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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

Iin in SHP ¡lis- ias sin Jet' two Ithe of fa- íe- íed Jnty be Ipon Ithis jugs imp In rere libil- hey loth, the [less loth. Iff* ,\*e I voc J. F. Dixoñ of Canyón was in town on business Saturday. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two of 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf J. L. Elbert and son of Quanah were guests at the Hereford House Friday. W. B. Beach returned Wednes- day "from a visit to his parents in Greer county, Okla. Jack Harwell has leased a section of land to the Texas Cattle Raisers Association and the Panhandle Asso- ciation for the pasturing of strays. The Beaumont oil tanks of the Hereford Fuel Oil Company were somewhat demolished by a miniature cyclone which passed over their property Sunday. C. G. Aten, a prosperous ranch- man living about forty miles north- west of town, was a pleasant and appreciated visitor at this office Wednesday and became a paid-up subscriber to The Brand. We understand that the Cumber- land Presbyterian society are soon to erect a church edifice...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE #- BRANJ* The amount of building going on in and around Hereford is sufficient evidence that the town is continuing on its remarkably steady growth. j* We notice several filthy hog pens about the town. The owners.of the same should clean them at once and save themselves and the Health Board trouble. ** Patronize your home merchants in every instance—they deserve it. Is it fair to ask them to subscribe to your various subscriptions and then do your trading elsewhere? The work of erecting the Girls' Home is being rapidly pushed to completion, as is the College itself, judging from the numbea of loads of lumber and stone which .daily pass this office. j* Next week The Brand will pub- lish the gist of Pauline Periwinkle's article in regard to Hereford, which appeared in a recent issue of the Dallas News. Lack of space has prevented its publication heretofore. * , It is with pleasure that we an- nounce the candidacy of J. A. Snow for the office of justice of the peace for Precinct No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

i rií r For a definition of an orthodontist and the mean- s- ing of the word orthodontia Hereford Dental P arlors Dr* W, E, Robertson, Prop. In his Fourth of July speech, Mr. Roosevelt said "Words are good if backed by deeds, and only so." The statement appears to have a strong application to the president's own party in its dealing with the trusts. jt The prospects of a republican congress supporting the president in any effort he may make to secure anti-trust legislation are about as good as—the prospects of Mr. Bryan's supporting Mr. Cleveland for the presidential nomination. Mr. Henry Walters of Baltimore, who recently purchased the Masser- enti art collection jn Rome aiid brought it to this country, thus add- ing a valuable collection to American art treasures, was compelled to pay $90,000 duty by a provision of the Dinglsy liw agains': which Am2ricii artists have long protestéJ% jt The Wisconsin republican plat- form calls for the sharing of the tax burden by every corporation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

m / THE # to Canyon T* Fk McCoraick of Castro county was in town Sunday. ' Dr. W. £. Robertson went to Ama- #rillo yesterday on business, live. Jennie Payne of Miami is the nest of her sister, Mrs. B. H. Sattffc. ♦ W. T. Skipwith oí Castro county wac a gsest at the Hereford House Tuesday. Breed your cows to Troy Wora- ble's fine registered Hereford bull. $3.00 per season. lOtf D. C. Laird left Sunday evening for Taylor, being called there by the death of J. D. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Farris of Johnson county are visiting the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris. Go to W. W. Meeks for watch and jewelry repairing. He also carries a nice stock of watches and jewelry for sale. 13tf Mrs. Frank Harrington and mother of Amarillo were the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis, on Wednesday. A. J. Lipscomb, who has been en- tertaining his mother and sisters for some time past, left Tuesday to ac- company them to their home at Quitman. William Tyler was a pleasan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE # BRAND RUSHING THE WORK. [s |y ie til d In- |m |es ls Int ro ld- :r- lon |d, [ys Iffs lies iy. Led \o The Hereford College and Girl*' Home is Looming to View. Contractor J. P. Snyder informe us that he has fourteen carpenters employed in the erection of the Girls* Home for the Hereford College api Industrial School and that unless something unforseen prevents the work will be finished in ample time for the opening of the same for the admission of students on September 10—the time set by the directors. On the college building there are seven stone masons and eight labor- ers busily engaged in laying the stone as fast as four teamsters can haul the rock, which is being shipped from Roswell, N. M., at the rate of a car load a day. A visit to the campus will convince the reader that Hereford is to have an educational building second to none in point of comfort and stabil- ity, and that it will be amply com- modious can be seen by the follow- ing rough diagram of the ground "floor, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE * BfcAND a Freah bread at the restaurant. Itf W. A. Dougherty was in from his ranch Saturday. Cabes and pies constantly cn hand for the retail trade at the City Cafe. 20tf For Sale~Span of good mules, 8 and 10 years old. Gentle, broke. Apply at Johnson & Ferguson's. 24tf Dr. W. E. Robertson, the pro- prietor of the Hereford Dental Par- lors, has a new display adv in this issue. W. H. Doekray has our thanks for some fine paaches, which were raised at the Doekray Bros, nursery at Tyler. For Sale Reasonable—Some good saddle and work horses. Will trade for cattle. W. E. Hicks, old Tannehill ranch. 2ltf H. James and wife were in from Canyon Monday, being registered at the Hereford House. Mr. James is the proprietor of the James Hotel at that place., With every 5c purchase at Kil- lough & Montgomery's confectionery and tobacco store a ticket is given, 100 of which entitles the holder to a box of Havanette cigars. 24—2t Having purchased the business of C. L. Reynolds I would* i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE # BRAND m lis to be a lb- IQNHL R.M.JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Catarrhal Affections a Specialty, ill tails attended to day or night. Telephone at residence, No. 33. ereford Texas. I C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ■ fN 'Phone No. 82 Office at Gough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas R. H. GOUGH, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON lurgical Cases Solicited. Office in Gough's Drug Store 'es. Phone 20 Ofñce Phone 26 Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next door to Bank lereford .... Texas AUSIC TEACHER. MRS. LEOTI SYPERT CLARK INSTRUCTOR OF IANO AND STRINGED ISTRUMENTS pecial attention given to Voice Culture P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves o. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. o. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. to 00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour ter morning church services and arrival of ain. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. STAGE TO DIMMITT. /. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 1 August 1902

