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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 May 1905

SHRíSaS M$M «es wM&z *•■3 l$lflí¡ JPii Sfe i M'i * wlftV THK DRD BRAND , is no trifling matter. On the skill of yonr doctor and I the purity of the medicines he prescribes frequently depend the ' question of life and death. When the physician writes a íption for a certain combination of drugs, it makes a great of difference how the prescription is filled. We pride our- selves on our prescription work. We first study the prescription until we understand itf purpose thoroughly. We weigh or mensure each ingredient carefully, using the proper quantities of each and exactly what the prescription calls for. We then ♦air* great pains in compounding them so that the medicine when completed will be just what the doctor intended. It is worth re- membering these facts when somebody in your house is sick and vou are very anxious to have the medicine do all the good it can. ing your prescriptions to us, we have the stock and experience to compound them correctly. in an& try our Fountain ...

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 — 26 May 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood, thin blood, de- bility, nervousness, exhaus- tion, you should begin at once with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life. Your doctor knows it,too. Askhimaboutit. Ton nut look well after the oondltl<m of your liver end bowel . UnleM there 1* daily action of the boweli, poUonou product are absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nan- A ^Sb5SsF*B vers HAIR VRML AOUB CURE. CHERRY PBCTORAL. P an h an^l e News | Training Children. "The thing that is rather distres- sing to me to see is that sometimes the men and women who have done well in life show a curious inability to train their own children in a way that , has resulted successfully to them. I think that all of us know people who, because they have worked hard and triumphed, feel that somehow or other they will spare their children. They will foolishly spare their children the ac- quisition ot the very qunalities which have made the par...

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 — 26 May 1905

BRAND tow April 17,1901 part office at of Marc Texas. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE MAY 36, The rain of last Friday night saved the wheat and oats which were beginning to dry up. The vegetable and feed crops will do better since the rain. Saturday was one of the busiest days that we have had in town for some time. The streets were crowded with people who could not work in the fields because of the rain. The grass in was never better at this and cattle are looking : of all kinds are in fine [alfalfa is it ready Satur- a shower good en due health g up of I to be nobody's bus* . it is worth each while to make it his own to look after his own, his families, and' his neighbor's health. Clean up. Clean the closets. Burn the trash. Throw the slops far from the house. We must have a healthy town. Clean -Up' The Presbyterian General Assem- bly in session this week at Winona Lake, Ind., unanimously voted to reunite with the Cumberland church. The hopes for human unity ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 May 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND G. A. F. PARKER, President J. P. CONN ELL, Vice-President F. B. FULLER Ct Mm ROSS V. DAVIS Assistant Cashiei 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. # tonsorial parlors - The liberal patronage which 1re are enjoying can be ac- couted for from the fact that we keep only experienced men. Our specialties are an easy shave, a neat hair cut and clean bath. Give us a Wal. L R. Bassham FZ3 A * V IIAUV11. t of Dimmitt. A bargain is sold at once. G F. KERR Qui Estate and Live Stock DIMMITT. TEXAS GamMe General Transf...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 May 1905

has won its It aida any tendency toward pneumonia. Price 25c, Larfe Sisa 5&C. € For T. M. COULSON & CO. Miss Dameron Entertains. The social function given by Miss Mina Dameron in honor of her friend^ W. T. Wilson, was a Gone to fleet. Hosts of friends and brethren in the Southwest will be saddened to learn of the sudden death at Here- ford, on last Monday, the 22nd inst. at nine a. m., of Singing Evangelist R. S. Coward. Mr. Coward was a gospel singer of wide reputation and of great influence through bis work Some of the songs written by him- self are already household treasures among the people, although he was et a young man at the time of his iome-going. For twelve years he has sung the Gospel with great power, and many a redeemed soul will honor the sainted one who was the blessed means of bringing him to the Savior. Bro. Coward was born in Franklin county, Mississippi, June 6th, 1865, and came to Texas at the age of seventeen years. He graduated at Baylor University. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 May 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND Professional t Business cms JWO. P. SLATON * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office in Western National Bank. Hereford, Texas. W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases «nd de- formities of the mouth. Prices governed by services rendered. Office at Hereford Den- tal Parlors in the Dameron brick building Hereford, Texas 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, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. HARVEY CASH real estate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. . Dimmitt, Texas S. J. DODSON, LL. M. Law and Collections ' Office with Graves & Elliston Hereford, - Texas BARtfON & MI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 26 May 1905

