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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 February 1906

■ CREAN MKItK POWDfR A Graam of Tartar Powder lade From Qrapoi No Alum and cut 2ti + ' ■ • *n *•:. Nice line of silverware glass at the jewelry store. Fine valencenese lacea, ladies collars, street caps and belts just received. J. G. ¿aliens. Fresh fish and oysters always kept on hand at the City Restaurant, C. S. Richards, Proprietor 2tf Remember we carry the best and freshest candies all the time. Also fine ciders. J. G. Call-ins. T. H. Beach, the gist, was among the callers Thursday. Dimmitt drug city's business CLEO COMMUNITY. L. A. Shive returned from Big Springs last week Several of our young people went to Nazareth last Sunday. , Mrs. Geo. Abbott was quite sick several days last week, but we learn that she is better at this writing. Miss Fannie Burch has returned home after spending about two weeks with her brother, OUie Burch, of Arney. E. S. Ireland and Miss Emma Baker, John Turner and Miss Etta Dixon came down from Dimmitt to Sunday School last Sunday eve. W. H. Gilbreath ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

pik .{r ■■ fm •"'v ¡r i£r I I |M| R$^«« Jr. A . . . TOM .„-.../JBg-f ,t Wrilf *-v — t£ !M ■bp: . • - -*•', fev^v.:Vf/ • • ■Bp -•* Vol. 6 HEREFORD, TEXAS, MARCH 2, 1906 No. 3 EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A LARGE OAT FIELD THIS YEAR = *. ,t J. L. FUQUA, President C. W. DODSON, Cashier ■ Capital Stock $50,000.00 Of HEREFORD, TEXAS Surplus and Profits $9,218.49 — THE HEREFORD NATIONAL BANK has become THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Hereford, Texas, with increased Capital Stock and change in Directory. Owing to the natural development of the country which means an increase in the volume of our bank- ing business, we have for sometime felt the necessity of making a corresponding enlargement of our facilities for taking care of the business of this section of the country. The result of our deliberations is that our capital stock has been increased from $25,000 to $50,000.00 and the name of the institution has been changed from The Hereford National Bank to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Hereford, Texas...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

Sti': itional Column. "Small Mnrice is true service while it lasts; Of humblest friends, bright caeatnre: scorn The dahy by the shadow that it caste, Protects the lingering dewdrop from the sun." , We' have now closed the first week of our seventh month of school with very satisfactory results. Pu- pils who have attended regularly, have progressed rapidly, and have done good work. Miss Vivian Rogers entered the High School as a new pupil on last Monday. The orimary grades have been Observing the month of Februany with fitting exercises. Louise McFarling a bright little tot has come to us a? a new pupil in the 2nd grade. The famine in northern Japan has assumed calamitous proportions. Thousands of people are living on roots and leaves, sometimes mixed with a small quantity of flour or rice when these can be had. Others are using a flour made from acorns. Over half "a million people* are now living under actual lamine condi- tions. The Japanese government is doing all that it can to p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAID i £ •TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK1' i——— 1 ■ — # " , _ -1 ~ ' ' . ' _ ♦ ' ( Is a trite saying and a very old one, but is just as "pat" today as when It was first uttered. There is no line of business in which it is more important than in the business of farming. The successful farmer of today must plan weeks and months ahead and we want to suggest that right now is none too early to be figuring on what you are going to require in the way of AGRICULTURAL iriPLEMENTS for the year 1906. We are already preparing to supply our rapidly growing trade, and we want to say to you that we aré going to have a fuller, finer, more complete, more up-to-date stock of FARM IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY than we have ever show. It will include a complete assortment of the JOHN DEERE LINE, together with some of the choicer things from B. F. AVERY & SONS goods, selected with special reference to the demands of this market. We are going to show you such quality of goods at such satisfactor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

*',.2jüip-X-i^''- *'¿wt Vv-vJWi-: V^'v^fef,'i 'j¿' -í ====== id V es PubtUkmd Jwnr J. HAY A COMPANY J. RAY. Mito* , oM°v¿a°a:^f°£j£sajr'"* Entered April 17, 1901, — ------ mail matter, post office at «•'•tod. T« Act of Congreis of March 3, Iwiv- Subscription Price SI.00 per Year strictly in ADVANCE FRIDAY, MARCH 2,1906 announcements rAll candidate for County and District offices will be charged $10 for wn°unce- ments; for precinct, $5, payable inrariably in advance.] browning IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County. F„Cn,J *£Rus3ELL F„ c~,., * J. H. KING. A. J. OLIVER J. W. ENGLISH For Sheriff: Tl INMON. E. F. CONNELL. J. H. TURNBOW R. W. BAIRD For Tax Assessor: J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. J,. E. COBB For County Treasurer: BERN H. SMITH. L. A. SIMPSON p. R. PURCELL CHAS. E. SMITH Castro County For County and Diatrict Clerk : EDGAR S. IRELAND For Tax Assessor: W. S, DIXON. For County Treasurer: S. I. LEE Items From Boom. - J. B. McMifln is courting at the capital of Deaf Smith this week. Grandp...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

