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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

i#4' ;■ i €) ¿í'Y'irív I i . M m 9) • Í.M f) m I. I f) The Hereford Brand Vol. 4 HEREFORD, TEXAS. SEPTEMBER. 30, 1904 No. 33 ABOUT FOUR INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN THIS VICINITY THIS WEEK OUR GRAND MILLINERY OPENING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 30TH AND OCT. 1ST Everybody is invited to attend the opening. Our hats are the latest styles and patterns. We bought all our Hats and Millinery goods from the most reliable houses in Chicago and St. Louis, therefore, we know the styles and prices are right. Ladies' hats from $1.00 up. Misses' and Children's hats from 50 cents up. During these two days we will make special prices on the following goods: DRESS GOODS Standard Prints, in patterns of 10 yds. or less, regular price 6 cents, special price 4C Half Wool Henriettas, 36 to 38 inches wide, reg- ular price 35 cents, special price 20 to 25c All Wool Henriettas, 40 inches wide, regular price 65 cents per yard, special price 55c Fine Imported Broadcloth, sold elsewhere at SI.25, special price 95c A...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

1 THE HEREFORD BRAND I Í-- V ' * All Our School Supplies Have Arrived NEW MEXICO OIL FIELDS. successfully averie d any excit cment for the reason that other wheats so icr"oosit:" *■ and his done awhile, however, ev Several of Hereford's Leading Citi- ablishir.£ a con- mills may find it a zens Interested in the Project. fidence and sir.c-.-ri ty and good faith nish a mill esnecia Increased interest in the cil pro- 0: those who are b ■<ck of the d ct 1. this wheat when a s ject, now in the embryo, is rapidly As affairs prc^res s. more is grad- ' can be obtained, developing into the chrysilis stage ually known, ar.d r vhile little, i f any- 1 bound to be it. great and if reports are true, it will be thing, can be lean .ed from the year as tast as its only a matter of a few weeks until meters themselve s. logical ccn- : better known. the beautiful butter-fly, which will elusions can be irawn from their "We have now be a full-sired oil boom, will be actions which sho^ beyond all dcubt...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

r\ THE HEREFORD BRAND HOLD CATTLE. a Q \0 O ft Prices Will Be Better After Elec- tion—Breeding of High Grade Cattle Encouraged. The following article, prepared for the Texas Stockman-Journal by A. E. DeRicqles, will be of interest to the cattle owners of this section : Did you ever sit on the fence at the Chicago stock yards and see your 1,200-pound, well bred range beef steer sell for less than three fifty "with a few out"? That leaves mighty little poetry in the business and no profit, and causes a man to swear softly to himself and whittle a notch in Leonard's fence to work on again next year, perhaps while watching Billy Leavitt out of the corner of his eye. Well, I have been dowii there for several days watching them sell eight hun- dred of our beef and I am going back again next Monday to try it over again, and to those who have been down there what can I say, and to those who are coming to get in the same boat, what can I tell more than take your medicine and stay with it if ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND The Brand A number of county seat towns on the plains are instituting what are known down in Central Texas as "First Mondays" or "Estray Sale . I Days" which occur on the first Mon- Offlci.i Orrf n tor D. f Smith day of each month. These days Publlshmd Every Friday Bv RAY. GOOGER ® TZO. and Castro Count! ! Entered April 17, 1901, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price SI.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904- ANNOUNCEMENTS have some objectionable and some commendable features, and before any community establishes a custom which is to last for years and per- ! haps for ages, all the good and bad which that custom carries with it j should be carefully weighed in the I balances and let the decision be made accordingly. There has been I some talk of such a move in Here- ford, but as yet nothing done. If A uniform rate of $10 will be re- j we were asked to decide the questio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

