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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

BRAHD wmN* & . Amarillo football team de- feated the Dalhart team last week by a icore of 10 to 0. The J A ranch last week received and branded 4000 yearling steers, recently purchased by th$m from W. J. Richards. It is generally conceded that the county judge's race will have to be run over. It is evident that Mason and Journeay are tied.—Silverton Enterprise. Prof, J. E. Farrow has retired from the editorship of the Dalhart Texan and Mr. McNeil again as- sumes full charge of the paper. Mr. Farrow is a good writer and we re- gret to lose him from the newspaper field.—Dalhart News. T. J. Davis has taken charge of the day work for the Western Union Telegraph Co., at this point. The company put this work on the agent for awhile, but subsequent events proved that a day operatdr was an absolute necessity.—Clarendon Ban- ner-Stockman. 'V Attorney V. K. Wedgworth of Clarendon was struck on the head with a six shooter by J. D. Jefferies as the former entered the postoffice in that city...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

m . h, \ írí • THE HEREFORD BRAND C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician & surgeon Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford Texas J; W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon 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 & Dodson attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford - - Texat W. H. RUSSELL lawyer Practice in all courts Hereford, - - Texas JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford. Texas. J. D. Thompson was in town Mon- day. Leather—that's all—at J. A. Canterbury's. 37tf S. ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

33 ' _ Lodge No. 849 A. F. & A. M., meets Saturday evening on or before the full of each moon. Viiiting brethren cordially invited to attend. L. A. Simpson, W. M. £;:; pvrt erara «f vanir wnvvi un §ripvva PRIOK BAKING POWOSR OO. OMIOAOO. E General Stock News umiiiiiHiii 1 r car a W. A. Hubbard of Castro^ county will ship 6 cars of cattle to Kansas City tomorrow. The Horse Shoe Cattle Company shipped 27 cars of mixed cattle from Bovina to Kansas City last week. The KIT people shipped 19 of fat cattle from Bovina to Kansas City Saturday. On Saturday the following cattle were shipped from Hereford to Kan- sac City: C. V. Taylor, 87 head mixed; Higgins & Roberson, 72 3- year-old steers ; J. D. Thompson, 2 cars; Geo. W. Irwin, 87 mired; W. A. Witherspoon, 73 mixed; C. G. Witherspoon, 28 mixed. Sunday shipments to Kansas City were as follows: J. H. Wilson, 1 car fat cows, purchased from Geo. Abbott; Tom Curry, 60 3-year-old steers; J. D. Thompson, 1 car; Black R, New Mexico, 600 h...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

yV'V - WA; i- Vol. 4 •' •• -.'.r'f . •.,& HEREFORD, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1904 No. 41 ATTEND THE FARMERS' MEETING AT THE COURT HOUSE DEC 3 I iP: CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR WINTER GOODS SI i We carry a large line of Overcoats and can save you money on same. Our prices range from $4.00 to $20.00. We also carry a large line of Childrens' Jackets and can save you money on these goods. • Ladies' Dress Skirts rang- ing in price from $3.00 to $10.00, see them before buying. Good stock of wool and cotton blankets ranging in price from 75c to $10.00. ■fevvs&iiMRH Doings in Castro: County as Re- ported by Out (Respondent. W. P. Boyd went to Plain view last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Rush of Red Tower ranch was in Cleo community last Sunday. G. T. Abbott has sold his calves and will 'deliver them at Hereford one day this week. Miss Ada Owen spent last week * with Mrs. Antfffcw Jvyser, fchile Mr. Kyser went to Plainview on business. John Obethier of Yokum county is in ouf community, the gues...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

_ _ wsm , Jchool Supplies ( m i, «i ' ■' m-/r - We have received the agency to «XA handle the public school books, adopted ^ 5 ! J by the state,, and will be glad to receive ; 5 J J orders for same either from pupils from ¿ J J the Hereford school or from those of the ; v << I J surrounding country. We also carry a ¿ y ^ 3? ? complete line of school supplies. Call ¿ v <4 j J J when in need of anything in our Une. ^ ^ ^ We are now in possession of J. P. Hardings'* prescrip- ► ♦ < tion file dating from the present time back five h*h or fix yean and we can refill any pre- scription fr6m this file. M T. M. COULSOÑ<&CO.\V< • •• Druggists... THE BIBLE. An Interesting Letter on the Word of OOd by Mr . P. L. Johnson. All would pronounce the Bible the most interesting book they ever perused if their imagination had not been perverted by exciting stories of a ficticious character. If we study the word of God with interest, and pray to understand it .new beauties will be ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

