Hereford Reporter (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 2, 1901 Page: 2 of 6
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HEREFORD REPORTER, FRIDAY, AUGUST a, 1901
on Current Events in the
Busy Outside World.
Piermoct Morgan might save
time by buying the republican nom-
ination for President for himself.
A glance over thr list of Mr.
McKinley's callers indcates that he
is mixing religion and politics, as
There is one advantage in carry-
ing historians on government pap-
roll—history is written to suit the
Hard conundrums should not be
asked in hot weather, and "what
have we gained by the Chinese mix-
up?" is a very hard one.
Secretary Wilson seems to think
the owners of the heat-devastated
cornfields can get relief through
Christian Science methods.
If that Tennessee war between
revenue men and moonshiners keep
on as it began, the consumers of
Tennessee "moonshiners" will have
to pay higher prices.
Comrade Sickles may take a no-
tion to ask comrade Hanna some em-
barrassing questions about the Com-
missionership of Pensions, at the
coming G. A. R. encampment.
Boss Hanna winks the other eye
every time he hears anybody say
that Senator Fairbanks is the ad-
ministration candidate for the re-
publican Presidential nomination.
Perry Heath must not have squared
Comptroller Dawes, who has ordered
the "busted" Seventh Nanional
Bank, of New York city to pay de-
positors in full or take the conse-
Wonders never ceasel Two
green goods operators were arrested
the other day in N"*.vc./k, N. J.
while their intended victum—a
Mississippian—was writing a check
It is not surprising that some of
the looters should be afraid of what
may happen to them after the foreign
troops leave China. If t^e looters
are wise tney will leave when the
"Historian" Maclay has written
himself down a liar and bootlick and
his abuse of Admiral Schley has
merely served to raise that officer in
the estimation of every man who be-
lieves in fair play and in giving
credit where credit is due.
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The Humphrey House
Items of Interest in the Busy
New Mexico Town
EDITED EY MISS LULA HARDIN
NEAR THE DEPOT
Having purchased the lee Cream and
of G. E. Burns & Co., we have re-arranged the Store
and Stock and are now prepared to serve
Mr. Humpreys is putting up a new
hardware store in town.
Mrs. Stinson of Roswell was visit-
ing friends here the past week.
The dedication of the Presbyte-
rian church took place. Rev. Lukens
delivered three good sermons.
~ j Several of the Portales people
Confectionery business 1 went to Canyon to take in the re-
lee Cream, Cold Drinks, Tobaccos,
ars, Confectioneries, Fruits
Canned Goods, etc., etc.
BEACH & ORR
union. Among those who went were
Mr. W. E. Stewarts family.
On the evening of the 17th. Rev.
C. Lukens and family came to Por-
tales and remained until the follow-
ing Monday. While here he con-
ducted services two evenings and at-
tended a reception.
Thursday, July 18, the Presby-
terian Ladies Aid gave a reception
; to the citizens and people of Portales
which was enjoyed by all present.
IA very pleasing program was ren-
fa I C? Jr ' c*ere<* w'nich consisted of music, re-
I [¡¡¡^ I ^ citations and other interesting fea-
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Ice cream and cake was
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors
The idea of history being written
to order for the contemptible naval
! clique that has hounded Admiral
BUILDING MATERIAL * i Schley since the begining of the war
I with Spain finds few defenders and
! deservees fewer. Maclay, the Brook-
I lyn Navy Yard clerk, who wrote the
i blackguard attack on Schley, is not
the man to jump on ; he was merelv
the dirty tool of dirty clique. Con-
gress will fail in its duty if it does
not go to the bottom of this mess.
AND ALL KiNDS OF
We carry the largest and best supply of Lumber to be
found in this section of the country. Give us a trial order
HEREFORD - TEXAS
A great many plain persous, who
have to pay for everything they get,
would like to know where the author-
ity for furnishing an expansive yacht
for Gen. Leonard Wood's personal
use was found.
Republican congressmen who take
their orders from the party bosses
are declaring against tariff revision,
which is another good reason for
democratic support and agitation of
Teddy has been buncoed. Some-
body has made him believe that it is
up to him to do the quiet and digni-
fied act in order to show that it
would be safe to trust him with a
According to European gossip,
the so-called French republic is in
danger of being toppled over. The
Czar of Russia is credited with the
intention of putting one of the young
Napoleons on a French throne.
Hereford Lumber Co.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes and
Our Stock of Lumber is Complete
and Second to None in the Panhandle
STAMBAUGH & LIPSCOMB
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Grain, Hay, Salt, Coal, Field Seeds, bois d'
Arc anijN0MÉ Posts
Wagon Yard and^^JH^Ke in Connection
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Hereford Reporter (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 2, 1901, newspaper, August 2, 1901; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142258/m1/2/: accessed July 10, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.