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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

TU BRAXD ilGALBREATH, FOX & CO.'S1 CLEARANCE SALE, COMMENCING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 After the first of January we expect to enlarge our building one-half as our room is entirely too restricted to handle the stock our trade demands. We have some stock that is too bulky to pack successfully in the general tear up of enlarging the house and these things we have decided to sell at actual cost in order to do the business of two months in one, thereby saving the trouble and possible loss in packing up this stock. This is not "hot air," but a plain statement of plain facts for plain business reasons. Goods are all marked in plain figures and we will take our cost mark for our selling price on all Men's and Boys' Suits, Men's and Boys' Overcoats, Men's and Boys' Pants, and Ladies' Coats and Skirts. SSr T> Men's and Boys' Pants go at actual cost—nothing in this line reserved. ...Men's Suits... Suits, marked to sell at $5, cost $3.65 Suits, marked to sell at $7, cost $4.40 Suits, marke...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

B. Y. P. Ü. Convention. On November 20th, 1903, a rep- resentative B. Y. P. U. rally was held with the Hereford Baptist church, at which time a permanent B. Y. P. U. convention was organ- ized for the plains by electing O. F. Smith of Hereford, president; W. A. Smith of Amarillo, W. R. Gibson of Claude and J. M. Brazzleton of Plainview, vice-presidents; May Lair of Canyon, recording secretary; Norma Skinner of Clarendon, corre- sponding secretary aild Miss Corry Hough of Hereford, treasurer. The meetings of the conventions are to be held semi-annually, the first meet- ing to be held at Canyon on Thurs- day before the 5th Sunday in Janu- ary. The second meeting is to be held in connection with the associa- tion meeting which meets in July at Hereford. There were 17 visitors in attendance. The recording secretary will pre- pare the minutes held and the con- stitution for press, which will be sent to all the churches and B. Y. P. U.'s as early as possible. May Lair, Secretary. ft' For ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

s THE BRAID The Brand Merged witK the Searchlight, Oct. 2, 1903 A Weekly Journal Devoted to tHe Interests of Hereford and the Plains Country of Texas Official Organ of D«af Smith County Official Organ of Castro County P. L. VANDERBURGH - - J. RAY Editors and Publishers Rules as to Passes. The Railroad Commission on Fri- day last rende repl its decision on the proposition to cancel that provision of its rules governing shipments of live stock which require that ship- pers be given return transportation by railroads. , Its decision is as fol- lows : "Men in charge of shipments of live stock, in car loads, when be- longing to one consigner, shall be passed as follows: "1. Pass one man in charge of one or two cars of live stock, in- cluding horses and mules ; no return pass. "2. Pass one man each way in charge of two to five cars of live stock, all kinds. "3. Pass two men each way in charge of six to twelve cars of live stock, all kinds. "4. Pass three men each way in charge of thirteen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

We have {or prompt and future shipment to any point and in any quantity PRIME SCREENED CRACKED COTTON SEED CAKE, MEAL AND HULLS Write or wire us for delivered prices Ft. Worth Grain & Commission Co. FORT WORTH, TEXAS Burton - Lingo Co.'s ■SPECIAL j 40,000 Cypress Fence Stays at $15,00 per 1000. We also keep constantly on hand a well assorted stock of BUILDING MATERIALS of all descriptions. $ I. JENNINGS, | Local Manager & Burton - Lingo Co. The place where your business is appreciated and where fair treatment is accorded to all. "No trouble to Figure Bills. * % I HAVE ADDED A LINE OF HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, GIRTHS, QUIRTS AND KINDRED ARTICLES AND AM STILL MAKING HIGH GRADE BOOTS AND SHOES for the elite ranch and professional men of the country, and will appreciate your patronage. J. A. CANTERBURY - HEREFORD A. G. Bell went to Texico Sunday. Nice room for rent, spoon & Gough. H. W. Renfro See Wither- 17tf in from his was ranch on business Saturday. The finest line of c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

