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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 June 1908

The Hereford Brand. Friday, June 19, 1908 TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: We wish to thank you for your very liberal patronage, and to assure you that we are better prepared than ever to supply your wants. We shall continue to handle only first class goods, and have no ear for the drummer who wishes to sell us "Competition Goods/' "Satisfied Customers" is our motto, and we know that they will be satisfied when we sell them Moline and Davenport Wagons; Velie Buggies; John Deere Plows and Imple- ments, Deering Binders and Corn Harvesters, Deering Sisal Twine, Colorado Perfect Wire, Star, Leader and Sampson Windmills, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves, Keen Kutter Cutlery of all kinds, Genuine Delft Enam- eled Ware, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Whips, Lfp Robes, Queens ware, Tinware, Builders' Hardware, and hundreds of other good and useful things that we haven't space to mention here. Keep on coming to see us. Make Our Store Headquarters When in Town GARRISON BROS. Watch Our Ads CITY COUNCIL M...

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 — 19 June 1908

The Hereford Bread, June 19, 1W8 The Brand D. W. HAWKINS. Business Manager. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND 9«oial Organ for Deaf Smith •ad Castra Connttas Entered April 17, 1901 as second class —yil matter, past office at Hereford, Teias, act of Gongrcss of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price 1.00 per year strictly in advance Some of the nabor, (that's the way the Canyon City News spells it) towns have had occasion to "poke fun" at Hereford on account of her effort to secure another railroad. Little has been said about the new road, except where the people of the *own had done their part towards securing the contract. The Brand has never announced in flaming head- lines that the road was certain to be built—it could not look into the fu- ture, but it has always believed it -would be and has so announced its belief. The Brand has pointed out in as strong terms as possible the benefits to be had from another road; has encouraged and "scolded," if...

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 — 19 June 1908

The Hertford Brand. Friday, June 19,1908 B. H. Smith wa« in Friona Tues- day. W. L. Hammock is in Kentucky for a few weeks. Hon. W. M. Knight wa« in Can- yon City last Saturday- Ben Myers of Amarillo was in the city on Tuesday visiting. R. D. Sedwick has gone to Gates- ville, Texas, to visit his mother. Read Kemp Lumber Co.'s ad this week. It See Aldridge & Barnett for clean- ing and pressing. 18-2t See O. H. Vaughn for fresh pies, bread and cakes. 16-4t For fresh Jersey milk, call on the Hereford Dairy. Phone No.9. 24-tf Just received full line of screen material. Palmer Lumber Co. 8-tf See M. M. Major for the Racycle. Best Bicycle made. 47tf Read Kemp Lumber Co.'s ad this week. It R. A. Megert who has recently moved to Texico was in the city on Sunday. George Comer was here this week. He has been doing stunts over in New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Phillips and daughter made a trip to Friona this week visiting. Frank Donavan and family are occupying the Hough residence dur- ing...

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 — 19 June 1908

HEREFORD and other points on Pecos Valley Lines best reached by direct connection with the A. T. & S. F. Ry. BE SURE. yrour ticket read* via Santa Fe all th« Wmy* Full Informa- tion regarding rates, etc., cheerfully furnished. D. L. MYERS, Traffic Manager, Pecos Valley Lines Amarillo, Texas REGISTERED HEREFORDS All ages of Fine Bulls for sale at reasonable prices. COME AND SEE THE CATTLE D. BURKETT 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. itglsliiral fltM Cattle Herd Headed by Strike Six, No. {56847 Ajdsted by Texas Tom, No. 204446 Will sell ft quantity of young stock either singly or in car load Lots j* Jt j* j P. R. Purcefl & Sons Livery, Feed and Sale Stables GOOD SADDLERS GENTLE DRIVERS Special Conveniences for Drummers HEREFORD TEXAS The patronage of the general public is cordially solicited Hereford Grain Co. We Pay Highest Pric...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 June 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, June 19, 1908 Í ROPED WILD AN1SL0PB. Auto Party Run Down Animal and Throw Lasao Around His Neck. It would be a great mistake (or the downeaster to suppose that the automobile is regarded with fear, suspicion or curiosity by the citizens of the wild and windy southwest. It is likely "there is more autos in Texas, in proportion, thin in a ma- jority of the eastern and northern states. In Texas, it is held not so much as a luxury for the fetr rich as a business investment. It is used to transport passengers, mail, freight and on some of the big ranches it is superceding the horse for range rid- ing and herding cattle. In and around the little town of Midland there are about 300 automobiles, which with three or four exceptions, belong to cattlemen and cowboys, who regularly use them in moving and roundiog up herds of cattle. So experts have many of them become in handling their machine that the festive jack-rabbit and fleet-footed coyote often run down or rop...

