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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 October 1907

TU BftAWD fayu Exporting Gold is what happens to a nation when trade balances are against it Paying out money is what occurs when you liqui- date an indebtedness. Do it with checks drawn against this bank. They are val- uable vouchers in case you lose your < receipt. Banking accommodations obtained through bank- ing here are the best to be had. TM western nal Bank ot Mom Texas CAPITAL SURPLUS $50,000.00 35,000.00 G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier Dr. McFaden left Tuesday for St. Louis, where he will take a post- graduate course in medicine. He will return about May 1, 1908. Mr. Ramsey who won first prem- ium in wheat at the recent Fair still (has about 300 boshels Turkey Red seed wheat to sell. 32tf I have employed a first class sad die and harness man and will be able to do your work more promptly. J. A. Canterbury. 332t We have sold our entire stock, and would like for those indebted to us to call at the old stand and settle their account...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 October 1907

V ' ' 1SMB& ■ ■#' 'vv. "• K __ íG3i¡ "¿H I WAiP QUALITY AND PRICE TALK When too bay shot* why not bny the best that the price you pay will ^ny. We handle well advertised lines, th are guaranteed to give satisfaction. / The Walk-Over A Spleidtd Liu (or Mci The Queen Quaiity A special line for Ladies $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 A#SWELL SHOE made in all leathers and styles. price THIS IS ONE I j The American Gentleman Shoe for Men, Made by The Hamilton Brown Shoe Company. Price $4.00 and $5.co. =Additional Locals Phone 76 for salt. E. risnn. W. Har- 31tf Anything in the saddle and har- ness line, go to Canterbury's. 332t \ . Rev. V. H. Trammeli and wi£e are in the city from their claim in New Mexico. Sheriff E. F. fconnell returned from a trip into New Mexico today on the accommodation train. Rev. J. C. Mason came up from Dallas Wednesday and will spend a few weeks visiting his family at the College. Presiding Elder Sherman of Clar- endon was in Hereford on his regu- lar round Thursday ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 October 1907

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. 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.p Johnson MM Texas "The Staked Plains". The Llano Estacado, commonly called the "Staked Plains", is a pe- culiar geological formation found in no other place on the earth. It was once the bottom of a fresh water lake, but was lifted up until a great plateau was formed, surrounded on nearly all sides by a wall-like es- carpment. This wall in some places, notably in Brisco and Motley coun- ties, attains an almost perpendicular height of from SO to 400 feet, while in places the line between the Plains and the surrounding territory is hardly perceptable. It has been erroneously stated by some that the great plateau was called the "Staked Plains" because of the yucca or Spanish Dagger, a growth that re- sembles a stake or po...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 October 1907

3s == _ ■ < 4 «*««•••• r* r. .. ¿ ., *mh- .•* fe#*" tW #4 ■-; «■•. ***« .ti A «, ,r ■ I 1 FIRMS CONSOLIDATE The J. D. Thompson Land Company and the B. W. Milkr 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. Wires Wanted. In the settlement of the Big Pas- ture in the territory, a great many young men bid for claims and secured them. Under the law, all were com* pelled to go o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 October 1907

TBI BX1XF0RD BRAND «■ V Wants* •For «Sale LOST JLost.— A folding pocket Kodak. Finder please return to Alex Thompson. 23-tf Lost—On street last Sunday. ^Girl dark blue sweater. Return «9 A. P. Murchison. • It Lost —A ladies watch, between Hereford and Britton's place south of town, last Saturday. Finder will please return to this office and re- ctire reward. 34-tf Strayed.—From Bradley's pasture about September 9, 3 year old grey horse, no marks or brands, ex- cept a wire cut on left fore foot. Finder please notify G. B. Cobb. 2t MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED—To rent small residence close in. E. W. Harrison. It Wanted.—Girl to do light house work. Good wages. Mrs. R. H. Barnett. 34tf Wanted—To trade 160 acres land for good stock cattle, horses, hogs, or sheep. Address L. Gough, Hereford, Texas. 31tf Wanted—To take a 5-year lease on a brick hotel with 25 or 40 rooms in Hereford. Address R. L. D. care of Brand, Hereford, Texas. 32tf Wanted—Situation as governess for small children, in to...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 October 1907

—— m Panhandle Real Estate is -the Best Investment in the world today. DIAMONDS are the next best in rest men t to be found. You will find our stock of Dia- monds complete at all times and our prices are positively guaran- teed to be right. We also carry a special line of high grade railroad watches, in the Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton and Hamp- den movements. W. H. RAY ...Jeweler and Optician... Noon-Day Meetings. One unique feature of the Lewis meetings has been the services held in the business houses at the noon hour. The first of these meetings was held Tuesday at the Park drug store and was largely attended. The subject was "The King of fools". Mr. Lewis made a strong appeal to the men present and many testified at the close. On Wednes- day, the peeting was held at the Western National Bank, the subject being, "Thebigest liar in Hereford". The preacher spoke with much earnestness to the large crowd pres- ent. On Thursday the meeting was held at Johnson's, where another strQng talk...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

