The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1906 Page: 7 of 8
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TP HEREFORD BRAHD
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S. J. DODSON, LL. M.
Law and Collections
Offices at Residence
Hereford, - - Texas
JNO. P. SLATON
Office over T. M. Coulson & Co.
W. E. ROBERTSON
Special attention given to diseases and de-
formities of the mouth. Prices governed by
services rendered. Office at Hereford Den-
tal Parlors in the Dameron brick building
C. G. Wiherspoon W. Claude Wlherspoon
C. 0. Witherspoon & Son
Dealers in Panhandle Lands
Abstracts prepared on short notice. All
kinds of stcfaographic work done. Ex-
clusive agetits for Western Union
Land Co.'s Lands
GRAVES & ELLISTON
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
No deal too small to receive our attention
C L. Davis C. B., Oxendlne H.H.Hawkins
HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY
City, Ranch and Farm Property
Personal attention given to all busi-
ness entrusted to us.
real estate dealer and
A complete abstract of title to
Castro county lands.
BARTON & MILLER
Real Estate and Livestock
W. B. BOYD
office with barton, miller co.
C. F. KERR
Dealer in Real Estate and Livestock
Unequaled bargains in Deaf Smith
and Castro County Lands. Prop-
erty rendered and taxes paid for
non-residents : : : : : :
GEO. W. BARCUS
Office in Western National Bank building
Hereford, - - - Texas
DR. C. W. McFARLING
physician and surgeon
Office at Smith's Drug Store
Residence 'Phone No. 138
C. H. DAVIS D. C. BORUFF A. G. BELL
HOME-SEEKERS' LAND CO.
Panhandle Farms and Ranches
FOR X I T LANDS
F. W. WILSEY,' 148 Market St.,
or E. F. CONNELL. Hereford, Texas
TIE CITY HIM
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
HEADQUARTERS POR FRESH
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Stationery at Smith'* drug store.
New supply of tablets and Sundriei
at Smith's Drug Store. 52-tf
When you want a bill of groceries
begin with Barnard & Co. 39-tf
Call at Mrs. R. S. Cowards, if>
you want anything in the racket
Um. • l-4t
Prof. H. M. Russell of the Col-
lege spent Sunday with his parents
Judge C. F. Kerr was up from
Dimmitt for several days this week
Chas. Roberson, the Boom stock-
farmer, attend court for several
days this week.
Call and see our fine glassware,
tinware,chinaware, and enamelware.
Mrs. R. S. Coward. l-4t
Just received, a new line of shirts
at the Hereford Mercantile Co.
Come and take a look. 52-tf
J. M. Sypert arrived from Thorpe
Springs Saturday and is looking af-
ter his interest in this county.
A Mr. Williams and family moved
here this week from Iowa and have
rented the Jno. B. Vannoy residence.
Mrs. A. J. Thompson returned
Sunday from an extended visit with
relatives and friends in Gainesville.
Day Brothers, prominent North
Draw ranchmen, were among our
business callers the first of the week.
S. L. DeSpain, who lives 20 miles
north-west of town, was in the city
for several days this week on jury
A. C. Wilmeth, an attorney of
Snyder in Scurry County, was in
Hereford this week to represent his
client in the district court.
J. W. Ford, one of our successful
stock-farmers living several miles
north, was shaking hands with the
voters in Hereford several days this
C. B. Miller of the immigration
firm of'Cole & . Miller of Chicago
was in the city Tuesday surveying
the prospects for his firm in this part
of the country.
John B. Vannoy left Sunday for
Illinois where he goes to get special
training in different lines of his
work. He will be away for about
W. G. Stanford, who has been
working the immigration business in
connection with E. F. Connell for
several weeks, becomes a permanent
Brand subscriber this week.
B. B. Curtis, manager of the Lone
Star Ranch near Bovina, was in the
city this week, the guest of the fam-
ily of Capt. J. W. English. Mr.
Curtis is kept very busy now lopking
after the breaking of bis 2000-acre
farm which will be planted in the
usual Panhandle crops this spring.
B. S. Scott who purchased a sec-
tion of land near Arney from Eli
Dunlap several weeks ago has ar-
rived with his family from Missouri
and will begin at once to prepare
for planting a crop this year. Mr.
Scott is a successful farmer and the
Brand is glad to welcome him to
this part of the plains'.
T. B. Rector this week purchased
the C. R. Moreman building on the
corner, opposite the Hereford Na-
tional Bank, the price paid being
$1800. This is perhaps the best
located business lot in Hereford and
Mr. Rector is to be congratulated up-
on his good judgment in securing
it. Mr. Rector informs us that it is
his intention to have a two-story
brick building erected thereon some-
time in the next year or so.
Robert M. Keiry, brother of Rev.
W. G. Keiry, pastor of the Presqy-
terian Church at this place, was in
the city for several days last week,
the guest of his brother. Mr. Keiry
lives in Colorado, but has a small
tract of Deaf Smith County's fertile
soil situated a few miles south of
town, and it affords him much
pleasure to note the settlement and
development of the country.
