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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

^ip¡ I ■ vV,£y; •.'* , *'y ' •. v >... *" ••■•. * ÜM fflS HEREFORD BRAND • •••••• They are the BE5T VALUES for the PRICE ever brought to Hereford. Come In and look them oyer. ' Their QUALITY and PRICE tell the whole toiy. fP ÉÍOTÍ t _ ^ .., JlE'STI C R WG E S The LIFE PRESERVERS for the LADIES. The BEST RANOES made, REOARDLESS of PRICE. Our pride and pleasure to show them. H L ORO N A PTHOLEU MNTp I P The DIP that SAT1SF1FS the CATTLEMEN and the ITCH-RIDDEN CATTLE. In 5 GALLON TINS ITCH-RIDDEN RRELSat SEVENTYC at EIQHTY CENTS per gallon, (¡Iff .■ ■ <• PANHANDLE ACQUISITION Chicago's Most Beautiful Woman to make her Home on the Plains. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Farwell who have large interests in the X I T Ranch and whose home is in Chicago will soon move to Channing for their permanent home. In speaking of their move, the Chicago American has the following "(Chicago society is to lose Mr. and Mrs. Walter Farwell. They have sold their .house, 47 Bellevue place, and will make their ra...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

m 11 TBS HEREFORD BRAND i*' "ti ' i'Oír' i f H .¿L-MW-'.-.-v . "V., -«fVT ■- • - , \T* ' ' V"v^^P?S'...',i • • ■ ••■• *r -V < : víy> - • 4 3. 4 « .. I III • ===== , -I • and is the King of light draft machines. . The harvest season is near at hand and you should not fall to examine the many merits of the Deering Binder before placing your order for á machine. Our stock of Cul- tivators was never more complete/than it is this season. We are showing eight styles of these machines. The Elk and LUcky Jim balance frame styles are especially popular. Come and inspect them. We are headquarters for Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Stoves. Make our store yeur headquarters when in town. GARRISON t Aré you a Judicious Business Man? If so you will not al- low your property to remain uninsured. After the flames ap- pear and sweep away your possessions, it is tlien too late to figure on insurance. New is the time, and my 13 Old Line Companies are anxious to carry your risk. See me at once at th...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

April IT, po*o««.at Congress of ^' JL Jk Jk. Jk* Jk. Jk M. Mk* Mk' Jk Jk Jk JtL At Jk: Jk -t iption Price $1.00 per Year strictly ik advance Hreft fe;'; I FRIDAY, MAY *39, 1906 announcements. (All candidates for County and District offices will be charged $10 for announce manta; for precinct, $S, payable invariably in advance, For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL F« District Judge: J. MÍ BROWNING IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County. For County Judge: WTH. RUSSELL. For County and District Clerk: W. M. COGDELL. J. H. KING. A. J. OLIVER J. W. ENGLISH For Sheriff: *W': 111 J. T. INMON. E. F. CONNELL. j. b. TURNBOW R. W. BAIRD For Tax Assessor: J. W. FORD. C. E. EDWARDS. L. E. COBB For County Treasurer: L. A. SIMPSON P. R. PURCELL I CHAS. E. SMITH For County Commissioner Prec. No. 3: J. R. ARMSTRONG For Commissions Predirt No. 2 Castro Cocmty For County and District Clerk : EDGAR S..IRELAND HARVEY CASH por Tax Assessor: W. S. DIXON. For County Treasurer: T. Á.TÜRÍÍBOW For sheriff snd t...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

bbbpshb1 I Y! i ¡«til «I I; s 1 O. A. F. Pi J. L. SMITH, | Vice-President l Condensed Statement of ROSS W. DAVIS, OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the dose of business, April 24th, 1906 RESOURCES Loans - - - - 1*30,435,34 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Redemption Fund . - 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 86,278.20 •376,313.54 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits (Net) 18,308.38 Circulation - - - 50,000.00 DEPOSITS: individual $251,005.18 Banks - 6,999/98 258,005,16 $376,313 54 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY ist, 1903 Deposits, January 1st, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, July 1st, 1905 - $104,628.68. Deposits, July ist, 1904 - - $55,959-21- Deposits, January xst, 1906 -$220,466.42. Deposits, Junuary ist, 1905 - $90,016.08. Deposits, Now ----- $258,005.16. Wo now have in stock a car of Flour, 2 cars of Sugar and Syrup—in fact our stock-of both Staple and Fancy Groceries is complete in every detail We wish to announce to the trade that w...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

