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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

A WeeKly Paper Devoted toftfak Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas 2 > ¿SÍZZEBZSZ, Z2ZZZZZZZ& úiub* ncription R (M Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 IH Cl.UBS OF FIVE To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. v«rtioin(! Rate* Display, 25 cenlc per inch. No dis- counts for time on space. Local retding no- tices, 10 cents per line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to The Brand Hereford, Texas Application has been made for transmission through the m«:Is at second-cla«6 Mtes Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS. MARCH 21, 1902 No. I With the Cattlemen.... The proprietor of this paper, in company with about twenty-five other citizens of<Hereford, attended the meeting of the Texas Cattle Rai- sers' Association, held at Fort Worth March .11, 12 and 13, and did his utmost to advertise Hereford and the Panhandle country by distribut- ing about 500 copies of The Brand -among the visitors present, and by ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

«#■■''' , • mmm- ■ f!" -;í 'U;- THE BRAND ■, Bwi:: A Good Man Wanted. This district is sadly in need of a suitable candidate for representative. The two gentlemen who are avowed candidates have, so far as we know, nothing to recommend them to popu- lar favor. One of them is a third rate lawyer with neither ability, exper- ience or anything else to his credit. One is a man of unusual brilliance, on whom nature and art have lavish- ed every good gift but one, and that, alas, is the one without which all the rest are naught. What a spectacle for gods or men shbuld either one be elected to represent this, the most enlightened people in the state. This is the time when only the very best, purest and most incorruptible man should be Stent because the vital interests of our people demand an honest, fearless and unbuyable man. The little rift within the lute that has appeared, with the evident determination of the people below the line to overrun this part of the state by doing away with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

I THE j BRAND re- j jt j* j* j* j* j* * j* j* j* j* j* j< at j* Jt j* For the Stockman The greatest stock raising country in the world, with a direct transportation route above the southern quarantine line to and from all markets and the great pasture lands of the west and northwest For the Homeseeker Cheap farming and grazing lands in the Panhandle of Texas Lands unde^ irrigation in the Pecos Valley of New Mexico, producing the finest fruits, melons, alfalfa, celery, garden produce, etc., etc. Business opportunities of all kinds in a new and prosperous country For the Healthseeker A climate already famous for its health promoting qualities Altitude not too high, air pure and dry, temperature even, with no extremes of heat or cold And the pleasure seeker will find something to see and something to do Pecos valley jt j* j* j* jt j* jt j* * jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt j> DON A. SWEET Traffic Manager AVERY TURNER General Manager AMARILLO, TEXAS jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

TIÍE BRAND 5 of the Tio Many Kow.. There will probably be another weekly newspaper started in Amarillo ic tfce next few} weeks.—Amarillo Advocate.. The desire to "-rush into print" is as old as the art of printing, and this desire, i a measure—and a targe one —accounts, for the over crowded condition: of journalism in our day. Amarillo has three- news- papers already, andS the field is. crowded. Better ha¡ye one good paper than a dozen sorry ones, for in the latter case it works a hardship not atone upon the men who are starv- ing at the business but also upon all the business men of a town. To> sup- port three or four papers, where only one is needed, mean* a burden I30 the business interests of a place and if the business, interests refuse to support them at all they retard the town's progress by giving it a bad eye to tb£ outside world. Thus it works a hardship upon everyone. Jt Negroes Nofc Wanted. We think Clarendon has xnore than her share of the class and it is about time ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

