The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929 Page: 2 of 12
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The Hereford Brand
acroe* the root) wt oi hie Inn.
Mr* Heart mam eiMtahttdren
•pant the —rttrtH on tip toms
with her Utter. Hr. Hector.
properattP* urn being toll Hot
a OkrUUnaa tree «t tbe atttol
horse Tuesday evening. A suitable
program Is being arranged and of
course Santa will be there If all
tte boy* and gMe bare beea
come boose from Amarillo Sunday.
Mr. Williams' mother from Flopd-
a da U v tel that them this weak.
Mrs. Green and Nettie Lee Green
Mrs. Ha r ten. AH»s Mahle. Mm
Ben uford and IMaanhc pent Wed-
uemlay with Airs. Clarence Beau-
Misses Lillian Peters, Gladys
Jonas and Ttny Lao Springer
spent Sunday afternoon with Miss
Georgia Pa Neman.
Mr. and Mrs. Peters and Mr.
Meeks took Sunday dinner at tbe
A. T. Jones home.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Wlllriut of
Hereford ailed at tbe Mobley home
There arc two new dwellings be-
ing erected near Frio school bouse
ou 211-Mile Avenue. Humor bat
It that another may soon Is- start-
Alto Pubhshsr of
nt nUOXA STAR
Frloot, Parmer County, Texas
A Very Happy New Year, too!
Loaf Sarttt Oountf.
Whereas, kg virtue ot a certain
order of nate lamed out of tbe Dto-
trtet uut of Deaf Smith Coun-
ty. Texas, oo • Judgment render-
ed in mid court on July 30th.
1029, tovertertag a vendor's Man
to the MoiUnraat Quarter of Bn-
torn 24, Block K-8, Deaf Smith
Oeanty, la rarer of W. H. Dunlap
agabmt L W. Hough, Ooodyear
Tire and Rubber Oo., B. F. Good-
rich Bobber Oo., Pauhondle Motor
Oo^ Oratn and Oo., C. 11. Carl, W.
P. Karr, and 0. A. F. Parker to
■•cure tbe paysnsnt of >1*11.04
with • per emit Interest from July
Also foreclosing Um kraal dead
lien ou tbe above described land
la favor of the defendant W. F.
Karr la the augi sf 991T.40 with
D. I960, tbe «u»o being tte Tt|)
#y of toM montt, botareon ttk
legal hours ttauuef, to-wit: Mg
o’clock A. M. and four o’clock P.
M-, at the Court Bourn Door «f
Deaf Smith County, Tana, I wQJ
otter for sale aad art! said land
at public auction, for catt to eat-
lafe mid hum of toonsy to the
A Christmas tree and program
was given at Stans school house
Friday afternoon, the 20th. A
rapiHtinn of thin program will be
held Tuesday night, the 24th. with
tbe Slum iYuiotmau tree. Every-
body la invited to attend.
A nook eooiul wan given at the
Blpgiw -miIhmI bouse Saturday
Norm ou Jui-oltaon was in Adrian
Mr. uml Mr*. J. M. Chapman
and children wotv In Hereford on
D. N. Guthrie was an Adrian
Mr. aud Mrs. ilcorge McLain
NOTlOK TO TDK PUBLIC:
Agp erroneous reflection upon the
gHUUrter, standing or rmmtaUoa
g| gay person, firm or corporation,
rtblcfc may appear la the columns
if this paper, will hr gladly oor-
Mlsaes Mattie aud Blale Andrews
spent the week-end with friends
Mr. IIud Mrs. E. E. Rogers »»
euJoying « new radio them' long
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Tlcc were
greatly aurpriaed when they re-
turned haute from town Saturday
night about 3 o’clock to And a
man and his wife in their kitchen
eating supper. They proved to be
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hollluborger
of Itoilfleld, Iowa, cousins of Mra.
1’li‘e, and they had not seen each
other In 222 years, Tliey had linen
■getofl upon due notice of asm# be-
ing given to the editor personally
gt the office on North Main Street
Jfetored as seeond-daaa matter at
ttu past office at Hereford, Tessa,
natter the act of March A. 18TB.
