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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 July 1902

THE # BRAND > *■ - Importance of the Teéth To thos¿ to whcm the subject of personal appearance count; 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 is a vague fancy unworthy of secious 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'? art. Thousands are suffering agony untold because they do not know whére 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 ana be able to remedy better than any others. Unquestionably if all the various offices of the te?th were fully com- prehended tbe 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 is the ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 July 1902

M BRAND mm canyon reunion. Hereford Defeat Amarillo in thr Btll Gu^ Thursday Over two hundred Hereford Ite« visited Canyon yesterday for the pufpoee of witnessing Hie ball game between the Herefonl and Amarillo nines, this being the third and last game of the eerie* «hloh «as to de cide the winner of the $100 port* given by the reunion committee. In the first of the series of games at the Canyon reunion, Hereford and Hale Center crossed bats Tues- day which resulted in a victory for the Hereford's by a score of 10 to 5. Wednesday in the second game Amarillo and Plainview playedwhich proved to be an easy victory for the former team by a score of 20 to & In the third and deciding game, which according to previous ar- rangements was to be played be- tween the winners of the two former games, much interest had been mani- fested, as there has always been a rivalry for baseball honors between these two towns, and there was a large crowd of fans present on both sides, each doing their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 July 1902

THE # BRAND s w yc :r land with J. P. Connell. c ii served at all times at Ity afe. 20tf ,T. Bell of Dimmitt was a in .own Tuesday. ■ íes Scarborough of Dimmit was 1st i the Hereford House Sun- >rt orders at the City Cafe, cl ickens and all the delicacies £< .ison. 20tf Uve you any work for a row tr? If so see Carr & Butcher's id- in this issue. ad Mrs. F. A. Robison of fce rime in Wednesday and aje £ng their son, W. H. Robison. m re credit in the oil or ice íes , must be strictly cash. Ice btsfcrsale. Troy Womble. 14tf J. Ferguson of Valda, Mo., le in Wednesday to pay a visit to I sons, Judge Jno. E. Ferguson |Charles C. Ferguson, and also i^ok over our beautiful country. 2!ou don't use much baking pow- •f so use the best, it saves so feh in flour and you can digest ur food if you use our Perfect ind. Hereford Mercantile Com- iy. 17-13t Manager White informs us that : sale of the telephone business at place, as reported in a previous ^e, did not take place, the would- buy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 July 1902

THE # BRAND ''-v , .'^Sf '¿.J: • .•,'•'4.. tgg Baa Come. Dr. Brolles, the specialist, came to Hereford on Monday, July 14, aiid had quite a large number to call on him. He will return every two weeks and his next visit will be Monday, July 28. He will remain until 3:30 p. m. only and will be at the Ritchie House. Let all who de- sire his services remember the time and place. We know nothing per- sonally of this gentleman, but he comes well recommended and is personally known to Randolph Clark and family, our county attorney, R. F. Holloway, Conner Jowell and many others of our best citizens. We speak for him a successful so- journ in this country. See his dis- play adv on the first page of this issue of The Brand. Think of how little you save when you buy cheap baking powders and then how much you suffer from bad stomachs. Use our brand named Perfect and appreciate pure whole- some food guaranteed to all cooks for every kind of baking. Hereford Mercantile Co. 17-13t ItML ilBDS. R.M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

