Hereford Reporter (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 2, 1901 Page: 3 of 6
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HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, AUGUST a, 1901
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
FRANK L. VANDERBURGH
THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN
DEAF SMITH COUNTY
Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year
FRIDAY, August 2, 1901
Entered at the postoffice at Hereford,
Texas, as second-class mail matter.
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 in-
All adv. copy must be in by Wednesday
noon to insure insertion in current issue.
Advertising bills due on the first of each
month; job work on delivery.
camine bnd gqihg.
Movements of People You Know
and Other Items Picked Up
Here and There.
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Tinsley, Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Clinkinbeard, Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Fuller and Mrs. J.
T. Tygret made a very pleasant
little party to Canyon yesterday to
enjoy the re-union.
On Wednesday last E. 0. Fiera-
bend bought the beautiful residence
property belonging to F. T. Denson,
paying therefor $1.100. Mr. Den-
son will move to Amarillo where he
will open a studio. Mr. Denson is
a first-class artist and a good citizen
and it is to be regretted that he and
his estimable wife are to leave us.
We wish him success in his new
Abner Smith, one of the prom-
inent stockmen of New Mexico, came
in Wednesday morning from his
ranch near Endee and spent the day
purchasing supplies. He reports an
abundance of rain, it having rained
every day for the past ten days and
says the grass is as fine as can be.
How About a
New Pair of
I have had fifteen years'
experience in the Boot
and Shoe business and
guarantee all my work.
Neatly and Promptly done
J. A. CANTERBURY,
meat market building.
W. B. BOYD *5 f
W. G. MULLINS
MULLINS & BOVD
Real Estate Agents
We would be pleased to have you list with us your < >
► $ property which you wish to sell or trade. ► ^
h f We are prepared to write deeds and other convey- ► $
► i anees, take acknowledgements, make abstracts of titles to ^
^ 4 land, and to pass upon titles. We solicit your patronage. ¿ 4
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE HEREFORD, TEXAS
1^ "X" As * A? "X" A."
P. W. NUDD, Proprietor
at the usual hours
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
Having sold the lee Cream, Confectionery ana
Tobacco lines of our business we are now
SELLING AT COST
Our Entire Stock of Groceries
G. E. BURNS & CO.
HINTON & MAY
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Passenger o Carried to All Points at Reasonable Rates
Special Conveniences for Drummers' Trade
HEREFORD - - TEXAS
W. W M
PHOTOGRAPHER, JEWELER AND
Up-to-date Picture Work
Jewelry and Watch Repairing
Eyes Scientifically Fitted with Glasess
——Eyes Examined Free.
A BAD ACCIDENT.
F. M. Avis' Little Son Thrown
Into the Barbed wire and
On last Saturday noon, Lawrence
the nine year old son of Vice-Presi-
dent F. M Avis of the Hereford4
National Bank, narrowly escaped
what might have proven a fatal ac-
cident. The boy was riding a burro
on his father's ranch a few miles
from the city, when the saddle girths
gave way and the burro commenced
pitching and the boy was thrown in-
to a barbed wire fence—the wire
first striking hin a couple of inches
beneath the right eye on the cheek
bone, thence tearing an ugly gash
across the face, beneath the ear and
half way across the neck, narrowly
missing the many prominent arteries.
Besides this injury the boy was cut
in sevral other places on his body,
arm and leg. Dr. Tinsley was hur-
riedly called and dressed the little
sufferer's injuries, taking some ten
or fifteen stitches in his wounds.
At last reports Lawrence was doing
finely and doubtless will soon be
James Williams and family came
in Sunday and are spending a week
among friends in town. Mr. Wil-
liams has a fine bunch of steers in
his castro county ranch near Hart,
and will make Hereford his home in
the fall to give his children the ad-
vantage of our excellent school. He
alio gave us a nice order for station-
ary which we promptly filled.
A PLEASANT TRIP.
An enjoyable Outing to the Palo
Dura in Quest of the
On last Saturday Sam Dunn, W.
S. Evants, Wallace Inglish, Jack
Harwell, and the ye editor took a.
trip overland to the Palo Dura river
in Randall county, a distance of
about twenty-live miles. This pretty
stream was stocked five years ago
with 500 small bass by Mr. Dunrt,
and it was at his suggestion that
the party was made up.
We arrived there at a little after
noon and after getting dinner, we
baited our hooks and proceeded to
land bass weighing from one to three
pounds each. After having caught
what we wanted to eat we made for
camp, cleaned our fish and hail a
regular old fashioned fish supper.
As not. one of the party was at
all greedy—not wishing to catch
more fish than he could use—we can
not report a large catch in numbers,
but suffice to say that we had all we
could eat and all enjoyed our outing
very much, returning to Hlreford
Mr. Dunn, as usual, proved to
be the crack fishman, he catching
the largest bass and also caught the
most in numbers.
Our stock is complete in every
particular. 1x6x16 rough fencing
in stock at all times.
Hereford Lumber Co. 23 2t
j. 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 specialty.
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Hereford Reporter (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 2, 1901, newspaper, August 2, 1901; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142258/m1/3/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.