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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

■ I CAN PLEASE YOU Our stock of GROCERIES is so complete and our goods so FRESH that we have no hesitancy in saying that we can please everyone. uí «áí Our policy is to seü THE BEST GROCERIES for the LEAST money If you will investi- gate, you will find this to be our re- cord. JQO. (I.JOtPQ Hereford. Tens BATTLE OP SAH J TAcilTO TH1 HÜKWORD WARD >5 Likes the Brand. Mt. Calm, Texas, April 21, 1907 To the Editor of the Brand : I have been thinking of subscribing for the Brand for some time, but have neglected It. I enclose fifty cents for which please send me the Brand. I have read several of the West Texas papers; the Amarillo paper, the Albany paper, and think the Brand is the newsiest paper of them all and really like the tone of it. It seems to be on the right side all the time. Yours truly, P. H. Bttrkhalter. For Sale. See Fred Millard if you want some nice bundle sorghum. 4-tf Anniversary of Texas Independence Observed by Banks and Postofflce. On account of the 21st of April ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

* **' **%% .'.iftw St.I **".« .'jA'v- * ;/}✓::..*• * t* J. D. THOHPSON -wwflWWwywwwwwww«wwí^M>^ H. B. JlcKINLEY ALEX O. THOMPSON -We Have the Land in Large or Small Tracts located in Deaf Smith and adjoining counties, have some special bargains near Hereford. .*• .*. •- .*• .*• , •*. Correspondence solicited J. D. THOMPSON & COMPANY Real Estate and Live Stock ■ u Sustains Fracture of Skull. As a result of a fracture of the skull, Jeff D. Johnson is lying un- conscious and in a critical condition at his home, 203 Hawkins street. About 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon Johnson staggered into the office of Dr. J. E. Baldwin on Elm and Haw- kins streets. He was unable to talk and soon fell into a stupor. An examination developed that the nasal bones had been fractured and that the skull over the left eye was likewise broken. Dr. J. M. Neel was called and assisted in the diag- nosis after examination. The injury appears to have been the result of a blow from some blunt instrument. The...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

Have just received a car of New Moline and Burr Oak Wagons, a new shipment of Garland Stoves and Ranges, and also the new up-to-date Insurance Gasoline Stoves—the latest improvement in gasoline stoves. A full line of John Deere Planters, Cultivators, Plows and Harrows. Come and see us for anything in the line of General Hardware, Barbed Wire, Harness and the well known Sampson, Wood, Star and Leader Windmills. X : : Automobile Excursion Postponed. The automobile excursion to Can- yon City and Amarillo, set for next Sunday, has been postponed on ac- count of several auto's not arriving as expected. The excursion will take place Sunday May 5th. Great preparations are being made to make this a pleasant and successful trip. For Quick Sale. My two fine lots just 200 feet east of college, each 50x200 feet east front. $400 for both lots, easy terms, or can sell 4 lots, same location and dementions for $800. Easy terms. B. M. Hester, Hereford, Texas. Superintendent Elected. The local public...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

TU The Brand J. BAT. Ulttr O. E. THOMAS, Cttr MM* OOcUl Organ fof DmI ■■Wh m4 Castra CmbMm Entered April 17, 1901, m tecond-clM* m il matter, post office at Hereford, Tex* , Act of CongreM of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly ik advance FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1907 SOMETHING WRONG. The Brand has never been ac- customed to complaining of condi- tions unless it felt deeply impressed that there was a good and sufficient cause for complaint. Nor are we going to complain now, for there is no one to complain at. We just merely wish to state that there is something materially wrong with the sanitation of Hereford. Our city council has done its part well in see- ing that local scavenger work has been properly executed, but local scavenger work will not keep a city of 4,000 people in a thoroughly san- itary condition. We believe now and have believed for some time that something else is needed in Here- ford, but have not been quite able to ascertain what it is. We believe t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

TKB HttflU HA '4 í • All eyes are Urmed to THE PAKHANDLE ef TEXAS. Read its development in tfce condeased statement ef Tie Western üatienel lank oí Hereford at the close of business, March aa, 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Overdraft* $289,745.16 U. S. Bond (par) 50,000 00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,912.27 Other Real Estate 3,362.32 Redemption Fund 2,500 00 and Exchange 162,760.20 514,279 95 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus and Profits (net) 31,910.27 Circulation 50,000.00 Deposits: Individual $379,795.12 1 *0? 68 Banks 2,574.56/ 514,279.95 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1ST. 1903 Deposits at the end of six months - $51,300.62 Deposits at the end oí one year - 55,959.21 Depesite at the end of eighteen months 90,016.08 Deposits January 1st, 1907 DEPOSITS NOW Deposits at the end of two years Deposits at the end of 2 1-2 years Deposits at the end of three years $327,692.15 $104,628.68 220.466.42 263,146.89 $382,369.68 H. J. Houck went to Amarillo Wednesday on business. J. ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

