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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 November 1906

MMrvm ■.,-, ¿>ít- brand u-;;-X{¡ ¡. :, :mber Our Piano With each dol- lar's worth pur- chased at our store you get a chance to draw a $450.00 Piano And with every dollar you get one hundred cents worth of furniture — no more — no less Cockrell & Houck 1 ■ W:- SlÉi Mass Meeting Held, A meeting of Hereford citizens «as held at the court house Tuesday Evening to discuss the advisability of nominating suitable officers for the city of Hereford to be voted up- on at a special election which will be called at an early date. The meeting was begun by electing Jno. P. Slaton Chairman and G. G. Witherspoon secretary, the former stating the object of the meeting which was practically the same as given above. A motion to nominate a man for mayor, and five aldermen created considerable discussion, some favor- ing and others opposing. The mo- , tion was finally lost, which means that everybody who wishes to fill a city office will be compelled to get in the race and make his own fight. The...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 November 1906

BRAND FOR... WATCHES JEWELRY DIAMONDS SILVERWARE SEE VANNOY (SL RAY. IssÜSSZ VIA ROCK ISLAND To many points in Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and Kansas, one and one third fares round trip, October 23rd, Novem- ber 13th and 17th, limit 30 days. To many points in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Ontario, Michigan, one and one third fare round trip. Limit, 30 days. On sale October 19th. COLONIST one way t0 California' Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and intermediate points daily until Octo- ber 31st, inclusive. Write me for exact figures. HOMESEEKERS rates Tuesdays and Saturdays, Fort Worth and Dallas to Amarillo, Guymon, Estancia and Dalhart. Limit, thirty days. Good for stopovers. ROUND TRIP SPECIALS FOR ONE FARE PLUS $2: Birmingham, Homecomers, October 13,14 and 15. Denver Mining Congress, October 14, 15, 16. Kansas City, Commercial Congress, Nov. 18, 19, 20, 21. WITH THROUGH CHAIR CARS AND SLEEPERS TEXAS TO CHICAG...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 November 1906

PI .IB •1 m iirii W^m Kt1/ ! «*>,•" '"¡:M m 4¿>' " fc&W. to- SJÍ'.T'Í'v Our store on South Dewey Avenue Is now chock full of the latest designs and best selections of all leather goods, including Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Fine Blankets and Robes—in fact every article to be found in a similar store in the city. These goods have been bought right and for the next thirty days we will offer special inducements in every department of our store. Now is the time to buy a new Saddle or a set of fine Harness. Come and see what we have to offer you. Also remember that Canterbury's is the place for fine Hand-Made Boots. e 1 -•I O m mm WHY KIDNEY DISEASE ¡ IS DANGEROUS. Neglect of the First Warning Symp- toms is the Prime Cause of so Many Deaths from the Dreaded Bright'* Disease. It b Easily Curable In the Early Stems. Kidney diseases are so destructive to traman life because they do not manifest alarming symptoms until the constitu- tion is seriously weakened and the strength exhaus...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 November 1906

flÉMrfflfcibJilitttni ft. DmiIbaaa oamía I lwlwwWiHll tt Mw^wí UUI9 • p i JKO. P. SLATON ATT0*NKY-AT-LAW Office over T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. C. G. Wlherspoon t W. Csude Wlherspoon C. Q. Witherspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracta prepared on abort notice. All kinds of stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'a Landa GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too «mail to receive our attention Hereford, Texas. C. L. Davit 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 GEO. W. BARCUS attorney-at-law Hereford, Texas Office in Western National Bank build...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 9 November 1906

mHair? fW'>: > you pin your hat to your >wn hair? Can't do it? ivcn't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's I Hair Vigor! Here's an intro- ictionl May the acquaint- ! result In a heavy growth f rich, thick,glossy hair! And we know you'll never be gray. •' (think Hurt Ayer H lr Vluor U the matt HNMlarfal h lr grower that *u aver made I ave need It tor Mm* time and I can troth illjr aar that I am greatly pleased with It I &Bsnrss&p aa.%cr- y Sarbapakjlla. MUS. CHEWY PECTORAL. n White and graham bread at City Bakery. 32tf Overcoats s—A big line at Geo. A. Stambaugh's. 39-2t. For Sale.—Shumach cane seed at 30 cents per bushel. Apply to Henry Farmer. 22-tf .' ! —5*— A good business for sale, good location and wéll established. Ap- ply at this office. 39-2t C. L. Davis tells us that he is planting 500 acres in wheat on his place southeast this season. This will be one of the largest, if not the largest, wheat fields in the entire Panhandle and the Brand trusts th...

