The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 27TH YEAR, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1927 Page: 1 of 14
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The Hereford Brand
Published Every Thursday
Our Slogan—“More People—More Farms'
Hereford, Deaf Smith County, Texan, Thursday. October 6, 1927.
Seth B. Holman, Publisher.
Brand’s $5,000 Opportunity Club Automobile Campaign Rapidly Nears Finish: Crucial Third Period Expires at 9:00 P. M. Saturday!
ONLY HELVE DAYS MORE
10 SECURE WINNING VOTE;
FINAL WEEOAWNS INDAY
9jtftea of All Inactive Worker* Will Be Omitted from
Next List. Next Week Credits Will Be Slashed
Twice. Effort Now Will Count Heavily In the
Final Tabulation. Finish May Be Close One.
umpobtajtt notice i
Names of all those who are not working to win
will be withdrawn from next week’s paper, thus for*
foiling all right to a prise or oo(amission under the
published rules. Hsturdsy is report day again, and
the names of any contestants who fail to make a sub-
seriptieu report will not be included in next list.
’yfith only twelve days remaining in which to secure the
lading credits, contestants in the Hereford Brand's $6,000
'Automobile and Prise Opportunity Club Campaign arc br-
ing to onset stirring scenes in their frensied rush to sec
rybody and obtain every possible vote before the time ex-
All realise that many a race is won in the home-
stretch, hence every subscription, either new or old, is of ut-
most importance. Imm than two weeks from today, the for
tunate winner will be riding around in her own big
Chryaler 62, hers to keep for all time b.v right of conquest.
Miss Lots Tinker ...
W^frsnk Pali ----
Arts Daniel .
Mr*. C. B. KnUanka
Mins I sea Jowell .
Mrs. O. M. Chapman _____ M.flO0
Mr*. A. T Frye -----------102.000
Mr*. Carlo* Reynold* .
Mias Thrum* Betti Mentor
Mtea K Dora Hmlth ...
Mias Velma Cm Id well —
Isa Hadle Allred
1|U* Eva Nolaud .. ...
Ur* K I. Durrett
This J* Tft.000 extra credit week.
CnUl 0 00 n'dirk Haturday nlaht.
Oi iots-r h. a bonus of 7.'i,ooo ex-
tra credit* is allowed for each
and svery $30,00 club of suharrlp
turned In Hevt-ral eonlest-
anta aid aot secompH-h nearly a*
mb on Hie 100.000 extra credit
er last w«vk n» they desired due
the weather, etc., and these are
aiming to make twnry mlnuii)
ring tin- remaining hours of
75,000 offer reunt for them.
Because of inactivity last week,
I who apparently had the
almost within fbclr grasp
altered, and unleaa thay show
apeed this work they will
t need to worry much about
a and oil hill* for the Chrysler
t wreniN a pity that some of those
bo stood so well when the Ural
rlod ended should now tie loa-
ns their advaniasea through In-
ctlrity. To win In a compel!-
|on Mf tola bind it la necesaury
right on the job every
InutA One must not hesitate—
t.m ports* Is to lot some other
ulestant forpa ahead and claim
prlae that might have been
ears. That la just what la hap-
ing In this campaign, appar-
Krpm now on tba rare will
swifter. The time is ao
t that It la absolutely neces-
for thoar who want tha au-
to lay everything else
sad hustle tor credits. Ten
from now U will he too late,
then you osa look back and
where you aright hove won.
that los’t going to put you
m the driver * asst of the
Not by • hmg shot.
Most weak the credits will he
twice The 7*000 offer
right is the
r. rnm •
Large Increase Shown
In County Tax Values
That the total assessed rains
tion of property In Deaf Hmlth
county has Increased $+41,30(1 since
103tl la show it in figures recently
tabulated at the office of the cotin
ly assessor The lax roll- hare
juai been -ompletsf) and show that
the tux Increase In the county
Imm lM<en demnsed two rents on
the hundred dollars raliisiiou.
while I lie rate for the stale Ims
lieeu Increased two cents.
