The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1906 Page: 5 of 10
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J. L. SMITH, |
Condensed Statement of
ROSS W. DAVIS,
OF HEREFORD, TEXAS
at the dose of business, April 24th, 1906
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
Capital Stock - $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits (Net) 18,308.38
Circulation - - - 50,000.00
Banks - 6,999/98 258,005,16
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 we will give a reasonable
discount on all cash purchase amounting to $zo or
more, except on Sugar, Bacon and Lard. Try buy-
ing your Groceries in large quantities and see the
big decrease in your monthly grocery bill.
J. M. GARNER
640 a bargain,
List your land's with Slade &
Bassett at Amarillo, Texas. 43-tf
Joe Killough of Amarillo vas in
the city for* a short while Monday.
W. B. Beach returned Thursday
from a week's business trip over the
Pecos and'South Plains country.
Elbridge Brodie went to Amarillo
Thursday where he will likely
seoure a position as stenographer
MJr. and Mr?. G. R. Hay and Miss
Morris Garner have returned from
an extended outing at Mineral
ere can I spend my vacation
pleasantly and p—_ ,.
Amarillo Business College, o f
course. ■ ' , ' -■' 14tf
If. M. Witt and family left this
week on a hunting and fishing e
sion in the White Mountains in
My residence for sale, five rooms
and hall, four lots, shade trees,
barn, well, cellar, flower pit, one
block west of school building. W.
A. Hancock. It
Can sell' you
what you want,
he has every-
thing in stock
that you need
to eat—such as
good old cold
three times a
thing the mar-
ket affords in
all lines of
The First National Bank will buy
land notesj 9tf
Wall paper stock full up. Prices
below wholesale at Black's. 14tf
Dr. W. E. Robertson left Thurs-
day on a business trip in Texas.
J. S. Wyche moved his family
back to the ranch this week, the
school having closed.
A. C. Harrow and family left this
week ft - Missouri where they will
likely make theirhome.
Mrs. L. B. Blair of Texico is the
guest of Mesdames W. G. Ross and
A. A. Davidson this week.
Ito k now. Wtfte to AaoftillO
Badness College for a catalogue and
information about a business train
ing. _____ Ht*
Miss Annie Collins came in Thurs-
day from Pilot Point where she spent
thfs year as teacher in the public
For furnished front room, south-
east exposure, apply to Mrs. J. C.
Mason at W. M. Murphey's resi-
dence. ■' ' v.■ IStf
Mrs. 3. C. House and daughter,
Miss Margaret, left Thursday for
Ft. Worth to spend the summer with
Strayed—From my place in Here-
ford, a bay horse and bay pony on
Tuesday of last week. Horse has
one white hind foot. Do not know
brands. Any information leading
to their recovery will be rewarded
by P. R. Brazil, Hereford, Tex. 12tf
Jno. P. Burch returned Thursday
from Mineral Wells where he bad
been for several weeks to drink the
mineral waters of the wells of that
place. Mr. Burch is so much im-
proved that he can walk without his
crutches. He tells us that he be-
lieves he has been cured. His many
friends will be glad to learn of the
A. C. Aten of Round Rock ar-
rived in the city Saturday to spend a
few weeks in the enjoyment of our
delightful Panhandle climate. He
was met in Hereford Sunday by his
son, C. G. Aten, of Rock Lake in
Oldham county, whom he will visit
while here. Mr. Aten tells us that
he expects to visit his son, Ira, at
El Centro, California!, before return-
ing to Round Rock.
Rev. V. H. Trammsll left Monday
by private conveyance for Stamford
where he will visit his parents a few
days before going to Georgetown
where he will spend the summer
months in pursuing his work in
theology in the Sohthwestern Uni-
versity. Mr. Trammell requgrts us
to say that all his appointments on
-the Hereford Mission will be filled
Robt. L. Ball returned Sonda
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Early plants of all kinds af the
Racket Store. íltf
J. P. Snyder left Thursday for
Missiouri and Illinois points.
Elmer McGill of Oltón was a
welcomed caller at this office while
in the city today.
Rev. Joseph Reisdorff and Henry
Saalfeld of .Nazareth were in the
city Thursday. The former was on
his way to the sanitarium, in Amarillo
where he goes to take treatment for
ecsema. . ' ■ ' *
A telegram was received from W.
Robinson of Princeton, Missouri,
this week stating that he will arrive
in Hereford on Tuesday of next
week with his brick anil stooe manu
To business Men.
We take much pleasure
W. Butler's line of 1906
calendars and are now In
a better position to take
care of the business in this
line than at any previous
time. Our line of about
500 different varieties
so complete that we f _
we can please everyone;
These goods are now on
display at the BRAND of-
fice and wé hope to be
favored with every order
in Hereford this season.
If you are ln the market
for calendars, please bear
constantly in mind that
we are the "Calendar
By an Alfalfa Crank.
Alfalfa, bluegrasc, corn and wljeat,
One and all are hard to beat,
And we grow them all and grow them well;
Some we feed and some we aell,
But one will make the aureit gains,
Bring moat money at leaat pains,
Jes' to you get a stand, by jing,
(The stuff it grows to beat the band,
Once you get a proper stand,)
But that's not all the stuff will do;
'Twill square your debts, both old and new,
'Twill beat the mortgage in a race,
Bring thrift and plenty to the place,
Put green stuff in the barn and bank,
And make you an alfalfa crank. Ex.
Read the Ads.
We insist on a careful perusal of
our ads in this issue. Our merch-
ants do not' take space in a newspa-
per through idle ouriosity, but be-
cause they have something special
to offer in the way of bargains.
Read the advertisements and pa-
tronize the merchantjr who appre-
ciate your trade enough to ask you
for it through your home paper.
We believe this will be to the ta-
. Advertised Letters.
Remaining in the postoffice at
Jerefojd for the Week ending Ma*
it*!, MrfJi Éft Neece,
Summer Tourists Rates
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Daily from June 1st to every important tourist resort in the
United States, Canada and Mexico, including
Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
o;"L^^?cSy si Mexico, tnitke M
placea of pleasure in
Long limits. Varied routes to the Far West,
0N6 PARE ROUND TRIP
Dee Moines, May 14, 15,^6, 17*
Decatur, IIV/Say 14, 15,16, 17.
St Paul, M|y 26, 27, 28, 39, 30.
COuisvilee, June 11, 12, 13.
Greenville, S. C., May 12, 13, 14.
AND WW fir„
in every part, daily.
and Fort Worth to Chicago.
_ - - car service to colorado
j June 1st. Send for literature.
For tefe' anywhere, write
PHIL A. AUER,
O. P. A., C. R, !• Q G.
FORT WORTH. TEXAS
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For pure Drugs and Medicines, call at
our store. Our prices are right.
Your attention is especially called to
our prescription department, which
is in care of a graduate pharmacist.
We handle the famous Sewel Paints,
Oils and VarnUhes. • • •
Herbert O. Park
I to call and lean our
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Ray, J. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, May 25, 1906, newspaper, May 25, 1906; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth142470/m1/5/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.