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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

THE- ^ BRAND His Cynical Turn. The country editor has his periods of encouragement and discourage- ment, yet he is after all a rather happy fellow. His cynical turn comes when he hears a delinquent subscriber raising his voice to the tune of "Jesus paid it all."—Ex. FROM TEXICO. Interesting Items From the New Town on the Mexico Border. We are needing rain just a little. Several Texicoans will attend the Roswell Fair. Dr. Tinsley treated a severe case of tonsilitis here this week. T. C. Hunt leased a school sec- tion near town and will fence it at once. Harvesting kaffir corn and sorgum is in order and the yield is very promising. A railroad eating house proposi- tion for this town has been promised a favorable consideration by the managers. George Dale spent one day here this week attending to some real estate transfer/he is interested in at this place. W. M. Franklin is a full ñedged postmaster and only awaits Uncle Sam's pleasure in handing over the keys to do business with the bo...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

Bank Statement. MO. ••< Report of the Condition of The Hereford National Bank at Here- f*td> in the State of Texas, at thfe eloM of business, September 15,1902: ■ kesoukces. LoÁttk titd' tluctusti $172,218.28 Ovéfdr fts, secured and unse- cured , : .. 12,455.41 U. B. Bonds to secure circulation 6,250.00 fremiunas on U. S. Bonds 250.00 Baftking house, furnitare and fix- tures 1,987.98 Due from National Banks (not Reserve Agents) 11,576.11 Due from approved reserve agents 28,428.50 Internal-Revenue stamps ., .. 159.30 Checks and 9ther cash items 3,239.9$ Motes of other National Banks 1,000.00 Fractional paper currency, nick- bis, and cents 89.11 LAwful Money Reserve in ; Bank, viz: specie $9,039.95 Legal-tender notes 965.00 10,004.95 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of cir- culation) . Total 312.50 $247,972.09 liabilities Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Surplus fund 2,500.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 8,777.43 National Bank nates outstanding...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

[PAN Y. Mattie úllinery |d Mer- |d an in leautifu In. The larger lelayed )f Miss [ertrudc |a very >m the boxes it day tome o Int that City, I ranch, listered [e in- re that four- from lid be sold [ounts [omery 'low fs that I cattle that same lhased . M. they the 4 at found, high íales, ac- limals le of I week Mrs. :ased ?oing Ihoma |>rd in also lative |e al with [ough |amj, the ice. fbing no- 52-lt HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER. A Few Items of Interest Prom the Campus. J. M. Sypert of Holland, Bell county, has bought a lot just south of the College, on which to erect a residence. Judge Gough has returned from Dallas, and reports that bids for the steam-heating plant will be sub- mitted in a few days. The large range ordered for the College by the Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Company has been re- ceived and is now in use. Mr. Shelly of Plainview, who has two sons and a daughter in the College, is erecting a residence just north of President Clark's. Rock for the college buildiug is com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

THE « BRAND r,.t Ths Braud points with pride to Hereford's fine college buildings, and we hope the day is not far dis- tant when we can point with equal pride to a. beautiful brick or stone public school building surrounded by trees and shrubbery. It is said that every man has his hobby. If the editor of this paper has a hobby it is in the matter of planting trees. This could be made the most beautiful country on earth by the expenditure of a few dollars on the part of each individual in tree planting One of our readers asked us this week why we had 4'got it in" for Judge Wallace, referring to an editorial which appeared in last week's issue of The Brand. We replied that we did not have 4 * it in" for the gentleman in question in the least, in fact, we count him as one of our best friends, but because of a friendship we do not consider that the new comers should be kept in ignorance of the true situation of affairs in this country. Time was when this country could be safely counted ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

