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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

TH1 BU G. W. Dale has our thanki for a couple of fine Mallard duel , pre- sented to us yesterday. George.—Cholly how do you pro- nounce "Giesecke"? Cholly.—I pronounce it the best shoe the market affords for the money. Esca Harrison guarantees them. They deserve it. 39tf W. C. Green returned Saturday from a trip through the country and reported wheat looking fine. He made especial mention of an 80-acre field, owned by Chas. Burkett 12 miles northeast of town, which bids fair to give an abundant yield. W. H. Cummings and family and his brother, J. W. Cummings, left this week for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will make their home. These gentlemen have made many friends during their stay here, all of whom wish them well in their new home. Frank Ward, a prominent ranch- man of IS miles east of town, came in Saturday and took the afternoon train for Amarillo, Charming and other points on the Denver. Mr. Ward has sold his ranch in this county and is looking for cheaper grazing lands. Rev....

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

m I In try ILE THE BRAND ! Fred Cliett left Monday for Ama- rillo. E. Carter came in from his ranch Monday. J. L. Gilliland left Monday for Mangum, Okla. You can get the kind and size of men's underwear at E. W. Harri- son's. 39tf J. E. Humphrey of Clarendon was in Hereford on business the first of this week. D. W. Hawkins and family were in the city Saturday trading with our merchants. We have one of the nicest and most complete lines of undertaker's goods in West Texas. C. E. Spath & Co. 29tf George Arney of Arney, Castro county, was in town Saturday on his way to Milburn, Mo., where he will live in the future. In box candies we carry the fol- lowing celebrated brands—Sewald's, Blanke & Bro.. Walters, and Loose- Wiles. Beach & Orr. 35tf Messrs. Dalton and Lay of Boom were in Hereford Monday on their way to New Mexico where they will play nimrod for a few days. We have a large line of the latest style shirt waists and would be pleased to show and price them to our lady ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

THE BRAND CASH! -,t 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 GOOPS will be on display on and after Mondayt 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- j 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 th rtl ■y YOU COU spondingly low prices your patronage by giv..., j Persons ordering good.; over 'phone each delivery. Please do not order you will avail yourself of the lo v/ill be e w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

TU BEAM) ADD-RAN COLLEGE DEDICATION I m 110 •: rrl llor- Hereford's Great Institution of Learning Will Be Formally Dedicated on Thanksgiving Day With Appropriate Ceremonies 4 The Add-Ran College authorities are making great preparations for the dedication of the magnificent College building on Thanksgiving Day and truly, this will be, indeed, a Day of Thanksgiving for the peo- ple of Hereford and Deaf Smith and Castro counties, for few people real- ize (outside of those who have mag- nanimously and unceasingly and earnestly battled with the opposing or at least lethargic elements to the end that not only Hereford but the entire plains country would have within her borders an educational institution which would rank second to none) what the struggle has been and what obstacles have been over- come in order that our growing youth would have the educational advantages necessary to make men and women in every sense of the word. Now we do not wish to create the impression that the Colleg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

THE BRAHD ford real estate. It would double many times her present population. It would mean a large increase in the sales of every business. It would cause many homeseekers to come here and till the soil and make a garden spot of what is now given up to cattle grazing, as they would then have a home market for all their produce. It would make our new proposed theatre a paying invest- ment and good plays and good com- panies could be induced to stop off here. And above all it would help swell this noble state's educational facilities and be an influence for the education of its coming men and women. Think it over ye Hereford- ites, then tali? it over, and then go down in your pockets and help the enterprise financially. Every man could well afford to give ten per cent of what he is now worth, as the building of such an institution would increase his financial worth many times ten per cent. This article was followed by suc- cessive short editorials for the pur- pose of keeping the co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