"IKBtST IS ALWAYS CHEAPEST V ' We feel no hesitancy in making the state- ment, "That we have the strongest line of Men's Clothing ever on the market.'' Then why not come where you can buy the very best at a reasonable figure. Read the follow- ing guarantee: TO CLOTHES WEARERS When you buy Hart, Shaftner & Marx clothes, the dealer who sells them is authorized to make the following guarantee in our name: Every garment made by H. S. & M., and bearing our lable, is guaranteed to be made of all wool and silk fabrics with no mixture of "mercerized" or any other cotton; the seams sewed with pure silk thread; the garments tail- ored in clean, sanitary shops; the cloth thorough- ly sponged and shrunk before cutting. Any H. S. & M. garment which proves de- fective or unsatisfactory may be returned and the money paid for it will be refunded. HART, SHAFTNER & MARX. WE HAVE THEM D.W.PINKST0N&S0N W. H. M. S. Members, do not fail to attend our next business meeting at the churc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

V-t TU HWRJTORD BRAVO ■— = I ARE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TO STAY and will appreciate any business given us, either as a seller or buyer. Our charges are only five per cent commission on sales made. If you have any large tracts of land for sale, list them with us, as we have several calls for them. Our motto is square dealings with all customers. .*. .*. PARK BOU.R AT COLLEGE AUDITORIUM Tuesday, April 30. In last week's issue of the Brand there appeared a notice of the four- act drama, "Because I Love You," to be presented on the College Audi- torium stage, giving cast of charac- ters and description of the play. The play is to be given for the benefit of testing the College Audi- torium and for .some time the Here- ford Dramatic Company has been working to make this the best show that has ever been presented before a Hereford audience. *''Because I Love You" has been used by profes- sionals with great success. In fact it is a copyrighted play and only re- cently has permission b...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

TBI HER1P0RD BRAVD ^wawr '«tti-tptK ¥< $15.00 $15.00 160 160 $15.00 160 $15.00 $15.00 Good well and windmill 160 $15.00 160 160 $14.00 $14.00 160 160 $15.00 80 acre field [1 house 640 120 acre $15.00 $15.00 THE WELL KNOWN -A- RANCH Of Castro County; with its shallow water and alfalfa valleys, is now being placed on the market in small tracts to suit pur- chasers. Price $13.00 and $15.00 per acre. Terms, one third cash, balance in four payments at 6 per cent interest, interest payable annually. It is located fifteen miles south of Hereford, eight miles north-east of Dim mitt, the county seat of Castro County, and seven miles east of the Panhandle Short Line Railroad, now in course of construction, and is in the shallow water belt. The deepest water on the en- tire tract is 160 feet, and the shallowest 60 feet. This is good average plains land and is in a good neighbor- hood. A little calculation will show you that you can- not afford not to own land at these prices. 160 acres at $...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

rflS HEREFORD BRAND ~ wWtfcWW'# I pjolessloaal i Business Bails JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. W. J. ROGERS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . . . Office at Coulson's Drug Store Residence Phone 77 Office Phone 105 C. G. Wiherspoon W. Caude Wlherspoon c. Q. Wittaerspoon & Son Dealer# in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'s Lands C. L. Davis c- B- Oxendlne HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY DEALERS IN City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. B. W. MILLER & SON Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. GEO. W. BARCÜS attorney-at-law Hereford, Texas Office in Western National Bank building L. GOUGH General Immigration NOTARY public Hereford. - - - Texas DR. C. W. McFARLING physician and surgeon Office at Park's Drug Store Hereford, Texas Residence 'Phone No. 138 E. F. Connell W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 April 1907

Just A Moment! We wish to say to the trade that we have purchased the Hereford Tin Shop from Johnson & Brazil and are now at the command of the public when we can furnish you with Anything in Galvanized Tanks Drinking Tubs, Vats and All Tin Goods Our Repair Department is well equipped. We will appreciate your orders. Brazil & Sewell Medical Association Organized.' Dr. D. R. Fly of Amarillo, Medi- cal Councellor for this district, came down the 17th of this month and or- ganized a medical association at this place. It will be known as the Tri-county Medical Association, con- sisting of Randall, Deaf Smith acd Castro Counties. The meeting was held in the office of Dr. C. W. Mc- Farling. Dr. A. L. Taylor was elected president, Dr. S. D. Howser, vice president and Dr. C. W. McFarling secretary and Treasures. Drs. A. L. Taylor and C. W. McFarling were elected delegates to the Stat® Medical Association to meet at Mineral Wells on the 7th, 8th and 9th of May. All the doctors of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

