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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

AT TES OPSRA HOÜSX. Local Talent to Hold the , Boar* — Popular Cuban War Play Gttoa for Bapá Benefit. On Tuesday night, Nor. 19th the Hereford Dramatic Club will present the very popular Comedy-Drama, «•The Cuban Spy," written by Mr. Frank Dumont. This is one of Mr. Domont's most popular plays and has been played with success by a number of good traveling companies. The leading character is Elenora, "The Cuban Spy" whose father was murdered by a false friend. This girl Elenora is on the trail of the ▼illian and gets into many thrilling scrapes in her attempts to aid the struggling men of Cuba who are trying to rid themselves of the hated rule of the Spanish Government. Another character is Richard Car- son, an American, who is on his way to Cuba to aid the Patriots in their bitter struggle against oppression, meets Elenora on board the ship in which he is a passenger, and saves her life by preventing the crew who are in the pay of Spain from killing her, when she is discovered as a ...

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 — 15 November 1907

.. Wholesale Prices ■■■■■■iONMMBHHÜ Boys' Clothing $6.00 Suit for 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 ii it ti ti ti ti ti it $4.65 4.05 3.75 3.25 2.85 All new goods, and the best values In town. These prices are STRICTLY CASH. H. C. MYIRCK Do You Want to MaKe ■HSome Money—— If you do, when you want anything in the Lumber line come to see us. We have the largest stock that has ever been carried in Hereford. We have just unloaded a car of windows, all sizes, also a car of screen doors. Our prices are down to the "rock bottom" mark. It will pay you. Kemp Lumber Co. J. W. Burks, Local Manager M mvmfowA. Till! —i First Slate Bank ol Hereford HEREFORD, TEXAS CAPITAL $30,000.00 Solicits the accounts of the citizens of Hereford and surrounding country upon sound Banking Principles. We call your attention to the following safeguards of a Texas State Bank, as laid down by the Texas State Bank Law: 1st. No officers of a State Bank shall be indebted to the Bank in any sum whatsoever without the written consen...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

W'J- ?':« >jrr. • é Educational Column "Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested." Jane and Clyde Greggs who hare recently moved to Hereford with their parents from Fort Wayne In- diana, are now new pupils in the 6th and 7 th Grades respectively. Parents, are you aware that the school in which your children are enrolled, and where they attend five days in each week is a real gymna- sium where the young mind receives its training and gains its earliest strength? Mary Parmer is again in school after an absence of several weeks on account of sickness. Here are a few gems of gold! "The best hearts are ever the bravest." "Bad habits gather by unseen de- grees." "As brooks make rivers, rivers run to seas." "We can do more good by being good than in any other way." Boys do not kill the birds for they are cur little friends. It is said that the country loses three hundred million dollars a year through the ravages of insects, and every o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

TBI HSmXPORD BRAID The Brand 0. w. HAWKINS, Basinets Muafcr. A. C. ELLIOl T, Editar. Address «U communicstisns to THE HEREFORD BRAND gUI Orgmm for Dt«T Smfttli •>a Castro CosbUm Entered April 17, 1901, u second-clsss mail matter, post office t Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price SI.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1907 RESOURCES OF TEXAS. The Dallas merchant , in their efforts to restore confidence among the people of Texas, have caused to be issued a full page advertisement in the Dallas News, setting forth the resources of the state. The Brand, at this time, could do nothing better for the Panhandle people than to publish what these men have to say. That the Panhandle comes in for her share of these great resources is a matter of profound satisfaction. The present financial strain, (it can- not be called a panic when the people are so prosperous), comes from a break in the thread of confidence and the unwarranted capitalizati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

