Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 4, Number 2, May, 1994 Page: 69
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Colorado County, Texas: Its Health, Climate, Soil, Advantages and Resources
M. Munch, dealer in dry goods and grocer-
ies, Alleyton, Texas.
H. C. Everett, receiving & forwarding
merchant, Alleyton, Texas.
Henry Bock, Commission Merchant, and
dealer in dry goods & groceries, Weimar
and Oakland, Texas.
Cone & Thomas, Weimar, Texas, dealers
in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes and ready-made cloth-
No one per cent. off on cotton. William
Herndon, wholesale and retail dealer in
family groceries and hard-ware, Highest
cash prices paid for Cotton, Hides, and no
deduction in weights. Weimar, Texas.
Madams Harvey & Thomas, Millinery and
Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Weimar, Texas.
W. B. McCormick, dealer in rough and
dressed lumber, shingles, doors, blinds,
sash, Weimar, Texas.
A. F. Rose, manufacturer and dealer in
saddlery, harness, &c., Cnlumbus and
C. S. Tatum, M. D., physician and sur-
geon, And Dealer in Drugs and Medicines,
L. D. Herndon, dealer in Dry Goods, Gro-
ceries and General Merchandise, Weimar,
F. Boettcher, dealer in general merchan-
dise. Weimar, Texas. Receiving and for-
warding attented to promptly at lowest
Christian & Killough, dealers in Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Medicines and Station-
ery, Weimar, Texas.
Alex. Roeber, dealer in Dry Goods, Gro-
ceries and Furniture a specialty, Weimar,
E. D. Carter, Blacksmith and Wood Shop,
Wilson House, Geo. H. Wilson, Proprietor,
D. W. Jackson, land owner, Weimar, Texas.
Weimar Institute, by Professor P. H. Har-
gon, Weimar, Texas.
Grange Store, Dickey & Ocker, dealers in
Dry Goods and Groceries, Weimar, Texas.
Chas. Weete & Co., Dealers in General
Merchandise, Weimar, Texas,
M. Richter, keeps the best Whisky, Brandy,
Cigars, and Billiard Saloon, Weimar, Texas.
Joe. Buttergig, dealer in fruits, candies,
nuts, cigars, lemonade & soda water,
W. Warnken, dealer in cigars, fruits, can-
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