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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JURE 28, 1901 EDITORIAL NOTES. Comments on Current Event* in the Busy Outside World. Lost—A presidential boom. Re- ward for return to Teddy R. Oyster Bay, N. Y. j* Boss Piatt's announced retire- ment from politics will probably be found to have several strong strings attached to it. j• Senator Quay seems determined to make all the money possible be- fore he gives up the control of the republican machine in Pennsylvania. j* A wise man—in his own mind— says "the South is looking after business.'* Wonder if he can name a section of the country that isn't? j* Recent news from the Trans- vaal justifies President Kruger's refusal to consider any terms of peace that do not provide for Boer independence. * If the navy department insists upon issuing a Sampson medal, it should put the only thing he is known to have killed during the war with Spain—a jackass—on the reverse side, instead of a warship. j* The labor organizations are try- ing to make the administration...

Publication Title: Hereford Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

SUPPLEMENT TO HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUKE 28, 1901 V\ f) FOURTH SNAPS! \l We realize there will be a demand on that day for extra values in Dry Goods. To supply this we have placed on sale at EX- TRAORDINARY LOW PRICES a great line of light weight Lawns, Dimities, Organdies, etc., too numer- ous to mention in this advertisement. •> H M M The following lines will be sold at first cost WRAPPERS SILK WAISTS ^ LINEN Ladies' Summer Shirt Waists Our Shoe Department The most up-to-date line shown in the Panhandle. NEW AND NOBBY. Prices from 25c up to $2.25. Be sure and see our White Waists—they are beauties. Novelties in Ladies' Belts, Collars, Fans is what we want to call your attention to. This dt- partment is complete in all its details. The leading styles in Women's and Children's Oxfords, Sandals, Gaiters, etc. Shoes that wear well, keep their shape, fit perfect and show the make of the best workmanship. That is the kind of Shoes we sell. Where Quality Counts, We Win Laces and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

n Kl SUPPLEMENT TO HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901 ► 4 *> !• j • , k a _ . * __ — mm m m r i SPEND THE GLORIOUS FOURTH AT HEREFORD, TEXAS FREE BARBECUE AND PICNIC DIMMITM1EREFORD BALL GAME GOOD MUSIC AND FIRE WORKS Reading of Declaration of Independence BY R. M. JOHNSON, M. D. ► 4 IT HOD. 0. E. DECKER m BI REV. WDM GL0RK M burro race running race athletic contests boys' bicycle race sack race men's bicycle race t RUNNING RACE- -LOCAL HORSES *4 14 * EVERYBODY INVITED UCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS t> f " t > © « * * o €> ¡i * S.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

SUPPLEMENT TO HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901 É) t> " T > 1 V --4 •J •) '4 / o © s> WHS SID NIK. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. Try that new 5c cigar at Cough's. 19tf. Press Burnham of Dimmitt was a guest at the Humphrey Monday. Rat Jowell was a pleasant visitor in town Tuesday and Wednesday. John Carter of Dimmitt was regis- tered at the Humphrey on Monday. To the Brown Tent for up-to-date photographs for 10 days only. 19 It J. H. Smith of Endee, N. M., was a guest at the Humprey Tuesday Ed Weisenger of Roswell was a guest at the Humphrey Wednesday, L. A. Medlin of Mobeetie was registered at the Humphrey Tues- day. Call and see J. M. McGlothlin for nice residence lots, south front. 13tf A. R. Witherspoon of La Plata was registered at the Humphrey on Monday. J. R. Gollihorn and wife of Dim- mitt were guests at the Humphrey Wednesday. Call in and see the handsome re- volving jewelry case at Bounds' drug store. 16tf Miss Roxie ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

