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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

mt ¡BE m-m c iuv *cvwiving dally our new line of Holiday Goods, Christmas Cards, Etc. We will also have a new line of the very latest books to arrive next week Latest Magazines and Periodicals We are now In possession of J. P. Harding's prescrip- tion file dating from the present time hack five or six year and we can refill any pre- scription from this file. T. M. COULSON CO. 1OT • • .Druggists... tf+T T«TiTm Call for Scab Convention. Denver, Nov. 25.—To all Cattle- men in Territory West of Mississippi River Known as "Mange Infected" Territory: At the request of a large number of cattlemen, the* undersigned com- mittee hereby announces a conven- tion of cattle growers to be held in the city of Denver on Tuesday, January 10, at 3 p. m. While this meeting will be open to all cattlemen who wish to attend, it ¡^particularly intended for those who live in the so-called"mange infected" territory west of the Mississippi river and the principal object of the meeting is to consider the prese...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

üll " fr . mm p.- . *PaniÑ[náVc News Í >1 Prohibition went into fffect in Childress the last day of November. There have been 600 bales of cot- ton shipped from Canadian up to this time and it is reported that the bulk of the unmarketed cotton tribu- tary to this point will be brought bere.—Record. Higgins needs a broom factory and needs it bad. The profit that Is made by the eastern men on brooms could be kept at home and used to promote the town's growth. No great outlay of capital is needed. Get together and talk it over.— News) As ample proof that the country is progressing and that our people are wide-awake to the enormous possibilities opened to them, we sub- mit the fact that one firm has just shipped in 17,000 trees, bought by people in this cpunty. A few short years will see these trees bearing fruit that will rival that of the famed Pecos Valley.—Higgins News. The Wellington cotton gin was burned last Saturday afternoon. The gin was running ánd several men were on hand ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

4. w/ ' , 'A. "'•': wm HP A it n * y-<i 9 k«l Mmmrg CO. Orgmn tor Dmmt l* «h Castro CMHtlM Entered April 17, 1901, m «econd-ci* mail matter, port office at Hereford, Texai, Act of Congres* of March 3, 1879. = Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1904. LOOK AFTER THE BOYS. There are several town boys on the streets during school hours. Why are not these boys in school? School is free and it is a much bet- ter place for boys than on the streets and around the depot of any town.-— Panhandle Herald. The above conditions exist in all towns to a greater or less extent, but the parent who thinks so little of his boys is to be pitied, first because of his indifference (to their welfare, and secondly because his mental capacity will not permit of his placing a higher estimate upon true manhood. The boys of today who are to be the men of tomorrow are those who, having the oppor- tunities of acquiring an education, will avail themselves of such oppor- tu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

■i* THE HSRPORD BRAND I r%.V 1 E-V. Hi BP;.- ' É ■ firapf í I '' • .IB- 93 Dt!^. m ¥ou Doiit Have to Pay for Another Man's Goods W fS-n-'-'-1111 ¡?8 ¡í H 3 43 ^ U 2 « ** S . ^ a e N d ffl ^ 'XT^- sun on aipaJD SM SHORT LOCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Mrs. Jno. E. Ferguson is visiting in Amarillo this week. W. C. Fallwell had business in -Canyon City this week. 4 - OFrank Chestnut of Arney was a ¡business visitor to the city Wednes- day. Judge L. Gough went up to Hig- gins Wednesday afternooh on busi- ness. J. O. Lindsey of Castro county , ^was in town Wednesday after sup- plies. v ___ - Ladies' and children's gloves and mittensin great abundance at Cal- lens' Bargain Store. It —i. i . RV'i ' «tifo' •: • , 7 r ' * ■ ' Miss Ola Scott- returned Wednes- day from Running Water where she had been visiting friends for several weeks. , Miss Lura Jowell arrived Wednes- day from Waco where she has been atte...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

