The Hereford Brand, Vol. 12, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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The. Hereford Brand Friday, March.15, 1912
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Just as the distinctive characteristics of a
beautiful woman gives her an individual'
ity that distinguishes her as different to
other women, the delicate blending of
Palmer's Toilet Waters and Perfumes
gives it an individuality that is inimitable.
When you want Toilet Water, call for
Local and Personal
I'll meet you at the Comer Drag
Atty. Jno. P. Slaton went down to
Amarillo Tuesday afternoon.
There are different sixe Bent.
Ask Ray about Big Ben. It
Miai Thornton Lisle is visiting
relatives at Amarillo this week.
Homemade Candies at the Here-
ford Bakery & Confectionery. 6-2t
M. A. La it pk in dropped in from
Oklahoma Sunday for a short stay.
Plenty cotton seed cake and meal.
E. W. Harrison. 6tf
John W. Dale and C. R. Smith
were at Bovina this week.
Car Bran and shorts. E. W.
C. P. Galley, prominent farmer of
CastrcT county, was here Saturday
Pull line new dress
goods at D. R. Gass &
Miss Bessie Sisk, wno is teaching
in Parmer county, spent Sunday with
Nutrio 90c to nesters. E. W.
Rev. Purcer, pastor of the Baptist
church, was unable to fill his pulpit
last Sunday on account of a slight
We have the swellest lot of Ladies'
Neckwear ever shown in Hereford.
D. R. Gass & Son. S-2t
Geo. Caylor returned Sunday from
a trip up to Canadian.
Gentleman's Coat Chains and Tie
Clasps at Ray's Jewelry Store. It
Otho Price packed his grip the
other day and left for Denver where
he will accept a position.
Rock Salt and No. 1 Salt at Har-
SOlTUi LOBB HXRETOROI
Park and Nesbitt returned Sunday
from an extended trip to Plainview,
Floydada and other east Plains
towns. "v WW41'
Stop in at the Hereford Bakery &
Confectionery and get your morning
and after supper cigar. 6-2t
J. T. Jennings, from the Parrott
community, was in Hereford Tues-
day marketing his butter and hen
ITS A FACT!
We have a large stock of Dry Goods, Shoes,
Slippers, Men's Pants, Shirts, Hats, Etc., and
are selling these goods remarkably cheap. If
you don't know this to be a fact, come in and
we will convince you that we are cheaper than
other houses. GIVE US A CHANCE. .
J. G. Callens
Ladies1 Stylish Dress Hats at D.
R. Gass & Son. See them before
you made your Easter selection.
Tcm Daniels of Sedalia, Mo., an
old schoolmate of S. B. Edwards,
was here last week to see his friend
and to look after his land interest.
Albert Carter left Tuesday for
Albuquerque, N. M., where he goes
New styles in Bracelets, Bar Pins
and Ladies' jewelry at the Jewelry
Mrs. Willie Smith of Plainview
has been here this week visiting with
her parents and friends.
The Ice Phone is 76. .E. W. Har-
Mrs. Virgil Hieatt of Winchester,
Ky., left Monday for her home after
spending the winter here with her
sister, Mrs. H. G. Conkright.
The Famous Alfred Benjimen
Suits for Men at D. R. Gass & Son's.
We have plenty Ice. Hereford
Ice Co. 6tf
Rev. J. M. Sherman spent a part
of the week at Fort Worth, but will
return in due time to occupy his pul-
Too will look a good while before you find
i bolter medicine for coughs and ooida than
Chamberlain'* Cough Bmd;. It not only
givee r lief—it carea. Try it when you have
a cough or cold, and you an certain to bo
pleased with tho prompt core which it will
"let. For eale by all deaiere.
C. E. McLean, president of the
State Bank at Dimmitt, was in Here-
ford Tuesday-on important business.
You have always had trouble with
your alarm clock, but Ray will sell
you one that won't give you trouble.
Mrs. Delphia Cox and children
left Sunday for Granbury to attend
the funeral of Mr. Kerr, brother-in-
law of Mrs. Cox.
Newest tilings in Ladies
Neckwear at D. R. Qass &
Mrs. J. H. Williams left Tuesday
morning for Socoro, N. M , where
she will attend to some business
Stop That Kidney Trouble NOW
The kidneys, when healthy, perform one of the most important
functions required from any organ of the body. The elimination
of waste products from the blood is a necessity and the greater por-
tion of this work is performed by the kidneys alone.