SUPPLEMENT TO HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUNE 28,1901 SOMETHING NEW. Showing a Few Object Lessons in the Humane Kindergarten. The gossip* say that the earth is a ball and thát statement will do for a mere hard fact. But ever since electricity girdled it, it has been to the mental vision a vast plain, with aft (stent .of two hundred millions square miles, from the very center of which rises a high mountain from whose very top the seer may daily observe the whole. With such an area for observa- tion, it would be strange if there were not always something notable to report, and this morning what especially catches our eye is a point in the city of New York. There lives in that city a lady who is not only a lover of animals, but willing to work and make personal sacrifices to show her affection. So great has always been her sympathy with horses especially, that, speaking in the metaphorical sense common to poets (and are not lovers and phil- anthropists poets?) she laughingly declares t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901 POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour hour after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Arrivt:s Leaves No. 1 Northbound 2:37 a. m. 2:38 a. m. No. 2 Southbound 7:23 a. m. 7:43 a. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " • STAGE TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee " at 8 p. m. Lv. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford " at 8 p. m. LOCAL ITEM INTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Go to Gough's for drugs. 18tf Go to the Hereford restaurant for chilie. 14tf C. E. Wheeler was greeting friends in town Tuesday. Go to Joe Killough's for your Fourth of July fireworks. 18tf Call at Stringfellow & Hume Hardware Co-for binding twine. 18 4t Miss Anne Killough returned Monday from her...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901 if H TRIP TO With a Train of Two- Year-Old Steers OWNED BY BRADLY & COFFEY Beautiful Mountain Scenery, Curi- ous Rock Formations and Fine Farms Seen Along the Route. I While an account of a trip to the northern grazing fields with a train of cattle may be of little interest to many of my readers, they having experienced the vicissitudes of such a jaunt, I feel that our experience from the time we left Hereford until we set foot on its superb soil again was so varied that a brief write-up will be read with interest by those who have not been so for- tunate as to take such a trip and perhaps will at least attract the at- tention of those who have, if for no other reason than for a comparison of experiences. Wednesday morn- ing, June 12, Geo. W. Dale, the popular tonsorial artist, who had taken the contract to deliver a train of two-year-old steers to Clearmont, Wyoming, for Messrs. Bradly & Coffey, asked ye editor to accom- pany him. Ne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901 Vl unusually cold weather which pre- vailed. Leaving Denver we were trans- ferred to the Burlington Route, on which road we remained to the end of our journey north. In passing through Nebraska—near Bridgeport —we encountered a snow storm, the ground being white with snow, which made us thankful that we re- sided in sunny Texas. Saturday evening we reached Alliance, Neb., where we unloaded and fed and where we met H. S. Boal, a son-in-law of Col. W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill), who was there with a branding outfit and on whose range the cattle were to be fed. Most of the day on Sunday was consumed in the work of branding the cattle and it was late in the eve- ning ere we were again Loaded and on our way to our destination. Alliance is a lively town of about 2000 inhabitants and is essentially a railroad and live stock center. There are two good newspapers there, the Grip and the Times, the latter paper having a magnificent and commodious two-story...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 June 1901

T|E«*)E|EFI|B«*8IIIBLEIIY Thompson ft Fierabend, Props. SIM Saldes 3 sptdiiii Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. AH kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. HTEESnieSTWK PS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. E. D. Reed, a cattleman of Wood, Okla , was registered at the Hum- phrey Tuesday. * J* Ed Stenger, a prominent cattle- man of Hermosa, S. D., came in Sunday and registered at the Hum- phrey. j J* E. W. Perminter sold 356 twos at $22.50 around to Stenger, Dailey & Charles of Hermosa, S. D., delivery and shipment being made yesterday. J* J* John Dailey, a cattleman from Hermosa, S. D., arrived in town Sunday and is looking for bargains in cattle. He makes the Humphrey his headquarters. jt ji A. P. Murchison sold for G. R. Jowell and W. S. Higgins 123 twos at $23 around to Joseph T. Brown of Birney, Mont., delivery and ship- ment being made yesterday. j jt A general 10 days' roundup of cattle from Running Water to Here- ford was finished ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

