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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 May 1908

í The Hereford Brand Vol. 6 HEREFORD, TEXAS, MAY 1. 1908 No. 12 A Pleasing Opportunity | Next Week, Beginning' «Saturday, April 25th and Contin- uing for ten days, we will have a BIG SALE OF ROCKERS Our RocKer «Specials In this Department we show the most complete and varied line we have ever exhibited in our big store, We handle Six of the Best Factory Lines Made in the United States. We carry from the Cheapest to the Best, For these few days we will give you some extra- ordinary values as shown below: $27.50 Morris Chairs, Sale Price - - $19.75 \5.00 Morris Chairs, Sale Price - - H.95 20.00 Fine Leather Rockers, Sale Price - 14.50 16.50 Fine Leather Rockers, Sale Price - 12.50 12,50 Fine Leather Rockers, Sale Price - 9.75 10.00 Fine Leather Rockers, Sale Price - 6.75 7.50 Fine Rockers, all kinds, Sale Price - 5.00 5.00 Fine Rockers, all kinds, Sale Price - 3.75 OtHer Specials Lace Curtains, Portiers aijd All Floor Coverings will continue next week as an Additional Big Cut Price Sa...

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 — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 1, 1908 WATCHES HEREFORD Hale County Herald Sees Good TUings for Hereford and its Enterprise. The following clipping from the Hale County Herald, one of the lead- ing and best papers on the Plains, has this to say íq its last issue about Hereford. Plainview recognizes the good points of Hereford and its pa- pers are willing to concede to all that it sees to Hereford's advantage. Hereford, the city that does things, put another feather in its cap Tuesday at the general election when it voted to issue bonds in the sum of $20,000 for the establish- ment of a system of sewerage and waterworks. The proposition car- ried by 101 for and 48 against, a majority of 53 favoring the issuance of bonds. The city council will now proceed to receive plans and specifi- cations and the disposal of the bonds and the installing of the plants. This means a healthier and clean- er city and fire protection. When the city gets to work on the sewer- age and waterworks system,...

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 — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, May 1, 1908 ON THE 10c COUNTER AT THE HUB LADELS TOWELS BUTTONS GEM PANS BOYS CAPS DUST PANS HAND BAGS FLUE STOPS MEN'S HOSE MEAT FORKS QUART CUPS EYE SHADES TIN BUCKETS LADIES HOSE BACK COMBS SOAP DISHES CRUM TRAYS EGG BEATER BISCUIT PANS COOKEY PANS CAN OPENERS SCHOOL BAGS MOUSE TRAPS STOVE LIFTERS BEEF POUNDERS TEA STRAINERS SCREW DRIVERS HAIR BARRETTS CHECKER BOARD MATCH HOLDERS CHILDREN'S HOSE CLOTHES BRUSHES POTATO MASHERS PICTURE IN FRAME • SHAVING BRUSHES PAN CAKE TURNERS BIG COOKING SPOONS 2 TO 5 YARDS GOOD DRY GOOD REMNANTS 8 PATTERNS OF PICTURE FRAMES, ETC. The State of Texas. Notice is hereby given to A. R. Teple, L. T. Lester, H. E. Chestnut, L. T. Lester, P. B. Fuqua, L. T. Lester, A. R. Teple, Adalpb Frye, T. E. Money, Charles E. Harding, E. S. Caldwell, W. G. Bryant, Estate of J. W* Higgins, the record owners of Sections 9, 15, 16, 19, 20, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36 in Block K 14, and of Sections 4 and strip in Block K 3, and if said above named parti...

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 — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 1* 1908 The Brand D. W. HAWKINS. Basioess Meeafe. A. C. ELLIOTT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Ofllcial Organ for D«af Smltfe and Castro C onli«e 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 WHY NECESSARY. For the last three weeks, there has been tons of argument offered to convince the Hereford people that every one should invest in the rail- road bonus. The committee ap- pointed to raise the $60,000.00, in- stead of spending from one hour to one week presenting argument after argument, should have had a ready response when the call was made. The Brand does not believe that the Hereford people are blind to the benefits to be derived from the con- struction of another road. But it was not the intention to present fur- ther argument at this time. No morf is needed. The Brand has heard of men who had not...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 1, 1908 PERHAPS A CASE IN COURT MAY BE AVOIDED AND A COURTIN' CASE HELPED ALONG BY BUYING A J. L CASE ENGINE AND STEEL SEPARATOR. Make our Store Your Head quarters When in Town CALL AND SEE THEM AT Garrison Brothers Watch our ad next week I Local and Personal Dr. Rogers was in Dimmit Tues- day. J. F. Joss of Fairview, Kansas, was in the city this week. Mrs. B. H. Baker is visiting rela- tives in Portales this week. G. F. Jones of the Rucker Korak Ranch was in town Tuesday. Mrs. W. H. Ray left Wednesday for a few days visit at Cleburne. Mrs. Clara LaShelle for awhile of Amarillo is in the city this week. A. B. Axtell of Canyon City was in Hereford on business Tuesday. For Big German Millet Seed, see Fallwell & Sons. 12tf Nearly new disc harrow for sale cheap. See Byrle Elliston. . It For Big German Millet Seed, see Fallwell & Sons. 12tf For fresh Jersey milk, call on the Hereford Dairy. Phone No.9. 24-tf Just received full line of screen materi...