THE # BRAND k*M í 1 # I##- - í ' - ^ ., la $* ¿#S '■ ; : - r.'«-'^ "";.?• ;\WM.''-£ ti&¿-■*•:.■■•■: CUT NO. 1 JN'íw jf itm É 1- r -H Jrf The accompanying cut (No. 1) repre- sents the jaws of a child between the age of si* and seven years and ghowc the relationship of the temporary teeth with the permanent ones. Vou can readily see the importance of taking care of the children's teeth- Preserve the crowns of the children's teeth till wonderful nature has timo to do its work. Nature intends for the permanent teeth to follow the rcota of the temporary teeth as they absorb, but when you allow your children's teeth to decay and the nerves to become exposed and d:e an abcess results and extraction Is necessary, nature is thwarte l, and, instead o; th? arch of the mouth expanding for the recipiency of the permanent tooth, the arch is necessa- rily contracted and conditions as illustrated in No. 2 arc inevitable. Of course these conditions can be remedied, but it requires a great deal o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

THE # BRAND i GALBREATH, FOX & CO. PRICE LEADERS M «! M M M M Miscellaneous 7 spools Clark's O. N. T. thread for 25c 25 envelopes for 5c 3 papers of pins for 5c 2 papers of needles for 5c Silk thread, per spool , 5c Ladies' handkerchiefs at 5c each Featherstitch braid at 5 c per bunch 3 wood covered slate pencils for 5c 125-page pencil tablet for 5c A good towel for 5c 1 box of Swandown for 5c 12 collar buttons for 5c 1 dozen safety pins for 5c Men's half hose 5c per pair 1 pair ladies' hose for 5c Lead Pencils for 15c per dozen Lace curtains for 50c per pair Toweling crash at 5c per yard A cloth window shade for 25c Ask to see our Swiss curtain goods at 15c per yard We sell 3 pair of ladies' 25 cent hose for 50c 3 pair of children's 25 cent hose for 50c Underwear The best heavy fleece-lined underwear at $1.00 per suit in men's and 75c per suit in boys' sizes. Children's union suits at 25c per suit Ladies' union suits at 25c per suit Ladies 2-pieced fleece-lined un- dersuits at ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

TTO # BRAND A. L. Service went to Roswell Tuesday. Boarders and roomers wanted at Mrs. Ella Buster's. 30tf Mrs. F. M. Avis left Wednesday 4o visit the Roswell fair. Mrs. T. M. Palmer is enjoying the beauties of Roswell this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bassham left Monday for a visit among Roswell friends. Wanted—Plain and fancy sewing and dressmaking. Miss Ella Hodges. 20-tf W. F. West took advantage of the excursion rates and paid a visit to Roswell this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blake of Sherman county are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. L. F. Alby. C. H. Turk, being desirous of see- ing the "Pearl of the Pecos," was among Tuesday's passengers for Roswell. C. M. Hardin came in Monday from Amarillo to look after this end of his business—the Hereford Lum- ber Company. For Sale—My 7-room residence and 4 acres of land in the Evants addition (near the college). Well improved. J. D. Files. 30tf Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn and daugh- ters of Plainview were in town the first of the week en route t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

BRAND Stre fovf picture taken «1 IStf G. f. Pieroe took in the fair tí Jtotwen tikis week. C. N«trmaa and faaflf at* teaiei1be KcsireU fair tiis week. W. J. XcEveo and family left Tuesday to attend lite fair at $U - T<fi. Gough ft D^t ' is the deposi- tory for the state adopted school fcacfc*. 26t£ J. Lb Gillein baa our thanks for a nabscription to The Brand for his father* «horesides at Rusttta, Ark. 5. H. Smith cosnplicaeoted Tec BeajP this week by subscribing for it for his brother-in-!sw, «ho resides at Miami. C. L> Davis would be pleased to thow bis samples of custom made clothing to those needing a fall or Printer suit or overcoat. 28tf W, W. Parker has our thanks for a subscription to The Brand and the Dallas News for himself and C. Henley of Pclbasn, Texas. C. T. Splawn and family were in from their Portales, N. M., home over Sunday. Mr. Splawn has re- cently purchased a restaurant busi- ness in that hustling little city, and we wish him success in his new venture. T. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

