The Hereford Brand, Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, May 23, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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The Hereford Brand
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Commission Makes Contract With
Wichita Concern For Modern
Fire Fightiag Aparatns—
Will Arrive Soon.
Hereford hat plaqed herself in the
forefront of the smaller cities of the
state by the purchaae of a modern
fire fighting machine. It is a com-
bination hose and chemical motor
truck. The specifications call for
four cylinder motor, mounted on
substantial cha: sls.with wheels of the
artillery type, cushion tires. The
equipment consists of fire extinguish
ers, flexible buckets, axes, lanterns,
ladders, chemical tanks and hose,
capacity for 1000 feet of water hose,
place for as many as 10 or 12 men
on the running boards. The entire
outfit was built by the Wichita Falls
Motor Truck Company and is finish
ed it) good style and attractive man
ner. The truck was used recently
at the State Firemen's Convention
for exhibition purposes and Hereford
was given no little advertising as
class to buy a
modern fire motor 'triifck.
Thi Commission feels itself for
tunate in making the change to this
Repayment of $50 25
for 22 Maths, the new equipment
■ Itwsi the absolute property of
tip city. This stands against the
expense of $90 per month to main-
tain and keep up the old equipment
and eliminates the possible loss by
dsath of me or both of the fine
horses. The new motor is expected
to arrive at any time. Some ar-
rangements will be made at once for
& place to keep the outfit. The
Commission is hard at work on that
I'll meet you at the Corner Drug
Standing of Contestants in Stam-
baugh's Piano Contest.
Week ending Wednesday, May
No. ' Votes
75 L. 230485
10 5 351355
10 6 185725
10 7 .....226316
15 4 414435
15 5 138560
Do personal work among your
friends and get their votee.
Geo. A. Stambaugh, Cash Store.
Spot Cash for Want Ads.
To avoid the necessary expense of
book-keeping and a lot of unneces-
sary "chasing" around on the first
of each month trying to collect a
number of small amounts for Local
Readers and Want Ads, the Brand
has adopted that good Spot Cash
Rule for all such advertising. There-
fore, beginning with June 1, please
bring the cash with you when order-
ing Losal Readers or Want Ads.
It's less trouble; the ads will be run
for only the time paid for and there
will not be any "Duns" to annoy or
Hereford Seniors Entertained.
Miss Nell Wilson, a popular mem-
ber of the Senior Class of the Here-
ford High school, entertained the
class of '13 at a delightful lawn pic-
nic at her home on 25-Mile A*om§
in Hereford last Friday evening. v"
Each member of the class furnish-
ed a dish for the jolly picnic spread,
which was one of the most enjoyable
features of the evening. Following a
number of delightful lawn games and
the picnic lunch the party adjourned
to the parlor where an hour of music
closed the evening. Besides the
members of (he class those in at-
tendance were Supt. Ben Short and
wife, Principal D. A. Shirley and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shirley,
Mrs. R. E. Cook, Misses Mabel
Gass and Jane Gregg; Messrs. Clyde
Gregg, Lloyd Wright, Otho Price,
Chas. Ellis, Mac Gallaber. The
Senior class includes: Mary Blacet,
Jewell Bnster, Lois Garrison, Clara
Lambert, James Lipscomb, Earl
Lust, Besse Nance, Alma Norton,
Cotta Sisk, Edgar Webb, Nell Wil-
son, Virginia Wyche.
Chamber of Commerce Membership
The following is a list of the paid-
up membership of the Hereford
Chamber of Commerce. It is a good,
lively lifet, but there shoyldbf
eral more. Look over the roster
and see if your name is found in it.
If it is not there, why not?
D. F. Asfabrook, w. H. Bennett,
Iter, Ralph Barneti, L. Baskin, F.
L. Senium, W. M, Cogdell, J. J.
Clark, Emmett Card well, J. H. Card-
well, Joe Collins, C. H. Churchill,
E. F. Connell, E. C. Damail, Eli
Dunlap, J. W. Dale, S. J. Dodson,
S. B. Edwards, W. R. Evants, E. O.
Freeman, N. E. Gass, D. R. Gass,
C. S. Garrison, J. E. Garrison, C. R.
Holman, J. W. Hood, E. W. Harri-
son, Edgar Johnson, A. M. Jones, J.
S. Jones, A. J. Lipscomb, G. A.
Lewis, C. D. Miller, H. C. Myrick,
E. W. Morgan, John McLein, C. M.
McGhee, D. L. McDonald, Will
O'Brien, F. H. Oberthier, W. F. Orr,
G. A. F. Parker, E. B. Posey, W.
H. Ray, T. E. Shirley, D. A. Shir-
ley, G. M. Suggs, R. W. Shafer, G.
