The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1925 Page: 1 of 12
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The Hereford Brand
Publuhod Evry Thursday
Our Slogan—“Mon Pooplo—Mon FaruuT
HOY! HOWDY PISNT IT
GLORIOUS WEAUR FOR THE
FARMERS? FROST HELPED!
HKKRFDKD, DKAF SMITH COUNTY. TKXAU, THI'RMDAY, OiT. «. I ft*
Texas Came Laws Oearly Explained
By Local Attorney For Benefit of
Hunters Who Are Confused About It
Tba tnt front of tha 1M0 ■Maun
arrived tut Muaday uorning and It
waa a good, hard, white one at that
Thin lea waa noted on tha tops of
water veaaela exposed to the weather.
Tuesday morning another but lighter
The general oplulou aeema to he
that the froat waa Juat what the
doctor ordered. It haa apparently
stopped the wet weather for awhile,
will mature grain and cotton, and
the only thing hurt la late fetal stuff
and possibly aorghutn. which can Im
eared If gathered before it falla.
Beautiful, sunshiny, baltuy weather,
with Juat enough criapuesa in It to
make It snappy, haa prevailed all
week and farmers are hard at work
harvesting the hugo feed crops. The
Amarillo weather man predicts aev-
oral weeks of open, dry weather, with
Stores to Close
For the Football
Game on Friday
NEW HEREFORD HI SCHOOL
IS GOOD MEDICINE FOR THE
PESSIMISTS; NEARLY READY
A Brand roprcscutallva had the „f ,rt> OT„ ^
pleasure Moo,lay ,.f a thorough laapee- .tructure, putting „u the flnlshlaa
*l**i* of the new high achool building, touch*. and rh„ _ ... 7:
** ‘*f »"«""* •omtdctlon A hlg • raw the hultdlng ^
So many Inquiries hare been re-' Road Hminer*, and the fioahawk. the
celved regarding the provisions of tha j f'""l»*r llawk. or Blue darter, the
Stats gains laws that The Brand *hlumd llawk. the Buck Hawk.
I naked attorney Carl (Klllland for • W'mmI l"vk,‘r"
. , , Butcher Idrda or Mhrtkc. and the
j synopsis of them. laws, as affecting sirvnt Horned Owl.
local hunatmen, and Ur. dllllland hits'
responded aa follow* :
"Numerous question have liecn ask-, h,< without a license. Thla
'I'nder the taw no person la per
■ .H regard to the •daiue law," aud ‘I*’**"*' *"*Jr **' ohtaluwl from the _ O ■ a
take thla method of staling to thorn* , n‘‘rk "f lh# ‘’■uni* of one* \plt’ S|kttlf'IN Jlllfl
IiiKivnUm* In ||, what I ^ nr* ilK* ft»r ft rvnl
Friday of thla week la espected toltb# Uw." aa paaaed by the'4,'"r n"'1 **' 00 f"r 'von residents of
I»e the biggest day In the history ofl legislature, to be, with reference. *
athletics In the Hereford high achool.1*0 birds, and other birds In Hunting from an automobile |«
The Tulls llernete will be over and ,hli •“*'*»“»» of «k*' country. prohibited as Is also hunting between
expect to atlng their way to vP-tory, I "The following shows the open see- I'*! *"lr "*"r >*r'• • *,'t* w•"* on"
end the Hereford tVhltefaces are Just »<m and bug limit on various game ""a *' “lv
as determined that they will emerge j birds that are, or might he found, in , . "* 1 "",l *IM
from the grid battle with the long this section of the .tale: *‘"n" *"** ,,r
™* or I ho I. Iholr r«v,„. , ........ '■ ..........
All the hualueaa houses of Hereford I temta-r aud October, bag limit II ki m IT
will close from 11 to ft o'clock and day. 47. In week; White Winged I I til it Y 1,0
the windy town will he out to furnleh Ikives: o|*>n s.*«s,rn, August and Hep 1 •> *
enthuslgvn. for the local grid men. j te.nlwr, bag limit. Ill lu one day, (3 PmonmnKt liases
It will ho the biggest day In the J |„ week : Wild Oecae, open sen*..n, f lUilfll It iS IK it
On Visit Oet. 26
hag limit, l In one
week ; I'ralrlc Chickens:
bettor for flnunclal snd crop contll-
lions than this tlmo Inst week.
