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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

~w BRING YOUR POLL TAX RECEIPT WITH YOU TOTHE POLLS TUESDAY ":y '' ,' ; - , ' The last cold snap should remind you th^t winter will soon be upon us in full blast and you will need a stove. We are pre 4^ 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... Air-tight Heaters, were worth $12.00, now IO.OO Air-tight Heaters, were worth $14.00, now 12 .OO Hot Blast Heatérs, were worth $13.00, now.. 11. Oo SIX INCH STOVE PIPE, WORTH 20 CENTS, NOW 15 CENTS PER JOINT Vol. 4 n 5W W ,4 HEREFORD. T NOVEMBER 4. 1904 No. 38 Y Will NEED A STOVE THIS WINTER COOKING $18.00 No. 8 Cook Stove $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 $16.00 18.0 O 20.OO 22.SO 23c ^T"3T' " 7^ TJSMMSr Hereford. T exas PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION. 1 Thursday, November 24th, Fixed as a Day for General Thanks- ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

4 i1. THE HEREFORD BRAND 4. — xxxxxxx <x cxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx X PERIODICALS MAGAZINES BOOKS itAl.IiI.M'I'IiIiI'I'I'I'I'M'I'IiM'I'I'&M \ + We have received jl supply of Magazines ¡¡j I*! and periodicals—Novbemei* numbers. In > ^ ^ the meantime our stock of books will be > J® complete and we would be glad to sell or ^ rent you one of the latest novels of the day. ! J! T. M. COULSON <a CO. : éT TéTéToT Ti "BLOÓMER-HUBBARD." "~%i : m&A'' (contributed) I &: *s "Saturday eve next, October twenty-nine, nineteen and four , We hope to tee you early at Daraeron's door. But we atk you not decry our pían , When we qay our party receives no man; But inatead we want in "bloomers" six, While others in "hubbards" will be fixed. Without you our party would be incomplete So you in bloomers-hubbards we hope to meet." If in this form you'll allow me to write, I -say in response to this invite Came fix "mother hubbards" and soon after. Followed the "bloomers," causing much laughter. ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

. WW HEREFORD TO PREVENT BLACK LEG. While the Disease Cannot be Cured, it Can Readily be Prevented. There has been considerable com- plaint of blackleg among the calves and yearlings in different sections of the state this season, especially out in the range country.' This dis- ease annually causes considerable loss in young stock, as it is ex- tremely rare that an animal ever recovers when it once contracts the disease. While the disease cannot be cured, it can readily be prevented, and we give the following sugges- tions along that line, which may be studied with profit by all stockmen : The disease is commonly known as black leg or black quarter but technically as symptomatic anthrax. It is a fatally infectious disease, af- fecting cattle under two years of age and apt to recur upon the same pastures year after yéar. The cause is a short spore, forming bacillus know as bacillus chauvoel which usually finds entrance to the blood circulation by way of a scratch or wound of the skin...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

===== ,r.« THE BRAJU> = K—nt Bp t. GOOGCR <ft CO. April 17, '1901, u Mcond-clw« mail matter, post offlce ■* Hereford, Tex**, Act ol Coagrea* o£ March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.0P per tear ' strictly in advance FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4> I9°4- Pi ■¡v' ft! announcements . W. ' FOR COUNTY JUDGE W. H. RUSSELL A. J. LIPSCOMB FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR J. T. INMON W. B. PHILLIPS .. N. MOUNTS r£ CLOYD FOR COUNTY* CLERK W. B. BEACH FOR COUNTY TREASURER C, L. DAVIS P. R. PURCELL FOR TAX ASSESSOR J. S. WYCHE J. WALK BRADLY J. W. FORD A; STEWART KENDRICK FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY S. J. DODSON COMMISSIONER PRECINCT i - L. tt. BRADLY. O. M. DANIEL COMMISSIONER PRECINCT a T. M. PALMER RttT í Tmfii SUNT. CASTRO COUNTY FOR COUNTY JUDGE M. F. ^BARBER FOR TAX ASSESSOR W, S. DIXON FOR COUNTY TREASURER GEO. -W. IRWIN COMMISSIONER PRECINCT i W. A. TATE A. P. EATON •y'<\ The author, Earnest U. Smith, has ready for publication a book that will alike interest those who appreciate an entertaining and wel...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

