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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

*?:' #-'■jVis- \ © Some months have gome by I we contributed our mite to ne paperdom. Things galore happened since then: We've visited our wife's people: prospectors have com? and gone; our neighbors have been visiting, and their relatives have all tried to be on hand. C* J. White and C. F. Kerr have been advertising this country in 100 news- papers ; Jim Oden ¡reports grass and crops in Bailly county fin$r than ever before; W. A. Slover, Tom Tate, et al went to Swisher county with their cattle on the hunt of grass and came back with reports like that was the land that flows with milk and honey. B. T. Bell says it rains south of Portales; Sam Donnell knows Briscoe county can grow crops for they have grown this sum- mer. Ai P. Eaton tells scarry tales of grass and crops in Lamb county; J. A. Stegal in the south part of the county has harvested his maize al- ready; Joe Brashears in the east part of the county is bragging about his cotton and corn, but while these reports are all true ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

'm fMÍ- Mt «'• m Ú *->:: . HP' Plant I* Not Affected By Altitude and Is a Won- derful Drouth Reslster. PREPARE SOIL THOROUGHLY A Region in Which the Rainfall is Excessive is Not Favorable for the Growth <* Alfalfa, as the Plants are Quickly Killed Even by Surface Water. Among the forage plants that are deservedly attracting much attention from practical farmers is alfalfa, one of the first forage plants culti- vated by mankind. It was carried from Western Asia to Greece at the time of the Persian war, 470 years B. C. The Romans cultivated it. From Rome it was carried to Gaul and Spain, and from the latter coun- try to South- America and Mexico, where it has been successfully culti- vated for more than three and a half centuries. It is the standard for hay and grazing in Mexico. The writer has seen it growing in great luxuriance on the irrigated lands in Mexico and Colorado, where six crops could be cut in a single season. It is now the leading crop in Colo- rado and in parts o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

I M :v; THE HEREFORD BRAND • j • * © ft / # ft Sfc; Ss GIH MEETING. Farmers and Business Men Meet to Hear Report of Committee- Work Begun. The citizens* meeting at the court house Saturday^ #ternoon was very weM attended and what characterized the meeting was the seeming deter- mination which everyone possessed. The house was called to order by the chairman, S. T. Howard, and the committee on gin was asked to make its report. This was done through the chairman, A. J. Lips- comb, who informed the convention that after a most thorough investi- gation they had failed to find a man whom they could interest in the pro- position of building a gin. The committee reported further that they thought it useless to make additional efforts to induce an outsider to take up the enterprise. At this juncture G. L. Abbott of Umbarger, who has had considerable experience in gin enterprises, addressed the conven- tion and made suggestions which readily appealed to those present in such a way as to star...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

•v «yS*. rfüJRV. ;;P^ THE HEREFORD BRAND \.h,d Mcry Mrtdmy By GOOGER A CO. OaoUl OrgtB for D* f SmltH and Castro CounllM Entered April 17, 1901, m «econd-cl« ■««II matter, {>ost office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congresa of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904. ANNOUNCEMENTS A uniform rate of $10 will be re- quired of each candidate announcing for public office, the announcement to be accompanied by the cash. This fee covers printing name on ticket. FOR COUNTY JUDGE W. H. RUSSELL A. J. LIPSCOMB FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR J. T. INMON W. B. PHILLIPS R. N. MOUNTS GEORGE CLOYD FOR COUNTY CLERK W. B. BEACH FOR COUNTY TREASURER C. L. DAVIS P. R. PURCELL F. HERRON FOR TAX ASSESSOR J. S. WYCHE J. WALK BRADLY J. W. FORD A. STEWART KENDRICK COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 2 T. M. PALMER CASTRO COUNTY FOR COUNTY JUDGE M. F. BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR W. S. DIXON J. S. COPES FOR COUNTY TREASURER \ GEO. W. IRWIN COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 W. A. TATE ARE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

THE HBRFORD BRAND 1 <É ♦ '• m % <r* t'V It, m $ É' * ' > '• 4. ■ , Credit No One m \*> ^ W.SV.1 jfcJS *v. 333333 iiSSEiS SU} tf) ID U) O V} ^OiC(NfNO fj-s-s^^e y Sóá'g^ > C/) (Ü etf c £ ® ?«1-3C52 § s 8 S Ez> 9 d ££ ¿¡ =5 SpOOQ UAiQ sju JOJ sArj u*]fl[ AJ3A3 «O •* c « y cü o a> x c- S 8 ^H^üüno Subscribe for The Brand—$1.00 W. J. Killough of Hart in Castro county is in town today. Headquarters for Liquozone—J. P. Harding's drug store. tf Good oak stove wood already cut at Hereford Fuel Oil Co. Sltf For a nice line of jewelry and clocks call and see Meeks. tf The family of S. J. Williams ar- rived from McLoud, O. T., yester- day. The Misses Turrentine returned this week from the St. Louis Expo- sition. Mrs. Fréd Collmer and'son, Roy, were welcome callers at this office Thursday. Mrs. T. A. Kennedy of Amarillo is visiting her mother, Mrs. B. H. Bounds this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wicker of Cleburne are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Black this week. J. A. Williams w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

