The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1932 Page: 4 of 8
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The Hereford Brand, Hertford, Texas. Thursday ? July 14.1932.
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For Sale or Trade
FOR SALK: Five wire whye's.
complete wllh tire* and tubes, for
*29 or ’80 Chevrolet, Also good
snddlo horse. W. J. (Bill)
TYPEWRITERS, New and second
hand, dowel! Murchison, Court
rib, In good condition.
11. Hopkins or Ralph
FOR BALE CHEAP: four cylinder
1028 Chevrolet truck in good con-
dition, run less than 0,000 miles,
good grain bed. Also additional
WANTED: A man with a car to
take charge of the Singer Sewing
Machine agency In Hereford, Cuu-
yon and Vega. Sell and collect.
Hood commission for a hustler,
Singer Sewing Machine Oo., 010
Taylor St.. Amarillo, L. <3. Ruq-
yon, Manager. 27-2p
The new, exclusive package for Nteffen'i quickly opens
•way from the contents entirely to let you slice the detlelonu
lee cream In Just the site helpings you wish. And the new
Package, factory packed, In assorted flavors only—
20* A PINT
Pint cartons filled from our fountain as usual________2S*
Try that New Custard Cup, full 6 ounces ef frssra
Custard for ........................................ jgg
Be careful of the Ice cream you eat—your family deserves
the best. STEFFEN'S, the lee Cream with
Corner Drug Store
Your Prescription Druggists. Phone 103
Have parties wanting wheat
land ror summer fallowing on
cither cash or crop share lease.
Give legal description and terms
desired. Have income, residence
hotel, tilling station, tourist camp
and acreage properties to trade
for farms. Wrile A. K. Webster,
Realtor, 408 Sunset, Phone MIMS,
Amarillo, Texas. 22-tfc
No. 47S, I. O. O. F„
meets Monday, 8:00 p. m
Visiting Brothers welcome
JOHN H. BIOGB, N. 0.
L. H. Foster, Hoc rotary.
FOR RENT: Duplex, unfurnished
or furnished, Including radio and
General Btsotrio, priced cheap,
H. M. llenoflold, 211 R Hired, ip
FOR RENT :SoctIon about 20 mllmi
northwest of Hereford, all broken
out for wheat. See John McLean,
phono 27. 27*4c
FOR RENT: Good live room house,
218 Avenue B. Dr. Florence Mil-
ler, Phone 450-J. 17-tfc
MISS GRACE BUZZELL
County Health Nurse
Mpeclal pre-school clinics for
children entering school in 8ep-
tember will be held In the office
of the county health nurse Friday
and Saturday, July lfi-10, from 2
to A p. m. Also ou the following
Friday and Saturday, July 22-28.
»r»,» II m iO u jh III. nir
urged to have pre-school children
registered and examined before
entering school. Children are reg-
istered at the health center and
then isirents are privileged to go
to their luinlly physician and dent
1st for an examination of flic
child without charge. It Is ad-
vised that all imrents should
know the physical condition of a
child tieforc sending him U> school,
when ho starts a new career. It
la also a state law that all child-
ren should bo vaccinated agaln-t
smallpox l>efore entering school.
Every child should also be liu-
m mi I sod against diphtheria.
Have you had your child with
bad tonsils examined by your
family pliyslclun to determine
whether the tonsils should ho re
removedY Reduced rates will con-
tinue through July 80. Your fam-
ily physician stands ready to help
you. The school officials request
that you send your child to school
In good physical condition. Much
Illness can lie prevented In your
home next, winter by relieving dls
eased conditions now.
FOR RENT: Modern, close In,
thn*e room house, furnished or
unfurnished. inquire at Brand
FOR RENT: Four room furnished
apartment, modern. Call 406. Rob-
erta-Olver Lumber. 7-tfc
LOST: Monday night between
Amarillo and Hereford, the bell
iwrt of a silver-plated, two-toned
horn. Reward. C. It. L. Vawter,
LOHT: Fawn <-olored, tnuley Jer-
sey cow. recently brought to Here-
ford from 20 miles north, Please
notify Dr D. K Robison. 27-lp
* Tbs Coa-414 Melted
The bappy husband la ona who
ess oat a dinnar that esaa from
sans and tall his wlfs what a good
cook she Is.—Albany Evening News,
Accurate and Dependable
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Check up now on your Stationery, Printed Forms, Etc., and let
us replenish your supply. A call to 30 will bring
someone to discuss your printing needs.