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 — 16 November 1906

fe'.-* - ■ ■JiM # Rj' • • i ■táVi © t . -. .* • -■ • <•••.. ..•••••':*•- • ;■ .-•• i^'v •*■ • * . < •• • r "•> :y V - :• " • W%. ijP||| * .;. .... ;w %• NOVEMBER 16. 19Q HEREFORD. T Vol. A |yg™pB i Is Hereford to iSig(n Contract for New ■ 4P Having purchased the Dry Goods business of J. H. Bowers, we wish to say to the public that we have located in Hereford to make a permanent home and build a business which'will be profitable to both us and our customers. We have had fifteen years experience in the Dry Goods business, and be- lieve we are in a position to conduct á business which will measure up to the standard of the most exacting. We will soon receive large shipments of new goods, which will make our stock complete in all departments. We solicit the patronage of the public on the principle of always giving your money's worth. HEREFORD, TEXAS mm r^v-riv* i1.*' > V J- ■i © © t i ±é§& ... ..ma. I I ;'a • • • t a#.' • -. THE CAMPBELL SYSTEM. Dry Farming Takes Away Al...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

DRD BRAND mwm PP. ¿sBHSi HFwmk Successors to STRINQFELLOW-HUME HARDWARE COMPANY ^frW^Sl^aHIMwSSSSiSiSS^^AJHiraWKWer ■ P "' K; L srw: Hardware Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Windmills SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS For the Next Thirty Days at Very Attractive Prices '•,*yy m I i TEXAS a . '• y./ Installation of Officers. The election of officers of the Eastean Star Lodge having taken place a short time ago, the members met on Tuesday evening for their in- stallation. ' They invited the masons and their families to be present, so the hall vas well filled for the impressive ceremonies. The following officers were installed : Worthy Matron, Mrs. Allen Bell; Worthy Patron, Judge W. H. Rus- sell; Associate Matron, Mrs. Kirk- patrick; Secretary, Mrs. Karl Gilli- land ; Treasurer, Mrs.. T. M. Pal- mer; Conductress, Fred John- son; Associate Conductress, Mrs. W. H. Russell. The Worthy Matron-elect ap- ited for Chaplain Mrs. J. K. P. Jiland and for Marshall, Mr. Suggs; also for representatives oí the ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

TBI SO. . ■' ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW YOU A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS, COOK STOVES AND RANGES, COMPRISING THE CHOICE STYLES OF THE "CHARTER OAK" AND "GARLAND" LINES OUR STOCK OF SHELF HARDWARE IS VERY COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS AND GRAIN DRILLS. i,' % Come and See Us Before You Kansans To Locate. A crowd of twenty Kansas farm- ers was brought down on last week's excursion by the J.. P. Snyder Land Company, the majority of whom pur- chased land and will move their fam- ilies here at an early date to begin the work of improving their newly chosen homes. Thesfc men all made their purchases so that they can be neighbor, each with the others, the property sold them being the J. N. Ivy ranch in the northern portion of this county. The Brand gained the information in talking with the lead- ers that they expected to establish a colony of Kansas farmers in the vi- cinity of where the first ones have located. These men are all good, thri...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

