The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929 Page: 3 of 12
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Wishing You Happiness and
Cheer today and all
JACK’S SHOE SHOP
m QUICK JOB SERVICE SEE THE BRAND.
We appreciate the Good Will
and Patronage you have ex-
tended to us and wish you a
JOYOUS CHRISTMAS DAY
Happy, Prosperous New Year
Here’s to everyone we know
and all those others we desire
to know. To one and all, our
best wishes for a
Welch Machinery Co.
Invswted in a cleaning Mini pressing equipment
where modernism! machinery has been installed mo that
wa are enabled to do the very heat
OLXANIVO AMD PRIMING
that ran be dona anywhere. We are really atrivina to
be of aarviee to you and we belfevo that if you will
give ua a trial that we can convince you that we really
do Hrat elas x work, We eordially invite the public to
inapeet our plant.
g & Dry Cleaning Company
Notice to ABoaotfoow: Ail atoaat-
M advertising ordered to ma
“till forbid" matt have a written
ardor; *lar> the order discontinu-
ing “tr ads amat be la writing.
This la to avoid misunderstand-
taga. It will eaaUe at to give
fuu more satisfactory service.
NOTICE—Ptsaae return the allp
scraper you borrowed from D. B.
WANT TO BUY—Half section of
Innd near section 12, township S,
range 2 vest JOHN M. ROBE,
Adrian. 'IViaa. 503p
I.AND OWNERS- Do you want to
leaae your unimproved lend tor
tojmlug purposes for five to tie
years? Hot ho ns end larger tract*
especially wanted. Write i>. P.
CARTER, Fkijnluda, Tux. 402p
FOB BALE - Alfalfa for safe R.
B. CALDWELL. Bt 8. 4Mp
FOB RALE—Practice IIy new May-
tag waahtag machine; new White
sewing machine, also good wash-
ing machine for 125.00. MBH. J.
P. McMAHON. Phone 854-W.
FOR BALE—About SB head of
FOB BALK—flood rebuilt piano,
beat of coadKtou. Pbone 404-J
F. J. RBBRLE. 4» 2p
FOB BALE—-flood Rauger bicycle,
excellent condition. Roe <*lf ABLER
FBRQUBON, Jr. 50-le
FOR BALE—Have good Meet ion
of land located 10 mllee northwest
of Hereford. Can sol] for 120.00
per acre, $2800 caah, balance three
annual payments, six per cent. Two
miles from school on graded roed.
This la the beet buy 1 know of.
E. F. CONNEI.L 49-2p
Large Kastern Plano MHmifnrturer
has n nuinlier of pianos In stor-
age at Amarillo and rather than
ahlp toil* will eell at a sacrifice-
AddresN Manufacturers Wholesale
Department., 005 Klin St net, DnI-
laa, Texas. 00»p
WANTED -1 will buy you malt#
heads and oar corn when matur-
ed and dry. HRUMLBY A BON,
FOR RENT—After January L fur-
nished room a, one block north of
high school. MRS. W J. WIL
FOR RENT—Office rooms In the
NsweD-Ashbrook hutkllng. Phone
m J. O. NEWELL. 44-tfo
Loti and Found
BTRAYWD—From my home west
of Itovtnu, October 17, one njmiii
aged black mare mules; one had
drooping ears, on had hlvmbth on
one hoof. Anyone knowing of
whereniMiots please notify F. L.
OAltHON, Hex IM. ltovlun, Tex-
FOUND Four miles north on 25-
Mile Avenue, two pair of gloves
aaul nil lamp Hues. Owner can
have mine by Identifying ami pity-
ing for this ad. IIHfc
FOR SALE-Three good Jeraey
cows, two to freahen Feimiary 15.
Locnt«>d about 2Mi mllee euutheaat
of Huuiiuorfleld. FRED HTUtttJN,
Hereford. . 40-2p
LAND HAKUAIN8— 5 year leases
on some choice wheat land In Deaf
Smith county; also some choice
tracts for aale at from $15.00 to
$40.00 por acre. 1‘anlmndle Invest-
ment A Development Co., 221 Oil
ver-Eakie Bldg., Amarillo, Texaa.
Telephone 4842. 48-8p
FOR BALE—My borne on North
Main Street, Hereford; very de-
airable location. If interested,
write MRS. EDNA RAY, 4515
Swiss Avenue. Dallas, Texas.
FOR RALE—Plant winter barley
now. J. F. WARD haa the aeed,
Phone 230. 48-2c
FOR HALE—Spring barley, no
Johnaon grass or weed aeed, 12
mllee south of Hereford. L. M
Ft>R RALE—One five acre, one
ton acre and one 25 acre tract, all
priced very reasonable and Just
outside the city limits. Phone
FOR BALE—A Damascus sewing
machine in good running order.