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 — 19 June 1908

The Hereford Brand, Juñe 19, 1968 BIG Tent Theatre The Largest, Finest and Most Per- fectly Equipped Theatre in the World Absolutely Water Proof Electric Lights, Electric Fans, lee Water. Seating Capacity 2000 Two Car Loads of Beautiful Scenery and Electrical Ef^ fects. Plays Costomed Acccording to Time and Country H. D. Rucker's Famous Korak Wonder Co. 35—Artistic People—35 The Largest and Most Versatile Repertoire Company in the History of the Stage, and the Greatest in the World Traveling in Medicine. Superb Concert Band and Orchestra Admission as Follows Adults - - 15c Children Orchestra Circle Seats - 10c 10c extra OUR RECORD IN TEXAS 21 weeks in Ft. Worth 29 weeks in Dallas 35 weeks in Houston \ \ weeks in Beaumont We are Now on the Corner of Sixth and Harrison Streets, Amarillo, Texas GFT READY FOR FAIR Farmers, Truckgrowers and Or- chardists Begin Now to Pre- pare Exhibits. Now is the time to begin prepar- ing for all exhibits tobe made either at the Hereford Fair or the Dal...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 June 1908

The Hertford Braod, June 19, 1908 11 Official Directory 1 J County. W. H. Russell Judge W. M. Cogdell Clerk S. J. Dodson Attorney E. F. Connell Sheriff J. W. Ford Tax Assessor C. E. Smith Treasurer T. M. Palmer j G«rgTÜí« 1 Commiuioneri Frank Shelton J G. R. Jowell Surveyor J. H. Turnbow Justice of Peace City. S. B. Edwards Mayor C. L. Sullivan Marshal J. C. North Attorney A. M. Jones Secretary W. B. Beach ^ C. G. Witherspoon | R. N. Mounts j- Couocilmen L. A. Stroud | W. D. Ketiehor J Churches. BAPTIST CHURCH. Services each Sunday at 11 a. m. and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 3 and 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. O. W. Dean, Pastor. E. H. Wray, S. S. Supt. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Services each Sunday at 11 a. m. and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 3 and 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- ning. J. N. Wooten, Pastor. T. R. Day, S. S. Supt. METHODIST CHURCH. Services each Sunday at 11 a. m. and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Epworth ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 19 June 1908

12 The Hertford Bread, Friday, June 19, 1908 PLAINSMAN ONWARPATH (Continued from Pa** On«) envy ; wake up to the facts. What are you going to do for the railroads? Your charges do not add one dime to your bonus. Hereford raked her own chestnuts from the fire, but if you still want to act the monkey, go it, Billie. The Brand didn't ask you to take that part, but if you in- sist, you can act that better perhaps than any one known. And the Plainsman excuses itself tbusly: The Plainsman did not intend to go so extensively into this matter. The original squib was not worth an extended reply, but such abominable rot at that contained in the Brand deserves more than a passing ans- wer. Admitting thus that The Brand's "abominable rot" was not worth an extended reply, why do you waste 54 inches on such stuff? Must have touched a tender spot, eh? Did your brain produce this cerebrum ooze or is this "patent insidl?" Suppose you, my dear fellow, had spent half the inches trying to show the peop...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 June 1908

! The Hereford Brand Vol. a- HCREFORD, TEXAS, JUNE 26. 1906 No. 20 If You Read Advertisements] Then read every word of this, for it is money to YOU. Our CONVERTING SALE, which has just closed, certainly wrought wonders; but with your assistance, we propose that the sale of the next two weeks will be a climax to all. This is not a "hot air" blast—but cold facts, of which we can easily convince you if you will call at our store and inspect our goods. Refrigerators We have the most complete line of Re- frigerators and lee Boxes ever carried in Hereford. They are the Gurney and Cold Wave. These goods will preserve ice about twice as long as the ordinary kind. They are the best made. We propose to close out this line at COST within the next TEN DAYS. If you need one, come quick. A regular $30.00 Refrigerator for $23.75 A regular $25.00 Refrigerator for $19.75 All cheaper ones in like proportion. Extension, Library and Parlor Tables The styles carried in this department are numbered by th...

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 — 26 June 1908

The Hereford Bread, Friday, June 26,1906 The Most RemarKable A $10.00 DINNER SET WITH YOUR INITIAL IN GOLD. Every set is positively guaranteed to never craize and in durability it is equal to Havlin China Heretofore none but the Billionaire could afford to uee china with their initial or monogram on it. By a fortunate deal we have contracted with the manufac- turer to furnish us with as many as we can use of the Cottage 42-Piece Gold Mon- ogram Dinner Sets and as a special inducement for you to increase and concetrate your trading with us we will distribuoe them as fol- lows: Procure a Gold Bond Punch Card from us, and every time you make a purchase have the amount of the same punched out. When you have purchased goods for cash to the amount of $50.00 present the punch card and $2.35 in cash and we will give you the set, or trade $25.00 and $2.95 in cash, or trade $15.00 and $3.20 in cash and we'll give the set f Come in at once and see them and get a punch card. The sooner you begi...

