The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 13, 1929 Page: 2 of 8
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The Hereford Brand
wy Thursday at
Alao Publisher of
THE FRIONA STAR
Mean, Pa rater County, Texas
R. R. KESSIE,
Editor and Manager
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:
Aay arreaeoua reflection upon the
Iflwraeler. aUndlag or repuUtlon
M any person, firm or corporation,
prhlch my appear la the columns
■f this paper, will be gladly cor-
panted upon due notice of same he-
lm glreo to the editor personally
gp the office oa North Main Street
Altered as second-class matter at
At poet office at Hereford, Texaa,
under the act of March 8, 187a
■mo I, per year • • • 12.00
Ease 1, six months * • • $1.00
Outside Zone 1. per year $2.00
Outside Bone 1, six months - fl.no
Outside Zone 1, three months $1.00
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS STRICTLY
CASH IN ADVANCE.
B. O. Shelby, living near the
■esaenger community, 25 miles
west of Hereford, Is feeding 200
pteers on ground Iceflr bundles
and cottonseed meal. The steer*
pare been on feed 210 duys and
■hew splendid gnlna. Mr. Shelby
Intends to feed the steer* three or
(our month* longer.
Mr. Shelby thinks Texas beef
Should he fed Tcxs* grain nnd the
profits that have been going to
farmers In the Mlddle-Went. dhoulri
ho kept at home. “With the vast
herds of tine Hereforda on ranchos
fa this county, and thousand* of
acre* of hegarla, rollo malse, ka-
Sr and cane being harvested In
Ihe county, we can easily estab-
lish tills ea a roeogulBod beef-
feeding center,” he uald.
He will market approximately
100 ncrea (tt kefir through these
steer* mnd expects to get a much
larger return than by selling his
grain at market, price. The steers
are two yenr obi* nnd miHuine 1W)
pound* of the ground kallr humic*
and 2 pounds cottonseed meal per
dny. Additional return will he de-
rived front tlio hog* that are fol-
lowing the steers. One hog to two
ateera la Ihe proportion Mr. Kltel-
hy think* most profitable.
Oeorgo Walden and Woody J/>ve-
laee, managers of the K| Toro
farm 8 mile* northerns of Here-
ford aro fiHsIlug 1800 sheep on
the Chamne** farm near the J<m«I
•witch. The Sheep lmve been on
feed shout 4 week*. Mr. Wolden 1*
feeding hi self-feeders on n ground
ration <sKnposed of kafir bundles
Barley nnd slfalfu, mixed with
cottonseed meal. The sheep were
•tarted on a very bulky ration
which Mr. Walden soya la rery ea-
asntlal In order to get them accus-
tomed to feed tiefore starting the
heavy grain ration. Now after
weeks the ration consist* of about
half roughage and half grain. As
the fowling period advances he
Intends to Increase the grain and
the roughage The sheep
Change It Brought
Her Is Wonderful
All my neighbors aro talking
abuot the wonderful change Saigon
made In my health. For three
years I was la each terrible con-
dition I couldn’t do my housework.
Everything I ate seemed to dle-
TH1 STATE Off
I «ot of the Dte-
;/>f y ■
MH8. 0. K. WOOD
agree with me, I had a lot of
trouble with my kldneya, and my
back hurt nearly all the time. I
was constantly taking medicine
for Inactive liver and constipation
nnd would aometlmea get ao dlssy
I'd have to hold to something to
keep from falling. My blood aeem
ed thin. I suffered terrible head-
aches and waa so nervoua I could
“Hargon la the first and only
medicine I found that gave me last-
ing relief. My appetite la splen-
did nnd everything agrees with me.
Hargon I’lilg rid me of hlllouancs*
and constipation entirely. I'm no
longer nervous, aleep Ana, and my
color is clear and healthy. I
haven't one of my old troubles
left aud feel like a new woman.
I can understand why so many
praise Hargon.”—Mrs. G. F. Hood,
2510 Market Bt., Ht. Worth.
Rico's Drug Store, Agents.
will he kept on full feed until
M. It. Biggs, owner of the K1
Toro farm, aud Mr. Walden be-
lieve that grain sorghums fed to
sheep will give a 50 por cent
greater return limn by selling the
grain on tho market.
trtet court off Daaf
ty, Texas, on a Judgment render-
ed la said court on July 80<h,
1929, foreclosing a vendor’s lien
•a the Northwest Quarter of Ear-
tkm 24, Block K-8, Deaf flmlth
County, la favor of W. E. Dunlap
against L. W. Hough, Goodyear
Tiro and Rubber Go., R ff. Good-
rich Rubber Co., Panhandle Motor
Ob. Crain and Oa, 0- H Oaf, W.
ff. Eorr, and O. A. ff. Parker to
secure the payment off $1151.00
with 8 per cent lnteroat from July
Alao foreclosing the trust deed
lien on the above described land
In tevor of the defendant W. ff.
