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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

I * ¡22ZSSZ A Weekly Paper Devoted to the . Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas ss 7T< |tMien Per Year $l.'stf 6 Months ,7$ 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 IN CLUBS or MVS To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vsrttiing Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for tiro ■ or space. Local retdin^ no- tices, lOcrnnpcr line, each inser- tion. terms, cash in advanc3 Address all busi- ness communica- tions and mike all remittances pay- able to TH* Brand Hereford, Texas Vol. 2 Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 HEREFORD, TEXAS. JUNE 27. 1902 Panhandle No. 19 M i . Ruth, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin of Goodnight, June 14. Channing reports fine rains. Memphis had a good rain on the 16th. Sherman county has a cantiloupe growers association. Hail sto.ies have partially ruined crops in the vacinity of Childress. The Masonic Fraternity of the Panhandle celebrated their anni- versary at Clarendon June 24....

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

THE # BRAND ACOLLSGE HI A TOWW. Ü lenita Bfdt Financially and Intellectually. W« clip the following article ¿rom tbrÜovavood paper as its sensible pigments apply- equally to Hereford íq her new college enterprise, and it should be read and pondered over by every reader of The Brand : ' 'The commencement exercises of Daniel Baker and Howard Payne Colleges last week bring to mind the importance and value of educa- tional institutions to the town and locality in which they are located. The most chronic croaker will not deny that colleges, like the church,- adds much to the general welfare of the community. But what are the benefits to be derived by a town hav- ing a college in it? Tnis question is of special importance in a growing and unsettled country like this West Texas country of ours. People by the thousands are casting about anxious glances for a place to locate. This is no idle talk. The great unoccupied expanse of our territory * with its limitless unexplored re- sources is at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

* > - ► THE # BRAND BAND CONCERT. t he it: ho ey ri- he ed ;rn fly y- 1 >se of i is in I :et ell I he LSt fid ne an to ■ id d- ~ 1 1 s Next Wednesday Night the Boys Will Give Another Concert— AH Should Go. The band boys have been practic- ing assiduously oblate, getting ready for another of their popular concerts. They have decided upon Wednesday evening, July 2nd, as the date of the performance and music lovers will miss a rare treat if they do not attend. It was in- tended to hold the concert on the night of the Fourth, but on account of the postponement of the celebra- tion of the laying of the corner stone of the ¿ollege, it was deemed best to hold their musicale on the 2nd inst. The boys have spared no time nor efforts to perfect themselves in the band music art an^ should receive the moral and financial encourage- ment of all our citizens. We hope to see every available place in the house pccupied with people, as the boys deserve every cent they derive from these enterta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

/ B. H. Smith was % business caller in Amarillo Wednesday. Dr. R. W. Bounds and family wept to Panhandle Wednesday on a visit to old friends. T. A. Cox, the popular liveryman, has returned from his recent outing to South Dakota. He said he had a fine time. Dr. C. E., Donald, who is located in Dimmitt for the practice of medi- cine, was a pleasant caller in town Wednesday. The doctor comes highly recommended and will fill a greatly felt want in our sister county seat.' E. F. Connell and family, who have been spending some time in Hereford, Mr. Connell's presence being necessary during the cattle shipping season, he being the asso- ciation inspector, left today for their home at Endee, N. M. We have just received a large consignment of the celebrated Mc- Cprmick binders and corn harves- ters. These corn harvesters are so constructed that they will cut and bind anything over 12 inches high. Call and examine them at the Stringfellow-Hume Hardware store. 18-8t O. P. Smith of Modena, Mo.,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

THE. + BRAND CELEBRATION POSTPONED. ers, luly fe7 said 25, e w ncr of ner of. of nd; gue nd; nw iool fe n •7; 7; né rner mrs e of sec- id. :OW, :ott, A. and inds WQ the and *ay, ey, the *7 Hereford Will Not Celebrate the Laying of the Corner Stone on the Fourth as Intended. Owing to the fact that it was im- possible to have the college building in readiness for the laying of the cor- ner stone on the Fourth, on account of the non-arrival of the stone when first expected, a meeting of the citi- zens was held on Tuesday qjjd the celebration was postponed. Upon the suggestion of B. C. D. Bynum that a committe be appointed to confer with the committe in charge of the Canyon reunion and endeavor to have one day set apart during the reunion for the purpose of visiting Hereford and witnessing the cere- monies attending the laying of the corner stone of the college, Chair- man Ira Aten appointed B. C. D. Bynum, A. P. Murchison, W. B. Beach and D. R. Gass to act as such. On Wednesday one of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

