The Hereford Brand, Vol. 15, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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■EMMN KM ON THE MIRERS! Of MMM
WOT jOTJPOT •• • VOTH OTVOTMI
wMek 0«mi WmMi
m nrrM duaail the Imhrtta,
Ml "Light Hon* Harry" Wi flaa
war* aold at auction it N«w York 4ur
rwr. Tim in bo
WMhiactM pistols la Mount V
or la th« National bunbb at Wadt-
HAND PUBLISHING CO
Tkm art no better people on
aartk than Wet here.
Tkli Conakry ie filling up with new
ptoplt. The merchant who advtr
tlets will |tt their trade. GtHing
thtir trndt when they first come
•malty niwm holding it. Use the
Brand ae t bueineu wooer.
We want nil the newt while it it
freth. Phone your any local hap-
penings to the office or write and
etnd it, wt will apprtciate the fav-
or. We want t3 give a real live
paper and the work it hard while we
are etrangert. You can be of grtat
Don't grouch. If this town does-
n't suit you, and you are sure, posi-
tively absolutely sure, that in spite
of your very best efforts, the situa-
tion it hopelest and the whole thing
it turely, swiftly going to the bow-
wows, don't allow yourself to be en-
gulfed in the general malestroai but
pack your go-a-broady and scoot.
A good newspaper is a town's
Mtt valuable auet, but no one man
can mate a gre^t newspaper. The
■unity mutt htlp. It taket
money and lott of it to run a good
ntwspaper and it it only the uom-
munity that liberally patronizes a
paper in all its departments that can
hope for a good paper with a pull-
ing a power.
One of the most inconsistent in-
dividuals we ever met is the man
who growls at 'axes, and yet insists
that the public school must be kept
up to a high standard of efficiency ;
who, individually has no use for
churches, yet desires bit children to
attend Sunday School; who wel-
comes saloons and their companion
institutions, yet is anxious for his
boy to become a respected citizen.
Paradoxical though it sounds, there
are men of just that type—we all
will hat ha aa anflaMHag cf the beau-
ty of oharacter
will briag to
she wrought in their Uvet while here.
On the other hand, Prank Jama,
a character wboet life tatted of
nearly every crisae aad teemed to
revel ia dtedt evil, paid the debt of
nature aad patted out from tht
thortt of tbit lift to another beyond.
After yeara of crime of the
diabolical kind, remorse seemed to
overwhelm his soul and he professed
faith in a Savior whoae blood waa
■ shed to cleanse the vil. at sinner of
ail bis spots. None doubts the ef-
ficiency of the Savior's power to re-
make the character of even this man
and aave him.
But how shall htaven appeal to
tbeee two mott diverse characters?
The eyet of Fanny Crotby will open
to behold and enjoy in full meature
the tbinge she loved here and heav-
en will be but a continuation of life
here on a larger and fuller scale.
Frank Jamea will find himaelf
amidat the things that his life tried
to destroy. How will they affect
him? Will bis soul, although
cleansed and renewed, respond to
all the beauty of both form and sub-
stance as does the soul of the sweet-
er life who expressed her soul's
beauty in melody of song ?
We don't believe it.
The supreme lesson of these two
lives is that getting to heaven is not
all. A life spent here in prepara-
tion for celestiaHife will be prepar-
ed to enjoy more than one spent in I call 76
defiance of God'a law, though at'
la? t bringing the dregs of life to the
altar. No sower of wild oats can
ever return and be the aame as tho'
a more worthy crop of ideals and
endeavor bad been sown.
HEREFORD RECEIVES AT-
As an evidence that the Hereford
Brand has a far reaching influence
in advertising this section, i.ttention
it called to the fact that the Fort
Worth Record of last Monday gave
nearly a column of space to a repro-
duction of the Brand's write up of
the first Farmers Chort Course ever
held here under the direction of the
Prot. Ben,Short of Hereford, who
attended these sessions and prepar-
ed this article for the Brand, de-
aervet special mention in this con-
nection as the article not ouly con-
tained much valuable information,
but was well prepared.
WILL TBBY EH JOY BEAVER?
Last week two noted characters,
both of whom have been in the pub-
lic eye for more than half a century,
patttd from earth to the great be-
yond. Both died confessing faith
in the Savior of men. Both believed
ia life beyond the "swelling tide"
where joy shall be the soul's natu-
ral state. The livee of tbtit two
wert in tuct marked contrast, both
in thtir idealt [and their influence,
that it it impostiblt to think of thtm
as tajoying tht same things in that
etlMtial land unltst their idtntity
Is lott, and if identity it lott, then
Wt are not the tame but another.
Tin lib of Fannie J. Crotby waa
f or am tlrna half a ctntury a poem
ef lava aad benediction for all
'lift la any way touched *era.
eyet long closed to the beauties
The ganulnaneaa 01 tha offerings
was attested by a documentary
eri at their sale In 1804. In Alexandria,
Va* at the disposal of the effects of
Washington's secretary Bartholomew
Dandrldge. to whom the aeneral pre-
ited the weapons. Their preeence
la 1M3 at the partition of the Mantel-
ler estate Is atteetwl. Col. Philip 0.