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 — 1 May 1908

The Beautiful Hereford s* RAINFALL—The annual rainfall as reported by the local weather station for Hereford for 1905 was 26.59 inches; for 1906, 25.54 inches; for 1907, 22.01 inches, making the general average for the three years since the record has been kept, 24.70 inches. A greater part of the rain comes during the months from April to October and is ample for all kinds of grain, feed stuffs, etc. V* Country THE SOIL—The Soil of the Plains varies from the light to the dark choco- late loams and dark sandy loams. It is rich in humus and is suitable for every variety of grain, fruit or vine-growing plant. It is easily cultivated; has wonderful moisture-retaining properties. One man can cultivate from two to ten times as many acres as he can in other sections of the country. The best part of the Llano Estacado in the Panhandle of Texas. <fTwo Million Acres of rich and productive farming lands, a legacy from the State, awaiting the coming of the Homebuilder and Husbandman to conv...

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 — 1 May 1908

business section and in many of the resident blocks. It has two national banks and one state bank. Hereford has an efficient public school system and is the home of U- T« irith n hrfrp mpmhpr. berries grow abundantly. Alfalfa and other forage crops grow without irrigation and always give a prodigious harvest. Wheat and alfalfa are becoming the great- source of wealth for this section. The mean annual temperature will not exceed 70 degrees, the thermometer seldom going higher than 95 in the summer. The altitude is 3750 feet. The nights in the summer are always cool. The winters are not severe, the occasional "north- er" which brings the coldest time does not continue more than two or three days, followed by a season of open weather in which out-door woik can be done. The average annual rainfall for the past ten years has been a little more than 24 inches. This is more than is needed to mature crops, as the soil has a wonderful power for retaining the moisture if properly cultivated. ...

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 — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 1,1908 NIGGER-HEAD COAL IS BEST Because one ton will pro- duce heat equal to one and one-half tons of any other. It Burns Up like Wood. Get the Best out of car on track. $8.50 Per Ton. Yours truly, E. W. HARRISON $850.00 WORTH OF FINE NURSERY STOCK Our $850.00 Worth of Fine Nursery Stock must be closed out by the 15th of May at Some Price. Now is your best chance. First come, first served. We can't afford to carry this stock over and it will go at from 50c to 80c on the Dollar. THE HEREFORD NURSERY L. P. LANDRUM, Proprietor SPRING OPENING IN A RETAIL HARNESS SHOP We are showing the latest things in Horse Clothing and Mule Millinery. Leather is the fabric almost exclusive- ly used for harness, and black continues to be the lead- ing color, but tan is correct for ponies. Skirts are a little fuller this season, and the belly-band correspond- ingly wider. There is a wide selection of trimmings. Nickel is the favorite, but brass is more attractiue to the s...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 1, 1908 THE RIGHT PLACE For Lumber and all Classes of Building Material. 100 per cent Pure Paint. Largest Stock of Glass in Town. No trouble to Figure Bills. Prices Right. • Come and See Us. T. M. PALMER LUMBER CO. MAITLANP COAL We now Have in Transit several cars of Genuine Black Diamond Maitland Coal. See us before placing your Storage Orders. FALLWELL <& 50N5 Destructive Storms In many parts of the State heavy storms have destroyed the crops. There is no way to pre- vent this, but a crop pol- icy in a reliable company will insure you against loss by hail. If your wheat and eats are look- ing fine now, protect yourself against possible loss. I write insurance that insures. B. H. SMITH Cardwell Brothers Are now in their new building at the same old stand, We are now better fixed than ever to handle your Grocery business satisfac- torily. Cntnf* in iinH See lis Whether Yon Ruv or Not HARDPATCH WILL MAKE THE SEASON AT THE McFAR- LING RANCH, 12 M...