Total assessed valuation on all
property In lh**f smith roiint/ for
ihe year 1037 l« $m..'I40,;hh , as
snslnst $7.Hiai.1hf> for the year
10311. The total taxes for county
and stale for 1037 arc $lAd.»13.;t7
aud In 103d were $147,000.73
nils year the tax rule fur coun-
ty purposes Is 70r on the $100 val-
uation. ami Is-t year II Him T2e;
for stale imri-isi-- tlie rate this
year Is tl7<-. compared with AV
Tim general aversse of a-ncssed
value un land In 1037 Is $5.80 |s-r
acre, ii•»<! In 1030 was $017 |s*r
Cattle Shipping Light
With Fifteen Cars Out
Fblpplng activities this week
were fairly light, although within
the next month thay are expected
to tnereaae Tory rapidly, according
to Information Just received. With-
in tlie pnwt week fifteen curs of
catllo have been shipped out. and
if shipments of previous years
limy lie tukeu a- n criterion, It
will only he a short tluio until tlmt
many cam arc shipped dully.
Islet week W. K. Hicks shipped
seven cars for various isilnts In
Nebraska. Heck Brothers sent
three ears to Kansas Oily market
Friday night. The Adams ranch
sent out five cara, two Haturduy
and three Monday.
Water Tower Painting
Rapidly Being Finished
Painters hare nearly finished
I***Ini lug the municipal water tow
er, according to City Marshall
Charlie Bennett. The work was
finished on tlie inside of tlie tank
and water waa turned In to It
According (<> Mr. Bennett, the
painting bus been done along a
new line this year, and Iti-tnid of
the naual lampblack wlih which
the water tower has been painted
Inside, It was given several coals
of white enamel.
During flie Aral pari of this
week the water Ims had a slight
taste of (stint, which Mr. Hcnncll
says will soon disappear. The
painters are of the oplnlou that
this type of Job will give much
longer service than any In the
puat and that It will probably not
lie necessary to repaint the tank
Inside fur at least live or six yeara.
Misa Ella Hnsiriwall spent (be
week ond here with her mother.
Mra. II. L- Hroudwell. Miss Broad-
well la a freshman lit W. T. H. T.
(*. at Canyon.
Competition Strong In the
Agrieultural Display at
Wichita Fall* Exposi-
tion. On to Dallas.
Fifth place and a cash premium
of $1.50 whs awarded Tuesday to
the I>enf Hmlth County agricultur-
al exhibit ut the Texus-nklulmiiia
fair held ut Wichita Falls Com-
petition was reported a* the strong-
esl In years.
In llm order In which they
placed. 1*011111 les entering exhibit*
wen (larxa, Hardeman. Wlu*eler,
Hemphill. Deaf* Hmlth. Dallaiu,
Collingsworth, Ilale, Grayson. Floyd
Baylor and Wilbarger.
T. D. Moss and H. O. Duuklc
arranged (lie exhibit hi Wichita
Falls. Mr. Moss leaves there to-
night to take the exhibit to Dallas
for the -Htute Fair, which open*
i letidier H. Mr. Hankie returned
to Hereford to get the county club
boys who wen* swarded I he trip
for their showing In the Deaf
Hmlth comity fair held here re-
Those who will make the trip In-
clude Marvin I'lireell, Heunrd Fatal.
Hay Chapman awl toijr Walaer.
They will Is* In Dallas October
10, II, 13 aud 1-3. The trip Is be-
ing fliiNiiecd by the three banks,
llu* It. It. ft. Implement Company,
Thompson A Ireland, and Claude
According to Mr Duukle, sixty
two counliea have already ent«*n*d
exhibits at llu* Itallus Fair.
llenderHon Chickens Go
to State Fair at Dalla*
Between fifteen and twenty-five
of the J M. Henderson A Hon
prlxe White r-egborns will Inj sent
to the Fair at iDallaa next week,
according to ltoy Henderson, who
will lake the ehlckena down there.
The exhibit will consists of cocka,
liens, |M‘iis. cockerels and pullets,
most of which have several award*
to their credit.
According to Mr. Henderson,
many of thc*e birds havo won
prtxcs In nIhiws all over the coun-
try. Compel Minn ut the Dallas
Fair will probably he as strong
as any In the world, he said. Hen-
derson will lenvo tomorrow for
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High School Principal
Married Friday Night
Tin* marriage of Gay Myers
Hudson, of Hereford, and Miss
Margaret MeMahau, of Weather-
ford, Texas, was solemnised last
Friday evening at the Central
1‘reshyterlun ehuch of Amarillo by
I lie Rev Jus. T. Itoss of this city.
J. F Higgs of Hereford was best
man and Mias Hess Westbrook,
Mrs. Hudson's roommate at Col-
lege, wns maid of honor.
