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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 February 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 21, 1908 PUBLIC SALE OF FINE STOCK AT HEREFORD, TEXAS SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1908 Iowa, Kentucky and Missouri bred stock, com- mencing at 12 o'clock sharp, consisting of one Saddleand harness Stallion, one Draft Stallion, two Jacks, two high-bred Trotting horses, eight Jennets. Sale to be held near Snyder's Garage. Come early and inspect this stock be- fore sale. Extended Pedigree on breeding will be given when stock is offered for sale. This will be a grand opportunity for you to purchase this high-bred stock to improve this country. TERMS OF SALE CASH, or six months time on bankable note with interest. T. A. PEW, at Stock Farm Anyone interested in this stock inquire of Mr. W. B. Beach at First State Bank. If you want to see the best plan yet offered for bringing actual set- tlers to the Plains, just read the big ad this week of the Actual Settlers Association. It Local and Personal G. R. Jowell surprised his friends Wednesday evening by stepping of...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 February 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 21, 1908 W. J. GILILLAND The Place to Find Bargains is at J. M. GILILLAND THE GILILLAND FURNITURE CUMPANY You would be surprised to see what Great Bargains we are now giving in Floor Coverings, Dressers and all kinds of Chairs. It will pay you to see us. Have your old furniture made new by an expert Cabinet Maker, who does all kinds of furniture repairing. It costs little, and makes a big improvement. THE UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT of our store is now the most complete and up-to- date stock ever handled in Hereford. You are invited to visit all departments of our store WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT. COME IN TODAY. Day Phone 115 Yours for Furniture Bargains Night Phone 113 Railroads and the Public. Much has been said about what the railroads owe to the people, while little is heard as to what the public owes the railroads. There are two sides, at least, to every question. In matters of controversy, both sides should be heard. Instead of this, the railroads o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 February 1908

„ ru .r c;i • v -• The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 21, 1908 . CURES CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA,RHEUMATISM. Better Táan Pills ? take one \ For Liver Ills. TO NIGHT touUKEL Get a 25A. Box BETTER V*L, X T Wm IN THE MORNING W.^BB. Sold JE very where. AH.LEWIS MEDICINE Cft,ST10UIS iA E- T. WOODBURN & SON, - Hereford, Texas we wish to thank our friends AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC for their patronage during 1907 and we ask them to get our prices on Coal, Salt, Posts and Feedstuffs before placing their orders for the coming year. Fallwell & Sons Hereford Grain Co. We Pay Highest Prices For Wheat, Oats, Kaffir and Maize We Buy Hides We Sell Coal ^Come and See Us ■ - Do You Want to Make Some 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...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 February 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 21,1908 BLANK BOOKS We have a complete line of Ledgers, Journals, Cash and Day Books in both single and double entry. If you have any spring painting or varnishing to do, be sure to see our line before you buy. Paints T. M. COULSON'S DRUG STORE THE SUGAR BEET. Article Published in The Brand Creates Interest—More Infor- mation Wanted. The publication of the article on the culture of beets in last week's issue has created some interest; so much, so that several have asked that more information be given, such as the yield, the methods of har- vesting, the cost of a factory, etc. The Brand is glad to furnish any information that may be at hand and another chapter or two is given this week. The harvesting of the sugar beet is best done by means of a double pointed plow, made so that two long teeth will loosen the beet in the ground. They are then ready to be pulled by hand. The next operation is the removal of the top and neck. The bulletin referred t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

SIXTEEN PAGES—Pages 9 to 16 The Hereford Brand Vol. 8 HEREFORD. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 28. 1908 No. 3 DON'T FORGET THE NAME S**"? THE home library can be made the most inviting room in the house if the books are enclosed in comfortable quar- ters where they are accessable at all times. Globe Wernicke "Elastic" Bookcases add materially to the decorative features of a home library. We are authorized agents for the Glebe Wernicke "Elastic" Bookcases and carry the goods in stock. In all Lines of Furniture We Excell % We are reducing our mammoth stock by offering to the public unparalleled bargains in house furnishings of all kinds. Our immense lines include everything for the Parlor, Library, Bed- room, Dining-room and Kitchen. Our facilities for displaying furniture enable us at all times to offer a selection from the most complete lines. I Itr*?' IWJSWn V* -. MttH i?e ii STYLES IN BOOK-GASES STANDARD-COLONIAL-IDEAL Three different and distinct types of tilobc-Vcrnicka "Elas- tic" Book-Cases ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

