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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 12 July 1907

TXB UllfOiB MUID / PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS. W. J. ROGERS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . . . Office at Coulson's Drug Store JtMiduc* Phone 77 Offic* PboM 105 DR. C. W. McFARLING PHYSICIAN AND SUKGXON 'Ofice at Park's Drug Store Hereford, Texts Residence 'Phone No. 138 R. M. JOHNSON, M. D. physician amd suigion Home at Stinson Residence. Office at Coulson's Drug Store. Hereford, Texas S. D. HOWSER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office at El Mérito Pharmacy Hereford, Texas Residence Phone No. 244 DR. J. D. RATLIFF, DENTIST Office over Coulson's Drag Stere Phone 234 J. J. PORTWOOD dentist 'Office will b« over First Nstionsl Bank when completed Hsasroao, - - - Texas DR. W. A. PRICE physician and sokoson Office at El Mérito Pharmacy Res. Phone 222 Office Phone 300 Hereford, .... Texas plans, specifications, etc. building superintendence WALTER D. HORNE architect Office with Hereford Lumber Co. Hereford, Texas SUGGS & JONES abstracters 'Complete Abstract of Title to Deaf Smith County La...

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

)s4"í ■ A Registered Trotting Stallion See him at Purcell & Sons' Livery Stable in Hereford. The fastest trotting horse ever brought to Hereford. Terms to insure a living colt $20.00. a mile long wouldn't affect one iota the job of tinning which we might do. The good wearing qualities of Tinning Done Here together with our moderate prices is t all the commenda- tion we ask for. For quick work, either new or repair, in the tinning line, engage us. Respectfully, SEWELL BRAZIL The Passing of The Pass. The general managers of the rail- roads in Texas are seeding out let- ters to those Holding passes askiog all who have been enjoying a free ride to return their passes to the proper authority on or before July 11. The letter reads as follows: "The anti-pass law of the state of Texas, effective July 12, 1907, pro- hibits the issurance of passes to any person or person except the follow- ing: The actual bona fide employes of any railway company and the de- pendent members of their immed...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

*•*>;vy* vr ereford Brand Vol. 7 va it a*w« u HEREFORD. TEXAS. JULY 19. 1907 No. 23 Mid-Summer Clearing Sale Beginning Saturday, July 20th, and continu ing until Saturday night July 27th, ourMid-Summer Clearing Sale will be on. We expect to make this sale the grandest and most successful sale we have ever had. We will sell as we advertise as near as it is possible to do, so bring your circular or paper with you. There will be a few lines that hatf had a heavy advance of late, which will not be included in our big reduction sale, but many articles not advertised will be included. For want of space it is impos- sible to mention all our immense stock of goods. , We need money to buy more new goods with. 5ALK PRICKS WILL BK CASH, OTHERWISE THE REGULAR PRICE. No goods returned during sale but will be exchanged if not damaged. Bring yeer pennies wilt p, we will ese pennies during seie doe early telere sleek is menee and gei choice Summer Dress Goods Regular 5c Dress Goods, sale price p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

TH* UftirOKP 1RA*D Our Car of Moon Bros. Buggies HAVE ARRIVED: And we can say, without fear of Truthfulj Contradiction, That these buggies are the Best in Finish, Best in Material, and die longest lived Buggies ever brought to the Panhandle. We can show you Surries, Phaetons, Top Buggies Young Men's Nobby Buggies That for Style, Durability and Beauty of Finish, cannot be equaled. Our pleasure to show them and your delight to see them. Come in and look them over. Yours truly, Quality Always first Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Prices Right Another Rain. On last Tuesday the country was blessed by another big rain. The rainfall south and east of town was very heavy, being estimated all the way from one to two inches, while right in town was very light, not ex- ceeding one-fourth inch. It is re- ported that a big rain fell between Parmerton and Texico. Bargain In Stock. I have 20 head of milk cows and 50 head of Poland China pigs, also six good mules for sale at a bargain. 16tf J. W. Alexande...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