su y ,v v .- C-* K&ff££a & £ S cS S 3 33 N t/3 :í 5 Subscribe for the BIawd AND mi-A ii a business trip to Waxahachie 1 g 2 2 § g- § S Tí r t " • • • m SHORT LOCALS News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People You Know. Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 If you wish a few geraniums cheap for cash, apply at this office. 36tf E. F. Connell spent Wednesday <in Bovina on business. Wanted—A doctor at once, but :have no 'phone. See W. G. Ross. J. H. Turbeville of Roswell was in Hereford this week with a bunch of horses for sale. G. A. James and J. E. Caldwell -oí Cleo community in Castro county wereiin town Tuesday after supplies. A. Laird of Bovina passed down the line Wednesday on his way home from a business trip to Vernon. Rev. E. A. Wesson preached at the Bassett school house on North Draw last Sunday, the result of which being one conversion. Prof. W. T., Noblitt called around ^Saturday afternoon, and ordered the Brand sent to his father, M. G. Nobli...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

mm received and ginned her first bale of cotton lact week, for which the 'merchant* made a nice premium. C. C- Ralls of Dosier «old one section of his land la t week to Mr. Weaver of Haskell county for $4,« 000. It was unimproved but Mr. Weaver will build on it at once and put in a good sited farm next year. —Memphis Herald. A wreck occurred on the Denver last week in which the fireman had his leg broken and the engineer badly bruised. It is said an engine and caboose were backing down the track and collided with a north bound train, with the .result as given above. A citizen of Wichita county, Mr. H. Willis of Gilbert Creek neighbor- hood, carried off the prize for the best sample of Texas grown wheat ait the St. Louis World's Fair. Wichita is the banner wheat pro- ducing county o"f Texas.—Wichita Times. The Farmers and Merchants Bank opened for business Monday with J. N. Beasley, cashier in charge. Mr. L. G. Hawkins has been here the greater part of this week initiating the busine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

p\ FftmilBL SOIS. C. P. ESTES, M. D. physician & surgeon Office at Burns & 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 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 G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone 65 Residence 18 Witherspoon, 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. LeGRAND, M. D. physician & accoucheur. Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Residenc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 4 November 1904

«: :-v> :r. ig*M AMAH ákf ■lav TrOin pur• cream or (arfar derived fren {rapes. " PHIOK BAKING POWDIK oo. CHIOAOO. ¥ Endeavor Program. Ll¿r \ ■ *. [S. BS Following ii the Christian En deavor program for Sunday, Novem- ber 7: Leader—Miss Fannie Kellow. Subject—Some of God's promises it cheer me—2 Peter 1 :l-4. Song. Scripture reading. Prayer. Why does God delight to bless those that delight in Him?—Miss Miller. Why can not God bless us unless we let Him lead us?—Mr. Mauk. Reading—Miss Myrtle Wither- spoon. ' ^ What things chiefly worry us, and • what is the one way of escape?— Miss ftunley. Song—"He Leadeth Me." Reading—Miss Ethel Wright. Sentence prayer. What comfort, in our sorrows, can we get from Christ's sorrows? —Miss Fore. Taxes Unpaid. The following communication from Austin shows bad state of affairs in . Ochiltree county in the North Pan- handle : "The Controller finds that Ochil- tree county has for the past two years refused to pay taxes on $214,- 400 of land which is h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

B *[, -i •.'#a • ? '"-.■3 ■ v.¡ kÍ,aá i&ütvv-. Vol. 4 HEREFORD. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 11. 1904 No. 39 ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS ELECTED BY A LARGE The last cold snap should remind you that winter will soon be upon us in lull blast and you will need a stove. We are pre- pared to save you money on this class of goods. Following we quote you a few prices: HEATING STOVES Stoves that wfere worth $4.00, now $ 2.50 Stoves that were worth $8.00, now 5*50 Air-tight Heaters, were worth $12.00, now 10.00 Air-tight Heaters,%ere worth $14.00, now 12.OO Hot Blast Heaters, were worth $13.00, now. < fl, Oo SIX INCH STOVE PIPE, WORTH COOKING STOVES $18.00 No. 8 Cook Stove $16.00 $20.00 No. 8 Steel Cook Stove tS.OO f\ 5)10 QUaI Pnnlf Qfnv* * 4 AM jh'ji $22.50 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove J. 20.00 $25.00 No. 819 Steel Cook Stove „ 22.30 Good Coal Hod, worth 35 cents, now 25c CENTS, NOW IS CENTS PER JOINT ■ Hereford, Texas ELECTION HEWS. Republicans Carry all the Deubt- ful Sutes sad are Victorious. For Roo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