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

The Hereford Brand, Friday, Ma y 1, 1908 Agaata Wanted Throughout tht Valtad Itataa m Call on or Writ* us The Star Land Company Main Office 1113 Commerce Building, Kansas City, Mo. FOX OX GYLES, Agents H«r*for<l, Taxa* Branch Office, H Texas We Own and Control All tKe Land* We Offer for Sale Perfect Tfttlea Guaranteed 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. (jfOur territory is the United States of America. We will sell you land, or will sell your land for you. <ffThe 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 sho...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, May 1, 1908 11 * DR. P. M. RIQDON OF ELPASO, TEXAS Will be at Coulson's Drug Store one day only Thursday, May 14. If your eyes need glasses, be sure to see him as he is strictly reliable and we guarantee his work to be satisfactory. Examination and consultation free. Remember the Date Thursday, May 14th. One Day Only —..¿..a : T. M. COULSON DRUGGIST Ritchey Hotel R. W. Kirkpatrick & Sons, Proprietors Newly Furnished Centrally Located Rates $2,00 Per Day The best is none too good for our patrons Come and Make Yourself at Home We Boy Hides We Sell CoaI :Comg and See Us: Hereford Grain Co* We Pay Highest Prices For Wheat. Oats, Kaffir and Maize Tierra Blanco Herefords L. R. BRADLEY. Owner W, T. WOMBLE, Manager RBCFOFRS OF Write owner or call at my ranch, situated five miles east of Hereford, on the Tierra R1anr>a rtv r itglM MM Calm Hetd Headed by Strike Six, No. 156847 Assisted by Texas Tom, No. 204446 Will sell a quantity of young stock either singly or in ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 May 1908

PRICKLY ASH BITTERS INDIGE8TION, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLE. it cleanses and invigorates. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Special Agent T. M. COULSON, The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 1, 1908 VEGA, TEXAS Is standing on its own merits. Come and in- vestigate it possibilities or write Sachse & Ivy For information. Also agents for Land, Cattle and Insurance. Vega, Texas 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 down on prices. Do I have to have the money? No, good notes is what I give my creditors. COME ON, LET'S DEAL R. H. NORTON one mile west from hereford. texas Percheron Stallion JUMBO JUNIOR, A Dapple Gray, sired by Adage, an imported horse, will make the season at the Martin place, five mil...

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 — 8 May 1908

The Hereford Brand Vol. 8 HEREFORD. TEXAS, MAY 8, 1908 No. 13 Dining and Bed-Room Suites WILL BE ADDED TO OUR GREAT LIST OF MONEY SAVING SPECIALS FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS. Do you know you have one of the RARE OPPORTUNITIES of securing your House Furnishings at a nominal cost? It's true if you visit our place right away. Our big houses are crowded from ceiling to floor with good things for the Parlor, Bed Room, Dining Room and Kitchen. We never use a "SQUEAKING DECOY DUCK" to get trade. We walk out on a square business basis and give you the best for your money that money can buy. BIG SPECIALS ON FLOOR COVERINGS OF ALL KINDS. Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer E. B. BLACK O.E.THOMAS Fmbalmer and Funeral Director Hereford Sees a Quiet Day—Elec- tion Passes Without Any Special Features ADVANCE RETURNS The Brand Furnishes City With First News of Election by Flashlight Bulletins Last Saturday Hereford and Deaf Smith county Democrats participated in a friendly contest to elect dele- gates...

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 — 8 May 1908

FARMING IMPLEMENTS When buying farming implements you want the best. We have the best and the prices are right For everything in the Hardware line come to our store. STROUD-GARY HARDWARE CO. the Steering Committee had mapped oat, were omitted and the whole dele- gation alighted from their Pulmans and crawled into the autos. The local business men took seats in the cars with their visitors each selecting his own place or mounting bis own car. After a minute pause for the photo men to take a shot at the line-np, the procession lead by George Karr at the wheel in his own fine machine started up Dewey Ave- nue, followed immediately by the two big passenger cars belonging to the International Land Company and loaded the Oklahoma City band with 16 pieces. The first car carried Mayor S. B. Edwards; A. W. McKeand, secre- tary Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce; L. Baskin, president Hereford Commercial Clnb ; A.M. Goldstandt, of the firm of Heyman & Goldstandt of Oklahoma City; and A. C. ...

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 — 8 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 8, 1908 A SOCIAL wm Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hawkins En- tertain Faculty of the Hereford Public School and Others. "Be always as merry as ever you can, For no one delights in «sorrowful man." The roses were sheddiftg their fragrance, and sending forth sweet aromas to woo the zephyrs of the night wind. The silvery moon in her queenly splendor shone in the heavens ; while the stars in their far- off homes looked down on "Mother Earth" clad in her beautiful robes of green, and sparkled with delight. What a beautiful story of the May-day night did the balmy air whisper to all around. It seems most befitting at such times and amid such scenes to quit the busy cares of life and bask in the glories of the eventide. So think Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hawkins, for on Tues- day evening, May 5, their beautiful suburban home was filled with invited guests, including the faculty of the Hereford Public School whom they desired to share the beauties of the season with them, at l...

