The Hereford Brand, Vol. 15, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, April 23, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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each oi us is a m
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of sornt and suffering, ottr
bur the agonised waite oi
childhood aad betrayed —Ihosbaod
Mid tho hiimselty within as cries
out for relief.
And is it all for naught
wanton sacrifice—this nation
Tho plans of tho Iofinite cannot
bo thwarted. If nothing 1ms thai
tho aedel conditions enisling todaj
could bring His peopls to a right
tense of their duty In helping in ev<
ery possible way to rid the earth ol
this specter—war—and bring about
the universal peace which is
Dees a closing of banhs and rightful heritage of Hi« people, then
pool office and a holiday for the | tj,au we not respond with heart and
school children constitute a suitable1 (OU] t0 tj,e message which the past
cossmemoration of the national day! y((r has brought to us?
of a great state? Hath the salt lost j jhsre must be, there is, a better
its savor? I way— a way more in keeping with
__ . ..... ,K. the progress of Christian civilua-
E<..ing Id order 10 fiod thai «y M
puttee, . «l.Me 10 Hereford folk. ^ ^ ^ , ,ort,c,lotli thru
Boats, good, bad and otherwise have
boon called into service the past
week and the lake near Mothes'
We were mistahoo in oar
record of the Soaior Class.
find by looking ever the reoori
Vsrdie Buekner has sovea
perfect attendance to her onl
haviag been absent since she i
Mm seventh grade.
Mary Parmer is with us age
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The joint open session wo w<
have had on last Friday evening,
was postpned oo account of
ment weather to Friday April
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Tafto Han araaili
iron > he moot vigorous growth
of hay. Phono 54 or write ft. H.
Norton, Horoford, Tesos. lltf
FOB TRADE—A seven room houss
bungalow stylo. Horoford. To*as.
South & G'ltnn. 12tf
FOR SALE—Well matured
corn seed from the field of E. E.
Ramsey. Phone 22■ 12tf
Park has become a popular resort
The lake, by the way, is no make
believe either. Just let your fancy
conjure up some necessary improve
ments to make it permanent: a
pretty drives, trees, etc., and we
would have a park that would make
us all sit up and take notice.
A MENACE TO TBI CITY
us ask ourselves if, sometimes,
misguided zeal for inculcating pa-
l triotism in our children, we have
j not taught them a blind worship of
I military achievement? Are we sure
| they can distinguish between mili-
1 tary pageantry and patriotism?
In our desire to fix the foundation
few ' Pr,DC'P'e* °* loyalty and service to
j country and veneration for her he-
' roes, have we overlooked the seek-
| ing of the better way ?
Have we failed to teach that,
j "We owe allegiance to the State.
But deeper, truer, more
at Canyon on the 21st, was post-
poned on account of the condition
of the track and will take place on
Saturday, April 24th.
The Seniors handed in the first
draft of their final themes on last
Monday. The class has finished
most of the year's work, having now
but two subjects, and are enjoying
some of the privileges of a "digni-
The schooi en oyed and appreciat-
| ed very much the holiday granted
to them on Wednesday.
If it's Cleaning Pressing or Tail*
oring you want, phone 15. The
Model Tailor Shop. It
With the coming of warm weather j sympathies which CJod
the lake on the north of town stand- j
ing full of water and covering sev-
eral acres will be a menace to the
health of the town. It seems that
steps should be taken at once to
have it drained and if possible made
a beauty spot instead of an eyesore
and a menace. There is considera-
ble property adjacent to the lake
and now under water and commer-
cially worthless that would be en-
hanced in value more than the cost
of draining the lake. It would seem
that these might be interested in
contributing a good part of the cost
as it would be a good investment
Within our spirit's core.
i Our country claims our fealty,
We grant it so, but then
I Before man made us citizens.
Great Nature made us men '
Just now, when the thought of
the world is concentrated upon
* bringing about a peace which shall
be permanent and universal, let us
think and thick seriously of these
Shall we commemorate these his-
; toric days and honor those who free-
ly laid their all upon their country's
altar? Yes, and many times yes,
, but let us do it wisely, not mistak-
I ing its real purpose.
These men were heroes indeed,
and the reflected radiance of their
glory is our own; their deeds are
immortal as is every true and un-
selfish deed, and their voices, could
we but hear them, would be the
strongest in proclaiming the urgent
necessity for united effort in banish-
ing this destroyer of nations—War.