■sue L par year • - • 92.09
laua 1, six months - • • 11.00
ttrtrtde Kune 1, per year IS.60
Quffrtfle Kona L rtx months • >1.00
OUOrtda Bone L three moutha >1.00
•—Please bear in mind
there are certain tines
sot for visiting patients,
9:00 to U.-Q0 a. m.
8:00 to 8910 p. to.
7.00 to 900 p. a.
CASH IN ADVANOB.
living la Oolarado tbe past 18
years sad have sold out nnd are
now looking for u Itw location in
n milder cllaiute. They Joft Tues-
day for Phoenix, Arlsoim ond in-
ten to stoji at Hot flprlugs, N. M.
for n day or two.
Owen Andrews, win* is ihnullng
lumber for a new home which is
being erected on the uouth part
of the Andrews place, had the mis-
fortune Saturday t\> run Into the
high bank near tbe gin nnd Imilly
dauMige his truck.
Mrs. Green and Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. B. Harlln spent Sunday nt the
Walter Easter home.
K. F. Otiinjitell haa roci>ntly pnr-
land which Ilea
Here and Hum
—In the Spirit of Christmas, we
express our appreciation for the
(Too late for use last week)
Rev. Peters and Mr. Meeke were
butt at Frio Sunday morning. Rev.
Fakers Is the new Methodist min-
igtor and will preach carii third
Bead ay at 11 o’clock, nnd Mr.
ICeaka of Flung will preach eueh
fourth Sunday morning.
Mr. and lira. J. R. Hinson of
•ham rock apewt Maturdny night
•ad S«ud«> nt the J. JO. Amlrawa
wish for a
JOYOUS HOLIDAY SEASON!
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Hell *pnrt
ttumlay nt the l/eo Williams home.
Mrs. Henry Alltmam was wble to chased the
OUR WISH FOR CHRISTMAS
TO YOU, OLD FRIENDS,
Drs. Heard & Wiltshire, Dentists
Office Over Corner Drug Store
IS JUST HAPPINESS
SNYDER & WEST
THAT HAS NO END!
Cox & Huckert Garage
Phona 818 After 5 p. m
BENTLEY’S CIGAR A NEWS STAND
CIGARS AND TOBACCO—AU. MAGAIMU AND NkWiFAFERS
WEST THIRD STRUT
Best Wishes or a Very
and u Happy,
Prosperous New Year!
We wish to extend our Sincere
Good Wishes'for a
To Our Patrons and
West Tailor Shop
Hereford Nursery and
Ohlntf# Kims, bait qaalitlM, til iIsm, from 60c to |6.00.
For Thirty-seven yews growers of and dealers In ohoioo
fruits, shades, ornamentals, roses, bulbs, etc.
BUT BY TUT IN THE B0UTHWUT.
Out of more than 800 varieties In our own grounds/
and we can landscape and plant them, too.
Call At Nursery or Fbona 99
L P. Landrum
Easy to identify
new 1930 Delay-Light
All finbhed in Romany
RED for yenr protection
For yuan the Daleo-Light Cnrnpaay bee beta budd-
ing s wonderful line of todlvitbial electric piano.
And of comu diera hew been s lot ef imtaeriene.
But the new igjo line is ouy to identify. Each of
the new modrie is Iniahsd in e rich, Ramsay rod.
A plant painted aay eritar color ia aw a new Dries-
Light. TWc the fine ridag to lash for. faaaad,
Ifiilii Dpi migg jin mm p[mf “Dtpiwdbblt Otko*
Light." Aad finally, don't buy a pleat foeai anyone
but is flutKomcd fWco f ight Deilir, ThiB mu
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wc wish to extend to the public at large
thanks for its patronage and
MERRY CHRISTMAS and a
NEW YEAR and to extend them a warm wel
come to our store in the NEW YEAR.
We aae the aadierinad Qrice-Light Dealer* to
this locality. Coats to aad pt the forte about rite
aew igjo "Red Lint" Dries finite,
B. B. PARMER, Dealer
Aim II Hifliwaon of ft Barf* Worn femme
PRODUCT* 09 fllNMAl MOTOR*
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Kessie, R. E. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929, newspaper, December 26, 1929; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth583859/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.