A. Stambaugh, Roy Stocking, Ben
Short, A. H. Smith, J. P. Snyder, C.
A. Skelton, John Sherman, Charley
Tarr, O. E. Thomas, J. I. Walker,
Ed. Wilson, C. E. Walker, Earl
Wilson, Henry Wilkinson, Chas. P.
Woodburn, C. D. Wright.
HEREFORD, TEX^S, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913
Northwest Texas Normal at Canyon
Gives Diplomas to Sixty-Three
Six Prom Hereford.
H. B. Webb and family are en-
joying a family reunion this week.
Wednesday a dinner fit for the Webbs
was served by Mrs. Webb and the
other women members. Mr. Webb
has had a strawberry smile on his
face all the week, but was somewhat
put out when the court jerked him up
for jury service. Those who are
present at this happy occasion are:
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Webb and sons,
Edgar and Tom, the latter having
come in from Arizona to be present
upon this special occasioo; Geo.
Webb of Tulia, a brother of Mr.
Webb's; Mrs. W. H. Jordan of Arl-
ington, Texas, Mrs. H. E. Wratten
of Westfield, New York, and Miss
Lillie Webb of Geneva, Ohio, three
sisters of Mr. Webb.
The Cardwells Move.
Cardwell Brothers grocery estab-
lishment was moved this week from
the place which they have occupied
since going back into business tc|tb< ir
old stand. The store has been put in
spink and span condition and the
boys have been hard at work plac-
ing the goods in shape.
The commencement exercises of
the West Texas State Normal has
been brought to a successful close.
The address was delivered by Editor
H. R. Greer of Amarillo. Diplomas
were granted to some sixty-three
graduates and they hsil from nearly
every section of the state, but the
Panhandle furnished more than half
the number. Canyon heads the list
with 12 in the graduation class;
Clarendon is next with six; Hereford
follows with five; C^hildress, McLean
and Roscoe, two each; after these
34 different towns are represented
by one each. In the number from
Hereford are the names of Mimes
Mate Hunt, Ethel Fuqua, Edna
Fuqua, Zotlie Garrison, Haxel Wil-
son. In addition to, the graduation
honors Miss Hunt sins the winner of
the thirty dollar prise offered for the
$jtftfworkdpae in the German langu-
age. ; The citizens of Hertford, po*
joy a feeling of pride in the splendid
work da&by the Hereford young
yon Normal. Be-
r graduating this
Civil Docket Occupies All the Time
-Non Jury Docket Will Be
Taken Up Next Week.
District Court is still engaged on
the Jury Civil Docket, this being the
last jury week for this term of court.
The Civil Non-Jury Docket will be
taken up Monday morning for dis-
position of the cases which remain
on it. The Grand Jury reconvened
Tuesday of this week and are still in
session. No indictments have been
returned to this date. The follow-
ing cases have been disposed of
since the last issue of the Brand:
N. L. Taylor vs Fred Wittemore
and Mary H. and Geo. C. Pettibone.
Suit to set aside real estate contract.
Judgment by default for plaintiff for
cancellation of contract.
Mrs. Rhoda McCracken vs Newt
Reeves et al. Dismissed at cost of
Hermond and Christian D. Weis-
man vs S. S. Evants—Suit on note
and for foreclosure. Dismissed at
cost of defendant.
J. D. Hanby and Will R. Evants
vs First National Bank of Hereford
et al—-Suit for conversioo and on
note—Trial by jury, submitted on
special issues and answers returned
in to court by jury Saturday after-
noon. No judgownt yet entered.
Carder Bros, vs The Eastern Ry
Co. of New Mexico—Suit for dam-
ages. Trial by jury and verdict re-
turned for plaintiff's for $314-40.
B. T. Bell, Jr. vs H. Trow—Suit
for damages for breach of contract.
Jury selected and case now on trial.
Among the out-of-town attorneys
in Hereford this week in attendance
on District Court are: C. 0. French
of Kansas City, R. R. Hszlewood
and R. E. Underwood of Amarillo
and W. B. Chauncey of Dalhart.
Curios to Canyon Normal.
The large collection of curios, for
a long time displayed in the show
wienie, at the Brand office, have
been shipped to'jhe Cap/onNoimal
to which institution^ this valuable
collection of old
toes has been d
lector, Robert El!
has been making
thirty years or mof
seen some of the rarest things
early civilisation of Texas and other
states, and even of other countries.
