The Hereford Brand, Vol. 13, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, March 14, 1913 Page: 1 of 10
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HEREFORD. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 14,1913
AT CANYON CIIY
Interesting Program Arranged far
Session Friday and
Saturday, April 4 and 5.
The Panhandle Teachers Associa-
tion will convene in the Normal City
to discuss important educational
subjects. A two days' session will
be held. Prin. D. A. Shirley of the
Hereford High School is on the pro-
gram and will discuss grading. The
following is the program:
FRIDAY MORNING 10:10. COLLEGK
Prayer, Rev. A. B. Haynes, Can-
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Welcome addresses, Judge C. E.
Com and B. A. Stafford, Canyon.
Response. Dr. B. G. Lowry, Ama-
Equipment for a One Room School:
Judge J L. Jenniiaga, Canadian,
Judge J. S. Staliings, Claude, Miss
Belle Shotwell, Amartllo.
Adequate Equipment for a Plains
High School: Miss Ella Robertson,
Supt. Plainview Schools; Supt. C.
W. Foote, Canadian; Supt. T. J.
Yoe, Canyon City Schools.
School Situation: Dr. F. M. Wil-
son and R. L. Marquis. Canyon.
The Rural High School Law of
Texas: J. W. Reid, Canyon; Judge
W. M. Jeter, Amarillo.
Thh Number of Grades That
Should be Taught in a School of
Five Teachers: Prin. D. A. Shirley,
Hertford; Supt L. N. George, Pan-
Local Organizations in Relation to
School Improvement: Supt S. M.
Byrd, Amarillo; Supt. M. B. John-
jt&aut «ad Purposes of the West
TeaneStete Normal College: Presi-
dent *. B. Cousins. '
saturday morning. ,
Correlation of High Schools With
Narad Schools: L. G. Allen, Can*
yon; Supt. W. T. Smith, Tulia;
Sept. B. A. Wataon, Snyder.
What Should ha Attempted in
it the High School?
a. From the point of view of the
Nor mil School, H. W. Mordlock,
b. From the point of view of the
Junior College, & E. Burkhead,
c. From the point of view of the
High School, J. T. Clagett, Memphis
j saturday afternoon.
Primary Work in English:Mrs.
J. K. Wester, Lubbock; Miss Katie
Railroads have granted reduced
rate* on the 3rd and 4th of April.
Board may be had from SJ.00 to
$1.50 per day.
A reception committee will meet
The Baptist ladies will conduct an
Easter sale of cakes, pies, home-
made bread, dressed fowl* at John*
•on'e Grocery Store, Saturday,
March 32nd.' It
Ge+. Hit* of Indianapolis, Ind.,
and Black, Texas, dropped in to say
"Howdy" the other day and told
about*his sub-Irrigation system on
hit ranch at Black. He hat 5 acres
under the tile system" of irrigation
and will raise vegetables of all
kinds this year.
Panhandle News Notes.
A large force of meo commenced
to lay steel on the Lubbock-Tex ico
Cut-Off Monday, March 3..
Dickens county will vote on $100,-
000 road bonds March 8.
Amarillo citizens are organizing a
country club with a capital stock of
$10,000, 140 acres of land will be
purchased, and the belief is express*
ed that the project will be pushed to
Tne body of John Sparks, who
died in an Amarillo hospital follow-
ing injuries received near Farwell
when a loaded wagon ran over him,
was interred at Amarillo, no word
from relatives having been received.
A. A. Poe, the man who took a
shot at his rival at Quanah a few
days ago and bit an "innocent by-
stander," has been arrested at Tip*
ton, Okla., and will be returned to
Hardeman county for trial.
Geo. Wilcox is in jail at Quanah
charged with shooting his wife.
Mrs. Wilcox will recover. The
shooting occured while Wilcox was
under the influence of snake bite
The United States Senate has ap-
propriated $5,000 to purchase a site
for the new post office at Memphis.
A Carnegie Library has been
erected at Memphis, Texas, largely
thru the influence of Senator Johnson.
The building will be dedicated
Senator Johnson cf Memphis is
being boosted for an appointment as
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collins together
with Arch Collins and Forrest Walk
er entertained a party of young peo
pie with games and music last Fri-
day evening. Until a late hour
minister to Chilli. Xbagiagisl&tute you frbm^Ott to $5.88 < *M«ryone had a thoroly good time
suit- # Geo. A. Stambaugh. The « everyone
Cash Store. It Collins' home.
has "endorsed" Mr. Johnson and
his friends over the state are work-
ing for him. -
Beginning with April 1st, tot
Claude News will raise its subscrip-
tion price to $1.50 per year, and its
not "April fool in', " either.
