||In 1917 tractor-trailers were yet to be implemented. The most economical way to deliver freight was by train. The closest railroad stop to Bonneauville was Gulden's Station. The station was located a few miles north of the town, near Rt. 30. Freight was picked up at the station and delivered by wagon or truck to it's final destination. This waybill is for a one-hundred pound barrel of china ordered by Rev. John M. Nichols of St. Jos. Church, Bonneauville. The railroad shipping charge was thirty-eight cents from Lancaster, PA.