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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 March 1906

WW. :; ssr?*? EsiP BRAKD Ef Kl ■ P W k.. •'• V ' I : A Ohm of Tartar PivJtr Made From Drapes It flan Jr. B. Y. P. Ü. Program. The following is the Jr. B. Y. P. U. Program for Sunday April the first 3 p. m: Reading of minutes. Leader—Elizabeth Richards. Subject—Kindness. Scripture Lesson—Eph. 4 -.26-32. Sentence'prayers closed by Supt. Solo—Emma Lee Dean. Scripture Lesson—Prov. 19 :22 ; Rome 12:10; 1st Cor. 13:4; Eph. 4:32; Col. 3:12. ^ Why should we be kind—Paper- Johnnie Estes. To whom should we be kind— Paper—Ruphus Brazil. In what ways can we show kind- ness—Paper—Iva Argo and Frank Richards. Song—Essie Smith and Mary Ella Coward. Recitation—Amy McCracken. Solo—Bessie Dean. Recitation of the 117 Psalm— Mable Cowart. Free-Will Social. The Methodist ladies' social at Mrs. J. H. Stinson's that was post- poned this week will be had next Tuesday, March 27th. « The presence of the married ladies is especially wanted from three till seven in the afternoon when a pleas- ant time will be ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

Vol. 6 HERSTORD. MARCH 30. \90t No. 1 THREE GOOD RAINS IS THE PANHANDLE RECORD FOR THIS WEEK Hi' m 1 M ■M i i JSencb tailored aioth«« MAKE NO MISTAKE Buy a suit of the well known, popular priced STERLING clothes, a perfect fitting and a well tailored garment. YOU TAKE NO RISK. Every garment fully guaranteed. Wear «Sterling Clothes and you will wear the best there is, none better. Come early and see our large stock of new Spring Clothes for men, Boys "and children. Quality and prices are right. YOU WÍK MAKE NO MISTAKE IF YOU TRADE AT & You will find in every department of our store the most complete offerings of mer- chandise we have ever yet shown. You will find ittour Millinery Department the nobbiest and latest styles of street and dress hats for ladies, misses and children and our prices are right We are not excelled in ladies' men's and children's foot ware. We have the quality, style and fit. We have the price that's the lowest. Men's and boys' hats with style and quality—t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

THE ► BRAND h:y! . Ill It has Always been the first consideration with us to give our cus- We wish to say that we are better prepared this year than ever before to supply your wants. tomeni the highest qualities and best values at reasonable prices. Our long experience in business on w r ™ . cuauiou w .ci™ w ocdv suitable lines of Farm Implements, Windmills and Vehicles for good and satisfactory use to all. We cordially JíifíSí Sit ¥v* / ilCOI?Pi! Km* nf farming tools roh«1pHng of all implements necessary to assist you in —Mwy good crops. We have the P 4 0 FARMERS SUCCESS SULKY (and a better Une of farming tools, consistingOTWunpOTeuwro PLOWS; KATYDID ROD PLOWS; CANTON DISC HARROW, in the sizes 16, plow that has been a complete success On the Plains; j ROW RIDING CORN PLANTERS; P * O WALKING PLOWS; GEORGIA STOCKS, and a wmplete line of Plowshares and ixtejs^ ^W^sellth'eJ^^IN^WAGONSjV^®H^L WAGONS; P^& O a^ENTERPRISE [PROSPEROUS CUS- TOMERS are standing WE ARE SINCERELY YOURS ■Kte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

'X íké' - v.;-in tbi hereford brabtd . ••••• . , . i—1 ' • • ' . ■ Bfc Q. A. F. PARKER, President Capital Stock $50,000.00 J. L. SMITH, Vice-President ROSS W. DAVIS, Cashier Surplus and Profits $16,655.02 o m If': m?;1 v ,í,j p j||g¿. IK*Vi ¿ 1 Hi CONDENSED STATEMENT OF OF HEREFORD, TEXAS At the close of business, March 14th, 1906 Loans and Overdrafts . $222,819.13 U. S. Bonds and Premiums ...* 51,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Other Real Estate Owned NONE Redemption Fund 2,500.00 CASH AND EXCHANGE 119,782.28 $402,201.41 Capital -Stock .♦... $ 50,000.00 Surplus and Profits (net) ,. 16,655,02 Circulation 50,000.00 Re-Discounts NONE DEPOSITS: Individual .285,420.11 Banks 126.28 285,546,39 $402,201.41 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1, 1903 Deposits, January 1st, 1904 $51,300.62 Deposits, July 1st, 190^.... ... $55,959.21 Deposits, January 1st, 1905 $90,016.08 Deposits, July 1st, 1905 $104,628.68 Deposits, January 1st, 1906 ... $220,466.42 Deposits now,.. $285,546.39 BOA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