... The Hereford Bran = Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS. OCTOBER 11, 1907 No. 35 THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE IS KING IS the universal verdict of all who try it. A simple test will satisfy the most skeptical. We handle only the latest im- proved kinds, with the newest designs, etc. Every machine we sell is guaranteed to top notch. We do not charge you TWO prices—as agents do—but buying direct from the factory we are able to sell you a first class sewing machine—NONE better on earth, for $40.00. Agents get $65.00 for same ma- chine. We will also sell you a life=time=guarauteed machine for $18.75, cash. So do do dejay, but order up a machine to your home at once. Make your fall sewing a pleasant task for your wife to do. Our big store is CHUCKED full of the good things in house furnishings. Prices are marvelously cheap. Yours for a fair deal Furniture Dealer E. B. BLACK UNDERTAKER EXPRESS RATES. Business Men of Hereford Complain of the Unjust Charges Made by Express Company. A petition was circula...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

Free ON 31,1907 * « *v i We will present to the little girl under 14 years of age, FREE OF CHARGE, a BEAUTIFUL BUCK'S RANGE, who will give us the best TEN REASONS WHY her mamma should use a Buck's Cooking Stove. Come to our store and get a Buck's Pamphlet and your number. Success Sulky and Gang Plows Moline and Canton Disc Plows, Baker Perfect Barb Wire, American & Ellwood Farm Fence, Disc and Drag Harrows, Moon Bros. Buggies, Bain and Florence Wagons, Eclipse Windmills Our Car Superior Grain Drills ard here. Come in and let us show you the BEST DRILL ON EARTH. They will help you to make that 40 BUSHEL TO THE ACRE WHEAT CROP. We guarantee them to do the BEST of WORK with less DRAFT THAN ANY DRILL MADE Hardware * Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. Items From Hurt Another norther has convinced us that winter is approaching fast and lots of feed m the field unsaved. Rev. E. D. Morgan held services at the Killough school house Satur- day and Sunday with two additions. W. R. Norfleet has comme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

ni auroro Muro THE TOWN OVER IS OUR TERRITORY The soils of the Llano Estacado and the North Plains have been de- rived mostly from the sediments of an ancient Neocene fresh water lake and from the drift and wash brought down from the higher plains and mountains by the inflowing streams ,of this great lake. These soils are called residual and alluvial because of their origin and are always the richest and deepest soils of a conti- nent. The Valley of the Nile was formed in the same way, the fertility of which made that country at one time the granary of all the civilized nations. There is no part of the country that has a richer, a deeper and a more continuous soil than the Panhandle and a larger per cent, is tillable than may be found in any other section of the United States. The surface consist of ñne silt, sand and disintergrated rocks, giving rise to a variety of soils, ranging frdm the light limey, thru all the shades and grades of chocolate loams and dark sandy loams. Some of ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

ñ ■ —■- TBS BUSVORDfBRAID ■imiuiu mmmmm m* FARMS LANDS RANCHES If you have Farms, Ranches or City Property lor sale, list them with us. We are setting quite a line of Agent in the North and East and expect to bring a number of homeseekers to Hereford in the near future. Give us a chance to sell your property. Satisfaction guaranteed. City Property PARK & BOURN Hereford, Texas Goober- Grablers. Will ^Texas rob good old Georgia of her rightful name? It seems so. But when Texas does go into the peanut business, she will be able to supply the world and she is going into it, if indications mean anything. Peanut farms are being opened, pea- nut factories are being erected in which this edible legume will be prepared for the market. Peanut oil will be manufactured as well as peanut meal. It is said that the vines cannot be excelled for stock feed and that the hulls make a good fertilizer. The Dallas News has been receiving information about th«i crop in Texas, and has this to say about...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

