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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

only | te of f advc<c' |in the i ound we m It the the c the THE ^ BRAND direc' lawy all sJ labe: lerela llth. m: robb irn tl |od na ind 1 >est, stop linals l.oo |e, blr or on 1 comi ms lentle jive t llAMS TONE. Ca> cout lame le. i Id mi i.MP. mi! Iroad Is and S No;, IS-5- ' ¡Sí king pant } MM. ' ISO- THE "ROW" IN RUINS. The Fire Fiend Pays Hereford an Unappreciated Visit. At about 1:30 a. m. Tuesday the citizens of this city were awakened from their usually peaceful slumbers by the rapid firing of pistols and the terror-stricken cries of Fire ! Fire I Fire! and the clanging of the differ- ent church bells which rang out in the still night, tolling, as it were, the death knell of the city. The startled citizens rose from their peaceful couches, and glancing from their windows, saw that Dewey avenue was afire. It is needless to say that they wasted little time in donning their wearing apparel— many of them leaving their homes in a half-dressed condition—and hurrying to the sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

Tftlrti ass. THE # BRAND NEW BILLS INTRODUCED. Proposal to Change Scholastic Age -To Prohibit Marriage of Di- vorced Persons for Twelve Months. Austin, Texas, Jan. 27.—Bills were introduced in the senate this morning as follows: By Mr. Faust—An act to give the furnishers of teed for cottle a prior lien on said cattle to secure the payment of such feed. Referred to Judiciary Committee No 1. By Mr. Morris—Providing that fhc state shall pay jurors in criminal cases instead of the county. Judic- iary No. 1. By Mr. Harbison—Repealing oc- cupation tax on merchants. Judic- iary No. 1. By Mr. Deckers—'Changing the present law so as to permit counties of less than 350 voting population •o order an election to change county -eats on petition of 100 voters. .Judiciary No. 1. By Mr. Hale—Providing that the ;tate shall pay cost of quarantine in counties, except where it is purely iocal. Judiciary No. 1. By Mr. Hicks—Adding fire, acci- dent and marine companies to the tatute governing Hie compani...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

THK BRAND fe- re- cot-. ir a the |Th- Ita ;t he ra í-l\ |;UpO tho lema en* HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER A Few Items oí Interest Frcm • the Campus. Mai Shelly has returned from the ranch near Plainview, and is again in school. We gladly-wel- come him back. The second term of five months began Wednesday. The schedule of classes has been organized, and new classes vail be organized'. The musical recital at the parlors oí the "Girls' Home" was well at- tended. . The presence of friends at these gatherings is greatly ap- preciated. - Prof. Lee Clark has been asked to conduct the conference for college men at .the State Convention of the Young Mens' Christian Association, to be held at Lampassas in March. • We regret that hcrr.e duties de- manded the attention of Cail Nance: He left Wednesday for his home in Dallas county. He had made a good record while here, and leaves many friends. A local oratorical association is to be organized in the college soon, members of which may enter the prelimin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

THE J* BRAND Pay your poll tax. Work for incorporation. There is a movement on foot for iacorporation and it should receive the support of every citizen of the town. You are not a citizen in the eyes <>f the law unless you have paid • our poll tax. Can you afford to be disfranchised? Incorporation means a water- v.'orks system, an electric light sys- tem, and other improvements greatly needed in Hereford. Work for it. What would have been the result ];ad a strong wind been blowing Tuesday morning during the fire? We shudder to think of the out- come. You now see the need of an ade- quate system for the fighting of fires. Will you act now, or wait until more of our business and residence build- ings go up in flames? If you want to have a voice in local and state government you will have to pay your poll tax before February 1st. Bear tnis in mind and go at once to the sheriff's office a :d remit. Hereford's blaze should be a varning. Larger and more des- tructive fires will sure...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