in lm*wm tf ::V K v. THE HEREFORD BRAND ,fe. W PAMHAHDLE. .* ' ■ Dr. S. A. Knapp 1 Making Inree- tigations in the West. Fort Worth, Tex., Aug. 21.—S. A. Knapp of Houston, who has charge of the cotton experiment stations, reached the city this after- noon, accompanied by his wife. He will leave tomorrow morning for Channing, where he goes to make investigations in cotton planting. He will spend a couple of days on the Denver line and will go into the Pecos Valley section, and then to the south west of San Antonio. Dr. Knapp is very much interested in the Panhandle section and believes that the future offers great things for the cotton industry. He will study the methods of this section so that he will be enabled to render such service as will be of value to cotton planters. From Dr. Stocks. Sandersville, Ga., Aug. 20, 190,4. publishers Brand, Hereford, Texas. Gentlemen:—I wrote you a month ago asking that my paper be for- warded to me at this point until further notice, but as yet ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND © m- * Ü m n R M . PtffESSMIL sms. C. P. ESTES, M. D. Phone 82 G. F. LiGband, M. D. Phone 138 ESTES & LeGRAND PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and syrgeon Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford, texas. RASCHBAUM & MAGNENAT Amarillo, Texas Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. • In Hereford the ist of each month W. E. ROBERTSON « dentist Special attention given to diseases and deformities of the mouth Prices goverued by services rendered Office at Hereford Dental Parlors in the G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone 65 Residence 18 Witherspoon, Gough St Dodson attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford ... - Texas W. H. RUSSELL lawyer Practice in all courts Hereford, Texas JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford. Texas. Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 August 1904

"Mh TBS HEREFORD BRAND Panhandle News _Jp|i—— A two and one half inch rain fell in the Nort^Panhandle last week. The United States Department of Agriculture is putting in a weather observation station at Dalhart. A very destructive hail storm visited the vicinity of Dalhart last week, doing much damage to grow- ing crops. A move is on foot among Wichita Falls capitalists to build a refinery to handle the product of the Clay county oil fields. Quanah will receive over 15,000 bales of cotton this season. Within a few years this will be increased to 50,000.—Tribune-Chief. The taxable valuation of property in Potter county this year is over $3,000,000, an increase of about a half million dollars over last year, j It is reported that someone tried to bribe S. P. Webb, who was a! juror in the Hughes case at Ama-1 rillo last week. The grand juryj has taken the matter in hand and will make a thorough investigation. L. A. Knight of Plainview has contracted to put in a first class gin SOCIAL ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

BrV*r py i V ...... .. .A,,.A ■WWr?\... m i L « € 6) 4) ft) Vol. 4 HEREFORD, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904 No. 89 HEREFORD PEOPLE WILL ERECT A $2,500 GIN PLANT THIS FALL [ Panhandle News j it>irirtiTwT"T> Tulia is having rather a difficult time raising money to build a gin. At the close of last week they had subscribed about $550. Wichita Falls received her first bale of cotton on the 24th inst. It was raised by J.-M. Chrlstman who received a premium of $12.50 from the Board of Trade of that city. W. D. Strong of Amarillo was fined $100 and sentenced to three days imprisonment in the county jail in the district^court at that pljace last week for contempt of court. Permission to do business in Tex- as was granted today to the Dal- hart Water Company of Denver, Colo., having a capital stock of $80,000. Its purpose is to furnish water to Dalhart. Th'e jury gave Mr. Morrison of Plainview a judgment against the Santa Fe railroad for $500 and in- terest from the time the damages accrued....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

«¿■¡¡¡jf™3$... *' v;;>* *'k' '■ $10,000.00 Stock THE HEREFORD BRAND H H lllfllil It has been our continued effort to make our place of busi- ness the pride of our citizenship—not only in attractiveness, but from a standpoint of REAL VALUE in goods. ««There is no honor without great labor." This fact we fully realize. We can buy direct from factories and as cheaply as any merchant in Texas—but we do not handle a line of trash. We have all good, medium, stout, well made, honest goods. We are one of you. We need and want your business. We will give un- parallelled LOW PRICES for September. Yours For Business ER RT A C\C furniture dealer ♦ D. DJL^rVV^IV AND UNDERTAKER lee Cream Social. On last Friday night, Miss Nellie Phanstecl entertained a number of her friends at the home of her parents, northwest of town. The guests included not only the young people of the immediate community, but a goodly number from Hereford. Harmless but attractive games were indulged in until a late hour, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

