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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 May 1888

A NEW GOON IN TOWN. t I Fergus The Weekly Expositor, TiirirsjiAY. May 10, ISM. 11 Tt located here r, th a c tultio Hn nf H-A-R-D-W-A-R-E! Stoves, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Painters' Materials, Etc. Kinds. Garden Tools of a! We hare h1m, in rntintdiou, a .hri fur tloinjr. all kinds of jTIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORK.s: A (.here (rtl public iiBtror.nge "oli'iiteJ. Store in the New Kapley SSlock. By different combinations in addition, subtraction, multiplying and dividing of the Good a we have in stock, we feel confident that you will find something that will please you, as we have just returned from the city with a complete stock of Spring and Summer 1 1 ATS AND BOX NKTS, yea, even running over with THE GHOICEST MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS in all the new, novel and latest shades, forms and style.-, and will be pleased to exhibit our goods to any and all who may call. 57 Ciiildkkn's Hats a Specialty. Removed to building one door North of Wear & Paisley's. MASON 86 JOHNSON. DON'T WO...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 May 1888

The Wecklj' Expositor J. A. MKN7.iKsKlitor and Prep HKOCKWAY CKNTHK. MICH. Cioorge M. "N'hltaker said before Iho Massachusetts horticultural society: Many u farmer who calls himself cnter lirlsing and who does raise good crops forpots that with a few hours' work he could plant a dozen trees that would greatly enhance the value of his estate and yield blessings of beauty long after lie had passed away. If tho father can not spare a little land for a lawn, r a flower garden, If he cannot Rive the b:ys a little time and some encouragement thrown In, to care for them and add to the looks of his home, if he thinks of nothing but the cows or tho cornfield, he must not Ik surprised at being left alone in his old Prince Ilismarck nia'ntalns that the ac quirement of languages does not Imply talent, lie thinks the ear rather than the mind is cultivated by tho linguist. A consul recently appointed to Perlln pest ered his minister to present him to I!is inarck. At length tho Interview was grant...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 May 1888

Thanksgiving at Sharon Farm, I1Y KOLNSKVILLE WILDMAN. TLc snow had been falling nil day long. Early Thursday morning, when Ilijah took tho bright scoured pail from tho rack on tho sunny sido of tho broad caved old house, tho hills about Sharon farm wore brown and scar; not a semblaneo of snow was in the atmos phere, only a, dull leaden coloring off toward t lie north. But by tho timo tho lat patient niulley was stripped, a littlo 11 11 1 tv of lLikea beat against tho cow-shed window, and Ilijah told Grandpa Parsons that "Ilo'd bo thinn ed if it warn't going ter be regie r Tlianksgiv n.r woatlicr arler all." Hour after h.iur tho snow continued to fall. Softly like a mantle it spread over Held and farm building, gradually sifling down among tho frozen herbage; at iirst hardly showing tho place, of hiding, but later asserting itself and hurrying tho dead grasses and en shrouding tho freshly plowed fields. Ever and auon a leafless daisy or broken stalk of tho mullen still could bo seen ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 May 1888

iuM.;xv..v..1'i. mi -r.V i m v- ... i.V SAX! PAUSE AND READ. You will find ti full line of DItESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, DRESS GINGHAMS, Lace Dress Fronts, LACE CURTAINS. SCRIM, SATTEENS, VELVETS, CORSETS. PARASOLS. In fact, everything in the 1 lute AT Hrockway Of.xtrk, Mich. GREAT ARRIVAL NEW GOODS! AT THE BOSTON STORE, j 50G & 50S Huron avc. next the lee Ilivo, Pt. Huron, Mich. W have received a largo liiw of SMDUOIDKKIKS. WllITi: OoODS, SATKKNR. SEEUSlTCKi:ilS. GlKdilAMS nd everything lu WanU Goods, nertfssury fur the fi ii)K Trade, ut Uottom 1'rice Also a full lino of Dress Goods, Tricots, .i.yjj rnur.uixcs. A roiniilvte llnu ut Genls' Hats, Cip: and Fu::i:hi: anil a full Ktoclc of Hoot a txt Shun for peutle meu, ladir and children, at prioH Ih-iow tlm lowest. , tW We still glv ;,- (T on balance of Clou';, nd great reduction on Winter (.foodH of h II de pcripllou. COKN BROS, Proprietors. Our l'rlce to all. Look Here! lliivlni jut received 'si larp- Uoek of I i i'H Gooh, Clot ti...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

