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john.early - ; Flour and Feod Stores. John G. Earley began...
; Flour and Feod Stores. John G. Earley began the flour and feed business in the old warehouse owned owned by William I. Kreider. Last April he associated with him John A. Det-wtiler, Det-wtiler, Det-wtiler, and the firm is now known as Early & Detweiler. Thev conduct a growing flour and feed business, and . . . , . T rviinn with' tJ.u w --aUV --aUV --aUV o -,-n -,-n -,-n -,-n for the manufacture of the flour tne c'ailv capacity of which is 125 barrels obtain-of flour and "the chopping capacity is ! merchan-sbout 800 bushels. " Andrew S Stauffer is the proprietor of a flour and feed business that he es tablished some years ago. north of the Philadelphia and Reading railway station. station. Mr. Staaffer sold out his business j to Joseph F. Lauck and engaged in the hiniber business, but his love for his oh! business brought him back to the old stand and to-day to-day to-day he is sole proprietor proprietor of an enterprise that is constantly growing. , ! j ; j

Clipped from Harrisburg Daily Independent05 Sep 1910, MonPage 7

Harrisburg Daily Independent (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)05 Sep 1910, MonPage 7
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