YHt # VKAKD in of os- E. M. zro E. ;oi- MS- rort IND tion .im- .secl and ras ugh ice PROFESSIONAL SARDS. 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 & Davis' Drug Store Res. Phone 20 Office Phone 26 Hereford, Texas W. J. ROGERS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 33 years a practitioner in Texas. Telephone No. 77. Office in Burns & Smith's drug store. Hereford, Texas. WITHERSPOON & GOUGH attorneys-at-law real estate AND insurance notary in office Office next door to Bank Hereford .... Texas W. H. RUSSELL LAWYER practice in all courts 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 ar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 26 September 1902

THE BRAND MEDICATED SALT ^ MEDICATED SALT FA Wtes troys WE DESTROY NO CATTLEMAN'S GODS. Incorporated with the purest of salt if saltpetre, sulphur, ashes, bone meal, nuz vomica, gentian and other important ingredient' generally overlooked by the majority of cattle- men. The result is perfect satisfaction. Medi- cated Salt is put up in block form, 20 lbs. to th< block. It is convenient to use and impervious t( rain. Once used and you will not do without it The Only Medicated Salt Made We quote you price of $1.75 per 100 lbs., f. 0. b.. Colorado, Texas, less than car load lots. $1.50 per 100 lbs., f. 0. b. Colorado, Texas, in car load lots. Money must accompany all local orders. TicKs Tin ensues) Triiiji n its |gs WASTE NEITHER THE CATTLEMAN'S Time or Money" is our motto. Our product is used with marked satisfaction by the stockmen of this part of the State. With our new factory now in operation at Colorado City, where salt is manufactured in the natural state, we are better prepar...

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

* * © * * * * * © * © Jí WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas Ml iab* iKis:*-" Per Year Jl.OO 6 Months .50 3 " .25 in cu?ss or six To sis different addresses, $5.00 Ad* «•stislarf k tos Display. 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts tor time or space. Local reading no- tices, ID centiper line, each inser- tion. TERMS, cash in ADVANCS Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Th« Brand Hereford, Tesas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, OCTOBER 3, 1902 No* 33 IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR sell Property, Cattle or anything else come and see us. We have a very fine list of properties to show you Yours for business BROOKS BROS. & GRAVES All Over the Panhandle The Lockney public school opened last week. 485 pupils are enrolled in the Vernon public school. There are 370 pupils enrolled in the Clarendon public school. The postoffi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

THE jp BRAND XIT LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP At $3 to $4 per acre and up 3" ON ACCOUNT OF THE CAPITOL SYN- dicate Company's (better known as the XIT's) intention to discontinue their cattle business their large ranch, consisting of over 3,000,000 acres and situated in the beat part of tba Texas Panhandle, will be sold in any size tract—to suit the purchaser. This land is all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- provements which make improvements jt the best in the pan_ handle. Improvements on land purchased will bs gold to the purchaser at the actual co3t to ths Company. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of this great ranch has been sold and it will be only a few months Jt l.and of Beaut tlfut Homes until thestoqk farmer of one or two sections J9s an Investment to the Small Stock Parmer will have the one million acres left in beau- tiful homes and farms. It has been demonstrated that the small stock farmer can make more money com* pared to his invest- ment, than can the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

THE, # BRAND & I 4 J Judge H. H. Wallace was in town Sunday enroute to Dimmitt where -district court convened Monday. Judge J. Q. Tannehill was in this week from Amarillo, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Jno. E. Fergu- son. • J. H. Holland has sold his resi- dence property to Mr. Leahmann, consideration $1200. Mr. Holland will shortly begin the erection of another residence. S. Johnson went to Canyon Mon- day night in pursuit of a wheel which '•forgot" to come back. He didn't succeed in getting it \>ut thinks he is on the right track and will run the "stray" down. T. F. Cardwell, who has been spending some time with his sons at this place, left Wednesday for his home at Grandview. Before leaving Mr. Cardwell paid this office a pleas- ant visit and ordered The Brand to become a regular visitor to his home. Frank L. Vanderburgh, editor of The Brand, departed Tuesday evening for Spencer, New York, where he will spend several days. On their return they will stop at Kansas City wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

