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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 June 1887

SUBSCRIBE EKLY YOUR FOR THE Kcr.io Paper INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING Vol. VI, No. 5. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., JUNE 16, 1887. Price, Sl.OOa Year. SITOR TIig Weekly Expositor. A Reel Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 a Year 60c for Six Months 30c vor Three Months. Jas. A. Mexzies, Editor & Proprietor, ClIUltCH DIRECTORY MethodUt Protestant Church. Services alternately at 10:30 o'clock a.m.. and T p. m. Iter. J. si. juajuai.ju. riw, Sunday School at 8 p. m. D. DRAKE, Superintendent, Methodist Episcopal Church. Services alternately at 10:30 a. m. nd 7 p. m e Rev. HENRY KINU. Pantor. Sunday School at 2 p. in. C. COOPER. Superintendent, 'hurcli of Christ at the A. C Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m, frttytr tneetlnjc every Thursday evening 7:30. Church ot Christ Menerey'ii Comers. ati.im T nr,r. Tiav lmiriiiii p nt 10:110. and pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 June 1887

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mekzixs, IMiKrr ami Prop EEOCKTTAY CEJTrtlE, MICH. MICHIGAN MATTERS. MU-hlg.tn Crop Keport. Tho crop report for June, based upon returns from 10 J correspondents, repre senting 7'2'-5 townships, shows- that tlie mean temperature for May was eight de crees above the normal average tempera ture, The menu rain-fall in Way was two and four-tenths inches, or three-quarters oj an inch below the normal average. All crops are doing well. The condition of wheat in the bouthcrn four tiers of counties is 79 per cent, comparison being with the vitality and growth of average years. This Is 8 per cent below the con dition on May 1, and 5 per cent IhMow con dition June 1, 1880. These, figures Indi cate a yield per acre of nearly 13j bush els, while, tho average per acre as esti mated by correspondents Is W bushels. The condition in counties of the south ern four tiers ranges from (VJ In Washte rw to Ml In Lapeer. Tho condition is tho highest In M. (lair, 0:5; Lapeer 97; ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 June 1887

EXDTMIOX. How slowly rails von tickle from on high Throuifn evenlnir allent sky. Fl ashing a tpleli Jor from it curve J blade Ou tUe low-lying- itiadel Now Id and out the narrow eloud that bar It pathway from the atar It slipa and with a Koldcn if lory shines, bearing the iiiouutulu line. Nay. 'tl no sickle which some unseen hand 1a?1 fall upn the land; It 1 the Jewel of a lady crown, A sue atop lightly down. Night after ul?ht, down the aerial atalr Mie itfaietti unaware) Leaving the empire which the rule above, And all her elate, for love. Behold, her foot have touched the rocky atepa Where tlio vouajr shepherd alee), And larger burn her Jewel a the moves lu ear;h of him aiie love. And now it fades, and glimmers, and isgon Happy Kndymlon! While here the world in sudden shadow lies, She bend above his eyes. Atlantic Monthly. SET IN DIAMONDS. By Charlotte 31. Braetue. CHAPTER XXI Continued. "You may thank Heaven," she said "that she has gone. It was not llttlng that so worthless a wo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 June 1887

150,000 or- wnni ILT THE BROCXWAY CENTRE Ve are paying the Highest Cash Prico : Honest weight and fair dealing. , .r competition will he close, as then A great many farmers are of the opinion that we do not pay Cash for Wool. We wish to inform them that we have always paid the Highest Csh Market Price for Wool, and are prepared to buy all that conies to Is market. All we ask is to come and see us before yon sell your wool. P-NOTflM UflDlf A Spuekli Effort will be made to please UUO I Ulll II UniI nil whi ..iTiutaetunng their wool into Cloth, To those wishing to exchange wool . our factory has been miming all ill kinds of goo.Is to offer cheap. C 30,000 POUNDS ! OP WE WILL lie Highest Market Price in GASH For WOOL. Wo'wnnt all t'hw MEDIUM ami SOUTHDOWN' Wool in this part - the stale,' for whk'li we will pay EXTRA PRICES. We have Special Prices for Manufacturing your wool into (Moths, : I iimels ami Yarns. Send your address and we will send you our Circular of Prices, We will Exchange...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 June 1887