Won at Dallas
and Wichita Falls
Twenty eastern hankers will tie
j open season. September 1 to September Introduced l«i Hereford and i„.r oiie of tier sons and
'» occupied about
It la ls>I level Dm
contractor wilt turn over the strum
Hire (tout piste before that time. TlM
question of the cornerstone laying has
not yet tss'ii art tie,|, but It la pnaalMu
that thi* eeromony will watt until tkt
•is iiing when both ,aa ho cwnbliwd
Info one event.
_ * be bnlldlng la almidy a beauty.
Mrs II n Arnold. of Wilbarger U "" word for It. And
county, Ten as, waa here this week *,lt '’""•'i rooted and a lasting credit
Mr* Arnold Is the owner «»f the old '"‘«rd. the school 41a
Ilardeater »»>ctlon I,Mated four inllea f' ,lu' *p*'kltect an<| the contractor,
“outbeast of Hereford, known us Hec- **,r*' k ^ beautiful ami the up*
tl,*n Vo ill, Block M 7 While here "l! "t could hardly be Impmvwd
Mis Arnold signed a contract with Hwperlnlendent lUlleliay, who
I'lefel It rot tier* for the erection of lnl* upon hour* of thougbl
two m is of Improvement* on her Isnd v ln,n IW* slnicture, wanders
I'lils land wn, formerly owned hy through It with a pleased aud
I. Ilaskln and the Arnold* purchased Mlr «k"nf him ll« la rary
It from him some time ng<>. i»»«<ti,l of the hultdlng sod l<s>ka be
Mr* Arnold svpect* to move here "'|,h kr',, sntldpatlou tn 111
with her family some time In Iheem '“'"lotion, The general public la ns#
i (lullI >1 to
a son In
Ibo binding it preaenl.
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Over 100 Mexican laborers have .* <>lU' ** i Brandt ot*ui season, from th toher Id
tner ltw Mexican laborers haw Both teams arc stilt In the nixnlng to .tammrv tl
b,>cn imported hy .ho Chamber of f(,r stale honors, and both Tull. »«d \L w n
Commerce and. while thla number I* | Hereford will he lighting for su !
lnad«>quale, more are lioped for and nramaev - ......
the outlook la certainly fifty iwr cent nmch m*. ,» „„ „. .bi ,. ,,,ur r‘ ,n "M,‘ ,|MV' 10 ,n lh'' *"v‘' “r (,u‘ w,"t hl * banquet law have purchased the old Ktaenlmu* *""" wl,t *nvl'ed to inatimi 4,
men ohrlv ,i,„i *1, " n ! Hueks opett season. ib totH-r to ta> «hi>n In Hie new offices of the *,r acre plai'e on the adjoining "ll,‘ ,,,,, wl<' "f ,,p"f Hlllehay tha
the hoys are showing up w"-1 In jM"'.",r>i :n' h'""' * ,n Texas I'tllttea Hompany Monday ,,f l,,,r 'Mslleit aceoqnt of the naw
>■ are n wing up w..t lit one day, lu wi-ek; Hnli**- o|s,ii , Mn,| It Is *1*,, tbelr Intentlnn " los, ha* I com idled
practice. Most of the men who we.-e ........ 4h.toU.r Jmr, 'V I R Ke.so, pres ^ IJ^^er Ja^uarv I The new high
< rippled In the (tvnyon game will he blll( o5 one day. .Ml In week; l,|,,nl ,,f ''"'n|*i.y. Judge Kelso x,„. Arn„,(U ro|f<)n IM
'nie^WhltVfaeea wll/gti Into^the b'!me never. o|sm season., end twenty „f the leading eastern rals, r* lu Wilbarger countr and
The \\hltefarea will go Into the game Septemla r and thtober. hag limit. 115, ttnam eera will arrive
they mTcaSjr^ f"w wroksTf “ ‘‘"Lm’ He'ptemrsV .mi“i*t!rr1 trHl,‘ '»>" »'«" i'"" ,h‘" V''"r ............. "r"" thmn. »"
With two weeks of rest, hut stiff ", (n om Uy M U wlk **“•« wl" »* »;.'M> No e, Wi halM | r*' •»
nrsctlce unit with »h« 1 K ' * 1,1 ,Hy' 1,1 wwk • . . . . Mr* Arnold ex|ss ts to set out tree* '"‘e ground. The arehltect a drawings
