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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

MM BRAND 1® émR .v.~: B& REYSAND HACK 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 anywhere for STYLE, DURABILITY and PRICE BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE. First Annual Union Encampment of Pandandle to Bo Held Aug. 13 to aa. The first annual Baptist Young Peoples Union encampment of ' the Panhandle of Texas is to be held from Aug. 13 to 22, inclusive, at Probst, a small station six miles north of Amarillo, on the Ft. Worth and Denver railroad. The encampment grounds are admirably situated. There are 160 acres of land in the tract, with groves «f cottonwood trees skirting one aide and a swift stream of clear water rushing through it. The aery is typical of that country, are deep canyons and high | mountains, and stretching off to the south and west are the broad and breezy prairies. The altitude of that section is about 3,600 feet, and the air is pure and invigorating The pestiferous mosquito is un- known and...

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 — 10 August 1906

THB HEREFORD BRAND MM > Now is the time to break your stuble 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 Glassware, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves and Ranges. Our 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. G ARRISO HEREFORD COUNTRY A Visitors Opinion of the Garden Spot of the Lone Star State. The following "write-iip" was clipped from the Waterville Ad- vance, published at Waterville, Minnesota, by S. H. Farrington: We went to presi too early last week to make mention of our trip to the Panhandle country, Texas. Left home on Tuesday July 17 over the Great Western, joining the Geo. G. Wright party hea...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

kMfjwycj _ .., {, ' BRAND April 17, 1901, « wcond-clM. matter, port o«c« at Hereford, Te*aa, Congress of March 3, 1S79. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year strictly in advawc* FRIDAY, AUG, IQ, **6 announcement s . [All candidate for County and District ices will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for precinct, 15, payable invariably in advance.] For SUte Senator: JNOTW For District Judge: J.N.B D. E. DECKER BROWNING IRA WEBSTER Dnl Smith County. coo connell. smith No. 3: For County Jjrtfce; For Con: BARBER Clack: T.s. bixoN. For County Treasurers S. I. LEE T. A. TURNBOW For sheriff and tax collector: I. O. JACKSON PRESS BURNAM = Secretary Leob says that Pres- ident Roosevelt will not be a candi- date again. I? this automobile slaughter goes much further there won't be much left of the "400." With a fine citizenship, healthful climate, and good ichools, we invite yóu to come and live in Deaf Smith county. * Still Hereford continues to grow. New residences are being built in all parts ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

pÉ ■\v : '-' JÉÉj THE HEREFORD BRAND == fG. A. F. PARKER, President. J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement ol F. B. FULLER, . Cashier. The Western National Bárik OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, July 18th, 1906 RESOURCES Loans - - - - $262,685.47 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 xst, 1903 Deposits, January 1st, 1904 - $51,300.62. Deposits, July 1st, 1905 Deposits, July 1st, 1904 - - $55>95<Mi. Deposits, January 1st, 1906 ■ Deposits, Junuary 1st, 1905 - $90,016.08. Deposits, July xst, 1906 - - DEPOSITS NOW - $275,967.01 $396,685.30 $104,628.68. $220,466.42. $263,146.89. 9**- rr , ; Our stock of is so complete a...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

>RD BRAND ■MMMI DO YOU WANT A SQUARE DEAL? y ItJ # ■ &> * ■ It Pays US to give our customers the benefits of the OWNER'S LOWEST PRICE. It pays PROSPECTORS and INVESTORS to BUY through us. We can save you from $t.00 to $2.50 per acre. x saíeSi áütée last report aggregate - - $113,213,95 «Mr# s#' 4M#!- * ■■■■ * 00 ° *" 1 •% #. # * i :-NOTHING ADDED , ' . j' VI .... Mm We sell on a five per c|nt commission—NO MORE, NO L)Ej(5 REAL ESTATE DEALERS mmmA i HEREFORD, TEXAS Jlt§ _ ' No Energy. No Will Power. No Ambition, Losing Confidence in Self and the Confidence of Friends or Employers. ' - A State of Health That Needs Prompt Treatment to Ward Off Serious Disease. Do you notice a large redaction in your vital energy? Are you losing hold on your place in the social world? Is your strength gone, constitution weak, appetite poor, digestion deranged, bow- els costive, with uneasiness and symp- toms of derangement in the region of the kidneys? Such a condition is the preliminary to Br...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

Public ifloitncement 1 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 en t of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- amelware and en- deavor to treat every- body right. YOURS FOR BUSINESS . D. CURTSINQER ¡UALITY IRST t 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- Made Boots are here foi you in great profusion I. 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. Spedal prices for picnics. 'Phone 68. W. C. Green THE BAKER First Class Ours is the mo6t up-to-date transfer ever put on in Here- ford. If you need...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 10 August 1906

