii Day at the Ritchey House without pain by Means of hypnotism or otherwise and will be in Hereford in the near future to do All kinds of dental work at reasonable prices. References Given. All work guaranteed. The Pecos amp Northern Texas by. Will sell round trip tickets to Elpaso Jan. La and 12, account midwinter carnival. Tickets Good for return until Jan. 31. Don a. Sweet g. P. A. J. Davis local at. Dissolution notice. Notice is hereby Given that the firm of Osburne amp Roberts has this Day been dissolved the former retiring. Mrs. Anna Osburne. Jan. I �?T02. Mrs. M. M. Roberts. M. Palmer who returned yesterday from Ardmore i. T., where he was called by the death of his brother in Law or. A. J. Wolverton says that there is an abundance of malaria and Kindred diseases at that place but a great shortage of feed for Stock. He lost no Opportunity in exploiting the advantages of the Panhandle country in general and Hereford in particular. On his return or. Palmer paid a Brief visit to his former Home Wichita Falls. Photo Cut. These prices while my card Stock lasts $3.00 cabinets for 99c 4.00 a a a a $2.50 5.00 a a a a 4.00 20 stamp photos for 25c the Rush is now on. Royal Hubbel. Meeks old gallery. 45tf
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