aflSfc.*ttm • 4**1 i- '■«-'*1 ^"fw .1. ..jNfci.v,,.' . THE ^ BRAND A SOCIAL DAIfCE ddle- >lo.. íred. IlDQ :1 50C í i les oí rrie*,. |e teed. IDO, Will Be Given by the Young People oí Hereford on the Evening of March 25th. Ab^ut three hundred invitations have been printed at this office for a select social ball and reception to be given at the Hereford House on the evening of March 25, 1902, by the young people of Hereford. The large new store of the Hereford Dry Goods and Clothing Company will be used as a ball room and supper will be served in the spacious dining parlors of the Hereford House. The parlors of the Hereford House will be at the disposal of those not desir- ing to dance, and it is hoped that all who receive invitations will be present, as special preparations have been made for a pleasant time for those who do not care to dance. This will be the social event of the season and the committees hav- ing the matter in charge will spare no efforts or expense to give all p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE # BRAND mnw 60016. Try Smith'* Cough Syurp. Gough's Drug Store. 4-tf R. C. Phansteel was in from his ranch on Thursday after supplies. George Syng of Pampa was among the arrivals at the Hereford House yesterday. R. F. Holloway has just received a new and up-to-date law library to adorn his new office. G. S. Williams, who has a ranch twenty miles north of town, was in yesterday after supplies. Ballard Slinger, an expert book- keeper of Rosebud, came in on Thursday's train and is prospecting hereadouts. He is an old friend of R. F. Holloway. We have a fine line of single and double buggies. Mice weather will soon prevail and you should discard the old buggy and drive in one of our swell turnouts. Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Company. 5tf W. G. Twyman has rented the building formerly occupied by the Hereford Manufacturing Company and is repapering and otherwise im- proving the property. When ready for occupancy Mr. Twyman will open a billiard and pool parlor therein. Fresh bread at t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE J BRAND POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lt. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lt. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. 44 44 Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE Lt. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. in. Ar. Endee 44 at 8 p. m. Lt. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford 44 at 8 p. m. LOCAL 1TEOTS BF INTEW Happenings in Our Busy County Seat Briefly Told. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Beach & Orr have some new local advs which it will pay you to read. Hickox & Daniel will pay the highest price for butter and eggs. 5tf W. F. Barber of Castro county was registered at the Hereford House on Tuesday. F. M. Baker and wife of Amarillo were guests at the Hereford Hous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

"y w mm %§• BiS í:ÍVí liil THE ^ BRAND «# ■ :-;r• .;;,?V'-' " THe j& Brand A WeeKly Journal Devoted to tHe Interests of tHe Panhandle Country of Texas B. P. STONE, Editor P. L. VANDERBURGH, Publiahw GUARANTEED rhb 1,000 '"ue CIRCULATION A little Presbyterian girl In hot discussion took a whirl Against a lad who argued warm Episcopalians knew "good form." "Oh, I don't know," the maiden said, In rugged Calvin's doctrine bred; "As style goes, you are in the shade— You get your prayers all ready-made." J* So FAR. as our town and county are concerned we advocate the Re- publican idea of buying your goods, at home. j Things of this world are valued fat comparison to the standpoint from which they are viewed. Virtue, goodness, wisdom and riches are but relative terms. One man may be accounted rich with an income of a thousand dollars a year, while an- other may be considered poor with an income of ten thousand. Before we say a man is good, great or bad, let us see by what standard we a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE. jb> BRAND We are cognizant of the worn-out imputation against the newspaper fraternity generally of a disposition to advise other people in general and farmers in particular along lines of which they themselves are ignorant, and we are loath to offer suggestions to our farmer friends on this account. But it appears to our unsophisticated minds that there is one branch of the stock industry in this country which is not receiving the recogni- tion it really merits. We refer to the raising of hogs. We have a country, it appears to us, more especially adapted to the raising of hogs than many other sections where they are now being raised to profit; and yet, strange to say, the industry is not receiving much attention among the farmers generally. There seems to be little interest taken in, the matter, gener- ally speaking, in this section of the Panhandle, as yet. Yet, we have innumerable advan- tages over other sections, where corn is depended upon for feed, and hogs are raised ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

