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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Jul 5 1901, Page 1

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - July 5, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford proves herself an excellent entertainer on the i ourth vol. I. No. Hereford deaf Smith county Texas july 5, Itoi $1.50 per year the fourth it Hereford ice Cream cold drinks etc., until they had sold everything in sight. I at about 2 p. In. The crowd Gath All nature smiled ered around the base Ball Field where u. They were to witness an interesting Ner i reified i and Hereford teams. Everyone had a Good time the teams were composed of the following players Dimmitt wins the baseball game Dimmitt a. Be i 2b-. Robin.,on. After a hard fought Battle of. Beu la Cash f. Lloydj. 2000 people present. G. Bell is Kiser c j. Bell do Independence Day the most in 1 Crowley of. Spring Day of patriotism to the Hereford Burns a Boyd a american people who have reached Mccracken la Johnson 2b Mer that age of understanding whereby j cer Job. Jowell is Dyer of Pat string Ellov Hume hardware co. Incorporated wholesale and retail dealers in Bain and Mitchell wagons barbed wire hard Are water supplies implements and windmills. Stores at Amarillo Canyon City and Hereford Texas. They realize the full meaning of the great Holiday and the Day that the ton of Smith of. Owing to our poor memory and Small boy looks Eageny Forward to the fact that a tabulated score was As it Means to him a Day of unrest not kept. We Are Able to give the traint among sweetmeats Sweet j score by innings Only As follows drinks fireworks and noise spec i 123456789 rally the latter two we speak from Dimmitt 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 x�?4 experience a dawned upon Hereford Hereford 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 i_2 resplendent with Sunshine. In fact j the chief feature of the game had the weather been ordered for was the total absence of wrangling the Day it could not have been pret and the excellent pitching of George her. J Cloyd of the visiting team and of every Road leading into Hereford John Boyd of the Home nine. Confront the surrounding country was i Ner Jowella a acrobatic work was also Well travelled wednesday evening j worthy of mention. F. L. Vander and thursday morning. The trains 5urgh acted a Umpire. Jack Harwell proprietor of the Hereford. Saloon specialities. Brought enough More visitors to swell the attendance to herefords Celebration to Over 2000 people and we believe they went away feeling amply repaid for their time spent in the Metropolis of the Plains. The Dimmitt boys Are As gentlemanly a lot As Ever visited a town and at their request we make the announcement that during the month of August the Date of which be published later Dimmitt is to have the program opened up at the i a Barbecue and tournament to which court House when judge Gough in i All Hereford ites Are cordially invitee a Wen worded speech set Forth the j and at which time a return game o objects of the gathering aaa Intro j Ball will be played. Let us hop diced or. R. M. Johnson who read the declaration of Independence in an impressive and audible manner. Then followed a stirring and highly interesting address by the Rev. Randolph Clark the venerable and distinguished president of Randolph College at Lancaster. We regret that we cannot publish his address verbatim As it was one of the most inspiring and instructive talks we have Ever listened to. After or. Clark had finished and the applause had subsided it was announced that dinner was ready and All repaired to the Long awning covered table where a tempting array of bread cakes pies pickles and other goodies were spread. A nearby Wagon contained enough barbecued meat to appease the appetites of All. Joe kill ugh and g. E. Burns amp Fine wines whiskers and cigars Hereford restaurant. P. W. Nudd proprietor regular meals Short orc is at the usual hours a specially. Special rates to regular boarders her pfc re it Texas c i that our boys will practice up and even up baseball matters at that time. We might also add tha owing to a shortage of figures the thirty additional scores that each Side made was omitted in the above score by innings the True score being thirty two to thirty four. During the Progress of and following the baseball game the follow i ing races and contests took place tournament contest. Entries w. W. Simpson Luther Bennett James Carter w. P. Rancho Robert Knight Frank Vaughn an i m. O. Meeks. M. O. Meeks captured to rings out of a possible 15 and secured the first prize w p. Rambo caking second Money with eight rings. Sweepstakes race�?250 Yards. Entries a. O. Meeks who won Luther Bennett James Carter and the i j. T. Lame n. That the 100-Yard dash was won by Ever James Carter though we were in Festi i Able to get the other entries owing i As w j to the fact that no rec j was made j thou Burro race. In this there were Only two entries a Alfred Clary and b. Clayton the former winning. The bicycle races or dispensed be with owing to the lateness of the hour As were the other contests advertised. Of in the evening the dining Par or Lor of the Ritchey House and the the court room of the county build i ing were cleared and the y Ling it or which certain ii v. Ror ment Ai i a sincere wish t physically Able an i people i my some of the j ties rave themselves up to the Tacina just ret co. Had hastily arranged stands on first Money Claude Norton second the court House grounds and served prize Ola Conoley will Womble tons of the terpsichore an Art the j music being furnished by local a1 musicians on string instruments. I Asye editor is too Clumsy to trip subscribe f r the reporter

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