f Ci ) < u / Vol. 7 HCREFORDi TEXAS, MAY 3. 1907 No. 19 GURNEY REFRIGERATORS ford Brand Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS. MAY 3, 1907 No. 12 * iV GURNEY REFRIGERATORS Is the line we arc handling this season. They arc very fine and possess recognized quality. They require less ice than any other make. COME QUICK AND GET CHOICE. A new lot of the OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES. Furniture Dealer E. B. BLACK UNDERTAKER V Rain at Hereford. Hereford was visited by another refreshing rain Monday. It began raining early in the morning aDd continued slowly for several hours. The rain was accompanied by a considerable drop in the temperture. This rain with the snow and rain of last week has put this country in an excellent condition for the farmers. Crops of all kinds are assured, more especially the small grain crops. Wheat and oats are looking fine in t*js part of the country and a great yield is expected. New Mexico's New Governor. Mr. Hagerman's resignation as Governor of New Mexico has been requested by t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

A' I BIGGER and BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE IS our stock of Hardware, Implements, Windmills, Barb Wire and Vehicles. Those MONEY MAKING FRIENDS OF THE FARMERS, THE SUCCESS SULKY and SUCCESS GANG PLOWS, are our leaders. Put in your spring wheat with our SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS and your crop is started on the road to success. Our KATYDID Sod Plows, Gang Rod Breakers, Canton Double Lever Disc Harrows, Canton Two and Three Section Drag Har- rows, Canton and Moline Disc Plows, Baker Perfect Barb Wire, American and Ellwood Hog Fence, Bain & Mitchell Wagons, Enterprise Buggies, Surries and Hacks, and the GREAT ECLIPSE WINDMILLS are the FINISHED results of the highest quality of material and skilled workmanship that money can produce. Our stock of everything in the Hardware Dealers Lines are large and complete. Our desire is to give all a square deal and full value for their money in all things. :: :: :: :: :: :: TRULY YOUR FRIENDS Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Successors to STRINGFELLOW-HUME HARD...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

n «ftfcH*oN MUbd >T(| CAN PLEASE YOU Our stock of GROCERIES is so complete and our goods so FRESH that we have no hesitancy in saying that we can please everyone. ¿í Our policy is to of the | Decision of the Judges. sell THE GROCERIES foi Because I Lore Yen. On last Tuesday night the Here- ford Dramatic Company presented the four-act drama "Because I Love You" to a large and appreciative audience at the College Auditorium. The play is a love story that appeals to every one because of the manly lover-like conduct of the hero and the splendid type of the American Southern girl depicted in the charac- ter of the heroine. The different parts were well pre- sented, many of the actors showing unusual talent as play folks. The members of the company are to be congratulated on their rendition of the play. The audience went away well satisfied with the evening's per- formance. The specialties between the acts by LeRoy Thrasher were interesting and were greatly enjoyed by the entire audien...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

•ESíá. J. D. THOHPSON H. B. flcKINLEY ■We Have the Land in Large or Small Tracts located in Deaf Smith and adjoining counties, have some special bargains ALEX O. THOMPSOf* near Hereford. Correspondence solicited J. D. THOMPSON & COMPANY Real Estate and Live Stock m. I P t CASTRO COUNTY CORNER ITEMS The rain and snow came in the right time for wheat and oats. It was a little hard on the old cow, but it is only a matter of time until she will be supplanted by several things more profitable. We are glad to see so much im- provement going on in Hereford. The brick business houses that are going up would be a credit to a city of 10,000 people. Miss Wood left Saturday for her home in East Texas. Miss Pearl Feemster of Hereford will teach dur- ing the remainder of the school term. Mr. Storm and Miss Zola accom- MAPES & B0SÉ Contractors and Builders Estimates furnished on short notice. All kinds of Building. panied Miss Wood as far as Here- ford. Mr. Hendrix's sick folks are re- por...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

vas msFORu braid GARRISON BROS. Have just received a car of New Moline and Burr Oak Wagons, a new shipment of Garland Stoves and Ranges, and also the new up-to-date Insurance Gasoline Stoves—the latest improvement in gasoline stoves. A full line of John Deere Planters, Cultivators, Plows and Harrows. Game and see us for anything in the line of General Hardware, Barbed Wire, Harness and the well known Sampson, Wood, Star and Leader Windmills. Oratorical Contest Tonight. Tonight, Friday, May 3rd, at the College Chapel, six students of the oratory class will engage in^the first oratorical contest ever held in the Panhandle Christian College. The nances of the contestants are as fol- lows: Jessie Deshler, Earl Wilson, McXie May Mason, Mildred Water- man, Grace Mason and Ernest Car- per. The following interesting pro- gram has been prepared: Trio Hattie Shirley, Reo Miller and Jessie Deshler. The Madonna of the Tubs—Stuart. ,„.T Jessie Deshler Passing the Love of Woman—Brady Ernest Carpe...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

