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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

, ,— W\. ,p" .-.r-: . .-v ".'.-y' ,, 52« M A COMING EVENT. . The Meeting of the Panhandle Teachers' Association at Clarendon. The last session of the Panhandle Teachers' Association to be held daring this school year will be held at Clarendon in the public school building on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12, 1902. Below we publish the program which has been prepared for the session: FRIDAY MORNING. 10—Prayer, Rev. J. S. Barcas; Address of 'Welcome, Mayor I. W. Carhart; response on behalf of teachers, E. L. Dohoney. 10:30—Proposed Course of Outside Read- ing for Pupils, Miss Scales; Discussion, Miss Clark, Miss de GraSenreid. 11—When to Begin Whitney and Lock- wood's Grammar, L. M. Williams; Dis- cussion, A. Ernsberger and Prof. Craw- ford. 11:30—Respect for Law and Authority, C. E. Hall; Discussion, F. P. Elston, John Rogers. 12—Adjournment. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. 2—Public Entertainments and Closing Ex- ercises—Their Value, Prof. Page; Dis- cussion, Miss Tullous, Miss Beasley. 2:30—C...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

i • THE # BRAH of thm Let's Enconarge It. Parents and Teacher's Clubs ase .becoming quite numerous in Texas and elsewhere, their object being to promote a better understanding be- tween these very important factors •In the education of the rising genera- tion. Bowie needs such a club.— Bowie Blade. Every other town and locality needs some of them, if they produce the desired ends. Much of the mis- understanding between teacher and parent could be cleared away, and .by a method of co-operation on their parts the child's advancement could be made (Tar greater than it is now, in some cases. The world is com- ing to recognize co-operation along all lines as one of the indispensible conditions of cur present-day civil- ization. J* The Narrow Gauged Fellows. The editor of the Nocona Times took occasion to M roast" one of the •county candidates last week for failure to announce in his paper. This is not the Blade's way of doing business, and we deplore the in- cident. Some of the candidate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

ÍÉ w.rfM tifi ¿y «fffi——i THE J* BRAND Lt- lia the Panhandle. Thousands o £ peo- ple in the congested centers of the north and east and the drouth-strick- en portions of the south, could readily be induced to come to this section of the Panhandle it its ad- vantages could be put before them properly. Not At AH Improbable. Men who have heretofore been a little skeptical with reference to Dalhart's future* are now ready to admit that a population of 2,500 is among the probabilities inside of eighteen months.— Dalhart Sun, Dalhart's experience is that of every other town in the Panhandle. The most conservative men of the country are now losing their heads speculating on the probabilities of these Panhandle towns. There is no reason why Dalhart should not become a town of 2500, and even more. And the same may be said of numerous other towns which are surprising everyone by the rapidity of their growth. jt What Mexico's Leading Paper Says. The Roswell Register, one of New Mexico's best w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