For Rent Signs
We can furnish you with almost anything you need in the line of
printing. Plenty of illustration# for your use FREE.
CIS The Hereford Brandi
tok tmrr IM* Ar Xm-Dm J - - - -
K i. Httm, Mg?.
My friends have nuked me to
mnkc It clear thiit I expi*et to
devote all of my time to the
duties of the clerk’s office If I
am elected. I realise the im-
portance of this office and will
conduct It to the very load of
If I do not nee all of you before
election time, I will appreciate
2U-2c MKH. KKMM TUtltKNTINK.
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Miss Runlta Williams, Reporter
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Elli-
son. Hunday, June fi, a son.
Henry Turner attended the hall
game at lllppus Hunday.
Ollle otts and family and Henry
Turner were In Hereford Tuesday.
A good rain fell here Tuesday
of last week.
(!. W. Humble was here from
K. V. Hushing and J. A. Block
were were out from Krlona Tues-
Mrs. Atchley Is reported very 111,
hut we ho|s< for an early recovery.
Mr and Mrs. tjene Julian are
the proud |airents of a baby, born
Friday, June 17.
Mrs. J. T. Guinn, Mrs. L. M.
Turner and daughter, Mildred, aro
on the sick list......,
Among those showing in Here-
ford Haturday were Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Williams, daughter and sou,
Estelle and Ilohliy, Mrs. J. T.
Guinn, Bert Doyle ami lien Rates.
Babe Russell of HcjtMbrd Is
helping at, the llgtyoiub grocery
tlliff W4*0lfr 4
Wyly Barnes Is running a trac-
tor for W. A. Whitson this week.
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Baptist ( hurrh Notes.
Donas (Mrcle will om*t Wed-
nesday at 8:00 o'clock with Mrs.
I»tth* Moon Circle will meet
Wednesday at .8:00 o’clock at the
The Hunts-nms meet Tuesday at
8 :80 at the church.
Mary Martha Circle will meet
with Mrs. Valentine at 8:80
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
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Card of monks.
We wish ro expr**ss to each ami
every one of our friends ami
nelghtM>rs for their love and kind-
new shown us during the serious
operation and long II Inass of
Cedi, Especially do we want to
thank tke nurses at the hospital
for their untiring services. God
slone esn ever repay each of you
for the d«**ds dona. May God’s
blessings Is* with each and every
one of you.
Ip Mrs. O. E. Boyar and Boy*.
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Miss KdUh Hhlelds, principal of
Central Ward school, was down
from her home In Vega visiting
Hereford friends Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Itanham of
Dlmmltt spent Hunday In Here*
ford visaing friends.
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Mrs. Eddie P. Hmlth end deufti-
fer. Hetty Jsnes. o4 Canyon mme
Tuesday for a few days visit with
Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. W. M.
Megert end family.
Mrs. Karl Bobbins of «b#
yon oATk* of the West Tense Gas
Company, has baan looking pftsr
the Hereford office this wash while
L. D. M^’nrdjr, loeal manager,
Mrs. Victoria Wilson, assistant, ann
p. K. Print*, field man, era Attend
fng duties In Amarillo.
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Burl KHIston was over from
Canyon Tuesday visiting hla per'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H- Wllston,
end other relstlves end friends,
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Mrs, 10. P. Oleser end oblldesn
left Tueaday for a trip to Obi*
My will s— ‘
Miss Eva 8keltoa, city dork. Is
In Ruldoso, New Mexico, this week
enjoying a short vacation. Mrs.
C. R. Bentley, stenographer of the
chamber of cotmneee, is looking
after Mlsa Skelton's duties while
she Is away.
