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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

i it - , ' Ififlfi 8888888 g 2 2 82?} 8 8 § i j 1 i I ! o ! : ! |E 5 I 111 m¡4 it ip*- ¡ k* ©•=- ©£ £8? £<8 ' i5ill-3Si ± Big offer at H. L. Powe's. DR. w. i PHYSICIAN AlfD StUGEON Special attention given to' diseases * o! children. Office hours f""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. SHORTJLOCALS News of interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Big offer at H. L. Powe's. 2t J. T. Rutherford spent Monday in the city. hack for Mtf See Arthur & Dobbin's fresh meats. Harvey Cash of Dimmitt was seen on our streets Tuesday. Robt. Keesee, Sr., was in town from his ranch Saturday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Claude Norton on the 8th, an eight pound girl. Pure white new crop of Uvalde comb honey at Stambaugh & Lips- comb's. IStf J. T. Rutherford returned Friday of last week from a business trip to Whitesboro. We acknowledge receipt of season tickets to the ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

THE 5RDJBRAND ihandle News Amarillo will have free nail de- cry after November let One hundred and forty bale* of cotton hive been ghmed at Quanab. At Boston lait week 150,000 of Texas wool sold at 18 its per pound. On last Saturday Amarillo voted to issue $45,000 worth of bonds to construct a sewerage system. | The Shamrock Texan comes to |bur desk considerably improved this week—it being ail home print. A. Laird has been in the com munity the past few days receiving the yearling steers which he bought some time ago.—Messenger. The rains of last week were gen* ecal aM over the Panhandle and do an immenee amount of good to- •ItéfHI'flédcrop. besides the brdught $76.35. pL IMP stalled a machine ■ th. Jffü on last Tues- •':>JPr -or — i;:- s" for plowing and planting. IE$& ■ rock the purpose of stone found in Potter the 4 . pickers from Ft. Worth to Vemon to aid in gathering the ootloB.round th^efj^ee. £0% smm Another big rain fell last night and this morning.—Dallam County News...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

C. P. EBTBS, M. D. Phont 82 g. f. lEgRAND, m. d. Phone 138 ESTES & LeGRAND physicians and surgeons Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store '^Hereford - Texas "* J. W* HICKS, M. D. , physicían and surgeon Office at T.< Coulson & "Co.'s Drug Stored TélephoWUo. 39. hereford, texas. RASCpAUM & MAGNENAT Amarillo, Texas Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. In Hereford the ist of each month f W. E. ROBERTSON dentist Special attention given to diseases and deformities of the mouth Prices governed 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 V Office neit'door to Bahk Hereford - - - - Tc **> W. H. RUSSELL JÚAWYER Practice in all courts ■THE WORD BRAND I J THIS YEAR LIVESTOCK Pathetic Childhood, Is there anything more deeply pathetic and that makes the truly sympathetic feel more touchlngly sorrowf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 14 October 1904

ipfe Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 School supplies at Bums & Smith's* Mrs. M. B. Daniel and son Maple, spent Saturday in Texico Ed Harwell spent several days in Hereford from Texico this week ;7\v. T. P. Roberson of Canyon City visited in Hereford this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Berber of Dimmitt were among Hereford's bus- iness visitors Tuesday. Big lot fascinators, shawls, hoods wool gloves and mittens just received at Callens' Bargain Store. J. D. Curtsinger and daughter of Castro county were among Here- ford's visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Alby returned this week from a several-days' visit to the St. Louis Exposition. Tom Fields of Bovina arrived this week with his wife whom he brought to Hereford for medical attention A. J. Hughes and W. B. Green both of Castro county were in town business Wednesday and were at the lecture at the court on present house. J. C* Fortenbury called around to the Brhmd office this week and make arrangements for the Brand and Dallas News to go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

3=s=s Vol. 4 HEREFORD. OCTOBER 21. 1904 ^ tX">: No. 86 TUCKER & JACOBSEN ARE INSTALLING A $3,000 GIN OUTFIT The last cold snap should remind you that winter will soon be upon us in full blast and you will need a stove. We are pre- pared to save you money on this class of goods. Following wfc quote you a few prices: ( 1 ' COOKING STOVES $18.00 No. 8 Cook Stóve $16.00 $20.00 No. 8 Steel Cook'Stove ¿¿¡ J. . /¿.'GO '$22,50 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove.,M 20C< I $25.00 No. 819 Steel Cook Sieve..!../.*.,...:.::. L....' I Good Coal Hod, worth 35 cents, now........ i,.: HEATING STOVES Stoves that were worth,.$4-00, now,. v, Stoves that were worth $8.00, now Air-tight Heaters, were worth $12.00, now. Air-tight Heaters, were worth $14.00, now Hot Blast Heaters, were worth $13.00, now. m 12.OO 11. Oo T SIX INCH STOVE PIPE, WORTH 20 CENTS, NOW 15 CEMES PER JOINT '• Vl! v * * 4 4'. z é ••••« "ST** f THE GIN AT LAST. Hereford is to Have a First-Class Gin in Operation Within 50 Days. íor the...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