VCjl íaúi.- THE # BRAND GUARANTEED This 1,000 Issue CIRCULATION We are glad to note that tree planting has become a sort of an epidemic in the different towns of the Panhandle. Nothing increases the beauty of a country like a prom- inence of trees and shrubbery. J J The editor of this paper would be glad to have tome of our readers give us their experience in tobacco raising in the Panhandle. Doubtless some of them have experimented with the weed, and we would like to know the result. The county commissioners of Deaf Smith county are to be com- mended for the work they are having done on the court house square. A large number of trees have been planted and the property otherwise improved. In a few years' time the county' property will present a very pretty appearance. * j« There is excellent opportunity for Mr. Carnegie to use some of his hoarded million? to great advantage in the Panhandle. And there is good reason for believing that he would do so if the matter were pre- sented to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE # BRAND er be the Notes and Bis A close observer of the workings of Congress must deplore the reck- less extravagance which results from a system of indirect taxation. j* Admiral Cervera, the defeated Spanish commander at Santiago, has . taken to inventing and devised a , successful wireless telegraph appara- tus. j• The passage of the 6hip subsidy bill by the republicans will only increase the score for which the party will have to settle with the people at the polls. j* The success of Booth Tarkington, the Indiana novelist, in the political field recalls the fact that fiction has an important part in the makeup and output of most politicians. J* Here is a chance for reciprocity between England and the United States: Let her protest against our war in the Philippines while we pro- test against the way she is carrying on her war in South Africa. j* Danish officials say the island re- cently purchased by the United States will be much better off under the new regime. It will be i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE ^ BRAND All Over the Panhandle Electric lights were turned on in Quanah this week. The new Elmhirst hotel has been opened at Amarillo. The new Methodist, church at Floydada has been completed. Crossetl Bros, of Amarilla sold two Hereford bulls at $125 each. Cleveland, Qhio, parties have a new railroad project for Clarendon. Hill & Decker have filed applica- tion for light franchise at Clarendon. Rev. Moseley of Amarillo is hold- ing a protracted meeting at Canyon City. Wise, Collin and Dickens counties all gave heavy prohibition ma- jorities. Rev. Bandy of the Christian church is holding a protracted meet- ing in Miami. J. B. Bowen, formerly of Trini- dad, Colo , has leased the Hotel Royal, at Wichita Falls John Keller and W. M. McGreg- or of Wichita Falls left for Havana, Cuba, on a pleasure trip. The Panhandle Christian Mission- ary Convention will be held at Clarendon April 4, 5 and 6. Potter and Stephens* candidates for congress, ended their campaign in Montague county t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