THE HEREFORD BRAND Ladies Cheyene Hats • * 50c > Ladies Caps 50c Ladies Gauntlet Gloves qoc Colgates Talcum Powder 20c Hand Bags 25c to $1.50 Military Hose Supporters 15 25 and 30c Corsets and Girdles 25c to $1.25 Calicos, per yard . ... 5J to 8c Baby Toques 25c Fascinators 25c Shawls, knit . 35C Ladies Hose, per pair ro to 75c A Small Depositor at this bank is treated with the same courtesy and consideration as a large one. ü/>e Western National Bank. is conducted for the convenience of every ^business man or woman. If you have hesitated to open an account because your affairs are not large, hesitate no longer. Your account will probably be as large as many others now on the books. THE Mm National Bank if Htrefonf, Tanas CAPITAL SURPLUS $50,000.00 35,000.00 G. A. F. Parker, President J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller Cashier Mrs. John W. DeAtley was at the conference last week, returning Sun- laranteed that it Sewell & Brazil. will not 39 tt Ross is in Kentucky this ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

" . -i-X -v " - ■ ■ ional Local 4000 new post card at the Elite. Bran, shorts and cotton seed meal at E. W. Harrisons. 31tf. Plenty of sacks for Kaffir corn and maize. Warren Grain Co. 37ii Haray Cash of Dimmitt was do- inff business in and aróund Hereford Panhandle oats, 36 pounds to the bushel. Let us send you a sack. E. W. Harrison. 27-tf You will do <rell to see C. S. Rich- ards for city and ranch property be- fore buying. 28-tf Dr. A. J. Caldwell, Eye, Ear, Noee and Throat, new Carson build- ing, Amarillo, Texas. 27-tf Young man! Stop at El Mérito Pharmacy tonight for a box of Fine "Allegretto Candy" for your lady. F. G. Elliott went to Texico, Sun- day, returning Tuesday, to visit Mrs. Elliott, who is making a short stay with her sister in New Mexico. Mrs. Alfred Bebee of Lorland, Colorado, is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Yanderburg. Mrs. Bebee is a niece of Mr. Yanderburg. Cold weather is coming. You will need hot fires. You had better let us repair your old flue b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

TU HBRBPORD BRAND ML I KRE80 Combination of Coal-Tar Derivative . (NON-CARBOLIC.) A STANDARDIZED DISINFECTANT, ANTISEPTIC CLEANSER, DEODORIZER AND PURIFIER Rr««« m hiih vttek Mki l« kwMr «atar Am aa* «liar mmH«4 tar baaaabairf diaiafacnaj, and It ia prafaraWa aarMia mié. hiain U 4m* aat burm, m afttortéa •f tlaia, aapparaa, ala., kaciaaa Firm. It la aafa. la iba dllartaa Faeee*ee«e4 ft la praattaaltr aaaaaiaaaaaa, aad aaa *aii>>n ka aaa4 fraal,, ü< la aafa ta ka ra araaa4. It la iM aaaatia ar irrltatiagi t éa«a ax aaaaak maula, aad tkarafara 4aaa mi 4aaira, plaaiktak * Aaaa aat paraaaaaatlt aaaia ai*i>la faWtaa. SteiuL It la afaativa. Oar laboratory laata raqaira ikat la a IS aaiatlaa it aiaai <na > iba Mat raafetaat dlaaaaa-garm 1 *a araaa pa* paraa> ta aaa aalaaaa. It feua diaiafaaaa, ataaaaaa aad pa/iflaa. It 4aatr«ff foal a4ara, aat by aakatfMtlag aaatbar, bal ky 4aa:ra«>a( iba m«w a/ tba a4ar. Third. It la *Ma4ar4lia4; aivajra tfca aaa a. Toa aaa 4apa«4 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

mIt'i*ji Jr Vv¿4- m ClurtirOikStoTM We Have Just Received OAKLAND STOVES a car load of CHARTER OAK and GARLAND STOVES. Heating Store* in styles i 1—1- Come and see them. We are still headquarters for and prices to suit everybody* wuum. 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 1 GARRISON BROS Make Our Store Headquarters AHOTHER EDITOR MAD. Thinks Texas Farmer Slow to Learn—Houston Pott Makes Comparisons. It is a shame to do it. We hate to slam a small, little wad of earth like South Carolina, but it becomes necessary at times to draw from the sublime figure of truth every vestige of drapery in order that the world may behold her glorious charms. The noisy, medlesome and fakeri- ferous Charlestown News and Courier feels called upon to discuss agricul- ture in Texas. Of course it knows nothing about agriculture of any kind, let alone the magn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

