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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

something closer brother—usually the banker farmer before he becomes banker, but if not, so alluring business to him, that he soon gets some ''cow brutes" and adds ranch to his pleasures and expe riences, if not to bis profits. It well that this is as it is for from actual experience our bankers under- stand the needs of their patrons, and we are enabled to give them the best possible service. It is really amusing to talk with an eastern banker about loaning money upon livestock. What! he will exclaim, you have no other security for your money than bunch of cows with pictures burned upon various places of their anatomy loose in a pasture the state of Delaware 1 And i you inquire about this collateral ÍÉP to and fro in the earth, and cowman if he can make j's report ;that the cow decorated brand, and ornamented with is still able to walk. The is horrified at such He want* hi* collat- ly pinned to the note and away in his bank vault —not milling around in a snowstorm or turning tail a...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

■ •í>>- n m C. P. ESTES, X. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office at Burns & Smith's Drugstore Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford - Texas nf J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office at T. M- Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford, texas. Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. ft. W. BOUNDS, M. D. physician and surgeon. Office at T. M. Coulson A Co.'s Drug Store. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Residence 'Phone No. 44. Santa Olaus at Smith & Orr's. j ~ —r-T" 'i'.1 " 111 ^ S. T. Stout left Saturday after- noon for Quanah. W. H. Rayzor had business in Amarillo several days this week. Witherspoon & Gough represent nine old-line fire insurance compan- ies. ______ 43 Mrs. Lee Gilliland returned this week from a visit with relatives at Claud. - J. M. Gollehon of Dimmitt came up Tue...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 December 1904

''" 1?í" /> ! fi'4 ■ >\ ^.,-' IpsgggHJ ===== IRD BRAHD of It. PMIOK BAKING POWOBH OO- CHICADO. Letter From Dimmitt. Dimmitt, Texas, Dec. 21, i 904. Editor Tax Brand, Hereford, Texas. Bear Sir: 'Will you permit a little girl like me, of ten years, to write you a few items? If so, I will begin about as that is the most that erests little folks like me. We are going to have a nice Xmaa tree. The committee that was appointed to get the tree was com- posed of Edgar Ireland, Tom Tate and A. P. Eaton, and it fell to the latter one to' go after it. It was bought in Brisco county fifteen miles away and hauled here in a wagon. It is a green cedar about twelve feet high, with such large limbs that it was hard to get it in the door of our new church house which has lately been completed. I hope old Santa will be able to lqad down its branches with presents. Well, Dimmitt .is going to be a big place some day. There are two dwellings being erected, Judge Barbers's and Robert Gollehon's. Wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

DECEMBER 30, 1904 HEREFORD, T ATTEND THE FARMERS' MEETING SATURDAY, JANUARY SEVENTH Vol. 4 ft * * , ■ GAS NOR BIG WINDIES BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! ALL BARGAINS!!! * Not at actual cost but what it will cost you to jet your judgment be your guide. Our goods must go and we will from this date until January first meet all "windies" or present Schemes to sell by others 7'"''A';VvV'w«V m C. B. Dixon is up at Canyon for a few days. C. J. GardMff^and Chas. Wicker came in the^feth from their trip to Man guwfOklahoma. Mr. Chris Renfro has returned from a visit to Missouri. Mrs. OIlie Burch is visiting at her father's, Frank Chestnut. Walter Donald and wife were vis- iting at Umbarger Christmas eve. Mrs. J. B. Storm gave a Christ- mas dinner to the little folks and -they had quite a nice time. Mrs. W. ^Robinson has gone to Tishomingo,Wiss., the old home of her childhood days, to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. W. E.Lain of Canyon-accompanied her. Martha Harrison returned, to Justin with his step...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

i your Harding's prescrip- t file dating from the present time back five or six yet and we can refill any pre- ¿ •* ■ M. to accommodate Mi Medical Associa- > will, hold its mid-winter session at Childress on January 2nd shd 3rd, with Dr. Fly of Amarillo in the chair. ,'Qúanah has received the good news that the Denver road has de- cided to replace her present small depot with one of modern size and architecture. Quanah was the victim of a dis- astrous fire on Tuesday night of last, week, in which' that city lost her $7,500 ice plant, with only $5¿- ÚOO insurance. ; s . The editor is in receipt of an in- vitation to the wedding of Prof. Ed. Hall and Miss Iva Tyson, at Por- tales, N. M., December 27. Our best wishes are extended.—Banner- Stockman. The Baptist State Educational Board sent a committee of investiga- tion to Canadian last week, the favorable report of which committee resulted in correlating the Canadian school with the Baptist University at Waco. - " — The Commissioner...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