í- = 11AID W ?<S' BS.VS. It Pays US to give our customers the benefits of the OWNER'S LOWEST PRICE. It pays PROSPECTORS and INTESTOFS to BUY through us. We can save you ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ from $1.00 to $2.50 per acre. Our sales since last report aggregate ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ $152,067.40 WE ARE SELLING LANDS STRICTLY AT THE OWNER'S PRICE- NOTHING ADDED j*" :8 'i We sell on a five per cent commission—NO MORE, NO LE55 REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS ALFALFA my- K.:; Jell Known Dealer Talks of Cut- ting, Curing and Baling. The following article prepared for the Kansas City Drovers' Telegram by J. T. Woolsey, an alfalfa expert, ¿Ives interesting facts about this 'forage: Lying with your request to a series of "Hay Talks" permit me to say 1 believe the best and most valuable hay, or rough feed, of the present age is alfalfa, and my advice to fanners is to raise more alfalfa, to make more money, to buy more land, to raise more al- falfa;^ make more money to buy more land. The demand for alfalfa is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

f - ■ Má I. Orr, I wish to in- vite my friends and the public to c*l| oil me when in need of anything in my line. I shall keep at all times a complete as- sortment of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- deavor to treat every- body right. .v YOURS FOR BUSINESS J. D. CURTSINflER FIRST While we endeavor to make our prices as low as possible on every article we sell, yet our primary and constant en- deavor is to see that each and every article is first class, of its kind, before allowing it to leave my store. Remember that Saddles,. Bridles, Harness, and Hand- Made Boots are here foi you in great profusion X , J. A. Canterbury 1; ...ovil... Livery Stable We take pleasvre in call- ing the public's attention to our ne# Livery Stable and the splendid manner in which we can now serve the people in chir line. We have the best carriages and teams which money can pro- ) cure. We ask you to call when we can serve you. Yours for business P. D. MERSFELDEJl Bovina, Texas teaMktttfiiiiiUMilaiK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

¿V- v.... V''f" -7'.. mjtf *•" $* «**■*** <• ^"■'V ;y. ™ .t On account of having to give possession of the building which I now occupy, I am dos- out to quit business. All my stock including the following will be sold for cost and carriage. PENCILS, TABLETS, BOOKS, SLATES, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, ENAMELWARE, TOILET SETS, FIRE WORKS, DOLLS, CANDIES, NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS, TOYS o S. R. S. HEREFORD TEXAS BR P|f E|pl !WM; ■ ^fl;4 $1É " C. W. B. M. Notes. "Go ye into all the world." The next meeting of the C. W. B, M. auxiliary will be at the church, Thursday Juhe 7,at 4 p. m. Special literature has been ordered and an interesting program will be rendered. Lack of interest in mission work is largely due to a lack of informa- tion on the subject. A deeper in- sight into the world's awful destitu- tion and need would certainly tend to quicken within every true follower of the Master a deeper sense of ob- ligation and responsibility and ul- timately result in renewed activity along...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

mmy ™ rr ■•■Tfjt ^^Sff^'ww . TBX ppX^FORD BRAHD -AT-LAW W. Caude Wlhertpooa 0. Wltherspeos * Sm Dealers la Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on abort notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- elusive agents (or Western Union Land Co.'s Lands GRAVES A ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford. Texas. C. L. Davis C. B. Oxcndlne 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. $ 1 M I $4 HARVEY CASH real estate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas B. W. MILLER & SON Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. l£4 W. B. BOYD Attorney-at-Law office in schrimsher building Hereford, Texas C.F. KERR Dealer in Real Estate and Livestock Unequaled bargains in Deaf Smith and Castro County Lands. Prop- erty rendered and taxes paid for non-residents : i : . : : : Dimmitt, Texas GEO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 25 May 1906

