The Hereford Brand, Vol. 22, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 30, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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Iirrtlr N«mU wMt to Dawn
fluty of Whit* <Twl* Hon*/.
W. C. fallwrH nil lag Ktalloo.
Mm L 1. Oerton arrlrrd
Hew lag Marklon for cash
E. R Black Co.
Mine Marjr Um Uotorm returael
PrMajr from Toll*.
•V of Swiff*
to Jhm *
Brnre Mc-f*en of fHmmltt wm in
thte dtr Friday taorolag.
Booator weak, brims tbem la. Or per
lb.. «o July a (Mdra Rule Prodntt,
1 H. Hawk to*. Mr
Ooo. Wa«bkn«ki toft Hereford Friday
BMtraiag for Hi. I'anl. Mina.
G- W. Turner. < f Frfooa. w * in thin
Ctty oa ImaineiM Wedneadajr.
Henrjr Hnbberu of AoiaHlio, was la
this city Wodueaday oa bosioeas.
Truman Hioee reached Hereford
Friday aornlnc from a tnmlneaa trip
Lateat Victor Phonograph Records at
oor place. K. B. Black Go.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Webb left Here-
ted for their hoae ta nearer Than*
MIm Xttls Wood and her sister, Mrs.
Murine, arrlred home Friday moraine
Mrs. Bex Tyaes and three children
reached home Friday morning from
D. L. Batter find J. H. Wythe fcrft
Hereford Thursday morniac for Hot
8p«ing . N. Mez.
Booster week, bring them In. «c per
lb., to July 8. Golden Rule I'fMnce.
H. H. Hawkins. Mgr.
Mrs. 8. B. Ifldwarda reached Here-
ford Thursday morning from her home
In Kansas City.
Another ear of fHrlftfe Tankage,
IBM per ten. Jones A McLean.
Mr*. Cieo. Htswr and little son ar-
rival In Hereford from Ainnrlilo Wed-
l'lenty of White florin Honey.
W. C. FallweH Filling Station.
Mr*. (hto. Hosim'r and little son.
Duffy, returned to their home in Ar-
teelft Friday morning.
IIIsa Mabel Miles left Hereford Fri-
day morning for Lo* Angele*. where
she will visit her aUter.
Miss Corrlne IJttrell. of Sturgeon.
Mo., arrired in Hereford Friday and
Is visiting In the home of Mr. and Mm.
Mra. <\ K. McLean left Hereford Frt-
day mornliiR for Tnylorrlllo, III. Mm.
Mcl<enn will vlxlt her l tw, Mr*. H.
Some lK>i(iitiful living room furniture
going at Hpcclal prices. Come nnd see.
E. It. Black Co.
Free invitation to all roosters Is ex-
tended to our Poultry house all next
week. We pay <tc. tlolden Rule Pro-
duce. H. H. Hawkins. M«r.
Mrs. H. 11. tlnlsell and children
reached I ionic Sunday tnurnlnff from a
visit with relative* ami friends in
Ramsey l,andriiiu i vl-.lt Iiik in Here-
ford this w«H>k. Kaiuscy is iu«kli r his
home In Amarlllo. usslstins his father
In nursery work.
Miss Jessie Mitchell, of <'an.von. j
spent the vyeek cimI with her friend.
Miss Iva WIHlanis. Ml« Mitchell Is a j
student in the normal.
You will lie snrpris«sl to see how
cheap we will sell you a hill of Furni-
ture. K. It. Black Co. j
Miss Mar.v Itradl.v spent tin- week
end with her iMit'iit*. Mr. and Mrs. |
Walk Hradly. Miss Bradly is a student
in the Canyon Normal.
invitation to nil rooster* Is ex- j
temhsl to our Poultr> h« iise nil next |
week. We |tay IU-. tiohlen Itule Pr *
ritti*. H. H. Hawkins. Mcr
Mra. Annis Bete* left Hereford Fri-;
day morning for her hotne In Villi*!
Orove. 111. Mr*. Kstes Is s daughter of j
Mrs. I.lsxie Curry of Texleo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Neal left Here-j
ford Thursday morning for Belton. I
Texas. Mr. Nenl owns a hotel in Bel- |
ton which he Is remodeling
Miss Ruth l^ehman. who has been I
visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. |
S. i, Taylor near Happy, left Hereford
Wednesday for her home in Cloris.
