The Hereford Brand, Vol. 22, No. 45, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 27, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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The Hereford Brand CHURCH BUILT BY ONE MAN
TUBSDAYS AND FMIDAYS
B. Holman Walter ft.
Balaaa a fttckan
utter at Um
it Hertford, Tnu,
i Act at Marqb S, 1879.
lint tranter of tte paper
SS, ltOl. m Tte Btnttrt Baport-
ar (wasMjr): ant Boater of Tte
Bmd (arsakly) teraad Marc* 21.1B0S;
flrat mter of Tht Brand (ml-
If) Isaaad Ma/ 3, 19U.
will aw up la prtrr far
ty iwrwrf « A wy e J*y.Ma> tte#
It I* • miniate to tengta ttet tte iiirti'iij n^glhf at #te
hlllMll« la>ti« dM wilt take c w id .Lm, tfe Thini rfelhitMl
she -iiortaae < f law ttet «wmm> to a* foik* ami r of tte imraate uf tte
*• h n-Kutt of iHiiMlag atagnatkm Aw- •■ tuiuimliv gather**! and pia.v«d gaaawi
>mr the war. It will tote * wat year- ,M, lmmn mmf UlPr and
< f *'•■ <•> work to iitrri Mi the atert- r,^ wrrv erve«l Aikl cmua and
age and ke | par* with the Mail r«k * g<dug dlr*«rti> ii> «>ar lMMrhw,
iiH-riiar lii population. ,, , „ „ „
_ Mr. him I lira. Raj Hrndwt war* call-
iuir on Marshall liuimifu family la t
U. T Kimamna and 1* t .alley ww
in Amarillu taut Friday transacting
l H iw*i in tte latrwwt of Ihr Hweftwd
ft'lirat iimt«n Amociatlon. they lav-
iug kw# i4Minl Hnwurj and Intend-
detit n«|ariiri>l; u( tlie Herefom local
' Tin- hoy* hail h lot of fun aud a
lively game of Imil lam Sit t unlay eve-
ning ou tbe Um'hI ball Ml in Mr. Her
morning train frmu Oklahoma City. ^>'> paature.
where «he vl it«l her ao<d uncle, Mr. our folk* art* trying out a new i ?i
Joel lloback. Mhc liax la«n upending second hand organ for iim> in our
the winter with her *on* at Ft. Worth >«-liool and Sunday School
and Dalla* i
Clyde HolierMtn juid family ami Mra.1 Soturday afternoon a cowboy ««<
V A l.aughlin. mother of Mm. Ilober riding Hie range of tin- Matailor ranch
miii expert to gi> to florin Saturday and on the north side of the t'anailiau
Sunday to vinil relative- nnd enjo.v the Kiver just acr<m the state line in N'ow
l>lc platform *iuging <-oriventlou |Me*hi ami found the body of a dead
ltr Frank MeMiiin tilled hi* regular lu"" ,,u" **" u**",v wwerad in tte,
appointuieut at Krlo Sunday ami he within ahont Sfty yard* of Halloa
anil hi* wife enjoyed the birthday mir-,
prize dinner at youug Mr. Sullivan'*.
celebrating Mr*. Sullivan* hlrthday. ■ '"'dy of lM«r (irifflth. age ■15, and a
j prominent rancher of Nan Visa. X.
.lack MeBronn, Inwrle mtd Marrin. \j,.x The man had l>een dead for mac
iitiendeil i'hnreh at Frio Hunday night. i nn<| rtf the mdy
gone From nil appearance It
aaar Xara Via*. X. Mag..
11 ttCt wef
mrr* log a niaMr tern*
hantlag partW trtei
Jadge 1. H.
Jo* u Hallhurtoa of Vega wan caBai
to tki* plare to hold an lanaeet.—Vega
Truek patiiie* are being
men.i of the I.V>.(Ha (die
worker* of WIUke^-Harre,
la. t'al^aie. ami pulaUie* are tte Bit*
(Continued from page X).
