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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Mar 16 1903, Page 12

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - March 16, 1903, Hereford, Texas The Brand a a non was in Quot air it $ Panhandle 4- a 3 3jmsms 3�?T it n news c. C. Ferguson it option Childress was c visa pointed in the show which occur a cd there last week a ice neither Cut die Vetn Attar nor i us ill us Frank James was the re. The Vicinity of i Tador was vis lie d by a heavy h. All rain and wind Ste it pm doing con is id Erable damage to crops and movie jct j one House from its foundation. Memphis lex., act. J Public school building at in rearing . V i Plet cd this will be the bes a substantial school build ii fort Worth am the Pymm a Fife %m0 pm u based 160 acres of Lai that town on which two 1 Denver a it s City cd i ill be by the general passenger agent of the Rock Island is collecting for his office in Chicago a list of All unsold Large tracts of land that can be procured at reasonable prices in the Plains country. Higgins has shipped some sixty cars of wheat so far this season. Its mad it a Good Oil has id near streams ill and h to Furm Supply unite. A Dan other improver the town with water. The school Bonds twelve of them of the denomination of $1,000 each have been engraved and Are Here awaiting the signature of r. W. Of Keefe Secretary of the school dealer in Grain and Coal sole agents for the celebrated a Nigger head Maitland Coal highest prices paid for hides a it of most centrally located Walton Yard in town a amp will Bandle a full line of Field seed 4? 4? amp a a your patronage is solicited v v lib Higgins is just across the line from i 0ar<l before they can be forwarded Oklahoma where the 160-acre Homestead Law makes sure enough farming a necessity though a profitable one. Lubbock has accepted a proposition from the Denton. Decatur so Western r. R. To build a Railroad to that Point for a Bonus of $30,000, which amount has been raised. The contract Calls for trains to be in operation eighteen months hence. Immigration continues to pour into this country at a rapid rate despite the efforts of the a a knockers to prevent it. The knockers May Knock but the tide of immigration is on and will continue to be on until the knockers Are knocked All Higgins news. Sand in the Hills West of Higgins has been found to be of excellent Quality for the manufacture of Glass to Austin for approval and Sale. Canyon news. When it comes to big cattle transactions Texas is always found at the head of the procession. Last week colonel c. C. Slaughter the Dallas banker and ranch Man sold from his ranch in Howard county a drove of 4,000 head of dry cows and 200 bulls All herefords. The Price j Paik for the entire string was $88, j too and they Are to be delivered to e. B. Carver of Henrietta. Texas a the Middle of this j City journal. Congressman Stephens of ver non proposes to introduce two Bills during the coming session of con Gress one pertaining to the settlement of the negro question in which he favors settling the criminal Cie ment of the coloured race on one of the Island possessions of the United i you need our drugs we want to sell them Why can to we Trade we also have a Fine line of stationery f school supplies i cigars Etc. There Are two registered pharmacists at Burns amp Smith s drug store i i have added a line of harness saddles bridles Girths. Quilts and Kindred articles and am still making High Grade boots and shoes for the elite ranch and professional men of the country and it is thought that a big Eastern j states the other to the opening of concern is now contemplating the j the strip of land just across the red erection o a Plant for the purpose j River in Oklahoma which was re of Glass manufacture in this Vicinity served by the Federal government As f r v in s v v v v % v v j v % j a a and will appreciate your patronage. Canterbury Hereford ii it in n in n a n n n off off in the near future. A new Rev. J. W. Whatley returned tuesday night from Amarillo where he has been attending a meeting of the executive Board of the .Al Duro Canyon association of the Baptist Church. Under the rules of the association it was decided that the Board had no authority to consider the College question at this meeting and a special meeting has been called to Convene at Amarillo october 16th at to of clock a. In. To consider the question of a Baptist College at Canadian. Or Whatley says that All the details will be arranged at the next meeting and work will begin Here within the next two or three weeks. From All reports it appears that the Canyon City people have fallen Down on their proposition and that the one at Canadian will be the Only Baptist College in the record. Cutting and putting a cheap cattle this pasture lands in 1901. Cleo Community Castro county. We Are having some very Cool i weather at present which reminds us that Winter will soon be Here. Every one that i know of in this neighbourhood is up feed for the Winter. Well. We have heard of fish j stories Snake stories ghost stories j and Many other kinds of stories but or. Will Gilbreath tells the Champion Wolf Story. Or. Gilbreath is a sheep Man and the wolves killed a Lamb sunday night and on monday morning he discovered two wolves fighting near the Lamb and not hav a gun he seized the neck Yoke of his Wagon and killed one of them. He did no to say whether it was a Blind Wolf or not. There was a Box supper Given at the Shive school House last Friday night for the purpose of finishing the ceiling. We Learned that the proceeds were sufficient to finish the ceiling and the House throughout inside. Or. And mrs. Harvey Cash and miss q. B. Hill of Dimmitt or. And mrs. Jim Oden of Lamb county d. C. Laird of the oyo ranch and Barclay Belljr. Of Hereford and sitors from different parts of present. Music Sam Lee Jesse i Abbott mrs. Jim Merritt and Tess Henderson went to Amarillo last week. T. J. Sawyer Jesse Todd and miss Mamie Todd went to Hereford on business last saturday. Or. Mathis and son Emmett have gone to Amarillo to a Martin Slone in is a it of Dimmitt the othe the was country were relished b Todd mrs. Mab John Oberthier and miss Mamie Todd. We heard one Young Man say those Box suppers was a scheme Gotton up by the girls to show the boys How Well they can Cook or. J. A. Slaton of this Community is in Haie county buying yearlings. Mrs. Jeff Burch returned Home last week after being absent for quite awhile at Amarillo with sick relatives. Community with a two Row Corn Cutter cutting feed for a h. Gilbreath. Or. J. H. Henderson sold part of his feed crop to j. B. Obertheir last. -.al, cock. Wen for tear of making my communication too lengthy will ring off for this time. W. S. D. New fall millinery. At reasonable prices in the mrs. Stone building i the famous just South of court House mrs. E. J. Tuttle

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