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1956 Guin Yearbook Ads

W. H. KEY. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Hamilton, Alabama. Will practice in Marion and adjoining counties.

B. R. FITE. Attorney-at-Law, Hamilton, Alabama. Will practice in Marion and adjoining counties. Special attention given to the collection of claims.

Dr. B. W. RODEN, A Botanic Doctor. Will be at Allen's Factory on Saturday before the first Sunday in each month for the purpose of treating Chronic Diseases. I practice for cash and cash only except in cash where my patients have been prompt in their payments in retofore. B. W. RODEN

GEO. C. ALMON, ED. P. ALMON. ALMON & ALMON, Attorneys at Law, Belgreen, Alabama. Will practice in Franklin County and all adjoining counties, and especially in Marion; also in the Federal Courts at Huntsville and in the Supreme Court at Montgomery.

W. L. BULLOCK. Attorney at Law - Belgreen, Alabama offers his professional services to the people of Franklin, Marion and other adjoining counties. Mr. BULLOCK will regularly attend the Circuit Court of Marion County.

W. A. YOUNG Attorney at Law, Vernon, Alabama will be present at each sitting of the Chancery, Circuit and County Courts of Marion County

MCQUISTON & HEISEN, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, Aberdeen, Miss. Dealers in the Celebrated Steel Brush and Improved Cotton Bloom-Lummus Gins, Feeders and Condensers and the Southern Standard and Eclipse Cotton Presses, Also the Old Hickory and Hickman Wagons - the best made. Liberal advance s to merchants and farmers.

New Store and New Goods. I have just receives a new and complete stock of clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods - Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes - Dry goods, Ladies Dress Goods. Family Groceries, drugs and medicines, hardware, tinware, stationery, canned goods, candies, glassware, queensware, tobacco, snuff, cigars, and the justly celebrated Mountain Mills Cotton Yarn. All will be sold at prices to suit the times. Highest prices paid for Cotton, wool, furs, dry hides, beeswax, poultry, and all country produce. Very Respectfully - W. R. WHITE, (Post office Building) Hamilton, Alabama - (Marion Herald - April 5, 1887)

FRANK SAUNDERS, Photographer. Successor to A. R. HENWOOD, Aberdeen, Mississippi (Marion Herald, May 12, 1887 - pg 1)

W. W. CALLAHAN, Attorney at Law - Hamilton, Alabama, will practice in Marion and adjoining counties. (Marion Herald, Sept 15, 1887)

R. I. CAMP, Dealer in Dry Goods, groceries, clothing, Queensware, Drugs, Medicines, Notions. I buy for Cash, sell only cash, have but one price and that is the Very Lowest. I respectfully ask a share of public patronage and promise on my past Fair and Honorable dealing. R. I. CAP, Hamilton, Alabama.  (Marion Herald, Feb. 16, 1888)

J. W. BAIN & CO. Guin, Alabama. Livery and Feed Stable. Propose to keep a First-Class Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable - horses, buggies, hacks, wagons, etc for the public at reasonable rates. Drivers furnished. (Guin Dispatch, Jan. 5, 1889)

J. F. COLLINS J. A. SHAW. COLLINS & SHAW, Contractors and Builders, Guin, Ala. All work entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. (Guin Dispatch, Jan. 5, 1889)

P. M. CAUDLE, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Guin, Ala. A full line of canned goods always on hand. (Guin Dispatch, Jan. 5, 1889)

JONES, LANGSTON & Co. Guin, Alabama Dealers in General Merchandise. Dry goods, dress goods, prints, flannels, hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc. Groceries, sugar, coffee, syrup, canned goods, Tobacco and cigars. Our motto is quick sales and small profits. Give us a call and learn prices before making your purchase elsewhere. (Guin Dispatch, Jan. 5, 1889)

CLARK, WHITE, & CO., Dealers in General Merchandise. Dry goods, prints, muslins, flannels, yarns, hats, caps, crash notions, etc. coffee, sugar, flour, and a full line of canned goods, tobacco an cigars. Guin, Ala (Guin Dispatch, Jan. 5, 1889)

The Protectionist, A large 8 page Republican newspaper, published weekly at Jasper, Alabama. A bold and fearless advocate of the true principles of the Republican Party. It invites the support of all Republicans, and promises to give them a clean, bright, and newsy paper, and one that is neither afraid nor ashamed to stand up for its principles. Subscription one dollar a year. Sample copies free. Agents wanted. Address - The Protectionist, Jasper, Ala. Note. W. F. GREEN, late of Marion county is the editor of the Protectionist, and will appreciate the support of his friends in Marion county and everywhere else. (Guin Dispatch, Jan. 5, 1889)

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W. H. KEY, Attorney-At-Law, Hamilton, Ala.

