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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

y, THE BRAND | [ed 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, 1904. «st *je oe HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. I T. J. Stephens went to Roswell Thursday. 1-3 off on picture framing. Loveless & Black. 43-2t Louis Arnold was in from his ranch Monday on business. One good work horse for sale. See Hereford Mercantile Co. 43 H. E. Lyle went to Dallas Thurs- day where he will make his home. Miss Dora Douglass returned Wednesday from a visit to Amarillo. J. W. Bradly was in from his ranch east of town Monda...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

' -vi . \ ;7 HR ' f1 )f \¡ ' ' ' WPpff jPjB'HgMWy fff ja¡$ ftfc7' ir THE BRAND GREATEST EVENT YET DECEMBER THE MONTH OF MANY HAPPENINGS Our mammoth stock was never more complete in ever}' detail and we have never offered greater inducements to the trading public than at present. We have heard more words of encouragement and appreciative expressions from our citizenship during the last few months than ever before. Allow us just here to thank one and all for past liberal patronage and we accord to all a warm welcome to visit our store at all times. «.•* t«t .* «* ,-a .* ¿t, ¿I jt, ,-i BELOW WE MENTION A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS > t-r J * o. or n r> M ■e f R" p lied Room Suite Department -Here we c;iri show a line that will do credit to a town of t n thousand. Our prices range from $90.00 down to •S22.50 Wholesale prices will prevail. Folding Bed Department In this department We show a line never equaled in the state. Goods are the best prices will range on the zero order. Rocker and ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

bat Iff. >£- Jon rtf lis [rd Ibb ir- ith ;v. for ;re snt Ihe |ay is Ion W )c, las a Ibe ay lbe bn, (ll. )tn fill 42 feoimemto ntdn mot two] vorld. Last year 500 car loads of tkese nuts were placed on the mar- ket. Honey is another product of which Texas will make a splendid exhibit. There are 23 fruit associations in Texas, affiliated with one central body. These associations have made arrangements whereby the World's Fair commission will obtain for display a certain percentage of all fruit shipped and thus a fresh supply is insured for every day. Texas will play an interesting part in the universal tobacco exhibit which will be a feature of the Agri- culture building. Texas tobacco growers claim they produce a grade of tobacco that cannot be distin- guished from the best Cuban to- baccos. They claim to have a soil identical with Cuba's, the same tem- perature and the same humidity of the atmosphere. Work on Texas' star shaped build- ing on the Plateau of States at the World's Fa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

it 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 JO WELL, Hereford, Texas, Director of INTERNATIONAL STOCK SALT COMPANY T. J. Graves & Co. have made several nice sales recently. 42 W. Connally of McGregor came in Saturday on a prospecting tour. Headquarters for apples—fine ones in bushel boxes or less—at J. W. Martinis. 38tf A. J. Hughes, of 9 miles south of town, was seen mixing with friends on our streets Saturday. G. W. Riddle of Rosebud was numbered among Hereford prospec- tors the first of this week. If you have any land to break you should see the Moline disc plow at Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Co's. These are the plows which are being used by Walter Fewell, with traction engine and which can be seen in operation at Judge Fer- guson's ranch, 3 miles from town. 37tf Two good houses to rent. See Herefo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

*?-í'#!••• ♦i. lff|R] UftIIÉil Paper to the of the m.. „ 6 Months.. .SO •3 M - -2. -.25 in ctuto or snt To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad. Kirttslng mimn Display, SO cents per Inch monthly. No Discounts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, S cents per line, each in- sertion. terms, CASH in advance Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable tothe The Brand Hereford, Texas V- |\« lemrb rat-** how l0-3t ICas- 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, DECEMBER 11, 1903 No. 43 the l-eam. |40-3t tre in ranch I heat- will |g UP jetter iyone 38tf J \L ae Heating and Cooking Stoves We carry a complete line of stoves and can save you money on same See our Une 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 Now that it has been thoroughly demon...

