The Hereford Brand, Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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Brand, Friday Octobat t,
The Great War Is On!
JOIN THE ALLIED FORCES
Agftbwl our Comkhi Enemy
QUALITY GOODS AND HONEST
VALUES are the weapons used
We have on one ot the Campaigns of Low Price
Mmkisttf that has ever been inaugnrated in the Panhandle. We are pre-
pared to serve you better and more advantageously than anyone under the
sun. Give us a chance, f Remember, we guarantee you a saving on
every bill of Furniture purchased at our store. We cordially invite ev-
eryone desiring House Furnishings to call and inspect our Mammoth Stock
of Well Selected Merchandise
War on Out-of Dale
The great war now being
waged by 700.000 wom-
en on out-of-date kitch-
ens is more far-reaching
than that of any army.
We invite the ladies of
Deaf Smith, Parmer and
Castro counties to join
THE mm QttNET I
IS THE jjjjjjjjjm.
Weapon they use
It saves millions of steps
by combining Pantry,
Table and Cupboard in
one spot. It puts your
whole kitchen at fingers
$22 50 Ax::iinster Hup *>x 12
14.50 Tapestry Rug 9*12.
7.50 Half wodI Ingrain Rug 9x12.
10.00 2-inch pest Iron Bed Brass
Finish ........ ... ..
tlti.M I $ 7 50 All Cotton Roll Edge 401b
9.95 Mattress § 4,95
5,00 ® 50 Spring Seat Rorker
J0 <10 ( cod Sewing Machine 20.00
6,75 55c Linoleum. splendid value, nly. 39*
from the Churches
Presbyterian Christian Endeavor.
Ot. 11, 1914.
Subject — Next Steps Fcr Our
Scripture —2 Pet. 1 -.1-18.
At Baptist Church.
The Bible School meets at 9
a. m and will be conducted fcy E
W. Harrison in the place of our be-
loved superintendent. R. E. Ccok,
who .s sick. Both the primary and
junior departments are cow using
the graded lessoos. 11 a. m. set-
Why should our society take new mon by the pastor. Sutj ct : "Our
stepst - Dot Owen. Ally." At 7 :30 p. m. the third of
Wnat are the neit steps for our the series of sermons on the Book of
society in prayer meeting? Give Jonah will be given. Subject-
reasons - Gienn Boardman. "Jonah and the Gourd. All are
What are the next steps in our I cordially invited to attend these
commi.tee work?—Hallie Wo mack. *ervices. Come with a glad hand
What are the next steps in our
chur:h work?—Roy Robertson.
Music —Grace Smith.
In what ways does cur endeavor
need building up—David Broadwell. ,
What are the next steps in music?
— Mae Womack.
Pastor's five minute talk—Rev. .
Prayer for conv ntion- Nelia
Leaders—Hope Owen and
Baptist Young People's Union.
President in charge.
Song—Selected by pianist.
Business—Reports of committees.
Leader—F. H. Davis.
Subject—Great Chapters, 1 Cor
The Junior Missionary Society.
Bible lesson — Luke 10 :JO-.37
Conrert prayer —Dear Lord Jesus,
we be ys and girls want to praise thee less
Prayer —Mrs. A. O Thompson,
Mr Castelle, Miss Jessie Sisk, Mr
Script jre lesson, 1 Cor. 13 —
Mae Reading Willie Owen.
Special song—Ezma Mounts.
Tne Chapter and now it came tc
be written—Short talk by leader.
What is meant by love?—Susie
Wr.y love is great —Earl Wilson.
Wn nout it good deeds are prcr;t-
every day we live. Help us to be Love removes hurtful and applies
such faithful workers that we may helpful qualities — Mrs. Hodges,
be little lights shining for thee. Love ;s everlasting—Bro. Farmer
Amen. j Love cannot fail, memorize and
Little Latin Americans—Jessie; recite poem in Quarterly— Helen
Caatro County News.