Joseph L. Buescher, Frank Rempe,
Frank Tenhaus, and Joe Rempe, all
well-to-do German farmers near
Lawrence, Nebraska, were welcomed
at this office Saturday, all subscrib-
ing for the Brand. These gentle-
men purchased farms in the Nazareth
Colony and will move their families
here as soon as they can adjust
affairs at home. We are glad to
see these thrifty settlers coming
School supplies of all kinds and
cheap at Mrs. R. Cowards. l-4t
If you want ^'flower pots, call at
Mrs, JL S. Cowards. l-4t
The Western National Bank now
has money to loan on real estate, tf
Ladies' belts at 25 per cent off at
the Hereford Mercantile Co's. store.
Ten per dent off from list on all
stringed instruments at Smith's drug
The very best,' quality first. Can-
J. P. Roberson of Boom was in
Hereford the first of the week at-
tending court. ,
J. P. Collier of Rock Lake came
in Monday and took the morning
train for Ros well Tuesday.
Over coats and winter under wear,
25 per cent off at Hereford Mercan-
tile Co's. store. Last call. 52-tf
I want to sell my place in fitst
block east of cdilrthouse, $500 cash,
the rest to suit purchaser. G. Leh-
I have the only handmade stock
saddles, the very best. I know
your wants. " Come and see them.
J. B. Stone was in town Tuesday
purchasing lumber with which to
build improvements' on his ranch
north of town.
W. A. Higgins, who has valuable
ranch interests northwest of town,
was mingling with friends on our
streets Monday and Tuesday.
J. B. Johnson, ' who is engaged in
the land business at Tulia and runs
the Tulia Standard as a side issue,
was a guest in the city Tuesday.
J. T. Blakely left Monday after-
noon for his former home in Iowa.
Mr. Blakely expects to work up a
good crowd of homeseekers for next
Guy Gamble of Texico spent
Saturday and Sunday, the guest of
friends and relatives in Hereford.
He stopped off on his return from a
business trip to Dallas.
D. E. Weaver came in Monday
from Lockney to attend District
Court. Mr. Weaver hasjjtraded his
property in Hereford to a Mr. Boone
of Lockney and will move his family
thither at an early date.
J. F. McGehee arrived with his
family from Missouri this week and
will begin the work of improving
the Bush section three miles north
of town. Thus one by one the set-
tlers continue to drop in.
S. H. Mount returned Wednesday
from the northern markets where he
had been for 10 days selecting a
mammoth stock of spring dry goods
for Mount & Williams. It goes
without saying that Mr. Mount made
the right selection.
C. E. Davis, senior member of
the Home-Seekers' Land Company,
has been in Hereford this week ex-
plaining the resources and advantages
of the Panhandle to his Missouri
friends. Mr. Davis is a firm be-
liever in the gospel as preached by
the old-time settlers of the plains.
The splendid rain which fell Sun-
day night and Monday of this week
resulted in but little damage to live
stock, owing to the mild condition of
the weather. On the other hand,
farm interests will be considerably
benefitted. While there was al-
ready plenty of moisture in the
ground, yet the gentle showers mel-
lowed the surface and will cause
wheat to make a more rapid growth.
The hotels of this city have been
taxed to their limits the past two
weeks, and in many instances the
numerous prospectors had to be
taken to private places for lodging.
XJnder ordinary conditions our local
hotels are adequate for the accom-
modation of the traveling public,
but the addition of a hundred or two
guests to their regular list is a little
too much for them.
G. T. Higgins, one of the county's
most successful ranchmen, was in
the city several days this week on
court duties and other business.
Mr. Higgins' ranch is situated about
10 miles north of Hereford and he
takes a special pride in keeping one
of the best improved places in the
county. The best part of the whole
business is that Mr. Higgins has
settled here to stay and does not
want to sell his ranch it any price.
We need a million such men in
BELL OF WICHITA FLOUR
Every one knows the Wichita Flour. It ha* been sold
here for a number of years and is better now than ever before
Don't Buy Off Brands
When they cost you as much as flour YOU KNOW is good.
Don't forget the place to get Bell of Wichita and High Patent
Telephone No. 1
^C. C. FERGUSONÍ
^4 Dealer.. ^
I Grain * and «Í Coal \
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MAULAND COAL M
* Prices * Paid * for f Hides f \
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YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED
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We have the most complete stock of
Lumber, Sash, Doors, etc. that has ever
been shown in Hereford. We want
your business. See us for prices before
you buy; it will pay you.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
R. H. NORTON
Breeder of Registered Hereford Cattle aad Berkshire Hogs
Has on his selling clothes, forty head of richly bied Hereford
Bulls from 6 to 30 months old. Get a hustle on you, buy good
stuff, home bred and raised. Sare money by getting better bulls.
Norton satisfies purchaser's by selling them money-makers.
Have only 3 young Berkshire boars left—oh, then, Mr. Money-
maker I Buy good hogs and raise good hogs and they will stamp
your feed crop legal tender at 200 per cent. Get right now and
let's dn husiness.
R. H. NORTON,
one mile west
W. L. FALLWELL & SONS
Coal, Grain, Hay, Salt
AND FIELD SEED
Cub fir Hides
International Stock and Poultry Food
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
City Barber «Shop
IN BRICK BLOCK NEAR DEPOT
George W. Dalo* Proprietor
THREE CHAIRS TWO BATH ROOMS
I keep first-class Barbera and
Two Porcelain Bath Tabs. Hot
M EREFORD. M M ...
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Ray, J. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1906, newspaper, February 16, 1906; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142458/m1/7/: accessed June 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.