The Hereford Brand, Vol. 20, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920 Page: 3 of 16
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B. D. Woodlee
Qm following CMtro County candl-
HlH authorise as to imwimt tbem
tfr the offteo under which they are
■abject to the action of the
to wtotiHilly la this
ralftlnaahlp, It la obvioue that a given
economically tor rteo than tor potatoes. I compel the farmer to top
Tbe eetlmated production of rice ia tbe cows ahould keep the tanaar.
thla couutry for the past year waa With thear charge* tn mind aad with
4l.tMMI.WI0 huaheia, an increase of aaar bta eyes on tit* international aituatlaau
ly .VMMMNO om IMS. WfcUa some m thla fanner suggMta that the scrub MB
port boalneaa In rlee baa hegua to do- be known baraafter aa tbe
velop tbe supplies tor daaMaUe na- i
sumption are "Mattered sufficient to when planning to build a farm I
meet a growing iteaaad. my specialists of tbe I'nited Stataa Da-
partment of Agriruiure,
tloa near good treea,
From a fanner In Wisconsin come* a ,,h*d* ha used sad eajc^ed bf *
new word for uae la tbe "Ratter Sires-
lletter 8t.*h campaign now being car
rW <m by tbe Tailed Htatea Depart-
ment of Agriculture la cooperation with
State and local agenrles. Ha appttea
a new title to the reactioitarVea of ho-
vinc Mortety. and rltea tbe taduhttable
family wetj day durlag tbe
It take* an long to gn
existing onea should ha
utlllaed to tbe fullaat extent.
H J LEAKE AND ORCHESTRAL ENTERTAIN EES
Big Chautauqua Favoritoa. A UniqurCorapany of Varantiia Artuu.
B. D. Woodlee
O. H. Raevea
fanner* of Castro County have
quite a change In eounten-
ainee last writing, all on account
«t Om rain, which appaara to ha
and an enjoyable time.
The children of Kate and < 'harite
Walaer came near having a very seri-
ous accident one day last week while
driving homo from school. Zelia own*
a Shetland pony and cart and tbe three
children drive to school. They ran
over a bump or something in tbe road
suddenly and the little boy. Guy. lurch-
ed sideways against Zella, throwing
BOOKS MONO MO
TO SOUNE 0 SICK
An average of about two tnchea ! her out. Thla frightened the pony.
Ml and will save tbe wheat crop,
fki picnic at the Dlmmitt Ward
waa a decided success, aa waa
Qm program rendered. Miss Stacy
■uter waa the very efficient teacher
at that place thla year and la to be
for her work.
Fern Burton, one of Castro
who had tbe flu while at tbe
Oanyon Normal, 1a still very low. She
baa been sick since last January.
Harvey Cash and family left Tburs-
ca using tbe runaway. The little girl,
however, stayed in holding tight to tbe I
lines until tbe pony was * topped. Zella
suffered an ugly gaah cnt across her
forehead and wa« otherwise badly
bruised, but no bones were broken. i
Bluford McMinn bad bis hand badly!
mangled one day last week while work-j
ing on a windmill. Tbe pulleys slipped ■
catching his hand, severing tbe little!
finger completely and breaking several!
bones in tbe hand.
Servei Ten Thousand Men
in Nation's Hospitals.
Patrol Alaska Wa
A Washington telegram seys the
navy de|*rtiMcnt haa promt***! Govern
or Tboutao itlggs. ir. of Alaska, that
* two anfe-turners and one Ragle boat will
ho atari.-mil tn Alaska waters during
the summer to patrol the Ashing waters
Association aBd l,,r*' r
day for El Paso to visit Mr. and Sirs, j aml Mrs Fraak Spark* snd Mr. |
B. T. Bell. They made the trip in tbelr i J- w- Sparks were pleasant callers at \
J. W. Ilanlan's Saturday evening.
Mrs. Hawkins, mother of Mrs. J ease
_ , . .. , McMinn, left Tuesday for Rowling
JNlLTurner. Theladlesspent the «n- Gm,n M() and from thf>ro , thw.
Ore day making clothes for Buckner a J wJth her ^ ^ (Uughu,rinl<lw
Ladlea' Aid met Thursday with Mrs.
Bar. Lindley preached to
■nail congregation Sunday morning.
