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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1902

The m brand *« Local News ; Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf We are having fine weather now. Subscribe £or this paper and pay for it—$1.50 E. Carter was in from his ranch last Friday on business. E. L. Mangum, one of the North Draw ranchmen, was in town Satur- day. T. S. Watts, a Castro county ranchman, was a business caller in town Saturday. We have a new Netzow piano which we will sell cheap. Call and try it at Beach & Orr's. Stf Clifford Slayton, one of the North Draw's young stock farmers, was a business caller in town last Friday. Troy Womble is offering his fine registered Hereford bull for sale at a bargain, will stand him until sold. 2tf H. P. D. Howard of the —8 ranch Sundayed at the Hereford House. He left Monday for a business trip to Dimmitt. We have a quantity of old type at this office which makes excellent bab- biting metal for windmills, etc., for sale at 10c per pound. 48tf We have just received another new job press and are better equipped than ever for turni...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1902

. - ,V .. 'r THt # BKAND Local ^ News .. : • 'l'^nSíV ^ ^•''iv-íí. ..• • : "V'.v I | Hereford | Mercantile jj Company S oePRICES THAT PLEASE^ 3 doz. misses' jackets, formerly $2.25, 3 do*. Jersey over shirts, formerly $1.00, 2 doi. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .50, 2 doz. Jersey over shirts, formerly $ .60, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $3.00, 2 doz. mackintoshes, formerly $7.00, 2 doz. King K overcoats, formerly $6.00, 2 doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, 1^ doz. duck overcoats, formerly $3.50, 1 j doz. duck overcoats, formerly $1.65, 1 doz. good duck overcoats, formerly $1.25, | doz. duck overcoats, formerly $5.00, now $1.75 now .75 now .40 now .50 now 2.10 now 5.25 now 4.50 now 2.65 now 2.75 now 1.30 now 1.00 now 3.75 M The Leading H Mercantile House Of the Panhandle M 4 M ► 4 M Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Sam Wise of Dimmitt was in town Tuesday. Frank Vaughn, sheriff of Castro county, was a pleasant caller in town Wednesday. We are sole agents for the gen- uine MaitUn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1902

THE # BRAND POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. in. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of tTain. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimmitt at 12:00 m. " " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a. m. Ar. Endee " at 8 p. m. Lv. Endee Tuesdays-Saturdays at 6 a. m. Ar. Hereford " at 8 p. m. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf Dyer & Sons, the lumber dealers, have a new adv in this issue. W. B. Hamilton, one of Castro county's ranchmen, was in town Tuesday after supplies. W. A. Tate, Dimmitt's enterpris- ing liveryman and hospitable host, was in town Tuesday after supplies. Wanted—Highest cash price paid for chickens and turkeys. Write T. F. Griffy, Amarillo, Texas. 4-12t •Garris...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 4 April 1902

THE. # ft RAND Complete and Up-to-date in Low Prices shall be our if you are not now a Customer. Prices Everything in our Store are fully Every Particular. Good Goods and Bid for Trade. Give us a Trial, and Quality on Guaranteed Remember We handle the Celebrated If they rip, bring them' back and get a new pair wwmmn ATTENTION On Monday, April 7th, we will sell 10 yards of calico for 35c., and 10 yards of lawn, a dress pattern, for 30c. Only one pattern each to person. Galbreath, Fox Company * - ' MEN'S CLOTHING No. 3867 all wool grey spring suits worth $7.50, for $5.00 No. 9584, all wool light grey spring suits worth $8.oo, for $5.50 No. 3872, Scotch stripe, all wool worth $9.00, for $6.50 No. 9599, all wool French serge worth $10.50, for $7.00 No. 78x1, all wool clay worsted worth $12.50, for $8.50 No. 46x4, Scotch goods worth $7.50, for $4.75 A big line of men's spring pants from $1.00 to $4.50 DRESS GOODS An elegant line of silk zephyrs, mercer- ized chambries and pongees for 25c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

Weekly Devoted to the Interest of the Handle Sab. •cri «ton R«<«« Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 IN CLUBS or FIVE To live different addresses, $5.00 A4- «•rtisiná RalM Display, 25 cents per inch. Nodia- counta for time oi space. Local reading no- tices, 10cents per line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Addreaa all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Th« Brand Hereford, Texas Entered at the Post Office at Hereford, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS. APRIL 11. 1902 No. a A11 Over the Panhandle Canyon City will soon use fuel oil. A literary society has been organ- ized at Floydada. The Daily Champion is a new venture at Amarillo. The only saloon in Sherman county closed last week. All the former city officers of Clarendon were re-lected. Henrietta's electric light plant is now run by Beaumont oil. An addition is being built to the Methodist church at Clarendon, A runaway horse at Childress caused tome dam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