l'i >ANT • h Entered April 17, 1901, as Mcond-clasa auü matter, post office at Hereford, Te*as, Act •£ Congress of March J, 1179. Subscription Price $1.00 per Year STRICTLT IK ADVANCE rnJrn¡LJ¡Lmm^ilL^mmmmJLSSSSSSLmmmmm FRIDAY* NOV. x6, 1906 S : : DO YOUR DUTY. We feel inclined to offer a mild cebulce to some of our local business m-u an 1 capitalists who have thus i¿r ieía*ed to give to the railroad bonus. In fact there are many whose names appear on the list with entirely too small- amount set op- posite them. The idea of a busi- nessman's giving $1QP or $200 to an enterprise which will add enough to his business to make up his subscrip- tion in a single month. We do not believe, as yet,our people have fully awakened to the importance of Here ford's securing another railroad. If they had, in fully three-fourths of the instances, the subscriptions would be doubled without further urging from the committee. The fact of the matter is that there are some people in every town who wo...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

m; .mt- THE BSRBFORD BRARD t 1 i mz£\< The Weslen latlonal lank of lerefom CAPITAL SURPLUS DEPOSITS $ 50,000.00 22,000.00 327,692.15 We have built up our business upon SECURITY. Good security is given to depositors. Good security is always taken from borrowers. The best of bank safes to protect from burglars. Our rule that NO OFFICER OF THE BANK SHALL EVER BORROW FROM THE BANK IS OUR GREATEST SECURITY. We have never made a bad loan.—Never foreclosed upon the security to collect a loan. n: THE RESULT THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1ST. 1903 Deposits at the end of six months $51,300.62 Deposits at the end of two years - $104,628.68 Deposits at the end of one year - 55,959.21 Deposits at the end of 2 1-2 years - 220,466.42 Deposite at the end of eighteen months 90,016.08 Deposits at the end of three years - 263,146.89 Deposits September 4th, 1906 - - $327,692.15 G. A. F. PARKER, President F. B. FULLER, Cashier J. L. SMITH, Vice-President F. W. WILSON, Assistant Cashier If you wa...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

PR <7$ m « Jt ■ THE HEREFORD BRAND i Our Piano Offer With each dol- ía*'s worth pur- chased at our store you get a chance to draw a $450.00 Piano And with every dollar you get one hundred cents worth of furniture — no more — no less ckrell & Houck ll ■ C. W. B. M. Notes "N«y falter To M«k the Now you have Poiiona «11 meaner —Geoige Eliot. November tidings contains the re- port of the convention held at Buf- falo and also of the years work, RANSOM ARRIVES. Says the Panhandle Short Line Will Be Built—Goulds Not Interested. J. R. Ransom, after a delay of several weeks at Boulder, Colorado, where he went to formulate1 final and definite plans, arrived Wednesday and is spending a few days in quie- tude "before taking up the slow and tedious work of entering intp con- tracts with the various towns along the "Panhandle Short Line Route." Mr. Ransom is accompanied on this trip by Mrs. Ransom, and we are glad .indeed to announce their in- tention of making Hereford their home for the ...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

■PPSII|P!H|Fw¥ft*'*WW7*'** " 1 ifv "■ *"'' • • * ™'-r ®mí;-,;v!.;! \t . v-tm ^¿r THE HEREFORD BRAND COMPARISON DRAWN. £ ► 1 . « HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS VIA ROCK ISLAND To many points in Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and Kansas, one and one third fares round trip, October 23rd, Novem- ber 13th and 17th, limit 30 days. To many points in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Ontario, Michigan, one and one thiid fare round trip. Limit, 30 days. . On sale October 19th. COLONIST one way to California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and intermediate points daily until Octo- ber 31st, inclusive. Write me for exact figures. HOMÉSEEKERS rates Tuesdays and Saturdays, Fort Worth and Dallas to Amarillo, Guymon, Estancia and Dalhart. Limit, thirty days. Gpod for stopovers. ROUND TRIP SPECIALS FOR ONE FARE PLUS $2: Birmingham, Homecomers, October 13, 14 and IS. Denver Mining Congress, October 14, 15, 16. Kansas City, Commercial Con...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