^be Dlmmitt Chautauqua will com-
awnco May 30th and continue until
June 3. From the programs we are led
Substitute Kir* far Caatly Fetal ass
That the um> of rice for potatoaa. a
| substitution already made by many
thrifty hoiiwwlvea. could he even mora
RESULTS widely adopted with profit, la a sugges
OIKOUI. a. j t^ of tlM> ,.n|ted x^rtwni
of Agrt< ulure. prompted by the present
high prl<-e« of potatoes. The depart- j
meat's food specialists point out that
| potatoes are approximately four fifths
water and one-fifth food material,1
i whereas iu rl«-e, aa well as tn moat
i other grain*. the proportions are prac-
.. , . ... tlcally reversed t'mler normal wn-1
Hospital library service maintained rtl4> pr|,^, of them. tw<) ri)ta. |
by tbe American Library AamM*iatlon ! modttI*-* usually are such aa to aome
during the war was credited with great where nearly equalise the two from the
value In aiding in tbe recovery of many standpoint of fiHMl « o«t
sick aniLdlsabled tueti. ftec«>n!lv. however, potatoea have
There are Htlll iu our hoapftals more "old from #I to <1 .*M |a>r pe<>k. which
than 10.000 former service men. Of i menus als.ut 7 to hi cents a pound.
Warba an Veeatlonai Training Circu-
lated Among Man Who Muat Take
Up New Callings fi sea was af
will go to 8t. Louis, where her young-i theae nearly S0II0 nre In Public Health wlw,rea rt.v lias retailed at 1ft to 17
! est daughter graduates on May 2H from Service hospitals the remainder ln pound. Ho long aa tbe price of
the Baptist Mission Training hoo! olvllllin h^puals.' Books, n.ngailnes
1 helms '*«nee and her '"ous'n. Myrtle an<j newspapers are sent to th«u« tueu j
Lance, of ChlUk-otbe visited Saturday! frora ,he American Library Assocla
ami Sliin/la t In t lia hnmau (,Kualln . ...
Decoration Day—May 30—is
a oarrrd Holiday occauos when
every man detim to look hid
There ia time enough left to
fit yooraeif out with one of om
tasty, tactful summer euita that
FIT, and WEAR and—one of
those kind of auita that yon
hate to give np when it DOES
wear out—if you DO IT NOW!
Don't Delay—Call Today
G P. Ringer's Tailor Shop
and Htinday in the homes of Charlie
to believe that the Chautauqua will be ami Fate Walaer.
anusually good this year. I Mr. and Mrs. Dee Owen visited one
I tlon. In the larger hospltsls, contain
; ing over 300 patlenta, special librarians
are placed. To tbe smaller hospitals.
Mr. and Mra. Calvin Bell are viait- aftenioon last week with Mr. and Mrs. through the cooperation of many pub-
g old friends in Dlmmitt this week. J- Haulan. j uc libraries, library visitors are sent
Quite a number from here attended Mr"- StoreJr uni1 Maymie and; to visit the wards once or twice a week 1
funeral of Wilber Renfro in Here- ^r*" '/OU'e Huckert attended the fun- j a()(j it «rn the book needs of the pa-
Cord Sunday afternoon. Those wbo
took part tn the Military funeral were:
Art Patton, Edgar Ramey, Bryan Mc-
Donald, Frank Hyatt and Morris Kim-
Ball road Is the popular topic of con-
versation tn Dlmmitt this week. The
inaaon for thla Is tbe fact that Tuesday
a promoter from tbe North was In
town acquiring information concerning
right of way, bonus, etc. His proposed
road is to extend from Mangum, Okla.
to aome point In New Mexico, possibly
CBovls. The people here stand ready
to do the right thing about this, for
the only drawback to Dlmmitt and
Castro is the lack of a railroad.
Mlas Mary Hardin ,of Muleshoe, ia
visiting Miss Gettye Lovelace this
The Dlmmitt Chautauqua begins on j t
Sunday, May 30, and lasts through
June 3. The entertainment Is put on
by tbe Cadmean Chautauqua* Com-
pany. The program is as follows:
First afternoon—Novelty Musical Pro-
gram by the Thos. J. Keilam Company ;
evening. Songs from Dixie by the same
Company and a lecture on the Powdbll-
Ities of Life by Geo. L. Barker. Second
day —afternoon. Mimic, Mirth ami
Mimicry by l.'ncle Sam's Nieces; ere-
eral in Hereford last Friday of the lit-
tle babe of Mr. and Mrs. I^m Sawyer.
