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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 October 1903

THE BRAND (Exchange Comments J& Relinguishments in the neighbor- hood of Craft, about 12 miles east in Day county, are selling at $2,000 and $2,500 each. These claims have been filed on or taken within the past two years. Good crops and especially wheat crops have added to the price of the land very materially. A farm can be bought and paid for in two years by raising wheat on it.—Higgins News What is true in Day county, is proving true all over the Panhandle. When the resources of the country are better known, the advance in land values here will only be a repetition of that in all the old set- tled states in the East and North. There was a time when the broad praries of Illinois and Indiana were thought worthless ; but to day they are the richest in the world. So it was with the prairies of central Texas. There are those living in the Panhandle who are selling their lands and going east because they have not sufficient confidence in the country. They forget that failures occur...

Publication Title: Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 October 1903

A A '* '* "a "a "a "a 'a lal )n íe lt_ ir- jal |e- Jat íe IS' Hart Items, Castro County. Our Sunday school is progressing nicely. Mrs. Hopper was trading in Hart Monday. Mid Miller and Rex Stegall went to Hereford on business Tuesday. Thomas Haynie has lumber on the ground to build a residence on his place. Mr. and Mrs. McClure and daughter, Nellie, went to Hereford trading Tuesday. J. C. McClain of Hope, I. T., has bought a half section of land and will move to it soon. The cattlemen of our community are having a large dipping vat made at Jack Killough's ranch. Mrs. Lon Johnson and children of Henrietta are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Holder. We are having some very pleasant weather at present. Farmers are busy putting up their large crops. Arthur Ray's face is so long it would cost him 25 cents to get a shave since "somebody" has gone to Oklahoma. Dr. J. F. Robinson of Duncan, I. T., has purchased a section of land in our community and will improve it in the nea...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 October 1903

THE BRAND FROM TEXICO. f ■ i Interesting Items From the New Town on the Mexico Border. Well Mr. Editor, after so long, I come to see you again with a few items from these parts. Our young friend, Haskel Mor- gan, will soon leave for Roswell to attend the military institute at that place. A car load of forest and fruit trees will be delivered here about November 1st; bought of northern nurserymen. It looks to us folks up here like Senator Gorman had commenced to use some black paint along the trail Teddy has been making. The merchants are complaining some of dull times, but are not kick- ing very hard as business generally, until lately, has been good. Jack Harwell has had his school section and homestead put under a substantial fence and will put down a well and erect a dwelling soon. H. R. Meyers, who lives 4 miles southwest of town, had a little girl three-years-old to break her thigh by a fall from a swing some days since. The health of this community is distressing to doctors, o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 October 1903

THE BRAID t 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. " " STAGE TO ARNEY Lv. Hereford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1:30 p. m. Lv. Arney same days at 6:30 a. m. Attend the special queensware sale now raging at Loveless & Black's. 2t A. P. Murchison returned Mon- day from a business trip to Kansas City. B 4 U buy call and C my stock of jewelry and B convinced it is the best. Smith, the tinker. 30-tf Prof. W. B. Parks of Add-Ran College, went up to Amarillo Satur- day, where he spent Sunday. Seed wheat, barley, winter turf oats and alfalfa seed can be found at C. C. Ferguson's grain store. 33tf Nor...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 October 1903

THE BRAND INTERNATIONAL STOCK SALT The Positive Preventive of Black Leg. Builder up of Run Down Stock. Regulator of Bowels and Cleaner of Cattle After Birth, Can be Found Always at C. C. FERGUSON'S FEED STORE For special information applv or write to CONNER JOWELL, Hereford, Texas, Director of INTERNATfONAL STOCK SALT COMPANY C. L. Davis guarantees every suit of clothes or overcoat he sells. 29tf W. J. Killough and wife were in Saturday from their Castro county ranch. Call and C my stock and B con- vinced B 4 U buy anything in the jewelry line. Lee Smith. 30-tf Mrs. C. J. Parks, mother of Prof. Parks of Add-Ran, returned to Lan- caster Saturday, after several weeks visit with her son. Some of our townsmen thought Snyder & Lacey were making a gal- vanized boat. But it turned out to be one of those don't leak dipping vats, the cowmen are using for dip- ping cattle. 35tf Try some of the home-made candy at City Bakery. 36tf Prof. Edwards of the College spent Sunday in Amarillo. If y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

