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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1902

"mm THE # BRAND WflWWWMWWW«WWWWyi m r«i \d u 111 NOTIC I have secured the services of Dr. A. D. Miller, late of the N. Y. dental parlors at Dallas. Dr. Miller is a dentist of ability and will have charge of my office for two or three weeks after the 20th inst., as I have some business east that I am compelled to attend to. Dr. Miller will be with me permanently as it is impossible for one man ta handle this practice alone, and my patrons can re&t assured that a high-salaried man is doing their work in my absence. I could have secured a cheaper man but I want the best of everything at the Hereford Dental Parlors. Dr. W. E. Robertson INTERIOR VIEW OF OUR OPERATING ROOM Proprietor of the HEREFORD JEjUÍL PUS PHONE 65 enhancement of their own profits to the greater disadvantage of the masses. The masses have lost their influence in congress because the golden accents of the trust pro- prietors alone can reach the ears of the soloiis. It may be "a wise child that knows its own father,...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1902

THE # BRAND ifc*f & COMPANY Economy is the road to wealth. The truest economy is to buy where you can depend upon the reliability of the merchandise bought, where you are certain of the price being the lowest for the quality, where you are safe as to selection and style. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or your money refunded. Daily visits to our store will prove interesting just now, as every day new things are being shown. We mean to sell these goods, therefore ask you to carefully look over prices quoted below. Dress Goods An all-wool ladies' cloth, 56 inches vide, worth SI at 75c per yard All wool broadcloth, 54 in- ches wide, worth SI.25 at $1.10 per yard Double width worsteds, worth 15c at 12|c per yard A better grade of one-half wool worsteds, worth 25c and 35c at 19c per yard Very best gradee of double width percales worth 12c at 10c per yard Eiderdowns at 19, 25 and 50c per yard French flannels for childrens' cloaks and dresses at 50 and 65c per yard Ladies' Waists and Skirts ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1902

THE # BRAND HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER. A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. Two new pianos are expected soon. Miss Patton entered the elocution department this week. The Misses Daniels entered col- lege this week—one for elocuticn, one for music. Allen Bell and sister, and Miss Daniels were pleasant callers at the college Monday. Mr. Slayton, wife and and little daughter called at the college Wednesday evening. Miss Adele Underwood from Dal- las arrived Tuesday and entered school Wednesday. ?he is a former music pupil of Mrs. Clark. Vernon, Hugh and Miss Roxie Witherspoon matriculated Tuesday. Vernon and Hugh were pupils at Goodnight college last session. Miss Garvin, formerly of Ellis county, a teacher of elocution, is taking advanced work in that de- partment under Miss Robinson. Miss Susie Grayson, one of the best and most experienced primary teachers in the state, is expected to arrive soon and take charge of the primary and kindergarten depart- ment. A literary society was or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1902

THE # BRAND Self-Confidence. Self-confidence is a vital element in the development of the individual. It it the faith of the individual him- self, in his powers and possibities. It is this that gives unity, strength and aim to his life, and makes him a power in the world. It is a confidence that is based on individual honesty and integrity. It is not that arrogant self-conceit that looks down patronizingly and complacently on its superiors, and feels that it can accomplish all things, that it is dependant on no man. Self-conceit magnifies all its power, minimizes all its weaknesses, cheats itself and thinks it cheats the *orld. Self-conceit makes a man eclipse himself, with himself. True self-confidence, through in- dividual honesty and sincerity, sees all its weaknesses, all the thin places in its armor for fighting the world, but does not on that account lose heart, nor accept the conditions as foal. It realizes that success means only the crowning of a struggle, the glorious endi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1902

THE # BRAND ie S e- r I a of el d- r«* id r. >r IT 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. JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law (Over ten years experience.) Office in Smith, Walker & Co. Bank. Hereford, Texas. WITHERSPOON & GOUGH attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance ' notary in office Office next doQr to Bank Hereford - - - Texas W. H. RUSSELL LAWYER practice in all courts Hereford, Texas Pasturage for horses at $1.00 per month. L. Gough. 23tf F. M. Avis ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 17 October 1902

m wmm THE # BRAND MEDICATED SALT N MEDICATED SALT He stow Life Long Friend! TOTE DESTROY NO CATTLEMAN'S GODS. W Incorporated with the purest of salt is saltpetre, sulphur, ashes, bone meal, nux vomica, gentian and other important ingredients generally overlooked by the majority of cattle- men. The result is perfect satisfaction. Medi- cated Salt is put up in JjJpck form, 20 lbs. to the block. It is convenient to use and impervious to rain. Once used and you will not do without it. It Destroys Ticks TU SKI TNBflipt III me SSÜ ¿¿T^O WASTE NEITHER THE CATTLEMAN'S 1 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 prepared than ever to supply the demands of our patrons. Satisfaction guaran- teed. Prices quoted on application. Hi The Only Medicated Salt Made We quote you price of $1.75 per 100 lbs., f. 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

