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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

m DWORD MUID I \ -1. \ Want For «Sale LOST Lost.—A folding pocket Kodak. Finder please return to Ales Thompson. 23-ft Lost—A small cresent pin set with pearls. Finder will leave at the Brand office and receive reward. Mrs. M. Taliaferro. 24-tf Lost—A 4-year-old Hereford Bull, white face, but no white on back or neck. Anyone finding same please notify me. $5.00 reward for infor- mation leading to recovery. 20tf R. J. Kibbie. Lost—Mrs. Carrie Storts lost her purse on main street, containing a five-dollar bill. Finder will please leave at Brand office and obtain reward. / 26-2t Found—Day book containing W. A. Weybille's Union card No. 276. Call at Brand office. It MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Wanted—A carload of stock hogs delivered at any point on the P. V. & Denver. See G. A. F. Parker at Western National Bank, Hereford, Texas. 25-tf Wanted—Two good separator men, will pay good wages. Work to begin about July 1. 21-tf J. S. Mullenhour. Wanted—A few day boarders by Mrs. J. H. Copeland. Pho...

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 — 9 August 1907

THE BBRBTOKD BRAND .. TRY US FOR GROCERIES It FRESH STOCK, the right prices, prompt service. With Oriole flour you can't have a failure in bread. Use Kinhee coffee once and you won't use anything else. The New Store | AfgO & JcUTOtt 1 Hereford, Texas PRIZES AT GREAT CORN SHOW. Many Money Rewards and a Unique Offering of Fine Texas Lands. Chicago, July 25, 1907. Dear Sir On October Sth to 19th inclusive, there will be held at the Coliseum in the city of Chicago what is known as the National Corn Exposition, at which exposition corn products from all states are to be exhibited and prizes awarded not only as to dis- play, but likewise as to quality and also as to essays on com culture, etc. The Panhandle of Texas, being in its infancy as an agricultural pro- ducing section, cannot expect to suc- cessfully enter the contest, but there is presented an opportunity to show what has been done and further demonstrate what can be done by the cultivation of the soil in an intelli- gent man...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

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, oe <£ <áí *se 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. JH0. H JOlMSOQ leretorfl. Tens * Patronize Home Institutions. / It is known that the merchants of the West have organized and have over 500,000 members to make a fight on the big catalogue houses. The Fort Worth Telegram has this to say: "The big catalogue houses are flourishing at the expense of the smaller retail houses all over the country, and many suggestions have been made along the line of com- nating their influences. Newspapers of Texas—many of them, while car- rying advertising of these mailorder houses, have pleaded with their peo- ple to patronize home institutions. It may be set down as an accom- plished reality that the catalogue houses are not going to give up the business they have...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

Remnants Left WE have some odd lots in shoes, small and large sizes. We offer from 1-4 to 1-2 off. We have them out on the counter so you can see them. Every pair is a real bargain. We also have some Men's and Boys' Suits in odd lots, we offer at 1-2 price—less than wholesale. They are mostly small sizes. We have one counter of Summer Dress Goods, we offer at 1 -3 off. / Geo. A. Stambaugh THREE HUNDRED ACRES. Makes an Average of Over Ten Bushels Per Acre. The Brand learns this morning that the big field of wheat of 300 acres belonging to Troy Womble made an average of over ten bushels to the acre. The crop consisted of both spring and winter wheat, the latter giving the better yield. Mr. Womble had in about 300 acres and threshed nearly 2,400 bushels of a very fine quality of grain. The 120 acres in winter wheat made an aver- age of lOf bushels, 80 acres planted on sod land made a yield of 8$ bushels to the acre. In this crog the ground that had been well pre- "pared before planting...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

