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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 10, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday january to iq02. Ii movements of people you know and other items picked up Here and there. George l. Muse twas in yesterday from his ranch. Ii a Iii the Brand a a it i Dyer amp sons # 0 j. P. Cullop of Dimmitt was in k town wednesday. Ii 9 retail dealers in i lumber shingles Sash doors f and All kinds of building material i b. H. Smith moved into his new residence yesterday. I we carry the largest and Best Supply of lumber to be a found in this Section of the country. Give a trial order i was in a from his Tierra i a i Blanca ranch wednesday. I 9 g Hereford k Yards at Texas i 1 _ a a a new monthly publication thnh will be devoted to the interim ests of the Panhandle. 9 i on or about March i 1w2, anew and exclusive venture in the Field of journalism will be launched in the Brand a monthly journal whose columns will be devoted to the up building of the entire Panhandle country. The Brand will be a 16-Page Magazine including the cover and will be printed on an excellent Quality of Book paper profusely illustrated with Fine half tone engravings a a everyone made Welcome a the Humphrey House Hobert Humphrey proprietor the first class and up to Date hotel of Hereford Plainview $ ii is of scenes and industries pertaining Royal Hubbell the photographer j a to the Panhandle of Texas. From i a typographical standpoint it will i be a work of Art and it will be the aim of the publishers to fill its Reading columns with up to Date spicy Reading matter of a nature that i will be a Strong Factor in the up building of the Plains both in popu lation and in industries. In politics the publication will be democratic but its politics will be confined to i those issues Only which pertain to the Plains. At the present time there is not a publication in the Panhandle of Texas which has any great influence outside of its immediate locality. And to fill this need the Brand will be put before the Public. Its editor will be or. B. P. Stone formerly editor of the Salisbury to Democrat the hot Springs Ark life and other Well known democratic publications. Or. Stone was also special correspondent for some time for the St. Louis sunday Republic and is a writer of exceptional ability. The subscription Price of the Brand will be $1.50 per year which is very Low. Considering the High Standard with which the journal will be maintained. new adv. In this Issue. H. G. Tucker a the Blacksmith has built Are addition to his shop. G. A. F. Parker of Claude was a business caller in town wednesday. G. W. Syms and wife Chi Castro county were visitors in town yesterday. W. R. Evants returned yesterday from an extended visit at Marietta i. T. James Smith and wife of Amarillo made Hereford a pleasant Call on wednesday. B. C. D. Bynum went to Amarillo monday on business returning on wednesday. J. W. Hough amp son Are erecting a three room House for will Stone near Bovina. L. F. Alby and wife returned wednesday from a Brief visit among Canyon friends. E. J. White has Given the contract to j. W. Hough amp son for a five room residence. Live and let live rates convenient to depot new House new furniture miss Iva Norton who has been visiting her Uncle. R. H. Norton reamed to Ber heme at Quanah yes erday. G. H. Russell of Gainesville came in tuesday and is prospecting for Nore of our land having purchased some Here on a previous visit. C. Ii. Harlan the drayman has i new adv. In this Issue. If you iced anything in his line give him a trial. He will treat you right. J. W. Hough a a. Hough Hough amp son contractors amt builders we can show you. The most modern designs and plans for dwellings at a Cost of from $300 to $15,000 Allwork guaranteed j. W. Shive of Dimmitt was in town wednesday on business. E. H. Fun i Brood made a business trip to Amarillo on tuesday. R. S. Shive of Dimmitt came Iii wednesday after a Quantity of sup plies. fill a i a my 3 do ii w i his Enteen m yesterday. Ranc Eek from j returning w. F. Garrison of Cleburne who j a. Las been visiting his brother w. H. J or. A. W. Fly head surgeon of Harrison for a few Days returned St. Anthony s Sanitorium of Ama a l t to i his Johnson county Home a i riii0 passed through wednesday on a prof i to Summerfield. Tuesday. Hereford ional visit Bear in mind that with the faster i Ime and close connections the Sarita e is the quickest route to All Points Reading to Kansas City St. Louis ctr. Bradly has a display adv. Of in this Issue which will be of interest o. To stockmen. He has several re hic ago and new York by twelve Gisterek calves from his Tierra w. L. Wood re or of ill Dee it. a Home yesterday after r a j i few Days visit in town. W. Elkins i the we 11 or. A known i Endee a i. M., cattleman. Came in i wed new so in after supplies s. John i it t Day was in i f rom his j North i raw Rar Ich on win does Day i i after a a apply of medical led Salt. I miss a a Amelia Wilton at can ran c. L. Reynolds watchmaker and jeweler Hereford Texas next door to tin shop. All kinds of watches and jewelry years Iii the business. Formerly with Elgin Deuber arid Lancaster watch factories. 4 7 to Chaa. Davis of the livery firm c Cox amp a not is who has been spending about three weks among Eastern and Southern i exas Tri ends return o Twenty four hours. 44tf i Blanca Hereford Herd for Sale. To get Back to the Panhandle and breathe pure air once More. Business Opportunity. Anyone wishing a half interest is a Well established profitable Hay. Grain and Coal business will do Well to investigate my proposition. Coed who had been spending a few Days Rea it or or soling in town As the of mrs. J. 47,f a Stambaugh files returned to her Home on sat the Santa be now runs a through Virday last. Sleeper to Wichita Kansas. 44ti
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