TME # BRAND RETURNED HOME. Sam F. Dunn, the Ctttle Inspector, Again Greets Old Friends. Sam, F. Dunn, the popular and efficient cattle inspector, returned to Hereford on Saturday after an absence of about four months on the plains, where he succeeded in fann- ing an inspection association con- sisting of two hundred and sixty-two cattlemen, who have employed him to see that no cattle in their brands are shipped from points on the P. V. R. R. Mr. Dunn is representing^ one hundred and twenty thousand cattle and will without doubt add over one hundred more men to híé association within the next^ryfl*< ty days who represent in the .aggregate over one hundred thousand cattle. The Brand joins Mr. Dunn's many friends in congratulating him upon the success of his new enter- prise. One thing is certain—past experience has taught the cattlemen owning cattle along the trails which lead to the shipping points of the Pecos Valley railroad that with such a competent and painstaking in- spector...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

7 '+ ' BAND ORGANIZED. 0 lh- ;d Lat 111 Jh, |he in I to tes ill lia 52. Ion r |ne to km [ys tes ;r. Í Officers Are Elected—Will Consist of Seventeen Members. The members of Hereford's new band met on Monday evening and elected the following officers: President J. M. McGlothlin ; vice- president, R. F. Holloway; sec- retary, L. G. Dameron; assistant secretary, Allen G. Bell; treasurer, S. C. Wilson; janitor, Claud Wither- spoon; finance committee, W. E. Rush, R. F. Holloway and Cbnner Jowell. The band will start out under the best of auspices, as their instruments are of the best made—the Cohn instruments of Elkhart, Ind. which ariived Wednesday. The band will meet for practice in the school house on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- days of each week. As many of the members are experienced in the band business Instructor Strain ex- pects that by the time three months have elapsed the boys will be com- petent to appear in public and render some exceedingly fine music. Our business men sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

ttt£ ^ BRAND j* * ** jt j* j* j* j« jt Ji J J* jl j* Jt Jt Jt For the Stockman The greatest stock raising country in the world, with a direct transportation route above the southern quarantine line to and from all markets and the great pasture lands of the west and northwest For the Homeseeker Cheap farming and grazing lands in the Panhandle of Texas Lands under irrigation in the Pecos Valley of New Mexico, producing the finest fruits, melons, alfalfa, celery, garden produce, etc., etc. Business opportunities of all kinds in a new and prosperous country For the Healthseeker A climate already famous for its health promoting qualities Altitude not too high, air purr and dry, temperature even, with no extremes of heat or cold And the pleasure seeker will find something to see and something to do Pecos Valley Lines j jt jt jt Jt j* j* j* jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt DON A. SWEET Traffic Manager AVERY TURNER General Manager AMARILLO, TEXAS jt jt jt jt jt Jt jt jt jt jt jt jt jt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

THE # m re- [he th MRS. C. W. MILLS DEAD. A Highly Respected Citizen of Deaf Smith County Pastes Away Saturday. Once more we are called upon to chronicle the death of one of Deaf Smith county's roost respected of citizens. This time it is the family circle of Mrs. C. W. Mills which has been broken by the Divine power, in the person of that lady, who resided about eighteen miles northeast of town. On Saturday she was around as usual with apparent good health. After supper she went to bed and at about ten o'clock it was noticed that she was breathing somewhat heavily. Members of the family went to her aid but could give her no relief and at eleven o'clock she was no more. Her husband died about two years ago quite as suddenly as did she. Her remains were taken to Ama- rillo for interment, which took place on Sunday. Besides a large circle of friends she leaves seven children to mourn her demise. BEACH & ORR SELLS. Loveless & Black Are the New Proprietors of Hereford's Furnitur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

it*- THE *■ BRAND The Search for Truth CHrftstianity Viewed in the Light of Modern Science It is thm ¿lory of God ta concMl a thlntfi but thm honor e/ kin^t &• to H rch out a matter. Provmrba jcjcoi* " Even now, after eighteen centuries of Christianity, we may be involved in some enormous error, of which the Christianity of the future will make us ashamed."—Vinet. MAN is by nature a devotional creature. He must worship something. This truth finds a practical demonstration in the history of all peoples, in every country and in every age of the world. This in- herent attribute of the soul has furnished the major premise in the standard theological argument in favor of the existence of a God. The modern denominational school equips the pupil with the old stock argument that "the mind of man cannot conceive an object of desire the means for the attainment of which are not somewhere in ex- istence." Therefore, there roust be an object of worship. It will be re- membered that Socrates...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