THE BSRXVORD BRAND * r , i 1 • i i ^ ! RESOLVED •' THAT TIME FLIZS AND THt FIRST THING YOU KNOW ALL THE CHOICE THINGS WILL 6E GONE-THtYAiE Alt CHOICE AT OUfc £ ORE - BUT SOME ARE PRETTIER, BUSTER. w. rvscn* * DfttttOXDl "pMC FLIES. , COPYRIGHT IIOfc.BVTht BuSTfcR 3ROWNCO- CWICASO. THERE AR.E MORE KIND.S OF CHOICE THIN6J THAN ONE—FMR..ST CHOICE, SECOND CHOICE, THIRD CHOICE, AND So ON; YOU WI.SH THE TIR^T CHOICE DO YOU NOT? IF YOU COME NOW AND BUY YOU WILL GET THE FIR.ST CHOICE. WE WOULD ESPECIALLY CALL YOUR ATTEN- TION TO THE FACT THAT WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR STOCK ONE OF THE BEST LINES OF SHOES MADE, AND WE ARE NOW CARRYING THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF SHOES IN TOWN. BUY YOUR SHOES FROM US AND GET CHOICE OF THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. ST. REGIS Patent Gilt Fox Blucher PRICE &6.50 FENWAY VICI BLUCHER price £6.00 H. C. MYRICK HEREFORD. TEXAS Three complete lines of new rock- ers. The best in the union at Black's. 24-2t For Sale—Duroc Jersey sow and two young shoats. Cheap if taken ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND FIRMS 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 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. /i i I j (i A- Forest Planting on The Plains. The Forest Service has just issued a circular devoted to the interest of forest planters in the wester portions o£ Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma, northwestern Texas, eastern Colo- rado and New Mexi...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

TBI HBREFORD BRAND ======== } i 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. Yours for Business WARREN GRAIN CO. Successor to J. F. Collup SEE US FOR COAL We have quite a lot of coal on hand which we will sell cheap. Before buying your supply let us figure with you. Notice our price: Good Coal at $6.50 per Ton CITY COAL CO. Local and Personal Dr. R. H. Gough has returned from a trip to Chicago. J. N. North went to Canyon last Monday on legal business. C. G. Witherspoon was in Tulia this week attending court. For fresh Jersey milk, call on the Hereford Dairy. Phone No.9. 24-tf If you want a bargain see Park & Bourn. 39tf. For field seeds see the Hereford Grain Co. We handle all kinds, tf Girl wanted at Boylam&Co., cu...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

'Mí I. THE, HEREFORD BRAID nop Ti n wins To the Hereford Steam Laundry and and they will do your work on • short notice. We will call for your bundles and cteliver same free. All work guaranteed to be first-class. Hereford Steam ... Laundry.. . CLUB WANTS. -Advertised Needs Already Brings Results—Machine Shops and Bottling Works. The 20,000 Club on its letter head advertised for a number of things, among them being bottling works and machine shop. The Club is getting results quickly. J. W. English will put in a complete automobile repair shop as soon as he can secure a suit- able building. He will have lathes, drills, etc., and his workmen will be able to make anything that belongs to a machine. The bottling works will be backed by J. A. Fox. An up-to-date plant will be put in. All the varieties of soft drinks will be manufactured, besides ice cream. While these two factories will not employ a great number of people, they will represent considerable capital and will be valuable addi...

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

THB HEREFORD BRAND - t Wants- •For Sale LOST Lost.—a folding pocket Kodak. Finder please return to Alex Thompson. 23-ft Lost—A small oresent pin set with pearls. Finder will leave at the Brand office and receive reward. Mrs. M. Taliaferro. 24-tf Lost—Watch chain with two keys attached. Finder will be liberally rewarded by Boylan & Company, at Myrick's. It Lost—A 4-year-old Hereford Bull, white face, but no white on back or neck. Anyone finding same please notify me. $5.00 reward for infor- mation leading to recovery. 20tf R. J. Kibbie. Lost—Part of a watch fob, with a monogram D. D. engraved, and containing a small set. Leave at this office and receive reward. 25-tf-ltp MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Wanted—A carload of stock hogs delivered at any point on the P. V. & Denver. See G. A. F. Parker at Western National Bank, Hereford, Texas. 25-tf Wanted—Your second-hand house- hold goods, will pay cash for same. C. G. Inglish, across street from Hereford Hardware Co. 22-tf Want to Purchas...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 August 1907