i n ip*m v ■ • ' , ' • : . I^Sbhsb^' HHSWMlBSStdiílMiiÉ ,¿w j \ m, ,./<-*&■ WW. . hÍi£kJ¡to¡EBIÍ¡X& ^'kWae^^^^iisSSBH fi.it M^' ■ i't 11,11 i ;' • « ■ • — '■ •- have a complete line of Christmas Holiday Goods, such as Toys, Dolls, Albums, Etc., and would be pleased to have you call and inspect our stock before making your purchases. We have Christmas presents that will please the old as well as the young. See us before buying f *mt •■■■■ N ■ ¡- IINS L. ¥ ' ' : ffBSfa W> M: '• ; - GASS & SONS, Hereford Texas É* COWMEN NOT COMPLAINING. Review of the Past History of the Panhandle by a Prominent Canyon City Banker and Cowman in Stockman Journal. "There were but three white set- tlers there when 1 located in Hale county," says L. T. Lester of Can- yon City, when relating incidents of early life on the plains of West Texas. "And I well remember the time when a man could ridé 500 miles without seeing a fence. When I travel over that same country now and see the long lanes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

s mi. Wsm:% mm C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office at Burns & Smith's Drugstore . Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. • physician and surgeon Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford," texas. Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office " ¡ Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas W. H. RUSSELL LAWYER Practice in all courts Hereford, - Texas JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. R. W. BOUNDS, M. D. physician and surgeon. Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Residence 'Phone No. 44. Santa Claus at Smith & Orr's. R. N. Mounts was in town Mon- day on business. Attorney Trulove of Amarillo was in Hereford Monday on legal busi- ness. For Sale—A good Jersey cow and calf. Apply to Stambaugh & Lips- comb. 32tf Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Keithley were shopping in the city from the ranch T...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 December 1904

'X, BRAND i WWWjBWWWBWBBBW mlto «akimct' CHICAGO. COMMUNITY ta Castro County as Re- by Out Correspondent, at of last Sunday being 1 there was no Sunday school i school house. W. H. GUbreath of this Is visiting her fsther,Mr. ; Swisher county. having a severe cold spell just now. It began to i the night of the 3rd and to snow until some time lie night of the 4th. The 1 drifted the snow about a great made it very disagree- able. . I was glad to see the communica- tions from Boom and Dimmitt in last week'8 issue of the Brand. They were both good and .it begins to look like the Brand is going to have a correspondent's page, which, I think, is good, as one gets the news, then, from all over the coun- try. Well, as news is scarce and it is so cold I can't get out-, I hope the readers will pardon my short letter this time. Will-try to do beeter in my next. W. S. D. Business Move. J. A. Canterbury has moved his saddle and repair shop to the Britain brick building formerly occupied * by E, W...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

■ •.. Vol. 4 HEREFORD, TEXAS, DECEMBER 16, 1904 No. 44 THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF THE STATE WILL TAKE THE COLLEGE ü . y .,^&t I m ■fl . A 12TH TO 25TH STAMBAUGH & LIPSCOBM'S Clean Sweep Sale For Cash ^SiM Beginning Monday, December 12th and continuing until Sunday, December 25th, we will make clean sweep prices on our entire stock of goods. The New Year will soon be here and we wish to reduce our large stock to save handling so much during inventory. Remember these prices are during this sale only A SWELL SHOE made in all leathers and style . THIS IS ONE : $3.75 SHOES! SHOES!! You are never well dressed unless you have a good pair of shoes. We carry the finest goods that are made. We are going to show you the celebrated Hamilton-Brown line, all the very highest product of the skilled manufacturers, made upon best shaped lasts, made by the best labor, made with exactness, made for service, made for comfort, made for style, they positively possess every best quality. We have them...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

