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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

T«-, Tear L'..■ — '-■ - v't.*-■Ji'ii .-;,.'Ar.¿' ' / > r. , OCTOBER 20, 1905 WrWH ESS ssrss . le «top to think of the of"Texas, and fewer ¡still that she is an empire within If. We heárd one of our citi- that if there be a stone wall built about be self-sus- * " "irderi is pro- which would con- man's comfort diurnal race, Texas, as was shown by the and well painted sign which h over it. To say that wonder and surprise yes, a tion, to thousands who had heard of the Panhandle to it with what our old geogr wont to call the "Great American Desert," which, to say the it, was a fearful display of ignorance and from the thousands of questi asked by innocent inquirers could only conclude that many mingly living in the dar ages. Asa specimen, one and «arrogant member of the smart set beholding our cotton stalks, cried out "See what fine soeciméta of ■ jpjW-V U 7, G W. DODSON, Cashier SURPLUS $20,000.00 'AL $25, b lines that she is it upon| any country. What as much? of good together with ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

RESOURCES Loans and Overdrafts - $226,403.71 V. S. Bonds and Premiums 26,000.00 Banking Hobse and Fixtures 5,^5.00 Redemption Fund -. - 1,250.00 Cash in Vault and with Banks 59,228.07 $318,556.78 We Want ■ UwU|^p$l|riUÉÉ Condensed Statement MEREF at the close of business, October 17th 1905 jL LIABILITIES Capital Stock - - Surplus and Profits (Met) Circulation - - Rediscounts ' —- DEPOSITS: Individual $221,134.92) Banks - 212.99 J $50,000.00 12,208.87 25,«0.00 10,000.00 $221,347.91 $3*8,55678 We certify that the above statement is correct. We call attention to the steady growth of our hank, and thank the public for their liberal patronage. • Soliciting your business. G. A. F. PARKER, President. y. P. B. FULLER, Cashier. ROSS W. DAVIS, Assistant Cashier. ll To inform 70a that our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries and General Merchandise was never before so complete in all departments as it is at present. We have redoubled efforts this season to make selections that w'll please everyone an...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

in and allow us «— you that we . looked well to interests In se- •eri~l fPH■ at reason- i® ]: 1 1 ís and stock will always complete so to get just what want you only have to ask for it. We invite the public to make our store luarters when in town. Si I® MU, Tllll ■ TBI —ft ' ■ - WWQPI* A % . *®d-; It Change at Stringfellow-Hnme's. Among the important business changes of the week is that at Stringfellow-Hume's hardware store by which L. F. Alby, the manager oí the business at this point for sev- eral years, resigned with a view to engaging in business for himself at some future date. Mr. Alby had asked to be relieved early in the summer but remained with the busi- ness this long that a suitable man- ager might be found to take his piase. Mr. Alby has many warm friends in this part of the Panhandle who will regret to see him retire irom business circles. His successor, L. A. Stroud, of Denton, has had long experience in the hardware business and* with the able assistance of Scott Stri...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

I «Mi I ¡ 4* ► MUUID I v« t: | Raymondville, Texas, Oct. 10, 05. Friend Ray:—I notice in the ftfcAND that there is something doing ' in the Panhandle and from the way you are ail embarking in wheat growing, ^it won't be long before Armour & Co. will cover the Pan- handle with a string of elevators and the story of Kansas will repeat itself. í Developments are taking shape , down our way now also. The big irrigation enterprise organized by B. F. Yoakum of the Frisco System is now under way. The charter has been issued by secretary of State and Chester B. Davis of Dallas em- ployed as Consulting Engineer. 125,000 acres nwned by the syndi cate is to be put under the ditch at once. The company will be known as the American Rio Grande Land and Irrigation Co. and will operate, it is claimed, the largest pumping plant in the world. The water will be lifted in this way about 8 to 13 leet from river to ditches. The land to be irrigated extends from Raymondville south-west back lo the riv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

