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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 12 July 1901

' HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901 [ Vv ■ p| ft§ HEREFORD REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1901 Entered at the postoffice at Hereford, Texas, as second-class mail matter. C0I li IKO GOING. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. Get drugs at Bounds & Co.'s. 20tf For sale—Two good milk cows. Apply to G. A. Stambaugh. 20-2t Robert Johnson came in on Wed- nesday from the Rock Island. Mrs. E. O. Fierbend left Tues- day for a visit with Amarillo friends. Homer Beal of Lubbock was registered at the Humphrey Mon- day. G. F. LeGrand of LaPlatta was registered at the Humphrey Wed- nesday. J. A. Mcintosh came in from the ranch Monday and registered at the Humphrey. Mr. Hawkins' little son, Willie, has been quite ill. Dr. Gough at- tended him. If you want an Accident or health policy in a good company, see W. G. Mullins. 18tf J. L. Underw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 12 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY is, 1901 <*> s <3 (3 J I 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. 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 ITEfOS OF INTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Go to Gough's for drugs. 18tf Buy best cigars at Gough's. 18tf A nice room to rent apply to Witherspoon & Gough. 16tf Go to the Hereford restaurant for chilie. 14tf Only a few of our nobby men's flannel suits left. 20tf Judge Veal of Amarillo was in town Monday on leg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 12 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901 TBE^BEREFflRDvtfSflDDLERY Thompson & Fierabend, Props. a Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. IHTERESTIH&STOuK NEWS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. J. R. Flores, a prominent Ama- rillo cattleman, was registered at the Ritchey Wednesday. J J* Thos. B. Tombs, the well known Kansas City cattleman, was a guest at the Ritchey this week. j* J* Over 50,000 head of cattle have been shipped from Hereford this spring to different points north. Lake, Tomb & Co., bought of John W. Gordon 698 twos which they shipped Wednesday to their South Dakota ranch. j* j* L. Coffee and Scott W. Green of Big Springs on Tuesday sold 700 ones and twos to G. F. Ingersoll of Miles City, Mont., who shipped them to that point on that day. j* C. E. Brown, of the firm of Janes Bros. & Brown, is in town on his way to his Lamb county ranch to look after his interests out there....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

► , Hereford Reporter Hereford Will Soon Be the Educational Center of the Plains „.A V \r (V vol. I. no. w.'yV HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 19, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR WE WILL HAVE A COLLEGE. Mass Meetings Held Monday and Tuesday Evenings. WORKING COMMITTEES APPOINTED. A College Corporation Will Be Organized and a Board of Trustees Elected at a Meeting to be Held at the Church Next Tuesday Evening—Everybody Requested to Be Present and Take an Interest. * % v $ * The suggestion in last week's is- sue of the Reporter that our citi- zens make an effort to have a col- lege located at this place caused a heap of talk which resulted in a meeting of' the workers for public enterprise held at the church last Monday night. Judge Gough called the meeting to order and stated the causa of as- semblage. It was the unanimous choice of those present that Judge Ferguson preside and that F. L. Vanderburgh act as secretary. Rev. Randolph Clark was called upon to present his views of the matte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

J HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 BUYS ANOTHER RANCH. J. D. Thompson of Bob, 1. T., Buys Rat Jo well's Ranch Property. Rat Jowell returned Wednesday from a trip to Bob, I. T., where he went to look at a bunch of 300 ones aod twos belonging to J. D. Thomp- son, who bought the Jacob Buttram place recently. Mr. Jowell had a fine ranch property about two miles east of town and Mr. Thompson wanted it, but wanted to trade his steers for same. Mr. Jowell, being essentially a cattleman and one of the best judges of those animals in this part of the country, decided to take a look at the steers, which he did, with the result that the trade was made, Mr. Jowell becoming the possessor of a fine bunch of steers and Mr. Thompson gaining one more of Deaf Smith county's fine ranch properties. The deal in- volved a cash value of $12,000. Mr. Jowell will immediately com- mence the erection of a fine resi- dence on his place three miles east of town on the Tierra Blanco. QUARTERS TOO SMALL. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