1 , Ji WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas Juh- •criptioi Rata Per Yenr $1.50 6 Months .75 3 '• .40 1 Copy .05 fN Cl.rss OK FIVE To hve diffarent addresses, $5.00 r d. yurlUlitá IX **! " i- i play, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts intime or spice. I.ocal reading no- t'ce •. lOccntsper line, each inset- l i > n. TER.V9, CASH IN ADVANCE Address ail busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Brand Hereford, Trxas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post offlcc at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress oí March 3, 1379 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JULY 2£, 1902 thy iu= No. 23 Stic as :an uch wtie rge fit id less wry All Over the Panhandle ¡ Gray county is erecting a new cDurt house. The Eaptist Association will con- vene at Miami July 25 and 26. Stratford citizens are having trouble with hogs running at large. Lee & Company, bankers of Miami, have increased their capital stock from $25,000 to $75,000. In the baseball game...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE ^ BRAND Fresh broad at the restaurant, ltf C. L. Smith tu among the Collin county prospectors in town last week. Short orders at the City Cafe. Fried chickens and all the delicacies of the season. 20tf James Blakeney was among the citizens of Cleburne to take advan- tage of the eicursion to the Panhan- dle and visit Hereford. Does your watch keep good time ? If not, bring it to me and I will make the necessary repairs at reason- able charges. I guarantee all my work. L. S. Smith. 21tf F. H. Britian and family returned Sunday from a plumming expedition on the Canadian river. Mr. Britian was a pleasant and appreciated caller at this office on Monday and left a large sack of this delicious fruit for which he has our thanks. A. B. Wells, foreman of the Johnson County Review office at Cleburne, was a . pleasant caller at (his office on Friday last. Mr. Wells is a first-class printer and after looking over The Brand office and samples of its job work paid us the appreciated compliment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE BRAND A LARGE CLIP. as ive le a fge of Lia w a red id. the The Sheep Growers in This Vicinity- Realize About $10,00 on Their Wool Crop. W. R. Clements, the well known Roswell, N. M., wool dealer, was in town last week and purchased the entire wool crop from the sheepmen in this vicinity. The aggregate amount of money which was realized by our growers is not definitely known, though it is said it will quite eách the tidy sum of $10,000. Among those who sold their clip to Mr. Clements were B. T. Bell, Barclay Bell, Allen Bell, James Carter, J. P. Carr, G. R. Hay, C. "W. Seloverand F. H. Wood. These gentlemen ail reside in this or Castro county, and the wool crop of New Mexico which is usually shipped from here is not included in the above sales. The sheepmen are to be congratu- lated upon their large clip, which is said to be of the highest grade and brought the best prices. The Unappreciated Sunflower. • It is predicted that before many ears the sunflower will come ,into eneral c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

ü ' V THE # BRAND ank Statement. NO. M04 port of the Condition of The lereford National Bank at Here- ford, in the State of Texas, at the close Of business, July 16, 1902: Í resources. an« and discounts ...... $161,226.02 «drafts, secured and unse- cured 9,128.36 . S. Bonds to secure circulation 6,250.00 remiums on U. S. Bonds 250.00 anking house, furniture and fix- tures 1,987.98 ^ue from National «Banks (not Reserve Agents) 1,356.42 >ue from approved reserve agents 6,547.26 nternal-Revenue stapps 159.30 Checks and other cash items 499.12 fractional paper currency, nick- i els, and cents 75.00 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: $12,462.50 Legal-tender notes ... 2,0D0.00 Specie jDue from U. S. Treasurer, other I than 5 per cent redemption ..fund..... 14,462.50 312.50 Total $202,254.45 liabilities Capital stock paid in. $25,000.00 Surplus fund . 2,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ... 5,517.39 National Bank notes outstanding 6,250.00 i Due to other National Ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE J* BRAND R. N. Mounts was in from his ranch Tuesday on business. J. D. Thompson, who has been on a business trip to different points in Texas and Indian Territory, return- ed Wednesday. He says that it js very dry and hot in the portions that he visited. . The eminent divine Dr. D. C. De Witt of Hillsboro, Texas, who has been •employed as pastor of the Cum- berland Presbyterian church here and at Canyon will arrive this week and will preach Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 8 :30 p. m. at the Christian churchy Everybody invited. R. H. Norton «was in from his ranch west of town Tuesday and au- thorized us to place a notice in The Brand advertising- his place for sale. If yjoft^ant something good see the place or write him. In case he sells he will not leave this sec- tion of the country—ejfjty. has some- thing else in viév^ in c^s'ejhe sells. Mrs. Rowe of Waco, accompanied by her daughter, and brother, Mr. Robinscn, are visiting at -the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Aten. These three, in comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

