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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - January 10, 1902, Hereford, Texas
Hereford reporter Friday january to 19oz. Hereford reporter published weekly by Frank l. Vanderburgh Tierra Blanca herefords the Only paper published in deaf Smith county l. It Bradly breeder of subscription Price $1.50 per year entered at the Post office 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 a ten cents per line first insertion five cents per line each succeeding insertion. 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 january 10, 1902 write me or Call at my ranch situated five Miles East of Hereford on the Tierra Blanca River. Be ism him gains Herd headed by Nimax assisted by chorister will sell a Quantity of Young Stock either singly or in car Load lots it a a cach a dealers in by hereafter All subscriptions must be paid in Advance and papers will be discontinued on expiration of time paid for. Confection eries tobaccos fruits stationery cigars and lunch goods we have the finest line of candies in town. Try them Call up a phone no. 9 the Denver Road has decided to use Beaumont Oil As the fuel for its repairs shop at Childress. They Are also considering a proposition to use Oil on their locomotives instead of Coal. A the Amarillo livestock Champion got out a special edition last week which should bring business to its advertisers and be a lever for the advancement of the Plains country. A the Hale county Herald published at Plainview commenced on the thirteenth year of its career with us Issue of january 3, 1902. May the unlucky thirteen prove to be to he contrary in this Case. A the Industrial West published at Clarendon entered upon its fourteenth year with the Issue of january 3rd. May editor Blakes pen never grow weaken in his efforts toward the betterment of Mankind. It is with regret that we learn that the Western Inion Tow site company has leased us hotel property Here to the present incumbent for another year. We had hoped that the company would lease the property to a More progressive and Public spirited party who would do More to promote the Bast interests of the town. Cardwell Bros. We have a Complete and new line of Staple and fancy groceries come and see us a Jim Ai. A Ala our line is fresh and new Telephone no. 50 i Cox amp Davis livery feed and Sale stables desks. But notwithstanding All these obstacles the pupils Are doing Good work i never saw a brighter or More energetic class of boys and Quot girls anywhere than Are found in our school. The teachers Are putting Forth every possible Effort to teach the pupils what will do them the most Good to inculcate into them the True principle of manhood and womanhood. We As teachers know that the children of today have to be educated to keep Pace with the scientific Progress of the world. The time is past when a knowledge of the three r s is All that is required to Complete ones education. The world needs educated thinking men and women. But to build up our school and maintain cur school the teachers and pupils can to do All. Your help is. Needed a a there is work for All to do. You ought to be if you Are not awake to the fact that a Good school is the Best stimulus a town can have then if for Only a selfish motive give us your Hearty co operation and lets build up our school to the level of any graded Cheol in Texas. / Honor Roll. Pearl Feemster. Irma Gough. Bertha Witherspoon. Marion Aten. Leon Meeks. Ezra Norton received the highest Grade in prof. Pages room the past month. A private Bank. Good saddlers gentle Drivers special conveniences for drummers Trade Hereford Texas Ibe Heebl Shier shop a s. Syms. Prop Ghim s hair Guiling a specially. Every filing hew heal and Dean. Wooo for a Hereford. At a Sale of Register herefords held in. Chicago last tuesday the Hereford Bull a a perfection 92891�?� was sold for $9000, said to be the highest Price Ever paid for a Hereford to Gilbert h. Hoxie Vic president of the Malloy livestock commission company of Chicago whose farms Are in Thornton ii and Taylor Texas. Rev. T. A. Moore moved into his sew residence yesterday. Hereford High school a few facts concerning the needs of our school. It is time the citizens of Hereford and the adjoining country were realizing More the needs of the teachers a a pupils of their own town school. Let me give you Here a few facts concerning the Hereford school in the past two years and also of its increase during the present term. Two years ago last september this school was organized with an enrolment of 55 pupils. The following september the enrolment had doubled. At the beginning of the present term the enrolment was 186 and has been increasing until we Nom have an enrolment of 286 pupils. The school building has been enlarged. The faculty increased since Christmas by miss Mina dam Eron a determined and energetic teacher but the teachers still have More work than they can do and at the same time do themselves and the pupils Justice. Then too every conceivable object from a goods Box to Nail kegs Are used for seats and soon. To be established at Hereford. A will have ample capita to loan in Large amounts. Messes. James Smith senior member of the mercantile firm of Smith Walker amp co., and g. A. Of Parker formerly president of the Meridian National Bank and who took charge of the affairs of the u. S. Weddington private Bank at Childress upon its failure were in town wednesday investigating the proposition of a private Bank at this place. It is understood the promoters were so Well pleased with the prospects that such an institution will be organized and1 be ready for business about the first of february it is thought that the new Bank a business will interfere Little with the immense volume of business of the Hereford National Bank As their principal business will be loaning Money in Large quantities on real estate and other property which the Hereford National cannot handle on account of the Laws governing National Banks it is understood that the firm name of the new Bank will be Smith Walker amp co., private Bankers and that they will in the near future erect a commodious Brick building for their Enterprise. Subscribe for the reporter
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