10 The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 28, 1908 GARRISON BROTHERS take this occasion to thank their numerous friends and customers for the splendid trade of 1907, and to assure them that every accommodation consistent with right business principles will be cheerfully granted them In 1908. Our stock is unusually complete in the famous John Deere line of Farming Implements; Leader, Wood Star and Sampson Windmills, Moline and Fort Smith Wagons; Velie Buggies, Emerson Alfalfa Renovators, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves and a full line of General Hardware. Make Our Store Your Headquarters Garrison Brothers You Will Be Treated Right RECEIVER FOR I. & G. N. Trust Company of New York Asks for Receiver. Acting on a bill filed in behalf of the Mercantile Trust Company of New York, at Fort Worth, Judge A. P. McCormick, United States Cir- cuit Judge for the Fifth Circuit, ap- pointed Judge T. J. Freeman re- ceiver for the International & Great Northern Railroad, the bill as filed allegi...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

The Hereford Brand. Friday, February 28, 1908 11 W. J. GILILLAND The Placc to Find Bargains is at J. M. GILILLAND THE GILILLAND FURNITURE COMPANY You would be surprised to see what Great Bargains we are now giving in Floor Coverings, Dressers and all kinds of Chairs. It will pay you to see us. Have your old furniture made new by an expert Cabinet Maker, who does all kinds of furniture repairing. It costs little, and makes a big improvement. THE UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT of our store is now the most complete and up-to- date stock ever handled in Hereford. You are invited to visit all departments of our store WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT. COME IN TODAY. Day Phone 115 Yours for Furniture Bargains Night Phone 113 ARBOR DAY. School Children Turn Out to Cele- brate the Day—Tree Plant in the Park. Yesterday, the schools, both the college and the public school, dis- missed for a half-day holiday and celebrated Arbor Day in a manner most fitting to the occasion. While there was no speech making, the ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

D. W. HAWKINS, Business Manner. A. C. ELLIOTT, Editor. Address mil communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND OMcial Organ for D«sf Smith and Castro CmaHm Entered April 17, 1901, as 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, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. SIXTEEN AGAIN. The Brand again puts out sixteen pages. The management is gratified to note the increased interest in the effort made to give the people a lar- ger and better paper. It has ever been the desire on the part of both the manager and editor to give the public a full share of reading matter along with the -attractive advertise- ments that appear in The Brand. While the reading matter is impor- tant, the advertisements are not of less importance ; in fact, the ads in a paper are messages from the mer- chants to the customers and make the publication of the news possible. The Brand appeared last week with the pages numbered and date...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 28, 1908 13 TT Quarter Sections TWENTY BUSHELS GIIARANTEED "We prove our faith by our works." An opportunity to buy a farm with a guarantee that the wheat will make a yield of TWENTY BUSHELS PER ACRE for four successive years. We own this 3200 acres of fine land in Castro County, Texas, which is for sale in tracts of 160 and more at from $14.00 to $16.00 per acre. One Section to be Sold Upon the Following Plan: We will sell one section (or four quarter sections) for one-third cash, balance in four payments at 8 per cent interest; if the buyer will put 50 acres in wheat for each quarter section on the Campbell system under our direc- tions, and at any time the yield of wheat fails to meet the notes and interest, we will extend the notes, or we will guarantee that the acreage required will make 20 bushels per acre each year. If it fails we will make it up and if it makes more than 20 bushels, then the excess shall be delivered to us as a considerat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

14 The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 28, 1908 Hereford Real Estate Exchange Wc have Lands, City Property, Roller Flour Mills, Gins, Livestock and other Properties, located in Oklahoma, Iowa, Missouri and Eastern Texas, to Exchange for Panhandle lands. In adding the Exchange feature to our business, we are in position to assist our friends at home, and also the non-resident, and we tender our services to all who wish to buy, sell or exchange—Anything. We have assisted some of our friends in securing Loans. If you wish services from people who KNOW HOW to transact Real Estate deals, let us know your wants. HEREFORD REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE SAM H. MORRIS, Manager Ba t Du r Du Du Ch No Fr c La ] Sp Le New Residence. Bob Brazil, having sold his resi- dence near the Presbyterian church, is having a 7-room cottage erected in east Hereford on block 19. When when completed it will add to the beauty of that section of the city, which is gradually building up and will soon be one of the leading...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 28, 1908 IS NO. 6812 Bank Statement Report of the Condition of The Western Rational Bank at Here- ford, in the State of Texas, at the close of business Feb. 14, 1908. RSSOUKCES. Loans and discounts $206,227.28 Overdrafts, secured and unse- cured 2,354.14 U. S. Bends to secure circulation 50,000.00 Banking house, furniture and fix- tures 6,000.00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 279.00 Due from state Banks and Bankers 692.37 Due from approved reserve agents 13,786.61 Cheeky and other cash items 32.25 Notes of other National Banks 1,370.00 Fractional paper currency, nick- els and cents 1.77.45 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie $8,814.25 Legal-tender notes 765.00 9,579.25 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of cir- culation) 1,300.00 $291,798.35 STATE WINS SUIT. Waters-Pierce Case Decided for the State—Attorney General Wins. The Supreme Court of Texas on yester decided to sustain the judg- ment of the lower courts wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 February 1908