THE BRAND Announcement and Scope of Work Of Hereford College and Industrial «School X THE Hereford College and Industrial School will open for students Septemher 10, 1902, in the new, progressive and beautiful town of Hereford, county seat of Deaf Smith County, Texas, 47 miles southwest of Amarillo, on the Pecos Valley and Northeastern Railroad, a branch of the great Santa Fe System. The location is almost ideal. With an altitude that gives an almost perfect climate, an abundance of pure water and facilities for the most enjoyable and healthful outdoor exercises, added to a highly intellectual and moral community, free from saloons and their attendant vices, guarantees the most help^ ful conditions for student life. The aim of the school is to develop and strengthen all that is noble in the student. Our ideally edu- cated man or woman is strong in body, sound in mind and pure in heart. The Girls' Home, with all the refining and com* forting influences of a well regulated Christian h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

/I ss. Z22772 A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas s z 7T lab. •crlptlon R U* Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 i " .40 1 Copy ,05 in cu-bs or rivE To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad* Ratos 1 i pü-í, 25 c*nt ¡ per inch. N i dis- co .tnts for ti ne or s;> i e. Lo:a! reading no- ticas, lOcentiper 1 :ne, e. ch inser- tion. T2*i:s, c*s:t t:; ADVANCE Address all busi- ness coramunic*- tions and make all remittances pay- able to The Brand jj Hereford. Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of M uch 3, 187' Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, AUGUST 8, 1902 Jl 11 Over the Panhandle Clarendon will soon have a brass band. Donley county citizens arc petition- ing for a prohibition election. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two cf 'em each day. .Isn't that nice? t£ The Bank of Dalhart will soon nationalize with a capital stock cf $150,000. ¡Lipscomb county has $1,215,533 worth of assessable property, an in- cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

sentiment booming. ICoct people would «ay, ««What's the uae of parks out there, when five minutes' walk' in any direction will bring you out on the Plains?" It's because most people think that way to begin with that we haven't parks to burn now. When land is cheap and town blocks can be got for the asking, the short- sighted rest on present necessities; when land can't be gotten at any price, and blocks are full of sky- scrapers, posterity will wonder what their provincial city daddies were thinking about* These Panhandle towns just learning to toddle, and talking with a lisp of the big cities they're going to be, show faith in their purpose right from the first by laying off great, broad streets and reserving liberal space for the parks they're going to need by and by. You can see "future" written all over them. The houses don't huddle right up to each other, as if they never anticipated any nearer neighbors, and everybody doesn' ^ry to live on Main street or next to the square, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

* • * ;** #v THE- # BRAND iter rere lore j the i de- j ibil- i that pro- i [ co ; ood I i e— y port : pen fcre- the 1 I luid land 1 1 the ' 1 how 1 1 to jf lear pey land I I 1 in 1 in Ight lots r ~ lllin Ives Ivel 1 on lac- Ithe 1 as lalo lich litic Ime 1 *n Krn Iful j lias IT Proposed Amendment to the Consti- tution, to be Submitted to Vote oí the People on Tuesday November 4,190a. (S. J. R. No. 3.) JOINT RESOLUTION. Amending Article 6, Section 2, ot the Con- stitution of the State of Texas requiring all persons subject to a poll tax to have paid a poll tax and to hold a receipt for same before they offer to vote at any election in this State, and fixing the time of payment of said tax. Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Article 6, Section 2 of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amended so as to hereafter read as follows: Sec. 2. Every male person subject to none of the foregoing disqualifications, who shall hate attained the age of twen...