. • v mm i, mm = m X NING 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. HSRIfORD a speech 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, either new or repair, in the tinning line, engage us. Respectfully, SEWELL <& BRAZIL FIFTEEN BUSHELS PER ACRE. Campbell System Proves a Success —Makes Difference in Yield of Wheat. J. C. Coker wl o lives some 15 miles northeast of the city was in town the first part of the week and was in his usual fine optimistic mood. Mr. Coker is an old timer in the Panhandle having been on the Plains for 15 years and has no thought of making a change on account of the climate, high altitude, 'poor crops or his wife's health. /He talks with considerable interest ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

if • ' Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS, AUGUST 16, 1907 No. 27 Remember-The Great Reduction Sale Is still on at our place. We can sell you more furnishings and for less money. Everything moving lively. The West Texas Furniture Man E. B. BLACK The West Texas Furnitufe Man FLOURING MILL. Ia* ■si- & lA. 'a Hereford to Secure Big Mill- Committee at Work on Propo- sition. At the meeting of the Commercial Club Monday afternoon, a proposi- tion to establish a flouring mill in Hereford was discussed. Mr. Weatherford of Unicnville, Mo., was present and presented the propo- sition to build and operate the mill. He stated that he was a practical mill man, having been in the business for a number of years in that state, and if the citizens of Hereford would give sufficient encouragement, his company, known as the Weatherford Milling Company would put in the mill, work to begin by the first of September. The mill would be about 100 barrels capacity. After discussing the matter at some length a commit...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

. á * have arrived: And we can say, without fear oí Truthful' Contradiction, That these buggiesare the Best in Finish, Best in Material, and the bngest lived Buggies ever brought to the Panhandle. We can show you SurriesJPhaetonSjJ^^ That for Style, Durability and Beauty of Finish, cannot be equaled. . Our pleasure to show them and your delight to set them. Come in and look them over. Yours truly, Quality /¿ways Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Prices Right f NINTH ANNUAl'CfLEBRATION The Birth the City to be Cele- brated f>y a Big Picnic and Fair. DOTES, SEPTEMBER 5,6 BHD 1 Splendid Program ¡¡Arranged—To Have Exhibits of Fine Stock- Public Speaking. At a meeting of the Commercial Club Monday evening in the office o^ The L. Gough Development Com- pany, it was decided to change the number of days of the annual cele- bration so that it would include three days, Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, September 5, 6 and 7, instead of two. Some of the committees made partial reports and consider- ab...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

THE HEREFORD BRA1TD V • ■ A-a WE ABE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TU 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. PARK & BOURN m Mass Meeting. Pursuant to a call by the citizens' committee, a large crowd number- ing perhaps 700 people, consisting of men, women and children, as- sembled at the Lake View Pavilion last Sunday evening for the purpose of discussing the question of the opening of a pcol hall in Hereford. It will be remembered that some time last winter, a mass meeting was held and resolutions were adopted protesting against the opening of a pool hall as was contemplated at that time, aid a committee, know as the Citizens' Committe was appoint- ed to wait upon those who intended to open the hall and pnter a protest. The work of the...

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 — 16 August 1907

#&*>• - ... teMr i ' 'Zjt . m ■1BMMB •'— AOT TF;.Sil U*jJ!!.íST!"í!f ! 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 y^fn the leaders in the land and cattle business at this place for a number erf 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. 1 \ THE CULTURE OF BARLEY. Great Benefits the Malster and Far- mer will Derive from the Manu- facture of Free Alchol. Chicago, Aug. 6th, 1907. The Hereford Brand : As this interests the farmers who rai...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

t .. v.-: 'ünijfa i* ví Í lUUKIVOKO fM*1* ' . . l; * ÉÜ I y i&' i ♦I « * J < JUST ARRIVED--OUR NEW STOCK Our August work will entail bigttrisgs in preparation for all that has been done for the coming season. Purchases have been made on such a scale that room-making Is an urgent necessity. This chance is your happy opportunity. The sale winning features of the month's work means snug savings to you and and much needed room for the fast t coming recent purchases. Qo through your home, room by room, and make a list of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs or other home furnishings you may need, then bring the list to Carter & HoUck's and let us show you just what we are offering. á'-Tij CARTER & HOUCK FURNITURE DEALERS DAY PHONE lis NIGHT PHONE 250 A SAD ACCIDENT. Young Man Loses His Life While Bathing in Lake Near Hereford. While bathing in Jumbo Lake some ten miles from Hereford, Earl Lee Kibbe, son of R. J. Kibbe, lost his life. It appears that he and two other young men, Frank H...

