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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 September 1903

THE * BRAND WRITE LETTERS. In This Way You Can Help Popu- late and Develope the Panhandle. The Colonization Agency, South- western Lines, St. Louis, Mo., wants articles and letters written and signed by farmers, farmers' -wives and daughters, teachers, physicians, tradesmen and merchants of the smaller towns—any intelligent resi- dent. These articles and letters should tell what the writer wishes to say, and in his own way. Two hundred to seven hundred words are, as a rule, enough. The letters should be statements of the writer's experience since liv- ing in the region. He may also tell of what he has seen, and may in- clude in his letter what he personally knows of the actual experience of others. Articles and letters may be writ- ten with either pen or pencil, on sheets of any sise, but on one side of each sheet only. If the paper is ruled, it is better to write only on alternate lines. The facts and per- sonal experiences stated ought to be such as will convey detailed infor- mat...

Publication Title: Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 September 1903

} nr i 1 1 i ■ 3 íjt ■ THE # BRAND ,1 " •f* . í"■/■■' ■ ". 'i i 1 I ■ H 1 't We Make Plans and Specifications We Will Give You Correct Estimates Manufacturing In Hereford Sash, Doors, Stairs, Casing, Moulding, Etc. Not only enables us to complete contracts with rapidity but we give you 25 to 50 per cent better material at a less price. If you contemplate building soon come in and let us show you the kind of material we put in all our mill work. All work guaranteed first-class >•••• PLUMBING We are prepared to do any kind of Plumbing or Repair Work on Short Notice. TIN SHOP We manufacture Galvanized Tanks, Drinking Tubs, Dipping Vats, Flues, Etc. PERFORATED PIPE Is a sure cure for sand wells if properly fixed. We guarantee clear water. R.epair Department We repair Furniture, Windmills, Brick or Wooden Structures, in fact most anything. [tie We keep in stock Double Strength A A Glass, Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Brick and Cypress Lumber. We donate Plans and Specifications where we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 September 1903

THE # BRAND Í 999999990999999999999999 General Stock News Some little trading in stock cattle is reported from the Hereford coun- try, the prices paid being $20 for dry cows and $25 for cows and cal- ves.—Carlsbad Current. The calf crop of the Escarbada division of the X. I. T. ranch prom- ises to be much greater this year than last notwithstanding the severe winter experienced in that section. Branding, which was discontinued on account of dry weather, was resumed last week. X. I. T. people are ship- ing 700 cows to the Kansas City market this week from Bovina.— Carlsbad Current. The following shipments of cattle to the Kansas City market have been made since our last issue : Aug. 29—Hicks & Caldwell, 30 twos. Aug. 30—J. H. Tipps, 70 threes. These were purchased from W. H. Walcott. Aug. 30—A. P. Murchison, 20 ones and 2 fat cows. Aug. 30—J. E. Tucker & Co., j 75 calves. Aug. 30—R. .N." Mounts, 115 steers. Aug. 30—J. D. Thompson. 29 covs and heifers. Aug. 30—J. C. Cox. 1 car...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 September 1903

THE J* BRAND M PBHKS1BIIL amis. WITHERSPOON & GOUGH attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford Texas R. H. GOUGH, M. D. w physician and surgeon •iBfurgical Cases Solicited. Electrical "" and X-Ray Machine in office at T. J. Davis' Drug Store Res. Phone 20 Office Phone 26 Hereford, Texas C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician and surgeon 'Phone No. 82 Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Hereford - Texas A. D. BRUBAKER, M. D. physician and surgeon Special attention given to diseases of lungs, rheumatism, female diseases and rupture successfully treated without the knife. All calls at- tended to during day or night. OFFICE AT HEREFORD HOUSE TELEPHONE NO. 46 W. H. RUSSELL lawyer Practice in all courts Hereford, - - Texas JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. R. F. B^LLOWAY attqjíni Hereford - Texas A Fine Saddle. "Frazier, the saddle and harness man of Pueblo, Col., has on display, says the Nati...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 September 1903

THE # BRAND XIT LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP1 c At $3 to $4 per acre and up As an Investment to the Small Stock Farmer cost to the Company Nearly 2 only-a few months oné or two sections the stork ON ACCOUNT OF THE CAPITOL SYN- dicate Company's (better known as the XIT's) intention to discontinue their cattle business their large ranch, consisting of over 3,000,000 acres and situated in the best part of the Texas Panhandle, will be sold in any size tract—to suit the purchaser. This land is all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- provements which make it the best in the Pan- handle. Improvements on land purchased will be sold to the purchaser at the actual újtamfif this great ranch lifts been sold and it will will have the one million acres left in beau- tiful homes and farms. It has been demonstrated that the small stock farmer can make more money com- pared to his invest- ment, than can the large ranch owner,and the splitting up of this large ranch (until rece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

