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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

T?B introito BRAMO > I =* CAN PLEASE YOU Our stock of GROCERIES is so complete and our goods so FRESH that we have no hesitancy in saying that we can please everyone. <¿sí 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. Jno. I Jotpq MM. Tens would have m ice cream supper. So on Thursday evening of June 27, the plans were carried out. In the afternoon quite a number of the young people gathered at the school house and began making the cream. At an early hour the house was filled with a jolly crowd all bent on having a good time. The only thing that would puzzle a visitor was where all the people come from, but tbey were there. The good ladies of the com* munity had prepared some of as nice cake as one could wish for which was served with the best of ice cream made of "pure cow's milk." They also served chocolate tea, coffee and ham sandwitches. This part to some of the audience was the proper thing f...

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 — 5 July 1907

THE HIRBFORD •• *-ira ■! k ■iSfewg' '-'f '|T CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Division Point Townsite Santa Fe Division= CLOVIS HEIGHTS ADDITION, Clovis, New Mexico, is the new Santa Fe Division Townsite, situated eight miles west-of Texico, on the Belen cut-off. The Railroad Company has retained 320 acres for railroad purposes and will erect machine shops here. Clovis will be the first division west of Amarillo, and the Santa Fe is now errecting an 18-stall roundhouse. This is bound to be the leading city in Eastern New Mexico and many people are flocking here to invest their money in town lots. Won't you be one of these many fortunate ones and secure a few lots while th;y are so cheap? You should see our Agent, Mr. J. P. Rhodes, at Edwards & Lamkin's office for particulars. E. J. CARLIN, General Manager, Clovis, New Mexico Street Named. It has been suggested, that the 20,000 Club take up the question oí naming the streets and numbering the houses looking toward securing free mail delivery ...

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

T« HI* WORD B^JTD U The "INSURANCE" Gasoline Rang AWi I 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. GARRISON BROS. TT?A<3 kciittu tai ' -" d« it has Lit Renfro & Price will hereafter operate the automobile garage of T. Carrabine & Co., will handle auto supplies, including oils cf all kinds. 21-2t Mrs. T. S. Barnett after a month's visit in Hereford has returned to her home in Whitesboro. Mrs, Barnett is the mother of Messrs. Ralph and Paul Barnett and Mrs. J. Ray. Dr. D. D. Swearingen of Drs. Hanna & Swearingen, Amarillo, will be in Dr. W. A. Price's office July 17th and 18th to treat diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted. * 20-3t B. E. Seymour has just returned from an extensive trip thru western New Mexico, where he has beeh in the interest of the Hereford...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

JWP' ip^VVv ! ., *■ PJR$H Til iplf b j'jv- J: e Brand D. W. HAWKINS. BhIihi Manager. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Oflsisl Organ tor Dmmt Smith •b4 Castro C «nlUa Entered April 17, 1901, ss second-clsss mail matter, post office st Hereford, Tests Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1907 In assuming charge of the Brand we fully realize that we are taking in hand a business already well es- tablished and it shall be our purpose to continue the enterprise on the same policy as followed by our most worthy predecessor. With the sup- port and aid of our citizenship, we will endeavor to keep the paper up to its present standard of excellency and to continue the progressive de- velopment and evident growth long apparent in the Brand. We enter this work as a matter of business and to help in every way possible, «insistent with good business princi- ples, the town, the county and the ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

TU HXEBVORD BKAJTD i TIE WESTERN HBTIQIHL1111 of Hereford, Texas The Key to Pros- perity is a big one. It embraces honest effort, frugality and a safe bank where your account is kept When your key unlocks all this, and you bank with our bank, it's but the question of time as to how much you will be worth or how fast you will accumulate. Prosperous Banks like ours aid materially in helping to get on in the world. We are conservative and want your account. This Bank Opened for Business July, xst, 1903 Deposita at the end of six months - $51,300.62 Deposits tt the end of one year - 55,959.21 DepMite 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 G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, F. B. Fuller V. President Cashier For Sale—My residence in col- lege addition. J. B. Allen. 7tf The best of everything in the cold dr...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

