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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

mmiNuiun * >* i L CAN PLEASE YOU of IS Our stock GROCERIES so complete and our goods so FRESH that we have no hesitancy in saying that we can please everyone. «£ <£ «* Our policy is to sell THE BEST GROCERIES for the LEAST money If you will investi- gate, you will find this to be our re- cord. jqo. 0. Johnson Hertford, this *= NEWSPAPER MAN IMPRESSED. Editor of Independence (Iowa) Bul- letin Speaks Favorably of Here- ford and Panhandle. "If we can judge a country by its towns, then there is ample evidence that plenty of people have faith that the Panhandle is entering a long and continuous stretch of prosperity, for they are springing up everj where and growing like the weeds in an Iowa corn field. The town of Here- ford, 8 miles from our stopping place, visited Saturday by Mr. Chester, S. S. Wilson, of Des Moines, and my- self, is a fair sample. It is in the southeast corner and the county seat of Deaf Smith county. When the last census was taken Hereford had not sufficient p...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

TU BSRBFOED 1KAM H. B. HcKINLEY :r\,.VT - . 7." J. D. THOriPSON near Hereford. We Have the Land in Large or Small located in Deaf Smith and adjoining counties, have some special bargains ALEX O. THOMPSON • • •• • • • • Correspondence solicited J. D. THOMPSON & COMPANY Real Estate and Live Stock * Methodist Church Improvements. The Methodist congregation are having their church thoroughly over- hauled this week. The ladies of the Aid Society are decorating the interior with beautiful new wall paper and will put new carpeting in the choir, altar and aisles. The men are painting the exterior and will repair the cupola. Gas lights are also being installed. With these much netded improvements added the Methodist church will presrnt a beautiful appearance. Panhandle Summer Normal. The Panhandle Summer Normal, authorized by the State Department of Education, will open its 1907 term June 25, and will close July 30, at Clarendon, Texas, with a strong faculty of experienced teach- ers. W....

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

THE H1RBF0RD BRAND Have just received a car of New Moline and Burr Oak Wagons, a new shipment of Garland Stoves and Ranges, and also the new up-to-date Insurance Gasoline Stoves—the latest improvement in gasoline stoves. A full line of John Deere Planters, Cultivators, Plows and Harrows. Come and see us for anything in the line of General Hardware, Barbed Wire, Harness and the well known Sampson, Wood, Star and Leader Windmills. Room mouldings and wall paper at -Black's. ltf If you want a bargain see Park & Bourn. Come to Baraett's Cream Parlors when'in need of refreshments. 13tf Dry goods and notions at about ihalfrprice at Ralph Baraett's. 16-It Mrs. W. D. Keliehor returned Tuesday froa an outing at Mineral Wells. Don't worry about the profit, it's all gone oa dry goods at Baraett's. ,'Jno. McFarling, of Chil&ress, is .here this week visiting his son, Dr. C. W. McFarling. Boys don1!! buy pants, tnnderwear and shirts until you see crer line— will save yac money. J. G. Cal- ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

TU HBRXTOB NUVD The Brand J. RAY. Céfttor fwnfUlo O. K. TBONAIt CWr MiUf Official Org* for Dmí BmitU •a4 CMIM Entered April 17, 1901, M ««cond-cla —H matter, post office at Hereford, Texaa, Act of Congress of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1907 JUNE FOURTH, OUR HOLIDAY. Elsewhere in this issue will be found the proclamation of our mayor in which Tuesday, June 4th. is named as a holiday for all citizens. It is recommended that this day be de- voted to the improvement of our sanitation by each one thoroughly cleaning his premises from the front gate to the back alley. Such a proclamation is, we must confess, somewhat out of the ordi- nary, but therejcertainly must be some just and reasonable cause for such a procedure. Let us investigate to see if we can ascertain the cause. Have you taken a reasonably accurate glance at your premises lately ? If so, was everything in just that order that best preserves civic beauty? Or may we furt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

m HEREFORD fiRAWD THE WESTEBK HHIIOHBL BBKK of Hereford, Texas $ % Don't be Too Proud To start a bank account because you have not a very large amount of cash. The Western National Bank has many moderate accounts on its books and ex- tends the same courtesy and accomodations to that class of depositors as it does to the larger ones. We call attention to the following semi-an- nual statements' which shows the growth of this bank and the financial growth of its customers. This Bank Opened for Business July, ist, 1903 Deposits at the end of six months • $51,300.62 Deposits it the end of one year - 55,959.21 Deposite at the end of eighteen months 90,016.08 Deposits at the end of two years • $104,628.68 Deposits at the end of 2 1-2 years - 220,466.42 Deposits at the end of three years • 263,146.89 Deposits January 1st, 1907 - $326,927.68 * Mrs. G. A. F. Parker left mon- day for a few days visit to her par- ents at Belton. Miss Henrietta Marshall and little sister Nannie went to Tezico Su...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