• 4*¡*' W Mi .■ & •ítf "■ THE MBBSlfoH) BRAHD [y-,: mm "... ■ ■-ii safest mr$f mmmrn :Xim ■. > il is can be at a small cost thereby put in ition as good as r. Let us examine flues and do is neces- best ser- >r the high excel- . J work at the lowest _ prices. We make a lty of enlarging small ...Jures, also of taking city and ranch views. Let me know your wants j* j* MAMIE JOHNSTON Proprietor —- .NEW. 1 have purchased the transfer outfit belonging to Frank Gamble and will be glad to do hauling for the public in general and my former customer! in particular. Headquarters at meat market. W. T. SMITH • ••• FINE • ••• Chickens Are a pleasure to the industrious housewife. I have pure Brown Leghorn Eggs and Chickens for sale at reasonable prices C. T. DOBBINS At Mnkt Market. NEW BAKERY AND RESTAURANT Ii m „ 1 We now h^ve in successful operation both our Bakery and Restaurant and believe we can please the most exact- ing in these departments. Let Us furnish you Freeh Bread and if y...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

SRI PíoftssiDial i Business Girds —'ÜL— S. J. DODSON, LL. M. Law amd Collections Orne* with Gxaves A Ellmton Hereford, - - Texas JHO. P. SLATOW AT fORNBY-AI-LAW Office over T. M. Coulsoo & Co. Hereford, Texas. W. E. ROBERTSON DENTIST Special attention given to diseases and de- formities of the mouth. Prices governed by services rendered. Office at Hereford Den- tal Parlors in the Dameron brick building Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON ft GOUGH attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance NOTARY IN omCK Hereford, - Texas. GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C L. Davis C. B. Oxendine H. H. Hawkins HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY DEALERS IN City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas.' Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. HARVEY CASH real estate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. Dimmitt. Texas BARTON & MILLER Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. W...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 October 1905

„ TEX* mmm Bal .ask s ^ ■-« ■■ ,ra rent houie on la now ready for _ of a . . fttAr* Morgan srmons. His lie second W. D. jy and family are no* Jr new reildenoe which completed. The Frio community attended the circue Monday and the children teamed a great deal about the an- Umli. C. S. Cardwell ie erecting a new dwelling on hie ranch which will add to the value of hie property and the comfort of hit family. School li now in progress at Frio with Mrs. S. V. Harblaon as instruc- tor. The students hate entered upon this year's work with a deter- mination to gain knowledge, as the following yell which they adopted Indicates. Knowledge! Knowing I I our cry I Onward ! Upward I sraru Ho! ho! hoi The school have also adopted the Mowing as their motto "Duty done honor won." The studente are lite proud of the nice patented which are furnished them this They also enjoy and appre- was prt and Atcheson, Misses Annie and Rose Atcheson, and the following resolu- _ That we, the ato _ oí Frio, do expr...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

V S. HEREFORD. T Vol. 5 = 27. 1905 OEM OF T F Our New Fall Stock In Every Department We are now ready to show you anything you may want in Dry Goods,Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. The newest novelties in Dress Goods of every fabric. The celebrated Hamilton Brown line of Boots and Shoes for men, boys, ladies, misses and children. Large line of Thoroughbred and Stetson Hats. New line of Henderson's Corsets. Quilts and Blankets to keep you warm. The newest designs in Milli- nery. Come and let us show you through our different lines. We can and will save you money. Remember everything in our store is marked in plain figures so any child can tell what the goods are worthl We want no de- ception. We are selling honest merchandise at legitimate prices. HEREFORD MERCANTILE CO. HEREFORD.TEXAS CLEO COMMUNITY. t Junior Endeavor. Following is the Junior Endeavor program for Sunday October 29: Topic—Story of Gideon, Judge 6: 11-16, 8"j22-23. Leader—Baldwin Haston. Song,Blessed Assurance, No. 15...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