TU nurORl) BRAID ai 1 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. ¿i <£*£<£ Our policy is to sell THE BEST GROCERIES for the LEAST money If you will investí- gate, you will find this to be our re- cord. Jno. 0 JoDnson MM. Tra First Wheat of Season. On Tuesday of this week the first wheat of the season sold in the Here- ford market at 90 cents per bushel. It was bought by the Star Mill and Elevator Co. The lot weighed 40,310 pounds, which lacks only ten pound of making 672 bushels on 72 acres of ground, and contained both spring and fall crops. The fall crop tested 63¿ pounds, the spring crop, 62 pounds. The wheat was raised on the farm of Jake Litteral whose home is in Jasper county, Missouri. This farm under the management of J. B. Hammer is located some four miles north of town and no special attention was given to the crop. The ground was prepared simply by breaking last fall ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

• *. - is vKPt ■ • ". ■. • ■ . f . . , n FRESH STOCK, the right prices, prompt service. With Oriole floor you can't have a failure in bread. Use Kinhee coffee once and you won't use anything else. The New Store ] Argo & Jarrott Hereford, Texas How to Boost Your City Altura, Minn., June 29, 1907. To the Editor of the Brand : In a recent issue of your paper I read an article stating that a 20,000 Commercial Club for Hereford had been organized. We were very much pleased to learn of the steps taken and assure you that we are in- terested in Hereford and will do all in our power to help make it the flower city of the plains as it will be our future home. how to boost your city. This is a plan that we have seen carried out in some of our home cities with the greatest of success, and this same plan is now before the city of Winona, Minn. The first requirement to build up a city and start it right on the high- way of industrial progress is to have an organization of its citizens, wheth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

HTDBPUUC WELL WMl We have just arrived with our new Hydraul- ic well machine from Nebraska, and are ready for any kind of work, from a 40 foot to á 700 foot well Will dig from 200 to 400 feet a day. Never necessary to use any cas- ing. Impossible for this machine to be turned from a straight hole. Can dig from a two inch to an eight inch welL If hole is crooked no charges made. Satisfaction in every way guaranteed. We will make you the right kind of prices on application. See us for further particulars, or address us at Hereford, Texas. L0RENZ & THRAMER Hydraulic Well Drillers New Concrete Residence. Dr. H. G. Rucker of Dallas who o#ns the Mercer ranch north of town will have a large concrete residence built in the near future. This ¿-sec- tion ranch has already 600 acres in cultivation, 200 acrss being in wheat this year which will average more than 12 bushels per acre, despite the fact of the spring drouth. The Doc- tor contemplates putting under scientific cultivation another...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

XfrL-'* ra wiiifiiD U 1 W. HAWKINS, Busiaeu Muager. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to , THE HEREFORD BRAND OfHoi l Organ for D«af «W and Castro CountUs . Entered April 17, 1901, M second-cla « mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1Í79. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1907 NEW INSURANCE LAW The new insurance law, known as the Robertson bill, which went into effect on July 11, has created an un- due disturbance in insurance circles. More than thirty companies withdrew from the state and declare that they will write no more business in Texas until this new law is changed. It appears from the statements, that the new law requires that 75 per of the reserve fund be invested in Texas securities, and that these se- curities be deposited in the state, thus making them subject to taxation. This they say cannot be done safely and that the tax will render the companies insolvent. The West Times, the e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

TU rotlVORD BRAND . HARVEST TIME The earning; period of a man's life is his season of plenty—his Harvest Time. It is then, if ever, that he must lay by stores for Life's Winter. You—what are YOU doing with the proceeds of your harvest? Do you waste it all, or are you wisely saving a part? These are pertinent questions—not im- pertinent. Let us help you to save. Make this bank your *'granary" and keep safe the golden results of your industry. THE WESTERN K0TIOK0L MP of Hereford, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS JULY 1, 1907, $85,000.00 G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier Mr*. B. Hf Smith has gone to Quanah to visit her mother. St e will be away for a week or two. j Everybody knows "Niggerhead" I coal is the best. That's why E. W. Harrison sells it. 23-tf Let Richards & Edwards show you some good bargains in Clovis prop- erty. 21-tf See J. H. Calloway when he is in Hereford for fine monuments or ad- dress him at Childress, Texas. 13tf Don't forget ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