... . ....;. _ i>; v R,(. m Hi w' ===== HEW CROP POR WIST TEXAS. ;-7 —r y; What the Producers Review Thinks Macaroni Wheat Will Do for the Fanners of This Section. Partial failure of the cotton crop in Southwest Texas is causing some- what of a revolution in agricultural pursuits in. that section. Besides trying to raise boll-weevil infested cotton a great many farmers are turning their attention to truck,,feed for cattle and hogs and to dairying. Others are seeking for a new crop of some kind, the nature of which they have not yet determined. Along this line it has been suggested that macaroni or Durum wheat, would do well, in at least some portions of this region. It having already been determined by experience that these . hard wheats are adapted to this climate, it being very similar in nature to those countries in Russia and Africa, where the best quality and greater portion of these wheats are now grpwn. The general con- ditions of which are intense heat, drought and lack o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

iY, googkr •b4 CMtro q«a tor DmI • «mfttf Esterad April 17, 1901, u mcoi mail matter, poat offlce at Hereford, Act of Congress of March 3, U79. Mfflllllrfllff Tex , Subscription Price SI.00 per Year strictly in advance H WWWWM8WWÍ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 251 W4> THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE. IV We have been requested by a number of our farmer friends to write an artiele this week urging all the farmers of Deaf Smith and Castro counties to bp present at the next regular meeting of the Farmers' Institute which will be held on the first 'Saturday in December. We comply with pleasure for we know the • vast amount of good accom- plished by the organization the past year. By meeting together from once to twice per month, the farming interest* of Deaf Smith and ^adjoin- ing counties have been advanced even beyond that of many old settled and more populous counties. In fact the work done in our farmers' meetings has attracted attention throughout the length and breadth of the Panhandle. The fact that...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

• • 'X ,ii ¿ -OI<fr w H ,-^.p ÍK EfiÜk SHORT LOCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Randolph Clark went "to Waco Thursday afternoon. Attorney Cooper of Amarillo was in the city Wedesday. Frank Vaughn of Hale county was a business visitor Wednesday. Geo. L. Muse was in town Thurs- day from the North Draw on busi- ness. We are sorry to learn that Mr. Turrentine is sick at his home this week. If you wish to keep your premises clean and thus preserve the health of your family, see D. W. Craw- ford. 34tf D. C. Laird returned Thursday irbm a business trip to Changing. .He was met in Hereford by Mrs. T. irH. Mrs. M. B! Hayries left Thursday -afternoon for Bowie after visiting her son, Judge Jno. P. Slaton, for several weeks. Miss Laura Edwards who teaches the Boom school is attending the Teachers' Association now in ses- sion at Amarillo. Mr*. Lee Clark and children left Thursday afternoon for Waco to join t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

BRA*© lít Ir received her first bale tton Ust week, brought to that by the producer. It was grown ! ginned somewhere on the south plains. " The Quanah Daily Tribune-Chief has been discontinued and Editor Koch announces that he will devote his energies to bettering the weekly. —Banner-Stockman. Several head of fine cows were killed by trains Sunday. Several parties had been shipping out calves and the cows were running helter skelter about the track and stock pens and as a result were hit by passing trains.—Hall County Her- ald. A county farmers' union was or- ganized last Saturday at'Wichita Fails, delegates from all* the local unions in the county being present. A full corps of officers weje elected and the organization will-begin at an early date to lay plans for next year's work. The Wilson-Popham Cattle Com- pany of Amarillo was recently char- tered with a capital of $50,000, the purpose being to raise and buy live stock. The incorporators were Erasmus Wilson of Los Angeles, Cal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAHD PROFES8IO10L SARDS. C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician & surgeon Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone ^o. 82. Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office át T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford, texas. 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, - - Texas JHO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. . Hereford, Texas. D. C. Cashion was among our ranch visitors Saturday. Frank Oyler of Bovina was in the city Saturday on business. Witherspoon & Gough represent nine old-line fire insurance compan- ies. - 43 J. N. Ivy of near Vega in Oldham county was a business visitor Satur- day. R. C. Bridges came in Saturday from his ranch east of town after supplies. For rent—25x80 brick building, centrally located- Address Box 255, Hereford Xexa¿ ~...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 November 1904

w mg&M i®13B .BRAHD ■t ■ ■ \ Mato from paro «tan af tartar derived froai gripes. prioi baking powdin oo. cmiqaoo. Syms—Starkey. Thursday at highnoon, at the home of the groom's mother in West Hereford, Rev. C. L. Cartwright spoke the solemn but impressive words which made Herbert S. Syms Miss Josephine Starkey husband wife. Several of Herbert' intimate friends had known tions for several weeks and he boarded the train Tuesday ¡moon for the purpose of meeting bride-to be . at Amarillo, they e made known to many others. ,fter the cerembny, the few in- id guests who (insisted only of people sat down to a "sumptuous repast such as would well servé the double purpose of a thanksgiving dinner and a marriage feast. The groom is one of Hore ford's most popular young men who is well worthy the confidence of all who knoThlm. . . The bri'de is one of Battle Creek, Michigan's, popular young ladies who will find a hearty welcome into her western home. The Brand joins in extending congratulat...

