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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 21 February 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY as, 190a. pTTY DRAY ^ C. H. Harlan, Propr. All kinds of dray- ing done on short notice and at rea- sonable prices telephone no. 9 Are You Going to Build? If so, I would like to figure with you. Flans and specific cations furnished without cost. Best of references as to work- rn a n s h ip. No contract too large or too small. . J. P. SNYDER, Contractor The Santa Fe. The road aggregates 7,030 miles, .exclusive of second tracks and sid- ings. During the past five years it has expended for constructing or ac- quiring additional railways, term- inals and new equipment, over $22,- 000,000 and for improvements and betterments $14,500,000. The ex- penditure in this way of over $36,- 000,000 indicate a period of pros- perity to the corporation. From in- come and working capital there has been received $17,618,000. Thir- teen million has, since July, 1901, been or is immediately to be spent in the purchase of cars and engines o.f large capacity.—Roswell Rec...

Publication Title: Hereford Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

reford Reporter VOL. a. NO. 2 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBUARY 28, 190a $1.50 PER YEAR I )ore. I make their lilies hard fay of 52tf fivery lg is and |t, 29 jons; |ty o£ buys ¡)ox & 5 ltf the dis- >thlin |s in- of >thlin Mc- lebt jllect |m> of IL1V. ie El I made íeral was iotiy« ie he >y of Broom Corn There has been a great deal said in the newspapers of the country in the last two years about the farmers raising broom corn, and many far- mers have gone to raising it without investigation. A correspondent of the Farm and Ranch says there are two varieties, the Standard and the Dwarf. The soil of Texas is better adapted to the Dwarf. . The Stand- ard, or large growing sort, is too long and the straw too coarse. There is a great deal of waste in it, therefore the manufacturer or dealer is slow to take hold of it, while the Dwarf is finer straw and a shorter brush, and at the same time produ- ces as much salable product to the acre as the Standard. It can be p...

Publication Title: Hereford Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

I \ VV-' PgTViL . ; TMHÍEPOftD RÉPOfttER, FRIDAY, PÉBITUARY 38,i$to. f • # "-W I £ ■ vl> I :l \'¿ p* ♦ >* - p DYER & SONS RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER.SH'NGT E5, SASH, DOORS AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDiNG MATERIAL We carry" tbe latest aud b2>£ supply of Lu«ui?r to be found in this section of the country. Give a uial e.der. & HEREFORD YARDS AT l a; \s - PLAINVIEW &&&&&$& $*** jrjao4. . ill HE R-EFOR D REPORTE*R P'JBLISB'SD V. ET- T BY FRANK L. VANDERBURGH the only rat br pu hl'sfied in Di-Aí. ¿M . ti tob;u / Subscription Piicev$i-50 Per Year Entered at J;w* p'istoffice al Hereford, Texas, as second <• ,iss mn' i tuauer. ADVERTISING RATES i DISPLAY—$1.00 per inch per month wilh liberal discount an. long time coat, at s ' LOCALS—Ten cents-per line first insertion; five cents per line each succeeding in- sertion. All adv. copy must be in by Wednesday, i-noon ta instue insertion in current issue. ' Advertising bills due on the first o £ each >i month...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ¿8, 1902. he íel oy ftae -3t I. at lab- lfor Utf iel >W !W> ¡an. ide ry up |K«.« For Fine Work in aqil ••• SEE PRIEST THE PAINTER Notice.. All parties indebted to the under- signed will please call at Garner & Patton's store where you will find us. We want all accounts settled soon either with money or note. 52tf Stambugah & Lipscomb. The University of .Texas. Summer School enrolled more than two hun- dred students during the session of 1901, the larger proportion being teachers with an ambition to improve their scholarship and teaching power. The splendid library, well equipped scientific laboratories and spacious class-rooms will be open to the teachers of the state at a nominal expense. For a catalogue, giving a full account of the courses of study offered, addressee Registrar, Aus- tin, Texas.. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf A. B. Spencer, of the '«Denver" road, is in town today in the inter- ests of that railroad: We know of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2&, iptfc. Hereford Mercantile ******* Company £ PRICES THAT PLEASE ^ 3 doz. misses' jackets, formerly $2.25, 3 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $1.00, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .50, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .60, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $3.00, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $7.00, 2 doz. King K overcoats, formerly $6.00, 2 doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, l.V doz. duck overcoats, formerly $1.65, 1 doz. good duck overcoats, formerly $1.25, \ doz. duck overcoats, formerly $5.00, The Leading Mercantile House 01 the Panhandle now $1.75 now .75 .40 .50 2.10 5.25 4.50 2.65 2.75 1.30 K00 3.75 now now now now now now now now now now *4 hTéhT4¿TéiTátTi)Td<Tik The Avalanche Misinformed. It is rumored that we are soon to have overland train service between here and Hereford. A thirty-six horse power traction engine, seven wagons and a caboose will constitute the equipment of the n...

