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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

^ *■ A Weekly Paper Devoted to the. Inter* * of the Pan- Handle of Texas 2 7T< "S Sub* bbs"- Per Y««t $1.50 é Mouths .75 J " ,40 L Copy 05 |> ¡N cU'bs or ?:vf. To five iddrcsír , *'>.00 Ad. r rt Ratos Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts fer tío* nr *p\< t. Lotfcl retdivs; t r. tices, lOcents per line, each inser- tion. TFRMS, CASH IM ADVANCE Address ill busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to The Brand Hereford, Trxas Entered April 17, 1902, as aagoad-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS. MAY 2. 1902 No. It A 11 Over the Panhandle The ¡Stratford public schools have closed. ' The Hale Center public echool has closed. The public schools of Amarillo vritt close May 9, The Stratford Star will soon put ¿n a new cylinder presfc. It is estimated that 125,000 peo- ple attended the re-union at Dallas. A bank is to be established at the • new town of Pampa, in Gray county. R. P. ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE. ^ BRAND ■A - lt r Fine Work in loose PDlillBg Mhg... SEE PRIEST THE PAINTER DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Proceedings of the County Demo- cratic Convention Held April 26,1902. Pursuant to a call of the chair- man Judge Jno. E. Ferguson, of the Democratic executive committee, a goodly number of citizens met at the court house on the above date for the purpose of electing delegates to the different district and state con- ventions of the Democratic party of Texas. The house was called to ordei- by Chairman Ferguson and after ex- plaining the object of the meeting F. M. Avis was elected to the cháir and presided over the fuhher de- liberations of the'convention. Rat Jowell was elected secretary. On motion the chair appointed a committee on resolutions consisting ó% C. G. Witherspoon, R. F. Hollo- way and S. S. Evartts. The report of the above committee as reported and adopted is as fol- lows: Whereas# It seems probable that an effort will be made in the next legislature to abolish the qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE. BRAND 1.0. 0. F. Held Their Eighty-Third Anniver- sary at Amarillo Last Friday. About thirty Hereford citizens took in the excursion lo Amarillo Saturday, the occa.c v.- beia^ the eisjhty-third anniversary of ib.tt ex- cellent order. Nearly all of the local orders in the Panhandl-.,- were represented at the co ; clave. The Hereford contingent -vr ri i in on a special train which was accom- modatingly run by the Pecos System management, leaving here about two o'clock in the afternoon on that day. The following were among those present from this city : Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Meekn, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McGlothlin, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dale, Mr. ana Mrs. J. T. Inmon, Mr. and>M:s. B. H. Smith, the Misses Dora McDonald, Johnnie Johnson, Belle Boyco, Dora Rambo, and the Messrs. Ervnnett Rice, F. B. Fuller, Alian Bell, Joe Killough, A. J. Lipscomb, George L. Muse, Will Evants, J. H. Turn- bow, J. C. Coffee, W. T. Bratton, Jack Harwell, H. V. Davenport, S. B. Harbison, J. C. Gentry, Sam Mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE. BRAND J. D. Burkett wa3 a cfatter in town Tuesday. G. F. Price was in from his ranch Wednesday on business. For fine soda water, confectionery, ¡te., go to B. T. Hinton's. 9tf T. D. Hunt was in from his' reg- istered Durham ranch Tuesday on Iblisiness. See Troy Womble for ice. He Iwill deliver it at l^c per pound. l'Phone 76. lOtf James Head has accepted a posi- tion in the confectionery store of Killough & Montgomery. Wanted—Highest cash price paid for chickens and turkeys. Write [ T. F. Griífy, Amarillo, Tesas. 4-12t The Hereford Meat Market has I some new local advs and a new dis- play adv. in this issue which it will pay buyers of meat to read. Ira Aten, who has been spending a few days in town with his family, returned Wednesday to the duties of I manager of the Escarbada division of the XIT ranch. We are desirous of getting all accounts closed on our books, you will confer a favor by calling at an early date and settling. 