■Bpl ■■ FOR MEN Price $2.50 Hereford. Texas DIES SUNDAY. Mrs. Hattic Elizabeth Remington, Mother of Mrs. J. W. Burks, Passes. Mrs. Eattie Elizabeth Remingtor, one of Sedaíia's elderly and esteen • ed residents, died of general debility at her home, 1315 South Kentucky avenue, at 7:10 o'clock Sunday night, age 72 years. Funeral services will be held at the Fifth street M. E. church, south at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Rev. Vi B. Alton, formerly of this city, now of Lincoln, will officiate, assisted by Rev. J. F. Caskey. Intefment will be in the city ceme- tery, and the following will serve as pallbearers: D. H. Orear, Albert Loéwer, J. N. Ferguson, H. R. Camp, A. J. Perry and J. H. Bow- rnn Mrs. Remington was born in Prince William county, Va., in Febuary, 1835. In May, 1859, she came to Missouri, settling in Saline county. On June 27, 1861, she was married to Wilburn P. Remington, who died fifteen years ago. Of the union, ten children were born, nine of whom are living, as fol...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

THE BRAND * *" m ■ ■ ■■11 1 " ■ VI-IT aw " 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. .'. .*. ■ x I & I A NEBRASKA WOMAN [Pleased With Hereford and the Panhaudle. n a letter to her home paper at ibion, Nebraska, Mrs. LaShelle I Is of the Panhandle and Hereford j luntry. She says: Hereford, Texas, June 24, 190/* o the Albion A.rgus and Friends : Will Baker's letter to you from iona, in your issue of June 8th, s prompted me to add a few words garding the now famous Panhandle untry. I have been in this part of world since the first of the year fd must most truly say that the ger I stay and the more I see of the more I like it. Our town, Hereford, is called the lost beautiful town in the Panhandle; >e 1900 ¿ensus only gave it 116 ople, today it...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

■■ Pi'' IR ! r., i i -; k£'ki m i. * 8531:' $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 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. $15.00 160 $14.00 160 $13.00 field 320 $15.00 160 $14.00 160 $13.00 320 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- ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

MUWD PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINE5S CARDS. W. J. ROGERS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . . . ^Office at Coulson's Drug Store 97 Office Phont 105 it week íe vote gran', [re two be, the Hills- 68 in. This aastise- people sidence be This will [ebb. lie who ' Ihe re- ír little bles- IRRIS. i IV DR. C. W. McFARLOTG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office at Park's Drug Store Hereford, Tesas Residence 'Phone No. 138 R. M. JOHNSON, M. D. * PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON Some at Stinson Residence. Office at Coulson's Drug Store. Hereford, Texas S . D . HOWSER pstsictan and SURGEON Office at El Mérito Pharmacy Hereford, Texas Residence Phone No. 244 DR. J. D. RATLIFF, DENTIST Office over Coulson's Drug Store Phone 234 J. J. PORTWOOD DENTIST Office will be over First National Bank when completed Hereford. - - - Texas DR. W. A . PRICE PHYSICIAN AND SURGSON Office * El Mérito Pharmacy Res. Phone 222 Office Phone 300 Hereford, .... Texas plans, specifications, etc. building superintendence WALTER O. HORNE architect Office...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 July 1907

THE SIGN Speaks for itself. But j ad j one can nail up a sign. We back up all oar announcement* by doing work that defies criticism and we want yon to base yonr judg- ment on the quality of it. We follow the laws of¡modern sanitary science in all we do, but charge for our work only—our knowledge is yours for nothing. Respectfully, SEWELL <a BRAZIL «EDO-ALL kinds of PLUMBING vwddoit RIGHT A. M. Jones went to Amarillo to spend the glorious Fourth. See Richards & Edwards for good bargains in Clovis lots. 21-tí Chauffeurs! Finest grade mobile oil at El Mérito Pharmacy. 20-2t Best coal at Warren Grain pany. 20-tf Com- Park & Bourn want to place of yours. sell that 39tf. List your property with Bourn. Park & 39tf. B. H. Smith made a business trip to Amarillo Monday returning Tues- day. If ycu see a msn holdin' up a post, its a dead sure thing that the post is loose or the man is tight.—Ex. For Sale—Two riding cultivators very cheap. Apply at residence in North Hereford. T. ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

