The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1925 Page: 4 of 12
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THE HEBVKORD BRAND. THUBBDAY, OCTOBER B, UR
me one at Dm with two pair of
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ill Bara* ft*
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All land la farm*
Crop land. 1994..
Harr anted ......
Fellow or Idle..
loaa each 1
Feature, 1824 —
fa lavlte ev
Flow able .... —
Vt'<HHllund not paatureil 37
All other land------- *3,071
land alone.....fl8.0IH.7lK *11,050,001
Ihilldlnga ..... 1,802.708 1.485.380
Llveatock on Karma
lloraea .......... B.WW
Mole* .......... - 1.B07
Cattle, total.......— 28.843
Other lieef eatlle 14.041
Ihlry cow**..-^.- 2.182
Other dairy cattle------ 1.7117
ftwlne. total------------ 8,871
Breeding aowa**------- 825
Oat*, acre*.......— 10.141
Gala, huahela..... 127.075
Wheat, acrea......... 211,808
Wlieat, huahela.......271.400 152,108
Barley, acre*-......... 1.748 01
Barley, huahela....... 15.027
Hay. acrea........... 2.520
Hay. ton*-.......... 20.007
Rorghum for adage,
hay, or fielder, acre* 27.IH4
• Cow* and heifer* 2 year* old and
How* and gilt* for breeding pur-
ptMpM 0 month* old and over.
To tho Sheriff
Yea are h
helra and legal
eeaaad. and M
by aMhlag pabUcatloa of thla Citation
oara each week far fear aareaeatve
waeka ptevloaa to the retire deg
hereof, la wane aewepaper publlahad
la your County, If there be a newa-
paper pobUahed therein, hat If not.
theu In the aaereet County, whore a
newapaper hi publlahad, to appear
at the next regular tern of the
Dtatrlct Court of Caatro County, to be
Itolden at the Court Houae thereof,
la the town of Dlnmitt, on the Sad
Monday In Novenher A. D. 1885, the
aame being the 8th day of November
A. P. 1825. then and there to anawer
a petition Med In aald Court on the
tlth day of October A. D. 11125. In aault
nuiuhered on ihc docket of Mid Court
No. 1418, wherln Claude Percy Hamilton
I* Plaintiff, and A. A. Burck, H. B.
Hunk, and M. Hchnell, and ttie un-
known helra nud legal rcpreaentatlvea
of A. A. Burck, deeeuwMl, and the un-
known helra nud legal repreaentatlve*
of 8. H Burck dccca*ed, and the un-
knowu helra and legal repreaentatlvea
of M. Hchnell deceunod, are Defend -
niita, mid Mid tietltiou alleging la eub-
Mtanca Hint, lUaintlfT la the owner lu
fee almple of the following deucrlhed
lamia altuated lu Caatro county, Texaa,
and that he la now In poaaeaalon and la
entitled to poNHcaMlon thereof, towlt:
a part *f Capitol Laagaa No.
toatod to Ahuer Taylor by Pat
M. daacribad bt aatw oa
at an Iran plga aat la
tha N. lino of ooM loogao No. 4M
for Bmll Bowahor'a N. B. oaraari
which la aeeoidlag to eonoctod Sol
aotoa 400 vra W. from tha W. Ua* of
ood took of
pngo for o
S; Thaoco B. 400 vra to aa Uoo
pipo art la ground la W. Uao of gold
Grew County Bcbool Uad Loogao
Thaoco B. with tho W. Uoo of gold
Gragg Gouty Bcbool load, Laogoo
054.5 vra to B. W. comer of aold
Gragg County Bcbool Uad Laagoe; to
oo Iroo Bine;
Thence B. with tho B. Uoa of sold
Gragg Gouty Bcbool Uad Laogoo
1800 vra. for tha N. K. corner of
Capitol League No. 480 an Iron pipe.
Thence ft. 1800A vra. to oa Iron
pipe for L. B. Wood'a N. E. coraar;
Thence W. 3288.5 vra. to aa Iron
pipe for Mid Bowahor'a N. K. coraar;
Thence N. 3504 vra. to tha place of
tieglnnlng, containing 850.1 acrea of
That plaintiff acquired hi* tltla to
*aid land through a deni of convey-
ance from D. Jane Vlrden, Joined by
her huabgnd A. J. Vlrden. and thnt
the mild P. Jnnc Vlrden actpilred her
title through n regular chain of title,
from the Htate of Texaa.