The ladies of Hereford and vicinity
are invited to attend a Free display
of the latest styles in Hairdressing.
A line of 'fine hair goods for sale
also. Your combings made into
switches, puffs, earls, braids, etc.,
by the old fashioned* hand process-
absolutely honest and reliable work
guaranteed. Inspection invited by
as many ladies who prefer to watch
their hair while beiog made up. A
special feature of the Demonstration
to the classes where ladies are taught
te dress their own hair in all the
new styles. This demonstration re-
mains in Hereford but a week so
ladies are urged to call at once.
Mrs. Mildred Filmore, Carl House.
Fred Johnson, son of Dr. and
Mrs. R. M. Johnson, aod who hi
now treasurer of the new state of
'Arizona, wss in Washington during
the inaugural ceremonies. He was
on his way to New York where he
goes to negotiate the sale of state
bonds. After concluding bis mission
be will visit in Hereford on his re-
turning trip. •
We have opened up oar Millinery
Department again and have on dis-
play a line of Tailored and Street
Hats, also Veilings and Children's
Hats. We will appreciate it if you
will look at our line before you buy.
We will be pleased to see you. Mrs.
Stambaugh will have charge.
It Geo, A. Stambaugh, Cash Stove-
Get your ground ready, I will
have plenty of plants ready % due
time. Phone' 97, G. C. Major,
Sooth Hereford. 6*2t
Kemp's prices are tower on paints,
oils, glass, lime, brick, cement and
At the Christian Church.
Rev. Frederick Grim of New
Mexico will deliver a special ser-
mon at the First Christian church
next Sunday at the eleven o'clock
hour. All members are urged to be
preseot. Friends cordially invited.
Remember the place—Johnson's
Grocery Store, March 22nd. It
Rev. Baker at Lockney.
Rev. W. M. Baker will be at
Lockney next Sunday on some im-
portant Home Mission work. There
will be no preaching at the Presby-
terian church, Sunday school and
young people's society will have
their regular meetings.
A few settings of eggs from the
best pure bred R. C. Reds (winter
layers) for sale. Phone 245. Ralph
Open Meeting By Endeavor.
The Endeavor Society of the
Christian church will give an open
program on Easter Sunday night to
which the public is invited. A
special program and music will be
the features of the program.
See Suggs & Jones for Cheap
money on Deaf Smith County Real
Estate. First lien notes taken up.
Suit, Trousers or Vest.
We are prepared to take your
keasure for that new spring suit and
hat or cap to match. We handle
the Star Tailoring line. Will sell
you at a low margin of profit and
I have entirely too
Please buy some of it.
E. W. Har*
A bake sale will be on at Stam-
baugh's store tomorrow, Saturday,
by the ladies of the Christian
Buy your lumber at Kemp's. You
will save money. 6-2t
Attended Christian Science Lecture.
A number of Hereford people went
up to Amarillo yesterday to hear the
lecture on Christian Science, Messrs.
Yegele, Baskin, "Green, Mr. Bell and
family, Mr. Majors and family,
Mrs. Collup and daughter.
Give us some oi your Tailor work;
we guarantee to please you. Phone
367. W. F. Orr. 2tf
Colorado Fruit Grower Here.
H. P. Holt of Graod Junction,
Colo., will be here Monday for the
purpose of giving an actual demon-
stration as to the best methods of
pruning peach trees. He will arrive
on the 2:40 train from Roswell and
will be prepared to go at once to
some orchard near and will prune a
few trees in the presence of those
who are interested enough to see
the demonstration. Be sure to be
band. Mr. Holt comes from the
greatest peach grower belt in Colo-
rado and his experience is well worth
having. He will also show how to
smudge agaiost frost.
Ladies' Tailoring Line.
We have added to our store the
Montrose sample book of fine wool-
ens and wash goods. We are pre-
pared to take your measure for a
Suit, Coat, Dress or Skirt. We
guarantee a fit, andean show you
the new spring styles. W« he
pleated to take your order. Geo.
A. Stambaugh, The Cash Store. It
Why don't yon clean your wall
paper and save from $2.00 to $3.00
on a room? See James Moses. 5-|t
Library Cabinet Meets.
At a meeting of the Public Library
Cabinet Monday afternoon it was
decided to give a reception at the
rooms of the library at the court
house Friday, March 21, from 8 to
10 o'clock to which the public is in-
vited. A short program will be
Address of Welcome—J. E. Gar-
Reading—Miss Louise Irwin.
Reading—Miss Vern Pratt.
After the program a reception will
be given and light refreshments will
be served. The following will con-
stitute the reception committee:
Mesdames W. A. Price, F. H.