-®. fí";:• :-Vv '--1 í ■ i - v c.;,f%-^y-ílmWmMMi lili'' ■.. -.„,. . K ..... p,'; 'wm$* 30tf rom ulk 35 tf the tur- by our ¡5tf the ior, Ji WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan* Handle of Texas Z22Z iub> Scriflion mfm Per Year $1.00 6 Months .SO 3 " .25 IN CLCBS or ÍMX To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vartiitng 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 Th« Hereford, H if tble tothe • Brand 1 eford, Texas 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, NOVEMBER 6, 1903 No. 38 Heating and Cooking Stoves We carry a complete line of stoves and can save you money on same. See our line before purchasing. Come around and let us tell you how you can get along this winter with twenty-five...

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

THE BRAND Tur Winter PEiWElM Is it sufficient to protect you from the bitter cold? Can you afford to be without the best? This is too important a subject to ignore. Procras- tination always has been your enemy. Delay no longer but see our superior Worsted Woolen light weight under- wear and the heavy weight wool. They are it. A sensi- ble, economical proposition, Perhaps you have had the 7- year itch and caught up on scratching, well we have Wiigti's Health Duller- wear aid Heavy weight Cotton Fieeceii in siock We can remedy your needs and desires. Another import- ant point in this issue is that the price is right. This ques- tion is worth your considera- tion and inspection. An in- vestigation will prepare you for judicious buying and also demonstrate the superior value of our goods. We earnestly request you to pay us a call 1 10 Ml >«• Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. Tioy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf SANTA FE CUT-OFF. Officially Stated That Same Will Be Built in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND TO CATTLEMEN: and itore the Iroat [ford *ach lased Jzens lline. itific tases lered Irs in pe 18 144 rezas fexas lk. ;h Cotton Seed Meal Cotton Seed Cake Cotton Seed Hulls Rice Products Write us for delivered prices. Quota- tions furnished regularly if requested. weeks brokerage co. HOUSTON, TEXAS B. T. Bell, sr., of Dimmitt, was in town Wednesday. J. F. Ward and wife were in Tues- day from their ranch. D. C. Laird of the OYO ranch was in Tuesday on business. Services were held at the new Cumberland church Sunday. 100 bushels of apples at last year's prices at J. A. Johnson's. 38tf Fresh line of fine candies just re- ceived at J. P. Harding's drug store. 38tf Frank Card well left Wednesday for Dallas to attend the meeting of the State Baptist Association. By a recent change in the time table of the Pecos Valley the north bound train arrives at 5 :20 instead of 4:12. Mrs. V. J. Joyner and daughter, Miss Rosa May Laird, of Kilgore are visiting their son and brother, D. C. Lai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND / 30MMD0Be9M0e9&eO9*G| Exchange Comments 3®«0 OG<2' In December Amarillo will have a J. U. G. bazar. This is, we sup- pose, for the purpore of allowing her citizens a chance to obtain a "jug" for Christmas use.—Qu'mah Observer. Surely that cannot be the reason, for you know it has been said, or at least mildly intimated, that Amarillo furnishes the "jug" to her citizens tch vc::.r and that Chrif-t- 365 days each yc r mas, ro far as the cerned, has gained over any other day the Observer meant idea that the citizens chance to obtain an If this be true, w?: c; derstand. "jug- no precede But peri- to convey would nav extra "it: J read i i •/ ceñ- íaos Jim Browder spent several daya here this week from Memphis. He- remarked when it began to sprinkle rain this morning that he would have to hurry back to Memphis, as it wouldn't do to get rained on.— Clarendon Chronicle. That puts us in mind that Mem- phis country can raise and market more crops every year than Claren- don ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND CASH! „* CASHI ■* 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 diese 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. 222EES5^E255S55S£5552522mZZ5S5555EEES5S55E2S3S555SS553SS5E352S5SS 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...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND THe Brand Merged with the Searchlight, Oct. 2, 1903 A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of Hereford and the Plains Country of Texas Official Organ of Deaf Smith County Official Organ of Castro County F. L. VANDERBURGH J. RAY Editors and Publishers WATER TEST SATISFACTORY. As reported in a recent issue of The Brand the people of Portales, N. M., made a test of their water supply, though the result was not known until this week. G. R. Jowell, who was present at the first test, which proved unsatis- factory, reasons for which are given below, recently received a letter from Charles E. Carter, probate judge of Roosevelt county, of which Portales is the county seat, and who is well known to many citizens of the plains, which we publish below: Portales, N. M., Nov. 2, 1903. Mr. Geo. R. Jowell, Hereford, Texas. Dear Sir and Friend:— Yours received and noted. Yes, we took up the pump and put it in the dug well and you ought to have seen it fill the 5$ inch tin (exhaust) pipe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND HIGHEST GRADE OF FLOUR. in |"he >le ite fre Ihe |ey id )W |C' }s, ill Wheat Sent From Hereford to Mill Highly Satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Garvin were in on business Tuesday from their ranch west from Hereford. During their stay the former paid this office a visit and stated that he had re- ceived a letter from his son, M. L. Garvin, an employe of the Century Milling Company of Dallas, to which company Hereford's first car of wheat was shipped (mention of which was made in a previous issue of The Brand) . Mr. Garvin stated in his letter that the Deaf Smith county wheat had been ground into flour and that it was the best high- grade flour ever turned out of the mill and that the manager was so well pleased with our wheat as to say that he would buy every bushel raised here and pay a good price for it. This tribute to Deaf Smith county wheat on the part of the Century Milling Company speaks volumes for the quality of our wheat and should be the means of inducing every...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