tl7 re.h in Zl I T, wLl ' 0PW‘ ,fl U* ‘ *“ n,nk" shrubbery, a vineyard, flower, and
sun rnsn in tncir mtiida. tlu White- .|Hni,Brj. ;t|( |1M)( n^jt, |„ one of the
feet seross tile front with g
ex '•'I'tli or, front to rear dimension of
to market 'Jtsi hales from their m feet and 7 Inches Ttiere ar*
J. B. Rlllaton, In charge of the
Deaf Smith county exhibit at the
Dallas Fair, writes that he la kept
busy answering questions and that
more Interest In thla county la aliown
this year than ever before. A par-
tial llat of Individual prlaea won at
Dallas and Wichita Falla la shown
At Dallas, alfalfa seed, Jeff Oil-
breath, Aral; oata, J. David Thomp-
son, ft/th; rye, Jno. I*. Wilson, sec-
ond; alfalfa, D. L. McDonald, fifth;
sudan, J, B. Jones, third; kershaw,
Mrs. Hd Connell, first; pumpkin,
Uncle John Thotnns, second; spelts,
Joe Green, second. There were 11
entries and 8 ribbons taken.
At Wichita Falla, (Canned Fruit),
Mrs. A. D. Godwin won first on
pickled peppers, pickled onions, can-
oed peppers, pears, beet pickles, yel-
low tomato preserves and aimond on
carrots, aun-klased cherries aud red
tomato preserves. Mrs. Henry Hast-
ings took flrat prise on canned toma-
toes and canned corn. Mrs. A. H
tttreit first on mixed pickles and
. ... , |,--------- ------limit, ‘Ad In one , "ne of the hlg events of the year
■cea w >e stronger and wWar. , day, (VI In week; Mud liens: opaa Arrangement* for the dinner togeth
Nothing can he learned ff ihe w-ason, October BI lo January Sl.jer, with the progrum, are twlng made
Tnlla * strength this year, They are bag limit, 2d In one day, do In week, 'by Fred II. (llierthler, lueal manager
md giving out any dope through lh#|, "The mind a* r of iMtcks, Hnlpe, Yel- of the <<iui|ainy.
|at|M>rs, neither are they letting any ijow-legs. Black Hellhsl Plover, Halil- Hereford hankers, city officials,
ikqs1 from their tralnlug quaitera mile and Mud Ileus killed will he MIRbdeis, Chamlter of ('ominenti of-
leak out. Thla caus«>a ha ul fans to , otisldered in making the dally or llclals and local (ireaa men have been
lidlevo that the Hornets have aume- weekly hag limit. | Invited n> help lnir««lu, c the eastern
thing up their sleeves. “There Is no n|**n season for hunt-j era to the ways of the wist, ton al
Thu only word that has been re- ing, capturing or shooting any other speakers will he prepared to give out
celved, Is that they are coming to wild game birds, than those above some real Information concerning
win Friday's game. H, W, Humble, mentioned, except the following nam l*eaf Smith county and the I'snhau
business manager here, la doing ed birds, and there Is *n o|a*n season! die, The distinguished visitors will
everything possible to advertise this for killing them all Ihe time: also have a chance to hear of Deaf
game, and he assures a hlg crowd. "Kngllsli Sparrows, Crows, Havens, Smith’s product* that won so many
A i*iratio will la* staged Just Ijefore Vultures or Buxsards, "IIIce birds," blue ribbons *t the various fairs thl*
Identlllcd us harmful, Black-hlrda, year.
berries She says It Is her Intention
to s|s-nd the balance nf her life here
and for that reason she muiiIs to m
her home attractive and comfnrtahlw.