IU- he all ;r, to IX- J- :e, tell iur red lso. ic- ip* srs lite |H, ;v. !S„ |the> lly nt + nunn L, o a 1 News Try Smith's Cough ♦Gough's Drug Store. Syurp. 4-a Sheriff J. T. InmonAeft ®n Mon- day's train for Bovina on business. Hickox & Daniel have just re- ceived a nice lot of seed potatoes. iPhone 85. 5tf . T. B. Kellow of Duncanville Is a prospector in town, having arrived on Monday. Save money, time and trouble by ordering papers and magazines from J; the postmaster. 5-2tp Jarrett Janes cf the Janes Bros. & Brown ranch in Lamb county was a business caller in town Monday. C. V. Taylor and wife if Mans- field, Mo^ are guests at the Here- ford House, having arrivefl on Mon- day. .Troy Womble is offering his fine registered Hereford bull for sale at a bargain, will stand him until sold. 2tf We haw just received three cars of wire. Call and get prices. r Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Com- pany. Stf C. E. Strain of Lancaster is avis- tor in town. Mr. Strain is an expert cornet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE jet BRAND L o c a 1 News Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf F. J. Clinkinbeard left Sunday evening for Medicine Lodge, Kas. County Commissioner R. N. Mounts was a business caller in town Tues- day. B. T. Bell of Dimmitt came in Tuesday to attend the social at the Hereford House. L. G. Wilson, the prominent Can- yon attorney, was in town Tuesday on legal business. James Oden of Bovina came up Tuesday evening to attend the social at the Hereford House. Miss Lalla Hill of Dimmitt at- tended the reception at the Here- ford House Tuesday evening. A Brower, traveling salesman for Smith, Walker & Co., was registered at the Hereford House on Wednesday. C. R. Moreman, who has been ill with that popular bone aching mal- ady, la grippe, is able to be out around again. Rat Jowell, one of Hereford's registered Hereford cattle breeders, left on Wednesday's train for a busi- ness trip to Amarillo. D. C. Laird of the OYO ranch in Castro county came in Tuesday evening to attend the reception...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE. BRAND Hi®. m s 144. Ixas i Lrd at Mrs. A. Osborne, FasHionable Millinery. Also Agent for Butterick Patterns and Publica- tions. Located in D. R. Gam' Store. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Clifford Slayton was a visitor in town Wednesday. J. G. Adams of Roswell, N. M.t vas in the city Wednesday. Mrs. George M. Day and sister, Mrs. Burton, were in town Wednes- day. Miss Alma Hamilton of Dimmitt attended the social given at the Hereford House Tuesday evening. Miss Q. B. Hill was among those who attended the reception at the Heretord House Tuesday evening. J. B. Hinton purchased 38 acres of land from his brother, B. T. Hin- ton, and will in the near future make Hereford his home. Mrs. Osborne has just received her new stock of millinery goods, and all her old customers and friends are invited to call and inspect same. 6-lt F. C. Malone came in from his North Draw ranch Tuesday to take the third degree in Pythianism. He improved hi# visit while here by renewing his subscription ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE # BRAND Loe 1 N e w s Fresh bread at the restaurant. ltf R. N. Mounts was in sanch on Saturday last. from his Get our prices on flour' and meal' before buying. Cardwell Broe. 4-tf J. R. Hunt of Bovina vas a visitor in town last Friday, being registered at the Hereford House. W. F. Laird of Alva, Okla., was among those regisiered at the Here- ford House on Saturday. Any one wanting wall paper will save time and money toy seeing as. Prices from 4c to 40c per k>11. Beach & Orr. Stf L. LeGrand of Graham came in Sunday to pay a visit to his son, G. F. LeGrand, who is a ranchman near LaPlata.. J. M. Gollihorn of Castro county was a visitor in town Saturday and purchased a turning plow of Gal- breath, Fox & Co'. Will Mcintosh, who, with his brother* Í3 engaged in. the ranch business; cn the North Draw., was in town Saturday after supplies. Among other things he purchased1 a rod plow of Galbreath, Fox & Co.. Hickox & Daniel take the lead in prices. 5tf Subscribe for t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE BRAND I ried Sit ton- rest. lock. I vis,, Stt the at lay. hi s; Jyedi jalt ling íon- lent. 14-tf the irom in*. a GRAND COMBINATION SALE HEREFORD BULLS SO Head SO Head These bulls represent some <of the test strains in America, and are all plains bred animals. Contributed by following parties: t L. R. BRADLY, Hereford, Itexas ALEX EDWARDS, «Canyon City, Texas GEO. BLACK, Canyon City, Texas T. C. D. DE GRAFTENRIED, Ceta, Texas R. A. CAMPBELL, Canyon City, Texas MONROE, Canyon City, Texas Sale 1 Will Take Place at Canyon City, Texas., on Wednesday, April 16, 1902 R_ A. CAMPBELL, Auctioneer Fresh bread atlthe restaurant, ltf J. R. T. Bassitt was in from his .¡North Draw ranch Saturday. J. O. Lindsey was in from .bis :ranch Saturday after supplies. Go to the Hereford Grain A Goal ♦Company for the VERY BEST Maitland coal. - 52tf J. C. Witherspoon of Ellis county is visiting in town. He is :a asela- itive of Judge C. G. Witherspoon. J. N. Ivy, a- prominent' North Draw ranchman, ,h^s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 28 March 1902

THE- # BRAND jaJfc • * m §{■'1® ■;.|P 'JM #1 i ):1 Complete and Up-to-date in Every Particular. Good Goods and Low Prices shall be our Bid for Trade. Give us a Trial, if you are not now a Customer. Prices Everything in our Store are fully and Quality Guaranteed on Remember We handle the Celebrated If they rip bring them] back and get a new pair mmmm ATTENTION. On Monday, April 1st., only, we will sell a dress 10 yds. of lawn, I attern, or 30c. at Galbreath, Fox Company MEN'S CLOTHING No. 3867, all wool grey spring suits worth $7.50, for $5.00 No. 9584, all wool light grey spring suits worth $8.oot for $5.50 No. 3872 Scotch stripe, all wool worth $9.00, for $6.50 No. 9599, all wool French serge worth $10.50, for $7.00 No. 7811, all wool clay worsted worth $12.50, for $8.50 No. 46x4, Scotch goods worth $7.50, for $4.75 A big line of men's spring pants from $1.00 to $4.50 DRESS GOODS An elegant line of silk zephyrs, mercer- ized chambries and pongees for 25c per yd. Ask to see our line...