W :\:r THE HEREFORD BRAND ¡91 Wmkmá CLEO COMMUNITY. _jg I if1MR ^np08i PR IOC BAKIMQ POWOBR OO. OHIOAOO. Amarillo Lost Out. The Hereford Ball Team accepted llenge from the Clarendon boya to play two games of Aftej at"Amarillo the returned home e to come the first of i was a victory for one score. Many errors were recorded against both sides, but the ones made by the hope term cost the most. Chesher pitched a good game but had bad support. The score was six to five. Hereford battery, Chesher and Clark; Amarillo battery, Harris and Reynolds. tu Tuesday's game was a sore defeat for the visitors. It looked like a shut-out and was so until the the sixth inning when by an error made by Clark they run in a score; then by a hit, and an error on the part of one of the home boys, the visitors scratched' in another run. These were the only runs the visitors got as the next three innings were three up and three out. Wetsel pitched second game and had fine support. Special work done by the infie...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

ae/m vi Vol. THE PANHANDLE WAS NEVER IN A MORE PROSPEROUS CO HMUtb Util* m ■m The time to prepare for war is in time of peace. Economy is a sure road to suc- cess. When you can buy as good or better cultivator as there is in the city for $30 why pay $35? Our implements aré all for sale.at yoyr owij Dricé and not "lentto be worth. Price our sroods; buyt t' word of TT-v* m iwiw ^rwmm ^ issourian; let us show you. rasa í M D T M'Y .A FmM .. fnVf&JM SOCIETY DOINGS. Young People of Hereford Spend a Week of Unexcelled Enjoy- ment. The little city of Hereford has been very active in social circles for the past ten days. Picnics, dinner- parties, croquet parties and other social gatherings have followed each other in rapid succession. On Sunday, May 28, in a qtiiet way and in keeping with the sanc- Miss Mae Gamble " — " titypf the da entertained -¡pJWijft P"*IBiher r 0* her lady friends ih honor o£ Miss Alma Bates, one of the popular teachers of Hereford the past two years, who was soon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

I■ up ■ t;k ,• gjsmtsaggst i of life and death. When the physician writes a P I ®led. we prwe eur- i on enr prescription work. We first study the prescription its parpóse thoroughly. We at carefully, using the peeper Rt the axescription calls for. _¿ them so that the what Hie doctor intended. It is worth re- j when somebody in ytfir bouse is akk and i to have the medicine do all the good it can. I your prescriptions to us, we hare the stock and experience to compound them correctly. in and try our FouSaCmnks, Imported tee Cream, feel confident will please you. Sloan Simpson left for Dallas Sun- T. J. Penlston came in from Fort Worth last Sunday. There is a lull in shipping now, but it will begin soon. W. E. and Ewing Halsell were here Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Cox and two little children of Plainview are visiting here. Up to date over 600 cars of cattle have been shipped from Bovina this season. P. J. Mersfielder and wife have moved back to their place in New Mexico. J. D. Hamlin and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

on the lifter- reached Ama- Hereford 15th level stre barrenness rill oft The towns bet ¡en thii r o* College. By eight- the appointed k time k , -Jjsjit ggjKR hou e was entirely filled andwtth an auc nce that seemed to appreciate the p)endid efforts of the two rep- res itatives of eách school to handle abject, "Resolved, That the reynt method of choosing United is Senators is superior to that by lar voté." ' [though the debaters were fjbry ¡ful in appearance, they were •me on the platform and their was splendid and to the point, e of . the honored judges, it was indeed to contribute my third e all important decision, for not ed in producing a well pre- argument filled with fine the vate was declared unan- imous for Clarendon, visiting . .. ..J™**m stage and shouldered aloft their victorious representatives. The memory of this debate will be re- tained many "¿ear* by those who heard it and will prove of life-long value to the debaters, both victors and defeated, for 'twas a magnifi- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

