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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

== •5= «*<<•*•«I fMry MrUmp Bp J. RAY ft COMPANY J. MAY. Editor Entered April 17, 1901, ó .econd-claM ■mail matter, past office at Hertford, Tens, Act of Congress of March 3, 117 . Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. [All candidates for County and District «offices will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for precinct, $5, payable invariably in advance.] % -For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL For District Judge: J. N. BROWNING IRA WEBSTER UP AGAINST IT. Deaf Smith County. Kor County Judge: W. H. RUSSELL. For County and District 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. WVBAIRD ForJTax Assessor: J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. ¿ L. E. COBB For County Treasurer: BERN H. SMITH. L. A. SIMPSON P. R. PURCELL CHAS. E. SMITH Y. .i for Cou f.ASH For Tax Assessor: W. S. DIXON. For County Treasurer: S. I; LEE For sheriff and tax collector: I. 0. JACKSON ■ ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

' " 'V #*r THE HEREFORD BRAND < PwM? ; V I i IJ, O. A. F. PARKER, President. J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement of The Western National Bank OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, April 24th, 1906 RESOURCES Loans ... - $230,435,34 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Redemption Fund - - 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 86,278.20 $376,313.54 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1st, 1903 Deposits, January 1st, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, July 1st, 1905 Deposits, July 1st, 1904 - - $55,959-21. Deposits, Junuary 1st, 1905 - $90,016.08. ROSS W. DAVIS, Caahiei $50,000.00 18,308.38 50.000.00 258,005,16 $376,313.54 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits (Net) Circulation - - DEPOSITS: Individual $251,005.18 Banks - 6,999.98 A/V|ÍVOAV0| j *yvj Deposits, January 1st, 1906 Deposits, Now - - - - $104,628.68, $220,466.42. $258,005.16. Genuine Shumach cane seed at Barnard & Co.'s. 9tf W. A. Slover of Dimmitt was in Hereford on busines...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

WW THE HEREFORD BRAND • - * DO YOU WANT A SQUARE OEAL? If so, then compare the prices asked you with our prices for the same lands. You will find the comparison greatly to your advantage, as in many instances we can save you from \ $1.00 to $2.50 per acre S I PRICE -NOTHING ADDED We sell on a five per cent commission—NO MORE., NO LES5 hhm ■fes;:-' REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS WÍ-: " Money for Bellevue. Hereford people have had two opportunities the last few weeks to make their interest in their fellow ■ BE Hi • ••• v *avaa *** mm wavww man manifest and in each instance they have acquitted themselves in a manner which speaks volumes for them. When desolation and ruin visited San Francisco, they united with one accord and sent $200 to the sufferers; now, when no less suffer- ing and deprivation visits one of our towns in Texas, they are equally ready to extend the helping hand. As soon as the extent of Bellevue losses were definitely known, com- mit tee s became active in rai...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

V _ * THE HEREFORD BRAND INCLUDED ARE % ;• m YOU Are yoü 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, yoiSi will never be disappointed at our store. Our stock in all the above lines is complete and our prices can't tíerp bui iiHerest you, Í "***■ ■ ' i SV4Mr • Come to see us. >: >: mnnn iivin. Tim '4'} '■ ;* r: rrfJY i3*MXiwzixktm.t.Tnsixxn ■.VP " r ^-- ~:-.7rrr. .. :/ t". II I i .OP*... Livery Stable We take pleasvre in call- ing the public's attention to our new Livery Stable and the splendid manner in which iré can now serve the people in our line. We have the best carriages and1 teams which money can pro- cure. We askyou to call when we can serve you. Yours for business . P. D. MERSFELDER Sooina. Texas First Class 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- vIkcmI. 'Phone 87. . ■Wi ■2Ü „ it Association...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

ir & íy&F: THE HBRXFORD BRAND JiMi ¡ of the United States Congress for the District of Colombia AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $2,000,000.00 FORD, TEXAS W. E. ROBERTSON, General Agent These mines are located 18 miles northeast of H^rmosillo City, on the great lime and porphyry belt, which traverses the State of Sonora from south to north, extending into the territory of Arizona. On this great zone are the great copper and silver mines which have made the names of Sonora and Arizona famous, Jerome, Bisbee, Placentas Nocasara, LaVerde, Sultana, La Copete, Mina, Grande, and many others, yet these mines are hut a beginning of the prospecting of this mineral belt. The Los Angeles mines, located in the heart of this famous zone, have the added-advantage of many fácilities close at hand, which these older miners were obliged to obtain at enormous expense. The fact that this property has been held for many yeárs by Mexicans, who, unable to properly work the property, but realizing Its great val...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 April 1906