n¿ j. 'fia v. it yiw it— THE # BRAND Hereford and the surrounding country still continues to grow. j* Taxpayers should read the ar- ticle headed "Notice to Taxpayers." J* A GOOD rain at this time would be very acceptable to our stock farmers. Let's get together and incorpor- ate. The health of our citizens make such a move imperative. * Bear in mind that our merchants are the ones who produce the money for public improvements and deserve your whole patronage. Buy- your goods at home. * With numerous trees and a good well,.windmill and tank in the court bouse yard, the time is not distant when our county will have the prettiest county property in the Panhandle. * The citizens of this country point with pride to the fact that this coun- try has never had a boom. On the contrary the wonderful growth of this section has been made solely upon its merit* as a place in which to reside * Hereford has a hard working organization in her band. Everyone should do their utmost to help the boys a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

IjlM JMjMB . _ tfcífc' - •' " ' í^.;vr ••'te: - v, ; ; - •; PPf?**'''- '0* 3RÉC -■'■'•'.■■■ ^ ■ f •■ -. - :- \ . • " : 'A*1 ■ v. ■ . >•; ' . ' '• 1 w ,. THE # BRAND Ive Ion lof ire lis jht |he Importance of the Teeth To those to whom the subject of personal appearance counts but little; who know nothing of ennunciation as a fine art; who never plan for future comfort or health, or with whom hygiene and cleanliness i a vague fancy unworthy of serious consideration—a tooth is of but little value. Millions of teeth are being sacrificed because the masses do not know the possibilities of the dentist's art. Thousands are suffering agony untold because they do not know where to get relief, or have not the educated courage to apply to a dentist. Occasionally people die from causes that we should be able to understand and be able to remedy better than any others. Unquestionably if all the various offices of the teeth were fully com- prehended the really small amount of attention which is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

Wm THE BRANd Items A. J. Thompson was in from his ranch on Tuesday. J. H. Burnham of Dodson, N. M., ▼as a guest at the Hereford House Friday^ Walter Smith was in from the OYO ranch Friday and Sunday and was a guest at the Hereford House. J. H. Flanagin, county surveyor of Castro county, was among the gue3ts at the Hereford House Friday. Have your dressmaking * done by Mrs. Feemster and Mrs. Coston. Parlors at the former's resid- 19tf eace. N. F. Smith of Taylor, who is visiting at the OYO ranch in Castro county, was a guest at the Hereford House Friday and Sunday. Samuel Atkinson of Roswell, N. M., claim agent for the Pecos System, was in town Monday, hav- ing business before the commis- sioners court. The family of Randolph Clark arrived last Sunday from Lancaster and will henceforth make Hereford their home. The Brand extends them a cordial welcome to our little city. Prof. Burtt, the old reliable op- tician is making his annual tour of the Panhandle and is making his headquarters...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

\ fit THE M BRAND Come One! Come Wh o th College Corner Stone Laying AT HEREFORD, TEXAS rig eree picnic and barbecue Everyone Invited! Attractions Free! FIRST=CLASS BASE BALL GAME Reduced Rates on All Railroads DATE ANNOUNCED LATER ANOTHER CHANGE. T. R. Reagan Buys His Partner's Interest in the Hereford Manu- facturing Co. On Saturday last a deal was con- summated whereby T. R. Reagan be- came sole proprietor of the Here- ford Manufacturing Company, he buying the interest of his partner, Jack Harwell. This business, under the able management of these two gentlemen, has grown to such pro- portions that it is safe to say that it is the largest of its kind on the plains, and is the best equipped for turning cut that class of work promptly and in a workmanship-like manner. Mr. Reagan informs The Brand that in order to fill the large number of orders which are already on the "hook" it will be necessary for him to employ an extra force of men. W£wish him the same un- bounded success which...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

