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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 24, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday january 24, 1902. Local i techs of interest happenings in our Busy county seat briefly told. Smoke the owl at car dwells. 34tf n. E. He it re went to Amarillo on tuesday b. Old. Bynum spent sunday at Amarillo. E. O. Fierabend spent sunday at Amarillo. T. S. Watts went out to his ranch on tuesday. Rat Jowell was in tuesday after a Load of Coal. W. D. Keliehor was in from his ranch tuesday. Standard novels and poems at Gough a drug store. 49tf f. H. Britain was a pleasant caller in town tuesday Robert Johnson went to Amarillo of business tuesday. John Day came in tuesday after supplies for his ranch j. N. Ivy was among tuesdays passengers for Amarillo. George Cloyd was in from Biscas Tro county ranch tuesday sheriff Vaughn of Dimmitt was in town monday and tuesday George l. Muse was in from his North draw ranch tuesday. L. R. Bradly was in from his Tierra Blanco ranch tuesday. W. Aiken of Hood county came in saturday and is prospecting Here. J. A. Johnson has just received a Large consignment of Alliance flour. We. M. Franklin is prospecting in town. He came Here from Allen. Emmett Cardwell returned tuesday from a business trip to Amarillo. G. W. Thomason of Amarillo came in tuesday on a prospecting your. Go to Gough a drug store in the Corner for your drugs and sundries 49tf county clerk f. B. Fuller has appointed e. R. Rice As Deputy county clerk. Quot i v Gough a i drug store o. F. Smith mgr. Pure drugs and druggists sundries mandolins violins tars and fixtures Gui paint by bodies varnishes Headquarters for school supplies a. P. Murchison went to Amarillo tuesday on business returning yesterday. Thomas Penn was ones of the prospectors to arrive tuesday from Ellis county. C. E. Mclean was m from his Castro county ranch on monday and tuesday. W. Graves of Ellis county was Ore of the prospectors to arrive in town tuesday. Thomas Parks of Ellis county is in town prospecting he came in tuesday. George Bell of Hood comity is a prospector in town having arrived on saturday. A full line of stoves and ranges always in Stock stringfellow Hume hardware co. 48-8t j. M. Wattenbarger came in on mondays train to transact some business Here. James Burrows representing the Nobles Bros. Grocery co., was in town monday. Stringfellow Hume hardware co. Have just opened a Nice line of China and glassware. 4jtf d. H. Burk was in town saturday in the interests of the Mccord col Lins grocery co. R j. Clinkinbeard left sunday left sunday night on a business trip up North returning tuesday. W. T. Bratton returned monday from Brownwood where he has been for the past three months or. Hudson of Illinois came in tuesday to look after his Large property interests hereabouts. H. S. Syms the to sorial artist returned Friday from an extended pleasure trip to Missouri Points. A. B. Spencer travelling freight and passenger agent of the a a Denver a Road was in town tuesday on business. When you want a Good smoke try one of a Lohama a Longfellow Brand of so cigars. For Sale at the res i Tau rant. 46tf a. C. Bratton and Little daughter j Elsie who have been spending a few a weeks at Brownwood returned to Hereford monday. Or. Gough has added a Fine a jus i table operating chair to his office i equipment. Or. Gough believes in j being up to Date in everything. J. R. Bassett was in wednesday after a Load of lumber. Taylor is going to erect a residence on his ranch. Looks mighty suspicious. Mrs. F. Casper of Luling was a visitor in town monday and tuesday in the interest of the american Home finding association of that place. S. H. Morris returned saturday from gain Ville where he went on business. He says his brother Frank is making a Strong race for the office of county clerk of Cooke county. O. M. Conoley and wife returned saturday from their extended wedding trip through Eastern and Southern . They will build in the near future Aud make Hereford their Home. G. S. Williams who owns a ranch Twenty Miles Northwest of town was of of of of k4 .4 .4 of Jtj t4 a of of Jef of of of of of ,4 ,4 of ,4 ,4 �?z4 of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of a of of of of of of of of a a of of s4 of of of of of of your banking no matter How Small no matter How Large the Hereford National Hank a will give it careful attention of leave us your valuable papers for Safe keeping Al our fire proof vault interest paid on time deposits of officers j no. E. Ferguson prudent f. J. Clinkinbeard Cahier f. M. Avs. Vie prow Dent of a of of of of of a of of of of of of of ,.tf of of of of of of of of a a of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of ,4 of of of of of of of of of of of Tif a in Friday transacting business with the Hereford lumber co. Or. Williams is erecting a residence or his ranch. Burch amp Trow have had printed at this office some dodgers Advertis ing 40 Poland China hogs and Lac Missouri bred mules for Sale. The animals can be seen at the Hardwick place South of the Lake just West a town owned by h. Trow s. T. Howard of Quanah who owns a Large ranch North of town. Came in tuesday to look after his property interests Here. W t. Smith returned tuesday from a months visit at his old Home Huntington Tenn. He was accompanied by his Mother and a Friend Homer Bryant who has entered the employ of w. In Clary the Dray Man. Conner Jowell recently Bough 5760 acres in Yoacum county from the Leon h. Blum land co. Of Galveston. Or. Jowell will move his cattle from the Tierra Blanco River ranch which he recently sold to or. Good to his new possessions As soon As possible. C. R. Cowan who represents the old reliable Nursery co. Of Parsons Kansas recently had some neat business cards printed at this office. We Are glad to note that or. Cowan is doing a Good business As his line of goods help to develop and beautify our country. A. J. Olliver has branched out Vij the insurance business and will open up an office in the near future. Id will represent the new York life. Maryland casualty company Accident insurance and will also act a agent for the fire insurance company a represented by Witherspoon amp Gough. Don a. Sweet traffic manager of the Pecos system deserves a great Deal of credit for his unceasing efforts to Supply this country with Coal. He tried to do business with the Colorado miners but Lack of Carri on the a a Denver Road thwarted his efforts with those mines. He the turned his attention to the Kansas and Indian territory mines and by his persistency succeeded in causing the Santa be to make suitable freight rates from the in mines thus giving Panhandle people an Assurance of no More Coal famines. A a it a i 4 a a $ 35 Bounds amp Ward retailers and jobbers in drugs pure sundries a a to stationery toilet articles f Soud Gold jewelry v Hereford manufacturing co. Manufacturers of galvanized Iron water and Oil tanks of i Kies Well casings Etc. All kinds of plumbing and tin work a set Ciao Alie Niibu Given to to pair Murk. Shop opposite Humphrey Moue. T. R. Reagan manager
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