1 \ THE # BRAND le It rard CONFEDERATE VETERANS Met on Wednesday Night at the Office of Dr. R. M. Johnson. A number of Confederate Veterans met last Wednesday evening at the office of Dr. R. M. Johnson for the purpose of taking preliminary steps toward organizing a camp at this place. There are about twenty-five of these veterans of the civil war living in this vicinity and a very respectable camp could and will be organized probably in the near future. On the afternoon of Saturday, May 3, another meeting will be held in the court house and all members of the Confederate army are invited and requested to be present, as at this meeting plans will be formulated for the organization of a camp. At Wednesday evening's meeting, preparations were also made for their attendance to Comrade Thomas Witherspoon's funeral. Among those present were Com- rades Col. C. R. Moreman, Noah Taylor, J. M. Hubbard, Dr. W- J. Rogers, L. R. Bassham, E. Hearn, D. C. Williford, W. R. Horn, Dr. R. M. Johnson, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

THE # BRAND [ Local News j& Items I Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf R. N. Mounts was a business cal- ler in town Monday. B. T. Hinton has just reoeived a large supply of fresh candies. 8-2t E. L. Ellis was in from from his South Paloduro Draw ranch on Tues- day. Mrs. R. C. Phansteel and daugh- ter, Miss Nellie, were in town Mon- day doing some trading. For Sale or Trade—My residence property in town. Price $1100. J. D. Files, Hereford, Texas. 8tf We handle Maitland coal from the Broadhead mines at Aguilar, Colo. Hereford Grain & Coal Co. 52t£ Rat Jowell, one of Hereford's breeders of registered Herefords, was in town Monday on business. J. P. Snyder, the contractor, on Monday closed a contract to erect a five-room residence for Mrs. J. H. Stinson. We have just received three cars of wire. Call and get prices, Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Com- pany. Stf A. L. Riding and wife of Ama- rillo came in on Monday's train and are visiting friends in town. Mr. Rid- ing is the treasur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

k THE BRAND ] his Cal- resi- [ere- and will , Icard ' our Lume Stf Dved [rear jnery íild- |ly & >ank [o. is will I rear teler [red. ie, ica- Baa, H let of Is litid, Eke iteed. 1111 Local A ? News a ? Items J. L Maker of High Grade Boots and Shoes. Stockmen's Boots a Specialty* Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All our work guaranteed. Send for Order Blank. Hereford Texas. Well! Well! Well! Yes, that's our business—mak- ing WELLS- Ten years' ex- perience in artesian well work. Full satisfaction guaranteed on all work or no pay. Prices right. Address HEREFORD WELL CO. F. C. Hutchinson, Manager Box 136 Hereford, Texas Or call at the Hereford Manufac- turing Co.'s for full information J. H. Holland CoiMtr i Guarantees all work he takes over- sight of to be done in a good, me- chanical, workmanship-like man- ner. Architectural designs, detail drawings, specifications and con- tracts furnished for costly build- ings. Save time and expense by seeing me at the brown cottage, one bl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

JF-J* mm THE # BRAND Local News Items I. & Loveless ¿r Black New Furniture Store See our Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades and Picture Framings at Special Prices LOVELESS Sr BLACK Furniture Dealers and Undertaken HAVING; recently purchased the/Furniture business of Beach & Orr we wish to place ourselves before the people of Hereford and sur- rounding country. As practical furniture and business men we invite you to call at once and inspect our stock, as we intend to close out in the next two weeks all goods on hand to make room for our Mammoth Stock now on the road. Our intentions are to make our place of business a pride to this locality. We shall do a wholesale as well as retail business. Our Motto Is Low Prices and Qjuick Sales Would add that we will sell you as cheaply as in any place in Texas, and W'll give you as nice line to select from. Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf W. S. Files was in town this week attending court. B. T. Hintoa expects to have his new soda fount...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

THE # BRAMO r— 1 — Local i 7 News a ? Items in, i a Ithe jilo, |ay. •"ox Ion- ices | get I ,, a of | ng lon- Ithe P. )rk rith or |5U sen |ing ler id, on Lble rho of Tom he If us >lf, íes 5ltf Ml "8®. 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 W. E. ROBERTSON DENTIST Prices governed by services rendered Office at Hotel Ritchey WITHERSPOON & GOUGH ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW A REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE Office next door to Bank Hereford .... Tex?s 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 arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. m. STAGE TO DIMMITT. L...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 11 April 1902