Mrs. J. F. Waldrip was called to
Pott City to pay the last respects to
her mother, who passed away the 4th-
John Turner went to Hereford
Monday to get Mr. Wood's skids,
so that he may move his house from
Diounitt to his plare seven miles
south of town.
The young people of Dimautt met
in the home of Mrs. W. B. Green
Friday evening and a pleasant even-
ing was reported.
]. D. Duree Sr., is up again after
a serious illneis.
L. D. Sbepard has sold the great-
er part ot his cows to Frank Metcalf.
Mite Addie Hodges met with sn
accident Friday morning. While
driving to school one of her lines
brake and in attempting to alight
the buggy to get control of her
i, she tell and sprained her arm.
Mre. John Turner is spending
several days with her mother-in-law,
1ftn. R. A. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Haam has been reel
sick the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cash, Miss Griffith,
CtMm Bell and Joe Hasting were in
Sunday evening at the
shock and our pumpkins in the caves.
Rev. McCall, a missionary from
Brazil, will deliver a lecture at
Spring Lake Thursday evening.
The young people of Parrot were
entertained Saturday evening in the
home of John Hacker.
Atford Grant is reported to be im-
proving since his illness. It was
feared he had the appendicitis.
Jack Slover moved to his new
home in Dimmitt Saturday.
Ed Smith stuck a nail in his foot
and it having some trouble with it.
George Burch while climbing over
a fence with a large armful of feed,
hurt his back, but not serious.
B. Anderson Wither spoon fixes
wells end windmills. Does tinning,
plumbing, etc. Phone 330. 2tf
Beware of Ointments for
GMMth that Contain Marcwy
aa mercury wtlt aurely dratroy the aenaa
of (mail and completely derange tba
whole system when entering it throuiti
the inus— aurtacea. Such artiilaa ahovM
never ba uaed exept
from (MMtobie phjmdi
th*Jf wm do ta t n fold to the good jrotl
. ... preacrlptlona
phyatrlana. aa the Simapa
.y F J.
If "Jack Frost" will wait a little
ee *111 have our feed in the
f MMtbly derive from them.
catarrh Care mam
Cheney a Co.. Tttleilo. O. ■■nntatna no
mercury, and la tak.-n internally acting
directty upon the htnod and hi* a«r-
facea of the ayatem In buying Mall'a
Catarrh Cure be aure you get the genu-
ine. It to taken Internally and made In
Toledo. Ohio, by K. J Cheney * Co Tea.
"""""ft RS-1.... Prto. bottt*.
> Mall'a Family Pi lie for conatipatiun
The Ford Store.
The Ford Store, located in the
Gorden building and owned by E.
H. Brandt, is doing a fine business.
The store besides having on band at
all times reaay for immediate deliv-
ery Ford town cars, run abouts and
touring, has also a full supply of
accessories and repairs. In con-
nection and in the same building, an
oil station has been installed under
the management of McCord * and
Bennett. They keep a supply of
gasoline, oils and etc., and are pre-
pared to furnish compressed air for
tires and gas for the lights. The
location on the "wrong side of the
street" is quite a convenience to cer
owners es the place enables them to
drive up and atop without interfer-
ing with the other travel end traffic.
The Ford Store preeenta an active
and busy plaee.
Don't say drug store say Cornet
Drug Store. ltf
Best Colorado Coal at the Eleva-
tor. Buy now for the winter. J5-2t
The W. O. W. meet on the aeeond
and fourth Saturday nights of each
month. Members should keep these
detes in mind end attend. 13tf
Child Missionaries—Mary Short.
Who are our new missionaries to
China that sailed from Vancouver
Seeing the sun—Keith Stegall.
Giving for Jesus sake—Wain
Jesus Knows—William Black.
The Lord Hath Need of Thee—
Bpworth League Program.
Sunday, Oct. 11, 1914.
Subject—The Life That Wins. •
Scripture lesson—Eph. 2 :1-10.