HOOD GIMES • ••J !••• v Many men with limited purses are spending more money on clothes than they should. They have an idea that to dress well, their gar- ments must be made to meas- ure. We're converting more men of the made-to-order type with Schwab's $15.00 Special than any garments we've ever shown. They're hand-made, fit perfectly, and ready to pjt on. Nothing better anywhere at $15, $18 and $20. New line just received. New line of R. & W. Fancy Vests for Men just re- ceived. Price $2.50 Geo. A. Stambaugh Hereford. Texas Dissolution Notice. The partnership heretofore exist- ing between M. A. Lamkin and A. H. Morris in the M. A. Lamkin Land Company is this day by mutual consent dissolved, both parties re- tiring and sharing equally in all un- finished business of the old firm. Signed at. Hereford, Texas, this the 10th day of May, 1907. M. A. Lamkin. 14-4t A. H. Morris. Your choice any pair pants in Barnett's store for $1.45, are worth up to $3.50 per pair. 16-It Notice. I wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

TBI Bl&XVORD IliVD * f I WE ARE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS Til STÁfl and will appreciate any business given us, either as a seller or buyer. Our charges are only five per cent commission on sales made. If you have any large tracts of land for sale, ,Iist them with us, as we have several calls for them. Our motto is square dealings with all customers. [PARK & BOURNI Cyclone In Eastern Texas. During the past week there have been several destructive cyclones in Eastern Texas in which there have been a number of lives lost and a great amount of property destroyed. The most destructive cyclones were the ones that passed over Wills Point about fifty miles east of Dallas last Saturday evening and at Emory a small town in Hunt county, at about the same time. At Wills Point there were four persons killed and the loss of property is estimated at about $75,000, at Emory six peo- ple, three whites and three negroes, were killed and twenty houses des- troyed. At both places the work of ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

T*« HUtirORD nun* $15.00 160 $15.00 160 $15.00 160 $14.00 160 $15.00 160 $15.00 Good well and windmill 160 $15.00 160 $14.00 160 $15.00 80 acre field [1 house 640 120 acre $15.00 $15.00 THE WELL KNOWN -A- RANCH Of Castro County; with its shallow water and alfalfa valleys, is now being placed on the market in small tracts to suit pur- chasers. Price $13.00 and $15.00 per acre. Terms, one third cash, balance in four payments at 6 per cent interest, interest payable annually. It is located fifteen miles south of Hereford, eight miles north-east of Dimmitt, the county seat of Castro County, and seven miles east of the Panhandle Short Line Railroad, now in course of construction, and is in the shallow water belt. The deepest water on the en- tire tract is 160 feet, and the shallowest 60 feet. This is good average plains land and is in a good neighbor- hood. A little calculation will show you that you can- not afford not to own land at these prices. 160 acres at $15.00 per acre is $2,400....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

Pllíraillll i BlSilISS GUIS JNO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. W. J. ROGERS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . . . Office at Coulson's Drug Store Residence Phone 77 Office ¿hone 105 ii C. G. Wlherspoon W. CauJ« Wlherspoon C. 0. Witberspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands * Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.' Lands C. L. Davis J no. W. DeAtley c. B. Oxendlne HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY DEALERS IN City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. B. W. MILLER & SON .Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. GEO. W. BARCUS attorney-at-law Hereford, Texas Office in Western National Bank building L. GOUGH General Immigration notary public Hereford, - - - Texas DR. C. W. McFARLING physician and surgeon •Office at Park's Drug Store Hereford, Texas Residence 'Phone No. 138 E. F. Connell W. D. Kellehor ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 May 1907

«t-T iM t?' H|w v ni nmou nm MONEY THAT GOES FOR PLUMBING That is if you get the right kind of Plumbing. I« well spent. We have yet to learn of anybody finding fault with either our work or our bills. And we have done work for some pretty par- ticular people too. Doesn't that indicate that it would be a good plan for you to give us your next job? Of course it does. SEWELL (Si BRAZIL Proposed Amendment to the State - Constitution Providing for the Creation of Improvement Dis- tricts in Certain Cities. Joint Resolution amending Section 9, of Article 8, of the Constitution of the State of Texas, providing for the creation of improvement districts in cities of more than five thousand inhabitants, and charg- ing the cost of certain improvements made therein against the abutting property. Section 1. Be it Resolved by the Legislature or the State ob Texas: That Section 9 of Article 8 of the Constitu- tion of the State of Texas, be so amended as to hereafter read as follows: SEC. 9. The Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