«F*sív-. •. ™:' W " "W V'j" «*• • * vv ..¿> ■ THE HERFORD BRAND '§> O) Cfi t*3 tfi </} tf) tf) V) +J -4-) +J +J -M +J -M c c c c c c c CD 0) 1> 1> D 0> 1> UU<JU<J<JU JO 10 in ic in IQ1^ Vfi ?•>."; J- W f7 u .*5/3 Q.Cdj « A/ bf OCtfn DR. W. J. ROGERS physician and surgeon Special attention given to diseases of children. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m. and 8 to 10 p. m. Calls answered day or night. Residence 'phone No. 77. Office at T. M. COULSON & CO., drug store. SHORT LOCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. G. L. Abbott of Umbarger was in town Monday. W. B. Phillips of the North Draw is in town today. J. P. Snyder had business in Bovina Tuesday. If its home-made sorghum you want, see A. H. Elliston. 33-2t J. J. Myers, who lives east of town, came in Tuesday after Sup- plies. Joe Thomas shipped a car of fat cattle to the Kansas City market Saturday. On page six of this issue will be found the display...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

. \A v THE HEREFORD BRAND * CALL AND SEE US. OUR GOODS AND PRICES WILL ATTRACT* «8 S 4$ 43 4? 43 4* 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 Our new arrivals of Dress Goods are up-to-date and of the latest and newest patterns that can be found in the market. See the most superb line of Autumn and Winter stock of Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes carried in the city. We handle a line of first-class Buggies and Wagons to- gether with a full line of Farming Implements, Hardware, Cooking and Heat- ing* Stoves—hard or soft coal burners. Come now and avoid the rush. WATCH NEXT ISSUE FOR PRICES IN THIS SPACE D. R. GASS & SONS, Hereford, Texas to ít to to to to to to s to to to 8 to $ to to HEREFORD'S NURSERY. There are at Present About 120,000 Trees Growing at the Nursery. While the public at large is not aware of the magnitude of the Here- ford Nursery, we feel safe in saying that, to those who have made per- sonal investigations, there are no more important enterprises i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND ML C. P. Estes, M. D. G. F. LeGrand, M. D. Phone 82 Phone 138 ESTES & LeGRAND physicians and surgeons Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. .39. HEREFORD, TEXAS. RASCHBAUM & MAGNENAT Amarillo, Texas Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. In Hereford the ist of each month W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases and deformities of the mouth Prices goverued by services rendered Office at Hereford Dental Parlors it: the G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone 65 Residence 18 Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson attorkeys-at-law rfal estate and insurance notary iii office Office next door to Bank Hereford ... - Texas Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 A. J. Lipscomb had business in Bovina Saturday. Miss Imo Gass visited at Umbar- ger Saturday and Sunday. A. H. Elliston returned Saturday i from a business trip to New Mexico...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 September 1904

THE flBUFORD BRAKD A nice rain fell on the night of the 37th. Rev. B. K. Monroe filled hit regular appointment Sunday. Chas. Roberson purchased 100 2-year-old steers from W. P. Mc- Minn last week. Dr. C. P. Estes was called to see the infant babe of D. B. Roberson on Sunday evening. Finis Blair who has been working at the well business around Amarillo was at Boom Sunday. Mrs. T. J. Sims and children of Versells, Missouri, are visiting her parents, Z. T. Clifton, and family Miss Edwards, who is teaching the literary school at Boom, visited her brother, C. E. Edwards, at the capital of Deaf Smith Sunday. Harry Clifton took the train Sun- day for Bovina, where he will begin work for Rhea Bros. Harry is one of our best boys and we hate to see him leave the community. R. L. Wilson and Herbert Odell went to Louis Arnold's on the 26th to get seed wheat. Mrs, Wilson ac- companied them and they spent the day with the much esteemed and noted young bachelor. The Brand Gets Better. West Point, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

