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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 December 1903

THE BHAMD 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 T. J. Graves & Co. have made several nice sales recently. 42 W. N. Rutherford left Monday for Whitney, for a few weeks' visit. Two good houses to rent. See Hereford Land & Abstract Co. 41 Buy your school supplies at Burns & Smith's. 35tf Try some of the home-made candy at City Bakery. 36tf John McKnight of Amarillo was i:; Hereford Monday on business. Prof. W. B. Parks spent Sunday in Claude, returning Monday morn- ing. The Clark Dairy Co. can supply you with good sweet milk and butter. 44tf T. J. Sanders and family came in Saturday afternoon from Grayson county and will make Hereford their home. D. B. Dodson of Umbarger came in Monday after supplies...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

t«b. Scrlption Ratea Per Year $1.00 6 Months .SO 3 " .25 IN CLUBS OK StX To six different addresses, $5.00 tássízzz&íz. A Weekly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas Display, 50 c«nrs Ser inch month!) To Discounts los time or space Local reading no- tices, 5 cents per line, each in •¡ertion. [ E K M S, CASH IN ADVANCE Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable tothe 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 ITol. 3 HEREFORD, TEXAS, DECEMBER 25, 1903 No. 45 * 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- poses, of cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 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 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 /in out I T E. W. ISlKI Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. Troy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf Lined gloves and mittens for men at E. W. Harrison's. 43 Mrs. P. C. Pylant of Boom was in the city Saturday shopping. We sell fine, thick "whip" cream for 15c per pint. 'Phone .38. 43 Judge Kerr of Dimmitt was mixing with friends on our streets Monday. If your tank leaks or your pipe is frozen see Bell Bros. They can fix it. 44-2t W. S. Tyler, living nine miles east of town, was in on business Tuesday. When you want something good to eat go to the City Bakery, Geo. W. Eag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

irgery :trical e at •e 3ne 26 Store is ). ases of seases reated Is at- night. BOUSE n, th< throa ;reforc >£ eacl )lease< ñtizen is line úentifi' 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, Í904. vit *ie *£ *£ oe at HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. For fine pigs at reasonable see Troy Worable. prices 50-tf isease >uth indere rlors i ling ence 1 J. E. Robertson went to Amarillo Wednesday afternoon on business. A. P. Murchison went up to Ama- rillo Wednesday afternoon on busi- ness. Jno. E. Ferguson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

I#': THE BRAND fay. *WWWWW*WyWWWWWWyWWWWWWVWWWWWWWI GREATEST EVENT 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 more1* words of encouragement and appreciative expressions from our citizenship during the last few months than ever before. Allow us just here to thank cne and all for past liberal patronage and we accord to all a warm welcome to visit our store at all times. ,.*4 «.«4 ,_•* ,.«■& ,< ^ BELOW WE MENTION A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS ■hmi> un riir nun—> I jf'd Koom Suite jJcpi show a line that will do rtment Here w< :redit to :.t town c ten ~ C a" _ o *X Our prices range from $90,00 do thousand. to v22.SU 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 Debarment- A queen would smi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

Se ■* I Deaf Ter- [ither pnt to Jiving resi- |unty. tax this inks. r' THE BRAMO A few Womble. fine pigs cheap. Troy 50-tf Charles Hodges was a business visitor to Hereford Tuesday. Complete line Xmas nuts, apples and candies ready for you at J. W. Martin's. 43 J. R. Higgms and wife were in from their ranch ten miles north of town Tuesday. Big German millet seed for $1 per bushel before January 1st, at J. 0. Lindsey's ranch. ltp Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gass re- turned Wednesday from a visit with relatives at Keen, Texas. Our holiday assortment of neck- wear will soon be here. Come early and get the pick. E. W. Harri- son. 43 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hopson re- turned Wednesday from Amarillo where they had been visiting rela- tives. For a perfect fit, good workman- ship and extra good quality of cloth in a suit of clothes or overcoat see C. L. Davis. 29tf Frank Gamble came in Wednes- day from Alamogordo, N. M., to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Gamble. What for a Christ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