114t Smith, Walker & Co. A. P. Murchison r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE & BRAND •ST% BAND CONCERT. To be given at the Court House Tuesday Night for the Benefit of the Band. The Hereford Band, composed of seventeen pieces, have been practic- ing faithfully three nights in each ■week since the arrival of their in- struments, and it is with pleasure t.hat we announce that they have arranged a fine program, which they will render at the court house next Tuesday evening, May 6. Everyone should attend and thus encourage the boys and show your appreciation of their progressive- ness and self-sacrifi¿e in their efforts to give Hereford what few towns in the Panhandle possess—a first-class band. You should remember that the members have purchased their instruments from their private funds jn order to get the band organized— contrary to the usual custom in towns of this size—and should go and take your families. Following is the program which has been arranged for the evening's entertainment: X Selection Ripley Band 2 Male Quartet "The Vacant Chair" Lesli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE j BRAND The jS? Brand A We?Kly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Panhandle Country- of Texas B. P. STONE, Editor r. L. VANDERBURGH, P«bll>h*r A picture by the French artist, Vernet, valued at $15,000, has been found in an old St. Louis cafe, where its value was for a long time un- suspected. ji * Representative Heatwole of Min- nesota is fighting a trust that im- poses a hardship on every newspaper and newspaper reader.. It is the paper trust, than which there is none more rapacious. jt The senate committee on a national university has reported a resolution raising the standard of admission to include only holders of Master's degrees instead of Bache- lor's, as under former bills. * * A return to the common butter dish, and to the castor with salt, pepper and vinegar supplies, is pre- dicted as a necessity forced on res- taurant and hotel keepers by souvenir friends who carry off "individual" butter and salt dishes, etc. j J* The republican policy of muzzling all person...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE. BllAND -rrnw la If it £ s r >e Is* SPACE IS RESERVED F O R | D r . W . £. Robertson, Dentist R. ICTOR or THE fhWMMMíHMNMmtiéMéiimék. J« J* J* J« J* J* J jt j* Jü jl Já J ¿ „* ¿4 j* jt j* j j jl ¿4 já j* j* j* j* j jt jt ford Dent r——r^—Y ^ WATCH 1 ' 'X' ^X.* XI X* X' X" *X"X^ X- X" X" X" X" X w J* J* Jt J J* Jt ¿* J* J* Jt J* Jt Jt Jt Jt J Jt J wrecks at fifty-five. j* A new universal language has been devised which is called "Espe- ranto" by its orig oat or s, who claim that it possesses advantages over any other system, including "Vola- puk," which provoked such general discussion about fifteen years ago. It has similarities to English, French and Spanish, but with all irregularities eliminated. La Lomo, published at Montreal, Canada, is a monthly journal devoted to the interests of the new language, j* There is. at the present time a crisis in the question of co-education of the sexes. The president of Northwestern University has warned the trustees that a change in the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THE BRAND Local News Items Ben Van Tuyle, a prominent Col- rado City stockman, is in town. Joe Martin, a prospector from Hill county, arrived on Tuesday's train. J. N. Askren was in Tuesday with p load of brooms. He paid this office a pleasant visit. E. R. Gamble is having erected a cosy four-room residence on his lots south of the court house. E. W. Dyer & Sons, the lumber dealers, are having a gallery erected in front of their office building. Bert Blake of Quanah Came in Tuesday and is visiting his sister, Mrs. L. F. Alby, for a few days. Rat Jowell, one of Hereford's young breeders of registered white- faces, returned Wednesday from A.marillo. T. H. Duncan was in from his ranch Tuesday and made this office an appreciated visit, renewing his subscription to this paper. Byron Roberts came in Sunday from Rockwall and is working for D, R. Gass & Sons. "Shorty" says he is here to stay this time. C. E. McLean, one of our valued Castro county subscribers, was a business caller ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

m THE 0 I R id ill Ird lur Ime l5tf Lwn [re- íes- Ittle lade lers. Itton jsrsK íadc iting [iday iring Too Busy to Write Ads. This Week Keep Your Eye on this page for next week's issue's BARGAINS Galbreath, Fox & Co. 01: * Sj rele ure< ft/. ,ug]

