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3 June 1909

Source:  Marble Falls Messenger, 3 June 1909
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, 1 March 2009

Mrs. Jackson Dead
Mrs. M. L. Jackson of Spicewood

Sherwood Metal Frame Screens at Lacy's.
J. B. Cox passed through enroute to Burnet Monday.

Cots, Camp Stools, etc., at Lacy's.

Fresh Cakes, Pies and Jelly Rolls.  City Bakery.

Next Saturday will be pay day with the boys on the dam.

Lacy sells the best cook stove; it's a Darling.

Let Newberry & Galloway order that tailored suit for you.

Mrs. C. A. Reed is in Austin to spend a few days with relatives.

Best is cheapest at Skaggs' shoe shop.
Tents, Wagon Covers and Bows at Lacy's.

Prof. Mobley was up from Smithwick early in the week.

Fine Cigars.  City Bakery.

NACO, delicious and healthful.  Michel
Will Parker was up from Bertram the first of the week.

Fishing Tackle, Seines, etc., at Lacy's.
Card of Thanks

We wish to thank the good people who so kindly helped us in the sickness and death of our baby.  May God bless them all.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith

Not Gold Brick, But Lumber.

I take pleasure in announcing to the trade that I am now ready for business in Marble Falls, and will be glad to make you prices.  The first shipment will consist of Lumber, Builders' Hardware, Barbed Wire, Shingles, Sash, Paints and Oils.

My yard is located in the old wagon yard next door to Trousdale's shop.  Come to see us.
D. H. Bridges
Mrs. J. B. Pangle was in from Spicewood Tuesday.
Blacksmith and Wheelright

I do all kinds of Repair Work, make Screen doors and windows and am prepared to make anything in the way of wood work.  All guaranteed.  We can set your tires cold or hot, or put Rubber Tires on your Buggy.  

To all Interested in
Raising Good Horses
I will stand my imported
French Coach Stallion
in Marble Falls this season at $17.50, or will make a cut to $15.00 to all parties breeding more than one mare.  Tom Brooks (colored,) will be attending to the horse, and can be found at my residence in Marble Falls, Texas.
J. E. Odiorne.

Clothes Cleaning,

T. J. Wedekind, Marble Falls, Texas


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