THE BRAND The Brand Official Organ for Deaf Smith and Castro Counties Published Every Friday by VANDERBURGH (& RAY Editors and Proprietors CORRESPONDENTS, GREETING! As the old year is now drawing to a close and before our next issue, will forever be buried with the Dead Past, we wish to extend to you our heartfelt thanks for the valuable aid you have rendered us. With your assistance, we have been able to furnish our readers with news of in- terest from all parts of our imme- diate section, without which our paper would not have been complete as a local news giver. As we are now about to step forth and assume new duties in a new year, we have just one request to make—that our correspondents will all put forth an effort to send in re- ports from their respective communi- ties every week. If there is but lit- tle to write, we shall be glad to get that little. We wish you all a merry Christ- mas and a happy New Year. In order that we may not be com- pelled to spend Christmas Day in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

THE BRAND j t a j ? i Christmas Tide. [written for the brand] "There's a star in the sky!" And its lustre has lighted the isles of the sea, And has scattered the shadows for you and for me; And its rays point us hack to the birth of the cfoild Who lay in the manger pure, sinless and mild. May it lead to His throne thro' the ages afar— <Tis the Bethlehem star! There is light o'er the land! It has spread from the courts of His splen- dor afar, Where the angels descending left heaven's gate ajar, As they came with glad tidings of Him who was born In the city of David that ;irst Christmas morn. And no darkness of sin can the glory with- stand Of this light in the land! There's a song in the air! And its notes are the sweetest that human can hear, As buoyant, ecstatic, they fall on the ear From the lips of the angels, again and again They carol the message of "Good will to men!" List, 0, list to the song as it sweeps o'er the earth! 'Tis the song of His birth! There is peace on the ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

otpn ' ; y't .'■ */ ' • ;, * . ■ . THE BRAND A Clean, 16-Page Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Up-Building of Here- ford and Surrounding Country. Has the Larg- est Guaranteed Circula- tion of any Paper Pub- lished in the Panhandle of Texas. Valued for its Class of Readers. Offi- cial Organ of Deaf Smith and Castro Counties. Subscription Price $1.00 Best Equipped Office in The Panhandle Up-To-Date Job Printing. Prompt Delivery and Quick Service. Making Impressions on Paper is' Not Always Good Print- ing. Our Printing Makes Good Impressions on all who see it. Call on or write us for prices. : THE BRAND Panhandle News | It is said Attorney Hamilton of Matador will make the race for the legislature in this district. On Tuesday of last week fire broke out at Quanah and destroyed property to the amount of $4000. The little village of Turkey was completely destroyed by fire last week, the loss aggregating about $400. The latest addition to our ex- change table is the Gray County Eagle, pub...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

V^v THE BRAND «W*WW «V ;^p S ^ S; «r i «s^ í «S^ - I ssa ' ! 5^ ! 3;: 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! mwmwf Remembered The Brand. On Thursday at Highnoon, just as we were preparing to issue The Brand for the last time this year, and feeling that perhaps we had been forgotten by everyone in the exciting preparations for celebrat- ing, our friend, T. M. Palmer, walked into our office and said "Here is some Christmas for you both." Upon investigati found that come into Tv iíRAND edite ssioh of enou hog sausage to run them for we >Us. We t all this i .;u' remembrance and evidences that our efforts to publish a paper is appreciated bv at lt- was had Bryan Visits Czar. William Jepnings Bryan is yet on ! his tour of the East. On last Mon- ! day he was in St. Petersburg and was given a fifteen minutes audience by Czar Nicholas. During the con- versation the Czar evidenced much inter...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

i'i# DwSW ir,- FARMERS TO *EET. Will Organize Saturday, January 9, for Co-operative Purposes—Will Experiment on Cotton. On Saturday, January 9, 1904, at 1:30 p. m., there will be held a meeting of the farmers and stock- men of Deaf Smith and Castro coun- ties for the purpose of forming a sort of Farmers' Institute, or co-op- erative society, that our tillers of the soil may have regular meetings and discuss their different methods of producing the various crops raised in this section of the state. It will also be their purpose to experiment on different crops not now being grown here, cotton being one of the products of the soil to be experi- mented on. It is thought by many former cotton raisers that this staple crop will prove a success in these counties and it is expected that from 300 to 500 acres will be planted in this and Castro county next year by our cotton loving farmers. While it is possible that the nights are too cool and the season too short for the successful maturing...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