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

THi: ^ BRAND Loc News ^ Item 1<£> •' NEW FURNITURE STORE Loveless & Black THE BSG NEW FURNITURE DEALERS SUCCESSORS TO BEACH & ORR We cordially invite all ladies, specially, to call and inspect our goods and prices. We emphasize the fact that we will make Prices as Low as Any Other Town in Texas Our plan of doing business will be on the modern basis—QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. You will do yourself good to see and price our BED ROOM SUITS, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, MANTEL BEDS, SEWING MACHINES, PICTURES, ETC. DON'T PAS3 US BY Loveless &. Black Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf J. C. Womble was in from his ranch last Friday. J, ,0. Lindsey was in from his ranch on Saturday after supplies. Screen doors from $1 up. String- fellow-Hume Hardware Co. 8-4t A. Ragsdale of Bovina was a business caller in town on Friday last. Fpr,. Sale—SO head of good stock cattl$, all in good shape. T.J. Davis, at depot. 5tf JI. Bower, traveling representative for Smith, Walker &...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

Id Id ln y Id f THl BRAND J.,.,. i . . • . i ■ • —: ► . Local News 7 It' e m s I PROFESSIONS SARDS. < R. M. JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Catarrhal Affections a Specialty. * All calls attended to day or night. Telephone at residence, No. 33. Hereford Texás. C. P. ESTES, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'Phone No. 82 Office at Cough's Drug Store Hereford, Texas WITHERSPOON & GOÜGH 1 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW f REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTARY IN OFFICE 'Office next door to Bank Hereford .... Texas POSTOFFICE HOURS General delivery open from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Office open Sunday for an hour after morning church services and arrival of train. L. A. Montgomery, P. M. P. V. & N. T. TIME TABLE Pass. Train Leaves No. 201, south-bound, 11:12 a. m. No. 202, north-bound, 4:12 p. re. STAGE TO DIMMITT. Lv. Hereford at 7:30 a. m. daily ex. Sunday Ar. DiAmitt at 12:00 m. 44 " Lv. Dimmitt at 1:00 p. m. " " Ar. Hereford at 6:00 p. m. " " STAGE TO ENDEE Lv. Hereford Mondays-Fridays at 6 a....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 2 May 1902

T THE + BRANS Local News Items Fresii bread at the restaurant, ltf L. T. Clark of Quanah was a guest at the Hereford House on Mon- day. Will the party who borrowed my shot gua please return it? Sam H. Morris. 8tf F. F. Charlton of Amarillo was registered at the Hereford House on Monday. J. D. Tucker of the OYO ranch was a guest at the Hereford House Tuesday. W. M. Chandler of Lockney was registered at the Hereford Hous« on Sunday. A uice line of jewelry and watches just received. Call and inspect them. W, W. Meeks. 9tf Charles Gault was in from his ranch on Tuesday, being registered at the Hereford House, L. W. Darling of Amarillo was among the guests registered at the Hereford House on Sunday. A. G. Mills, the well known Hag- erniati fruit raiser, was registered at the Hereford House on Tuesday. George Day was in from his North Draw ranch on Tuesday after sup- plies. He made the Hereford House his headquarters. We have a quantity of old type at this office which makes excellent bab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