HOW Wmt BRAND A TRIE. ; , < . v, ■ ra! . much on pinjudi. No doubt they >11 get >r people but we mean daring life. Ia his leisure ... ......st seldom puts in his time in the graveyard. If „ he is more likely to turn his steps away from it. This is or two reasons. If he is a good druggist and understands kis the graveyard as a sort of enemy which he is fighting all the his customers out of it. If he is a dealer who thinks more is customers, he fights shy of the graveyard for conscience i for having substituted something cheap in filling presenp- £d. We have as much antipathy for graveyards as most oibmju not because our conscience troubles us. We stsy away becaose it makes us'feel bad. We are always sorry when one of our friends and customers I is called to "the life beyond," but if we had anything to do with hi* last illness our conscience is clear. We filled the prescriptions exactly as the doctor ordered. It is our business to fill prescriptions. It is our principle and i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

¡Pa ■ t*S Klttmfi Pf4éri ibt Hair p ^kHA' , , her home. 75te5Éto rgrow. VereeZ Ayer's Ayer's Hair Vigor Ver ® 4. always re- color to gray hair. The ia sung by milHons. ñ"£«f3aL 3S&fé£ aTSESRF®5 9 tlWlMH I A t 'prc mu. tfVf O CUBRRY PECTORAL ... ... f ., | Frank' lícfcrackon ia no# a mam* P^Mgg i ta Little Ray Camp entered school last Monday and now seems very much at home with the other babies. The Fifth Grade is sorry to have Ida McKinley absent. Ida's health will net permit her to be in school at present. Iced whale was one of the delica- cies fesrved by the. Emperor of Japan at his' dinner to Secretary Taft and party. We are very sorry to have Carlos Harrison absent from school. He has gone to Missouri to visit his sick grandmother. Johnnie Estes has been out of school the past week on account of sickness. Johnnie's pleasant face is missed by both teacher and pupils. Miss Bertha Dámeron, one of our best girls and brightest students, Ite ill the past fen days, COLLEGE NOTES Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

i >MM M 4MRÍW' «Wi revolutionize thf fri 2 HEREFORD, m hit wee SURPLUS S20;000.0c CAPITAL $25, Subscription Prioe $1.00 per Tur ft STUCIIT 1(1 ADVANCE , ■ " *7. 1905 —jZffZrnZv, r. to bring new to the college and Already over t# have been made, a united effort in le to make Christian College a the hop^t of A notable that our local ly to the it an ex- pone it ionable fact td O • n M AMM SUCCCS8, even the most p I IS many and atmotpbere we > truth when we eventually our college «rill _ ._ Hepe£ord from a financial standpoint of view as any railroad which could be built to the place. Knowing the faculty as we do, we believe the course of study tere is as thorough and complete as , similar institution in the state. ..ith the best equipped college buildings west of Ft. Worth In Texas and with the best teachers which money can procure, it is only a matter of a short time when Here- ford will be regarded, far and wide, arthe educational center of all West Texas. Why not yoii and 1 ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

■¡ftvfl TBI EKRSFORD BRAVD I ^|§ v ! O. % F. PARKER, ttWUwt HEREFORD, Tí ro( -Inulmw, Oc at thecloseof toímr 24th, 4905 We with to call attec goods which we are son plete in all its departmeuti nishing Goods will be ai _ our frieada to let their waati meat, it shall he oui LIABILITIES f Capital Stock < s V Surplus Mid Profits (Net) Rediscounts DEPOSITS Individual $218,180.28) ~ g Banks - x73.11 j 4"8 3S3 3<¡ $341,880.8a RESOURCES s and Overdraftsy'jf $a2^002.98 . S. Bondsaad Premiums 51,913.14 ng House and Fixtures 5,675.0c Redemption Fund - •. 2,506.00 Cash in Vault and with Banks 53.780.65 par we ask Usdepart ply them. 'We art the ranch trade in in large quántitiea en- bottom? prices. We treatment and good know we will have it • . : ; •' 10,000.00 making a specialty of taking detail and the fact that we t ables us to sell goods at *' want your business and, 11 goods count for anything. w< $34* 1830.82 .. THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1st, 1903 Deposits, January ist, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