Karr In the aum off 8017.40 with
8 per cent lnteroat from July 80.
Alao foreclosing the trust deed
lien in flavor of the defendant, G.
A. F. Parker In the aum of $878.87,
with 10 per cent Interest from said
July 80, In cauae No. 1784 on the
docket of aald court, and to me at
aherlff directed commanding me to
■else and eel] the above described
D. 1980. i
• timrout t*wR; ten
If. «wr o’doek ff.
dealt Hmm Dost of
M., at the dealt Hearn Doer <*
Deaf Bnrith County. Texaa, I wl’,1
offer dor aale and sail aald land
at public auction, for cash te sat-
isfy autd mane of meaay to the
aider named and eoato
J. B. MILLER,
Sheriff, Deaf Barite County, Tex
Man H. R Marks tad Henry
Dick, both off Oerdell, Oklahoma,
were hate teat Friday and Satur-
day prospecting for a term loce
tkm lu this put of tho Panhandle.
J. K. Blythe and taaliy off ffrt
ona were here last Wednesday. The
Blythes were hero looking for e
house to Uro la until their a
home to completed In Friona.
Let Hanna A Hanna make pour
photos for Christmas, Hereford.
■ " ■ a •—
T. B. Eelgler reached home tost
Monday from e business trip to
DR. T. M. MONTGOMERY
626 Polk Street, Amarillo, Texas
—Will be in Hereford First and Third Tuesdays in
each month. Eyes tested and flessee fitted.
OFFICE RAY'S JEWELRY STORE.
Telephone 188 for Appointment.
on to a raw
L. ff Beaner of this city and Lutt-
sror aro old frieoda
FOR QUICK JOB SSHVKB SEE THE
5% LAND LOANS
THOMPSON & IRELAND
GIVE • THEM • AH *
They are never TOO 8MLALL or TOO LARGE to hi cm*
eonrsged in waye of thrift. One of oar deposit hooks with
one entry made is a SENSIBLE GIFT.
Hie First State Bank
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B Aanusl Bargain Offer
. THE AMARILLO NEWS
■ And Big
- SUNDAY NEWS-GLOBE
■ Dally and Sunday
_ Sate $148 by autoerihlag
■ JOHN NORINHON NEWS
This cold weather it
makes Ihe car start easy.
WEST S SNYDER
'hat to give ?
Its as simple as
Present titbar of tbeso handsome cars,
Bodies by Fisher revosl quality leader-
ship so outstanding that they ors win*
niof 41% of the total solos of tl
cats in their pries doss. The now Msr*
mutts, built i
built bj Buick, introduces into
ow-prico field a nee
virile, reliable performance. Piece your
a now order of swift,
order now for dsUrsry of • Buick of
Marquette on Christmas Doy.
The aew Salehs aro aflsrod to thaw new sssto*
and three aew wheetessae, wUh 14 to# types
prim from 11980 to 12070 f. o. h. dsetory. The
aear Maagaette is offered to six body types priced
fro* $880 to 81888 ffo.b. factory. All eviitoUe
oa the extMOMly ftoeml Gmesat Motors tone
MACK MOTOR COMPANY, Of NT, MICHIGAN
fltoto* e Gm*»t Mturt Cttpmitim
■UlLDnS Of flutes AND MAAQUrm MOrOA CAM
BUICK % MARQUETTE
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The man with tbs hot to supplying ns with a Wf aaibrf ill of
vefetaUes for Saturday. Ho his Also hood down the pries.
Reed’s ‘M’ System
Specials for Friday and Saturday
SYRUP, Mary Jane, gallon
PEANUTS, fresh roasted, lb
CANDY, Peanut Brittle
CANDY, Christmas mixed lb
PEP, breakfast cereal
JELL0, three for.
CRACKERS, 21-2 lb Saltins
itpe to Try Thte 1
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Kessie, R. E. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 13, 1929, newspaper, December 13, 1929; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth584299/m1/2/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.