THE # BRAND DYER <SL SONS Retail Dealers in Lumber * Sash s* Doors AND SHINGLES We carry one of the largest and best stocks of Building Material anywhere in this section of the country YARDS AT Plainview and Hereford Texas 5 Johnson Ferg'usora Hgffl Successors to faithi Walller (SI* Co. ,-¿2 Dealors in % Graio. s and sp Coal Sole Ag'ents for the Celebrated "Nigger-head" M AIT LAND COAL Highest Priccs Paid for i Hides f - GKc most centrally located We will handle a full line Wagon Yard in town 4¡ ^ of Field Seeds <& TOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED IXWtfWfMWtfWWffWMK G We Strive to Please. Good Weight and Small Profits 3 %5he City Meat MarRei i L££ GILLILANO. Propraetor A «Sr W3. -, t c 6 We handle only the choicest of Fresh Meats of all kinds and so- licit a share cf your patronoge. Phone 85 Prices Reasonable 'j B. W. Miller attended the Dallas fair this week. Miss Brucie Gass visited relatives In Tulia this week. C. C. Ferguson returned Saturday fro a visit to his old home in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

the Tru the sta law th |s used : itate to the vi at Sat ig to S mtroverc •e pena appea partisai >ut it is ►ol hist the w istice to |ere as from sc lescrvcd ministra |ould be Tcxa by that :ver aki x. Lanl lonvenin Janua ;uch le¡ doubt ¡proval |noon M a numl her [nany ni re from [oíale a lich we jour gre jppy litt Igood tin Ihool Í HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER. A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. The shelving has been put up in the art room, and the bocks are being arranged. Hereafter this room will be used both for the art department and as a library. The students will have access to the books and also to the various periodicals that will be placed on the reading table. Mr. and Mrs. Miller and mother accompanied by Mrs. Aten were pleasant callers at the college Tuesday. Judge Gough and Judge Furguson were welcome visitors at the class rooms. Most of the paper-hanging and hard-oiling has been finished at the Girls' Home, and the paper-hangers And painters have begun work on Preside...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

. v. , IfW.'C THE J* BRAND Hereford continues to grow at an even, consistent pace, and there is no reason to fear that she will ever have even a formidable rival. Politics have at last got the In- dian Territory by the throat in dead earnest and hoodlers and carpet- baggers are looking forward to a rich harvest. Those who are fortunate enough to be residents of Hereford can truthfully say: There may be other towns just as good, but you don't find tnem every day. Pushing, progressive businessmen coupled with natural advantages are whai make a successful town. Then no wonder that Herefdrd continues to go forward for better natural ad- vantages and more up-to-now busi- ness men can be found no where. It has been said that there are pessimists in every community but Hereford appears to be the exception which proves the rule. Indeed, in a country as prosperous and pro- gressive as this there is no room for the pessimist and the most confirmed of the class could not but look on the bright...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