EEKLY rfJXPO vorn ron the rer Homo Paper, INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING Vol. VI, No. 6. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., JUNE 23, 1887. Price, $1.00 a Year. SITOR The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o rUHLISHKI) OX THURSDAYS. o $1 a Ykak GOc fob Six Months 30c von TriREK Months. Jas. A. Menziks, Editor & Proprietor C1IUKCIL DIItECTOHY Method 1st Protestant Church. Servicei alternately at 10:30 o'clock a.m.. and 7 p. in. Itt'V. .1. M.. UHA.MiAlili, rasior. Sunday School at 2 p, in. I. DRAKE, Supcriutcudent Methodist Episcopal Church. Serviced alternately at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Kev. lir.Mll M.xt. i nniur. Sunday School at - p. in. C. COOl'lCK. Superintendent vhurcli of Christ at the A. t Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 8 p. in tfrayer meetiii every Thurmlay evening 7:M. Caui-di ot Christ IMciurey's Corners. a'auI.i. t sf,Va i iiii-iniiiiL' at...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 June 1887

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, Editor and Prop BUOCKWAY CEN-ntE. - MICH. MICHIGAN OTTERS. Denlh of rromliient tltl'en. Henry II. lirown of the law firm of lirown it ThninaH of I'attli? Cmk, ami one of tlio most prominent, cuciKi'tlc and geu vrous of Michigan's citlens, in dead. Henry II. lirown vas born in Yjisilantl, Aug. 14, 1MK.. Hi father, Thomas 11. lirown. was a millwright and built the first mill erected In Ypslliinti. Ills mother, Anna Cleveland Lee, was a relative of (ien. Hubert K. I.ee. Mr. lirown when 14 years of au entered the naval school in, .Boston. The following year he sailed to South America, and later s e it eighteen months on the west coast of Africa in the' frigate United States. One of his ship mates was Klisha Kent Kane, the famous Arctic explorer. In 1S4U lie was attached to the steamer Michigan on the northern lakes, and passed the next nine years on the 1'acitic coast. He served two terms In the state legislature of Oregon, and In California he was a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 June 1887

TIIK M MINING AFTER. I livaril a rustle In tho hall iv here Hr-t w sto )J 'iuM waning taper; Slit met nit la lu-r br ink fast sliawl. Iter irtii)M a!i twmtH'l in curl paper. The n itfht before alio lo iku l a nuoeu In kan ii, alieou uul daily laeos, B" now Jui wliorit .in rouge lial been U -t jiow Jt-r puir liad li'it n trace. lteneuth tbe Llazinir rlianiloller 1 felt so aiiy aitJ alio so waryj My brain rroU U w Uli a audit? a fear That be might prove a wIiihoiiiu fairy. And vauUli la a ku11i-u dream On gauzy win, if zeuhvra wooed her, Away from a iu lit that kli' mljclit deem The iruktuce of a grot Intrudor. Alas! a tantalulnx sh.i, A cheat kin was, a vum ilehtgUu! Is beauty ever ibiu to fadiiy Mv mind had reached this sad conclusion. O. face of nttnre, always true, The poet kail, who n'over cliaffod her; But, lovely women, ye are few Whose faces lure the morning after. Mtto Moon. SET IN DIAMONDS. My Chailotte M. Hraeme. CIIAPTEIl XXII Continued. But Dr. Orton paused. "1 had though...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 June 1887

150,000 POUNDS or m w iv 4 n i a j 1 1 v.i it 1 1 i i 1 1 m AT BROCKWAY CENTRE We are paying tho Highest Cash Price to: Honest weight ami fair dealing. for competition will be close, as there will be several buyers in the field. A great many farmers are of the opinion that wo do not pay Cash for Wool. Wo wish to inform them that Cash Market Price for Wool, and are this market; All wo ask is to come nllOmftf llfnni A Special Effort will ho made to nlease uUu I Ulli f I UnlB all who manutactunng their wool into Lioin, To those wishing to exchange wool for goods, we would say, that. as our factory has been running all all kinds of goods to oiler cheap. C- 30,000 POUNDS ! or Jf( y WE WILL PilT Tim Highest Market Price in GASH For WOOL. We want all the MEDIUM and SOUTHDOWN Wool tin this part of the state, for which we will pay EXTRA PRICES. We have Special Prices for Manufacturing your wool into Cloths, rlannels and l arns. Send your address and wo will send you our Circular of Prices. W...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 June 1887