■ I, President ; o Price $L00 per Year W ADVANCE FJLIDAY, JUME WE wish again to remind our of the splendid work which done for the Panhandle College by the Christian of Texas. At the recent annual convention held at Waco, as was announced in our last issue, $30,000 were raised in one day I s, a proportional part of be applied to the betti ment of the College at this plsu ; the verf best evidence that Beers of the school are deter- 1 to build at Hereford an insti- i of learning which will stand effort and the jipp 1fiah is visiting her of Happy, . _ *lt&* projector , storm in the [hborhoods and gar- ruined their ,„w,_. come to writer, he looks much pleasure to the T_ .he Panhandle Christian will be a power for good ilit the Panhandle country. time comes,'will it not be gratifying for you to realize that you part in the great work ig the institution to such á 8tatc?. The farmers of north and Central Texas are certainly undergoing a a trying ordeal this year in their endeavors to p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

w; iwPiwn v.* A. J. Hugh* rom hi. Casti rtsJkfc S5ST F. J. P. CONNELL, Vice-Prcaldent ROSS ▼.'DA IVB, ant Cuhlar The Western National Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $7,000.00 This bank is always ready to máke 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 smalli hes came up i Castro county ranch I crops in a^Mi*_ in his community. The at and oat crops are especially well. the n j extreme. -The fleets Straits and tw x vessels were sunk met in nty-two and a jt W. PockrtU)! Itomltt passed nuabe, of mea ttkeo prisoners, tkrough Hereford Monday on hi. were taken prisoners on the sinking of Rojestvensky's flagship, the way to J. P. Can's ran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

. • him C*™™ Pectoral. Tell him ired your hard cough, why you always keep w the house. Tell him to i ... his doctor about it. Doc- tors use a great deal of It for I throat and lung troubles. terrible cold and eonah nd imonlH. 1 tried *■ I -v It and «M h pneumonia. I <jrled Ajer'e "-HWÍA E-WaiTMA ,8IO«l ) SAlSAPAJBUA. Arney Dots Our grasa is fine and cattle are doing well. Since I began writing this, it has rained a good rain. . some, sickness in this - ip the way of la grippe. City is d Mrs. a little in this moth* ___ looks as if it will begin rain- in an hour or so. B. Storm and W. D. Robinson are giving cotton another trial/ Storm having fifty acrei planted and Robinson forty acres. W. D. R. Our New Flour. We have just received a car load of the celebrated "Peace Maker" and "Gold Medal" flours and ask the public to call and examina these brands and get our prices. Every sack of these two brands is guar- — to be the very best the rket affords. J. A. Johnson, lOtf The Leading Gro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

w WPIFORD BRAND J f!" . IS ü¡ ■ See those Roclof baté at My rick's. Wall Paper—£. B. Black. Stot#! Uh{ the place ^ * * 16t£ of in and aroun " e week. business visit Tb* A Mytick's for Iter , our estimable poit ent some time in Tezico ■ a.bttsiness. Geo. ,W. Eagle came down from Canyon Tuesday and spent several .days with home folki. John E. Day, who ranches in the north part of the county, came in Monday after supplies. Mr. and Mri. Ralph H. Barnett returned Sunday from a two-weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Whitesboro. Mrs. W. J. Rogers returned Saturday from Canyon .in company with her daughter, whom she has bteo vititin£— ■ J. T. Bristow left Monday of this week for Peurto, New Mexico, *here he expects to n^ake his home. The Brand follows him. Landergin Brothers of Kansas ho have been in Hereford this week quest of two-year-old steers, have ited,the west half of the L. S. :h near Amarillo. J. C. Carroll and family left Mon- day for Celina where they expe# to Jive. While...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 June 1905

!&>■ le News B. 5 Bro. of the present A nixed at The con Clarendon e*e- Tuesday All cash -a mmfi amo. w. DALI, Uctl A|«l HAWKINS PASSES AWAY m - i |> I Hpij iO : < Sil Í-V' '■iv.' '■. i <!■ !£'•' §&' /.: rfe: Death Come After a Suffering of Six Long Weeks. On the evening of May twenty- seventh, nineteen hundred five, at half past eight, Mrs. Lena A. Haw kins went to occupy the bright mansion made ready by her dear Savior. After bravely bearing a fevor illness of six weeks, she went on before, leaving a large circle of sorrowing neighbors who wire all her friends, relatives of her own family who could not attend her last hours, a loving husband, Superin- tendent Hawkins of the Hereford schools, and two sweet chilnren, Thurman of six years and little Gosette of four sweet summers. Hers was an interesting life; hers a beautiful Christian home- ig a Christian in her „ year, she lived faithfully, with her husband was the meeting of the is a Divinity \¡ Rough hew it is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

