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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 August 1907

wants LOST Lost—A gold cuff button with dia- mond set. Finder please return to J- . ▲. Johnson's store and get re* ward. 27-3t Lost.—A folding pocket Kodak. Finder please return to Alex Thompson. 23-ft Lost—A small cresent pin set with pearls. Finder will leave at the Brand office and receive reward. Hrs. 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 ifive-dollar bill. Finder will please leave at Brand office and obtain reward. 26-2t 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. 2S-tf Wanted—Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. See R. A. Tynes at El Mérito Pharmacy. It Wanted—Several girls to work at laundry. Good wages. Phone No. 246....

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 — 16 August 1907

JÍft& -J* -1 TBI tSBXrOBD BRAID 38 T ■ • ■MiM HOT ft JA . W When you want good clean groceries, try us —we have a complete line of fresh things to eat. Give us a trial. ARGO & JARROTT [ Panhandle News j to that time will be $1.00.—Plain- view News. (Items of interest from all over Panhandle) The Texico Trumpet credits the Brand with two reports of wheát yield—the one from Troy Womble's 300 acre field and the other fiomj. S. Warner's crop. These reports make fine reading. An ice plant of 20 tons capacity at Farwell has just begun operations, delivering the first product last Tuesday. Editor Brewster of the Daily Pan- handle, a street lecturer and the city marshall at Amarillo enacted a comedy-drama in the presence of several hundred spectators one day last week. The order to "move on" and a threat to spank the editor, scene before the town court, a re- leased prisoner, an apology to the newspaper man, made the principal events of interest. The taxable values of Wichita Falls,...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

The Hereford Brand Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS, AUGUST 88. 1*37 No. SS * ^ - lr Remember-The Great Reduction Sale Is still on at our place. Wecan sell you more furnishings and for less money. Everything moving lively. A Big Shipment of Baldwin Pianos Has Just Arrived. The West Texas Furniture Man E. B. BLACK The west Texas Furniture Man LADIES COMMITTEE. Call Made at the Pool-Hall by a Committee of Ladies—Another Protest Entered. On last Friday afternoon, when business was a little dull and the few loafers were enjoying their usual hour ot rest, a company of ladies were seen coming down Dewey Av- enue and lead their way towards pool hall. This unusual event at once stirred up the seeming lethargy and as the ladies approached the hall, a large crowd of men and boys gathered on the opposite side of the street as spectators. Some took it as a huge joke and an occasion for merriment, others stood in a silent and graver mood. When the 1; d es, some twenty-six in number, marched into the hall,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

A" - ■i u * ■' ■ 1 l i ii U if ■ ■ " 'l| ' ii ii, ii M , i'" 1 l_ — ,• . ■, y ¿ <. , yZ . : '.v . ^ Moon Bros; Büggfíes HAVE ARRIVED And wc can say, without fear of Trothful] 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, Quality Always First Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Prices Right FREE TICKETS. Four Hundred Chautauqua Tickets Given Farmers—Compliments of Commercial Club. The Commercial Club has decided to issue some four hundred compli- mentary tickets to the farmers and ranchmen of the Panhandle and South Plains. Any farmer not living in the city of Hereford will be en- titled to receive 2 tickets free, which will admit himself and wife to the two entertain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND [ | 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, ae at «at^e 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. 9 Johnson . Herefani. Texas •5= about fifty in number, attracted more attention than any other set of delegates present. Each wore a big badge and supported a cap espe- cially designed for the occasion. They were well up on some catchy Panhandle yells, and wherever a Panhandle delegate was seen, he was strtctly in it. The Hereford contingency was composed of Sheriff E. F. Connell and his little daugh- ter, Eddie, A. P. Murchison, and E. Cardwell. The Panhandle delegation went to the Gate City in a special over the Pecos Valley and had a big streamer covering one side of the car bear- ing the legend—The Amarillo Club. On returning the delegates would leave the train at all the stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

i t\ - THE HEREFORD BRAHD he Successful Farmer Like any other successful man, thinks ahead, lays his plans intelligently, and works to them. NOW THAT THE HARVEST IS OVER 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 Garrison 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. DRINKING WATER. Hereford the Best Watered Town In The Panhandle—40 to 50 feet to Inexhaustable supply. Other places in the Panhandle may be lacking in a ready supply of water for domestic purposes but this can- not be the case with Hereford. The pure cold water that every household in the city e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

PANHANDLE RAINS. All the Plains Soaked—Biggest Rains ef the Year—Pine Season for Plowing. «s It has only been a short time since all the Plains were visited by a gen- erous rain of three of four inches, / covering the entire Panhandle and assuring abundant forage crops for the year, but as some one has said: "The Panhandle has everything on a big scale," so it now does the biggest thing yet and brings down on itself one of the heaviest down- pours oi the year. Reports from every section of the Panhandle, the South Plains and New Nexico all show that big rains have fallen. Down the Pecos Valley far into New Mexico, up the Santa Fe to Okla- homa, up the Denver to Texline and down as far as Wichita, comes the same reports of big rains. Tb? lo- cal weather station reported yester- day morning that, a little more than 3 1-2 inches had fallen during the last 36 hours. Indications are that more rain will come within the next twelve hours. The Panhandle country is now prepared for the farme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