THB BSRBPORD BRAND J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement of G. A; F. PARKER, President. The Western National Bank ROSS W. DAVIS, Cashier. HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, Jan. 2nd, 1906 F • I ^ RESOURCES Loans - $216,244.39 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Redemption Fund - - 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 71,224.51 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits (Net) Circulation - DEPOSITS: Cashiers Checks Dividends Unpaid $¿0,000.00 14,771.22 50,000.00 230,861.78 15.90 1,420.00 $347,068.90 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY ist, 1903 Deposits, January ist, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, Junuary ist, 1905 - Deposits, July ist, 1904 - -$55,959.21. Deposits, July ist, 1905 - DEPOSITS NOW . , > $230,861.78 $347,068.90 $90,0x6.08. $104,628.68 I É\. 1 BILL HEAD Dealer in Panhandle Farms, Ranches and HEREFORD CITY PROPERTY We can furnish you some of the choicest bargains to be found anywhere in the west. The following affidavit shows...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

HnfpH * ?• >• ,w, M.-$: :S#fef;,\;; .,} ;T:> ';'« £v Nk-'ííí ARE YOU Are you Interested in getting just what you , : want in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, COAL, LUMBER, COTTON SEEDCAKE and everything else used on a farm or ranch? If so, you will never be disappointed at our store. Our stock in all the above lines is complete and our prices can't help but interest you. ' Come to see us. p; | Hfr:Y HE'-, ■p m: Ours is the most up-to-date transfer ever put on in Here- ford. If you need the proof, give us a trial and be con- vinced. 'Phone 87. j V,.v. *i*r, V=p*F '• THE HEREFORD BRAND W T SMITH HP L ■■ i Concrete Stone THERE'S MONEY IN IT We equip complete plants or furnish individual molds. "The Crouch System" fully covered by United States Patents. No iron or wood pallets. The Crouch System Stone Machine Company WICHITA, KAN. JAMES T. HICKS, Sec.-Treas, and Attorney, Schutz Buildlnc fc: PHOTOGRAPHS SPECIAL RATES M. M. MAJOR Photographer NEXT DOOR TO RACKET STORE m wirt Giiriitui Subscrib...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

1 «9 S. J. DODSOW, LL. M. ' Lat* And Collections Omen at Residence Hereford, - - Texas JNO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office otar T. M. Coulson & 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 . Wlherspoon W. Claude Wiherspoon C. Q. Witherspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'s Lands GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C. L. Davis C. B. Oxendlne 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. Dimm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 2 March 1906

SbR**®': Improves the flavor and adds to the health- fulness of the food* Dormitory to be Painted. Arrangements have been definitely made for applying two coats of paint to the exterior of the dormitory as soon as the weather will permit. Committees have been appointed to let the contract or do the work by day labor as in their judgment seems best, and the money is already in the bank to pay for the work. This is a much needed improve- ment and one which will very ma- terially add to the general appear- ance Of the college property. K1 ■BPS We are making a record as leaders in the Harness and Saddle business. Our store is headquarters for both city and ranch people when they want anything i the way of fine Saddles and Substantial Harness or Fancy Boots and Shoed. In fact our stock in all departments is complete and we are prepared to satisfy the wants of .the most exact- ing. Repair Work Remember fieneral á wmm HIT ''K' •" •- *' ' •< ■ . R On At C. E. Edwards stand sells THE GLOB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

ÉsL MRlflS mBm . '' ... r feww $5 Vol. 6 " ~ HEREFORD. Ti MARCH 9, 1906 No. 4 THE PANHANDLE COUNTRY IS THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY r, A'hí'ífaJé* m- Jpi J. L. FUQUA, President C. W. DODSON, Cashier Ha ' ■ % ■« Capital Stock $50,000.00 Of HEREFORD, TEXAS \ Surplus and Profits $9,2 1 8.49 THE HEREFORD NATIONAL BANK has become THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Hereford, Texas, with increased Capital Stock and change in Directory. Owing to the natural development of the country which means an increase in the volume of our. bank- ing business, we have for sometime felt the necessity of making a corresponding enlargement of our facilities for taking care of the business of this section of the country. The result of our deliberations is that our capital stock has been increased from $25,000 to $50,000.00 and the name of the institution has been changed from The Hereford National Bank to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Hereford, Texas. We expect to increase our circulation to $50,000.00 at an early date an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

