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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Jun 7 1901, Page 1

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - June 7, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford shall Hereford celebrate the 4th? attend monday night s meeting vol. I. No. 16 Dimmitt ski ibs 2 happenings in the Busy Castro county seat briefly told $ edited by a a an unknown amp. Fat Jamss amp isl a d.?. Amp amp amp amp j Frank Vaughn made a flying trip to Hereford this week. The Dimmitt baseball team meets every saturday for practice. Miss Bessie Davis reports that her music class is progressing finely. We Are glad to see so Many people Are taking an interest in our sunday school As we had a very Large crowd last sunday. John e. Mcentire Castro county a assessor has just about finished assessing taxes for the present year and reports that he does not think he will miss a Man. It was publicly announced that there would be a Basket picnic at b. Belles place three Miles East of town the 15th of this month and everybody is invited to be present with their Basket of a Good the Joys of this county met last saturday in Dimmitt and organized a base Ball nine for the coming season and elected Allen g. Bell As Captain. We Are sure we will witness some Good games this summer As All the boys Are taking an interest and they have some Good players with them this year. Fine Rains last week has made everything look Fine now. In this county the Farmers Are All very Busy with their crops and the prospects Are that there will be an abundance of feed stuffs raised this year. Everybody should keep their Eye on the indicator for when we need feed we need it very bad. A we Are not much of a sports says a Kansas editor a but when we meet a cinch in the Road we recognize it. We made the following bargain with a Friend yesterday j we were to stand at a Given Point half an hour and watch the ladies who passed for every lady who reached her hand Back to see if her skirt was gaping or to tuck it under her Belt we were to receive a Nickel. For every one who failed to so in walking a Block we were to give him a dime we got sixty two Nickels from him and gave him one dime a lady with both arms off came . Hereford deaf Smith county Texas june 7, 1901 $1.50 for year Interior of Joe kill ugh a confectionery tobacco and ice Cream Parlours a the finest establishment of its kind in the Texas Panhandle a non subscribers experience. One Day last week Down in the thickly timbered Section of this great state a Man was caught out in a severe rainstorm Aud to avoid getting a drenching he crawled into a hollow log. The it to was terrific and of course the log g t wet and b Gan to swell and by to e time the Shover was Over the ? hollow in the log had contracted so unti cur Man Cousin a to Budge. In fact it was squeezing him so tight that he sigh there v an t room enough for him to take a Dep breath so he began t it to Ink of the Many Little mean things he had done during his forty seven years Here below beating his grocery Bills looking the oth a Way when they passed around the hat at prayer meeting laying around thei Portales news court House in order to get on the jury pitching horse shoes and playing croquet on sunday and a few More items of this strip until finally he remembered borrowing and Reading his neighbors paper for fourteen years and it made him feel to Small that he just crawled out of that log As easy As could be. Sex. Notice a All parties indebted to a. G. Mcadams will please come in and Settle their accounts As soon a possible. I want to close my books by june 1st. 141f a. G. Mcadams. G. A. Stambaugh manager. You can g to the reporter and the Dallas Semi weekly news for one year at sd.25. Interior of c. L. Bounds or pharmacy this Stok was the first to be established in Hereford an up to Date drug store in every was 0 items of interest in the Busy new Mexico Tov. N e edited by miss Lula Hardin 1 k a Silt amp amp amp amp. A a a amp Lee Simpson is reported to be out of danger. Our new of rat it a is a or. An Orson from Kentucky. Or. Frain met shipped his cattle from Here this week. Arther Pearson from Granite i. T., arrived Here m it a Lay. Or. Buchanan and family have moved to the new Railroad or. Reed shipped three train loads of cattle to South Dakota. Mrs. John Scott has gone a trip to Mineral Weils for her health. Miss Eva Humphrey of Hereford is visiting her sister mrs. C. O. Leach. Or. Swain was in t in this week and was entertained by or. Lindsey sunday. M. White Ani Lee Weddington have gone to Southwest Texas prospecting. The methodist protracted meetings will begin june 7, an i will last a week or ten Days. Mrs. Charley More a son Andrew was thrown off a horse and badly Hurt but is now improving. Edgar Hardin and t an Lockwood left tuesday for the new Railroad where they will be employed. The misses Johnson visited miss Dora Moore the first part of this week when she returned with them for a week last saturday afternoon Portal was visited by a very heavy Hall storm which lasted several to irs doing some damage. Miss Lulu Hardin visited miss Mollie Boykins for the first part of the week when the latter returned with her for the balance of the week. Or. Kilgore our night operator Here has been transferred to Hereford to a Day position. Or. And mrs Kilgore made Many friends Here and will be missed very much you want to learn shorthand if so see Ben Bounds at one of enough scholars can be obtained a class will be started. He will be found at Mcglothin amp Blacks furniture store. 14tf

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