THE # BRAND I wish to announce that I have equipped my laboratory for the manufacture of all kinds of regulating appliances and, owing to the increasing demand for the correction of irregularities of the teeth and deformities of the mouth, I expect to give this ** Branch of Dentistry My special attention the ensuing year. And as for Crown and Bridge Work There are dozens of people here that will speak for me in that class of work. And to all that come to m: for services I expect to do for you just what I would want done under the same circumstances *£ *.< Sincerely DR W. E. ROBERTSON, Operator and Proprietor 1 HEREFORD DENTAL PARLORS. % DR A. D. MILLER, Laboratorían S :* For lease—Three sections of pasture land. See Loveless & Black. 43tf * Parties in debt to me will please settle their accounts at once. 50t£ Charles Orr. Lost, strayed or stolen—A red and white dehorned dry cow, branded on the left side JHT Information leading to her recovery will be re- warded. J. H. Turnbow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

THE BRAND rfc: yy .wTu.ITik.'T/wTá^T¿JYj^TjCTjCTjiYjCTáCTiCTásT* vTikTVhT<wTdwT<wT<<wTrfkT^wT<¿T<kTjíb'^^TVwT^ wT¿kT^wT<wTaTt\TrsT"^T■•wT"i±T<kT^T" <k^aTíwT á^TdCT< < -i?1^-U\i?%i."JLJ?-TX"AJ\Ui'lvl"TTTTTJ^W^á? IR I R of HASH u> SALE* Discount from 25 to SO per Cent Having closed our first year's business, which has proven very satisfactory to us, wa dasire to show our appreciation to our friends who have crptribatei t) oar su::^ b7 oifjriig t'nao t'13 rj.miaij; 0: o.k wiatsr sto-:i of dry goals at a • reduction of from 25 to 50 per cent discount from our regular marked price. This discount is without regard to the first •' cost of the goods. Jt, J •t .it 100 Men's Suits $10 suits for' • 14 suit3 for 12.50 quita for 11 suits for 10 suits for 8:50 suits, for 6-5# 7.50 suits for 5.00 $12.00 . 10.00 . 9.00 8.00 . 7.00 100 Misses' and Ladies' Jackets and Capes Price $8, now . . . Price S7.50, now Price $6.50, now ..$6.50 . 5.75 . 5.00 Price $6, now 4....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

the: *> brand *> ÍJ u ft e'l (•-. § i I 9 % >"? a o JOHN 2. FERGUSON President C, W, PODJOJf Cashier The Hereford National Bank Hereford, Texas K fi General fiankiis Business Traqsaciea We solicit your account, and will appreciate your business, whether large or small DIRECTORS R. J. Kibbe Ira Aten L. Gough C. W. Dodson Jno. E. Ferguson fce©©©fe©£>-DGi-C £ fcSGf. t^C'J>C:€í {íStePÍ. t >V&G**>QK' Jr «•••••«•©•¡TV ®-T ®®®®®®©®®®© Tie Great Special Sale of: Loveless & Black I —_________— $ © Is moving Furniture. Now is your chance for BARGAINS 0 aL\ We have just received a large stock cf Wall Paper. Vcu can ¿ct ¿a, w what you want in this lino much eh'ianer than heretofore *+-' ® 0 8 LOVELESS'& BLACKS ® Furniture Dealers anil Undertakers ® <s®®®®®® ®®®^¿ ®<a®©®©€¡ ®©®®© Are You Interested in tb.e AN 1 9 If SO; you want to keep posted on lis re- sources and its developments* You can do this by becoming a weekly reader of <£ >s & *£ THE BR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

1' rr-rr THE. BRAND f • /.. ft I l i i W.C.T.U. COLUMN. CONTRIBUTED. A very interesting meeting was held at Mrs. E. M. Vanderburgh's last Monday. It being a mothers' meeting, several appropriate read- ings were rendered and Miss Ghent sang, "Where is My Boy Tonight." There were eleven present. Next Monday's meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. T. A. Cox at three o'clock, the subject being "Purity." TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS. "God wants the merry, merry bays, The noisy boys, the funny hoys, The thoughtless boys— God wants the boys with all their joys, That He as gold, may make them pure, And teach them trials to endure; His heroes brave He'll have them be, Fighting for truth And purity. God wants the boys. "God wants the happy-heart 2d girls. The loving girls, the best of girls, The worst of girls— God wants to make the girls His pear! , And so reSect His holy face, And bring to mind His wondrous grace: That beautiful The world may be. And filled with love And purity. God wants the g...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

