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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 24 March 1905

JBPI$tar PL i RÉ&d PTICJAN TO BE AT OUR ST&RE TWO DAYS Friday, March 31st Saturday, April 1st FVKS TESTED FREE Dr. Rigdom if treasurer of the State Optical Association, which would indi-' cate he is a man well informed in his profession, with 25 years experience. If jour glasses do not fit your eyes come in and let Dr. Rigdom fit you from our stock. Dr. Rigdom is not a peddler but is a wholesaler of optical goods. Wei buy goods from him and he fits our customers free of charge in order to sell us goods. . You still have a further advantage if the Doctor should not adjust your glasses the first time correctly, he Will make regular trips every 90 days and be at our store, of which yon will have due notice, and you can have your glasses re adjusted absolutely free to«you. Do not neglect this and don't forget the date. T. M. COUN £ CO. The News Would Help. The following is taken from the Canyon City Mews to show the co- operative spirit which exists between Hereford and Canyon: ...

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 — 24 March 1905

P fVHT KIDNEY DISEASE W ' Neglect of the First Warning Symp- toms is the Prime Cause of so Many Deaths from trié Dreaded Brlght's Disease. It Is Easily Curable In the Early Stages. Kidney diseases are so destructive to liuman life because they do not manifest alarming symptoms until the constitu- tion is seriously weakened and the strength exhausted. Then, too often, the remedies employed by many physi- cians are of indifferent or doubtful value, and the patient rapidly sinks under the disease. The wisest course is to apply a reliable kidney and liver remedy on the first appearance of the symptoms. A little uneasiness in the small of the back, digestive troubles, bowel irregularities and disorder in the urinary organs are matters of small moment in the estima- tion of strong men and women, yet they have a serious meaning. They show clearly that the kidneys are suffering and need help, which must be forth- coming at once to prevent serious, per- haps fatal consequences. A few doses o...

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 — 24 March 1905

MUI When order house, draw an easy ' to the table 1 thine faH on your glasses the :HSUL- of March Subscription Price S100 per Year snictlt in advawck FRIDAY, MARCH 34, 1905- FOR ONION GROWERS. From the continued report* which continue to go out from the principal onion markets, it would appear that there is a bonanza in store for those sections of the Panhandle country which have engaged in the onion business. It is now claimed that onions are becoming alarmingly scarce and that at the present de- mand the entire supply will be ex- hausted before the üew crop "can be The farmers of Deaf i Castro counties will per i more extensively in the which will result than of the West, as every farmer in the two have from one to twenty i onions. ; from the Packer, ' journal, shows the : is toda; „ onion market onions at $1.50 per indications are that L advance to $2.50 later in _on. The markets must now. > Texas for a supply of the product. It is not really believed that there are enough oni...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 24 March 1905

• sM mnMMm BUM IP ? * .' v 'Hi * y,f ||P . ''i •:v == G. A. F. PARKER, Pkwideat J. P. CONNELL, - VbflMklnt F. B.FULLy«t ROSS ▼. DAVIS, AabUatCuhfcr The Western National Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS Capital $50,00C).00 Surplus $7,000.00 This bank is always ready to make small loans. It has never made a bad loan. It has never forced a customer to sacrifice his property to pay up. It confines its business exclusively to banking. No part of its capital is invested in Real Sstate except its banking house. The President, Cashier and Assistant Cashier NEVER OWE THE BANK ANYTHING. It solicits the business of all good people, be their accounts large or small. SHORT LOCALS 'v News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. "Witherspoon & Gough. 48tf T. W. Hart was a pleasant caller rat this office Thursday. Miss Kate Davidson is visiting ¡relatives in Amarillo this week. For rent—25x80 brick building, centrally located. Address Box 255, Hereford, Texas. tf Mes...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 24 March 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND ■H Nervous ? Then your blood must be in a very bid condition. You certainly know what to take, then take it — Ayer's Sarsa- parilla. If you doubt, then consult your doctor. We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Sold for over 80 years. More Finished Cattle. G. W. Roberson on last Saturday id a car of cattle, which he at. his feed pens near to Kansas city. This is the car that Mr. Roberson has and shipped this winter and eased is he with the result that likely to be in the same bust- ... several years from now. Thus far, so far as our knowledge is, J. O. Lindsey, Capt. H. Trow, L Mr. Roberson are the only ones _ jr people who have gone into the feeding business with a view to finishing for market and K is not putting it too strong to say that all have been eminently successful and entirely pleased with the results. We predict that the success of these three men will be a strong incentive for many other stockmen of this section of the Panhand...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 24 March 1905

