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Stockton Democrat
Contributed by Gloria_Lester

Description: Miscellaneus News

Date: November 13 1885

Newspaper published in: Stockton

If you are in need of Fresh Bread, or Pies and cakes, step into the

City Bakery, Miller & Patton, proprietors.

Oysters received fresh, twice a week, Mondays and Fridays.

Ten thousand bushels of corn wanted by Sarver & Vanderslice for either

cash or trade.

Those building should call on Callender & Dewey for their building

hardware as they carry a

complete line including the celebrated Gilbert locks.

When you want boots or shoes, call on Wolf's before buying.

Don't be deceived by low rates of interest and high commission on farm

loans. Hart has but three percent commission for negotiating loans on

improved farms.

At Wilson's drug store can be found window glass of all sizes and


Bakery and confectionery in all varieties, at Wessendorf & Co.'s.

Fresh fruits and nuts at Wessendorf and Co.

R. B. Wilson has a full line of paints, oils and brushes.

Wessendorf & Co. have a full line of staple and fancy groceries at low


Borin & Heiner have a dandy line of dress goods.

Farmers should wait and see the Standard shellers at Borin & Heiner's

before buying.

Borin & Heiner will sell you a wagon on a year's time.


Borin & Heiner will take corn at market prices on all outstanding

store accounts.

Ladies should call on Sarver & Vanderslice and examine the elegant line

of dress goods tehy are showing.

The largest and best stock of millinery in town is kept by The Misses

Walks, opposite the Post Office.

A good cattle ranch cheap. Iserberg & Hart.

Borin & Heiner sell more buggies than any other place in this city.

Wessendorf & Co., are making the most elegant cakes, pies and bread to

be found in the city.

Submitted: 04/23/05

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