The Hereford Brand, Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Opening Day * Grand Succcm—The
Cat Humps Himself—Attracts
Crowds of Bargain Seekers.
One of the most successful tales
ever inaugurated at any time or
place is Myrick's Great Unloading
Sale which began yesterday at 9
One of the unique and exciting
opening features was the "cat
chase." Promptly as advertised the
cat was turned loose to the tender
mercies of the crowd of small boys
who had congregated far in advance
of the advertised time in front of the
store. With the cat well in the lead
of the yelling bunch of youngsters,
fur on end and a camel hump every
jump his "Egyptian Reverence" lead
the chase down Main street, up west
third for a block, down an alley and
was finally surrounded in a heap of
discarded implements and captured.
"Dutch" Brazil, the victor, brought
the cat back to Myrick's and was
rewarded with a bright silver dollar.
Of hardly less interest was the
opening event for the men, just after
the last straggler in the cat chase
had passed up west third street. Of
the hundred or so gentlemen collect-
ed in front of the store, the first fifty
pushing, persistent persons to enter
the store were awarded a ticket good
for a chance at any $25.00 suit of
clothes in the house. When a small
boy was placed on a counter and
reached a hand into the box and
drew forth a stub numbered "43,"
Lewis Mcfiride held up his eager
right hand announcing himself the
The store was crowded yesterday
from the opening until the closing
hour with eager seekers after Mr.
Myrick's big bargains. The faces
of many prominent men from nearby
L R. Cox
Real Estate and
Associated with the G. E.
Green Machinery Company,
I handle the Shallow Water
Lands. Estimates furnished
on complete installation of
Pumping Plants. Machinery
handled in car lots convenient
to repairs. Results guaranteed.
The Peerless Soft Wheat Flour,
$2.60 per cwt. at the Elevator.
We can save you money on your
We have a full line on hand. >
We have mixed feed for chickjps.
We will pay cash for all the wheat
you can sell us.
We do our own grading at the
We will pay cash for all your
oats, sacked or bulk.
We pay you the cash when you
deliver your grain.
We are here the year thru, wet or
We can handle a train or a wagon
load of grain.
We want you to give us a trial.
1 We have a phone, business No.
We have a phone, residence No.
We do not buy or sell only when
we see a profit.
We are here trying to make some
money and serve the people.
2J-2t Star Mill & Elevator.
I'lJ meet you at the Corner Drug
land to Trade for
good paying Okla-
homa or Texas Real
Estate can get
values by writing
at once to
J. B. ELUSION
The Democratic Pledge.
It appears that the State Demo-
cratic Executive Committee has re-
fused to require the "Pledge" to be
printed on all the ballots, but has
referred the matter to each county
committee. If the county committees
follow the law ail the primary tickets
will have the pledge printed thereon.
Section 114 of the Election Laws
reads: "No official ballot for pri-
mary election shall have on it any
symbol or device or any printed
matter except a primary test, to be
uniform throughout the State, which
shall read as follows :
'I am a Democrat and pledge to
support the nominees of this pri-
mary,' and any ballot which does
not contain such test printed above
the names of the candidates thereon
shall be void and shall not be count-
ed." Then if a county should not
print such pledge on the "Official
Ballot," the primary election held
in that county would be null and void
and the votes should not be counted.
In the case of a contest, the votes of
a county, not having such a pledge,
would be thrown out. If we are to
follow the law, let us abide the letter
This la So.
We wish to state in as plain and
vigorous way as words can express
it that Hunt's Cure will positively,
quickly and permanently cure any
form of Itching Skin disease known.
One box is guaranteed to cure. One
application affords relief. 23-ot
Disciples To Hold Meeting.
The Disciples (First Christian
church) will begin a protracted
meeting next Sunday. The first
service will be held at 11 o'clock.
Rev. Arthur W. Jones, State Evange-
list for the Panhandle District, will
assist Pastor S. T. Shore and will do
the preaching. Prof. Logan Martin
of Fort Worth will conduct the song
service. Choir practice has been
held this week ani will again be held
tonight (Friday^^ The people of
the town >nH an
participate if , tj,e
The Hereford Brand Friday, July 12. 1912
town* were Noticed among the crowd.
