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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives Oct 11 1901, Page 1

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - October 11, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter this Section of the Panhandle is progressing steadily and substantially vol. I. No. 3s. Hereford deaf Smith county Texas october ii Itoi $1.50 i r year local option carried saturday s election resulted in a majority of Nineteen in favor of prohibition. A i $ last saturday was the Day for the trial for life of the legalized Saloon in Hereford. The polls were opened promptly at the Legal hour Aud soon the forces on both sides were lining up for the contest. All Day Long the Battle waged in the open with Little to show which Side would gain the Day but when the Day was done and vote was counted it showed that a majority of Nineteen had been cast for prohibition. Many claim that this result will bring damaging consequences to toe material interests i our town while As Many others do not believe that such will be the Case. Also it is believed by som that the moral results will be for the worse because of joints r dives to at will be run in the town while others contend that such will not be the Case but believe that the open Saloon legalized and a condemned is worse than the joint that dares not come out and acknowledge its business Aud which stands condemned by All Law abiding people. But All agree that the joint and the dive Are things of evil and a menace to a Community and so let us now unite upon the enforcement of the Law whatever might have been our vote on the Saloon proposition. Let us try our new Law by strict enforcement whether it be Good or bad for Only by rigid enforcement can we determine the value of any Law then when the two years Are up we can Point the defects if any of the Law As shown by its enforcement and be Able to vote More intelligently when next called upon to decide this question. When the North and the South As opposing forces met on the Field of carnage and of death not a Man faltered but each True to his colors fought to the end like valiant soldiers but when the conflict was Over the South As Loyal in peace As in War Laid Nown their arms but not their conviction of the Justice of their cause and went peaceably to their various occupations As obedient to the Laws under the new conditions As they were before the conflict began. If there were hard feelings caused in our Campaign it was not apparent be it said to the credit of our entire citizenship so we have no bitterness to Lay Down and no grudge to How. Cd wholesale and retail dealers in j Jall kinds of hardware a 3 i j Call and examine our line before purchasing a a i i our Stock of harvesting machinery to full and Complete and we can and will save you Money. I h ii ii la Hix ii to it i ii Iii Tuti t the Iff t Wiwi Walt i w9 a we. W. Meeks pot Grapher jeweler and graduate optician. A to Date picture work jewelry and watch repairing lives scientifically fitted with glasses if in Eves examined Burns amp Cardwell a. J. Lipscomb returned from his Eastern trip yesterday morning. While absent he visited the state fair at Dallas spent a few Days at Mineola and also at his old Home in Quitman. Notice a e. Lyle an Uncle of Joe Kil Lough arrived from Granbury last monday morning and spent a few Days in town. He thinks that Hereford possesses the most progressive and energetic people that he Ever met with anywhere. County treasure Joe Killough returned from his Eastern trip monday after a very pleasant trip to Dallas Quitman and Mineola. Since the late ruling of the state treasurer requiring All payments of interest or other Money to be paid into the state treasurer in Cash we have made arrangements with our Austin correspondent to make such payments for us. We invite our patrons to leave their Section number Block and original grantee and we will be pleased to have proper credit Given at Austin for such payments and obtain treasurer s receipt. Respectfully he re Fokd National Bank Are now ready for business in their new store with a Fine Stock of this up . R. Mills Herford Texas practical Painter. My work is guaranteed. Pan american exposition at Buffalo n i november to All agents from May i i que i. 1 of k for the above occasion summer tourist tickets Max daily from this Date until vice from Hereford Texas to Falo n. Y., and return at the of $66.90. Bul rat it read the re

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