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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

A Weekly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas P ?*Ur $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 iCjpy .35 IN CLUBS OF riVB To fi/e different addresses, $5.00 A4- vartUlntf R IM Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for timo or space. Local retding no- tices, lOcents per line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANC3 Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to TK« Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS. MAY 23. 1902 No. 14 All O ü e r the Panhandle Childress will have a local option election in June. Rev. Addison Clark of Amarillo is holding a sories of revival meet- ings at Memphis. Nearly all of the papers in the Panhandle report drenching rains and farmers and stockmen are happy. Seymour will have a twelve-room brick school building, the corner stone of the same having been laid recently. The Texas Editorial Associa...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

'Í.VÍ <ML' fW • r. THE # BRAND For Floe Work in * MAM m Dtnliq... SEE PRIEST THE PAINTER CHEAP PORK PRODUCTION. Pasturage, Properly Utilized, Will Produce Pork at Two Cents per Pound. The following clipping from the Fort Worth Register will be of interest to oar readers who are en- gaged in farming. As this section bf the country will profitably pro- duce the feeds spoken of in the article there is no reason why hog raising cannot be carried on here with profit to the farmer; During the recent meeting in this city of the Texas Swinebreeders As- sociation, the subject of green feed for hogs received considerable atten- tion, and it was the claim of the ex- perienced feeders that by the use of intelligently prepared pasturage the cost of pork production could be cut down to less than 2 cents per pound. The following applies to all the agri- cultural part of Texas as well as to Louisiana and should be read by every farmer in the state: "Are artichokes, chufas and other comparatively...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

THE # BRAND REPORT OR TEXAS. Ince. jJust loose 588 [The place ÍAn- >vel, Iwith |y ot lwith 68— now, gle pred, Iwith for ihed Beats Jonly ¡it at, how liacb, tves rest, I view or efore the Jou'd Jctual be ICt ica- Eztracts From the Report by the New York Chamber of Com- merce. "Texas is the only State where temperature, humidity and soil are equally suited to the distinctively Southern crops in conjunction with all the grains fruits and forage plants of the more Northern States, and likewise to the prolific breeding of all kinds of farm animals." * "Texas is a State of such magnifi- cent distances—an empire within it- self—that proper investigation of its mineral resources would require not a few days, but a few years. It would require considerable hardihood to definitely state that any mineral is lacking. In every section we found a vast amount of matter indi- cating the existence of various econ- omic minerals, and in almost every section it seems to me that further exploration i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

Tttfc # ttftAOT seas Local News j£? Items George L. muse was in from his ranch yesterday. Hardin Russell vas in from the Escarbada division of the XIT's yesterday. Go to W. W. Meeks for watch and jewelry repairing. He also carries a nice stock of watches and jewelry for sale. 13tf Rat Jowell is a frequent caller in town now, since he has disposed of his cattle. We would be pleased to cee him move to town and become •one of us. The ladies of Hereford and vicinity are cordially invited to call at our new store and inspect our stock of millinery. Everything up-to-date and prices right. W.H.Stone. 13tf W. A. Hubbard, who owns a ranch twenty-five miles south of Hereford in Castro county, was a business caller in town Tuesday. He said that the recent rains in this section did not strike his place. W. L. Gibson, a prosperous ranch- man from Endee, N. M., and who formerly lived at Dimmitt, was a pleasant and appreciated caller at this office Wednesday, becoming a paid-up subscriber to The B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

THE # BRAND SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. Is. lor la- jr- te- Everybody Enjoyed Themselves— Park to Be Improved. A more delightful day could not have been picked out for having a picnic than was last Tuesday, and the different Sunday schools and their visiting friends enjoyed them- selves to the fullest extent. In the morning the different Sun- day school organizations met at their respective churches and marched to the picnic grounds—at the Dewey avenue crossing of the Tierra Blanco river. Judge L. Gough acted in the capacity of marshal and delegated Dr. R. M. Johnson and J. W. Hough as his orderlies. Arriving at the grounds the pic- nicers had the pleasure of witnessing J. W. Fewell's traction engine and train climb the hill on its way to Plainview. The program as printed in last week's Brand was carried out and recitations were rendered by Maggie Harria, Marion Aten and Presley Dyer. At this gathering was seen the dire need of a suitable place for this sort of recreation and different co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