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

;.A. ;v : ffi: * m Kiiiv More than ire need. More than we could ever wear, bat Mae too many for our trade. A variety of styles. The ehort stiff bosom well rep- resented. They're "it" for winter. Shirts that fit. Shirts that don't fade Dial's IK "MUI anf "SUB" Brant 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" II. ilsliei la _! Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. Troy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf plied Free With Siberia Peaches —Many Handsome Souvenirs Dispensed — Texas' Great Agricultural Exhibit. Texas will keep open house at St. Louis during the World's Fair, and will entertain in a style in harmony with the Lone Star State's reputation for open-handed generosity, and on a scale in accord with the magnitude of her vast domain and resources. Every visitor to the imposing five- pointed star-shaped structure that wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

'Vfft i THE BRAND ire Ithe loat lord lach Ised lens ie. tifie ises ;red bs in texas Ink. We have for prompt and future shipment to 3" any point and in any quantity mc PRIME SCREENED CRACKED S COTTON SEED CAKE, S: MEAL AND HULLS 5; Write or wire us for delivered prices Ft Worth Grain & Commission Co. FORT WORTH, TEXAS fewwMWMWWW?#: % % % $ % *> % 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 •k. "A ft k ** ■k A CA % A DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Free Reclining Chair Cars on ail Trains Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars between MEMPHIS and the PACIFIC COAST J. 8. McNALLY, D. P. A., GEO. H. LEE, G. P. A., Oklahoma City, O. T. Little Rock, Ark. m ;tc. Miss Farley Entertains. On last Friday afternoon from 1 till 6 o'clock, Miss Lucian Farley...

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

THE BRAND IN MEMORIUM. Again, we pause in the great march of life, for the Great Com- mander has come, and summoned one from our ranks, that he might promote her to a more exalted posi- tion, and confer upon her the highest honors. , Hushed was the childish laughter, and light the tiny footfall upon the floor of the school room, when the "little ones" were told that their teacher had gone away and could never return to them again. How like a shock it came to us on last Sunday evening, when word was passed from lip to lip that our primary teacher, Miss deGraffenreid, was very sick, and could not be with us long. Although Miss de Graffenreid had not been well for some time, yet, no anxious fears had been enter- tained for her, as she was able to be in the school room and do her work in her usual way until the close of the day on Friday. Friday night she spent at the home of Mrs. Rob- inson with a friend, but was not her- self, as she said she felt so tired and exhausted. On Sunday mor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 December 1903

THE BRAND « i *■ «.i i m 1-3 off on Glassware at L. & B.'s. Santa Claus at 43 Come and see Burns & Smith. J. T. Dendy of Boom was in town Saturday for supplies. A full assortment of hats just re- ceived. E. W. Harrison. 43 A. H. Morris was in from his ranch Tuesday after supplies. Try pickled pigs feet for that hungry feeling. J. W. Martin has 'em. 43 Mr. Vaughn of Swisher county- was a guest at the College Saturday night. All Queensware (une lot) at big cut prices at Loveless & Black's funiture store. 43-2t Mr. Elliston of near Claude has purchased the E. L. Ellis place and will move to Hereford. Wanted—100 ladies to wear -•Topsy" wool and fleece lined hose. For sale by E. W. Harrison. 43 J. M. Ligion, living 12 miles west of town, was in on business Monday and made this office a pleasant call. Witherspoon & Gough write farm property in the /Etna of Hartford and Hartford Fire Insurance Com- panies. 43 Pres. R. Clark is attending the Lectureship, and reports that the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

ÍZ5 A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas S«k- «rt tioB mtmm Per Year $1.00 6 Months .50 3 " .25 IN CLUBS or SIX To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vertlatnrf Rates 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 ADVAI^i Addres aubusi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable tothe The Brand Hereford, Texas ol. 3 Entered April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 HEREFORD, TEXAS, DECEMBER 18, 1903 No. 44 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 Now that it has been thoroughly demonstrated that this is a superior country for farming pur- Eoses, of course ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