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

Vol. 4 HEREFORD, TEXAÍ5, DECEMBER 2. 1904 No. 42 MEET WITH THE FARMERS AT THE COURT HOUSE TOMORROW ■ ü m . , . ,o 11 ' WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YQUR WINTER GOODS ■ ■ . We carry a large line of Overcoats and can save you money on same. Our prices range from $4.00 to $20.00. W^e also carry a large line of Childrens' Jackets and can save you money on these goods. Ladies' Dress Skirts rang- ing in price from $3.00 to $10.00, see them before buying. Good stock of wool and cotton blankets ranging in price from 75c to $10.00. <* ¡fesái A LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA. Mr. Aten Writes a Description of the Country. San Diego, Cal., Nov. 25, 1904. Judge L. Gough, Hereford, Texas. Dear Judge We arrived here at noon day-before-yesterday, and hav- ing a few spare moments will drop you a few lines. Our trip was a remarkably pleas- ant one. Mrs. Aten stood the trip fine, also the children. I will start at Dalhartf and; give you an off-hand sketch of our jour- ney via El Paso and Los Angeles. We took t...

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

We have received the agency to f indie the public school books, adopted ¿ r the state, and will be glad to receive ¿ . orders for same either from pupils from 3 ¡ the Hereford school or from those of the A surrounding country. We also carry a 3 complete line of school supplies. Cáll A when in need of anything in our line. ^ We are now in possesion of J. P. Hardings's prcscrip- ► tion file dating from the present time back five ► or six years and we can refill any pre- y scription from this file. ^ T. M. GOULSON <& CO. \ Druggists. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx THE HEW BOOK Thirty Years in Washington, by Mrs. John A. Logan. This magnificently illustrated volume is published with the con- . sent and aid of the United States Government, and this fact alone is evidence of its sterling merit and of /the great care that has been be- stowed upon it. It is said that all roads lead to Washington just as they ^id to ancient Rome. Certain it is that the eyes of millions ijho cannot be hold the...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 December 1904

• Wil m i Bay' . . Lv i mail delivery went into effect this week, with two reg- t substitute carriers. next Panhandle Teachers' Meeting Will be held atClaud on the thim j Friday , and . Saturday in is reported that the Quanah trver will hereafter be edited by F. Hart, a newspaper man of eriesce, J fire, caused by the explosion Of a lamp, occurred in Dalhart last week, destroying property the extent -of about $4,500. Since his election as county treas- urer of Armstrong county, we notice J. H. Hamner has relinquished his paper, the Claude News, to his ♦daughter,Miss L. V. Hamner, whose name now appears at the head of the -editorial column.—Hall County Herald. C. E. Blair filed a petition in bankruptcy Thursday, giving assets «of $7,466.72 and liabilities of $4,014.69, with an exemption of $1,7$5, We regret Mr. Blair's misfortune, as he is a pleasant, -agreeable man to do business with. -^Clarendon Chronicle. The XIT's have gone regularly into the cattle feeding business. For this pur...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 December 1904

' A T'- • 'President V C W. DODSOK Cashta i* >v :.*u HEREFORD, TEXAS SURPLUS $15,000.00 CAPITAL $25,000.00 A BETTER RECEIPT Útend April 17,1901, u Mcoad-clan mfl matter, port o®e« st Hewford, T«m, Act of Congnas «I Miidi 3, i f. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IK ADVANCE V DECEMBER 2, 1904. COTTON TURNOUT. f ;i'- - v The gin has been turning out cot- ton at a pretty lively rate thie week. One noticeable fact which deserve special mention ia that there has not yet been ginned a single bale which did not more than third itself. If man wants a five hundred pound bale it is necessary for him to bring only about 1400 pounds of seed cotton This can be accounted*for from the two* fold reason that we have the very best machinery and that the staple of Panhandle-grown cotton has an exceedingly long staple. The farmers throughout the coun try are waking up to the fact that we have an excellect cotton country and this immediate section will lead the Panhandle in the acreage plant...