'itC mm — — GALBREATH, FOX SPECIAL All colored oil cloths, former price 20c yd. special 12 J-2c With a large stock on hand ar only two more months in whi decided it is time to get a mov it will pay you to investigate the FOR ONE WEEK COMMENC mg a selv Overcoats 12 tailored overcoats, made ot best En- glish serge and Meltons, former price $20.00, cut price $16.50 12 heavy Meltons, high collars, with new box backs, former price $18.00, cut price $14.00 12 English Meltons in either short dress coats or long street coats, former price $15.00, cut price $11.50 12 heavy tweed coats in blue and black, just the coat you are looking for, for- mer price $12.00, cut price $9.00 About 15 overcoats in odds and ends, for- mer price $10.00, cut price $6.00 A big line of boys' overcoats to sell at $4, $5 and $6 I ••• Dress Goods... In this line we lcnow beyond a doubt that we have just what you want. Therefore we have decided to cut the price on every article of Dress Goods in the house, so that ev...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

i NY'S CUT PRICE SALE ar rhi lOVi thí ing the fact that we have winter goods, we have selves, therefore we believe ,ng prices: SPECIAL \ 2 yards Lonsdale $ \ .00 12 yds Knight's Cambric 1.00 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 ERY te ( I y, |e wj this qu lidsom* this lin wh Iswell the [1 pric Igular hand styl< |k at Ik at Ik at.. 1.00 w .00 * .50 w 1.00 w |e ha\ reai Icham 13 off If litt [hich Kt is included in this cut oe with us and every w dress hat, and we e greatest number of please, and let us show umes, black or colors, original $13.50 and $12.50 de and lavender, and lavender eason and which match beauti- original price $5, now $3.75 , this week at $2.75 and $2.50 5 and $1.50, going in this sale $1.00 down to $1.00 i $10 will go at $7.50 $6.00 $4.50 $3.00 $2.50 $1.75 $1.25 85c rgains for the girls. íere are still a few very hand- rd, brown and black, will go in a hats, just the thing for girls' for 75c each or two for $1.25. • ••• Blankets • ••• The weather is getting cold and you must pre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND Fresh celery at City Bakery on Friday of each week. 37tf R. V. Cates was in from the Clif- ford Slayton ranch Saturday on bus- iness. I can accommodate a few boaders after Nov. 1st. Mrs. S. E. Buster. 36tf W. A. Dougherty was in the city Saturday from his Castro county ranch. Of course you know that E. W. Harrison has silk lined gloves. Ain't they nice? *37tf M. V. Robertson of the North Draw was in town Friday and Satur- day on business. Mens hats, all styles, all prices from 5 cent crushers to $10.00 Stetson. E. W. Harrison. 37tf H. H. ^Stanley, one of Castro county's prosperous stockmen, was a business caller in town Saturday. ler ir "it" Children f£et your tablets, pen- cils, school books and all school supplies at J. P. Harding's Drug Store. Say, boys! you need a new suit of clothes for fall and winter wear and C. L. Davis needs your order for the same. Call and see his new line of samples. They are up to now. 27tf R. A. Hall and family arrived last week from Robberso...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