THE £> BRAND nbaif! Neafl bbins Love crrell Br 11 Fcvre hens ccker War «• :bstrr ishof> IbovJ llIUDM Seach |oway )av¡ Jychi lowcfi idle y junta iron*; }ron« Icond the igust «ees |rs of ni. nces lb at ices or in. rices |b Ht at tTT. Is. leut. Ikick prni- Icor- |ary. M. OT the Id to lary. lock are 9 s. Lt 8 Mr. p trk. burt ¿On. O. I are C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'Phone No. 82 Office at Cough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas R. H. GOUGH, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surgical Cases Solicited. Office in Gcugh & Davis' Drug Store , Res. Phone 20 Office Phone 26 Hereford, Texas E. W. TINSLEY, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office in Burns & Smith's drug store Office Phone 13 Residence 27 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 experience.) Office in Smith, Walker &...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 30 January 1903

THE BRAND :s$«wwwwwwwwYWMW«wywwwwwwwwwwwwyvw V jtt> XIT LANDS FOR $3 to $4 per acre and up :a5 3S 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 all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- I , provements which make I /mpf°"emga^ I it the best in the Pan- handle. Improvements on land purchased will bs sold to ths purchaser at the actual cost to the Company. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of this great ranch has teen sold and it will be only a few months Jt Land of Beaut tlfal Homem until the stock farmer of one or two sections Jts an Investment to the Small Stock Farmer will have the one million a^rea left in beau- tiful homos and farms. It has been demonstrated that the small stock farmer can make more money com-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

2222222222 A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan* Handle of Texas t criyllaik Per Year 6 Months $1.00 .SO 3 . " 25 IN CLUBS or SIX To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad. v«rtf«iná Ratea Display, 25 cuntí per inch. No Dis- counts (or time or ip^ce. Local reading no- tices, 10 cents per y, cach in- sertion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Addres all busi- ness communica- tions and mako ail remittances payable to The Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Art of Congress of March J, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 6, 190G No. 51 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 & CO. AGAINST BRYAN BILL. Citizens of Deaf Smith County in Mass Meeting Express Their Disapproval—Petition to the State Legislature, The citizens of Hereford and Deaf {Smith county have become aroused over the prospectivo ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

THE + BRAND i I 1 -m I «9 ass ssseaa " f ■" fifi ■i*. '"i-v *,r ' feiv 1$'<>;, \ Jb% VOTES A WD COMMENTS. Pot Pouri of the Political World at Home and Abroad. Charleston buszard with Crum is not a favorite dish in any section of the country. Secretary Hay takes advantage of the Columbian treaty to express his view of the Monroe Doctrine. Governor Pennypacker makes a bad start by abusing the newspapers. He ought to know that politicians die when the papers drop them. The implication of Lemuel E. Quigg in, recent bribery charges strikes dangerously close to the se- nior senator from New York, Mr. Thomas Piatt. The democrats in the House com- pelled the republican majority to adopt a gold standard for the Phil- ippines. What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. It is probable that the democrats will eventually be forced to abandon the statehood fight in order to secure for the people some measure look- ing to the amelioration of trust abuses. A far-famed gentleman of D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