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

1PSF -;.N - H Í Rp*. Ü' i - 1 sr.w* .••.cuv..-. :;:v.-scrrr.- • .-. :-*• .iTr '..rWAWfMXmiÍU..V., ... tv. ekup I ^ 43- of Bovina visited Hi trtrttXW $ 1 tütíiKW Í tt HsréftfftMhis vtek Jno. S. Day of the North vu in town Tuesday after >u T. R. Armstrong of Bovina at< Retailers Saab Doors Screens Lumber Lime Cement, Etc. Plans Free Schools Churches Court Houses Jails fended commissioners' court this week. £. R. Rice came in Wednesday from his Castro county ranch on business. % Rev. Thos. Barcus, the new Meth odist pastor, arrived this week and *¡11 preach Sunday HEREFORD. TEXAS J. P. Snyder returned Tuesday afternoon frotp a ¡business trip to Carlsbad, New Mexico Geo. W. Dale returned Saturday from a business trip to Ft. Worth and other North Texas points Hew Grog Fulls Attorney Carl Gilliland had busi ness in Canyon City Tuesday, re- turning home Wednesday morning ,-SV.v' We are sole agents for 'Belle of Wichita," "Highest Sill Patent," "Moses Beat," "Silver Leaf", and "Big 7"...

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

' 1 ; tamalee good use ol this and drivé home, to. . I jjfefcf 4m0mkt# a feries of wheat experiments we have been making at the* Oklahoma Experiment Station during the past five year . They «how so strikingly the possibilities of good methods ap- plied to wheat farming that I wish every; grower of wheát in Oklahoma might be brought to see their value to him. The time of plowing ioi wheat is an important factor, , For the last five years duplicate half-acre plats have been plowed about the middle of July, August and September, put into the best possible shape for seed- ing by the use of the barrow, drag and disk, and seeded on the same date each year with the same variety of wheat. Last season, which was the poorest of the five for the wheat crop, the July plowed land yielded 15i, August 12| and. September 7} bushels per acre. By doing the work in July, when it was done easiest, more than twice as much wheat per acre was secured as when the work was done in Septemtypr. At present pri...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 December 1904

i.' 1 C. P. ESTES, M. D. , physician & surgeon Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford, texas. 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, - - Texas JÑO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. . Hereford, Texas. L. R. Bradly was in town Monday after supplies. J. D. Thompson was in town from his ranch Monday ón business. W. H. Walcott, who ranches west of town, was among our visitors Tuesday. A. H. Elliston spent several days in Armstrong county this week on business. For rent—25x80 brick building, centrally located. Address Box 255, Hereford, Texas. tf L. A. Simpson and J. A. Stegall left this week for Waco where they will attend the meeting of the Grand Lodg...

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

■PUpp v&T'* V. Es _ THE HEREFORD BRAND ' . ,. Wv-íiciMa ' B5W '' '■ '-r '■•' asWREí ÉBN|®Í^ ' 1' " míos BAKING POWOIR OO. CHIOAOO. ITEMS FROM BOOM Pro!. J. F. Eddienuuyras visiting hit aunt, Mrs. Hardesty, on the 26. Chas, and B. C. Roberson have finished stacking Mr. Frasier's im- mense feed crop. We are sorry to state that Mrs. H. K. Monroe has been very sick, . but is better fit this writing. R. L. Wilson sold his calves to J, F. Perry on the 24th. Also shipped one car of fat cows on the 26th. Vance Witherspoon who is haul- ing colton seed cake for A. Laird was at home last week. R. L. Sain went back with him to do some hauliog. ' Miss Laura Edwards, our school teacher, gave a most excellent Thanksgiving entertainment on the night of the 23rd. It consisted of beautiful and appropriate recita- tibns, songs and dialogues by the children. Another good day goes to record for Boom. According to arrange- ment and program of the Sunday school our 'entire neighborhood gathered af 10:...

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

1^1: ' Vol. 4 "7 ' \K ■ 4 HEREFORD, TEXAS. DECEMBER 9, 1904 No. 43 ATTEND THE DEBATE AT THE COLLEGE TOMORROW NIGHT KT' ■ niw|v THr«,*4V- TO 25TH STAMBAUGH & LIPSCOMB'S I k Clean Sweep Sale For Cash Beginning: Monday, December 12th and continuing until Sunday, December 25th, we will make clean sweep prices on our entire stock of goods. The New Year will soon be here and we wish to reduce our large stock to save handling so much duriqg inventory. Remember these prices are during this sale only A SWELL SHOE made in all leathers and styles. THIS 15 ONE _ price: $3.75 ■ ' " ■- SHOES! SHOES!! You are never well dressed unless you have a good pair of shoes. We carry the juries t goods that are made. We are going to show you the celebrated Hamilton-Brown line, all the very highest product of the skilled manufacturers, made upon best shaped lasts, made by the best labor, made with exactness, made for service, made for comfort, made for style, they positively possess every best quality. W...

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