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 — 26 June 1908

• y • TIm June ,26 190É 'i* * J'Trí . y i.-. of Lelf of Inct lan, iHe for 5n- ce. ach re- tail iat La 1. 'ANHANDLE EDITORS | Support Ten Dollar Panamas, Dia- monds and Tailor Made Clothes at Convention. The editor oí the Whitewright Sun was so addled by the brilliancy of the Panhandle editors when they were in Mineral Wells that after he returned home he, while under the spell, wrote the following: "They met and talked over the anti-pass law, the postal regulations, the rains and floods, and also the crop prospect from all over the great and imperial state of Texas. With the exception of the Panhandle they did nol have a very encouraging re- port. The Panhandle editor was there in all hit glory. His big pan- amá looked prosperous compared with the cheap sailor warn by his North Texas brother. His brand new suit outshined our last year's alpacca and when he flashed his dia- monds in our face and advised us to take Horace Greeley's advice and leave our flood soaked section and be happ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 June 1908

The Htrtiwd Brand. Friday, Judo 26. 190* . • — ? Aetata Want«4 Throaghout the Ualtad lUtM Call «n or Writ* «■ The Star Land Company Main Office 1113 Commerce Building. Kansas City, Mo. FOX <1X GYLES. Agents H*r«ford, Tmm Branch Office* Hereford* Teses We Ova and Control All the Un4a W* Offer for «alo Porfoct Titles OtttrtntNd 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. <f Our territory is the United States of America. We will sell you land, or will sell your land for you. CfThe 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. Le...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 June 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, June 36,1908 TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: We wish to thank you for your very liberal patronage, and to assure you that we are better prepared than ever to supply your wants. We shall continue to handle only first class goods, and have no ear for the drummer who wishes to sell us."Competition Goods/' "Satisfied Customers'' is our motto, and we knoV that they will be satisfied when we sell them Moline and Davenport Wagons; Velie Buggies; John Deere Plows and Imple- ments, Deering Binders and Corn Harvesters, Deering Sisal Twine, Colorado Perfect Wire, Star, Leader and Sampson Windmills, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves, Keen Kutter Cutlery of all kinds, Genuine Delft Enam- eled Ware, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Whips, Lap Robes, Queensware, Tinware, Builders' Hardware, and hundreds of other good and useful things that we haven't space to mention here. Keep on coming to see us. Make Our Store Headquarters When in Town GARRISON BROS. Watch Our Ads Local and Perso...

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 — 26 June 1908

The Hereford Brand. FrfcUy, June It, IMS The Brand D. W. HAWKINS, Business Manafer. A. C. ELLIOIT, Editor. Address all communications to THE HEREFORD BRAND Entered April 17, 1901 as second class m.i1 matter, past office at Hereford, Teta , act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price 1.00 per year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE TWO OF A KIND. The following letters clearly indi- cate that the running of a newspaper ia not all fun and pleasure. The Brand is glad to know however that one or tuo subscribers who may be- come offended and for this reason stop their subscription does not count much in ten thousand. The four ex- tracts taken from letters on file in this office furnish a kind of "layer cakethat is to say, a light streak and a dark streak. First top layer with icing: "As I did not receive The Brand yester- day, I hasten to mail you a Dollar Bill to pay for another year's sub- scription. Please mail me a copy of the last issue—I can't afford to miss a number of your newsy sheet —...

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 — 26 June 1908

The Hereford Brand, Friday, i 26. 1908 HARVEST TIME NEAR We Have a large stock of the Quick Heal Gaso- line Ranges and oil stoves —buy one— save your- self money and the good wife lots of work, time and temper. See Them To save your Grain in the shortest time and with least expense Buy the McCormick Binders They do better work with less repairs and last you longer than any harvesting machine made. We can sell you a Header-Binder, a Straight Header, an eight-foot Tongue Truck Binder or a six-foot Binder at a price that is fair and reasonable. We have a solid car load of the McCormich pure, genuine Sisal Twine—the best twine that ever tied a bundle of grain, at the low price of He per pound. qfWe have an EXTRA LARGE STOCK OF REPAIRS on hand for McCormick Binders of all sizes, also Machine Oil, Engine Oil and Cylinder Oil. Give Us a Chance to Treat You Right COME IN and price our lee Cream Freezers. lee Picks or Shaves, lee Tea Glasses, lee Water Buckets, Screen Doors, Lawn riowers, La...