M $ m A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas A . V J*i . j' * lab* ■criptUn Per Ya- $1.00 6 Months .SO i " .25 in a.rus o* six To si* ¿liferent address*, $S.OO Ad. x •rtlHéwkti I At*M I t. nlav, 25 cents p 'riiicb. No dis- counts for time or space. I.oca! revttng no- tico.j, 10e«nUper line, each inser- tion. cash f.v adva«ct5 Addíesr, g&j bu«i- ness coinruanica tions and rtake a)! remittance* pay- abU to ; ^ The Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Tex^s, Act of Congress oí March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, OCTOBER 24. 1902 o. 36 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 O o e r the Panhandle A new school house has been erected at Fttirview. Plainview la actively agitating the question of a railroad. The Standard is a new paper at Tulia by J. H. Horn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

«"'« *r-v#~ V::S' :'' m §i Í^*Í a* THE # BRAND rvs ACCOUNT OF THE CAPITOL SYN- v dicate Company's (better known at the XIT's) intention to discontinue their cattle business their large ranch, consisting of over 3,000,000 acres and situated in the best part of the Texas Panhandle, will be sold in any site tract—to suit the purchaser. This land is all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- . i prorements which make I J It the best U the Pan- handle. Improvements on land purchased will be sold to the purchaser at the actual cost to the Company. Nearly a,000,000 acres of this great ranch has been sold and it will u/ut Mmm•• | be ooly a few months until the stock farmer of one or two sections mm lavwtimiii (• thm Jmmil Jtmck Faraatf 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 large ranch owner,and the splitting up of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

THE. # BRAND ATE ÍITUR youn ir loa RS IS HEREFORD'S NEED. A Letter From Ex-Postmaster L. A. Montgomery. Santa Ana, Cal., Oct. 15, 1902. Editor Brand—In reading last ■week's issue of The Brand I no- ticed an item in regard to Hereford needing a new postoffice. It seems the enterprising citizens of Hereford have long overlooked this, an item of importance to them. They may think it the postmaster's duty to fur- nish a suitable building but if they will take into consideration the fact that the postmaster has to pay all expenses, such as clerk hire, fuel and lights, and then pay $10 per month rent for a little 2x4 shack to do the most rushing business in town aid all this out of his $1000 per year salary, they will realize that the postmaster will not have much left to pay for a building suitable to the growing needs of your town. In most enterprising towns offices of the fourth class are given free rent or at least at a nominal price, a postoffice being considered a "draw- ing card" f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

THE BRAND DYER SONS Retail Dealers in Lumber s* Sash Doors AND SHINGLES We carry one of the largest and best stocks of dt Building Material anywhere in this section of the country YARDS AT Plain view and Hereford Texas — Johnson <Sl Ferguson SuccoKtori to Imith, Walker (St Co. , Dealer* in Grain ^ and ^ Coal Sole Asentí for tHe Celebrated "Nigger-heacT MAITLAND COAL Highest yf Price / Paid >P for Hides lb YOUR PATRONAGE 15 SOLICITED 8K« most centrally located We will Handle a full line Warfon Yard in town ^ ^ of Field Seeds ^ P r c t S c ?? t t We Strive to Please. Good Weight and Small Profits ©6e City Meat Market LEE GILLlLANDi Proprietor We handle only the choicest of . . Fresh Meats of all kinds and so- licit a share of your patronoge. Phone 85 Prices Reasonable 9 iife; Barrell syrup of all kinds at Card- well Bros. 36-2t Pasturage for horses at $1.00 per month. L. Gough. 23tf j. M. Wright of Crafton is a pros- pector in town. J. H. Horn r^urned Thursday from a visit at Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

