The Hereford Brand, Vol. 10, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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THX aSKXTOSD BRAND
te Ilia Brand, will
upon Mo famikt U
atlon at ttw pabSsfcw.
DUNS AND DOLLARS.
The Brand only recently sent out
abme of the most interesting duns
ever published —yes, real duns, but
those duns brought the dollars and
they are still coming. Therefore,
•one more duos will be sent out
after some more dollars. And the
Brand feels gratified that not a liv-
ing soul got mad about the duns,
(one dead 'un got hot under his
hame string), while the response
has been quite satisfying. Let the
good work go on even after Xmas.
If you know yourself to be indebted
for a subscription, send a dollar
around or better send two like a
good reader did last week.
Some folks are so self-important
that unless they can oe IT, they will
not be NIT even in good company.
There is no use to argue with
people who have already made up
their minds that you are wrong and
don't know it.
The article upon sheep raising by
A. G, Bell published recently in the
Brand has been extensivsly copied
by other Texas papers. The Daily
Panhandle was the first to see the
merit of the article and reproduced
it in its entirety.
The Christmas trade for the
Hereford merchants has been most
satisfactory. The "shop early"
idea seems to have lead many to
buy their Cfiristmas things at the
proper time, but still there is1 a
heavy trade today and tomorrow
will see the last day with a final
rush of buyers. Practically all the
Chrjstmas goods will be disposed of.
Tomorrow, Saturday, is Christ-
mas eve and with it comes the joy
and sadness of giving presents; joy
to those who are both able to give
and to receive, sadness to those who
neither have the means to give nor
the friends to remember them.
Y*rious methods are employed by
thoughtful people to bring a little joy
into each home. By some this is
oone thru the medium of the Xmas
ttree while others select a less pre-
tentious way and quietly distribute
4heir gifts as the Santa Claus spirit
ftrompts them. Little do the people
of the Sanny Southwest know of the
meager Christmas of the crowded
districts of the large cities. In this
free and prosperous land of Sunshine
there is always a good Santa Claus
for every child. But happiness does
not always accompany gifts. The
Kindly spoken or written words are
more often the treasure of the heart
than the gift itself. Giving with
simplicity is the characleristic 0 f
the true Santa Claus. The Brand
wishes its thousands of friends every
where, the fullest joy and over-
flowing cup of happiness in this
Christmas time of the good year
of our Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Ten.
Mrs. J. R. Hastings and children
will spend Christmas at Erick, Okla.
with friends and relatives.
Mrs. R. T. McClain and children
will spend the holidays with her
mother at Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Mrs. W. S. Dixon and children
left yesterday for Bryan, Texas to
OUie Burch and wile will enjoy
the holidays with her aether it Fort
Mrs. Joms and daughter loft for
their old home to spend the holidays.
Mrs. Jones ^ one of the teachers is
Miss Beedle who hos been teach
hfin the Dimmitt scftooT has fooe
booh Jo for tome io Missouri where
she will' rceaperate bavins been ill
with fever for some weeks.
Miss Griffith, the efficient princi-
pal of the Dimmitt school will spend
the holidays with her friends at
Brother Johnson will fill his regu-
lar appointment here next Sunday
morning and afternoon. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Misses Clennie and Callie Sanders
were shopping at Hereford Friday.
W. B. Green and family and J.
W. Beatty and family were Sunday
guests of Matt Whiteford and fam-
John Dendy and family spent
Sundry with H. H. Stanley and
Misses Sue Wilson and Alma
Whiteford are attending Institute at
Dimmitt this week.
Frank Axe is spending a few days
at Artesia New Mexico prospecting.
W. B. & Ed Stanley and J. F.
Dollar transacted bnsiness at Dim-
mitt 00 Monday.
Ed Poath loaded his grain and
household goods Monday ami Tues-
day, and he and his family will leave
for Roswell, N. M. this week. We
are sorry to lose Mr. Poath and
tamily but our loss will be their
Miss Sammy Sa n spent Friday
night with Miss Maggie Ray Stan-
Miss Maydolin Green spent Sat-
urday night with Miss Alma White-
Miss Leta Satterwhite spent Sat-
urday and Sunday with her parents
J. F Dollar, Ed Stanley, W. B.
Green and Joe Greeg built a bridge
over Frio draw last week on the Frio
road which was badly needed. This
is the second bridge to be erected
in Castro county.
Willis Merrell lost his pocket
book while in town Saturday.
School is closed here till the 1st
of the year.
Miss Sue Wilson spent Saturday
and. Sunday with ber parents at
Frio was well represented at
May &11 the readers of the Brand
have a pleasant Xmas and a happy
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we are, Respectfully yours,
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J. THOS. WEBB, Cashier
W. S. H1GGINS,
2nd Vice Pre«.
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1st Vice Pres.
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 10, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1910, newspaper, December 23, 1910; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253585/m1/4/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.