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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 10, 1901, Hereford, Texas Building Boom on Hereford has not an Idle Carpenter vol. I. No. 12 Hereford deaf Smith county Texas May 10, Itoi $1.50 per year t ?1� a $ t tit t t a Portales news a amp items of interest in the Busy new Mexico Tov. N 4 edited by miss Helen m. Hall 4 or. Legette is heme from Texas. Or. Horn is in Colorado buying horses. Miss Goslin spent sunday with friends in Amarillo. S. White has recently placed 48 horses in his pasture. F. Smith recently sold 272 head of cattle to or. Lang. Or. Boyken has brought his sheep to his Portales ranch. Three train loads of cattle were watered and fed Here this week. Or. Lang will pasture 2000 head of cattle for or. Puckett this summer. Geo. Littlefield a retired philippine Soldier was in town calling on friends. Bovina had a visit from or. Breeding our cattle inspector saturday. The presbyterian ladies Aid society met with mrs. C. O. Leach on thursday. Miss Helen m. Hall is in Roswell this week sewing for mrs. G. Beale. Or. And mrs. Woodcock Are spending a few Days with friends at Kenna. Or. Beach of Roswell has been permanently placed in charge of the pump House Here. R. P. Smithy is our newest settler having recently made entry on land West of town. L. Weddington has rented the feed store to or. Stewart and moved to his ranch two Miles from town. F. L. Vanderburgh editor of the Hereford reporter was a business caller at Portales last Friday. Or. Richardson will move his family to town soon having recently purchased a House and lot Here. Mrs. Sid boy kens gave a dance to her friends monday evening which was an enjoyable affair As usual. Or. Morris of horse shoe ranch shipped cattle from Bovina saturday that Point being nearer ranch. Refreshing showers again visited Portales monday afternoon. Pastures Are looking Fine and so will our Stock. Or. And mrs. John Scott in charge of the hotel were formerly on the Lewis ranch All guests will be Well looked after. Or. Stewart of Canyon City not Only has charge of our feed store but keeps a Good livery barn in connection. Call on him. Among the Young ladies taking piano lessons of miss Mabelle Daniels we notice the misses Moore Kerr Franklin and Boyken. Rumor has it that or. Hudson of Fisher county Texas and or. Waddell a banker from Granite o. T., Are prospecting for cattle ranch Sites. Or. Jones travelling auditor for the Pecos system was in town this week on business. While Here he was entertained by or. And mrs. Goslin. Stringfellow Hume hardware co. Incorporated 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 the Cheref Ord it Saloon specialities. A a in e an enjoyable evening wines whiskers and cigars was spent at the Home of or. And mrs. J. Mcglothlin. Last tuesday evening the new Home of or. And mrs. J. Mcglothlin was the scene of one of the most pleasurable social gatherings held in Hereford for a Long time the event being in Honor of miss i Bessie Davis of Dimmitt and miss Emma Bennett who formerly resided in this town. Among the guests present in addition to the guests of Honor were the misses Salome Moore Maud Patton Clara Stewart Annie Leapold Eula Mcateer Brucie Gass Rona Dillard Dora Mcdonald and mrs. Id. Hinton the messes. F. B. Fuller or. Breeding prof. Rush c. E. Ferguson will Womble John Boyd o. F. Smith Mcknight b. C. D. Bynum d. R. Johnson o. Conoley and b. Hinton. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and social Chat which was interspersed with a Dainty spread of refreshments in the form of ice Cream and cake. At a conventional hour the party broke up and the participants repaired to their respective Homes All i voting their Host and hostess to be charming entertainers. You can get the reporter and Hirthe Dallas Semi weekly news for one year at $2.25. Labadie convicted. Stole a revolver from the string fellow Hume hardware co. The Case of Nee Labadie. A Young i mexican who has until his incarceration in the county jail carried the mail Between Here and Endee n. M., was tried in the county court on wednesday last before judge Boyd j Greene Wilson of Canyon was the i prosecuting attorney while Wither-1 spoon amp a ugh defended the Pris i Oner. Labadie was charged with j stealing a Colts revolver from the store of stringfellow amp Hume and through his attorneys pleaded not guilty and demanded a jury trial. The following jury was Emp annexed with Geo. Dale As Foreman w. S. Files j. R. Basset c. L. Gass Conner Voweil and Wallace Ingrish who after hearing the evidence in the Case returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment at a Fine of $50 and costs which were $50, and to be confined in the county jail for a period of 90 Days. Another meat Market. J. N. Jones on tuesday commenced the erection of a building on Dewey Avenue next to the Humphrey House. As soon As it is Fin 1 shed he expects to open up a meat Market. Slaughter herefords. An excellent picture of them on exhibition at Jack Harwell s. Geo. Slaughter. The general manager of c. C. Slaughters Large a few Quot it cattle interests at Roswell and other new Mexico Points has had some Fine portraits of his famous Here ird sires grouped and neatly framed and is distributing them among his friends. Sam Dunn the popular association cattle inspector in this District was made the recipient of one of them recently and immediately Hung it up in Jack Harwell a Saloon where it is attracting a great Deal of attention and causing no end of comment. Or. Slaughter never does things by halves and this latest advertise it of his famous cattle is a most ment. it in Mace adoration to the i business or Walls of private Dana inc to Northwest Texas fair Assn. We Are in receipt of the an ment and daily program sixth annual meeting of the Northwest Texas fair association to a held at Quanah september a 4, 5 and 6. The sum of $5000 is to be distributed in purses and premiums and from the Way they advertise there is no doubt but what the meeting will be a grand Success

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