Bíl i. THE # BRAND 4 I f t -il' ] I •■•V r The Brand A Weekly Journal Devoted to tHe Interests of tHe Panhandle Country of Texas KRANK L. VANDERBURGH Cditor and Publisher Clean up your premises ! «* Our contemporary has improved its appearance by installing a "pat- ent" outside—two pages only being printed at home. 'The Amarillo Record has again changed t hands, Messrs. Kidd & Young having sold their interests to John Pipes, formerly editor of the Portales Progress. Wc wish %him success and extend him the hand of fraternal fellowship. ; * This section has again been visit- ed by two.refreshing rains, this time within three weeks of the previous precipitation. While all kinds cf crops in this vicinity were assured, nevertheless these last rains have resulted in a great deal of good, more especially, however, to the gardens. If there are any skeptics in regard to this being an agricultural country, let them pay the plains a visit. They'll have their eyes opened. Don't wait for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE # BRAND event h as- Lorgan, than Is gone Iporary ;nsions |>ngres& com-v )r pen- iPhilip* Id. |ze the States coun- íe ap- linister iStates. roll D, Coal |of the lis wa I prices Is hope ly? DE |e 232c | whicfc iron j It. Wí| Towi \0 i C A . Á K W Í Will convince anyone of its permanency and equipment. We have spared no expense D facilitate work. There is only one thing lacking at the Hereford Dental Parlors and that is a day current of Electricity. Our Laboratory is thoroughly fitted for the manufacture of any kind of an appliance. We will venture the assertion, without fea* of contradiction, that there is more Dental work done here 'han at any other office in West Texas and we propose to force cpUjiued recognition, through merit. A Glance at our Operating Room "Remember the Maine" Advertising schemc with *1 s will be our w o r H W. E. ROBERTSON % DENTIST Phone No. O5 The Louisiana press announces the probable extinction of the mock- ing-birds in that«tate, in the near futu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE ¿e BRAND « ;'"v' >WPi S. A. Strange of Bell county is prospecting hereabouts. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two oí 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf J. 0. Lindsey was in from his Castro county ranch Wednesday on business. O. M. Conoley, manager of the TTT ranch in New Mexico, is in town this week on business. Loveless jit Black, the up-to-date .furniture dealers, have a change of aetv in this jssue which it will pay yoú to peruse. Go to W. W. .Meeks for watch and jewelry repairing. . He also carries a nicc stock of watches and "jewelry for sale. 13tf Bird Rose, manager of the "Nun" ranch, was in town this week look- ing after the shipment of -the 507 steers bought by his firm, Lake, Tomb & Co. John Boyd, who has been visiting friends and relatives in eastern and southern Texas, returned home Thursday. He was accompanied by his mother, who will remain here. I have secured an experienced baker, W. C. Green, and can fur- nish fresh bread at "all times of an excellent quali...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. ich ip- inual Report Received for the Ses- sion of 1901-1902. We are in receipt of the annual re- lort of the President and Faculties |f the University of Texas for the ;ssion of 1901-1902. During the |ast year more than 1300 students, hunting those present for the sum- íer session,have been in attendance id the graduating class just sent it numbered 162. Two hundred id fifty-six students earned the ^oney spent on their education, and 53 either wholly or in part defrayed íeir expenses by work while attend- ^g the University. Of the 864 stu- ;nts enrolled during the regular ses- ión at Austin 672 were native born, [ennessee follows with 22 ; Missouri, ; Kentucky, 18 ; Illinois, 14 ; Miss- [sippi, 14; Georgia, 13; Alabama, and other states with fewer num- ;rs. The registration of students by bunties gives a suggestive idea oí pw all sections of the state are rep- tsentcd. Next to Travis comes IcLellan with 39 ; Bexar, 38; Dal- js, 34 ; Harris, 29; Grayson, 27 ; |i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE ^ BRAN] Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Miss Inez Cantrell of Italy is the guest of Mrs. S. Loveless. See the new display adv of Lee S. Smith, the jeweler and optician. Cakes and pies constantly on hand for the retail trade at the City Cafe. 20tf W. F. Bassham and family of Peoria are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howard. For Sale Reasonable—Some good taddle and wovk horses. Will trade for cattle. W. E. Hicks, old Tannehill ranch. 2ltf The Dyer Brothers have treated their office to their lumber yard to a new coat of paint, thereby im- proving its appearance. J. R. Steedman, representing William Volker & Co., wholesale dealers in furniture sundries, was in town Wednesday doing business with our local dealers, Loveless & Black. Having purchased the business of C. L. Reynolds I would invite the people of Hereford and vicinity to call and examine my work and goods. Entire satisfaction guaran- teed. L. S. Smith. 21 tf Mrs. Alice Park and children of Italy are visiting a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE # BRAND 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 rPhone No. 82 Office at Gough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas R. H. GOUGH, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surgical Cases Solicited. Office in Gough's Drug Store Res. Phone 20 Office Phone 26 Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next dtfor to Bank Hereford - Texas POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. 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 DIMMlir. Lr. 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. m. " " Fresh bread...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 25 July 1902

