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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Jul 12 1901, Page 1

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - July 12, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter our citizens should spare no Effort to have a College established Mere vol. I. No. >9 Bei. In Cubi impressed favourably v Ith Hereford. Ideal place for a College. He says conditions at Hereford a new town Surprise him from a moral standpoint. Rev. Randolph Clark an educator of National repute and until recently the president of Randolph College at Lancaster is now at Hereford giving a series of sermons and lectures at the Christian Church. Rev. Clark came Here at the invitation and request of g. R. Jowell a prominent ranch Man living just East of town and As this is his first visit to this Section of the country it is a flattering compliment to the country its climate Hereford and her citizens when he says that this is a most Ideal place in which to establish an educational institution which would be second to none in the West. He marvelled that Hereford should be so absolutely free from the Lawless element usually so conspicuous in a new town and where Large cattle shipments Are made. Messes. Clark and Jowell paid this office a visit yesterday and a conversation was carried on concerning the advisability of establishing a College at this Point. Upon Reading an editorial which appeared in the reporter in the Issue of March 23 concerning a project of that kind. Or. Clark said that he could endorse every reason set Forth in that article Why a College should be established at this place. W Hiie no definite plan has been proposed in that line As yet it would be a Good time for our citizens to work up the matter inasmuch As or. Clark is Here and could be consulted on the subject. We believe that if proper inducements were made that gentleman a College could be established Here with or. Clark at its head which would insure the Success of the institution both from a financial and an educational standpoint. If anything in that line is to be done negotiations should be commenced immediately. The value of such an establishment to our town would be inestimable. Think it Over and be prepared to make or consider a proposition. Hereford deaf Smith county Texas july 12, 1901 ti.50 per year Portales news 4 j items of interest in the Busy i new Mexico Tov n edited by miss Lula Hardin a i j it j. C. Forbes of la Junta. Colo., arrived in town july 9 to transact i business or. And mrs. Woodcock and i sister. Miss Eva Cary spent the i 4th in Roswell. Miss Bessie and Pearl l ing. Accompanied by j. A. Oien also i spent the 4th in Roswell. Or. And mrs. C. White gave a dance the night of the 4th. It i was enjoyed by All present. Mrs. Ira Taylor of Homer j Texas was visiting her Mother i mrs. C. M. Dobbs the past week. W # w. A. Stuart who has been at i work on the a a a ranch for the last year has moved Back to town. Mrs. F. M. Boykin and Daugh Ter miss Ella went to Hereford the j night of the 3rd and returned the 6th. J. H. Milligan made a flying j trip to Hereford and spent the i 4th there returning the morning of 1 the 6th with his Mother. The presbyterian Aid society j served dinner cake and ice Cream i the 4th. They realized about $30 which will be added to the Organ fund. A few of the Portales people j went out to the old sheep ranch of i j. K. Blantons the 4th to take a i Days Outing. Among those that i went were or. And mrs. John i Hiland and two children or. And mrs. Reasonover and Little Daugh a Ter or. And mrs. Stolts mrs. A. Stringfellow Hume hardware co. F a a i lvi1% 4 Veff i Fri it i wholesale and retail dealers in Bain and Mitchell wagons barbed wire hardware water supplies implements and windmills stores at Amarillo Canyon City and Hereford Texas. Jack Harwell proprietor of t Herel Ord. It Saloon specialities. Fine wines whiskers and cigars Hereford restaurant. P. W. Nudd proprietor regular meals Short orders at the usual hours a specially. Special rates to regular boarders Hereford Texas bought a Fine ranch property. J. I. Thompson of Bob. I. T., Denoi the latest suds no Thompson bought the la in tuesday Ter Jacob butt ram j m. Law. Ence and two children paying $6000 for the same. His mrs. Caille Boykin and Little i brother in Law and mrs. C. A Dobbs and two children. They re a port an enjoyable time. Rates to Colorado. From j Iusie t pee sept amp not exam As others regard us. Brother j. W. Thumps in bought 4 railway will sell round trip Sun sections of patented land a just North of tourist tickets to colera do Point this place and these to 0 gentlemen the following rates fron 1 he ref will make Hereford their Home in j to Boulder $25.90 the near future. They Are to be to Denver 25.90 congratulated on their Purchase As i he Hereford reporter and this is one of the Irac j Chillicothe times Are among the prettiest and brightest exchanges that come to this office in the Edi 1 tonal utterances of both of these j papers one can see refinement culture and modesty. If these two editors Are not Good men their editorial expressions belie them. A Dalhart Sun. Subscribe for the reporter. Parties in this country. Finest Ranc Section c pro the in Ami i anywhere none deserved Prosperity. The Colorado Clipper and West Texas Stockman appear this week with a new caption and Are otherwise improved in appearance. A new press folder typesetting machine and other material have been added i Don a. Sweet traffic manager to their already Well equipped office Amarillo Texas 31. Local agent. J. Davis agent Hereford Texas

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