THE BRAND a h i 5 i ,t 1 1 11 5 t< W 5 ";K#* . p^ - tomk. '¡^ Mss .^¡ys fm Ié ! , , /m® ■ 7: •; ''•< > >.. './.•*& 'W-iW' ■--•■■ • * ::w%<: mtv^ &v áJW ¿ái& ;>£ • $fess : *j. •'•;••.;fi •; ' \ •# V■'.: <MV: :V'r$.@ ..BK ' v. ds-v\,. .■ .W ■ fáS ' ' • ■■ 1' -. ...... >' ' , 'j: >' ,'v • .: v" ^i ^-> VvV .-•■•■ , :..' V •■■.•■ ?.:•..* •& -1 b? :-w 1 • , : S • -^"5 ' „*:• J?.-*tv/' -;-'v T3 -ii-il CUT NO. 1 ^ a child between the age years and shows the ■mm i " ■'■flEESB ft The accompanying cut (No. 1) repre- sents the jaws of of six and seven relationship of the temporary teeth with the permanent ones. You can readily see the importance c.£ taking care of the children's teeth. Preserve the crowns of the children's teeth till wonderful nature has time to do its work. Nature intends for the permanent teeth to follow the roots of the temporary teeth as they absorb, but when you allow your children's teeth to decay and the nerves to bccome expo...

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

1 THE BRAND A" A"ir A"A"a* A™ <4>"A"i>"^"A"rjA1*x™rJL"i^A™.1'Í^A"X"X"Á"A*\A5 ,A" GALBREATII, FOX & PRICE LEADERS Miscellaneous 7 spools Clark's O. N. T. thread for 25c 25 envelopes for 5c 3 papers of pins for 5c 2 papers of needles for 5c Silk thread, per spool 5c Ladies' handkerchiefs at 5c each Featherstitch braid at 5c per bunch 3 wood covered slate pencils for 5o 125-page pencil tablet for 5c A good towel for 5c 1 box of Swandown for 5c 12 collar buttons for 5c 1 dozen safety pins for 5c Men's half hose 5c per pair 1 pair ladies' hose for 5c Lead Pencils for 15c per dozen Lace curtains for 50c per pair Toweling crash at 5c per yard A cloth window shade for 25c Ask to see our Swiss curtain goods at 15c per yard We sell 3 pair of ladies' 25 cent hose for 50c 3 pair of children's 25 cent hose for 50c Underwear The best heavy fleece-lined underwear at $1.00 per suit in men's and 75c per suit in boy:¿' sizes. Children's union suits at 25c per suit Ladies' union suits at ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

THE J* BRAND SAVING SORGHUM. Prominent Abilene Cattleman Tells How He Puts It up in Ricks and Uses It ns Winter Feed for Cattle. Col. Parramore says that silos are not needed for sorghum in this country. If it is cut and bound with a self- binder and at once put into ricks or stacks, sprinkled plentifully with salt water, with the heads a little higher than the stumps, it will pack ro tightly that the air will be entirely excluded, and will save every time. Maybe six inches of the outsifie will spoil, but the other heats and cooks. The Colonel is not talking any iheory, but has tried it and knows what he is talking about. He had a stack partly up when a rain came on it, but hi went righ: on stacking with good results as above stated. When such a stack is opened in winter, cattle will fatten faster than on anything else. These stacks ought to be cut into with a hay knife and fed from the stack. Col. Parramore thinks that sor- ghum put up and fed in this way will pay better than any c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 3 October 1902

THE # BRAND T. M. Palmer was in town Tues- day. E. W. Dillon was in town Tues- day on business. T. A. Cox left Tuesday for Amarillo on business. Beginning July 1st, there'll be two of em each day. Isn't that nice? tf George Day was in from his North Draw ranch Tuesday on busi- ness. John S. McKnight of Amarillo was in town Monday greeting old friends. John E. Day was in from his North Draw ranch, Tuesday after -supplies. Miss Bettie Tannehill of Amarillo was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jno. E. Ferguson, this week. Harvey Cash, county clerk of Castro county and a candidate for re-election, was over from Dimmitt Sunday. Rev. H. M. Bandy came in Tues- day having been gone about two weeks. He is doing a great work all over the plains. J. J. Anderson and R. A. Pickens of Cleburne ; who have been prospecting here for the past few days left Tuesday evening for home. The Hereford Nursery has just received 2740 pounds of peach seeds, which will be planted at once. Manager Stimpson is not l...

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