Mrs. Hudson Is the eldest dau-
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-
Mahan of Weatherford, and an
ex-student of Fast Texas Htatc
Ti-adiers College at Commerce
Mr. Hudson Is a graduate of the
same college He Is well known
In Hereford, having held tin* pus
II toil of principal In (he high
school for the (sist two years Mr.
and Mrs. liudsou are at home In
Dr. W. F. finbbeet returned Fri-
day morning after a Alp to Chi-
cago to -is* the Demjnicy-Tiinncy
fight ap*1 thence to the Mayo
Brothers clinic at Rochester, Minn.
OPINION SEEMS UNANIMOUS
FAVORING PROPOSED BONDS
AS DAY OF ELECTION NEARS
Futc of New City Hall and Fire Station Beet* Oa
Action of Voter* Next Monday. Work Promi*-
ed to Start At Once If Necessary $25,000.00
Bond I**ue I* Approved.
MAYOR DISCUSSES ADVISABILITY OF VOTING
BONDS FOR CITY HALL AND FIRE STATION
Farm Sale Date*.
Farmers and breeders who are
IIIlcrested In a real op|s>rtiinlfy to
Improve their stock will do well
to attend Hie auction sale of Du-
roc sows and gills to tie held this
Haturday at flip Jones A Mel,can
feed yard, at 3:30 p, m. Ac-
cording to A1 Vaughn, owner, n
very eeiact lot of bred nows end
gilts Is being offered et a rare
opportunity to aare.
Another sale of Interest Sat-
urday afternoon, October 8, la the
big furniture auction to be held
at the Mra. Royaor building next
to tlie Beene A Hbaw barber shop,
at which time ail of the furnish-
ing* of the Outer Baker rooming
house will he put up for auction.
Tbia sale begins promptly at H AS
p. m., and Col. Hay llarber la the
J. H. Phillips will bold a big
dispersal sale Friday, Ortober 14,
at bis place one mile north of
Hereford on 25-Mlli* Avenue. A
high claaa bunch of milking Jer-
sey cow* aud heifers and a com-
plete line of farm equipment are
the main features of the sale. Col.
Bay Berber Is to conduct It.
*teve Handera announce* a live
stork sale at hi* place, 10 miles
southwest of Hereford, S miles
south end 2 miles oast of HOrn
merfteld, on October 10 In the
sale will be extra heavy boraea
and mules, an* 10 head of dairy
stock which be asye are some of
the boat to be found la Onetro
county Col W. • Williams and
CM JUy Barber will cry tht eels
H I? GKNFRAI.I.Y KNOWN, an election
ha* Ih-cu "ailed by the City Commission
fur Monday October 10, 1037. for the pur
pose of building h Cllv Hall uml Fife HI a
That Hereford I* badly In need of n Fire
Station Is admitted by all. It I* an absolute
necessity, and should Imre been provided sev
erul years ago. Our tire deportment Is on
of the most efficient lo Is* found In any town
of our sire, hut It cannot o|s*rate to Its great
eat efficiency unless its equipment Is kept In
g<N»d condition, and that Is lni|saialhh> with It
housed In the prevent ehuek that we call
our Fire Station.
The only question In llu* mlml.i of any
one with reference to the praismcd IhiiuI
laauc la the need of a City Hall. Hereford
lias gotten along In the past without a City
llall, aud could manage to get along for some
time In the future without one. While wi
ouuld get along without a ('By Hall for r
time, yet If Hereford grows as we all know
she will grow. It will is* only a matter of
abort time until a City llall will be un ub
Tlie City Commission has been cnusld
erlng the matter of a Fire Station and city
Hall for more then a year. We have eonsld
ered the matter from every angle, and aftn
taking everything Into cxmsldcratlon. decide-
that It was best to build a City Hull ami
Fire Htallon at the same time, and our reu
sous for ao doing are as follows:
First: Tin- practical thing for tiny Lowt
to do I* build their City Hall and Fire Sin
Second: A City Hall can be built In con
miction with a Fire Station for much lew
money than H would require to build then
separately and at different times; and
Third: The City Government neuls large!
quarters NOW to properly accommodate tin
public. Some may question this who do in
realise the fact that Hereford la u grow In,
town and that It will continue to grow.
