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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

1 14 Pi i II 1 i < i J spa mm NATURAL FRUIT MAYORS Vanilla Lemon Orange > Almond Rose etar i Of perfect purity Of groat strength Economy In their use Flavor as delicately Bn lel SroiS6Jy as the fresh fruit MEjTPEDYrREE em j trnJ ctritsa ilUojjKl ill tf7t r ji ii rfjs Itljtreiaw > tniirc JCBlSrjCJU v r Dmitf 5 GOLDEN SPIflFJL jf iy8sabc iTtnWacUpofcon or sT cMujHl jrtthoa Xh fruoitfedco of salut lr Utt B dWilltosl sneeayenic trfcetfcovttio pttleci a rvin SCHEDULE of advertising rates such as The Gazette adheres to treating every man alike is bet- ter than high rates cut In two for tho benefit Or FAVOIUTK CUSTOJIEKS ArlingtsrHydc Aro you looking for th < restaurant in tho c ffijtfWTJmako a beo line for the 3riao5TOiPhich under tho maijMsatcTftof C C Hjde is drawing tho feiHj lSiratle of any eating house in Korth Texas Try it and judge for yoursel Lost a ladysj JP valctt open face queen chainjiaWBonogram M M on jssWWSrd f or backj Its return to the Ga rbffice THE GAZETTE MA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

MANSION W W Corner Fourth SON iLLrs Sts Fort WorthTexas Proprietors This hotel has lust been Uujjmtilft renovated and under the new management made the be- ts the state CommodijfMMSple rooms recently secured Commercial travel especially solicit G iO fllSSGES Formerly with the Uland N V MANAG HOTEL H Corner Malawi Ratestj2Ja0wDay GEO C HUD urth Streets Fort Worth Texas Just completed Our new price list for 1881 and will be pleased to furnish it to retail drug- gists of Texas t W TAYLOR GEORGE L HURLEY J C TERRELL Sr W J JOKDfS President VicePresident Second VicePresident Sac and Man IS PARH k COOKE Specialists Hirshfield Building Corner Seventh and Houston Streets Fort Worth Tex DISEASES OF WOMEX Prolapsls TJteri Leu Fbask dokset Cashier cmumkXL BANK Wlollita aJaiH rWac A general banking business In all Its tranche CapltL fsgSW S50000 I Collections made on all Panhandle points th J C HcOAETHX President CHAS SCEEUBER VicePresiBeit j00B lMim C7T NATIMMftmF Capital 3300000 S Surplus 600...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

T t a I 3 13 hi i ii Mm 3 J r FORT WOBXH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAT IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBIISHM COMPAM Publishers and Proprietors Weather Bulletin Special to the Gazette Galveston Tcx June 26 The atmos- pheric pressure is greatest over theer tremo JJorthwest and lake region and least OTer the central Kocky nioimtaln slope and the second lowest is observed over the New England states The temperature is gen- erally stationary except rising over the eastern part of the country Showers have fallen over the Hocky mountain slope and the region of the Missouri valley ana local showers in other portions Winds are vari- able Cotton Region ltulletin United States signal service cotton region bulletin for twentyfour hours ending atC p m yesterday showing the maximum yjmperature tho minimum temperature and rainfall by inches and hundredths Yesterdays Local Weather 7 a m SOClear 0a m 87 Cleir r m uiciear JPni 99Clear 6pm 91 Clear 8 pm 90Clear XOT1CK TO TJIK TUBLIO Friends of The Gazette...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

ms sm WfWB THE SUBTREASURY DISCUSSED PRO AND CON IN LIMESTONE COUNTY Attacked by Hon J W Blake of alexia Defended bjr li W Coleman o < South tn Mercury and Alliance Fame TnORSTOS LnTESTOKT COTOTY 1 TEX June 231S L 1 Correspondence o the Gazette This has been a field day in Thornton There was a picnic in the spacious grounds of the academy with political speaking from 10 oclock until night The subtreas ury scheme was thoroughly discussed pro and con before a large and appreciative audience and if these people are not well Indoctrinated upon the subject it is not for tack of teaching K TV Coleman of Southern Mercury and Alliance fame opened the argument in a two hoursr speech In favor of the measure He said that this was an irrepressible con- flict between the people and corporate monopoly That the oppressions of the money power had become so intolerable that the people in 6elfdefenso had been compelled to league together in the organ- ization known as tho Farmers Alliance That it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