mü-'y/í TSX HEREFORD BRAMD Brand J. RAT. Mito M« Ww99imUiw O. ft. TKOMAf. Cfttr Mltor 25; letal Org *• HiWk CM(M CmbHM Entered April 17, 1*>1, u mcmmí-cUm ■ail matter, post offlce at Hereford, Tesas, Act of Congreee of March 3, 117 . Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly i* advance FRIDAY, MAY 3. **>7 THE TOWN OF PARKS. The indications now are that in year or so, Hereford will be looked upon and referred to as the "town of parks" "Sulphur Park," east of town, has already attracted wide spread attention on account of its beautiful groves, its excellent fishing facilities and its pure and invig orating sulphur water. This resort has already afforded much pleasure to both the young and the old of our town and will continue to serve well the purpose for which it was set apart through the years to come. But our pleasure resorts are not to stop with this one as "Boone Park" is now well under headway, while the present owners of the lake in central Hereford intend to plan a reso...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

✓ All eyee are turned to TSE PANHANDLE of TEXAS. Road its development in the condensed statement of Tie western national Bank of Hereford at the cloee of business, March aa, 1907 RESOURCES Loan* and Overdrafts $289,7*5.16 U. S. Bond, (par) 50,000.00 Banking Houae and Fixtures 5,912.27 Other Real Eatate 3,362.32 Redemption Fund 2,500 00 and Exchange 162,760.20 514,279.95 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplns and Profita (net) 31,910.27 Circulation 50,000.00 Deposita: Individual $379,795.12 1 Banks 2,574.56/ 382 369 65 514,279.95 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1ST. 1903 Deposits at the end of six months - $51,300.62 Deposits at the end of one year • 55,959.21 Deposite at the end of eighteen months 90,016.08 Deposits January 1st, 1907 DEPOSITS NOW Deposits st the end of two years Deposits at the end of 2 1-2 years Deposits at the end of three years $327,692.15 $382,369.68 $104,628.68 220,466.42 263,146.89 M. V. Robertson of North Draw vas in town Sunday. See W. T. Smith, th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

Our first Shipment of WALK- OVER SHOES is nów in. We are adding to our stock this special line for men, "The Walk-Over Shoes,'' with the Hamilton-Brown shoe line for men, women and children; and a special line the "QUEEN QUALITY'' for women, and a special line the Reliable Brand for children. With the four lines in stock we can suit most anyone that wants Geo. A. Stambaugh Hereford, Texas Preparing For Commencement. The Public School and Panhandle Christian College are now entering upon the last month of this school year. This is characterized by be- ing the most successful year in the existence of these institutions. The attendance of the former has in- creased to such an extent that a large new building has been built for the primary grades and three new teachers added. The College has increased in every department and the attendance has surpassed their most sanguine expectations. The department of stringed instrument muíste has been added and with their efficient teacher, Miss Br...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

mm IWF ABE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TO STÜYI and wtll appreciate any business given us, either as a seller or buyer. Our charges are only five per cent commission on sales made. If you have any large tracts of land for sale, list them with us, as we have several calls for them. Our motto is square dealings with all customers. .*. .'. PARK & BOURN New Siding For Santa Fe. Work was begun last Saturday on a new side track to be added to the switch yards of the Santa Fe road at this place. The new switch begins about two hundred yards east of the depot and extends to about one hun- dred yards east, lying between the main track and town. The work is being done by the Mapes Construc- tion Company, who have their camp east of town. This new track^will be a great benefit to the merchants of this place and to immigrants who are rapidly coming in here. So great has been our freight traffic for the past few months, that it has been necessary to use the cattle pen tracks for side tracks,...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 May 1907

$15.00 160 160 $14.00 $14.00 160 160 $15.00 80 acre field [1 house 640 120 acre $15.00 $15.00 Good well and windmill $15.00 Of Castro County; with its shallow water and alfalfa valleys, is now being placed on the market in small tracts to suit pur- chasers. Price $13.00 and $15.00 per acre. Terms, one third cash, balance in four payments at 6 per cent interest, interest payable annually. $15.00 160 $14.00 160 $13.00 field 320 $15.00 160 $14.00 160 $13.00 320 It is located fifteen miles south of Hereford, eight miles north-east of Dimmitt, the county seat of Castro County, and seven miles east of the Panhandle Short Line Railroad, now in course of construction, and is in the shallow water belt. The deepest water on the en- tire tract is 160 feet, and the shallowest 60 feet. This is good average plains land and is in a good neighbor- hood. A little calculation will show you that you can- not afford not to own land at these prices. 160 acres at $15.00 per acre is $2,400.00. One third c...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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