The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 18, 1908 Page: 1 of 12
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The Hereford Brand
HEREFORD. TEXAS. September 16. I90S
Our Great Introductory Sale
Opens Saturday, Sept. 19
Each (Jay of this sale will be of greatest
Continues Until October 1
interest to everyone who anticipates
the buying of any article in furniture or
floor covering. High Quality, Low Prices—Our store today shows the fruits of our recent trip to the Great Furniture Harkets.
We have made very fortunate purchases of FURNITURE SAMPLES, specially selected, beautifully finished, furniture in the
latest designs which have been shown at the furniture exchanges, purchased by us at great reductions.
A Car Load of Selected Factory Samples—Furniture at 33 1-3 per cent Saving
WE CAN AFFORD TO SELL AT REDUCED PRICES. HERE IS A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY-READ A FEW PRICES:
Sideboards, Buffetts and China Cases
Our stock was never half so complete as now and values be-
yond comparison and at prices you never even dreamed of.
$75.00 Sideboards, Introductory Price - - 1-3 off
22.50 Sideboards, Introductory Price - - 1-3 off
20.00 China Case. Introductory Price - - 1-3 off
and many others.
85.00 Buffet, Introductory Price - 1-3 off
50.00 Buffet, Introductory Price - - 1-3 off
25.00 Buffet. Introductory Price - - - 1-3 off
and many others.
60 Styles of Dining Tables and Chairs
We can suit you in style, beauty and price in this depart-
ment—don't forget we can suit your purse.
$65.00 Extension Table, Introductory Price - - 1-3 off
40.00 Extension Table, Introductory Price - - - 1-3 off
20.00 Extension Table, Introductory Price - - 1-3 off"
20.00 Set Dining Chairs, Introductory Price - 1-3 off
9.00 Set Dining Chairs, introductory Price - - 1-3 off
$55 00 Davenport. Introductory Price
27.50 Davenport, Introductory Price
'THIS great introductory sale means that we will HAND BACK TO YOU as a saving 25 to 50c on every dollar that you spend
with us. It's worth your while—our prices are as quoted. Every department of our store is chuck full of dependable
goods—goods that have kept us in business. If you are going to buy furniture, bv all means attend this Introductory Sale.
Wholesale and Retail
E. B. BLACK
Kmbalmer and I uneral Director
THE DALLAS FAIR
Exhibit of Products to be Made-
Farmers are Asked to Bring
The great success that came to
the exhibit sent from Hereford to the
Texas State Fair last fall has stirred
many to take more interest in the
matter for this year. The premiums
offered, if won, will not pay the ex-
pense of making the exhibit but the
benefits to be derived from such a
venture cannot be estimated. The
Dallas Fair, as it is called, has a
large attendance of people coming
from nearly every state in the Union.
All of Texas will see the Fair this
year. Many counties who have
never attempted an exhibit are going
to be there with their stuff. As to
Hereford, this much has been done.
A space 16x25 feet has been secured
at a cost of S40.00 rental. Last year
Mr. Boone, who was sent with the
exhibit, had to beg with tears in his
eyes, in order to get in. This year,
preparations have been undertaken
earlier. Now, the next thing to do,
is to get the promise of as many
farmers as will to bring in their ex-
hibitable stuff. Let every farmer,
who has any interest whatever, bring
in something. It makes no difference
what it is or how poor you may think
it is, it will do. The thing to do is
to bring something in. The list be-
low will give the amount of each
article that must be shown íd order
to comDete for a Drize :
Plate (6) apples, each variety.
Plate (6) pears, each variety.
Plate (6) peaches, each variety.
Plate (12) plums.
Plate (6) pomegranates.
5 clusters of grapes.
Individual display of peaches, 4
or more varieties.
Individual display of grapes, 4 or
Peck Irish potatoes.
10 pumpkin yams.
10 white yams.
Gallon string beans.
Gallon dry beans.
Cabbage, 2 heads. '
Cauliflower, 2 heads.
Celery, 4 bunches.
Garlic, 4 bunches, 12 each.
One winter squash.
Cantaloupes, 2 specimens, 1 each.
Onions, 1 peck.
Turnips, 1 peck.
Sorghum cane, 12 stalks.
Sugar beets, 12.
Wheat any variety, i bushel.
Stalks com, ^ dozen.
