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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1901 EDITORIAL NOTES. 1 ? ! { r I l! ft' Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. Washington has got another man on horseback—an esquestrian stat- ue of Gen. John A. Logan. * When Gov. Allen of Porto Rico decided not to resign, a very juicy plum was withdrawn from the po- litical market. J The Easter egg-rolling on the White House grounds did not inter- fere with the political log-rolling in- side the mansion. We are neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet, but if opportuni- ties are properly taken advantage of the next president of the United States will be named by the next Democratic National Convention. J If King Edward is wise he will keep his crown carefully locked up while Pierpont Morgan is in Eng- land. If Morgan should take a fancy to own the crown Eddy would save time and trouble by handing it over. Won't somebody work out that Porto Rican puzzle? Gov. Allen says that only about one-fourth of the good agricultural lan...

Publication Title: Hereford Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 20 April 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL M, 1901 B2fr POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hoip -New hoar after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. ^Beds at the rcstauraut. > ' A V I ^ D • < o v < P, V. ft 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. 4tf fishing tackle and baseball supplies at Gough's Drug Store. 6tf STAGE TO DIMMITT. It. 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. ^ For Sale—6-room house with hall and gallery. A bargain. Call and see H. Smith. 4tf Ar. Hereford at 8 p. m. LOCAL ITEPISJIF INTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Try Martin's for chilli. 4tf ^ ^Seeds at Gough's Drug Store. 7tf T. B. Tubbs i...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1901 TWO LUMBER DEALS. / By a Consolidation We Now Have Two Yards Instead of Four. Hereford has long enjoyed the dis- tinction of supporting more lumber yards than any other town in the Panhandle. But we no longer have that honor. Last Tuesday A. G. McAdams of Piano, owner of the McAdams lum- ber yard at this place, which has been so efficiently managed by Messrs. Stambaugh & Lipscomb, and J. M. Rockwall of Houston, owner of the Hereford lumber yard, which was the first to be established at this place, came into town on the same train, by chance, it is said. It is an old saying that when two magnates in the same business get their heads together there has something got to happen. It proved true in this case and the result is Hereford has two lumber yards now instead of four. Messrs. McAdams and Rockwall, believing that four yards were too many for the size of the town, began to devise some means whereby the number would be lessened. Dyer &a...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1901 BROOM CORN. A A •- «1 V I f v- # An Article on This Subject Which be of Interest to Our Farmers. There has been a great deal said in the newspapers of the country in the last two years about the farmer raising broom corn and many farm- ers have gone to raising it without investigation. There are two varie- ties, the Standard and the Dwarf. The soil of Texas is better adapted to the Dwarf. The Standard or large growing sort, is too long apd the straw too coarse. There (s a great deal of waste in it, t^írefore 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 pro- duces as much salable product to the acre as the Standard. It can be planted on light or heavy soil with good results. It takes about three acres to the ton and the farmer can usually get from $60 to $100 per ton for fine pea green dwarf broom corn, and it costs him about $40 per ton to raise, allowing hi...

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

■"***" HBRXPORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL ao, 1901 *Vv 11.: I, TPE^IEIEFIIMHIIILEIY Thompson ft Fierabend, Props. Stock Ms a SM Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. onBESiQCSTim IEWS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. D. H. McClusky on Wednesday sold to Taylor Bassett seven head of cows with calves. We under- stand Taylor bougnt them at a bargain. * * The recent heavy rains through- out the Panhandle blasted the hopes of the northern buyers They had banked on a late spring obtaining for them Panhandle cattle at a low figure. * J* Troy Womble, on Saturday last, sold to Palmer & Avis his registered Hereford bull—David Green 120854 —for $125. This is one of the ani- mals he bought at the Hudspeth- Chiles sale held here recently. «*• Ji The West Texas Stockman is authority for the statement that the live stock sanitary board of Kansas rescinded the order imposing an spection fee of two cents a head on...