_* .mmm— rifTfll! • ; •'. ' ÍÍ : ■ to sav that we are better prepared this year than ever before to supply your wants. It has always been the first consideration with us to give our cus- the highest qualities and best Tainos at reasonable prices. Our long experience in business on the Plains has enabled us to select the best and most suitable lines of Farm Implements, Windmills and Vehicles for good and satisfactory use to all. We cordially invite you tocall and inspect our toge and complete line of farming tools, consisting of all implements necessary to assist you in making good crops. We have the P & O FARMERS SUCCESS SULKY (and a better plow was cev«: made); THEFAMOUS EASY RUNNING GOODENOuGH SULKY PLOWS; KATYDID ROD PLOWS; CANTON DISC HARROW, in the sizes 16, 18and 20 inch disc; DRAG HARROWS, in 50and 60 tooth sixes; THEMOLINE DISC PLOWS, the only disc plow tfcatlku*«ircompl^su^son the PUins; THE VICTOR BALANCE FRAME CULTIVATORS; PAO RIDING CHAIN DRIVE LISTERS; ONE and TWO R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

i * ' Have just received three carloads of IHPLEMENTS, WAGONS and BUGGIES. You should not fail to see our No. 30 and No. 35 NEW DEERE LISTERS and PLANTERS, DEERE DISC PLOWS and HARROWS. Also the AVERY TORNADO DISC HARROW and CULTIVATOR and Celebrated "MR. BILÜ" LISTER and PLANTER. We also sell the "STUDEBAKER" WAGONS, which have a reputation for long life and light draft from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Our stock of WINDMILL PIPE and CASING and WELL SUPPLIES is complete. The LEADER WINDMILL is the wood mill that will never need repainting. The "SAMSON'* is the strongest steel mill built, therefore, will stand the test of the highest wind. Remember we are in a position to handle your business in anything you need in the Hardware and implement line and will appreciate your trade. Come and see us. We always take pleasure in showing our goods. YOURS TRULY TRIP TO GALVESTON. # W Fifth Grade Pupil Tells of His First Visit to the Island City. I got on the train Friday in Here- ford and we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

J. RAY m COMPANY j. ra*. mm« wm mKM^M fe % o -Sa°8í:&."£J!saj!-IU' = Entered April 17, 1901.U «.««-«— mail matter, poit office it Hereford, Tezaa, Act of Congrew of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, MARCH 9.1906 announcements fAll candidate! for County and Diatrict 1 will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for orecinct, $5, payable invariably in advance.] ' decker ROWNING IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County. For County Judg:R^ssELL For County and Diitrict Clerk: W. M. COGDELL. J. H. KING. A. J. OLIVER J. W. ENGLISH For Sheriff: J. T. INMON. E. F. CONNELL. . J. H. TURNBOW R. W. BAIRD For Ta* Aasessor: t J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. L. E. COBB For County Treasurer: BERN H. SMITH. L. A. SIMPSON P. R. PURCELL CHAS. E. SMITH Castro County • and Diatrict Clerk: __ JAR S. IRELAND For Tax Asaeasor: W. S. DIXON. For County Treasurer: S. I. LEE OUR EXPLANATION ring to the fact that a number it friends have called us to for publishing some things con- ._...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

m THE HEREFORD BRAHD G. A. F. PARKER, President. Condensed Statement of The Western National Bank HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, March 6th, 1906 RESOURCES Loans - U. S. Bonds and Premiums Banking House and Fixtures Redemption Fund Cash and Exchange J. L. SMITH, • Vice-President ROSS W. DAVIS, Cashier, LIABILITIES $213,158.46 51,500.00 5,600.00 2,500.00 76,605-63 Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Circulation DEPOSITS: $50,000.00 16,1x5.7a 50,000.00 233.248.38 $349>364.o8 $349,364.08 BUSINESS JULY ist, THIS BANK OPENED FOR Deposits, January ist, 1904 - $51,300.62 Deposits, July xst, 1904 - - $55,959-21. DEPOSITS NOW $233,248.38 Deposits, Junuary ist, 1905 Deposits, July ist, 1005 $90,016.08, $104,628.68 BILL HEAD Dealer in Panhandle Farms, Ranches and HEREFORD CITY PROPERTY We can furnish you some of the choicest bargains to be found anywhere in the west. The following affidavit shows up- on what terms I propose to do business: THE STATE OF TEXAS 1 County of Deaf Smith J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

:<V-*U V;'-■'< ít?' • "' TBI HEREFORD 3RAND • 7", —■ f BaB P'í m \ m vi | ■sIB fef pi i> $$ V.,' '"• JJencb tailored Clothes mm Our stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods is complete. We carry the Celebrated «Sterling Line of Clothing; the Clothing with correct styie and fit. Every garment fully guaranteed. A full line of Boys' and Children's Clothing. A big stock of new spring style Shirts for men and boys. There áfe iharty reasons why ;• j' * " "• * you should trade at MOUNT & WILLIAMS' You will find there the best values and the largest and most complete stock to select from. You will get fair treatment and find your patronage appreciated. You can see a beautiful line of new and up-to-date Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ladies' *1 . '«vaT neckwear, Stamped Linens and Embroidery Patterns. The Millinery Department has many attractions of interest and value. Don't fail to visit that department; it will save you money. ■ ; : • h ^i, If you need a HAT we can show a COMPLETE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