THE #' BKAITD hereford college LETTER. A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. Mr. Johnson of Amarillo entered school Wednesday. Mrs. Witherspoon, wife of Judge Witherspoon, is now laking vocal. Elmer Severn arid Myrtle Biles of Buda, near Austin, entered college this week. Mrs. Fuller, who hap been taking violin lessons for some time, is now also taking on the piano. Mr. Kavanaugh of Dallar,, who has the contract for thi steam heat- ing plant, is expected every day. Miss Jessie Clark of Amarilla, has been teaching in the college during part of the absence of Presi- dent Clark. The college has arranged for two more pianos this week, which makes five pianos now in use by the Music Department. Mr. Beasley of Amarillo called at the College Wednesday, and ar- ranged to put one of his pianos in the Music Department. Miss Susie Grayson, teacher for Preparatory Department and Kinder- garten, arrived from Dallas county Thursday. She is accompanicd by her mother. It is said the kitchen is t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

THE. # BRAND Plant trees. Hereford needs electric lights, water works, and sanitary condi- tions. We can never hope to at- tain these improvements without incorporation. jh In the coming election every voter ould lay aside all friendship pre- judices and look well into the merits of the candidates for the respective offices. Look into their private lives and ff their characters are clean they are pretty apt to keep their of- ficial acts clean. V, during Judge Wallace's visit to Hereford in the recent term of court that gentleman stated that the edi- tor of this paper was being paid for the editorial utterances concerning bis candidacy for the district judge- ship. We wish to state that not one word of The Brand's edito- rials are ever paid for—nor can Üiey be purchased" at any price. What we have said in this regard has been said purely for the purpose of giving the newcomers light on the merits of the respective candidates. We en- deavor to present only facts and let the people inq...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

THE- # BRAND WWWMWMWWWWWYWWWW NOTIG I have secured the services of Dr. A. D. Miller, late of the N. V. dental parlors at Dallas. Dr. Miller is a dentist of ability and will have charge of my office for two or three weeks after the 20th inst., as I have some business east that I am compelled to attend to. Dr. Miller will be with me permanently as it is impossible for one man to handle this practice alone, and my patrons can rest assured that a high-salaried man is doing their work in my absence. I could have secured a cheaper man but I want the best of everything at the Hereford Dental Parlors. Dr. W. E. Robertson Proprietor of the JUS INTERIOR VIEW OF OUR OPERATING ROOM HEREFORD DEÜTflL PHONE 65 monopolized. And therein lies the problem. Shall such monopoly con- tinue? "Love is a flower that easily fades." Very true* but its fruit is 'more permanent. Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man, so are the veterans who have sur- vived the civil war. If the abrogation of law is anarchy there is no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

wmmm *S¿2 ra ;: m THE M BRAND) GRAND CLEARING SALE OF' É I i'i LADES' CAPES, JACKETS, CLOAKS AND WAISTS We are overloaded on these goods and in order to get them * out of our store we will make you the following special prices on * them for next week, which we feel sure will be of financial interest * to anyone wishing anything in this line: >g WAISTS $5 Silk Waist for $4*25 $4.50 Silk Waist for 3*25 $4 Waist for 3«oo $3.50 Waist for 2.25 $3 Waist for 2.00 $1.50 Waist for $i«oo. JACKETS $15 Monte Jacket for $1 2.50 Monte Jackets for 11,00 $10 Gibson Jacket ior 8.00 $7-5® Jacket for 5.00 $6.50 Jacket for 4.75 $5 Jacket for 3,75 Infants' Cloaks If you are in need of anything in this line be sure to see ours before you buy, for we can show you a H styles and patterns from $1.00 to $5.00. SKIRTS $8 Velvet Skirt for $6.50 $6 Melton Skirt for 4.50 $5 Skirt for • . 4.00 $3 Skirt for 2.25 CAPES $6 Cape for. $5 Cape for $4 Cape for $2 Cape for $1.50 Cape for $5*00t 3-75 3.00 1.50 1.00 Chi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