Mrs Arnold has two ctilhlren to place '
In high achrstl, a hoy and a girl, ami;
says they sre looking forward to the I
o|s-nliig of acleed In tlie new building
where they excpcct to enroll as the
Itrst pupils from Wilbarger (stunIy
j“• i .‘tO Fine Breeding
Sheep Brought in
By Local Owners
One of Mrs Arnold's daugtife'a la' Ttiere la a sheep ranch venture 4a
leaching In Ihe Vernon whoola sod "''b'plug In this county that promise*
she e«|ss'ts to become a cltlaeii of *r"W' •"In one of the most Impop*
I'eaf Hmlth eounly In the spring ! f*,,f snterprlaaa of the times. Th»l
The Arnolds are among the Iteat far ,*1'' J""*'. A M. l.can sheep numb
liters of Wilbarger county, so we *"*• "f Hereford, on the New Meslc*
should feel prolld of the fact that ,*n''
they are moving among us
Mrs. T. 0. Nance cuptiired second
on canned tsuidics, and Mra. Arthur
Manjiu't first on canned carrots and
Other rthbona taken were third on
canned peara, second on canned
strawberries, first on canned cherries,
Chamber of Commerce Takes Action
To Curtail Activities of Peddlers
of Vague and Doubtful Advertising
Dcilnlte steps to curtail the pro-|the award of tenth place for the ex Wheat planting time tins brought so | mixing this tine dust and the sl< k
has on the human. If
County Agent R. 0. Dunkle Issues
Formula For Prevention of Smut in
Wheat; Many Have Requested Advice
pickled peaches, and third on beans. m|arnoua selling of unprnfltithle ml ! hll»l», considering the keen eom|sdl- many Inquiries regarding tireventatlves .-nltig effis t it
At present this tlrm has atsiut 2,.100
hesd of sheep oil their place, hut *■•
(so t to cut I hi* numlwr down soon
lo 1. rUMI Thursday they were ej.
I*'< tlng flf?ecu head of very line Itam-
ImiuIIIo! Ini, ks for hri-eillng pur|sisw*.
Those luuks are of Idaho blood and
••war ahead of the usual run nf
breeding animals In lids section
trank l.amlwrt wn* also ox (sat Ing
14 ft m* n Ilead of those bucks In Ihe
M* ssrs lotu s A Mi l.oiiti stale that
lo hlltld up the last *l|i'ep
riinoli lii tills section, and are pro-
vertlslng hy traveling aalmman werei,l"n ^^""‘•"'ed l.aat year the «***'•"-» Ht»' bounty Agent H t Inhaled, the treat;.....if cannot I*, made
considered hy the hti.lnesa men «. Tn,r ">ok 'w,'n,,r "ln,h *o " has pr..|a,rod the following by .tmvellng, It n.uat be do.,..
, . „ , »"• Improvement was evident Her aril, le regarding Hits lints.riant and Jn some kind of mixer either ,, ............
hinch-on WM uhfir ............ ........... S«‘i o,|! Z 1'^ "" *....... 'M — *"•
Cafe. President Black stated that | suggest lug that the hoaineaa men "The loss from smut In w lust 1. on "'l*cr, It la a g.H.,1 Idea
hardly a day paaaed that some scheme | then,selves take the Held and help the Increase; last y.-sr was had hut •>' Ida.,.
to extract money from the merchants
ko wear a
on doubtful advertising pro|ssiB|ona
waa not being promoted, lie said laliorera hud ta**n secured and ills
that moat of thla so called advertising
second on canned grapes. Out of
twenty-eight entrlea the county won
twelve blue ribbons, six red ribbons
and two third prlaea. Thirty-live was of small value and proposed that
ribbons all told war* taken at an Advertising Committee, to paaa on
Wichita Falla. the merits or demerits of auch prop
In tbs vegetable division reaulta ualtlona, be named. If the committee
at Wichita Falla were aa follows: | thinks any auch plan la good then
Irish potatoes, Herman Gray, !trat;|lt will give the promoter a letter so
Bermuda onions, n. B. Webb, Drat; stating. If they do not think It
12-pod okra, Mr*. A. I). Godwin, i good then they will withhold the
■eeond; apple*, h. P. Landrum, Drat, j letter. The value of the committee I In
HUNT Nl VlilFK (OMMI MTY
I.KFIM FKIHYY, (N'T.