THE ^ BRAND BOTH SIDES. A New Version of an Old Story. She lay in the shade in a hammock, The picture of ease and grace. No wonder her lofcr's heart fluttered As he caught the smile on her face. Her dress was of soft white muslin, Her laugh like a silver bell. His hand touched her warm white fingers As he bent low his love to tell. But he suddenly frigidly straightened, For just within the door He could see her poor old mother On her knees was scrubbing the floor. He was a knight of filial honor. His idol's image was soiled. He could never make love to s maiden Who lounged while her mother toiled. • So he went off and made love to another In the farther side of the town, And the girl in the hammock wondered Why his love for her had gone down. The foregoing has a familiar sound. Every man, old and young, will call to mind having read it, or something like it, with immense ap- proval of the young man's course. Now, we women are thoroughly tired of such blind and biased logic. We can s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

t**T rjitii 77777/y) 7Y¥s*fj^7vyr? /. WeeHIy Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan Handle of Texas s Z2Z2222^2222222Z222222Z2222Z ,.:-• jSi2:y- >Vub. ncription Raiui P« i Year $1.50 6M-ntbs .75 i " .40 1 C-v .05 IN O.tirs i f FtVF. To ir different ¡ It v rs. $5.00 Aci- y-. !U n¿ '«Se# i i í. •*. 2S c?nf* f'T ¡•••"í¡. i'odia- •-' -"i: •; t' r lime or i o >■("! rió- la: r.t, 10<: or.I* per 1 n \ each mser- ti >n. cas; in ALVANCi aü br.ai • I I — ?«- J 1 tí " >'1 nukc a!i ah!.i (o pay- esz&vsstni' , i Entered April )7, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, To tas, Act oí Congress : March ,1. 187 > Vol. 2 ./? /1 Over the Po_nhandíe Dalhart Is soon to have a Masonic lodge. Miami has just installed an Odd Fellows lodge. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two oí 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf It is said that the Frisco road contemplates building south from Vernon. A Chilicathe farmer realized $125 an acre on his S-acre water melon patch this y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE # BRAND Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf B. T. Ware, president of the Amarillo National Bank, spent Sat- urday in town. Take your fresh eggs to the Here- ford restaurant and receive the highest Cash prices. 14tf Does your watch keep good time? If not, bring it to me and I will make the necessary repairs at reason- able charges. I guarantee all my work. L. S. Smith. 21tf J. D. Ferguson has bought a nice quarter near Hereford and will move his family about August. The Hornet regrets to see them leave but wish them well in their new home.—Vernon Hornet. For Sale—A five-section ranch with a large modern house and out- buildings. Ranch highly improved and within one mile of town. For further particulars sec or write R. H. Norton, Hereford, Texas. 23tf Judge Jno. E. Ferguson, who has been the recipient of an extended visit from his venerable father, J. J. Ferguson of Yalda, Mo., accom- panied the latter as far as Amarillo on Irs way to his Missouri home, re- turning the following da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE # Araño J. D. TUCKER DEAD. Passes Away Suddenly at Taylor, Texas. J. E. Tucker and wife of Taylor, the former being the principal owner of the OYO ranch in Castro county, who had intended staying at their ranch for the summer, were called home SUnday by the receipt of a telegram bearing the sad intelligence of the death of their son, J. D. •Tucker, who is well and favorably known here as one of the man- agers of the above mentioned ranch. James, as he is familiarly known, was an upright, honest and industrious young man, and by thegg^terling qualities,had made hibself popular with all his acquain- tances, to whom his sudden death was a great shock. The bereaved parents have the sympaty of all in this, their hour of sorrow. The cause of his demise is unknown to- us, as yet. A New Cattle Company. A. P. Murchison recently sold his large bunch of cattle to T. R. Reagan, the hustling manager of the Hereford Manufacturing Company, and Conner Jowell, the popular young Hereford cattlema...

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

THE # BRAND REVIVAL MEETINGS. Rer. Volney Johnson 3 Expected to Arrive Next Thursday Evening, Rev. H. M. Bandy, pastor of the Christian church at this place, wishes us to announce that the pro- tracted services will be commenced Sunday next, but that Mr. Johnson will not be here until Tuesday. These meetings should result in a great deal of good for the increasing of christian interest and influence in this vicinity and they should be well Attended, as Mr. Johnson is a con- vincing and forceful speaker and is well known all over the state as an evangelistic worker for the saving of 80uls. • We understand that a large tent has been provided with ample seat- ing capacity and that good singers have been engaged for the occasion. Miss Johnson Entertains. \ Last Friday evening Miss Floss Johnson, the charming daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, enter- tained a large number of her young friends at her home on Dewey avenue. The evening was pleasantly spent in social chat, interspersed ...

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