Vol. 4 HEREFORD >, TEXAS, OCTOBER 7, 1904 No. 84 THE TRUCK GROWERS' OF DEAF SMITH COUNTY HAVE ORGANIZED ———j— .. .1.1 . ' ,i "i YOU CERTAINLY WILL NEED A STOVE THIS WINTER I The big sales day and grand openings of last Friday and Saturday are convincing proof to us that our prices, although legitimate, are right, by the hearty trade which we were the happy recipients of on that occasion, we fell that it will be use- less for us to quote prices, nevertheless, we will quote you a fe^ prices on Cooking and Heating Stoves. HEATING STOVES Stoves that were worth $4.00, now.-....,.., $ 2.50 Stoves that were worth $8.00, now., 5.50 Air-tight Heaters, were worth $12.00, now., 10.00 Air-tight Heaters, were worth $14.00. now 12 .OO Hot Blast Heaters, were worth $13.00, now 11. Oo COOKING STOVES $18.00 No. 8 Cook Stove ............... $16.00 $20.00 No. 8 Steel Cook Stove...;.... ....... 18.00 $22.50 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove \ 20.OO $25.00 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove..4. , 22.50 Good Coal Hod, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

■ppbüp y*,^" ■' >: vm ' «tí i nun w tft* [♦MÍM'M'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'M'I'I : ♦ < We are expecting a supply of Maga- ; « -f g zines and periodicals in every day. In the meantime our stock of books will be complete and we would be glad to sell or rent you one of the latest novels of the day. ":vV M \ M. COULSON <SL CO. \ 3| ••• Druggists... < X X X X XXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Melon Cutting. On Tuesday evening of (hi* wpek' Mrs. J. A. Williams entertained the young people of Hereford at her home m the vest part of town. The leading function of the evening was a melon cutting on the beautiful lawn, adjacent to the residence, in which all took part with a large de- gree Of enjoyment. The novel way in which partners were chosen de serves special mention. Leaves of different kinds of trees were placed in hats and passed around and part- ners had to matoh leaves. Besides this feature of the entertainment, interesting but innocent games and social converse were indulged in till a late ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

mWW' I I 'M 1 1 m ■ H1 wmé1 * ¡ül W\ i&wfi W> TREE BLAHTING ADVISED. Mr. Kellogg Believes Evaporation Would Be Greatly Diminished By the Planting of Forest Trees. "If the farmers of Western Kan- sas know what is good for them they will plant more trees," said Royal S. Kellogg special agent of the bureau of forestry, today. Mr. Kellogg has just returned to Wash- ington after am investigation of the condition in that section, which, he says, showed clearly that the farm- ers there are neglecting their own interests because the£ are not pay- ing enough attention to the develop- ment of forest reserves. He stated that after studying the existing tree growth, and the conditions of topog- raphy, soil and climate, he has been convinced that forest planting in Western Kansas would improve agricultural conditions, increase crop yields and contribute to the comfort of the farmers generally. . "The great need of the Western Kansas farmer is more moisture," said Mr. Kellogg. * 'Happily i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

April 17, MOL m •econd-clm m.ü matter, post office at Hereford, Ton, Act of Congress of Much 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 *9°4- announcements A uniform rate ot$10 will be re- quired of each candidate announcing for public office, the- announcement to be accompanied by the cash. This fee covers printing name on ticket. FOR COUNTY JUDGE FOR SHERIFF AHD COLLECTOR J. T. INMON W. B. PHILLIPS R. N. MOUNTS GEORGE CLOYD FOR COUHTY CLERK W. B. BEACH FOR COUHTY TREASURER C. L. DAVIS P. R. PURCELL F0RFT^A^50R ml fordly A. STEWART KENDRICK COMMISSIONER PRECINCT a T. M. PALMER ■n castro county FOR COtUNTY JUDGE M. F. BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR . W. S. DIXON FOR COUNTY TREASURER GEO. W. IRWIN COMMISSIONER PRECINCT i W. A. TATE A. P. EATON MwHr, We publish elsewhere in this is- sue a list of those who paid their subscription to the Brand , during the month of September. This list shows that there were 103 renewals, many of whom responded to our call...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

