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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

* The Hereford Brand Vol. 8 HEREFORD, TEXAS. MARCH 13. I906 No. 5 Pleasant It is a great thing to be Pleasant. It is an essential necessity for anyone to be pleased in order to be pleasant. It is our scheme to please the trade==that is everyone who visits our store. If we please you, then you will be pleasant. We please both in variety, quality, style and price. When we sell you a bill of Furniture, we can meet you face to face and we know it will be a pleasant meet= ing, because we handle only dependable goods. We buy the best goods from the best concerns in the land. Our Big Sale Is catching like wild fire. You who do not avail yourself of this opportunity will surely regret it. All Floor Coverings are moving out at a rapid gate. It would surprise and please you to see how those nice Dressers are going. It would make you smile, your mouth water and your limbs rest easy to see those comfortable Rockers we sell and how cheap. All Folding Beds and Davenports are the prize winners in ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The Hereford Brand. Trida* March 13.1908 WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY FARMERS WITH THE BEST OF inPLEMENTS to successfully cultívate their farms. THE SUCCESS GANG and SULKY PLOWS are the best made; the easiest running, lightest draft and less trouble to the operator, than any plow made. The Moline Disc Plows are the undisputed champions of the Panhandle. We have the Force Feed Superior Grain Drills from the five disc one horse to the twenty-two horse sizes with or without the Presser Wheels. We have a full line of Katydid Sod Plows, Canton Walking Plows, Disc and Drag Harrows Our stock of Baker Perfect Barbed Wire, galvanized and paintedis complete. We can sell you Hog Fence and Farm Fence in any quantity from one rod to thirty miles. WE SELL THE AMERICAN, ELWOOD and PITTSBURGH WOVEN FENCES. They are the best that money can buy. We know that we can save you money on anything in our line. Come in and look through our stock. It is our pleasure to show you. With sincere thanks for your val...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 13, 1908 PEOPLE never recognize an op- portunity until is is past. The "get-ahead" class are always ahead because they "see" and "act" at the right time. They have nearly all been in. It's the "other" half we are after now. WAKE and realize the genu- ine money savings during our sale, we will not have enough to go around. What- ever you buy, you'll save a good bunch of monev, especially on Hats, Shirts, Overalls, Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Blankets and Notions Take a "bee line" for The Hub and don't stop until you get there. There's monev in it for you POOR MEN IN THE SENATE. Only One-Third of the Senate Solons in the Millionaire List. That it has become almost impos- sible for rich men to get into the ( senate of the United States, the most i august and austere body in the world,; may be judged from the few men who may be counted as rich and who hold seats in the Upper House. Of the ninety-two men, ONLY thirty- two have fortunes that go above the On...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The HerefordBrand, Friday, March 13,190€ $600.00 WORTH OF^H HAND-PAINTED CHINA GIVEN AWAY Opportunity is now knocking at your door, asking you to take advantage of the Greatest Furniture Sale of the whole year. Sale to begin Saturday, March 7th, 1908, and close Friday, April 10th, 1908. Now is the time to furnish your home at a small cost. Why and How We Make This Offer Our stock is so large and our house so small that we are compelled to make room for our large shipment, which is already on the way. In order to reduce our stock and make room for our Spring goods we have gone through our store in every department and re-marked everything at a discount of 25 PER CENT. In addition to thig big cash discount, we are giving with each $10.00 cash purchase a coupon which will draw a valuable piece of imported hand-painted china. Every ticket draws something. NO BLANKS. List of Premiums to be Given Away 12 12-piece Toilet Sets, worth each - $12.50 2 Large Hand-Painted Lamps, each - 8.50 9 B...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 13, 1908 Local and Personal W. L. Sims and wife was up from Parmerton this week. A. M. Jones was in Parmerton Thursday on business. Miss Elma Patton is visiting rela- tives at Mineral Wells. % ' Jeff Gilbreath of the Clco com- munity was in town this week. Judge B. H. Baker went down to Portales Wednesday on business. Wash buttons, wash buttons, at D, R. Gass & Son's. 5-2t Judge W. H. Knight has been in the Panther City this week on busi- ness. Mr. and Mrs. Leanard Ricketts are attending the Fat Stock Snow at Fort Worth. The Cash will buy more goods at CALLENS' than any place in Here- ford. Try us. We are making a specialty of Misses and Childrens hats, Nettie Patterson, with J. A. Fox & Co. It Dr. Price has been indisposed this week and has been cunfined to his room. His friends hope to see him at his office again soon. Mrs. C. W. Dodson and son, Charles, returned Wednesday after- noon from an extensive visit to friends at Waco and in Oklah...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The HtrtfofdBnad, Friday, March 13,1906 Brand 0. W. HAWKINS, Business Manager. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND = Official Organ for Ommt Smith and Castro CoubUm 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, MARCH 13, 1908. NEW ENTERPRISE. Volume I, No. 1, of The Plains- man, the new weekly paper for Dim- mitt, with P. H. Calahan as editor, comes to the exchange table this week, filled with the enthusiasm of all Panhandle papers and the local news of the county. The Plainsman starts out in his opening address to the citizens of Dimmitt by sayings We do not come to you as a charitable institution, but come as an independent enterprise, asking your patronage on our merits only as a self-sustaining and worthy institution. Thus The Plainsman enters the field, asking for "patronage" and not for "support." This is the...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The Hertford Brand. Friday, March 13,1908 < ft REGISTERED HEREFORDS All ages of Fine Bulls for sale at reasonable prices. CATTLEMEN SHOULD SEE ME J. D. BURKETT Panhandle oats, 42 pounds to the bushel, free from Johnson grass, raised by candidate F. J. Axe for sale by E. W. Harrison. 5-2t Veterinary calls answered day or night; phone 142 ; will be at Warren Grain Co.'s on Saturdays for dental work. F. E. Bowe. 1-tf BACKACHE Is an indication of kidney trouble. It means much to the victim because the deadly Bright's Disease begins in just such symptoms. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a successful remedy for diseased kidneys. It strengthens the suffering kidneys, helps them to perform their duties properly and by cleansing and regulating the bowels it drives out unhealthy con- ditions; restores strength and vigorous health. Get the Oenulne with the Figure "3" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. T. M." Coulson, Special Agent Local and Personal Albert Johnson was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