Publication Title: Hereford Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2&, IQCJ. m POSTOFFICE HOURS General deli/ery open from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of ¿rain. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMM1TT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 ra. " " 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. Endep Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford " at 8 p. m. LOCAL 1TE1Í1S OF IHWEST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf W. R. Evants went to Roswell on Monday. Heating stove for sale cheap. A. J. Oliver. ltf Will Stone of Bovina spent Sun- day in town. Kenneth Turner of Dimmitt was a visitor in town Monday. Frank Gibson of Dimmitt was among the callers in town Monday....

Publication Title: Hereford Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1902; I! ' C L REYNOLDS Expert watcQnaker and Jeweler Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired., «ft Formerly with ELGIN WATCH CO. LUEBER WATCH CO. LANCASTER WATCH CO. Hereford, Texas May She Be Benefited. Dr. C. L. Slocks has rented the Fienibend residenc (formerly owned by Rev. F. T., Denson) and has opened up an office therein for the practice of dentistry. The follow- ing reconmendation of the Dr.. and his wife is clipped from their home paper: Dr. C. L. Stocks and wife left Monday for Hereford, Texas, where they will locate, hoping the climate may prove beneficial to . the latter's failing health. Duritíg his residence here, Dr. Stocks enjoyed a large dental practice, in which he posses- sed rare skill. This excellent fam- ily will also be greatly missed in their social and religious circles of our city in which they figured quite prom- inently. While regretting exceed- ingly to lose them as citizens, *t af- fords us genuine pleasure, to com-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

í t "HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, ÍQÓ2. I í- É I r. \% HIGH SCHOOL (OTES. "Interesting Items from Our Busy School Room, Compiled for Reporter Readers. Miss Veraa Owens received the highest grade in the high school department. The following pupils •-received an average grade above ninety-five per cent: Yerna Owen j James Bell Ezra Norton 1 v Claud Witherspoon • Charlie Robison Mary Burns Annie Hill Maud Parker Roscoe Davidson Pearl Feemster Prisly Dyer The work of the • pupils of the third and fifth grades for the month . of February is worthy of mention. Their average grades show their - work to be that which only bright and diligent students could accom- plish. The highest grades were made by the following in the fifth grade : Gracie Robinson 97 Frankie Briton 97 Katie Davidson 96 Leron Gough 96 Others made good grades,, and while some failed to come to the front this month let them remember that there are opportunities for the next. Miss DeGraffenried's room took . holi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 28 February 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 38, 190a. HI Ü \m§9nim mmS i A Boys Logic. Yes Sir, it's so! Just the best month oí all- Febr'ary! Dead sure to blow, sleet V snow,— Things- a boy likes. Skates and ice an' snowball— Febr'ary! I say, the whole month's a show. That's what it is! There's Wash- ington's Birthday— Febr'ary! Dickens' an' Dan'i Boone's- Birthdays' this mopth! An' mine ! St. Valentine's day. Febr'ary! Tell you what. 'Ts worth ten Junes! But now—see here! How they up an' cut short. Febr'ary al'ways do that, shure as shot. With what boys like! Take days from the rest they'd ort, Febr'ary -tack 'em on to it! That's what. —Live Stock Inspector. The Hereford House will give special Sunday dinners to accommo- date those who want a good dinner and wish to save their wives the worry and work of preparing one. It will be much cheaper for you also. 52tf S. H. Morris left yesterday for New Mexico points on a collecting trip for Smith, Walker & Co. Notice of Dissolution. Notice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

Hereford Reporter VOL. 2. NO. 3 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 7, 1902 $1.50 PER YEAR 11 11 lia le. Itf !S in 3n id l*y a ¡11 Is. 6ae Brand MaRaa If Initial Appearance Meets Approval As per announcement in former issues of this paper, the Panhandle's new publication, The Brand, made its initial appearance on the 1st. inst., and, judging by the expressions of approval by the people here and elsewhere in the Panhandle, its suc- cess is already assured. What is more to the point, this approval of the people is taking a very substan- tial means of expression, and the subscriptions are pouring in at a rate very gratifying to the publishers. Notwithstanding the many rever- ses met with by the promoters of the new journal in getting it started, it made a very creditable appearance. The sickness of the editor, then of one of the publishers, and some of the office help, caused some appre- hensions lest the paper should not make its appearance at the appointed time, and it was foun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

