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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE # BRAND { Add-Ran Coflege and Industrial School COLLEGE BUILDING GIRLS' HOME The next session opens Sept. 15, 1903. The school year will be divided into four terms of 12 weeks each, the last term being devoted principally to Business and Normal courses FACULTY R. CLARK, A. M. Mental and Moral Science and History A. CLARK, L. L. D. Sociology and Christian Evidences W. B. PARKS, A. M., Ph. D. Mathematics and Natural Sciences LEE CLARK, A. B. Latin, Greek, and Literature L. A. WYATT Principal Commercial Department JOE L. CLARK Instructor in Commercial Department SUSIE GRAYSON Principal Preparatory Department DIRECTOR OF MUSIC DEPARTMENT RANDOLPH HAMLETT Teacher of Piano ULA WALCOTT Teacher of Violin MRS. LEE CLARK Teacher of Voice Culture and Choral Singing IVA TYSON Elocution and Art BERT CARTER Physical Culture COURSES Nothing is put down for show, every item in the courses is approved by experienced and conscientious teachers. The department of Mental and Moral Science and Histo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE # BRAND CASH! CASH! ,* CASH! In accordance with our previous announcement, we are now selling for cash, the HIGHEST GRADE of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES at a very close cash margin. Come to our store and save yourself the credit man's profit. We are selling the best goods for the least money as the following prices will show ,* GROCERIES! GROCERIES!! HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! 9 lbs. Arbuckles Coffee 1.00 $♦.00 Hats now $3.25 100 lbs. White Falcon Flour 2.45 3.00 Hats now 2.50 100 lbs. Moses' Best Flour 2.25 1.75 Hats now 1.50 3 lb. Can Cal. Tomatoes 2 Packages Grapenuts 10c 25c SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! 2 Packages Boston Brown Flakes 25c $4.25 American Gentleman Shoe at $3.75 2 Packages Cream of Wheat 25c 3.75 American Lady Shoe at 3.25 5 Cans World's Favorite Corn 45c 3.25 Own Make, Mens and Ladies Shoes at 2.75 1 Doz. Cans of Cal. Fruits, Assorted 1.95 A No. 1 Plow Shoe for 1.25 1 Gallon Can Penick & Ford's Syrup 1 Gallon Can Fancy Table Syrup 1 Gallon Royal Sorghum 60c 50c 45 Big re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THC # BRAND FRANK GAMBL£ Dealer in confections ! Cigars, Tobacco 9 ? and Soft Drinks 9 5 ¿ Ti' "58 ~m¿*?T"TÍ,T" Ta1? '• Id eai Dairy J. E. BRIDGES, Prop. We deliver pure Jersey milk 4 and cream in sealed glass ¿ dairy jars in any quantity desired. Pure butter deliv- ? ered in pound packages, wrap- £ ped in parchment and card- y board cartons Í 'Phone Mo. 38 \ Subscribe for The Brand— SI. Miss Beatie of Dallas is the guest of Mrs. A. W. Crawford. Just splendid—is the verdict of every one when they try those ex- cellent cold drinks and ice cream at T. J. Davis Drug Co. 21 tf W. A. Tate, the popular proprie- tor of Dimmitt's hostelry, is in town on business. He says that Dimmitt enjoyed a fine rain Wednesday night. For Sale—1 section 3 miles from town. $700 improvements. Also pair of mules. For particulars in- quire of Mrs. S. H. McCracken. 5tf Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tucker of Taylor are guests at the OYO ranch in Castro county, Mr. Tucker being one of the owners of this fine ranch propert...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE J* BRAND Dimmitt News. (The following was unavoidably crowded out of our last week's issue.—Ed.) F. H. Oberthier passed with his family Monday going toward the ranch. Hope he can see it to his interest to remain here with his family and be a resident instead of non-resident property holder. We recently had with us Messrs. Cooper and Noll of Brazos county. Mr. Cooper spent some time here last summer and did not forget to think of this fine country. He will probably locate in this part soon. We should be pleased to get him to locate here. We have recently had a series of sermons by Rev. James 0. Pearis of Dallas and Rev. Crawford of Here- ford. These were as fine discourses as has ever been our pleasure to listen to and much good was done our community in several ways. Several professions were made. Miss Mamie Todd is again in Castro after an absence of nearly a year. She has spent a very pleas- ant and profitable