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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan Handle of Texas V ie m V# • /JfcV *rf>-^ irirr nu' ■> mmr^"'-y^ Su!.. I Scriptioi* H ktnH Per Year $! <X> f. Months .<() " .25 CU'BS OK six T\> ii* different íMt>'íírs, $5.00 Ad- vi>rtl in¡í Rates JXsplav, 2S f nts ;.,nncV. No Dis- counts for tiu.f - r >pai*r. L ral reading no - <k"t'*, 10 <•! ::> 5 'r line, cach in- sert ¿OR. TI.RM-, JK ADVANCE AcUSrt-j k.l busi - nc >s coinmnnicri- t'O'.u Ar *i m ke all remittance; p Yiib'e t) The Brand Hereford, Tesa Entered April 17, 1902, as second-c'.asa mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress o: March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JANUARY 9, 190S No. 47 IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR sell Property, Cattle or anything else come and see us* W have a very fine list oí properties to show you Yours for business BROOKS BROS. & GRAVES Joha Howard was Right, Clarendon, Texas. 15 iitor Farm and Ranch t Some years since, Mr. John How- ard, then re...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE « BRAND I f< NOTES AÜD COMMENTS. Pot Pouri oí the Political World at Home and Abroad. The House recently passed 174 pension bills in 31 minutes and yet people wonder where their money goes. Will the republicans do anything to remedy the currency laws which they are pledged to perfect? Sec- retary Shaw says not. Alaska is. proving its adaptability to agriculture. Gocd crops of garden truck and fair crops of grain were made during the past season. It begins to look as though the Marconi system of wireless telegra- phy would prove a success, the governm3nt officials to the contrary notwithstanding. Representative Littleñeld of Maine, who believes he has a remedy for trusts, is being made the butt of ridicule by his colleagues for his lack of republicanism. Now that the elections are over and the colored vote is ail in, the talk of cutting down Southern representation in Congress has been packed away for future use. If the Dingley bill does no', need revision it proves that th; p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

BOARD OF TRADE ORGANIZED. |s x ley Irly jig- len w Hit ish lótf -> o >4 4 J O • • 'I ¿i M J *i H *f Hereford Citizens Alive to the In- terest of the Town. Last Monday evening a large number of the representative citizens ef the toVn met at the court house for the purpose of organizing a Board of Trade, -whose duties it shall be to look forward and be ever on the lookout for the upbuilding of the town and surrounding country. Ira Aten took the chair and in the absence of the secretary of the pre- vious meeting held for this purpose F. L. Vanderburgh acted in his position. The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and adopted, after which the committee appointed to draft a constitution and by-laws for such an organization made their report through their chairman, J. C. Newman, which was accepted and placed on ñlc, the constitution being eventually adopted after making a few minor changes. A motion was then made and carried that a permanent organiza- tion to be known as the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE # BRAND A -;> A >i4 i y M ► 4 GREEN TAG SALE About one-hall of our stock goes at cost and below cost beginning on THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th and lasting fiYe days only M There is reason AflAT QUE IT will serve a two-fold purpose. It gives in all things lj|l\ I Attj f you merchandise at very low prices and and this great Www ■ it clears up goods which are fast ap- proaching their season's usefulness. We can afford to be generous—you bought freely the past month and paid freely what we asked. You made us a profit then. We can afford to make you partners in oiii* success by giving you the balance of our winter stock at cost. Then, again we have odds and ends and too many of this, too few of that, and we want to get our stocks more evenly balanced. Not everything in our store will be sold at cost, but such things as we enumerate below are at actual cost and some be- low cost. Now we will have every article which we mean to sell at and below cost la- beled with green tags marked in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

— Decided to Build. ¡I | Messrs. Snyder & Johnson, the 1 managers of the Hereford Planing I Mill and Construction Company, have decided to erect a building of their own and are now engaged in erecting a 24x90 building on their I lots south of the court house on Samson avenue. D. F. Johnson has just returned from a trip to Kansas City and St. Louis where he pur- chased the necessary machinery and equipment for the operation of such an enterprise, which, when installed, will give to Hereford what no other town in the Panhandle has—a mill for the purpose of making all fixtures used in the construction of buildings of whatever nature. In addition to doing this the company will carry on a general contracting business. This enterprise is one which has been greatly needed in Hereford for some time, as many buildings have been delayed in the erection on ac- count of having to wait until doors, sash and other fixtures have been made and shipped from far away points. That this firm will d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