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

Sub> ■cflytioa rttr Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " 40 1 Copy 05 in clubs or nv« To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad vertlsing Rates Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for time or space Local reading no- tices, lOcentsper line, each inscr tion TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to £s ?ZBBB¿ZZ£zaÁ A WeeRly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas HI 222222 The Brand Hereford, Texas Application has been mad* (or transmission through the mails at second-class rates Vol. 2 HEREFORD. TEXAS. APRIL 4. 1902 No. 7 All Over the Panhandle The public schools of Lockney have closed. Plainview has a building and Joan association. The Childress band made its first public appearance. A $5000 pressed-brick machine will be put in at Vernon. J. R. Renfro will erect a new brick building at Vernon. R. E. Clark has let a contract for a business block at Dalhart, W. A. Newman of Matador «old 200 head of two-year.old s...

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

már* "OfM 4 X '-p4¡ii^ir í/MlmÉ': fM£ # BRAND - i rn jmfci C L. REYNOLDS £xi«n watcliaier aii Jiwiiir Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired. Formerly with ELGIN WATCH CO. LUEBER WATCH CO. LANCASTER WATCH (XX Hereford, Tens BAND ORGANIZED. Instruments Have Been Ordered and Practice Will Be Commenced Soon. Hereford is soon to have a brass band. The instruments were or- dered Wednesday, and are expected to arrive in a few days. When these arrive practice will begin in earnest, and as the boys have a very compe- tent Instructor In C. E. Strain it will be but a short time before the music lovers of Hereford will enjoy many open air concerts. This enterprise is greatly heeded in our town, and all should give it encouragement, both financially and morally. The personnel of the band is as follows: John Boyd, bass drum. Wesley Lyle, snare drum. R. F. Holloway, tuba. L. G. Dameron, Bb bass. W. E. Rush, baritone. S. C. Wilson, slide trombone. Allen Bell, tenor. George Cloyd, Claud Wither- spoon...

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

THE M 1BKANO lee* at Kce« Lnth ttt. Like Days of Nero. The proposed fight between a lion and a bull on Mexican soil near El Paso, is expected to attract a tre- mendous crowd. The lion Is said to be worth $5,000 and the bull will doubtless have considerable value. Thus the entertainment must be heavily patronised because the owners of the animals are not fighting them for fun. This is cruel spoxt and loud protests will be heard from all sections of the oountry. That a beautiful lion and a magnificent bull should be sacrificed to cater to the worst phase of human nature—the desire to see blood and brave ani- mals tearing each other to pieces— is an unpleasant thought. Not since the days of Nero, says the dispatch, has such a sight been witnessed. The chances are that the story is an imaginary one sent out by a fake artist in search of a sensation. Be that as it may, it brings up an inter- esting discussion .concerning the al- leged improvement in the human race. That protests would be...

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

THE # BRAND áf 4 , Pulse of the Press More Tubers and Less Cotton. The potato grower in Fannin county will soon be as important a factor as the cotton raiser.—Bonhara News. With tubers at the present price, he ought to wear diamonds, while the cotton man struggles for even a shirt. Cotton may be king now and then, but is more often a beggar who carries to beggary those who worship him.—Dallas News. j* Credit to tlie Panhandle. The Canadian Record, one of the best local papers in the Panhandle, refers to us in its editorial columns as follows t The Brand, a new paper recently started at Hereford, has been en- larged to a sixteen page paper. B. P. Stone, an experienced newspaper man, forn^erly of Sailsbury, Mo., is the editor, and F. L. Vanderburgh, formerly editor of the Hereford Re- porter, is the publisher, Mr. Vander- burgh having discontined the publi- cation of the Reporter. The new paper is a credit to the Panhandle country and we count it among the most valued of our exchanges...

