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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 17, 1902, Hereford, Texas Vol. I. No. 48 Hereford deaf Smith county Texas january 17, igo2 $1.50 per Yea Beach amp Orr. The confectionery dealing firm of Beach amp Orr on saturday last sold their business to b. T. Hinton formerly of the furniture dealing firm of Mcglothlin amp Hinton. Or. Hinton has thoroughly renovated the place and in the Spring when the Post office has been moved into its new quarters will carpet the place and add cosy ice Cream Parlours. Or. Hinton will continue to keep Only first class goods and will no doubt be As successful in his new venture As he has been in those of those of the past. Mcglothlin amp Hinton. Herefords Only furniture business has been transferred to messes. Beach amp Orr two of Hereford s most popular Young business men. As will be seen by the foregoing or. Hinton has again embarked in business while his former partner or. Mcglothlin is As yet undecided As to what his future business operations will be though we believe it is not his intention to leave Hereford. For the new firm we bespeak the same Liberal patronage that was enjoyed by the former firm. Humphrey House. This popular hostelry so ably and successfully conducted for nearly two years by Robert Humphrey was on monday sold to messes. S. H. Morris and Marcus Jacobsgaard two popular and valued employees of Smith Walker amp co., who will assume the management of their new property on february 1st, 1902. The a gentlemen will thoroughly renovate the hotel building an addition to the same which will give them several new rooms. An expert chef will be employed to prepare the foods Only the Best of which will be served and in a manner excelled by 1.0 similar establishment in the Panhandle. They will conduct a first Elass hotel in every respect and will spare no expense or pains which will add to the Comfort or convenience of their guests. Stambaugh l Camp. On monday last a Deal was consummated whereby g. A. Stambaugh transferred his interest in the Grain and Coal business to w. B. Beach and g. R. Hay. These two gentlemen also bought enough of j. A Campos interest to enable each member of the fir a to own a one third share of the business which will henceforth be known As the Hereford Grain amp Coal co. This business is one of the Best and oldest established enterprises in Hereford and will be conducted in the future As in the past on a basis of fair dealing and legitimate profits and no doubt will continue to receive the Hearty support of our citizens. In retiring from the business with which he has so Long been identified to enter the business of the Hereford mercantile co., or. Stambaugh desires to thank the Public for their Liberal patronage in the past and bespeaks for the new firm the same encouragement which he has received and will appreciate any patronage which his friends May give him in his new business. Galbreath amp Fox. This firm though a new one is making rapid strides in its business career on account of their up to Date methods of doing business. George a. Sachse has purchased an interest in the business and the firm name will henceforth be known As Galbreath Fox so co. This firm believes in extensive advertising and with their fair methods of dealing Are bound to = hardware co. Wholesale and retail dealers in Usu Emoiy. Alien n saddlery and mess Dodds Star and eclipse windmills full lius of idioms a phone no. 9 the Brand. What it will be its Aims and its objects set Forth. As announced last week a new publication will be issued from this office about the 1st. Of March 1902. The Brand will not be a local paper in any sense of the word but its columns will contain from month to month valuable Reading matter and statistics which will be of interest to everyone residing in the Panhandle or to anyone contemplating a residency in this Section of the state. The Panhandle pays a considerable portion of the state governments expenses but the state legislature ignores the needs of the people residing in this Section. One of our greatest needs is an Experiment station. This country is Rich with undeveloped resources. I there Are a Good Many products of the soil which private experiments have proven prolific but there Are such produce As is known to do Well. But with the fast increasing number of settlers who Are buying property in this Section expecting to make a livelihood tilling the soil it will become necessary for our Farmers to diversify. If All Plant Only those crops which Are known to do Well our markets will soon have an oversupply of these particular products and no Sale for them which will work a hardship on All. With an Experiment station conducted by the state it would soon be known with what prolific Acy certain products heretofore untried could be grown and an Experiment station will be one of the brands strongest issues. After having gained this station we will publish the result of these experiments for the Benefit of our readers a and we Hope to have every progressive citizen of the Panhandle a constant Reader of the Brand. The Experiment station is Only one of the Many Good things for the Panhandle for which the Brand will work with unceasing and untiring efforts a few of which will be outlined in the succeeding issues of the reporter. Go to Gough a drug store. 47-2t 53 Stock cattle for Sale. 24 4-year-old cows 6 2-yearoi< heifers 4 2yearold steers 9 yearling heifers 7 yearling steers i 6-year-old Bull 2 Young calves. It. ranch five Miles Northwest of Hereford. $1000 Cash. 46-4tp b. B. Curt. J. T. Claybrook w. T. Crabtree and w. C. Beard All prominent cattlemen residing at Endee n. M., were business visitors in town tuesday and wednesday. They left on wednesdays train for Amarillo. Notice to Hunters. All parties Are hereby warned to Hunt or shoot on my pasture. 42-8t rat jowl Rity Dray c. H. Harlan proper. All kinds of drawing done on Short notice and at reasonable prices Telephone no. 9 Beach amp Orr furniture dealers note the following prices drop head Cabinet machine $15 rockers $1.50 to i5.50 the old reliable d. H. Cabine Singer $30 Many others which have not been Iron Beds from $35� 0 $10 room suits $16.50 to $70 window shades 35c to $1.25 bed Couch $5.50 to $18 carpets linoleum and rugs at close prices we have a Fine line of pictures and mouldings of All kinds in Stock tried owing to the Cost of preparing the soil and other incidental expenses. At the present time our people Are doing fairly Well raising

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