CLEO COMMUNITY Doings in Castro County u Re- ported by Our Correspondent Mist Alma Droke of Dimmitt was visiting in our community on the 9th inst. T. A. Henderson and Prof. J. F. Eddleman of Qeo went to Hereford last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kyser spent the evening with W. H. Gil- breath and family last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. OUie Burch visited Mrs. Burch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chestnut of Arney a few days ago. Miss Mary Henderson of this community spent a couple of weeks with Mrs. John Rusk of Red Tower ranch in Parmer county. Prof. J. F. Eddleman, the teacher of our school, has given a two weeks' vacation so that the larger boys could help with the feed. We are having some delightful weather at present which is very much needed on account of saving our crops, and as far as I know everyone is taking advantage of it. I am glad to see that the contract has been let for' the Hereford gin, as we are picking our cotton now. Think I will get a bale and it came very near makin...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

^ «V. E' '+ M • Elix . fei ¿K'V'. ■ r s : Lb-/1.- i' i •*• - STOCK FARMMG W TEXAS. Conditions More Favorable to the Industry in West Texas Than Any Other Section. • Progress in the Texu Stockman. The idea of combining with farm- ing the breeding and raising of a limited number ot good stock is a new departure in Texas, and one of the first importance. I embrace within the term stock as used here cattle, horses, mules, hogs and even sheep. Futhermore, in speaking of the raising of good stock on the farm or in conjunction with the , farm, I am including the necessary accompaniment of raising on the farm, among other things, plenty of the best feedstuffs for that stock and feeding it to them intelligently. And by the tern* stock farming,I ex- pressly intend , the comprehension within its scope of advanced farming and best methods of stock breeding. In other words, I am taking as a standard of stockfarming such as we - find it to be or know oí it as. being carried on in Kansas, Missouri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

•# hip ; ••• ' . Sil BRAND I iMry F rid my By GOOGER A CO. Org to P# f •« April 17,1901; m «econd-clM r, po.t offlce .t Hereford, T«a, let of Congreu of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 1004- ■r [ r FRIDAY, OCTOBER ai, ANNOUNCEMENTS ; "tSHSE* a , A.J.LIPSCOMB a* i A.J.LIPSCOMB ™iiktor J* f W. B. PHILLIPS R. N. MOUNTS Ml ^ .. low Wttl YOtt V0?E? At the election, which is-to take place on November 8th, is drawing near, it behooves every good citizen to consider every question involved and so familiarize himself with the same that he can vote intelligibly If you are a Republican, vote the Republican ticket; if a Democrat, vote accordingly; for it is the duty of every citizen to have a voice in the government under which he lives and has protection. Aside from party issues, there are three questions which should receive the careful study of every voter be- fore election day. These are (1) An Amendment to the State Consti- tution, Regulating Pensions t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

I ■ i PB1 11 it 3 8 1 J THE HERFORD BRAND = i News of Interest * Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. School supplies at Burns & Smith's. I want 400 to 500 head of cattle to pasture. E. B. Black. 25tf G. L. Abbott of Umbarger had business in-the city Monday. Commissioners' Geo. L. Muse and R. N. Mounts were in the city Tues- day. Judge and Mrs. Boyd left Wednes- day afternoon on a visit at Gage, Oklahoma. Rev. Jesse B. Haston has been assisting in the work at the College last week and this. Prof. J. F. Eddleman, who is teaching school below Dimmitt in Castro county, was in town Satur- day. J. P. Snyder and boys left Tues- day afternoon for a two weeks' visit at their former home at Modena, Missouri; The many friends of Mrs. F. Herrón will be glad to learn that she is rapidly recovering from her ri r< nt illness. M. V. Robertson, who lives in the extreme northwest part of the county, was in Hereford Saturday after supplies and transacting other b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

mmm m *mi THE HSREF0RD|B1UHD consider- fcur is also the A Report of D. W. Hudson, Civil Engineer and Pield Expert. The oil belt of New Mexico crosses a portion of Lincoln county through the Southwestern corner of Cbevas county, and on and through Eddy county to the state line of Texas, and into Reeves county of that state where oil has been found in considerable quantities. The strike of this oil belt is from northwest to southeast. Apparently the oil belt is of considerable width, determined by the croppings and oil showing in water wells. The width has been variously estimated from six to ten miles. I consider the smaller estimate a safer basis on which drilling operations may be conducted. In Lincoln county, coal is found in an upper strata about 1000 feet above oil formation, is favorable as regards the relat position of oil and coal. The formation along the strike Is limestone, lime sh|le, gypsum and oU sandstone. The limestone oveTIylriglhe" field otw treaty to thirty feet ,t^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

