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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - March 7, 1902, Hereford, Texas Vol. 2. No. 3 Hereford deaf Smith county Texas March 7, jqo2 $1.50 per year As per announcement in former i Lue of such a periodical to the Plains issues of this paper the panhandlers j country and will lend their assistance new publication the Brand made j to make it a Success without solicits initial appearance on the 1st. Inst., tation. To the people of Hereford and judging by the expressions of j we wish to say that the Success of approval by the people Here and j such an Enterprise in our town Means elsewhere in the Panhandle its sue j much in its growth upward and on Cess is already assured. What is i Ward and we do not deem it Neces More to the Point this approval of sary to impress up/11 them the Neces the people is taking a very sub Stan j sity of co Ope ration for they can tial Means of expression and the readily see the benefits which will subscriptions Are pouring in at a rate very Gratifying to the publishers. Notwithstanding the Many reverses met with by the promoters of the accrue to the town in event of its Success. It Means a great Deal to the town and consequently every citizen of the town. And we Are new journal in getting it started it glad to see that they Are not slow in made a very creditable appearance j taking hold. The sickness of the editor then of j the new periodical starts out upon one of the publishers and some of its journey under the most favourable the office help caused some App re prospects and we have no hesitancy pensions lest the paper should not 1 in predicting for it a Brilliant future make its appearance at the appointed j and the accomplishment of much time and it was found impossible to Good for the Panhandle of Texas carry out fully the intentions of the j soon to be recognized As the greatest proprietors in this the first Issue in i and grandest Stock farming country either the editorial or mechanical j on the Globe departments of the publication owing to the aforementioned causes. As stated before however the Brand made a very creditable appearance and will prove a splendid advertising medium for the Panhandle and its resources. While the paper is not up to the for Sale a my residence property in town and one Section of land 9 Miles from town. C. L. Davis at Hereford mercantile cos store Ltd reduced Price. The publishers of the Brand High Standard which the proprietors j the panhandlers new publication Are have set for it it nevertheless makes i pleased to announce that the Hearty a neat appearance and reflects credit support afforded them by the people pot alone upon the town in which it j of the Plains has enabled them Al is printed but the Panhandle at Large j ready to reduce the subscription at the present time it makes its a j Price of their paper from $1.50 per Yearance As a monthly sixteen pages j year to $1.00 per year. Those who including handsome cover. It is the have already paid the former Price intention of the publishers though j of $1.50 for a years subscription. To turn it into a weekly As soon As j will be credited with 50 cents on the practicable also to increase the subscription books of the Brand number of pages. And they will receive the paper for in his Salut Atory the editor takes. Eighteen months instead of Only one occasion to remark that a the sue i year. Cess or failure of the Brand de j we Are indeed pleased with the pends largely almost wholly upon patronage accorded the new journal the people of the Panhandle country. I and we feel sure the people of the by this we do not Endeavor to shirk any responsibility ourselves but we would remind our readers that an undertaking of this kind requires com ethic g More than newspaper Abil to it requires the Hearty co opera Ion of every class of our citizen hip which we believe we have already. A this is True and the up to Date and progressive citizen of the Plains ill not need to have the truth impressed upon his mind a. Ii any renter let i so Irh Rople will at once Cognize the a Plains will appreciate the efforts of the publishers to give them a Good paper at a cheap Price. We believe the reduction in Price will enable them to get Many More subscribers who would not otherwise take the paper. Let in All join in making it go notice. After the first of february we will let no More rigs out on credit. All those owing us will please come in and remit at the earliest convenience. Cox is Davis. 48tfstringfellow-Hume hardware co. Wholesale and retail dealers in Star and re mry Sam to Horness goods Flipse windmills full lieu of agricultural implements a phone no. 48 Hogg shies at knee pants. J notice. A dispatch from London says j All parties indebted to the under All the arrangements had been com j signed will please Call at Blamer so plated with the United states ambassador Joseph Choate to enable former gov. Hogg of Texas who is in London to be presented to King Edward at the forthcoming levee. A hitch occurred however for or. Hogg found he must appear in knee breeches sword etc., the regulation court dress. A never a said or. Hogg a if i can not appear in the Ordinary evening dress of a american citizen i will not Appel at All. A pretty sight i would look rigged up in those gew Gaws. I have not the faintest Patton a store where you will find us. We want All accounts settled soon either with Money or note. Stambu gah so Lipscomb. 52tf judge Veale in a letter to the newspapers at Amarillo says that he will not be a candidate for District judge. Stringfellow Hume hardware co have just opened a Nice line of China and glassware. 4jtf there Are indications for a Lively race for Congress in this the Lith idea of trying to revolutionize or \ District this year Between John h. Even criticise English customs but blamed if ill Wear another country a uniform no. Not even for the Sake of meeting the King. Eugene Dyer after spending a few Days with his parents in this town left for Hereford his place of business the first of the county Herald. Killough is Montgomery have had the front of their confectionery store painted Blue which adds much to the appearance of the same. Stephens of Vernon the present incumbent and c. L. Potter of Gainesville. The fight promises to be fast and furious. Our observation leads us to believe that the friends of some former aspirants will Combine with the friends of Potter in an Effort to encompass Stephens in defeat. It should be Stephens or Potter and Nota a dark Blacks candidate who receive the news. Subscribe for the reporter for your friends�?5 subscriptions is in a $5 a everyone made welcome1 Sam to. Morris m Jacobsgaard the Hereford House Morris so Jacobsgaard the first class and up to Date hotel of Hereford live and let live rates convenient to depot new House new furniture

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