THE # BRAND The jz? Brand A Weekly Journal D«vot«d to th# Interests of the Panhandle Country of Texas Editor and Pabllahcr At last the court house grounds are to be supplied with a well and windmill and tank for the proper irrigation of the trees and shrubbery which have been planted thereon. * The Hereford College is now an assured fact, work having been com- menced on the foundation this week. It is now up to the very few workers against the project to go way back and sit down. * This section was visited by a glorious rain last Saturday and Sun- day and as a consequence our far- mers and business men are happy. The lakes in the vicinity of Hereford are filled up, which settles the water question for the cattle shippers. * Hereford is growing rapidly, new business blocks and residences are springing up all over the town as if by magic. Prospectors are thick and are buying our ranch prop- erties and are building homes in town, so that their children may en- joy the advantages of our...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

THE # BRAND 4 TN the absence of our cuts this week we will give a list of fees which will govern in the future; and let it be understood that I use nothing but the very best materials that are made my alloys never tarnish my teeth are cast on platinum pins, and my prices prevail with the BEST Dentists of the country: Devitalizing Nerve and Filling Canals $1.00 White Alloy Filling* ....$ 1.00 to $ 2.00 Gold Fillings 2.00 and up Gold Crowns, 28 to 30 gauge, carved cusp* 7.S0 to $10.00 Richmond Crowns 7.50 to Logan Crowns f. Bridge Work is governed by number put in Gold Plates, according to gauge 50.00 to 75.00 Aluminum Plates 20.00 to 35.00 Rubber Plates 10.00 to 15.00 Celluloid Plates 15.00 Obturator or Artificial Palate 50.00 to 150.00 Making Interdental Splints 15.00 to Treatment of Pyorhaea Alveolar! Operation for Abcess of Antrum of Highmore 5.00 to Painless Extraction Setting Fractures of the Jaw 25.00 to Reducing Dislocation Lower Jaw Removing Sarcomas 5.00 and up Replanting Te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

THE # BRAND Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf A. J. Lipscomb went to Amarillo Wednesday on business. . Sam Henderson of Amarillo was in town Wednesday on business. Dr. Robertson is doing a fine piece of bridge work for Dr. C. P. Estes. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newman spent Sunday among friends at Canyon. F. H. Britain and family were in town Tuesday in attendance at the Sunday school picnic, J. M. Myers of Cooke county is a prospector in town, being registered at the Hereford House. Misses Lallah Hill and Alma Hamilton of Dimmitt were in town Wednesday on their way to visit Amarillo friends. L. D. Thomason, the Amarillo piano dealer, was in town Wednes- day having a new set of teeth put in by the Hereford Dental Parlors. Frank Gamble has just received a new delivery wagon and is driyjlng two horses. He is now prepased do all kinds Ói^arcel delivering on short notice. ' \ / Do you want a sumn>6r hat? We have the latest in ufi-to-date milli- nery, and would b^ pleased to shjfw them to y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

Ttt£ m fekAm re Pe. st It '& ie bn k ir )f 5t )r F7 je ®r ig- Id. DOUBLE WEDDING. ieremony in lony Two of Hereford's Most Popular Young Couples Were Married Last Sunday. One of the prettiest marriage cer- emonies took place last Sunday on the banks of the Tierra Blanco near the ranch house of G. R. Jowell, -when Miss Dora McDonald of New- port and Emmett £. Rice and Miss Johnnie Johnson and Joe Killough of Hereford were joined together in the holy bonds of Hymen. Rev. H. B. McGee performed the an impressive manne taking place at abo Miss McDonald year been a teachi High School and by manner has made herself with pupils and patrons alike, the other bride, Miss Johnson, being the charming niece of J. A. John- son, the groceryman. Mr. Rice is the well known and popular deputy county clerk of Deaf Smith county, while Mr. Kil- lough is a member of the confection- ery firm of Killough & Montgomery, he also holding a county position, being the efficient treasurer. Among those prese...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

, ' i ' '\y.' ' 1 4 ■ \ y , * " Vó;.'.'-V V * THE J* BRAND • z Local - £? News JZ t Items T. M. Palmer was in town Mon- day on business. Take your fresh eggs to the Here- ford restaurant and receive the highest cash prices. 14tf T. C. Bunch, the well kjown drug drummer, was in town Monday doing business with our druggists. Nó more credit in the oil or ioe business, must be strictly cash. Ice tickets for sale. TroyWomble. 14tf Judge J no. E. Ferguson went to the C. W. Mills ranch, twenty-five milles north of town, Monday on business. L. W. Ricketts was in from his ranch on Monday, haying spent Sun- day with his family who reside on the south side of the river. Killough 8c Mont gome selling home-r , <3 H. ftfcg I xyakcr of"* J. D. Burkett was a business cal- ler in town Saturday. W. P. Rambo was in from the Palmer & Avis ranch Monday after supplies. See Troy Womble for ice. He will deliver it at He per pound. Phone 76. lOtf Dr. T. J. Estes' new business block north of the telep...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