THE. # BRAND Local ^ News Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Mrs. Clayton Stoker is very ill with typhoid fever. J. C. Womble was in from his ranch Tuesday on business. B. T. Bell of Dimmitt was a pleasant caller in town Tuesday. John Carter of Summerfield was a guest at the Hereford House Friday. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two of 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf J. A. Slayton of Dimmitt was a guest at the Hereford House on Monday. D. R. Gass is making extensive improvements on his residence, which when oompleted, will make it one of the prettiest in town. • Lost—Between my residence and Mrs. D. F. Johnson's, a silver thimble. Finder please return to Mrs. T. A. Cox. 18-tf Alex Thompson, who recently ar- rived here from Gainesville to take charge of his father's ranch, was in town Tuesday on business. I have accommodations for two for board and lodging. Table boarders also wanted. Mrs. S. E. Bus- ter. 17tf J. R. T. Bassett was in town Mon- day from his ranch. He went to S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

THE. # BRAND tf |s- SO |St let íe id d }y 1st Is. Local News ^ Item PIWESaiWl B8BDS. R. M. JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Catarrhal Affections a Specialty. All calls attended to day or night. Telephone at residence, No. 33. Hereford Texas. C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'Phone No. 82 Office at Cough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOÜGH ATT0RN2YS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. in. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. ra. " • " STAGE TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford Mondays- Fridays at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee >' at 8 p....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 27 June 1902

&!m% -•*°s , THE # BRAND 1 1 • , , , 11 1 „ / „i 1 1 1 Local A ? N e w s Á 7 Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Miss Gyp Holland is in Hereford this week.—Canyon Stayer. Blue grass seed at Johnson & Fer- guson's coal and grain store. 1 ltf Lewis Hale of the North Draw was a pleasant caller in town Mon- A?Y- See Troy Womble for ice. He will deliver it at l^c per pound. Phone 76. lOtf Judge L. Gough has received and accepted an invitation to deliver an address before the Dalhart Normal on July 10. We .pay cash for your produce- chickens, butter, eggs, etc. Highest market prices. Hereford Meat Market. 13tf W. Bratton of Brownwood came in Sunday and - is visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. T. Inmon. He expects to spend the summer here. I have secured an experienced baker, W. C. Green, and can fur- nish fresh bread at all times of an excellent quality. Also cakes and pies baked to order in anf quantities. Charles Orr. . "9tf M. Jacobsgaard, one of the Here- ford H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

in id A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas I 5«ib< •EM4?* Per Year $1.50 6 Months .'S 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 If CLUBS OF F.VK To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad. v*r*lsln¿ Rato* Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for ti mor space. Local rendin no- tices, lOcent;per line, each in er- tion. TERMS, CASK IN ADVANC2 Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to The Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post ofllce at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 tol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JUVJT 4, 1902 No. 20 All Over the Panhandle 10. Lockncy will holdV picnic on the ourth. Silverton will celebrate the glori- us Fourth. Goodwin Germans have just com- leted a Lutheran church. Lubbock will celebrate the 4th ith a picnic and barbecue. E. P. Davis, the well known hrockmorton cattleman, died June ? fir • • Dalhart has a population of 1100. rifteen months ago Dalhart was not íought of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

THE # BRAND Kindness to Animals. On a frosty day, the past winter, in a bitter, cutting wind, a horse wat tied to a post by the sidewalk in a busy town. His hair was wet from hard driving. The robe with which he had been covered had blown off toward his head, and was lying partly under his front feet that were pawing and stepping, trying to get away from the danger that was threatening his life. Scores of peo- ple were passing and repassing on the sidewalk, many of them boys and men. Some of them gave a passing glance at the suffering animal, but no one made a move to cover him, though there was pathos and prayer in the eyes turned to- ward them, asking aid that was not given. An invalid sitting in a carriage not far away, had sent her little girl to make a small purchase in a store where she had to take her turn at a crowded counter. When at last she returned with the pack- age, she was sent to see if she could get the blanket that was under the feet of the horse and throw it over ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

of of it me I have the :iiis, laimsl to reforl ; twc lica- (mat •tor Gallantry. She vas pretty, wore a pleasant smile, and, when she entered a Sefton Park car last evening, there were seven young men who im- mediately vacated their seats, and delighted themselves by casting alternate glances at the fair one and the vacant spaces. She took the nearest seat with a nod to all and a bewitching smile. Six young men bowed and stood up, and imagined himself a martyr. She carried a beautiful child in her arms and it was very playful. One young man thought she was its aunt, and two others were quite positive she was not its mother. Meanwhile, the child amused it- self. It climbed, and crowed, and laughed and played, and the lady laughed and petted it One of the young men, a sacri- ligious wretch, commenced hum- ming, "I wish I was a baby," when the child, kicking in a playful mood, knocked a handkerchief from the lady's lap to the floor. There were four of the young men who made a simultaneo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