¿%t ' mm ü arfer<< Hp ipK HR& BRAND BBSS* I ' • IBS ■'■ ■ ■■>■ g 2282JQ88 f 1 b # ¡¿311* o9«JJZ iü-:'?-: X-.-.ííí DR. W. J. ROGERS physician and surgeon Special attention given to diseases of children. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m. and 8 to 10 p. m. Calls answered day or night. Residence 'phone No. 77. Office at T. M. COULSON & CO., drug store. SHORT LOCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Big offer at H. L. Powe's. 2t If its home-made sorghum you want, see A. H. Elliston. 33-2t Jno. Droak and Judge C. F. Kerr were business visitors from Dimmitt today. _j ___ Pure white new crop of Uvalde comb honey at Stambaugh & Lips- comb's. IStf Everyone friendly in Hereford and the College should be present at the College entertainment next Thurs- day night. J. W. Alexander, Dimmitt's drug- gist, returned Wednesday from Ft. Worth where he went with a bunch of cattle. The Bargain Store can show you 24 different styles of blank...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

HSR ¿ . i¡0r^ áSli NOTICE! For the next two weeks I will give attractive dis- counts on all classes of work for cash. Will be absent after the tenth or fifteenth of October for two or three weeks. Am prepared to extend credit, but will require accounts amounting to over $10.00 fto be closed with note. My office •*,. _ ^ after tiiit All work m guaran W. £. NMVM Panhandle News Imiii m §, The Amarillo public school opened Monday morning. Reports come from Chillicothe to the effect that there will be about 15,000 acres of wheat planted in that vicinity this fall. A revival was closed at Memphis last week with about 130 conversions. On Monday morning of this week, the wholesale and retail grocery of T, M. Holt at Vernon was closed for the benefit of creditors. ' A petition, signed by nearly 300 Voters, was presented to the county judge of Childress county last Sat- urday, asking for a prohibition elec- tion to be held some time in. Novem- ber. The Denver Road officials an- nounce that on...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

THE HEREFORD BRAND «I# PHOFES81QI0L MS. C. P. Estm, V Phone 82 M. D. á¿-<- G. F. LeGrand, M. D. Phone 138 Phone ESTES & LeGRAND physicians and surgeons Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. physician and surgeon Office at T. M. Coulson & Co.'s Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. Hereford, texas. RASCHBAUM & MAGNENAT Amarillo, Texas Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. In Hereford the ist of each month W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases and deformities of the mouth Prices goverued by services rendered Office at Hereford Dental Parlors in the G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone 65 Residence 18 Witherspoon, Gough & Dodson 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 JNO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office in Western National Bank. Hereford. Texas. School supplies at Burns &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 7 October 1904

. * ' THE ORD BRAND áf?" „. __,, JIPBRHI ► ■ . tsp.;? , •>¿í ^xV- . ========= OA MATTERS BOOM. in Oil Fields Make Rapid Progresa. Matters in the development of the new oil fields which have been con ducted in the Rocky Arroya and Seven Rivers district for the past two years are now assuming definite shape, and the efforts, which have been so persistently pursued for that length of time, on the part of the ; are just about to be real- promoters Those who have been back of the scheme have been inspired by the most confident feeling that the indi- cations were the most promising of any that have been found in this country. The surface indications supported by the geological forma, tion have been examined by a num- ber of the best oil experts obtainable, and it was their unanimous decision that oil existed in this field, and that too, in untold quantities. It has been an open secret in this community for some time past that a company composed of California cap- italists were busy fil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