IK ton. hers LT Isits lideiit iter lidcnt idd ZZ2ZZZ&S2Z A WeeKly Paper Devoted to the Interest of the Pan- Handle of Texas •Sub* ■criplion R*l«i Per Year $1.50 6 Months .75 3 " .40 1 Copy .05 !N CLt'BS OF FIVE To five different addresses, $5.00 Ad- vartialná Hataa Display, 25 cents per inch. No dis- counts for time or space. Local reading no- tices, lOcents per line, each inser- tion. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Address all busi- ness communica- tions and make all remittances pay- able to Tho Brand Hereford, Texas Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 2 HEREFORD, TEXAS, MAY 9, 1902 No. 12 A í I Over the Panhandle The Woodmen camp at Lubbock has been re-organized. The Amarillo orchestra played at Panhandle City last week. The April term of the district court convened at Wichita Falls last week. Billy Nation of Higgins is the owner of a mare mule that gave birth to a colt last week. The Christian deno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

THE *> BRAND i'L: For Fin? Work in House ami • M SEE PRIEST THE PAINTER An Open Letter. To the Citizens of Hereford and Surrounding country : I wish to extend my thanks fcr your liberal patronage while I have been making this an experimental station—for that is what it has been with mc. For over two years I have been visiting this place in the interest of my profession, and have met with hearty support, and the people have shown by their patronage that they have confidence in my ability to serve them. I have been trusted with •some very difficult operations, also some very expensive ones, and have been encouraged by numbers of the most prominent citizens of the county to locate here. It is now my ambition to make the Hereford Dental Parlors the best 'equipped in West Texas, which I am ■sure they will be. I have the only mill in West Texas for manufactur- ing gold and silver plates and am specially prepared for the manu- facture of aluminum plates, which are the best on earth. I a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

«— rtMbu i— THE BRAND LIVESTOCK NEWS. Items of Interest to Those Engaged in That Business. T. F. Stephens sold his steers to F. M. Bowen. jt T. G. Hendricks sold to Scotty Phillips 400 ones. j Bernard & Jarmln shipped their 400 cows to Kansas. Jt Ben VanTuyl disposed of 400 twos and threes to F. M. Bowen. Jt Hudson & Shultz shipped 400 cows and bulls to the Kansas feeding grounds. Jt M. V. Brownfield this week sold ío F. M. Bowen 145 steers for his Kansas pastures. Jt Messrs. LaPlant, Montana steer buyers, are here looking for bar- gains in that line. Jt H. E. Siders, representing Rosen- baum Bros, of Fort Worth, is in town on business. J« John Scuddy sold 102 head of steers to F. M. Bowen, who will ship them to his Kansas feeding grounds. Jt Joe Brown, a prominent Lubbock cattleman, has his herd of 700 cattle here, and they are on the open market. j* Hall Jarman of Colorado City is here with a herd of 600 cattle which he has placed on the open market, Jt Mr. Stacey, a north...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

THE- ^ BRAND Local jz? News jz? Items Fresh bread at the restaurant, ltf R. L. Knight was in from his ranch on Wednesday. For fine soda water, confectionery, -etc., go to B. T. Hinton's. 9tf W. D. Keliehor was in from his ranch Monday after supplies. Blue grass seed at Johnson & Fer- guson's coal and grain store. 1 ltf Dr. T. J. Estes returned Wed- nesday from a busines trip to Ama- rillo. C. V. Walker was in from his Tierra Blanco river ranch Wednes- day on business. Breed your cows to Troy Wom- ble's fine registered Hereford bull. S3.00 per season. lOtf Wanted—Highest cash price paid for chickens and turkeys. Write T. F. Griffy, Amarillo, Texas. 4-12t Judge J. P. Connell was indis- posed this week, suffering from a severe cold, but is now able to be out. For Sale—A nice four-room resi- dence, in good neighborhood. $650 cash buys it. See or write Troy Womble. 6tf Don't forget to try the Hereford Meat Market for nice grain fed beef. Also winurwursts, sausages, bologna and other ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