iRD "REPORTER, TRIDXY, 1CARCH 7, T&n HEREFORD REPORTER published weekly by FRANK X. VANDERBURGH ¡ *1 THE ONLY tPAPER PUBLISHED Itf 'DEAJFSSMITH JCOTJNTY ; Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Hereford, Texas, as ssoaSd-clsss mail matter. ADVERTISING RATES ¡display—$1.00 per incl^fer .month with liberal discount on long! ¡time contracts rlocals—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. j Advertising bills due on the first of eachi nwostir; job work on d«Kvery. \ FRIDAY, McrCb ,*y 1902 ( Hereafter ill subscriptions must; \*>e paid in advance, and papers will be discoafaiued on expiration of < «time paid for. Kereford's Need. The subject of incorporation, •jrhich is just now being agitated so rpresistently by a class of good citi- . zens, is one which cannot be ignored :by thinking people who have the welfare of the tewn at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, ty>r. The Cattlemen's Convention. The cattlemen's convention, which convenes atJFt.. Worth March 8, 9- and 10, promises to be one of the itwgest attended' in the history of the organization. Much enthusiasm is being manifested throughout the country, and it will probably be a lively time at Ft. Worth when the convention meets. Quite a number er Hereford people have signified their intention of taking it in, but at the present writing we could not get a complete list of the names, so will defer publishing them until next week. The Local Papes, The National Printer-Journalist makes the following comment on the subscription prifce of a weekly paper: "Any good local weekly paper that devotes itself industriously and effec- tively to advertising all local news is worth $2 a year and ought tojeceiVe- this amount with, sincere thanks thrown in from everyloyal subscriber. Any intelligent citizen 04ght not only to recognize that value to a commu- nity o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, ígói. ¿LTaTATaT*T TOWK ? Hereford Mercantile Company M &kTéiTiiTisT4íT4ÍTáiTáíTiiTííT-i & oe PRICES THAT PLEASE ue HM 3 doz. misses' jackets, formerly $2.25, 3 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $1.00, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .50, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .60, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $3.00, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $7.00, 2 doz. King K overcoats, formerly $6.00, 2 doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, 1^ doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, 1^ doz. duck overcoats, formerly $1.65, 1 doz. good duck overcoats, formerly $1.25, now £ doz. duck overcoats, formerly $5.00, now 4 now $1.75 .75 now now now now now now now now now .40 .50 2.10 5.25 4.50 2.65 2.75 1.30 1.00 3.75 M— - ► ► 4 M i The Leading Mercantile House Of the Panhandle ílT¿i a ¡Ü Wednesday's Fire. Last Wednesday a prairie fire swept through this country from the west,- passing some 3 or 4 miles north of this town. A heavy wind moved it at the rat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

r' ttXfy&ít ''7"**^ •' ■ wRMk '• • \v*' ' v"' ^ 7 - w HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1002. mak- ' ex- drork. ed on ices exas mfac- 1 lion inder- :h & us. soon 111 ac- In are ORR. 1 lies, Ind tADO. k.n- ir, ;nt in ^at ty ten id, las ta- ie, int ily is ion [he is it- rill of ;se to ru- ff 1 By a Little Tot. The following reproduction of a story was written by little Irma Gough, daughter of Judge L. Gough, who is a student in the second grade of the public school here. It is re- produced here as showing the prog- ress made by the little ones in that department. A LITTLE SQUIRREL. This little squirrel lives in a hol- low tree. There is an old farm house near by. A little girl lives there. Her name is Nellie. She feeds the squirrel nuts or corn. There is a yellow cat lives in the same house. One day the little squirrel was playing on the porch, and the old cat caught the little squirrel in his mouth, and Nellie ran and caught the cat and got the squirrel. Then Nellie said. "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

Wm'í . ..... I ¡; t .., HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902. 4 U'^V ■■ ■r-''- &£sfr v';í-. For the Stockman The greatest stock raising country in the world, with a direct transportation route above the southern quarantine line to and II AAA A from all markets and the great liKlgllN pasture lands of the west and 1 UIIUU northwest For the Homeseeker V9llPIl ^ Cheap farming and grazing lands I QI lUII in the Panhandle of Texas * 11 M 9 Lands under irrigation in the ■ Pecos Valley of New Mexico, I lTInQ producing the finest fruits, I |||I||V I melons, alfalfa, celery, garden AsIIIVl# Jm produce, etc., etc. Business w opportunities of all kinds in a new and prosperous country For the Healthseelcer -4K A climate already famous for its health promoting qualities JÍ Altitude not too high, air pure * SivtHtm Kansas j! j! And w* p1""" ***" wii.; ""d Railway Ga. al Texas * * 2 10 s"' ' pacas i mm Texas R'i 6a. Pacas vaiiag i * ** 2 2 2 w íarneasiaraR'iCc. ^ - pacas River Raiir'd Ga. J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902. t -i •x k « 1a t POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. 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. ra. " " 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 ITERS OF INTEREST _____ ♦ Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf W. M. Lay, the well known Bov- ina cattleman, was a pleasant caller in town Sunday. We handle Maitland coal from the Broadhead mines at Aguilar, Colo. Hereford Grain & Coal Co. 52tf H. M. Miller of Denver, repre- senting the Geneva...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

