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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

lie it- w. Vot Le- ise fes tet it rs. dy .25 lop- lme rom on' I Wo [red all lall IXAS R iddle A !|y WeeKly Paper Devoted l&A to the VA Interest ).§ of the Pan- Handle of Texas R«u* Per Year $1.S0 6*Montbt .7% 3 " .40 1 Copy .OS is clubs or rive To fi e different addresses, $5.00 Ad. vartlilná Rat«a I i-play, 25 cents per inch. No dis- co jnls for time or Sp.lCi. Lo : l rcviing no- tices, 10 cents per l¿ne, each inser- tion. t ms, cash in ADVANCE Address aJi busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Th® Brand Hereford, Trxaa Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post offlcc at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS. AUGUST 15. 1902 A 11 Over the Panhandle )l0. A Christian church has been or- ganized at Dalhart. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two of 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf John Pipes, editor of the Amarillo Record, died Wednesday morning, August 6th. The Childress National Bank will soon commence t...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

THE BRAND " tarto Mfc(*)v. Wt Mvtr Have ^ touch & broom ^ >üetd let the w«ep for The #fties are not especially sleio*nV although not many of • v ottoget or tents have screens. ' v ithitanding. some young ladies ' aid to have complained that the : prevented their sleeping in the iving. Whereupon, the manager, •: vs-a wit and delightful gentleman, « jounced in the auditorium that he Wt .ordered a car load of fans, so •ha' if the young ladies would leave ibc;r names at the office, relief wou)d be forthcoming in the shape of fans and young men to wield them. Khowing ^woman's nature—and hero you will find the greater major- ity to be of that sex—you will not he surprised at our dwelling upon the soft side of life; bilt wc have the >?tern realities here also, though nqe may ignore them if he wishes or 'urn them into amusement. I refer to the delightful courses of study :'-jperintended by the best teachers in the different lin.?s. Do you wish to prepare for a teacher's examina- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

Is in this his M. íer's ICOIT- iope lends ;s o£ stor- sical íree- rses, Ibout r Ibest but iMr. ipon Icess ^ish "HE |Mr. liles jlar In a lean ced. Mtf e, lea* 'M ■ ft1"- ', v .. % k ■\c* 'Wm N|V'Vi ■" i an ir m £1 IK •"* # BRAND Proposed Amendment to the Consti- tution, to be Submitted to Vote of the People on Tuesday November 4, 1902. (S. J. R. No. 3.) JOINT RESOLUTION. Amending Article 6, Section 2, of 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. Bi 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 «hall have attained the age of twenty-one years and who shall be a citizen of the Un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

Fresh bread at the restaurant. HI Charles Nance of Dallas county Is prospecting in town. '•* Guitars, banjos, violins, and mandolins at Gough's drug store. Prices right. 2Stf R. N. Mounts was in this week attending to his duties as a member of the commissioner's court. We make a specialty of views of your resident or ranch properties. Higginbotham Bros.' Tent Gal- lery. 2S-2t Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson of Dodson, N. M., are the guests of their children, Dr. and Mrs W. R. Robertson. J. A. Slaton of Dimmitt paid a visit to the Deaf Smith county seat Friday being registered at the Here- ford House. Go to W. W. Meeks for watch and jewelry repairing. He also carries a nice stock of watches and jewelry for sale. 13tf J. J. Coffman, a wealthy cattle breeder of Rushville, Ind., came in Monday to pay a visit to the Slaugh- ter cattle ih this ssetion. Students wishing to buy stringed instruments will save money by pur- chasing them from their local dealer—Gough's drug store. 25tf Mr. and Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

FROM TEXICO. ies- íme Lth. pn, Of in led. [rs, rna left. jdi- |7th )00 this |job ist, o£ lnq iay >g- :ed lent ine in rill |ing tre late 111 T* Interesting Items From the New Town 01 the Mexico Border. Town lots are in demand. Mrs. Q. W. Taylor went to Por- tales today. Good cedar posts are selling on the streets here for $15 per hundred. Chas. Oliver and W. H. Palmer started to the timber lands this morning. Jessie Wallace, who got so badly powder burned two week^ ago, is convalescing. T. C. Hunt, Geo. Praboscoe and A. Ragsdale made a business trip to Portales today. We had another good rain Sunday night which almost insures good crops for this section. Will Wombie has located here and is prepared to do any kind of dray or passenger work. . Our petition for a postoffice has been granted and we hope soon to .•see our postmaster installed in office. M. O. Meeks, formerly of Here- ford, has started a restaurant here, ■which is .something we have been very much in need of. T. C. Hunt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