Oats, i bushel.
Rye, 3 sheaves.
Broom corn, 1 dozen stalks.
Alfalfa, 1 bushel.
Sorghum seed, j bushel.
Millet seed, | bushel.
Milo maize, 1 dozen heads.
Kaffir corn, 1 dozen heads.
Alfalfa hav. 1 bale.
Sorghum hay, 1 bale.
Native prairie hay, 1 bale.
All exhibits must be brought in
not later than Monday, October 12.
Bring the stuff to A. H. Elliston's
office where it will be prepared
; for shipment. Don't wait until
| the last day. Such articles as wheat,
; oats and non-perishable stuff can be
¡brought in at once. Let's get busy.
Object Lessons of Irrigation.
The National Irrigation Congress
| and the International Exposition,
| Albuquerque, September 29-October
i 10, properly are joined in one big
: event. For the Exposition, with all
; the fruits of the soil, grown in the
! desert by the t^uch of water, is a
practical less .:, of irrigation. Really
I the Exposition will attract the atten-
¡ tion of visitors from the Eastern
'States and from South Africa, A-ia,
| and South Eurupe, more than the
I Congress will. For Irrigation is
, centuries old, but its application is
practically r;ew, and visitors from
remote states and foreign countries
will want to be shown.
So the managers of the exposition
are sparing no pains to make of it
the biggest agricultural and livestock
show in the Mountain West, east of
| the San Joaquin Valley. They pro-
¡ pose to give a practical lesson of the
¡ value of irrigation in the form of
orchard and field crops, and even
thoroughbred livestock grown in the
desert by the artificial application
of water. These exhibits will in-
clude oranges, lemons, pomeloes,
figs, dates and olives from the irri-
gated valleys of Southern Arizona ;
and the more hardv orchard and
KtVIVAL AT DIMMITT
field crops, cotton, beet sugar, and
livestock from all over the so-called
Desert West. These products, es-
pecially the orchard fruits, not only
will be shown, b it they will be Town Stirred in Great Religious
D1 it t
Meeting Eighty-Five Con-
During the past two weeks, clos-
ing w;'n last Sunday, one of the most
| sur: -essful revivals ever held in Cas-
tro county was consumated. The
town was stirred from center to cir-
cumference. Eighty-live conversions
•*ere reporte-i, many of them being
grown men and women and among
- leading citizens of Dimmitt.
S.x;y- .• v • , were added to the various
ch-.r nes. The meeting began in a
very q ret way but ¡t soon developed
that a great reviva) was upon the
town. Every service was well at-
tended ar;.1 an intense interest was
iho *Ti. The pre i :hmg was done by
Re.. A. P. Lower y of Fort Worth,
_ and assisted by Reverends D. M.
Engine Dies. Hawthorne and W. P. Edwards. In
Engine No.238 happened to a ser- speaking oí the meeting, those who
ious accident this morning in tne, attended rrom I-Iereford, said that it
yards. In some way, it got a stray , was 0iie of those old-time revivals and
! bolt in the blow-off valve and when ! everybody felt good. There was no
; an effort was made to shut it off, the '• religious restraint or division, all
valve failed to work and in conse- parties working together in harmony,
quence the steam and water all es- The result of the meeting will be
caped. Another engine pulled it in- telt for years to come. All the con-
to Canyon City. gregations have been revived and
church members have all renewed
All parties to whom I have pro-
mised seed wheat will olease eet
such abundance that visitors may
eat thereof and judge of their excell-
ence. Every valljy and section of
: the Mountain West will be repre-
: sented in these exhibits.
Fairs on the Plains.
The success of a few county fairs
| on the Plains has lead other counties
[to undertake such an event. This
¡ere has already been heid a
of Fairs. Other Fairs r tve
— One at Amarillo
■; on September, 28 to October, 3 ; or e
at Shamrock October, ') to 10; one
¡at Silverton, September, 2'
■ Dalhart in October. All
1 fairs will prove a success and ....
' much good towar is convincing, not
! only the visitors from ether parts oí
I the country, but the home people as
well, that the Plains of Texas ha3 a
rich mine in the soil of the country.
same by the 20th of September.
Look on local page for good fur-
niture news. Hereford Furniture
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 18, 1908, newspaper, September 18, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142590/m1/1/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.