—• THE & BRAND PI SCHOOL ROTES. Interesting Notes Concerning Here- ford's Excellent Public School. Thinking a few words regarding our school would probably interest some of the readers of The Brand, I again make an effort to gain your attention for a moment. * jt The majority of the pupils are doing good work, regardless of blustering old "Mars" or the ai- rival of "spring fever days." jt J* Prof. Page, having charge of the higher classes, is moving on nicely in his routine of work. He has proved himself an able instructor in all the higher branches of study es- sential to a finished education. .J* J« Miss McDonald, next in charge, might well be commended for the zealous efforts and unceasing energy with which she effects her work. * The pupils under the supervision of Miss Stewart seem to be moving onward with an advancing step. The respect and love with which they regard her proves that she acts firmly yet kmdly with them. * * The little ones also seem to be progressing well u...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE, # BRAND CANYON DEFEATED. Hereford Boys Defeat Canyon by a Score of 14 to 8 in a Five Inning Game. Last Saturday a picked nine from the Canyon High School came to Hereford flushed with their recent victory over the Amarillo nine and with the expectation of putting it all ever our boy*. The game was called at about 2:30 p. m. with F. L. Vanderburgh as umpire. At the start our boys were some- what disheartened as the Canyon boys were men by the side of our boys, and the first two innings Can- yon had all the best of it. But after that our boys rallied and commenced to play sure enough base ball, and it was not long before the tallies were in Hereford's favor. The chief features of the game were fine field- ing of Canyon's shortstop and third baseman and the battery work by the Hereford's, the battery being composed of M. M. Nuckols, pitcher, and Edgar Dyer, catcher. In the 4th Inning Canyon's were at bat and had three men on bases with no outs. Then Nuckols got a hump on him- self...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE- # BRAND HEREFORD ORCHESTRA. Iti« Composed of Eight Pieces— Their Music if, Well Rendered. Last Monday evening we were fortunate enough to be invited to the cosy home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Fuller to listen to the Hereford orchestra in their practice. The orchestra has been augmented by two recent arrivals from Mis- souri, Messrs. West and Turk. The boys have been doing good work in their practice and are now competent to execute the most diffi- cult popular and classical music. The personnel of the orchestra is as follows: W. E. Rush , instructor and accom- panist. W. F. West, 1st violin. C. H; Turk, .clarinet. B. H. Bounds, Jr., clarinet. Frank Tucker, cornet. Homer Inmon, cornet. S. C. Wilson, slide trombone, John Boyd, bass viol. Real Estate Transfers. Withe rspoon & Gough to Rev. J. It. "Walling of Dallas county, one section miles southeast of town; consideration $2400. S. S. Evánts to j. P. Snyder, five acres off the 'Evants addition; con- sideration $500. G. W. Dale to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE # BRAND ■mer to Fe rters he po" has ub- ish new I hid in lout- fire the Iwas jold pep- Of tails in Inks lhas 1 the thus lery lept lan- Ithe I nil .'s at IStf As Others See Us As per our annoucement in our salutatory article in the first issue of The Brand, we labored under many difficulties and suffered many reverses in getting out the initial number, and as a consequence The Brand was not up to the high ^standard we had set for it. This explains why we opened our exchanges with fear and trembling, le$t some of them should ruthlessly criticise us. So far, they have been very kind to us, though, and said nothing but nice things. It would be impossible to publish what all of them say, owing to our limited space, but it might be inter- esting to our readers for us to break open a few of the hundreds of peri- odicals before us on our exchange table, and reprint what they have to say about us. So here goes J* Beautifully Printed. The first one of our exchanges opened happened to be o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

THE & BRAND ► 4 M i Hereford Mercantile Company k i|.▼i£TikTikjyj¿Tjl-T*^kT1iiT■<LT!dkT'J>-T^J^V | «48 PRICES THAT PLEASE ae 3 doz. misses' jackets, formerly $2.25, 3 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $1.00, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .50, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly,$ .60, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $3.00, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $7.00, 2 doz. King K overcoats, formerly $6.00, 2 doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, 1^ doz. duck overcoats, formerly $1.65, 1 doz. good duck overcoats, formerly $1.25, | doz. duck overcoats, formerly $5.00, now $1.75 now .75 now .40 now .50 now 2.10 now 5.25 now 4.50 now 2.65 now 2.75 now 1.30 now 1.00 now 3.75 The Leading Mercantile House Of the Panhandle i r |>TÍ>TÍLTJLTjiT¿>T<>.▼it. a 'TTTTT^ITOTT The Biggest Locomotive. The biggest and most powerful locomotive in the world belongs to the Santa Fe. There are other big things on the Santa Fe. The biggest Canyon i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

■4pMR| .i'. ■ . 'V" s* \ THE J* BRAND GROWING HEREFORD. A Town of the Plains With Bright Prospects and Substantial Worth. F. L. Vanderburgh of Hereford, with The Brand, published at that place, made The Register a call last evening. He is a firm believer in the future of Hereford, which is the coming city of the plains, he said. The soil is very rich about the town, and for two years past there has been an abundance of rain, so that vegetables and grains grow and ma- ture. Wheat, corn, Kaffir corn, milo maize and sorghum are grown for the grain and for forage. Fruits also do well, anda nursery is being established. Rev. Randolph Clark, formerly of Add-Ran, is putting up a $10,000 brick college. He has about fifty jerseys, and with these he will runa dairy. Last December a census was taken by the several ministers of Hereford, and the population was 1472. It has grown since then, and they say they can safely claim 1500 inhabitants. The soil has been found to be ex- cellently adapted ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 March 1902

