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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

THE # BRAND TE. :ure Boarders and roomers wanted at Mrs. Ella Buster's. 30t'f F. £. McKnight is a prospector here from Ellis county. Meeks now has the largest ^display of ladies' and gents' watches in town. 36t£ J. C. Womble, who resides in the northeast part of the county, was in town this week on business. W. H. Kiser was in.from his Cas- tro county home Wednesday and re- newed his subscription to The Brand. If you want to buy a ranch of town property or want to rent a house make your wants known* to Orr & Rayzor. 34tf We have had many compliments for the neat manner in which we printed the election tickets for Cas- tro and Deaf Smith countiesv When it comes to neat, up-to-date printing we're "it." 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 all hours. • 35-3t-c There is at least one young in town who realizes the dire n...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

THE. # BRAND GRAND CLEARING SALE OF LADIES' CAPES, JACKETS, CLOAKS AND WAISTS M M We are overloaded on these goods and in order to get them Ü 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: ■ <] M WAISTS $5 Silk Waist fear $4>*5 $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 fi.oo JACKETS $15 Monte Jacket for $12.50 $12.50 Monte Jackets for 11.00 $10 Gibson Jacket tor 8.00 $7.50' 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 t¡( see ours before you buy lor we can show you all styles and patterns from $1*00 to $5.00. M I>4 SKIRTS $8 Velvet Skirt for $6.50 $6 Melton Skirt for 4.50 $5 Skirt for 4,00 $3 Skirt for 3.25 CAPES $6 Cape for $5,00 $5 Cape for 3.75 $4 Cape for 3.00 $2 Cape for 1,50 $1,50 Cape for 1,00 Chi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

N THE # BRAND W. J. KiHough was in from his ranch on Thursday after supplies. As usual Old Santa CI ails will have headquarters at Gough & Davis' drug store. 37tf S. Johnson, one of Hereford's popular tonsorial artists, is absent on a visit to East Texas friends. For Sale—My 7 room residence and 4 acres of land in the Evants addition (near the college). Well improved. J. D. Files. 30tf Gough & Davis, the druggists, have placed a full line of holiday goods in their stock, which they ad- vertise locally in this issue. Williams & Harrison have select lines of furnishing goods bought from specialty houses and are sell- ing them at especially low prices. 36tf Williams & Harrison, the popular and up-to-date haberdashers, have a half page display adv in this issue of The Brand, which will be of in- terest to our readers. T. J. Davis has resigned his position at the depot and will here- after devote his time to the paint and oil department of the drug store owned by himself ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

m The j& Brand A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Panhandle Country of Texas FRANK L. VANDERBURGH Editor and Publisher Have you made an investment in the college enterprise yet ? If not you should do so at once. How abput the Y. M. C. A. prop- osition? An excellent start "has been made and the movement should not be allowed to clrop. i ' if ,i,':1 tS NEXT Tuesday is election day. Let every man vote for men who will fulfill the duties of their respective offices in every respect. Elect to office only men who will leave no atone unturned in the enforcement of the laws. A refreshing rain commenced falling Wednesday night, which in- sures a good season for the winter wheat. It also brings up the ques- tion of more sidewalks for the town, which can be obtained only by incor- poration. Let's incorporate I Several of our exchanges in this judicial district have reproduced The Brand's articles relative to the district judgeship, but do not seem to have the inclination or t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

THE # BRAND a I iwmg íe in íercy )f my been ibt of lhat I; that I what psity? our the ieeda [it for ^ than saw i.rt of Iconic I have this ^.sting iding here U seful- luture If its is Its >ts Ion Irk JSC * p m n :fa $PéAW'- NOTICE I have secured the services of Dr. A. D. Miller, late of the N. Y. dental parlors a't Dallas. Dr. Miller is a denti.-t of ability and 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-¿alrried man is doing their work in my office. 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 interior view of our operating room L phone 65 largely determined by its schools and colleges, I have wanted to be a helper in founding and building here an institution which will help to secure the best citizenship and to fill the land with the purest and happiest homes and which would be a lasting blessi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