' ;• j G As a compliment to our many patrons and the public generally, for a short time, we pro- phases to the amount of $20.00, a handsome lyon, Sepia or Water C with one of the leading portrait houses of America, to furnish us with their celebrated pose to give to every customer making Cash Purchases „ three quarter, life size. Crayon, Sepia or Water Color Portrait FREE. To this end we have made Its, Remember you are not required to buy a frame. We are presenting you the portrait Ere line of Frames which we as an appreciation of your patronage. However we shall carry a large will self to portrait customers at wholesale price. If you can buy a frame cheaper elsewhere, you may do so. SI^;,,1 v ' • : , vi'. :'■■■'• •' . v-, - .. ••• ' ' '■ x * . ' ' • ■ ■ • • ■ : ' Our stock now embraces the mOst varied and exclusive lines of Ladles' Dress Goods, Cloth- ing and Gents' Furnishings ever shown in Hereford. So complete is our stock in every depart- ment that the most exacting has no diff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

1' Z' <TTT WSF?ív-^:*'vr;•'r•. ■ •>;, ■^fPl "•' ¿ VÍF¿5?« ¿ *« .. _ r.. .. ;•;,■ ^ Vol. 6 WBm MAT 16.1906 No. 14 ALL WILL AGREE THAT WE MJJST HAVE A CLEANER HEREFORD ■MP ' 1 The number and name of prize winner will be given in this space next week. We are yery grateful to all who traded at our Store during this sale. We believe that we have not only given our customers good goods and good values but in many articles have saved them money. We will continue to give the best for the money and will appreciate your valued patronage. We will con- tinue our closing out sale of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. They must go. It will pay you to buy while they last. Vou get the best clothing and make a big saving. Come and see. •.V YOURS Items Prom Hart. EJfir® ■' . © • r , \ ■ Rain in abundance and hail very destructive to almost all vegetation. Gardens destroyed and fruit beat off of our trees. Mrs. A. P. Eaton of Dimmitt was visiting friends in Hart last week and was much pleased...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

ME HSRXFORD BSAKD W • ••••••• ks W W _ w W w w w ^ ^ ■ ■ ' ,. ■■ ^ ■■ J «I — ~ - f They aw the BEST VALUES lor the PRICE ever brought to Hereford, Come in and look them oVer. Their QÜALITV and PRICE tell the whole story. * J STIC RANGES The LIFE PRESERVERS tor the LADIES. Tlie BEST RANOES made, REGARDLESS of PRICE. Our pride and pleasure to show them'. CHLORO NAPTHOLEUM DIP The DIP that SATISFIES the CATTLEMEN and the ITCH-RIDÜEN CATTLE. I* 5 GALLON TINS at EIGHTY CENTS per ÓALLON. In BARRELS at SEVENTY CENTS per gallon. CALL FOR CONVENTION Northwest Texas Press Association Meets Aug. 7-8 x9°6> at Min- eral Wells. The Northwest Texas Press As- sociation is hereby called to meet in eighteenth annual session on August 7 and 8, 1906, in the city of Mineral Wells, Texas. Let every old mem- ber rally to the colors, and let other newspaper men within the bounds of the Association who are not now members become such, and let "Mineral Weils, '06," be a mem- orable occasion in the history...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

m m I i i m . .« Commencing Monday morning, May 21st and continuing until the 31st (last day of May) we will offer the public goods at remarkably low prices. A careful inspection of this entire list will convince anyone that we are making prices lower than KpMPi.. ( l-di . - LJ| P 0 BEEN made in Hereford at any season of the year. Come and see the goods and you will quit complaining We extehd this sale to the last of May in order to give the peoplein the country has EVER BEEN made in Hereford at any season ol that goods are high in Hereford. We éxtetid this as good a chance to buy goods cheap as those living in town. Your trade for the past two years, which has built us up from a confectionery business to a dry goods establishment, has been very much appreciated and we trust to receive a most liberal patronage at this special sale. Remember the place and dates. Look at This List Carefully Staple ©very day dres* goods at prices so low that you had better buy and save them till you do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