J. L. CUNNINGHAM, Attorney-At-Law, Jasper, Ala.

A. E. STRATTON, H. E. CARR STRATTON & CARR, Attorney-At-Law, Jasper, Ala.

A. J. STANFORD, Attorney-At-Law, Hamilton, Ala.

M. C. MARTIN, M. D. Hamilton, Ala. Offers his professional services to the citizens of Hamilton and surrounding country. Calls promptly responded to at all hours.

R. L. MORTON, Physician and surgeon. Guin, Ala. Offers his professional service to the citizens of Guin and the surrounding country.

W. F. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon, Beaverton, Ala. Offers his professional services to the citizens of Beaverton and surrounding country.

J. F. COLLINS J. A. SHAW. COLLINS & SHAW, Contractors and Builders, Guin, Ala. All work entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention.

J. W. BAIN & CO. Guin, Alabama. Livery and Feed Stable. Propose to keep a First-Class Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable - horses, buggies, hacks, wagons, etc for the public at reasonable rates. Drivers furnished.

TOM KIRK, The Barber. Guin, Ala. is now prepared to serve the public in his line. If you want a good shave give him a call. Shop on Main Street.

JONES, LANGSTON & Co. Guin, Alabama Dealers in General Merchandise. Dry goods, dress goods, prints, flannels, hats, caps, boots, shoes, etc. Groceries, sugar, coffee, syrup, canned goods, Tobacco and cigars. Our motto is quick sales and small profits. Give us a call and learn prices before making your purchase elsewhere.

CLARK, WHITE, & CO., Dealers in General Merchandise. Dry goods, prints, muslins, flannels, yarns, hats, caps, crash notions, etc. coffee, sugar, flour, and a full line of canned goods, tobacco an cigars. Guin, Ala

J. B. GUIN, Physician and surgeon, Guin, Ala. Offers his professional services to the citizens of Guin and the surround country.

JIM PEARCE, will keep during the season a good stock of merman, homestead, pacific and bones dust Guanos, at Guin, Pearce's Mill, and Texas, Ala. Carload lots will be sold at carload prices to any party of club wanting them, and will be delivered at any station along the line of the K. C. M. & B. R. R. or at any point on the S. & B. Road. It pays to buy that you know to be the best, and take no risks.

(Guin Dispatch Jan 12, 1889)

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TRADE LOCALS  - Guin Dispatch, Jan 12, 1889

For best tobacco and cigars go to P. M. CAUDLE

P. M. CAUDLE is headquarters for cheap family groceries

Yard wide Stonewall Domestics at 6 cents per yard for cash, JONES, LANGSTON & CO.

Best white fish at P. M. CAUDLE

Full supply of fresh garden seeds at P. M. CAUDLE'S.

For prize snuff and good cider, call on BURLESON & WESLEY

Ladies hats in latest types and cheaper than ever before sold in Guin. JONES, LANGSTON & CO.

We have just received a car load of red rust proof oats at 60 cents per bushel. J. PEARCE & CO.

Full line of ladies first-class dress goods which we will sell at rock bottom prices. JONES, LANGSTON & CO.

New lot of plows and other farming implements cheap for cash at JONES, LANGSTON & CO.

Planters who wish to use first-class fertilizers will do well to call on JONES, LANGSTON & CO., and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere.

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TRADE LOCALS - Guin Dispatch, Jan 26, 1889

A full line of medicines at M. E. GUIN.

The genuine McClrees Wine of Cardui at M. E. GUIN

Georgia plow stocks at lowest price. CLARK, WHITE & CO.

Big lot of Mountain Mills Thread at CLARK, WHITE & CO.

Cheapest tin ware sold in Guin at JONES, LANGSTON & CO.

For prize snuff call on JONES, LANGSTON & CO.

Bring your chickens and eggs to M. E. GUIN.

JONES, LANGSTON, & CO are selling best grades of coffee at from 17 to 22 cents per pound.

Big lot of plows at CLARK, WHITE & CO. and they are cheap for cash.

Everything cheap for cash at M. E. GUIN'S

Go to CLARK, WHITE, & CO. for best cigars

A big lot of best tobacco and cigars at M. E. GUIN'S

Best Red Rust Proof oats at 55 and 60 cents per bushel at JONES, LANGSTON & CIO.