THE HEREFORD BEAU? m | Charter Q k Stoves | \\aYe J||St ReCeÍVe(l | OARLANP STOVES | a car load of CHARTER OAK and GARLAND STOVES. Heating Stoves in styles and prices to suit everybody. Come and see them. We are still headquarters for HOOSIER GRAIN DRILLS, MOLINE WAGONS, JOHN DEERE PLOWS, COLORADO PERFECT BARBED WIRE, WOOD-STAR, LEADER and SAMPSON WINDMILLS, and everything you need in GENERAL HARDWARE. YOURS TO PLEASE GARRISON BROS Make Our Store Headquarters Success a Veritable Triumph. The well known and popular young showmen, Norria & Rowe are cele- brating the twentieth year of their partnership in the circus business by giving as pretty a souvenir as has ever been seen. Incidentally they have secured as fine an array of arenic featutes, novel acts and sen- sations as could well be secured. Each season finds this show larger and better than ever. This year they come to us with all new tents again and the spread of canvas is major's Studio PORTRAITS, VIEWS AND ENLARGEMENTS Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

i Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Udxu A. C. ELLlOrT, U tor Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND OMelal Org* ®**f Bmllh •nd Castra Caunttaa Entered April 17, 1901, « Nejnd<l« s n>|B matter, post offlce at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictlt iii advance FRIDAY, OCTOBER n, 1907 The Brand has always tried to give the news and has endeavored to publish such personal mentionings that would be of interest to at least a majority of its readers. It some- times happens that a friend will do something that deserves mention, if not a real commendatory write-up, and the whole thing goes unmen- tioned in the paper. The friends will catch up the paper and run thru it to see what the Brand had to say about him, but they look in vain,— nothing was said. This sets one to thinking and a few questions at once come up. Why didn't the Brand say something about it? Don't the editors like the family ? These are natural questions. Before pass...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

Depositors Rightly Smile At him who refutes to avail himself of the advantages of having a bank account. They know their money is safe from theft, injury or fire, while his is in danger all the time. The Western National Bank Suggests that if you have not yet opened an account it would do no harm to do so as an experiment. If you don't like the freedom from worry such an account will give you, you can close it any time. But you'll like it. The Mm national Bal oí MM, Texas CAPITAL SURPLUS $50,000.00 35,000.00 G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier Local and Personal The Brand is a dollar down. Geo. Abbott and wife of Arney were shopping in town this week. See Baskin Land Co.'s list of bar- gains in this issue. 35tf Racycle is the best wheel on the market. M. M. Majors, Agt. 22tf For fresh Jersey milk, ^all on the Hereford Dairy. Phone No.9. 24-tf Call at Myrick's and get a beau- tiful souvenir. One given to each family. <_ You will do well to see...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

Seeing is Believing. you able to tell the difference between clothes of real value and those of mere appearance of merit. Probably not. •you qui avoid taking chances by buy- ing "R&W" Clothes which we sell. —besides the grat- ification of satisfactory wear, you will also en- joy the distinction of being well dressed. —our variety has been selected from five hundred different fa- brics, the linings, trim- mings and even buttons were especially chosen with the idea of creat- ing the best possible values. — our London smoke grays, Van Dyke browns and Autumn tans represent the latest delicate effects. Geo. A. Stambaugh Hereford, Texas ^Additional Locals The Brand is a dollar down. T. J. Carter left Thursday after- noon for Austin on business. Phone 76 for salt. E. W. Har- rison. <31tf Warren 27-tf Plenty of alfalfa seed. Grain Company. Bran, shorts and cotton seed meal at E. W. Harrisons. 31tf. Sam Bratton went to Texico Wednesday returning the following day. Mrs. C. G. Witherspo...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

TBS HBRirORD BRAID mtmmmsmmmmmm. WE HAVE MOVED Cardwell Brothers will be located one block east of old stand, by the Central Hotel, for a few weeks, until our new building is completed. Don't forget the place, for we want your business. cardwell brothers The Cantaloupe Business. Theo. C. Lindsey, secretary of the Beaver County Melon Grower's Association, informed us the first of the week that there had been some- thing like 85 cars of cantaloupes shipped from this section of Texas county this season. He expects to ship enough more to fill out 100 cars this year. To a person unfamiliar with this business it is hard to figure out what the cultivation of this crop means to the farmers of Texas county. Each car contains 350 crates and each crate sells for from 60 cents to $5. The first cars brought the $5 price, then the price gradually declined un- til now a crate brings 60 cents. Those who raise contaloupes tell us there is pretty good money in them, even at that price. R. A. Pontow h...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

' ^ MM i •Tft •« • * Ü&W as —4— ■^r.-r !' - v*¿ir y$r, W. J. GIULLAND ' Will give you prompt service the best goods and the best prices in town. Come and look through when you need furniture. See our line of Blankets, Com- forts and Rugs. We have a full line of Davenports and Couches. We have a car of assorted furniture which will be here in a few days. No trouble to show our goods. Furniture Day Phone - n5 W. J. GIL1LLAND Hubbard & Barnett Our Glove Department was never more complete and the prices and quality are right. Men's Hosiery We can suit pou in quality, quantity and price. Our Underwear Department is full to overflow, ranging in price from 25cto $2.50 per garment. We have bargains in men's Negligee shirts, in light and medium dark grounds. They come in assorted patterns, special from 50c to $2.00 for the Celebrated Cluett brand. Undertaking Night Phone 250 PANHANDLE AND ITS MAKERS. Farming a Success—Cook County lilan Diversifies—Facts about his Farm and Ranch. A fe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