Weekly 'USITUJtl JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 1. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair Co.; Mich., THURSDAY, May 17, 1888. Price: $1.00 per Year. I, i i i i ; li . Holden Bros.' Column. if GOODS. Wo have just received a large stock of and Laving had several years' ex perience we feel confident that we have selected a stock of goods that will please our . customers and the trade in treneral. We buy First Class Cools ari sell . them at ths Lowest Possitls Pries. Never before have we been able to present such a complete line of Dry Goods, such as SUITIXHS in all the latest colors. DIIESS GOODS, a grer't, variety ,and very cheap. V,YSII GOODS of all kinds. SATINS, Chatfbry, Ginghams and Indigo. In PRINTS, an elegant line. WHITE GOODS of all descriptions Bed Spreads, Lace Curtains, Em broidery; Hosiery and Notions of all kinds. In this line we certainly have the Most Complete Stock of Fine Goods ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

' MICHIGAN REPUBLICANS Ask Chicago Delegates to Support Alger. The riatrorm Th State Central Coin, uilttee. Tho republican state convention inet iu Grand Rapids on the tithinst. The conven tion was called to order by D. 0. Paige, and prayer followed by Rev. John Graham of Grand Rapids. The convention was organ ized in duo form and committees appointed. James II. Stone, on behalf of tho committee on resolutions, submitted tho following, which was adopted : "Tho republicans of Michigan in stato convention assembled to elect delegates to tho national convention, hereby reafllrm tho principles of tho party as heretofore enunciated by our conventions sinco the organization of tho party. We reaffirm our faith in tho wisdom and benefit of tho pro tective policy under which tho country, as fully recovered from tho financial depres sions resulting from tho great rebellion, has quadrupled tho wealth of tho nation, rendered the nation absolutely independent, und elevated and dignified labor in...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

STRIVING FOR FAME. 1 started on a Ion ly rrmd; A few companion-, with me went; Some fell U'hind. some lo. watd strode, l'ut all one hijlipurjo e brnt; To live for nature, finding trcth In liea ty and the hhrine o' art; To consecrate our Joyous yr ith To alms outside the loinm in mart 1 turned aside and Unbend lonz To I'luck a rose, to hear a Mrd: To muse, wlille lis ening to the song t)f brooks thnn fill leafy covers heard; To live lu thoughts that I rought no fame ( .r guerdon from the thoughtless crowd; To toll for end that could not c aim The world's applauses, coirse and loud. liut still, though o t I bind my 6heaf lu fields my comrades have not known, Though a t Is long and life Is brief, .ni youth has now forever down, I would iivit lose the rapture sweet N':ir scorn the toil of earlier years; Still would I dliul with eager feet. Though towering height on he'ght ap pears. i V. Crunch. A FAMILY APFAIll. HY 111(111 CONWAY. CIIA1 TE11I. A LITTLE DEKKLICT. It was a dreary, dismal ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

PURE DRUGS vr Tin: C. A, Wells' Pharmacy. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES .VXD- FANCY GOODS. A Fine Line of the Ikst Perfumes, Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. Presi riptions carefully compounded day or I112IU. V. Stevens, V. Oluce nt (. A. Wells Dru Store. PAINTERS ALL SAY Ialnt Yot r Peninsular Furs Faints, House with Prepared in white inula handsome line of shades. kkdy MIXK1 lor file nnn;i or in jmm- num for thinning Every ran hears this tfuanintce: guaiian'tp.u of run it. W .,:r-.!,.. A t'lW lll.U'M '! Ill Cllilt.lill not 1 1 1 1 1 i.,,t ttii,'iiv iiiiro old iii-im-css white h ad and oxide ol zine, uromid in pure lins I nil and dryer. tint..il uli li iiiik) 1 . 1 : 1 : 1 tit-1 1 1 rotors. We '.. .11 ,,i.,, 1 iri.1.1 fin' evi'i v ounce of adulteration whii li this 'aeKa-i: may be found to rout. tin. Peninsular Whitehead & injur Works, Detroit, Midi. r' .n iwn li:inil4ciiiielis!)1avof these paint Taint your kitchen tloorvw'li Peninsular Floor juul histint:. For...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

