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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

8f9K UGGIES, SURREYS AND HACKS We can suit you with the NOBBIEST Rubber Tired Run- abouts in the city. Come in and look them over for they cannot be equalled ánywhere for STYLE, DURABILITY and PRICE >' >: X STRINGFELLOW-HUME HARDWARE Milo Maize Fed Hogs. The Panhandle section of Texas is rapidly coming into prominence as a producer of choice hogs and the prosperity in that part of the state it in a large measure due to the prominence of the swine industry. That section of the state is the na- tural home of the milo maize plant as it grows to perfection there, and this product is ideal for the fatten- of hogs. ké Fort Worth Live Stock Re- porter in a late issue roports the sale of a top notcher bunch of hogs in in the Panhandle country and . shed on milo maize. That pa- per gives the opinion of the grower of the hogs as to the feeding and the value of this product as follows: * 'From my experience I would not pay a penny a ton more for Indian corn for hog feeding purposes than ...

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 — 20 July 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAND mi .. jr. leris 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 m # I l' NEW STEAM LAUNDRY The Work of Erecting Buildings and Placing Machinery Begun. For some weeks past the Brand has been telling its readers of a new steam laundry which was to be es- tablished in Hereford. But because of the fact that wofk was not com- menced immediately after this an- nouncement, some_ seemed to treat the .proposed enterprise as a joke, not stopping to realize that laun- dries, as well as all other great en- terpris...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

HAT A C< '••' J. RAY, m r m': r"';v mj's Entered April 11, 01, mail matter, post office at Hereford, T« Act of Congress of Mareb 3, 1379. r" ' . ' Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in ADVANCE FRIDAY, JULY ao, 1906 ANNOUNCEMENTS. [AH candidates for County and DUtrict office will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for precinct, $5, payable invariably in advance.] For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL For District Judge: J. NT. BROWNING IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County. For County Judge: W. B. RUSSELL. If«r County and District Clerk: W. M. COGDELL. J. H. KING. 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 Treasurer: L. A. SIMPSON tP. R. PURCELL . .. CHAS. E. SMITH For County Commissioner Free. No. 3: J.R.ARMSTRONG For Commissioner Vrecint No. 2 T. M. PALMER For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: W. D. KELÍEHOR Castro County xa mc uui lurcc laauca ut Brand have appeared three...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

■ - :• TBI HEREFORD BRAVO .. ¿ « i. 0. A. F. PARKER, President. J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement of F. B. PULLER, Cashier. Western National Bank OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, July 18th, 1906 RESOURCES • Loans .... $362,685.47 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,000.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Other Real Estate - - 3,222.98 Redemption Fund . . 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 71,676.85 $396,685.30 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits (Net) Dividends Unpaid Circulation - DEPOSITS: Individual $275,574.32 Banks 392.69 $50,000.00 20,466.29 252.00 50,000.00 275,967.01 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY ist, 1903 Deposits, January ist, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, July ist, 1905 Deposits, July ist, 1904 - - $55>959«2i. Deposits, Junuary ist, 1905 - $90,016.08. DEPOSITS NOW Deposits, January ist, 1906 Deposits, July ist, 1906 - - 1 $375,967.01 $396,685.30 $104,628.68. $220,466.42. $263,146.89. Some more Barnett's. See Mr. Dodson's in this issue. ladi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

v * ^ S *a •4, flk ÜMÉBÉMÍ K; - ■' iFh Li: 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 * ARE SELLING LANDS STRICTLY AT THE OWNER'S PRICE-NOTHING ADDED mm ■gpBl "n K • We sell on a five per cent commission—NO MORE, NO LE55 REAL ESTATE DEALERS 9 HEREFORD, TEXAS TREE GROWING ON THE PLAINS Paper Read before Farmers' Con- gress at Bryan by L. P. Landrum. Mr. President Ladies and Gentle- men :—In discussing the subject be- fore us, I shall first take up the forest trees, which subject is so very broad that in the limited time allot- ted me, I shall barely touch upon it. Forestry planting is now in its infancy and yet there are millions of trees scattered over the beautiful ¡prairies with their magnificently green foliage and splendid branches pointing heavenward. This is suf- ficient evide...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

