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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE. BRAND LIVESTOCK NEWS. |)unty Irned col- lanch istro fer in Ikla., lough les of A. takes trona leered rant- Ibear 13tf few [exaa lble )kla- |se of [ere- for Hita- re*** IIS [MS jver- me-. Items of Interest to Those Engaged in That Business. Cattle buyers from the north have not arrived in any great numbers as yet, but are expected in the near future. There is not much doing in the cattle business at present on account of the railroad not being able to furnish cars. Winfield Scott is here to deliver a herd of cattle to some northern buyers which had been contracted for some time since. W. B. Beach has sold to B. W. Miller, who recently purchased a ranch north of town, a bunch of 65 two- and three-year-old steers at private terms. C. C. Bradford on Saturday pur- chased 2000 twos from different Castro county parties, most of which were purchased from Messrs. Mc-' Lean, Croley and Ovetheir. Messrs. Avis & Palmer on Wed- nesday sold 75 head of stock cows to W. G. Slagle, who rece...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

usas m THE # BRAND Local jz? News Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf 7. C. Cox was a pleasant caller in town Saturday. Examine our new line or Hohner harps. Killough & Montgomery. 9t£ W. Folwell of Greer county, Okla., is prospecting hereabouts, having arrived Monday. We have just received a new con- signment of Loose Bros.' fine choc- olates. Killough & Montgomery. Stf No more credit in the oil or ice business, must be strictly cash. Ice tickets fcr sale. TroyWomble. 14tf B. C. D. Bynum, who has been making an extended visit among friends in Mississippi, returned Mon- day. Killough & Montgomery are now selling home-made candy, made by G. H. Price, an experienced candy maker of Corsicana. Try it. 8tf C. M. Hardin came in Monday to look after his lumber interests here. He found everything in a flourish- ing condition under the able manage- ment of J. C. Newman. Remember that we have the larg- est line of agricultural implements in the Panhandle and we will sell them...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

THE BRAND Local jz? News ^ Items R.M.JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Catarrhal Affections a Specialty. All calls attended to day or night. Telephone at residence, No. 33. Hereford - - - - - Texas. C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'Phone No. 82 Office at Gough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. ia. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. Lr. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee " at 8 p. m. Lv. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 May 1902

the. # BRAND Local ^ News ^ Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf W. J. Killough was a business caller in town Monday. Blue grass seed at Johnson & Fer- guson's coal and grain store. lltf J. D. Tucker of the OYO ranch in Castro county was in town Satur- on business. For Sale or Trade—My residence property in town. Price $1100, J. D. Files, Hereford, Texas. 8tf R. J. Sanders of Corsicana came in Friday to look after his; large paoperty interests at this place. We pay cash for your produce— chickens,butter, eggs, etc. Highest market prices. Hereford Meat Market. 13tf Born—On Wednesday, May 21, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clem- ments, a boy. Both mother and son are doing nicely. For Sale—1 3-4 inch Marcy cyl- inder. Been in use two years. Will sell cheap. Inquire at Johnson & Ferguson's grain store. 8tf W. F. Stimson, manager of the Hereford Nursery, will leave about the first of June on a canvassing trip in Deaf Smith, Castro and Hale counties. C. E. McLane, the well known C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