The Sherman Williams' Paint Time-Tried and Quality Proven. EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUILDERS. We are after a share of your trade. Our latch-stnrg always out. 2?" Call and get prices before going abroad, "a IF YOU WANT Paints and Oils, Screen Doors, Yindow Screens, Harvest Tools Copper & Tinware ami in fact anything in the Hardware Line, call on A. W. FERGUSON & CO, New llapley block, 1? rock way Centre. iy different combination! in addition, subtraction, multiplying and dividing of the Goods we have in stock, we feel confident that you will find something that will please you, as we have just returned from tin city with a complete stock of Spring and .Summer II ATS AND HON NKTS, yea, even running over with THE GHOIGEST MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS in all the new, novel and latest sh.-.des, forms and style, and will lie pleased to exhibit our goods to any and all who may call. ac7 Ciiildkkx's Hats a Specialty. Removed to building one door North of Wear & Paisley's. MASON 86 JOHN...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

The Weekly Expositor J, A. Menzies, Editor and Prop BROCKWAY CENTRE. - MICH. The latest iiewa fiom Zanzibar respect ing Mr. Stanley's expedition Is alarming. Emln reports that nothing l:ad been heard from him it t the beginning ' f No ember. As the expedition left the mouth of the Aiuwlml in .Inne, ani was expected t arrive at Wadela. during Septeml er thero are grounds for serious apprehentlon. Mr. btan'ey has, however, a rare talent for negotiating amicably wl'.h African chiefs and fur extricating himself from positions .f extraordinary lltt:c :lty . His delay In reaching Albeit I.ako is inexplicable, I ut s no rumors of his death or of any disas ter to his expedition have reached Zanzi bar, it Is reasonable to expect that he will emerge In due tin e from the unexplored, regions with material for the mot Inter esting and exciting of his many books of travel and adventure. Kev. E iwln H. Russell in charco of the Anerican church rt Florence, Italy, had the unusual honor recently of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

V TRAINING SAILORS. Plenty of Hard Work for Boys Who Want to Sail. The Schoolahlp St. Mary's and Her Jolly CrewThe towing Cruise, Lying at the foot of Fast Thirty-first " street In New York Ity is the city school ship St. Mary 'a. .Small boys who wander into that nelghborh od look longingly at her trim spars aud u nite decks and go home and beg lea-re to go to sea. Their little heads are tiled with pictures of the strange sights seen by the bluu-jacketed youngsters, and the amb tion to be one of the tlght-trousen-d crowd who go skip ping through the topi ha been enough to make many a boy leave home Ly stealth and try to go aboard. Alas for their hopes! Also alas for their ambition! No boy will I be taken aboard the ship who Is not brought there by his father or mother or by his legal guardian, lhe St. Mary's is no place for truants. Any boy who wants . to sail In her must not only have the con i sent of his guardians. lie must be the . owner of a good moral character In first rate w...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1888

SAY! PAUSE AND READ. You will fiinl u full line of DRES3 GOODS, WHITE GOODS, DRESS GINGHAMS, Lace Dress Fronts. LACE CURTAINS. SCRIM, SATTEENS, VELVETS, CORSETS. PARASOLS. In fact everything in the DRY GOODS AT The Weekly Expositor. Jaa A iMenzle. I'ubllshcr. M. P. ALLEN S. CORRESPONDENCE. Hartsuffs Harried Feraldings. Another ro il wave Mm lav an I Mon day, some tn iw fell. K. Hutchison has coinmenceil work on his new dwelling house. Win. Mortl n r,t' JJoselmr;;, a ent Sunday with . Smith and family. Sheriff Hermit; visited this pi ne Sat urday on business in this ami lircck way township. Joseph Ileadle, of Oscoda, is visitieg friends and relatives in this ilac. lie and his wife intend starting for Wash ington Territory soon to spend the sum mer there. (iitAti: !ki:knvooi. Vapor from Valley Centre. O. A. Tr.ck made a trip to Pt. Huron Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. I Hack spent Sunday with friends in Deanville. Mr. Ilucll vihitnl liis parents living near Inilay City, Miturday and Sunday. Fa...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