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

Hereford BORN—IN OCTOBER, 1898, THE TOWN OF HEREFORD, PRESENT POPULATION, 700 VOL. I. NO. io HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, APRIL 27, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR >1*IWIWIW i A PLEA FOR OUR HOME?? ►So* MERCHANTS We would kindly call the atten- tion of the citizens of Hereford to the fact that our own home mer- chants deserve ALL their patronage. There is hardly a line of businesss which is not represented in Here- ford. Our merchants* have gone to great expense in many cases to provide the Hereford people with the necessary and many of the lux- urious commodities of life. They have built substantial business f/ jP buildings, and thus have helped materially to make the town what it is. They also pay taxes and a yearly license to help meet this ex- penses of local government. It is they who are called upon to donate to any act of charity or to sub- scribe for a needed improvement. In fact, without them the town would wither away and die. Why should they not, then, receive all of your p...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL rjt «901 HEREFORD REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLV BT FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, 91.50 Per Year SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1901 Application made for second-class mail matter privileges. ADVERTISING RATES DISPLAY—$1.00 per inch per month with liberal diacount on long time contracts. LOCALS—Ten cents per line first insertion; five cents per line each succeeding in- sertion. AH adv. copy most be in by Wednesday noon to insure insertion in current issue. Advertising bills due on the first of each month; job work on delivery. Subscribe for the Reporter. j* Speaking about weather, how does this strike you? The Hereford Sanitary and Im- provement Society deserves another long credit mark. This society was the means of having buried several dead animals that lay along the creek, a constant menace to the health of our town. Let the good work go on. J* "Hereford is the most progres- sive and best town I ever saw ...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL >7. «9 « < f> -f4 I ' ^ t> SCHOOL^BRIEFS What is Going 011 in Hereford's Institution of Learning £ EDITED BY MISS MAGGIE BURNS You care for your horses, You care for your dollars, You care for your lodges, You care your collars, But little, we think, You care for your scholars, Because you don't visit the school. Our school is progressing nicely. Miss Tot Mercer visited us last Friday. We will be glad to have visitors at any time. We are sorry to have Clade With- erspoon absent from school. Miss Nettie Laughlin, who has re- cently been on the sick list, is back with us. Miss Madeline Patton is teaching an elocution class now. Everybody join and be benefited thereby. We organized our literary society again last week Friday and hope everyone will bring up their pieces. No school was held Friday on ac- count of the absence of the teachers, who are attending the teachers' in- stitute at Clarendon. Mr. Overstreet will not accept the principa...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL aft **>i 1 Vt <c 1 Í; ll EDITORIAL NOTES. Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. At least the British will have to catch Gen. De Wet before they can commit him to an insane asylum. Ji To anxious inquiries: No; the "Dupes" advertised as a new book does not relate to the Porto Ricans. * Ex-Consul Adelbert S. Hay, who has had an excellent opportunity to know, says the Boers are not anti- American in sentiment. ji It will hereafter cost $50 to gamble in Arkansas, one-half to go to the informer and the other half to the public school funds. * South Africa comes high. Eng- land is preparing to negotiate a new loan of $250,000,000, although the price of consols is below par. J* Some dreams are hard to give up. Mr. McKinley still believes in the possibility of a white republican party in the south, in the near fu- ture. * The announcement that Tom L. Johnson will not be a candidate for the democratic gubernatorial nomi- nation this yea...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1901 9 * K r > O I V -f o V- > ■ -r' v t POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 7t00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour hoar after arrival of train. L. A..Montgomery, P. M. P. V. ft 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. Lr. 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 ITEjIISJIF INTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Try Martin's for chilli. 4tf You can get linseed oil at Bounds' Drug Store. 9tf Mrs. Mclntire of Denison was a guest at the Ritchey Saturday. J. W. Puckett of Canyon was among the visitors in town Sunday. New fishing tackle and baseball supplies at ...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 37 *9®* If HnRJjDHW. Movements of People Yon Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. Bring your family to the restau- rant for Sunday dinner. lOtf Judge J. P. Connell was in town Thursday and registered at the Humphrey. Your attention is directed to the new display and local advs. of Joe Killough's in this issue. W. R. Couch, a division manager for the XIT's, was in town Thurs- day, a guest < f Landlord Humphrey. Joe Killough will be ready to serve ice cream in his parlors Mon- day evening to all who are creamily inclined. * 10-lt Sheriff J. T. Inmcn, accompanied by his son, E. Homer Inmon, went over in Randall county on official business Tuesday. J. E. Williams, the manager of Messrs. Creech & Lee's interests at this place, returned Thursday from a business trip up the line. Jn t opened up—an elegant line of Shirt Waists and Skirts. Come quick and get siies and patterns. lOtf Smith, Walker & Co. G. R. Hay of Dimmitt was a pleasan...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1901 At i v W* ♦ ft * O • f WflSWTW UTTER. Alleged Frauds in the Commissary Dept. IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. A $5,000,000 Naval Station and a $1,000,000 Dry Dock is Pro- posed for the Islands. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, April 19, 1901. • Denials having been rendered ri- diculous by press dispatches from Manila giving names and details, War Department officials now con- fess that there have been extensive frauds in the commissary branch of the army in the Philippines, and announced with a flourish of honesty and virture that an official investi- gation is now being made with a view to the exposure and punish- ment of all those who have been guilty of wrong-doing.. This an- nouncement would have carried more weight with the disinterested public had it not been accompanied by another saying that the conduct of the investigation had been placed in the hands of Adjutant General Corbin. Gen. Miles is commander of the army, and as s...