j HEREFORD REPORTER Hereford Proves Herself an Excellent Entertainer on the Fourth VOL. I. NO. >9 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 5, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR THE FOUIITIjrr HEREFBBB All Nature Smiled Her Prettiest. EVERYONE HAD A GOOD TIME Dimmitt Wins the Baseball Game After a Hard Fought Battle— 2000 People Present. Independence Day—the most in- spiring day of patriotism to the American people who have reached that age of understanding whereby they realize the full meaning of the great holiday, and the day that the small boy looks eagerly forward to, as it means to him a day of unres- traint among sweetmeats, sweet drinks, fireworks and noise, espec- ially the latter two (we speak from experience) —dawned upon Hereford resplendent with sunshine. In fact had the weather been ordered for the day it could not have been pret- tier. Every road leading into Hereford from the surrounding country was well traveled Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. The trains brought enough mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 190X Maw BIO WW. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. F. M. Avis was in town on Tues- day. Have your prescriptions filled at Gough's. 18tf W. H. Kiser of Dimmitt was registered at the Humphrey Fri- day. Call in and see the handsome re- volving jewelry case at Bounds' drug store. 16tf Wallace Inglish was in from his ranch Monday stopping at the Humphrey. A. L. Nabours of Anson arrived on Saturday and is stopping at the Humphrey. All who are in need of binders twine can find the best in town at D. R. Gass & Son's. 17tf Miss Zella Avis came in Satur- day from Childress where she has been attending the musical normal. J. W. Webb of Gibtown is a pros- pector in town, having arrived here on. Saturday, registering at the Humphrey. Miss Rose Bratton came home Sunday from Childress, where she had been attending the Summer Musical Normal. For Sale—Two lots adjoining, one a corner lot, with two room house, centrally locat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901 A PATRIOTIC AFFAIR. i I " 1 m < o t> Was the Reception Given by Miss Flossie Johnson. On Wednesday night a large party of young people assembled at the palatial home of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson to assist their daughter, Miss Flossie, in the proper celebration of the ushering in of the day of all days in the hearts of the American people—the Fourth of July. Miss Johnson was ably assisted by Miss Maude Patton and John Boyd in receiving and entertaining the guests. In addition to the usual pastimes of music, games and social chat a charade was indulged in which served to tax the. brains as well as to amuse the guests. The tasks and their answers are as follows: 1—Take "p" from a color and leave a writing material— (p) ink. 2—Take "p" from a precious stone and leave a nobleman— (p) earl. 3—Take "p" from a preacher and leave a crime— (p) arson. 4—Take "p" from a fruit and leave an organ of the body—(p)ear. 5—Take "p" from an atom and leave ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

v1'. '.V.x ?"/""' 't' .!^'' *'''' **;ia^SST^T.'>''."™'1?!y55Í^HEESS EDITORIAL NOTES. f ), f I Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. Oh yes! The republicans in Ohio are harmonious. Hanna's bandages are worn for ornaments, not to cover wounds. j* The country sympathizes with Secretary and Mrs. Hay in the ac- cidental death of their eldest son, Adelbert. "Mysterious are the ways of Providence." i The Boers now seem in a fair way to regain all that they have lost, and they are carrying the war into Cape Colony. If this sort of thing keeps up the British will be asking for arbitration. Some people are unreasonable enough to think that those who pur- chased Cuban bonds from the Cuban junta for a song have no right to demand payment of the face value of those bonds with in- terest. j* It is at home called stealing to break into a man's house and carry off his valuables, but the pride with which Chinese stolen goods are ex- hibited by eminently respectable persons shows t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901 c# 1) -4- O i < / o • * * **)*> POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour hour after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Arrives Leaves No. 1 Northbound 2:37 a. m. 2:38 a. m. No. 2 Southbound 7:23 a. m. 7:43 a. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. tjV, Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE J_v. Hereford Mondays-Fridajs at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee " at 8 p. m. Lv. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford " at 8 p. m. ToCHUTEJIIS ]F iNTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Go to Gough's for drugs. 18tf Go to the Hereford restaurant for chilie. 14tf W. C. Perdue of Canyon was a guest at the Humphrey Sunday. Call at Stringfellow & Hume Hardware Co- for binding twine. 18 4t T. M Couch was in from his ranch Sunday stopping at the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