< ma8g38gBSmgS NO The PRESIDENT MANVEL COMING He and Party will Arrive on a Special thli Morning The Teachers Excnrrion The South Lead a Usual Tall Lights For tho Glorious Fourth The Fort Worth and Rio Grande railway company has issued the following excur- sion circular giving the Fourth of July rates on its lino j All Agents Sell excursion tekets to all stations July 3 and 4 good to return until July C in- clusive at one faro for the round trip Ricuakd Loud General Passenger Agent Will Arrive This Mornlnc At 8 oclock this morning President Allen Manvcl and A A Kobinson second vice president and general manager of tho At- chison Topeka and Santa Fo system will arrive from tho South on a special train It is not known Just how long they will re- main in the city but they will probably be here several hours They are on a tour of inspection investigating the crop prospects and their tour is not considered indicative of any special objfct at this time TIieTcxm and Pacific Wants the Te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

work tioned DR BETTS BETTS SQEGEONS iKTSPECIALISTS > MfclN STREET TDblTIels Texas Ite most widely and favorably known spo eialists In the Tinted States Their Ions expe- rience remarkable skill and universal success in the treatment and cure of Nervous Chronlo and Surgical diseases entitles these eminent tnrslciaas to tho full confidence of the afflicted everywhere They guarantee A CERTAIN AND POSITIVE CURE ft ire awful effects of early vice and the n < evils that follow In its train t PRIVATE BLOOD ANp SMjWJSBASES prrdUy completely iBaYjSMsWnfentlv cured NERVOUS DEal SKCND SEXUAL DIS- ORDERS yl fcBKUy to their skillful treat cent j ti P riLapfFISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS uMCteed cured without pain or detention cm business HYDROCELE AND VARIOCELE perma aentlv and successfully cured In every ease SYPHILIS GONORRHEA GLEET Sptr ttatorrfcea Seminal weakness Lost Manhood Night Emissions Decayed Faculties Female Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 27 June 1891

n IsWt CoL Perkins Medley overt J ibt llohe of Danube Wax raustG hongand On Monday June 29th It being our regular monthly clearing sale we will repeat our great 212 CENT LAWN SALE It proved a decided sudcessand why not 25 CENTf FOR A GOOD LAWN DRE3S ought to be appreciated by every A1I SuraMfer Goods are Inductions We Look at 5 cents per yard tLPrints at 5 cents per yd rma Prints 4 cents per yd IESftaACKHOSE 5 Cents psPl irl Rehember the Lawn Salecom mencesat 10 oclock No more than one dress sold to one per- son at one time MONDAY JUNE 29th HARRY MEYER 4I2 Main Bank Building MUSEMENTTS ENJOY THE COOL AIR Avoid the Heat and Dust of the Cityi Take Your WivesiChildren and Sweethearts to the ThirdSerenade Concert ARLINGTON HEIGHTS LAKE PKOF ATJLTS FUt BAND vi v 891 Fro T H Rolllnson Puerner Trombone tolo Ionocal Gounod J OCasey Part Scpnd OsgoodlP Vtu Puerner XlghdDffr TV Boctger Med y oerture X Hoslield Ddlpmrg request rxOnnisseau rtollh Adair request > Axi Keller Gapp Home run Cler...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

8M0CRAT PDBLISHINa CO 1 WE HAVE SOUNDED L Bargains iiSecondyHand Pianos SQUARES 3eo Stock 7 octaves St Louis Mfg Co 7 octaves IVheelock X octaves JXj Hardman 7 octaves largsgjslz round corners x5 v Sold on easy terms andgut in particulars zei first e v175 200 733 and 735 Main JSP UPBIGHT Billings octaves 175 Stuyvesant 7 octaves 225 Wheelock 7 octaves 300 order before shipping Write for further fcreet Dallas Texas E H HATCHES 1 res GEO B BOWHAB SscJHO FVOOKB VP 4 Q M T A HDBAli Xrw THE MOORE IRONWOjySs Fort W costiflf irexs City Office 0SM4MMiffF Wbrks Manufacture House Fronts Railings Ventilators Sash Weights Artesian Well Drilling Ma chines Well Drills Drill Bars Rope Sockets Jars Fishing Tools Enilne and Car Castings Repair and rebuild Engines Boilers Pumps Etc and do a general Foundry andHachiaa business Estimates g4ven on all kinds of machinery Architectural Iron work of all kinds a specialty e > t > s CfcmS SGHEUBER CO Mtf Port Texaa V g j WHOraSALEf de S d M ot m wj Bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