MTW4 : I — HERE- ' .'-Vil' - D,TEXAS ~ we say Cost, we mean wholesale price on every wears. We hope that a careful look over the prices enough to come in and inspect these goods article that a man or boy below will interest you while in Hereford Suits and Overcoats $20.00 Overcoats, cost 15.50 Overcoat®, cost 15.00 Overcoats, cost 12.50 Overcoats, cost 8.00 Overcoats, cost 20.00 Suits, cost 18.00 Suits, cost 15.00 Suits, cost .... xo.oo Suits, cost 7.00 Suits, cost 5.00 Suits, cost. .$13.50 .... 11.00 ... 9.00 . 7.50 5-50 13.50 . 12.00 ... 10.00 ... 7.00 3.50 2.85 If . Men's $5.00 Stetson Hat, coot. r 3.50 Beaver Hat, cost . 2.00 H«t¡ cost 1.5O Hat, cost. 1.25 Hat, cost . Hats $3.85 ..•2.20 1.65 1.35 1.10 85 Trunks $12.50 Trunk, cost $8.00 10.00 Trunks, cost 7«oo 6.00 Trunks, cost 4-5<> 5.00 Trunks, cost 3.30 4.50 Trunks, cost 3.00 Children's Suits $3.50 Suits, cost. 3.00 Suits, cost 2.50 Suits, cost 2.00 Suits, cost 1.25 Suits, cost r 1.25 suits, cost 1.00 Suits, cost $2.65 ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

H >il ■:% !$nI ttiH * *■' I1' gRIJh mXc PfH í É¡Í$ MÉé¿ £J, M&SSw. ríi im¡ify¿' F;>V. á^Ébi •Tí: ,V December J9th from 1 to 3 o'clock p. m., we will have an annual show of all 1904 babies. prize given. Read all particulars. Beginning Saturday, December 17th at & a. m. and continuing till Saturday, December 24th at 6 p. m., the trading public of Hereford and surrounding country will have the greatest opportunity yet offered in buying Holiday Goods, as well as Furniture ROCKER DEPARTMENT In this line we •«how almost one hundred different styles—representing some of tfte best make goods in the Union. We show also a fine line of the best cheap goods made. Nothing better for a Christmas gift. All these goods will be sold at marvelously low prices. ART DEPARTMENT We would next visit the art gallery of this mam- mouth establishment, where is displayed some of the most gorgeous productions of our land. These goods will be sold at from 1-4 to 1-2 off. We will close out every pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

• '-X" ;"f.{v . ' ' ' 1 / • . -^M -J.i «&£ i K E FERGUSON, President G W. DODSON, Cashier *= ._w..^.,, Hi ■ntered April 17, 1901, as second-class I nutter, post office at Hereford, Texas, t of Congrew of March 3, 1879. (cription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1904. ' Thk friends of education will re- joice to learn of the change which will soon be made in the Panhandle Christian College. While there has not as yet been anything definite done in the way of a transfer, the fact that the leading men of the church endorsed the move at the tureship at Temple last week and ended, the state board to ac- t the* Hereford property is the t of evidence that the deal will through. With the Christian of the state behind the the Panhandle Christian i will soofl be numbered among ¡ institutions of the state means of sending men and ladies of ipped for life's __J responsibilities. Not I the school have the back- . „i churches throughout the but all the local churc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

Mfflfr. Wm0M rí M 'm Yoii Don't Have to Pay riK lor Another Man's Goods V/ J «?? ??? ; *8 <•0 Í if ] !| SIN H* EM H1JI o ¡ li I d! riiii •w. i i* 8.1a 3UQ *N WPWD 8M l^lia ¿lili X'áX-Sñ Panhandle Bankers Meet The^Panhandle Banker's Associa- tion which convened in Amarillo this week is said to have been well attended and proved 'to be an im- portant meeting. Questions of vital interest were discussed, chief among which, were those pertaining to the •establishing of a packing house in the Panhandle and the relation of Panhandle banks to stock farming, the discussion of the latter being lead by G. A. F. Parker of the Western National, whose paper will be reproduced in next week's issue of the Brand. The Association will hold its next meeting at Amarillo April 17th, 1905, the day previous to the meet- ing of the Panhandle Cattle Raisers' Association. Advertised Xetters. Remaining in the postoffice at Hereford for the week ending Dec. 14, 1904: W. M. Caraway., W. X. East- wood, Ed Fay...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