.) : ; ' ' . W$B?¡ t\y •' >, ; ' "V -i HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901 m 1 \ I I h i OH.OER FALSE COLORS. Are the Two Mormon Elders Who Held a Meeting Here Tuesday Night. Last Tuesday two Morman elders came into town and represented themselves as Latter Day Saints, and under such representation ob- tained permission of the church trustees to hold a meeting in the church house. Much indignation was aroused when it was learned that these two travelers were representing the Mormon organization of Salt Lake City, Utah, and it is due the trus- tees of the church that an explana- tion be made that they be not cen- sured for their action in the matter. When the church was built every- one contributed and it was under- stood that all christian denomina- tions should be allowed to use the edifice. W. W. Meeks (a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with headquarters at Lamoni, la., and Independence, Mo., whose members are as much opposed to the fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901 € / -< % 8 f wnsmieioii letter. Secretary Gage May Resign. REPUBLICANS IN A FIGHT Over the Control of the Pension Bu- reau, After Evans' Job—Revis- ing Tariff a Bluff to Hold Republican Votes. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, July 3, 1901. Secretary Gage is chafing under the muzzle that has been put upon him by the administration, and some predict that it may result in his resignation. Since turning the matter over to the diplomatic branch of the government with the hope of reaching a satisfactory settlement of the tariff war with Russia into which Secretary Gage's blundering construction of law plunged this country, Mr. McKinley informed Secretary Gage that he must cease talking for publication about the acts which led to the tariff war. This Mr. Gage is inclined to re- gard as a double reflection on his ' judgment, but whether he will take it seriously enough to resign is not yet apparent. Those best in- formed exprfess the o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 5 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901 TMEHEFOHMIIDDLEIIY Thompson & Fierabend, Props. a SDBCi Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. IWTiWfpS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. G. F. Ingersoll, a prominent cat- tleman of Miles City, Mont., came in on Tuesday and is looking for bargains in cattle. He is quar- tered at the Ritchey. j* J* Livestock Inspector Sachse re- ports that during the month of June there were thirteen shipments of cattle from Hereford "aggregating 16,634 head. This does not Tn- clude the large numbers bought here and sold to local parties. * j* Judge Jno E. Ferguson received a letter from D. W. McClure of Sedalia, Mo., saying that he had recently sold 235 head of 2-year- old Durham steers whose weight averaged 1231 pounds. This goes to show what blood and corn will do. IMPORTANT MEETING. That Held by the Executive Com- mittee of the Panhandle Stock- man's Association. We are in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 12 July 1901

V i V Hereford Reporter Our Citizens Should Spare No Effort to Have a College Established Here VOL.1. NO. ^ 1r\ HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 12, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR bey. mm uk Impressed Favorably With Hereford. IDEAL PLACE FOR A COLLEGE. He Says Conditions at HerefQrd, a New Town, Surprise Him from a Moral Standpoint. Rev. Randolph Clark, an educator of national repute and until recently the president of Randolph College at Lancaster, is now at Hereford giv- ing a series of sermons and lectures at the Christian church. Rev. Clark came here at the invi- tation and request of G. R. Jowell, a prominent ranchman living just east of town, and as this is his first visit to this section of the country it is a flattering compliment to the country, its climate, Hereford and her citi- zens when he says that this is a most ideal place in which to establish an educational institution which would be second to none in the west. He marveled that Hereford should be so absolutely free fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 12 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901 WISJim LETTH. Where Are the Cuban War Bonds? GEN. GOMEZ IN WASHINGTON. Senator Tillman and Col. R. M. Johnson Express Themselves on the Political Situation. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, July 10, 1901. "Bonds, bonds, where are the bonds?" is a sort of game, some- thing like "Thimble, thimble" etc., that numerous persons are engaged in playing. The bonds in the case are those alleged to have been is- sued by agents of the republic of Cuba, and the proceeds to have been expended in fighting Spain. Where those bonds are and how many of them are out is a question that is the key to the game and not likely to be fully answered until the hold- ers of them make a demand on the Cuban government, soon to be es- tablished. One man, who probably knows about all that is to be known about those bonds, and maybe has a big block of them himself, was in Washington this week, conferring with Secretary Root and Mr. Mc- Kinley. That was Gen. Max...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 12 July 1901

% t 1- HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901 PRETTY HOME WEDDING. Two of Hereford's Popular Young People United in Marriage. Sunday evening the immediate friends and relatives of W. T. Womble and Miss Eula McAteer as- sembled at the beautiful home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McAteer, to witness the holy mar- riage ceremony of this well known and popular young couple, which occurred at 8:30 o'clock. Rev. F. T. Denson, officiating. The groom is one of Hereford's progressive young business men, while the bride is a charming and popular young lady in home and so- ciety circles, who have many friends who will join with the reporter in wishing for them a long life of hap- piness and usefulness. Advertised Letters. The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for at the Here- ford postoffice June 30. 1901 : W. R. and J. R. Barton. R. C. Benight. J. W. Burrows. James Copgin. G. C. Conklin. J. L. Davis. B. J. Deck. C. T. Doody. Geo. A Fnyman. Miss Agnes Garvey. E...

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