Man teller, one of Washington's pall-
haaren, bought them at the Dandrldco
■alt tor £6:3s.
The pistols are of the fllntloek type.
They wen made by Hawkine el Lon-
don aad bear the gnnmahe^t guild
proof mark "0. P." Silver hands aeroaa
the butts an engraved "General
The medicine chest Is of mahogany
aad walnut, about one tool square,
with brass handles. Lea's flag is about
two feet square It had fallen apart
from age, but the pleees won saved
and an held le plaee by thin netting.
MaeCnvodlad to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund o—r II paso
olNTMKNT tolls lo curt amy cm a* Itrhiae.
Blind. Blvrdtagor Protrudiaa Mir* in Mo Mdaf*.
The Stit aioilieatioa give* Raw aad Krai. 50c.
Waoklnfton the Man.
Washington occupioe a unique plaee,
not only In the history ol the United
States, but in the history ot the world.
No man of such recent yean enjoys
sueh a splendid perspective America
views him, not as a man but as a
demigod. He loom* vast, a hero with
the awesome, Inspiring splendor thst
invests the deities ot Unek mytholo-
gy. And yet, Washington the man is
very real to us.
May his memory be cherished for-
You should buy early and take
advantage of my low prtcea. V ogele
Millinery parlor. It
"From Moke Smiths."
Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia has
had babiea named after him ao numer- j
ously and for so many yean that now
his mail Is intenpersed every day
with letters from various other Hoke
Smiths. He has his morning mail
sorted Into several classes, which In-
clude: "Important," "Unimportant,"
and "From Hoke Smiths." Even
though he haa grown uaed to it ot
late. It seems funny to sign his Hoke
Smith to a letter directed to Hoke
Smith Jones or any of the scorea of
other Hoke SmithB that keep writing
Adolphua Butch WroteTexaa
D-in't be deceived when they tell
you "there's none in town." Just
E. W. Harrison. J-2t
Brand Ada Bring Rasultn
The following letter from one of
the Brand's pleased customers shows
how far a "want ad" in the Brand
Gentlemen : Enclosed find 25cj
as per your statement of my account.
The Brand must be all right. 11
received more replies to my ad than
"Will Giva $100,000 Extra to
Your Campaign Fund"
Home A Stata. Dalian. Texas, wants lOn.iiOg Tex-
sns to read the "Personal" and "Confidents!
letter* seized by the S'ata for wit expossns eon.
npirary nf liquor interts to control Texas. Story
it up pressed by Dally papers. Publication borina
March 1. Order today: One year 11.00. t-it
Physically and Mentally Worn
Out—Tells How Nervous
and Crying Spells
Ended by Vinof.
Monmouth, III.:—"I waa weak, worn-
out and nervous. I had no appetite and
waa setting so thin and discouraged,
one day I junt broke down and cried
when a friend came in and asked me
what was the matter. 1 told of my
condition and how nothing 1 took seemed
to do me any good. Vinol waa suggested.
T ka.,. fc..„ ,ki. i I got a bottle and before it was half
I have been able to answer even \ | could eat and sleep well. I
got them as far away as Mississippi, j continued ita use and now my friends
Guaranteed for all time; No
moss, growth, chipping or
crumbling. Investigate. Sold
by P. R. Purcall, Hereford.
In the Light of the Past
In selecting a bank you must, consider not only
what it promises to do for you but what it has
done for others.
Only in this way can you get a fairly accural
te idea as to what results you yourself may ex-
pect from it.
Let us suggest that you consider this bank in
the light of past performances.
We Sell Traveler! Checks Payable Throughout the World.
G. A. P. PARKER, President
A. J. LIPSCOMB, Cathier JHO. W. SHERMAN, Ass't.
Put an ad in the Dallas News at the
same time and ran it five times in-
cluding Sunday, and did not receive
Hoping that everything is well
with Hereford and the Brand, I am,
Yours very truly,
J. M. Gililland.
For waist goods for women and
children see Gass and Son Hereford,
Texas. They have just returned
from market and have an excellent
say 1 look ten y -nrs younger, and I
well, healthy and strong. 1 wish I
could induce every tired-out, worn-out,
nervous woman to take Vinol."—Mm.
Harriet Gale, Monmouth, 111.
There are many over-worked, tirsd-
out careworn, nervous women in tbit
vicinity who need the strengthening,
tissue building, and vitalising effects of ;
Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron
tonic, and so sure are we that it will
build them up and make them strong
that we offer to return their money
if it fails to benefit.
Vinol is a delicious preparation of the
extract of cod liver oil add peptonate of ,
iron and contains no oil.
Corner Drug Store, Hereford, Ttxas
Stocking & McLean Props.
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Guthrie, B. F. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 15, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1915, newspaper, February 26, 1915; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253793/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.