year in the Sam Houston Normal having gradu- ated from there this s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE # BRAND Official Organ of Dttf Smith County Official Organ of Castro County A Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Panhandle Country of Texas Editor and Publisher F. L. VANDERBURGH If Hereford does not get the Bap- tist College it will not be because she did not make a respectable bid. If natural advantages and a moral community, together with a sub- stantial bonus, will land the Baptist college Hereford has got a cinch. We regret that one of Hereford's greatest needs is a water works sys- tem for fire protection. One fire like the last one would more than pay for a good fire fighting system. It is said that most people "lock the door after the house is stolen" if they were not in the habit of so do- ing, but this does not apply to the citizens of Hereford, evidently. That the members of the Baptist college locating committee will be well treated in the different compet- ing towns goes without saying. Come to think about it we would not mind being on it ourself. Just t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE # BRAND i A W A W W '* A A Marriage at Arney. (CONTRIBUTED BY W. D. ROBINSON) Love thy neighbor as thyself, So the parson teaches, And as I endorse the doctrine, I'll go beyond the letter; I'll love my neighbor as myself And even ten times better. On Sunday last at the home of the bride's father, William Dixon, wno resides at Arney, occurred the mar- riage of E. C. Burks and Miss Eva Dixon. The groom is one of Castro county's model young men, while the bride is one of the plains' most charming young ladies. We be- speak for them a long life of happi- ness. Laws of Health demand absolutely pure butter. Are you buying it? It not, why not? Butter containing foreign substances such as coloring matter or Oleo is dangerous to the health and sicken- ing to the taste. Pure butter is a health food and should not be substituted for any consideration. Clark Dairy Co. sells pure Jersey butter delivered at your door every evening. Leave orders at The Brand office. Your patronage will be appr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE. ^ BRAND We BIG SLAUGHTER Sale Now Raging Nothing' Like It Ever Seen Before When We SpeaK The People HarKen In addition to the Sewing Machine and Folding Bed that we will give away to our customers on the last day of August? we are making Wholesale Slaugh- ter Prices on our entire stock of high-grade merchandise. See us for Values, Low Prices and Quality. ■j* •jt Loveless & Black Furniture Dealers and Undertakers Black Land Farm for Sale or Trade for Lands Near Hereford. 321 acres in Ellis county i of mile from the village of Rockett. Good school and church facilities. 220 acres in cultivation balance in pasture and timber. Splendid six room dwelling situated in nice grove of oak, elm and pecan trees. Three tenant dwellings of 3 to 5 rooms each, 4 barns, 2 granaries, sheds, smoke house, etc., well and cistern at residence, well at each rent house, large never failing spring at barn trom which water is piped into several lots, 2 splendid orchards, ten acre pecan orchard beari...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE # BRAND THE HEREFORD NURSERY. We Have Over 200,000 Trees to Bud This Summer at Hereford And can probably commence the latter part of June. If there are any experienced budders in the Pan- handle we would like to make con- tracts with them. We will also take a few bright young men with- out experience. Tree planters if you want a few choice trees for a family orchard or a hundred thousand for a commercial orchard, give us a chance to fill your order. We have the varieties that do best on the plains. If you have an old variety or a new seedling that has made a record let us grow some buds of it for you. Plant a section or less in Missouri Pippin apples and have an income in two or three years, and every year thereafter. Write for our catalog. We p?y express. The Hereford Nursery, Ramsey & Stimson, Props., Hereford, Texas. Hereford vs. Tulia. Last Monday the Tulia base ball team came to Hereford to play a series of three games with the local nifie. In the first game, played Tue...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