HEREFORD. TEXAS, JUNE Vol .5 COURT HO SATURDAY AFTERNOON HEAR COL. DAVIS AT 0 © € © The time to prepare for war is in time of peace, Ipconomy is a sure road to suc- cess. When you can buy as good or better cultivator as there is in the city for $30 why pay $35? Our implements are ail for saile at your own price and not what we know them to be worth. Price our goodsi huv them: don't take the word of anyone; be a Missourian; let us show you. • ?> WT Items ¡From Hart. Master Willie Eatoh of Dimmitt was visiting Jay McGee'last week. P. F. Bussey started to Hereford yesterday but the rain turned him back. The local rain yesterday was a welcome visitor in our neighbor- hood. Prof. J. M. Braselton made a fly- ing trip to Hereford Saturday on business rtturning Sunday. Mfet Lo>#*jaw i daughter * of A. P. Eaton, passed down the mail line last week to visit Miss Ella Keller of Olton. W. R. Higgins of Hereford wasi pretending to visit W. J. Killough and wife this week, but Miss Ida Lee i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

i is traven ; a varied all the way.1 patera Pulli te, affording every con and comfort to Rock Islam ,arJüíSM5 pringi, Bosl- I i mu i ifmtonn Whit®" __„_J|PI,.^«PPPI t this machine in same time it wIT V '•IlliwW"«PWBnBBwi lor $19.75 cash. Our , low raneé oí price. fit it is with a ¡ of her •ctd lr expedition more value ™—.ntlc or shrfl- 1 that of Pocahontas when a child in the Minnetarees, she Mandan on the ^ Jtoa;Prench- she afterward be- ea, onljr seventeen ~nd with* her baby ,.. months strapped on her back, in April of 1805, entered upon her duties as gujde for Cap- tains Lewis and Clark on their journey to the West. She was glad of the opportunity to retrace the way to her people, the Shashones, and ; as guide she was described with a patience truly j fatigues of so long a route", on which she was of inval- uable aid in the labors incident to traveling and in finding roots of sea western ocean, which was a year and a half after their start from the Mandan village and to which the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

r Bill anc ping out of 1he disease kn i ii as follows: :attle not visibly diseased with |H wH I from points in the quaran m n sot >e eitl tr aft toe iur wi of t toot BSSfcjpí - X W " bv the under the >1 y recognized slaughtering for immediate slaughter, so shipped, the cattle shall diverted en route and shall be . slaughtered within two weeks arrival at destination or. shall lubmitted for inspection. The ler handling of the cattle shall ubject to the results of this in- When cattle are shaped out inspection, under the terms ú« ra spo , rtition ¿ompany shall affix sides of c&b ..car a dui ten on and shall be removed at de tor" liPli i act, stock maybe moved from tined átate or terntóry o -of Columbia, or antined portion of any state or the District of Columb and in compliance with th« rules and regulations of the secretary of agriculture, made and promul- gated in pursuance of the provisions of Sec. 3 of this act; but it shall be unfawful to mote, or allow to be, mcfved, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

K j V j¡!wCXu Itsl s - * i mmmam I, President HncspilB C W. DODSON, Cashier Stanrir ^ MUUU.ihtor numhímttl^' j!íí s' ,T«s, per Year Subscription STRICTLY 9 I**- ifej DO WE Perhaps this question has ad- dressed itself to a vast majotfty of our people during the rainy spells of the past six months and doubtless there are others who were brought into a full realization of their needs in this respect several years ago. We do not understand how a town the sise of Hereford can get along complete system of side- ertainly it is possible for ! don his rubber boots and as it rains, &v?:. do itotlo in the atti- ' mofs-backs When a to ate in . We are sewerage s, etc., owing to the topog- of the town site; hence it seems that we might afford a good, substantial system of walks so that pedestrians will not be water-bound when it rains. The improvement would cost but little, it would mean much.. Other towns can af- ford them; why can't Hereford? It is pleasiqg, to note, that many responded to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 June 1905

THE nUVORD BRAID & m a 'MS ' cm B. FUTTFW ^^■Cuhln J. P. CONNBLL, Vice-President The Western National Bank TEXAS HEREFORD, Surplus $7,000.00 Capital $50,000.00 This bank ia 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 Best tan shoe polish at Callona'. Dr. A. D. Miller of Texico is in fce city. Babies white and blue shoes at Calleas'. It Go to Hancock's for the celebrated Steffin's lee Cream. 14tf Who can object to the fine rain which fell Thursday night? For fine monuments, see J. H. Calloway, Hereford, Texas. 13tf $12.50 suits for $7.35. $10.50 suits for $6.65 at Hereford Mercan- tile Company. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bassham are ...

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