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 — 16 August 1907

? i. I . ? . *"r * jt-flite Tíl * •a#'/. t,w. A. C. 8LÚ0IT Editor. Addrtsa all eeamalestloM ta THE HEREFORD BRAND Catered April Mf, cfjsíis'^hr™- «===== 11 Subscription Price $1.00 jter Tew STRICTLY XH ADVA*C* FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907 SEWER MSTEM. The Brand hat had something to say about this matter of sewerage for the city several times. The question as to the need of such a system can hardly be disputed, un- less by those who are ignorant of the danger the citizens might suffer to the utter disregard fpr the health of the community. Our peculiar surroundings are liable to make us think tlpt, on account of the pure air and high altitude, the city will not be subjected to the dangers of epidemics, but in just such a feeling of security, the city might find itself in the ittidst of a great scurge. Then,,the city should not wait until the danger has taken up an abode, but while the opportunity offJrs and the city is free from contamination, install a system of sewerage that will be amp...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

tJnk7^S: v tC>W&S:Z' m*mrn The Growing Need of a Bank Account most become apparent as your business in- creases. Such an account can be of great service to you. The Western National Bank in addition to caring for your money will collect notes and drafts on your out of town customers. This Bank Opened for Business July xst, 1903 $ 5i 300.6a 90,016.08 220,446.42 326,927.68 85,000.00 Deposits January 1st I904 «« «« U IQ05 «< a <1 1906 « « 11 1907 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS Tit westeni Mal m it MM, Teias G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier J. B. Phillips has been called to Kansas City to account of the serious illness of his mother. Earl Condray after spending a week in th« city with relatives has returned to his home in Paris. We hare a great many inquiries for city property. What have you to sell? Park & Bourn. 39tf. Local and Personal Dr. D. D. Swearenger of Amarillo was in the city on Tuesday and Wed- nesday of this week on professiona...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

UrtUKun WE have some odd lots in shoes, small and large sizes. We offer from 1-4 to 1-2 off. We have them out on the counter so you can see them. Every pair is a real bargain. We also have some men's and boys' Suits in odd lots, we offer at 1-2 price—less than wholesale. They are mostly small sizes. We have one counter of Summer Dress Goods, we offer at 1 -3 off. \ Geo. A. Stambaugh Additional Locals George Slaughter of Roswell was here Tuesday on business. J. H. Calloway of Clarendon is here this week attending court. J. A. Johnson was in Hereford on business several days last week. ^ If you want a bargain see Park & Bourn. 39tf. T. S. Barnett of Whitesboro is visiting his sons and daughters of the city. W. H. Fuqua of Amarillo was in the city the first part of the week on business. Misa Fannie Turrentine returned from her vacation trip last Tuesday evening. in f!nlnradn The enterprising firm of Carter & Houck have the contract to furnish the new hotel at Dimmitt. Rev. C. W...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

CAN PLEASE YOU I 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- Joo. |i johnson MM, Texas <£• of Europe and the lowly peasant of the Dundee. AH their efforts are noticing turned to- wards bringing commercial concerns to the state, but every department of industry is being kept in mind. The farming interests of the state is being well cared for, as the man- agement well knows that the rich lands of the state must be called up- on to support the large urban popula- tion that will surely follow. But can Texas care for a large increase? Will her citizens be able to assimu- lste the variety of immigration that will come in? No state of the Union has bad within the past ten years as much immigration as Tex- as yet she has been able to take care of all who have come. The Brand thinks that n...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

THE he Successful Farmer Like any other successful man, thinks ahead, lays his plans intelligently, and works to them. NOW THAT THE HARVEST IS OVER ■*/'1- '.>■'^ :"il. *.* '-rí : • 'A-n r«.." ' " He is getting ready to break his stubble, knowing that the earlier and the more thoroughly it is done, the better it will be for next year's crop. When he thinks of plows he thinks of JOHN DEERE and that takes him to harrison Brothers who carry a complete line of John Deere Plows, the LIGHTEST DRAFT PLOWS MADE, besides a full line of Farm Implements of all kinds, including The Deering Row Binder, the Emerson Disc Plow, the Emerson Alfalfa Renovator, Moline and Burr Oak Wagons, Etc. Make our store headquarters when in town. cleo community. Cleo, Texas, August 12, 1907. Geo. T. Abbott and wife accom- panied Mr. Abbott's mother, Mr*. R. L. Shive have gone to Lamesa. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott will visit other relatives and friends at Big Springs, Odessa, Midland, Gar- den City and other South Plai...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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