4-Hy The HerefordBr&nd, Friday, March 13,1908 Our Spring Line of Queen Quality Oxfords is now in They come In Patent, Vicl and Tan. Price $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50 IT is natural for the intelligent purchaser to depend more and more upon big trade- mark names for security. Take 44 Queen Quality" shoes. The reputation of that name has cost a million dollars, and it is worth that today. Can the makers afford to stamp that name upon any shoe that would discredit it? Can they afford to sac- rifice quality? You know it stands for our protection. That's why it easily leads all other women's shoes in the world. Just try one pair of our Queen Quality Oxfords. Geo. A. Stambaugh 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 BLANK BOOKS HARDPATCH WILL MAKE THE SEASON AT THE McFAR- LING RANCH, 12 MILES NORTHWEST FROM H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March 13, 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 Rifht / RAILROAD BUILDING. Scraps of News About Railroad Construction in Northwest Texas. MIDLAND GOING AFTER NEW ROAD. From Midland Examiner. The old theory of the knockers that Midland couldn't be interested in a railroad proposition was effectively exploded at the public meeting held last Monday afternoon. It was a thoroughly representative gathering attended by many of...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

The Hertford Brand, Friday, March 13. 1908 NOW FOR THE FINISH The Hub's big Quit Business Sale will soon be a thing of the past. Get the benefit of this sale while it lasts. We have used the knife again on everything. We are cleaning up some lots at half price. Everything going at half price bears a YELLOW TAG. 50 cents gets $1.00 worth of goods. We have quite a few Men's and Boys Hats that are selling REGARDLESS OF COST. We Solicit a Buyer for the Entire Stock and Fixtures A Snap for Someone Epitome of the Week Resume of the Mj t Important State and Ultra-State Newt. Plainview is agitating the question of sewerage and water-works. Roscoe will vote bonds for a $6000 school building in the near future. The construction of a sewer system at Dalhart will begin in a few weeks. Bonds for the construction have been issued. The state has placed on the mar- ket 32 sections of Texas school land and as soon as properly classified will be open for settlement. Amarillo has organized a Chautau- ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

