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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 3 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, KAY 3, 1901 I 1 if TiE^IIElEFOlMSflyDLEBY Thompson ft Fierabend, Props. stmt Mesa sjséüs Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc* All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. aCTTT Smith, Walker & Co. ' Wholesalers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE HEADQUARTERSSTOCKMEN IWWTOCK PS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the • Panhandle and Vicinity. For Sale—A 16 hand work horse for $75. It's a bargain. 1 ltf Troy Womble. J* Rhea Bros, of Bovlnia bought a bunch of Midland county steers to be delivered at their pastuie the 2Cth of the month. ! Jt J For Sale—Two yearling Here- ford bulls from high graie cows and registered Hereford bulls. $50 buys them. Connor Jowell. lltf T. A. Fowler of Sedalia, Mo., is in town this week buying cattle for his Bazaar, Kansas, grazing pas- ture. He bought 375 three's of L. B. Tannehill and is looking .'or more,, * j* Rhea Bros, sold their entire bunch of stock cattle (over 2000 head) to Wilson & Sullivan of Canyon City and foug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

W?;- :, íiS;Ví« '-Iff- m : ■lAV imK. •i W SS&Hi _ iW® BUILDING BOOM ON—HEREFORD HAS NOT AN IDLE CARPENTER VOL. I. NO. ia HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY xo, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR O D 'IVW Í1©Vi'© ¿' «l*1®© T'135'®^S PORTALES NEWS I < | Items of Interest in the Busy < * New Mexico To a n 1 edited by miss helen m. hall < Mr. Legette is home from Texas. Mr. Horn is in Colorado buying horses. Miss Goslin spent Sunday with friends in Amarillo. S. White has recently placed 48 horses in his pasture. F. M. Smith recently sold 272 head of cattle to Mr. Lang. Mr. Boyken has brought his sheep to his Portales ranch. Three trainloads of cattle were watered and fed here this week. Mr. Lang will pasture 2000 head of cattle for Mr. Puckett this sum- mer.' Geo. Littlefield, a retired Philip- pine soldier, was in town calling on friends. Bovina had a visit from Mr. Breeding, our cattle inspector, 'Saturday. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid So- ciety met with Mrs. C. 0. Leach on Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, KAY 10, 1901 SANITARY MEETING. To be Held Next Monday Evening at 8 O'clock. There should be a large attend- ance to the meeting of the Hereford Sanitary and Improvement Society next Monday evening at the court house. There are no better means to build up a town than to have a good board of trade, and that is precisely what this society is—at least it performs the same duties as that body with the addition of hav- ing the sanitation and improvement of the town among its duties and under its watchful eye. It is the desire that everyone at- tend these meetings—whether a member or not—and it was to that end that the time and date of the meetings were changed from the afternoon of the second Tuesday of each month to the conventional hour of 8 on the second Monday evening of each month. So earnest are members of this society in their noble work, they have arranged an entertaining pro- gram as follows, in the hopes that it would induce many to attend who would ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1901 i < s > € m #) i > I f> HEREFORD REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, MAY 10, 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. Attend the meeting of the Here- ford Sanitary and Improvement So- ciety next Monday evening at the court house. Time—8 o'clock. j* During the visit of the New York delegation at Quanah, a good, old fashioned "badger fight" was pulled off for the benefit of the guests. It fell to the lot of a news- paper man to "pull the badger." j• Ex-Governor Hogg is reporte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT to, 1901 EDITORIAL NOTES. Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. If anyone knows why the Ger- mans continue to fight the Chinese they have not taken the public into their confidence. j• Teddy can be counted upon to endorse the appointment of a Rough Rider to be governor of one of the provinces of Luzon. j It is a hopeful sign that a num- ber of gentlemen should be not only willing but anxious to become the next democratic candidate for presi- dent. j* Perhaps the railroads regard the cost of the presidential free excur- sion as the purchase of another nail for the coffin of the Nicaragua Canal project. ..¡¡W'i;;'*" Warn , San Francisco is trying to get good before the McKinley excur- sion gets there. The chief of po- lice has been indicted by the grand, jury for standing in with vice of all sorts. So great is the love between Gen. Wood and the members of the Cuban committee that they went from Havana to Washington by different routes and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 10, I«OI X < O r <• O O o t) POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery opea from 8:001, tn. to 7:00 p. m. 0$ce opea Saadij for an hour hour after arrival of traía. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. A N. T. TIKE TABLE Paas. 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. \r. Hereford at 7i30 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. Eat at the restaurant. lOtf Buy Sewall's mixed paints at cost at Dr. Gough's Drug Store. 12tf Born—On Friday, May 3rd, to Mr. and Mrs. George Combs, a boy. A fine line of rugs are for sale at cost at McGlothlin & Black's fur- niture store. 9tf Sewall's $1.50 mixed paints are ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT I , 1901 §s§ it'' yí', COmilS PKD 601)6. Movements of People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. If You Want A treat Attend the Meeting at the Y' ■'*,*' 3- m Court house Monday night. Sam Hall of Carlsbad was among the Humphrey's guests last Friday. J. M. Donaldson of Amarillo vas quartered at the Humphrey Satur- day. C. E. Long of Canyon was among the guests of Landlord Humphrey Friday. J. H. Stinson of Roswell was in town Friday and registered at the Humphrey. Frank Rhodes of Throckmartin was a guest of Landlord Humphrey last Wednesday. C. W. Wright of Albuquerque, N. M., was in town Saturday and autographed at the Humphrey. 1 J. H. Baxter of Beaumont ar- rived in town Tuesday and made the Ritchey his home during his stay here. You are invited to inspect our handsome line of new dress goods and spring novelties. Smith, Walker & Co. 6tf Earl Cobb, manager of Smith, Walker & Co.'s store at Canyon, was calling on friends in town T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1901 9 © f wflsmm iniER. About That McKinley Excursion. WHO DEFRAYS THE EXPENSE? Believed That the Supreme Court Will Decide That the Constitu- tion Follows the Flag. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, May 8, 1901. It was idle for republicans to deny that this administration is un- friendly to the rich corporations, in view of the donation it is now openly accepting from them. The McKinley excursion train will cost not a cent less than $50,000—pro- bably more—and it is being ac- cepted as a gift by Mr. McKinley and his fellow travelers. Yet, of- ficers in the Philippines are being tried by court-martial for exacting bribes of a few thousand dollars from army contractors. There is not even a pretense that any person in the McKinley train is paying a cent for the trip; The Pullman monopoly furnishes the cars, and each railroad over which it passes furnishes the motive power and the eatables, drinkables, etc., during its transit over its li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 10 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1901 TJME8EFfll|DdiSflDDLEIIY Thompson & Fierabend, Prop?. a Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. IHrEIESTI|(STtlGK HEWS Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. For Sale—A 16 hand wcrk hor. e for $75. It's a bargain. lltf Troy Womble. J * R. H. Norton on Saturday soli 70 head of three's to T. A. Fov/ler of Sedalia, Mo. * j* Lake & Tomb will s'ip today and tomorrow 90 carloads o: thrje's to their ranch in KTont .nr... J* J T tgg robertson of Colorado will be here the ISth with 25 carloadj of cattle to be shipped from this point. J* J L. A. Knight on Friday anl Sat- urday will s:i:p 60 carloris of three's fo.n Canyon to the Kansas grazing fields. * .It is sai l that several northern cattlemen will be hers in the near future to buy cattle for their ranclui in the northwest. For Si's—T.vo yearling Here- f >ri bulla from high grade cows and registsrsi Hereford bulls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

f Hereford Reporter HEREFORD FOR HEALTH, WEALTH AND GOOD FISHING VOL. I. NO. 13 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY 17, 1901 $1.50 PER YEAR -T «) O * Bank Statement. NO. 8004 Report of the Condition of The Hereford National Bank at Here- ford, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, April 24, 1901: resources. Loans and discounts $49,641.65 Overdrafts, secured and unse- cured 1,898.51 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 6,250.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 250.00 Banking house, furniture and fix- tures 1,853.65 Due from National Banks (not Reserve Agents) 3,605.52 Due from State Banks and Bankers 36.67 Due from approved reserve agents 13,1Í0.64 Internal-Revenue stamps 216.20 Checks and other cash items 695.50 Notes of other National Banks 700.00 Fractional paper currency, nick- els and cents 139.33 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie $5,941.10 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circu- lation) 5,941.10 312.50 Total $84,651.27 liabilities. Capital stock pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