W§mM? $ - MfproippMlt. - HI T*f^S$W'*r . > ■ •" ■■■■' ' jd J ÍillÍ ' s IhM 1 ÍBwl MS! BARGAINS!! ALL BARGAINS ! Not at actual cost but what it will cost you to let your judgment be your guide. Our goods must go and we will from this date until January first meet all "windies" or present schemes to sell by others GASS & SONS, Hereford Texas w 9 V IP IGEIir SCHOOL. « Lectureship of the ChrU- t It. 6M«ion in I Vote Unanimous- Oirtr the Clark enthusiasm and interest ran so high that a thousand dollars in cash was raised to meet some of the immediate demands oí the College. The school will be controlled in- directly by the state board and di rectly by the local board, the former assuming financial management. For the successful consummation of these plans, our entire community is under many obligations to the local board for the earnest, persis- tent work which they have done church of Texas while in attendance since the school's incipiency. They have spent not only their time and...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

&t$Á Wb lr's ■ t—*—1—r¥-¿ C. P. ESTES, M. D. ' ' •' physician & SUR&EON Office at Burns &. Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford - Texas J.lW.' HICKS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s 'Drugstore. ^Telephone No. 39. HEREFORD, TEXAS. Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next door to Bank Hereford .... Texas ' • JNO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY - AT-LAW Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. \ R. W. BOUNDS, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Residence 'Phone No. 44. Wanted—A lady to and general housework. Mrs. Ross Davis. Santa Claus at Smith & Orr's. Press Burnam returned Wednes- day from a business trip to Au^in. Witherspoon & > Gough represent nine old-line fire insurance compan- ies. / 43 Att'ys Trulove and Bpyce were on legal business in Hereford Wednesr day. D. 0. Stallings ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 December 1904

mW m* ¿MHRHHI >'w> • „'k ,R l',; Él R ffW/ • irivwi from papes. FRIOS BAKING POWDKH BO. chicago. I IIHI9999IIIWWIIIII Panhandle News i On Tuesday night of last week, a man named Henton was killed by his brother-in-law, Willis Large, near Portales, the former being under the influence of intoxicants and was abusive to his wife. J. A. Montgomery shipped out a car of fine hogs Tuesday night. They went to the Fort Worth market and will open the eyes of hog buyers to Panhandle hogs. They were all raised on his ranch west of town.-— Hall County Herald. Rev. W. L* Skinner who has been pastor of the Baptist church here for four years, tendered his resignation at prayer meeting Wednesday night. The church deferred action until the meeting of December 21.—Claren- don Chronicle. The Southwestern Colonization Co. in addition to their 7,000 lots here, which'they are selling for $40 apiece, have purchased 1500 acres of suburban property, which they will cut up in small farms, besides buy- i...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

Vol. 4 HEREFORD, TEXAS, DECEMBER 23, 19Q4 No. 45 CHRISTMAS GREETING AND A HÁPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR READERS NO BARGAINS! BIG WIN DIES ALL BARGAINS!!! m: Not- at actual cost but what it will cost you to let your judgment be your guide. Our goods must go and we will from this date until January first meet all "windies" Or present schemes to sell by others collegej;hange Local Board Transfers Add-Ran College to the Christian Church of the State of Texas WORK BEGINS IMMEDIATELY To Raise Money to Pay the Present Inbebtedness. New Interest ' ^ Revived and Much Enthusiasm Aroused Over the Future Prospects for the College at This Place. What might be termed the begin- ning of a new era in the educational history of our community took place this week, when Add-Ran College, with all its landed property, became the property of the Christian Church of the State of Texas. This is one of the largest deals that has ever been consummated in the town,carry- ing with it a consideration of about $40,000. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