The Hereford Brand Vol. 7 HEREFORD. TEXAS. JUNE 7. 1907 No. 17 =====35* i ' WE ARE ONE YEAR OLD 1 906 TODAY 1 907 I ONE year ago today we opened what was called "The New Furniture Store." We wish to thank our friends and cus- tomers for the help they have given us ih making our store what it is, The Largest and Most Complete Fur= niture Store in the Panhandle. To show our appreciation of your trade and friendship we have arranged to make all Ladies who call at our store in the next 30 days a useful present. People who contemplate buy- ing in the near future we wish to say that our Mr. Houck left for Grand Rapids, Mich., the largest furniture market center in the world, on June 6th, where he will buy several cars of Fall Goods. Anyone wishing any special design in any kind of furniture will do well to speak to him about it, and he will get it for you if it is to be had. We now have in stock a complete line of everything in Furniture. We wish to thank our many customers, old and new, ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

TEX BIftSrOftDMUKD ONE MORE CAR OF ENTERPRISE RUGGIES Just received. We can please you in STYLE and FINISH and we GUARANTEE the QUAL- ITY. We arc showing Stylish Top Buggies, Nobby Runabouts, Servicable Phaetons and Surries. Call in and look them over. It's our pride and pleasure to show them. The Great Majestic Ranges are a constant source of delight and satisfaction both to the LADY of the HOUSE and the LADY IN THE KITCHEN. The Quick-Meal Gasoline Range is the Summer Queen of the kitchen. Easy to operate, easy to clean, no smoke, no ashes, self generators. Reasonable in price. See them. Remember we carry the Biggest, Best and Most Com- florehge wh60h8 plete line of Hardware and sell it to you for lower prices than any firm in Hereford. eclipse wiulls Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. CIVIC LEAGUE MEETS. Prizes To Be Awarded on Best Kept Premises By Septem- ber First. Beautiful America Club of Here- ford met on Tuesday evening at the court house. A fine meeting was had, five new members wer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

ra uurou mu « II AI 1 í - , 1 - 1 " ■- _L ; ■ ■ —i— ■■ - ... -- - ■ p " - ■ I ■ iniin LI II n I WE ABE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TI) STAY and will appreciate any business given us, either as a seller or buyer. Our charges are only five per cent commission on sales made. If you have any large tracts of land for sale, list them with us, as we have several calls for them. Our motto is square dealings with all customers. A R K & B O U R Ñ| East Hereford Items. Quite a rain visited our locality last week and everyone seemed to enjoy it, which also gave the farmers a little rest. J. B. Storm and J. W. Hendrix made a business trip to Hereford one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swarts visited with J. L. Crum Friday and Saturday of last week, and returned home Sunday evening. Quite a large crowd attended the Sunday school at the Rickett's school house Sunday and everyone seemed to be deeply interested in their work. Wash Storm came home Friday to meet his sister, Miss Evelyn, who ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

i0mfm 'tr* ¿tífu *y TU mmuiun -i'sai * $15.00 53* 160 4*1 J IW • 160 •^eZí^u 3^ / 160 íPRW^ 160 *ts.oa 160 $15.00.. Good well and windmill 160 S1M9- 160 ^a5F5§3 160 80 acre field [] house &J. v 640 120 acre A Of Castro County; with its shallow water and alfalfa valleys, is now being placed on the market in small tracts to suit pur- chasers. Price $13.00 and $15.00 per acre. Terms, one third cash, balance in four payments at 6 per cent interest, interest payable annually. , $tóJM) i a 3/ O 160 160 tts.00 * r r, V f $1-^00 160 ■fcMvQO 160 $13.00 fiftM .320 120 It is located fifteen miles south of Hereford, eight miles north-east of Dimmitt, the county seat of Castro County, and seven miles east of the Panhandle Short Line Railroad, now in course of construction, and is in the shallow water belt. The deepest water on the en- tire tract is 160 feet, and the shallowest 60 feet. This is good average plains land and is in a good neighbor* hood. A little calculation will show you that y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

MB BSMVOM) IRAKD '"f ''fe-'l > The INSURANCE" Gasoline Range THE ONLY SAFE GASOLINE STOVE No ashes to carry—No heat in the Kitchen- Safer than a coal oil lamp. Always ready- Turn a valve and light a match—that's all. Impossible to make it explode. Oven bakes perfectly. ASK TO HAVE IT EX- PLAINED. 41 ill Build Cement Walks. Some time ago the Brand started an honor roll of those of our citizens who put in sidewalks along their residence property. This roll has grown until on it are found a great number of our resident owners from every portion of town. Some few we may have overlooked but we have kept pretty well up with the sidewalk builders. The most recent additions we have to this are, Joe Carter, B. S. Arnold and J. M. Bogard, all three of whom are putting down ce- ment walks. Joe Carter is having his walk laid along the east and south fronts of his residence property in West Hereford and Messrs. Ar- nold and Bogard along the front of theirs in the northern part of town. We are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

