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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 3, 1908 plf of ■ilv f ■vfe *'•3 SPECIAL SALE OF NURSERY STOCK OPENS Monday, March 2nd. In order to reduce our enormous stock of nursery goods during the next 30 days we will offer special rednced prices on all cash purchases. This stock is high grade, no shoddy stuff will be offered. If you intend to beautify your premises or improve your orchards, now is the time to see us. Our stock comprises every thing suitable to this climate, such as fruit, shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery consisting of Altheas, Crepe Myrtle, Lilac, Flowering Willow, Bridal Wreath, Wisteria, Trumpet Creeper, and the world's choicest selections of roses of all colors, and other high grade stocks. If you care to enhance the value of your property, it will pay you to let us supply you during this special price reduction sale. THE HEREFORD NURSERY L. P. LANDRUM, Proprietor GET OUR PRICES On Coal, Salt, Posts and Feedstuffs before Buying. We Guarantee Satisfaction. FALLWELL...

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 — 3 April 1908

This and Wait Until Tuesday, April 7th, 1908 J. A. Fox Company's Store Hereford Texas Prices will reach the lowest limit in this Great Slaughter Sale of Dry Goods, Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Gents Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes and a big line of Dress Goods, carried by J. A. Fox & Company, most practical Dry Goods Store of Hereford, Texas, all to be sold in 10 days, beginning April 7th and continuing to April 17th. $15,000.00 worth of high grade merchandise to be distributed in- to the homes of the people of Hereford and surrounding country for less than the cost of raw material. The Greatest Slaughter Sale ever held in Hereford, Texas. The entire stock will be sold for less than you ever dreamed of buying goods before. J. A. Fox Q. Company, Hereford, Texas The hour is set—the date you know, so let nothing keep you away from J. A. Fox & Company's Big Slaughter Sale, April 7th to the 17tli. We have got to have the money, so protect yourself, by com- ing to the big sale. Rem...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 April 1908

plain figures, strully one price to ever XII goods guaranteed to lv exactly « advertised. Any goods bought during this sale not satisfactory Momlax XpriI 6th. mark down andYe-arrange' this stock of dry goods^ iadto' and ' —" " kUW"'""' Think of it a Whole Dress for I 500 Dress Patterns, containing 10 yards each .vil placeó n one table. Former price of these ¡'. Is w.s : L-e per yard. They consist of Lawns, Batiste. baa.u-;, ....i Calico. One pattern each of your own selection when you have purchased $5.00 worth of goods, at '. OQn yards for /JjC Wash Fabric Words like force to express the importance of these slaughter prices Colored Lawns and Batistes in white and colored gra.a.ás, values worth up to 10c per yard, sale price, per r yard DC Figured Batiste an important cloth in the spring c í 1 spring styles, white and tinted grounds, regular 15 goods, sale price, per yard Voiles in all the popul ir shades--light or dark, worth 25c, salt* price, per yard A new cloth in Lace Ginghams,...