SALE GREAT COMPARISON This is the time to make your spring purchase, while our lines are full and com- plete. Having; just / received a full and complete line of Dress Goods and Ladies' Furnishings, Gents' Furnishings, includ- ing the celebrated line of clothing made by M. & W. Nanniberg of New York, c&clusive makers of finé tailor- ed clothing, Notions ✓ and Millinery, in fact everything carried in a first class dry goods store. * Everything new and strictly first- class. This .is a time when we especially issue a general invitation to the public to investi- gate our merchandise and prices and be con- vinced that we will save you money on everything we sell. We assure you you will at all times re- ceive our most gen- erous and courteous treatment, whether you buy or*not. Come and see what we have to show vou. White cedar peeled posts at Bur- ton-Lingp Co'/. 52tf S. J. Dodsori spent Monday in Bovina on business. B. B. B. for a spring tonic, at Smith's Drug Stye. • 5tf J. M. ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 24 March 1905

■ ft: MB HBRSFORD BRÁSD PKIOK UKINO NW0M OO. OHIOAOO. Items From Frio. Mrs. Mrs. Sanaera and Mrs. Stanley spent Sunday with Mre. Green. Mrs. Atcheson spent Friday with Green. Franklin Hughes haa stopped school and is working for Mr. Holland. Evcryotfe^is busy farming during this Mr. Stanley and little daughter, Tince, went to Amarillo Friday and returned Sun day. Ira Rieketts and Misa, Annie Hughes called on Mies Lindsey Sunday evening. Mrs. W. B. Green and children, Mag- R. T., Lena, and Emma took the lay evening to visit friends and i at Frost. Frost was Mrs. Green's home before they moved to the Plains. We miss the children in school. Friday was the first meeting of the Crescent .Society. The progmm was very interesting and well rendered.1 The little folks that recited did very well, considering that they have not had much practice in Mr. and Mrs. Terry of near Hereford ajwnt Sunday w'th the lattera brother, J. 0. Joe and Jim Green spent Sunday at Mr. Atcbeson's. . Chamberlain's ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

Y i VoLJ* HEREFORD, TEXAS, MARCH 31, l0O5 No. 7 JOIN THE BOARD OF TRADE AND WORK FOR HEREFORD -iai:;*:; GALBREATH & FOX Store Bulletin for the week beginning MONDAY, APRIL 3rd and closing SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 8th. Read our argument, consult our price list below and compare our goods. Don't do your buying till you inspect our stock. We ask you to investigate what we offer. We wifl know by this that you are interested in saving money on your purchase and every investigation places us more firmly in tne confidence of the people. We have been quoting higfcgraae goods and low prices every since we began business and hundreds have found us to be correct. 'We have no "cheap junks which are usually selected for a slaughter sale. We carry nothing but bright, new merchandise of recent manufacture. So when you buy your spring bill of us, you will be sure to get absolutely nothing but new goods. ite Goods 36-inch India Linen, per yd ... 5c 36-inch India Linen, better quality, per yard 7ic ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

TU HEREFORD BRAHD WILL BE AT OUR STORE TWO PAYS March 31st April 1st Dr. Rigdom is treasurer of the Stste Optioal Association, which would indi- este he is a man well informed in his profession, with 25 years experience. If your classes do not fit your, eyes come in and let Dr. Rigdom fit yon from otu stock. Dr. Rigdom is not a peddler bat is a wholesaler of optical goods. We bay goods from him and be fits oar customers free of charge in order to sell as I goods. Yoa still have a farther advantage if the Doctor should glasses the first time correctly, he will make ... , jald not adjust your he first time ©orrectly, he will make regular trips every 90 days and be at our store, of which you will hare doe notice, and you can have your glasses re- absolutely free to yon. Do not neglect this and adjusted don't forget the date. LSON & CO. k' i: Mr. Morrison Coming. >B. Morrison, the famous lecturer of Greenville, , will be in Hereford on Tues- t, April 14th, and will de- famous lec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

THE HEREFORD BRUTO THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION. Everyone Knows When He is Consti- pated and Everyone Should Know the Risk He is Running When He Fails to Promptly Correct it. Any Disease Epidemic or Otherwise to Which He or She May he Exposed is Sure to Result Seriously. There are two ways to remove consti- pation; the wrong way is to drench the bowels with a powerful, griping, drastic cathartic that injures the coating of the bowel channels and produces an early Teturn of the trouble in a more chronic form. The right way is to use a natural, «asy and mild laxative thattonésup and strengthens the bowels and leaves ¿Í healthful influence behind it. Prickly Ash Bitters will empty the bowels just as thoroughly as the harsher cathartics, and combines all the tonic and strength- ening properties necessary to perma- nently cure the habit. Accept no substitute. Insist on having the genuine Prickly Ash Bitters with the B in red on the front label. large figure 8 in Sold Everywhere* Price SI.OO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

