El Campo Citizen (El Campo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 16, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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When you come to town, make my store your head
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Furnishings. Furnishings. .
Gentlemen* youth and boys, you
should see my line of shirts, collars,
ties, suspenders, fancy sox and under-
wear. My lines will lead in quality
variety and price.
, v This is the name justly applied to my
spring line of qlothing. It is everything
the name implies and will be such an as-
sortment of patterns and prices as to
please the modest as well astheinost
particular dresser. /
Made only b
of comfort, styli
We recommend then
Call for &
These Two Cuts. I
Show two of raj .strongest soliot - M
ers of your patronage. Every-
one who ha> tried Iron Clad 9 W
Stockings know they outwear
any other make, likewise Headlight Overalls once i
denied. ; : '■
present outlook is that the
I Have Just Installed a New
crop of 1907 wiTl be the earliest
ever brought to market in the
history ol the Southwest Louisi- '
ana and Texas rice industry/’ >
says President Bier of the Rice
Millers and Distributors’ Asso-
ciation of Louisiana and Texasi
“The river crop, usually several
weeks earlier than that of the rest
of the belt, will be followed very
closely this year by that of South-
west Louisiana and Texas will ^L
not be very far behind- If 'the
present weather lasts the crop
should be practically all in the
ground by the time that planting
usually begins. *
“There seems to be good fea-r?
sons for believing that the acreage
will hot be materially in excess of
that of the two previous seasons.
There will be some increase in
the amount cM new land planted, 1
but this will be nearly, ’ if not '
quite, offset by the old lands laid \
feandlForge. In connection with my Plain ingJJMill
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j?j Blacksmithing Whedright and Horseshoeing a
Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, Banjos, Ha
son Phonographs and Records, Etc.
ing Machines, Disc Records* Sheet Mi
ies, Music Rolls, Etc.
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Opposite Masonic Hall
FOR SALE BY
by. The tendency to plant a div-
ersity of crops and otherwise to
free the lands from red rice is
growing, and this w ill unquestion-
ably operate to hold down the
acreage for some time to come.
Raising rice has never been very
profitable, and since Puerto Rico
has stopped taking the low grades
in large quantities it is still less
profitable. The Puerto Ricans
nave become more prosperous
On the south side
Webb's does a
Igotten and Groceries
ForJQuickest Returns And Best Results -Ship Us Your
And It You Wish To Save Money On
Business. Buys your butter,
at highest prices.
Ask For One Of Our
[erns And Stencils Sent
ylors and have your
n at the earliest po,-
for .jour Easter
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El Campo Citizen (El Campo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 16, 1907, newspaper, March 16, 1907; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth870200/m1/3/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Wharton County Library.