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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE # BRAND of leo íe u • \ sr íe w is i<x In Id ACTED PROMPTLY. Tlie Forth of July Program Hat Been Arranged—Ladios to Make a Flag. The committee appointed to arrange a suitable program for the big celebration here the Fourth met at Dr. R. M. Johnson's office on Tuesday and arranged the follow- ing exercises for the day: Exercise* opened by Att'y R. F. Holloway Patriotic Song by Choir. Music by Hereford Brass Band. Reading of the Declaration of Independence by Prof. Randolph Clark. Music by Band. Address by Congressman S. W. T. Lanham of Weatherford, Texas, followed by other speakers of the day. Music by Band. Noon. Music by Band. Laying of Corner Stone of the Hereford College at 2:30 p. m., with appropriate address and ceremonies. Music by Band. Ball Game at 4:30. Band Conceit at night at Court House. Ok. R. M. Johnson, Ch'm of Com. Mrs. E. R. Rice, Sec. of Com. 0 The ladies of the committee— Mesdames E. R. Rice, T. J. Davis and Joe Killough and the Misses Brucie Gass and Mina ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

rj-'i,]''| r , ■ •i ' ,V; , ■ ■"}^x " ■'■V": . ?--',\4rp-we r'*$- Bntrnhm «BmsamaimMiiíSSR SBmwt; i^ss wpw| >r : ■<•> " ' " > - ; ' >"V - THE # BRAND SPECIAL SALE PRICES FOR MONDAY m THURSDAY 7We are making great inducements for? I next Monday's and Thursday's Sales ' as we want to clean out some of our ? Summer Goods. Below we quote you a few prices that should appeal to buyers of judgment: ? ? I Dress Goods „ Diana Cord, sold for 12£c per yard, at 7c Wool Challies, worth 60p per yard, for 45c Spring Percales, worth 10c per yard, for 7c Silk Linens, worth 40c per yard, for 29c Dimmities, worth 15c per yard, for 10c Colored Swiss Cords, worth 25c per yard, for 16c Pongees, worth 30c per yard, for 22c Colored órgandies, worth 12^c per yard, fo r9c Mercerized Dress Patterns, in solid colors, worth 25c, for 17£c per yard Satin Striped Dimmities, worth 16 2-3c per yard, at 12c 12c Lawn at 8c; 10c Lawn at 7c Battiste, worth 12c, for 8c Sylvain Stripes, worth 20c for ¿5c 24...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE. # BRAND S THE CUTS I have for this week only illustrate METAL WORK, I will describe how that class of wtrk is done. You often see teeth without Plates advertised. Fig. i fully illustrates that class of work. You will readily see that the patient has four natural teeth, the second molars (which are crowned with gold) and the two canines (which are cut off and Richmond Crowns set). Then we set in Porcelaine facings and the piece of work Í3 attached together with gold, which is com- monly called a «Bridge." All of this class of^work I do with coin gold, which is the toughest gold we can get. Those need- ing this class of work would do well to call and see my facil- ities for doing 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 each tooth operated on will be marked, while Fig. 5 shows a Metalic Plate. To those who have been wear...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

TUX # BRAND B V - Local . News a 7 Items B. T. Bell was in from Castro county Wednesday. J. C- Co* and two little sons were in town Wednesday. Mrs. E. H. Smith has returned from her recent visit at Quanah. C. V. Walker was in from his Tierra Blanco river ranch Wednes- day. Be sure and come out and vote tomorrow (Saturday) for the school tax increase. For sale—A tent 12x14 with fly or extra roof. See O. H. Phipps or Garrison Bros. 17-ltp T. A. Cox left Tuesday on a trig to South Dakota accompanying a train of cattle. Take your fresh eggs to the Here- ford restaurant and receive the highest cash prices. 14tf George Cullop of Lamb county is in town, having disposed of his herd of 108 twos to northern buyers. J. J. Portwood, who recently bought the place formerly owned by Rat Jowell, was in town Wednesday. Have your dressmaking done by Mrs. Feemster and Mrs. Coston. Parlors at the former's resid- ence. 19tf It is hardly necessary to call your attention to Galbreath, Fox & Co.'s page...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