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

\ juld respectfully suggest to our city council that they supply this long-felt want.—Clarendon Banner- Stockmen. Why not put a good whistle in your electric light plant and use it as a fire alarm? We don't know whether the plant will be in opera- tion all night or not, but even if it should close down at midnight, as many do, such an arrangement would be of great service to the town. j* The Brand, published at Here- ford, has taken the place of the Re- porter and is now issued weekly. It is sixteen pages.—Childress Index. j* We Know It Up Here. There seems to be a disposition on the part of some of our stockmen to drop the Herefords to some ex- tent and raise Durham cattle on ac- count of the size of the animal. We believe that when it comes to winter- ing, the Durham's feed bill will also be somewhat larger. In our opinion the Herefords are by far the best range cattle.—Higgins News. j* Says It's a Gem, The Higgins News,one of the newsy local papers coming to our exchange table, h...

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

TltS # BRAND GUARANTEED ThU 1,000 lMM CIRCULATION Lord Bacon said: "No pleas- ure is comparable to standing oa the tantage-ground oí truth." jt J* An exchange calls The Brand a "humorous paper." Some of its Readers fail to see the humor. ji J* It is usually true that the small- pesa of one's erudition is known by the greatness of his loquacity. j> J* Senator Hanna's public utter- ances are all alike; each one is an epanadiplosis, beginning and ending frith a dollar-mark. ¿N exchange tells of a man be- coming seriously sick at a recent Populist meeting. The Lord knows we don't wonder at his misfortune. A Texas Populist meeting is enough to make a hog sick. J* 4 God had a place and a purpose for every man, and a man for every purpose and place. Happy—yea, thrice happy—is that man who has grace and sense enough to take and keep his proper place. J* * This country is rich in unde- veloped resources, which are being slowly brought out by experimenta- tion on the part of the farmers he...

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

„r THE # BRAND a k rht It i't or It* ti x> feel i. it t- n-| y /e Notes and The verb "to Crumpacker" bids fair to attain a permanent place in the language. j* Indirect taxation Is an insidious and inevitable cause of reckless ad- ministration of the public finances. JM King Edward has revived the custom of snuff-taking. Perhaps now our envoys will cultivate a "recherche sneeze." j* It is said that votes for the ship subsidy bill were traded for votes on the oleomargarine measure; which shows the value of present republi- can legislation. * Senator Hawley of Connecticut said he would give $1,000 for a shot at an anarchist. Which proves that all anarchists are not outside the United States Senate. j* Is there any need to open an old wound that sapped the strength of the country for many wasted years? Where, then, is the sense of the Crumpacker measure? A The republican concession to Cuba mty merit the name, but it is so limited in time and scope that it is but a mockery of any real...

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

THC # BRAND ilEI SEBBOL HIES. Interesting Notes Concerning Here- ford's Excellent Public School. The following are the names of the pupils in third and fifth grades ▼ho have made an average of ninety- six; or over for the month of March: Willie Britain Lottie Clary- Willie Robinson Isla Estes. Katie Davidson and Graoie Robin- pon, having obtained one hundred in attendance, work and conduct, are entitled to be placed upon the honor rolls. Others are striving to stand first in their classes and will succeed if they continue to make an effort. Dealing with the problems of mathematics, the boys and girls of the fifth grade have entered into a -«contest—the boys against the girls. The various questions asked and the different explanations given by either side, makes the recitation very in- teresting. It is needless to say that the fourth grades have done exceedingly well this month as their general averages show, high fourth. Roy Davis 98 Undrille Thomas 98 Clyde Files 98 Frankie Dameron...

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