SUPPLEMENT TO THE BRAND m }iim ¡r ¡^pí ip jpi'i mil %¡i$; | IP I mi' 1 I I I I life,;' i < ¡i For strictly first-class alfalfa hay go to C. C. Ferguson. 36tf Mrs. Arthur Parnell and children left Monday for a visit with the for- mer's parents at Thurber. We still handle windmills and will make better prices and give better mills than anyone. D. R. Gass & Sons. 38tf The Brand failed to mention in last week's issue that Rev. T. F. Robertson would have charge of the Hereford mission this year. Try the Ideal Dairy. They sell their milk in sealed glass bottles, therefore it doesn't get any of this dirt and dust in it. 'Phone 38. 40-3t Miss Griffith, first assistant teacher in the public school, is attending the Panhandle Teachers Association at Clarendon this week where she will read a paper. Call and see my stock of solid gold jewelry and watches before purchasing. Have just received a new lot of each. W. W. Meeks, Jeweler and Optican. 23tf W. M. Curfman was in from his ranch 9 m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

tu aturo I "Difficulties in Soul Winning.11 [Paper composed by Mrs. A. H. Thomp- son—read by Mrs. W. R. Brandon before the B. Y. P. U. rally. Published by re- quest.] "For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in Him might not perish but have everlasting life." A lack of this great love in the heart of man is our first and greatest difficulty and one which makes soul winning a failure. Without this love for souls, our efforts will be mechanical and powerless. We may have the courage to ap- proach men and knew what to say to them, but unless we are prompted by an intense love for their souls there will be no force in what we say and we will not be able to reach the heart. But if we, like Paul, have great heaviness of heart because of the sins of men, there will be an earnestness in our town and manner that will impress even the most care- less. If we have a deep and personal love for souls many opportunities will arise in which we may spe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 November 1903

TVE BRAlfS ft* - 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 INTERNATIONAL STOCK SALT COMPANY A W( Pa De to t In oft Pa Ha of Try some of the home-made candy at Gity Bakery. 36tf A. P. Murchison went to Kansas City Saturday on business. 100 bushels of apples at last year's prices at J. A: Johnson's. 38tf W. A. Smith of Amarillo was among those in attendance at the B. Y. P. U. convention. . One patent section in Castro county to trade for cattle. Write or see Fred Collmer, Hereford, Texas. 41-2tp Editor and Mrs. Walter Brandon of Canyon were in town Friday and Saturday, in attendance at the B. Y. P. U. convention. C. L. Davis is agent for the cele- brated custom-made clothing firm of Strauss Bros, of Chicago. Call and see samples of their goods. 29tf Fruits and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 December 1903

SKIP M DW -3t a Y lie :e. Btf ras a >rd or- :3p in mis- at- ill up er ne |8tf sjILEUIS **J >.^1 v ,-^v-iW.v' 22222 Weekly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas Entered April 17, }902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 IIOB Per Year $1.00 6 Month* .SO 3 " .... .2$ IN CLUBS or SIS To six different addresses, $5.00 A4- vsstising Rstss Display, SO cents per inch monthly. No Discounts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, S cents per line, each in- sertion. TERMS, CASK IN ADVANCZ Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable tothe The Brand Hereford, Texas Vol. HEREFORD, 4. 1903 No. 42 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 FARM IMPLEMENTS Jow thát it has been ...

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

THE BRAND SHIRTS More than we need. More than we could ever wear, but none too many for our trade. A variety of styles. The short stiff bosom well rep- resented. They're "it" for winter. Shirts that fit. Shirts that don't fade mat's He "GOLD" ant "SILVER" Brand i To make trade more interest- ing we have a large assort- ment of overshirts. The prices are assorted. They are marked so as to need no reduc- tion. They are new goods and don't need to be run out "at cost" % I w. Findshtf li m Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. Ttoy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf An Old Document. T. J. Graves, in looking over his father's papers, found the following dispensation, granting to the officers- elect the right to organize Sam Hous- ton Lodge (now Shelby Lodge), A. F. & A. M. Mr. Graves sent the dispensation to Shelby Lodge, where it will no doubt be highly prized : From the East of the Most Worship- ful Grand Lodge of Texas. To all whom it may concern But more especially to Brothers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 December 1903

- tmbwmwre . ' i-v-v >. *v- i*-*— . ;■ •' v/. :• • j ii. - *m . '*frtfc —■ ■■:~~->"j. '■•••• '■ - •■;■;•.. ,. >. , , . of ses Jted lat- |ht. 5E jes ted in 118 '!?;■'■ itft-"."Cf- THE BRAND Will Go to World's Fair. Secretary Orin Proctor of the Northwest Texas Press Association has issued the following: • 'Brethren of the Northwest Texas Press Association: This is to in- form you that President Koch after corresponding with the greater por- tion of the membership and of the executive committee, has directed your secretary to accept the invita- tion of the World's Fair authorities to attend the International Press Parliament in St. Louis next May. I have forwarded our acceptance and hope to have the assistance of every member in doubling our mem- bership at Quanah whence we go to St. Louis." Packing House at Hereford. It is with pleasure that we an- nounce to our pork-raising readers that Hereford is soon to have a pork packing establishment and- will be ready by December 10t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 December 1903