Plenty of WUte C-lovls Honey. j
W. C. Fsllwell Filling Station j
A special price of ih per lb. for roos-
ters to July Nth. We are making this
special price so that yon will have In-
fertile eggs. We want your Infertile j
eggs. tiotden Rule Produce, j
H. H. Hawkln^Mgr.
Mrs. tleo. I<ockett and three children t
left Hereford Friday morulng for (
i Ibdr Inane in Tueumcsrl. N. M. Mrs. j
l^oekett is a daughter of Mr. snd Mrs.
J. H. Nix. 4
Boy a Hoosler Kitchen Cabinet. It!
win Mian you a life time and give you
sartaftirllaa every day. On terms to
salt. E. B. Black Ou.
MM Snsma Oormsn and lime
daogMer arrived In this city Thursday
Mr*. Ckmaan will visit her
Mr*. II. A. I.ewU sad
lleorgla. left Hereford
moruiag for MeKinaey, Tsoas, where
they will visit relatives and Moods.
You do not get any addled sags at
the Herefold Produce. We pat oat
ly fresh eggs.
Mrs. Sip Daw sou and Miss Edna De
Berry, of C*ovi . reached this city
Thursday morning and are visiting la
the home of Ml«s De Berry's sister,
Mrs. M. U Powell.
da Saturday night. June 24, Mrs.
Bodkin entertained nhout thirty yonng
people at her home la honor of hair nan.
Dole Bodkin, who has joat returned
from Camp Haloblrd. Baltimore, Mary-
land. where he has been In training for
the past three years.
Outdoor games were played ami re-
freshments were served.
FB1DAY. JUNE M
at the Laaw of
la fev« r «« Albert
•47.3b oa date of sale: old
oa the property of the
eoa Motor On., a aoa-mddant of the
The proceeds arising from sold sole
will be applied to the payawat of the
above described debts, aad the baiaare
will he paid to the parties entitled la
receive the same
Wltaoaa oar hands this 2*th day of
June. A. D. ltBt
given oa the lawn
lr woe played throoghaat the
aad a short program was readered a*
#iiII, M,n, .
Solo MIm I aoa Bichette.
Reading—Miss Edith Heary.
Duet -Mini's Keaa Owen aad Maur-
A refriehmsnt coarse, nonststtng of r
hvd tes. sandwiehea, aalad aad wataa.
was served, sweet peas being
I'sed only a short time, ia good
shape, ready to rua. 38x4. 38x4. 34x4
Tires, all stsndard makaa. Year choice
*10.0ii W. C. FallweH.
Try our Bulk Cocoa, sixtea oaocea
to the pound aad oaly 35c per poand..
Absolutely nothing better oa thr mar-,
ket. Hereford Prod nee.
NOTICE or 8AUE
Not be is hereby given that on the
2!st day of inly, 1822. the nndersigned
will proceed to sell, at the Hereford ^
Oarage on Went 3rd Street In ihe Town j
of Hereford, at eleven o'clock a. m., to
Come To The
on July 4th. This is a commendable community
enterprise, designed for the good fellowship of all.
liet*s all join hands in making it "go" with a vim.
This bank will be closed on the Fourth, but we
are open at all other times for the accommodation
of our friends and customers.
Western National Bank
Biggest Stock of Casings and Tubes
This Side of Amarillo
Anything from a 30x3 to a 40x8 casing. Let us
quote you some prices:
30*3 y2 - 19.00
Red Tubes 30x3 $1.75
Red Tubes 30x3V2 $2.00
Lubricating Oil. 15c to 30c per quart.
.) gal. Kerosene, 70c.
W.C. FallweH Filling Station
Cream and Butter
Place your order for
Good Butter and Cream
JIJST PHONE 142
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Two million women are enjoying these summer
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Th&y grt through their work in half ihe
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That's because they own the HOOSIER—the
household convenience which robs the kitchen of
With a HOOSIER your work is concentrated in
a single, compact spot. You cut out all needless
walking and standing. Waste motions are elimin-
ated. You get hours of added time for rest and
Get a HOOSIER now—you'll say you never
enjoyed a summer so much as this one.
E. B. Black Co.
'The Big Store With the Little Price"
WHICH It the big mStage
tire of today? All over the
country men ere talking right
now of the remarkable wearing
quality of Fisk Tires. The rea-
sons are obvious. Look over
any Fisk tire and judge for your-
self. You are bound to find
extra size, strength and resili-
ency and with these, good looks
and a tread that gives
Harvest is Coming
i ta take rare af year crop.
aeirs fr the old mm, we hare the nmliirigh that wi
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The Hereford Brand, Vol. 22, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 30, 1922, newspaper, June 30, 1922; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254210/m1/4/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.