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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives May 17 1901, Page 5

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 17, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter Friday May 17, Itoi 5 Post office hours general delivery open from 8 00 a. In. To 7 00 p. In. Office open sunday for an hour hour after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery p. M. P. V. Amp n. T. Time table pass. Train arrives leaves no. I northbound 2 37 a. In. 2 38 a. In. No. 2 southbound 7 23 a. In. 7 43 a. In. Stage to Dimmitt. La. Hereford at 7 30 a. In. Daily sex. Sunday a. Dimmitt at 12 00 in. 41 44 la. Dimmitt at 1 00 p. In. 44 44 a. Hereford at 6 00 p. In. A a a a stage to Endee la. Hereford mondays fridays at 6 a. In. A. Endee a a at 8 p. In. La. Endee tuesdays saturdays at 6 a. In. A. Hereford 44 at 8 p. items of interest happenings in our Busy county seat briefly told. Eat at the restaurant. Lotf f. M. Avis was a visitor in town tuesday. For All kinds of fresh fruit Call on Joe Killough. 13tr the finest line of Candy in town at Bounds drug store. 13tf buy Sewalls mixed paints at Cost at or. Gough a drug store. 12tf Call and see j. M. Mcglothlin for Nice residence lots South front. 13tf h. B. Smith of Waco is a health seeker in this Section of the country registered at the Ritchey. Sewalls $1.50 mixed paints Are going for a Short while at $1.15 at or. Gough a drug store. 12tf miss Bertie Ivey who lives on the North draw came to sunday and is visiting her Friend miss Eva Humphrey. Just opened up a an elegant line of shirt waists and skirts. Come Quick and get sizes and patterns. Lotf Smith Walker amp co. See mrs. Whitney at miss Coyles millinery store before having your dress made. Fit and finish guaranteed. 12-2t try Martins for Chilli. 4tf a Choice line of the choicest candies at Bounds drug store. 13tf window Glass paints oils and varnishes. Hereford lumber company. 12-3t we have some menus and boys clothing hats and shoes for Sale at Cost. W. W. Meeks. 12tf u. S. Weddington the Well known Childress banker and Stockman came in on tuesdays train making the Humphrey his stopping place. For Sale one first class Washburn zither Case music rack and two instruction books. Address e. M. Plant Portales n. M. 12tf j. H. Galbreath of Corsicana a county clerk of Navarre county arrived in town sunday morning. He is looking after his property interests Here. Hereford has a Good Many things to be proud of but of nothing More than Smith Walker amp store. It would be a credit to a town five times its size. 9tf f. F. Ford bookkeeper for Ware amp Maney Railroad contractors on the Rock Island Extension was in town the first part of the week. He stopped at the Ritchey. Or. Unwise a say old Man where do you buy your clothes you always look so Well or. Wise a Why done to you know there a Only one place Smith Walker amp 9tf g. F. Mullens of Childress representing the Henrietta Marble works was in town saturday in the interests of his business. He was entertained by prof. Rush while Here they being old acquaintances. For Sale a 3-room House and 18x18 dug out connected Sheds and Good Well on one acre of ground All fenced. Garden fenced also. House newly painted. Well selected Orchard set out. Inquire of o. R. Willingham. 111f mrs. T. J. Davis and son master Roy left thursday morning for fort Worth where they were called on account of the serious illness of a Niece of mrs. Davis. Smith Walker amp co. Exclusive agents for White loaf and White Swan flour remember the brands when you want the Best on monday g. E. Burns amp co., the hustling grocers and cold drink dispensers placed a Bartholomew Peanut roaster in their store. It is operated by gasoline and materially adds to the attractiveness of their establishment. J. L. Underwood one of deaf Smith county a successful Stock Farmers was in town the first of the week. He says that everything out his Way is looking Fine and that a trial will prove that the Texas Panhandle is not behind anyone a country when it comes to raising Fine crops. Or. Underwood says that As a wheat country we will soon rival the Dakotas. 4 .4 ,4 ,4 4 4 ,.4 .4 4 �?z4 �?z4 .4 �?z4 .4 �?z4 m k4 v4 .4 4 �?z4 �?z4 ,4 4 ,4 ,4 ,.4 4 4 4 ,4 4 .4 we 4 ,4 4 4 4 4 4 �?z4 v4 4 .4 ,4 �?z4 4 4 ,4 4 fc4 4 ,4 4 4 4 4 ,4your banking no matter How Small no matter How Large Imi til Al i gym National Bank will give it careful attention i leave us your valuable papers for Safe keeping in our fire proof vault interest paid on time deposits officers Jno. E. Ferguson of. J. Clinkinbeard of. M. Avis a president cashier vie 4 4 4 ,4 4 v4 v4 4 �?z4 ,4 4 v4 v4 .4 ,4 v4 .4 ,4 v4 4 ,4 .4 ,4 v4 ,4 4 .4 .4 ,4 4 ,4 v4 v4 ,.4 ,4 ,4 ,4 ,4 ,4 ,4 w4 �?z4 ,�?z4 v4 ,4 v4 �?z4 v4 ,.4 ,4 4 4 4 4 �?z4 croquet sets�?4-Ball, $1.00 6-Ball, $1.25, at Mcglothlin amp Blacks furniture store. 12-2t Chas. Lawless who has spent the past six months in the employ of judge Ferguson on his ranch left wednesday for fort Scott Kansas where he will enter the employ of his brother in the grocer business. Miss Coyle has moved her millinery goods in the new Witherspoon amp Gough building and mrs. G. R. Whitney will do dress making in connection with her. The ladies Are specially invited to Call arum see them. 12-2t Joe Killough has some new locals in this Issue. Read them. Bounds the druggist inserts some new locals this week relative to his Choice candies. On Page seen of this Issue will be found the new adv of John a Johnson. Or. Johnson has bought a new delivery Wagon of the stringfellow Hume hardware company and is prepared to serve his patrons with first Quality goods in a prompt manner. A. R. Wilber manager of the a Coontown 400�?� company paid this office a pleasant visit and complimented the reporter very highly. Said that few towns much larger than Hereford could boast of As Good a printing office and As neat and newsy a paper. You will notice that i have taken the Agency of the new York life insurance company at this Point. If you wish to examine the Best contract written i would like for you to Call. I am not going to bore anyone. It is Only a business proposition. Jno. E. Ferguson. Lotf state senator b. H. Johnson of Frost came in monday morning from the Oil Fields at Beaumont and registered at the Humphrey. Or. Johnson owns property Here and thinks of i buying More. In speaking of the i exciting times in Beaumont he said that the newspaper reports were not j exaggerated and that the town had representatives of capitalists from i All parts of the world. The senator left on wednesday mornings train for his Home. Judge j. Q. Tannehill and two daughters the misses Maud and Katherine who have been visiting j or. Tannehill a daughters miss Bettie who owns a ranch near Here and mrs. Jno. E. Ferguson returned j to their Home at Amarillo on sunday morning s train. They were a com a ponied by miss Bettie who will visit j for a time among Amarillo friends. The judge said that he never saw this Section of the country or its i cattle in finer condition and also i highly complimented our Little City i on its Enterprise and noted its general air of Prosperity. C. L. Bounds do co dealers in pure drugs sundries 4 a a it a stationery toilet articles paints and oils s

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