-Z<3^2TL to the of the mi of Texas Sub* Scription Ratci Per Year $1.00 6 Months .50 3 .2S IN CLUBS or SIX To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vartialnrf Rate* Display, 50 cents per inch monthly. No Discounts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, 5 cents per line, each in- sertion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable tothe Tht Brand Hereford, Texas v , . — 1 Entered April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 3 HEREFORD, TEXAS, OCTOBER 2, 1903 No. 33 Stringfellow (INCORPORATED) Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Wagons, Farming Implements, Wire, Wood and-Steel Windmills. WINDMILLS We do not have to make any claims for the Eclipse windmills. Man- ufacturers of other makes of Windmills, in advertis- ing their wares, make the claim that theirs is "as good as the Eclipse," but none claim to make any better make than the Eclipse. This claim is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND PaDts mat Fit stay fit and won't rip, made with the highest waistband, look well, wear well, friend makers and retainers, good wearers and in every respect worth the money. Pants that are never shunned, never rip, an agreeable companion to the unmarried man, a saving óf stitches to the married woman, that's lie flat iron brand. We have them, we sell them. Can't we sell you a pair? You'll be pleased with them. We have the sizes, men's sizes, youth's sizes and boy's sizes. The boy needs a pair of good knee pants, and you need for him to have a good pair, a pair you will not be compelled to re-sew. The price is high, but the quality is still higher. Don't you want quality? If so, he is permanently located at HENRIETTA OIL FIELDS. Lockridge Field Taking on New Speed—Shooting Wells a Success. New excitement was aroused in the field Sunday by the bringing in of the Jones well. This well is said to be as good or better than any in the field. It is 250 feet deep and located more t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND CASH! * CASH! ^ CASH! In accordance with our previous announcement, we are now selling for cash, the HIGHEST GRADE of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES at a very close cash margin. Come to our store and save yourself the credit man's profit. We want to say something about our Millinery Department this week. Read the following: OUR MILLINERY GOODS will be on display on and after Monday, Sept. 28. On account of a delay in the shipment of these goods it will be impossible for us to have our usual Millinery Opening, but we can assure our many friends and patrons that our Millinery De- partment will be more up-to-date and complete than ever before (if that be possi- ble) and cordially invite the inspection of the Ladies of Hereford and vicinity. Our stock in every way is full and complete and besides the many special bargains we are making corre- spondingly low prices on everything. We want your trade and will make every effort in our power to merit your patronage by giving you courteous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND MORE DIPPING IS IN SIGHT. Opinion is Expressed That Clean Cattle Will Soon Be Allowed to Cross at Any Season. Colorado, Tex., Sept. 30.—The announcement made to the effect that the State and Federal inspec- tion season will begin Oct. 1 this year is generally satisfactory to the cattlemen of West Texas. John Carlisle, one of our leading ranch men, who owns a border pasture, says this is one year that the Live Stock Sanitary Board has done the proper thing at the proper time, and that the new regulations will be generally satisfactory to all fair- minded ranchmen. The early season is going to give a wonderful impetus to the dipping business. That fact is already evi- dent from the manner in which the situation is beginning to shape itself. There has been no cold weather so far this season to intefere with the development of the fever tick below the line, and the presumption is that Southern cattle are going to show up pretty badly infected. They can not cross until they are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAHD More Railroad Talk. The talk of another railroad for Canadian still goes on, and it may- yet become the railroad center, as it has been for years the trade center, of this section of country. A preliminary survey is now being made between Watonga, Ok., and Canadian for an extension of the road now in operation between Guthrie and Kingfisher, which it is said will pass into the control of the Rock Island provided the Watongo- Canadian extension is built. The objective point of the road is said to be Denver, Colo. Another road which will likely build through here is the Fort Smith and Western, which is now built to Guthrie, Ok., and will be extended to Pueblo, Col. —Canadian Record. Teachers Wanted. We need at once a few more Teachers for Fall schools. Good positions are being filled daily by us. We are receiving more calls this year than ever. Schools and colleges supplied with teachers free of cost. En- close stamp for reply. American Teacher's Asssociation, J. L. Graham, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND POST OFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. W. J. Walters, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves 201, south-bound, 11:02 a. m. 202, north-bound, 4:02 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 1:30 p. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 6:00 p. m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 7:30 a. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 12:30 m. " " C. L. Davis is agent for the cele- brated custom-made clothing firm o£ Strauss Bros, of Chicago. Call and see samples of their goods. 29tf If you want the latest designs in box stationery drop in and examine our stock. T. M. Coulson & Co. 3 ltf Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Gass spent Sunday at Tulia, the guest of their daughter, Mrs. G. C. Hutchison. Our prescription department is under the management of a registered pharmacist of sixteen years of prac- tical experience. T. M. Coulson & Co. 3 ltf Miss Tyson of the College will begin a class in paintin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND On Tuesday a car loaded with wheat left this city and its advent was marked by having the car gaily decorated—advertising the fact that it was the first car of wheat raised in Deaf Smith county to be shipped to a flouring mill. That this section of the Panhan- dle needs enterprising farmers only to develop this into the wheat sec- tion of the State of Texas, if indeed, not the entire United States, was demonstrated this year by J. N. Askren, the well known stock far- mer and broom manufacturer resid- ing nine miles northeast from Here- ford. This gentleman sowed nearly one hundred acres to wheat this winter and as a result raised over sixteen bushels to the acre, an ex- cess of 700 bushels to his needs for feeding purposes. Now. Mr. Askren is one of those kind of men who, when they see a good thing, grasp the opportunity presented at once and thus do good for themselves, their country and their fellow man. So, after noting the success made in raising wheat in small quantit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