THE BRAND M fl * ft m * & * * •s © ►i 4* Ladies' shoes worth from $2.50 to $3.50 selling at $1.18. Famous, Amarillo. 36tf Williams & Harrison carry a specialty line of shirts from 5c to $2.50 flannel. 36tf 3. T. Hinton has a change of adv in this issue, also some new locals calling . attention to his oyster parlors. We have the only line of specialty neckwear in Hereford. Buy your ties of us and get the latest. 36tf Williams & Harrison. Dr. Smi'h of Mississippi has pur- chased through Brookes Bros. & Graves the J. H. King residence and will make Hereford his home. Con- sideration $800. George W. Irwin was in from his ranch in Castro county Monday. Contractor Snyder is erecting a modern residence for him there, and making other improvements in the way of windmills, etc. The ladies of the Christian church will serve dinner and supper at the court house on election day and evening. A lunch stand will be pro- vided for those who do not wish reg- ular meals. Hot coffee at...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

m mm PUBLIC SPEAKING. Candidates Are Invited to Partici- pate at a Meeting to be Held Friday Night, October 31st. Judge L. Gough, candidate for the office of county judge and super- intendent of public schools, has something of importance to say to the voters of Deaf Smith county, and to that end will be pleased to me<it the people of the county at tho court house on Friday evening, October 31st, on which occasion all other candidates for public office in this county are cordially invited to be present and present their argu- ments as to why they should be elected to the office to which they aspire. This is a move in the right direction and we hope that the dif- ferent candidates will avail them- selves of the opportunity thus pre- sented, also that the voters them- selves will be out in large numbers —the meeting may be of help to you in deciding upon which of the can- didates you would prefer to see elected. Nearly Two Thousand. The junior editor spent Sunday in the growing and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

ire in we i what latent coun- madc law- Ldvo- that Deat" •blind |it pay id see don't |ind i? suit lo Co. |Herc- beven- |3-inch louse, land, le and 311£ Iterest ring a lebted soon ac- Co. CA on right íation ani- leford, 36tf rd. tth. TBI # BRAND Ico. IES }ough l-ance [RS fary iter •INT PK0FESSIQ1HL SARDS. 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. DR. T. J. ESTES physician and surgeon Offers his professional services to the people of Hereford and surround, iug country. Calls promptly at- tended. Charges reasonable. Obstetrics and catarrhal diseases a specialty. Office at store, next door to Search- lignt. Phone 105. JNO. P. SLA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 24 October 1902

xUw>£ ' SWw! W*mr ■$ :w>^ ''••'■ ':rr >,w: MEDICATED SALT = MEDICATED SALT * * * * * * I * * * * * * * * m Tie stKtBBB' Lile Long Friend WE DESTROY NO CATTLEMAN'S GODS. Incorporated with the purest of salt is saltpetre, sulphur, ashe3, bone meal, nux vomica, gentian and other important ingredients 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 the block. It is convenient to use and impervious to 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 Destroys mtfm BEWARE OF IMITATIONS? It prevents Blackleg, kills stomach worms. Prevents all diseases cattle are subject to, and never fails to build up run down stock of all kinds. STOCK SALTED AND MEDI- CATED AT T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

* * * * * * i * * * * * * * $ * * £ * * * * * * * r-:!gíií /i WeeKly Paper Devoted fo the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas fab* icrinHon Ratoa Per Year $1.00 6 Months .50 3 " .25 tíí clues of six To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad- v pti«lr d R t«s Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for time or space. Local reidin^no- tices, 10cents per line, each inser- tion. tekms, cash in advance AdJrcss all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Th« Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 OCT Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, OCTOBER 31, 1902 No. 37 IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR sell Property, Cattle or anything eke come and see us. We have a very fine list of properties to show you Yours for business BROOKS BROS. & GRAVES WHEN IN NEED OF Harvesting Machinery REMEMBER THAT THE McCORMICK IS THE ONLY CORN HARVESTER THAT Binds in a Vertical Position Raises and Lowers from b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

r.Tiii mill ' filiiilii'iiTii TWt + BRAWb r ■ i dffffii «S . . iw«vwwwwyywwwrtwwwrtwwi XIT LANDS FOR SALE CH At $3 to $4 per acre and up 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 oyer 3,000,000 acres and situated in the best part of the Texas Panhandle, will be sold in any size tract—to suit the purchaser. This land Í3 all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- 1 i provements which make I ""J" —I it the best in the Pan- handle. Improvements on land purchased will be sold to th3 purchaser at the actual cost to the Company. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of this great ranch I JfLmndof Beau. has been sold and ** wil1 I tifui Hom * be only a few months until the stock farmer of one or two sections Ma an Investment to the Smalt Stock Farmer* will have the one million acres left in beau- tiful homes and farms. It has been demonstrated that the small stock f...

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