ULMfc Brand Vol. 7 We have a few lines of broken lots of FINE QUEENSWARE and CHINA, that a half price will be applied for the week. Next week will be a clearing time at our Great Store. 6 Large Dinner Plates worth, $1.25 for 6 LargeSoup Plates, worth $1.25 for 70c 6*Pie Plates, worth 90c, for 50c Platters, worth 50c, for 25c Platters, worth 35c, for Large Salad Dishes, worth 45c, for 2()C 6 Oat Meals, worth 85c, for 55c 6 Elegant Tumblers, worth 75c, for 45c Others in proportion. See the Elegant ioo-piece set of White China, worth $40.00, at $27.50 70c 15c See TDis 42-Plece Dinger 6 Dinner Plates, reg. per set 6 Soup " " 41 " 6 Pie •• " " 6 Cups and Saucers, reg. per ¿et 1 Covered Dish, reg. per set 2 Platters, reg. per set 2 Salad Dishes, reg. per set 1 Cream, regular price 6 Elegant Tumblers, reg. per set Total.™ This week SPECIAL at $1.00 1.00 .75 1.00 .75 1.00 .85 .40 .75 $7.50 $3.95 HEREFORD. TEXAS. JULY IS. 1907 No. 29 OUR GREAT JULY EFFORTS ñée now absorbing oar attention. To...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

--- mi Wlk TEN PER CENT rOn all Buggies Sold From! JULY 5th TO JULY 15th We are makixiz this SPECIAL PRICE to make room for a car of Surries and Buggies due here July 15th. Just received two cars Baker Perfect Barb Wire, one car American Hog Fence Wire, one car Eclipse Windmills, one car Buck's Cook Stoves. We carry a full line of House Paints, Linseed Oil, White Lead. Etc. Quality Always ?irst Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Prices Right Panhandle Short Line. (Continued from Fige 1) came here with means, and are pos- sessed with a firm belief in the grea poiaibiltiei and opportunities and in- vestments that obtain here on every hand. The public school system is modern, Hereford College and 'the churches, together with business blocks and residences, are on the whole attractive; in fact, Hereford has laid the broad foundation for a modern and prosperous city. It is the intention Of the Company ultimately to extend the proposed road northwesterly and tap the coal fields of Trinidad, Colo., ...

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 — 12 July 1907

TU HMlFORb JSlUfcfc ~ - * T CAN PLEASE YOU Our stock of GROCERIES is 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. jdo.h Johnson MM. Tens J. H. KING ABSTRACTOR hereford.texas I have a complete Abstract of the Capitol Syndicate Lands, Western Union Lands, and Evants Addition to Hereford. specialties: Conveyancing and Notary Work RVKHVTHINO GUARANTEED A NEW COLLEGE. Presbyterians to Establish Train- ing School in the Pan- handle. A new college or training school in the Panhandle to be organized, endowed ana maintained under the control of the National Presbyterian <c lurch is one of the projects now on foot. Where this institution is to be Mocated is still to be decided but at the .last meeting of the Presbytery for this district the delegates defiui- tely determined upon the enterp...

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 — 12 July 1907

" l'-' * ***.' ir «IwftjHHiiT ■ «*. <r gga iww ^ r?r' ~ ¡siwm* •***•«* Division Point Townsite Santa Fe Divlsion= CLOVIS HEIGHTS ADDITION, Clovis, New Mexico, is the new Santa Fe Division Townsite, situated eight miles west of Texico, on the Belen cut-off. The Railroad Company has retained 320 acres for railroad purposes and will erect machine shops here. Clovis will be the first division west of Amarillo, and the Santa Fe is now errecting an 18-stall roundhouse. This is bound to be the leading city in Eastern New Mexico and many people are flocking here to invest their money in town lots. Won't you be one of these many fortunate ones and secure a few lots while they are so cheap? You should see our Agent, Mr. J. P. Rhodes, at Edwards & Lamkin's office for particulars. E. J. CABXIN, General Clovis, New Mexico East Hereford Items. Mrs. Jessie McMinn's mother and brother, Ollie, are visiting at Mrs. McMinn's home this week. The ice cream supper at the home of Mr. Duke last Frid...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

According to the Fort Worth Xooord mow than 10,000 emigrants go overthe line into Canada every month lor the purpose of making that their future home. The Record points out that there must be some- thicg more than the promise of fer- tile soil and abundant crops that induce the American farmer to face the climatic conditions of the new Northwest. The conclusions that the Record reaches to account for this large emigration may be stated as follows: That the republic is very young. The feeling of dread for the fu- ture. The growth of discontent of the lowly. The excessive number of laws and courts. The aggressions of those who were once humble. The absorption of the material things of the world. The mistakes of the government to correct abuses. The wasting of taxes assessed against their property. The municipal corruption and un- punished crimes of superiority. The Brand thinks that the Record is entirely too pessimistic and that this catalog of charges against his country are not wel...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

