The Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 26, 1902 Page: 3 of 14
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N. E. Hord was in from his North
Draw ranch Saturday on business.
Frank Dyer was among Tuesday's
passengers bound of Roswell and the
J. 0. Hood was among the Plain-
view guests,at the Hereford House
See Troy Womble for ice. He
will deliver it at lie per pound.
Phone 76. lOtf
L. A. Simpson said there would
be a delegation awaiting him at
Roswell on Tuesday.
- Earnest Childress of Slidell was
prospecting in town t.his week. He
was quartered at the Hereford House
RANCH M TRAIL SUPPLIES
WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE ANO GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Go to W. W. Meeks for watch
and jewelry repairing. He also
carries a nice stock of watches and
jewelry for sale. lJtf
. Miss Maud Patton left yesterday
for a visit among Roswell friends.
She has our thanks for a subscrip-
tion to this paper.
C. L. Davis would be pleased to
show his samples of custom made
clothing to those needing a fall or
winter suit or overcoat. 28tf
J. N. Janes, a member of the
cattle raising firm of Janes Bros.,
came in Wednesday and is registered
at the Hereford House. Mr. Janes
has been suffering of late with an
attack of rheumatism, but is better
A. P. Murchison returned Sunday
from Kansas City, where he accepted
a position as agent for the Drumm-
Flato Commission Company, one of
the strongest livestock commission
companies doing business in the
Kansas City, Chicago, and St.
Louis markets. Any business en-
trusted to his care will receive
prompt and efficient attention. See
his display adv elsewhere in this
Beginning July 1st, there'll be two
of'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf
Tierra Blanca Herefords
L. R. BRADLY
.. .BREEDER OF
Write me or call at my
¡ ranch, situated five miles
east of Hereford, on the
Tierra Blanca river.
Herd Headed by Climax
A&isted by Chorister
Will sell a quantity of young;
stock either singly or in car load
REID &. ROBERTS, Proprietors
Regular Meals at
the Usual Hours
Special Rates to
HEREFORD .* «.*
Two Tables—Billiard or Pool
Cigars and Soft Drinks
pr No Minors Allowed
J. A. Burditt of Childress was a
business caller in town Monday.
promptly proeared OR NOPXS. 8«nd trh.S
or photo for free re|> >rt un |<stfmUibUity. H k "llowi
toOhtfcinlT.S. nit Foreign PatuntatnaTrtdu-Mirkt,'
nil Fnirent (arm* ever offered (o inventor I
PATKWT LAW y Hi OP IS YSAM' ?*ACTICS.\
,,20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM.
All buelneu eonidenti !. > aUvloe. r .t thfu'
•errla*. Moderate ehrtricee.
iwrc. A. SNOW & co.i
0pp. U. t Ntwt Office, WASHINGTON, 0. 0.!
Emmett Cardwell lett yesterday
for Dallas, where he will take in the
Mrs. Gertrude Jones was among
those to leave yesterday on a ' visit
to the Roswell fair.
M rs. E. W. T insley returned
Wednesday from a visit at the ranch
home of D. W. Dillon.
For Sale—Span of good mules,
8 and 10 years old. Gentle, broke.
Apply at Johnson & Ferguson's. 24tf
W. A. Hunt was in yesterday
from his ranch east of town and had
his name enrolled on The Brand's
C. M. Moreman said he couldn't
stay away from the Roswell fair and
left for that place Tuesday.
J. J. Anderson, R. A. Pickens
and G. B. Pierce 0/ Cleburne are
prospectors in town, having arrived
Leron and Earl Gough returned
yesterday from a visit to the fair at
Roswell. They report a large num-
ber of people in attendance.
All Kinds, Solid Gold,Gold Filled
and Plated Jewelry, at Prices that
speak for themselves and Guaran-
teed by Lee Smith, the Jeweler. .311£
* J. P. CONNELL W. H. RUSSELL *
I CONNELL & RUSSELL I
T HEREFORD, TEXAS 1?
WE SELL ^
I Ranciies, Farming Lands. Came and Town Properly $
.y. We solicit your business and will give it our best attention
g OFFICE OPPOSITE HEREFORD HOUSE ^
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 'i1 ^
Short Orders |
Oil if Davidson left yesterday to
see the sights of the Dallas fair.
Beginning July 1st, there'll be two :
o: 'em each day. Isn't that nice? tf
Jno. H. Wyatt was among the !
passengers yesterday bound for Dal-
las and the fair.
Your attention is called to the
Galbreath, Fox & Co. change in
their page adv in this issue. Their
new fail and winter goods have ar-
rived and are now ready for inspec-
tion. Their store is crowded to
overflowing with the good things of
this life in the dry goods line, but
their tin'- new brick building is rap-
idly nearing completion, when they
will be able t display their immense
stork to a much better advantage.
lieal Estate Transfers.
Witherspoon & G ugh to Judge
Jno. P. Slaton, 2 residence lots;
J. H. Williams to W. J. Killough,
9 section:; in sections in Castro
county ; consideration $6000.
F. B. Fuller t > G. A. F. Parker,
5 acres in the Evantu addition (Col-
lege Heights) . consideration $800.
Witherspoon & Gough (for T. M.
Palmer) to W hT. Corbin, of Lam-
pasas, 1 section in Castro county ;
Castro County's New Postofifice.
Uncle Sam ha', granted t'n- re-
quest of the citizens living in what
is known «-is th«- ' "i. -slnut district in
Castro county and has established
a post office th<>r t. b • called Arr.- •
William D. Robin-on has been in-
stall-i as pc .tmaster. He w;¡s in
yesterday after his supplies.
$13.75 to Dallas and Return.
The Pec >s Valley is now selling
round trip tickets to Dallas at the
low rate of SI.3.75. Return trip
tickets are good unt and including
October 15. 32-3t
If you are not a regular customer
: and want ice, watch for the wagon.
Delivery from 7 to 10 a. m. lOtf j
Sheriff J. T. Inmon and :amily
were among Wednesday's passen- ¡
; gers bound for Roswell and the fair,
j Tom says that through the courtesy
i of the Pecos Valley railroad he is
i enabled to make the trip without
¡ cost to himself or family for rail- !
' road fare.
Will take your subscription for any
paper or periodical published in any
country or in any language
f«r The Brand
See him at the POST OFFICE
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Vanderburgh, F. L. The Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 26, 1902, newspaper, September 26, 1902; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142316/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.