1 THE HEREFORD BRAND Entered April 17, 1901, M Mcond-clai mail matter, pott office at Hereford, Texaa, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. anteed a fancy price for all th produce. It is claimed that Texas climate has a special dap- this Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly ik advance FRIDAY, MARCH 31 *905- , ; ; ii In talking with different Illinois and Missouri farmers who have been prospecting in Hereford recently, a number of whom have made pur- chases and will locate here, we were brought into a forceful realization of a fact which had not before deep- ly impressed us. This fact is that one can buy and pay for a farm in the Panhandle with the rent which he pays on his farm at home. This is a feature which can not help but appeal to those who have been bur- dened with heavy taxes for the greater portion of their lives. Here, in the Panhandle, where the toil is unsurpassed in the fertility of pro- ductive powers, where broken health can be restored and where one has but to pra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

' }V TIib MUUSFQftD B&AÜi> 5/W -I H> DRESS Never before in the history of this store have we shown such a handsome line of Spring Dress Goods. Now is the time to buy. Make your selections frbm a complete stock when the opportunities for broad choosing are at their best. Whether you care to make an immediate purchase or not do us the favor to call and inspect the hamdsomest line of Spring Goods ever brought to the city of Hereford. A FEW OF THE, LATEST IN DRESS ' GOODS Silk Plaids, per yard 65c Silk Mulls, per yard 60 to 75c $ig Line of India Silks, per yard 16 2-3c The Latest in Fleurette, per yard.. 30c ChifEon Etamine, per yard r...25c Serpolet, per yard ...... 25c Mercerized Ombrette, per yard 25c Fipe Grecian Voil, per yard ... 15 to 20c Roxane Bastiste, all colors, per yard. 10 to 12c Poplin Mohair, per yard 20c Dre&s Suitings, ranging from.. 10 to 30c White Dress Goods, ranging from!: 15 to 50c The latest in Ladies' Belts, from 35c to $1.00 See our line of Table ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

wm B 1 TR*; a**j *O*J> ... 4 l'.-Jk.im- U -ilI i i-Ji.U'i 4:£M ' .,w - ■■fllKlm&ma , will be surprised to leara that there is such a country as the "PANHANDLE" of Texas where! ate, soil and water are unsurpassed, a rich, rolling prairie where land can be purchased from $4 per acre. I América was discovered the reports of its resources and climate were not credited; it had to be seen to realize its value. The "PANHANDLE" of Texas means to the farmer and stock raiser what America meant to the oppressed and tax-burdened European. When you see this country, the only regret you will have is that you did not locate here sooner. Hereford and Deaf Smith County are almost in the center of this remarkable country. The water in this section is on atv average of about 60 feet from the surface; a well can be drilled and windmill put up for the nominal cost of about $i 25, and when so equipped you have an inexhaustible supply of water for all purposes. Wheat, oats, corn, alfalfa, fruit, tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

G. A. F. PARKER, President J. P. CONNELL, Vice-President F. B. FULLER r.Ai« ROSS W. DAVIS, lot Cashier The Western National Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $7,000.00 This bank is always ready to make small loans. It has never made a bad loan. It has never forced a customer to sacrifice his property to pay up. It confines its business exclusively to banking. No part of its capital is invested in Real Estate except its banking house. The President, Cashier and Assistant Cashier NEVER OWE THE BANK ANYTHING. It solicits the business of all good people, be their accounts large or small. The Man from Milwaukee Talking: About Witherspoon & Gough, OUR RECORD We are making a record as leaders in the Harness and Saddle business. Our store is headquarters for both city and ranch people , when they want anything in the way of fine Saddles and Substantial Harness or Fancy Boots and Shoes. In fact our stock in all departments is complete and we are prepared to satisfy the want...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

'M'^7 PiflBH / ' „; TBI HMJtFOW) BRAID HlllllHIIIIIIIMIIIII ECIAL SALE i Mill' Below we submit for your consideration the greatest aggregation of matchless bargains ever offered to the people of Deaf Smith and adjoining counties. We want your business and propose to sell you cheaper than you can get first-class merchan- dise elsewhere. Please note that we do not quote just a few prices as LEADERS TO MISLEAD YOU, but will give you prices throughout the entire store, which will be effective from MONDAY, APRIL 3rd to SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 8th, 1905. I 111 _TS AND CAPS [•h's, Boy ' and Babies9 Prices from 25c to $8.50. But remem- ber we have them for less. ====== SKIRTS and WAISTS We sell the Famous Banner Brand Skirts and Shirt Waists. Some beautiful patterns just received. Come early be- fore sites are broken. This line is not questioned by any one—given up to be the best. Perfect fitting—prices lowest. MISCELLANEOUS BARGAINS 100 good needles (6 papers) 3. 5c 2 doz. fine pearl buttons...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