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 — 8 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May ,8 1908 fenttsmm A Popular .Spring S%le The American Gentleman Shoes Made by the Hamilton Brown Shoe Company Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction. Sold only by George A. Stambaugh The State of Texas. Notice is hereby given to A. R. Teple, L. T. Lester, H. E. Chestnut, L. T. Lester, P. B. Fuqua, L. T. Lester, A. K. Teple, Adalpb Frye, T. E. Money, Charles E. Harding, E. S. Caldwell, W. G. Bryant, Estate of J. W* Higgins, the record owners of Sections 9, 15, 16, 19, 20, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36 in Block K 14, and of Sections 4 and strip in Block K 3, and if said above named parties are not the owners of said above described lands, then this notice is given to the actual owners of said above described lands, they being non-residents of the County of Deaf Smith, that the jury of view heretofore appointed by the Honorable Commissioners Court of Deaf Smith County, Texas, at its February, 1908 Term to lay out and assess damages for a public road running ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 8 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 8, 1908 THRESHER MEN, ATTENTION! IF YOU BUY A THRESHING OUTFIT zst Buy the Beet. It is economy to buy the Best Always. and Buy as near as posssible to Headquarters. It will save time and expense. 3rd Buy a Recognized Standard. It will give you and your patrons confidence. 4th Buy where you can get accommodation if you need it and merit it. ALL THESE CONDITIONS ARE FULFILLED If you buy the J. I. CASE ENGINE AND STEEL SEPARATOR, because ist It is the BEST. 2nd Headquarters located at Amarillo for this Territory. 3rd It is the WORLD'S STANDARD. 4th The J. I. Case people are able and willing to help the fellow who deserves help. Make our Store Your Head- quarters When in Town SEE, THE COMPLETE OUTFIT AT Garrison Brothers Watch our ad next week Hereford Society Miss Anna Collins left last week for a months visit with relatives and friends at Vernon, Dallas and Pilot Point, Texas. Mrs. C. S. Garrison returned last Friday from a visit to Amarillo. She was ac...

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 — 8 May 1908

6 The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 8,1908 The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, BMiaeu Manage. A. C. ELLIOTT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Official Organ for D af Smith and Castro Co«n i«« Entered April 17, 1901 as second clasi mail matter, post office at Hereford, Tesas, •ct of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subsciption Price 1.00 per year strictly in advance COLORADO, HEREFORD & GULF A number of railroads are being projected across the Plains of Texas with Hereford as the objective or starting point. That a few roads will be built within the near future can hardly be doubted. Hereford will get one or two of these roads if her people will go after them. The construction of the Colorado, Here- ford & Gulf as contemplated; that is, to begin for the present at a point on the Rock Island in Oldham county 35 miles north of Hereford and take a course south that would pass thru Deaf Smith, Castro and other coun- _ ties to the Texas & Pacific railroad would open up a ...

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 — 8 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, May 8,1908 Í NIGGER-HEAD COAL Because one ton will pro- duce heat equal to one and one-half tons of any other. It Burns Up like Wood. Get the Best out of car on track. $8.50 Per Ton. Yours truly, E. W. HARRISON Trees are still dormant and can yet be transplanted safely. Our transplanting season ends about 15th of May. Reduced prices at Here- ford Nursery. 12-2t If you haven't yet planted your trees Jo so at once. You cant af- ford to miss a years growth. I am selling at from 50 cents to 80 cents on the dollar as long as they last. L. P. Landrum. 12-2t Mrs. Eva Dionne of Kanss City was in Hereford this week soliciting funds and support for The Joseph's Home of that city. She received a long list of donations. She had also been to nearly every town on the Plains. Local and Personal For views phone M. M. Major, tf Elgin Holmes of Melrose, N. M. is visiting relatives in the city. Car of lime just received at T. M. Palmer Lumber Company. 8-tf For Big German Mi...

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 — 8 May 1908

The Hereford Brand, May 8, 1908 $850.00 WORTH OF FINE NURSERY STOCK Our $850.00 Worth of Fine Nursery Stock must be closed out by the 15th of May at Some Price. Now is your best chance. First come, first served. We can't afford to carry this stock over and it will go at from 50c to 80c on the Dollar. *£ THE HEREFORD NURSERY L. P. LANDRUM. Proprietor SPRING OPENING IN A RETAIL HARNESS SHOP We are showing the latest things in Horse Clothing and Mule Millinery. Leather is the fabric almost exclusive- ly used for harness, and black continues to be the lead- ing color, but tan is correct for ponies. Skirts are a little fuller this season, and the belly-band correspond- ingly wider. There is a wide selection of trimmings. Nickel is the favorite, but brass is more attractiue to the smart set, while genuine rubber appeals to quite conservative good taste. Solid nickel and silver is the thing for those who do not consider the cost. You will find everything the latest and best at J. A. Canter...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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