' w fe • ■::? . • :M" , Mi, '• ■*; •': ' ;■ ; • ; - . ;r#{; . \:.¡m ■, ' ;?í . >,$} 4 ' ' *'• '''Wt ■ THE # BRAND •z. ed that tfce in- urposes, e held unt oí owners divis-1 parate i nt, it ¡b ] suffer. |, as this | x, hav- They Is we their for the |te line culti- bse out tost and rht and fly and >NS. ling all }e, you at an Co Ú here le mucb 1 of pe rich rorings ko goot lots ¡R lover I me- man Come One! Come All! Where? To the 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION AT HEREFORD, TEXAS r 8IG FREE PICNIC AND BARBECUE N Everyone Invited! Attractions Free! Features of the Day: * ADDRESSES BY # HON. S. W. T. LAN'HAM Nominee for Governor AND OTHER GOOD SPEAKERS Laying of the Corner Stone of the Hereford College • t Tournament Races Bicycle Races Bag Races and other equally amusing and interesting events FIRST-CLASS BASE BALL GAME Reduced Rates on All Railroads PLENTY TO EAT PLENTY TO DRINK PLENTY OF FUN

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE # BRAND • Local News a ? Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf J. 0. Lindsey was a business caller in town Monday. A pair of lobo wolves, four months old, for sale. Write Hardin Rus- sell, Hereford, Texas. 17tf I have accommodations for.twdffor board and lodging. Table boarders also wanted. Mrs. S. E. Bus- ter. 17tf If your eyes give you trouble go to Meeks for glasses. Many times headaches are relieved by proper use of spectacles. lJtf Win. Twyman-has rented the old Meeks meat market building and has installed his billiard md pool tables therein, the change giving him much more room. Miss Mina Dameron, one of the Hereford High School' sefficient and popular instructors, left Wednesday for Boulder, Colo., where she will' attend a summer training school. Parties wishing wells drilled by F. C. Hutchinson of the Hereford Well Company can leave their orders at this office, where they will be promptly attended to. 14tf Lee Clark, a son of Randolph Clark, accompanied by his family,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

►- •- *"T THE BKAND Local a ? News a 7 Items i My py Irs. Jell this Ihis htt [in. lol- tve l-lt >er a ras |on of Lnd |sts >er \y. iONRL r. m. johnson, m. d. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'él 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 ATTORNZYS-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. in. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church -ser vices 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 ende...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 13 June 1902

THE M BRAND Local News Ite m s Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf J. E. Ward was in from his ranch Saturday on business. For fine soda water, confectionery, etc., go to B. T. Hinton's. 9tf Ewing Halsell of the Spring Lake ranch was a business caller in town on Saturday. Miss Lillian Caldwell of Milford, is a guest at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Files. We pay cash for your- produce— chickens,butter, eggs, etc. Highest market prices. Hereford Meat Market. 13tf Miss Amelia Wilson of Canyon, sister of S. Wilson of this place, Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Files. / Miss Eta Files o£ Files, Hill county, is a visitor at the home of her brother, J. D. Files. She ex- pects to remain during the summer. We have secured at last" the agency for the genuine pure baking powder named Perfect and ask you to use it. Hereford Mercantile Co. 17-13t S. H. Morris, one of the popular proprietors of the Hereford House, returned Friday from his recent visit among Gainesville friends and r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

HÜ ¡r- Ltf Pr" lia >£ !? lg lis lis to Ia Id tf>¿sss jí Weekly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas •^wiifh i y-j'y-r'ss j^rr Suhm ■crlption Rata* Per Year $1.50 6 Months .7$ 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 in clubs or rrvs To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. «•rtlainá Ratas Lisplay, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, lOcentsper line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IK ADVANCE Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Tha 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 20. 1902 No. 18 All Over the Panhandle The Frisco road will locate its shops and roundhouse at Vernon. Claude is to have a newspaper soon. W. H. Hamner will be its editor. The Clarendon college will be en- larged and a new boys' boarding hall built. Among the Panhandle towns which will celebrate the 4th are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

Tire J* BRAND Tucumcari Again to the Front. About four weeks ago when we wrote up the Tucumcari killings, we stated that we expected to publish news from Tucumcari that would put that affair in the shade. One day last week Sam Gholson, now located about twenty miles from Tucumcari, but formerly of Lub- bock co&nty, became aware that he was being stalked by a band of men who had left their horses in a canyon and hid themselves at a water hole where Mr. Gholson was going to pull out some bogged cattle. Mr. ' Gholson called one of his men, named Bud Lee, who took a Win- chester and rode between the would- be assassins and their horses and Mr. Gholson got to the top of a hill about six or seven hundred yards away from the water hole and with a long range rifle he commenced to pump lead into the men who were in plain sight. Mr. Gholson is a splendid shot so he killed five of the men outright and wounded the other five, two of whom have died since the battle, so the Champion is in- fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

