The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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We have received a supply of Magazines
and periodicals—Novbemer numbers. In
the meantime our stock of books will be
complete and we would be glad to sell or ¡5
rent you one of the latest novels of the
S T. M. COULSON CO; ¡
The First Bale.
are informed that the
We are informed that the price
paid for the first bale of cotton was
between $2 and $3 more than was
offered at any other railroad point.
We are not speaking by the book but
believe that the statement will not
be misleading to cotton raisers and
interior merchants when we give out
the information that $2 to $3 per
bale more will be paid for cotton at
Amarillo than will be offered at
other Panhandle railroad points.—
Referring to the above, we deem
it our duty to correct the wrong im-
pression which it might make upon
the minds of some few cotton raisers.
A newspaper is supposed ti> state
facts just as they are and not offer
any undue and unreasonable incen-
tive to catch the public.
The claim that Amarillo merchants
will pay moré ¿Ór cotton than any
other railroad point was certainly
fathered by $omeone who was not
informed on the question. The
Hereford buyers do not claim to be
in a position to offer higher prices
than other towns but we do say em-
phatically that they will pay the
highest market prices, which will be
as much as Amarillo or any other
town can or will pay.
To Those Entering Hereford Busi-
ness and Shorthand College by
The above institution is con-
ducted by a man who made the busi-
ness college at Jackson, Miss., the
greatest college of the south. The
young people of the West have
never had such an opportunity as
now to secure a genuine business
training. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. 32tf
A good grain and coal business at
Texico. 'A bargain to the right
party for cash. Apply to
C. D. Steele,
It Texico. New Mexico.
Tucker & Jacobsen have decided
to supply a demand of long standing
for a corn mill and crusher by in-
stalling a first-class plant in connec-
tion with their gin. While every
one feels a pride in the gin which
being built, yet the above mentioned
enterprise will interest more people
at the present as every farmer in the
entire country has Kaffir corn and
milo maize to be crushed. The en
terprise of Tucker & Jacobsen i
commendable and will be responded
to freely by those who have work to
be done in this line. It is only a
matter of a few weeks when we can
boast of having home ground corn
meal for ourselves^ and crushed
Kaffiir corn for our cattle.
Best strain of breeding..
Either sex. Old or
young. Also good young
pork hogs In thrifty
coftditléft. Just the
thing to ipake your
winter meat. Will ex-
change for cattle, young
'^•r mult «cofa.
An importment business deal was
consummated this week by which
George Burns sold his interest in
the drug store and his residence in
Hereford to E. B. Orr, in considera-
tion of which Mr. Bums becomes
possessor of Mr. Orr's well improved
section of land and cattle, situated 13
miles north of town.
We understand Mr. Burns will
move to the ranch at once while Mr.
Orr will occupy the Burns residence
The best part of the deal is that
we will lose neither oí these valuable
The Brand force has had its
hands full this week, printing the
official ballots for Deaf Smith and
Castro counties. For both counties
it requires 9000 ballots and includes
the Democratic, Republican, Popu-
list, Socialists, Socialist Labor and
Prohibition parties. The ballots
have to be bound and perforated,
which call for no small amount of
Plenty of Cars.
The cattle shipments from this
point this week have been rather
heavy and the railroad is furnishing
cars sufficient to accommodate the
shippers. The only delays which
have occurred this far were caused
by dead engines.
Money to Loan.
For money in sums, ranging from
$4,000 to $15,000 at 10 per cent
interest per annum for five years to
be secured by deeded land, apply to
Graves & Eluston,
tf Hereford, Texas.
I yet have a supply of seed rye
and would like to furnish those
wishing to sow this crop this fall.
33tf C. C. Ferguson.
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Doings in Castro County as Re-
ported by Our Correspondent.
Geo. Burch who has been down
east picking cotton returned home
last week to help his brother, Ollie,
with the feed crop. w
Mrs. Jessie Shows of Swisher
county is visiting Mre. W. H. Gil-
J. T. Gilbreath made a business
trip to your city last week.