Tlmt tlie plaintiff doe* not know
what right*, title*, or claim* In and
to xntd Innda, that defendant* or
either of them huve or *re making,
hut that they are making and aaaert-
lug claim* of aouie right*, title*, In-
tere*ta, and eatatea to wild bind*, ad
veraely to plaintiff, but pin bit Iff
clinrgea that hla title to Mid land*.
bo onlatod to Ua tttto
that oil righto, tltUo.
oo ctoada oo
Harota Poll Not hot hove
Mid Court, ot Ita afOraooM ragoUv
term, thla writ with yoar return there-
oa. abowlog how yoo have
Glveo ooiar m
of mid Ooort, ol
of Dlaualtt, #a thla tha Oth day of
October A. D. IBM
(Ml) JOB HABTINOB. Ctork.
Dlrtrtat Cowt Ohm
marlin hot wells
On Saturday October 24
we will offer 2 ran* Goodrich cold patch
Watch Ihc Hatiirduy Hpeclala !
Kll Pl'KnVH PH1MB4
••The new nnylng *cem* to In* "un
with the dance let the nnklc* nud
lilp* be unconflaad,"
—Tlie gafl that help* keep carbon out of the
engine, lubricate* tlie upper part of the cylinder*,
give* more power, ant! more mile* to the gallon.
Ank those who u*e it.
Mother: "Come Johnny, I want you
to go tn town with me for n new
unit. You know aclioid atari* next
Johnny: "Oh, Mom. will you buy
Service-U-Like Filling Station
“Our Name i* Our Motto”
The Hereford Lyceum
The Music Study Club
8:00 p. m.
Thi* i* the firat of a aerifB
to be presented by the Mu»-
ic Club, The Pep CIbbb and
the Fellowship Clatu of the
First Christian ehureh of
This First Number
Spirit of Halloween
Wlmt the I'liImiicy 8nug
Mr*. Hick* ,
Tlie Wind’* T»le
Ibillct Munlc from "Orphan*"
• • GrUwold
Hweet lJtilc Girl and the tjimbit Hqucgce • Warner
Mra. Knx Mr*. Koticraoii Mr*. A.I1 Tlmraptom
Mr*. Beyer Mr*. Ilawklna Mra A. o Thom pm hi
Mr*. Oillehay Mr*. Mhlrley Mr*. Bmadwall
In tha Hall of the Mountain King
Hhailow Man li
Tlie Klve* • •
Mr* A l* TIi*»uiim*>o
Tlwre an-F*lrt«'* *1 tlte lt>>ti'iiu >»f .air Garil) u l^limaaa
KI<U uf llw Kite.
Meii.trlM.4tii Al»'l. r**'H
Time to buy Cake—If you don’t want to buy from us let u* store for you.
Cash for your Poultry, Eggs and Cream.
And remember we’ve got lot* of good COAL.
WEST TEXAS FEED & SEED COMPANY
It i* the buoine** of the hank to know t!ic difference between safe securities
and the kind that are worth no more than the paper they ar written on.
Before investing, ask our advice. We shall he more than glad to give our de>
tiositors tlie benefit of our years of study in the matter of safe securities for
“Be/ore You Invut—Investigate”
ASK YOUR RANKER
The First National Bank
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Tire Prices Are LOW—
CRUDE RUBBER HIGHEST IN YEARS
Buy Now and Save Money!
The unprecedented demand
for Firestone quality and
mileage has more than dou-
bled the sales of Gum- Dipped
Cords to car owners so far
this ye^r, enabling ,us— tifrto
cause of this tremeo^ous vol-
ume—to keep price! low.
Experienced car owners
insist on tires that deliver the
greatest mileage the low-
est cost per mile, because
such tires last longer—make
the restricted rubber supply
go further—reduce crude
rubber costs—and help
maintain the present
low tire prices
F irestone extra process, is also
one of the biggest and most
important economy factors in
tire performance, This meth-
od of treating cord fabric,
developed by Firestpne tire
chemists and engineers, insu-
lates every fiber of every cord
with rubber, and gives the
sidewalls the extra tf rength to
withstand the oxtra flexing
strain — insuring maximum
safety, comfort and economy.
Buy now—make sure of
tion by obtaining these
superiorities at present
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR
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