Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide 1914 Page: 414
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414 ADVERTISING SECTION.
"PLANT TEXSEED BRAND SEEDS AND PROSPER"
This Is Our Thirty-Eighth Year of Successful Seed Selling
Our long experience in furnishing
Seed best adapted to the Southwest
country enables us to give you in-
- valuable information as to the vari-
eties that will succeed in this sec-
tion. We are making a specialty of
forage crops and grasses. Our 1914
""" , Catalogue contains information that
tre s " you can not afford to be without.
We carry a complete -line of Incu-
bators and Poultry Supplies. Plants
for the house and garden. Our
Catalogue is FREE for the asking.
THE TEXAS SEED AND FLORAL CO.
(Oldest and Largest Seed House in the Southwest)
PLEASE MENTION THE ALMANAC IN WRITING
TEXAS PAER CO.
Wrapping Pape r,
Bags, Paper Boxes
and Folding Cartons
D. E. "HIRSHFIELD, Suite 1804. Amica-
ble Bldg., Waco, Tex.. issues Catalogue
of many fine Farm. Ranch. Colonizing
and Timber Land propositions. Yours for
Free to the Ruptured
Stuart's Plapao-Pads are the won-
derful new treatment for rupture which
has enabled thousands to successfully
treat themselves in the privacy of the
home, at slight expense. Not made to be
used forever, like the truss, but are in-
- tended to Cure, and thus do away with
trusses. NO STRAPS, BUCKLES OR
SPRINGS ATTACHED. Soft as velvet-
easy to apply. PLAPAO LABORATO-
RIES, Block 1134, St. Louis, Mo., is send-
gond Postal Card DTOAY.
Padgitt Bros. Co.
Cover Io6,50o Square
Feet of Floor Space
and Jobbers of
All Kinds of
Shoe Findings, Shoe Store
Buggies and Automobiles
Our Trade Covers Texas and
Write for Catalogue
PADGIT BROS. CO.
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