- ' • - '• .■••-■" V' -'U-5 "M ■ WáM W&W1 % ■á> , .' to ask for it. invite the public i make our store iuarters when in PMÍ6Ü0. lavin. Tins ':4 HEREFORD STUDIO If valued for the; high excel- lency of its work at the lowest possible prices. We make a specialty of enlarging small pictures, also of taking city and ranch views. Let roe know your waots Jt jft MISS MAMIE JOHNSON Proprietor ...NEW... RAN5FER 1 bate purchased the transfer outfit belonging to Frank Gamble and will bo gud to do haaling fot tho public in general and my former customers in particular. Headquarters at meat market. T. SMITH —— good ■HPPniPiRii^^iii in Wichita Fall* at an earl] ; x 1* question of establishing seed oil mill at M^nphis lity is. A - ited , oa Wednesday night of 1 | week m which the greater part business property was destroyed. Amarillo has at last completed sewerage system which at one ti in the history of that city was sidered almost impossible owing ~r- , the enormous coat of the enterprise....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

Office with Graves & Elliston Hereford, - - Texas 41IQ..P. SLATON attorney -at-law Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases and de- . f ormities of the month. Prices governed by services rendered. Office at Hereford Den- tal Parlors in the Dameron brick building Hereford, Texas & GOUGH ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE notary in office Texas. fmmm. IBP BRAND GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texás. C L. Davis c. B. Oxendine H. H. Hawkins HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY DEALERS in City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. HARVEY CASH real estate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas BARTON & MILLER Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. W. B. BOYD Attorney-at-Law office with barton, miller co. Hereford, Texas Me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 October 1905

at ¡i .............6c 5C Dewey Ave. r,:,; )'■}. ONSORIAL PARLORS The liberal patronage which we are enjoying can be ac- conted for from the fact that we keep only experienced jr specialties are an —iTo, a neat hair cut clean bath. Give as a We represent The Troy Steam Laundry of Amarillo. Basket leaves Wednesday and returns Saturday. All work guaranteed. R. lam i .1 ■ ' i' ■ -y -y market for a , town, talked with Chickens Are • pleasure to the industrióse housewife. 1 have pare Brown Leghorn Egg and Chickens for •ale at reasonable prices t-t it i C. T. DOBBINS At M«>t Mukat. _ sin inMq AMARILLO, TEXAS All work promptly and neat]y exe- cuted. Basket leaves Tuesday and returns Saturday. All laundry shall be cash. OKO. W. PALI. Ueal Aá.mt TICE! EH ity is in the He went to local dealer, _ in sight and went He'told his wife all about it and together they bunted up catalogue of their mail order house and looked it over. "Yes, here's the same buggy," saij£. the woman. Only $37.23 and jf...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 November 1905

HEREFORD. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 3. 1903 No. 3« Vol. 5 RD HAS NO SUPERIOR i , .v 1 1 ' :i . . . . — A LOCAL COTTON MARKET V; ' Kb". Q I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, twenty-five head of horses belonging to the Mills Estate at the wagon yard of C. C. Ferguson, Hereford, Texas. This is a fine lot. There are four extra good mule colts. Some of these stock are broken but most are not, still they are gentle raised. Come prepared to buy for tl^ey will Sell without reserve. Date of Sale, Saturday, November 11th. 19Q5 RATO JNO. E. FERGUSON, ADMI Robinson—Britain. The wedding bells continue to ring and others of Hereford's young people go oh their way rejoicing. At 7 o'clock sharp on Wednesday evening of this week, Rev. Thos. S. Barcus performed the solemn but impressive ceremony which joined the hearts and lives of James Robin- son and Miss Erankie Britain, both of this city. Besides the immediate relatives, only a few friends and neighbors were present to witness the ceremonies. The ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 November 1905