1 I Rbí? Ml-; S THE BBRXrOltD BRAIVD ...tf'V.Í The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Bulieu Msnsfer. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Oflelal Organ tor Ommt faith and Castro C««bIím Entered April 17, 1901, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY. AUGUST 23, 1907 While it is right that we should give attention to the safety of our- selves in matters of travel and the avoidance of accidents, often the most dangerous environments exist and we do not give the least consid eration. We go blindly on until we are overtaken in our feeling of security and some calamity crosses the threshold. The Er\nd has time and again called attention to the need of a sufficient sewerage, and also the ultimate condition of the lake that is soon to become a menace to the public health, but it is now time that something more than printers ink be spent on the subject. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND THE HEIGHT OF AMBITION is a dead failure without money. To steal it is a crime. How, then, will you get it? By properly directed energy, economy, close attention to business and a bank account at this bank. Solving th¿ problem of "getting on" in the world is easy if you have a good bank account. Give us your account and we will take each other in our mutual confidences. The results will be "money making." This Bank Opened for Business July ist, 1903 Deposits January ist I904 « « a 1905 u «< « 1906 « U «< 1907 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $ 51,300.62 90,016.08 220,446.42 326,927.68 85,000.00 Tit western Mm m 01 Melon. Tens G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier We handle the genuine Rockv&le lump coal, the best to be had. War* ren Grain Company. 27-tf Phone E. W. Harrison for choicest prairie and alfalfa hay, it is first- class. 27-tf D. C. Parks and Bob Teeter of Marietta, I. T., came in Wednesday prospecting in the Panhandle an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

Til MIIIFORD BRAMO s I Our Fall and Winter line of WALKOVER is now in. If you want a good servic- ablc, stylish and mod- erate priced shoe then buy the Walk-Over. Price ¿4, $4.50, and $5 OUR FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS are coming in now most every day. We will have a large stock to select from, and by buying early and saving some heavy ad- vances, we can surely save you money on many items. Checked and Plain Ginghams for school dresses are now in. Geo. A. Stambaugh Additional Locals O. H. Britain of Dallas ia here this week visiting his brother, F. H. Britain. Big shipment of Baldwin Pianos just received at Black's. List your property with Park & Bourn. 39tf. Mrs. M. R. Wells of Revere, Mo., is visiting her daughter Mrs. Frank Milholl^n. v Judge Lindsey of Lamesa was here this week in the interest of the Panhandle Short Line. Mrs. £. H. Wray left Monday afternoon for a week's visit with her father at Artesia, New Mexico. From Saturday, the 24, till the first of September, will s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND a* WE ARE IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TO STAY I i i SB 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 CLEO COMMUNITY. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Dansby of Bryan spent the night with W. S. D. and family last Wednesday night. Mr. Dansby says we have a fine country. F. J. Axe and wife and X. F. Fickett of near Hereford, and Jesse Warren and family of Dimmitt vasi- ted your correspondent last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson visited friends at Arney last week and were accompanied home by Mrs. M. F. Slover and children of Crayon City. Everything is very quiet in this community at present, very ¡tittle excitement, in fact none, except that being caused by the turnout of wiheat now being threshed by Adam Backus of Nazareth. J. R...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

TBI HXRBFORD BRAHD 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 fcfn 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 ^ 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. PUBLIC SPEAKERS Prominent Men Secured—Chautau- qua Combined with Celebration —Fine Entertainments. The committee has made a happy combination by having a number of the Chautauqua speakers and enter- tainers to be present one of the three days of th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

THB HÉ&FORD ÉRAND HON. JOSEPH W. FOLK, LOST Lost.—A folding, pocltet Kddak. Finder pbiase return to Alex Thompion. 2 3-ft Lost—Hickory cane at Palmer's Lumber yard. Please return to this office. Wm. M. Raulie. It Lost—A 4-year-old Hereford Bull, white face, but no white on baclf or neck. Anyone finding same please notify me. $5.00 reward for infor- mation leading to recovery. 20tf R- J- Kibbie. 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—Lands for sale, large tracts for colonization, improved farms, large and small. Mail des- cription and prices to Capitol Laftd & Investment Co. Austin, Texas, -ltp Wanted—Woman to do household work or the care for child three years old. Apply to E. H. Wray or Brand office 28-tf Wanted at Once—Girl to help do house work, will pay good wages. Apply to Mrs. Ralph H. Barnett. 28-tf Wanted—Several girls to work at l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 August 1907