s sJ J V LADIES DEPARTMENT EDITED BX MBS 31B WSXTOX FcBusHins KoncE Alt communications intended for tils department should be addressed to Mrs M E VTauos Fort Worth Tex IN BRIEF The art of conversation as it was under- stood in the eighteenth century i3 perhaps I lost art and if the people of today were tailed to give expression t < 5 their prefer tnce between the disjointed small talk of the modern drawingroom and the tea Jrinkings at Madame Thrales where Dr Johnston indulged in monologues of almost endless duration the choice would be easily made in favor of the latterday mode Etlll neither extreme is desirable and if there is art in conversation much of it ap- pears to have been lost in the scramble for the realities of life in a new world Doubtless much ridicule would be heaped on an individual who was known to crave for an evening in society bat sober second thought suggests why not prepare for con- versation Would itnot be better to spend fifteen minutes before making an en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

> gr ari7supposedtobe great thing involving so small a matter 03 only 1000000 Texas dont build much on a single million You ivho read this page of The Gazette well tnow that last week we showed you by an irgument irrefutable that Fort Worth alono was losing at least 1000000 a year bj not having her surroundings settled up and properly worked But outside of Texas 1000000 is a big thing so we may talk on about the navy bean after our con tcmporaiy suggesting however that should Texas once become fairly concerned in navy bean culture shed talk millions in dollars and cents instead of 1000000 The crop says the Home Journal is easy ol growth and far more profitable than either corn wheat or cotton One would think that this boasted coun- try of ours with its vast territory and vane4 climate might produce beans enough for home consumption and even grow a few to spare An increased atten- tion to thissubject is all that is necessary to effect the desired increase in the home growth Like a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

il a hi fer fr H i Ml Jt would ill other HIS CHILDRER My little son had a number of bad ulcers nnd running Bores to come on his head and body which lasted for four years I tried all the doctors and many remedies but the sores still grew worseuntiLI did not expeCUiim to recover Jtty friends wore confident that if thjporeshealed JLJ Swifts Spec bottles cured Vealthy ch ilso cured a of my t anotha UM JIcKinnet BEECHAMS < TH SBEAT CaroBIi 25ctJr a length quit SVoodbuxy Tex Book on Blood and Slin Diseases irtt THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga him on ess ihan three pound and ILLS s s rREMEOY FS and XZXSf Do not confuse THE Mutual Life Insurance1 Company of New York with any other Company of apparently similar name but less magnitude Bear in mind that there is no Life Insurance bm pany called Te New Yom Mutual j fe and that tbefctisjfo Life Insur ance Conflkoy chartered York the MUTUAL in its title The Mutual Life Company of Richard A McCuaDY President ROBBRT A GRANNISS VicePresident AS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

MAIN STREET Dallas Texas The most widely ana lavorably rlilists In tho United States ThjAgWfeg expe- rience remarltable sltUl anfaPvcrsal success In tbe treatment ted c pFrscrvotw Chronis and Surgical dteeajgppWtitles these eminent jAyElclans ta MRTccnndenceof theaiiieted everynhejaMpHey guarantee A CljpPSlN AND POSITIVE CURS for tkeJMrlu elects cf early vice and the numerous tjrcJthat follow In It train PKIVATE BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES iwedflv completely and permanently cured NEKVOUS DEBllITY AND SEXUAL DIS- ORDERS yield readily to their skillful treat- ment PILES FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS ruaranteed cured without palu or detention from business HYDROCELE AND VARIGCELE perma- nently and successfully cured in every case SYPHILIS GONORRHEA GLEET Sper matorrhea Seminal t eahnes Lost Manhood Night Emissions Decayed Faculties Female Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured as well as all func- tional disorders that result from youthful folllej or the ex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