m o o THE HEREFORD BRAND WEST TFXAS COTTON Fleecy Staple is Crowding Back The Cattle Range to the Pxofit of Cattlemen. The following which appeared in a recent issue of the Dallas News indicates that West Texas is des- tined to be a vast cottort field: "It is a little bit singular that ■cotton should be the agency for the undoing of the range cattle industry on both sides of the Rio Grande, but it is unquestionably doing the work. The News representative is just back from a trip out in West Texas, and the cotton crop of that .section • is a genuine revelation. From Weatherford to Baird the crop noticed from the car windows was disappointing, showing evidence of too much dry weather. But from Baird on west, as far as the staple is produced, there was never a finer prospect for a' crop anywhere. Mitchell county is a fair sample of the West Texas counties where cot- ton and cattle have come into active competition, and there are few counties in the black land belt that -can today show ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND : The Brand Published Mo*ry Friday By RAY, COOCER A CO. Official Orrfan for D« f Smith and Castro Count!# Entered April 17, 1901, *s second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904. ANNOUNCEMENTS A uniform rate of $10 will be re- quired of each candidate announcing for public office, the announcement to be accompanied by the cash. This fee covers printing name on ticket. FOR COUNTY JUDGE W. H. RUSSELL A. J. LIPSCOMB FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR J. T. INMON W. B. PHILLIPS R. N. MOUNTS GEORGE CLOYD FOR COUNTY CLERK W. B. BEACH FOR COUNTY TREASURER C. L. DAVIS P. R. PURCELL F. HERRON FOR TAX ASSESSOR ' J. S. WYCHE J. WALK BRADLY J. W. FORD A. STEWART KENDRICK COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 2 T. M. PALMER SUBSCRIPTION AGAIN. CASTRO COUNTY FOR COUNTY JUDGE % M. F. BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR a W. S. DIXON J. S. COPES FOR COUNTY TREASURER GEO. W. IRWIN COMMISSIONE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

TBE HERFORD BRAND a- • • • A • *. * • ft • • 4. 'i'ltii.. ÍÍ'^í: gSMB We Credit No One «;. ; *V>' \l-, u % '..vwJu-' . *>t. n.. en 0) • P4 O u 0 O *0 c; (0 0 o o O ►> u Q 3<555J5<5<5 c c c c e c c o C lf> U5 m O W5 O^O^fNfNO c CO o = = PJ d w Mu ÉL* •8 «a u * tf) </> u o3 CAÍ 3 .5 . 1/5 ► C X sJÍ* U "■ 1_ o >> W> a> O c/J fe 2u_ SpOOQ UA^3 SJH -K>¿[ SAFJ UFJ^I XJ3A3 o > */) J c« ■g « S-5 Ctf & J)J> U ' -¿ • C to U V 21 Cj'3 U 1 O bo io| !*J "s2 "í o* ^ c 'E 1 riba ¡a í« u liüE 0ÍH<u w T? c C ° i¡5E '111 1 CS UJ !|JN« 4 HEREFORD LUMBER CO.i s i HEREFORD LUMBER CO. 5 For Everything in Building Material J i i .For Everything in Building Material To our patrons from the ranch: Our office is supplied with stationery and comfortable tables where you can rest and answer your letters before re- turning home. Come and see us. Geo. Lynch was among Hereford's ranch visitors Saturday. All the latest and most up-to-date cigars kept by J. P. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

nR p E¿s ¡RA' . 6 THE HEREFORD BRAND THE HEREFORD W. J. GIULLAND, Proprietor free delivery phone no. 15 If it Is fresh meats you want, you will have no trouble in being satis- fied at my place. It shall ever be my purpose to be worthy of the patronage of the public by giving the very best the market affords at the lowest pos- sible prices. I respectfully solicit your trade, guaranteeing to one and all fair and honest dealings. I have secured the services of Harvey Trice in the meat cutting department and all that you have to do is to order what you want and you will get it. ALFALFA IN THE WEST. Specially Suited to Our Soils Be- cause of Their Alkaline Nature. Alfalfa is peculiarly suited to soils of the West, because these soils are alkaline instead of acid. Why are western soils alkaline? Because the annual rainfall is light. What has rainsall got to do with alkali in soil? Alkali exists in all soils (as plant food) but in the wet regions it is evenly distributed for several feet i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND PH0FE8SISIHL cms. C. P. Estes, M. D. Phone 82 G. F. LeGrand, M. D. Phone 138 ESTES & LeGRAND physicians and surgeons Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s 0 Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford, texas. RASCHBAUM & MAGNENAT Amarillo, Texas Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. In Hereford the ist of each month W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases and deformities of the mouth Prices goverued by services rendered Office at Hereford Dental Parlors in the G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone 65 Residence 18 Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Irwin vis- ited in Amarillo this week. Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford ... - Texas W. H. RUSSELL LAWYER Practice in all courts Hereford. T eias JNO. P. SLATON attorney - at-law Office...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 September 1904