MR ,V: -**: THE brand Build Up Aright How long! Oh how long will the good people of Pilot Point remain in- -different to our educational interest! Shall the parents of this town con- tinue to live in dread of the time when they will have at heavy expense, to send their sens and daughters from home to prepare them for the respon- sible duties of life? Are we not neg- lecting a grand opportunity to ad- vance our material interest when we become so apathetic on the school ^question? Factories^ manufacturing plants, and good roads are good for the upbuilding of a town, but schools vof a high order are better for all .classes; rich and poor are equally benefited by them. We honor *,ur .schools so far as they go. But a higher grade we need, the refining influence of which will be fait not «only in the town and adjacent com- munity, but the influence of which ■will be unbounded. No town in North Texas has better natural ad- vantages for a high grade school •than Pilot Point, and if our peo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

«*/ /l C r rz* rk, Ion $6 tas A WeeRly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan Handle of Texas É Sub- scription Rata Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 IN CLt'BS OF FIVK To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad- vartUinrf Rata* Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts tor time or space. Local reiding no- tices, 10 cents per line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to The Brand Hereford, Texas Application has been made for transmission thro ugh the mails at second-class rates Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 1902 No. 6 The rapid building of the two packing houses of Swift & Co. and Armour & Co. at Fort Worth calls for "hog talk" nearly every day in the year, until they are supplied. On Monday several hundred farmers from North Texas were in the city, and visited the site of the great structures. More than one of them was heard to remark that he would double his output of swine in vie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

Tfififc BRAND J* J* Ji J* Jt j* JS J* j* J* j* Jt Jt Jt Jt Jt Jt Jt For the Stockman The greatest stock railing countrjr in the world, with a direct transportation route above the southern quarantine line to and from ail markets and the great pasture lands of the west aid northwest For the Homeseeker Cheap farming and grazing lands in the Panhandle of Texas Lands under irrigation in the Pecos Valley of New Mexico, producing the finest fruits, .melons, alfalfa, celery, .garden produce, etc., etc. Business epportunities of all kinds in a new and prosperous country For the Healthseeker A climate already famou* for it? health promoting qualities Altitude cot too high, air pure and dry, temperature even, with no extremes of heat or c4id And the pleasure seeker will find something to see and something to do Yalleg Lines jt j* Jt jt Jt j* J* j* j* j* j* +* DON A. SWEET Traffic Manager AVERY TURNER General Manager AMARILLO, TEXAS Jt j* ji Ji Jt Jt JI J* j* ji j* jt * Jt Jt ■Jt Jt ji ji .Jt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

UMíáml. ■¡di '••• ''M&.'.\ THE * BRAND = £ lat )tf lis )N More About the Representative. The article in the Canyon City Stayer about the race for represen- tative, which was reprinted in this paper last week, was followed by another anent the same subject * which we reproduce belox-; Please allow me to indorse every word in article of last week's paper in regard to" candidates for office. If there ever was a time in the history of the country when we ne2dei good men- 'iri office, that is now. This country has been cursed with men in office having neither reputation nor character, and we for- get the fact that the higher we place a man in position the greater his in- fluence for goocf or evil. It is an insult to the good sense and morals of any community t© be afflicted with the candidacy of a moral bank- rupt ; and if I am not much mistaken one of the parties referid to is of .that class, and I protest with all the power of my being against having common decency outraged by such...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE BRAND# Still At It. Yesterday afternoon Messrs. C. A. Clark, pastor of the Methodist church at this place, and O. F. Smith visited our sanctum, and presented the following document for ;>ublication in our columns: We Um wdcnigntd hereby state that the placing of oar name* on the program for ike social dance as published in Ths Bkand was not authorised by as, as we neither at- tead nor participate in the social dance. This correction is made in behalf of our- selves and different churches of which we are members. This had four signers attached to 'he tail end of it. Three of them did not have their names printed to the aforementioned program, and the other is not a member of any church. It has been our observation that where you find a Methodist and a Baptist hobnobbing together you'll find mischief a-brewing somewhere; it's a bad sign. This led us to re- gard the mission of these gentlemen with suspicion, and consequently a representative of this paper visited all of the part...

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