t ... HEREFORD" REPORTER FRIDAY, MARCH 7 **** -4 for, pine Work in |H PalDili| hi mm... gWK f HEREFORD GRAIN & COAL CO. Successors to Stambuugh & Camp Coat Grain, Hay, Salt AND FIELD SEED THE PAINTER C1IIG WO 601)6. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Roy Camp is reported, quite ill with pneumonia. Frank Dy^jT bambeen s¿iik with>the grippe this week. Cardwell Bros., have the finest line of dried,fruitsjn, town. 3-lt - A. L, XaylDr was here from Port,, Qkla., Tuesday prospecting... The Albatrose flour at Cardwell Bros. Every aack guaranteed. 4~lt Little Doyle Womble is reaover- ipg from a severe case of pneumonia. Cardwell Bros-.have just received, a nice lot of garden seeds,onion sets, «te. 3- It L. Gough's baby girl, who has been quite sick with pneumonia, is convalescing. J. W. Stone came ip from Wichita Rails Wednesday andt registered, at the Hereford House,. W. A..and W. T. Slover were rae~ mistered at the Hereford Houaa t*,rom Dimmitt this week. Mr., and Mrs* 5. Halse...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, "FRIDAY, If ARCH *7, to* . jtae -4 * ltf sick. fam- 3rt£ achie; and i ViSl- i' his -.! : tract lence theasU ir en- Idnes-!. from! \4 was-, [ouse |on a mday •The |ader, lially and ri, ar- and Jpiith set ion rased jleted |c and We has rants |we go lis on ise a irty,. \t yet._ here, lent oL [S A3 WELL AFFAIR. ¿Amarillo' Four Hundred Partici- pate in the Pecos Valley Ball. Last Monday eveniag a large « crowd gathered^at tthe newweffices of Ihe Pecos Valleyrailroad on invitation • of the Peats Valley officials and em- ployes, about three hundred of which' . had been issued. Full dress male • attire and decollette female attire were in evidence everywhere in the ¿spacious ball rooms. This event vwas probably the swellest of any : social affair in the history of the Panhandle. The comrmttee of .arrangements had engaged --¿he .Jaoirez Mexican band to furnish the music, which was very fine intieed, all of them be-; : ing musicians of exceptional merit,j tthe most woaderfiu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 7 March 1902

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902. Madden Wins a Watch. The editor of the Appeal to Rea- son, whose paper was for a while under the ban of the postof&ce de- partment, had offered a souvenir watch to the person getting the largest number of subscribers, and awarded it to Mr. Madden, whose ruling and the consequent publicity caused subscrip- tions to pour in from everywhere. He enclosed the following letter with the watch: On behalf of the comrades of the Appeal Army, whose names are herewith attached, permit me to pre- sent to you a little souvenir as a to- ken of their appreciation for the work you have done in bringing to the at- tention of thousands of Americans the subject of Socialism, and arous- ing the American nation to the dan- ger of leaving in the hands of an ir- responsible person the power to deny to a legitimate publication the sec- ond-class mail privilege. As a result of your action regard- ing the Appeal, a spirit of protest has been aroused in the United ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 14 March 1902

Hereford Reporter VOL. 2. NO. 4 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 14, 1903 $1.50 PER YBAR rery ia land 29 ^ns $ oC }\iy&. & ¡ltf I feel -AS the Local News jkjijUjL Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf New Jewelry at Gough's Drug Store. 4-tf C. M. MoLane of Castro county was in town Monday. Try Smith's Cough Syrup. Gough's Drug Store. 4-tf Sam Morris returned Monday from a trip to the Territory. Mr. Thomason and daughter of Amarillo were here Monday. Cardwell Bros, have just received a, nice lot of garden seeds,onion sets, etc. 3-lt Walter Sullivan and wife and Mrs. Cloyd were shopping in town Monday. Oscar Bryant, typo on the Re- porter force, is sick with the grip this week. Smith's Dentifrice will clean the teeth and sweeten the breath. Gough's Drug Store. 4-tf John Jackson of Amarillo was here Monday in the interest of the Stringfellow-Hume Co. We handle Maitland coal from the Broadhead mines at Aguilar, Colo. Hereford Grain & Coal Co. 52tf Conner Jowell is pros...

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