i Hertford Brand, Friday, March 13,1908 11 FROM FAR-OFF PASADENA Bee the difference in remit*. Their You hare tried all kind oí pill . wa erii and eathartlea for Oon.Mpa- li. n and Liver Complain . New IM Cj r«. Take NR Table* and tee how much better they are. ^?tlon U nt ver attended bj foul better the minuta jrou t— to yon, make you feel atronger i_ > the entire dlge.live lyalem. BETTER THAN PILLS FOR UVER ILLS. Ito A. R Lewis Medicine Co., V V • St Louis, Mo. Having purchased the grain and coal busi- ness of J. F. Collup, we wish to announce that we are equipped in every particular to take care of our part of the business of this and adjoining counties. We handle com- plete stocks of coal, grain, posts and field seeds at the lowest possible prices. Yours for Business WARREN GRAIN CO. Successors to J. F. Collup n omcei N?-TABLETS-. M? E- T. WOODBURN & SON, - Hereford, Texas Having purchased the grain and coal busi- ness of J. F. Collup, we wish to announce that we are equip...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 13 March 1908

-y*1?? ThefHereford Brand, Friday, March 13,1908 N Quarter Sections TWENTY BUSHELS GUARANTEED I "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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

i df . .r y. i¿* it **'4 Hereford Brand Vol. S HEREFORD, TEXAS. MARCH 20, 1906 No. 6 HARVEST MESSAGE A Letter From a Hereford Farmer —Makes Bis Home by His Own Labor and Toil. A PANHANDLE DIVERSIFIER Grows a Variety of Profitable Crops —Raises Fine Cattle—En- joys Prosperity. While The Brand has been pub- lishing some excellent letters from the farmers of the Plains and many of thern have been copied extensively by the papers of the Panhandle, the daily papers of the state as well as by out-of-the-state papers, the one given this week gives more informa- tion that can be digested by the man who seeks a home in this Golden Southwest, than any other previously published. Mr. Sailor is perhaps the most modest man in the Hereford country. He does not care to laud his success before the world and in dictating the letter, he was quite careful and reserved, making each statement adhere strictly to the truth. He isa man of small stature, polite and business-like in his man- ner. He says tha...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

Tfct Friday. March . 1906 contract let for Beat Under Way for Construction of Road Prom Hereford to the T. & P. W. A. Cull in, president of The Cullin Construction Company of Newark, New Jersey, has been in Hereford for the past two weeks looking over the proposed line of railroad from Hereford to the Texas & Pacific on the south. He, in com- pany with A. D. Goodenough, made an overland trip inspecting the entire line, spending a week and making a thorough examination of the engineering problems along the route. On returning to Hereford, Mr. Cullin was made a proposition to construct the road, the terms of which have been agreed upon. A written contract is being drawn to- day by the attorneys of the road and will be forwarded to Mr. Cullin for the signature and se"al of the com- pany ; if accepted, the resumption of work will begin within 60 days after acceptance, as that will be one of the considerations in the contract. According to the terms of the pro- posed contract, He...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

RAINFALL IN THE PANHANDLE Of isrSST To meet the many calls for in- formation regarding precipitation in the northwestern, or Panhandle por- tion of Texas, such reports as have been made in that vicinity have been assembled in the following table ■of monthly and annual amounts, covering a period of twenty-seven years, from 1880 1906, inclusive. The recods from 1880 to 1890, in- clusive, were made by observers of the U. S. Signal Service at Fort Elliott; from November, 1890, to May, 1891, inclusive, observations were made at Panhandle, a station less than five miles northeast of Amarillo, and from 1892 to 1906 by observers of the Weather Bureau at Amarillo, Tex. The two stations, Amarillo and Fort Elliott, are about fifty miles apart, but the topography of the intervening territory, principally tolling prairie, offers no obstruction to the free passage of the rain-bear- ing winds, and the precipitation at the two points should be very similar and fairly represent the precipitation ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