L ■1 .UlTlTi When you want clean groceries, try us —we have a complete line of fresh things to eat. Give us a trial. ARGO & JARROTT PRIZES OFFERED. Large Number of Cash and Mer- chandise Prizes for Exhibits And Parades. The committee on exhibits and prizes has submitted the following schedules for the exhibits to be put up during the three dayB' celebra- tion. The list includes a large num- ber of cash prizes as well as a good list of merchandise prizes. The prizes are arranged under 4 sched- ules, same to be known as schedule A, B, C, and D. The prizes offered under schedule A will include three classes of live stock and an entrance fee of $1.00 will be charged for all the exhibits under this schedule, which carry a prize of as much as $2.00. No entrance fees will be charged on any other exhibits. SCHEDULE A. Best stallion of any age or breed $10.00 Best draft ¡¡stallion any age ... 5.00 Best harness stallion S.00 Best yearling colt under two years old 5.00 2nd best yearling co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 August 1907

The Hereford Brand Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS, AUGUST SO. 1907 No. S9 The Famous Baldwin Pianos Have just arrived. We are now displaying on our floor, a nice line of the WORLD RENOUNED Pianos, and during the first week in September we are going to offer to the trade these high grade Instruments at extremely low prices, as an introduction of the good: : The $650.00 Baldwin Piano for - $450.00 The 475.00 Ellington Piano For - 325.00 The $400 00 Hamilton Piano for - $295.00 The 350 00 Howard F iano for - 250.co Ulltl Everyone of these instruments is fully guaianteedby the Factory, and they are leaders through- out the world. They are prize winners at all World Fairs and Expositions. We expect to handle a full line of these goods at all times and we cordially ask for a full co-operation of the trade. We will sell you these fine goods for what you pay for «•trashy stuff" that is being peddled throughout the country. A HINT TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT. First week in September we will have our F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 August 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND Our Car of Moon Bros. Buggies have arrived: And we can say, without (ear of Truthfulj 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, Quality Always First Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Prices Right 1 SPREADING IT ON THICK. Canyon City News Takes it Out of Other Panhandle Papers—Not Classed as a Booster. Our esteemed neighbor takes a dig into the ribs of the Brand, the Avalanche, and the Texico-Farwell papers on what it dubs "spreading it on thick" and "running off at the mouth." It seems that this article from the Canyon City News was provoked on account of some of the Canyon City friends of the News propounding a simple but pertinent question to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 August 1907

TBI 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 Í00,000 acres. A. C. Thompson and W. A. Miller will be in the office at all times to serve our customers. SLAUGHTER WE ARE WELL PREPARED TO DO YOUR Painting and Paper Hanging All work guaranteed. Best of references furnished i I Cannery. Some weeks ago the Brand point- ed out the opportunity which Here- ford offers for the estoblishment of a canne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 August 1907

THE HBKXPORD BRAND V I • - « • , 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 Rotten Telephone Service. The Panhandle has had innumer- able kicks on the service rendered patrons of the Amarillo Telephone Co. of late. A doctor of the city related to the editor of the Panhan- dle a day or two ago, how . he tried to talk to a relative of a patient he had at the sánitftriúm, and was cut off in the middle of the conversa- tion, and before 'he could again get connected $ith "the number it was necessary for him to go to the tele- phone office personally and demand connection. In the Daily Panhandle office Wed- nesday, the bookkeeper was attempt- ing to take some advice over the telephone from a lady customer when the connection was cut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 August 1907

I IWA ARE TOO BUSY TEE HEREFORD BRAHD vr * * * • 3 > v . > to write an ad this week. Just look for the sign of Week-End House Party. Last Friday morning, after being modestly requested, a crowd of young people assembled at the ever hospitable home of Miss Dameron in West Hereford, there to enjoy them- selves as best they could. Did anv one fail? I answer most emphatic- ally no. We were not long assem- bled until we were full of joy and fried chickens, and let it be here said that this condition of affairs continued until we came to the "Parting of the ways." Restraint, restriction and reserve were dispensed with, and ekch guest tried to outstrip his fellow-guest in the demonstration of the fact that he was having the "time of his life." The house-party throughout was full of "sparkle, dash and go," and it was indeed a difficult task to say goodbye, as was shown by one young gent who took 30 minutes and 33 seconds actual time to bid his lady adieu. We are all agreed that Miss D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 August 1907

TBI HSR170RD BRAND The Brand Í. W. HAWKINS, Bullese Maufer. A. C. ELLIOTT, Editor. Address all communicstions to THE HEREFORD BRAND oMetal Organ tow Dm# ««Mh am* CsstM Entered April 17, 1901, M second-clsss ■til matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY. AUGUST 30, 1907 That certain ghoit which was im- mortalize in literature by the English bard was only an apparation, a child of a distorted brain, a mith of the immagination, but the fleshless bones and the boneless flesh of the ghost drove the sane mad and the mad sane. Curses were hurled at the ever present form, but it would not down. There is a ghost that is more real and which gibbers in the day as well as the night, stalking the very streets of the city . ' U will not down. It will not "dissappar until the city builds a system of sewers. This is the ghost. Shall the city stand trembling in its presence any longer? The Brand speaks from...

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