•>,?• ■ ■ '/•v' Pwe Kike our Store Headquarters When is Town. GARRISON Make our Store Headqnarten When In Town. .HAVE JUST RECEIVED. A car of Wire, a car of Implements and are still headquarters for the world famed Garland and Charter Oak line of Stoves and Ranges, as well as the insurance Gaso- line Stoves, Leader, Wood Star and sampson Windmils, John Deere Plows and Culti- vators, Emerson Engine Plows, Emerson Alfalfa Renovators. We have an experienced Plumber and will gladly figure on plumbing contracts. Having purchased the grain and coal busi- ness of J. P. 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. Yours for Business WARREN GRAIN CO. Successors to J. F. Collup ^Additional Locals Plenty of wheat sacks at Warren Grain Co. 20-t Park & Bourn want to sell that place of yours. 39tf. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

( TBI HBRSrOltD BftAKD ARE INTHE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TO STAY 1 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 B O U R Still Growing. The sidewalk building in Hereford has become almost a "craze." Let all go crazy then. The fine new 12- foot walk is now completed from Barnett's corner to Stambaugh's, 250 feet in length. Material is on the ground and the work is being done to complete a similar walk from the Garrison store to Hereford Realty Company's office next to the depot, the entire length of the block, 300 feet. Material is also ready to build a walk on both sides of the First National Bank building. Nothing has added more to the comfort and safety of shopper than the construction of the walks. It is hoped that every block on the mai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

■'i '• ) T*. iú ■i ■■ 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 been 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 sale 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. Col. Ransom at Lubbock. • It is reported by the president of the Panhandle Short Line that while on a run down the line the latter part of last week, going to Lubbock, he stopped over at the new town of Barton. This new city of the plains is situated about 2...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

nun PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CAROS. I W. J. ROGERS, M. D. physician and surgeon . . . Office at Coulson's Drug Store Residence Phone 77 Office Phone 10S DR. C. W. McFARLING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office at Path's Drag Store Hereford, Text* Residence 'Phone No. 138 R. M. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN ANO SUKGKON Hone at Stinson Residence. Office at Coulsoo's Drug Store. Hereford, Texas S. D. HOWSER : HYSICIAN 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 over First National Bank Phone No. 289. Hereford, - - - Texas DR . W. A . PRICE physician and surgeon Office at El Mérito Pharmacy Res. Phone 222 Office Phone 300 Hereford, .... Texas *lans, specifications, etc. building superintendence WALTER D. HORNE architect 'Office with Hereford Lumber Co. Hereford, Texas SUGGS & JONES abstracters Complete Abstract of Title to Deaf Smith County Lands. Hereford - - Texas...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 July 1907

^ .rUBPH ■ ■é -v" >vvv jft "Hfif . NING a mile long wouldn't affect one iota the job of tinning which we might do. The good wearing qualities of Tinning Done Here together with our moderate prices is all the commenda- tion we ask for. For quick work, cither new or repair, in the tinning line, engage us. Respectfully, SEWELL <& BRAZIL LUBBOCK RAILROAD NEWS. Middle Plains City Raises Bonus to Secure Panhandle Short Line. Lubbock has '''cinched it. What? Why, the bonus, right-of-way, depot grounds, etc., for the Panhandle Short Line railway. The matter is fixed as far as the city of Lubbock is concerned. The matter is ad- justed and the bonus and other requirements fully guaranteed by men who, in the aggregate, are worth many thousands of dol'ars. The promoter of this line required a guarantee for the subscriptions to the bonus and about fifty of the most substantial citizens of the county placed their signatures to this guar- antee which makes it as solid as a brick wall. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 July 1907