don't go much on rr«Teyvds. n't go j u other I the druggist No doubt they *11 get but"we mean daring life. In hit leisure puts in his tune in the graveyard. If luc u "kk** kiuvw — w ■ ' — —- m + — he U more likely to turn hi. steps away from it Thisis 8fi CiSsrS £ , his customer# out of it. If he ia * dealer who thinks lis customers, he fights shy of thegrawy m for having substituted something cheap _ We have as much antipathy for grai Uc our conscience troubles us We stay awny because it «o. We are always sorry when one of our friends and customers s Ufe beyond," but if we had anything to do with his last illness lence is clear. We filled the prescriptions exactly as the doctor ordered, business to 101 prescriptions. It is our principle and invariable mk to EXACTLY as ordered and we never let the work be done I help. We use the right drugs, t —*««« .nH «f )>• •or expects; with this our dnty is dt__ i get what the doctor wants yo* to have. 10! Corner Drug Store... Resigns. bier a...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 November 1905

THE HEREFORD BRAND 1 Hi • ¡¡: ;h Hammer blows, steadily ap- plied, break the hardest rock. Coughing, day after day, jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way/ Ayer's Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing, and heals the torn membranes. "1 alway keep Ayer' Cherry Pectoral In the house. It Rive perfect relief whenever any of u have cough or hard cold . I have '•an and so know •BBKTKAH, Varya- ñiad ltUfór~a"jpéVTmi'ny jV rVañd aóknow ^iaNynUt'"-mb ' Ma by obcbtkam, Varya- by 3. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Also manufacturer of uers sarsaparilla. pills. ha:r vigor. i ,, . constipation retard rs- t.i'icso with Ayer's Pills. TO MAKE CORN PROFITABLE. Largest Profit Results From Feed- ing on the Farm. The following issued by the Mis- souri Agricultural College gives valuable information to farmers; According to information just col- lected by the Missouri Agricultural College, the farmer who puts his corn in a crib to hold it for better prices can count on a loss by next Ju...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 November 1905

«MHnMMMaMHi «ei #ieeosmeamE*e®M President c w. mt Tear 1**9* taikor «en- freely- II b ability to ttni , be certainly to let it be refrain from I to sell of rood, fot the hit competitor doty of ,pros- r r t to give the ad- vertiser the preference over the non- advertiser, for he «hows his appre- ciation of your trade by asking for it from week to week through the columns of your local paper. There is no indication, whatever, that the other fellow appreciates your trade. On the other hand, the merchant who advertises is giving your local paper finarfcial support and thus bet- ter enabling it to do well its part of championing every, laudable enter- prise that tend# to the betterment of your community. We believe that the BRAND has many true friends and we appreciate them as much as it is possible for one to appreciate friends. We wish to ask a slight favor of all local readers and that is to glance over our pages each week and patronize those who ask you through our columns to patro- ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 3 November 1905

I f&- K%Í£b£~ .. ' ÍM á&/« I - <>■) H J« . , . v '. • • ' , '*•'. *c*v' b' ' v'.• V >' r 'Lt^LfW^yS FlPPfpSI^ Bte .v.- "v v5.> • •;«; i ■■■•.'■ ' ammsgia!aumss^^ 6. A. F. PARKER, President. F. B. FULLER, Cashier. Condensed Statement of The Western I W.DAVIS, Asst. Cashier. Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, October 31st, 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Overdrafts - $234,027.18 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,913-19 Banking House and Fixtures 5,675*°° Redemption Fund - - 2,500.00 Cash in Vault and with Banks 48,497.93 $342,613.30 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - Surplus and Profits (Net) Circulation - Rediscounts DEPOSITS: Individual Banks - $50,000.00 *3.774-53 50,000.00 10,000.00 $218,838,77 m «9 -70 t fim $342,613.30 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY ist, 1903 If Deposits, January ist, 1904 - $5i 300.6a. Deposits, Junuary ist, 1905 - $90,016.08. Deposits, July xst, 1904 - $55,959 Deposits, July ist, 1905 > $104,628.68 DEPOSITS NOW $218,838.77 Our new Fall and W...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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