The sale ia under the supervision
of fd. Damall, an advertising man
of rare ability. Mr: Damall incor-
porates in his advertising many in-
teresting and original features. As
a store decorator Mr. Damall is
without a peer. The stock is so ar-
ranged that the customer can find
what be wants and be waited on in
the minimum of time. His sign work
is interesting and unique as well as
The sale continues until Saturday,
July 27th, and many interesting
events are scheduled.
CUT PRICE fOIl ONE WEEK!
For ONE WEEK wc are giving our customers the benefit of very
low prices on a number of articles. We will be glad to show you.
We have a nice assorted stock, and
will make some very low prices on these
goods for one week.
35c Shamberg and Silk Ginghams at JS®
25c ** " " " " | §c
15c Fancy Plaids and Stripes |2®
12ic Checks and Fancy Ginghams |0e
10c Check Ginghams gc
Sc Check Ginghams --.74*
Our Embroidery stock is in good shape,
but in order to give our customers dome real
bargains, they go for one week at ^ Off.
$1.00 Flouncc or All-Over for --75*
50c Wide Edges or Bandings for 37^*
35c Wide Edges or Bandings for .... 26}«
25c Edges or Bandingk for 18
20c Edges or Bandings for | fie
10c Edges or Bandings for jjt
In Ladies' and Children's
go at a Big Reduction.
65c and 75c kind 48c
Men's Negligee Shirts at
20 per cent Off for one week,
Choice of lot at HALF-PRICE.
A $25.00 Suit, 010 Cft
for only.. . __ Wl/lvU
A $20.00 Suit, #1 ft fill
for only y $|U«UU
A $15.00 Suit, T. . f7 rfl
for only - 5/iDU
Pat. Leather Shoes and Slippers
In men's or youths' for one week.
$5.00 value in men's, for only S3.45
4.00 value in men'si for only.. 2.95
3.50 value in men's, for only 2.75
3.00 value in youth's for only 2.35
2.50 value in youth's for only | .90
Ail other men'; or youths' oxfords \ Off
GEO. A. STAMBAUGH
THE CASH STORE .... HEREFORD, TEXAS
If you have anything that you wish to dispose of advertise it in the Brand Linen and sell it
are not sold with
the intention that
they will to the
slightest extent take
the place of the ser-
vices of the family
should always b e
consulted at once in
case of serious ill-
A little Booklet en-
a treatise on the
proper care of the
Skin, Teeth, Hair,
Etc., will be pre-
sented to every lady
calling at our store
and requesting same
It is beautifully
printed and full of
It is well understood that there are many ail-
ments and diseases which for a variety of rea-
sons do not come under the observation and
care of the family physician. In the slight ail-
ments and injuries which are of every day oc-
currence, household remedies are universally
employed. It is because of this fact that the
Penslar remedies have been prepared and are
offered to the pnblic. They consist of a series
of well made, scientific preparations, each one
designed for a particular purpose, and ea6h one
the best combination of remedies that can be
secured for the treatment of that particular
condition. The ingredients made use of are
the ones which experience has shown to be effec-
tive, and the proportion in which they are com-
bined has been made the subject of much care-
ful study in each case.
The PENSLAR REMEDIES are not sold
with the intention that they will to the slightest
suited at once in case of serious illness.
There is nothing secret about the composition
of the PENSLAR REMEDIES. Their active
constituents are standard remedies of the Phar-
macopoeia and in every case the ingredients are
plainly stated. They are compounded by
pharmacists who have made a study of the art
of combining remedies, and no pains have been
spared to render them pleasant and palatable,
so far as this result can be secured without the
sacrifice of efficiency.
Furthermore the PENLAR REMEDIES are
guaranteed by the manufacturers to conform to
the requirements of the Pure Food and Drugs
Act, the label in each case bearing the guaran-
tee in accordance with the provisions of that
We believe in the efficiency of the PENSLAR
REMEDIES, and have no hesitation in recom-
mending them unreservedly, believing that they
will meet the indications of the various condi-
tions for which they are offered.
extent take the place of the services of the
family physician, who should always be con-
The Penslar Toilet Preparations are among the moat excellent in the world
and we extend an invitation to every lady and gentleman in the city to call
and let us show you the line. : , : : ;
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1912, newspaper, July 12, 1912; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253661/m1/2/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.