.z the brand Ü? FROM THE ASHES. Burnsd Building3 to be Replaced with Brick—VVork Has Al- ready Begun. Last week we were compelled to chronicle the destruction by fire of a considerable part of the business section of Hereford. £en buildings, with stocks of goods and other property, to the value of $25,000 were destroyed. But the disaster is to be speedily repaired. The burned tlocks of Dewey Avenue that were twept bare by the flames are to be rebuilt with larger and better busi- i ess houses. Our citizens, who suf- fered so heavily irom the destructive fire, are showing the r.ghi sort of energy and enterprise. J Scarcely i ad the ashes o: the crumbling walls grow cool before plans were being made to replace the burned buildings with brick. Work upon two of the buildings has already begun. G. R. Hay will erect upon the lot formerly occupied by his two-store trame a brick build- ing 24 feet front by 80 feet deep. It will be occupied, as soon as fin- ished, by the Garrison Bros, stock ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

THE & BRAND ■r fe;; í.v*¿yrAJVaTj^Tji.TjJV ¿¿Vi^y'al'YjJV^wT"^..'▼w.o-'Tji'y¿iT¿k'TjkY¿kT^T¿^Y^hTdOT^hT-ATV^Td^Td^Tj^Ti'kTJ'iTVfcTé^Ti-WTÍL"^"ͱT^ «* CASH ^ SALE Discount from 25 to 50 per Cent G Having closed our first year *3 business, which has provea very satisfactory to us, wa desire to show our appreciation to our friends who have contribute! t3 our su::333 b7 o2)riig ti-ju ti) rjmiiiír oc oir wiatsr sto:'t of dry goods at a reduction of from 25 to 50 per cent discount from our regular marked price. This discount is without regard to the first cost of the goods. jk jt 100 Men's Suits $16 suits for $12.00 14 suits for 10.00 12.50 suits for 9.00 11 suits for S.00 10 suits for 7.00 8.50 suits for 6 50 7.50 suits for 5.00 100 Misses' and Ladies' Jackets and Capes Price $8, now $6.50 Price $7.50, now 5.75 Price $6.50, now 5.00 Price $6, now 4.00 Price $4.75, now 3.25 Price $4, new 3.CO Price $3.50, now 2.60 Price $3.25, now 2.25 Price $2.50, now 1.75 Price $2.25, now 1.70 50 Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

THE # BRAND up the The |ce was early |on lhi- to tal. ;o,ooo I Brew - W Í 5. leither The work \y waa and Jouth- h un- lnd ef1 lis r-- been |ls to sioua roul«4 wtry |n*ing da/ th or J,rr- U STATEHOOD BILL. Talk of Compromise—New Mexico and Arizona to be Admitted as One State. Washington, Feb. 3.—There is < cnáiderable talk today about the Senate of the possibility of a com- promise on the statehood proposi- tion. A suggestion, which appears to meet with some favor on bcth tides of the controversy, is that the two Territories; <>£ Oklahoma and New Mexico l>5 admitted as states and that Arizona be united with New Mexico until the area now covered by that Territory shall include 300,000 peo- ple,. when it shall become a state, and that Oklahoma be admitted as jt now stands, but that ¡n some definite time in the future the Indian Territory shall be added to Okla- homa. Christian Endeavor Program. The following program will be rendered at the meeting of the C. E. Society to be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

i' .. <: THE ^ BRAND I The Brand t (1 A WoeKly Journal Devoted to the Interests VW of ths Panhandle Country of Texas ADDISON CLARK, JK. r. L. VANDERBURGH Publisher Editor A MISAPPREHENSION. Representative Bryan of Abilene and his constituents, and many other p5ood people living below the quaran- tine line are laboring under a strange misapprehension as to cattle condi- tions in this part of the state. They have been led to believe somehow that the ranchmen of the Panhandle are selfishly holding vast tracts of kind, more than they can use or are justly entitled to. They seem 10 think that the cattlemen above the line have secured a cinch on a good thing, which they—the raen below "the line"—ou¿ h rightly to have a share in. They are amusing themselves with the cheerful delu- sion that if they can only by some shift open a doorway into the great and wonderful Panhandle country, ihcy will find themselves come sud- denly into possession of a vast perennial paradise, where their ¡.tar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