THE BRAND NICARAGUA WHEAT. 2 <3 2 James B. Simpson Tells of His Early Experiences With Hard and Gentinous Grain. James B. Simpson, who is con- sidered an authority upon the sub- ject of small grain, and especially of wheat suitable to the soil of Texas and profitable to the producer, said yesterday, concerning the superior merits of Nicaragua wheat, which he ha$ fully demonstrated by re- peated experiments : "Some twenty years ago I hap- pened to be interested in an old- fashioned flouring mill in this county. Growing near by it was a field of Nicaragua wheat, which was pro- ducing as fine a crop of grain as I ever looked upon. I was not then familiar with this particular grain, nor for that matter with any other kind of wheat. I supposed of course, that it could be ground like any other small grain, and, as my astute neighbor offered me cheap the crop • as it stood in the field, I bought it outright and threshed it. "The crop averaged nearly sixty bushels to the acre. I stored i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 December 1903

THE BRAND 11XIT LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP At $3 to $4 per acre and up ON ACCOUNT OF THE CAPITOL SYN- dicate Company's (better known as the XIT's) intention to discontinue their cattle business their large ranch, consisting of over 3,000,000 acres and situated in the best part of the Texas Panhandle, will be sold in any size tract—to suit the purchaser. This land is all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- provements which make it the best in the Pan- I improvements handle. Improvements on land purchased will be sold to the purchaser at the actual cost to the Company. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of this great ranch has been sold and it will be only a few months until the stock farmer of one or two sections Jk Land, of Beau tiful Homes will have the one million acres left in beau- tiful homes and farms. It has been demonstrated that the small stock farmer can make more money com- pared to his invest- ment, than can the large ranch owner,and the splitting up of this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

•« « ■« • ♦' 't * , # ¿ tl'M A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas * 4 aZZZSg^ 9m*'- fctts «rlytloB Per Ye f $1.00 A Months .50 3 «V ... '.25 IN CLUBS or fix To aix different addressee, $5.00 Ad« R«Im Display, 50 cents Eer inch monthly, io Discounts for time or space. Local reading no- tices. '5 cents per line, each in- sertion. TERM*, CASH IN ' ADVANCE Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and makn all' remittances payable tothe The Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress ot March 3, 1879 M Vol. 3 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JANUARY 1, 1904 No. 40 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 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

to HATS Just received a large assortment of Stetson's and Lion Specials Latest and best in shapes, styles and qualities, such as is always found in strictly new goods. Prices from 50c to $10.00. We can in- terest you in these hats. We can suit you if you want some- thing new, nobby, good, and at the right kind of price. Let us prove it to you. ** E. W. Win Sells "TIB!" Ml tmm Hereford Fuel Oil Co. For best coal and lee. T:oy Womble, manager—phone 76. 9tf Prof. Lee Clark went to Amarillo Saturday to visit relative*. We «ell fine, thick "whip'* cream for 15c per pint. 'Phone 38. 43 H. R. Duff was among the Castro visitors to Hereford Saturday. Get milk from the Ideal Dairy to do your Christmas cooking. 'Phone 38. 43 B. B. Curtis of the Laird ranch at Bovina was up Saturday on busi- ness. N. A. Laughlin, Boom's accommo- dating postmaster, was in town on business Saturday. Miss Tressye Coston went up to Amarillo Saturday to spend a few days visiting her aunt. Tom Witherspoon, manager of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

THE BRABB FROM TEXICO. the roat ford each ased zens ine. itific ITE Interesting Items From the New Town on the Mexico Border. Jack Harwell is in Hereford try- ing a little local option Christmas. Show me the man who said "Mark Hrn.na wouldn't have it." Don't think the P. V. time card has been changed ; its just the trains. Dr. Mayes Miller and wife have returned to Dublin, Texas, to reside in future. Uncle John Darby is surveying several new homesteads a few miles southwest of town this week. There is still some few men left in this country who contend for free grass, yet haven't a miik cow. C. L. Dans, Deaf Smith's popu- lar treasurer, was shaking hands with friends in town Tuesday. Tom Cockran of Childress spent Christmas with his best girl here and put his friends to guessing how long. A petition is being numerously signed to create a forest reserve in Roosevelt county. Timber is what we want. Look out for J. C. Dyer. He is practicing every night to the sweet strains of Lute Blai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

