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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 20 September 1901

k'A r i I DIRECTORY STATE. Grorernor Joseph D. Sayer Lieot.-Governor. J. N. Browning Treasurer..... J. W. Robbins Comptroller R. M. Love Land Commissioner Chas. Rogan Attorney-General C. K. Bell Snpt. Public Instruction J. S. Kendall Congressman John H. Stephens DISTRICT. Senator D. F. Goss Representative D. E. Decker Judge H. H. Wallace Attorney Ira Webste DEAF SMITH COUNTY. Judgt. W. B. Boyd Sheriff J. T. Inmon Clerk F. B. Fuller County Attorney , R. F. Hoiloway Treasurer Joe Killough Assessor J. S. Wyche Surveyor G. R. Jowell Commissioners— Precinct No. 1 L. R. Bradley Precinct No. 2 R. N. Mounts Precinct No. 3 Irá Aten Precinct No. 4 A. P. Murchison District Court convenes on the second Mondays of April and October. Commissioners' Court convenes on the second Mondays in February, May, August and November. SOCIETIES. I. O; O. F. Meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in their hall over G. M. McGlothlin's furni- ture store. All visiting brothers are cor- dially invited to atten...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 20 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901 f POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hoar after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pats. Train Arrives Leaves No. 2 Northbound.. .2:12 a. m. 2:13 a. m. No. 1 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. " " STAGS TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. m. At. Endee " at 8 p. m. Lv. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar Hereford " at 8 p. m. L8G8L ITEM 1MTEBEST Happenings in Oar Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Get school books and supplies at Bounds 8c Lipscomb's. 28tf Subscribe for the Reporter. Anything in toilet articles at Bounds & Lipscomb's. 28tf Frank Chestnut was in Monday from his Castro county ranch on important business. N. R. Wright was in from the Es- cabarda division of the XIT last T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 20 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901 IML rTQHBF HTEIE8T Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. MEMORIAL SERVICES. At 10 o'clock a. m. on Thursday all business houses in Hereford were closed on account of the services in memory of ex-President McKinley. The citizens of the town assembled at the church, and Judge Ferguson, ▼ho was master of ceremonies, an- nounced the program, which was car- ried out as follows: Invocation—Rev. Woods. Song, America—Choir. Following this were short talks by Dr. R. M. Johnson, R. F. Holloway and Judge Gough, alternating with singing by the choir. l After these the sermon was preach- ed by Rev. C. A. Clark, which was quite impressive. The services closed with singing " Nearer, My God, to Thee," the favorite hymn of the late lamented Presiden^. Music was in charge of Dr. R. H. Gough and was quité impressive. The services were concluded by prayer, led by Rev. Mr. Wood. Williams ft Son Sell Out. The latter part of last week ar- rangements...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 20 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ao, 1901 601)6 m 601)6. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. It rained here last week. Cattle shipments will commence in a very few days. Of course, you couldn't help but notice our new ads this week. Seed wheat at one dollar. J. C. Womble. 27t4p Austin Bassett spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' A. S. Bassett at their ranch ten miles north of town. The Reporter office was in re- ceipt of a very fine water melon on last Saturday afternoon. It was greatly enjoyed. Our lumber merchants report the lumber trade as booming. One of our big firms has in an order for twenty-one cars. Mrs. Willard Keene, wife of the genial ipadmaster for this division of the Pecos Valley lines, went to Roswell, N. M. Sunday and spent a few days with friends. A. L. Service and J. P. Snyder are doing the inside finishing work on Rat Jowell's new residence. They expect to have it ready for oc- cupancy in about two weeks, J. T. Nabor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 20 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ao, 1901 Vm HI CBIRG. oi People You Know Items Picked Up and There. m; I mMpxv; _ , , Especial Notice to a slip or a mishap of a new printer, one page of the Re- port appears as if it had at- tempted escape from the officers at the rear end of the flying train. We hope our readers will know how to manage it. Either invert the page or stand on /our head and the con- tents will easily reveal themselves. The Dimmitt Revival. Rev. M. W. Clark, pastor of the Methodist church at Millsap, has been visiting his brother at this place and while here assisted his brother, Rev. C. A. Clark, in a successful revival at Dimmit. Old settlers say this was the first genuine revival ever conducted in Castro county. There were twelve conversions and eight accessions to the Metho- dist church. Neighborhood differ- ances of long standing were settled and a good feeling prevaiils Rev. Clark left Hereford On the early morning erain, Wednsday for his home at Lillsap. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER . • VOL. I; *0. 32 HEREFORD, pEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR Random Shots. Why not let us all bear our part of the revenue. It is urged by the anti prohibition exponets that to abolish the saloon would be to lose the revenue to the state and county. We would ask, who pays this revenue The answer comes back," the saloon man". Well, where does the saloon man get it. ans. He gets it from the people who drink the whiskey. Now it does not seem fair to impose on one class for this heavy tax alth- ough we acknssled, it is exceeding kind and generous for them to in- sist on paying it while the rest of us go untaxed to this extent. Don't you think that equalization would suggest an advalorum that should bear alike the expenses of the gov- ernment. We insist that the gener- osity of those advocating this ques- tion is overtaxed and we want to help you. What good thing (just cne) does the saloon claim to do? I do not have refeance now to the man wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER a7 1901 JIM THOMAS J. P. SNYDER now & m Contractors and Builders ji The Best of Workmanship a'Specialty «K Estimates furnished m all classes at work on «kart aatlca ITEPS8F HTEIIE8T |a in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. L. G. Wilaon, 'attorney, was in town on last Tuesday, on legal bus- ineas, from Canyon City. Wallace Inglish made a hurried trip to Roswell, N. M last Saturday returning Sunday morning. The Canyon Stayer came out in a brand new dress and form last week which ia a great improvement on the old form. Henry Davenport spent Sunday in this dty and had his name enrolled ón the list or honor as a subscriber to the great and only weekly. H. • H. Hawkins returned to his home in Midlothian last Sunday, morning after a business visit to his lately acquired ranch property northwest of town. Mr. Hawkins says that his ranch is doing finely and that he thinks the-. Panhandle country is the country. Ed. Connell was in from New Mexico the fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