*;v m frM ■m C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician & surgeon 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 governed by services rendered Office at Hereford Dental Parlors in the G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phoned Residence 18 Wither spoon, 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. G. F. LeGRANDE, M. D. physician & surgeon Office at Burns & Smith's Drugstore Hereford, Texas. Jack Garvin visited in Amarillo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 21 October 1904

m mmm. máM Market Cattle J. W. Rhea of the firm of Rhea Bros., of Bovina, Teaaa, one of the wide-awake cattle firm of that state, who has béen here for some tkae, wound up a string of 2,800 head of steers that the firm had on pasture at Alma, Kan., yesterday. "The last of the string has been marketed" said Mr. Rhea, "and I am glad of it, as I can loaf now and take life easy for a few days until after the American Royal show is over, when I shall return to Texas. We may ship a few trainloads of our older steers later on from Texas, but the rest of our herd will *e kept there. We have about 5,000 head of steers altogether, and they are in good shapf/' _ _ J| I out a carload of choice yearling grade Hereford steers to exhibit at the American Royal next week, but thev were delaved by washouts, and be able to reach here. These were the pick out of 1,900 of very choice yearlings, and rranini Wat Stifanfnw rrepare fot snipping We were fcfonned by A. p. 1* - * Excursion Rates to for the abo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

t '1 ü o AiaBaaiiag^^ ^■r w ' w w Vol. 4 HEREFORD. TEXAS. OCTOBER 28. 1904 No. 37 HEREFORD'S FIRST BALE OF COTTON BROUGHT .THE PRODUCER $85 1 YOU CERTAINLY WILL NEED A SKIVE Íj Jjj The last cold snap should remind you that winter will soon be upon us in full blast and you will need a stove. 4Q pared to save you money on this class of goods. Following we quote you a few prices: 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 Air-tight Heaters, were worth $14.00, now 12 .OO Hot Blast Heaters, were worth $13.00, now 11. Oo COOKING $18.00 No. 8 Cook ¿>tovo $20.00 No. 8 Steel Cook Stove $22.50 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove $25.00 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove Good Coal Hod, worth 35 cents, now. STOVES SIX INCH STOVE PIPE, WORTH 20 CENTS, NOW 15 CENTS PER D. R. & Hereford, HEREFORD'S FIRST BALE. Much Interest Manifested in Its Appearance on Our Streets—Cat- tlemen Contribute to Make Up a Good Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

lOOiiS We have received a supply of Magazines and periodicals—Novbemer numbers. In the meantime our stock of books will be complete and we would be glad to sell or ¡5 rent you one of the latest novels of the day. Z'M S T. M. COULSON CO; ¡ Druggists... _> L——WW • ••« xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The First Bale. are informed that the W."' •*V v We are informed that the price paid for the first bale of cotton was between $2 and $3 more than was offered at any other railroad point. We are not speaking by the book but believe that the statement will not be misleading to cotton raisers and interior merchants when we give out the information that $2 to $3 per bale more will be paid for cotton at Amarillo than will be offered at other Panhandle railroad points.— Amarillo Herald. Referring to the above, we deem it our duty to correct the wrong im- pression which it might make upon the minds of some few cotton raisers. A newspaper is supposed ti> state facts just as they are and not offer an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

.■ \ o o o ■, ;w Panhandle News ■y « n* • iíí' 1££ HDREFOkD BkA*6 The Panhandle Teachers' Asso- ciation will hold their first meeting of this year at Clarendon,, on Nov- ember 25th and 26th. The Dalhart lee and Electric Company of Dalhart was chartered this week, with a capital stock of $100,000. Its purpose, to operate gins, mills, water and light plants. Incorporators: W. H. Wolff, C. G. Foulks and C. C. Slaughter. The water at Childress seems to ie getting further away. They say mow, through a Fort Worth paper, •they do not expect to find it short of -2,500 feet. As they have never been able to go more than half that •depth, in three years, the prospect is still very gloomy.—Clarendon Chronicle. Monday of this week A. J. Fires and Geó. W. Deahl sold their stock in the Quanah National Bank to Quanah parties. Messrs Fires and Deahl immediately handed in their resignation as president and director •of the bank, and ceased to be con- nected with that institution. Judge Fires will now...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