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 — 3 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, April 3, 1908 Plumber Supplies Do you know if you carry water 10 times a day and 365 days in the year and spend 2 minutes a trip getting it, that in the year's time you Lose 161 Hours carrying water? Let us fit you up with a water outfit that puts it in your kitchen. It will also water your yard and garden. See us for bath tub fixtures, windmill re- pairing and anything in the Plumber's line. Sewell & Greggs 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 DON'T READ THIS Unless you want to. But say, if you do you will learn that I have a nice lot of well bred (but short fed) Hereford Bulls and a nice lot of Berkshire Pigs, all for sale. (No, not to give away) for sale, and well worth the money. Yes, independent, like the hog on ice; can't stand, go down. At present I am dow...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 3, 1908 10 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 ri^ht business principles will be cheerfully granted them In 1908. Our stock is unusually complete i 11 the famous John Deere line oí 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 Riirhl CONTRACT SIGNED Wire From Mr. Cullin Says Con- tract is Signed—Hereford's Move Next, The most important railroad news received at Hereford for some time came over the wires last Monday in the shape of a message from W. A. Cullin. the telegram. Newark, N. J., March 30, '08. A. D. Goodenough, Hereford, Tex. Contract signed today. W. A. Cullin. The contract as sig...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 3, 1908 The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Business Manager. A. C. ELL10IT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Official Organ for D f SmitH and Castro Counti Entered April 17, 1901, as second-class «sail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act ot Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 190& THE PEOPLE'S PLATFORM. On January 10 of this year, the secretary of the Commercial Club published what he pleased to call the "People's Platform" for 1908. Perhaps you have forgotten it; others havn't. Here it is again. If you like it, work for it; if you don't like it, kick against any or all of the PLANKS. The platform has grown some since its publication and now appears as follows: 1. Canning faclory at work. 2. *Broom factory sweeping. 3. *Sewerage system installed. 4. ^Waterworks for the people. 5. 'Flouring mill making biscuits. 6. New Electric Light Plant. 7. *New high school bui...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 3, 1908 11 Out of Coal MY last years supply of coal is ex- hausted, only a little second grade sand and slack on hand now. But there's a bright day coming. Will soon receive several cars of pure old "Nigger- head"—you know it's best. Place your order now, to be filled fresh and fine out of the car. Yours truly, E. W. HARRISON m ÍR If yon are feeling ont-of-«nrts, take an NW T b« l.l, anil you will feel better In the morning. Ther w ill make you feel Just right. "NATURE' REMEDY" strengthens the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and purifies the Blood, does its work thoroughly and pleasantly, yet it never gripes, weakens or sicken — invariably making tiio user fuel stronger and better. Better Than Pill For Liver Ills. Take NR Tabltu for Indigestion, Slek Headache, Loss of Appetite, SailiiW Complexion, Live Complaint, Hkin Diseases, Pimple* and Eruptions, Chills, Malaria, Biliousness. Rheuma- tism, Torpid Liver or Inactive Kidneys and all troubles arising from t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 April 1908

It The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 3, 1908 RAILROAD CONTRACT. (Continued From 10.) that certain persons whose names appear on a list attached hereto, and who are now shareholders in the Panhandle Short Line Railroad Com- pany, shall have issued to them a like amount of stock in the Colorado, Hereford & Gulf Railroad Company after it shall be incorporated and organized, in order to reimburse them for their steck in the Panhandle Short Line Railroad Company which paid for either in cash or in *es which were used for the Refit or said last named railroad. tenth. It is also understood and agreed that in consideration of the acts and things agreed to be done by the party of the second part, the party of the first part agrees to construct and put into operation, or cause to be constructed and put into opera- tion, within two years from the sign- ing of this contract, a standard guage railroad from some point in Oldham County, Texas, on the line of the Chicago, Rock Island & Gulf...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 April 1908