. } ; " -.Vi. ■ i * « * * . í • ' «ar ■ • Í** BRAND The j£? .Brand . ,. " A "VVeeRly Jo«a-*nal Devoted te the Interests Wf of the Panhaiidlc Country of Texas FRANK L. VANDERBURGH Editor and Publisher Now all pull together and let's finish that college building. Do you realize tó what extent real estate values, would drop were the college enterprise to be abandoned? It* so, invest a few of the dollars which you have thus realized from its establishment so far into the enterprise, . thus completing the building.. One of our exchanges remarks that the board of trade in its town organized and then went into a long .sleep from which it has not wakened, If the Hereford Board cf Trade lapses into a trance they may be assured of being awakened with a lew of The Brand's) editorial pins. The attention of our esteemed rontemporaries is once more called to the fact that the Hereford College and Industrial School is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-denomina^ tional. Christian character, as ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

* " . 4 . V « m . THE* # BRAND ' y;;1" t ' ■§ ■35 I wish to announce that I have equipped my laboratory for Sí' the manufacture of all kinds of regulating appliances and, owing 5 |i to the increasing demand for the correction of irregularities of the 2 ; teeth and deformities of the mouth, I expect to give this i** m: Branch of Dentistry | My special attention th: ensuing year. And as for S; Crown and Bridge Work «J There are dozens of people here that will speak for me in that JJ' class of work. And to all that come to me for services I expect * <5 to do for you just what I would want done under the same circumstances <.n <.* 5 Sincerely :5 3 «sbssb DR W. E. ROBERTSON, Operator and Proprietor >ns o A I I I I I i 4 i 4 « ü i HEREFORD DENTAL PARLORS DR. A. D. MILLER, Laboratorían )) Get More Pay, Beginning January 1st the Sa'-jth- ,ern Pacific and Sauta Fe railway systems in the local jurisdiction will • increase the pay of operativos-to an anpunt in excess of $50,030, sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