y® ' ; — - "; • ; t WP THE # BRAND IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To inspect one of the most up-to-date Planing Mill plants in the Panhandle. We manufacture SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDING, ETC. In fact *£ -jt anything made in a first-class planing mill. at at PLUMBING We are prepared to do any kind of plumbing on short notice. Building Department We make plans, specifications and elevations; also do a general contract- ing business. No contract too large for us to handle or none too small to receive our prompt attention—if made with wood, brick, iron or tin. TIN SHOP We manufacture Galvanized Tanks, Drinking Tubs, Dipping Vats—In fact make anything made out of gal- vanized iron or tin. PERFORATED PIPE We perforate and wrap pipe so that a sand well will flow pure water. QLASS We carry a complete line of Glass in both Double Strength and Plate, in any size wanted. Repair Department We repair anything made of wood, brick, iron or tin. If your windmill is out of fix, don't hesitate, we can fix it....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE # BRAND Report of Committee On College. 1. 'Agitation—We thought from the first that a good deal of agita- tion was necessary to arouse and develop a wholesome interest upon the subject of Christian Education in general, and a Baptist College in the Panhandle in particular. With this end in view, we arranged for a series of educational rallies in con- nection with the fifth Sunday meet- ings. These rallies have been held at Amarillo, Mempnis and Claude, and appropriate addresses have been made. In addition to fhese special meetings, others have been held in Clarendon, Canyon City and Here- ford. The chairman has visited all these places, and addresses have been made at each by him, or other members of the committee and ex- ecutive board. 2. Co-operation—Your Execu- tive Board, while in session during the fifth Sunday meeting in March, adopted resolutions inviting the Boards of Red Fork and Staked Plains Associations to appoint each a committee of five to co-operate with your com...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 July 1903

THE BRAND XIT LANDS FOR SALE CHEAP At $3 to $4 per acre and up ON ACCOUNT OF THE CAPITOL SYN- dicate Company's (better known as the XIT's) intention to discontinue their cattle business their large ranch, consisting of over 3,000,000 acres and situated in the best part of the Texas Panhandle, will be sold in any size tract—to suit the purchaser. This land is all fenced and has numerous wells and windmills, and other similar im- . , provements which make | improvements | fc the best in the pan_ handle. Improvements on land purchased will be sold to the purchaser at the actual cost to the Company. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of this great ranch has been sold and it will be only a few months Jt Land of Beaw tifut Homes until the stock farmer of one or two sections Jtx an Investment to the Small Stock Farmer will have the one million acres left in beau- tiful homes and farms. It has been demonstrated that the small stock farmer can make more money com- pared to his invest- ment, than can the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

Sub Scriplion Mat Per Year $1.00 6 Months .50 3 " .25 IN CLUBS or SIX To six different addresses, $5.00 Ad* vartltiná RaUs Display, 25 cent per inch. No Dis- counts for time or space Local reading no- tices, 10 cents per line, each in- sertion. to the of the I'ERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE Addres all busi ness communica- tions and make all remittances payable to Th« Brand Hereford, Texas of Texas Entered April 17, 1902, as second-class mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Vol. 3 HEREFORD, TEXAS, AUGUST 7. 1903 No.