Expositor. KLY INDEPENDENT" IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. JAS. A. MENZ1ES, Editor and Proprietor. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair Co., Mich., THURSDAY, May 24, 1888. Price: $1.00 per Year. Vol. VII, No. 2. WEEI t Holden Bros.' Column. Ml GOODS We have just received a large stock of DRY GOODS! and having had several years' ex ford confident that wo have selected a stock of goods that will please our customers aim me trade in general. We iiy First Class Gads and sell Hem at tie Lowest Possible Price, Never hefore have we been aide to present such a complete lint of Dry (ioods, such as SUlTINfiS in all the latest colors. DRESS GOODS, a great variety and very cheap. WASH GOODS of all kinds. BATIKS, Chamnry. Ginghams and Indigo. In PRINTS, an elegant line. WHITE GOODS of all descriptions Red Spreads, Lace Curtains, Em broidery; Hosiery and Notions of all kinds. Boot In t his line we certainly have Hie Most Complete Stock of l-'iin- Goods in the village 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. — 24 May 1888

I t he Weekly Expositor J. A. Mknzies, Etlitor and Prop ' HKOCKWAY CKNT11E, MICH. Another Artie cxin clUIon la anuounc it. the results of wlileh, If Hu'cesi-Tul, can scarcely fall to bo of couslderabl sclou tltic and historical interest, its o Veetlvo point is that Rreat blank triangle with 6errato edees that on our roars h !.Velle I Greenland, but which tho explorer Da is declared should called the land of deso lation, Hnd which rrofessorNorden kjold. had named the Northern Sahara. Tho expedition ha9 been equipped at Christi nnia. . Norway, and will set out at onco from Copenhagen, under tho leadership of Mr. Nan-en, the curator of the f.iwvis museum at liorgen. A landing will bo made on the barren and Mbidd.n ast ern coast, and thenceforth the watchword of the company will be, "Across the conti nent or die." At best it will lie an ardu ous and perilous task to traverse mi foot 700 miles of eternal miow nnd lee. Nor Is there much in the history ofCreen landic adventure to encourage...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

n ; Why We Win Beckum IIoimI'i 8arf.vrllla It tho belt iprtng inedl cine rnd bloo l purifier. a Uoouae It It a coiu entraied extract of the beat al ternative and 1 loU purlfylug remedtca of the vege table kingdom. lii-CRUse, by prculliu combination, proportion sod propar lou. It ikimniui cuiatlve power peculiar to Uaelf. Beeaaae It lathe only medlrtno of which can truly t Mid "100 doo one dollar," an uuaiuworable argu xient a to Strongth and Economy Because It la taequtiled for tbe car of scrofula alt rheum, bolla, pimples, humor, etc. Became It rouse the kidney and liver and keept bf e organ In healthy condition. Because ercry article entering Into It li carefully canned, noaa but the bet la used and all the root and hcrba are ground la our own druz mill which make Impossible the use of anything Impure or de leterloua. Because It la an Honost Medicino and ercry purchaser receives a fair equivalent for bis money. Becaune when Riven a faithful trUl It Is reason ably certain to effuct...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

PURE DRUGS AT Till- C. A, Wells' Pharmacy. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES AND- FANCY GOODS. A Fine Line of the Jiest lerfumea Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. tT Proscriptions urrully compounded day vi nigni. W. Stexens, V. S., (Mice at C. Store. A. Wells' Dru PAINTERS ALL SAY Fenin:ukr Furs faints Taint Yoi r House with Prepared In white ami a haiulsonu- line of shades, readv jiixkI) for tlic brush nr in paste form lorminniuic. i-.x ery -an nuars mis guarantee' . guarantiee; of purity. We KUiiranU'i" this pae-kaicu toi-ont.iln nothing Unt strictly pure old proe-ess w hite lead and oxide of Zinc, ground in pure linsid oil und divers. Shades tinted with most permanent colors. We will pay one ounce ol cold for every "ounce of adulteration which this package mar he found to contain. Peninsular White Iicad & color Works, Detroit. Mich. i Call and see a handsome displav of these paints. Taint your kitchen floor with Peninsular Floor Taint. Dries har.d over, night. Ver...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

