The Hereford Brand, Vol. 9, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, June 25, 1909 Page: 5 of 12
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The Hereford Brand, Friday, June 25, 1909
We are the Originators of LOW PRICES
ON HOUSE FURNINHINGS
Everybody is talking about how cheap HIGH GRADE FURNITURE is selling at
THE FURNITURE STORE THAT IS PLEASING
Wtn. O'Brien left -Tuesday for
Oklahoma, where he will look into
some new oilfield proposition.
Walter Dunlap has returned from
Georgetown University where he has
been attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Bratton of
Farwell, Texas were visiting in the
city this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Kell of Fri-
ona were shopping in Hereford
Mrs. J. W. Hough spent last
week in the ccuntry with her son,
Raleigh, and one evening, while
fishing, caught twenty good-sized
Mayor S. B. Edwards and family
are now visiting relatives at dif-
ferent points in Oklahoma. They
expect to be gone a number of
Mrs. J. W. Cunningham of Mata-
dor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Bond of south Hereford, is ex-
pected io arrive here tomorrow,
| (Saturday) on a visit to her parents.
| Mrs. H. W. Eubanks of Chan* |
j ning, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Jack Stanley for ;
some time returned to her home |
The Intermediate Endeavor will
give a social on the court house
lawn, this evening, (Friday). Cream
and cake will be served and a gen-
eral good time expected.
Miss Bertha Stinson of Ribh
Lands, Virginia arrived in the city
a few days since and is now visiting
in the home of her sister, Mrs. F. T.
Mesdames J. N. Vernon of Am*
rillo, and J. Gould Htll of Cleburne
have been guests in the home of E
B. Black the past few days.
Mr. I. P. Norman and children,
and sister, Miss Mattie Norman,
after spending two weeks in the city
visiting Mr. Norman's mother. Mre.
G. H. LeGrande, and oflher rela-
tives, left for their home in Kauf-
man, Texas, on Tuesday
Mrs. D. G. Reed of Roswetl, New
Mexico arrived in the city on Satur-
day and will visit her mother, Mrs.
A. A. Davidson, and friends for the
next two weeks.
S. G. Bratton, county clerk of
Parmer County, was in tee city last
Rev. G. H. Bryan, pastor of the
Methocist church at Dimmitt, has
been a visitor at Hereford since our
last issue. He reports his work
J. C. Dunlap of Portales, New
Mexico, dropped off this week on
his return home to visit with his
brother, Eli Dunlap.
Hon. Carl Gilliland was in Dim-
mitt on legal business Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week, returning
with Judge Kerr in his private auto.
Editor Terrill of the Randall
County News was in the city Mon-
day and visiting with his sister,
Mrs. E. H. Wray.
James Turner of Illinois has been
here this week. Mr. Turner owns
800 acres of Panhandle land near
Scherer and is interested in the ad-
vent of the C. H. & G. railroad
thru that section.
Misses Carmon Coston ar.d Imo
Lacey are spending the week with
Miss Imo's parents, Mr. and Mrs J.
W. Lacey, on their claim in New
Mr. and Mrs. E*ra Norton will
move to the city in a few days- Mr.
Norton will assume charge of the
Powellson Saddlery which he only
Prof. E. H. Wray who is teach-
ing in the Panhandle Summer Nor-
mal at Goodnight as home last
Sunday visiting with his family.
He reports a fine attendance in the
Normal and good work being done.
J.M. Gililland Embalin-
er and Funeral Director,
with Arnold & Matthews,
Furniture and Undertak-
ing. Day phone 115, night
phone 251 or 232. 3tf
Street Commissioner Keliehor is
now acting Mayor of the city, Hon.
S. B. Edwards being in Oklahoma
looking after his oil well inteest near
Manford, where a number of good
wells have been bored.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Slaton and
daughter Velma, spent Monday in
Dimmitt, going by auto. The judge
went on professional business and
Mrs. Slaton and daughter accom-
pained him for a little visit and out-
Miss Minnie Harberson, who
taught in Farwell, New Mexico the
past year, and who will teach the
primary department in the Dimmitt
school the coming year is now in
Hereford and will spend her entire
E. B. Hackenkamp of the J. H.
King Real Estate Company is in the
north this week and next for the
purpose of making necessary ar-
rangements for a big immigration
Miss Jennie Coffee, sister of Mrs.
C. E. Smith, is here visiting in her
sister's home. Miss Coffee once re-
sided in Hereford, but her home is
now in Eric, Oklahoma.
Mr. D. C. Laird is completing an
ideal residence in the College neigh-
borhood. Mr. Laird intends to
make this his home and will spare
no pains to make the grounds as at-
tractive and home-like as possible.
Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre and
daughter, who have been visiting in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. R.
Gass left Monday for their home at
Miss Rubeile Fox, sister of Mr. J.
A. Fox, who has been visiting in the
city for several weeks, left for her
home at Mangum, Oklahoma last
Sunday. Miss Fox is a popular
favorite among the young people of
Hereford and a number of social
| functions were held in her honor.
Mrs. Holland of Canyon City,
mother of Mrs Fletcher Rogers of
1 south Hereford, after spending a
; few days with her daughter and
family returned to her home on
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Holland
1 are contemplating a visit soon to
their old horn? in Georgia.
Albert Pike Snyder, the little five
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P
Snyder was very much pleased and
almost beside himself a few days
ago when his father gave him a Shet-
land pony which he had purchased
in St. Joseph. Missouri. The pony
bears the narr. of "Teddy."
Leron Gough. son of Judge L.
Gough of our city, returned on Mon-
day from Waco where he has been
attending T. C. U. the past year.
Mrs. W. B. Robinson, who was
called to Gainesville, Texas, a num-
ber of weeks ago on account of the
severe illness of her agei father,
returned home a few days since, re-
porting the complete recovery of her
parent. W. F. Stevens and wife,
father and mother of Mrs. Robinson
are respectfully 86 and 81 years of
We are glad to note the fact that
J. A. Canterbury and family have
returned to Hereford to reside per-
manently. Ever since Mr. Canter-
bury and family left Hereford last
February, they have been looking
i for a place and climate where they
I thougnt it would be more conductive
i to Mrs. Canterbury's health , but,
failing to find the spring from
1 which all may drink and become
1 young again,—even in the far-dis-
: tant California, they have come
j home again and are now s; tistied
J. M. Cotter, an old-time friend
of J. E. Gyles and family, after
, spending two months in our city, re-
turned to his home in Springfield,
Missouri on Thursday Mr Cotter
came to Hereford the last of April,
his health was greatly impaired,
but in speaking to a Brand reporter
just before he left, stated that he
now was going home a well man
Dr. L. F. Taylor Leaves.
Dr. L. F. Taylor and family left
this week for Haskell, Texas, where
they will reside in the future. Dr
Taylor has been in Hereford about
two years and has made a splendid
reputation as a physician and prac-
titioner. He comes from a family
of doctors of medicine, there being
four practicing physicians among
the Taylor brothers. He takes
with him the best wishes of his many
Hereford friends, who commend him
to the good graces of the Haskell
J E Harders well known in Here-
ford as a collector of rare animals
while near the stock pens a few Jays
ago caught what he thought at first
was a real badger. but he says it
proved to be animal with a different
name. He, however, managed to
get near enough with his dog to bag
the game and shipped it to a friend
in New York City, who has a large
collection of American wild
GET THE HABIT
•OF BUYING FROM
J, M. GILILLAND
Arnold & Matthews
Leading House-Furnishers and Undertakers
We maKe the
terms to suit
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 9, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, June 25, 1909, newspaper, June 25, 1909; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253507/m1/5/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.