THE # BRAND Notes and Comments Another ñas rain Sunday night, j« Prospectors aro numerous in Hereford now-a-days. J By the way, how about Hereford's celebration? A date should be set ánd the affair announced in time to have a good crowd present. * Let the citizens establish for Hereford a reputation for cleanli- lisss and there will be no trouble in building our city wi,th a surety of substantxability. jt Our citizens should plant trees this fall with a vengea**ce.. _ Nothing enhances the vaiue of property and beautifies the same as a goodly num. be'r of fruit and shade trees, .* It is conceded by every citizen of Hereford that The Branq is the •nly newspaper published which is for Hereford—-first, last and always. Support the paper which supports your town* ^Vith a $15,000 college building, a $5,000 dormitory, a fine brick business block and houses galore contemplated or in the process of erection, it can be truly said that Hereford is the most progressive aud enterprising city in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

TUS # BRAND FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS t For the purpose of getting my metal plates more fully intro- duced we will give our patrons the benefit of a very low price on sets of teeth. Gold plates full - $65.00 Swaged plates full Cast Aluminum plates Celluloid " " fulll - 17.50 Rubber " " $15.00 15.00 10.00 Have ordered and will have in stock a big stock of teeth to select from and by buying in quantities have gotten them at a low figure. HEREFORD DENTAL PARLORS W. E. ROBERTSON, Proprietor t&i m 14 PUT m ma. m" t?9" tC-V" fenu ■p; s*< Mr m t"5' Mi m ■: I"1 r, The Standard Oil Company denies that Rockefeller, Rothschild and Nobel, heads of the three monster oil interests of the world, have en- tered into a working agreement to control the world's supply. jt • A comparison of the wages of different countries without data as to the productive capacity of the work- man tells nothing. No man could afford to pay the printer who set 3.000 ems per day as much as the man who set 10,000. j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

< -"V.; • - -sr.- r-% • ' «--• - - « Castro Coaatv ( Jtoyally Yntardiy. As had fcean previously announced. in thia paper, the eitixens of Castro county selected Thursday, August 14, m the date on whi?h they would hold their annuel picnic and bar- becue. and entertain their friends from the neighboring counties. Perhaps never before in the his- tory of Castro county were there so many people assembled in the county seat as were present on that date, as there were probably between four iind five hundred people present, each trying to oct-do the other in the matter of showing hospitality. Nature put on her sweetest smiles and the gentle zephyrs which wafted through the atmosphere prevented the guests from feeling uncomfort- ably warm. Right here we want to say that we never saw finer crops or^a better looking country than that which we passed through on our way to Castro's county seat. They have had timely and copious rains all through the season and the citizens were in an excellen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

TUB # BRAND )n- im- rith in- tie, lid )n- |sc, Eul Ihe \2, Ihe lof u, id |n- |h, an H. A. Everetts of Hill county is among the prospectors. in town.. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two of 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf ... — —.. I A. J. Cot and family of Stephens county are visiting at the home of his brother, J. C. Cox. If you are not a regular customer and want ice, watch for the wagon. Delivery from 7 to 10 a. m. lOtf The ladies of the Methodist church will give an ice cream supper at the court house Friday, August 22. Everybody invited. Higginbotham Bros., the photo- graphers in the tent next to the Hay building, make a specialty of novel- ties in the picture line. Call and see them. All work guaranteed. 25-2t Henry S. Bishop of Armstrong county and a candidate for the office of district attorney for the 47th ju- dicial district, was in town Wednes- day en route to the Dimmitt celebra- tion. Died—The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. L. Loughlin, formerly of this place, but now r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

THE # BRAND ^ Freeh bread at the restaurant. It! R. Collins was in from his ranch Monday on business. Wanted—Boarders by Mrs Burns. Rates reasonable. 24tf. Wanted—Plain and fancy sewing and dressmaking. Miss Ella Hodges. 20-tf J. H. Yates of Portales, N. M., was a guest at the Hereford House Saturday. J. E. Rhea and wife of Boviva wera guests in town during the first part of the week. For Sale—Span of good mules, 8 and 10 years old. Gentle, broke. Apply at Johnson & Ferguson's. 24tf + J. W. Rhea, of the well known Bovina cattle firm of Rhea Bros., was in town the first part of the week on business. G. A. F. Parker returned Mon- day from a business trip to Pan- handle, being accompanied by his mother, who will remain here for a visit. For Sale—At a bargain—the wagon and harness at the Photo tent, All of the outfit is new. Call and see it. Kigginbotham Bros., Hereford, Texas. 25tf B. T. Beli of Dimmitt was in town over Sunday. Before return- ing he paid this office a visit and had...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