THE BRAND FINE CATTLE. S. T. Howard Buys 300 Long S Cows for His —8 Ranch. It gives us pleasure to report that S. T. Howard, owner of the —8 ranch in this county, has purchased of George Slaughter of Roswell, N. M., 300 head of Long S cows with calves by their side. These were the tops of the herd. This new ac- quisition, added to the fine bunch of —8 cows bought some time previous, gives Mr. Howard about nine hundred head of as fine cows as can be found in this country. Mr. Howard informs us that his cows are all bred to registered Hereford and Durham bulls and that he expects to have as fine calves as any breeder in the country. That he will is ap- parent to any one that is familiar with the breeding of the —8 and Long S strains. Telephone Business Sold. Manager E. J. White of the local telephone company informs The Rrand that a change is about to be made in the ownership of this busi- ness, R. R. Ellis of Lancaster, being the purchaser, who is expected to arrive today (Thursday) ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

THE BRAND BAND CONCERT. A Decided Success Musically and Financially. Last Wednesday evening the Here- ford Concert Eand gave one o£ their delightful and popular concerts at at the new Methodist church house. That their concerts are popular is evidenced by the large crowd which assembled in the edifice to enjoy their, musical selections. Many expressions of surprise were heard at the wonderful progress which the boys have made since their last concert, held about six weeks ago, and the proficiency with which they handle their instruments is good evidence that they are faith- ful in their practice. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon this organization for their efforts to give Hereford first-class and up-to-date music, and their leader, C. E. Strain, is to be congratulated upon his ef- ficient work as teacher, though his efforts would be valueless without the co-operation of the entire organ- ization. The boys were fortunate in secur- ing, as an augmentation to their program, the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

THE- J* BRAND Fourth of July today. j The public school grounds should be fenced and trees and shrubbery ptánted this fall. j It is to be hoped that our citizens will not fail to exploit the natural advantages of our town while among distant friends on the Fourth. j« Hereford was blessed with re- freshing showers Monday night and Tuesday. The effect on the stock- men and prospectors is seen by the chfeery faces of the former and the buying of land by the latter. jt Saii> a prospector recently—"It's a shame that such a thriving and pretty town as Hereford should have hogs and pigs running wild to thwart the efforts of the citizens to have trees and foliage about their places of residence. The town should be incorporated by all means." j« How many people who are cele- brating the Fourth today stop to realize the reasons that this day is set apart as a holiday and a day of celebration? It is too true that many patriotic citizens of the United States utilize the day for a "glor- ious...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

THE # BRAND Importance of the Teeth KiJ&ffR m ( To those to whom the subject of personal appearance ccuntr but little; who know nothing of ennunciation as a fine art; who never plan for future comfort cr health, or with whom hygiene and cleanliness is a vague fancy unworthy of serious consideration—a tooth is of but little value. Millions of teeth are being sacrificed because the masses do not know the possibilities cf the dentist'* art. Thousands are suffering agony untold because they do not know where to get relief, or have not the educated courage to npply to a dentist. Occasionally people die from causes that v/e should be able to understand and be able to remedy better than any others. Unquestionably if all the various offices of the teeth were fully com- prehended the really small amount of attention which is necessary would be cheerfully bestowed. The Teeth and Personal Appearance A prime factor in beauty and one of the most expressive features of the human countenance i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 July 1902

THE. # BRAND Miss Delia Palmer is on the sick list. C. V. Walker was in from his ranch Wednesday. J. .C. Cox was in from his Tierra Blanco river ranch Tuesday on business. Have your dressmaking clone by Mrs. Feemster and Mrs. Coston. Parlors at the former's resid- ence. 19tf H. W. Freeman of Mcxia, repre- senting the New York Life Insur- ance Company, is in town talking insurance. F. B. Fuller has resigned his posi- tion as cashier of the Hereford National Bank and acceptcd a posi- tion with the new banking firm, Smith, Walker & Co. All the latest designs and styles of work of all kinds in our line. Call at our tent and see our samples, whether you want any art work done or not. Chicago Photo and Novelty Co. 20-lt J. R. Girdner of Princeton, Mo., and a valued subscriber to The Brand, came in Wednesday and is looking over this section of the country with a view of locating here. G. D. McLean of Powersville, Mo., is visiting his brother, C. E. Lean of Dimmitt, and is looking over ...

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