: ¿: x'$ :' " ' ■ . .; " 9BKR MMp Í ''•''%':'■ /'.. w I 1 Ü 1$ m ' pV',\ **' ' Ll I i¥ its The Brand Official Organ for Dwf Smith •ad Castro Coantlot Published Every Friday by VANDERBURGH A RAY Milan and Proprietor* ADD-RAN DEDICATION. m- ■bmHp W ;; f"v *.$ RHH As per announcement Add-Ran College was given over to the great and worthy cause of education on last Thursday, Nov. 26th. Elaborate preparations had been made and at an early hour the crowd began to gather and the commodious auditorium gradually with proud and anxious faces till all the seats were occupied and the standing room manipulated. The program was begun at rather a late hour with devotional exercises conducted by the home ministers after which Judge Witherspoon in his accustomed impressive way ex- tended a hearty welcoihe to the vis- itors and friends of the College and reviewed briefly the origin and im- portance of the observance of Thanksgiving day. The principal addresses of the forenoon were de- livered by Dr. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 December 1903

THE BRAND OUR STOCK IS ENTIRELY TOO LARGE WE WISH TO REDUCE IT BY JANUARY 1ST BEGINNING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER WE WILL SELL AT ACTUAL COST ur entire line of ladies' and and misses' Hats and children's Caps. Will also giye ybig reduction on men's and boy's and children's Suits, men's and boy's Ov) rcoats and boy's Duck Coats, ladies' Jackets, ladies', misses and children's Ucraerwear, men's and boy's Underwear, men's and boy's Overshirts, in fact on rticles in the dry goods line. Will also give very low prices on Groceries until January 1st, 1904. •.* oe ^ HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. Selling for a profit- E. W. Harrison. -no discounts. 41 Dr. D. M. Barton of Tennessee is a prospector in the city. T. H. Beach of Dimmitt was a "business caller in the city Monday. I can accommodate a few boaders after Nov. 1st. Mrs. S. E. Buster. 36tf C. V. Taylor was in from his ranch northeast of town Thursday on business. Misses Grace and Ruth Hanna- ford were in from the Green Valley ranch Monday. When you wa...

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

THE BRAND E". m BH¡& Appreciates The Brand. We long ago adopted the policy of sending statements to our sub- scribers whose time was about to ex- pire, with very satisfactory results, both to ourselves and .to our sub- scribers. The following is-a sample of the replies received : Frost, Texas, Dec. 1, 1903. Editors of The Brand, Hereford, Texas. Dear Síts—In compliance with your request, please find enclosed $1 to cover my subscription to Novem- ber 28, 1904. Please accept my thanks for your kindness. Hoping for you great success in your busi- ness, I remain Yours as ever, R. J. Sanders. New Year's Drawing. On January first 1904, at 10 a. m., T. M. Coulson & Co., will present to the holder of the lucky ticket the large, beautiful doll now on display in their window. This doll is valued at $16.50, and a chance on the same will be given with every cash purchase amounting to 50c, either in their drug or Christmas goods line. Each ticket will have a duplicate, which latter will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 December 1903

THE BRAND It did not take very long for the prohibition committee of Amarillo to realize their folly in depending upon the rfenown Post to direct them safely through the heated campaign in ■which they are engaged. They have now gone to the Champion and are using judicious means to get questions well before the people, as that paper goes to the majority of the homes in Amarillo and Potter county. The Champion is a clean, up-to-date paper and is to be com- mended for the stand it has taken for the right. J. D. Webb caught 77 lbs. of fish, weighing from 1 to 5 lbs. each, out of his pasture basin last Sunday. He says last June he put 23 little fish in the lake, not weighing all told over 3 lbs., and from these he caught out 77 lbs. good weight. Everybody can raise his own fish in great abundance on the Plains. Plant more fish.— Lockney Beacon. The above needs no comment as it can be readily seen that both Mr. Webb and the Beacon man go fish- ing on Sunday. The Banner-Stockman has re- ce...

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

THE BRAND k i/,' v'' v r%' m. 1 Heath—Waggoner. At 10 o'clock Thursday morning Mrs. Lena G. Waggoner was quietly wedded to Chester L. Heath, the ceremony taking place at the resi- dence of Mf. and Mrs. J. W. Mahan in West Cleburne, Rev. A. J. Bush officiating. Mr. Heath is one of the best known gentlemen in Cleburne, having been practically raised here. His father, Major K. M. Heath, was one of the earliest pioneers of John- son county and he himseif was for many years, a prominent business man of Cleburne. The bride, Mrs. Waggoner, is a lady, refined and accomplished. She has been em- ployed as bookkeeper and stenogra- pher for Ed Allard & Co., the realty firm, also occasionally contributing of both prose and poetical writing to the press. Both have many friends and many good wishes are expressed for their future happiness and pros- perity.—Cleburne Enterprise. Mr. Heath is a resident of Here- ford and he and his bride arrived this week and will make Hereford their home. Castro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 December 1903