16 The Hereford Brand, Friday, February 38,1908 Women's Missionary Society. The Baptist Women's Missionary Society met in regular weekly ses- sion Wednesday afternoon at the home oí Mrs. John D. Jarrott. Invitations had been issued to all lady members of the church, and from the large number of bright faces present, and the interest mani- fested, every one seemed to feel that it was good to be there. After the devotional exercises and business of the meeting had been finished, a collection was taken for the Buckner Orphans' Home at Dal las, which amounted to more than $50 00. The Society was then entertained with some special selections of music and served with delicious refresh- ments by Mrs. Jarrott, assisted by Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. P. W. Price. Mrs. S. D. Howser, Pres. Miss Lizzie LeGrand, Sec. pro tem. More Trees Planted. The ladies of the Home Mission Society have been doing some splen- did work in the way of tree planting a.bout the Methodist church this week. The ground was p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

SIXTECN PAGES—Page* 9 to 16 The Hereford Brand Vol. 8 HEREFORD. TEXAS. MARCH 6. I90S No. 4 A FARMER'S MESSAGE. The Plains Good for Farming.— Man Pays for Land and Buys More. Having been a resident of the Plains for the past six years and feeling confident that I know the if's and the wherefors of this, the Eden of Texas, and the grandest state in the Union, and have decided, not as a land advertisement, to give you my experience here as a farmer, be- ginning with the first three years. I was so far from market I did not raise anything for market only cattle, hogs, etc. But during that time, with less than 150 acres in cultivation, I raised feed stuff, such as kaffir, maize, sorghum and millet, to care for my work teams, about SO hogs, 400 to 600 cattle each winter, not having to go to the feed stores for one bushel of grain or bale of hay. Since commencing raising of small grain I find it much more to my liking. The past year was one of the hard ones and after the dry winter and lat...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 6, 1908 GARRISON BROTHERS take this occasion to thank their numerous friends and customers for the splendid trade of 1907, and to assure them that every accommodation consistent with right business principles will be cheerfully granted them In 1908. Our stock is unusually complete in the famous John Deere line of Farming Implements; Leader, Wood Star and Sampson Windmills, Molineand Fort Smith Wagons; Velie Buggies, Emerson Alfalfa Renovators, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves and a full line of General Hardware. Make Our Store Your Headquarters Garrison Brothers You Will Be Treated Right Sixteen Pages Again. This makes the third week in suc- cession that The Brand has been compelled to put out sixteen pages, something unheard of in the history of country newspapers. While the management does not claim any special qualifications as newspaper men, yet they feel that the friends of The Brand are responsible for this condition of affars. It is not the pol...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 6,1908 U Quit Business Sale Prices Dry Goods $1.25 Ready Made Sheets, 72*90 ,95 75c «, " " " „.60c 60c " " ** " 45c Calico Prints, per yard 6c Apron Gingham, per yard_ 7$c 12^c Shirting 8$c 12£c Outing Flannel 8c American Shirting 6£c 54-inch Table Fading, per yard 32c Anthene Lawns 4ic 25c India Linen 20c 12£c India Linen 10c Garter Elastic, per yard 7c,-llc-13c House Canvasing 4ic Table Linen All Prices Towels Different Prices Ladies' Muslin Underwear and Winter Underwear at prices never quoied so low. 12-4 Wool Blankets $3.85 12-4 Cotton Blankets 1.75 11-4 « " 1.00 Hardware Department 3 Rogers Latch Hatchet 43c 4 Ratchet Braces 73c 4 Mayóle Hammers 67c 6 Hammers 32c 7 Hatchets 32c 5 Braces __23c Monkey Renches 20c-34c-47c Screw Drivers 6c-8c-10c 10-inch Files 8c Gents' Furnishings $3.00 Slickers ....$2.35 1.00 Bib Overalls .80 1.00 Overalls Kaka __ .74 1.00 Electric Overalls .72 4.50 Men's Pants 3.25 3.00 " 2.25 2.50 " " . _ . 1.75 2.00 " " 1.24 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