<WBíh§'<''&Á ■' utyfv'' '■1 • .~v:> «$hH&}: -v- *£« ronchitis For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, weak lungs, bronchitis, Con- sumption. You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap- prove. Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough. «I had an awful cough for over a year^and i cured. Ill V.W, ... vWl jé w to do me any gooo. Pectoral and waa <*>n Ayer i tnerry rvciorni huu wmm bwmi ruio«. 1 recommend It to all my frleiida whenever «2hl,^naD?CUgh- á"e " MtY,tR•' Ayer Co . Lowell inufkotureri of pills. HAIR VIGOR. rSSS DISTRICT VOTE a m Official Vote of the 47th Judicial District, by Counties, for Dis- trict Judge. Armstrong: Webster —...166 Browning „....106 Dallam: Webster *4,-¿4 - 104 Browning '.U....... 40 „J Smith: Webster.;;...—.— 165 wning .;;...l„..L..Í112 ...................180 .....128 -■i. w ■ Webster., Browning Hartley: Webster Browning Moore: Webster..—... Browning...^.. Oldham: Webster... Bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

AUGUST OI. 1900 No. 2S HEREFORD, Vol. 6 DEAF SMITH'S ANNUAL PICNIC TO BE HELP ON SEPTEMBER 1ST % ' wñ It will be interesting to you to visit our store and see the LARGEST VARIETY of STYLES, the BEST QUALITY and GREATEST VALUES in every de- partment of our store that we have ever been able to show. The arrival of our NEW STOCK is expected in the next few days and it will be our pleasure to show rou these new ebéds. We will <have a beautiful line of _ . ,_¿WEAR, BELTS LAMES' MISSES and CHILDREN'S CAPS, also a new and up-to-date stock of ladies street and ready timmed hats. We especially invite the ladies to see this line-styles are right., and our prices the lowest We only ask you to visit our store. t \ ■ M 'M tMk r FLOURING MILL TO BE BUILT ■ Work on Big Ware House Begins Under Directions of Kansas City Firm. For some time past, the Brand in connection with others of our citizens, has been doing ail in its power to let the outside world know that here at Hereford is the best oppo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

. • . -.-1 dm í¿- , rORD BRAND f ■ Wm . I É 1¡¡É Bbk^I^lili FOR EVERYTHING IN THE HARDWARE LINE | ' r i I . I ' " i. i Í i | —— ——*■ We sell the McCORMICK ROW BINDER, the only corn harvester made that satisfies the farmer. The P & O SUCCESS SÜLKY, (the plow that the hired man loves). SUPERIOR QRAIN DRILLS, the drill that helps you make big wheat crops like this year. THE CANTON AND OHIO DISC HARROWS. DRAG HARROW in two or thre Actions. THE CELEBRATED CANTON LINE of walking plows. In WAGONS we can give you choice of the three best made—-THE BAIN, THE MITCHELL, and THE LUEDINOHAUS. We cafrry a full line of the P & O BUQQ1ES, SURREYS and HACKS-QUALITY GUARANTEED. WAGON, BUGGY and PLOW HARNESS, the largtet and best Una Jff 'Hereford. We sell the best Stoves on earth, Buck's White Enamel Llne-THE GREAT T1AJESTIC RANGES-that for durability and satisfactory service stand without an equal. We are receiving the largest line of QUEENSWARE, TINWARE, GLASSWARE, and GENUINE IMPORTED AUST...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

RHSPB!pl ' ' *' 1 THE HEREFORD BRAKE ■ÜÍ ■• f; TEN GREAT DAYS OF HARVEST. NOTHING TO EQUAL IT HAS EVER BEEN WITNESSED IN HEREFORD BEFORE. IN ORDER TO MAKE THIS EVENT THE MORE INTERESTING AND ATTRACTIVE TO ALL WE HAVE DECIDED TO PLACE ON SALE FOR SPOT CASH TO ALL FLOOR COVERINGS. Q Our entire Floor Covering stock, which would invoice Three Thousand Dollars and represents the latest styles and best values obtainable, from the best mills in the country. The best all wool Ingrain Carpetings made, regular 75 to 82 l-2c quality, for..,. . ..— . 67 l-2c Regular 6$ to 72 l-2c quality, for _.. 57 l-2c Regular 55c quality, for . . .. .... 45c Regular 37 1-2 to 40c quality, for 29c Regular 30c goods for 22c Regular 25c goods for.~v. ...... ..19c ROLLER TOP DESKS AND COHBINATION . BOOKCASES. We find ourselves entirely over stocked with these goods hence we are prepared to fit up your office or your library at much less figure than ordinary. Let us show you. ROCKER AND CHAIR DEPARTflENT. We have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