I 1K r rt 6 iSa INSURANCE DEATHISNT KIND ENOUGH TO WAIT FOR US TO PREPARE Oaa or the Mighty Forces In Modern Clvil Izatlon The Fallacy of Advertis- ing Special Cases The Field for Wfe Insurance Where is tho most promising field for the life insurance solicitor Certainly not among the superstitions They seem to think a life insurance policy is about equal to a death warrant They have a vaguo notion that this would be just the way to bring upon themselves the fatal resentment 6f the dark and shadowy powers whom they suppose to be watching for a chance to Betas them and bear them beyond the vale of mortality In their total eclipse and misconception of thclivine Fatherhood and the ways of providence they imagine that to insure their lives would give the venge- ful deities the very opportunity for which they are continually on tho watch They have probably never heard ofythe fatal sis- ters who were fabled to rule human destiny and to cut off the thread of life but how many gloomy notions...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

jgmmMmQg > a i iaYi fflfiiaiKtftBfeiKjaiftaiMwaRg CHAPTEEII 1 irtliaTWSKT for2Ir Halls dreams to When we returnci to town in tho middle cf September 1 was all agog to dash cbrouqh thick and thin Tind all the more lmDatenifcecausalknew that two months must yctclapso before tho season would tdrly begin A vi3it to Lotty when her Jamily cams homo froralfewport and Olive Grenns garden party helped to stay my Ue > ires to a small extent and as every weekpasiedbjiJtisadtOfcOeonoor two of thonienwhomly that time I knew stroll la thnrajh3ZitS8ahoa33 square or walk- ing la Walnut street Mr Boullter in Hated endowing mo up tho river I think U would igffliTyfly hsra Lad me take sap- per with himaiStawbcrry mansion quits by ourselves but J positively refnsed to row with him alone esxeptin tho morning and X oU did It onco heing a little dis- torted I confers hy tho other men at tho boat houre Not that I was afraid of them but I did not want to bo talked about and at that tuna did not know e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

s slbJIlEi 5 > Childrens Shoes Slippers WE HAVE JVST RSCEIVEDjiajCfOTHER IpIIPMEXX OF OV LEOAStSlND D UTExghjKTnETip oxfords e i AMUSEMENTS GO EARLY AND AVOIDTHlpDSH FOURTH SERENADE ONCERT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS LAKE EY PEOF ATJLTJ3 FUTjL BAUD Tuesday Jige 301891 From 7 30p m to lOWiStm W REPERTOIRE Part First Grstld March Gilmore Medley iVSchlepcrgrill WaltzIrene SB Bennet Medley < t Boetcer Herenade 2t Tf Fettcl Grand select Crow I > lamijpdsi Auber i Part Second ± Medley ZlZi Tobam ltronze Horse l I Auber tMBtlsche Planquetfe t Irish tfeedleyjjjaltzes Beunct Medlc v ejrPr Jalop KollIncm RdSEDE ELER1IC CARS on aquston street rnnnlng southT jll connect with the Heights carsat the postoMce Electric cars leave the postofflce every day in the week eery twenty minutes after3 p m Returning the last car leaves Arlington Heights at 11 p m or later if necessary in Judgment or the company to return visitors to the city Good and safe boats for hire at the boathouse No Liquor Permitted on...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

w f MOCRATPUBLISHING CO WASH FABRICS 50DO yards best Linenfinished Seersuckers regular 15c clearance cut 10c 1500 yards American fancy Satines regular 15c clearance cut 5c 3000 yards American Challies regular 10c grade clearance cut 3 12c 2000 yards French 33inch Challies regu- lar 40c grade clearance cut 15c 5000 yards best Shantong Pongee regu- lar 25c grade clearance cut 12 12c 3000 yards best American Challies regular 20c grade clearance cut 10c BLACK LAWN CLEARANCE CUTS Our 12 12c fastblack Lawnsclearance cut 7 12c Our 15c fastblkLawnsclearance cut 1112 Our 20c 15c Handsome line of Grenadine Effects in Black Lawns Our 50c black French Mulls superb finish clearance cut 35c Our 50c black French Organdies clearance cut 30c WHITE GOODS GLEARANCE CUTS 2500 yards 10c India Lawns clearance cut 5c 3000 yards 12 12c Check Nainsook clear- ance cut 5c 5000 yards 15c 33in India Lawns clear- ance cut 10c 1500 yards 40c dotted Swiss clearance cut 25c 3000 yards 35c Dhecked Dimity soft plia- ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