llfwWí The Herefqpl Br*o& Friday, March ,20 1908 HAND-PAINTED Opportunity is now knocking at your door, asking you to take advantage of the Greatest Furniture Sale of the whole year. Sale to begin Saturday, March 7th, 1908, and close Friday, April 10th, 1908. Now is the time to furnish your home at a small cost. Why and How We Make This Offer Our stock is so large and our house so small that we are compelled to make room for our large shipment, which is already on tjie way. In order to reduce our stock and makyfoom for our Spring goods we have gone throtigh our store in every department and re-tp&rked everything at a discount of 25 PER CENT. In addition to thig big cash discount, we are giving with each $10.00 cash purchase a coupon which will draw a valuable piece of imported hand-painted china. Every ticket draws something. NO BLANKS. List of Premiums to be Given Away 12 12-piece Toilet Sets, worth each - $12.50 2 Large Hand-Painted Lamps, each - 8.50 9 Beautiful Water Set...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

The Hartford Until, frMkjr, Wtrch 1 J, 1908 i $20- IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE HEREFORD LUMBER COMPANY There will be deposited each month, in the First National Bank, a sealed box containing $5.00 in gold and a can of Paint; the name. kind and color of which Paint is known only to J. L. Fuqua, President of the Bank. Each person who buys as much as 50 cents worth of Paint will be entitled to guess at the name, kind and collar contained in the sealed box. The names of the guessers will be published each month just previous to March 21, April 25, May 23 and June 27, and the one who has given the correct name, kind and color, will be entitled to the contents of the box. Buy Your Paint from the HERE- FORD LUMBER COMPANY and take a guess at the Paint. : : : : : LOST FORTUNE IN TEXAS Kankakeean Relates Sad and Tear- ful Experience on Plains of Texas locality and sell their goods upon the streets, taking what little price they offer for them. BROTHER'S LETTER In One Year Wins 200-Acre F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

The Hereford3rand, Friday. Match 20,1908 The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Business Maoafer. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address til communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Ofleftal Organ for Doaf Smith «na Castro CoubIím Entered April 17, 1901, a* 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. MARCS 20, 1908. THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR. The approach of summer should make the citizens of Texas turn their attention toward other things, which to The Brand, are of more vital im- portance than the turmoil raised by political aspirants. Every summer, not only Texas, but the greater part of our fair county is visited by a scourge of fever, commonly called typhoid or slow fever. While Here- ford and the surrounding country is in no more danger than any other section of Texas, yet, her citizens should take the greater precaution. Dr. Hutchinson in the Post says that the cause of typhoid is simplicity it-...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

The Hereford Brand. Friday, March 20, 1908 First Slate lank of 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: lit. No officers of a State Bank shall be indebted to the Bank in any sum whatsoever without the written consent of the Board of Directors obtained and recorded before the loan is made, and no Director shall borrow more than ten per cent of the capital and surplus without the written consent of the Board. 2nd. A State Bank shall at all times have an amount of cash on hand, and cash due from other banks equal to at least twenty- five per cent of the aggregate amount of its demand deposits. Your account, whether large or small, respectfully solicited . . . W. B. BEACH, President H. B. WEBB, OTHO. H. VARDEMAN, Vice President Cashier Don't miu our big stre et parad...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 March 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, March ,20 1908 PHOTOGRAPHS Bring that pretty face § of yours to McGhee's ^tudio and let him work it over. Best material and careful workman- ship. :: :: :: :: :: C. M. McfiHEE Warren Brain Co. For Grain, Feed, Coal and Posts. Will Pay the highest market price for all kinds of Grain and Field Seeds We Solicit a Share of Your Business Standard Gillett Light Gives More Light than Electric Lights and Costs Less than One-Fourth as Much. Every Residence in Hereford should have one of these lights. See WALTER ORR, AflF.VT College Closes. The Board of Trustees of the Col- lege met Wednesday and reviewed the situation regarding closing the College. A number of students had withdrawn on account of the small- pox and to close for a week or two would so interfere with the spring term, it was thought best to close for the year. Prof. Day, the president, whose resignation has been accepted by the Board, will move to Dalhart, where he has an extensive real estate busi- ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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