Mrs. W. B. Hamilton and chil-
dren spent the day last Sunday with
Mrs. Will Vaughn of near Dimmitt.
J. D. Shive and Earnest Mathers
of Cleo are cutting feed for C. E.
Quite a number of people visited
S. I. Lee and family last Sunday.
We had frost every night last
week which hurried those, that did
not have all their feed cut, up a lit-
tle. The feed doesn't seem to be
hurt much from the frost, and if we
have good weather the rest of this
week feed cutting will be over in
W. S. D.
Mr. Cox Passes Away.
Saturday afternoon news was
spread abroad over Hereford that
J. C. Cox, one of Herefords oldest
and most respected citizens, had
been called to the upper and better
world. Mr. Cox had been lingering
for several months as a result of a
stroke of paralysis, together with
other complications, over which
medical skill had no control.
Mr. Cox was said to be the oldest
settler in Deaf Smith county and in
his death the Panhandle loses one of
its best friends and the county, one
of its most valued citizens.
The funeral exercises were con-
ducted at the Christian church Sun-
day afternoon by Rev. Jesse B.
Haston after which the remains,
followed by a large concourse of
friends, were laid to rest in the city
Gin Machinery Arrives.
The car containing the gin ma-
chinery arrived Tuesday afternoon
and the work of installing the same
in the new building, in the south
part of town and erected for the
purpose, is now in progress.
The dispatch which Mpssrs.
Tucker & Jacobsen have used in
purchasing and installing the plant
is a record breaker. The machinery
was bought on the 17th inst., shipped
on the 19th and laid down in Here-
ford on the 25 th, showing that there
was not a moment's delay on the
part of anyone concerned in perform-
ing his part of the program. The
last of next week will find everything
in working order and ready to begin
separating the fleecy staple and the
Mr. Gamble Coming.
T. J. Gamble, successor to Guy
Gamble in the saddle and harness
business in Hereford, will remain at
the old stand and in the near future
will have a full line of saddles, har-
ness—in fact everything necessary
to make the stock éütoplete. Re-
pMw.a.K«ialty. Cometo.ee me
when I can ierre yon. Yous bun-
ness will be appreciated. 33tf
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our fervent
gratitude to the dear friends, phy-
sicians and pastor who so lovingly
lent their aid, presence and sympa-
thy during the illness of our loved
"ne. . •
We know we can never fully repay
them, but we pray God to abundantly
bless them all.
Mrs. J. C. Cox and Family.
Why pay 75 cents for union suits
when yon can, buy Same grade for
, 50 cents at Callen's Bargain St««.
We handle the latest improved ball bearing
White Sewing Machines. Its a luxury to use
one of them. You don't get out of patience
sewing on them. They last a lifetime. They
are beauties. Its time yo^i were doing up your
fall sewing. I am giving special cash prices.
ER RT Aflf FURNITURE DEALER
♦ D* AND UNDERTAKER
CARTER BROTHERS Í
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables ^
£ Special Conveniences for Drummers
^ HEREFORD - - TEXAS
^ The patronage of the general public is cordillay solicited ^
BURNS <a SMITH
We want your Drug business. We will appreciate
it and give you good value for your money.
SUNDAY CALLS-'PHONE 112 OR 113
Burns sl Smith
— t j nannanns
r. l. Davit
A. H. Mount
Real Estate Agents
Bargains in Randies, Farm Lands and City Property. If you
wish to sell your property we can And a bnyer or if you
wiah ta nnrchase property, we can suit you.
LEX US KNOW YOUR WANTS
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A complete line ef
always be found at my
taurant In conaectlea u
both day and nickt.
The Three-Light Restaurant
cold drinks can
rtawm firat-elM re«-
ye meals at all i
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The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904, newspaper, October 28, 1904; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142391/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.