—~~~— SpilEfr THE # BRAND HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. The second term begins Jan. 29, 1903. The reception on New Years was well, attended. After months of waiting we are now enjoying the luxury of steam heat. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of Amarillo were pleasant callers at the Girls' Home Monday. Miss Cook, Miss Eagle, S. J. Deason and Mose Elder are among the matriculates this week. Clyde Lavender of Lancaster re- turned Wednesday from home, where he spent the holidays. The W. C. T. U. held its regular morithly meeting at the parlors of the Girls' Home Tuesday afternoon. Miis Wilson returned Saturday from Helton where she spent the holidays. She was accompanied by Miss Ghent, who has taken charge of the Vocal Music Department. Mrs. Clark will now have charge exclusively of the Stringed Instru- ment Department. The parlors have been neatly furnished, and the hall and stairs carpeted, which adds much to the home like appearance of the build- ing. Thanks ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE # BRAND J OHM B. FKMCUJO/f President C. W. DODJOAf Cat kirn r The Hereford Motional Bank Hereford, Texas B fienerai Banking Business Transacted We solicit your account, and will appreciate your business, whether large or small DIRECTORS R. J. Kibbe Ira Aten L. Gough W. A. Higgins Jno. E. Ferguson 1903 Greeting During the past year we have had many compliments on our stock of FURNITURE and low prices made. We have striven hard to merit your good favor, tut during 1903 we will with untiring energy .make our place desirable for you to visit. We will keep what you want and at the lowest possible price Yours for business LOVELESS & BLACK Mr. George of Ferris is a pros- pector in town this week. Louis Arnold was in from bis ranch Tuesday on business. Mrs. H. H. Stanley was in town Tuesday trading with our merchants. W. B. Robinson, who his been ill for the past week, is somewhat bet- ter. For lease—Three sections of pasture land. See Loveless & Black. 4Jtf J. P. Collier was in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE BRAND m-'vt Board ox Trade Organized. [CantJnned fftrn page 3.] appointed, though the duties of one or more will be fulfilled by the mem- bers t f sómo on? committee, that being the object of appointing the committee to present before the next meeting the different ¡standing com- mittees in a more condensed form: Finance; fairs, carnivals, street parades, etc.; conventions; transpor- tation and freight rates; manufac- tures } live stock interest' ; agricul- ! are; entertainments ; advertising; auditing; membership; highways; parks and public grounds; educa- tiual institutions. ARTICLE VIII. PROCEDURE. Section 1. The regular order of business, both for meetings of mem- bers and board of director.":, shall be: Call to order. Roll call, it requested by any member. Reading of the minutes oí" the last meeting. = • Communications. Reports of ofñcérs. Reports of standing committees. Reports of spacial committees. Unfinished business. . Elections. New business. ' Remarks for the good of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE ^ BRAND DIRECTORY r.n by t£Q Ui- as- for £or ial by icy eir ib- ps, |bS, Ul- ftjr of |dy )i s fh, jh, IV. las 9 k* 15 1 ' e ? 10 STATE. Governor Lieut.-Governor Treasurer Comptroller Land Commissioner Attorney-General Supt. Public Instruction Congressman S. W. T. Lanham George D. Neal J. W. Robbins R. M. Love J. J. Terrell C. K. Bell Arthur Le Fevre John H. Stephens district. Senator Davis E. Decker Representative W. B. Ware Judge Ira Webster Attorney Henry S. Bishop deaf smith county. Judgt Sheriff Clerk County Attorney Treasurer Assessor Surveyor Commissioners— Precinct No. 1 Precinct No. 2 Precinct No. 3 Precinct No. 4 District Court Mondays of April Commissioners' second Mondays and November. W. B. Boyd J. T. Inmon W. B. Beach R. F. Ho'.loway C. L. Davis J. S. Wyche G. R. Jowee L. R. Bradley R. N. Mounts J. R. Armstrong Geo. L. Armstrong convenes on the second and October. Court convenes on the in February, May, August CHURCHES. christian. Rev. H. M. Bandy, pastor Services h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE BRAND GREEN TAG SALE About one-half of our stock goes at cost and below cost beginning on THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th and lasting five days only There is reason O ftOT ft A I P will serve a two-fold purpose. It gives in all things l|ll\| All I f you merchandise at very low prices and and this great WwV I VrlLb }t ciears Up goods which are fast ap- proaching their season's usefulness. We can afford to be generous—you bought freely the past month and paid freely what we asked. You made us a profit then. We can afford to make you partners in our success by giving you the balance of our winter stock at cost. Then, again we have odds and ends and too many of this, too few of that, and we want to get our stocks more evenly balanced. Not everything in our store will be sold at cost, but such things as we enumerate below are at actual cost and some be- low cost. Now we will have every article which we mean to sell at and below cost la- beled with green tags marked in plain figures large enou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE # BRAND MDIj S> C. P. ESTES, H. 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 Cough & Davis' Drug Store Res. Phone 20 Office Phone 26 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. E. W. TINSLEY, M. D. PHYSICIAN k SURGEON Office in Burns & Smith's drug store Office Phone 13 Residence 27 WITHERSPOON & GOUGH 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 (Over ten years experience.) Office in Smith, Walker & Co. Bank. Hereford, Texas. H. H. WOMACK ATTORNEY-AT-L...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 January 1903

THE & BRAND pyr- XIT LANDS FOR SAL At $3 to $4 per acre and up I 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 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 ail fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- provements which make it the best 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 Improvement* Jt Land of Beaw tifut Home* will have thaone million a:re;i 12ft i:i beau- tiful homes and farms.4 It has been demonstrated that the small stock fanner ean make more money com- pared to his invest- Jis a'i hioettmont to the Small SttmK Farmer until the stock farmer of one or two sections nisnt, than can t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1903

'"Vil y' "i ■- -*■ •* nrf*'ii ^ iri iroi^y^t /ry-1 iiíb * jf Weekly Paper Devoted to fAe Interest of the Pan- Handle o/ Texas i 3 Sub- scription RatM Per Year $1.00 6 Months .SO 3 " .25 IN" CtX'BS Of BIX To aix different cJdrcsses, $5.00 Ad- vartiiintf RatM 1 25 cent No Dis- titte Display per inch con or t Loaal tice , per U; sertioa. TMMf, ADVANCE Addrea all busi- ness communica- t ons and make all remittance* p ijable to Tho Brand Hereford, Tcxaj £,meteu April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, pest offlcc at Hereford, Texas, Act of Conpresa ot March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, JANUARY 16, 1903 No. 4 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 * T. J. GRAVES * Fences Must Come Down. W. L. Willis of the big ranch firm of Willis & Horn of Portales, New Mexico, Arrived here late last night with five carloads of steers and a carload of cows. This firm has furnished over ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1903