Notice of Sheriff'* Sale. aj'ÍC )!.: By virtue of an execution iu out of the Honorable County O of Deaf Smith County, Texas, the 9th day of April, 1906, by Clerk thereof, in the cace of áfomble versu Add-Ran Colle tfo. 90, and tb me a« She . directed and del.vered, I will pro- ceed to Mil within the hour* pre- scribed by law for Sheriffs sales, on the first Tuesday in June, A. D m Improves the flavor and adds to the health- fulness of the food. Furniture Sale. We call special attention to the half page ad of £. B. Black which appears in thi« issue. Mr. Black now has the best stock of furniture the writer has ever seen in a town the' size ef Hereford and in this sale he proposes to make it to the interest of everyone needing furniture to place his order. The prices which Mr. Black is giving in connection with the high quality of his goods will be a great saving to those who need to buy furniture. Big Orchard. While in the city a itw days ago, W. M. Smith of near Dimmitt gave out the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

^ ■iWHPSfftP1 ■•«Ji^'ipilip t<- ; ' . • • ■' : • _^:ÍV • - ■ kf . *2 Vol. 6 HER] THE PANHANDLE COUNTRY . - t ■. ■ ■■*< • V ••• '«■ m -i r líi&üiá JUNE 1.1906 h-j No. 16 FOR GOOD ; I That you can always find the best Merchandise at the lowest price at our store. We want your.trade and want it bad. We are going after it with quality and price. We believe we are going to get it. We only ask you to investigate and we believe we will win. We always have some very special bargains for you. We are going to offer at cost, until closed out, our entire line of Ladies' Shirt Waists, and Ladies' Dress Skirts; we are also offering at special bargain prices Laces, Lace Curtains, White Quilts, Ladies' and Misses' Corsets and Girdles; also another lot of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers at less than cost. When you need anything in Clothing, Men's Boys' and Children's, don't forget that our Closing Out Sale will save you big money, besides you get the best. YOURS ■ ' 1 I E& *■'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

s They are the BEST VALU and to Hereford, Come In and look them over, the whole story. HE G R EAT MAJESTIC RANGES The LIFE PRESERVERS h>r the LADIES. The BEST RANGES made, REQARDLESS of PRICE. Our pride and pleasure to show them. CHLORO NAPTHOLEUM DIP The DIP that SATISFIFS the CATTLEMEN and the ITCH-RIDDEN CATTLE. In 5 GALLON TINS at EIGHTY CENTS per GALLON. In BARRELS at SEVENTY CENTS per gallon CHICAGO LADY'S IMPRESSION. Kir' K j > ; Mrs. S. P. Colby Tells Her Home Paper oí Her Recent. Visit to the Panhandle. It i* indeed pleasing to note the deep and favorable impression which the Panhandle country is making upon people from every conceivable point of the compass. We give be- low the impression of Mrs. S. P. Colby of Chicago, Illinois, which was made on her after a three weeks' sojourn in Hereford and which was published in one of her home papers of wide circulation: It may interest some of The Plain- dealer readers to learn of that sec- tion of Texas, commonly known as th...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