Tbr above tacts being true, to our mind*
the only question tor ue was to decide just
what alas City Hull we should build, end thU
qMotion was also duly considered by u* be
fore we made any decision We realism! tbui
we could build a Fire Station with a email
City Hall In sons sell op that would serve oui
needs for the present, but we d<> not believe
I lie |s*ople of Hereford would Is* siillslleil
with such a plan. him! we concluded that while
we were taking care of our present ncisls
in* should also look to tlit* future needs ot
our City, and tlmt Is exactly what we him
I lied to do.
The building as pin illicit will lie UP \ 73
feel, two Stories high, to be located oil the
corner of Miles Avenue and Third Street,
till* present locution of the obi Fire Sliillon.
The tlrst floor will tie completed to fully tak-
en re of (lie present needs of the lire depart
ineni mill city government, while Ibe SCI-Olid
story will not be Mulshed Inside, us It would
require considerable more money than llu
pro|sHud bond Issue to fully complete both
stories of Ihc building
Some may question the wisdom of the
City Commission In lidding Ibis second story
and not completing it U| tills time. Al Ural
we did not consider doing so. but when we
learned tImt llu- additional cost would Is- only
about $4,INKI over the cost of a one story
but tiling, we soon decided I bill It was tin
only practical tiling lo do. While providing
for the present need of the City, we are hi
tin- same time antliipailiig its future needs
and making It possible to take care of ib-'in
at a small additional ex|s*nse.
The proiswed bond* would bear 5 |s*i
rent interest, mid lo |siy the Interest mi the
l*suc would rmpilrc a lax levy of only eight
cent* ou each one hundred dollar* valuation,
and tills rale will create a little surplus over
and above the amount required for Interest
to In- used In caring for |Miyuicnt of prliiiipal
in the future. The city's InX rule for I03I-’
mis $i :ui on each fUNi valuation and our rate
for 1037, with the eight cent* added, would
only bo $.140. The rial net Ion III rale was
made |toM*lble by (be city retiring some obll
gallons during the year.
This Isiml ts*m* ha* been put up to the
is*-plt* by the City Commission for Iholr eon
sill-ration, anil everyone should express their
wishes iu the mailer by voting next Monday
We Isdleve the lasue should curry, ami If It
does a* we believe it will, we promise you
that we nil! use our beet effort* lu seeing that
Hereford gets value received for every did
E. M IKF.I.AND Mayor
Next Monday, October 10. hua bqpn act aa the date on
which will he held an election for the [Htrpoae of voting bond*
in the Hum of $26,000 for the crcctiori of the proposed nffiff
combined city hall und Are station. authorized, the build*
ing will be located on the southwest/corner of Third Street
und Miles Avenue.
1’laus have already been received from the office of th#
architect and, providing the bunds are voted, provide for •
two-story utructure to contain offices for the city adminiatrs*
tion us well aa housing for the equipment of the fire depart,
____ m Opinion In Hereford this work
seemed to be in favor of audi •
structure, although it waa gener-
ally believed that more Internet
must Is* atlrred np among the eRt-
xens who will In* called upon tm
bear the burden of the bond inran.
All property tax payer" arc eligi-
ble to vote Monday.
Opinion Favors II.
A survey of the opinion of mer-
chants and businna* men of Here-
ford failed to reveal a single Ob-
jection to Ihc proposed building
according to an announcement „„„ m<IHt of tlieuj U) M
made this week by Judge Blurl
Itural schools In the county had
an average atlendumv of 437 stu-
dents during rtie tlrst mouth of the
school year, ending F-cptemlier .'HI.
Wilson, emuity superintendent.
This year there ure-nlneieeu tu-hoola
aud thirty leachers.
Tenth and eleventh grades have
lH*en removed from the rural
schools this year and many stu
denis have txs-n transferred to
other dial riel and their tuition Is
|»ild by (he district from which
they transferred. "The purisise in
tills is two-fold," Judge Wilson
points out. "it gives tenth and
eleventh grade student* a chance
to gt*t credit for tlielr work mid
gives pupil* In the lower grades
an opisirfimliy lo do Is-tier work."
Teachers of the county met In
llu* office of the county sit|x*r)ii
tendent Monday and reviewed ihc
Niliool work III general. Some of
the schools have athletic teams
and games were mal-lu-l in take
Plans are Is-lng formulated lo
hold al least four si-li-sil rallies
that there was not the slightest
ground for objis-tlon of any sort.