- •■'im lb ÍM ■i •1 m$m Our stock GROCERIES is so complete and our goods so FRESH that we have no • • • • ' < i « ' . ' • . hesitancy in saying that we can please everyone «£ «£ & policy is to THE BEST DCERIES for the LEAST money If you will investi- gate, you will find . to be our re- cord • R. M. Trimble PAINTER AND PAPER HAN(1F.R Paper hanging a spec- ialty. Complete sample of wall nacer. Hereford. - - Turoe " BAD PRAIRIE FIRE. mm J. H. KING < ABSTRACTOR HEREFORD.TEXAS I have a complete Abstract of the Capitol Syndicate Lands, Western Union Lands, and AH^iUnn it\ Wi r*fnrrí specialties: Conveyancing and Notary Work rVBBVTiiiNfi firmóANTÉRD Mulitas & Son. Proo. Plenty to Eat and Cour- fponc TrMtmpnf Much Valuable Grass and Crop Destroyed in Castro County. One of the most destructive prai- rie fires which has been witnessed in in this country for years occurred in Northern Castro County on last Sat- urday . afternoon, the origin of the blaze being from a steam plow wh...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

JWaT'w. w* m*:. ' •10 • I f © THE HEREFORD BRAND Pnfwsluai i BusIqbss Gins JHO. P. SLATON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office ovtr T. M. Coulson & Co. Hereford, Texas. C. G. Wlherspoon W. Caude Wlherspoon C. 0. Witherspoon & Son Dealers in Panhandle Lands Abstracts prepared on short notice. All kinds o £ stenographic work done. Ex- clusive agents for Western Union Land Co.'s Lands f GRAVES & ELLISTON Real Estate, Loans, Insurance No deal too small to receive onr 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 éstate dealer and abstracter A complete abstract of title Castro county lands. Dimmitt, Texas to B. W. MILLER & SON Real Estate and Livestock Hereford, Texas. office in W. B. BOYD Attorney-at-Law schrimsher building Hereford, Texas GEO. W. BARCUS attorney-at-law Hereford, Texas Office in Western National Bank bui...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 16 November 1906

]S?bp THE HBRBVORD BRAHD Doctors ■•■- , '■ ■ ' edic/ne tycf*s Cherry Péctóral is not i simple cough syrup. It is a )ng medicine, a doctor's medicine. It cures hard cases, severe and desperate cases, inic cases of asthma, pleu- risy, bronchitis, consumption. Ask your doctor about this. ;*t nf Aver'l nl i'uida on t ways done me creat noo«l. it ll ha , ^ ) sahsaparjuul ers b!u«$vk)or. _ «kill hasten recovery by t«k- ; ©no of Aycr's P<!V> «t bedtime. Educational Column. " 'TW« a brown little, plain little, thin littlrfgirl, Her nose wu a failure, her hair wouldn't curl; But the children aU loved her, "Because," they all cried, "She's so kind and so bright, and so lovely inside!" " After' a splendid visit of more than two months, Miss Lottie Hough with her parents Teturned home to Hereford last week, and Lottie is now enrolled as a new pupil in the Public School. Since the arrival of the new foot-ball all •ther games are forgotten by the larger boys for this national sport. It is s...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 November 1906

's " IP " - ',. <'¿P$rs '•' " *'■*■■ :> '■ •■ •■"*' ; *3 :• • • * "J r ■ A ■ ■ I ÉL uJ Hi ■ H BMnfl H ^. HEREFORD, TEXaS, NOVEMBER 23. 1906 No. 41 Is Hereford Ready to 5ig'iVi Contract for New Railroad? w V ••'■•"•. Having purchased the Dry Goods business of J. H. Bowers, we wish to say to the public that we have located in Hereford to make a permanent home and build a business which will be profitable to both us and our customers. We have had fifteen years experience in the Dry Goods business, and be- lieve we are in a position to conduct a business which will measure up to the standard of the most exacting. We will soon receive large shipments of new good.., which will make our stock complete in all departments. We solicit the patronage of the public oh the principle of always giving your money's worth. ' < ^•-vfagaM v* ^zasH m ■ ■■iff": * m - i D HEREFORD, TEXAS | ■ a ¿í ■ Extent of Fire. The prairie fire which was report- ed to have been laying waste the country northwe...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 November 1906