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

w TIE^IEIEFIIMIHIILEIY Thompson & Fierabend, Props. m wtti sptciaitg Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. Smith, Walker & Co. Wholesalers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE HEADQUARTERS for STOCKMEN IHTEHESWT08K jiEWS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. William Smith, who owns a ranch near Dimmitt, came in town Sunday from Modena, Mo., with a carload of cows and two fine registered Hereford bulls—McKinley 69323 and Bill Anthem 85310—for his ranch. * ji Next Sunday a large shipment of cattle is expected to leave Hereford, A. W. Hudson having ordered 55 cars to be here for the shipping of cattle on that day. They are proba- bly going to the Kansas grazing fields. * H. "C. Harding, manager of the American Pastoral Company, is here from Amarillo, looking over the situation and making inquiries as to prices. Mr. Harding reports the stock interests of his section in good shape.—West Texas Stock* man. v J* * John...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 3 May 1901

Á. + # J Hereford Reporter WHO SAYS IT DON'T RAIN IN THE PANHANDLE? NO ANSWER. VOL. I. NO. xi HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY 3. 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR ^1 ; school briefs! I- 1 ► What is Going on in Hereford's < Institution of Learning ] E. HOMER INMON - EDITOR 4 < 1 i iHMifli firMiSli Tiitim ' Have we not had enough rain? We are all anticipating a grand vacation. Claude Witherspoon visited our school Monday. Miss Mary Coyle is on the sick list this week but is now improving. Miss Nettie Laughlin went to Summerfield last Thursday morning, returning that evening. We all hope that our next teacher will be as good to us as Mr. Overstreet has been. We had some very hard rains the first part of this week and they will certainly be fine on the grass. ..Miss Rena Whitney was absent Wednesday morning. We were glad to see her back in the evening. The school property would look much better with a fence around it and some trees set out in the yard. Rainy weather and sickness has cau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 3 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 3* 19" 999mmmmm999m9999mmm( PORTALES NEWS ! Items of Interest in the Busy • Hew Mexico Town ¡ HDfTKD BY MISS HELEN M. HALL < John Hughes ha* bought the Buchanans place. Dora Moore spent Sunday with the Misses Johnson. Portales is proud of possessing a mandolin and guitar club. A dance at the Adobe Hotel Fri- day evening was well attended. Rev. King spent several days in town the past week calling on his people. William Breeding and Mr. Pitts have a telegraph line connecting their houses. Mr. and Mrs; Scott have taken charge of the hotel recently va- cated by Mr. Harding. Mrs. Lindsey who was confined to the house for a few days the last week, is able to be out again. Miss Lulu Harding spent several days with Mrs. Sid Boyken, while Mr. Boyken attended court at Ros- welL One hundred and thirty cars of cattle from Old Mexico will be un- loaded at the stock yards to be fed and watered. Mr. and Mrs. Kilgove arrived Saturday, April 27. They came from Amar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 3 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 3, 1901 > O r J I HEREFORD REPORTER published weekly bt FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, MAY 3* 1901 Application made for second-class mail matter privileges. * 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. Subscribe for the Reporter. j• President McKinley has started on his western trip. He is enthusi- astically greeted at every stop. j* Talk about your needed rains— how did the showers of Saturday, Sunday and Monday strike you? J* It is stated that Oom Paul is to visit the United States. If he does he should be given a welcome be- fitting his station—that of a hero of heroes. The N...