THE # BRAND DYER SONS Retail Dealers in Lumber ^ Sash * Doors AND SHINGLES i We cany one of the largest and best stocks of «£ Building Material «£ anywhere in this section of the country YARDS AT Plain view and Hereford. Texas Johnson Ferguson SnccMtors to Jallhi Walker CD* Co. Doalors in Grain * and ^ Coal Sole Agents for the Celebrated "Ni^er-heed" MAITLAND COAL Highest Prices / Paid for / Hides Vhm most contrally located We will Handle a full line Wagon Yard in town ^ < of Field .Seeds YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED *041' b We Strive to Please. Good Weight and Small Profits f U/)e City Meat Market J LEK GILLILAND, Proprietor We handle only the choicest of Fresh Meats of all kinds and so- licit a share of your patronoge. Phone 85 Prices Reasonable PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT. For Week Ending Friday, October 24, 1902. Enroll- ment Days Absent Tardiea Room No. 1— Miss de-Graff- enreid, teacher 75 4 1-2 0 Room No. 2— Miss"D«mcron Teacher. ...... S3 7 1 Room No. 3— Miss Stewart, Teacher. 68 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

THE # BRAND if ISB ters] Deai ksts oí ' m i the! of lign ttent % t 1 & >1 Í w- t:. I Si J' t c 9 HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER. A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. Plans have been perfected for completing the college building. L. M. Easley, Leslie Easley, Virgie Easley, Marvin Watts, Edgar Webb, D*. G. Hobbs and J. T. Webb entered school this week. The primary department has been moved into the room formerly oc- cupied by President Clark. The room is large, well lighted,and well ventilated—an ideal place for the children. There is to be a Hallowe'en party at the Girls' Home Friday evening from 7 to 10, An appropriate pro- gram has been arranged. The young ladies and young gentlemen of the town are invitéd. The literary society had its first program Saturday afternoon. It will meet regularly each Saturday at 3 :30 p. m. The following officers have been elected: President, Joe L. Clark ; vicepresident, Carl Nance ; secretary, Verna Owen 5 treasurer, Iva Norton; sergeant-at-arms,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

*•— BBS? TUS BRAND Try a pair of Bloch Bros*, pants sold bj William & Harrison. 36tf Barclay Bell vas in from his Castro county sheep ranch Tuesday after supplies. Oysters served in any style in our parlors. Also ham and eggs. Give ipe a trial. B. T. Hintoo. 36tf Do you want a fall or winter suit? If so, see C. L. Davis next door to Witherspoon & Cough's office. 28tf Mrs. A. H. Patton left Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and J4rs. W. T. Gracey, who reside at Caddo. Go to W. W. Meeks for watch and jewelry repairing. He also carries a nice stock of watches and jewelry for sale. 13tf N. Hollingsworth, one of the can- didates for treasurer of Castro county, made The Brand office a pleasant call Monday. Boys we can fit you all in hats. We carry the largest line of Stetscn hats in Hereford. • 36tf Williams & Harrison. J. M. Garner went to Plainview Monday, called there by a telephone message to the effect that his brother was very low with pneumo- nia. For Sale at a b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

m BfcANfb Mess r.n i 'tnw <r r~ It it If PROFESSIOHflL 88BDS. 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 Gou|h & 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. T. J. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offers his professional services to the people of Hereford and surround- ing country. Calls promptly at- tended. Charges reasonable. . Obstetrics and catarrhal diseases a specialty. Office at store, next door to Search- light. Phone 105. WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATT0RN2YS-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 JNO. P. SLATON • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW (Over ten years experien...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1902

THE # BRAND MEDICATED SALT = MEDICATED SALT Tie SIMOS" Lile m Fdul 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. Destroys 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 Greaiesi Trinity ot lit ü O 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 ...

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

. / tub* •crl «tdH Hi Per ?•« $1.00 6 Months .50 3 " .35 IK CLUOT or i x To six different addresses, $5.00 A4« it,:';'-" Display, 25 cents per inch. Nodis* counts for time or space. Local r^ tciing no- tices, lOcenibpar line, each inser- tion. TfcRMS, £A£H fN ADVANCE Address all busi- ness comfmuaica- tions and make all remittavaes pay- able to Tía Brand Hereford, T*xas Entered April 17, 1902. as econd^cias« *m*il STatteV, post ofi\ce. at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 7, 1902 No. OS 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 WHEN IN NEED OP Harvesting Machinery REMEMBER THAT THE McCORMICK IS THE ONLY CORN HARVESTER THAT Binds in a Vertical Position Raises and Lowers from both sides Uses no BUTTER lias tHe greatest Band Adjustment Has no side draft and is the LONGEST LIFE MACHINE on the market FOR SALE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