Do you realise just what this means when the kidneys becoma
so weakened that they cannot throw off this waste material?
It means that the system becomes satur-
ated with poison*—they cannot free
themselves from the blood and gradually
block up Mid slow down the circulation.
Never allow this condition to exist—you cannot afford to do so
because it means the running down of your health in general. When
you notice such symptoms as backache, puffness under the eyes,
or that languid feeling, that's when to take
NYAL'S KIDNEY PILLS
We know of nothing better to put you on your feet in a hurry—
cleanse the blood of all poisonous matter and prevent further in-
Do not ignore the slightest indication of kidney trouble—be
prompt in your treatment—remember the name—Nyal's Kidney
Pills and come to us—we recommend them. Fifty Cents the Box.
E T. WOODBURN & SON
"The Nyal Drugstore"
^Handsome line of Ladies' and
Children's Ready-to-wear Wash
Dresses at D. R. Gass & Son. Priced
at from 50c to $5.00. 5-2t
If you want to buy a good span of
mules, mares or horses, or a fine
Jack, call on or write, Geo. T. Hig-
gins or G. M. Suggs, Hereford,
T. J. Bassett, commissioner from
the north part of the. county, was
here most of last week attending a
meeting of the court.
Bronze turkeys for sale, young
toms and hens. Call or write R. T.
Mooney, near stock pens, Hereford,
J. W. Edwards went to Kansas
City this week to look after some
land business. He will also be in
H. G. Hayes is at work on a map
of Deaf Smith county. The data is
being taken direct from the records
and will be accurate as far at it is
possible to make it.
Having received a number of in-
quiries from Catholic homeseekers,
those who have lands to list will find
me at the O'Brien Land Office. W.
D. Keliehor, Hereford, Tex. 5-2t
1 Atty. W. M. Knight returned Sun-
day from Amarillo where he had
been arguing a motion before the
Jno. W. Dale, cattle inspector,
who has just returned from a trip to
Lubbock and Post City, left Tuesday
for Bovina where he will superintend
the dipping of pbout 5,000 bead of
cattle for C. T. Herring and others.
Have your watch repaired by Ray
if you want it to keep time. -It
The farmer, merchant, doctor, or
any other business or professional
man depends on his alarm clock.
You can depend on Big Ben. See
W. H. Ray. It
. Mr. and Mrs. Stamp and children
of Dawn Switch were shopping in
Hereford Tuesday between trains.
Mr. Stamp is pump master at Dawn.
We have in stock a few sheets of
Stencil Oil Board for stenciling cur-
tains, sofa pillow covers, table
covers, etc. Sixe 20x24. Very
durable. As long as they last you
can have them for 15c per sheet.
The Brand office. 4-3tdb
W. T. Womble was in town .Tues-
day and says his stock have come
thru the winter alright, because he
was prepared to care foir *hem.
UaHn AuMi M
J. F. Moore of Ottawa, Illinois,
stopped off at Hereford this week on
his return from California, where be
spent the winter.
The best sound Kansas corn is to
be found only at the Nester Store.
E. W. Harrison. 6tf
Joe KiUough and family have re-
turned to Hereford from Endee, N.
M., where Mr. KiUough was sick
during the greater part of the winter.
He is now rapidly recovering his
"My little aon had a very amn cold. I
waa recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a email bottle
waa finished he waa aa weil aa ever," writes
Mia. H. Hi Ike, 29 Dowlieg Ntraet, Sydney,
Australia. Thit ramedy is eoId by all dealer*.
Mr. and Mrs. Dal ton Johnson have
located at Lubbock, Mr. Johnson
having secured a position with the
Merrill Electric Company, becoming
a partner in the business.
Don't waste time call 76. E. W.
Nuts, Fruits and Candies at Here-
ford Bakery & Confectionery. 6-21
Have your prescriptions filled
At any old drug store,
Of any old grade of drugs,
By any old kind of drug clerk.
And you'll stay sick alright.
But, to GET WELL, bring them
here where you get fresh, potent
drugs compounded as your phy-
sician expected them to be when
he gave you the prescription.
O. E. THOMAS
EMBALMEK >*W FUNERAL
Night Phone 299
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING--- HEREFORD. TEXAS
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 12, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1912, newspaper, March 15, 1912; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253644/m1/5/?q=%22john%20h.%20boyd%22: accessed March 30, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.