SUBSCRIBE WEEKLY JJjJkJr ODI J-JFk r?crac Pacer. for tuy: :l INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. NKUTKAL IN NOTHING Vol. VI, No. 7. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., JUNE 30. 1887. Price, $1.00 a Year.- The Weakly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o $1 a Yk.vk 00c for Six Months oOo von TnitEii Months. J a. A. Mknzii:s, Editor fc Proprietor. CIIUltOH MHECTOHY Methodist Protestant Church. Services alternately at lOiSO nYW-k o. in., end 7 p. in. Hev. .1. M. CUANDAl.L. l'nstor. Sunday School at si i. in. I. KKAKE, Superintendent. Methodist r.ilsropal Church. Services alternately at 1f): !0it. m. and 7 p. in. Kev. 1IKNKY KINO, l'nstor. Sunday School ut 2 p. in. C. CUOl'l.U. Suiieniitendent. Church of Chi 1st at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sjil.bnth School at 3 t. m Grayer meetiiiK every Thursday evening 7:30. Ctiurcti ot Christ JlenereyN Corner. iVorsliip Lord's Da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 June 1887

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Prop BUOCKWAY CENTtlE, - MICH. tlarueld University, Wichita, Kansas, is now approaching completion. Tho main building covers one and a quarter acres and is live stories high. The chapel will seat 5, COO people. There will bo a hall for male students and another for female students The rooms in these hal's will be rent free and board will be furnished at actual cost. The grounds of the campus have been laid out by a competent landscape gardener and will contain many varieties of trees and shrubs and a botanical garJen. The university will teach all the branches usually taught in tho great universities. Jt will have a well equipped astronomical observatory.and its college of medicine will be supple mented by a largo hospital. Its com mercial college is already in operation, having COO students. The university is a mile and a half from tho heart of Wichita, which now claims a population of 35,000 and is growing fast. There are nine or ten ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 June 1887

AT LAST. Had rose in tbe golden land. The river slnjrtnir sweet ami clesrt Again at the old place I atand, Where we two wandered yesteryear. Again 1 ae the sun-lit flame AcroM the distant mountain die; All the name, yet not the aame, t or we are parted, you and I. I dream of what you used to be, 1 ttiiuli of all tiiat once you told, A ud ttione aweet daya come bark to mo M v eyes ar dim w ith happy tears uit iiuari wu ueailllg loua an For God. I know, In after year ud and fast, VHftrn Will bring you back to me at last. The Quiver. SET IN DIAMONDS. Ill Charlotte M. Uraeme. CIIAPTEK XXIV. VANISHED IX THK MIST. It was all over. The vault In tbe old The won- same Marguerite who hurl irnmi rv Herons' Tool in such a passion of' love aim uespair ; ail tnese things seemed to i?t "I'i'uneu years ai?o. who was this tired, wearied, heart-broken wom an, flying as though for very life lest muv auuum uraggcd through the dl vorce court. She came to herself, to the reality of tmug, wuen Bne rouna n...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 June 1887

or era AT THE- BROCKWAY CENTRE Wc are paying the Highest Cash Price to: Honest weight and fair dealing. for competition will be close, as there will be several buyers in the field. A great many farmers are of the opinion that wo do not pay Cash for Wool. We wish to inform them that we have always paid the Highest Cash Market Price for Wool, and are prepared to Imy all that comes to this market. All we ask is to come and seo us before you sell your wool. PIIOTflfiJl MJflni A Special Effort will be made to please UUO I Ulll If UlBua all who manutacturing their wool into Cloth, 1 o those wishing to exchange wool for goods, we would say, that, ;as our factory has been running all winter, we have an immense stock of all kinds of goods to offer cheap. C 30,000" POUNDS ! or WIa WE WILL PAT Tie Highest Market Price in GASH For WOOL. We want all the MEDIUM and SOUTHDOWN Wool in this part of the state, for which we will pay EXTRA PRICES. We have Special Prices for Manufacturing your wool into...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 July 1887