Some of our farmers hare commenc-
ed planting this week.
Percy Estes had a horse badly cut on 1
the wire oue morning receutiy. He
and Glen Greer were driving cattle
cattle when in some manner the horse
ran into a wire severing an artery.
Everyone is weariug a Km lie since our
rain Saturday morning. For several
days during the past week the cloutls
gathered and showers fell in places
amounting to enough to put a good!
season in the ground, while In other
places neartyby only a alight sprinkle
fell. In some parts of Oa*tro county,
they had a two inch rain the latter
part of last week and had Iwgun plant-
ing. Since Saturday night last not a
single dry spot is reported ami the rain
seems to have been evenly distributed
throughout this district. There was
suffclent to make the farming start in
Will Storey arrived last Tuesday
from Enid, Oklahoma, where he spent
a few days with his father. He pur-
A special effort Is made to supply to
ex-service men in hospital* the hooka
In demand as a result of the training
given toy the Federal Board for Voca- ;
Mere Booka for Blind.
The A L. A., In cooperation with
other agencies already Interested In
work for the blind. Is printing booka
In the new Braille type. Becaus* of
the newness of the revised Braille
adopted for teaching to the American
war blind, literature printed In It Is
limited to fewer than 200 hooks.
Though the totsl number of blinded
soldiers Is small, their need of books
la great, and the "magic of print" can
do much to restore hope and useful-
ness to them.
Not only for former service men who i
are sick or dl«ahlrd ia the ass4>clatlon
worklmc The value of books proved
so great'to men In camps that efforts
are still being made to connect dis-
charged soldiers snd Bailors with libra-
ries wherever they may be. Hundreds
of letters have reached A. L. A head-
About three dm. full blood young
Barred itock Hens
One good Saddle Mare and Saddle
One < 'ole's
Hot Blast High
On* Sanitary Cot
Elevated Tank Tower
These articles are all priccd to sell
See or Phone
ALSX. M. kns1h
Care C. B. Barber,
chased a new Bulck car while there* quarters from former service men teil-
and drove It home. Mr. Storey report-
ed ull wheat as looking fine enroute. ■
They had rain up that way some two
Mrs. .lease McMinn has lieen enjoying
a visit from her sister and brother In-'
. , . .. . . . .. law. Mr. and Mr* A. W. Luper, who
nlng. Kinks and Quirks by tbe same or- ^ Mav ^ x„inK lo >Wh,.rn
Brazil as Missionaries. Mr. Luper is a
graduate of a Theological foil ego and
Mrs. Luper. a graduate from the train
ing school in Dallas.
Mlsa Myrtle Lance, of Chillicothe,
^ „ „ , Texas, is visiting here in the home of
^. Fourth dsy -af ernoon Music and , ( awl otb,r ^
Beadings, by the Chicago Entertainers (ivw| 1
and a lecturette. "Our Good Bad Boys,"
by Edgar S. Kind ley; evening, l'opti-
tnr Concert and Entertainment by the ■ ^ . . ... . _ .. .
Chicago Entertainers and an Addn a.«T™**' Ul*ht ",,d "?P°rt ,l
-Tour Begardleea," by Edgar S. Kind- j Mr HnW)ert> of Am.rillo, ha(] (linner
ganiaation, and an Address entitled.
"Tales From the Hills ' by Samuel Jus-
tin Sparks. Third day—afternoon.
Musical Matinee Extravaganza by the |
Ken 11 worth Players; evening, "Taming|
of tbe Shrew" by the Kenilworth Play-
Most of our young people nttended
the Senior Class play in Hereford
toy. Fifth day—afternoon, Inatrument-
al and Vocal Concert by Ricketts Jaaa
Band; evening. Up-to-the-minute Joy
Peatival, by tbe Band, and a Hilarious
musical farewell to tbe Chautauqua.
The program ia varied and pleasing
aad prospects are for a fine attendance.
Frank McMinn returned from Austin
Monday night where be had been at-
tending the State track ascot, going aa
one of the represents 11vee of tbe Here-
ford High School. He reports the
Hereford boys returning without any
additional laurels, but with a tot of
knowledge gained by obeerration.
Frank met with an accident the ngibt
of the Heater Claaa play la Hereford,
a alight tail which cracked one of his
ribs. Tbe Injury seemed so slight be
paid little attention to It In fart, did
net sniffer any Inconvenience from It to
of until ha waa wall oa hla way
and spent a few hours between trains
in tbe S. J. Bice home on Thursday of
Mrs. Will Storey spent tbe day with
Mrs. J. W. Haalan Monday.