Spring* He rode U> notify other* and
'on inevHtfgatlnn foiiml that It wax the
It In gettina ii little dry now and
vetting pretty welt
«o we llo|ie tn -set
It ia aul that tlio wonderful cathedral* of l-.urope were construcifd
hv th' tavmen :ind tlcille-! workers of the < hnrch. L. I). Cornuelle. formerly
M v- inunnan man, hnil: thi« elaborate cdificr kinglr-handed. hllmg thr
role of architect, nuson and carpenter He worked irom a pencil aketrli
only and hniahed the work its a year and citfht montli« The rhurrli
atand* at Sierra NUdrc. California, and ncatles in tiic foothilU back ot
the iiitSc to a ii.
J li N'tn* i remodeling Ida tore
iniildlng hy letting the root down au i>
four or *ix feet. It add to the looks if
the Inillding ami will lie more rommod-
Ious he >4ay«.
.1 It MeMinu i in*talllng a hfgh
tank HiIm w «ek
Miiw Kllen Atehley waa the diuaer
gu *i i at the home of (ieorge Htarey
Sunday and they all motored to Kelly
(!rev Mciioolh< u«e for preaehhlng Sun-
had «hot himaelf in the head
*ome|H"h a xhotgun. Identification* were
made hy tlie <teera>ied' htotber as to
'hi* elothing. a ring, ami a *hotgun,
whleh were all at till* pU«'t\ Mr.
(irifflth dluapp>>ured from hi* ranch
Nice 5 room residence,
good location, frail and
shade trees. Price $$•
500. Will trade for
cows, calves, or yearling
steers, if cattle priced
i. H. Pitman
Bo aabacrlptloaa accaptad for laaa than
ALL SUBSCRIPTION'S STRICTLY IN
Tte following candldataa authorise
aa to aaaooan tliaai for tte ofTlce on-
dar whteb tter an liatad. aubjact to tte
aetloo of tte Democratic Primary:
Far Caanty Judge:
W. M. Megert
W. K. Hameron
inuelunion. Hul a till in price* now prnductloti. and of couriM- the victim
would react unfavorably, and no the will tie the good old put lent puhli.c if
it rent captain* of the induatry grit the |H>ople only reallwil how much
l llielr t«>eth and await "der tag." Thone their (MN-kct liook- arc .*trip|a*4l liecaune
who*e htiniiK-MN il U to watch Imlu.H- they tail to Interest themiadrea In auy
trial luovement* pre«lict thnt July will thing that doe* not *trike immediately
1 w the end of the eoal conflict. By Into the home, we might dm> a revival
thai lime ttie ininera are likely to have of community activity and a unification
^eachi-d lb" breaking |mint of eudtir* of public opinion that would result in
ance. and it In then the public may ex- more harmoniou* condition*. Kvery
'pact to read In thnae ncwnjaiper* whole day the coal strike «|iilte Ignored hy
publlKher* are the constant and willing the public -I* placing a heavier tuort-
vietim* of the industrial pres* agent*, gage on the individual citiaen*. who
the ae<-epte<l pro|tagaudii preparing the mi ill poaae* her day* of life aerenely
piddle mind for a raid ou the junket Mml unmindful t f (he fact the she is
book. Both coal and sti'el will advance continuously caught tietween the nether
In price utile*)* the unforseen taken mllUtone*. The Lord help* tbono who
Place, and there i« likiiy to la- a race'help thein elve*. and couapquently gocsl
rare I* taken of the coal and steel
do To fhurdt Sunday
and Tte CaBntar:
C. R. Smith
C. 8. Parcel I
W. W. Bennett
J. H. Daniel
C. K. Lester
Par Dlrtrttl aad Caunty Clark:
A. L. (Lee) Biggs
'for the first Idd. with the chance* In
favor of tlie *ieel men Certainly some-
one tnnvt pay the co*t of stopiwgc of
JACKS COOGAN STUDIES
THE THREE R's
J. J. (or Unde Joe i Ward
Par Caaiaiiwdoner Preeinrt No. 3:
J. X. Me**eng< r
Pt'RLIC PAVH THK PRM'E OF
Tbe steel kings arc caution*. lm*i-
neaa-like. and deeply intcresteil in
payriu>-analy*U They always .study
tlio mental reaction of the jieoplc.