o o o © O;! ,. • '.^1 •■D * pnimiiiiis iitin caris JNO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases and de- formities of the mouth. Prices governed by services rendered. Office at Hereford Den- tal Parlors in the Dameron brick building Hereford, Texas Withenpoon & Gough. Eye shields at Smith's Store. 48tf Drug 7tf DR. T. E. PRESLEY specialist • Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Oklakoma Block Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Roswell, New Mexico. WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE notary in office Hereford, - Texas. R. M. TRIMBLE painter and paper hanger work guaranteed Hereford, - Texas. GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. DAVIS & RUSSELL dealers in City, RanclT and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. HARVEY CASH real estate...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 March 1905

Bra Hi'..- •JSXí orna «f froBi ^np8Si fHIOC BAKINQ POWDIR OO. OHIOAOO. News From Olton. J. H. Cowart made a trip to Here- ford last week. G. T. Gallaway make a flying trip to Plainview Saturday. Mr. Light, who purchased the Elkins ranch is doing a lot of fenc- T. F. Brown returned from Can- yon City Thursday with a load of groceries. D. F. Appling passed through our little burg on his way to Hereford last Tuesday. John Bell and his daughter, Mrs. Wicker, were visiting in Hale Center last week. Thc^ Baptist organixed a Sunday school at the school house Saturday, and all are invited to attend. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burrus has been sick for several days but was better the last report. Rev. Winn preached an excellent sermon to a large crowd at the school house Sunday and admin- istered baptism in the afternoon. Holland and James Phillips took a bale of cotton to Heresord to have it ginned last week. This makes the third bale for the Phillips boys last season. Those who ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 April 1905

Vol. 5 . TEXAS, APRIL 7, 19OB No. « be sure to come to hereford, the leading panhandle oty flLJfERY _□ K6INMM6 MDAV. APRIL IDII mmmi 25 yards of Good Cotton Checks, special price .fi*oo One lot of Ladies' 10-cent Vests, special price, each - - 3 x«2c dress goods "Time and Tide Wait for no Man" but it sim- ply must slow down a little for the lady who is try- ing on and making up her mind as to which is the prettiest and most becoming of all that vast number of hats <jn OPENING DAY. Every lady who wishes to add to her natural charm (and who so dead that she does not?) will be delighted with the effect of those same bright, soft colors ^and: effects that made our dear grandmothers so charming in ye long ago. Ladies, come and see what your friends in the cities are wearing, and select for yourselves one equally as handsome and less expensive. Gentlemen, every lady sympathizes with you, be- cause you have to wear old, plain hats, but your welcome will be all the more cordial fof that ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 April 1905

■,Vt v * Kil ® - y- rner Drug Store... . _ W« want oar ltd* ctutomers to remember S that we eury the moat complete line of Toilet Articles la the city. • Don't forget that we are doing our very beat lUllUflS at all times to improve oar prescription depart- _ ment. When you favor us with jour prese rip- 1 tlon work yon can reat assured that you will get exactly what your physician orders iv /1,f- We want to ask our country friends to call on ua UUr V nenas when ia town whether you want anything or not— si we want to meet you and get acquainted. Make appointmenta to meet your friends at our store u it will be «pleasure to us for you to do so. 4 _ ^ I-- 17^ _ We have on hand the latest copyright books by the DQOKSf MLZC moat popular aothori, that we rent or aelL Also handle a complete line of periodical and magazines. , _ your subscription for any publication published. t forget that our Mr. Wicker ia agent for the Oallaa News—both daily and , weeky—and when your aemi-wfekly expires he...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 April 1905

TBS HERITORS BRAID BAOJIEAITH. Worry, Overwork, Hatty Eating, E* cesslve Use of Liquors, Loss of Sloop, Neglect of Nature's Calls. These Bring on the Deadly Bright'* Disease. Thousands Die of It Every Year. Kidney disease is the enemy we have most toxicar as a result of the feverish restlessness of modern civilization. It is a treacherous enemy, working out its deadly effect under coyer of the most trifling symptoms. The first indication of changes in the urine, frequent head- aches, digestive troubles, should be the signal for prompt remedial measures. Prickly Ash Bitters is a kidney remedy of the greatest merit; it is soothing, healing and strengthening, quickly re- lieves the aching or soreness that always appears in advanced stages, checks the - progress of the disease and through its excellent cleansing and regulating effect in the stomach, liver and bowels, it brings back the strength and ruddy glow of vigorous health. Accept po substitute. Insist on having the genuine Prickly...

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