« |« w ■ ~ ■ • * • THE HEREFORD BRAND Public Announcement Having purchased the grocery business of E. B. Orr, I wish to in- vite my friends and the public to call on me when in need of anything in my line. I shall keep at all times a complete as- sort m e n t of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- amelware and en- deavor to treat every- body right. .*. .*. YOURS FOR BUSINESS J. D. CURTSINGER QUALITY i FIRST While we endeavor to make our prices as low as possible on every article we sell, yet onr 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- Hade Boots are here foi you in great profusion J. A. Canterbury NEW BAKERY We have put on a wagon and can now deliver fresh bread to any part of the city at all hours. Pies and cakes cook- ed to order. Special prices for picnics. 'Phone 68. W. C. Green THE BAKER First Class Ours is the most up-to-dat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

'.'V-i'V r";' ' ,vV¡¡K ■ BbhhkíI^?*¿Í Our outfit is now in first- class condition and we are ready to thresh grain for the public. We can thresh your wheat, oats and barley with practically no waste. Let us know your wants. We wish tó engage the ser- vices of a good separator manfortheseason. Apply to M •y ' . - Wl«B8fflL Hi RANCH 10 MILES NORTHWEST OF HEREFORD $ mm ELISHA CARTER JOE CARTER Í4 Sí ► V4 ií CARTER BROTHERS Livery, Feed and Sale Stables GOOD SADDLERS GENTLE DRIVERS Special Conveniences for Drummers HEREFORD - - TEXAS • 111 1 . "" ' : T : " : I gL The patronage of the general public is cordially solicited j Attention Ladies If you want your clothes washed cleán, quick and with little labor, you should investigate the merits oí the KINCAID'S IDEAL WASHING MACHINE. None better. Agents wanted. 'PHONE NO. 195 E. W. HILBURN HEREFORD. TEXAS Don't Wait The time to have your property insured is not. after the fire has consumed it; it will then be too late. It cost but little to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

THE BRAHB " i f: I JNO. P. SLATOH . ATTOiNET-AT-LAW •Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. v Hereford, Texas. C. G. Wlherspoon "W. Caude Wlherspoon C. 0. Witherspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracta prepared on short notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'s Lands GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C. L. Davis C. B. Oxendlne HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY dealers in City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to all busi- ness entrusted to us. £6 - * HARVEY CASH real estate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title to Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas B. W. MILLER & SON Real Éstate 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 Uneqnaled bargains in Deaf Smith and Castro County Lands. Prop- erty rendered and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 20 July 1906

■ I •an Away Don't have a falling out with your hair. It might leave you I Then what? That would mean thin, scraggly, uneven, rough hair. Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can easily do it with Ay er's Hair Vigor. It is something more than a simple hair dress- ing. It is a hair medicine, a tair tonic, a hair food. The beat kind ot • testimonial— " Bold lor over sixty years." i R® sarsaparilla. PILLS. chemy pectoral. College Board Meets. The local board of trustees for Panhandle Christian College met in call session at the office of C. G. Witherspoon on Friday afternoon of 1# ÜkÜÉIÜ^H '/'l i BP*'' ilv W" m. i i 1': For obvious reasons I have up to this time withheld the announcement of my candidacy for county attorney for Deaf Smith and Parmer counties; and it is with pleasure that I now make such announcement and ask the most kindly consideration and support of the voters of said cofinties for the following reasons, to wit: 1. I am the regular and only D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

. * '. ' • "V'^o;. ' ■ y >'• ■ . v Z'i- m Vol. 6 HEREFORD, TEXAS. JULY 27, 1906 No. 24 "THE PANHANDLE SHORT LINE" RAILROAD MUST BE BUILT . • *% To close out our Clothing we are going to make an ÉH0HT DAY SPECIAL CLOTHING SALE, beginning FRIDAY, JULY 20TH and closing SATURDAY, JULY 28TH. In this Special Sale we are going to offer special inducements that should interest everybody that needs clothes, whether for present or future wear. Why not buy now while you can buy for less than wholesale cost? We will not only sacrifice all our pro- fits but will offer them at much less than cost. While This Sale Lasts We Offer You Any $15 to $J8 Suit for Any $12.50 to $t5 Suit for 8.00 Any $10 to $Í2.50 Suit for . ' 6.50 Any $7.50 to $10 Suit for . 5.50 Any $5 to $7.50 Suit for ^ 3.50 We will include in this sale all our Men's and Boys' Clothing. These prices are for cash only. Come early; the first choice is the best. If you don't need a suit at present you will a little later and this will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