> the best. bargains English. 371 ln- M r„Mlc to call on when in need of Jngin my line. II keep at all i a complete as- sort m en t of fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries and en- amelware and en- deavor to treat every- body right. V. YOURS FOR BUSINESS . D. CURTSINGER ALITY Mil While we endeavor to make our prices as low as possible on every article we sell, yet our primary and constant enr deavor is to see that each and every article is first class, of its kind, before allowing it to leave my store. ;-j Remember that Saddles, Bridles, Harness, and Hand- Made Boots are here foi you in great profusion J. A. Canterbury = m M 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 6a. W. C. Green THE BAKER. Class. Ours is the most up-to-date transfer ever put on in Here- ford. If you need the proof, give us a trial and be con- vinced. 'Phone 8?. W. T. Smith (Si Son Pronrieton M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

TBI HEREFORD BRAID - *•. j &É1 % % Now is the time to break your stuble for fall deeding. We handle a complete line of the Celebrated John Deere Plows and Implements and Hancock Disc Plows—there is none better. The Studebaker and Mollne Wagons and Vehicles are recognized as standard everywhere—come and- see them. We have a complete line of Builder's Hardware* Queensware and Glassware, Charter Oak and Garland Stoves and Ranges. Our 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. GARRISON BROS ARNEY NEWS. Miss Rosa Belle Crum is visiting in Brisco County. Mrs. Ida Hart has returned from Montague County. J. L. Crum and family attended the Dimmitt picnic. Our community was visited ,by a very fine shower Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Holden took Rly- mond to Canyon City for treatment fast week. Messrs. J. B. Storm, E. Renfro, Sam L. Byrd and L. t. Monroe sold out ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

t UKBfORD BRAVO ¿ Mmmry 9H*.m* A COMPANY w.Miw. p:r taitk April 17, .U — vM post office at Hereford, Tew, Act of Congrei* of March 3, 187 . Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLY IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, AUG. 3*. *9°6 announcement s . [All candidates fot County and District office* will be charged $10 for announce- ments; for precinct, $5, payable inwubly in advance.] • *• k —-— For State Senator: JNO. W. VEAL For Diatrict Judge : J. N. B BROWNING Deaf Smith County. For County.Judge: W.H.RUSSELL. For County and District Clerk: W. M. COGDELL. For Sheriff. B y connEll. F.,T« Au^ poRD For County Treasurer: CHAS E. SMÍTH For County Commiaaioner Prec. No. 3: J. R. ARMSTRONG For Commissioner Precint No. 2 T. M. PALMER For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: W. D. KELIEHOR Castro County For County Judge: M. F. BARBER For County and Diatrict Clerk: EDGAR S. IRELAND HARVEY CASH For Tax Assessor : . • W. S. DIXON. For County Treasurer: •S. L LEE T. A. TURNBOW For sheriff and tax collector: I. O. JACKS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

' ;.fc THE H¿RIFORD BRAND ^v: ■; ^'• . V\v-J.v , '* '■ " G. A. P. PARKER, President. J. L. SMITH, Vice-President Condensed Statement of F. B. FULLER, Cashier. The Western National Bank OF HEREFORD, TEXAS at the close of business, Aug. 14th, 1906 RESOURCES Loans - ... $284,029.32 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 51,000.00 Banking House and Fixtures 5,600.00 Other Real Estate - - 3,352.48 Redemption Fund - . 2,500.00 Cash and Exchange - 83,239.78 $429,721 <58 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits (Net) 21,418.75 Circulation - - • - 50,000.00 DEPOSITS: Individual $303,832.84 # Banks 4,469.99 308,302.83 $429,721.58 THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1st, 1903 Deposits, January 1st, 1904 - $51,300.63. Deposits, July 1st, 1905 Deposits, July xst, 1904 - - $55,959-21. Deposits, Junuary 1st, 1905 - $90,016.08. DEPOSITS NOW —, $104,628.68. Deposits, January xst, 1906 - $220,466.42. Deposits, July 1st, 1906 - - $263,146.89. - $308,302.83 11 I 1 £k... 1 a .. W- m Our stock of GRO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

V-MreiCfe-r-'' •. .• ** '■ "i i BRAND ^7*; Jp?* P^*: # > • ' It Pays US to give pur customers the benefits of the OWNER'S LOWEST PRICE. It pays PROSPECTORS and INVESTORS to BUY through us. We can save you from $1.00 to $2.50 per acre. w w Our sales since last report aggregate - $i 13,213,95 I®'; ¡¡ We sell on a five per cent commission—NO MORE,, NO LE5S ~ a am & REAL ESTATE DEALERS i HEREFORD, TEXAS .7 wmmmmmmmmmmmammmí ¡i£a£¡ü)á- Hho ; *' ; Cto":- AN END TO PASSES Santa Fe Has Issued Orders To All Agents, Effective August 28. (Wichita Beacon) "Passenger officials of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad have de- cided to discontinue the issuance of interstate passes after the 28 of this month and have sent out renewed in- structions to all agents of the com- pany vto take every precaution pos- sible to avoid violation of the law in the matter of discriminations. A fine of $5,000 and Imprisonment for a term of two years may be im- posed as the penalty of a violation of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

