Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 4, Number 2, May, 1994 Page: 67
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Colorado County, Texas: Its Health, Climate, Soil, Advantages and Resources
fied that I can suit all parties in quality,
quantity, price and terms. Correspon-
dence solicited from all sections of the
country. Call and see me before purchas-
ing elsewhere. Rowan Green.
R. L. Foard. Wells Thompson. Foard &
Thompson, attorneys at law, Columbus,
E. J. Sandmeyer, attorney at law, Colum-
Rowan Green, attorney at law and real
estate agent, Columbus, Texas.
P. M. Riley, attorney at law, Columbus,
Go to R. A. Thornton, to buy your grocer-
ies, to his livery stable for good teams, and
to his feed store to weigh your produce on
Fairbanks 3 ton scales. Columbus, Texas.
W. J. Darden, attorney at law, Columbus,
S. D. & W. S. Delaney, attorneys at law,
J. Burgheim, dealer in groceries, liquors
and cigars, Columbus, Texas.
L. Burgheim, dispensing drug store, Co-
lumbus, Texas. German, French and
Spanish spoken. Prescriptions accurately
dispensed day and night.
R. H. Harrison, Physician, Surgeon and
Accoucheur, Columbus, Texas. Devotes
special attention to Chronic Diseases of
Lyle J. Logue. Friench Simpson. Logue &
Simpson, attorneys at law, Columbus,
Joe. Cassagne, butcher & dealer in hides,
Jas. H. Simpson, banker & exchange
dealer, Columbus, Texas.
J. F. Sandmeyer, dealer in General Mer-
chandise, Columbus, Texas.
Geo. Witting, Commission Merchant, and
dealer in general merchandise and agricul-
tural implements, Columbus, Texas.
W. H. Schultz & Co., dealers and manu-
facturers of saddles, harness and buggy
trimmings, Columbus, Texas.
W. L. Haskell, brickmaker and builder,
T. H. Burger, Bakery, Boarding House and
Barber Shop, Columbus, Texas.
Thomas Wagner, wholesale and retail dealer
in fancy and staple groceries, Columbus,
Texas. Cash paid for hides.
James Ramsey, black smith & wood shop,
Columbus, Texas. Iron and carriage material
for sale at low prices.
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