ir ELITE IT' BEST Candies, Cigars, Fruits The most up-to-date confectionery in Hereford. Our Motto: Quality and freshness. FresH Box Candies Received Weekly Come in and see us P. R. Purcell & Sons Livery, Feed and Sale Stables GOOD SADDLERS GENTLE DRIVERS Special Conveniences for Drummers HEREFORD TEXAS The patronage of the general public is cordially solicited BOONE BARBER SHOP E Z Shaves. Hot and Cold Baths on Short Notice L. E. THOMPSON Proprietor Rev. Smith will Leave. At the Conference in Amarillo last week, the "powers that be" de- cided to change Bro. A. C. Smith from this station to Gatesville; in fact a little trading was done by which Pastor Storey of Gatesville comes to Hereford and Bro. Smith goes to Gatesville. While Here- ford regrets to lose Bro. Smith, it is understood that the Gatesville charge is in the way of consideralbe promo- tion. both in point of membership and emoluments, and for this/eason the Brand extends to the retiring pastor the congratulations of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 15 November 1907

* «.«,s, ; u. t the hxrktord brato FARMS IN PANHANDLE LANDS RANCHES If you have Farms, Ranches or City Property for sale, list them with us. We are getting quite a line of Agent in the North and Cast 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 THE GILLIAM GLOBE GOBBLES. (Continued from Page Two) "nahsty" not even Catoline Whittle- some Williams. This is the subter- fuge of a defeated enemy. And does he think that the only decent and civilized people live in Missouri? What about the 100,000 Missour- ians who live in Texas? Are they decent people?) "It is the man who goes there to farm it who gets swindled." (Ask J. H. Howe from Saline county, Missouri, and a thousand other Panhandle farmers.) "You can't swindle the speculator, for he has nothing but Texas land, and if you were to get a whole coun- ty of it for nothing but wind, you would find...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

' The Hereford Bra Vol. 7 HEREFORD, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22, 1907 No. 41 NOVEMBER CASH SALE CONTINUES Sale prices are STRICTLY CASH. Our prices will enable you to keep a part of your money at home during the Financial Crisis. Look at the following prices: Ladies' and Children's Coats Regular $2.50 Coat, Sale Price $ 1.85 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.00, 7.50 8.00 8.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 2.35 2.75 3.15 3.50 4.00 4.25 4/75 5.00 5.45 5.85 5.95 6.00 7.35 9.45 11.75 Reduction on MILLINERY We have devided our trimmed hats in two lots. 1-3 and 1-4 off. Veilings, Plumesv Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments and every- thing else in the Millinery De- partment 1-4 off. No reduction on special orders. Men's and Boys' Pants Regular $5.00 Pants, Sale Price $3.95 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 3.65 3.15 2.75 2.35 2.00 1.60 1.40 1.20 Boys' Knee Pants $1.25 Pants, Sale Price 90c 1.00 " " " 75c .75 " " " 55c .65 " " " ___.__50c .50 ." " " 35c .40 " " " 25c Mens' Odd Lots Fleeced Undershirts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

"V-- ■?' ; 7 mmmrnam f -Cv- . = TIB BRAND Buck's Hot Blast Heaters Make Warm Rooms In the Cold Winter Time Our Our Stock of Buck's Heaters is Large Our Prices are Attractive You See Them—You Buy Them November Special Offerings 1 Great Majestic Ranges, Bucks Enameled Lined Cook Stoves are world's best. Price and service satisfac- tory. Lap Robes in Silk Plush, Wool, Rubber and Melton. From $2,50 to $25,00 each. Bargains in them / from now to Dec. \, Come in and look them over, Superior Grain Drills, Moline and Canton Disc Plows, P & O Success Sulky and Gang Plows and every- thing that a large and up^to^date Hardware House carries, at prices that make our competitors "set up and take notice/' Horse Covers, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Moon Bros. Buggies, Bain and Florence Wagons, all at special prices for the next two weeks. A car of Woodmanse Steel Windmills, a car of the Old Reliable Eclipse Windmills, 3 cars of Baker Perfect Barb Wire, 2 cars of American and Ell- wood Hog Fence at ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