VM ■ ''y.« t T; M. Palmer Lumber Co. DEALERS IN LUMBER, LIME, BRICK, CEMENT and all Kinds of Building Material Our Planing Mill is now running to its capacity and we can save you money on Doors, Sash, Frames and all kinds of finishing. If you wish to build you can save money by figuring with us. , T. M. Palmer Lumber Co. HEREFORD, TEXAS JOE CARTER ELISHA CARTER ^ CARTER BROTHERS l Livery, Feed and Sale Stables GOOD SADDLERS GENTLE DRIVERS Special Conveniences for Drummers HEREFORD TEXAS The patronage of the general public is cordially solicited ^ ¡Ammons &.Horne| Architects and Contractors HEREFORD. TEXAS T r 1 ► a Plans and specifications complete, made ► <i S upon application and furnished free £ J with the contract work it II If All ItltM Ulttl Co. ¡3 IE ClIKinn C0LLE6E Correlated WitH Texas Christian University A school for the masses *ith specially equipped de- partments for instructions in Literary, Commercial, Oratory and Music courses. TRAINED TEACHERS Send for Catolo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

MMsill mm is advanci be had at $250 on 1st, 1907, bought 11 sections of land situated 19 and 20 miles west of Hereford and 4 and 5 mltoof a^grow- 1 am offering at special prices to actual settlers. These prices will hold only a short time as land i. This is all nice, smooth land, every foot of which can be put in cultivation, water can to 150 feet. Will sell to suit the purchaser in 160 acre tracts and up, on the ^wing^terms: ..ig of contract; balance, $390, cash on Nov. 1st, 1906; Jan. 1st, 1907, $80; April lst*1907, $80; Nov. 60; Nov. 1st, 1908, $128; and $96 to be paid on Nov. 1st of each year as follows: 1909-10-11-12-13- 14-15, interest 6 per cent per annikm. This is a snap and we hope we can do some business with you. HEREFORD. TEXAS H. M. 6. Notes. The monthly bukiness meeting of the Home Misson Society will be igfci Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 4th at four o'clock in the parsonage lf«t every member be present, as we wish to plan for some new work. There will be urgent need of mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

THE HEREFORD BRAND ft Business Guts JHO. P. SLATON attorney-at-law Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. * C. G. Wlherspoon w. Cauda W l her spoon C. 0. Witherspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kind* 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. 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 1 I O C. F. KERR Dealer in Real Estate and Livestock Unequaled bargains in Deaf Smith and Castro County Lands. Prop...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 31 August 1906

i ipim | Nearly every one Hkes a fine dressing. Something to liake the hair more manage- able; to keep it from being too rough, or from splitting at the ends. Something, too, that will feed the hair at the same time, a regular hair-food. Well-fed hair will bestrong,and will remain where it belongs— on the heád, not on the comb! jbsat kind ota testimonial— 'Sola tor orwr sixty years." SARSA7AJUJLU. MU*. cucrby pectoral. Buys Large Ranch. Among the large ranch negotia- tes year is that consum- es week by J. 4*. Snyder becomes the owner of the Bro's. ranch near Vega in This , is a fine body Itural land and consist of _„/- ! § sections. Mr. Snyder tells us that be has already ordered two large auto- mobiles with which to show these lands to the large number of home- seekers which his company expects to bring down on each bi-weekly ex cursion. m ««mswu. Thus, one more of the big ranches will pass from the cow man to the former. ____________ Public Notice. Please, do not drive your cattle...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 5 October 1906

Vol. 6 HEREFORD. , OCTOBER 5. 1906 No. 84 A TWO-INCH RAINFALL IS OUR RECORD FOR THURSDAY NIGHT V fe1 MOUNTS «i f and Gents. 'S eáÉ -TS iiów a fe*Üy*.•*> it Forrester-Pierce. At their home in South Héreford, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Pierce give their daughter, Miss May, in Marriage to Mr. L. *M. Forrester on Tuesday morning at the eleven o'clock hour. The bride has many friends in social circles, in church and school that have been won by her pleasant and affable ways and by her charm- ing and interesting personality. The groom has lived in Hereford several years and claims the regard and confidence of everyone and is to be congratulated in winning for a life companion one so ably fitted to make his home a happy abiding place. The marriage ceremony was per- formed by Rev. T. S. Barcus in the presence of only a few relatives and neighbors. ' Mr. and Mrs. Forrester left im- mediately after their merriage for El Paso and other South Texas cities for a season of utter abandonment of care an...

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