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

w. •A*. !-«!■ , GETTIHG ACQUAINTED. Many People Attend the Informal Reception at the M. B. Church. The entertainment at the Metho- dist Church on last Friday night, August 1, proved to be quite a suc- cess for the purpose in vhich it was given, as there were several stran- gers not only among the members of the church, but of other1 churches, who were made to feel at home amctng their old and newly made friends. This was in truth, as well as in name, An Informal Social, as* no one except the committee knew what W6uld come next. First was a sorfg by the choir, then a few minute^' intermission, after which Miss Rose Bratton recited "The Bridge Keeper's Story," followed by another song by the choir and a "wind" solo by Prof. C. E. Strain, which were enjoyed by all. The committee again took charge of the crowd to see that everybody inet everybody else." While the entertainment was something new, every one seemed to have a good time, and enjoyed it to the utmost. Following are the names ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

Jf M 1 THt > BRAND r V 1 ,■ 1 .. ■ .,■ tsxica Interesting Hems From the New Town onthe' Mexico Border The. new railroad is a certainty. TJ'own lots willtsoon be on the marr ket. G. W. Pale and . Joe Killough of Hereford have both secured valuable property here. J. L. Oliver', John'Boss and Rob Harlan went to Hereford^this week for windmills, lumber, etc. Our school house will be com- menced just as soon as the lumber arrives.- Sjveral other buildings aVe contemplated in the near future. E. W. Dyer & Sons, the Hereford and Plainview lumber dealers, have located a branch yard here and will have all kinds of lumber constantly on hand in a few days. Their suc- cess is assured. Jessie Wallace, who lives .near town, had an accident Friday which came near causing the loss of the sight of both eyes. Ia loading his gun a cartridge prematurely ex- ploded, the powder ^seriously burn- ing his face and eyes.> . Aaroíí. Released From Its Sufferings. Once more it Ik our painful duty , to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

- TMC # BRAND Notes and Comments Anyone wishing copies of the prospectus of the Hereford College and Industrial School can obtain the «ame from this office or at the office of the Hereford Land and Abstract Company, . - j* .Another fine rain fell Tuesday night. The rains in this section are getting so frequent that the chron- icling of the fact that it did not rain would be of more news to the people than the fact that it did. * New York state was recently vis- jted by a property and life destruct- ing flood. We would advise those suffering citizens to emigrate to the Panhandle of Texas where neither crops nor life a"re lost by the ele- ments. * ame your premises free from disease dealing menaces? }t not, clean up at once. Ünless the citi- zens co-operate with the Health Board at once in this matter we shall advocate incorporation and will keep on advocating until we get it. Ws are in receipt of a Texas State Fair button advertising that . the great event will take place in Dallas S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

THE # BRAND . H For a definition of an orthodontist and the mean- ing of the word orthodontia Hereford Dental Parlors Dr. W. E. Robertson, Prop, V If the alleged high price of Amer- ican labor necessitated charging ^higher prices for American manufac- tures it would be impossible for American manufacturers to undersell their competitors in foreign markets. ji Those persons who are clamoring for more severe punishment for General Smith are excessive. Hit forcible retirement amounts practi- cally to a fine of $2,750 aside from the disgrace and, after all, General Smith knew he was simply carrying out the wishes of his superiors. j* It has been a saying in England that an American would patent «'anything from a holt in the ground to a bag of wind." The statement has been proved half correct, lor an American has received a patent for a hole in the ground to be used in playing golf, which expert! pro- nounce a great improvement over the English form of hole. The eheriff of a Georgia coun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