m m HPBHi W rnlkmi BRAHB Mi Social, .. lexMÍ; i- [Printed by request.] The inspired word of God ys: "De- spise not the day of small things." From which it is clear that there is to everything, that which may be called, the embrio state. Nothing, however great and strong it msy be, ever came to full maturity at one leap «r bound. On this point, (the Bible ex- cepted) the book of nature is our grestest teacher. Mother earth takes the tiny ieed or the little acorn, small and insignificant as they are, and by the vitality inherent in herself,' she warms it into a string of life. The plant life, at its birth, is a thing small and insignificant, simply a tiny stem and two little leaves, which, if trodden upon by «n animal may be crushed and destroyed. Bid, if unmolested, and left to the nursing motherhood of earth, in time it becomes a groat forest tree; now a thing of beauty, strength and utility. Habitable islands are builded in the very midst of the sea, not by some mighty force, as to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

i laqAwn 17, 1901, U econd-cla « at Hereford, Texu, i of March 3, 1879. Sut Price $1.00 per Year strictly ik advance , DECEMBER 30, 1904. <'k: & Hp With this issue of the Brand, we dose our arduous but pleasant ¡ of 1904 and forever bid fare- the old year, with all its disappointments, pleasures, In doing this we have ¡ at realizing thV mis- made and the However .with all óJr failures, we have done the very beét we could circumstances. It has . policy of the Brand to i the exponent of the right it the wrong of our com- as is the duty of every news- We have tried to deal L impartially with our fel- and to maintain a printery, 1 would be in keeping with the rogress which is being made every department of the 1 world. However, whatever purpose the Brand may have subserved, much of the credit is due to the very liberal patronage which has been extended by almost the entire citizenship throughout this section of the country. The busi- ness men have been liberal with us in that the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

"V/vVvít;^ X THE ÜERFORD BRAHD 1 1 \ wSm v «am Pbkc.<;' I ■ "S|.:tv'-'. ' I "fe «•■• v ' '''r ■ v' ■ . .-• , , " ■ i ; ■■ ... . ,. Dry Goods and Groceries We Credit No One You Don't Hw to Pay For Another Man's Goods 1 Package of Faultless Starch 10 cents 2 Packages of Faultless Starch ds cents 4 Packages of Faultless Starch 25 cents 3-lb Package Best Gloss Starch 25 cents 5-ltfPackages of Gloss (Glucose) Starch 35 cents z* Bars of Nuggets Soap 25 cents 7 Bars Diamond C Soap ........... 25 cents V h South of Court House SHORT LOCALS «* _______ News of Interest Boiled Down for RajtóKíteading ■—Facts Con- cern ing'People You Know. Wall Paper j-E. B. Black. 44 Geo. Wj/Éagle was a business visitor in Amarillo Thursday. W. M. Smith of near Dimmitt had business in Hereford Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Millett were shopping in the city Wednesday. John Higgins returned Wednesday •from -a business trip to Purcell, Indian Territory. E. R. Rice, the Castro county ranchman, was a business vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

WmsSM m t m , at the latter', spacious spitable home was one that [ long be remembered by tho e because of the wonder and ity aroused by the style, and pleasure realized in its final As it was Jearned through invita- tions received that the train on which a tour through the United States was to be made would take its de- parture at 8:30, many guests were assembled before that hour,and very shortly afterward, the rooms, very tastily decorated Vith the Christmas color of red largely predominating in festoons of cloth and tinsel drap- erief from which bits of the rare and romantic mistletoe was appended in various places,were filled to full with of Hereford's fairest young > and most gallant young men entering, each guest was >y Miss Gass through the I: under an archway in which letters telling the "Hereford, Te*as," into hall where a ticket office was and where a ticket over the Froljctbwn and Feather- was issued by W. J From thence, each would- was directed to the Room" where M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

-— mm = . m ■ c. P. i X. 0. life ■fc: physician & surgeon ¡"at Burns & Smith's Drag Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. *- íexas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office at T. M. Coulson & Co/ Drug Store. Telephone No, 39. hereford, texas. Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson attorneys-at-law . real estate and insurance • notary in office Office next door to Bank Herefórd - - - Texas ' r#9 JHO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. R. W. B0U1DS, U. V. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Qflke at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drag Store. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Residence 'Phone No. 44. White Pine and Tar is the thini for your cough, at Smith & Orr's. E. L. Mangum of Vega in Oldham county was a business visitor Satur- d y- - -v • Mr. Jowell of Randall county is visiting his brother, G. R. Jowell, this week. Ethel and Clyde Rickets are visit- ing friends and relatives at Midlo- thian this week. C. J. Gardner of Araey was pur. chasing ranch supplies...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 December 1904