f y. WM' TE- ■ . 1mm r v ' . ■ ■" - ' kTAT, it received a new lot of the latest books and *+?+ would be glad to have you call and make your selections while the stock is complete m Latest Magazines í a j and Periodicals We are now in possession of J. P. Handing's prescrip- 35 tion file dating from the present time back five or six years and we can refill any pre- scription from this file. T. M. COULSON <a CO. $$ ...Druggists... TREE PLANTING IN PANHANDLE in A. L. Bruce Gives His Method the Clarendon News. that I trill have a, very intelligent class who may investi- gate this subject, and knowing I am dealing with a difficult subject, I will be very pointed in my. remarks, as the time is upon us to transplant trees. vv\ First, buy the best, well tested varieties, good sized yearling trees, four to six feet high. Know what you are buying. This is one of the most important matters in an or- chard. Have land in best of order; cross off to desired distance. Take po t 4ig(err dig holes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

THE HEREFORD The new gin at Lubbock has been competed and was opened for busi- ness last week. The Amarillo Advocate has re- sumed publication again after several weeks' vacation. H. B. Martin is editor and proprietor. On Tuesday of this Veek Mr. J. H. P. Jones of Matador, bought Mr. R. E. Dunn's holdings in the Chil- dress National Bank, and will be- come the cashier of this institution soon after January 1st.—Index. The Commissioners' Court. after looking' over a petition containing 236 names, ordered an election for January 1905^ fof the purpose of letting the voters decide whether they still want prohibition in the county.^Vernon Hornet. John Buckley sold to John B. Ful- ton of the Chickasaw Nation 320 acres of his farm for $3,140. Mr. Fulton will move down next month. Mr. Buckley will put in a stock of good* in the Lutz brick buildixig in a short time.—Vernon Hornet. The Baptist educational commis- sion of Texas has accepted the Goodnight College property and only the papers ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

mkémt,á mrnm TJ |P| * *: -P' . :;, *.aU£|||jjg| 'tmi fw DmI smith CMBUM Entered April 17, 1901, as «cond-clm mail matter, poat olllce at Hereford, Texaa, Act of Congreaa of March 3, 1879, ; Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1904. k6> ' 1. NOW, that the College question has been settled, it behooves every good cituen to do what he can for the advancement of that institution. Some may think that because the Christian church of the state is be- hind the school it will not be neces- sary for them to exert themselves further.' Such is a mistaken idea. It ircot the intention of any church to build 11s up a great institution of learning while we sit with folded haads. They propose only to co- operate with us in the work. While the school, hereafter, will be dis- tinctly a church school, yet it will bean institution in which all the heroic-sons and fair daughters, noit only in this town but throughout the entire Panhandle as well may come and fit ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

THE HSRFORD BRAND Dry Goods and Groceries We Credit No One You Don't Have to Pax For Another Man's Goods 1 Package of Faultless Starch 10 cents 2 Packages of Faultless Starch 15 cents 4 Packages of Faultless Starch 25 cents 3rlb Package Best Gloss Starch 25 cents 5-llf Packages of Gloss (Glucose) Starch ... 35 cents ia Bars of Nuggets Soap 25 cents 7 Bars[Diamond C Soap 25 cents South of Court House ifcfcUS- Ü & m:h.: SHORT LOCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading —Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Miss Lillian Harvey is visiting friends in Amarillo this week. • W. A. Odell of Boom spent Wednesday in Hereford on business. of" —■«■■■• Maple Daniel took advantage of the low holiday rates and is visiting in Austin. G. L. Abbott of Umbarger paid this office a pleasant visit while in town Wednesday. Dr. A. D. Miller spent several days this week looking after his claim near Texico. Mrs. Mary Fowler arrived Tues- day to visit her brother, R. C....

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