• * KS. YOU INTERESTED Are you interested in getting just what you want in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, COAL, LUMBER, COTTON SEED CAKE and everything else used on a farm or ranch? If so, you will never be disappointed at our store. Our stock in all the above lines is complete and our prices can't help but interest you. Come to see us. First Class 0. Ours is the most up-to-date transfer ever put on in Here- ford. If you need the proof, give us a trial and be con- vinced. 'Phone 87. w. — T. SMITH Proprietor Concrete Stone THERE'S MONEY IN IT We equip complete plants or furnish individual molds. "The Crouc*h System" fully covered by United States Patents. No iron or wood pallets. The Crouch System Stone Machine Company WICHITA, KAN. > T. MICKS Attorney. SchuU camp msetdtg. —i - DON'T FORGET THAT I AM „ IN HEREFORD; [AT I AM AN EX- iHtllCED PHOTO- AND THAT ITU SATISFAC- >: w; - " ' T ■« ;t Extensive Preparations Being Made for Panhandle fathering in July. The Panhandle Christian camp- mee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

m f Ü&b Pili! TONSORIAL PARLORS The liberal patronage which we are enjoying can be ac- couted for from the fact that we keep only experienced men. Our specialties are an easy shave, a neat hair cut and clean bath. Give as a trial. We represent The Troy Steam Laundry of Amarillo. Basket leaves Wednesday and returns Saturday. All work guaranteed. 'tkr. L. R. Bassham PROPRIETOR 7 VEQA NEWS. &• Ife P H There was an all day service at the Bassett school bouse on the 25th by Brother Fox. J. L. McGuire, W. V. Hamilton and Charley Robinson have gone to Imperial, California, prospecting. We are having some nice weather and form work is being pushed, as never before, in this neck of the woods. Miss Berta Holloway, of Vega, who fell and broke her hip in Okla- homa some time back, is improving and will be able to return home soon. Several of H. B. Wood's former Kansas neighbors are visiting him and looking at the country. They are well pleased with the Panhandle. Some prospectors, in an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

vu.; v 30 ue nd ka th- S. J. DODSON, LL. M. Law and Collections • Offices at Residence Hereford, - - * Texas JNO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over T. M. Coulson & 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 C. <i. Wiherspoon W. Claude Wlherspoon C. 0. Witherspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'s Lands GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C L. Davis C. B. Oxcndlnt H. H. Hawkins HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY dealees 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 ti...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 March 1906

== Wm A Cream of Tartar Powder Ma From Drapes No Slum í¡7 '•■■ "i 1' — Be!;-/' B ••• if'.V &■■■ «Breezy Point." Next Tuesday night in the college chapel, Miss MacDiarmid will present "Breezy Point," the comedy whose first appearance laft Novem- ber was so enthusiastically received. The reappearance of the play is in response to many requests from per- sons who were unable to witness the first performance and the. unstinted praise of those who did see it. The date has been fixed this time fbr Tuesday night which it is thought will interfere with no prior engage- ments "Breezy Point" is a live, spark- ling comedy of schoolgirl and rural life, with exceedingly clever charac- ter sketching. Aunt Debby Dexter, the quaint and charming mistress of "Breezy Point," plans to lift a heavy mortgage on the homestead by boarding four girls on a summer vacation from school. Elinor Pearl, the waif, whom Aunt Debby had years before adopted and Ashrael, the "asperin" serving maid complete the int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 March 1906

s.T\ VoL * HEREFORD. TEXAS, MARCH 1*. 1906 No-5 DON'T FAIL TOREAD THE ADVERTISEMENTS OF OUR BUSINESS MEN J. L. FUQUA, President C. W. DODSON, Cashier The First National Bank Of HEREFORD, TEXAS Capital Stock $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits $9,218.49 THE HEREFORD NATIONAL BANK has become THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Hereford, Texas, with increased Capital Stock and change in Directory. Owing to the natural development of the counrty which means an increase in the volume of our bank- ing business, we have for sometime felt the necessity of making a corresponding enlargement of our facilities for taking care of the business of this section of the country. The result of our deliberations is that our capital stock has been increased from $25,000 to $50,000.00 and the name of the institution, has been changed from The Hereford National Bank to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Hereford, Texas. We expect to increase our circulation to $50,000.00 at an early date and are In a position to extend to our...

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