Prayers—Goochie S i s k , Alice
Dichert, Harry Shaw, Bro. Heneoo.
How may people tell we are living
Junior C. E. Program.
Sunday, 3 p. m , Oct. 11.
Our Crosses and What to do With
I Them, Matt. 10:38 39.
j Porto Rico II.
Cross bearing. Matt. 16:24 —
Cross suffering, 1 Cor. 1 :17—
i Artis Russell.
Rejoice in the Cross, Matt. 5-11
j —Avis Wilson.
Cross of Sacrifice, Matt. 19-21 —
The Homely Little Girl and the
Lady With the Veil—Nora Beems.
Do we always know just what
crosses other people are bearing?—
Beef Mnsse Bsggtag.
It stems that many ot the iamstoe
ot the Deaf and Dumb Institute
when they leave that plaee for the
summer vacation take to the road ss
veteran beggars. Many of them
have visited Hereford soliciting
money for the purpose, they say, of
ccmpleting their educaticn. Some
ot them carry with them sealed end
officially signed letters from the
officials at Austin. Many of them
are abie bodied yourg men with the
exception of the loss of the two
senses While the loss of any one
^r two of the avenues of ir,formation
• i a great calamity to any person,
when the physical strength of the
unfortunate one still re: .a:ns good,
we think it unwise to encourage
'•nen, especially while they are
ycung, to go about the country ask-
ing alms and money gifts of the pec-
ple If the heads of the departments
and the teachers at Austin encour-
age such a practice, even by giving
them letters of recommendation,
they are doing the boy a great in-
justice. It teaches them to be "de-
pendents," takes the "life" out of
their ambition to forge ahead even
despite their afflictions, gives them a
shamefacedness which will follow
them to their graves, and lastly
makes "beggars" out of every ooe
of them. We do not believe the
people should give money to an
able-bodied person, especially a boy
or young man, who is able to go to
the fields and labor or to engage in
some profitable trade or businees.
No doubt, many of the towns have
been imposed upon by those who
"played the game" of being deaf-
Some of our citizens saw very sus-
picious looking manuevers the last
time one of the deaf mute boys visit-
ed Herefcrd, and we believe the
citizens sbould be careful in extend-
ing aid where there is danger of
misplacing their confidence.
TAKE IT rN TME
Just as Scores off Hereford
Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect kidney backache,
Urinary troubles often follow.
Act in time by curing the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for weakened kidneys.
Many people in this locality recom-
Here's one case :
J. D. Bailey, carpenter. Canyon,
Texas, says "I used cniy one box
of Doan's Kidney Pills, but they did
me a world of good. I had pains
across my back and sides Seeing
Doan's Kidney Pills so highly recom-
mended by people I knew, I got a
box and used them with good re-
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask tor a kidney remedy —get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Bailey had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. It
Buy a watch from Ray while they
are going cheap. It
a life that wins?
By Our Influence-Addle Anthony. I Davie Clark.
Kindness—Carrol Shaw. j What will you do with your cross-
Fairness—Mary Wood. 1 ee? —Daniel Bell.
"OCB.%*8 OP WATWt."
| Loyalty—Grace Sites,
j Cheerfulness— Clitford Acker,
i Bravery—John Beasoa.
i Piano duet—Blanche sad Fearl
1 Reading—Nellie Former.
An object talk.
How can we help others to bear1
tbeif crosses?—Emma Bell Elliott.
Who chooses our crossee for us?
Does God ever give us a cross
that is heavier than we can bear ? —
General discussion—Led by super*
Are Cordially Invited
A# -ULt rj tfArd
^Jb Wlwl wlvi ll
To attend their sessions
which are HELD EVERY
SUNDAY afternoon at 3
o'clock. The meetings this
month will be held at the
If you are a stranger or
a visitor in the city J you
will be welcome.
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1914, newspaper, October 9, 1914; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253773/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.