Hereford Reporter in Hereford, Texas
14 Jun 1901

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14 Jun 1901

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - June 14, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter Friday june 14, Itoi 3 thoroughbred hats we come into this world All naked and Bare we go through this life a mid sorrow and care we die and we go our friends know not where but if we Wear thoroughbreds Here Well be thoroughbreds there we also sell the Hamilton Brown shoe the Best known shoe in the world Garner so Patton the Ritchey House j. T. Tygret manager Only the Best of everything served on our tables rates reasonable Hereford Well ventilated rooms Good clean Beds Texas Stambaugh amp Lipscomb wholesale and retail dealers in Grain Hay Salt Coal Field seeds Bois do arc and Cedar posts Wagon Yard and Camp House in connection your patronage solicited Hereford Texas a Beautiful place. An extent that he will have Only Togo Hereford reporter published weekly by Frank l. Vanderburgh the Only paper published in deaf Smith county subscription Price $1.50 per year Friday june 7, Itoi application made for second class mail matter privileges. Advertising rates display�?$1.00 per Inch per month with Liberal discount on Long time contracts. Locals ten cents per line first insertion five cents per line each succeeding insertion. All adv. Copy must be in by wednesday noon to insure insertion in current Issue. Advertising Bills adult in the first of each month Job work on cud come. Movements of people you know and other items picked up Here and there. De Keene was up from Roswell tuesday stopping at the Humphrey. C. A. Wiseman the North draw cattleman spent saturday the guest of landlord Humphrey miss Roxie Witherspoon of la Platta spent a portion of the week Here the guest of landlord Humphrey and friends. J. T. Crowley and n. H. Irwin prominent business men of Roby spent this week in town. They were at the Humphrey. Clifford Slayton who recently arrived from Ennis and purchased the Wattenberger ranch spent sunday in town the guest of the Humphrey House. J. T. Bell the merchant Prince of Endee n. M., spent tuesday in town interviewing our business men and shaking hands with friends. He stopped at the Humphrey. O. S. Smith the druggist and Homer Inmon left last saturday with a train of cattle bound for Dakota. Or. Carl for nine years proprietor of a drug store in Denton county is taking or. Smiths place at Gough a drug store. American laundry. B. Hardy proprietor. Ours is a hand laundry and you thus have the Assurance that your clothes will come Back to you in As Good condition As they were sent. All work guaranteed. Cleaning and pressing a specially. Is the residence property of judge l. Gough. One Day recently we were invited to pay a visit to the residence of judge l. Gough. In company with that gentleman who was mounted on his Fleet Pony while the writer was mounted on his bicycle we raced to the judges residence which is situated about three quarters of a mile North of town. We believe honors to be even As far As the race was concerned except that our wind was More played than the judges. Arriving there the writer was amazed at the growth of Trees Flowers and shrubbery which abounds the Twenty acre acres of land which comprises the residence property. We were More surprised however 1 when we were informed that the Trees had been planted but two years. In the rear of the residence is a Long artificial Pond which is kept filled by a Windmill. This the judge has stocked with Black Bass which in a few years will multiply to such a Hundred feet for a fresh Bass for his morning repast. The Orchard is also beginning to Bear fruit. The writer cannot conceive in the face of such conclusive evidence that such Beautiful places can be product de in this so called arid country with a Little Effort on the part of the owner Why More of our residence properties do not look equally Nice. We wish to state however that i already a number of our residents Are planting Trees Flowers and shrubbery about their property which j will make Hereford loom up As an i Oasis in a desert in a few Short mrs. J. G. Kilgore has opened a select kindergarten at the Public school House to which she invites the attention and patronage of All those who Are interested. Terms fifty cents per week. E. L. Howard was Down from Amarillo sunday registering at the Humphrey. J. S. Perrine amp Carl p. Sites were Here from Dallas on business this week. They wrote their names on the Humphrey House Register. Come to Hereford on the fourth. You la have a Good time. Geo. Bennett the efficient saddlery Man at Thompson amp Fier brands spent sunday in Amarillo returning tuesday morning. Emmett Powers and wife and miss Blanche Byaro spent the first of the week in the City from the j ranch registering at the Humphrey House. Judge l. Gough and f. L. V Anil de Burgh paid the Beautiful farms i of the Pearl of the pm cos a visit on j sunday last. This was the judge s first visit and both Felt amply re a paid for our trouble As a prettier i place never existed than the famous Alfalfa farms and Broad Orchards with Trees loaded Down with All kinds of fruit. As Many of j the Orchards Are not irrigated they i serve As an excellent example 01 what could be and is done Here in Hereford by ail who have land up in i which to Plant Trees and have the i inclination to Plant them. E. W. Tinsley m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building Hereford. Texas residence at hotel Richey r. Johnson m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building i Hereford. Texas ail Calls attended to Day or night r. W. Bounds m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building Hereford Texas. H. Gough m. D. Physician and surgeon office at drug store opposite Bank Hereford Texas w. G. Mullins attorney and counsellor at Law office in court House Hereford Texa Witherspoon a Gough att r Ney s a t la w real estate and insurance notary in office office next door to Bank Hereford. Texas or. Claude Wolcott Eye ear nose and Throat specialist Eye and ear surgeon to St. Anthony Sanitorium Amarillo Texas

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