".m-i.uiiwuii ijipi.ijiimiiiijuiiiHijji. THE # BRAND XIT LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP At $3 to $4 per acre and up ryt ACCOUNT OF THE CAPITOL SYN- U 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 best part of the 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- i —j—i provements which make 1 \ Jt ^ ^ in the pan. handle. Improvements on land purchased will be sold to the purchaser at the actual cost to the Company. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of this great ranch has been sold and it will be only a few months Jts an ¡nventmmnt to thm Small Stock Farmer until the stock farmer of one or two sections 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 ...

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

THE # BRAND 4 i- \\ Vi ;V ■H jounji loai \ * [3 J. F. Ward was a visitor in town Tuesday. W. S. Files returned Monday from a business trip to Amarillo. C. E. McLean was in from his Castro county ranch Tuesday. Meeks now has the largest display of ladies' and gents' watches in town. 36tf A. S. Gracey and wife were in from their ranch, nine miles east of town, on election day. Give us your order for tailor made suits and pants. Sure fit or no go. 36tf Williams & Harrison. W. A. Hunt came in from his ranch Tuesday in order to exercise his rights as an American citizen. C. V. Walker, who has a model ranch east of town on the Tierra Blanco, was a business caller in town Tuesday. Everything neat and clean at Hinton's oyster parlors. Oysters served in any style. Special accom- modations for private parties. 36tf For Sale at a bargain about 200 head of high grade Durham and Hereford stock cattle, or will let them out to winter. Dr. T. J. Estes. 36tf J. P. Snyder has been awarded the con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

' v; ■' ' ■ '• la-ir.. ELECTION RESULTS In Deaf Smith County in Tabulated Form —How Castro County Went. The result of the state and dis- trict officers, with the exception of the district judge and district at- torney which is given in the tabu- lated report, is as follows : Governor, S. W. T. Lanham, 356 ; lieutenant governor, G. D. Neal, 359 ; attorney general, C. K. Bell, 370 ; comptroller, R. M. Love, 367 ; treasurer, J W. Robbins, 364 ; land commissioner, J. J. Terrell, 365; superintendent public instruction, Arthur Lefevre, 36S ; railroad com- missioner, O. B. Colquitt, 366; judge supreme court, F. A Wil- liams, 366; judge court criminal appeals, W. L. Davidson, 368; judge court civil appeals, Ocie Speer, 368; congressman, John H. Stephens, 369; state senator, D. E. Decker, 375 ; representative, W. B. Ware, 370; for the constitution- al amendment requiring a poll tax receipt before being allowed a vote, 212 ; against the amendment, 40. While tne returns from the differ- ent co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

THE # BRAND HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER. [ * I [S a s 41 Ided lent to kder )ght Ithis the fenty lary lone Intil |dcd red, the toe. on Ight Ition lani- >rd, 56t£ A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. The third school month began Wednesday. Monthly reports will he sent to parents or guardians each month. Miss Evangeline and Ruth ' Han- naford, late of Chicago, matriculated ibis week and are boarding at the Girls' Home. A pleasant evening was spent •Hallowe'en at the Girls' Home by 1 he pupils of the college and other young people of the town. A waterworks system is being put in. The bottom of the tank is to be 18 feet from the ground, which is high enough to run the water to the i;econd story of the dormitory and of the college. The building association pur- chased sis oil stoves to be used until the steam heat is put in. These are greatly appreciated, and together with the ones loaned by friends, add much to the comfort of the Girls' Home. For Sale. A well improved place in Here- f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

w be asas® THE # BRAND Again we say incorporate! In- orporate!! INCORPORATE!!! The "Salt River" men can con- gratulate themselves on one thing— hey had a beautiful day to take i heir sail. Your support for incorporation is a duty you owe to the health of yourself and of those around you, Hereford has a reputation for morality—she should also have a r eputation for cleanliness. Give your undivided support to Hereford and her enterprises. Pat- ronize your home merchants in all things, for it is them to whom you '.ook when in need of finances for >rour different contributions. Now that the everyone work election is over let for the upbuilding of Hereford and the surrounding fountry. One of the greatest move- ments toward the upbuilding Hereford would be incorporation. of Hereford needs electric lights, a water works system and more side- walks. Do you, as citizens, wish to assist in securing these enterprises? If so, help to secure incorporation. Without incorporation these needed e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