® $ZSf & i,: rjOt HEREFORD BRAND mm _ „ JffMRDypR , SURREYS AND HACKS We can suit yod with the NOBBIEST Rubber Tired Run- abouts in the city. Come in and look them over for they rfltinnt Ha pnn^llprl íinvu/hprp fnr ^TYI .FL DURABILITY MR. RANSOM READY. T. H. Ransom. «Panhandle Short fe • • will Begin aB Soon as nut is Raised. promoter of.the Line" Road, ar- rived from Boulder, Colorado, this week and is making headquarters in this city, pending the arrangement of details, such as bonuses, right- of-way, etc. Mr. Ransom stated to a Brand reporter that his company is now ready to start the survey as soon as our people come up to the requirements which have been re- peatedly named in these columns. As yet there has been no syste- matic canvass for the $15,000 bonus which is asked of Hereford, but what soliciting has been done has been freely responded to by the most of the citizens. There are yet many others to be seen and the committee will look after this part of the work at an e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAND % 1 WAGONS, Now is the time to break your stubie for fall seeding. We handle a complete line of the Celebrated John Deere Plows and Implements and Hancock Disc Plows—there is none better. The Studebaker and Moline Wagons and Vehicles are recognized as standard everywhere--come and see them. We have a complete line of Builder's Hardware, Queensware and Glass,ware, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves and Ranges. Oúr stock of Samson Steel Windmills and Leader and Star Wood Mills is complete—we can furnish you any size wanted. Be sure and see us before you buy. We will save you money. :-i Items From Hart. We are real glad to report good rains and crops in fine condition. It is without doubt the most promising country within our knowledge. It is evidently the small grain country of the west. With the proper tillage each year there should be few fail- ures and the abundant yield assures us that we have the soil for agricul- tural purposes. The future of this country depends ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

„ PrM«y ll . J. RAY A COMPANY published Bomry 9t ay <a co: J. RAY, Editor omc^a°£i;rrafo£o^Vf!mt,K Entered April 17, 1901, u second-clasi mail matter, post office at Hereford, Texas, Act o £ Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $1,00 per Year strictly IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1906 announcements. [All candidate for County tad District offices will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for precinct, $5, payable invariably in advance. J For State Senator: D. E. DECKER JNO. W. VEAL For District Judge: J. ÍT BROWNING • IRA WEBSTER Deaf Smith County* a: F„^tJ^.RussELL. p., Cwi, ^gg¿g*' J. H. KING. 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 Treasurer! L. A. SIMPSON P. R. PURCELL CHAS. E. SMITH For County Commissioner Prec. No. 3: i*- 7J. R, ARMSTRONG For Commi^ioner Precint No. 2 T. M. PALMER For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: W. D. KELIEHOR I . Castro County For County Judge: M, F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

THE HEREFORD BRANS — f O. A. P. PARKER, J. L. SMITH, President. Vice-President Condensed Statement of F. B. FULLER, Cashiei The Western National Bank OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, July 18th, 1906 JEWELRY RESOURCES LIABILITIES $50,000.00 20,466.2g 252.00 50,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus and Profits (Net] Dividends Unpaid Circulation DEPOSITS: Individual $275,574.32 Banks 3Q2.6q Loans - - - - $262,685.47 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51.000.00 Banking House and Fixtures Other Real Estate DIAMONDS 5,600.00 3,222.98 2,500.00 71,676.85 Redemption Fund Cash and Exchange 275,067.01 $396,685.30 $396,685.30 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1st $104,628.68 $220,466.42 $263,146.89 Deposits, January 1st, 1904- - $51,300.62. Deposits, July 1st, 1905 Deposits, July 1st, 1904 ' - - $55,959.2! Deposits, January 1st, 1906 Deposits, July 1st, 1906 • $275,967.01 $90,016.08. DEPOSITS NOW Deposits, Junuary 1st 1905 - SEE VANNOY (SL RAY. IsSSiSi Wall Paper—E. B. Black. 44 Suhsrrihe for the Bra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAND ;; ffl! r~; I.-. ¿¡a * Z *•■* W '"V^ . •; i .'• 1'. wm ■ "n;s4' m |í#í m&Mc It Pays US to give our customers the benefits of the 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 eB&í&H I'S PRICE -NOTHING ADDED We sell on a five per cent commission--NO MORE, NO LESí REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS — DAILY PROGRAM The Panhandle Baptist Young Peo- ple's Union Encampmet, Aug. 13th to 22nd, 1906. 9:00 to 9:30 a. m.—Devotional exercises, led by local pastors and workers. " 9:30 to 10:30 a. m.—Sunday School Lectures, by Rev. W. E. Brittain, Waco, Texas. 10:30 to 11:30 a. m.—Bible Lec- tures, by Dr. B. H. Carroll, WaCo, Texas. 11:30 to 12:30 a. m.—Mission Problems of the Churches, by Dr. J. B. Gambrell, Dallas, Texas. dinner 12 :30 to 2 :00 p. m. 2 :00 to 2 :30 p. m.— Song and Praise Service. 2 :30 to 3 :30 p. m.—Baptist Young People's U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