•fS, v w|« M School Supplies ! &Zi m •OL, BOOKS ! > We have received the agency to ► handle the public school books, adopted J by the state, and will be glad to receive ^ orders for same either from pupils from ► the Hereford school or from those of the J surrounding country. We also carry a > complete line of school supplies. Call ► ^ 51 when in need of anything in our line. [ T. M. COULSON <SL CO. .Druáfiíists... " x: X X X X X :x :x :x x x X :x :x :x :* :X :x :x :x :x :x ;x :x :x :-x „ „ x XXX Said to Be in Captivity Near Hart in Caetro County- Hart, Texas, Nov. 7, 1904. Brand: Mr. and Mri. J. R. Hunt's little daughter, Oma, who lives northeast of this place, was out chasing the cows when her trusty, dog, Shep, bayed something and upon the, ap- • proach of his little mistress he siezed the object of his eye but failed to do anything with it as it was clothed in a covering that little Oma had never seen before. She tried to get her bridle reins loose to assist her dog...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

$$& "-If . 1 • • a ty.-s wini'i i<ií ■ i^¿Í •■•••i! i . '• .. V. ' ¿jg ■ > ■ :'É * i H • . <>•' •■' i 1.5*. :;-Ml i " V 'Illa • :'.'4 V. ¡ J 2.M r j .«i vvvii «i * v!>i* i í-'. A Ri •■$.■•; |i« í^> p I.'V Interesting Budgetfrom OurRegu- lar Correspondent. ,veQr. busy .putting the feed in stack. R. M. Har4ii try spent Sunday. withR'. L. Wilson and family.. • i • J. L. Green of Freo community | had business at Boom on the 1st. B. C. Roberson made a deal with W. P. McMinn for thirty 2-year-old heifers this week. Miss Maud Higgins of Hereford was visiting her friend, Miss Bessie Anderson, Sunday. Sunday school is well attended and we think we will go through the .winter season with a full attendance. iYour scribe attended the Baptist Associational Board meeting on the ..3rd at Amarillo. We hope to have a missionary in the field soon. Miss Laura Edwards, who is teaching our literary school, and Mrs. Chas. Roberson went to the capital of Castro county last Satur- day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

i&pzm * J ■ '' * -§& Entered April IT, 190L M weoad-*1- mail matter, post office at Hereford, T«m, Act of CongreM of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, NOVEMBER u, 1904. SÉ •• I: ' Now that the election is over and we have no occasion to burden our minds with the consideration of political issues, we can turn our at- tention to questions which pertain to the development of our country There is a greater work for lis to do during the ensuing year than we have performed during the year ' which is now passing. The past has fc^en devoted to experimenting and planning with a view to ascer- taining just what industry or indus- tries would,be best for our people to .persue. These experiments have resulted in much good in that they have to some extent revolutionized the stock industry and placed farm- ing and truck-farming on practically We do not mean to the live-stock industry has 'measure eliminated but The big ranchmen have given «way to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

ffaffif, a-- ' a lá: lltifr SBS? It: fe l;v Lather Rhodes Missing. Considerable excitement has been •occasioned this week by the con- tinued absence of J-uther Rhodes, ■the 15-year-old boy of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rhode? north of town. Luther got on his horse last Sunday morn- ing and started for Hereford to get the mail, stopping at some of the neighbors on the way. When night -came on, he failed to return and •nothing hi Mr. Rhodes ancT nefgEBofs searched •diligently Sunday night and Mon- ^day,' thinking that the boy had probably been thrown from his hope and hurt, but they were disappointed .as their search failed to disclose .anything which would lead to his •recovery. No tee can be found who remem- bers seeing him in Hereford Sunday -and since the horse is also gone, 3tfr. Rhodes fears his boy has de- cided to leave home. and family are very much excited over hif sudden disappearance and cannot account for it, if it is' of his own free will, as there had been no ¿friction in any w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

the prohibition election ireas last Saturday, the |by a ñjajófity 'cf i$. lie dynamo and dfaac the ¿léctric light plant has arrived and. will be installed next week. Then the gin can run all night with ease if necessary.—Memphis Herald *tfp to date 1040 bales have beep turned out of the Mempeis gin for the season. Next week they will have electric lights and then it will run faster than heretofore as they can go night and day.—Memphis Herald/r Rowe postoffice has been made a money order office, ths first in the county outside of Clarendon. Rowe community is one of the most pro- gressive in the county and is fast settling up with well-to-do farmers. It is rapidly becoming a good coun- try town.—Clarendsn Chronicle. John Gamble, George Dickson and Nath Hudgins came in Tuesday morning from Fort Worth with 27 cottdtt pickers gathered up in the country south. They hurried out to the cotton fields and began to gather in the fleecy staple in several snow white patches.—Memphis Herald. Whea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