Expobi feUBGCRIEE TOR Heme Pzpci for tii:: INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., JULY 7, 1887. Vol. VI, No. 8. Price, $1.00 a Year. LY The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 a Year GOo fob Six Months 30c foh Turkic Months. J a. A. Menzies, Editor & Proprietor CHURCH DI11EOTOUY Methodist Protestant Church. Services aloruately at 10:-'10 o'clock a. m.. and 1 p. m. Kov. J. M. t'UANDALL. Pastor. Sunday School at S p. m. D. DRAKE, Superintendent. Methodist ISjilscopal Church. Services alternately at 10:'Mn. m. and 7 p. m. Kev. HENRY KINO. Pastor. Sunday School at ' p. m. C. COOPER. Superintendent. vhurch ot Christ nt the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath heliool at 3.ra, Grayer meetimc every Thursday evening i .M. Cburc'i ot Christ Menerey's Conurt.. Worship Lord's Day morning at 10:W, and prahiii every...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 July 1887

The Weekly Expositoi J. A. Memziks, Editor and Prop BROCKWAY CEN'ttlE, - MICH A recent tire in the province of. Shan Lung destroyed the Museum of Con fucius. The structure was one of the most remarkable literary and artistic museums in the world. The edifice was built centuries ago and waa the an estral home of the family of Con Tuoius. The London Telegraph says: n this building, generation after gen eration, the nialo heirs of the great Chinese teacher have dwelt iu an un broken line for 2.500 years, bearing the Mtlo of dukes. With every other family 'n China, a nobleman's rank must always bo lower than that of his an cestor; for no trio Confucian would presume to stand higher than his grand, father, father, or his elder brother. In the illustrious "House of Confucius," however, the lofty title of duke passes unchanged except when emperor after emperor adds by royal decree Bome new phrase of honor to the name and line of the famous p' ilosopher. The tomb of Confucius is a huge moun...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 July 1887

A WATCH AM) A WOMAN. A watch aud a woman tr.) .tranKly ' To vi'ovt what I huv I'll iiuicWly ln-giu. Mie' ill fly adju-tel, t'lbeat und t col l, T.i win lier lie modest, yet KUllirlimtlv bold. When her iiiuliiHpiintf U love, tbe'it (run as the steel Tliat nmki'S tit cogs useful to govern the wbeol. Your gold l allovt' l. Nlie ha the trim ring Oftlie metal, uniiiixt wall a apurious tiling, rf delicate form-not made to bo auakcn; If you think 'twill tie Ip bur, you'ru greatly mil taken. The Jewels she ha aro her virtue an. I truth. Genu that dui't tarnish like four fleeting vonih. Her hand, are ii'ilto slender, hut point with re proach. When "iota at lodge," you roll home la A coach, Don't do it I h- r face w ill soon be bright. As a star peep ax through the curtain of night. Never let liei- run iiuwii, in spirit or health, Think f era way a an part of yourself, 1 a I tell you iilie'11 perfect time keep, Tilt the work are husliedisin the lat perfect sleep. M. SET IN DIAMONDS. By Charlo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 July 1887

150,001! OP bw urn AT BROCKWAY CENTRE WOOLEN FACTORY, We are paying the Highest ('ash Price the market will afford. Our mot to: Honest weight and fair dealing. Conic and get the- Highest Price, for competition will he close, as ther6 will he several huyers in the field. A great many fanners are of the opinion that we do not pay Cash for Avool. u o wish to inform them that Ave have always pan! the Highest Cash Market Price for Wool, and are prepared to huy all that conies to this market. All we ask is to come and see us he fore you sell your wool. PIIOTfiM Mnny A Special KlTort will he made to please UUO I LI If I if UlllVB JiH who manulacturmg their wool into Cloth, To those wishing to exchange wool for goous, we would say, that, as our factory has heen running all winter, we. have an immense stock of all kinds of goods to oiler cheap. C 30,000 POUNDS ! OF WE WILL I? AT" The Highest Market Price in GASH For WOOL, We want all the MEDIUM and SOUTHDOWN Wool in this part of the state, f...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 July 1887