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Mr. and Mrs. Russell McCurdy
of Orosbyton were visitors over
the week end In the home of his
brother, L. D. McOurdy, while
they were looking after land In-
terests in the Summerfield com-
flam Aldridge of Farwell was
In Hereford Tuesday visiting Artis
J. A, Buckner lias completed
the exeHVHtlou of a storage base-
ment under his brick home at 4<t0
Mast Fourth Htreet
Waldo Hampton, Jr., little ne-
phew of Mrs. A. K. Gillie, came
home with Mr. aud Mrs N. C.
Vogele Tuesday night from Dal
l&i tv -visit uis Hum fvr ■ while.
Irwin and Oliver Uebelhor of
8t. Henry, ludiana, visited old
friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hox-
man, Wednesday. They have been
touring the Yellowstone National
Park and other places of Interest
In the Northwest.
Fartuall piston and sleeve as-
sembly for I22.SU, at Bucbanan A
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Mrs. V. T. Downs and children
left Tueaday for Tulsa, Oklahoma.
wiinr iiH-jr niii > ii.ii n-intivvn ami
friends a abort time.
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Miss Flossie Bowman, who has
apent the jnimI wluter teaching in
Vernon, returned home last Frl
day to spend the summer with
her pareuta, Mr. sn dMrs. C. C
H. K. Webster of AmarUlo wot
here Monday troMactlnc baalnass
and visiting friends.
John Mc-Dou&id of Amarillo was
in Hereford Tueaday plotting bis
brother, Daps McDonald.
R. L. Davidson and family, form-
er cltlaena bare now living In
Olovla, were visitors for a short
while with home folks In Here-
ford Friday morning while anronta
for a short vacation trip with rel-
atives In Oklahoma.
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Doug Fox and Cliff Hicks re-
turned Monday night from a ten-
day fishing and outing expedition
near v reoe ana uu city, uoio-
ratio. They report nice sport and
an excellent time, although they
found anow near the highways in
the higher regions.
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W. L. Darla and family have
returned from a visit with horns
folks at Dallas and nearby points.
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Hereford Lawyers, City
and County Officials
We, the undersigned lawyers of the Hereford Bar, endorse James
W. Witherspoon, of Hereford, as a candidate for the office of Dis-
trict Attorney of the 69th Judicial District, composed of Parmer, Deaf
Smith, Oldham, Hartley, Dallam, Sherman and Moore Counties.
The Southern portion of our District has niwer had either the
Judge or District Attorney, and we believe it is entitled to one of them,
and we commend Mr. Witherspoon to the voters of thfti 'District as an
honorable man, a capable lawyer, and one who will conscientiously
and energetically discharge his duties as an officer.
W. E. DAMERON JNO. P. SLATON
JNO. A. COFFEE F. T. ROLOSON
CARL GILLILAND W. H. RUSSELL
Janies W. Witherspoon is a candidate for District Attorney for
this, the 69th Judicial District, and we, the undersigned officers of
the City of Hereford, heartily endorse his candidacy, and assure the
voters of this district that if he is elected he will do his duty in the
fffiforfwmaiit nf the criminal laws.
E. B. BLACK, Mayor.
N. E. GASS, City Commissioner.
J. D. BUCHANAN, City
EVA SKELTON, City Clerk
R. E. SATTERWHITE, City
We, the undersigned officers of Deaf Smith County, endorse
James W. Witherspoon of Hereford, for the office of District Attor-
ney for this district for which he is a candidate. Mr. Witherspoon is
a good citizen, a good lawyer, and can be depended on to do hia duty
well, and we solicit for him the support of all voters who favor an
energetic enforcement of the criminal law.
JOHN B. MILLER,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
J. M. MURCHISON, Deputy
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
L. H. FOSTER, County and
District Court CleHi
A. 0. THOMPSON,
Deputy County Clerk.
BESSIE L. SMITH,
EARL W. WILSON, County Judge
and School Superintendent.
H. M. BEACH,
JNO. A. COFFEE,
C. J. PADDOCK
Commissioner, Precinct No. 1.
W. B. PHILLIPS,
Commissioner, Precinct No. 2.
J. T. GUINN,
Commissioner, Prednrt No. 9.
W. M. STEWART,
Commissioner, Precinct No. 4.
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Kessie, R. E. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1932, newspaper, July 14, 1932; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825352/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.