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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 10, 1901, Hereford, Texas
4 Hereford reporter Friday May 10, 1901 editorial notes. Comments on current events in the Busy outside world. If anyone knows Why the germans continue to fight the chinese they have not taken the Public into their Confidence. Teddy can be counted upon to endorse the appointment of a rough rider to be governor of one of the provinces of Luzon. A it is a hopeful sign that a number of gentlemen should be not Only willing but anxious to become the next democratic candidate for president. A perhaps the railroads regard the Cost of the presidential free excursion As the Purchase of another Nail for the coffin of the Nicaragua canal project. A san Francisco is trying to get Good before the Mckinley excursion gets there. The chief of police has been indicted by the grand jury for standing in with vice of All sorts. U so great is the love Between Gen. Wood and the members of the cuban committee that they went from Havana to Washington by different routes and returned in the same manner. Teddy made pretty Little play against the Mckinley free show by making his appearance before the Boston Home Market club. His smile was there All right but his Cowboy outfit was not. A the Man who defined civil service Reform As a method by which professional reformers in office could put their friends in office without raising a Row among the disappointed office seekers was in striking distance of truth. A proposition is under consideration to Combine All the Iron companies of Alabama in a big Trust. Go right ahead gentlemen the sooner everything is put under Trust control the sooner the people will revolt and put an end to All trusts. Mcglothlin amp Black furniture dealers Hereford Texas Hereford restaurant. R. D. Martin manager regular meals Short orders at the usual hours a specially fancy cakes baked to order Hereford Texas Meeks amp Conoley proprietors of the Hereford meat Market Are furnishing Corn fed meats of All kinds we keep fish oysters and vegetables in season. Delivery free the heh efm in shop h. S. Syms prop children s hair culling ii new. Neat Airn glean. Dry goods clothing boots and shoes hats and Caps the largest Stock West of Amarillo at Smith Walker amp co. Mrs. Carrie nation is now re ported to be insane. Has she been sane at any time since she began her Public antics a sex congressman j. Ham Lewis predicts that the next National Campaign will be fought on the Tariff. There Are numerous signs that the Tariff will be one of the important issues. I naturally the Federal office holders of the South Are not taking kindly to or. Mckinley a new method of building up the Republican party in that Section they wish to keep the offices. A being the Only free show of its kind on the Road the Mckinley exhibition is drawing big. The com i Bina Tion of a president four members of the Cabinet and the most palatial special train Ever seen is calculated to attract crowds. If the cubans Are Wise they will i not build High Hopes on the removal of the Tariff on sugar and to a Bacco because of or. Mckinley stalk to them about negotiating a reciprocity treaty after the Independent cuban government is established. Or. Parkhurst would do Well to make a better showing for his efforts in new York before he tackles the a a Nigger problem. A minister Conger has announced i that the administration was entirely pleased with his course in China but the administration Haven to said a word publicly on the subject. A members of the daughters of the american revolution would better think before they enter partisan politics by trying to Boom senator Fairbanks for the Republican presidential nomination. A the cubans according to the members of the committee that visited the United states will and wont accept the Platt amendment but the members of the constitutional convention Are still accepting Sio a Day and expenses. Edward h. Harriman the new York banker and broker is said to control More Miles of Railroad than i any Man in the world which is i another Way of saying that he con i trois the votes of More United 1 states senators than any other Man j does. The Cost of maintaining a first class hotel on wheels during a period of seven weeks and covering a distance of More than ten thousand Miles carrying about fifty persons cannot be much if any less than a years salary of the president�?$50,000. It will hardly be claimed anywhere that or. Mckinley pays this but the question is who does a song of the free presidential excursion lists. Away away ten thousand Miles away As we spin along let us be Gay we eat we drink and hear the bands play and we be not a cent to pay pay pay resolutions of respect. Whereas the supreme architect of the universe in his infinite love and mercy has seen fit to remove from our midst our dearly beloved brother and Junior Deacon s. H. Mccracken having called him from labor in this world to dwell in that celestial Lodge above not made with hands eternal in the skies be it resolved that in his death the Hereford masonic Lodge loses one of its most beloved members and efficient officers his family a Loving husband father and protector and his country a faithful citizen that we extend to his family our most Heartfelt sympathy. While our loss is great we know theirs is greater and we would say to them Bow submissively to the will of him above. That our Lodge Roc in be properly draped and each member Wear mourning for a period of thirty Days in memory of our departed brother. Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our Lodge one handed to cur brother a family and one sent to the Hereford reporter for publication. John Mcknight w. B. Boyd c. L. Davis about a new pair of boots ? i have had fifteen years experience in the Boot and shoe business and guarantee All my . Neatly and promptly done. A. Canterbury meat Market building
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