mm <WW/0m\, : • lyHpiMppmM) ;v-.v;; •"J V;, >< 4£Mi week, ither '• last 1 sons Addison . jwfe* the i word which united in the | oly bond* of matrimony H. J. Kerr and Mím Kathrine Nunley, the cere- mony being performed at the home of the bride'* lister, Mm Tho*. Cox, with only a few of the c friends and relatives present. The groom is one of Granbury's most successful young merchants who has demonstrated good judg- ment along with his other qualities in coming to the Panhandle to seek his future helpmeet. < * Jf The bridé is IMÍH most popular *d of the city's ladies, whose Élite? of —T established hetf iin the hearts of all who had the privi- ge of making her acquaintance. The h*ppy couple left on the afternoon train for Granbury, their future home, followed by the ^*t •kheÉÜÉi"'"" ' -WMmmd • y ' BR""'','? m of Hustana, (over night on her ér the first of this Bros, were in! Hereford looking to? some good t can not report results at I'PÍWÁ:- ■<■. IkE $16ÍÍr* at to Hale ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

Ik Pi- ! - •:v , , , Vol. ♦ HEREFORD, T JANUARY 6. 1905 -—= No. ♦? ' INSTITUTE WILL ELECT NEW OFFICERS TOMORROW « Not at actual cost but what it Will cost you to let your Jtid ur sruide. Our eoods must aro and we will from SiM Hui itfimtl -miW' "-v. indies" 6t- present ftSjhemesto ~—-*—■—1, >■: f THE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE "arc# : WET,. - ~Z;,P The Panhandl* , -will open on next Tuesday morning, never to close until its great work for humanity ir done. It will run upon a cash basis. The pressing indebtedness upon the buildings and grounds attached will be raised at once, and the entire debt upon the same will be paid April 1st. It now remains for the citizens of Hereford and vicinity to rally to the present support of the College ^ in order that the plans for efficiency and enlargement may not be em- barrassed. It has not been possible to make permanent arrangements concerning the faculty and some needed equip- ment. Permanent arrangements for the year beginning in September will be m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

TH1 iv® you call and make your the stock it complete or six of J. P. Herding', preecrip- J J the present time heck five £ i end we cea refill any pre- from this file. •< m Enter- " Bell enter *ef their friends on ening in honor of j the Misses Jordan, of i City. Bell, realizing that "variety the spice of life," had arranged a number of games suitable to fancies of young people and the evening was one perpetual i of amusement. The following are the principal games in which all participated: First, "The Button Contest" in - which Claude Witherspoon, Henry Cloydand Raleigh Hough ran an even race in their endeavors to as- certain which could sew on the greatest number of buttons in the neatest manner in a given length of time. The prize was finally carried away by Claude Witherspoon; secondly, "A pattern Contest," in which A. J. Lipscomb, James Bell and B. L. Orr were selected to cut a lady's sleeve pattern according to the latest and best style. This feature of the evening was hotly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

' TBI HEREFORD BRAHD No Will Self and A State of Health That Needs Prompt Treatment to Ward Off Serious Disease. Do you notice • large reduction in your vital energy? Are you losing hold on your place in the social world? Is your strength gone, constitution weak, appetite poor, digestion deranged, bow- els costive, with uneasiness and symp- toms of derangement in the region of the kidneys? Such a condition is the to Bright's, Disease or some serious kidney trouble. If this > the state of your body, we urge prompt action before your is entirely beyond recovery. _ Ash Bitters is the remedy you ; it has a fotif-fbld restorative muiiics we twpio XIver, it health in the stomach, strengthens and oures the ki^^s^^and^ti^ongh its acter it clinches the good work by thor- oughly cleansing the bowels. It is a ■certain remedy for L kidney and liver diseases. L-1 Accept no TRADE ««i. .J ÓU { Ash Bitters with the 1 on the front label. Sold by Druggists, Price S1.00 per bottle. T. M. Coulson &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

FERGUSON, President considered, we be- " ' ^ a large immi* Esterad April 17, 1*01, as aecond-dass maD matter, post ofllce at Hereford, Turn, Act «I Coafren at Muck 3, 1(79. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY Iff ADVANCE FRIDAY, TAHUARY 6, 1905 IN a report Justice Alvy submitted to Chief of the District of Grand ly recommended the of a whipping post as of punishment for wife This action was taken by jury upon the Tecommen of President Roosevelt in his j&flL toward the dark ages has justly provoked dissension of many of of the Government's Modern civilization has laws'which, when properly will meet the demands for lent of wife-beaters and to revert to the old-time post or ducking stool is a step towards-degeneration in both the moral and political world. ■ 1 „ ■ i V ' Auk you interested in the success of the farmers' institute for 1905? If so, come out Saturday at 2 p. m. and take part in the reorganization and selection of officers. This promises to be a very important me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

