The Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, March 6, 1903 Page: 4 of 12
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Braky, 8. Btohoj
in their hall over Loveless k Black's furni-
ture store. All visiting brothers are cor-
dially invited to attend.
A. J. Lipscomb, Geo. W. Dale,
Noble Grand. Secretary.
HEREFORD LODGE, NO. 849, F.&A.M.
Regular meetings Saturday night on or
* " moon in each month in the
W. B. Boyd,
Visiting brother* invii
Sam. H. Morris,'
K. OF JP.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'c
in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting Knights
A. J. Lipscomb, Sam H. Morris,
W. OF W
K. of R. and S.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock in the I. O. O. F. Hall.
Sovereigns slwsys welcome.
j. H. Turnbow, s. H.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
Meet each Monday night in the I. O.
O. F. Hall at 7:30. Visiting members are
E. R. Rice, Mra. G. W. Dale,
Secretary. Noble Grand.
Rev. H. M. Bandy, pastor — Services
held on the first and third Sundays of
each month at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
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Rev. C. L'. Cartwright, pastor—Service
held on every Sunday of each, month at
11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
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Rev. H- B. McGee, pastor — Services
held on the second and fourth Sundays of
each month at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Chalmers Kiloourn, pastor—Services
Md on the second and fourth Sundays of
esch month at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Rev. A. W. Crawford, pastor^Services
held on the first snd third Sundays of each
month at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
METHODIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY
Meets once each week. .
M" J* H. Stinsén,
BAPTIST LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
Mrs. H. B. McGee,
The Hereford Manufacturing Co.
In an adv elsewhere in this issue
of the above business enterprise of
Hereford, it will be noticed that T.
J. Stephens is now the manager,
Stnd incidentally it might be stated
that he in sole proprietor of -the
"business, having . purchased the
interests of his former partner, T.
R. Reagan. Mr. Stephens, while
comparatively a newcomer here,
has made many friends and proven
himself a mechanic of high order
and The Brand joins his many
friends in wishing for him much
success in his undertaking.
All persons are hereby warned
t hunting or otherwise fres-
ón the Escarbada division
ranch. Ira Aten.
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• Divutan Manager.
for the Celebrated "NIMer-hesdH
% .$v £■■ ■ t ■' ''v ■? k JF**• -?*.. •
Highest * Prices * Paid * for * Hides
e post eratrally leealed We wUl handle a Aall Une
Wagon Yard in «own + + ef lleld feeds + M
YOUR PATRONAGE U SOLICITED
Horse shoe brand of mixed paint
is the best made. Cough * &
Davis.' :•••' 52t*
Work on the Loveless & Black,
Garrison Bros., and D. R- Gass &
Sons' new buildings, which had. to
be suspended for several days on
account of the cold weather, has
been resumed this week with great
energy. These buildings, will be
completed in a few weeks and will
be a credit to their owners and \p
FRANK GAMBLE, Proprietor A
SHort Orders a Specialty , . a
Oysters Served in a Ay Style ^
AUO DEALER IN
Fine Confectioneries, Fruits, Nuts,
Cigars and Tobaccos
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First Door North of Ilia Pootoffftoo 1
i TREES, PLANTS and ROSES
of every description. Also
Boquets.it Cut FlowersvHFuneral Designs
of all kinds. We can ship anywhere on short notice.
Prices right. Largest stock in the state. Special
inducements to large buyers. Catalogue Free.
Texas Nursery Co., Sherman, Texas £
Special Train to El Paso,
For the annual convention of the
Texas Cattle Raisers' Association at
El Paso next month the Southern
Kansas of Texas and Pecos Valley
lines will run a special 'train on
March 9th, with ample Pullman
sleeping car accommodations, run-
ning through to El Páso via Pecos
and the Texas & Pacific railroad
reaching El Paso on the morning of
March 10th. Parties desiring to
take advantage of this through ser-
vice should write or wire me at once
tor sleeping car reservations. 'If
more convenient, see any of our
local agents and have him take Mp
with me. Don A. Sweet,
Traffic Manager, Amarilib, Texas.
a. sr. «t««*««. Prmp.
We deliver pure |
dairy jara in
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Ladies' and Gent's Neckwear.
You should, call and examine our
new line of neckwear. They are of
the latest styles. Hereford Mer-
cantile Company. 2*2t
A. P. Murchison and L. W. Rick-
etts will leave Monday for El Paso
to attend the convention qf the Texas
Cattle Raisers' Association.
After February 1st coal and posts
will not be sold on longer time than
Hereford Grain & Coal Co.
C. C.' Ferguson.
J. H. HOLLAND
Can give the best of references.
Practical framing and joining to-
gether a specialty Estmates given
on short notice. A fair share of
HEREFORD - - TEXAS
R. F. Hollowly returned Thurr-
day night from Austin. He was a
week on the roa3, bfemg delayed in
Oklahoma on account of the snow
♦•Bet Where, to find that happiest spot
Who can direct, when all pretend to
Many are satisfied to live in Northwest
Texas, having proved the value of the land
in this region as a good Crop Raiser. Not
only Cattle, but Wheat, Cotton, Coin, Feed-
Stuffs, Cantaloupes, Garden Truck and Good
Health flourish here—in a district where
Malaria is impossible and very littl^ doing
for Jails and Hospitals.
Land, which is being sold at really low
figures—tho the constantly increasing de-
mand is steadily boosting value*—-is still
abundant; and Fa^ms and Raftchei of all
sue very happily loeated, are being pur-
We will gladly supply all askers with a
copy oí a little Book published by the North-
west Texas Real Estate Association, which
contains an interesting series of straightftr-
ward statements of what Psojfcle
Have Accomplished along the
Lost, strayed or stolen—A red
and white dehorned dry cow, branded
on the left side jmt Information
leading to her recovery will be re-
warded. J. H. Turnbow. 42tf
C. H. Turk and wife of Gait, Mo ,
came in Thursday evening and will
henceforth make Hereford their
horde, Mr. Turk having entered, the
employ of the Hereford Planing Mill
and Construction Company. Mt.
Turk, it will be remembered, was
formerly employed here by J. P.
der, manager of the aforesa
^ % and wil\ be we *
which he was formerly
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"TH* Denver Road"
Fort Worth • Texas
N. B.—We find our passenger patronage-
very gratifying. It .is necessary to run three
trains daily each way as far as Wichita
Falls, and two clear thru. We continue,'the
year round, the excellent Class a service
that insures the preference of Colorado and
California Tourists, Winter and Summer.
By the way, we offer now more than half a
dozen routes to California, the newest being
via. Dalhart (also good fór Old Mexico),
with first-grade Eating Cars all the way.
We seu a Home-Seekers ticket, good
thirty days, at one fcnd a third fVre the round
trip, allowing stopovers at Vernon and points
beyond, both ways.
MARBLE AND «RANITE "M
Iran Fences, Floor Tiling, étc.
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Clark, Addison, Jr. The Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, March 6, 1903, newspaper, March 6, 1903; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142340/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.