The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1907 Page: 2 of 12
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Buck's Hot Blast Heaters
Make Warm Rooms
In the Cold Winter Time
Our Stock of Buck's Heaters is Large
Our Prices are Attractive
You See Them—You Buy Them
November Special Offerings
Great Majestic Ranges, Bucks Enameled Lined Cook
Stoves are world's best. Price and service satisfac-
Lap Robes in Silk Plush, Wool, Rubber and Melton.
From $2,50 to $25,00 each. Bargains in them
from now to Dec. \, Come in and look them over,
Superior Grain Drills, Moline and Canton Disc Plows,
P & O Success Sulky and Gang Plows and every-
thing that a large and up^to^date Hardware House
carries, at prices that make our competitors "set up
and take notice/'
Horse Covers, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Moon
Bros. Buggies, Bain and Florence Wagons, all at
special prices for the next two weeks.
A car of Woodmanse Steel Windmills, a car of the
Old Reliable Eclipse Windmills, 3 cars of Baker
Perfect Barb Wire, 2 cars of American and Ell-
wood Hog Fence at prices that will demand the
prompt attention of all Bargain Hunters for this
Haviland—White and Decorated China in sets. Hand
Painted and Genuine Japanese China in greatest
varietv. Fancy Lamps from $ X .00 to 10.00 each,
Our Salesmen are prompt and courteous to all.
Our Motto is: "A dollars worth of goods for a
dollars worth of money/'
NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Church Board Adopts Plans—A
Twelve Thousand Dollar House
of Worship Contemplated.
At a meeting of the board and
members of the Christian church in
parlors of the College Dormitory
last Sunday afternoon, a general
plan for the building of the long con-
templated new church was adopted.
The structure will follow the Corin-
tfiian style of architecture, having a
Partheon front on two sides support-
ec by large columns, and a large
dome over the center of the building.
The main auditorium will be 50x50
feet, with six Sunday school rooms,
two vestibules, two lobbies, pastor's
study, two dressing rooms, halls and
gallery addition. The gallery will
be 100 feet on two sides of the main
auditorium. Altogether the building
will have a seating capacity of about
nine hundred. In the basement will
be placed the heating plant and pos-
sibly an independent lighting plant.
The main walls will be pressed red
brick veneer and the entire building
trimmed in either composition or
straw brick. When finished will be
one of the most convenient and will
compare in beauty with any of the
churches of the state. Work will
begin as soon as the plans can be
completed and contracts let.
too old to be in active service. He
comes to us highly recommended as
a man as well as a good preacher.
We extend to him a hearty welcome
and hope that he will soon be made
to feel at home.
New Presbyterian Minister.
Rev. W. M. Baker, the new Pres-
byterian minister, preached his first
sermon before a Hfereford congrega-
tion last Sunday. Mr. Baker comes
to us from McGregor, Texas, where
he has had charge of a large church.
He is a graduate of Trinity Univer-
sity and has pursued post graduate
work at Chicago University. He is
likewise a native of Texas, his father
having served the McGregor church
for 25 years and the son taking up
the work, when his father became
The Brand last week announced
the forming of a partnership between
Hon. W. M. Knight and Judge Jno.
P. Slaton and that they were to have
the offices formerly occupied by Mr.
Slaton. At the close of the week
however, a trade whereby Dr. J. H.
Hicks and the new law firm changed
offices. Carpenters and decorators
have been busy all this week putting
the new offices in the First National
Bank building in shape and when
completed and furnished as planned
will be the most convenient suite of
rooms occupied by any law firm in
Dr. Hicks has had the old office
of Mr. Slaton fitted up with elegant
furnishings and many conveniences
added to make the office suited to
the needs of a physician. His
friends and patrons are invited to
call on him at his new office.
(Crowded out last week.)
Commissioner O. B. Colquit Coming
Knight & Slaton have been in cor-
respondence with the Hon. O. B.
Colquit for some time with a view of
getting him to come to Hereford and
deliver an address to the people on j
railroad building in Texas and the
Panhandle. He has signified his
desire and willingness to come and
has at last set a time. He with
other officers of the Railroad Com-
mission are to make a tour of in-
spection up the Denver the latter
part of this week or next, and when
he does, the promise is made to
Messrs Knight and Slaton that he
will mm# TT* rAfrtrd
THE CUBAN SPY.
Local Talent Score a Hit—Hereford
Play-house Goers Out en Masse
—All Enjoy Play.
As an evidence that the Hereford
play-house goers were fully satisfied
last evening, the crowded house arose
at the end of the third act and was
about to leave. A climax had been
reached in the play and everyone
felt that they had had their money's
worth and was perfectly willing to
have the curtain stay down, but the
manager and others mounted chairs
and announced that one more act
was to be given. The orchestra
started up a good lively polka and
the crowd settled down to see the
finish of the Spanish guerrillas.
The local talent made a bier hit.
Not a character appeared but that
more than "made good." The
make-ups would have done credit to
a starring company and only com-
plimentary comments have been
heard. The specialties were loudly
encored. The Hereford orchestra
in the pit gave a number of pleasing
selections. Altogether the evening's
entertainment was highly satisfac-
tory to everyone present and it is
hoped that tht Hereford Dramatic
Company will again appear before
Moved to New Quarters.
I have moved to my new quarters
on Dewey Avenue and I am revising
my list of lands. It you wish to get
advantages of our Eastern agents,
you had better come in and relist
with me. Yours for business,
41-tf W. H. Rayzor.
The rules of the contest require
that all votes must be cast at the
placp of making purchases and votes
not so entered are likely tobe thrown
out by the judges. Merchants will
see to it that their boxes are not ex-
Commercial Club and Band__56600
Jessie Sisk 56544
Roxie Witherspoon 23282
Katie Davidson r 9825
Audry Argo _ _5280
Jimmie Rowe__ 3552
Bessie Curtsinger 2658
Telephone Girls Wanted.
The Hereford TelephonaCo. wants
several girls to operate switch board.
Apply to R. H. Hemley, at Here-
ford Telephone office. 41-tf
Bran, shorts and cotton seed meal
at Tí. W. Warrinnnn 31
WHEN YOU GIVE YOUR ORDER
don't forget that we are sole agents
for Blankes World's Fair Line of
high grade Coffee. This line of
Coffee took the Gold Medal at the
St. Louis World's Fair.
We will have in a few days, a nice
lot of Fruit Cakes for Xmas. Buy
your Cakes from us and save the
time and trouble of mukine them.
Yours for business.
Hubbard Grocery Company
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1907, newspaper, November 22, 1907; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142538/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.