ii.i'É TBB HEREFORD NLAMD Brand r. Ultor m4 InhMm O.K.THOMAJ, Cltr MI W MHk MMl CMtr# CmbMm Entered April 17, 1901, m Mcwd-claM MÜ natter, port office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1179. I I i It Í I I Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, JUNE 7 *9<>7 IT MAKES US BLUSH. The Brand has always been in- clined to look upon Hereford as be- ing far in advance of her sister Pan- handle towns in most, if not every respect, but a visit to Canyon City l&st week reveals the inevitable fact that that progressive city has at least passed us in one particular, viz : in the construction of substan- tial concrete sidewalks. A walk of standard size has been placed around the entire square and the city coun- cil, of which Geo. Abbott formerly of this county is a member, has done some work worthy of emulation in the construction of cement crossings with culverts made of the same material. Not only has this useful work been well executed in the busi-...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

rax HsitroM) braid TIE WESTEBIHBTIOHHL Wl of Hereford, Texas s $ Don't be Too Proud To start a bank account because you have not a very large amount of cash. The Western National Bank has many moderate accounts on its books and ex- tends the same courtesy and accomodations to that class of depositors as it does to the larger ones. We call attention to the following semi-an- nual statements' which shows the growth of this bank and the financial growth of its customers. This Bank Opened for Business July, ist, 1903 Deposits at the end of six months - $S1,300.62 Deposits tt the end of one year 55,959.21 Deposite at the end of eighteen months 90,016.08 Deposits at the end of two years $104,628.68 Deposits at the end of 2 1-2 years 220,466.42 Deposits at the end of three years 263,146.89 Deposits January 1st, 1907 $326,927.68 O. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier Mrs. C. S. Garrison went to Ama- rillo Tuesday for a few days visit with her parents. Hand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

¿-.¿M s _ na Dressmakers Sometimes Re- ceive Too Much Credit as Well as Too Much Blame And Here's Why! Dressmakers cut their cloth to fit your figure. Don't they? And if the dress is a "dream," they get the credit, don't they? But if it looks "sloppy," they're blamed, aren't they? USUALLY, cred- it or blame should be given the CORSET, for that is the foundation of a perfectly fitting cos- tume. ; 4 Henderson Corsets made""in the most approved styles, are the proper foundation for a perfectly fitting gown. These cor- sets, while extremely stylish, are comfortable and more durable than any other. Let us show you some of the new models ranging in prices from $1.00 to $1.75. Have new lot in all sizes. Geo. A. Stambaugh Hereford, Texas Junior League Picnic. The Junior Leaguers, chaperoned by Mrs. Chas. Hamilton their leader, and Mrs. Patton, Misses Beemer and Riley, took a day off Tuesday and hied themselves to Sulphur Park for a picnic and fishing excursion, and t<*|$ar them tell abo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

■ 1J jj TUB HBKS70RD BRAID ■ee*eo **3=*ce^ee**aB ■¡■■II -F-wp - West Texas Greatest Furniture Store It's a Live Fish That Swims Up Stream The "Bee Hive-like" activity of our place would indicate to anyone that we are fully alive and pushing. We I I handle furniture. We do not KEEP it~We SELL it. i ~ m Ease and Comfort is what we all aspire to. Who is there will select a stone to sleep on when they can just as well have a Sealey or Os- temoor mattress? No one. It's just so with our Furniture It's a known fact they're superior in most respects. It's an uncontroverted fact that they're less in price than they can be bought elsewhere. Sufficient reason, isn't it, to buy here? If it is, do it now while our stock is large. Let our place be your Headquarters WE have inaugurated GREAT plans for June, July and August's business. We want one thousand families of our pleased customers, in Hereford and surrounding country, to call at our place and help us perfect our plans. That means we want y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 June 1907

— to nurou mm J. D. THOriPSON H. B. flcKINLEY ALEX 0. THOMPSON ■We Have the Land in Large or Small Tracts located in Deaf Smith and adjoining counties, have some special bargains near Hereford. Correspondence solicited J. D. THOMPSON & COMPANY Real Estate and Live Stock Miss Warren Entertains. Miu Sudabel Warren, assisted by Miss Josephine, entertained a crowd of her friends at the home of her sister Mrs. G. W. Barcus in West Hereford on last Friday evening. The popular game of forty-two was the principle amusement of the evening and this was played pro- pressively. In the halls and parlor were arranged six tables and the couples were matched for the first game 6y passing around to th? boys and girls neat score cards giving the number of the table and couples. After partners were selected the signal for the game was sounded and it was entered into with a great deal of enthusiasm and merriment, the winning couples moving from time to time until seven games were played. At the clo...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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