THE BRAND o£ to ;e's that rent rere the be of to of |ain- as to land the less Then (cial is: Irop-j 1 anc lane ;vet I anj psur-| the al- of of Mn8'; )le. of lease ;tent itain as ;ting! |mayj own ex- Inon- |l in- ltion the as art icia amount of funds are subscribed suf- ficient to found the College free from all encumbrances. Mr. Holloway also advised that a brick or stone building be built, as •those who would donate would give far more for that kind or a structure than they would a frame, and it would also give a stronger assurance of permanency. Others talked on the proposition and an expression of the assemblage was called for which resulted in a unanimous vote for the College to be established. A finance committee was then ap- pointed to solicit funds and see about obtaining the land required for the project, composed of Judge Gough, Sheriff Inmon, S. S. Evants, G. A. Stambaugh and W. H. Patton. Here it might be well to say that it is the purpose to have enough land to give the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

tu nun squabbled over petty differences. A committee composed of Judge Ferguson, Judge Witherspoon, Judge Gough and A. J. Lipscomb were ap- pointed to draft a constitution and by-laws and report at a meeting to be held next Monday evening, July 29th. From the interest that everyone is taking there is no good reason why Hereford should not have as good an institution of learning as any in the country—whose diplomas mean to those receiving them that they are men and women in every sense of the word—intellectually, physically and morally. 1S- The following appeared in the sue of December 6, 1901 : A small but enthusiastic audience gathered at the church house last Tuesday evening for the purpose of making a start toward the raising of fuuds to build the proposed college. Judge Gough, president of the board of trustees, called the meeting to order, and stated that the meeting had a two-fold object: First—Sometime ago a delega- tion, composed of Judge Gough, G. R. Jowell, F. M. Avis and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

the public schools. Such an institu- tion would do more to keep up the quality standard of the people al- ready here than anything else. He said tHat it was his highest ambition to be identified with the building up of a country such as this is destined to be—to be an instrument in mould- ing the character of its people. That the first settlers of a new country in nearly every case de- cided the character of the future generations, and that with the ex- cellent class of people already here, a College such as is pr; posed would tend to keep up that high standard as would no other enterprise. In- stead of at iracti¡:;-;: ah indi; -nt, squatter class of people her * a Col- lege would bring an iatalliiaea . cul- tured and well-to I- pe pie. Mr. Cbrk said f. • ■ ; a' • ' v wilii F. T. 1: :r- seryman, that the plain r v a -V '1' Te:. - a i- ' a M : li : : ' or unit-.". : C th ' St i bra Í: . ,fli Clark proposes to establish in con- nection with the College, will make Hereford the educatio...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

THE BRAND donations, loans on lands owned by the College. How successful have they been, especially in the former instance, is evidenced by the large number of bright faced pupils who now fill the dormitories and class rooms of the College. F. Herrón and L. Gough, as finan* cial agents for the Board, have done excellent work as is evidenced by the following donations and loans: DONATIONS Frank Avis $300 T. M. Palmer 300 Jno. E. Ferguson 300 L. Gough 300 R. H. Norton 300 C. G. Witherspoon 2S0 F. B. Fuller 100 L. R. Bradly 100 F. L. Vanderburgh 100 ' SO 25 100 SO 50 50 50 10 250 300 300 125 32 50 25 25 50 10 200 .... 50 25 25 25 10 30 30 100 .... 25 ... 50 100 25 R. J. Kibbe Jno. A. Tomamichel A. J. Lipscomb J. M. Garner Dr. R. H. Gough Roscoe R. Harris F. H. Britain J. R. Gaut Western National Bank Hereford Lumber Co Dyer & Sons Burton-Lingo Co G. A. Sachse E. J. White Loveless & Biack E. W. Harrison Robt. Humphrey B. W. Miller. L. W. Ricketts E. Carter G". R. Hay Browning, M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

'I TU BflÚH) OUR STOCK IS ENTIRELY TOO LARGE WE WISH TO REDUCE IT BY JANUARY 1ST BEGINNING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER WE WILL SELL, AT ACTUAL COST Our entire line of ladies' and and misses' Hats and children's Caps. Will also give a big reduction on men's and boy's and children's Suits, men's and boy's Overcoats and boy's Duck Coats, ladies' Jackets, ladies', misses and children's Underwear, men's and boy's Underwear, men's and boy's Overshirts, in fact on many articles in the dry goods line. Will also give very low prices on Groceries until January 1st, Í904. >£ «se «,* HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. The Laird-Hill Wedding. D. C. Laird and Miss Q. B. Hill were married at the residence of the brother of the bride, Harvey Cash, at Dimmitt on Wednesday evening, November 18, at 8 :30 p. m. Mr. Laird is one of the most progressive young business men of this section of the state, manager of the finely improved OYO ranch, which stretches five miles north from Dimmitt, and the junior member of the firm ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