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 — 26 June 1908

The Hertford Brand, Friday. June 36, 1906 HEREFORD and other points on Pecos Valley Lines best reached by direct connection with the A. T. & S. F. Ry. BE SURE your ticket reads via Santa Fe all the way. Full informa- tion regarding rates, etc., cheerfully furnished. D. L. MYERS, Traffic Manager, Pecos Valley Lines Amarillo, Texas % REGISTERED HE RE FORDS All ages of Fine Bulls for sale at reasonable prices. COME AND SEE THE CATTLE J. D. BURRETT 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. MjisM MM Heed Headed by Strike Six, No. 156847 Assisted by Texas Tom, No. 204446 Will sell r. quantity of young stock either singly or in car load Lots * j* * j P. R. Purcell & Sons Livery, Feed and Sale Stables GOOD SADDLERS GENTLE DRIVERS Special Conveniences for Drummers I t HEREFORD TEXAS the patronage of the general public is cordially solicited J He...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 June 1908

The Htrtford.Brand, Friday, June 26, 1908 PLAINV1EW NEWS Items From Bale County Herald- Shows Progress on the Plains Plainview, Texas.—The city coun- cil will submit the question of a bond issue for sewerage purposes. Mayor Malone has made a visit to Weather- ford where he iospected the system in that city and reports favorable. A petition is in circulation and has been signed by four hundred voters for a new courthouse and jail. The commissioners' court will take the matter up on Saturday and put it be- fore the people in the form of an election. That a new courthouse and jail are much needed necessities in Plainview, is a self evident fact. Our courthouse grounds are beauti- ful and attractive. A large modern stone or brick building in the center of them would add greatly to the attractiveness of the business por- tion of the town. The people of Hale county have never yet been lacking in promoting the good of the country and we look to them to build a courthouse worthy of Plainvie...

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 — 26 June 1908

mIMf ■■i'1, Smmm !«' .••••- •'. „• • -r.- p^all s *k?T:- % . i (S-IW^i Change of Play Nightly ] BIG (at amarillo, texas Tent Theatre The Largest, Finest and Most Per- fectly Equipped Theatre in the World Absolutely Water Proof Electric Lights, Electric Fans, lee Water. Seating Capacity 2000 Two Car Loads of Beautiful Scenery and Electrical Ef' fects. Plays Costomed Acccording to Time and Country H. D. Rucker's Famous Korak Wonder Co. 35—Artistic People—35 The Largest and Most Versatile Repertoire Company in the History of the Stage, and the Greatest in the World Traveling in Medicine, Superb Concert Band and Orchestra Admission as Follows Adults - - 15c Orchestra Circle Seats Children 10c \ 0c extra OUR RECORD IN TEXAS 2\ weeks in Ft. Worth 29 weeks in Dallas 35 weeks in Houston \ \ weeks in Beaumont We are Now on the Corner of Sixth and Harrison Streets, Amarillo, Texas THE OLDEST BANKER Western National Celebrates An- niversary by Doing a Good Days' Business. While on the rounds l...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 June 1908

The Hereford Bread, June 26, 190S 11 * N. E. Hord David Derden Sam H. Morris IL Hon Land and Line Stock 60. Large tracts for Colon- ization purposes, and small tracts at special prices and terms to the actual settler. See us. Offices: Amarillo and Hereford Amarillo and Hereford City Property Dr. M. J. Bisco and family have recently moved from Mineral Wells to this city. Dr. Bisco comes to us highly recommended as a gentleman and proficient dentist. He has bought the office and business of Dr. Sutherland, who introduces him as worthy of the confidence of the good people of Hereford. He holds let- ters of recommendation from res- ponsible parties in Mineral Wells, all of which speak strongly of Dr. Bisco's ability as a dentist and to his high moral character in public and private business affairs. He and his family are given the glad haDd and The Brand trusts that he will find in the people that con- genialty about wh.'ch he has heard. Dr. 0. P. Sutherland has sold his dental parlors ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 June 1908

12 tin Hwtfor* Boot, rtu r, !«■ u. im MODERN FARMING (Continuad from Pu« Ob ) ly. This we have proven it capable of doing. We are able to break prairie sod at rate of two miles per hour. As our plows, as set, cut from 9-6 to 9-8, we make about 2 1-3 acres per hour or in a day of nine hours about 21 acres. This per- formance is somewhat better than . could be looked for from eighteen mules as one acre per day per ani- mal is, I believe, considered a big day's work. Allowing for neces- sary «tops for repairs, adjustments, etc., we will assume that the three acres excess í re consumed and that eighteen acres is the performance of the engine in an equal time with the work of eighteen mules. In com- paring the work of the engine with with the work done by animals, I can see little difference in the quality of the work done. If the plows are properly set and the engine care- fully driven, the work should be better done by the engine gang than by the horse power, as the plows being so much...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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