nMMHi N THE HEREFORD BRAND SHORTJ.OCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Subscribe for the Brand and Semi- Weekly News—$1.75. C. L. Adair, president of the Tyler Gollege at Tyler, is in Here- ford in the interest of that institu- tion. W. H. Russell went down to Bovina Wednesday on duties con- nected wUh the county attorney's office. A. H. Elliston returned Saturday from a trip down the Denver in the interest of the Panhandle Christian College. Claud Moreman came in from the ranch west of town Saturday and spent Sunday with his parents in Hereford. J. H. Calloway went to Amarillo Wednesday afternoon to meet his daughter who has been visiting rel- atives in Oklahoma. Rev. T. F. Roberson of Canyon City was in Hereford Sunday and Monday looking after his work in this end of the district. E. F. Connell went up to Ama- rillo Wednesday to meet his sister, Mrs. W. P. Holland of Bartlett, who is visiting him this wéek. S. B. Harbison of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 September 1904

The Hereford Brand Vol. 4 HEREFORD, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 9. 1904 No. 20 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HEREFORD, WORK FOR THE COLLEGE 6 # c tí o t-1. • .<82 ¿4^ is CARSON'S^ ADDRESS Delivered to the Farmers of This and Surrounding Counties at Hereford, September the 3rd. WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT Spoken to the Tillers of the Soil—Tells Them They Can Produce Almost Any Crop and That He Believes Cotton Can Be Produced Here at a Profit to the Producer. Ladies and gentlemen : When I had the pleasure last February of coming up here, it was a good deal like Congressman Stephens said this morning, I was impressed that this was a dry country and town, but I have made a good many observations during the last week, and I have ob- served that it does rain in the Pan- handle. This is not a drouth- stricken country. The further south you go you will find everything burning up. We have our drouth during the summer time, when here you are blessed with plenty of rain. Now, some say we don't get enough rain h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 September 1904

mW BEE ■ ?V Baft V: THE HEREFORD BRAND PROSPECTORS ONE HUNDRED ADDRESS OF WELCOME Delivered by Judge L. Gough at the Farmers' Picnic Held at Hereford Saturday, Sept. 3rd. Ladies and Gentlemen: — By choice and invitation we are here today to speak the words that make people glad and thrill the bosom of every patriot, and indeed do we feel it an honor to welcome those who have gathered at the first Far- mers' Picnic of this and adjoining counties and as we cast our eyes over this audience of smiling faces and see the preparations made for your comfort, we know that you are welcome with all that welcome means. This being campaign year, when many questions of great importance are to be set- tled by the American people one may natur- ally expect that we would take up the plausibility of one side and show the fa4acies of the other, but when we realize that this is a gathering for industrial development and but for the heroes of '36, it would have never been our lot to celebrate a festival...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 September 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND : * A HEREFORD'S PICNIC. Large Attendance and An Interest- ing Program Carried Out With Much Credit to Committee. Many were the citizens of Here- ford and vicinity who arose from their nights repose on last Saturday morning, partially glad and par- tially sad. Glad because of the bounteous rains which had fallen through the night and sad because -of the seeming impossibility of hav- ing a picnic after so much pains and labor had been spent to pull off what might be termed Hereford's greatest -entertainment. This disappointment was felt, not only by the men who had invested of their means in pre- paring the grand stand and all the entertaining features of the day, but by the ladies, who had gone to so much trouble in preparing re- freshments, the proceeds of which were to be applied to the College fund. The morning was indeed damp and gloomy, but were our peo- ple to be baffled by mud and water and a drizzling rain? No! To the ■contrary, their courage was aug- ment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 September 1904

I THE HEREFORD BRAND Published Every Friday By RAY, COOCER CO. Official Organ 'or Daaf Smith and Castro Countiei Entered AprU 17, 1901, as «econd-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904- ANNOUNCEMENTS A uniform rate of $10 will be re- quired of each candidate announcing for public office, the announcement to be accompanied by the cash. This fee covers printing name on ticket. FOR COUNTY JUDGE W. H. RUSSELL A. J. LIPSCOMB FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR J. T. INMON W. B. PHILLIPS R. N. MOUNTS GEORGE CLOYD FOR COUNTY CLERK W. B. BEACH FOR COUNTY TREASURER C. L. DAVIS P. R. PURCELL F. HERRON FOR TAX ASSESSOR J. S. WYCHE J. WALK BRADLY J. W. FORD A. STEWART KENDRICK COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 2 T. M. PALMER CASTRO COUNTY FOR COUNTY JUDGE M. F. BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR W. S. DIXON FOR COUNTY TREASURER GEO. W. IRWIN COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 W. A. TATE Since the boll weevil have ...

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