'•i l.\. UK-' All Over the PanhandIe The Leader by Will W. Arnett at Lockney is a new paper. There is a warm municipal fight on at Bowie for city marshal. The name of the postoffice known to Christmas in Panhandle this yer.r was the quietest ever experienced in the town. The tough element was not in evidence.—Herald. Mrs. Wilborn Ayers, who had been sick for four months, returned this week from Hereford much im- proved we are glad to say.—Quanah Tribune-Chief. The local option election in Has- kell county of last October has been declared void by District Judge Sanders. Another row ahead! — Quanah Tribune-Chief. Vernon with her new railroad and oil mill and many other projected enterprises bids fair to keep in the front rank with her sister cities.— Quanah Daily Tribune-Chief. A dcuble-header freight train was wrecked just this side of Glazier last Saturday night, seven or eight cars being thrown off the track. No one was hurt.—Canadian Record. The report of a regular Kentucky fued ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1903

THE * BRAND BIG LAND LEASE. Lake, Tomb & Co., Gain Control of 800,000 Acres. As a result of the order of the government to remove all fences on the public lands, Lake, Tomb & Co., large ranchmen of Dakota, have leased 800,000 acres of land in the Standing Rock Indian reservation fot a period of five years, paying an annual rental of 30.V mills per acre and allowing each family of Indians to graze free 100 head of cattle says the Philadelphia Ledger. This will be the largest pasture in the world except the XIT ranch in the Pan- handle in Texas. This immense tract will be fenced with three barbed wires, and at the expiration of the lease the fence will belong to the Indians. It will take almost 200 miles of fence to enclose it, the posts for which will be brought from Min- nesota and Wisconsin and will cost 16 cents each delivered on the ground. It will require 64,000 posts, and will cost $10,240. The company have on the range about 36,000 head of cattle, and the in- tention i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1903

THE # BRAND GREEN TAG SALE About one-half of our stock goes at cost and below cost beginning on Í? Ü M M M THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th and lasting five days only % _ _ There is reason OflOT OAB ET will serve a two-fold purpose. It gives in all- things I ■ 11A I' . AII I S" you merchandise at very low prices and and this grat www I , wrstli jt cleans Up goods which are fast ap- proaching their season's usefulness. We can afford to be generous—you bought freely the past month and paid freely what we asked. You made us a profit then. We can afford to make you partners in our success by giving you the balance of our winter stock at cost. Then, again we have odds and ends and too many of this, too few of that, and we want to get our stocks more evenly balanced. Not everything in our store will be sold at cost, but such things as we enumerate below are at actual cost and some be- low cost. Now we will have every article which we mean to sell at and below cost la- beled with green tags marked i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1903

*J V THE Í BOARD OF TRADE H id Its Frst Meeting After Organ- izing—New Directors Elected. Last Tuesday evening occured the first meeting of the new board of trade, recently organized, an ac- count cf which was published in last week's issue of The Brand. The meeting was called to order by First Vice-President J. C. Newman in the absence of President Fergu- son. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, after which the following new mem- bers were admitted to membership: Sam H. Mori is, T. J. Graves, J. E. Dyer, B. H. Bounds, I. Jennings, G. A. F. Parker, A. J. Lipscomb, Allen G. Bell, F. B. Fuller, E. B. ® Black, G. E. Burns, J. S. Jones, Geo. W. Dale, T. R. Reagan, C. W. Dodson, Conner Jowell, Emmett Cardwell, J. A. Buckner and J. A. Johnson. The committee appointed to con- dense the standing committees made their report which was adopted, and is as follows: General committee, whose duty it shall be to have charge of fairs, conventions, excursions and adver- tisin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 16 January 1903

THE JP BRAND The Brand A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Panhandle Country of Texas ■V FRANK L. VANDERBURGH Editor and Publisher Do not forget that Hereford has a public park which is sadly in need of improvements. Commence now in your preparations for this pur- pose. If you want Hereford real estate now is the time to buy. A year hence property will have advanced fully fifty per cent. Buy while it is cheap. work for the upb-uilding of Here- ford in evey way. To this end the finishing of the Hereford College and Industrial School building is most to be desired. Let not the Hereford citizens, now that we have a board of trade, depend upon this body to do all the work in the up-buiiding of the town. Without the co-operalion of the citi- zens the board is powerless. South Carolina will honor Gov- ernor-Elect S. W. T. Lanham with an immense South Carolina state :lag at the inagural ceremonies January 20U. Governor Lanham was born in the Palmetto state. The West Texas Stoc...

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