.xmmM Vol.4 HEREFORD OCTOBER 14.1904 No. 35 COUNTY HAS LET THE CONTRACT FOR A MODERN JAIL A STOVE THIS WINTER The big sales day and grand openings of last Friday ahd Saturday are convincing proof to us that our prices, although legitimate, are right; by the hearty trade which we were the happy recipients of on that occasion, we fell that it will be use- less for us to quote prices, nevertheless, we will quote you a few prices on Cooking and Heating Stoves. T HEATING STOVES Stoves that were worth $4.00, now $ 2.50 Stoves that were worth $8.00, now * 5«5O Air-tight>Heaters, were worth $12.00, now........ lO.OO ht Heaters, were worth $14.00, now 13 .OO Hot ■-tight ] t Blast Heaters, were worth $13.00, now. 11. Oo COOKING STOVES $18.00 No. 8 Cook Stove i........*...: $20.00 No. 8 Steel Cook Stove $22.50 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove.. !....„ $25.00 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove . 22 Good Coal Hod. worth 35 cents, now 23c Slf.OO 18.00 20.00 t.SO SIX INCH STOVE PIPE, WORTH 20 CENTS, NOW R. GASS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

•íiíiÉ• 'ii— HEREFORD BRAND [ODICALS MAGAZINE® „ BOOKS f¡ gBM'M'X'HI'1'I'I'I'I'I'I'M'I'I'I'I'I'X'^ We are expecting a supply of Maga- zines and periodicals in every day. In tlie meantime our stock of books will be of 5$¡ complete and we would be glad to sell or rent you one of the latest novels of the j If! day. j T. M. COULSON <81 CO. \ ••• xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx p ft/ Sfcx ' • V ■ mmi DURUM WHEAT Best Suited to Localities Subject to Drouth Periods. The following, issued by the de- partment of agriculture and taken from the Ft. Worth Record, will be of interest to those interested in wheat culture: The department of agriculture has just issued a very interesting bulle- tin on durum wheat, the new hard variety to which considerable atten- tion has already been paid in Texas, and which, on account of its pe- culiar adaptability to the manufac- ture of macaroni, has heretofore been called macaroni wheat. The word "durum*' means "hard," and the authors of the department's bul- letin, M. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

il / , s (it * i * * . tú*: •, * ON TREE PLANTING. The Pall Season the Most Suitable Time in a Semi-Arid Climate. The following article, prepared for the Farm & R^nch by H. B. Geer of Nashville, Tenn., contains Valuable information about planting futes¿ Our fruit trees, our vines and our flowers are the surest tokens of our civilization. "And he planted him a vineyard"—this was said of Noah, cur progenitor, under Adam; and all along down through the ages unto this day, has the man of thought,the man of hope and of home love, planted vines and trees for his pleas- ure and his comfort, and for the joy i>f those who may live after him. The thought and the desire to prop- agate and expand comes naturally <rith the first warm breath of spring time, and it is then that the majority if those so inspired do their plant- And yet* there is another sea- -_ ■—flniiiiirtlM now - «when one may well plant to advantage. foung orchards; : have it either end a¿ (he col [the, snow o| IHe * i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

;■ .' '-*mM¡ v " ' ' - ; m<y- k| • §.v Br,,'-'* THE HKUVORD BRAND 4 'MMm'&V:; kh PROHIBITION AND POLITICS. PmétUM Mmmrjt Wrtdmy ■ MAT. OOOCKR A CO. Ofgm i ú CMlro for Dm/ ltfc CmbIIM Xaten4 April 17, 1901, m wcond-elMS audi matter, pott offlce at «•«ford, T Act of CongMM of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IV ADVANCE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 *9®4- announcements A uniform rate of $10 will be re- iy,j public office, the — to be accompanied by the cash. This foe covers printing name on ticket FOR COUNTY JUDGE W. H. RUSSELL * A. J. LIPSCOMB FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR < W:¿ R. N.MOUNTS E CLOYD , FOR TAX ASSESSOR J.S.WYCHE T. W. FORD A. STEWART T. M. PALMER COUNTY rOK COOTTY JUDGE M. F. BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR W. S. DIXON FOR COUNTY TREASURER GEO. W. IRWIN COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 il(tT. A. TATE rAV P. EATON The writer made a trip last week and this to North Texas and on re- turning home could not help but draw a contrast between that country and this. There, mo...

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