Mr*. J. D. Thompson, second, O. L.1 will lie in the cooperation „f the Commercially lu re
Ihe farmers gather the row crop. Hr this yc*r Is worse; twelve ;s r cent of ' bl< f over the nose and month, to
Overton said that about inti Mexican the wheat received on the Kansas City prevent Inhaling llu- dual An old
‘ , ‘ '"*'••‘"1 •««' y"«r wn. smutty and for plugged with a small tub st ! The first m.ml-r of the By
iGlinted hy mmmutiltlea so far, with this year It has Increased to fifteen """ end and rolled over the ground l.y.eum ('nurse, to be presented j„i„t
imtre coming. Mupt. Hlllchay of Hie |sr cent, and als.ut the asm* per cent f»' " period of < „r fl minutes will i, t,r ()ic Music *r,nlr ri,,., BWj
■choola w*s called upm to talk on of loss*-* hold true in Oklahoma *nd '*"H< C«'Pl*-r lartsmate dis-s |>, „ ,IMj >',,||owshlp ,.f ,h#
new face* In the whool ro*ter and the Bat,hat,die of Texas l"J"pe the gemination of the First <‘l,rt*il*n ,|,ur.h win t*. pf..
11. u 1 " MM ,n “'H* I™' favoraWe ^ •" »•*'». experiments Imlbate v,,.(h,rt„-f lUur,u „„
wimtta Brand concerning Ihe out of for smut and serious losses have Is-en "ml a slightly greater germination rt.«* i,|gt,i „f Friday mt.dier Mi The
nlnte studenfa now enrolled re,s.rtH from all over Ihe the wheat <• »* '*red from the treated *..,1 than ,,,.rn||. ,| program and pH,... <h4mn
Hecretary M.s read a letter from tielf It, some wdlo.,. the lo.«.s have tr”>» ""Healed seed This |. „ dry ,t„. ................. „„ fhta
I* ,*w,f *u**r M,*n' expressing Interest run as high a« *st to 7*. per cent of * nut went that ,*n (*• done weeks |MI„. Th. Mud stmlv will
the isisslhlllty of raising Ireets the . nitre crop Thl* d'< rc,i«* In viehl '"<1 even aumths lieforc sowing time
!«' In charge of ttie tlrst |,rogrwm,
u „ ... , , „ , . , | commercially Here W K Hunlap re|iri s, ids only part of the |.»« as and will retain Its uonlllv It «h<>ul>l . , , , ,
jus™, .bird; e*w. I.. r mw mw IV .Ill I...,. ..........................tel r. « II,. ......II ...... ............. .......... ..................... ...... ........ u ....." ........*
' I n" °<her than In sn advisory i Harris.,n had a letter from the Mn,t.< from 2 to t.% cents a »iu*he| I,. I,,w '“'I* m.in and should not is- f,,j i„
Ttirenhed grains wheat, f L. idly, hut .an undoubtedly save the j Ke stating that limy Inti ruled to l- au inn nr du-at that I- fr.. fr..„, .unit
Mharp, first; oat*. J. David Thump, town a lot of money If tlie t.iislncs*1 t|fy the best station grounds and
% * k
non. third; alfalfa seed. Jeff Oil- uun will refer all auch «a»es to them
Imllnr wheat that Is fr.