Expositor, Yoru EEKLY f,J r 0 r for INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. Vol. VI, No. 9. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., JULY 14, 1887. Price, 81.00 a Year. ; The Weakly Expositor, i A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro- ;J gressivo Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISHED OX TIIUllSDAYS. o $1 a Yeak goo fuu Six Months , 30o I'on Trunin Months. J as.. A. Menzies, Editor & Proprietor. ClIUFCll DllllXTOUY Methodist Protestant Church. SiTvIcoa ulUTiiuti'ly ut 10:3il o'clock a.m.. and 7 p. m. ltt'v. J. M. C'J:ANI)ALL. Pastor. Sunday School at S p. m. 1. DltAKE, Superintendent. MetlioJIst Kplscopal Church. Services ulU-nintclyaMO::!OH. m. iiml 7 p. m. Kev. HKNUY KINO. Pnstor. Sunday School at, 2 p. m. C. COOl'hK. Superintendent. Vhurch l'Chrit at the A. l Chapel. Services at 11 a. i.i. Sahhatli School at 3 p. m. jfrayer K'fti:is ev.ry Thursday evening . :M. CUiuTt, ot C'lrlst-Mcucrey'ii Corners. Vnrship l.'M-u'.i Imv iiioriiln; at ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 July 1887

The Weekly Expositoi .J. A. Menzies, Editor aud rrop BUOCKWAY CENltE. - MICH At the meeting of tho Society of Christian Endeavor held recently in Saratoga, N. Y., the general secretary Ktated that last year there wero in ex istence SCO societies; to-day there aro 2,131 recorded divisions with a meniber iship of 140,000. Every state in the Union U represented, with three ex ceptions, and every territory but three, together with Syria, China, Japan, Micronesia, Spam, Scotland and Eng land In the United Mates the most noticeable growth has been in the western 6tatcs, between the Mississippi and the extreme Pacific slope. The ollowlng denominations aro represent ed: Congregational, Presbyterian. Paptist, Cat noli Reformed Christain, Lutheran Friends Episcopal.Moravian and Unitarian. The people o Beaver Canon, Idaho, had a pictnresouo celebration of tho Fourth. John Hancock read the Dec laration of Independence an! Henry Clay delivered the oration. Jn the pro cession the states were repr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 July 1887

sTI OIRU nerere.srele-Telv. I won't tell What hue their forellueaa nitv showj H.r brai Jtl hair Iteooues her well, n color like but ah, no! no! Tl,t it mr secret rid r brown, Jl the hamlaoiuet hair in town! Kh w&U with such ailaintr rharra, lUit wl.etner kIii be th'irt or tall. Of i,unHa limit o. ylli-lUe lorra, II r flmiro amts m Miat U fell! Nor J-j I rta oso the world to know If ail her ilreta or calico. Mf previous alrl l worth her weight, Not in rourfh Hold, bat it'ainou U nao, A U whet ter t.iat hd a.u ill or great I leave the read r to -Urine Ask mi t stinx her sol d w rth She would outweigh the whole round eartat To rhyme her prale la Burn delight Then I iiuhi keep it to myself. Lettoiie almuld but er Verats write - nlliiy in i neatly ot theauelf. I am not jealous, but you nee, Thia chat tuiiitf gin belongs to mo. .V. S. Brfff;. SET IN DIAMONDS. Bj Cliarlotte M. Dracm CHAPTER XXVI Continued. But beau tl in I Ethel va3 not Inclined at iitet to yield. During the whole of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 July 1887

or- 17 T , :r- ft! - M IX iiT Tzir: BRGCKWAY CENTRE WOOLEN FACTORY, Wo av.- prtving tin' Hiiiet t 'ash Price tho market will a (Ton!. Our mot to: Uom-st, weight and fair dealing. Conic and get tho Highest Price, for competition will bo close, as tlicro will be several buyers in the ilelil. Adroit man v farmers are of the opinion that we do not pay Cash for "Wool. We wish t inform them that we have alu ays paid the Highest Cash Market 1 i K-e for U ool. ami are nrrnared to luv all that comes to this market. Ail we ask is to come and see ns before yoii soli your wool. ORSOTfiR? MMXW A Special Effort will be made to please 1 UtU i i Uliua .ill who may favor it with their orders for man u fa. -turing their wool into Cloth, Flannel, blankets, Yarns, or Carding. To those wishing to exchange wool for goods, wo would say, that, as our factory has been running all winter, we have an immense stock of all kind ol goods to oiler cheap. C AXTJDiiiiii.S CZ SOITS v- irrr-fyS&Wttti mmm uieat Cl...

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