T!íl 0 BRAND for iday the the Dunty roper 13tf :e a his sub- ps for íself l-law, your at Ichool No. 25 tf fyle's ;sday id in fluid the [Is, is ¡rrites |at he l-ents. |le, a B. in- >n to tford. prip- ihool >1 at the Hatter who de- >liege tesent Imuch her ar- lst. N Istinc- rf in FWraillL SBBS. 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 '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 Office Phone 26 Hereford, [Texas WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNZYS-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 Spccial attention given to Voice Culture POSTOFFICE HOURS General deliver...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 15 August 1902

THE # BMND AN HONEST CONFESSION. The Searchlight is Being Operated in the Interests of Texico, But Depends upon Hereford for Its Support. Editor Stocks comments on The Brand's artjcle relating to the ab- surdity of the statement that Texico is destined to become * the "largest and best town between Amarillo and Roswell," as follows: The above is the first installment of some advertising that we are now getting free through The Brand. The statement that we "filed upon a homestead of 160 acres" of land jn the abstract is a misrepresenta- tion—though we grant it was unin- tentional—caused oply from a lack of knowledge of, the situation at .Texico. And then, too, some news- paper men must exhaust like a cot- ton compress, at regular intervals. He says : "And what makes it more absurd is the fact that a man in the newspaper business in Hereford would make such a statement in his paper." Now we want to say just here that being in the newspaper business doesn't keep us from speak- ing our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

: mms&rn V1'.. .' : fiftf V - feiSlflilMw 'I :, ■ -''•, ,X' ...', :isa; fence, school $4,000, pply at or at 26tf awhile the at- edited, ind not raake- jecause |t givea 't get lause it news. reekly $2.25 |y stop- )f time >ery ts from 5wn on We Slivered row all small lERY TEXAS ER iddla , Colo. Í1É t: Ú to tk of the □7 & S *1 :fc ) Pan • d;' M*- l exas lub< urlpllon Perí&r $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy ' .05 in ci.uns or me T> five diftV*nt addresses, $5.00 Art- v irtioinii Kdteo i- i !.iv, 25 c 'Uta pr r inch. No co in*,s fartima or I riding ru 0 '"ills pe ,-h iflsn 1' h «.-• 15 r ft ti Entered Anril 17, 1902. as sccond-class mail matter, post oUce at Herefoio, Texas, A< t of (' n¡ ( is Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, AUGUST 22, Í002 N !' All Over the Panhandle Beginning July 1st, there'll be two of 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf Hon. R. W. Hall, the well known humorist and attorney, is very ill at his home at Vernon. John Lindley, the cowboy who van shot by Ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

é# !'-v# THE BRAND MBBTQTGS CLOSED. Rev. Vetee? Johnson Brougfct Hie Revival Services te a Clone Wednesday Wight. We are fiad to state that the ser* vices at the Christian church tent have been the means of bringing many to the side of right and have caused many more to at least do some serious thinking in the matter of vhere they will spend eternity. ' * That the people of Hereford, whether members of any church or not, have fcccn greatly benefited by Mr. John- son's interpretation of the scripture cannot be gainsayed, or that the cause of Christianity has not been augmented by the addition of many ■who were hitherto on the wrong side or at least remained neutral—though' Rev. Johnson maintains that the latter condition is an impossibility. Mr. Johnson's sermons have all been delivered in a forceful and able manner, presenting his argu- ments in such a way that no one with even the least intelligence on the subject can help but admit the truth of his statements, and he con- verts hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

* ' , *'¡ - • ' .... " -s-•'« '*■ SSsK THE # BRAND a i i Herc- Hay. laddie Colo. te, Mea- rutan toe red Proposed Amendment to the Consti- tution, to be Submitted to Vote of the People on Tuesday November 4, 1902. (S. J. R. No. 3.) JOINT RESOLUTION. Amending Article 6, Section 2, of the Con- stitution of the State uf Texas requiring ail persons subject to a poll tax to have paid a poll táx and to hold a receipt for same before they offer to vot-3 at any election in this State, and fixing the time of payment of said tax. Ei i¡ Resolved by the Legislature of the Stale 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 have attained the age of twenty-one years and who shall be a citizen of the United States, and who shall have resided in this State one vear next preceding an election and the list six months within th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