Bee MRS. O. F. WEST at W
Tailor Shop. 45 if,
FOR SALE—Barley aeed. pure
stuff, Heed shl|»pcd 111 till* sprllV
umi plauled here on sod. No weed
seed. Price $1.00 per bushel.
BRUM LEY A BON. 48-tfe
FOR BALE OR TRADE—12 acre
farm, good house and barn, well,
windmill and good chicken house.
0. ». GATLIN. 44-tfo
FOUND—Pair or round |en»cd i
shell rimmed npectacles. I le-crthe I
them end pay for this advertLe- >
ment ut ihe Brand. 15 f<
No. 470. I. 0. O. »„
CjMO meets Monday 8:00 p. m.
Vlvltlng Brothers welcome
I. I West. N. ().
L. H. Foster, Secretary.
HERKTORD PONT NO. 1H
Meets at 8 00 p. in., hrat nnd third
Tbursrtoy night In (Vanity Court
For Sale or Trade
FOR BALK 1020 Hudson Coach
at a bargain Bee Bcott Motor
flervlce, Karr building, on Third
and Miles Avc 4H-tfc
FOR BALE OR TRaIiE 10 ro-an
apartment, close In, easy terms.
Phene 450. ALVIN C. TliOMP
You Begin NOw|
Resolve to stive money. It is EASY to wave; it is only
tin* BEGINNING that seems hard.
A Imnk account will open up opportunities undreamed
of for you.
It will make the eomilig year a llappy and Prosperous
year for you and your fuiuily.
Start Saving Regularly NOW
If'fi Invite YOUR Banking Business
THE FIRST NATIONAL
HANK OF HEREFORD
- a strong tank thought•
11 Ell)-: FORD, TEX AM
FOB BALE—One pair very fine
mule ootts, Juat weened; also 8
registered male calves, paper reedy
with them. B. COTTINOIIAM.
FOR SALE K »yai Portable Tyi»e-
wrlters in Duotoas colors. I have
Just one left: can deliver for
flbristwaa JOEL MURilllBON,
FOR RALE OR TRADE—« mem
bouse, close in, easy terms. Pfceee
450. ALVIN C. THOMPSON. -4Ttfc
FOR BALE—Eight welnlng pigs
said e freak Jersey cow. O. T.
FOR BALE OB TRADE—By own-
er, choice chicken ranch, dose in,
terms If desired; also choice bust-
neae lotn. Also ornamental fence,
cheap. Address P. O. Box 478,
Hereford. Texas. 2tM.fr
tor aale. 50c each.
livered anywhere li
i town, iesr
and five cento.
8. C McAdams, representing tlie
Twin Olty Implement and tiwctor
line, haa now add,led to hla line
tlie WhlippM-Knight motor cam.
The name of the new ear will like-
ly In- (-hiingrd, Mr. McAdams says,
nnd he expect* several near car*
In within the next few days.
We believe iu the goods we’re selling and in our ability
to succeed. We believe that honest goods can be sold
by honest methods. We believe in giving value received
and believe we have done so only when we give a man
the full worth of his dollar iu satisfaction and aorvioea.
We believe in working, not waiting; iu laughing, not
weeping, and in the pleasure of selling our gooda. We
believe in today and the work w’e are doing; iu tomor-
row and the work we have to do; in the sure reward the
future holds. We believe in courtesy, in generosity and
in GOOD CHEER.
ROCKWELL BROS. & COMPAQ
Here Since 1898.
Phone Four—The Lumber Number..
JIM SAL MtkSvt
mpc*c Tr rr*r«WHP
Raise more Hogs
At this time of the year we like to think over the punt year's work. No
doubt *■«eli of ua would like to go hack and correct some mistakes we have
made, at least w« could do many things belter than we did—but, “Whj
bring that upf" we all no doubt got about ail we deserved,
Wa want to thank each and every one of our patrons on (Ids occasion
who are in the hog busineaa, for their loyal support ami the confidence yon
have shown us. We hope thut you feel satiafled with the market we have been
able to maintain, and we are living in great hopes that we will be able to give
you a still better market in 10IM).
Wishing You 0m* and All a Merry Christ mas
.ind a Happy New Year!
Brumley And Son
TO FRIENDS—OLD AND NEW-
A Merry Christmas
A Prosperous New Year
A grateful appreciation of
Barnhart & Sherve
—When you hear the
sound of Christmas
bells, carols and oilier
joyful sounds, accept
our wishes for the best
the Season affords.
J. 0. Newell
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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/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.