the brand I I 1 !(WIWHWitiWW>W WWI>l Panhandle News It is reported that two artesian wells have been brought in on the Kelley ranch in Wheeler county. At a meeting of the village council last week, the question to incorpo- rate Dalhart as a city was brought up and passed unanimously. Verncn will exemplify to the out- side world what her ability is along the line of showing her best quali- ties. Her street carnival will begin Nov. 16th. The Panhandle Christian conven- tion will be held at Clarendon Nov. 20 and 22. State Evangelist Mason of Houston and other prominent divines will be there. It is rumored that the Rock Island general offices at Amarillo and Dal- hart will be merged with the Fort Worth office and all the company's business transacted from that office. Kornegay and Stalcup, proprietors of the Dalhart Sun, have retired from the newspaper work at Dalhart, having sold their job department and subscription list to the Dalhart Texan, and the news plant to R. B. Edgell, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND Geo. L. Muse was in from his ranch Tuesday. D. W. Hawkins, who has a ranch northwest from town, was a business caller in the county seat Saturday. ' The J. P. Luther glove is guar- anteed. To wear one pair is to be- come a reguler customer. E. W. Harrison. 37tf C. Greer was in from his ranch Monday on business and while here renewed his subscription to The Brand. Fruit cake supplies—California seeded raisins and currants, citron and lemon peel, etc., just received at J. W. Martin's. J8tf Jno. E. Day, who lives 18 miles northeast of town on the South Draw, came in Tuesday and loaded his wagon with coal and supplies. Elder H. M. Bandy returned Tuesday from Roswell and other Mexico points, where he had been in the interest of Add-Ran College. We have a large line of the latest style shirt waists and would be pleased to show and price them to our lady friends. D. R. Gass & Sons. 38tf Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ball came in Tuesday and took the afternoon train for Cleburne, Texas, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND lie 6 wit a apt cut hile a ai 'Ui iord h. du: nch v WITHERSPOON—LOWE. Pretty Church Wedding Solemnized Wednesday Evening. Last Wednesday evening at 7 :30 o'clock the Christian church was Crowded to overflowing by friends to witness the marriage ceremony oí Hugh Lee Witherspoon and Miss Besíye Lee Lowe, youngest daugh- ter or Mrs. S. A. L >we. The church Aas beautifully *deco and potted flowers a a over the altar hu: ■/; a tist:c:Jly d chiysanth" At pforr cot', He.: with organ ; Iva Tyscn, Wedding M; bridal party, preceded by ti * u.r.., Messrs. W. T." Rlppy, J. T Webb, W.,E. Reid and J. L. Clark, slowly marched to the altar. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wallace of Amarillo and Frank LeGrand and Miss Tressye Coston attended the bride and groom, while the Misses Bessie Wallace and Lu- cille Putnam acted as flower girls. Elder H. M. Bandy performed the ceremony in a most impressive man- ner, during which Mrs. M. Putnam softly sang "Be Thine." After the ceremony Mrs. Lowe served supp...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND FROM TEXICO. Interesting Items From the New Town on the Mexico Border. Big white frosts are of common occurence these mornings. Thousands of fruit and forest trees are being planted here this fall. Jack Harwell has purchased another desirable business lot on Garwood street. W. P. Cayce, our blacksmith, has moved his family to town to be handy to school this winter. Jack Harwell made a business trip to Hereford Friday. He says while he likes Hereford, Texico suits him better. An emigrant car from Wise county, Texas, came in yesterday for Mr. Allen, who is settling five miles west of town. Dr. T. C. Tinthicum returned to Arkansaw last week to dispose of property and arrange to move his family to his ranch near town. Our county seat tried her water supply for irrigation purposes with a 14 horse power gasoline engine last week with satisfactory results. The school laws of New Mexico are very liberal in so far as to pro- vide fifty dollars worth of books for each and every scho...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 November 1903

THE BRAND a t I <? f i 4 4 < * the on Lsion trth- re- r'an- |ianj* ;sts, [ass, pmb, [rs. 1903. 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. " " STAGE TO ARNEY Lv. Heijford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1:30 p. m. Lv. Arney same days at 6:30 a. m. SANTA FE CUT-OFF. [Continued from page 2.] and the road will be built."—Wel- lington (Kansas) Monitor Press. All the readers of The Brand and the public at large along the Pecos Valley road will be glad to see the above fact officially stated. It means much for this country and especially the towns along the line. The Pecos Valley will be made the main l...

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