In answer to the question, "Are
you In favor of the new c4t)r ball
Olid lire station?" among ottuirtk
these opinion- were expressed:
Fire Chief I»ow Mercer: "Am I
In favor of it? Wluit a question
lo n-k me! I've only been work-
ing iiImuiI eighteen years on tAn
tiling and am glad to sec that at
last some deflnlle action Is lo tin
taken. The Hem of added Mr#
equipment would Is* worth ttin
entire uuioiml of the bond Wane,
lu ilie winter especially our men
lire humllfU|>|M*l by the |ssir place
to store i lie equipment and isiople
who arc not willing lo provide
for a better place should reason
that ii take* a good deal of time,
under the presold arrangement, to
liiiike the equiptlieid ready for imo;
|ie-q»ie expect psi inlii-D when tliey
ask us lo render It") |s*r cent, ef-
lleienl, service with our present
ami fairs over flic <mint> iltu'liut 1 t'acilltl*** "
llu Iasi iimiiih of si'hool nexl .. ..
r II idierilder: Certainly ria
In favor of Ii and will he only too
glad lo pay my share of the very
small lav Increase lusessari '
spring Tla-re Will Is* a routlly
wide seventh grade graduation pro
gram al the eighth moiilli of
sell-ad, w hit'll will probably be
held In Hereford livery student
in the seventh grade lu I he comity
will he on I he program
A Good Advci liscoieiil
VI |I Woiithh
"Teachers and pupil* alike are | Beside* actually
m s*dlug a neve
taking a great Interest In school."
Judge Wilson said, "Work Is pro
greasing smoothly and a good ami
prolliahic school year I* ahead "
The Weal way school lias two
new Chevrolet trucks with -dosed
bodies lo trau*|*irt the children
The Hummcrllcld school, through
its principal, A M
Hindi application to
lire slallen ami <• 11y ball, we sholilt!
lie HNliallied of Hie present inatle-
quale biilliliug A new stnudure
siicli a* Is planned would lie one
of ibe Is-sl advert l-i-inents lleis*.
ford could have "
K. W Harrison ; ‘ I mleiibiedly
ll would la- a giaal llilllg. Of
Walkei , ims I I'ourse ibe lire dc|*irlmcut and
Ibe rural bousing Is the Immedlule need,
school division of the stale ilcpnrl j *"0 b I" '*‘1 -' ''bloiu dial llu- city
uicnt of ediieatlou for aid lo pro ‘'Iso needs a city Imll.
Vide equipment for touching and "ben asked < om ci nlng the i*m-
demonsi rat ing farm ims hanlcs. au
rl-ullui'c aud home cis-iiouilr-
Arixona (iirl Murrico
Karl Dyer of Hereford
Miss Dds Barker daiigliler of
Mrs. Gillian Darker, formerly of
Hereford und now of I’lmenlx,
Arizona, was married rinptember 0
al the Christian church parsonage
by the Ilev. Thurman Morgan lo
F.uf) Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
K K. Dyer of northeast of Hen*
Both of tbest* young people are
slide cITret ot tin- pr-i|H-*ei| liilibl-
'lug ii|sni insuram* rales, .loliii
I'atton -d llu- 1 *1 a I ii h Itisiiram*
Vgi iii y. siibl: "Already the lusiir-
unei* rale |* reduei-d beeuusi of
iIn high efficiency of ibe volun-
teer llr- dcpaiJliirnt here. Willi
cipilpimnl housed mi ll wouldn't
freeze, li stands to raa'"i< that we
could have an even lower rale l*e-
I'UUse llu* ileparllueilt wtntid la-
eveli more efficient during the
winter mouth* ”
A. H Htreu "I miii absolutely in
I favor of It, if for no other reason
tliuu that ll woubl give the Are
I 1st,vs a place to meet aud call
- their own, s thing which is <A»-
gradna'le^of 'Hereford “hi’ri'Ld ^ “uposslhle iu the pre-at
ami atieiiilstl tin* W T H T. C.
al Cuuyou this spring Mr aud
Mrs Dyer will tuak* tlielr home
—• —— ~o
He* and Mrs. (Mil W Cnrtsr.
«f Horgrr visited Monday night
at the homo of Mrs Carter'* par
! rets here.
-Ns Objection Possible "
D F. Aobhrisik : “lu the first
place, when tbr present tire sta-
tion wns built It was in loaded to
he only tareporary anyway It
has just ranched the Unu whan
lOsntkMMd on Pbge Mai
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Holman, Mrs. Seth B. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 27TH YEAR, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1927, newspaper, October 6, 1927; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth584519/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.