\ THE ^ BRAND rrie«, j< ke Itecd. Mrs. K. Murray of Baird is visit- ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Canterbury. For sale—A span of good young mules at a bargain. C. L. Bounds, phone 44, two rings. 18-It B. H. Smith has resigned his pos- ition in the postoffice to accept a position with the Hereford Mercan- tile Company. Lost—Between my residence and Mrs. D. F. Johnson's, a silver thimble. Finder please return to Mrs. T. A. Co*. 18-tf Lost—I left my bunch of keys in my bo* at the postoffi<?e. Finder please return to me at the Hereford National Bank and receive reward. F. B. Fuller. G. H. Price left Sunday for Can- yon City, where he will open up and conduct a bakery and confectionery establishment. We wish him suc- cess in his new enterprise. We wish to call your attention to the display adv of J. A. Canterbury. Mr. Canterbury is a first-class boot and shoe maker and richly deserves the excellent trade he is enjoying. We have secured at last the agency for the genui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE # BRAND .i t g ]' Will Be Shipped Immediately. Judge L. Gougñ and T. M. Palmer, two of the directors of the Hereford College, returned Wednes- day evening from a business trip to Roswell, N. M., where they went to make the necessary contracts with E. P. Rasmussen, who is to furnish the stone for the College building. They report that the deal has been closed and that the first shipment will be here not later than next week. Inasmuch as the deal is a cash one and that the cash is needed for the payment of the freight, etc., all persons who have signified their in- tentions of investing money in this grand enterprise are requested to call at the Hereford National Bank and deposit their amount to the credit of the college fund at once. There is also a chance for those who have not already done so to become investors in this monument to Here- ford progressiveness and it is sin- cerely hoped that all who have not made an investment will do so at once. For the benefit of the new- come...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE BRAND PRETTY HOME WEDDING. H. P. D. Howard and Miss Delia Long Joined in Hymenial Bonds. The Castro county home of Mr. and Mrs. James Garrett was the scene of a solemn but pleasant event last Wednesday evening, when Mrs. Garrett's sister, Miss Delia Long, was joined in the holy bonds of wed- lock to H. P. D. Howard, the genial manager of the —8 ranch in Deaf Smith county. The ceremony took place at 8 :30 and was performed in an impressive manner by the Rev. C. M. Lotton of Canyon, pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at this place. The wedding was a quiet one, only the immediate friends and relatives of the contracting couple being present. After the ceremony the wedding party drove to the beautiful home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Howard, who reside at Here- ford, where a delightful wedding supper was served to a few invited friends of the happy young couple. The Misses Alice, Myra and Luella Howard, sisters of the groom, assisted Mr. and Mrs. Howard in r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

