Hereford Reporter (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 16, 1901 Page: 4 of 6
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HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, MARCH x6, 1901.
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DR. R. H. GOUGH,
Drugs at at Chemicals
Patent Medicines at «se
Sundries, School Books
School Supplies «¿se ae
Glass oe House Paints
Prescription Clerk and Manager
Thompson & Fierabend, Props.
Full Line of Harness, Collars,
ctc. All kinds of Repair-
ing promptly done.
Smith, Walker & Co.
WILL BUY YOUR
Highest J* Market j* Prices
Movements of People You Know
and Other Items Picked Up
Here and There.
Beds at the restauraut.
Grod coffee at the restaurant. 4tf
Geo. Sachse was in town during
the first part of the week.
Mies Brucie Gass is visiting her
sister. Mrs. Hutchinson, at Tulia.
J. W. Douglass of Allen made
Hereford a business call on Monday
L. F. Alby has built an addition
to his residence. R. C. Phansteel
did the work.
O. N. Conoley of the firm of
Meeks & Conoley i* on the sick list.
D,\ J v'.ns.n is attending h'm.
D. W. Garber, representing the
Guarantee Loan & Banking Co. of
Dallas, was in town the latter part
of the week.
Dr. A. L. Breeding, who has been
at school at St. Louis, returned to
Hereford yesterday morning and will
spend some time with relations at
D. R. Johnson of Palmer, Ellis
county, con of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Johnson, arrived here Friday, having
accepted a position as receiving and
billing clerk at the P. V. & N. T.
Hinton & May, the liverymen,
broke in the new bay team they
bought of Rat Jowel! by taking
Billie Wolf, the hat drummer, on a
six days' trip to Floyida, Hale
Center and other inland towns.
Direct from United States bonded Warehouses
WE WILL SEND
FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES
Of Guaranteed Best Rye or Sour Mash Whiskey
STWVP mm m $3.60
SEVEM YEARS OLD, DOUBLE COPPER-DISTILLED
Express prepaid, to any part of New Mexico or Western Texas. =
Y7o * hip in plain packages; no marks to indicate contents. When ►r
you get it and test it, if it r not satisfactory, return it at our ex-
pen- e, and we will cheerfully return your money. Send us your
orders with express money order or postoffice order for $3.60.
C TÍYT7P1/ WlioiesalB Liquor Dealer
o. IU1 ¿CIV, roswbii, Hew Mexico
Our Motto: Specialties: Whiskies and Wines for Family *
OÜALITY. and Medicinal Purposes. ►r
^ References: Wells-Fargo express, and both banks in Roswell. ^
R. D. MARTIN, MANAGER
Regular Meals Short Orders
at die usual hours ...a Specialty
Oysters and Chilli at all hours
Try Martin's for chilli.
Stombaugh & Lipscomb shipped
a carload oí hides last Monday.
Mrs. T. M. Palmer and two chil-
dren left Sunday for a visit with
her mother, Mrs. W. C. White, at
Drs. Tinsiey, Johnson and Bounds
are now pleasantly located in their
new office building which Geo.
Dale built for them, adjacent to his
We are prepared to make prices
on the various lines that we carry
that will astonish you. Cali and
price before buying elsewhere. D.
R. Gass & Son. 4tf
L. W. Ricketts of Castro county
is in town this week and quartered
at the Ritchey. He will move his
family to Hereford in the future
and make it his home.
Judge L. Gough of the enter-
prising law and real estate firm of
Witherspoon & Gough, will go to
Tulia Monday to try a case he has
in court at that place.
Roy Kibbe, the 10-year-old son of
R. J. Kibbe, who has been ill for the
past two months with nephritis, is
reported to be improving. Dr. E.
W. Tinsiey is attending bim.
Dr. Spurlock and brother of Gaines-
ville, Texas, arrived yesterday and
are registered at the Humphrey.
They are looking into the advan-
tages of this neck o' the woods.