I -i ft COMMUNITY. /A. L. Shive sold hit two year old ¡steers and delivered them at Here- ford last Saturday. CGeo. Burch, Tess Henderson, J. ID. Burch and myself were in your •city last Saturday. ■■■ The sheep men of this countji, as Jfar as I have been able to ascertain, ¿have raised a good crop of lambs (this «pring. Mrs. Burch and niece of. Ama- nillo returned home last Saturday After spending a week with their relatives, J. D. Burch and family, of this community. The first planting of kaffir, maize Add corn in growing nicely and seems >to be a nice stand. Haven't heai any complaint among the peop! not getting a stand this spring. •Gardens down here are late, but looking well. We have had two nice showers in the last ten days which keeps every thing growing nicely, but a good arain would be very acceptable just now, as wheat that was planted last fall is just in the right stage to be •damaged considerably if it doesn't rget rain soon. Oats and spring •wheat are doing well. D....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

TT™" ™ . " THE HEREFORD BRAHO W?M ' IS and is the Kttig of light draft machines. The harvest season is near at hand and you should not fail to examine the many merits of the Deering Binder before placing your order for a machine. Our stock of Cul- tivators was never more complete than it is this season. We are showing eight styles of these machines. The Blk and Lucky Jim balance frame styles are especially popular. Come and inspect them. We are headquarters for Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Stoves. Make our store your headquarters when in town. = =S Are you a Judicious Business Man? If so you will not al- low your property to remain uninsured. After the flames ap- pear and sweep away Sur possessions, it is in too late to figure on insurance. Now is the time, and my 13 Old Line Companies are anxious to carry your risk. See me at once at the office of C. G. Witherspoon & Son. B. H. Smith Hereford, Texas >'i= =* 1 lf|' mm Our constant endeavor is to please all who trade at oiir s...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly ik advance FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. [All candidates for Cownty and District offices I will be charged $10 for Í loir in advance 5 for precinct, IS, payable invariably •J .. Entered April 17,1901^aa aecond- mail matter, post office at Hereford, T Act of Congress of March 3, «79 For Connty J For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL For District Judge: J. N. BROWNING IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County* 'Judge: • WTH. RUSSELL. For Connty and District Clerk: W. M. COGDELL. J. H. KING. A. J. OLIVER J. W. ENGLISH For Sheriff: J. T. INMON. E. F. CONNELL. J. H. TÜRNBOW R. W. BAIRD For Tax Assessor: J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. L. E. COBB F«f Connty Treasurer i L. A. SIMPSON P. R; PURCELL CHAS. E. SMITH For County Commissioner Prec. No. 3: J. R. ARMSTRONG Castro County and District Clerks ~~ AR S. IRELAND HARVEY CASH W. S. DIXON. Tnuusrt S. L LEE sheriff «ad tax collector: PRESS BUREAU- SCHOOL COMMEHCEMEHTS _ t Audiences Gather to Witness the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

Mr |p •>.r m THE HEREFORD BRAND / 0. A. P. PARKER, President. J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement of ROSS W. DAVIS, Cashier. The Western National Bank % OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, April 24th, 1906 RESOURCES L°ans , - - - $230,435,34 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 5¿,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Redemption Fund - . 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 86,278.20 $376,313.54 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - - $50,000,00 Surplus and Profits (Net) 18,308.38 Circulation. - • - 50,000.00 DEPOSITS: Individual $251,005.18 Banks - 6,999.98 258,005,16 $376,3r3-54 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1st, 1903 Deposits, January 1st, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, July 1st, J905 Deposits, July 1st, 1904 - - $55,959.21. 9, Junu Deposits, Junuary 1st, 1905 - $90,016.08. i, July 1st, J905 - $104,628.68. Deposits, January 1st, 1906 $220,466.42. Deposits, Now - - - - - $258,005.16. 640 a bargain, See L. Gough about it. 49tf Genuine Shumach cane seed at Barnard & Co.'s. 9tf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

THE HEREFORD brand 00 WANT A SQUARE DEAL? O I &m4m Hi It Pays US to give our customers the benefits of the OWNER'S LOWEST PRICE. It pays PROSPECTORS and INTESTORS to BUY through us. We can save you from $1.00 to $2.50 per acre. Our sales since last report aggregate ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ $152,067.40 si&ij' tPm -NOTHING ADDED iiiilaaiaKawK^-:v*'i¿ W-"'* ■; ■ ■ We sell on a two actors. per cent commission—NO MORE, NO LE5S REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS w qi life, in dif- ■ various acts and attention is at- tracted to two very contrasting types of Character and there re very dis- similar emotions stirred and senti- lts aroused by the appearing of two players. old! The curtain is raised and the eyes of the observers re appears a man,—a man of comnlexion. a face oblong than round, eye- brows extending over a pair of dark heavy-looking eyes, a nose some- what pinched in appearance, sug- gesting a limited power and breadth of mind, and a mouth with drooping corners, indicating ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