Oberthier, F. T. Roloson, Homer
Wilkinson; Messrs. J. E. Garrison,
A. C. Elliott and Mayor Knight.
While the reception is for the pur-
pose of making acquaintances and
friends for the library. If any have
a book which they will bring as a
donation, the cabinet will appreciate
the gift. Only good, wholesome
books are wanted.
aiwaye dees at the
In honor of Mrs. James Kelly, a
pleasurable afternoon party
was given Saturday by Miss Ina
Gregg. The ladies enjoyed being
with Mrs. Kelly in the hospitable
Willow Wood home until almost
"supper time." The refreshments
were cake and gelatine with wbipt
Coming right up to Colorado fed
stuff, E. W. Morgan sells 440 lambs
and 54 yearlings in Kansas City
market this week and secures good
price. On the same day 10,000
lambs ftom various points were on
the market following a record break-
er of 16,000 the previous day. The
Hereford fed lambs brought $8.40
and the yearlings $7.50. The lambs
were on full feed for only 83 days
and made an average gain of 21
pounds per head, the lot averaging
73 pounds after the haul to market.
The same grade of stuff from Colo-
rado and fed on alfalfa and corn for
120 days brought only 10 cents
more while their gain was only a
pound or two more. These Hereford
lambs were fed on cur native feeds
and cotton seed meal. Mr. Morgan
is well pleased with this his first
feeding experience with maize and
kafir. He has some 400 more lambs
which he will feed 30 days longer.
For fresh sweet milk see Lester
Weaver or phone 9. 40tf
"Dad" Wood wants to know what
the Brand has to say about the
breeze we bad yesterday. IL. he
must know; the Brand will remark
that the day wa« too indecent to
mention in prist.
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We call for your suit, clean *nd
press it; take it back; you have no
bother except just to call 367 and
tell us. W. F. Orr. 2tf
The Mothers' Club met on Tues-
day afternoon with Mrs. Allan Bell.
After the rendition of the social pro*
gram and several readings on the
lesson subject, the club members en-
joyed an hour of genial sociability—
and Mrs. Bell's delectable refresh-
Two or three tables of "Bridge"
were enjoyed by a small crowd who
"happened in" on Mr. and Mr«. C.
D. Wright last Tuesday evening.
A few ladies met at Mrs. A. L.
Gibson's home Wednesday afternoon
for a little farewell chat with Mrs.
James Kelly, who is making a short
stay in Hereford. The ladies had a
charming, neighborly little meeting
with Mrs. Gibson and her guest.
Thursday evening Jack Jones en-
tertained the Presbyterian Sunday
school class of Path Finders and
their friends. The pretty Jones'
home in West Hereford was the
scene of much merry-making during
the games of "42" participated in
by the young folks. After a number
of jolly games, dainty refreshments
StMlfht a* it.
Thara is bo dm of our "hatting uwaf
the btak" Wa might at well out with It
intulHL We wanty®o to Uy Chamber-
lain's Cough Bsasadv thWant listo yeu
hsn a «*«ch orooM. Then hsonsm
so far m wo can ase why yoo should not do
This jprepwntiesi by its v
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p«op!« «v«rywboro tpoak ol
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hi*hwt tonus of wiin.
LAMBS AT K. C.
B. W. Morgan Makes Shipment
Nearly 500 Pen Fed Lambe—
Good Price Secured.
Plowing, Hating or hauling done.
See W. T. Smith. 3«4t
A light shower fell last Sunday,
but amounted to nothing practically.
On Tuesday afternoon another shower
came and the precipation measured
a little more than one tenth of an
Want Ads—5 cents per line—Cash
Wind, Rain and Snow.
Thursnay aod night a regular
motion pictuie of weather was dis-
played. All day the wind came as
a gale from the west, turning slight*
ly to the northwest at night. A light
snow and some rain fell during the
night, but amounted to nothing, the
wind being in the majority.
See Kemp about paints. 6*2t
General Newt Items.
Prof. A. H. Wilde of the Univer-
sity of Arizona thinks that the state
of Sonora, OM Mexico, will be an-
nexed to the United States if she
succeeds in her last revolution and
Oklahomi is about to pass a law
prohibiting the Greek Letter frater-
nities in the public and other state
A fierce battle was fought at Par-
rel, Chihuahua, Wednesday, in
which, it is reported, 1,500 men were
killed, and the rebel forces driven
back from their attack upon the
Only four bills have so far reach-
ed Governor Colvuitt's desk for hij~|
consideration. Slow grinding do-
Kansas Legiaiature to-
pass a law to sterilise
E. M. Smith of
ton aod Baltimore,
ed secretary to P>
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