R. D. Martin has bought the res-
taurant of W. B. Garvin. He has
thoroughly renovated the same and
is running a strictly up-to-date eating
house. See his adv. in another
A scientific cook at the Hereford
D. L. Green; of Vernon arrived
in town Monday and is attending to
some needed business matters. Mr.
Greene is the owner of one of
the finest ranches in Castro county.
We are pleased to note that W.
0. Eaton of the railroad contract-
ing firm of Stiles & Eaton, who has
been ill at the Humphrey House,
suffering from erysipelas, is getting
better under the skillful treatment
of Dr. R. N. Johnson md is able to
be out around.
Hinton & May. our enterprising
liverymen, finding that their quar-
ters were too small for their fast in-
creasing business, have built a
30x50 foot addition onto their
stable. James Thomas did the
work. They have also added a new
drummer's hack to their supply of
W. H. Howard on Tuesday sold
his blacksmith shop to W. P. Finni-
cum, who will now conduct the
same. Mr. Howard will move his
family to Wilford. Ellis county,
where he will reside. Mr. How-
ard's health has not been very good
lately and he hopes, by resting for a
year or so, to fully recover.
W. B. Beach, who owns a ranch
near Dimmitt in Castro county, will
commence the erection of a new res-
idence in town about the first of April.
When it is finished he will move his
family here, so as to give his chil-
dren the benefit of Hereford's excel-
lent schools. Mr. Beach made the
Reporter office a pleasant call on
Wednesday and left $1.50 for a
year's subscription to this paper.
Mrs. Herman Lipscomb is visit-
ing at the home of Joe Killough.
Dr. Robertson was in town Fri-
day attending to his dental practice.
S. H. Burnham of Deen was in
town Wednesday calling on friends.
The Hereford school notes were
crowded out of this week's issue on
account of lack of space.
R. M. Parish o^Quitman came in
Thursday from T. D. Lipscomb's
ranch where he is working.
W. Doherty, formerly night
operator at Canyon, is now as-
sisting Station Agent Davis at the
J. C. Cox, who has been suffering
from muscular rheumatism, is im-
proving under Dr. Tinsley's care-
Mrs. L. May, who has been suf-
fering from la grippe for the past
few days, is convalescing under the
care of Dr. E. W. Tinsiey.
James Thomas commenced the
erection of W. S. Higgins' new
residence last Thursday morning.
It will be one of Hereford's finest.
Mrs. Hodges, mother of W. B.
Beach, living in Castro county near
Dimmitt. whom Dr. Tinsiey has
been treating for malarial fever, is
reported to have entirely recovered.
N. B. Jarrell of Liberty, N. M.,
who was injured sometime ago by
having his horse fall with him, is
quartered at the Ritchey and re-
ceiving treatment from Dr. R. N.
M. Jacobsgaard, Will Evants and
Joe Killough are organizing a party
to take a hunting and fishing trip
through New Mexico. They in-
tend to go as far as Santa Fe.
They will have an enjoyable trip
One yenr from last November
Hereford's puplic schools openod
with an attendance of only 55—our
present enrollment is 200. What
are you doing to make the school
better? Encourage the teachers and
promote the interest'of education in
Yesterday morning fire broke out
in the hay storehouse of Smith,
Walker & Co. Prompt action on
the part of Hereford's bucket
brigade averted what might have
been a serious ccnfíagation, and
little damage was done. Had the
fire broken out in the night there is
no telling where it would have ended.
How the fire started is unknown.
We have ordered for our photo
gallery new accessories and the latest
style mounts, and have arranged
with F. T. Denson to work with -us
commencing about April 1st. Mr.
Denson is now a graduate of Guerins
College of Photography of St. Louis,
Mo., and will introduce the latest
novelties in photography. W. W.
J. C. Newman, the popular and
efficient manager of the Colorado
Lumber Company of this place, re-
ceived a message last week that his
6-year old daughter living with his
mother at Whitesboro, was ser-
iously ill. He immediately left for
her bedside and at this writing had
not returned and no word has been
received as to the condition of his
J* j* j*
I am now offering my seven room
residence át a special price. See me
before you purchase a home.
T. J. McAteer,
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