í:>. ' THE HEREFORD BRAND [♦M<M<HHHM0M<M0M0M íf Kt M M Our outfit is now in first- class condition and we are ready to thresh grain for the public. We can thresh your wheat, oats and barley with practically no waste. Let us know your wants. We wish to engage the ser- vices of a good separator man for the season. Apply to 1 J. S. Mollenhour I it i RANCH 10 MILES NORTHWEST OF HEREFORD it L ATjkTikTjkTikTÍLTik-fATjkTiwTÍCTÁCTdhTWTihTikTékTákTikTá¿TifcZEifclikYikTifci4 i I i I i ► <4 ► < r-i a JOE CARTER ELISHA CARTER A CARTER BROTHERS b Livery, Feed and Sale Stables ) GOOD SADDLERS GENTLE DRIVERS £ Special Conveniences for Drummers ^ I HEREFORD TEXAS The patronage of the general public is cordially solicited ^ Attention Ladies If you want your clothes washed clean, quick and with little labor, you should investigate the merits of the KINCAID'S IDEAL WASHING MACHINE. None better. Agents wanted. •PHONE NO. 193 E. W. HILBURN HEREFORD. TEXAS Don't Wait The time to have yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

, , . . „ .« ,, , ... HEREFORD BRAND ONE OF THE BEST CROPS Public í*'-./¿V Announcement Having purchased the grocery business of E. 6. Orr, 1 wish to in- vite my friends and the public to call on me when in need of anything in my line. I shall keep at all times a complete as- sort m e n t of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- amelware and en- deavor to treat every- body right. .\ .\ YOURS POR BUSINESS J. D. CURTSINOER 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. x Remember that Saddles, Bridles, Harness, and Hand- Made Boots are here foi you in great profusion J. A. Canterbury |p: i w : ■•te m-' NEW BAKERY We have put on a wagon and can now deliver fresh bread to any part of the city at all hours. Pies and cakes cook- ed to order. Special prices for picnics. 'Phone 68. W. C. Green THE BAKER I First...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

THB HEREFORD BRAND Pitfisslaial t Business Bams JNO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. C G. Wlherspoon W. Caude Wihcrspoon C. Q. Witherspoon & 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, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. K- B. kr of itho- Iwere latri- it 4 run- lof a here with ptand I they Itheir kever C. L. Davis C. B. Oxendlne HEREFORD REALTY COMPANY dealers in City, Ranch and Farm Property Hereford, Texas. Personal attention given to aH busi 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 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 27 July 1906

BRAND |^§9| air is Feed your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. Then it will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only hair-food you can buy. For 60 years it has been doing Just what we claim it will do. It will not disappoint you. " My hair u e<t to very hort. But after using Ayer' Huir Vl« i it Miort time It begivu now, and now tt In Innrteén luche lona I teem a aplciuMn tvsnlt to me wfter oo u(r lost without : *iy Iihii."-Mat .J.H. orado Sprtui? . Colo. r ~.--«s""< ■ IHHII.'SI .1 .1.' Orjr 13. A yar Co.. Lowoii, Xass. . ¡nanufttoturera of f.VRSAPARILLA. P'LLS. CilEKRY PECTORAL. uers m ■ = School Growing Popular. The success which was achieved by the Panhandle Christian College last session has rendered that institu- tion popular in a wide-extended ter- ritory. Pres. Elliot tells us that he ia now receiving numerous inquiries from prospective students in Okla homa, Indian Territory 'and New Mexico, besides those that daily come fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

Vol. 6 HEREFORD, TEXAS. AUGUST lO. 1906 No. 26 SEVEN HUNDRED HOMESEEKERS* VISITED HEREFORD THIS WEEK We are preparing for fall and winter. We are offering just such goods as you need now at less than wholesale cost. We need their room and are determined to close them out. Everything in summer season goods goes at a sacrifice. We will make it much to your interésfto trade at our store. We have a big lot of women's andv children's white canvas slip- pers that will go at a sacrifice. We will also sell you Men's, Boys'and Children's Clothing at less than wholesale price. You will save money by buying these goods now. We have many things to offer you at a sacrifice. It.will pay you to in- vestigate. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ YOURS RESPECTFULLY Items Prom Hart. Preparing ground for wheat this fall is the order of the day. Another good shower down this way which keeps crops growing. Mrs. J. W. Brook who has been sick for some time is able to be out again among hpr neighbors, but is very feeble yet, J....

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