—77T " '• \ The panhandle Christian College •n the Tierra the Lead We Dormitory to ?«** * e committee recently ape ■k ■Bp to let the contract for painting the college dormitory has been delayed somewhat in iti work, first, by the unfavorable weather and secondly, from the fact that the funds at their command were not adequate to com plete the work in accordanoe with the original plans. With this in view, a subscription list was circu- lated among the business men Mon- day morning and a sufficient amout of money, in connection with the funds already on hand, was raised to make the dormitory by far the pret- tiest home in this city. The contract has been given to B. C. Griggs of (his city who will apply two coats of lead ^nd oil to the body and one coat to the roof In this connection the committee wishes to thaa| those who so freely and liberally donated of their means. So ready was the response that it was not necessary to go all the way around to raise the desired amount; but we are...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

THS HEREFORD BRAND €) A, Have just received three carloads of inPLEMENTS, WAGONS and BUGGIES. You shpuld not fail to see our No. 30 and No. 35 NEW DEERE LISTERS and PLANTERS, DEERE DISC.PLOWS and HARROWS. Also the AVERY TORNADO DISC HARROW and CULTIVATOR and Celebrated "MR. BILL" LISTER and PLANTER. We also sell the "STUDEBAKER" WAGONS, which have a reputation for long life and light draft from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Our stock of WINDMILL PIPE and CASING and WELL SUPPLIES is complete. The~LEADER WINDMILL is the wood mill that will never need repainting. The "SAMSON" is the strongest steel mill built, therefore, will stand the test of the highest wind. Remember we are in a position to handle your business in anything you need in the Hardware and implement line and will appreciate your trade. Come and see us. We always take pleasure in showing our goods. I o o i YOURS TRULY I TWO GREAT FORAGE CROPS Farm and Ranch Gives Interesting Figures' Pertaining to the Growth of Corn and Ka...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

TU bbwobd braid '""Af&sShJíaur Entered April 17, 1901, m *ooo¡I nwQ matter, poit offlce «t HtwM, T«s, - Act oí Congrew oí March 3, 1M . Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY Uf ADVAHCK FRIDAY, MARCH 30,1906 r r ANNOUNCEMENTS. [All candidate for County and District offices will be changed $10 tor announce- ments; for precinct, $5, payable invariably in advance.] For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL For District Judge: J. N. BROWNING \ IRA WEBSTER m Deal Smith County. For County Judge: |W. H. RUSSELL. •For County and District Clerh: W. M. COGDELL. J. H. KING. A. J. OLIVER J. W. ENGLISH For Sheriff: J. T. INMON. E. F. CONNELL. J. H. TURNBOW R. W. BAIRD ForlTax Assessor: J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. L. E. COBB For County Tressurer: BERN H. SMITH. L. A. SIMFSON F. R. PURCELL CHAS. E. SMITH W- Uf . ■ Castro County For ' and District Clerh: __JAR S. IRELAND For Tax Assessor: W. S. DIXON. For County Treasurer: S. I. LEE For sheriff snd tax collector : I. O. JACKSON While we l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