?7T r jt WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas j. 5* iub. «cripiio Ratal Prr Year $1.50 <> Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy ,05 in clubs of fivk To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. v«r!isintf Rutes Display, 25 cents per inch. Nc dis- counts tor tune or space. Lot •ii re tiling no- tices, lOc-ntsper line, each inser- tion. tek.v.v casi! in ADVANCfc Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make ail remittances pay- able to Th« Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress ot March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JUNE O, 1902 No. 16 All Over the Panhandle The Miami public school will close June 13th. Childress papers are complaining of enormous rents and scarcity of houses. Clarendon boasts gf having more ¡shade trees than any other town in the Panhandle. The Clarendon physicians have entered into a combine which forbids the cutting of prices on professional work. Si* hundred fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE BRAND Our Railroads Largely Overpaid, Compared With Other Countries. Professor Frank Parsons, who has been at work for a number of years on a book on the railroad question, is authority for the following inter- esting data relative to what American railroads receive for carrying the mails, in comparison to what the railroads in foreign countries obtain for like service. The difference is so radical that it offers food for thought for the mem- bers of congress who are paid by the public to look out for its interests at Washington. The United States pays the rail- roads, for carrying the mails, about $30,000,000 per annum. This en- ormous sum is further increased to 837,000,000 when rental of mail cars is included. In France, the railroads, in re- turn for their grants of right of way, carry the mail free. The only excep- tion is where the government uses a postal car of its own, the railroad re- ceives about a cent a mile, almost nothing, for hauling government cars. In Switzerla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE 4* BRAN1 FROM SANTA ANA, CAL. A. Bennett, Our Former Townsman, Is Much Pleased With His New Home. The editor of The Brand recently received a letter from Grandpa Ben- nett, who is now living with his son, Rev. N. B. Bennett, at Santa Ana, Cal., which we publish, as Mr. Ben- nett has maey íriends in this vicinity who would .fee pleased to know how he is getting along and how he likes his new kcane: Santa Ana, Cal., May 26, 3 902. Mr. Vanfierburgh :— As many of my friends asked me to write to them after having arrived here, I thought I would take the short way for it and write to you and have you publish it in The Elrand, as it would be such a task for me to write to all those who , wished to hear from me. As to my trip, I came through all right. I passed through the rough- est country I ever saw en my ¿ife. Prom Texas to California it is a dreary desert, and corar.es as near .being nothing as can 3ne imagined. Here in California i is different, .however, as the whole country is •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE j£s 3RAND t""4 Local A & News a ? Items Frank Vaughn, sheriff of Castro county, was in town Monday. J. F. Merritt of Lubbock was registered at the Hereford House cn Monday. John E. Day, the well known North Draw cattleman, is in town this week on business. Have your dressmaking done by Mrs. Feemster and Mrs, Coston. Parlors at the former's resid- ence. 19tf £. L. Ellis, one of Deaf Smith county's prominent cattlemen, was a business caller in town Wednesday and Thursday. H. M. Miller of Denver, who represents the Geneva Nursery Company in this section, was a pleasant caller at this office on Tues- day. Judge C. F. Kerr of Dimmitt was a business caller ill town yesterday. Mr. Kerr is a candidate ¿or re-elec- tion to the office which he now holds —that of county judge of Castro county. Troy Womble, the ice man, t«kfi* this means of notifying his patrons that on Sundays ice will be delivered in the morning only. Anyone want- ing ice on that day will please bear this in mind. 13t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE # BRAND Li- le- of ler ler 15. ted [a* lost }he |tiy >se |em ind i*r rs ¡is L. R. Bradly was in town yester- day. J. W. Bradly was a caller in town yesterday. H. B. Smith is now employed as deputy in the postoffice. It is reported that the Canadian river is on the rise again. Henry VonLienen will on Sunday ship two cars of fat cattle to the Kansas City market. Sam L. Chalk of Portalea, N- M., was registered at the Hereford House on Wednesday. Mrs. J. D. Bratton and children, Miss Rose and Master Albert, came in Sunday from Canyon and it is un- derstood they will henceforth make their home at this place. Judge J. P. Connell is engaged in taking the school census of Hereford. He expects to have finished his labors in time for the publication of the census in next week's issue of The Brand. C. Christoph of Amarillo came in Wednesday and is visiting his daughter, Mrs. G. W. Dale. Mr. Christoph is a stone mason and ex- pects to assist in the erection of the Hereford College. Mr. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE. BRAND The Brand A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Panhandle Country of Texas FRANK L. VANDERBURGH Editor and Publisher Watch Hereford grow! * Again we say incorporate. By the way, how about, fencing the public school grounds and planting trees thereon? * Patronize your home merchants. This adominationx wo are pleased to state, applies only to a very few. * We could fill our paper with the advantages of incorporation and we rould enumerate the disadvantages in one word—none. * Now is the time to push any pub- lic enterprises which are needed for the welfare of the town and country. With money plentiful, good crops insured and the general prosperity prevailing our citizens will never be in a better position to help along fi- nancially any moves in this direction. Strike while the iron is hot. The Stratford Star is authority for the statement that that town will soon have a $10,000 college. Suc- cess to the enterprise. * $0twithstanding *ho fact that the American p^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