THE BRAND ] er |>n. )tf lis kce in- Ihe jr. >ld led Ie. ton g- >t£ tor jds She Lnd hi >r IT kan |r Local ^ News Items R.M.JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Catarrhal Affrctions a Specialty. All calls attended to day or night. Telephone at residence, No. 33. Hereford - - - - - Texas. C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'Phone No. 82 Office at Gough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open. Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival o£ train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 23 May 1902

mmm mm MM ■£ THE # BRAND Local ^ News Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Have your picture taken at Meeks. 13ti Miss Zella Avis left Saturday on a visit to friends at Wichita Falls. Will the party who borrowed my shot gun please return it? Sam H. Morris. 8tf A. P. Murchison, a real estate man of Hereford, was in town several days last week.—Quanah Tribune- Chief. We have just received three cars of wire. Call and get prices. Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Com- pany. Stf Miss Dora Rambo, who has. been stopping in town for the past few weeks, returned Saturday to her home at Quanah. Felix Franklin, the well known. Amarillo livestock commission agent, came in Sunday and registered at the Hereford House, For Sale—1 3-4 inch Marcy eyl inder. Been in use two years. Will sell cheap. Inquire at Johnson & Ferguson's grain store. 8tf W. D. Keliehor was a pleasant caller at this office on Monday, He came in to make final proof on his ranch land, southeast of town. W. B. Phillips, who now resid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

A WeeKlx Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas izizssxit TZZSZt. Tasssassszasz. •Sab* ve:{r."°" Per Ye.r $1.50 6 Months .75 3 «' ' .40 1 Copy .05 in clubs of five To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vvHUing Ratal Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, lOcentsper line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN advance Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Th« Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, MAY 30, 1902 No. 15 All Over the Panjiandie A fire of an incendiary origin oc- curred in Wichita*Falls May 17. A local option election will be held in Montague county on June 7. It is said that fifty more good carpenters can find steady employ- ment at Amarillo. Nearly all the papers in the Pan- handle, except the Seymour Banner, report good rains. Rev. Addison Clark,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE # BRAND JÜ P5sl i ?<; :■% For Fine Work in . pee Mini and it SEE PRIEST THE PAINTER A Defeated Candidate. The friends of a Kansafe editor Wanted to run him for office, but the editor declined the honor, giving the following explanation < "While a resident of Thomas county, this state, we were induced to run for office. We v laid aside every weight, also a good . sixteen- inch stirring plow that had been in the habit of steering across the undulating prairies with more or less alacrity, and after giving our wife permission to do the chores, we ran. We ran without interruption until the first Tuesday in November, and then some friend came to us and advised us to stop. They also kindly informed us that we had failed to get unto ourself the re- quisite number of votes necessary to draw the salary. We didn't mind losing the salary a bit; it didn't amount to as much as the Sunday morning collection for foreign mis- sions, but we hated like Sam Hill to be beat by a sickly looking...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE BRAND i> We are pleased to announce in this week's issue of The Brand the candidacy of Roscoe Harris for the office of treasurer of Deaf Smith county. Mr. Harris is a native of Illinois. In 1886 he moved to Cedar county, Mo., where he resided until 1893,when he moved to Collin county, Texas. Here he remained* for a period of five years, when he came to the conclusion that the plains was the place for a young man. Acting upon this wise decision he moved to Hereford, which was then in its in- fancy as a town, and engaged in the feed, grain land coal business, which he later sold out to A. J. Lipscomb. The business he founded is still in existence, being carried on now by the Hereford Gram and Coal Com- pany, Messrs. Beach, Hay and Camp comprising the firm. After selling out this business he engaged in the cattle and stock farming bus- iness, which enterprise he is still en- gaged in. As a business man he has been very successful, commanding the confidence of all by his ability ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE # BRAND flQWBPnitQtS. County Clerk Deaf Smith County. EMMETT R, RICE. W. B. BEACH. J. H. Collins, of the contracting firm of Holland & Collins, has our thanks for $1.50 on subscription to The Brand. Ellam Hartsell of Dimmitt was in town Tuesday having some needed dental work done at the Hereford Dental Parlors. S. M. Sears, who- represents the Manhattan Life Insurance Company in this district, had his name enrolled on our subscription list this week. Prof. J. H. Mowry of Childress came in Tuesday and is looking over ,our section of the country. He is registered at the Hereford House. J. H. Holland and J. H. Collins have formed a co-partnership for the purpose of doing a general contract- ing and building business. See their new adv in this issue of The Brand. The Hereford Nursery has a new adv in this issue. When in need of anything in that line our people would do well to buy of this nursery as their trees, shrubbery, etc., are grown here and is therefore accli- mated and l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE ^ BRAND if by rch ln-as a leir in- of It ler- |at- )le )e- of re- tad de isc I on lot [or Y. R. L. Ball was in from his ranch on Wednesday. Miss Abbie Hubbard returned last week from Goodnight, where she has been attending college. Holland & Collins have secured the contract to erect a five-room residence for Mrs. Burns on her lots on Sampson avenue, west of the court house. Randolph Clark came in Tuesday from Lancaster, He will remain until the erection of his new resi- dence is under way. He will build on his lots in the Evants addition. Tom W. Simpson, well known throughout the Panhandje as a saddle maker, is npw employed in Guy Gamble's saddle shop, where he would be pleased to see his many friends in tl"-is section of the country when they are in need of anything in his line. G. A. F. Parker of Claude, who will be the manager of the new Smith, Walker & Co. bank at this place, came in Friday to look after the interests of the new institution of finance, He has come h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE BRAND Í The Brand A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of tHe Panhandle Country of Texas FRANK L. VA Editor and NDERBURCH Publisher We say incorporate by all means. J Now that we have established wtthin our town a nursery there is no excuse for treeless yards. We agree with the motto of the late J. Sterling Morton, which was "plant trees." J* Our farmers and stockmen were never in#a more jubilant mood. And why shouldn't they be joyful? Co- pious rains have insured an excellent season and large crops of all kinds are assured. Many visiting cattlemen who were here last spring express surprise at the rapid growth and progressiveness of Hereford. If they are astonished now, what will be their feelings when they visit us again next year? J* We heard a prospector remark re- cently that this was the most beau- tiful country he had ever visited. And the fine rains we have been en- joying this spring did not serve to make him change his mind either. The Amarillo Daily Champion of Ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