Ig¡«wwwwww WVVtfrtírt¥rtV Vrt¥ WW*V«W^W.WiVrtWVrtVWrtVrtWrtVí - •* THINGS THAT WE You are not required to be an expert to trade here, for we tell you sented all you have to do is to return them and we will cheerfull; stant and unfaltering effort to serve you better, a desire to give y are some of the features that make this store grow. It is not our nothing. Instead we tell you about our goods and quote you pric We want to keep up the reputation, and propose to do so by maki m FLANNELS A heavy red twill flannel, worth 30e, go at 22 l-2c. Half wool white flannels, worth 25c, go at 17 l-2c. A good wool white flannel, worth 35c, at 23c. A dark heavy all wool grey flannel, worth 45c, go at 33 l-3c. Opera flannels in all colors, light blue, white, pinks and reds, worth 65c, at 48c. FLANNELETTES Flannelettes for waistings in any colors you wa"nt at only 9 l-2c per yard. These goods are worth 12 l-2c and 15c. Just the thing you are looking for for a cheap waist. Lace curtains, 21-2 yards l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

NwwYwywwwwwwywywwwwwrtWrtwwwwwwMwywrtwwrtwwi YOU KNOW eáí e is to know about the goods, and if found not to be as repre- your money. Selling only reliable goods at close margin, a con- ater incentive than is offered elsewhere to do your trading here to give you a long-winded writeup of this store that would mean have made this store known as the store that saves you money, the following prices: •£ oe .j* LINERY jt I •01 '01 red neither effort nor ex= ; the most up-to-date and time the most inexpen- y on the plains, and all it you give us an oppor- w you our stock in order u that we have succeed be glad to show you le the stock is full, and ready to buy a hat now , but by all means give *e of showing you. I Fox & Comp'y | J STAPLES Ask your neighbor whethei or not those goods bought at our store on last Monday and Tuesday were worth the money. Bead these prices and be convinced. ACA feather ticking at 12 l-2c per yard. Outing flannel, worth 12 l-2c, for 10c. Outing flannel, worth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND ESJSTWS? w9QV99Qr&®9Q irtrwf^ anhandle News | Canyon City organized a board of trade last Saturday The highest market price for wheat in the Panhandle this season was paid at Quanah yesterday by W. E. Givens, wbo paid 781 cents. The cash drawer at the "Denver" depot at Quanah was rifled by thieves one night recently and about $25 taken therefrom. The safe was not molested. The Higgins News says that Will McCarthy of Ochiltree county raised four acres of barley this season and threshed out 300 bushels, which he sold for SI.25 per bushel. It is stated that the Rock Island will build an additional roundhouse of 16 stalls, and make additions to the repair shop, car shops, coal sheds, etc., at Dalhart, Texas. John Pankney, an old-time Pan- handle cowboy, was shot and killed at Shamrock Saturday night by a man named Fisher. Pankney was well known throughout this section. He was for years foreman of the Lit Johnson YOU ranch in Collins- worth county.—Banner-Stockman. Messrs. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND We Make Plans and Specifications We Will Give You Correct Estimates Manufacturing In Hereford Sash, Doors, Stairs, Casing, Moulding, Etc. Not only enables us to complete contracts with rapidity but we give you 25 to 50 per cent better material at a less price. If you contemplate building soon come in and let us show you the kind of material we put in all our mill work. All work guaranteed first-class PLUMBING We are prepared to do any kind of Plumbing or Repair Work on Short Notice. TIN SHOP We manufacture Galvanized Tanks, Drinking Tubs, Dipping Vats, Flues, Etc. PERFORATED PIPE Is a sure cure for sand wells if properly fixed. We guarantee clear water. R.epair Department We repair Furniture, Windmills, Brick or Wooden Structures, in fact most anything. We keep in stock Double Strength AA Glass, Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Brick and Cypress Lumber. We donate Plans and Specifications where we are awarded the contract. No contract too large for us to handle and none too sma...