^25 Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Co. (INCORPORATED) Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Wagons, Farming Implements, Wire, Wood and Steel Windmills. WINDMILLS We do not have to make any claims for the Eclipse Windmills. Man- ufacturers of other makes of Windmills, in advertis- ing their wares, make the claim that theirs is "as good as the Eclipse," but none claim to make any better make than the Eclipse. This claim is the Eclipse's best a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE # BRAND Her Popularity. The following extract from a let- ter to Mrs. Baily from Geo. H. Mc- Laren, district clerk of Young county, shows how she is apppreciated, it also shows that a business honorably conducted is profitable, as well as pleasant: Graham, Texas, July 28, 1903. Mrs. Mollie Bailey, Amarillo, Tex. Dear Madam: We are going to have a big reunion in this county on the 12th, 13th and 14th of August and would like to have your show with us on that occasion. I am just in receipt of a letter from Mr. A. W. Mansfield of Dallas, Texas, stat- ing that you would be in Amarillo for a few days, hence I write you. We,have been on the lock-out for you. As stated above, we would be glad to have you at our reunion. First, because we understand that 7 '* you were in the service of the South- ern army as a hospital nurse, and secondly, because you have showed in our little town a number of times and each time it has been well re- ceived, and because we are reliably informed that you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE: # BRAND CASH! CASH! ^ CASH! In accordance with our previous announcement, we are now selling for cash, the HIGHEST GRADE of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES at a very close cash margin. Come to our store and save yourself the credit man's profit. We are selling the best goods for the least money as the following prices will show ^ GROCERIES! GROCERIES!! HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! 9 lbs. Arbuckles Coffee 1.00 $4.00 Hats now $3.25 100 lbs. White Falcon Flour 2.45 3.00 Hats now 2.50 100 lbs. Moses' Best Flour 2.25 1.75 Hats now 1.50 3 lb. Can Cal. Tomatoes 2 Packages Grapenuts 10c 25c SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! 2 Packages Boston Brown Flakes 25c $4.25 American Gentleman Shoe at $3.75 2 Packages Cream of Wheat 25c 3.75 American Lady Shoe at 3.25 5 Cans World's Favorite Corn 45c 3.25 Own Make, Mens and Ladies Shoes at 2.75 1 Doz. Cans of Cal. Fruits, Assorted 1.95 A No. 1 Plow Shoe for 1.25 1 Gallon Can Penick & Ford's Syrup 1 Gallon Can Fancy Table Syrup 1 Gallon Royal Sorghum 60c 50c 45 Big' re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE # BRAND Harrison has sox—to sell. 24tf Ladies see those new lockets at Meeks'. 25-2t Mr. McMillan of Bowie is pros- pecting here. Nice room for rent. See Wither- spoon & Gough. 17tf W. L. Richards of Sanger, Denton county, is a prospector here. Always all leather''Geiscke" shoe guaranteed by E. W. Harrison. 24tf W. Rathman and W. Amthor of McGregor are in town prospecting. Messrs. Rankin and Martin are prospectors here from Hill county. Rev. Grones will fill Pastor Kilbourn's appointment at the court house next Sunday. Come out and hear him. Mrs. J. K. P. Gilliland and daughter will keep a few boarders in neat order. 25tf Hallie Davidson and family of Joshua are the guests of the former's mother, Mrs. A. A. Davidson. G. H. Wicker, of the drug firm of T. M. Coulson & Co., is at Archer City this week on business. As you predicted those shirts, collars and ties at E. W. Harrison's eclipse anything of the kind in Here- ford. 25tf W. E. Reid now has his meat market in operati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE. # BRAND Subscribe for The Brand-- SI. * * * * * * * * * * * * try a. 'tm A 'A A "a *a a a "a rA "a Í J. A. Bordeaux of Roswell is in town on business. Mrs. H. Donaho? of Clarendon was the guest of Mrs. L. S. Smith on Thursday. Capt. and Mrs. J. N. English of Austin are visiting at the home of their niece, Mrs. E. B. Black. Call on Lee S. Smith at his new- quarters in the F. H. Britain brick building for anything in the jewelry ^r optical line. 25tf , John W. Rhea came in this eve n ing after a few days' traveling in the south counties in search of good three-year-old steers. Martin and Corbett Howard of Quanah are the guests of their sister, Mrs. B. H. Smith, and Edgar Norton of Quanah is visiting his uncle, R. H. Norton, all having arrived Sun- day. S. C.Wilson, formerly of this city but now manager of the Stringfel- low-Hume Hardware Co.'s store at Lubbock, is greeting old friends. He says Hereford looks better to him than ever. A. R. Witherspoon returned Tues- day from Sayre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE # BRAND ) . 