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

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 190s EDITORIAL NOTES. Comment! on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. Now, will everybody be good and allow Mr. McKinley to enjoy his record breaking picnic? j• There is a tendency to stick pins in the little balloon sent up by Agui- naldo with the assistence of Gen. McArthur. j* Mr. McKinley probably left At- torney General Knox out of his pic- nic as a hint to the press that he would like all the other knocks left out. j« The plea of the administration in the commissary stealing, at Ma- nila, is a reminder of that of the Irish girl—"It was such a little thing, yer honor." j The anti-Tammany democratic movement in New York seems to be led by men who were voted out of office by Tammany. In other words, by sore-heads. * Ex-Congressman Maguire of Cali- fornia recently said: "In my opinion the democrats will elect a majority of the fifty-eight congress. The democratic victories this spring indicate that." j* Tom Reed is getting so chummy with the...

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

"V? tot > A 0 v J X&lMHtf . Msp'i 1* \ f I HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 3, X901 POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour hoar after arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. t 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 ITEjUSjOF INTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Eat at the restaurant. lOtf Rat Jowell was a visitor in town the first of the week. Your attention is called to the new adv. of Gough's drug store. A fine line of rugs are for sale at cost at McGlothlin & Black's fur- niture store. 9tf J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 3 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1901 if®' 1 1 LOCAL rrEfflSOF IMTEREST Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Will Kenyon of Canyon was in town Wednesday. H. D. Scott of Dallas was regis- tered at the Humphrey Wednesday. Bounds, the druggist, has a new adv. in this issue, which it will pay you to peruse. Mrs. H. Smith left Thursday for the home of her father at Kopperl, where she will spend some time. William Lay, a prominent New Mexico cattleman living on the Tierra Blanco draw, was in town Thursday. What do you think? We will sell you screen doors and hang them for nothing. If so, call on D. R. Gass & S:n. lltf L. B. Tannehill came in from Ros- well Wednesday and went out to his ranch. He says that everything is booming in the hustling city on the Pecos. Uneeda shirt, We needa dollar. Utaka shirt, We taka dollar. Gamer & Patton. Mrs. J. P. Jewett and two little boys of Kansas City arrived in town Wednesday and are quartered at the Ritchey. Mrs. Jewett's husband...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 3 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1901 I * w * 0 6 VNWfr LE1TEB. Cuban Committee Be- ing Jollied. STAND BY MINISTER LOOMIS. McKinley Besieged by Commission Seekers—McKinley and Root Decide to Limit the Army to 76,000 Men. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, April 26, 1901. Senator Cockrell stated the case in a nutshell when he said, the other day, that the Cubans entirely mis- understood their status. This has become plain since the committee from the Cuban Constitutional Con- vention reached1 Washington. Al- though they represent no govern- ment and are paid salaries by the United States, they came to Wash- ington with the idea that their status was the same as minister's •plenipotentiary, sent by one govern- ment to negotiate with another, and they have been greatly surprised to discover that they were in Washing- ton to be jollied and entertained at White House state dinners and such functions,- but not to nego- tiate. A negotiator must neces- sarily have credentials, b...

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