7 HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 17, 1901 FIRST BIO BASS. Caught by Sam Dunn—Weighed Pounds. Last Monday evening Sam Dunn, Hereford's crack fisherman and hunter, and the editor of this paper hied themselves to that prettiest of streams, the Tierra Blanco, in quest of a few specimens of the finny tribe, which abound in count- less numbers in that stream. After catching ten black bass, only three> óf' which we were al- lowed to keep, in accordance with the unwritten law which is in force among the Tierra Blanco fishermen and which is that all bass caught under a pound in weight shall be placed back in the river, the writer returned home, having some busi- ness to attend which would not well be put off, leaving Mr. Dunn to cope, successfully as it proved, with the flighty denizens of the deep. About 8 o'clock in the evening Mr. Dunn came waltzing into town bearing in his sack ten of the finest specimens of Tierra Blanco bass that it has been the writer's fortune to see. The three la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

> I , í ) ' o v 7 ii < ) J O HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, HAT 17, 1901 HEREFORD REPORTER published weekly by FRANK L. VANDERBURGH THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, MAY 17, 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. Lubbock is to have a national bank. The erection of the building has been started. The Santa Fe has granted an in- crease of pay to its machinists throughout the entire system. * Hon. W. M. Jenkins, who for the past four years has been Okla- homa's secretary of state, was on Monday inaugurated as governor of that territory. * On Sunday and Tuesday this sec- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

í ■i ; HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, KAY 17, 1901 Little Willie. They cut pa'z trousers down for me; I don't get nuthin' new; I have to wear his old coats out, his old suspenders, too! His hats and shoes don't fit me, but ' s'pose they will some day. And then they'll come to me in- stead of being thrown away. My áister Grace is twenty-two, and she can sing and play, And what she wears is always new— not stuff that's thrown away ! She puts on style, I tell you what! she dresses out of sight; She's proud and haughty and she's got a beau 'most every night. I never get new things to wear; I'm just a boy you see, And any old thing's good enough to doctor up for me ! Most everything that I've got on one day belonged to pa— When sister's through with her fine things she hands them up to ma ! —Detroit Free Press. EDITORIAL NOTES. Comments on Current Events in the Busy Outside World. Aguinaldo is either giving his tongue a rest or is up against the military censor at Manila. * The people may ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1961 > A > , + ) • \ / Q O POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday tor an hoar hoar 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 ,i. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 tn. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " Try Martin's for chilli. 4tf 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. Eat at the restaurant. lOtf F. M. Avis was a visitor in town Tuesday. For all kinds of fresh fruit call on Joe Killough. 13tf The finest line of candy in town at Bounds' Drug Store. 13tf Buy Sewall's mixed paints at cost at Dr. Gough's Drug Store....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 17, 19" it.,,; ÉÍ| wrnrn 601116. Movements 0! People You Know and Other Items Picked Up Here and There. F. A. Chiel of Amarillo was regis- tered at the Humphrey Sunday: A. C. Conrad of Amarillo was among the Humphrey's guests last Sunday. T. A. Curtis of Amarillo was among the arrivals at the Humphrey Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robertson and child of Childress are stopping at the Humphrey. • Harvey Cash of Dimmitt, Castro county's efficient clerk, accompanied by his sister, visited Hereford Satur- day. J. H. White, a prominent cattle- man of Colorado, arrived here on Tuesday and is quartered at the Ritchey. Mrs. G. E. Lemon left on Sun- day night's train for Sturgis, S. D., where she was called by the serious illness of her brother. She did not arrive in time to see him alive. Watch for the strawberry festival to be given by the Ladies Home Charity Society about the middle of next week. The exact date can- not be given as the strawberries are an uncert...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