mm I HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 f) i) / > ( HEREFORD REPORTER published weekly by FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 Entered at the postoffice at Hereford, Texas, as second-class mail matter. ADVERTISING RATES 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- sertion. 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. It is easy to locate the live mer- chant these days. He advertises during the dull season to get the buyers coming his way and this fall they will continue to come and bring their neighbors.—Ex. J* There is every reason to believe that Hereford now has an opportunity to have an excellent college. It is the chance of a lifetime and every resident and busin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 I 1 j if {¡i EDITORIAL NOTES. Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. Now that Mac is out for Dawes Let the country pause, 'Midst a mighty hush, And watch "Billy" Mason blush. Anxious Inquirer: No; Teddy isn't dead ; he is only vicepresident. j* Ohio democrats know enough to manage their affairs without repub- lican advice. j It is up to Commissioner Evans to write another letter to Gen. Sickles, thanking him for his retention in office. j« If Hon. A. P. Gorman can get the Maryland republicans to en- dorse Representative Mudd for the Senate, he will have walkover. j* The escape of the Montana train robbers merely proves that it is us- ually the best mounted men who win in a rough and ready race across the country. j* All London is laughing at an American today—Mrs. Yerkes, wife of the street railway plutocrat —who has been fooled into the be- lief that King Eddy is going to call on her at her hotel. * England has given another p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 19, iqoi \) V 4 J 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. 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. Get drugs at Bounds & Co.'s. 20tf Go to the Hereford restaurant for chilie. 14tf D. C. Laird of Dimmitt was a guest at the Ritchey Sunday. Call at Stringfellow & Hume Hardware Co-for binding twine. 18 4t G. F. Le Grand of La Plata was registered at the Humphrey Mon- day. Come quick if yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

i III coins f D (Willi. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. R. T. Holloway left Thursday for Cleburne. A. P. Murchison made a business trip to Amarillo Thursday. Sheriff Frank Vaughn of Dimmitt came in Wednesday on his way to Amarillo. Sam Wise of Dimmitt came in Wednesday and took the night train for Amarillo. Rev. Randolph Clark left Thurs- day for points down the line, going to Snyder from here. Mrs. Retchford of Wichita Falls came in yesterday and is visiting at the home of Mrs. F M. Avis. E. T. Connell came in town yes- terday, bringing with him Miss Bessie Finnicum, who had been visiting at his home since the Fourth. J. T. Claybrook of Endee, N. M., came in Wednesday evening with his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Irwin, who took the night train for their home at Childress. Taylor Bassett came in from his North Draw ranch yesterday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas and daughter of Roff, I. T., who will visit Mrs. Bassett, Mrs. Thomas' mothe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 The Automobile vs. The Horse. Being the First of a Series of Arti- cles on the Humane Movement in Regard to Animals. The Emergency Hospital in Washington is making a strong ef- fort to secure automobiles instead of ambulances drawn by horse power tor its service. The reasons given for the change are cogent. It is stated that as things are, a horse used for this work lasts little more than a year, in spite of the best of care and treatment. The "rush orders" in summer are nu- merous and the horses are often compelled to travel on the jump for a mile or two and back in the heat of the day on account of the number of heat prostrations which occur at that time. The hospital authorities say that if they could have auto- mobiles the conditions of things would be better both for them and the public, to say nothing of the horses. This is a matter which ought to interest any city government, and it may be suggested that the same arguments would hold f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 19 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 TPE^IIEIIEFORDueiiflDDLEBY Thompson & Fierabend, Props. a Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. INIERESTIHfiSTOCK HEWS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. Luther Bennett recently bought H. S. Syms' bunch of 38 cattle. * * Last week J. D. Files bought 68 cows and calves from C. L. Adair. * J I. N. Dillard came in this week with 75 steers which are on the open market. j* j* John T. Shy, a prominent Kan- sas City cattleman, came in Satur- day and registered at the Hum- phrey. * j* M. C. Conners of Spearfish, S. D., is among the cattle buyers stopping, at the Humphrey, having arrived on Saturday. J «*• A. P. Murchison sold for Green & Coffee a bunch of 55 yearlings to Lake, Tomb & Co., who shipped them to Dakota on Friday last. Jt A bunch of 557 mixed cattle be- longing to W. E. Stewart of Can- yon passed through here Sunday on on their way to Portales, N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