\ THE BRAND íer wa in led inc\ the> tho act gh- his tivo F G. 1 S THE CUTS I have for this week only illustrate METAL WORK, I will describe how that das3 of work ¿a done. You often see teeth without Plates advertised. Fig. i fully illustrates that class of work, You will readily re: that the patieut ha¿ four natural teeth, the second molars (which aro crowned with gold) and the two canines (which are cut off and Richmond Crowns set), Then we set in Pcrcelaine facings and ihe pjece of work js attached together with gold, which is com- monly allied a '«Bridge,'' All of this class of v/ork I do with coin gold, which is the toughest gold *ve can get. Those need- ing this class of work would do well to call and see my facil- ities for doiqg this branch of Dentistry. Figs, 2 and 3 illus- trate smaller pieces of work. Fig. 4 shows surfaces of teeth, and is intended for a diagram showing the work done, which I will give you for references, as cach tooth operated on will be marked, while ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

YAfc > VkANb ^arj i..¿-^ ~^r~'+.r~,¿,M~ -i HEREFORD DIRÜ. ItsBrick Making Qualities Tested By the Denton Brick Works. Yesterday Judge Ferguson re- ceived by expresa the samples of brick which were made by the Denton Bfick Works frOm 'dirt gathered around Hereford. Local brick ex- perts are of'the bpinfbh that the dirt was not given a fair test by that company, as from the samples sent it is evident that they burned our dirt ^ith a fire brick dirt, which can stahd'múch more heat than Ours or any other "which is calculated for building 'faaterial. As it was our Hereford dirt was melted and run into ah unshaped mass and resembles iron ore :morre than anything else. Dr. W. E. Robertson, who has had considerable experience in the brick making business, says that the sam- ples sent are not of a discouraging nature, though, it would appear so to anyone hot familiar with the business. He says that with a little expert 'mentation in the matter of temper- ature :in the burning proccss it i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE, BRAND g at íes |rry "he 181 on rom |red ly : I J lw. D. Eer- jred |aP" ish- litor :k- ;rs' )ss' lew fere fere ;st. ire- | the Utf HEREFORD COLL8QK. To Be Opened for the Admission of Students September xo, 1902. The Hereford College will open its doors for students on the 10th of September, 1902, in the new, pro- gressive and beautiful little city of Hereford, county seat of Deaf Smith county, situated 47 raíles south of Amarillo on the Pecos Valley and Northeastern Railway, a branch of the great Santa Fe System. The following are some of the In- ducements it offers to students and patrons of the Southwest 1 1. ' An altitude of about ¿600 feet give6 a dry pure atmosphere. This with an abundance of good, pure water giveg us an advantage In point of healthfulness enjoyed by few other institutions.in the land, 2. A community of high moral tone, exempt from the evils of sa- loons, "blind tigers" and drunken- ness. 3. Excellent material equipment. The main building, now in process of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THt # BRAND nnrfrJ/fciíWAKIWBBíHifg«J¿'<iT.."^■■■.■I'Jiriy'.rt'.Jr>twr.1T.'i,t-j,„.,..J^v,T'J:,:r.,■ 1 ■„ ... L', ,i r.-UM'Ui. J .'.'i li.iH,:,!,,:;,!:!1. /:.■ .-.a yjyiT ,7" Loca1 a & News i 7 Items Subscribetor The Brand. R, Knight -was in from, his ranch Tuesday on business. The Burton-Lingo Ccsrpany have had their offige painted, which im- proves its appearance very mui'fi. I have accommodations fortwo for board and lodging. Table boarders also wanted. Mrs. S. E. Bus- ter. . * ' 17t£ Miss Mary Howell was in froa the ranch Tuesday and had some dental surgery performed at Dr. W. E. Robertson's. If your eyes give yOu trouble go to Meeks for glasses. Many times headaches afe relieved by . peeper use of spectacles. 13tf W. E. Hicks was'a pleasant and appreciated caller at this office on Tuesday ánd bad his name placed on our list of páid-up subscribers. ' Thanks. The Misses Leora and Leola Scott entertained a few friends at their home Tuesday evening. AÜ who were so fortuna...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE BRAND Local ^ News ■£> Items PMFE5WIL SHHDS. R. M. JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Catarrhal Affections a Specialty. All calls attended to day or night. Telephone at residence, No. 33. Hereford Texas. C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'Phone No. 82 Office at Gough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE Ly. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee " at 8 p. m. Lv. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 June 1902