THB 4* BRAND IK Complete and Up-to-date in Low Prices shall be if you are not now a Customer. Prices Everything in our Store are fully Remember We handle the Celebrated If they rip bring them back and get a new pair Every Particular. Good Goods and our Bid for Trade. Give us a Trial, and Quality on Guaranteed NEXT MONDAY 14-inch Percale 28-inch Spring Percale per yd 1 Pair 7-foot lace curtains, per pr 6 Spools ClarK's O N T thread 5 Pair Child's BlacR Hose Sizes, 5 to 9, fast colors Galbreath, Fox (& Company MEN'S CLOTHING Ho. 3867, all wool grey spring suits worth $7.50, for $5.00 No. 9584, all wool light grey spring suits worth $8.oot for $5.50 No. 3872, Scotch stripe, all wool worth $9.00, for $6.50 No. 9599, all wool French serge worth $10.50, for $7.00 No. 781 x, all wool clay worsted worth $12.50, for No. 4614, Scotch goods worth $7.50, for $4.75 A big line of men's spring pants from $x.oo t% $4.50 DRESS GOODS An elegant line of silk zephyrs, mercer- ixed chambries aad pon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1902

5 ttb •crlpiiea Rata* Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 in clubs or FIVE To fi*e different addresses, $5.CO A4 vertlsing Hatas Display, 25 cent* per inch. No dis- counts for tinieor A Weekly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas space Local reading no- tices, 10 cents per line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Address sll busi nesa communica tions and make all remittances pay able to ZZZ2Z The Bran4 Hereford, Texas Entered at the Post Office at Hereford, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS. APRIL 18, 1902 No. 9 All Over the Panhandle Lubbock will soon be lighted by electricity. W. W. Sears is building a resi- dence in Runningwater. Amarillo wants a branch of the Federal court located there. J. N. 0. Burson of Silverton will establish a bank at that place. A Mr. Ward is teaching a class in vocal music at Hale Center. Four new brick buildings are to be erected in Vernon in the near future. A Mr. Baker of Snyder will put in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1902

THE. # BRAND rn a . Pulse of the Press A Lie Nailed. Bro. Brookes of the Amarillo Champion thinks he has discovered a vile slander on the Panhandle. He says: We have been heralding abroad the glories of the. Panhandle as the best cow country on earth and all the time it has been a wretched falsehood. The Panhandle is not a cow country. It is only a good old- feshioned farming country after all. Falling In line. Lubbock did away with the lease -law in grand style. We hope that other western counties will fall in line and shake off the shackles which are holding the west down. If the country will all pull together, there is no doubt but that the next legis- lature will bring relief.—Lubbock •Avalanche. The demand for the abrogation of the absolute lease is becoming the crying demand of the times, and there is little doubt but that the matter will be brought to the con- sideration of the next legislature in a manner that will demand action. We'll Vote Yes. At the November election the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1902

THE # BRAND / TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Of the Panhandle Convened Last Week at Clarendon—Report of „ Same. The Panhandle Teaehers Asso- ciation convened at the Clarendon Puplic School building on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12, 1902. The following report of the meeting was sent this paper by one of our friends, which we publish for the benefit of our many readerg who are interested in the education of the youth of the Panhandle. The Association was opened by a song, followed by a prayer by Rev. J. S. Barcus. Mayor I. W. Car- hart made the address of welcome and was responded to by Prof. E. L. Dahoney. The program as designed for the Friday morning session was carried out with the exception of one subject, which was left over for the after- noon discussion. At 2 ;30 p, m. the meeting was again called to order and continued the program for the day. Prof. Davis being absent, the discussion oí his subject was post- poned until Saturday morning, Prof. Ernsberger's discussion being put i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 18 April 1902

THE. J BRAND Local . News A 7 Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf R. Collins was in from his ranch Tuesday after supplies. B. T. Hinton has just reoeived a large supply of fresh candies. 8-2t Sheriff J. T. Inmon returned Tues- day from Amarillo, where he went on official business. For Sale or Trade—My residence property in town. Price $1100. J. D. Files, Hereford, Texas. 8tf We have just received three cars of wire. Call and get prices. Stringfellovz-Hume Hardware Com- pany. 5tf Jark Kartell swelled the The Brand's subscription list this week by sending that paper to his brother and brother-in-law, who reside in McLennan county. For Sale—1 3-4 inch Marcy cyl- inder. Been in use two years. Will sell cheap. Inquire at Johnson & Ferguson's grain store. 8tf W. M. Curfman, a ranchman liv- ing about nine miles southeast of town, was doing business with our merchants on Tuesday last. Remember that we have the larg- est line of agricultural implements in the Panhandle and we will s...

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