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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - June 14, 1901, Hereford, Texas 4 Hereford reporter Friday june 14, 1901 editorial notes. Comments on current events in the Busy outside world. Or. Mckinley now has doubts of the Power of senator Mclaurin As a converter. You cannot define senator Mclaurin a democracy because it does not exist. Perry Heath says he expects Hanna to throw bricks at him for nominating him for president. Done to worry Perry All the bricks that Hanna throws at you will be pneumatic. Russell Sage has a High opinion of the Wisdom of the supreme court of Minnesota which added several millions to his Fortune by a land decision. Needless to say the dispossessed settlers do not share that opinion. A sneers at the Success of or. Bryan a weekly would carry More weight if accompanied by the name of a Man in politics in any party who would not Start a paper if assured of the support that has been Given to the commoner. A Dowie the ranter who is making himself a nuisance in Chicago does not claim much Only that he is i Elijah the Prophet and John the Baptist now doing his third stunt on Earth. He also claims tithes from everybody who would escape damnation. A it or. Mckinley was afraid to at j tempt to steer through those insular j decisions until attorney general j Knox prepared a Chart showing the reefs and Shoals and now that he has got it he is still afraid and May Call Congress in extra session to help him share the responsibility. Act one editor has been found who says there is no difficulty in understanding what Justice Brown meant in his opinion accompanying the supreme court insular decisions. Humanity prevents our giving his name and address lest he be mobbed by museum managers anxious to exhibit him. Mcglothlin amp Black furniture dealers Hereford Texas tue Hereford Bhe shop h. S. Syms prop. Go Lidren s hair Guiling i specially. Evergin ing new. Neat and glean. Dry goods clothing boots and shoes hats and Caps the largest Stock West of Amarillo at Smith Walker amp co. Hereford restaurant. P. W. Nudd proprietor regular meals Short orders at the usual hours a specially. Special rates to regular boarders Hereford Texas King Eddie can shake hands with i himself. He has met j. Pierpont i Morgan and still retains his Crown. A or. Mckinley a reciprocity Halo i May in time hide the Marks of the High Protection headgear he wore for so Many years but it has not yet done so. If the know it alls outside of the South who persist in airing their ignorance on the negro problem could be muzzled there would soon be no negro problem millions of people work All summer in a warmer place than the United states Capitol but the average congressman throws a fit at the Bare mention of a Summers extra session. Of count Waldersee leaves China after having a marched his reputation As a Soldier and without having accomplished anything creditable to j himself his country or the Allied j troops which obeyed his orders. A the appointment of american teachers for the Public schools in the Philippines there Are to be about a thousand of them seems to be regarded by the War department As Republican Pap. Senators Hanna Fairbanks and Foraker might draw straws to decide whose Boom is the Dearest and which two should be withdrawn. Secretary Root and governor Odell whose infant booms Are still crawling would doubtless be willing to act As judges. It is necessary to concede the possibility of the existence of a Mckinley Democrat which we do not to understand the attitude of some men. Notwithstanding the Cost to the British taxpayers of the Transvaal Republic and the Orange free state the title to neither has yet been obtained. College professors who confine their talking to their educational i duties Are entitled to a raise of their salaries the other kind should change their vocations. I Hung Chang says he wants the emperor of China to visit Europe to restore Confidence but if the emperor is Wise he will think twice before getting out of sight of his throne while i Hung Chang is living. Or. Mckinley a squelching of the attempt of the cubans to dictate to this government in connection with the acceptance of the Platt amendment deserves All the commendation it is getting. The Platt amendment gives the cubans All and Many think More then they Are entitled to. List of patents granted to Texas inventors this week reported by c. A. Snow amp co., Patent attorneys Washington d. C Lee Anderson Paris bottle vent t. A. Boyers Gainesville car Brake c. B. Caffey Bastrop automatic regulator for pneumatic flues c. B. Crawford Hunter pump operating device j. O. Dinkins Hegar cultivator g. W. Dowell Athens Stew pan a. Droit court Castroville combined Cotton seed and Corn planter f. Hanson. Dallas separator h. F. Staggs. Mckinley washing machine. I. M. Bethel Mason stump Pul Ler j. B. Harrison Rockwood Heater j. W. Morgan san Antonio machine for making mattresses c. P. Morgan san Antonio scraper for mixing machines e. Y. White san Antonio motor bicycle w. A. Wilkins Durango Spring gun. For copy of any of above patents Send ten cents in postage Stamps with Date of this paper to c. A. Snow amp co., Washington d. C. You can get the reporter and the Dallas Semi weekly news for one year at $2.25. E. W. Tinsley m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building residence at hotel Richey r. M. Johnson m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building Hereford. Texas All Calls attended to Day or night r. W. Bounds m. D. Physician and surgeon office in the new Dale building 1 Hereford. Texas r. H. Gough m. D. Physician and surgeon office at drug store opposite Bank Hereford Texas to the tax payers of deaf Smith county Texas. Take notice that on the 17th Day of june 1901, the commissioners court of deaf Smith county Texas will sit As a Board of equalization of taxes. 16-2t f. B. Fuller clerk county court deaf Smith county Texas. W. G. Mullins attorney and counsellor at Law office in court House Hereford. Texas Witherspoon a Gough attorneys at Law real estate and insurance notary in office office next door to Bank Hereford Texas or. Claude Wolcott Eye ear nose and Throat specialist Eye and ear surgeon to St. Anthony Sanitorium Amarillo Texas

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