1 A Serious Accident. This morning at Canyon, while following the exceedingly careless but exciting pastime of racing with the train, one of the- reins broke, which turned the horse into a tele- graph pole, smashing the buggy and precipitating the occupants, A. U. Menchew of Tuiia and the Misses Brucie and Imo Gass of this city onto the ground. Miss Brucie re- ceived the most serious injuries—a broken nose and several bruises, one of which was on the right eye and which has been swollen shut since the accident. At first it was feared that she would lose the sight of the injured member, but it is now thought that this will not prove to be the case- Miss Imo suffered several bruises about the arms and lower limbs, while the driver of the horse was not serioualy injured, though bruised somewhat. Miss Brucie was brought home this morn- ing and is receiving every attention possible to render and at this writing is resting as easy as could be ex- pected! Suicide Prevented....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE * BRAND BAPTIST COMMISSION. i • Hereford Visited by That August Body Friday and Saturday. Last Friday and Saturday the town was turned over to the Pan- handle Baptist Education Commission and the citizens took extra pains to see that that body became acquainted with all of the advantages that Hereford possesses as a place in which to locate the proposed college. The commission's composed of the following gentlemen : J. L. Hawkins of Vernon, chairman ; J. M. Hughes of Silverton, secretary; J. A. Gilli- land of Vernon, treasurer; A. P. Collins of Wellington, J. D. Ballard of Canyon, II. Ei Summer of Plain- view, I. O. Hart of Quanah, E. A. Baten of Amarillo, J. W. Whatley of Canadian, J. M. Oakes and Levi Braly of Silverton, J. W. Winn of Plainview, A. J. Lipscomb of Here- ford, W. J. McLean of Umbarger, J. M. Grigsby of Mobeetie, W. C. Herring of Chilicothe, W. C. Grant of Claude and H. D. Hockersmitn of Vernon. The Commission was shown over Hereford and made acquainted with the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

THE J* BRAND j 5 | } t a 9 ? 9 P 9 C IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To inspect one of the most up-to-date Planing Mill plants in the Panhandle* We manufacture SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDING, ETC In fact t# v* anything made in a first-class planing milL -J* PLUMBING We are prepared to do any kind of plumbing on short notice. Building Department We make plans, specifications and elevations; also do a general contract- ing business. No contract too large for us to handle or none too small to receive our prompt attention—if made with wood, brick, iron or tin. PERFORATED PIPE. We perforate and wrap pipe so that a sand well will flow pure water. TIN SOP We manufacture Galvanized Tanks, Drinking Tubs, Dipping Vats—In fact make anything made out of gal- vanized iron or tin. Repair Department We repair anything made of wood, brick, iron or tin. If your windmill is out of fix, don't hesitate, we can fix it. GLASS We carry a complete line oi Glass in both Double Strength and Plate, in any size wanted. We...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 August 1903

m THE *> BRAND ( fMMtfyvwvwuvw HEREFORD DENTAL PARLORS DR. W. E. ROBERTSON, Proprietor MRS. FANNY MCKEMIE, Attendant SPECIALTIES IN GOLD AND ALUMINUM CASES IN Orthodontia and Diseases of the Mouth Solicited Agents for the BALDWIN PIANOS DIMMITT NEWS. Miss Crosby of Fort Worth is vis- iting Mrs. Snyder. T. H. Beach made a flying trip to Amarillo this week. Rev. Powell is holding a series of meetings at this place this week. Quite a number of our citizens are taking in the reunion at Canyon. Hope they will have a fine time. Prof. Holtzclaw of the Quartette Music Co. of Fort worth is teaching a class in vocal music at this place. This dry weather is cutting crops a little short and we will not be ex- pected to send much communication this week. Dr. Robertson of Duncan, I. T., is visiting J. S. McClure in the southeast part of the county. The Doctor is thinking of purchasing some Castro county soil before he returns home. . A. P. Eaton passed through town Wednesday with a fine buggy ...

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