<.'&k == LAW. W. DODSON, Cashiei President •I Xmiv Jrtémv *9 OGKR m c GOOGIK Organ tor OMT •■ «« •>4 CutM CtaattM Entered April 17, 1901, M Mcond-clw mail natter, poet office at Hereford, Texas, Srícon¿rmo£ March 3, 1879. c=.í ; Subscription Price $1.00 per Year «miCTLT IK ADVANCE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904 announcements FOR COUHTY JUDGE W. H. RUSSELL A. J. LIPSCOMB FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR J. T. INMON W. B. PHILLIPS R. N. MOUNTS GEORGE CLOYD FOR COUHTY CLERK W. B. BEACH FOR COUHTY TREASURER C. L. DAVIS FOR TAX ASSESSOR f J. S. WYCHE J. WALK BRÁDLY J. W. FORD A. STEWART KENDRICK COMMISSIONER PRECIHCT z L. R. BRADLY. O. M. DANIEL COMMISSIOHER PRECINCT 2 T. M. PALMER _ \ CASTRO COUNTY FOR COUHTY JUDGE M. F. BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR W. S. DIXON FOR COUNTY TREASURER GEO. W. IRWIN COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 W. A. TATE A. P. EATON PROHIBITION AND POLITICS. Not long since an editorial ap- peared in the Brand, intended as a criticism on Cyclone Davis for at- tempting to carry prohibiti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

. \ ,;v; ;;V} i ■ l/í- v < . • ?. THE HERFORD BRAND HlB tfto. fc %■ §2SSS§,8 i f,*í ! i •o c 3 ; 3 5. 3 v I S. I s. bfi u 1- i *** " i 1 i "III tf .2-5 "S lili Js xj I v U|- iií i«í « "S I u; ill i <N tf) School supplies it Burns & Smith' . Jno. Boyd had business in I Amarillo for several days this week. If you wish a few geraniums cheap I for cash, apply at this office. 36t£ W. L. Townsend of Bovina spent I several days in Hereford on business I this week. Chas, plover of the Nazareth I community was in town Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Steele and I daughter of Texico visited in Here- ford this week. SHORT LOCALS Jiews of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Subscribe for the Brand. "Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Chas. Daughtry is offering his buggy and harness at a bargain, ltp W.'R. Woodburn of Castro county was a pleasant caller at this office Monday. J. S. Wyche, J. T. Inmon and J. W. Ford all had business at Bovina Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

;... ■ end of in charge of the cotton btions at College Station, many oí our _ what kind of atton seed to plant next year: College Station, Oct. 10, 1904. Julius Runge, President Galveston Cottton Exchange. Dear Sir: I have received through Secretary Young a copy of the resolutions passed by the Galveston Cotton Ex- change protesting against the im- portation of hort staple so-called early cottons. In reply to your request that I as- sist in this matter, I will say that I had already, on Sept. 6, reported to the department of agriculture the to certain short staple and the serious consequences : extensive planting of such cottons in Texas. Besides the shortness of staple of these cottons, they were no earlier in escaping the weevil and did not yield aay more this season than good staple, long boll cottons r experiments of the bureau of and the Texaj Experi- *6. .fe? as i/for Texas growers to , -seed from the Caro- rather than from Central In- Territory or Eastern Arkansas, they are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

m IB Es.^'. C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician & surgeon Office at BurnsJJi Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. 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 \ i ■ 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 Q. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone 65 Residence 18 .f Witherspoon, Gough & Dodaon 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. G. F. LeGRANDE, M. D. * : physician & accoucheur. Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Res...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 28 October 1904

mMtfk !«■!*■ JamIHAII 9MM MAMS VlrTlr fllrlvlfl TrW gripes* PHtOB BAKING POWOCN OO. OHIOAOO. *u pl: Vv'" ¡fe J Open Quarantine Season. The following government order, regulating the open quarantine sea- son, just issued, will be of interest to the Bhand readers who have cat- tie in the tick-infected districts, which they may wish to ship to this se&ias! 'I It is hereby ordered, That section 3 of B. A. I. Order No. 121, dated January 14, 1904, providing for the movement of cattle from the quar- antine district described by said , order and amendments thereto, be amended as follows: From November 1, 1904, to Jan- uary 31, 1905, inclusive, cattle from the said district may be moved for purposes^ other than immediate slaughter to the noninfected area within the states of Virginia, North Carolina, Tennesse, Texas and Cal- ifornia, and to the states of Miss- ouri and Kansas, and the territories of Arisona and New Mexico, as may be provided for in the regulations of the states and terr...

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