Besides a large collection of guns
and pistols* there may be seen in
this collection the "sewing bird," a
small instrument made in the form of
a bird, which was used to hold the
cloth for our great mothers while
they made the fine stitches in the
broad cloth of their husbands. Then
there is one of the first "threshing
machines" of the country, hand
made of hard hickory, known as a
"flail." Few young men of this
time ever, saw one. Among the
weapons of defense is a Sicilian dag-
ger, taken from some student during
the great uprising by the college
students in that country years ago.
It was brought to the United States
by Prof. Cori, for a number «>f years
r of ancient languages in
T^Us Christian University. While
in this country a warm, personal
friendship sprang up between Prof.
Cori and Mr. Elliott and on the for-
a departure for bis . rid home,
gave the dagger, which is eoa e/iM^
inches long with silver inlaid decora-
tions, to his American friend, a
few of the things in the list are:
flax spinning wheel, wooden shuttles
for the old hand made looms, Indian
rook corn mill, flint lock pistols and
guns, French dueling pistol, army
canteens and belts of the Civil War,
army guns of every period since
Washington's time, sabers and
swords, speer used by the natives of
Africa in killing the hypopotomus,
buffalo guns, a hundred other things
of interest. Two mementoes in the
cElection, while not now of much
value, will, in the course of years,
be a curiosity. They are simply
t to adobe bricks from the vault of
the first court house erected on the
Plains of Texas. Mr. Elliott hap-
pened to be at Dimmitt when the old
court house was being raised and he
promptly appropriated two well pre-
The Normal has built cases for
this collection and room has been
provided for additions. Any one
having old relics of the early days
of the Panhandle or Texas or any
other stats and wish to place them
where they will serve an educational
purpose, will confer a favor upon the
students of that school by communi-
cation with either President Cousins
of the Normal or with Mr. Elliott
whose office Is at Amarillo.
Closing Exercises of School Begins
Continues to Tuesday
Lock out for the clowns, they will
be there. it
Special Set viceo at Christian Church
On Wednesday evening, June 4, a
special service in the interest of the
National Benevolent Association of
the Christian church will be held in
Hereford. Rev. Otis Hawkins,
Southern Representative, with head-
quarters at Dallas, and Rev. J. H.
Mohorton of St. Louis, will present
the work of the Association, using a
stereopticon in connection with their
lectures. Every one, regardless of
church affiliation, is invited to hear
these men. There will be no ad-
mission charges, but a free will ofa^
fering will be taken for the benefit
of the Association.
in the district court room,
sermon will be delivered by Rev. R.
H. Purser. On Monday evening at
8:30, in the high school auditorium,
the class play will be given and an
interesting program has been pro-
vided. A small admission will be
charged for this entertainment. On
Tuesday evening at 8:30, again in
the court room, the principal event
of the year for the school will be
held. This is the graduation for the
class of '13. Hon. W. R. Hall of
Amarillo will deliver the address.
The following programs suggest that
a feast of good things await the
Program, Sunday, May 25, 10:30
Processional.v' 4 '
Sermon—Rev. R. h. Purser.
L'DMWhlp; '* £ -
CLASS ENTERTAINMENT, MONDAY,|
MAT 26, 8 :30 1 . M.
Seoior Play—"Just Like Percy."
Cast of Characters.
Mr. Hudson, a widower—Earl
Percy Hudson, bis son, age 21—
Christopher M a y p 01 e—Edgar
Mrs. Harvey, a widow—Jewell
Ethel Lincester, her neice, age
Mrs. Carter—Jennie Wyche.
Mrs. Maypole—Lois Garrison.
Hannah—Mrs. Harvey's maid—
Act I. Scene—Mrs. Harvey's
Act II. Scene—Same as act one,
one week later.
Act III. Scene—The same, two
Specialties between acts.
Coon Song—Otho Price.
Commencement exercises Tuesday
evening, May 27th, 1913, 8:30.
"Architecture Showing the Char-
acter of Nations"—Cotta Sisk.
••Compulsory School Attendance"
—Earl Lust. \
"Science as the Builder of the
Panama Canal"—Mary Blacet.
Vocal Solo, "Blossom Land"—
Mrs. H. B. Stevens.
Class Address—Hon. R. W. Hall.
Awardiog Diplomas and Honors.
Class 1913: Mary Blacet, Jewell
Buster, Lois Gsrrison, Clara Lam-
bert. James R. Lipscome, Jesse E.
Luat, Besse Nance, Alma Norton,
Cotta Sisk, George E. Webb, Nell
Wilson, Virginia Wyche.
Mrs. F. A. Baird of Woodard,
Okla., came in yesterday morning
for a visit with her brother, L. V.
VOITLL UKE lUCTlKTOROt
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, May 23, 1913, newspaper, May 23, 1913; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253706/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.