THB HEREFORD 9RAHD m • - and is the King of light draft machines. The harvest season is near at hand and you should not fail to examine the many merits of the Deering Binder before placing your order for a machine. Our stock of Cul- tivators was never more complete than it is this season. We are showing eight styles of these machines. The Elk and Lucky Jim balance frame styles are especially popular. Come and inspect them. We are headquarters for Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Stoves. Make our store your headquarters when in town. GARRISON t Are you a Judicious Business Man? If so you will not al- low your property to remain uninsured. After the flames ap- pear and sweep away your possessions, it is then too late to figure on insurance. Now is the time, and my 13 Old Line Companies are anxious to carry your risk. See me at once at the office of C. G. Witherspoon & Son. B. H. Smith Hereford, Texas WE WflHT 101 BUSINESS Our constant endeavor is to, please all who trade at our store,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

ras Hereford brafd The Brand J. RAY m, COMPANY - J. RAT. ■Hilgl Entered April 17, 1§0L_u «•Ü -Mttw, port o«c« Hereford, T«*m, Act of Coagreas of March 3, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY I* ADVARCK FRIDAY, JUNE x, 1906 •; . # .. V. • ANNOUNCEMENTS. [All candidates for County and District •Sees will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for precinct, $S, payable invariably in advance.] For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL Por District Judge: J. N. BROWNING IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County. *■* Fox County Judge: wé h« r 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 County Treasurer: L. A. SIMPSON P. R. PURCELL CHAS. E, SMITH For County Commissioner Free. No. 3: J. R. ARMSTRONG Por Commissioner Precint No. 2 T. M. PALMER Castro County 1 For County Judge: M. F. BARBER For County and District Clurk: S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

HEREFORD BRAID A- :■ y '' fe" I t ÍG. A. V. PARKER, President. J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement of ROSS W. DAVIS, Cashier. The Western National Bank OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, April 24th, 1906 RESOURCES Loans .... $230,435,34 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,500.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Redemption Fund - - 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 86,278.20 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits (Tiet) Circulation - DEPOSITS: Individual $251,005.18 Banks - 6,999.08 $376,3i3-54 $50,000.00 18,308.38 50,000.00 258,005,16 $376,313.54 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY ist, 1903 Deposits, January ist, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, July ist, 1905 - $104,628.68. Deposits, July ist, 1904 - - $55,959.21. Deposits, January ist, 1906 -$220,466.42. Deposits, Junuary zst, 1905 - $90,016.08. Deposits, Now $258,005.16. 640 a bargain. See L. Gough about it. 49tf List your land's with Slade & Bassett at Amarillo, Texas. 43-tf Special bargains in our 10 and 15 c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

: M&vi ' w # SkI^I ft ■ i „., taM ■H n —JÉf/,': Hi§ H ■EjÉ WSiéAm H -J mm It Pays US to give our customers the benefits of the OWNER'S LOWEST PRICE. It pays PROSPECTORS and INTESTORS to BUY through us. We can save you from $1.00 to $2.50 per acre. >[ Our sales since last report aggregate - - $152,067.40 -NOTHING ADDED e sell on a five per cent commission—NO MORE, NO LESS REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS w w A Little Figuring. We have often heard the state- ment made on our streets that alfalfa «ill not grow a profitable crop on the upland of the plain*, and only a few years ago, there were many who would not believe it could be successfully grown even on our sub- irrigated land; but the experiences of the past year or so have forever set at rest the minds of all the doubting Thomases along this line. While there are many nice alfalfa farms on the uplands of Deaf Smith and Castro Counties, we haven't yet visited one which is quite as good as that belonging to Robert Humph...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

BM Public nnouncement msiness of E. j. Orrj I wish to in- vite my friends and the public to call on me when in need of anything in my line. 1 shall keep at all times a complete as- sortment of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- deavor to treat every- body right. .'. .*. .*. YOURS FOR BUSINESS J. D. CURTSINOER QUALITY. FIRST While we endeavor to make our prices as low as possible on every article we sell, yet our primary and constant en- deavor is to see that each and every article is first class, of its kind, before allowing it to leave my store. Remember that Saddles, Bridles, Harness, and Hand- Made Boots are here foi you in great profusion J. A. Canterbury '■V-o > ...OUR... Livery Stable We take pleasvre in call- ing the public's attention to our new Livery Stable and the splendid manner in which we can now serve the people in our line. We have the best carriages and teams which money can pro- cure. We ask you to call when we can serve you. Yours for business P. D. MERSF...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