oNSSlí11 H HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 17, 1901 O WASHINGTON LETTEB. Hanna's Presidential Boom Launched. CONGER WILL BE RETIRED. Spain and Germany Outrival Us in the Trade of the Philippines— Gen. Chaffee's Bad Break. (From our regular correspondent.) Washington, May 15, 1901. Well, the Hanna banner has been raised, and the Hanna boom for the republican nomination for president in 1904, is on the road. It will strike many as having been very fittingly started in London, from whence Hanna's two adminis- trations as brevet-president has been so strongly endorsed. Sena- tor Hanna was in Washington when Perry Heath's London interview launching the boom was published. He denies being a candidate for president, but he does it so jovially that everybody can see that he is tickled almost to death with the idea. No one who knows the re- lations between Perry Heath and Hanna and those between Hanna and Mr. McKinley will believe that the Heath interview was a surprise to either of the two m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 17 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 17 1901 Smith, Walker & Co. Wholesalers la GENERAL MERCHANDISE HEADQUARTERS i« STOCKMEN TliE^ilEIEFOIDaeSBSDLERY Thompson & Fierabend, Props. SIM saimes a spttiam Full Line of Harness, Collars, etc. All kinds of Repair- ing promptly done. QrrEBESTIWSTOCK ps Changes That Are Being Made Among the Cattlemen of the Panhandle and Vicinity. E. A. Chase of Kansas City came in Wednesday and is lookihg for bargains in cattle. He registered at the Ritchey. j J J. E. Weir of Garden City came in yesterday morning. He has 650 twos on the way to Hereford for sale or shipment. * J* T. A; Fowler left on Wednesday for Sedalia, Mo., with the 450 cat- tle he had bought of L. B. Tanne- hill and R. H. Norton. J* J W. D. Driscoll, a banker and stockman of Spearfish, S. D., came in yesterday morning. He is look- ing for cattle bargains. j> j* Breed your cows to Troy Womble's fine registered Hereford bull, Hummer 70798. Only $5 (in advance) 4or the season. lltf j j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 24 May 1901

Hereford Reporter > DEAF SMITH COUNTY IS BEING SETTLED BY THRIFTY PEOPLE ■> D 9 r V 9 O VOL. I. NO. 14 HEREFORD, DEAF SMITH COUNTY TEXAS, MAY 24, 1901 $1.50 PER YBAR FIRE AT AMARILLO. Loss Will Probably Reach Nearly $150,000—Believed That Little Insurance Was in Force— Warning for a Better Fire Protection. At about 11 o'clock Wednesday evening the peaceful slumbers of the citizens of the little city of Amarillo were rudely shaken by the dreaded cry of FIRE! FIRE ! FIRE! and it was not long until every citizen was working heroically to stamp out the flames and to save the lives and property of their fellow men. It is understood that the fire got its start in Brown's racket store, though in what manner could not be learned. Among the victims of the disas- trous conflagration were Brown's racket store, McLaughlin's shoe shop, Hardy's lodging house, Shaw's confectionery store, Harris' confec- tionery store, Amarrillo Livestock Champion, Mrs. Fountain's boarding house, Dr. Pierson'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 24 May 1901

HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 34 X901 TO BUILD UP A TOWN. Secretary Fishburn of the Commer- cial Club Lays Down Ten Rules Declared to be • Infallible. S. A. Fishburn, secretary of the Commercial Club, has had printed and is distributing cards headed, "How to Build Up (?) a Town," and reading as follows: 1. Join no organization looking to the upbuilding of your town. This will prove an encouragement to those who give their time and money to sustain such organizations. 2. Impugn the motives of those who do join and charge them with a desire to advertise themselves. This inspires patriotic men to work all the harder for the public good. 3. Pour cold water on every new enterprise, predict its early failure, and contribute to that end by patronizing its rivals in other towns. This will encourage others to put their money in home enter- prises. 4. When a committee calls on you for a contribution to any good cause, act like a sore-headed bear and yield up what you do give as begrudgingly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hereford Reporter — 24 May 1901

p&pl wm HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, MAT 24, 1901 f) ♦ ) ♦) HEREFORD REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT FRANK L. VANDERBURGH I ^ THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN DEAF SMITH COUNTY Subscription Price, $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, MAY 24, 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. The dam on Holiday Creek, put there for irrigation purposes, went out Sunday morning causing a large loss of Wichita Falls property. For- tunately no one was physically in- jured. jt Dalhart, the new town at the junction of the Rock Island and Fort Worth & Denver railroads, will have the machine shops and general offices of the former road. Good for Dalhart. J The...

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