The Sherman Time-Tried and EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUILDERS. We are after a share of your trade. Our latch-string always out. 232" Call and get prices before going abroad. IF YOU WANT Paints and Oils, Screen Doors, Window Screens, Harvest Tools and in fact anything in A. W. FERGUSON & CO., New ltapley block, By different combinations in addition, subtraction, multiplying and dividing of the Goods we have in stock, we feel confident that you will find something that will jleawe you, as we have just returned from the city with a complete stock of Spring and Summer HATS AND BON NETS, yea, even running over with THE GHOICEST MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS in all the new, novel and latest shades, forms and styles, and will be pleased to exhibit our goods to any and all who may call. Children's Hats a Specialty. Removed to building one door North of Wear & Paisley's. MASON &o JOHNSON. DON'T WORRY because you haven't got lots of money. You don't need much to buy a good suit of us. Don'...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

NEWS SUMMARY, CONGRESSIONAL. May 14, Skxatk. Tho house bill making an appropriation to enable the executive departments, tho bureau o( agriculture, tho Smithsonian institution and tbo fish commission to participate in the Centennial exposition of tbo Ohio Valley and Central States at Cincinnati from J uly to October. lsWS, was taken up and amended in several particulars and passed, and a conference committee ordered. Tho amendments strike out the provision for a committee of congress to act as an advisory board; re duce tho appropriation from $150,U50 to $U.VJ5l) (tho .",000 for tho advisory lioard being stricken out) and requires the Pres ident to designate a person to mako final audits of tho accounts. Tho senate bill to authorize tho Haiti moro and Potomac rail road to acquire and uso real estate for rail way purposes in tho District of Columbia, was taken up and debatod until 2 p. m. when tho aulnial industry mil was laiu De fore the senate as unfinished business and then the pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

THE COUNTER-MARCH. HY KOHKIIT .'. Hl'ItDKTTK Tramp, tramp, tramp! With th morning clocks at ten, She skimmed the street with footsteps fleet, And hustltil the timid men; Trump, tramp, tramp! Shu entered the dry goods stor And with echoing tread tho tlanco sho led All over the crowded tioor. Sho charged the thr. ng where the bargains were, And everybody n ade way for her; Wherever she paw u painted sign She made for that spot a prompt bee line; Whatever was old or whatever was new She had It down and she looked it through; Whatever It was that caught her eye Sho'd stop and price, and pretend to buy. Hut 'twas either too bad ( ommon or good. So she did, and sho wouldn t and didn't and would. And round the counters and up the stairs, In attic an I basement and every wheres; The salesmen fainted and cash boys drop ped. Hut still she shopped, and shopped, and shopped. ,"i round, and roun I, and round and round. Like a winding toy with a key that's wound. She'd weave and wrigIe and twirl ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1888

SAY! PAUSE AND READ. You will find a full limy of DRESS GOODS, ; WHITE GOODS, DRESS GINGHAMS, Laco Dress Fronts, LACE CURTAINS. SCRIM, SATTEENS, VELVETS, CORSETS, PARASOLS. hi fact everything in the 1 LIT AT EH. P. ALLEN Ukockw.vy Ckxtuk, Mich. GREAT ARRIVAL Of NEW GOODS! The Weekly Expositor. Ja A, Meiuio, lulllhtr. CORRESPONDENCE. Riu:eLur and Roundabouts. 'I he clii'iM1 factory opened on Men tiny. Miss Maiy T ohey, of Detroit, is tl:e lest of Miss Mary Tenuatit. of this place. Miss Kinina Mitchell lias returned home from her seliool at Elmer City on a short visit- We are glad to hear that Mr. Near is able to be around again after a severe attack of bronchitis. Chips from Oapac. Mrs. K. ('.Martin is visiting at Flint. S. Ik Cottington rented the Kailroad House barn for a ware room for mach inery this summer. 1). C. Lewis and family will move to Marquette in a few days. Mrs. llyron Walker returned from her visit at Doyle's Station last Wed nesday. Mrs. A.Jeffreys, of Komeo. is visi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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