THE BRAND Talk on Forestry. We publish with pleasure the fol- lowing letter from G. L. Clothier, who on Friday last gave our citizens such an interesting and instructive lecture on Forestry at Add-Ran Col- lege chapel: Editor of The Brand: After having visited your enterprising city and having observed the interest which your people manifest in the subject of forest planting, I have decided to put some of my recommendations in writing. You may pub- lish the same, if you deem the subject of sufficient importance to your readers to war- rant you in devoting your valuable space to such a discussion. The first requisite to successful forest planting on the plains is the selection of species adapted to the soil and climate of the region. The best five species for plant- ing on the uplands of western Texas are the following: Black Locust, Russian Mul- berry, White Elm, Honey Locust and Green Ash. The Cottonwood is also a good tree for sub-irrigated land with inexhaustible moisture supply....

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

TU 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 INTERNATIONAL STOCK SALT COMPANY A \ P D to II of Pi H of Nice room for rent, spoon & Gough. See Wither- 17tf Judge Jno. E. Ferguson returned Sunday from Amarillo. Two good houses to rent. See Hereford Land & Abstract Co. 41 Charles Hickman has leased his ranch to T. M. Palmer and left Mon day for Wax^hachie. Wanted—A woman to do general house work. Apply to Mrs. L. Gough, Hereford, Texas. 41tf Mrs. Jno. P. Slaton and daughter returned Sunday from an extended visit among friends at Mineral Wells and other Texas points. Call and see my stock of solid gold jewelry and watches before purchasing. Have just received a new lot of each. W. W. Meeks, Jeweler and Optican. 23tf Try some of the ...

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

w& ■' C' SIs- SI THE BRAND The Brand Official Orckit tor Dmí Smith *nd Castro CoaatiM Published Eoery Friday by VANDERBURGH <& RAY Editor and Proprietors It is now believed that Roosevelt will be opposed for re-nomination by the Hanna delegation. While the southern people haven't a super- abundance of confidence in Uncle Marcus, they would prefer his cun- ning, to the onslaught of insults to the American people by the mon- archical tendencies and radical equalization ideas of our much be- loved Teddy. If we cannot enjoy the privileges of a Democratic ad- ministration, let us by all means have the Ohio leader so that we may rid our memories of the renown negro champion. We are forcibly impressed that the ideas and principles on the Pro- hibition-Saloon question that are be- ing daily expressed by the Amarillo Star are decidedly erroneous. Be- cause local option has not prevented the sale of strong drinks heretofore and is not preventing their sale at the present time in ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

THE BRAND The Doctors LeGrand. Dr. Geo. F. LeGrand has sold out his property interests in Graham and gone to Hereford to practice his profession. His father, Dr. G. H. LeGrand, moved to that country last year, and, only a few weeks ago, it was our painful duty to chronicle the death of Dr. Leroy LeGrand in these columns. So it happens that Young county has lost three of its best citizens within a very short time. Dr. G. H. LeGrand and his tal- ented sons have been among the best of Young county's good citizens. Quiet, unassuming, agreeable in manners, strictly temperate and law abiding, there is hardly a family in the county who have so endeared themselves to the people as this one has. Into the houses of the rich or the poor, with or without prospect of pay, wet or dry, hot or cold, night or day, for the past twelve years or more, Dr. Geo. LeGrand has gone forth in his profession and demeaned himself at all times in a manner pleasing to his patrons and consis- tent with ethics of h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

THE BRAND Hereford Teachers Complimented. All in all, it was one of thest in- stitutes ever held in the Panhandle. All the teachers were very enthu- siastic and axnious to gain all the knowledge possible. Trie discus- sions were very heated. Especial mention should be made of Miss Griffith of Hereford. She is late of Missouri and is an up-to-date school teacher. Her subject, "The Bad Boy," was handled with marked abifity. and called forth a storm of applause. Rev. Randolp Clark of Hereford and Rev. Hardy of Clar- endon, made able discussions on •'Moral Education." The talks showed deep insight and scholarly attainments. The convention voted thanks to those gentlemen for their words of Herald. wisdom. — Hall County A Good Word for Hereford. Moreland Caldwell, now em- ployed by the Hereford Telephone Company 'phones long chats home to his mother every day. He - is greatly pleased with the town. Says it far excels his expectations, both in size and the intellectual and moral status of ...

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