YEAR Hereford Tuesday LOW C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office at Burns & Smith's Drug Store Residence 'Phone No. 82. Hereford - Texas J. W. HICKS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office^ at T. M. Coulson & Co.' Drug Store. Telephone No. 39. HEREFORD, TEXAS. RASCHBAUM & MAGNENÁT 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 l íló the G. R. Hay brick building Office 'phone #5 Residence 18 [son'0"''' Witherspoon, Gough & attorneys-at-law real estate and insurance. notary in opflce 'r Office next door to Bank Hereford Texas < . W. H. RUSSELL ' lawyer * Practice in all "courts Hereford. $der Randolph Clark returned Tuesday from Central Texas. J. A. Fox returned Mpnday from a business trip to Erick, Oklahom. White Pine and Tar is the thing for your cough,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 11 November 1904

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

V^; " .. braid Wc have received the agency to the public school books, adopted the state, and will be glad to receive ers for same either from pupils from Hereford school or from those of the irrounding country. We also carry a complete line of school supplies. Call rtien in need of anything in our line. i We «re new in poeseeeion of J. P. Harding ' prescrip- ► ♦ J tion file dating from the present time back five or six years and we can refill any pre- scription from thi file. T. M. COULSON <SLCO. SrV.:. J see >••• i ; CATTLE SITUATION. West Texas Stockman Future of the Cattle ii in Hands of Packers prices have been down, down—to the bottom! Well, hope that they have gone limit in one direction at least. The indications are that they have. There is undoubtedly a considerable shortage in production!® consump- tion is not decreasing, either at home or abroad, while war and Rumors of war will have a tendency to elevate rather than lower the sell- ing price at the packing houses, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

* THB HEREFORD BRAND IfcvíV ITEMS FROM BOOM Interesting Budget frem Our Regu- lar Correspondent. Will Williama shipped some cows irom Hereford on the 12th. R. L. Wilson and family took ¿in- kier with J. T. Dendy Sunday, 13th. W. H. Renfro and family spent the day with R. M. Hardesty Sun- day. Boom can boast of G. W. Orr, justice of the peace, and Jim Ander- son constable since the election. W. R. McMinn delivered 50 threes and 46 four and five year-old- steers to R. N. Mount on the 4th. Terms private. Miss Ethel and Lida Laughlin were out driving one day this week in their new buggy which their father recently bought. Mr. Zack Blunt who has been visiting his uncle, T. W. Roberson, for sometime, took the train for his home in Mississippi on the evening of the 8th. y J. P. Roberson and family of our ■community, who are picking cotton near Memphis, writes he is gather- ing about one bale of cotton a day. We shall expect him home soon as the weather may get bad. J. B. R. Appreciates Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

► BRAND OfgM tof ©••# Hillh d Castro CM ttM April 17, 1901, as Mcond-clM j, pott oflce at Hereford, Texts, ! Congrew of Much 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advance FRIDAY, NOVEMBER x8, X904. PANHANDLE VICTORY. '.'v The great St. Loui^ World's Fair which will soou be a matter of his- tory has been of far more benefit to the South as a whole than any pre- vious World's Fair. At both the Chicago and Paris Expositions, the southern states were not repre sehted as they have been at St. Louis. During this magnificent gathering together of the civilized nations of the earth, the attention of all has been attracted by theSouth's unlimited resources ana Texas has won her share of the plaudits and prizes. Even our own beloved Pan- handle is not without its honors as will be shown by the foltywing from Mr. Black, a prominent feeder of .hi.:' , The one great glory that did come to the Lone Star. $tate, how •«ver, was in showing W the world that it could breed cattle, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 18 November 1904

' . " f- 3fe' SHORTJ.OCALS ■News of Interest Boiled Down for Rapid Reading — Facts Con- cerning People Ton Know. Vf0ü Paper—E. B. Black. 44 J/ B. Moore Of Amarillo spent last Sunday ih Hereford. f — t—: Mr. and Mrs. C.I*. Sullivan and children visited inAm ril|g gunday. J. T. Rutherford was among the janch visitors to Hereford Saturday. B. F. Westbrook of Dimmitt was a business visitor in the city Wednes- day. C. V. Walker came in Tuesday rfrom his ranch west of town on busi- ness. Mrs. J. L. Parker of Dallas is ^visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. P. Slaton. __ If you wish to keep your premises clean and thus preserve the health of your family, see D. W. Craw- jford. 34tf J. B. Carr, Deaf Smith's sheep raiser, was a-pleasant caller at this office Wednesday, renewing his sub- scription to the Brand and Stock- rman-Journal. k L. D. Shephard of Castro county •was in tqwn Wednesday after coal and other ranch supplies. Mr. Sheppard made arrangements for the Brand to go regularly to his home....

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