Ur- ial in ;re jn. THE BRAND = TN the absence of our cuts this week we will give a list of fees which will govern in the future; and let it be understood that 2^ I use nothing but the very best materials that are mads, my alloys never tarnish, my teeth are cast on platinum pins, and my prices prevail with the BEST Dentists of he country: Devitalizing Nerve and Filling Canals $1.00 White Alloy Fillings $ 1.00 to $ 2.00 Gold Fillings 2.00 and up Gold Crowns, 28 to 30 gauge, carvcd cusps 7.50 to $10.00 Richmond Crowns 7.50 to 10.00 Logan Crowns 5,00 Bridge Work is governed by number put in Gold Plate ,according to gauge 50.00 to 75.00 Aluminum Plates 20.00 to 35.00 Rubber Plates 10,00 to 15.00 Celluloid Plates >, 15,00 PHONE 65 50.00 to 150.00 15.00 to 25,00 Obturator or Artificial Palate Making Interdental Splints Treatment of Pyorhuea Alveolaris Operation for Abcess of Antrum of Highmore 5,00 to Painless Extraction Setting Fractures of the Jaw 25.00 to Reducing Dislocation Lower J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

p=- ■kb 5T ■pi THE BRAND Local News ^ Items F. M. Avis was in from his ranch Wednesday on business. Grayson Bell of Dimmitt was a pleasant caller in town Saturday. J. D, Tucker of OYO ranch was registered at the Hereford House Wednesday. Jack Harwell of the Hereford Manufacturing Company spent Sun- day at Portales, N. M. We have the largest assortment of stationery ever brought to Here- ford. Killough & Montgomery. 9tf Ben Wofford received the sad in- telligence this week that his mother, who resides at Albany, was seriously ill. T. H. Collins of Wichita county is among the prospectors registered at the Hereford House, having arrived Wednesday. L. T. Lester, president of the Stockman's Bank of Canyon, was in town Wednesday on business, being registered at the Hereford House. L. R. Bradly was in from his Tierra Blanco ranch Wednesday on on business, He says that the river is the highest now that he has ever seen it. Are you- needing some painting done? If so, we would like to fur...

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