Ill r«lf(W> ! /«D SOUTH CAROLINA CORN. Combination of Ci a!-Tar Derivatives. nON-CAsíDOLIC.) A STANDARDIZED DBiMFcCTAHT, ANTISEPTIC CLEANSER, DEODORIZER AND PUHiFSER Kreso possesses dv:rl«ces shlch r.\.i\c !t fceiter and s fsr than *nv other material (or household dislnfccung, anil It is preferable to otrtHtÜc acid, becd\i e it does not burn, tochloriic of lime, copperas, etc., because Firtt. It !s safe. In th* d!l'ition recommended It Is practically c>n po'sonot:*, and can therefore be used freely, and Is safe to ha/e around. Ii is not caustic or Irritating; it does rot • attack metals, and therefore caes cot destroy plumbing; it docs not permanently stain washable fabric*. Second. It Is effective. Our laboratory tests require that ir. a 1 % solution it must dearroy the mi'st resistant disease-perm «the green pus gertn) in one mlnuic. It thus disinfects, cleanse* and purifies. It destroys fuul jdors, not by substituting another, but by destroying the caasi of the odor. Third....

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

r , .■ ■ ; . < ? t'0í ■■■ ■ ;. ' .. • .... ¿ ■ pi.. | * ?«: 's TOKjw * THE HEREFORD BRAND mMMHHMHi I Charter Oak Stov. | Q [jaye JUSt ReCe^d GARLAND 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 PLEA5E GARRISON BROS Make Our Store Headquarters Cleo Community As it has been some time since I have given the Brand readers the news from this community, I shall endeavor to do so this morning. W.. H. Gilbreath and family of Tulia visited his brother, J. T. Gil- breath and family of Cleo, last week. J. A. Johnson rounded up all his cattle last Friday and started for Dameron's ranch where he will dip them. Mr. Johnson has a nice bunch of cattle and plenty of feed, and he thinks they will go through the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

'" * THI HBRBFMI BKAHD FARMS BARGAINS IN PANHANDLE LANDS RANCHES If you bar® Farms, Ranches or City Property for sale, list them with us. We are getting quite a line of Agent in the North and East and expect to bring a number of homeseekers to Hereford in the near future. Gire us a chance to sell your property. Satisfaction guaranteed. City Property PARK & BOURN Hereford, Texas on The Forty Sixth Star. The forty sixth star was added to Old Glory last Saturday when the President affixed his signature and the great seal of the United States was attached to the proclamation making Oklahoma a state of the Union. This is the first state to come into the Union with a prohi- bition proviso in ÜMsConstitution. The state offioerajfre alnDemocratic which fact if'' jfue largely to the great numbeiiof Texa^/people who had moved intqlhe X^rritory. Gov- ernor-elect HasCeíl took the oath of office in the presence of a large num- ber of citizens from both Oklahoma and the Indian Territory. A ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

TEE HlftftFORD BRAND The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Business Manager. A. C. ELLIOTT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Official Organ for Deaf 8mi«K asad Castro Cotaaatlaa Entered April 17, 1901, es 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, NOVEMBER 22, 1907 I FINANCIAL CONDITION. Th; week has brought some relief to the stress in financial circles. Large shipments of gold from Europe, the purchase by the government of 400,000 pounds of the yellow metal in open market at a small advance, the issuance of fifty million dollars of Panama Canal bonds and one hundred million dollars in govern- ment notes, have all had the effect of restoring confidence among the people. The president has issued a public letter appealing to the citi- zens of the county to aid in putting the financial institutions of the nation in better condition by bringing their hoarded funds fr...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