THE. BRAND I wish to announce that I have equipped my laboratory for St; the manufacture of all kinds of regulating appliances and, owing 3^ to the increasing demand for the correction of irregularities of the 5r teeth and deformities of the mouth, I expect to give this <.* t 3 : a Sr Branch of Dentistry My special attention the ensuing year. And as for Í; Crown and Bridge Work O There are dozens of people here that will speak for me in that gS nf wmrk\ Ann fn ¿sil t-jiot mmf in* for c>tn/'r>o T o-vr^rf- class of work. And to all that come to me for services I expect J? to do for you just what I would want done under the same circumstances oí at Sincerely 2* 3s J DR W. E. ROBERTSON, Operator and Proprietor DR. A. D. MILLER, Laboratorian v 5 a*:. % HEREFORD DENTAL PARLORS I 3? Died Thursday morning at half past six o'clock, George Parker Acker, aged nine years, son of James A. Acker, of Claude, died at the col- lege dormitory. His death was very sudden and unexpected, as he ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

THE J BRAND HEREFORD COLLEGE LETTER. A Few Items of Interest From the Campus. John Herod, who has been out of school about a week on account of measles, is rapidly improving. The Grand piano, ordered some lime ago, has arrived and will soon te placed in the "The Girls' Home." The clecution department will give a recital Feb. 17th. The plací will be announced next week. The death of little Geo. Acker <'ast a gloom over our school family. We shall greatly miss the little fellow. Our hearts go out in sympathy to the bereaved ones. Mr. and Mrs. Walsh left Thurs- day for their home in Austin. They were accompanied by their protege, Marcia Johnson. Their many friends regret that Mrs. Walsh's health was «uch that this move seemed neces- sary. They will be greatly missed, especially by the students and .acuity. Legislative Matters. A bill is to be introduced in the legislature entirely prohibiting the killing of deer and fawns. A measure has been offered in the House by Representatives M...

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

THE BRANt) m -re [r. |he a |er Ith :h I a se >r J. D. Burkett was in town on Tuesday. 1 i 1 R. H. Norton and Dave Earnest were in town Thursday. Miss Grace Hanaford was in from the Green Valley ranch Tuesday. Will Carruthers cf Waxahachie arrived yesterday. He is a pros- pector. Mr. Robinson of Waxahachie was was among the prospectors to ar- rive yesterday. Miss Addie Rector of Rector is visiting at the home of Mrs. R. H. •Gough for a few weeks. Jojjn C. Johnston of Waxahachie came in yesterday to look after his property interests in this vicinity. Rev. C. W. Dunn, cf the Cum- berland Presbyterian church, Ros- well, was a visitor in Hereford this week. Lost, strayed or stolen—A red and white dehorned dry cow, branded on the left side JHT Information leading to her recovery will be re- warded. J. H. Turnbow. 42^.f C. H. Lin ?Í2.v.i an 1 M. A. Kop- perl, insurance adjusters, were in town til2 early .part of the week e i- gaged in adjusliaj the ins nance claims of persons who suffer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 6 February 1903

THE BRAND POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. in. to 7:00 p. ra. O .lice opea Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of traza. W. J. Walters, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves Mo. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. bi. Ho. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. in. STAGE TO DIMM1TT. Lr. Hereford at 7:30 a. ra. daily ex. Sunday Ar. Dimraitt at 12:00 ra. " " Lv. Dimraitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " Rat.Jowell went to Amarillo Wed- nesday on business. Window glass in all sizes—ve cut to fit. Gough & Davis. 3 8t£ The number of poll tax rcccipts issued in Castro county was 146. For lease—Three sections of land. See Loveless & 43tf pas tur Black. Capt. J. C. Lea, one of tha pioneer citizens of Roswell, was in the city V/ednesdav. Gough & Davis are putting in a full line of paints, lead and oil. See them for prices. 37tf The commissioners court of Deaf Smith county will meet in regular session Monday, February 9. Bassham...

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