The Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, July 25, 1902 Page: 1 of 12
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Entered April 17, 1902. as second-class mail matter, post offlcc at Hereford, Texas, Act of Congress oí March 3, 1379
HEREFORD, TEXAS, JULY 2£, 1902
Gray county is erecting a new
The Eaptist Association will con-
vene at Miami July 25 and 26.
Stratford citizens are having
trouble with hogs running at large.
Lee & Company, bankers of
Miami, have increased their capital
stock from $25,000 to $75,000.
In the baseball game on the 18th
between Canadian and Miami, the
latter won by a score of 17 to 22.
Mr. Rollins, who resides near
Clarendon, reports that he will have
an 80-buchel-to-the-acre yield of
At Wichita Falls, July 11, Mylor
Estep shot and killed Lo'uis Steven-
son. The latter had slandered the
The Bowie band has been mus-
tered in a i the 4.h Riginen'al Band
and will a'.tenl th5 S. ite.Encamp-
ment at Austin.
Dalhart is to have another news-
piper—the Dallam County News.
J. G. Greaves and Andrew Wheeler
are the promoters.
C. H. Barrett,a prominent Wheeler
county stockman who recently had
his collar bone broken by a horse
falling on him, has nearly recovered.
L. E. Haskett, editor of the
Childress Index, has been re-
appointed a3 th« democratic chair-
man of the' 13th congressional dis-
trict. His-term will be two years.
Geo. Jowell, city marshal of Clar-
endon, shot and seriously wounded
John Lindly, a cowboy. Particulars
of the case are meagre, though
Joweil has been placed under $2500
Memphis farmers are havir.g
trouble with petty thieves.
Many Panhandle papers report
copious rains in their vicinities.
The democratic convention will
meet in Amarillo July 26 to nomi-
nate a representative-for this district.
Roberts county commissioners in-
creased the Southern Kansas Rail-
way's tax value to $6000 per mile.
Judge J. C. Roberts was nomi-
nated for representative of the 105th
district at the convention held at
Childress July 11.
Wichita Falls business men were
buncoed b/ a slick advertising fakir
recently. His schemt was an old
one—a write-up in a foreign publica-
tion and he demanded and got cash
To Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Seruggs
o' Saint Jo, a girl, July 5.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patinan
of Clarendon,'a boy, July 14.
To Mr. and Mrs. G. Rock of
Wichita Falls, a boy, July 12.
To Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winter-
rowd of Channing, a girl, July 17.
I. J. Rude of Claude, July 10.
Horace A. Morgan of Clarendon,
Infant of "Mr. and Mrs. Roiprt
Punty of Bowie, July 16.
Infant daughter oí Rev. and Mrs.
J. Sam Barcus of Clarendon, July 6.
Mrs. E. E. Fulton and H. A. Ball
of Saint Jo, July 16.
Mrs. Lillie Nicholson and R. M.
Dudley of Dalhart, July 16.
Miss Lottie A. Burgess of Mexia
and J. N. Beasley of Chilicothe,
Beginning July 1st, there'll be two
of 'era each day. Isn't that nice? tf
THE GREAT SPECIALIST
Has established an offi:e here in Hereford at the Ritchey House and will
be here twice a month—ONE DAY ONLY EACH TRIP.
Come Early May, Jsiy 23. 'tin 3:00 pj., m Consul! m
FREE AS SALVATION
This eminent specialist has had THIRTY-TWO year:; experience in
the treatment of all diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT an,!
all chronic diseases, such as Catarrh, Catarrhal Deafness, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Rheumatism, Paralysis, Eczema or Tetter and all Skin Diseases.
Diabetes, Brights Disease, and all dbcases of Kidneys Heart Disease
Indigestion and all diseases of the Stomach and Liver; Pile, and Rupture
cured without knife; Consumption in e irly stages; Cancer cured; Bald
head, Falling of the Hair, and all dLo ise:-, of Scalp cured; Private disease*,
general and nervous debility and all diseases peculiar to women and
children; Sore throat, Dropping of secretions back of throat, hawking anu
spitting, bad breath, enlarged tonsils, roaring, buzzing, ringing noises is:
ears, granulated eyelids and ail>cre eyes quickly cured. Many othe'-
diseases cured. All cases th£t have taflkd the skill of others are espet
ially invited to come. Many are treated by correspondence after firs'
visit. Diploma registered with the Di~tri:t Clerk in Amarillo. Consul
tation is free and sacredly confidential. Most patients improve from
first treatment. Eyes tested freo and a perfect fit guarantee I in glaste-
for the most difficult cases and nothing but- the best material used and in
all cases warranted. Statistics show that <; out o: every iorer:0"'
should wear glasses. They were either bor. with imperfect visio
or have abused their eyes. Stingkig, burning or itchin;; o ey:l d; ij a
cry from nature for rest and if not relieved by a pair of glasses icientifi
cally fitted the eye will weep when trying to rest, or in reading or d;-
iag close work. Dr. Brolles dees not (¿JESS v/h?n testing your eyes ba
his method is based on up-to-date, scientific principles, endorsed by ail
the leading occulists and opticians o." tiie world. An improperly fitting
glass does injury to the eyes, hence the great necessity o having prop
eriy fitted glasses and thrs can be done only by one well up in that
This eminent specialist uses no Patent Medicines, but from his Ion <
years of experience he diagnoses your ease carefully and correctly then
prescribes remedies that will cure. He is no medicine-peddling fake but
an up-to date surgical and medical specialist and has cured thusands c'
the best people in this State. He is an educated and thorough gentleman
and comes among us highly recommended as a specialist who is worthy
and well qualified to do all and more than he advertises to do.
Let all the afflicted call on him Monday, July 28, till 3:30 p. m. at
the Ritchey House and be assured of a r%yal reception and also a cure if
the disease is curable. If your case is incurable he will firmly, yet
kindly tell you. He will retura every tW9 weeks to sec yoj. REMEM-
BER HIS DATES. '
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Vanderburgh, F. L. The Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, July 25, 1902, newspaper, July 25, 1902; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142307/m1/1/: accessed June 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.