It Is generall I now tt tint .unit
wotiid have a committee tare next I* -own with tl». «-cd and tint good ,01 >T'
breath, first, rye, Jno, L. Wilson, Tlie Idea was voted g<„*| and Mr ; Momlsy to eonslip-r the
aecoml; grammar gratw (hale), J. Black named A O. Tle.mpwori -hair n.e - rotary
II. Jones, tlrst; nlfslfa. D. L. ............................... „„„ ......, ,w,„^ ...... , , . J(Mr(,(| f
matter or.-ps eattnol ta* exp-efed from smutty
.. "v* Instnnled to s»sd. no matter I tow mil tlu- seed
M. mm of this n.iiimlttee, with Walter vrlte the rallri.ail ..ffl.lals and Invite ,t |.
V.FNT AM) MM K
I I I II \HK II1IH
IWinald, first; J. David Thompson, Inmlap and N K. Hush t.. help him
s,s*,nd; smlau grass ihnle), J. H The chalrntm called sucnlion to
Jones, first; millet (bundle). MU. rm the sorrowful f„ t th.t uwr no-r
Williams, first (hints arc needed *( f),,. i i i, j y I,|„
■ i-henna Jf the mu t e,it.* ,|> p tided
HKV. MORGAN ATCOMPANICD U| ,n tie- at .-mm., „f m-rhaui* It,
J, f§# IIRAD TO HANITARII M t.usiu. ,,n \| ,in street Mr Itis.'k
Rev T. Morgan of the ( hristlso Id the alien,luiuw w.uild le very
church returned W'tsln.-sdiiy after a .mall lie suggested n,at the I,,,.
trip lo Tempi, where he se.ompanled ......on ...gltsic iijs.ii this f»,t
J. II. Head, and a short visit with Mr B,«. k also aisled that tlu
relative* at koft Worth Mauls tV |St. ksge .sr a- rvhe Would
Mr lismd will undergo a prr.<,.| of t.e ,.>otmind slilu.iigh the ...ii.pany
lkre«. weeks pr.-p.irst i<m at Hm- T* »ii was i,.,i satis (led with tl.e patronam h.,o»«
P** ••Mlarlam Iwfore uudergotng a Huy sre rcsiving Tt,t» ,(t affmir ,
m(*or •fe-r*tton Me la reported ■* 'ratio Ifsstliqp amt (••unir Ag«nt e«er»i. d» ot. i.sint u, —yr.|
cfcaarful ami optitulstl, over Dviokle reported on the Itsil.a Fair syw-ri. *.,tk »r. ordUlly invited t..
bta '“.adltlon evtilidi, evpr.sMiiig saiiefaetlon with attend
beni flown Next Moitdiv Hi, nieetlog
*111 tc held St (tv- III ref rd llofl l
PARRNT 'II. W IH K (.FT TO
t.KTItHC FRIDAY, fH T. Jl
(in seconn( «f had weather ls-t
veek lie Hef X.qil ltlfcd meeting of
'hr* I* l r> III I. ,i l.ef* \ **rr> I 11 toll ws*
.sistpr.i . d I tie meeting will lie held
•I* , ■ iiilog (f.lsv err (dug la-lot.r
* 1 *' * m o1 h* b si tlie i-oort
the otter coti.Dilon-
r- Hon of the M*d
id willt so tuu.'li .
nittfry tu, on.-
*. * itig •<• ,| win
The new eof
tl . vfHteld ,rf *.,-•?
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In older to prvv,
aft» .lisle .(oat It
sent or, every ,»r
d t ill* do t
• to ( <H«le •
dug sr.luew I.
,,f 'he seed It ,
> to I rest had,
* »o *. mint i » r |
t , on tv Ag. lit It
UleOitiera liave Jil.t
lt,.s whir.- they at
I • ., t So, ' .
won the free
dfe ' III Sena
•d ..Ilf (rr
«'.d W ml,,u,
odr ota m t.red t1 .* ft!gl,,*#t
l»ifH III must, of the ail|M'r
ltd* I* i strictly community effort
designed to tskc the place of ilia
4hi|*irte.| l.v eiim attractions of o|t»er
years aud It Is the treltef of [is'al
Pr'"c ra that Hereford • wn preseiit
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