Supplement to The Hereford Reporter. HEREFORD, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER, 28, 1901. Chas. Carl was in Saturday on business. J. P. Snyder was here again Sun- day and spent tHe day with us. P. H. Northcross, recently of Greer county made this office a very pleasant call last Saturday morning. Big millinery next Monday, the 30th, at Smith, Walker & Co's. 321 MISS FLOSSIE JOHNSON Was ihe Fortunate Candidate From the Panhandle Country. Miss Flossie Johnson left on the morning irain last Sunday for Den- tod where she enters the North Texas Normal College as.appointee from this senatorial district. We congratulate Miss Flossie upon this appointment and also congratulate the North Texas Normal in receiv- ing the material for a bright stu- dent as represented by Miss Flossie. Hereford also has grounds io be proud and her many friends wish her a most pleasant and profitable session in this popular institution. Notice of Annual Meetings of the Stockholders and Direcrors of the Pecos & Northern ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

■ • ■ • yttPmtoes a 1 Estimates faralshí ,*■ ti work m short TQRS in Our Seat Briefly L. G. Wilson, *att< town on lMt Tuesday, iness, from Canyc Wallace Inglial trip to Roswell, Nj returning Sunday The Canyon Sta; brand new dress at which is a great imp. old form. Henry Davenport spen this city and had his nai on the list or honor as f to the great and only w^ H. • H. Hawkix his home in Midlot morning after a lately acquired northwest of tc says that his ranc and that he thii country is the cov Ed. Connell waj Mexico the first of i hands with old frieoi his commissary deps BSRKPORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17# **>« 1 v, •' ' WvmmKMM HI * rwEsawi Thp Pitchew Hohm mm How Aboi New Pair i Boots? v •1 ¡ "v I have had experience and Shoe b guarantee al) Repairing.... Neatly and Prom J. A. CANT .1 1 ' MEAT MARKET tULDINU i ft MM i >

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 37,1901 For Fine Work in M lust mitin 111 SEE... priest THE PAINTER HEREFORD REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, September 27, 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 co ntracts LOCALS—Ten cents per line first insertion; five cents per line each succeeding in- sertion. All adr. 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. ThE Dallas Fair opens on the 28tn inst. and bids fair to be better than ever. It would have to promise more than ever of course. If you haven't noticed Smith, Wal- ker & Co.'s new adv. on the sixth page of this issue, you should do so. The adv. is small but it is in- teresting. J« We are beginning to pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