Friends and relatives of Bluford Mc-
Minn met at bis borne Sunday and gave
him a surprise in tbe way of a birth-
I&0 of the lack of library facilltlea In
particular localities to which thoae
men have returned
Direct Service Provided.
In njnny canes there Is s «t*te libra-
ry commission or s m-arhy library to
which a man <-an he referred for the
book* he needs, hut If there ia no such
organization through which he c m he
served, book* for almost nny *er!ou*
purpose may tie borrowed diree'ly
from the A. L. A. War Service, 34 West
Thirty ninth street New York city.
The only expense in connection with
these loans Is prepayment of return
postage on hooks borrowed.
The A. L. A. has published lists of
books to help ex-service men who sre
studying to advance themseives in
their work "Five Hundred Mustrieaa
Books," "One Thousand Technical
Booka" and reading courses on prac-
tical subjects sre now in preparation.
Other Work Being Done.
Other branehea of work which tbe
A. L A. War Service Is carrying on In
elude aervire to the Merchant Marine.
Coast Guard snd lighthouses service
to Industrial communities which are
Hereford f/odge No. 840,
A. F. A A. M. Stated
meetings, Saturday on
or before full tnooo of
W. M RAY, W M.
J. S. JONES, Sec.
Hereford Chapter 24*. It A. M Re-
gular meetings, first Monday of «ach
A. O. THOMPSON. H P
J. S. JONES. Recorder
WOODMAN OF THE WORLD
Meets first Saturday night in each
month in the I. O 0. F hall. Visit
ing Brothers always welcome
Troy Womble, Consul Command
nr. W. W. Bennett, Clerk
KK< tTHKRHOOf > OF AMKRI
CAN YORMKN. Business meet
inir* first an<l third Thursday
nigh's in r&ch month Social
me'tinga, second an-! fourth
Thursday nights. Visitors snd
Archers always welcome
W F. OKU Foreman.
<'. H. Mcfihce f'orregpondent
Our Shoe Department
m complete as to style, varieties, price.
We pvr you honest values, perfect, comfortable
fit, every advantage that the best shoe service has
Nowadays %htte service is an important one and
to sur«* of deftetuliUnlity in your fiw tw« ar, 'twill
pay you to trade here.
flushes Ci Lrouchj
^ mot k'oht nt viahf . " f? / 6 h t w
p*cne 37 hrrfran ;y Tfxas
day dinner. A most enjoyable day waa reeoltant from the war, service to Cnit-
spent socially And in a general way
rejoicing over tbe rain of Saturday
Tbe Baptiat Ladle*' Aid met last
Wednesday at tbe home of Mm. Ki
Lawrence, ia an all day meeting for
tbe purpose of sewing for tbe children
of the Bnekner Orphans' Home at
Goodnight. A letter received from tbe
superintendent of thla institution states bookr"** botes, each containing about
that donations In tbe way of clothing ® book" ,,br"r** Br* «
for the oMk girls and Itttlo boys are ' K'ne^l porta. Booka
ao much less than tor tbe other cbll- j?
dren. Ha especially amntiona tbe need I statlona, la llgbtbouaaa and ,
of clothing for girls from thirteen to °®
fifteen years of age. The Bmamarfleld1 j
aoclety will tnko op the work in this should donate for tbe support of the
ed States forces overseas This work
Is carried on with money received from
the Cnlted Wsr Work funds, the use
of which Is limited by the conditions
of tbe gift to these specific purposes.
The service of the Merchsnt Marin*
department provides free library net-v-
ie* to seamen on American merchant
shlpa la th« form of "crews' libraries,"*
w and do what they can to al
this condition. Tbsir next
wiU be at the borne of Mm
McMinn. Everyone who can
orphans. Tbe Bockner Homo now
seven hundred children.
flood PrtntiBf al Tha
ore reatl by the people because it Rives them news
of ahsorhinK interest. People no longer go looking
a/tout for things they want- they go to their news-
paper for information ns to where such things may
fpe found. This metfutd saves time and trouble. If
you want to bring your wares to the attention of
this community, our advertising columns
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The Hereford Brand, Vol. 20, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920, newspaper, May 13, 1920; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254051/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.