I I .HEREFORD REPORTER REFRESHING RAINS CONTINUE TO FALL HEREABOUTS v" O J Y VOL. I. NO. 22 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 26, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR HEREFORD SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Is the Name of the New College Corporation. AN EXCELLENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS Elected at an Enthusiastic Meeting Held Tuesday Evening and a Charter Adopted—Constitution and By-Laws to be Adopted at a Meeting to be Held Next Monday Evening. At a mass meeting held Tuesday 1 evening for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the Here- ford School Association and to adopt a charter for incorporation, the committee appointed at a pre- vious meeting for that purpose made the following report, which was accepted and the committee dis- charged : We your committee appointed at your last meeting to draft a charter for the Hereford School Association beg leave to submit the following as our report, embodying a charter for a school at this place, which we trust will meet all requirements at the present ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1901 i 11 Ji conservative, conscientious, reput- able and public spirited board of directors could not have been chosen had the whole state been searched, and we believe the se- lection of such a board assures the success of the undertaking, as people can put in their investments with the utmost confidence that that they will be well managed. The finance committee composed of Messrs. Inmon, Gough, Evants, Stambaugh and Patton made a ver- bal report to the effect that they had talked with many people con- cerning an investment in the college fund, but had decided not to ac- cept any funds until the board of directors was elected and a charter apopted for incorporation. Also that they believed that the selec- tion of a site for the college should be left to the said board of directors. Their report was accepted and the committee discharged. Judge L. Gough then gave a stir- ring address 011 the mode of precedure which the people must pursue in order ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1901 IN HYMENIAL BONDS. e © F. B. Fuller and Miss Salome Moore Quietly Married at Quanah. As this morning's southbound train came rumbling in, little did the Hereford people think that a part of its burden was a .bride and groom, and when F. B. Fuller and his bride stepped off the train, to say that their many friends were surprised is putting it mild. But here is the way a city paper would chronicle the event: Married—At Quanah Thursday, at 3 :30 p. m., at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. C. N. N. Ferguson, of the Methodist church, Frank B. Fuller of Hereford and Miss Salome Moore of Mangum, Okla. Mr. Fuller is serving his second term as the efficient clerk of Deaf Smith county, which testifies as to his popularity and business integ- rity, while the bride was formerly an eminently successful instructor in the Hereford High School and counts as her friends all who have been honored with her acquaintance. On arriving in Hereford they we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

M- HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1901 y ] EDITORIAL NOTES. Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. The man who was hankering after an old-fashioned summer has hid himself in an ice house. Boss Piatt's announced retire- ment has not interfered with his dictation of Federal appointments in New York. Boss Hanna will be glad to pay the freight on that contemplated bolt in Ohio. That is one good and sufficient reason why it should not occur. The difference between ex-Indian Agent Sharpe and some of the InT dian agents is that Sharpe has been tried and convicted of having ac- cepted bribes. Republicans were ready enough to claim credit for big crops, but they are not claiming any responsi- bility for the hot wave that played havoc with the country's corn crop. The New York Evening Post thinks the tariff situation offers an opportunity for a great republican, which is true enough, but as there is no great republican, it will not be taken advantage of. Ex-Governor Black ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY a6, 1901 o á O < O V "Y # 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. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " At. 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. Buy best cigars at Gough's. 18tf Go to the Hereford restaurant for chilie. 14tf Judge Kerr and family of Dimmitt were in town Saturday. Ladies' sleeveless vests at 5c at Smith, Walker & Co.'s. 2ltf Sam Wise of Dimmitt was regis- tered at the Humphrey Saturday. E. Carter was i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

f HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1901 I i fnH li 1 t I I 4 V i. CMIK III GOING. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. T. A. Henderson of Hart was a business caller in town yesterday. If you don't want to cuss Adam buy the Deering Machine and be happy. D. R. Gass & Son. 21tf S. P. Brooks of Waco, represent- ing the Baylor University, was a business caller in town yesterday. F. T. Denson, the photographer, made a business trip to Amarillo Monday morning, returning Tues- day. T. W. Hart, the genial post- master of the Castro county town of Hart, was a pleasant caller at this office on Thursday. J. W. Cowles, who has been the guest of his uncle, J. S. Wyche, for a couple of weeks past, returned to his home at Terrell on Tuesday. Judge Jno. E. Ferguson, the con- servative president of the Hereford National Bank, left Wednesday for Amarillo to attend the Boyce-Tanne- hill marriage, returning Thursday. County Clerk F. B. Fuller left Tuesday for a w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1901 Wi KANSAS BABY BEEF MAKING. A Result of a Test at the Kansas State Agricultoral College. We are indebted to Jno. E. Fergu- son for the Breeder's Gazette of the issue of July 10th, which contains the following article which will be read with interest and profit by the many stock-growing readers of the Reporter, this section of the country being especially adapted to baby beef raising: An experiment just concluded by Prof. H. M. Cottrell at the Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhat- tan, in the production of baby beef has given some most astonishing re- sults. One hundred and thirty calves of mixed breeding—scrubs, grade Herefords, grade Shorthorns and grade Angus, picked up as it hap- pened—showed in six months' feed- ing a gain of 100 pounds of beef for every 223 to 592 pounds of grain and 410 to 613 pounds of roughage ; whereas, according to Prof. W. A. Henry's figures, deduced from a large number of experiments, it re- quires 1000 pound...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 26 July 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1901 each, calves that ran with their dams in small pastures 435 pounds each, and calves raised on skim milk 440 pounds each. "The tamer calves are when they go into the feed lots," says Prof. Cottrell, "the better the gains and the cheaper every pound of gain is put on. The farmer who raises his own stock and pets them has every advantage in producing beef cheaply over the ranchman and over the feeder who buys at stock yards and gets calves that have had all the loss and excitement of shipping." A glance at the table will show that the calves raised until weaning on skim milk made greater gains and gains at less cost than any of the lots that had run with their dams until weaning. The difference in favor of the skim milk calves is strongly marked. These skim milk calves were not the stunted things that a feeder ordinarily thinks of when he hears of skim milk calves, but were thrifty, rapid growing calves when they went into the feed lots and had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 2 August 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER CI ,Cl k Hereford's Water Supply Is Superior to Any Town on the Plains VOL. I. NO • 2^ HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 2, iqoi $1.50 PER YEAR Bank Statement. NO. 6604 Report of the Condition of The Hereford National Bank at Here- ford, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, July 15, 1901: resources. Loans and discounts $87,343.12 Overdrafts, secured and unse- cured 3,483.45 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 6,250.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 250.00 Banking house, furniture and fix- tures 1,881.30 Due from National Banks (not Reserve Agents) 1,687.98 Due from approved reserve agents 35,024.99 Internal-Revenue stamps 172.85 Checks and other cash items 50.00 Notes of other National Banks 1,400.00 Fractional paper currency, nick- els and cents 310.15 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie $9,389.45 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circu- lation) 9,389.45 312.50 Total $147,555.79 liabilities. Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Surp...

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