* Be Ready a Pretty New Hat •si Easter this year comes April 15th, which is neither very late or extremely early. It is a marked date for the wearing of new hats. If it is something new and fashionable you want we have it. If you want the BEST at money sav- ing prices, we have it. Millinery in all its •lovely creations at 4 • ú I t! - • • BILL Dealer in Panhandle Farms, Ranches and HEREFORD CITY PROPERTY We can furnish you some of the choicest bargains to be found anywhere in the west. The following affidavit shows up- on what terms I propose to do business: THE STATE OF TEXAS 1 County of Deaf Smith / Before me, W. H. Russell, County Judge in and for said County, State of Texas, on this day personally appeared J. W. (Bill) Head who is to me well known, and who, after being by me duly sworn, deposes and says that he is in the land business for the purpose of selling land in the Panhandle of Texas on a commission of five (5) per cent and that he positively will not sell land for any a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

1 .1 '• THE HEREFORD BRAND ===== . I tar m i • *1 ■ i If so, then compare the prices asked you with our prices for the same lands. You will find the comparison greatly to your advantage, as in many instances we can save you from $1.00 to $2.50 per acre :■ -v ' • ••• ¿ : h'U We are selling lands strictly at the owner's price—nothing' added h* sell on a five per cent commission—NO MORE, NO LE5S fe,' REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS m , y' INA ITEMS -— Mias Minnie Burton visited in Texico Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Mersfelder went up to Hereford on Monday afternoon's train. " \ " Sheriff J. T. Inmon passed through Bovina Friday eve on bis way home from a trip down in New Mexico. The new schedule of the P. V. R. R. makes us get up a little too early to suit us, if we meet the train. R. W. Baird of Hereford was In our little city a couple of days this week shaking hands with the boys and looking for votes, we guess. Tom Stallings is the most pleas- ant looking man in Bovina. Th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

V: * i&f&p ■ I YOU INTERESTED Are you interested in getting just what you want in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, COAL, LUMBER, COTTON SEEDCAKE and everything else used on a farm or ranch? If so, you will never be disappointed at our store. Our stock in all the above lines is complete and our prices can't help but interest you. V V • • ' Come to see us. Bovina mi 60. Bovina, Texas wmmmmmm* |p*r-; • • >4 lifer." 'llr% First Class- Ours is the most up-to-date transfer ever put on in Here- ford. If you n^ed the proof, give us a trial and be con- vinced. 'Phone 87. W. T. SMITH Proprietor ■ MwM ncrete THERE'S MONEY IN IT We equip complete plants or furnish individual molds. «The Crouch System" fully covered by United States Patents. No iron or wood'pallets. : Crouch System Stone Machine Company MFICHTTA, KAN. j T. HICKS, and i Attorney. Schute FORGET THAT I AM IN hereford; i am ar ex- riWed photo- „ and that 1 guarahVr satisfAC" the hereford brard Birthday Party. The many friends of Miss...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

TBI HEREFORD BRAND wmmm$ *" </* miffl&ÍSMíA AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $2,000,000.00 ites Congress for the District of Columbia JKdH HEREFORD, TEXAS CO. W. E. ROBERTSON, Qeneral Agent i 1 I. M ■' 1 II I . == S====^^ These mines are located 18 miles northeast of Hermosillo City, on the great lime and porphyry belt, which traverses the State of Sonora from south to north, extending into the territory of Arizona. On this great zone are the v.y*.. .,, ,■ , .. great copper and silver mines which have made the names of Sonora and # «Jzona famous, Jerome, Bisbee, Placentas Nocasara, La Verde, Sultana, La Copete, Mina, Grande, and many others, yet these mines are but a beginning of the prospecting of this mineral belt. The Los Angeles mines, located in the heart of this famous zone, have the added advantage of many facilities close at hand, which these older miners were obliged to obtain at enormous expense. The fact that this property has been held for many years by Mexicans, who, unable to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAND IX ltMa#AsaA(Amial ft BMAlmAAA ftálf^A Professional 4 Business cans S. J. DODSON, LL. M. Law amd Collections officb8 at residenc* Hereford, - t Texas JNO.. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. C. G. Wlherspoon W. Claude Wlhtrspoon C. 0. Withcrspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'s Lands GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Lóans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C. L. Davis C. B. O.xendlne H. H. Hawkins HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY DEALERS IN City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. HARVEY CASH real estate deader and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas O BARTON & MILLER Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. W. B. BOYD v Attorney-at-Law - office with barto...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 30 March 1906