. j TU MUM® GALBREATH ! V ..SHOE SPECIALS... For next week we are going to give something startling in shoes. In men's shoes we carry a full line of the cele- brated Hanan & Son's fine shoes in all the popular lasts and styles and for one week we will sell *£ *> / Hanan Shoes.... All $6 and $6.50 Vici and Patent Kid shoes for $5.50 All $5 and $6 vici and calf shoes for $4.50 All of our par excellent shoes, always sold for $5, go next week for $4.00 All $4 shoes for $3.50 All $3.50 shoes for $3.00 All $3 shoes for $2.50 All $2.50 shoes for $2.00 All $2.00 shoes for $1.65 All $1.50 shoes for $1.25 Little Gent's Shoes In this line we will place on sale 50 pairs of Banner Shoes, sizes 2 to 5.V, always sold for $1.50 and $1.75, next week at $1.25 All our $2.50 boys' shoes at $2 Ladies' Shoes -J?? ■91 >«S W? One lot of patent kid shoes in welts with extension soles, Blucher styles, always sold for $4, next week $3.50 One lot of Vici Kid Shoes, Blucher styles, always sold for $3....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

SUPPLEMENT TO THE BRAND Hereford's Postofflce. A representative of The Brand was present at the opening of the mail from the north last Saturday, and was astonished at the volume of business done by the Hereford postoffice. One, who has had no experience along this line, might think the postmaster has a snap, but he who serves Hereford in this capacity simply has his hands full. According to actual count there are on an average 508 letters and 1028 papers received daily, besides about 78 letters and 260 papers that pass through th? office bound for rural offices. W. J. Walters and his sister, Miss LeNora, are doing their best to give the public first class service and the promptness with which the mail is distributed each day indicates that they are succeding. It is not to be wondered that a letter will be misplaced occasionally when the volume of business done by the of- fice is taken into consideration. The following figures show the office in a prosperous condition and growing ra...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

TSX BRAMO TREASURER'S REPORT. i Statement of the Condition of the County's Finances. State of Texas, i County of Deaf Smith. Before me, W. B. Beach, Clerk County Court, in and for said county and state, on this day personally ap- peared, W. B. Boyd, County Judge; J. R. Armstrong, Commissioner Pre- cinct No. 3; and Geo. L. Muse, Commissioner Precinct No. 4 ; who, being by me duly sworn, did depose and say: That the requirements of Article 867, as amended by Acts of 1897, page 27, have been in all things fully complied with by them at the November term of said Commission- ers Court, and that the cash and other assets mentioned in the said County Treasurer's quarterly re- port made by said Treasurer to said court and held by him for the county have been fully inspected and counted by them : balances november 1, 1903. DR. CR. Jury fund, first class Road and bridge fund, second class General fund, third class. Court house and jail fund, fourth class School fund, fifth class Total cn hand...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 November 1903

THE BRAKD INTERNADO 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. FERGUSONFEED STORE For special information applv or write to CONNER JO WELL, Hereford, Texas, Director of INTERNATIONAL STOCK SALT COMPANY Fresh celery at City Bakery on Friday of each week. 37tf D. C. Laird was in from the OYO ranch Saturday and bought a bill of nice furniture. • Children get your tablets, pen- cils, school books and all school supplies at J. P. Harding's Drug Store. A. D. Hodge, traveling salesman for Scarff & O'Connor of Dallas, was in Hereford Monday transacting business for his firm. Have you seen the new samples of clothing at C. L. Davis' office in the Witherspoon & Gough building? If not you should look them over before buying elsewhere. 29tf C. L. Davis guarantees every suit of clothes or overcoat he sells. 29tf Fresh line of fine candies just re- ceived at J. P. Hardin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