:=tR5a n | I 1 . Y * ■ ¥$m i. I *<\ mtM p! THE # BRAND The Brand A WeeKly Journal Devoted to the Interests of -kKe Panhandle Country of Texas FRANK L. VANDERBURGH Editor and Publisher v.- KMSB |H Once more we say, let us incor- porate Hereford into a city. jt A good rain at this time would be of inestimable value to our farmers and gardeners. jt Are you coming to Hereford the 4th? We will give you a good time and plenty to eat. Ji This has been an unprecedented year in the history of cattle shipping from Hereford, and the end is not in sight. Jt WORK. for the upbuilding of Here- ford by patronizing her merchants, no matter whether they advertise in -this paper or not. Jl New houses are being built in every portion of the town, many of the newcomers settling here solely on account of the Hereford College. Jt The Hereford College will be an everlasting monument to the enter- prise and progressiveness' of the citizens of the town and surrounding country. ji From the odor which emana...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE BRAND S THE CUTS I have for this week only illustrate METAL WORK, I will describe how that class of work is done. You often see teeth without Plates advertised. Fig. i fully illustrates that class of work. You will readily see that the patient has four natural teeth, the second molars (which are crowned with gold) and the two canines (which are cut off and Richmond Crowns set). Then we set in Porcelains facings and the piece of work is attached together with gold, which is com- monly called a- «•Bridge," All of this class of work I do with coin gold, which is the toughest gold we can get. Those need- ing this class of work would do well to call and see my facil- ities for doing this branch of Dentistry. Fig3. 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 each tooth operated on will be marked, while Fig. 5 shows a Metalic Plate, To those who have been weari...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE. # BRAND í t Local j& News Items Subscribe for The Brand. Ben Bounds vas a caller in town Wednesday. J. 0. Lindsey was in yesterday from his ranch. C. L. Bounds was in from his ranch Tuesday. Felix Franklin, the Amarillo live- stock commission agent, was in town yesterday on business. Have your dressmaking done by Mrs. Feemster and Mrs. Coston. Parlors at the former's resid- id ence. James Garrett and family were in yesterday from their Castro jranch, paying a visit to the newly married couple, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. D. Howard. Johnson & Roberts, the tonsorial artists, have a new display adv in this issue of The Brand. Their shop is the second door north of the Hereford House. You attention is called to the new display adv of Dr. R. Gass & Sons. They are pushing the sale of the Imperial windmills, which are made wholly of steel and maleable iron. Troy Womble, the ice man, takes this means of notifying his patrons that on Sundays ice will be delivered in the morning only....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE. # BRAND ricfí- f-ings. good IS: wy^wywwwwwvwwwwwwwwwwywwwvwwwwwwww^ Come One! Come All! A Where? To the i 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION AT HEREFORD, TEXAS BIG FREE PICNIC AND BARBECUE _ / Everyone Invited! Attractions Free! i Features of the Day Exercises Opened by R. F. Holloway Patriotic Song by Choir Music by Hereford Brass Band Reading of the Declaration of Indepen- dence by Prof. Randolph Gark Music by Band Addresses by Prominent Speakers Music by Band Noon Music by Band Laying of Corner Stone of the Hereford College at 2:30 p. m., with appro- priate Address and Ceremonies Music by Band Ball Game at 4:30 Band Concert at Night by the Hereford Brass Band FIRST=CLASS BASE BALL GAME Reduced Rates on AH Railroads PLENTY TO EAT PLENTY TO DRINK PLENTY OF FUN

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE # BRAND HI ifl I (ft II fi « If I II 1 Ill' Local News Items i Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf * J. C. Womble was in from his ranch Tuesday on business, B. T. Bell of Dimmitt was a pleasant caller in town Tuesday. J. M. Daniel of Era is visiting his brother, R. A. Daniel, for a few days. J. B. Braselton of Hale county was a visitor in town Tuesday and. Wednesday. B. C. D. Bynum had the misfortune to lose by death his valuable gelding •on Tuesday evening. Abner Smith came in from. his New Mexico ranch Wednesday with a bunch of cattle which he has placed on the open market. I have accommodations for two for board and lodging. Table boarders also wanted. Mrs. S. E. Bus- ter. 17tf Dr. O. K. Mapes, who is assist- ing Dr. Robertson of the Hereford Dental Parlors, is in Plainview at- tending to the dental needs of those citizens. Parties wishing wells drilled by F. C. Hutchinson of the Hereford Well Company can leave their orders at this office, where they will be promptly attended ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

THE # BRAND ltf 7t 11 his his |13tf )in. tol- leve 7-It |B¡g )wn old Ithis K>w- so jest Eect |om- ■13t |id a for [tie, 1 the rere rtis- the md Lnd - lay last •> cas. ich |usi- lific Lny- lave of ick- |n a lour we as : on L5t£ Ithe Ithe res. jtell Idle to Ibor [rn- In- =fcs-= Local 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. ra. 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...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 20 June 1902

\% V THE # BRAND I I 9 I] Ijjj ¡I ! If I If I Local News Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Blue grass seed at Johnson & Fer- guson's coal and grain stpre. lltf B. Bennett of Grayson county is among the prospectors in town. See Troy Womble for ice. He will deliver it at l.Jc per pound. Phone 76. 10tf Mrs. J. H. McGlothlin cSme in Sunday from Gainesville to join her husband at this place. We pay cash for your produce— chickens,butter, eggs, etc. Highest market prices. Hereford Meat Market. 13tf H. P. D. Howard of the —8 ranch, has finished his new residence on the same, the former house be- ing burned a few weeks ago. Do you want a well drilled? If so F. C. Hutchinson will make you special prices while his machine is in town. He guarantees his work to be satisfactory. 13tf L. W. Ricketts vas in Monday from his Castro county ranch on business, having spent Sunday with his family, who reside on the south side of the Tierra Blanco. f have secured on experienced baker, W. C. Gr...

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