The Western Searchlight (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1903 Page: 3 of 16
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We Make Plans
and Specifications }
We Will Give You
Manufacturing In Hereford
Sash, Doors, Stairs, Casing, Moulding, Etc. Not only enables us to complete contracts with rapidity
but we give you 25 to 50 per cent better material at a less price. If you contemplate building soon come
in and let us show you the kind of material we put in all our mill work. All work guaranteed first-class
We are prepared to do any kind
of Plumbing or Repair Work on
We manufacture Galvanized Tanks,
Drinking Tubs, Dipping Vats,
Is a sure cure for sand wells if
properly fixed. We guarantee
We repair Furniture, Windmills,
Brick or Wooden Structures, in
fact most anything.
We keep in stock Double Strength AA Glass, Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Brick and Cypress Lumber.
We donate Plans and Specifications where we are awarded the contract. No contract too large for us
to handle and none too small to receive our prompt attention. We Want Your Business
Hereford Planing Mill & Construction Co.
SNYDER & LACEY, Proprietors ^ HEREFORD, TEXAS
S. S. Evants, one of our most
prominent stock-farmers ^nd ranch-
men, is in Oklahoma City this week
where he took for market two cars
of horses which are the product of
his ranch south of town, all of
which will make good work stock or
brood mares and are not of the
mustang variety as is commonly
supposed by some when horses are
spoken of in this country.
The vote for incorporation last
Saturday was 32 for and 4 against.
It now behooves us to elect the very
best men we have for our city offi-
cials. Give us a good mayor, one
who will enforce the law without
fear or favor, and a marshal who
has backbone enough to take the
fellows in when they get disorderly,
and city fathers who are wise enough
to give us enactments for our town.
L. R. Bradly returned Thursday
from a business trip to Pottsboro.
E. H. Fullwood of Endee, N. M.,
was in town Friday of this week and
reports things kinder on a stand-still
in his part of the new country on
account of inactivity in railroad
Dr. W. J. Rogers left yesterday
(Friday) for Montague, his former
home, on a business trip. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Rogers and
Miss Sidney and the party will take
in the Dallas Fair while away.
C. C. Loving of Dimmitt was in
Roscoe Davidson returned Thurs-
day from Roswell and was kind
enough to remember the editor with
a sample of the Pecos Valley fruits,
for which he has our thanks.
Cemetery blocks are now for
sale very cheap. You should
make your selection before the
choice blocks are gone.
C. G. Witherspoon.
The base ball boys went down in
great shape at Roswell this week
but they know how to take defeat
and will good-humoredly await an-
other turn with their victors.
Snyder & Lacey are prepared to
make you a new galvanized flue or
reline your old one and put up
your heating stove at a small cost.
"See them." 32tf
A church social, to be designated
as the "Dollar Roll PlanJEntertain-
ment," will take place at the Bap-
tist church Tuesday night, Sept. 29.
It will be given under the auspices
of the Baptist Ladies Aid and Mis-
sion Society. Interesting items of
entertainment will be rendered and
every one is invited to come and en-
joy themselves. It is especially de-
sired that the members of thejchurch
come and get acquainted. Admis-
Unanimously Adopted Vacation Spot
of THE INITIATED is
with its Numerous Resorts, Superb
Climate, Matchless Scenic Grandeur
and Reassnable accommodations ^
THE DENVER ROAD"
is the Shortest Route by more than 150 miles, and offers Double Daily
Solid Trains with Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleepers on each:
Quickest Time by hours; All Meals in Handsomely Equipped Cafe Cars
—(a la carte) at Reasonable Prices, and More Valuable Stop-Over Priv-
ileges than any other line. Write us for "the proofs," also for beauti-
fully illustrated books of information. They are free .„%t ¿4 „*t
A. GLI5SON, General Ptntn^er Atf«nt, Fort Worth
Tierra Blanca Herefords
L. R. BRADLY
.. .BREEDER OF
Write me or call at my
ranch, situated five miles
east of Hereford, on the
Tierra Blanca river.
mglstensd intM Cattle
Herd Headed by Gimax
Assisted by Chorister
Will sell a quantity of young
stock either singly or in car load
Lots & jí
O. F. Smith left Thursday for a
visit with the homefolks at Caledo-
nia, the Dallas fair and other points
Our prescription department is
under the management of a registered
pharmacist of sixteen years of prac-
tical experience. T. M. Coulson &
Don A. Sweet, fraffic manager of
the Pecos Valley, passed through
Thursday enroute home from Ros-
Mi3s Tyson of the College will
begin a class in painting at Mrs.
M. B. Daniel's next Tuesday.
All ladies interested are invited to
be present. 31-3t
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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/m1/3/: accessed July 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.