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND rchliáht PRESTO! CHANGE 1 The reading public will doubtless be surprised to learn of another newspaper change in the Hereford field at this time. But for good and sufficient reasons we have seen fit to accept a proposition from Messrs. Vanderburgh and Ray to purchase the combined plants, which deal was consumated this week and we retire, thanking the public for numerous , favors from time to time, and be- speak as much for our successors, who assume all contracts, subscrip- tions or otherwise. C. L. Stocks, C. E. Edwards, Publishers Searchlight. V In connection with the above we wish only to state that The Brand, will, as ever, be devoted to the up- building of Hereford and our policy will be as formerly—to work un- ceasingly for the good of those who are now or will become residents of this section and its various institu- tions. While Mr. Ray is a stranger to most of the Brand's readers, we hope and feel sure that he will soon become acquainted with the people and be one...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND ar- biter ; you cor- way well [fully one the: ¡ to fg on that THE. |glect )vide íain- not Itters the who rorse por- Ihave I may are teive iaff, :om- the so rho, had op- in luth- our thus NOTICE In order to obviate disputes that too fre- quently arise over long deferred accounts, and the carelessness of those to whom we have ex- tended credit, in the payment of same, we have decided that we can give the general public better satisfac- tion by adopting THE CASH stytem, and will from this date close our books on all accounts except those that have made special arrangements with us. And will say to those that have stale ac- counts with us that we must have a settle- ment on the same or we will be forced to place their accounts in the hands of the of- ficers for collection. D. R. Gass & Sons. MARTIN'S PROJECT. The Promoter of the Independent Packing Company Explains Some of the Plans of Enter- prise He is Working Upon. The Kansas City Drovers Tele- gram contains the followi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND Charles B. Farwell Dead. Chicago, 111., Sept. 23.—Ex-Sen- ator Chas. B. Farwell died at his home in Lake Shore early today of heart trouble, after several month's illness. He was born at Painted Post, N. Y., July 1, 1823, the son of Henry and Nancy Farwell. He was educated in the district schools until 1838, when his parents removed to Ogle county, Illinois. There he was employed in farming and on government surveys until 1844, when he went to Chicago on a load of wheat with $10 in his pocket. He secured employment in the county clerk's office, and was later made teller in a bank. He was af- terwards elected county clerk of Cook county, and in that capacity served from 1854 until 1862. He then joined his brother, John V. Farwell, under the firm name of John V. Farwell & Co., and in 1891 was elected president of the corpo- ration. In 1887 this firm built the Texas State Capital at Austin, receiving 3,000,000 acres of land therefor, situated in the Panhandle. They for ye...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 October 1903

THE BRAND tie mg >ad J 6 LE ><mh> si oy general Stock News The following sales and shipments of cattle have been made at this point since our last report, nearly all of which were shipped to the Kansas feeding pastures or to the Kansas City market: J. H. Tipps, 3 cars of mixed cat- tle. W. B. Dameron sold to Murchison & Thompson, 75 steers, shipped to Kansas. R. H. Norton sold to Murchison & Thompson, 58 twos and threes, shipped to market. T. S. Watts, one car, shipped to Kansas. E. F. Connell to Murchison & Thompson, 38 yearlings, shipped to Kansas. Sanders & Harbison to Murchisop & Thompson, 113 threes. Sam Wise, 24 cows and heifers, shipped to Kansas City. J. D. Thompson, 37 yearlings, shipped to Kansas. Combs & Worley to Murchison & Thompson, 1 car mixed, shipped to Kansas. G. H. Guinn to J. H. Tipps, 71 •cows, shipped to Kansas. E. Carter to J. H. Tipps, 39 ■calves. J. H. English shipped 33 head to •market. R. L. Wilson shipped 80 head to...

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