Some Good Ordinances
called to the ruthless destructi >n of I
birds thkt is often so indulged in. : The Brand is this week publishing
Most birds are our good friends.,tw0 ordinances passed by the City
Were it not for the aid of the insect i Commission. They should be read
destroying birds it would be imposs-' by every property owner in Here-
ible to raiie fruit. One of the most! They are both good and in-
25c por Dozen
6c per Pound
PHONE 1 1
"Tha Automobila of Marit"
The Small Hercules is a Little
Dandy, but if you want to pay a
little more for a car, investigate
the larger model. The price is
$100 under that of any car any-
where near it in quality and class.
H. L RICE, Agent
A Sanitary Wall Finish
Lincold Walamo is a lustreless washable wall paint.
Preferable to wall paper because sanitary—no germ
breeding paste. Forms a surface velvety and smooth
in appearance as a kalsomine or water color; yet hard
as enamel. Easy and quickly cleaned by washing.
is ftrniseed in a wide variety of delicate tints and rich
colors. An ideal finish fop walls and ceilings.
Color samples and suggestions of harmonious color
combinations for different rooms on application.
Kemp Lumber Co.
DON'T KILL TBS BIRDS
This is the time of the year when
the boy and bis gun is much in evi-
dence and every good live boy gets
fun out of the hunt and also likes to
try his marksmanship on any living
thing not protected by law. How-
ever most boys desire to do right
when they can be brought to give
the matter thought.
So the attention of our boys is
ANOTHER SERIAL PHOTOPLAY PRODUCED BY
TPE UNIVERSAL FILM MFG. CO.
IN 15 WEEKLY EPISODES
Monday Night, April 26
The "Mooter Key" is pronounced by many "movie fans"
to be more thrilling than "Troy oi Hearts."
"TREY O' HEARTS" EACH FRIDAY NIGHT
Our 4-Year-Old Saddle Stallion
Will Make the Season at
Bowe's Livery Barn, Hereford
He w.ll be found at our ranch, at Black, Texas, any other time.
Don't fail to see him is ycu appreciate
A GOOD SADDLE HORSE.
efficient workers in destroying bor- tended for the well being and pro-,
ers is the -Kansas crow.' or "Blue j Action of all the people and not as
Bird," somewhat resembling in size a hardship on any one. The motto
our own meadow lark. It is report* 10 prominently used everywhere
ed that boys have been shooting it. "SAFETY FIRST is a gocd thing
Don't do it for he's your friend. ' to practice. After an accident has
The English sparrow is a pest and occurred from careless driving and
should be destroyed, but it is about
the only bird that should be molest-
ed. It is generally believed that
the much abused crow and hawk do
more good than harm.
The birthday of Texas! Once
again it has come to us, this day so
long enshrined in the hearts of the
people of this great commonwealth;
and once again have the thoughts of
a grateful people gone back in loy-
alty and love to the Heroes of San-
But today there is a new note in
the song ot triumph, a chord hither-
to but faintly hoard, swelling louder
i some one injured it is too late then
: to make amends.
So at a little seeming inconven-
ience everyone should be willing to
obey the traffic rules and regard
i them as for their own protection.
The ordinance as applying to the
: use of the sewer is intended tor the
protection of the health of everyone
and should be regarded as a bless-
ing by every one.
Should Harrow Orain
The late rains have puddled and
packed the ground and will cause it
to crack open and thus lose moisture
rapidly. All snail grain should be
harrowed aad heavily mulched as
soon as the crust forms to break up
clearer and more beautiful with! the capillariaes and let in the air.
each passing day. It is an echo of
the "Peace oa Berth, Good Will
Toward Men" sung by angelic
choirs over the cradle of the Babe
Today as we stand face to face
f oi modern
i Hi cruslttseaad bar*
the loot word in
Unless this is done the late rains
may have done more harm than
good. A Farmer.
Let me show you what Good
Work looks like. The Model Tailor
Shop does it better. It
Wall pader 10 ooats per double
roll. K. B. Black Co.
On Thursday, April 22nd
There will be a Lady Expert at Garrison Brothers,
who will demonstrate the uses of
DEAF SMITH COUNTY
The Demonstration will last two or three
days, during which we will have fifty alu-
minum sauce pans on sale at about one-
third their actual value. While they last
we will sacrifice these sauce pans for ad-
vertising purposes only.
Would You Like to
Buy Some Cattle?
Come in and talk it over with us. We have
always assisted the farmer who conic care
for cattle and was worthy to get a bunch.
We can do the same for you and will gladly assist any of our
friends to secure cattle according to their ability. Call and
talk with us about your wants, we shall be glad to assist and
advise with you.
4 Per Cent and 5 Per Cent On Time
a A. F. PARKER,
A. J. LIPSCOMB, Cashier J.W,
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Guthrie, B. F. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 15, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, April 23, 1915, newspaper, April 23, 1915; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253801/m1/4/: accessed March 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.