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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - November 8, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter vol. I. No. 38those who come to look All located strange Isnit it Hereford deaf Smith county Texas november 8, 1901 $1.50 per year emm i g r a t i o n w e j 3 t w a r d i the e r e is a tide of pm migration from a s t e r n Texas and from other states to West Texas. The drouth which has not been confined to any particular portion of the state but has been Felt by other states has caused a spirit of unrest and has assisted in setting up the tide of immigration Westward. It is a noticeable fact that those seeking Homes in this part of the country Are not the Idle shiftless class but Are the intelligent Thrifty class that Are Selling their possessions in the More thickly settled portions of the country and Are seeking where they May place their Money in a More profitable investment and locate their families where the opportunities for their children will be More promising. This class is not confined to the Farmer or Stock Raiser but to All classes the doctor the lawyer the banker the merchant. No part of the West is attracting greater attention than the Plains. It is becoming known that the Early geography makers were mistaken when they marked the Plains of Texas a desert or the conditions have wonderfully changed. No longer than june 190i, Henry Sayles of Abilene in an address before the Farmers Congress of Texas spoke of the a treeless Plains with their shifting san Hills which denote the Deser. Of however True this May be of the part of Plains visited by or. Sayles it is by no Means True of the forty counties of the Plains in the Panhandle. On the other hand the the Rich soil Fine grasses abundance of pure water splendid healthful climate its adaptability to the production of All kinds of feed stuffs fruits of All kinds known to the temperate zone its abundance of vegetables of Fine Quality the rapidity of the growth of Shade and ornamental Trees our Altitude of a1 most 4000 feet the absence of malaria swamps where or. Groves Ani or. Cheatham and other h la tonic men Are strangers where lit is and Texas fever Are no terror to cattle men where the finest it reds from other sections May be a red without danger to life. All h be and Many other things make h Plains a Region to be sought. My it is being sought. Now we must look for our part of the Thrifty class. Railroads Are traversing the country and we need not Long expect to be the Market or shipping Point for Distant counties. So we must j developed what we have about us. Amarillo Childress Dalhart and other Points Are pointing to their Railroad facilities. Let us make j Hereford the educational Center of i the Plains. These other towns will want a place to educate their boys away from Railroad shops and saloons and dives usually found together. We have shallow pure water a Rich cheap land As inducements to those that would Settle among us to j educate their children. We have the finest Stream on the Plains and Large deep lakes for the school boy from abroad who would Wear away a lonesome hour or satisfy that passion for the gun and Rod in search or the Fin and feathery tribes. We have made Good beginnings stringfellow Heinie How. Al. Wholesale and retail Deal ers in a it All kinds of hardware Call and examine our line before purchasing our Stock of harvesting machinery full and Complete and we can and will save you Money. Wet Tver remt wet a j thanksgiving Day president Roosevelt has issued his proclamation i thursday the 28th of this present proclamation. November and do recommend that the season is nigh when a j throughout the land the people cease cording to the time hallowed from their wonted occupations and custom of our people the at their several Homes and places of president appoints a Day As an is worship reverently thank the giver pedal occasion for prayer and of All Good for the countless bless thanksgiving to god. This thanks Ings of our natural life. In witness giving finds the people still bowed whereof i have Hereunto set my in our move for a College Enterprise i h som w a or the death a a # great hand and caused q and the further Effort for an experimental station. But should we meet temporary defeat let us not be baffled. Such defeat would not take from us the natural advantages mentioned above. It is an old adage a no glory in a voyage on a and Good president. We mourn United states to be affixed. Done president Mckinley because we so at the City of Washington this the loved and honoured him and the 2nd Day of november in the year manner of his death should awaken j of our lord 1901, and of the Ondein the breasts of our people keen Pendency of the United states 126. Anxiety for our country and at the signed same time a Resolute purpose not to tranquil sea. This applies in the j driven by any calamity from the of every Enterprise. I b launching of every Enterprise. Of a 8trongf orderly when the time comes to act let us Liberty which As a nation we have not be Penn Wise and let an oppor i thus fax safely trod yet it in Pue Unity slip from us that will take j a a great disaster it is never the years to regain. J Jess True to at no people on Earth the character of the people Anil j have such an abundant cause for institutions in the Early history of a thanksgiving As we have. The past Community determine the future of year it in particular has been one Theodore Roosevelt the president John Hay Secretary of state. See j. A. Johnson for fresh cheap groceries. 29tf recent reports from miss Stone our captured missionary say that she is alive and Well. That Community. Of the Saloon a in the abolition prime move was i. Mank and p. S. Williams of pros or peace and plenty. We have pros i Perez in things material and have i a made. Let us with equal determine j been Able ,0 work or our up-1. Tyg action move Forward As Opportunity j i tiny in things intellectual and pm is offered. Our College committee i spiritual. Let us remember that As if in need of a Good overcoat will be heard from in the near Fult much has been Given us much will come in and see our Large Stock. Ture j be expected from us and that True i style Price and Quality Are right. It is reported that a Large number homage comes from the heart As Smith. Walker so co. .35 t of Kansas cattle is being shipped to we As rom the lips and shows it-1 the Plains of Texas for Winter Pas Elf in deeds. We can Best prove the Woodmen win unveil a Monu Turnage on account of Short crops in our thankfulness to almighty god Merit Over t e grave o. C Kansas. Thousands of cattle Are by the Way in which on this Earth Racket sometime in the near future waiting for inspection below the and at Thili time it each of us does his the Date will be announced later. Quarantine line ready to Cross Over j duty 10 his Tetlow men. It a g Campbell a business Man on account of the Scarcity of feed in now therefore i Theodore a a Hillsboro is Here this week the lower counties. Come ahead if Roosevelt president of the United Tooki int0 business conditions in you can find room. The whole coun a. ,. Try ought to be the Plains of Texas. Sates do hereby do gnat a a a Hereford and pricing land in the anyway then we would be ail Rig Day for general thanksgiving country

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