12 The Hereford Brami, Friday, March 6, 1908 Progress on thm Plaint. The Commissioners' Court of ' Randall county last week in regular Misión, passed an order issuing $53,000 in bonds for the erection of a new court house. Plans and spec- ifications will be adopted next week and work will begin as soon as the bonds can be sold. The building will be of brick, trimmed in stone and terra cotta, built in classic style. The Panhandle not a good section in which to buy a farm! Listen. In four months the farmers of Donley county alone have shipped out $44,- 000 worth of wheat. The Wichita Falls compress, not exactly in the Panhandle, but in that direction, has handled 17,000 bales of cotton thus far this season.—Fort Worth Tele- gram. While the Telegram was talking why couldn't it have mentioned that Hereford have shipped forty-one cars of wheat during the year 1907 and that 12,000 bushels were sent off a few weeks ago this year, bring- ing a dollar per bushel. Yes, it is a good place to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 6, 1908 13 ' LIST YOUR LAND with THE SOUTH WEST COLONIZATION CO. In starting out they extend to all a happy New Year, and panic or no panic, they propose to do things, which means a large business in the Hereford terri- tory and logical benefits to each and every man, woman and child in it. They have live real estate agents in all the large immigra- tion centers and arejgoing to give Hereford the largest im- igration business that she has ever enjoyed. Special cars, coaches and trains will be the feature of their new business They ask all thoae who have land to sell to assist them to make Hereford a town of lo.ooo people in 1910 or before that time. List your land with them and they will spend their own money to do the rest. Jump n the band wagon and help pull altogether for the shallow water, the best country, and the best land on the plains, at Hereford, Texas. Their books are now open at the office of Fox & Qyles, next door south ol The First...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

14 The Herefod Brand, Friday, March 6,1908 Official Directory. S 1 County. W. H. Russell Judge W. M. Cogdell Clerk E. F. Connell Sheriff J. W. Ford Tax Assessor C. E. Smith Treasurer T (M. Palmer ) J. S. Wyche I Commissioners George Muse Fiflpk Shelton J G.'fc. Jowell Surveyor J. H. Tumbow Justice of Peace City. L. Gough Mayor H. 0. Hubbert Marshal W. M. Megert Attorney A. G. Bell Treasurer W. B. Beach Geo. W. Irwin, Jr. | R. N. Mounts } Councilmen L. A. Stroud | H. B. Webb J Churches. BAPTIST CHURCH. Services each Sunday at 11 a. m. and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 3 and 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. O. W. Dean, Pastor. E. H. Wray, S. S. Supt. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Services each Sunday at 11 a. m. and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 3 and 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- ning. J. N. Wooten, Pastor. T. R. Day, S. S. Supt. METHODIST CHURCH. Services each Sunday at 11 a. m. and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Epworth Leagues at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

;The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 6, 1908 1* MR. BRYAN'S OPINIONS. The plan of guaranteed bank de- posits has probably found favor, among all classes of people, irrespec- tive of political affiliation, more rap- idly than any other public question. The new state of Oklahoma has already enacted a law taxing state banks, the fund thus accumulated to be used in paying the depositors of any state bank that from any cause becomes unable to meet its obliga- tions. A special session of the Kan- sas legislature has been called for the purpose of enacting legislation similar to the Oklahoma plan. The governor of Nebraska is considering the advisability of calling a special session of the legislature on account of the growing belief among the peo- ple that proteclion to bank deposi- tors in the form of state or federal guarantees of their deposits will stop the hoarding of money, bring into circulation sufficient currency to con- duct the business of the country,and prevent a ¡recurrence of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 March 1908

16 The Her«fod Brand, Friday, March 6,1908 Hereford-the City Beautiful I The Gem of the Plains A City With a High Standard of Conduct, Morality and Education. Nine Years Old. First House Built in September, 1898, Now has a Population Estimated at 3,500. ♦ Location, Etc. Located on the Santa Fe Railway, 580 miles south- west from Kansas City. Main offices of the new road, the Colorado, Hereford and Gulf Railway, now under construction. In the shallow water belt of the Plains of Texas. Seat of Deaf Smith County. Altitude 3750 feet. Average temperature during the summer months 7 J degrees. Advantages, Etc. Pure water supply, natural drainage, equable climate, ample rainfall, surrounded by rich and fertile lands, pro** ducing highest test of wheat, growing maize, fcaffir corn, sorghum corn, oats, millet, alfalfa, spelts, fruits and garden truck. Soil easily cultivated. Unexcelled for fine stock raising. Good public schools and home of Hereford Christian College. The Hereford Country The...

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