«■ Thompson & Ficrabend, Props. suet sanies a stecimii Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. HIGH SCHOOL / NOTES. 7 It is pleasant to note that our school is progressing finely. There are 235 scholars enrolled. Last Friday the scholars in Prof- essor's room elected officers for the literary society and we expect to have an interesting, time this winter. We are glad to announce that we are very much pleased with our teachers this year. One of our teachers, Miss McDon- ald, is sick this week and we all hope that she will soon recover. Miss Bessie Davis has been filling her position during her illness. There have been several visitors since school opened: they are al- ways welcome, their presence and their good advice. Tom Carter and Leslie Moreman were absent from school on- Monday on account of sickness. We are glad that we have organ- ized a literary society and we hope that everyone will' do their best and have a nice society; then when any...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

I 'tóm n HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1901 POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Arrives Leaves No. 2 Northbound.. .2:12 a. m. 2:13 a. m. No. 1 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. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. Anything in toilet articles at Bounds & Lipscomb's. 28t See J. A. Johnson for'fresh, chea groceries. 29t Go to church on Snnday. Try us first when you need any thing in our line. Bounds & Lips comb. - 28tf Get school books and supplies at Bounds & Lipscomb's. 28tf Dr. Gough is t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 27 September 1901

sip ' HEREFORD REPORTER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1901 ' J ffi * • I M M M SMITH CQ. HEREFORD, TEXAS. Our NeW Stock of Fall and Winter Boots, Shoes and Dry Goods JUST RECEIVED M M TH litest In ladle's am gem's swell, sness M M M m HM M ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WEL made of patent kid, vel vet tops, extension soles, military and french heels The]Jvery newest styles for. dress and street wear. Biij's, YontH's stf Little Gems SDoes. We are agents for the celebrated Floresheim shoes. The Elue Ribbon School shoe for' misses, boys and children. The Brown Shoe Co.'s complete line of mens, women's and children's shoes. \V¡lL9Y/~TAN~BAL. ^ f] EN LEY TOE W\ Heavy double iiVA ¿o!8-j ►v* V.' * 'A M j t > i We are headquarterf for all kinds of reliable footwear and can show the great- est line to choose from that was ever brought to Hereford. the PfiCPCA itreef Jhoe tor Fall ano WlhTE Wear. <¡f M M Agents for Barton Brothers celebrated Shopmade Boots. Don't fail to see them as they are great values ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 4 October 1901

' Hereford ter For A Profitable Investment—Come To Hereford. Don't Fail. VOL. I. NO. M HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 4 1901 $1.50 PER TEAR TOMORROW Go and Vote, and Comcienc Dictates. Vote as your TOMORROW You Express Your Sentiments as You Will be Willing to Abide by Them for Two Years. Vote! Vote!I Vote!!! Tomorrow we goto the polls to cast our vote to decide an important ques- tion. >frhgt is the question ? Is it to determine whether prohibition will destroy many appetite for strong drink? It is to determine whether it will put whiskey beyond the reach of every individual in Deaf Smith County? It is to prohibit any one from taking a drink in Deaf Smith County ? No, this is not the question. The question is, "Shall I give my indorsement to the saloon and all its train of evils" or shall I refuse that indorsment. This is the question and whatever difficulties may present them selves this is the issue. Let us decide the issue, first from the stand point of our duty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 4 October 1901

'^? -'■ \?''~'j3?- ^ * : •■: -ft %:• -f" :; .. :;, ~T~~ \ HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901 JUST RECEIVED A FANC Y LINE OF ATTERN HATS ' We have something new each week to Interest you* DRESSMAKING A SPECIALTY FILES and WJfTNEY. ■" — HEREFORD REPORTER published weekly bt FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Hereford, Texas, aa second-class mail matter. ADVERTISING RATES DISPLAY—$1.00 per inch ger montea 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. FRIDAY, October 4, iqh A Protest. The mob and lynch law has now reached the point of being alarming. So common has it be com; for the mob to take into their own han-is the punishment of crime and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 4 October 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901 Mm pitt worts HENRIETTA TEXAS man m twin mmnts iM stainn Iron Fences, Floor Tiling, etc. S. B. FEEMSTER mn m mi Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. Vote tomorrow. Miss Pattie Coyle spent several days in Hereford last week, the guest of Mrs. Q. R. Whitney. She left for Nocoma Saturday morning. Bounds & Lipscomb are now on Park Davis & Co's jobbing list hav- ing bought the sufficient quantity of drugs to get jobber prices. 33tf H. C. Fez has anew display adv. in this issue. that is worth your pe- rusal. Vote tomorrow. Emmet Cardwell is making prepar- ations for an Oyster parlor in the rear of his popular resort. It will be opened in a short time. 33tf Mrs. C. Christoph and Mrs. John Wiley, mother and aister of Mrs. Geo. Dale who have been spending a couple of weeks with her, returned to their home in Amarillo yesterday morning. Geo. Hay has been spending the week in town. The material for his new dou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 4 October 1901