THE BRAND i p.J I' W. J. Walters went to Amarillo Wednesday. ' * E. H. Fullwood of Endee, N. M., was in town Wednesday. J. C. Newman was a business visitor to Bovinn Wednesday. K a wives eve glasses— rood and cheat) at Buml & Smith. 46ti a merchant of Texio), was in tey-vn Wednesday. Mr;>, jno. F". Ferguson went to Roswell Thursday to Visit relatives. A good, nice,house for rent cheap. Call at once. Troy Womble. 4ótf B. P. Abbott of the XIT ranch at Bovina was in Hereford Wednesday. Dr. Duff of Hjllsboro came in Thursday, the guest of his brother, H. R. Duff. H. H. Hawkins was in from his ranch Wednesday and called at the Brand office. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Davis on Christmas morning, a 9 pound boy. Dr. C. A. Carell of Dallas county, brother-in-law to T. Herrón, came in Thursday. Rev. C. W. Dunn returned Tues- day from an extended visit to points in Central Texas. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Vanderburgh went to Amarillo Thursday after- noon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Will Evant...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

I I I s I tile >ung I load * posi^ Ban! ttornej |rge oi Ibstracl not td kn noM f. Davi irty an at id wi| JGH. THE BRAND A few fjne pigs cheap. Troy i "Womble. 50-tf j J. M. Atcheson vas in from his i ranch Saturday on business. The business men have been kept I busy this week taking inventory. Hereford Fuel Oil C genuine McAiister cc« 7 6 'none 50-tf Vliller, who da1 J k noma. made a busui Tuesday aftern Will the par dry from the si and please etu: th.; 1IT1( J. K. Wallace, proprietor Amarillo Steam Laundry, down Tuesday in the interest business. For a perfect fit, good workman- ship and extra good quality of cloth in a suit of clothes or overcoat see C. L. Davis. 29tf We are glad to see C. P. Arthur on our streets rgain after a severe attack of slow fever from which he has just recovered. An inspection will convince you of the merits of the "Geisecke" shoe, and a trial will make you a regular customer. E. W. Harrison. 46 Capt. and Mrs. Kindred came down from Amarillo Saturday an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

ÉP«P ■k; THE BRAND The Brand Official Organ for Deaf Smith and Castro Counties Published Every Friday by VANDERBURGH (Si RAY Editors and Proprietors FARMING TESTED. Rev. B. H. Bounds while in con- versation with a Brand reporter one day this week stated that he has 42 acres of wheat that is up to a good stand and taking deep root. Mr. Bounds is very much encouraged over the prospect for a good crop. The most remarkable feature of this crop is that the land has been broken, the wheat sown and a splendid growth set up, all since it has rained. All that is needed now to produce a good yield is a few heavy snows which we are certain to have if history repeats itself. In addition to the acreage sown to wheat Mr. Bounds has 100 acres under preparations for oats in the spring and 150 acres to be planted in feed crops. This begins to look like business arid we might add that there are hundreds of others over the country who are turning their attention to the raising of small grain. There is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 January 1904

%s, OUR LEGISLATIVE MEMBER. sue- ca n Editors of The Brand : I notice in your last two issues suggestions and comments- on the people selecting suitable and avail- able men for our next legislature, which action I deem highly impor- tant and a wise move, if our interest in the Panhandle or the great StaU* of Texas is worth anything, and as it is about all we have to rely upon it is certainly our duty as well as to our interest to husband our resources and develop what seems to be in sight, looking well to <ur future. True, as you say, there- ¡snot enough in the office I o just if;- a man of ca- . pacity and business svek the office, as a man who is making a success of life in some laudable vocation usual- ly is too busy at horn.\ and it such men are selected it is a sacrifice on their part for the good o; their countrymen. However, it is the duty of every good citizen not to live for self alone, but for the welfa- • of others. Then, it. is generally a safe proposition that it is ...

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