" t The Hereford Brand Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JULY 26. 1907 No. 24 Mid-Summer Clearing Sale Our Mid-Summer Clearing Sale will continue until Saturday night, July 27. We expect to make the last days of the sale still better than the first by givingstill better values on different lines. For Bargains come in now. We will sell as we advertise asnear as possible to do, so bring your circularor paper with you. There will be a few lines that has had a heavy advance of late, which will not be included in c*ur big reduction sale, but many articles not advertised will be included. For want of space it is impos- sible to mention all our immense stock of goods. We need money to buy more new goods with. SALK PRICKS WILL BE CA5H, OTHERWISE THE REGULAR PRICE. No goods returned during sale but will be exchanged if not damaged. Bring your pennies will yon, we will use pennies during sale Gome eeiiu More slock is Men ai gel cQolee Summer Dress Goods Regular Sc Dress Goods, sale price per yard 3®C •...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 July 1907

i '■*- v y>"~i ' : ;5 >v,, - % * > •"■•• ' ' :r .■,* v1' ' ' ^ • " f , « ihave arrived: And we can say, without fear of Truthful^ Contradiction, That these buggies are the Best in Finish, Best in Material, and the longest lived Buggies ever brought to the Panhandle. • We can show you Surries, Phaetons, Top Buggies Young Men's Nobby Buggies That for Style, Durability and Beauty of Finish, cannot be equaled. Our pleasure to show them and your delight to see them. Come in and look them over. Yours truly, Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Always Prices Righl HEREFORD A HEALTH RESORT. Sulphur Park to Become the Meca of Health Seekers—Hot Míip eral Well a Possibility. Geo. W. Irwin, Jr. spent a week in central Texas, visiting Fort Worth, Waco, Marlin, and other placs. He reports that from Fort Worth to Waco, the crops are in fine condition and that the farmers are pleased with the outlook, though little wheat was mide. He enjoyed his stay in the great health city of Marlin and says that m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 July 1907

Vi BfcfeirORD MtAND IWF ARE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS Til STÁ71 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. IP ARK & BOURN WILL CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY. Citizen Proposes Big Celebration And County Fair for Hereford on Her Natal Day. Editor Brand :- Hereford will be nine years old Monday, September 2nd. Sopietty, healthy and amiable daughter should have an appropriate celebration. We are proud and delighted because of her magnificence on her ninth na- tal day ; what are we justified in ex- pecting of her at eighteen? Let us gather together our friends and neighbors and strangers and make merry on September 3rd and 4th. We can broil a dozen fatted calves on Monday 2nd and feast on Tues- day and Wednesday. I believe, Mr. Editor, that we should call o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 July 1907

: T*B UEIFOW WARD IRMS CONSOLIDA ■ 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 been 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 sale 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. T AW INTERESTING LETTER. From Hereford Citizen at Battle Creek Keeps The Panhandle in Mind. A personal letter from T. J. Graves to one of the publishers proves to be of such general interest that the Brand takes the liberty of giving it publicatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 July 1907

THE BIR9P0RD BRAKD | A Í ■ KING ALFALFA. farmer Kansas Farmer Talks About Alfalfa in the Pan- handle. "Raising four crops a year of al- falfa on $10 an acre land, is a money making proposition," said C. B. An- derson of Canadian, Texas. "But as big and unreasonable as that may seem, it is actually being done down there. A man who owns that kind of land can raise alfalfa, sell it every year and pay for the land every sei son, and have a nice amounj of mon- ey left. That part cf Texas has been very fortunate, and has pro- duced good crops for several years. This year our crops looi; especially promising. Corn and forage are good, and in many places the whiat made 30 bushels to the ac;e. One year with another, that country is just as reliable as Kansis or Mis- souri. The grass is good now aud stock is doing well. The corn crop, which is about made, will be ill right." Mr. Anderson went to that country from Bigplow, Kan., about two years ago.—Kansas City Dro- vers Journal. This Kansas f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 July 1907

The Brand 0. W. HAWKINS, Bnlaess Maiafer. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address «11 communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND OfleUl Organ for Dof Smitfe and Castro CraatUs Entered April 17, 1901, u second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Tens, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1907 Time ii a great arbiter—a tyrani- cal judge. Ten years ago a certain political party had for one of its car- dinal principles the government own- ership of railroads. The two great parties opposed vigorously such a doctrine, the leaders were buffeted, the rank and file were scoffed. Now comes the president from his study at Oyster Bay and proposes to rec- ommend to congress a form of modi- fied governmental ownership of the railroads. He is following as a model the German government. The president will propose that the gov- ernment purchase stock in a number of the trunk lines of the country suf- ficient to gain some representation on ...

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