THE BRAND •Mil I 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 Ttiars me 'Mr ant "SILKED" Brand 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" t w. Furaishcr in nun Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. Ttoy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf Lined gloves and mittens for men at E. W. Harrison's. 4.3 J. A. Johnson, was a business visitor to Amarillo Saturday. C. L. Davis guarantees every suit of clothes or overcoat he sells. 29tf W. A. Higgins was in from his ranch east of town Saturday after lumber. All Queensware (fine lot) at big cut prices at Loveless & Black's funiture store. 43-2t Ex-Lieut.-Gov. Browning of Ama- rillo was transacting legal business...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

íilíA íi'2 ax; ♦-.ywr' "tijr H" ^ >~iyj - v* y •/<*•«••*. . THE BRAHD 26 ore s of ises ited at- ;ht. j ISE the Iroat Eord ;ach ised Izens line. Itific lases lered Irs in Fe 18 fexas Ink. \\Í\ iai i te. mummmnv BARGAINS FOR THE NEXT 15 DAYS D. R. GASS & SONS WILL BE HEAD- QUARTERS FOR BAR- GAINS. OUR GOODS MUST BE SOLD RE- GARDLESS OF COST ■* BARGAINS 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 fc A * A a A 'a 'a 'A 'a 'a 'a To Bring More People Here. The Panhandle Colonization Com- pany has entered into a contract with Witherspoon & Gough to represen- them in this immediate section of the Panhandle, through their representa- tive and field agent, M. G. Fallon. This company has tor its purpose the colonizing of the Panhandle, as their name indicates, and Mr. Fal- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

<+: ¡vnt * 1 "'"C ,•>/< -|; '••**," f. Í Panhandle News itimimmiiiiiMinni The city of Dalhart granted a 20 year franchise to a Denver man last week and is to have an up-to-date waterworks system in the near future. A communication from Alanreed says, "The printer, Mr. Thomas, and the press are here and when some more of the printing outfit comes in our newspaper will begin." The "Denver Road" will sell tickets to all points in Texas at one fare plus $1 for round trip ; and to all points out of the state for one fare plus $2. These rates will pre- vail during the holidays only. The West Texas Stockman of Colorado, Texas and the Texas Stock Journal of Ft.. Worth and Dallas, Texas, have consolidated and the entire business will be removed to Ft. Worth and will be under the management of the former Stockman force. The paper is to be known as the Texas Stockman-Journal. The Quanah Gin and Feed Mill Company amended its charter, in- creasing its capital stock from $20,- 000 to $40...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

i. THE BKA5D 1-3 off on Glassware at L. & B.'s. Frank Chestnut of Arney was seen on our streets Tuesday. All kinds of plumbing done on short notice. Bell Bros. 44-2t Jas. Curling came in Monday day afternoon from New Mexico. Carpets, Matting, Rugs and Lino- leum at bottom prices. L. & B. 2t A. S. Gracy, living 5 miles east, was a business visitor in town Tues- day. Complete line Xmas nuts, apples and candies ready for you at J. W. Martin's. 43 Judge John W. Veale came down from Amarillo Monday on legal business. For substantial Xmas gifts visit the furniture store. Prices cut. Loveless & Black. 43-2t T. J. Sawyer of Dimmitt was in Hereford Tuesday after cattle to take down to his ranch. Our holiday assortment of neck- wear will soon be here. Come early and get the pick. E. W. Harri- son. 43 O. M. Daniel, while in town Tues- day, called around to The Brand office and moved his subscription up a year. List your land with Hereford Land and Abstract Co. Lands in the black la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

THE BRAND The Brand Ofllcftal Or|*n for Dmí Smith and Castro Coantioa Published Every Friday by vanderburgh a ray Editor* and Proprietors FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Referring to the representation oí this district in the next session of the state legislature, the Amarillo Champion has the following to say : "As a representative from this district in our state legislature at its next session a man will have an op- portunity to do good work, in looking after the interests of this section and in casting his vote for measures of state wide interest in such a way as will best express the sentiment of this portion of Texas. Our repre- sentative should understand the needs of this country, command the respect of the people and be a legis- lator who will rank high among the body in which he has a seat. Such a man we believe to be Judge Gough of Hereford and we hope that he may be induced to run for this office. By long residence in the Panhandle he understands the legislation nec- essary for its p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

