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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 10, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday january to ig02. May he be successful. In t. Groom will Endeavor to induce mexicans to buy Panhandle bred cattle. H. T. Groom the Well known Panhandle City breeder of Fine registered Durham cattle was a pleasant visitor in town on sunday last making the Humphrey his Headquarters accompanying As far As this place four Palace Stock cars which contained 98 head of registered shorthorn 56 of which were bulls Enro Ute for Elpaso where they will exhibited during the mid Winter carnival held at that place on january 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18. These cattle were All Range bred a arc All his Stock or. Groom lightly believing that Range bred animals Are much stronger and More a serviceable than Are the pampered and Cor rail fed animals. Notwithstanding they were on the Range luring the recent two below Zero weather they were in Fine form t Cugh somewhat wild. Or. Groom was elected president of the american shorthorn breeders association at its Chicago convention held in december succeeding John Burgess deceased of it. Worth and As its president believes that it devolves upon him to further the interests of that association and consequently the cattle it represents even though by doing so he incurs to Little expense which must be borne by his private purse. One of his first official acts along that line will be to exhibit his Fine Tock at the Elpaso carnival to the any mexican cattle breeders and t Deavor by his persuasive methods to induce the dons to come to the manhandle for their Breeding Stock instead of going to the Northern and Eastern states. With his Fine Herd to show them he is prepared to prove to their satisfaction that Panhandle Range bred cattle Are stronger and More serviceable than their Northern cousins which Are a acclimated to the More torrid regions and which have not been taught to Rustle for themselves and which can be purchased at a lower Price and with far less costs for transportation to their mexican ranches. Or. Groom had intended to accompany the cattle to Elpaso but was informed that governor Sayers had appointed him on a committee to prepare a Fine cattle exhibit for the St. Louis fair in 1903. This committee held a meeting at Dallas this week at which meeting his presence was deemed necessary. In a conversation with the reporter representative or. Groom said that in View of the fact that Panhandle cattle had for the past two years taken the first premiums against All competitors from the Large number of herds from mis i Aler in r. H. Norton horses. Cattle hogs stallions. I have Good Young Morgan or Sale a few stallions of and s t e e id u St 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. It 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 j eight registered Hereford bulls from 16 to 20 months old seven High grades seven to thirty months old. These bulls were brought j Here As calves and Are now in Only moderate flesh. Buyers can thereby Tell just i what they Are buying and i pay for it accordingly. I i also have fifty head Good Grade shorthorn cows bred to Hereford bulls at live and let live prices. Boars and Kilts. 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 von want anything in my line of business. R. H. Norton Hereford Texas hew Siack hardware new so 111 we have just opened up a full line cd hardware stoves Queens Are glassware we will Aho handle j wire wagons and farming implements we solicit a share of the Public patronage Garrison Bros. Store in the Hay Block Hereford Texas Souri Kansas Iowa Illinois and other states on exhibition at the big Stock show at Chicago there is no plausible reason for Southern buyers to go outside of the Panhandle for their Breeding Stock. As president of the american shorthorn breeders association or. Groom will do his utmost to place that particular Breed of cattle before the breeders of Fine cattle not Only in Mexico but All Over the United states and As a resident and Large Stock Raiser of this Section of the country he will do his Best to increase the grow ing demand for the Panhandle bad animals. Advertised letters. The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for at the Here Frod Post office for the month ending december 31, 1901 Joe a Lien Carl Burch j. K. Caldwell j. P. Compton Edd Everts Otto Everts Frank Fonds j. M. Franks Tom Hatcher pc. Igo j. W. Jackson Mamie j in son Emma Jordan miss Lucile Claude Mason w. M. Mccadam o. H. Partridge f. M. Price Marian Price will Robinson Scott Robinson mrs. J. E. Robinson Martin r. Sloan mrs. B. A. Smith Arch strange j. J. Scott Frank Scott Chas. Thompson j. H. Warren p. S. Williams j. W. P. Wright in calling for above please say a a advertised. L. A. Montgomery p. Soros. R. H. Gough m. D. Physician and surgeon treatment with medical electricity special attention Given to Catarrh office at drug store opposite Bank office a phone 26. Residence 28. e. W. Tinsley m. D. Physician and surgeon office in Bounds amp Lipscomb a drug store. Residence a phone 27. Residence at Viz. A. Higgins. Hereford. Texas r. M. Johnson m. D. Physician and surgeon catarrhal affections a specially. All Calls attended to Day or night. Telephone at residence no. 33. . R. W. Bounds m. D. Physician and surgeon office in Bounds amp Lipscomb s drug store. Residence a phone 44. Witherspoon amp Gough attorneys at Law real estate and insurance notary in office office next door to Bank Hereford Texas r. F. Holloway attorney at Law will practice in All courts in deaf Smith and adjoining counties office in court House Hereford. Texas for Fine work Inanna a a see priest the a i note r 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 02. Mrs. M. M. Roberts. Do you want them you can get the reporter and the Dallas Semi weekly news for one year at $2.25.ivoyal Hubbell photographer finest work i in the Panhandle prices Are resonate babies photos family groups views and cattle pictures specialities Hereford Texas i i
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