SIXTEEN PAGES—Pages 1 to 8 The Hereford Brand Vol. 8 HEREFORD TEXAS. APRIL lO, 1906 No. 9 Special Excursion To Hereford, Texas We will run an excursion from Kansas City to Hereford, Texas, leaving Kansas City, Union Depot, at 11 a. m. on Wednesday, April 22, to arrive in Hereford, Texas, at 1 p. m., Thursday, April 23. See that your ticket reads to Hereford and return. We will spare no expense to make this trip a profitable one for all who accompany ust for all who see fit to make investments in some of the Beautiful Prairie Land* which we will show you in the vicinity of Hereford. Situated in the center of a fine agricultural district, on the main line of the Santa Fe Railroad; where an abundance of water is obtained at a depth of 60 feet; where every foot of the land can be cultivated; where the soil is from 4 to 20 feet deep; where all kinds of crops and fruit can be grown with very little cultivation, where two crops of oats, wheat, alfalfa, millet, flax or corn will pay for the...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, April 10, 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 THE CITY ELECTION. Bond Issue Carries by Big Ma- jority— The Ticket as Chosen. The city election passed off just like all other elections—every can- didate did not get elected. Th- council and officers e'e:ted will do their duty if the people so wills and the people will. The total vote in the city election last Tuesday was 186. There were 144 taxpayers who voted on the bon...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 10, 1908 Out of Coal MY last years supply of coal is ex- hausted, only a little second grade sand and slack on hand now. But there's a bright day coming. Will soon receive several cars of pure old "Nigger- head" you know it's best. Place your order now, to be filled fresh and fine out of the car. Yours truly, E. W. HARRISON Tierra Blanco Herefords L. R. BRADLEY. Owner W. T. WOMBLE, Manager ...BREEDERS OF... Write owner or call at my ranch, situated five miles east of Hereford, on the Tierra Blanca river. itifitt MM Herd Headed by Strike Six, No. 156847 Assisted by Texas Tom, No. 204446 Will sell a quantity of youn* stock either singly or in car loac Lots j* jt j* s THE GREATEST SUBSCRIPTION AND EDUCATIONAL OFFER EVER MADE The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record and The Brand together with the New Home Library Wall Chart, showing splendid maps of Texas, the United States and the World, all three for only $1.75. The Semi-Weekly Record is easily the best pap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 10, 1908 The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Business Manager. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Official Organ for D*af laith and Castro Csuntics Entered April 17, 1901 as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subsciption Price 1.00 per year strictly in advance C. H. & G. R. R. The Central Committee who has in charge the general matters of the new railroad hate appointed a num- ber of solicitors and they have been at work this week finishing out the $60,000.00 bonus to be raised. This is not a large amount for Hereford. The small town of Silverton with less than 300 people have just raised $50,000.00, and if they can raise fifty, why can't Hereford raise sixty? She can. The one trouble that con- fronts the solicitors is this: Some men are waiting to see how much the other fellow is going to put down before they will make up their minds. It's alright to come in on t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 10, 1908 First Stale Bank if Hereford HEREFORD, TEXAS CAPITAL $30,000.00 v. 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 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, H. B. WEBB, OTHO. H. VARDEMAN, President Vice President Cashier This Office will pay cash f...

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 — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 10,1908 Slaughter Sale Keep Your Eye On the Indicator. Spend Your Money at J. A. Fox & Company's Big Slaughter Sale on Dry Goods. Where $1.00 will buy $1.50 to $1.75 worth of Merchandise. Ask any of our Customers whether or not we Save You Money The Big Slaughter Sale still continues at J. A. Fox & Co's, where you get two and one-half yds 25-cent Oil Cloth for 27 cents The Kg Slaughter Sale at J. A. Fox & Co's will sell you 10 yds of Dress Goods worth from 10 cents to 20 cents per yd., for, 10 Yds. for Only 29 cents. Thousands of Yards of Lace, Embroideries and Edgings to Match, on sale at the Big Slaughter Sale at J. A. Fox & Co's for Less Than the Cost of the Raw Material. Ladies and Children's Slippers Selling for Less Than the Cost of Raw Material—J. A. FOX & CO. J. A. FOX & COMPANY'S GUARANTEE Any article purchased at our store during this sale that is Unsatisfactory for Any Reason Whatever, may be returned and Money Ref...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 10, 1908 Get Your Spring Clothing Before Easter—Paul Barnett CONTRACT SIGNED Commercial Club Signa Contract for the Construction of the C. H. & G. Road. Without any noi«e or "to-do" about the matter, L. Baskin, presi- dent of the Hereford Commercial Club and A. C. Elliott, Secretary, met A. D. Goodenough, president and general manager of the new railroad, The Colorado, Hereford & Gulf, at the office of Attorneys Knight and Slaton and affixed their signatures to the contract between The W. A. Cullin Construction Co., of Newark, N. J. and The Hereford Commercial Club. This contract was read at the public mass meeting and also published in The Brand last week but for the benefit of the many who are signing the obligations, a short iorm is herewith given. The salient points of the contract between W. A. Cullin and the Com- mercial Club are as follows :— 1. That Hereford is to pay a bo- nus of $60,000.00. 2. That W. A. Cullin is to build a railro...