' Educational Column. mm K&Sir A 1 <>. Improves the flavor and adds to the health- fulness of the food. ©Si Christian Endeavor. Following it the Christian En- deavor program for April 1st, 1906: Topic—Lives that endure. Leader—Rev. Wooten. Song. Scripture—Mat 7:24-25; 1 Cor. 3:10-15; Eph. 2;19-22; 1 Tim. 6:17-19; 2 Tim. 2 :Í4-19. ' Song. Talk on lesson by leader. Prayer. Paper—How does the enduring life begin?—Miss Minnie Tygret. ' Recitation—Miss Jessie Wright. Song. What best daily sustains an endur- ing life—Maud Miller. What will crown an enduring life at the end?—Mrs. Barnett. General discussion led by Miss Ida Kibbe and closed by John Herod. Soiig. Roll call—Members please re- spond with a verse. Song. Benediction. ' Aid Wanted for Japan. We are requested by Superinten- dent Robt. Humphrey of the Pres- byterian Sunday School to request the superintendents of the- other Sunday Schools Of the town to take a special collection for the famine- stricken people of Japan on...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

o t 1 . APRIL 6, 190« Vol. 6 No. 8 1 1-2 INCH RAINFALL IN THIS [ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY = <. '' Is it not a fact that you will find the most complete and up-to-date stock of high- class merchandise at Mount & Williams'? You are invited to carefully investigate our stock and prices before you buy. If you need Dry Goods, come to see us. Our stock is large and complete. Our line of Dress Goods is new and up-to-date. If you need Hats, ladies', misses' or children's, you will find we have the latest and nobbiest of the season and at prices that will save you money. All kinds of Laces and Embroideries at lowest prices. A large and complete stock of Patterns and Fashion Plates just received. Pat- terns, 10c. Our stock of footwear for men, women and children in high and low quarters can't be beat. We have the latest and best. If you need Clothes, the Sterling Brand leads in quality, style and fit. Our stock is complete; men's t>oys! or children's. Men's and boys' Hats, all styles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

i yi'tf wa%^'i pynwpy yi«Ti v *¡*-r\)^)■ ) i !>)J ) l ;. ) )> ; / rrrr & MmÉKP J I Jfo r" ■■■■HI Hi bsm SKg^; IBm IK:-' ::f; Bfyffi é í: '-.- §i:r' BwsX fct ' 3 : TJBSS We with to My that we are better prepared this year than ever before to supply your wants. It has always been the first consideration with us to give our cus- : qualities and best values at reasonable prices. Our long experience in business on the Plains has enabled us to select the tornera the suitable lines'of Farm line of farming tools, best and most its, Windmills and Vehicles for good and satisfactory use to all. We cordially invite you to call and inspect our large and complete of ail implements necessary to assist you in making good crops. We have the P & O FARMERS SUCCESS SULKy (and a better plow was never made); THE FAMOUS EASY RUNNING GOODENOUGH SULKY PLOWS; KATYDID ROD PLOWS; CANTON DISC HARROW, in the sizes 16, 18 and ao inch disc; DRAG HARROWS, in 50 and 60 tooth sizes; THE MOLOTE DISC PLOW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

- , (PBL.. , vkil &'■*'.?"•> I>'"rV"*f -M ■ "}.-**■: •- ;:,. rf>;t ' ' v Jft - Agfef, i V; . . y ^ - •:.. *! fc. w-r^fí' y.<$ rA>'& ■% TT?^"FOItPB^p IT: tpHA ' * l,* -1 1 , ROSS W. DAVIS, ice-President Cashier •• ' t M ission. ichers are in tomorrow at of both the 3001 being in on which will eeting is the iraer Normal >y most of the trict, will be At any rate, íade for it by iott and their ally fond of hgly anxious ainers of the gates in the heir Summer hier. of the di- em National ton who hád lookkeeper in last several the place of :hange being :he increased ras falling to )ung man <pf ood business ves every bit and responsi- olace carries tn nnt* his ale. f good horses nr sale at a my wagon 2tf 7wpnTT«nw J 1 ctive firti- thp i ■ I fruit inta- elled est- tVlA . I Capital Stock $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits $16,655.02 m CONDENSED STATEMENT OF j _ 'xj 'rJm OF HEREFORD, TEXAS At the close of business, March 14th, 1906 -'w « I Loans and Overdrafts - $222,8...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