This Space Is Reserved For Jno. B. Vannoy Optician and Jeweler HEREFORD. TEXAS OUANAH PARKER PREACHES. 1 • w * IPs,: . • I j records broken. ..lments During the Past Twelve Months. This is the wonderful record made by the Tyler Commercial College of Tyleij Texas; this school has only been established five years, but it is by far the largest school of book- keeping, shorthand, telegraphy and penmanship in the entire South. Their rapid growth is due to their strict: business methods, strong faculty of specialists, up-to-date methods and modern systems. They give a student a thorough and prac- tical course in half the time and at half the cost of schools using other systems. The famous Byrne Sim- plified Shorthand, of which tfiis school has the exclusive right to teach in the state of Texas, has added very materially to the rapid growth of their shorthand depart- ment, and the Byrne Practical Book- keeping, a system of actual business from start to finish, one of "Learn to do by doing,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

k-^ TtSWKmk- m IBMGSS i died last ^ Holt, son of J. J. Holt of was crushed to death skating on Amarillo creek last bank of earth caving in hai received notice from itoffice department at Wash to the effect that she will be raised from a fourth to a third class office in the near future. The C. M. & B. Co. the other day bought a load of corn, shelled and sacked, frum J. Ri Alexander. It red that. Mr. Alex- ght the Jamison place last This year he raised 95 to Is of corn to the acre- corn too. All our , country is actual farming, conducted llngly, and the results will i could be 4esired.r~Chan irier. i learn that Joe Fráii«r one 4j [experienced cattlemen and of section. as resident manager of Frasier has had as a cowman, and i, in a marked degree, those ive qualities which are so ry in the management of Bis selection for the meets with general satis faction.—Chancing Courier. A deplorable accident happened in the edge of Briscoe county Thurs- day resulting in the death of Elden Hon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

pkf*V - j-yjj \ ■ 'J;',■ " •••«fc ¿-tt • ■ -v C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician & surgeon Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office, at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. hereford, texas. JICO. P. SLATON a.ttorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. R. W. BOUNDS, H. D. physician and surgeon. Office at T. II. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. ALL CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Residence 'Phone No. 44. : Santa Claus at Smith & Orr'b. / ' ■■ ■ ■ r ; J. Li Park wis to from his ranch Wednesday after supplies. f. 1+ Qrm of Arhey spent Mon- day in Hereford on business. the Brand's new subscribers this week. Wd Dr. J. W. Hicks was called to Bovina Monday on professional duties. ■ J. B. Storm, Arney's successful Cotton farmer, came in Saturday after supplies. • Henry Saalfeld of Nazareth had business in Hereford Wednesday and Thursday. Uncle Fred D. Williamson and son,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 January 1905

by the superior Japa- nese torce , surrendered the fort 2. Worn out by continued row# General Nogi's forces, the Ruffian General Sioessel at about 9 o'clock p. m. oí the day :d fent General Npgi a note asking biro to arrange the term* of the capitulation. The fol- lowing** a brief summary of the tern of surrender as signed by both peñeráis: The text of article of capitulation of ths Port Arthur garrison, figned n Hare •ira4« thlf m 'wght ^ has moved to it and him and hi family. Miller of Enid, Ok., was caller in these parts a hut was more pleasing Stegal than anyone. N. Waldta of Hunt county and brother-in-law of T. W. Hart, «I*nt Christmas week prospecting in this locality. He was well pleased with this country and will likely make this his home sometime In the near future. Anderson Bros, who bought some cows from Mr. Williams resides 7 miles southwest of know a good thing and iways ready to take advantage they have a fine bunch of and will scon be demanding the market price for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 January 1905

. •' Vol. 4 HEREFORD. TEXAS, JANUARY 13, 1905 No. 4& BETTER PAY YOUR POLL TAX BEFORE FEBRUARY 1, 1905 11 * ■ i . ■ ' . , , . , ■ , ■ . . ■■ i i,, n ■ 1 ... . , " 1 ■ i, i , ■ i GAS NOR BIG WINDIES •" f<*íW-';í ,til.S': Not at actual cost but what it Will cost your guide. Our goods must go and we January first meet all "windies" or present . IP *Wmm; .. '.■■«■ ¥ ■>■■' to let your. will from this schemes to sell SSHHwrn^rrwiTK The Fármers of Deaf Smith aud Castro Counties Meet and Elect New Institute Officers. Jf.' t ♦.'*■.? $ i./ " : -. ) THE INSTITUTE'S WORK. Plant Laid for the Year's Work and Enthusiasm Runs High for Their Execution. Notwithstanding the fact that the inclemency of the weather made Saturday a v«y Mf*v©rabie day for holding a farmers' institute, es- pecially in a sparsely séttled country like this where the members have to come from such a great distance, a good attendance of the farmers of Deaf Smith and Castro counties was had at the court .house Saturday...

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