The Hereford Brand, Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1915 Page: 4 of 32
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Thi Hertford Brtad, Friday
they have land here
to keep posted on condi-
Mm tare. To all these the Brand
Is tvyfaf to be fair aod ksaest and
tke facts as tkey «sist,
Notice is hereby fives that so the
5th day of October, 1915, between
the hours of tea o'clock a. m and
four o'clock p m., I, George Piod-
lay. Trustee, shall proceed to sell
st public outcry in troot of the court
souse door of Deaf Smith county,
in Hereford, Teaas, to the highest
bidder for cash, the folloaiag des-
cribed property situstsd ia Deaf
Smith county, Teass, to-wit:
TOMI1KI101IT8 | One hundred sad sixty (160)
Hi (read hss s very large list! acres of Ised out of Capitol League
of asa-rosMeat readers who take the number 4JO and particularly describ-
ed as the Southeast one-quarter (S.
E. i) of survey or section number
five (5), township numbsr (2), north
oi range three (J), eost of a "Capi-
tol Syndicats Subdivision" ss shown
by plat of such subdivision of record
in the deed reeords of said county
of Dsaf Smith in the State of Teaas,
volusse 19, pages 23-31. Patsnted
to Abner Taylor. Locstsd about 22
miles west of Hereford.
Said sale is to be asade at the re-
quest of The Capitol Prsehold Land
aad Investment Company, Limited
the present holder of the notes here
inafter mentioned, and by virtue of
the authority conferred upon me by
the terms of a deed of trust executed
by C. E. Wiikins, dated 25th day of
August, 1909, and recorded in Vol.
15 page 287 of the deed of trust re-
cords of Deaf Smith county, Tex<is,
whereby the said C. E Wilkms con-
veyed to me, as, Truster, the above
land neld in big pastures. Much of j described property, for the purpose
it belongs to non-resident people, j of securing the payment of certain
The increase in price in these lands | notes executed by the said C E
is going to be slow. It is the im- Wiikins particularly described in the
Second hand Sewing Machines in
good repair t5 to 10 K. S. Black Co I
Big Bens sad Baby Bens at tbs
Dr. Wolcott. Oculist
Eye, ear, nose, throat, catarrh,
oyoright tested. glasses fitted, Ama*
rillo, Tesas. 26-8tp
Slat* af Ohio. i*lw of ToMs. I „
Ijhu County I
Frank J. Cliowy w^«i oath Um h* la
•entor partner of ih- linn of N CM«>
a Co. doing buainMa In lh City oT To.
tfl« Count* and Slat* aforwaaM. and
thai aald Arm will pav ttn sum or ONE
Ht'N'r>RK!> noi.l.ARS for *a>'h and av-
-ry raa or catarrh thai enniwt b r«r«l
by th# ua* oT HAI.f.'S CATARRH Ct'RE.
PRANK J CHBNKT
Stmrn to bafora ma and auha. rlH l in
niv ^rwyt. thla *th day of Dvamt
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST—Log Caaia. R. G. Sish. it
Doa't say drug store say Conor
Drug Stars. IK
Hall'* Catarrh Cur* la taken Internally
and ii !■ dlrwtlv upon the Wood and mu-
muR aurfaraa of th* ayatam Sand for
P CHKNPT # CO . Tolata. ft
Bold by all RruasMa. TV
Tab* Malt a Faaliy
LOST— Betwesa the McGhso Photo
Gallery aad town, lady's black
skirt, was in boa. Mrs. O. G. Hill.
We are new here, but we have
faith hi the futars of this ooua-
try as a stock farmiag proposition
aad ia tke skallow water belt as an
iatsnsivs farming proposition. The
asaa wk) will come here and ssttls
improvs it aad stock it
cattls will nat only mahe
good but will see his land double
aad treble. However, for the non-
resident land owner, who does not
expect to settle here, our advice is
to sell your land to a homeseeker.
Tour land will increase in value as
the years go, but not fast enough to
justify the idle money tied up in it.
There are large areas of unsettled
proved farms that are going to at-
tract settlers, near settled commu-
said deed of trust, aod the proceeds
thereof will be applied to the pay
eities where there are churches and ment of the the balance due upon
schools. These cannot come while I laidindebtnesi, the expense of mak-
the land is held by non-resident ing said sale, and the remainder, if
owners. So if you own land here | ®"y, paid to the said C.
sell when the opportunity offers as
the money will make you more than
your land will, if properly invested
in good income property or loaned
out. What this country needs and
the only thing it needs to make it
one of the most attractive places in
ths United States is people. Either
sell your Isnd or come and improve
it. If you come and already own
your land you will nuke good.
This is honest advice from a close
study of couuitions. Let's have
people: we need them and thoy need
hoaies on this rich fertile land,
where sunshine snd water has been
Invoked by the hand of the Creator
as in few other plsces.
or his order, all in accordance with
the terms of said deed of trust.
Witness my hand this the 7th day
of Sebtember, A. 0. 1915.
We take pupils from 5 to 7 years
of age aod prepare them for the first
or secod grade in the Public School.
Located block north of Public
School. 32 it
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his writings on subjects which are !
purely matters of opinion.
Suppose for instance that you and I
we do not play whist. Our friends |
do. We like and admire them. |
They have many excellent traits of!
character—infinitely more, perhaps, I
than we have. They do much good,
not just in our way—perhaps in a
beitfr. We feel honored by their
presence at our own social affairs
and in our homes. Then why draw
the line on mentioning the fact that
they play whist!
If the line should be drawn there
is, evidently, s mpre fitting place.
of business will
date from the day
you open a bank
account with us..
first Hfitioitfli ttanlt
& a POSKY. CNMar
MWOUiUm Jaaaary I-14.S laakaa.
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Write for Information
Eaklc Building, Comer Polk and Sixih Streets
A Dairy business that will com-
pare favorably with any of a like
order in any of our larger cities is
the dairv business owned and man-
aged by Mr. A. B. Schultz of
Hereford. Mr. Schultz is an old
experienced man in this line and is
able to produce the pure product.
He supplies most of our city with
milk, etc. He milks daily about
twenty-two cows. He has been
in this business for the last five
years and his business is constant-
ly increasing. He is a great be^
lievcr in this country's future and
is anxious to see more settlers here
Acct. Hale Co. Pair
Plainviow, Tea., Sept.
14-17. Wo will hsve
on sale Sept. 13-14-15
and 16 tickets to Rain-
view at rate of fare
and one third for the
round trip. Final re-
turn limit Sept. 18.
Acct. Lubbock County
Pair Lubbock, Tears,
Sept. 27*29. We will
have on sale Sept. 26,
27,28 tickets to Lub-
bock at rate of fare
and one third for the
round trip, final return
limit Oct. 1st
Acct Curry County
Fair, Clovis, N. M.,
Get 5-6. We will have
on sale Oct. 4-5 tickets
to Clovis at rate of
fare and one third for
the round trip. Final
retuln limit Oct. 7th.
One of the best equipped
Laundries in Texas—the
one here in Hereford. AH
the machinery is of the
latest patent and the best
that can be bought There
is no better plant in the
big cities. This plant
employs lots of help: their
money is spent here. Patronize
this institution and build up your
own town. This ia a growing inatitution Mid ia
located in a growing town in a growing country.
If anything is not satisfactory It
will be done over or money returned on
request. WORK GUARANTEED
H. L BROADWELL, Prop.
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Guthrie, B. F. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1915, newspaper, September 10, 1915; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253821/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.