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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 3, 1902, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter Friday january 3, iqo2�?z Post office hours general delivery open from 6 00 a. In. To 7 00 p. In. Office open sunday for an Hoar after morning Church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery p. M. P. V. Amp n. T. Time table pass. Train leaves no. 201, South bound 11 12 a. M no. 202, North bound 4 53 p. M stage to Dimmitt. La. Hereford at 7 30 a. In. Daily sex. Sunday a. Dimmitt at 12 00 m. La. Dimmitt at 1 00 p. In. A. Hereford at 6 00 p. In. Stage to Endee la. Hereford mondays fridays at 6 a. In a. Endee a a at 8 p. In la. Endee tuesdays saturdays at 6 a. In a. Hereford a a at 8 p. In we Hek of interest happenings in our Busy county seat briefly told. Smoke the owl at car dwells. 34t� Andrew May was in from Castro county wednesday. Wesley Lisle of Granbury is visiting his Cousin toe Killough. John e. Day the prosperous North draw cattleman was in town monday. 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 mrs. Jno. E. Ferguson and son Olliver returned monday from Amarillo where they had been spending Christmas. Henry Davenport returned tuesday from his Christmas vacation spent among Eastern and Southern Texas friends. Will the party who borrowed Sam Morris Bunch of keys please return them his trunk key is in the Bunch and he needs it. Gough drug store o. F. Smith manage drugs medicines toilet goods and Fine stationery prescriptions filled accurately with the purest drugs. Telephone. Store no. 26 residence no. 28 b. C. D. Bynum went to Canyon tuesday on business. Barclay Bell of Dimmitt was in town yesterday and today. Miss Johnnie Johnson is visiting her parents on the North draw. Judge Kerr of Dimmitt was a pleasant caller in town tuesday. Bomb Friday january 3, 1902, to or. And mrs. George e. Bums a girl. Smith Walker amp co. Are going to close out at once. You know what that Means dry goods at any old Price. 46-lt the different ministers of the gospel Are engaged in taking a census of Hereford. The result will be of interest to our citizens. S. S. Evants returned from his ranch wednesday having had a few Days Outing in killing wolves. He captured three of the if you Are tired of wearing your old hat come to mrs. M. M. Roberts and buy new trimming at Cost Ard make it new. There is a bargain for you. 46-lt j. W. Hough amp son have the contract for erecting a five room residence for j. T. Rutherford on the latter slots recently purchased of e. H. Full Wood. Troy Wombie has moved the old House on his lot next to e. O. Fiera bends residence and built thereon a neat cottage which will be occupied by w. Ii. Rayzor. Having dissolved partnership with mrs. M. M. Roberts i will Cany on my millinery business in d. R. Gass amp sons store where i will be pleased to continue to do your millinery work. 46-lt j. N. Loughlin of Stevensville is visiting his brother l. D. Loughlin. He has 90 head of 4-year-old steers at Amarillo and expects to buy a ranch property rear Here and make Hereford his Home. Or. W. J. Rogers accompanied j by his son Fletcher paid this office a pleasant visit yesterday. Or. Rogers will build a residence and bring his family Here to live. We j extend them a cordial Welcome. I .4 Al a a it a 4 Al it Al Al Al St Al Al Al Al Al Al .4 .4 a 4 Al Al Al 4 4 .a1 a it it Al Al Al Al .4 a 4 Alt l 4 Al ii Al Al ii Al Al Al ii Al a your banking no matter How Small no matter How Large thl Heriford National Bank will give it careful attention. .4 leave us your valuable papers for Safe keeping in our fire proof vault interest paid on time deposits officers Jno. E. Ferguson prot a Dent f. J. Clink in Kard f. M. Avis Vry pro cd it it stringfellow Hume hardware co. Have just opened a Nice line of China and glassware. 4ju rat Jowella a spirited team ran away sunday and turned his buggy Over but fortunately Little damage was done. We have just finished taking inventory and if you need anything in the dry goods line we will sell it to you for less than first Cost. Smith Walker amp co. 46-lt Walter Phanstiel returned monday to the oyo ranch in Castro county where he will assist in finishing the improvements being made on that ranch by contractor Snyder w. R. Ward who recently purchased a. J. Lipscomb s interest in the Bounds a Lipscomb drug store came in wednesday from Bridgeport to assume his duties in the drug store. Or. Ward is a registered pharmacist of nine years experience. A a a a a .4 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 4 a a Al a a a a a a a a a a a a 4 a a a a a a 4 4 a a a j. W. Hough amp son who have the contract for building the new livery stable for Cox amp Davis have nearly completed their work. The old building will be razed and when the new building is finished it will be thirty feet longer than the old one. Or 140 feet Long by 30 feet wide. J. W. Hough amp son the contractors have secured the services it if Jas. Thomas who is Well Ami favourably known As a Cord Factor and builder in these parts. De f. Connell came in from his Endee n. Ranch on wednesday and left that night for Amarillo to see if he could get any satisfaction from a Bunch of 75 fat steers consigned to Tamblyn amp Tamblyn of Kansas City who recently failed de thinks he will lose the whole amount. He will move his Bunch of cattle numbering about 250 head from the ranch he formerly owned in Lamb county to his Endee ranch. A a $ �74 Bounds amp Ward retailers and jobbers in p u i e d r l g s a sundries i stationery toilet articles x solid Gold jewelry x it it if you need any dry goods shoes i or in fact anything in the general merchandise line the reporter would Call your attention to the locals of Smith Walker so co they Are going out of business and you will be Able to get most anything in the dry goods line for one half Price. 46-lt Hereford meat Market m. O. Meeks prop. Steaks chops sausages fish and packing House supplies constantly on hand Nice fat turkeys delicious new mince meat Market on Dewey Avenue Tell hone no

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