TSK HXRXFORD HUID Wants- For «Sale LOST 'Lost.—A folding pocket Kodak. Finder please return, to Alex Thompson. 23-tf MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 'Wanted.—Girl to do light house work. Good wages. Mrs. R. H. Barnett. 34t£ Wajtted—-To trade 160 acres land for good stock cattle, horses, hogs, or sheep. Address L. Gough, Hereford, Texas. 31tf Wanted—To take a 5-year lease on a brick hotel with 25 or 40 rooms in Hereford. Address R. L. D. care of Brand, Hereford, Texas. 32tf Wanted—Situation as governess for small children, in town or country. Also teach piano. References ex; changed. Address Mrs. Mary Polk Potts, 604 W. Houston St. Sherman, Texas. 34tf Loan Wanted.—I have a cus- tomer for a $2000 loan for two years at 10 per cent interest. Ample se- curity given. If interested see L. Gough. 35-3t LIVE STOCK FOR SALE ^ f Sale—Horses, mules and livestock of all kinds for sale by Claude Korton at Purcell's stable. 31tf For Sale.—Splendid young milch cow. Gentle, and has red heifer calf. R. E. Cook,...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 October 1907

• -n.1. (** ^ ■ • 1 ^'l-í í'K imgfc. . - í; The Banner Circus of America The Greater The Banner Circus of America NORRIS & ROWE CIRCUS Elevated Stage Mammoth Menageria Educational Musium The One Great Tented Amusement Enterprise That Fulfills Every Promise Colossal Two Ring Circus Such famous bare-back riders as as Geo. Holland with his four pure white stallions; Ed. V. Hocum, somersault rider; Prank Miller, hurrican jockey and hurdle rider; Herbert Rumley, rough rider; Frank O'Brien and his trick mule "Haude;" George Settler and his six white Shetland ponies; John Carroll and his well educated horse "Rinaldo!" Edna Maretta, somersault bare-back rider; Rose Dockrill, the dainty equestrienne; Ethel .Stetson, principal rider, Dolly Miller and her high school horses. The Big Aerial Numbers Include the Famous Flying Banvard Troupe; the Leffel Troupe of aerial horizontal bar experts; the Melnotte Troupe of high wire artists; Irene Haretta on the flying ladder; Ben Lucier and his gian...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 October 1907

** r«' , . ; SIXTEEN PAGES—PART ONE he Hereford Brand Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS. OCTOBER 16. 1907 No. 36 NAMES THAT STAND FOR QUALITY We point with much pride to the many lines of high standard goods carried in our stock --lines of goods the makers name alone stands as a first class guarantee of every article. We carry in stock and represent the Sharpin & Bros. Leather Parlor Furniture. Ostemoor and Sealey Mattress, the best on earth. Leggett & Piatt, a life time guaranteed Bed Spring. White and New Home Sewing Machines, the easiest running and none better made. The Baldwin Pianos, that stand at the top. The Globe Wernick Elastic Book Cases. The greatest line of Art Rugs made. The Streit line of Morris Chairs. The American Chair Company's line of Fine Rockers. The Wisconsin Chair Company's line of Fine Rockers. The Conrades Chair Company's line of Fine Rockers. The United States Manufacturing Company's line of Folding Beds. We show over 30 styles of Extention Tables. We show ov...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 October 1907

aft# 'fflSSaEm JÍ" Til HBftlfOR BILUTD ■ Free ON OCTOBER 31,1907 We will present to the little girl under 14 years of age, FREE OF CHARGE, a BEAUTIFUL BUCK'S RANGE, who will give us the best TEN REASONS WHY her mamma should use a Buck's Cooking Stove. Come to our store and get a Buck's Pamphlet and your number. Success Sulky and Gang Plows Moline and Canton Disc Plows, Baker Perfect Barb Wire, American & Ellwood Farm Fence, Disc and Drag Harrows, Moon Bros. Buggies, Bain and Florence Wagons, Eclipse Windmills Our Car Superior Grain Drills ard here. Come in and let us show you the BEST DRILL ON EARTH. They will help you to make that 40 BUSHEL TO THE ACRE WHEAT CROP. We guarantee them to do the BEST of WORK with less DRAFT THAN ANY DRILL MADE Hardware Stroud-Gary Hardware Co. implements IOWA AND TEXAS. Hon. Cato Sells, Former U. S. Dis- trict Attorney, Talks of His Home in Texas. Hon. Cato Sells, former United States district attorney for the north- ern district of Iowa, now Presi...

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