ORD BRAND - • ■ ■ WWW Successors to STRINGFELLOW-HUME HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware, Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Windmills SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS For the Next Thirty Days at Very Attractive Prices " ■ HEREF m i i TEXAS a Success with Hogs. Our attention was called to an in- stance this week which serves to greatly impress the fact that hog raising is bound to become one of fhe Panhandle's leading industries, If not the leading one. The Achievement was that of J. J. Ander- - son, who for the past four or five years, has been engaged in stock- farming at Boom. Mr. Anderson tells us that he recently killed two hogs, eleven months old, which | , weighed 440 pounds each and were sold on the local market at the price of 6 cents per pound,both bogs bring- ing $52.80. This is a record which one should, and would feel proud of even in the leading corn belts of the country. In fact it is well known that it is seldom equaled, ín reply to a query from the Bkand reporter as to the quality of feed...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 November 1906

TBI HEK1F0RS BRA5D % I ' I ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW YOU A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF HEATERS, COOK STOVES AND RANGES, COMPRISING THE CHOICE STYLES OF THE "CHARTER OAK" AND "GARLAND" LINES OUR STOCK OF SHELF HARDWARE IS VERY COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS AND GRAIN DRILLS. .\ .♦. ,\ 1 Come and See Us Before You Buy Fine For Melons. We are informed by J.J. Ander- son that from seven-tenths of' an acre of ground on his ranch near Boom, he marketed the past season $105 worth of • melons, besides two families were supplied with what they could use. When the wide range of farm and garden produce which can be grown here is considered, it can be seen that opportunities are pre- sented to the agriculturist here, which can hardly be found existing anywhere else in the whole country. Public Debate. On Friday evening, November 30th, there will be a joint debate be- tween Elmer Dameron and Earl Gough on the affirmative, and Sam Bration and Jas. Hughes o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 November 1906

* 7 WrJM BRAlfD Mmmry rHdmp'B* IT OX COMPANY J. RAT, EáMw .°s!:rT.te¿¿s&: Act Entered April 17, 1901, u mcoi Texas, Subscription Price $1.00 per strictly in advance Year FRIDAY, NOV. 23, *9<>6 The time is so opportune that tbe Brand cannot refrain from remind- ing those who are in town as well as fhcsse "viqg in the country of the im- ported, e of giving considerable at- tention to tree planting between now and January 1st. We are told by authorities on forestry that a better time could not be chosen. With ¿he abundance of moisture now in the gr d but little effort would be re- quired to save every tree planted and a rapid growth next spring would re- sult. While we already have many beautiful shade and fruit trees scat tered here and there over the country, yet our limit has certainly not been reached in this particular line of development. We need shade and forest trees to serve the numerous purposes for which Nature designed them; we need fruit trees for the abundance o...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hereford Brand — 23 November 1906

mk y' ¿&í¿ - THE HSRXFORD BRAND Tie Weslen Rational Bant of itrtftm CAPITAL SURPLUS - DEPOSITS - $ 50,000.00 22,000.00 327,692.15 We have built up our business upon SECURITY. Good security is giren to depositors. Good security is always taken from borrowers. The best of bank safes to protect from burglars. Our rule that NO OFFICER OF THE BANK SHALL EVER BORROW FROM THE BANK IS OUR GREATEST SECURITY. We have never made a bad loan.—Never foreclosed upon the security to collect a loan. THE RESULT THIS BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 1ST 1903 Deposits at the end of six months - $51,300.62 Deposits at the end of two years - $104,628.68 Deposits at the end of one year - 55,959.21 Deposits at the end of 2 1-2 years - 220,466.42 Deposite at the end of eighteen months 90,016.08 Deposits at the end of three years - 263,146.89 Deposits September 4th, 1906 - - $327,692.15 G. A. F. PARKER, President F. B. FULLER, Cashier J. L. SMITH, Vice-President F. W. WILSON, Assistant Cashier V. In Society...

Publication Title: Hereford Brand, The
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