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 — 10 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, April 10, 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 painted is complete. We can sell you Hog Fence and Farm Fence in any quantity from one rod to thirty miles. WE SELL THE AMERICAN, EL WOOD 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 valued ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 17 April 1908

|y Ith f The Hereford Brand Vi * \1 \ Vol. 6 HEREFORD, TEXAS. APRIL 17, 1908 No. lO A Rip Roaring Time OUR GREAT LACE CURTAIN SPECIAL OPENS UP SATURDAY, APRIL 18; CLOSES SATURDAY, APRIL 25. We have just received the largest shipment of Lace Curtains ever shown in these parts before and we are going to open up the sale of these goods with the strongest effort of low price making imaginable. You will be forced to exclaim: "I never saw anything like it before." The variety of the line is beyond your expectations. curtain Poles will be sold at half price. In order to induce a thorough house cleaning and refurnishing at this particular time, we will add to Lace Curtain Specials all Portier Curtains, Straw Matting, Linoleum, Carpets, Art Rugs, Etc. Our variety and stock of these goods is unsurpassed in the state, and the Sale Price will reach the lowest mark. We buy cheap, hence we can sell cheap. Small profits satisfy us. Yours very truly, Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer E. B. BLAC...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 17 April 1908

W* Own and Control All «Ho Lands Wo Offer for Smi9 Porfoct Titloa Oumntaod Agosta Wanted Throughout tho Vnitod St atoa Call on or Wrlto u« The Star Land Company Main Office 1113 Commerce Building, Kansas City, Mo FOX <H GYLES, Agents Horoford, Tanas Branch Office Hereford Temes WE are now offering eighty thousand acres of land for sale. We also have contracts to sell other large bodies of land, and having superior facilities for disposing of what we offer, our supply will not last very long. We are fitting up new offices both at Kansas City, Mo., and Hereford, Texas, to handle our growing business this year. All mail to either office will receive immediate attention. <|fOur territory Is the United States of America. We will sell you land, or will sell your land for you. <fThe Jewel in the Panhandle Empire of Texas is Hereford, which is surrounded by fine farms and located in the only real shallow water belt of the Panhandle. Let us show you our alfalfa, wheat and oat fields...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 17 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, April 17, 1908 Cluett, E. & W. and Monarch Shirts. Lion Brand Collars. HUBBARD & BARNETTS Hart Shaffner & Marx Clothing. Hanan *«* Dr. Reed Shoes Easter Sale of Good Clothes i We wish to prove to the well dressed man of Hereford and vicinity that we actually have and do sell the finest class of Stylish Clothes that are offered in the city. We do not make a single exception, and we propose to sell more High Class Clothing this week than has ever been sold before in Hereford in one week. Besides buying a New Suit, you will need other goods as well. Naturally you want to buy them together. We will make it greatly to your interest to buy from us, ESPECIALLY THIS WEEK. With every pur- chase we will, besides giving you the best Clothing on Earth for the Money, with each Suit Sold we will give as a PREMIUM, Other Merchandise such as you will need. SUITS AT $15.00, $17.50, $18.00 and $20.00 The kind of CLOTHES you won't mind wearing; clothes, though m...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 17 April 1908

The Hereford Brand, April 17, 1908 WHAT OUR FR ENDS Pro tod Con Opinions About The Brand—The Good and Bad , Given. Often a paper prints, for its own praise, letters from its friends to show how well they like it, but seldom do you see the other side The Brand believes in "keeping the record straight" and gives herewith the "pro-and-con" opinions as expressed by those who have been receiving the paper. As will be seen, The Brand does not please everybody ; if it did, something would be wrong either with the paper or the subscrib- ers. As a matter of fact, no paper hopes to please everybody—it kant be DID ! So, The Brand just as a novelty in the "course of human events" gives both sides. W. B. Arnold,—"The greatest booster on the Plains. It's always loaded." S. J. Williams.—"I read every line in The Brand the first thing after supper." J. M. Boone.—"The best county paper I e\ er read and I believe the best in the state." J. W. Wasson.—"The best paper published in the Panhandle. Our pa...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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