The price of steel depend* large! on
fuel condition*, hut the *tee! men know-
that de*jdte the coal -trike the present
la not a propltiou* moment to ask for
more money Kventually. of cotirse.
tbe coal atrlke will rivuiit in an advati'v
In steel prices. Tliat i* a foregone
TIMK TO HI ILD YOl B HOMR
It tigiire* talk at all. tlie.v are now
shoiitiiig to those who contemplate
inillding home* to get hu*y and let
their I'ontracis. Moreover, they tell the
*ame story in every *fate in the union.
An examination of thf figures Just
completed by the I'lllted Stall's l>epart
iiM'til of l.almr dlsehnies that tin* coat of
building is now 'Jo (H icent tielow tnsn.
and every indication Is that from this
time on any change Is more likely to
lie upward than downward.
i • i'eni volume* of money have been
re lea * il for building pur|Mwe*. a* fore-
ca*t some month* ago iu this new-paper
The result i* buildiug activity la found
in all sis-lion* of the t'nited States.
The price uf material* ha* taken a
considerable tumble, and while wage*
remain high, nevcrthelem. the read-
iusiment lias la>« n downwartl rather
rhuii upward. Knihti* agree that pric
cs Ixith fi>r material and !«l or. never
nil! leach the pre-war .standard, and
Mith the increasing activity, latior i-er
t:iiui> will hold it* own anil material
When you truat your
battery to a service station
that has nothing more than
convenience to recommend
it you're taking a chance.
When you bring it into
Battery Headquarten you
know it will have the best
care and attention anybody
in the business knows how
■very detail of tbe aarvice we
give tea been carefully woaked
out by men who moke a bualaaaa
of determining how battery
usera may beat be served. Youll
find the Wlllard Staadarda of
Service on our wall aa a declara-
tion of our policies.
To The Public: —
As the weather i geltiug warm, and hog:
shrink hadly if I hold them a few days, I have ae-
cided to pay 25c per 100 lbs. premium on Cali-
fornia hops, if you will bring them in Wednesday
so I can ship them Thursday morning. Remem-
l er to bring them Wednesday.
Bring in your hog
ning. T s
not later than Wednesday eve*
hip every Thursday.
G. W. Brumley
After charming millions of movie
lovers by Ins clever depicting of
"kid" part*, Jackie Coogan is hard
at worl studying readin'. ritin' an*
Vithmetir. Hia private tutor, a
former Lo Angclea achool teacher,
says it is a delight to tcach Jackie
because he is bright and very arabi*
tious to learn.
Swelter in the heat
you ran buy
Herelord ligkt & Power Company
For a limited time only we are giving absolute-
ly free with each regular Vacuum Cop Tire
ONE "TON TESTED" TUBE
of corresponding size
The extra thickness of the Vacuum Cup
Tread plus the extra plies of highest quality
fabric and the good-measure tread of hundreds
of sturdy, nonskid Vacuum Cups, make Vacu-
um Cup Tires, at prevailing prices, the biggest
value on the market.
Come in and get a copy of the latest price
schedule—you will be agreeably surprised.
Get your season V tire equipment today and a
free tube with every tire purchased.
W. C Fallwell Filling Station
How the Bank Serves
1 he Bank is the nterrhaut's right-hand assistant
because it facilitates his commercial transactions
and stamps him as a reliable man to deal with.
Wholesale business houses dealing with the local
merchant have full confidence in him if he is
known to the bank.
The merchant sells for cash, and deposits his
daily receipts in the bank's burglar-proof vaaka.
The merchant buys on credit established by his
bank account or borrows from the bank when he
needs financial assistance.
The Bank is the Merchants friend. If you
haven't an account with us we shall be pleased to
tell vou more about our Service,
First State Bank & Trust Co.
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The Hereford Brand, Vol. 22, No. 45, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 27, 1922, newspaper, June 27, 1922; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254209/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.