Announcement having purchased the grocery business of E. t. Orr, I wish to in- vite my friends pad the public to call on me when in need of anything in my line. I ¿hall keep at all times a complete as- sortment of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- deavor to treat every- body right. .*• .•. ' YOURS FOR BUSINESS J. D. CURTSINGER QUALITY FIRST '-V'' ;'.í' C :: ' ■ While we endeavor to make our prices as low as possible on every article we sell, yet our primary and constant en- deavor is to see that each and every article is first class, of its kind, before allowing it to leave my store. Remember that Saddles, Bridles, Harness, and Hand- Hade Boots are here foi you in great profusion J. A. Canterbury onn Livery Stable We take pleasvre in call- ing the public'* attention to our new Livery Stable and the splendid manner in which we can now serve the people in our line. We have the best carriages and teams which money can pro- cure. We ask you to call when we can serve you. Yourt fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

Ü; ¡SPOT CO W. E. ROBERTSON, General = lime and po north, exte ts are located 18 miles northeast of Hsrmosillo City, on the l>orpliyry belt, which traverses the Istate of Sonora from south to ending into the territory of Arizona. On this great zone are the Arizona «apnoús, Jerome, Blstee, Placentas Noc mines are hut a beginning of the prospecting of zone, have the added advantage of many facllit ^ - -Jfig into the terrltw( W mmmmmmmrnUimmmm great copper and silver mines which have made the nahies of 5onora_ anq u placentas Nocasara, La Verde, Sultana, | _ w La Co this mineral belt. The Los A „ facilities close at hand* which these older miners were obliged expense. The fact that this property has been held for many years by Mexicans, who, unable to properly work the property, but realizing Its great value, were unwilling to sell, accounts for the slow progress of development to date. The seventy-two tenenceas, about one hundred and fifty-six acres, are the least amount of ground ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

JNO. P. SLATON 4JTQ*NEY-AT-LAW Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. ¡fe k: ii tj* i. i * f. G. Wlherspoon W. C.ude Wlhcrspfon • C. O. Witherspoon ft Sos 'Dealeri in Panhandle Land Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex elusive 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. Oxtndlne 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 Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas to B. W. MILLER & SON Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. W.B. BOYD Attorney-at-Law office in schrimsher building Hereford, Texas C. F. KERR Dealer in Real Estate and Livestock Unequaled bargains in Deaf Smith and Castro County Lands. Prop- erty rendered a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 May 1906

iwfte „ — ., S&MSmII fo Freely at Goad Price u Reported by Local Dealer*. Following it a complete list of lands sold by the real estate firm of & DeAtley since their last report. This large list, be seen below, aggregates a more than $150,000 and Indi- an increasing demand for oar fertile lands: ? . j Two sections for J. H. Jackson, $7040.00 j 320 acres for F. J. Axe, $1600.00; one section for Hininger Bros. $4160.00; five acres forS-S. Evans, $250.00; two lots in Here- ford for Mrs. Mdnnis, $425.00; 320 acres for Mrs. Eva B. Ivins, $8520.00; house and four lots for Chas. F. Gallager, $1600.00; one section for Henry VonLienen, $4160,00; 5075 acres for W. S. Higgins, $27889.40; one half section for Henry VonLienen,$2080.00; one half section for Henry VonLienen, $2080.00 ; 320 acres for Mrs. Eva Inins, $3840.00 ; 320 acres for Roy C, DeAtley $3840.00; 164 acres for J. B. Phillips, $2052.00; three and one half sections for J. W. Crud- ington, $11-600.00; one section for BarcusB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

IP 1 ' A ? ■MP AI 'WW7 . ::-V ■ w''! S! '(lH <• *jT. > kb ¡8 ft 4- HCRKTORD, MAT 25.190* ! < I Mm J No. 15 OF RAINFALL IS; OUR RECORD FOR THIS WEEK 3p« : " • ■. ■ 33 I i % ■ - That you can always find the best Merchandise at the lowest price at our store. We want your trade and want it bad. We are going after it With quality and price. We believe we are going to get it. We only ask you to investigate and we believe we will win. We always have some very Special bargains for you. We are going to offer at cost, until closed out, our entire line of Ladies' Shirt Waists, and Ladies' Dress Skirts; we are also offering at special bargain prices Laces, Lace Curtains, White Quilts, Ladies' and Misses' Corsets and Qirdles; al$o another lot of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers at less than cost. When you need anything in Clothing, Men's Boys' and* Children's, don't forget that our Closing Out Sale will save you big money, besides you get the best. We were much pleased with the ...

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