Advertise in The Brand. ' R. L. Patterson, of Enlce is a a health-seelcing prospector in tQwn. Charles Girdner was in from his ranch Monday, being a guest of Landlord Roberts. N. E. Hord was in from hi.s North .Praw ranch Wednesday on husiness. Hi says everything is flourishing in his neighborhood. See Harriet Beecher Stowe's great &tory, ''Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life Among the Lowly," portrayed by Dobbins Bros., next Tuesday night, We have secured at last the agency for the genuine pure baking powder named Perfect and ask you to use it. Co. Hereford Mercantile 17 -1.31 F. K. Campbell of Waxahachic was a pleasant caller at this office yesterday. He is thinking of mov- ing to Hereford, already owning considerable property hereabouts. Mrs. R. H. Gough and sister, Mrs. J. F. Raley, visited last week at the homes of their sister, Mrs. A,. £>. Kendrick, and their brother, J. W. Moreman, both of whom reside on the North Draw, We guarantee all our work and charge reasonable prices fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

n busi lak Cliff | tour of WecU land is health, 1? Dm his ]iy and Ito The |opy to E. C. which been j-s. M. [onday Mrs, rrand- re- Wichita r, who left juying ite, as [e real Is seri- iHere- |n vis- laugh- V the >r his | much, it is heres ?lumr* it is two :Kin- >eing |to J. in- Samuel Wetzel was in town Monday. -v Pasturage for horses at $1.00 per month. L. Gough. 23tf L. Merritt of Castro county was in town Monday on business. J. A. Stegall was among the Dimmitt citizens to visit this city on Monday. Take your fresh eggs to the Here- ford restaurant and receive the highest cash prices. 14tf Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moreman and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Raley left Tuesday for a visit to Roswell, N. M. For Sale Cheap—A • second-hand McCormick broadcast binder. Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Com- pany. 25tf Miss Lottie Hill of Dimmitt was a pleasant caller in town Wednesday. She was aocompanied by her sister, Miss Annie. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Davis, a girl, Monday, August 18. Both mother and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

* THE # BRAND V The ^ Brand A WceKly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Panhandle Country of Texas FRANK L . VAW-DER BURGH Editor ui-cl Publisher "an c AND still Hereford, continues to prow—so does the The Brand's subscription "list. Have you been attending the meetings at the Christian church tent? And have you profited thereby? Have you noticed how the trees in the court house square arc thriv- ing since the county commissioners provided water for irrigation pur- pones? "Why didn't i buy land when 1 first came her¿?"* A remark often heard on our streets of late. Brother, the opportunity for investment in lands in and around Hereford is as great now as it ever was—it takes a little more cash, however. Have you made up your mind to plant a large acreage of trees this till? If not, you had better se- riously consider the proposition. If you do the latter there is no doubt but that in a few years' tim2 yours will be a place of beatity. Have you visited the college grounds of late...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

/ * ■ ia t vz- ie I i ■ ID Ito ie • lii) lis >g [r- 161 In- I Li.; 111. ii lo- ts in THE * BRAND > fiRE * - ' **;"* • «•¡ T w I ':v - FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS For the purpose oí getting iny metal plates more fully u-: cc duced we will give our patrons the benefit of a very low •' on sets of teeth, 2 SB > < Scist*® 5* ^9 •• •• ' ****•• '' V'V« V. Gold plates full -- $65,00 Cast Aluminum plates fulll - - - Í 7 *50 o Celluloid n * t Rubber , r 11 J " M 1 icS i'Uil - 4) I u u 15 i* ii i i - JO 3-; «SÍ f: SÉ sí «fe- r- 5 •; ®c ill® !jrp •:J£ 55 Have ordered and will have in stock a ' big stock of teeth to select from and buying in quantities have gotten them at a low figure "A jm & ¡&B "jtei _SJS IS .TMs.irxjtz:-.- ■jtT^aaaoicMK^.xJr'iw.Birgiiafcit^T ív^netducí—- DENTAL W. E, ROBERTSON, Proprietor 3 : •marrjt •ver siauar : n-'war v. auras.- <a«j > m.. // i/ A" eSB3ñe5S.^.5j3SS1SJS8 3 :t§Ü B^,i|í fiísasíljl3jí«8¿jí Sf «£ 5¡U l£J . 2£ GÍ3 ^ SSI «str BSL' r'\>T ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 22 August 1902

•Si/ THE # BRAND Why Utow 0* Rids. After a food deal of Mtody and worry we have it U*t jlgured out why m> many ©otttrtrjr «dito get rich H«r« ia lbs itcrti cf their A chítd i bora in the neighbor- hood; the attending physican get SIO j the editor gives the loud-luftged youngster and the "happy parent*" a sendoff and gets $0. It is chrb- tened i the minister gets $5 and the editor gets $00. It grows up and marries; the editor publishes another Jong-winded flowery article and tella a dozen lies about the "beautiful and accomplished" bride. The minister gets $10 and a piece of cake and the editor gets $000. In course of time it dies; the doctor £Cts from $5 to $100; the minister perhaps gets another $5, the under- take* gets $25 to $50 ; the editor publishes a notice of the death and an obituary two columns long, lodge and society resolutions, a lot of poetry and a free card of thanks, and gets $0000. No wonder so many country editors get rich.—San Angelo Standard. I'm Coming Too. F...

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