HntlFORS REPORTER, FRU ft:-, ■■ , w ' ■ ' ; .■III II ■ 5S5535ESS RSPORTSR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901 r . I % SB I, ■ TEXAS. PRACTICAL FAINTER. 9 W My Work is Guaranteed. 601)6. aid of People You Items Picked Here mad There. Know Up R. M. Parrish it enjoying the Dallas fair this week, going down Friday morning. \ " . — 1... 1 1. 1 i j ¿ í f Joe Killough is taking in ths great and only Dallas fair this week. He Went down last Friday morning. \ Mrs. S. H. McCracken and chil- dren left iot Frost last Friday morn- ing where she Is visiting her daug- ter. \ J. F. Morris came up ir m Ganes- vllle Monday morning. Business 1 f-course. O. F. Smith is very busy this week enjoying the beauties of the Dallas fair. He went down Friday A. J. Lipscomb, juhior member of Stambough & Lipscomb, and Bounds & Lipscpmb, left for Dallas last Friday morning and has been taking in the beauties of the fair this week. J. A. Johnson, the popular grocer spent Sunday in Amarillo,* going up Sunday morning an...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901 POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a.m. to "7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after arrival of *rain. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V, & N. T. TIME TABLE Pasa. Train Arrives Leaves No. 2 Northbound 2:12 a. m. 2:13 a. m. No. 1 Southbound . 7:23 a. m. 7:43 a. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. T-v. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. H " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE L.V. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee " at 8 p. m. L". Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford " at 8 p. m. C0IQIÜ6P *: Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. Vote tomorrow. Shoes, shoes, shoes. Smith, Walker & Co. Miss Bessie Davison is visiting Mrs. C. H. Carl 6 miles southeast of town. For high grade jewelry, -go to Bounds & Lipscomb's. 28t Finest Blue Ribbon Sewing ma- shine at $17. at McGlothlin & Hin tons. 31-2t Prepare for the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 4 October 1901

\ V HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES* Miss Ethel Rickets started to school Monday, and we are glad to have her with us. We are glad to announce that Prof. Rush who has a nice class in music, started teaching the other day. Our literary society rendered its first program last Friday afternoon : we had a very nice program but we are sorry to say, that some of our largest pupils werejvery much embar- rassed even before the scholars: wha will they be before visitors? I«et us hope that an improvement will be made soon. Miss Ida Kibbe is absent this week on account of sickness in the familj'. We are very sorry to anonunce that Jim Cox, on account of an accident, will not be able to attend school this week; we all wish him a speedy recovery and desire his presence at school. It is the desire of the scholars that we announce the pleasant time spent at the home of Miss Zella Avis last Friday evening. We had an interesting debate }n our literary society last Friday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 11 October 1901

I ' R _ I , i This Section of the Panhandle Is Progressing Steadily and Substatially VOL. I. HO HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER ix, 1901 $1.50 PER TEAR LOCAL OPTION CARRIED _ __ • Saturday's Election Resulted In A Majority of Nineteen In Favor of Prohibition. Last Saturday was the day for the trial for life of the legalized sa- loon in Hereford. The polls were opened promptly at the legal hour aud soon the forces on both sides were lining up for the contest. All day long the battle waged in the open, with little to show which side would gain the day; but when the day was done and vote was counted it showed that a majority of nine- teen had been cast for prohibition. Many claim that this result will bring damaging consequences to t6e'tnsteiÉU!' -interests of our town vhile as many others do not be- lieve that ouch will be the case. ASao, it Is believed by some that the moral results will be for the worse because of joints and dives that wflfl he run in the town, while oth...

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