NtTHIRTY 7w: '.'tí PMPRHÜR THE HEREFORD BRAFD -•: •••^viStf ' iliilttlMri ^ iii ''"• '.V# it mi &'f.\ Ji;; (BHSW í mm W: p>Z'i\K t-'A ••'. '&,,>■■ fe-\ i&v • '</ . On account of having to give possession of the building which I now occupy, I am clos- out to quit business. All my stock including the following will be sold for cost and carriage. PENCILS, TABLETS, BOOKS, SLATES, CHIN A WARE, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, ENAMELWARE, TOILET SETS, FIRE WORKS, DOLLS, CANDIES, NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS, TOYS ue at # <* HEREFORD TEXAS Hereford'* Pleasure Retort. Among the places which are des- tined to become popular as resorts for the pleasure-seekers, is Sulphur Park on the Jowell ranch east of town. The splendid groves of shade trees, combined with the deep- water lakes, affords excellent op- portunity for picnicking and fishing. Then there are the sulphur springs whose waters, by analysis, show a large percentage of medicinal prop- erties. The owners, Messrs Gough, Irwin and Co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 1 June 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAND good to eat at Bar- JHO. P. SL^TON Hereford, Jeaas. 9 - .-rJtA C. G. Wlherspoon W. Grade Wlherspoon ,.ai , . 1* C. 0. Wit her spoon ft Soa Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice, kinds of stenographic work done. Ex* elusive agents for Wetter* Union Land Co.'s Lands GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C 1. Davis C. B. Oxendine H. H. Hawkins HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY DBALBKS IN City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all bubi- ness entrusted to us. HARVEY CASH real estate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas B. W. MILLER & SON Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. W. B. BOYD Attorney-at-Law office in schrimsher building Hereford, Texas C. F. KERR Dealer in Real Estate and Livestock Unequaled bargains in Deaf Smith Castro Count; erty rendered and _ nequaled —.—.—. and Castro C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 8 June 1906

ras Itfttfó&Muib É&r For SATISFACTORY SERVICE and DURABILITY have never been EQUALED In the harvest field. The Hot Air Artist will tell you that his binder is just as good as the McCORMICK, but when you put them in the field in actual service the McCORMICK ALWAYS LEADS THE BUNCH. We have them in 6-ft., 7-ft. and 8-ft. cuts. We also carry a full line of McCormick Mowers, Rakes, Twine, Oils and Repairs. = PARK. SULPHUR Deaf Smith's Beautiful Resort At- tracting Guests from Other States. In company with two of the own- ers, Messrs Gough and Irwin, a Brand representative was accorded the privilege of taking an outing at Sulphur Park east of town this week. The editor of this paper never grows weary in viewing beautiful scenery and hence was exceedingly thankful when he received the kind invitation from the gentlemen named above to enjoy a few hours with them. A short drive of only thirty minutes brought us to the spot which is destined to become the most noted health and pleasur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 8 June 1906

V'f i .r~v y;-: THE HEREFORD BRAND and is the King of light draft machines. The harvest season is near at hand and you should not fail to examine the many merits of the Deering Binder before placing your order for a machine. Our stock of Cul- tivators was never more complete than it is this season. We are showing eight styles of these machines. The Elk and Lucky Jim balance frame styles are especially popular. Come and inspect them. We are headquarters for Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Stoves. Make our store your headquarters when in town. ,a fritó.- 1 WtS* - • ■yE 4 W: - 'J- " Í'4 Are you a Judicious Business Man? If so you will not al- low your property to remain uninsured. After the flames ap- pear and sweep away your possessions, it is then too late to figure on insurance. Now is the time, and my 13 Old Line Companies are anxious to carry your risk. See me at once at the office of C. G. Witherspoon & Son. B. H. Smith Hereford, Texas =4* &' Our constant endeavor is to plea...

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