;4M .;: f , . MB on W. HAWKINS, talaos Manager. A. C. ELLIOTT, Editor. Address all coiMBUiiicttions to THE HEREFORD BRAND 4 OMeitl Ortfan tot D« f Smltfe and Caatro CmMIm Entered April 17, 1901, as Mcond-cl mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congreaa of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, JULY la, 1907 There is little use to lock the door after the horse has been stolen. This is an old saying but still serves its purpose. The Brand does not think that the country is full of thieves or that our horses are in danger, but it is well known that a feeling of security is often the sig- nal of sudden defeat and loss. The building of cities has become the pride of the American people, but no town or city can begin to lay claims to permanent growth without ample provisions for the protection of life and property within its bounds. Last week the Brand called attention to the immediate need of' facilities for the protection of property ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

X TIE wESTEip mmi iw of Hereford, Texas The Key to Pros- perity is a big one. It embraces honest effort, frugality and a safe bank where your account is kept. When your key unlocks all this, and you bank with our bank, it's but the question of time as to how much you will be worth or how fast you will accumulate. Prosperous Banks like ours aid materially in helping to get on in the world. We * are conservative and want your account * This Bank Opened for Business July, ist, 1903 Deposita at the end of six months - $51,300.62 Deposits «t the end o£ one year - 55,959.21 Deposite at the end of eighteen montha 90,016.08 Deposits at the end of two years - $104,628.68 Deposits at the *i d of 2 1-2 years - 220,466.42 Depoaits at the end of three years - 263,146.89 Deposits January 1st, 1907 • $326,927.68 G. a. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier Local and Personal A. P. Murchisoh went to Amarillo last Tuesday on business. T. J. Sandefer spent the greater par...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

TO THE PUBLIC Having purchased the grain and coal busi- ness of J. F. Collup, we wish to announce that we are equipped in every particular to , take care of our part of the business of this and .adjoining counties. We handle com- plete stocks of coal, grain, posts and field seeds at the lowest possible prices. Your4 for Business WARREN GRAIN CO. Successors to J. P. Collup /tomos J SffQE"*W&MEN THE discerning woman has favored "Queen Quality" Shoes above all others for several reasons. One is their flexible fit. "Queen Qualitv" Shoes retain their original elegance because they fit perfectly with a flexible fit. The she yields to every flexion of the foot as does a glove to the hand. Though the best of leathers are used, their tremen- dous sale (10,000 pairs per day) per- mits them to be offerdd to you at $3.00 and $3.50 per pair. Geo. A, Stambaugh Hereford, Texas Best coal at Warren Grain Com- 20-tf ^Additional Locals Come to Barnett's Cream Parlors when in need of refreshments. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND ma- will irst The and few rom imes r Liter have good :our- tn WE ARE IN THE REAtMATE 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. .*. PARK & BOURN Big Immigration. From all indications, the Panhan- dle will witness an immense immi- gration this fall: The country is prepared for them by the thousands. The crops will justify their coming, especially tha Hereford country in which there is room for all that may come. Don't get in the way. If you want to share in the prosperity of the country, get a business and get busy at it. The Panhandle his no need of those who are looking for the hole in the doughnut. The Difference. 'Twixt optimist and pessimist, The difference is droll; The optimist the doughnut sees, The pessimist the hole...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

h,i * . - tsé#?!#: .... TBB HERIFOfcD B^AÍVÍ) IRMS CONSOLIDATE The J. D. Thompson Land Company and the B. W. Miller Land Company have consolidated, J. D. Thompson, B. W. Miller and H. B. McKinley constituting the new firm. The members of this firm have fceai the leaders in the land and cattle business at this place for a number of years and can give their custom- ers the beneift of their long experience both in buying and selling land and cattle. We mean to treat our customers so well that if we trade once they will come to us again. All property and cattle listed with us for salé will receive our personal attention. We sell land in. all size tracts from town lots to 100,000 acres. A. C. Thompson and W. A. Miller will be in the office at all times to serve our customers. Pending Coal Famine. Washington, June 19.—Strenuous measures have been adopted by the government and by the railroads to avert a fuel famine in the west and northwest which is thought to be impending this winter. Ho...

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