THE BRAND 9 ,9 The Bazaar. The ladies of the Methodist church, according to previous an- nouncements, held their bazaar last Friday and Saturday and, notwith- standing the fact that both days were exceedingly disagreeable ow- ing to the high winds and the cloud of dust which constantly filled the elements, the results in a financial and social way went far beyond the expectation of the most sanguine. The business men and people gener- ally turned out en masse, purchasing the novelties created by the handi- work of the ladies and satisfying their hunger in the culinary depart- ment with such delicacies as chicken, turkey and pumpkin pie. The pro- ceeds, we understand, amounted to about $90. Local Option Club Meeting. Monday night was the time ap- pointed for the regular meeting of the Local Option Club. The speeches made were spirited and to the point and the attention was per- fect. The meeting, as near as we could learn, was called to order by W. G. Ross in the absence of the chair...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

V THE BRAND Texas Bred Whitefaces. Believing that Texas could furnish the best car of beef steers on earth, Col. C. C. Slaughter of Dallas some time ago selected fifty calves from the Ancient-Britton-Bredwell ranches in Hockley and Cochran counties and sent them to Rushville, Ind., to be placed on feed. It was his inten- tion to take fifteen from the bunch and exhibit them as a car lot of two- year-olds at the St. Louis World's Fair. Unless Director Coburn oan § be induced to modify his ruling, how- ever, car load lots will be barred and only two of these animals will be allowed to face the judges at the fair. Stock men all over the country have appealed to Mr. Coburn to change his ruling so as to admit cat- tle in car lots, which, it is contended, is the only way that grade cattle can be fairly passed on, one or two animals not being deemed sufficient to indicate the real character of a herd. It is to be hoped that the re- quest of the cattlemen will be granted. In the event that i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

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, 1904. <át •.* -j* -j* -Jt ■.* HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. E. W. Harrison for nice pants. 43 J. J. Portwood was on our streets Saturday. 1-3 off on picture framing. Loveless & Black. 43-2t Elbert Newton was a business vis- itor to Hereford Monday. One good work horse for sale. See Hereford Mercantile Co. 43 Ed Smith of Castro county was in Hereford on business Wednesday. B. F. Westbrook of Dimmitt was a business visitor to Hereford Thurs- day. B. Husse...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

rz-r^rrtf; TU BRA* !>s . fWWW GREATEST EVENT YET DECEMBER THE MONTH OF MANY HAPPENINGS Our mammoth stock was never more complete in every detail and we have never offered greater inducements to the trading public than at present. We have heard more words of encouragement and appreciative expressions from our citizenship during the last few months than ever before. Allow us just here to thank one and all for past liberal patronage and we accord to all a warm welcome to visit our store at all times. BE-LOW WE MENTION A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS Bed Room Suite Department—Here we can show a line that will do credit to a town of ten thousand. Our prices range from $90,00 down to $22.50. Wholesale prices will prevail. Folding Bed Department—In this department we show a line never equaled in the state. Goods are the best prices will range on the zero order. Rocker and hair Department A queen would smile to see our Rockers and sit for a moment in one of them. Our diners are the best. The knife...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

THE BRAND The College Statement. We publish, by request, the fol- lowing statement anent the Baptist College situation at Canyon City : For sometime the Baptists on the Plains of Texas have agitated the locating and build- ing of a college that they might the better provide for their children and country in an educational way. At the last meeting or the Paiodaro Can- yon Association, there were twenty-one men, brethren, elected and commissioned to locate the said school, there being at the time six competing points for said college. The Commission met at Claude, and after prayerful deliberation located the school at Canyon City. And since it is but just that the good people of the Plains should know just the situation, we take this method of setting forth some facts as they now exist. First, the citizens of Canyon City pledged themselves to give for the enterprise twenty- live thousand dollars; five thousand of the above amount conditionally. Second, that Canyon City in competing fo...

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