m m mi I| ■ 7AXF MEO Istaraatlag Facta abMt tfca Cuitare and Hamatbc of tka Klat of ranea Ciaya. That the time of year for the planting of the usual Panhandle crops is now near at hand we re- produce below a discussion of facts pertaining to Pwarf Milo Maize* written by J. J. Edgerton for Paria & Ranch. We belive that if the farmers of this and adjoining counties will follow up the plans as herein outlined, a decided increase in the production of all the forages will be witnessed, for the same principle will apply to them all: "One of the best crops for West Texas is the Dwarf Yellow .Milo, commonly called maize. While 1 , value, and consequently appreciated at more nearly its real worth were it more generally grown, harvested and cared for as it should be. By reason of the fact that it is not generally handled properly, the full value of this important crop has not been generally discovered. I find the impression to be very general throughout this territory that the Milo is of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAID ' - 1 Have just received three carloads of lílPLEMENTS, WAQONS and BUGGIES. You should not fall to 30 and No. 35 NEW DEERE LISTERS and PLANTERS, DEERE DISC PLOWS and HARROWS. Also the TORNADO DISC HARROW and CULTIVATOR and Celebrated see our No. AVERY "MR. BILL" LISTER and PLANTER. We also sell the "STUDEBAKER" WAQONS, which have a reputation for-long life and light draft from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Our stock of WINDMILL PIPE and CASINO and WELL SUPPLIES is complete. The LEADER WINDMILL is the wood mill that will never need repainting. The "SAMSON" is the strongest steel mill built, therefore, will stand the test of the highest wind. Remember we are in a position to handle your business in anything you need in the Hardware and implement line and will appreciate your trade. Come and see us. We always take in showing our goods. pleasure YOURS TRULY M .. . ► & Are you a Judicious Business Man? If so you will not al- low your property to remain uninsured. Af...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

THE Ufesrat BKA1ID id J. MAT 1. will go to Amarillo Friday m time lor the Saturday « Entered April 17, HOl^- . j Subscription Price $1.00 per T« STRICTLY A0T1 FRIDAY, APRIL 6/1906 announcements [AB candidates for Cowtfy and District offices will be charged $10 fw meats; for precinct, $5, payable invariably in advance.] For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL For District Judge: J. N. BROWNING IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County. For Connty Judge: fcwTH. RUSSELL. For County and District Clerk: W. M. COGDELL. J. H. KING. A. J. OLIVER J. W. ENGLISH For Sheriff: J. T. INMON. E. F. CONNELL. J. H. TURNBOW R. W. BAIRD For .Tax Assessor: J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. L. E. COBB For County Tressurer: BERN H. SMITH. L. A. SIMPSON P. R. PURCELL v CHAS. E. SMITH W:- Castro County . 1 For County and District Clerk: EDGAR S, IRELAND For Tax Assessor s W. S. DIXON. For County Treasurer: S. L LEE For sheriff and tax collector: I. O. JACKSON Judging from the numerous gins which are being constructed In ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 6 April 1906

THE nUNU BRAID :% * Dealer i hes and We can. furnish you some of the choicest bargains to be found anywhere in rae west. The following affidavit shows up- rhat terms I propose to do business: THFSTATE OF TEXAS \ County of Deaf Smith I commiision of five (5) per cent and that he positively will not sell land for any amount above the list price. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of February W. H. Russell, County Ju j. W. (Box^Head. idge Deaf Smith County, Te If you have lands for sale or if you wish a bargain, see me BILL HEAD, THE LAND MAN HEREFORD, TEXAS 640 «.bargain, about It. See L. The best workshirt in for SOcts at My rick's. The best hat for the "Beaver" at Myrick's Gough m the world Stf price the 5tf and soft 7tf Call 81 for the blst hard ) wheat flour. Barnard & Co. For anything in the monument line call on Wm. M. Cogdcll. 7tf Mrs. R. L. Ball was quite sick Thursday, but is better today. You can find pictures to suit you In all sises at the Webb brick at the...

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