THE # BRAND a the in- to of for cían nsus ure, sties t of be t is lary the or in- )ts kn K p iwwwwywwwwwwwwwwywv II TIE GmZERS OF HEBEFOBD HMD SURROUNDIHG GODITBT SDRHOmnilB GOflNTRT 1I It gives me pleasure to announce that I havs leased the entire Dr. Johnson block, and am now making preparations to enlarge my office to better accomodate my patrons and facilitate my work. There are hundreds of better equipped offices in the Uuited States than mine, but I have the best equipped office on the Plains of Texas and the best this side of Fort Worth, and if my practice is an index to my reputation as a DENTIST I am perfectly satisfied with it. As a first-class mechanic I am prepared and qualified, also, to see the defects in a piece of work and will not let it leave my parlors unless it is perfect. Why? Because my reputation is at stake and it is my stock in trade, and I am going to protect it. How is the best way to protect it? Is it by trying to cast reflections on some other dentist's ...

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

y y ¡toBSa . ¡sgjOltmíkéiiKt^ THE # BRAND M M M & 250 Ladies' and Misses' Fascinators F i ' v. '* < -f-'t '4*38? • * ¥ A <5 And Children's Hoods bought at 66 2-3c on the dollar, and you will find them on dis- Jj j¡ play in our store marked in plain figures and we will sell them one-third off from the ► ■< regular price. i! i OUR HOME ■mm We now have our immense stock of dry goods in bur new brick building, where we have plenty of room and light, which enable us to display our goods to much better advantage than formerly. As has been ot-r custom in the past, we will continue to provide our patrons with the most up-to-date goods in the best of qualities and at prices which, while they will mean small profits to us, are calculated to bring us a vol- ume of business, such as is enjoyed by no other dry goods firm in the Panhandle. < ¡LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS To show you that we are wide awake for all bargains in the market, we have just purchased 100 ladies' tailor-made ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

# BRAND Dr. Gough has purchased a new buggy for making his many calls. Just received, a car of fresh Al- batross flour at Cardwell Bros. 32-21 T. D. Hunt returned Wednesday from a visit among Gainesville friends. Wanted—Plain and fancy sewing and dressmaking. Miss Ella Hodges. 20-tf As usual Old Santa Claus wih have headquarters at Gough & Davis' drug store. 37tf We guarantee our Giesecke boots and shoes to be the best on the market. Williams & Harrison. 36tf Louis Arnold was in town election day and improved his visit by be- coming a paid-up subscriber to The Brand. If your eyes give you trouble go to Meeks for glasses. Many times headaches are relieved by proper use of spectacles. 13tf Gough & Davis have placed a ñne new cigar case in the entrance of their dvug store in which they have a ñne line of cigars. Oh gloves we are chief. We -carry full line of mens' and boys' gloves 25c to $2.50 per pair. 1 36tf Williams & Harrison. C. P. Johnson, a prospector from Hill c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1902

THE # BRAND FROM TEXICO. Interesting Items From the New Town on the Mexico Border. Mark McCracken came in today after supplies. A rain a frost and quite a freeze all in the last thirty-six hours. M. O. Meeks is making consider- able improvements on his restaurant this week. J. P. Harding and W. L. Wilson of Hereford were, prospecting here this week. E. Shapbell has purchased some business lots and will put up a good building at once. Don A. Sweet, traffic manager, was here Sunday looking after busi- ness for the "Pea Vine." George Franklin of Robertson county, Texas, is visiting his brother, W. M. Franklin. The contract for building the cut- off to Texico has been let and we are looking for dirt to commence flying any day. Our old friend J. S. Wyche, assessor of Deaf Smith county, paid us a short visit today, but long enough to get several voters. R. A. Tally, our new merchant is getting in an up-to-date stock of general merchandise. He comes here well recommended and we pre- dict f...

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