The Western Searchlight (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1903 Page: 13 of 16
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CASH! ,< CASH! of CASH!
In accordance with our previous announcement, we are now selling for cash, the HIGHEST GRADE of DRY
GOODS and GROCERIES at a very close cash margin. Come to our store and save yourself the credit man's
profit. We want to say something about our Millinery Department this week. Read the following:
OUR MILLINERY GOODS
will be on display on and after Monday, Sept. 28. On account of a delay in the
shipment of these goods it will be impossible for us to have our usual Millinery
Opening, but we can assure our many friends and patrons that our Millinery De-
partment will be more up-to-date and complete than ever before (if that be possi-
ble) and cordially invite the inspection of the Ladies of Hereford and vicinity.
Our stock in every way is full and complete and besides the many special bargains we are making corre-
spondingly low prices on everything. We want your trade and will make every effort in our power to merit
your patronage by giving you courteous treatment and the most goods of the best quality for the least money.
Persons ordering goods over 'phone will be expected to pay delivery boy for same. We will send bill with
each delivery. Please do not order stuff sent up unless you want to pay for it when received. Trusting that
you will avail yourself of the low prices we are putting out and thanking you for past favors,
We are yours very truly,
HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO.
POST OFFICE HOURS
General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to
6:00 p. ra. Office open Sunday for an hour
after morning church services and arrival of
\V. J. Walters, P. M.
P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE
Pass. Train Leaves
201, south-bound, 11:02 a. m.
202, north-bound, 4:02 p. m.
Will H. Stone was
Thursday on business.
Lee Byrd of Claude came in Men-
day to enter Add-Ran College.
Dr. Tims returned home this week
from a business and pleasure trip
combined to his former home at
STAGE TO DIMMITT.
Lv. Hereford at 1:30 p. m. daily ex. Sunday
Ar. Dimmitt at 6:00 p. m. " "
Lv. Dimmitt at 7:30 a. m.
Ar. Hereford at 12:30 m. " "
Large unfurnished desirable room
for rent. Apply at this office. 32tf
Hon. B. T. Ware of Amarillo
was a business caller here this week.
Norman & Mabry, grocerymen,
have a new display adv in this issue
to which we call your attention.
If you want the latest designs in
box stationery drop in and examine
our stock. T. M. Coulson &
Co. 3 ltf
Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper of Ama-
rillo and Mrs. Sallie Cooper of
Granbury are the guests of Mrs. S.
For Sale—We have a number
of second-hand buggies which
we will sell At most reasonable
prices. If you want a good
buggy, cheap, call and see us.
Carter Brc's Livery Stable.
The Delmonico Restaurant is the
place to get a square meal, a short
order, or a dish of red hot chilli of
the best flavor. J2tf
The popular local agent, J. S.
Jones, visited Roswell Wednesday.
C. R. Moreman sold fifty head of
yearling steers this week at SI9 per
Job Work is cash on delivery at
the discretion of the publishers.
We have neither the inclination nor
ability to open long accounts.
W. H. Rayzcr, of the real estate
firm of Ricketts & Rayzor, is in
Denton and adjoining counties on
business and visiting friends and
Have you seen the new samples
of clothing at C. L. Davis' office in
the Witherspoon & Gough building?
If not you should look them over
before buying elsewhere. 29tf
Rev. A. W. Rogers, a' veteran
Methodist minister of Daihart, was
in the city this week visiting friends
and preached a very acceptable ser-
mon at the Methodist church Wed-
In case of fire you need money.
To get money take a policy in the
Hartford, Orient, Pennsylvania,
New Hampshire, Scottish Union and
National Fire Association of Phila-
delphia or the United States. With-
erspoon & Gough, Agents. 26tf
A train-load, consisting of 23 i
cars, of fat cows were shipped from >
Bovina Monday which came from
the Halsell and Lake, Tomb & Go's,
Say, boys! you need a new suit of
clothes for fall and winter wear and
C. L. Davb needs your order for the
same. Call and see his new line of
samples. They are up to now. 27tf
J. L. Dale, of Little Rock, Ark.,
and a printer of over twenty years'
experience, arrived Tuesday and is
the guest of his cousin, Geo. W.
Dale. Both gentlemen paid this '
office a friendly call on Wednesday j
and the former went into ecstacies ,
over the completeness and up-to-
dateness of the Searchlight plant
and made the strong remark that '
this was the best plant he had ever !
seen in a town of less than 10,000
inhabitants, and said the Hereford !
people could well be proud of hav- :
ing within its borders such a newsy
paper and up-to-date printing plant.
Rev. A. W. Crawford spent a
few days in Amarillo this week.
Charles Hannaford has been in
the city this week from the Green
Valley Ranch attending court.
C. L. Davis is agent for the cele-
brated custom-made clothing firm of
Strauss Bros, of Chicago. Call and
see samples of their goods. 29tf
B. B. Morton, one o f Hale
county's prominent stock-farmers
and an old time friend of the local
editor, was in the city this week and
paid this office a pleasant call.
Call and se" my stock of solid
gold jewelry and watches before
purchasing. Have just received a
new lot of each. W. W. Meeks,
Jeweler and Optican. 2.3tf
A party from Wichita Falls, con-
sisting of Ed Scurry, Archie An-
derson, R. M. Moore and Shiloh
Gounan of Seymour, passed thru
Wednesday enroute to Roswell and
told friends at the train that they
would probably stop off at Hereford
on their return.
Bum, the town dog, came very
suddenly to the end of his way one
night last week and is therefore a
thing of the past, but the croquet
game for some weeks played on
Piazza Del Norte still holds out,
tho is apparently on its last legs, as
the negroes use to say.
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Stocks, C. L. The Western Searchlight (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1903, newspaper, September 26, 1903; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142608/m1/13/: accessed October 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.