We will sell out our stock of winter clothing at cost. Come one, come all. CLARK, WHITE , & CO

Highest prices paid for all kinds of country produce. JONES, LANGSTON, & co.

Meat in 100 pound lots and upward 7 cents per pound, the retail price being 8 cents. JONES LANGSTON, & CO.

We keep the Rock City Guano. The best in the market. CLARK, WHITE & CO.

J. F. COLLINS J. A. SHAW. COLLINS & SHAW, Contractors and Builders, Guin, Ala. All work entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention.

P. M. CAUDLE, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Guin, Ala. A full line of canned goods always on hand.

TOM KIRK, The Barber. Guin, Ala. is now prepared to serve the public in his line. If you want a good shave give him a call. Shop on Main Street.

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TRADE LOCALS - Guin Dispatch, February 9, 1889

25 yards first-class calico for $1 at J. PEARCE & Co.

For seed Irish potatoes call on P. M. CAUDLE

For best guano go to CLARK, WHITE, & Co.

For best California hams go to P. M. CAUDLE

Prize snuff at JONES, LANGSTON, & Co.

Apple cider at P. M. CAUDLE, only 5 cents a glass.

A full line of hard and queensware at P. M. CAUDLE

5 pounds good coffee for one dollar at J. PEARCE & Co.

Go to JONES, LANGSTON & Co. for best fertilizers

You can get the best high grade phosphates at JONES, LANGSTON & Co.

$5.50 gets a barrel of best Roller Process Flour; none better, at J. PEARCE & Co,

A new and complete stock of ladies and gents shoe at the cheap store of BURLESON & WESLEY

A full line of plows just received and will be sold cheap for cash. J. PEARCE & Co.

A large lot of dry goods just received at CLARK, WHITE & Co.

A big lot of ladies hats, in latest styles at the cheap store of BURLESON & WESLEY

We have all styles of ladies hats and will take pleasure in showing our stock to the public. BURLESON & WESLEY

For plows and all other kinds of farming implements, go to CLARK, WHITE & Co. They keep the single and double toot plow stocks and will sell them cheap.

Flour, meat, lard, sugar, coffee and in fact all other kinds of groceries usually kept in a first-class house can be found at the store of CLARK, WHITE & Co.

J. F. COLLINS J. A. SHAW. COLLINS & SHAW, Contractors and Builders, Guin, Ala. All work entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention.

P. M. CAUDLE, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Guin, Ala. A full line of canned goods always on hand.

J. W. BAIN & CO. Guin, Alabama. Livery and Feed Stable. Propose to keep a First-Class Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable - horses, buggies, hacks, wagons, etc for the public at reasonable rates. Drivers furnished.

The Protectionist, A large 8 page Republican newspaper, published weekly at Jasper, Alabama. A bold and fearless advocate of the true principles of the Republican Party. It invites the support of all Republicans, and promises to give them a clean, bright, and newsy paper, and one that is neither afraid nor ashamed to stand up for its principles. Subscription one dollar a year. Sample copies free. Agents wanted. Address - The Protectionist, Jasper, Ala. Note. W. F. GREEN, late of Marion County is the editor of the Protectionist, and will appreciate the support of his friends in Marion County and everywhere else.

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Hamilton News Press - Janaury 17, 1895

 MCCLUSKEY & DAVIS, Attorneys at Law, Vernon and Hamilton, Ala. Will practice in all the courts of Alabama and Mississippi.

W. R. APPLING, Attorney at Law, Hamilton, Alabama. Will practice in Marion and adjoining counties. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention

W. H. KEY A. S. HESTER KEY & HESTER, Attorneys at Law - Russellville, Ala will practice in Franklin and adjoining counties, in the Supreme Court and the Federal court at Huntsville. Mr. Key will be in Hamilton on the first Monday in each month.

B. R. FITE, Attorney at Law, Hamilton, Ala. Will practice in Marion and adjoining counties, in the federal courts at Huntsville and the Supreme Court of the State. Special attention given to the collection of claims.

GEO. C. ALMON W. I. BULLOCK, ALMON & BULLOCK, Attorneys at Law, Russellville Ala. will practice in Franklin and adjoining counties ,and especially in Marion; also in the Federal court at Huntsville and in the Supreme Court at Montgomery.

C. E. MITCHELL, Attorney-at-Law, Hamilton, Ala. will practice in all the courts of Marion and adjoining counties.

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