' THE HEREFORD BRAND 8*5 I Your Hand's In Your Purse all the time if you keep your cash about you. You see so many little things you buy because the money is so handy. You wouldn't buy half of them if you had an account at Uñe Western National Bank. You would decide that you didn't need them bad enough to warrant drawing a check. The price of those many things you wouldn't buy would make a very comfortable saving at the end of a year. Ever think about it in that way. The western National Bank al Hereford. Teas CAPITAL SURPLUS G. A. F. Parker, President %8SG«SB6QSa£I^2*£E3?3: $50,000.00 35,000.00 J. L. Smith, V. President F. B. Fuller PnshiVr Local and Personal 4000 new post cards at the Elite. W. B. Miller left for northern points Wednesday afternoon. Phone 76 for salt. rison. E. W. Har- .31 tf Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Jowell will leave tomorrow for El Paso where they will spend the winter. Panhandle oats, 36 pounds to the bushel. Let us send you a sack. E. W. Harrison. 27-tf You will do ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

. ' mm Brand Want Adi Bring Results If you want anything or nave something for sale, list it in this department. TIB BB1BF0RD BRAND Additional Locals* Joe Pcggott of Butler, Mo., has just come to Hereford to spend the winter. B. D. Woodlee of Dimmitt was in the city Wednesday on his return from Le Meaa and other South Plains points. Walter L. Simms of Parmerton was in the city yesterday on business. He reports the new town in a pros- perous condition. Married—Mr. A. H. Morris and Miss Ola Scott, at 6 o'clock, Thurs- day evening, Rev. O. W. Dean offi- ciating. The couple left at once on the east bound train for Ft. Worth and other Texas points. J. S. Warner returned last even- ing on the belated train from a four weeks visit at Leon, Iowa, and other points in the northwest. He re- ports that the financial stress has been keenly felt in that state. N. H. Dennison is feeling proud this week as he tells us of four fami- lies that he has just located here, all of whom have unloaded their...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

THE BIRirORD BRAND H r A REMOVAL SALE OWING to the fact that we are going to have to remove our goods from present warehouses in the near future, we are going to make ROCK BOTTOM Prices to the trade for the next ninety days on following articles: Farm Trucks, Wagons, Anchor Buggies, Surries and Hacks, Windmills and Windmill Fittings, about three cars of Baker Perfect Barb Wire, in galvanized and black, several thousand pounds of smooth American Wire, a large line of Kingman Gang Disc Plows, Disc Harrows, Sulky Plows, Riding Attachments, Sod Breakers, Mold Board Plows. A large line of nice Heating Stoves=>all sizes, Cook Stoves and Ranges of the best make. Special bargains on all Leather Goods, Harness and Saddles, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Washing Machines, in fact everything in our stock will be sold at the greatest bargains ever known in the city of Hereford. If it is bargains you are hunting, come in and let us figure with you. Yours very truly, No Trouble to Show Goods Heref...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 22 November 1907

fpfsraf: •> * life , THE HBREFORD BRAND Wholesale Prices Boys' Clothing $6.00 Suit for 5.00 " " 4.50 4.00 3.50 if tl it it it it $4.65 4.05 3.75 3.25 2.85 All new goods, and the best values in town. These prices are STRICTLY CASH. H. C. MYIRCK Do You Want to MaKe ■■«■""Some Mone; If you do, when you want anything in the Lumber line come to see us. We have the largest stock that has ever been carried in Hereford. We have just unloaded a car of windows, all sizes, also a car of screen doors. Our prices are down to the "rock bottom" mark. It will pay you. Kemp Lumber Co. J. W. BurKs, Local Manager Hereford. Taaaa HEREFORD. TEXAS CAPITAL S30.000.00 Solicits the accounts of the citizens of Hereford and surrounding country upon sound Banking Principles, t We call your attention to the following safeguards of a Texas State Bank, as laid down by the Texas State Bank Law: 1st. No .officers of a State Bank shall be indebted to the Baijk in any sum whatsoever without the written consent of ...

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