«4. <9* \ HT *-* ' I'rash • m ntc .« o at the rTstaur&nt. ltf W*f?. Phillips óí Amarillo was in ■tovn^is wwk attending court. ^ . X 0 your coys to Troy Wom- registered Hereford bull. $3 odjier season. lOtf A. P. Murchison m W. B. Boyd Ms*and Mrs. B. T. Bell of Castro -coup# were in the city on Wednes- day Waiting their son, Allen. - 1 ■ 1 1 ■' ■ - Atchison, a prospector fronv^Kaufman county, is in this city looking for land investments. *■*■* . - We make a specialty of. views of your •resident or ranch properties. Higginbotham Bros.' Tent Gal- , - " ■ ■ , V >- oc it lery.. ' ?o-2t T.jj$. Rice of Frost, "who is visit-* ing his son, Leonard, who resides near the Dawn switch, was in town Wednesday. * < 7~7- Go,,fco W. W. Meeks for watch and féwelry repairing. , He also carries a nice stock of watches and jeweky for 'Sale. ; ]£. 13tf ■'"/ ' U"*J" \ — , ...... . C.W. Snyder of Albany, who is intenjfted .in the cattle business at .Lubljiftck .v/ith J. T. "Goosbyt was in town-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

THE. # BRAND ft i TO BUILD A BRICK. m ra : aÉí htí p# not 3 the á aw k'riat )a§§, ■# [iajis se of idle II Galbreath, Fox & Co. Have Given the Contract for a Brick Block. On Tuesday Contractor J. P. Snyder was given the contract for erecting a brick business block for Galbeath, Fox & Co., on their lot recently purchased of Smith, Walker & Co.,- situated on Dewey avenue between the latter's banking house and the Hereford Mercantile block. The block will be 26x70 feet in dimensions and will have fourteen foot ceilings, and when finished will be occupied by this enterprising firm as a horne for their dry goods busi- ness. This firm has been seriously handi> capped for some time on account of not having suitable quarters for their immense business and they have wisely come to the conclusion that the only way to obtain them is to build, and they are to be com- mended for' thtir progressiveness in building of brick—a guarantee of -substantiability and of their purpose to rem...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

/ Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf R. V. Cates was in from Slay ton ranch Saturday. the Wanted—Boarders by Burns. Rates reasonable. Mrs 24tf. Robert Hodges, a prospector from Denton county, is here with a view of locating. — A chance to get a home. See Connell & Roberts' advertisement in another coumn. 23-tf County court has been in session for the past week, quite a number of minor cases being disposed of. For Sale—Span of good mules, 8 and 10 years old. Gentle, broke. Apply at Johnson & Ferguson's. 24tf J. W. Moreman, the well known North Draw stock farmer, was in town Friday and Monday on busi- ness. Why pay so much for fruit trees when you can obtain them so much cheaper from the Hereford or Aus- tin nurseries? 23-2tp Mrs. A. P. Ball of Cleburne is visiting her son, R. L. Ball, for a few days, being on her way to visit friends in Denver, Colo. W. A. Hubbard of Vernon, but who owns considerable land in Cas- tro county, came in Friday to look after his interests in this ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

THE # BRAND II >nery, ] 9t£ ras a ^y- is the L. It c |j I. | He >und. 10tf IÍ lty is visit >r ice lee 14tf re just I Loose bon 24—2t land &ver to -Ama- bas in to the and i ew of t Kil- onery iven, r to a 24-2Í >wn Ipleas- lf the jy re-' The ad- from ration' llanco. 527.se: Jhnson 24t ly as-j Ltiona [rents ¡jay-' L°n 0 rz, CI £> nrann m. R. M. JOHNSON, M.D. physician and surgeon Catarrhal Affections a Specialty. All calls attended to day or night. Telephony at residence, No. 33. Hereford Texas. C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician and surgeon 'Phone 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 Oiuce Phone 26 Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford - Texas MUSIC TEACHER.,,. MRS. LEOTI SYPERT CLARK instructor of PIANO AND STRINGED ISTRUMENTS Special attention given to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 8 August 1902

THE- # BRAND {concluded from second page] never healed. Shear across. Deaf Smith and Randall counties runs the great sjam—they call it a can- yon—and ever-flowing springs re- leased by the shock make of it a river at times and places, and elsewhere, and then fills it with deep,, clear pools. It ccrtainly comes as a surprise to drive across the monotonously flat praire and suddenly come within one of tumbling down a crack in the earth fifty feet deep, but so narrow that the eye had swept over it to the same dead level beyond. The ir- regular cliffs that - mark its course are chalky in substance and white- ness near its southern limit, which gives to the stream in the region of Hereford the name of "Tierra Blanco." Its northern extremity, between Canyon City and Amarillo, is called "Palo Duro." But the poetic nomenclature of the origi- nal inhabitant or Mexican invader 'will not do for the refined Anglo- Saxon. Through a sift in the cliffs the pretty little streams seek the valley and...

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