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E. & O. E. | Folio 419} Christian S. Baker Henry B. Brown. Monthly Statement Staunton, Va., May 1, 1897

Mr. A.D.S. Beck Deerfield

To Baker & Brown, Dr. Successors to Baker Bros. Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers in Wool, Hardware, Flour, Grain, Wagons, Agricultural Implements

1896 Feby 26 | To | Balance rendered | 13 47 [Feby] 27 | " | 1 BBl Fam Flour | 4 15 April 18 |" | 1 " " " | 4 50 [April] 21 | " | 1 " " " | 4 50 June 2 | " | 1 Skein Box | 50 [June]12 | " | 1 Bill Flour Salt | 7 50 Sept 22 | " | Cash | 5 83 | $ 40 | 45 1895 | Cr July 30 | By | 13 1/2 Wool (omitted)13 | 1 75 1896 May 21 | " | Cash | 10 00 June 27 | " | Cash | 10 00 Sept 22 | " | Check | 15 83 | 37 | 58 Balance due | $ 2 | 87 Please be kind enough to attend to this

All business must be promptly settled account of Mr. Brown's death.

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