Ys i FORT tfORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAY IN fHE TEAR UEMOCBAT JUBUSM COMPAKY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets fort worth TERMS PF SUBSCRIPTION BT MAIL IN ADVANCE POSTACK PAH Dally and Sunday one year Ki 110 00 pilly and Sunday six montZi37rrSOT Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 00 the Sunday Gazette IS to 24 pages lyr 3 00 fee Weekly Gazette 12pages one year 1 00 By carrier In the city and suburbs 5 rents a n eek or Jl per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofflce Address in full including County and State II address Is to be changed give old address iswell as new T2E Gazettewill be sent only for the time or which remittance Is made POSTAGE Entered at the Postoflice In Fori Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter For the benefit of our patrons who desire to lend single copies of the Gazette through tho mall we give herewith the transient rate cf postage Torclgn and Domestic Per Copy Eight and tweUe page paper 1 cent Sixteen and twenty page paper...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

75Ss 4 > E iuta cure Where Nov fjni RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC Arrive eastbodkd Leave Uo 2 dally 725am 805pm Ka idally 640pm No 6dally 520am No 8dally 3U0pm 3020 a m No 10 dally 1035 am WESTBCUUDL TE0pm No 1 Sally 83 a m No 3 dally 905 a m 10S0prn No 5 dally 1135 a m No 7 dally 430pm Na 9 dally 435p m MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive jonnnioircnx Leave C40a m Na 2 dally 700 am 710p m No 4 dally 730 pm EOBTHEOUKD et5pm No 1 dally 810 p m fc 5axn Na 3dally 905 am TRANSCONTINENTAL Arrive yoirrnBotmD Leave No32dally R45am NoSldaUy 3 25am SOTJTHBOOTX f 05 pm No31 dally 1140 p m No 33 dally Texas and Pacific trains Nos 5and flonly stop at Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer- son Marshall Longvtew Junction Big Sandy Mlneola Wills Point Terrell East Dallas Dallas and Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave 6C0p m No 1 daily Na 2daily 930am ll0a m No 3 daily No 4 daily 440 pm GULF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrive sonniBOUNn Leave 1125a m NalOdally 1145a m- aO pm No 2...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

> B w w IT WAS A DRAW At Least the Police Made It So at Midnight THEBROWNDUMAS CONTEST Tiie Fight Stopped at 12 oclock After f IveftonndsofFast Fighting In Favor or Colorados Featherweight BrownDnmii Fifht The glovo contest between Jimmy Brown the Galveston spider and Tommy Dumas of this city came off last night at Clarks boxing acad emj Through some mismanagement the affair did not commpneo till nearly 12 oclock and consequently only five rounds were fought the police interfering at 12 oclock Joe Irvin was chosen as referee and Jake Wdly acted as timekeeper Bob Errand was behind the Spider arJounnio OMahoney backed up Dumas Bo Joy Burns was master of ceremonies The men were weighed in Brown tip- ping the beam at 127 pounds and Dumas sine pounds heavier First round Both men were wary and sparred for an opening The Spider led clean off his feet and sending him to gras3 The latter was on his feet in short order and tallied on Dumas neck The round was closed by an ineffectual lead o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 28 June 1891

a a 4 J In a 3 I a w b J dJgt preacleoEunning and ovening by Elder V Lc anv Subject In the mornf TheB Jsm of the Bible in the evi ng T give > udtian Solution of tho Liquor roblejuse ji dayschool at 930 a m- ill pel ttS 0 welcome RevTniffeo will deliver a lecture on he n pep hurch and Civilization at the Catders for ti this morning at tho close of he niast n a fat tho p o AlleeLyons Trial 5pecl s Gazette Sa YOUJmio Tex June 27 At Pear sail t for y < n the preliminary examination of Al JrUee and Jasper Lyons for the mur < lvo Editor Bowen Henry A King afaiv Goho was on the train al the time of U j ly was put on the stand for the on in y He said that when AUee boat train he stopped and spoke to hinvnvnRN very pleasantly and then pas nniii a careless manner Imme 5 uomwards the flrine becan and J IN PULPIT AND PEW Where the Bread of Life will be Dispensed ToDay THE BAPTIST CHURCHA MODEL L letter Received by Bev Morgan Wells Yesterday Special Berncei and High Mail at St Stanlilau...

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