THE BRAMO Local jSZ? News Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Have your picture taken at Meeks. 13tf Mrs. Robert Humphrey was a pleasant caller in town Friday. H. P. D. Howard of the —8 ranch was in town over Sunday with his parents. See Troy Womble for ice. He will deliver it at lAc per pound. Phone 76. lOtf B. P. Stone, formerly editor of this paper but now of the Roswell Register, was in town over Sunday. We pay cash for your produce— chickens,butter, eggs, etc. Highest market prices. Hereford Meat Market. 13tf Marsh Parker, a cattle buyer from Omaha, Neb., came in Sunday and is looking for bargains in the bovine line. Do you want a well drilled? If so F. C. Hutchinson will make you special prices while his machine is in town. He guarantees l?is work to be satisfactory. 13tf Clifford Slayton was in ftorn his North Draw ranch Saturday on business. He says that the rains have insured a fine crop for the stock farmers in his district. Harmon Beach, who is represent- ing the Jam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

h w it Id Id. Id l! Id k Ie le I' - J} WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan* Handle of Texas •Sub* •crlytlon R t« Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 '« . .40 1 Copy .05 in ci.ubs ok five To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vartUln^ Rates I isplay, 25 cexts I er inch. No dis- counts for time or space. Local reiding no tices, lOcents per line, each inser- tion. terirs, cash in ADVANCE Address all busi- ness communica- tions aré make all remittances pay- able to The Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JUNE. 13, 1902 No. 17 All Over the Pan handle Matador has a cotton gin, Extensive repairs will be made on the Baptist church edifice of Claren- don. Three boys were killed nsar Hig- gins in a recent heavy electrical storm. Childress, at her 'recent local option election, went'anti by a large majority. The Amarillo pogtoffice has been changed from a third...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE # BRAND Program tor Northwest Texas Press Association. The following is the program adopted by the executive committee of the N. W. T. P. A. which met at Bowie last Saturday for that pur- pose : President's address. "Getting Business and Keeping it," Harry Koch, Tribune-Chief, Quanah. "Best System of Collecting," A. M. Seville, News, Clarendon. H •'Whftt a Newspaper owes to the Public," W. A. Johnson, .Herald, Memphis. ' "What the Public Owes to the Newspaper," T. W. Davis, Repub- lic, Weatherford. "Premiums and voting contests," N. W. Holcomb, Messenger, De- catur. "Should Entertainments that are charged for have press notices free ?'' Orion Procter, Index, Boyd. Should we charge Advertisers a Flat Rate?" J. N. Rogers, Gazette, Jacksboro. y Price to charge for Foreign ad- vertising," J. F. Lockney, Advocate, Amarillo. Report of delegates to the Na- tional Editorial Association. ' Question box - Cloudcroft and Los Angeles, and the Mammoth Cave were discussed as places to visit a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE BRAND ! Bug Hie prow- íat it God Ibusi- Lents, In (le- ts, is Mld- ele- Iwind i of a reJ rork |Ras- this |e to tract Swell [lege 1200 luan- Ithat are kier. Id of Iford ford Ided (elia ars ísed ren.« hade Íing rre- e, lea- ot [1 , DEALER IN s A D D L S OF ALL GRADES, FIRST QUALI- TY NAVAJO BLANKETS HIGH GRADE SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS We have an up-to-date line of Spurs, Bits and other Sundries. We use nothing but Eberhart skirting on our Saddles. HEREFORD TO CELEBRATE. Enthusiastic Meeting Held at Mur- chison & Boyd's Real Estate Office. Last Monday afternoon a meeting cf the public spirited citizens and business men was held at the real es- tate office of Murchison & Boyd 'for the purpose of determining whether Hereford would have a big celebra- tion on the great and glorious Fourth. Judge L. Gough was elected to preside over the meeting and F. L. Vanderburgh was appointed secre- tary. * Chairman Gough then stated • the object of the meeting and said that if it was the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE * BRANQ HEREFORD CATTLE At Hereford—\ Sight flever Before Seen oa the Plaint. With the shipment of the long i:S" two-year-old steers from Here- ford this week there have been 4S,?Q0 head of cattle *ent from this point to the Northwest. There are $300 in the long "S" herd so\d by the C. C. Slaughter Cattle Company of Texas to the Pioneer Cattle Com- pany of Montana, of which Conrad Kohrs of Helena is president, and J. M. Boardman, general manager. This is the largest delivery of two* year-olds of one mark and brand made to one purchaser in the Pan- handle, and attracted unusual in* terest from the fact that there were upwards of 2000 whitefaces in one of the bunches, chiefly the descen- dents of Ancient Briton, the famous World's Fair champion Hereford bull of 1893, and ten of his best bred registered sons which came to the Slaughter breeding establishment with him. Besides to their regis- tered Hereford cows these bulls were bred on the cross "J" cows, 2000 of which came to the ...

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