'tv \ d at JSff oom last 38t£ ting ues- Eord get 2ltf eat- riU up tter one |3Stf A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan* Handle of Texas Vol. 3 Entered April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 HEREFORD, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 27. 1903 Rata tiei Per Year 6 Months 3 " $1.00 .50 .25 IN CLUBS or «X To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vertlainá Ratea Display, 50 cents K;r inch monthly, o Discounts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, 5 cents per line, each in- sertion. TIF MS, CASH IN ADVANCE Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable tothe The Brand Hereford, Texas No. 41 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 per cent less coal than you used last winter 0 FARM IMPLEMENTS Now that it has been thoroughly demonst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

WESMILttK Tour Winter OIDEBWEHM 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 JVoolen 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 Wright's Health llHif- wear and Heavy [Weight Gallon Fleeced ia Stock 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 llaleilisKt Man •w J Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. Troy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf Cleo Community, Castro County. News is rather scarce do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

MX BftAMD íe 26 store STOCK ENTIRELY LARGE REDUCE JANUARY BEGINNING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER WE WILL 5ELL AT ACTUAL COST les of }ases lated at- fght. USE and Itore the Iroat ford tach ised sens line. Itiñc ises [red in Our entire line of ladies' and and misses' Hats and children's Caps. Will also give a big reduction on men's and boy's and children's Suits, men's and boy's Overcoats and boy's Duck Coats, ladies' Jackets, ladies', misses and children's Underwear, men's and boy's Underwear, men's and boy's Overshirts, in fact on many articles in the dry goods line. Will also give very low prices on Groceries until January 1st, Í904. vje ■.-* ■.* HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. Selling for a profit—no discounts. E. W. Harrison. 41 W. G. Rober town over Sun- Texico was in bulk 35tf For the finest of box and candies go to Beach & Orr. M. H. Hardison was in from his farm 3 miles east of town Monday. Fresh line of fine candies just re- ceived at J. P. Harding's drug store. 38tf C. C. Porter, deputy sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

TU BRAITO - *♦ To Ezcbufi Properties. One of Clarendon's most recent and valuable acquisitions in citizen- ship is Mr. T. J. Davis, father of Mrs. A. F. Harrington, who with his family arrived last week from Hereford for permanent residence among us. Mr. Davis has bought the W. C. Dulwell place just south of town. The place consists of 106 acres and is very desirable. Its new owner will at once go into the busi- ness of breeding and raising regis- tered and blooded hogs, which should prove a money-making prop- osition. By the terms of the trade Mr. Cuiwell becomes owner of resi- dence property in Hereford, and will probably remove there at an early date. He is a good citizen, and him- self and wife will be missed from our business and social circles, but we commend them to Hereford people as being worthy their highest re- gard and friendship.—Banner Stock- man. While we exceedingly regret to have Mr. Davis and his estimable family leave our midst and wish for them all the success at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

ym THE BRAlfD W. A. Tate of Dimmitt was up on business Tuesday. Two good houses to rent. See Hereford Land & Abstract Co. 41 Mrs. B. C. Roberson of Summer- field was visiting in Hereford Tues- day. Mrs. Alma Carter of Roswell is spending this week at the Hereford House. Dr. Addison Clark came down from Amarillo Wednesday to attend the College dedication. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ball returned Wednesday from a two week's visit with relatives in Cleburne. W. E. Hicks, a prominent ranch- man of the northeast part of the county, came in Saturday after sup- plies. Pianos, organs, sheet-music. Everything in the music line. Thos. Goggan & Bro., Galveston, Dallas, San Antonio. 10-tf Prof. J. S. Edwards of Amarillo came down Wednesday to be present at the dedicatory services of Add- Ran College Thursday. You are invited to call and exam- ine our line of shoes. No cards, no music, no "at cost" sucker baits. Just good values. E. W. Harri- son. 41 J. H. Holland, a prominent cat- tleman of Cas...

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