THE BRAND I '■ MONDAY =A N n THURSDAY'S =5 ALE $= MAY 12 AND 15 I rces in a rces Properly Clothed is half the battle. It's a pajing venture when you invest in a stylish, up- to-date tailor made suit — the kind made by the : :: : Monarch Tailoring Co. Chicago's Foremost Tailors We are their Agents, and guarantee every garment. You want the BEST— that's what we offer. GALL AND SEE FOB YOURSELF releí: Liied. \IN J9 We are also agents for the Garden City Tailoring ÍB Co., Lamm & Co. and the Ryan Tailoring Co. We guarantee a fit in every garment we order. On ^ Monday and Thursday we will give a 10 per cent discount on all suits or pants ordered from us, so if you need anything in this line don't fail.to see our *9 samples. ;• ¿1 IMPLEMENTS J Read 1 hese Prices i-Korse Com Planter for $8.00 Press Wheel i-Horse Corn Planter for $9.00 Disc Cultivator for $32.00 New Western Cultivator for $21.00 Texas Black Land Flows for $8.00 for 9-inch, $9.50 for 1 o-inch and $11.00 for 12-inch "Good ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

TH£ # branB We are pleased to announce to our Castro county subscribers that ■we have obtained a good correspon- dent, w'.:o will furnish The Brand with weekly letters containing the jiews of that rapidly growing county. ¿X J* We are pleased to note that there is a rapidly growing demand all over this representative district for Judge Gough of this place to make the race for the office of representa- tive. This demand has already grown so strong that Mr. Gough has at last agreed to accept the office if elected. He did this reluctantly. A significant fact in connection with the demand is that it is purely a case of the office seeking the man, for it is a well known fact amongst his friends that Judge Gough was very loath to enter the race under any circumstances, and under none could he be prevailed upon to make a canvass of the district. To do so would necessitate a sacrifice of his business interests that he could not afford, for the proceeds of the office which is seeking him woul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

Iff tUC # BRÁN& \ en r lit Ln to In- Ihe \Y> Ihe g- for KT.- ton |rs. ft li if *£= UlS. r.ygft THIS SPACE IS RESERVED F O R A M Dr. W. C. Robertson, Dentist í¡! Hereford De n t a 1 WATCH 3 W « W _?I3 M CI9 jt j* ¿I j* j* Jt jt j* Jt «* j£ ¿t J* ,♦ j „« ¿* j* O J* J* J* ** ¿X ¿* «¿C J*J* J* ¿*J*¿* J* JUJ* J® J® J® J® ^ TWO SALE DAYS. Galbreath, Fox & Co. Will Devote Monday and Thursday to Low Prices. Galbreath, Fox & Co., one of Hereford's enterprising dry goods merchants, found that they were meeting with such success in devot- ing each Monday to a low price sale day that they have decided to devote another day to that purpose, believ- ing that if one day devoted in that way was good, two days would be better. Thursday is the day set apart. See their new page display adv for bargains on these two days. This firm has also decided to close out their farming implement stock and offer attractive bargains to any- one needing anything in that line. In 1609 Shakespeare sugge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 9 May 1902

¥ÜE + BkANd DIMMITT NEWS. :ema of Interest in Our Neighbor- ing Castro County Seat Town. We had a good shower Sunday. Stock have done ñne this winter. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jilbreath, a girl. Robert Hastings and family were jin town Saturday. The new milliners here have been :loing a good business. The new blacksmith shop is kept very busy these days. Frank Vaughn's brother and wife were visiting him last week. W. H. Gilbreath is doing a good business celling washing machines. Several of the young people en- joyed a musical at Judge Kerr's last Thursday night. Rev. Charlton has been preaching at this place for several nights and haadelivered some excellent sermons. Mrs. John Mclntyre has been visiting her mother for several vecks v/nile John was assessing taxes. Miss Hattie Egleston has returned to her home in Eastern Texas. Ask Edgar Ireland why he is getting homesick. Judge Kerr has just finished his ^ well and tank for his cat ranch and if he is successful in his new ex- per...

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