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Title: Grand Prize Horse and Mule Market
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Grand Prairie Horse & Mule Market,

John F. Judy, Proprietor,

8 miles from Williamsport, Indiana, a Saloon, or the Whistle of a Locamotive.

Nothing like it in the World. Originated and established by John F. Judy, of Judyville, a Farmer. Branch houses by no partners.

Branch stores and Repositories at
Williamsport, Ind.
Carbondale, Ind.
Milford, Ill.
Goodland, Ind.
Fountain, Ind.
Crawfordsville, Ind.
Rossville, Ill.
Parr, Ind.
Morocco, Ind.
Charlotte, Ill.

At LaFayette Ind., office the First Monday and Tuesday of each month for collecting and convenience of meeting customers and loaning money.

The good you get from a flower, a bright day, from wind, water or light, depends upon the use you make of it. The good that you get out of the Grand Prairie Horse and Mule Market and its many branches depends on the use you make of them. Put up your money or good collateral and every manager of any of our stores will "divy" up the stakes with you in a manner that will always make you a willing patron of Judy.



Date: 4/28/1898
Origin: The Home Journal
Record ID: 00001575
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 8/10/2001
Collection: Judyville
Entered By: Amber M Knipe

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