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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives May 17 1901, Page 4

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 17, 1901, Hereford, Texas 4 Hereford reporter Friday May 17, 1901 Little Willie. They Cut pay a trousers Down for me i done to get no think new i have to Wear his old Coats out his old suspenders too his hats and shoes done to fit me but so pose they will some Day. And then come to me instead of being thrown away. My sister Grace is Twenty two and she can sing and play and what she wears is always new not stuff that a thrown away she puts on style i Tell you what she or. Uses out of sight she a proud and haughty and she a got a Beau a most every night. I never get new things to Wear in a just a boy you see and any old things Good enough to doctor up for me most everything that in be got on one Day belonged to pay when Sisters through with her Fine things she hands them up to a a Detroit free press. Editorial notes. Comments on current events in the Busy outside world. Aguinaldo is either giving his Tongue a rest or is up against the military censor at Manila. The people May have to pay for the fiddling for the dance of speculation which Wall Street is now having. A Boston Chicago and other cities have found big fires blessings in disguise. May Jacksonville do the same. The class of men who can be bought for Federal offices will never build up a successful party in the South or anywhere else. Jacksonville a fire has again demonstrated that the natural impulse of an american when confronted with deserving need is to promptly relieve it. A the Man has a Short memory who has not compared some of or. Mckinley a Jol lying excursion speeches with some of his official actions with which they do not Square. Dry goods clothing boots and shoes hats and Caps the largest Stock West of Amarillo at Smith Walker amp co. Mcgothlin furniture Hereford amp Black dealers Texas Hie Beh in sir h. S. Syms prop. Chin s hair Guiling everything hew i specially. Heal Ann Dean 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 and now it is a ten million Dollar shovel Trust that is being organized to shovel up the Peoples Cash. A Texas editor recently wrote to one of his correspondents a Oil has taken the place of politics Down a Teddy is not finding the vice presidency conducive to the a strenuous life a which he has Long advocated. Oil companies which Promise to make you Rich while you wait if you invest your Money with them Are merely up to Date disguises for the old Gold Brick game. % the civil service Reform association struck the Bulis Eye when it declared that Many Indian agents appointed under the present system Are a Drunken brutal licentious and a there is probably a connection Between j. Pierpont morgans going so heavily into the steamship business and senator Hannah a announced intention to Force the ship subsidy Bill through at the next session of Congress stories of newly made Oil millionaires Are now monopolizing Public attention but those of the men who Are going broke in Oil speculation will be along in due time. Even if the latest estimate of the War department that 40,000 soldiers will be enough to preserve order in the Philippines be Correct the islands will be a very expensive acquisition for us. Gen. Miles doubtless meant it when he said there was greater need then Ever for editorial writers but we done to believe he holds the same i opinion concerning the space writers for the yellow press. A senator Mclaurin is not finding the task of building up an administration party in South Carolina As easy As he expected it to be. He made a bad break in expecting As a distance from Gen. Wade Hamp i ton. It would be just As Well for the busybodies who Are engaged in the propagation of War feeling toward Germany to wait until Germany commits some act to give us offence unless the intention is to pro j Voke Germany into a War with us. Minister Conger is working overtime tossing bouquets to himself but he Isnit getting any from the administration. Having secured his brigadier general a commission in the regular army Fred Funston appears to have discharged his press agent. Fred can afford to be Liberal to him for what he did. Is or. Mckinley looking Forward to acquiring a piece of China minister Conger Speaks of the partition of China in certain contingencies with a nonchalance that indicates his familiarity with the subject. The buildings in the Buffalo exposition grounds Are closed on sunday but tickets Are sold to open air a a sacred concerts in the grounds. The management should have the Backbone to either close or open the whole outfit on sundays. The head of the English missionaries in China has developed a bad of Case fright. He declares that the withdrawal of foreign troops will be followed by a wholesale massacre of native christians. If such ideas were general it would mean permanent occupation of China by foreign troops. It is probable that that is what they Are made Public for. We see Funston has captured a Maggie. A now what Are we going to do with him we might give him Atour of the world place him on exhibition in the larger cities and get some of our Money backs Well never get it any other Way. What a glorious achievement to conquer these people and Force them Uncer our form of government that a Liberty is it Well if so give me a monarchy inc e d 1 and Well knew where we Are. What has become of the a a Liberty our forefathers fought for can you Tell me or. Editor and where a e we anyway reign of a a Mccanna the eds Bowie 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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