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and Tensions Obtained.
Conveyancer. Marriage Licenses Procure!
Western Assurance Company,
(Jranite State Fire Insurance Co.,
Westchester Fire Insurance Co..
The Preferred Farmers' Ins'e Co.
Office: Upstairs in Rapley Block, Yale.
THE GREAT 30th
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Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one lor study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the scat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and B2oodBui!der
and restores both vitality and strength to the
muscular and nervous system, bringing bac''
the pink glow to pale cheeks and restoring the
fire of youth. It wards off Insanity and Con
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insist cn ha
ing REVIVO, no other. It can be carried in vcs
pocket. By mail, $1.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six for $3.00, with a positive writ
ten guarantee to cure or refund the money in
every package. For iree circular address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. ILL.
For Sale by Grant Holden, Yale, Mich.
Default having been made In tho conditions
of a certain mortgage made by Kbcnezcr Smith
and Laura- Smith his wife, of Avoca, St. Clair
County, Michigan, to John lllchards, of Lon
don. Ontario, dated the 'J ith day of Decenilicr,
A. 1).. lsj ' and recorded in the 'olllcc of tho
Jieglster of Deeds for tho Countv of St. Clair
and Statu of Michigan on the :utli dav of De
cember, !..', in Liner U3 of Mortices' on pane
297 on which mortgage there Is claimed to In
due at the date of this notice tlm sum of six
Hundred Kitty-Four Dollars and Highly iVuts
St34.0) and 110 suit or proceedings at law hav
ing been Instituted to recover the same oranv
'ovv therefore by virtue of tho power of sale
contained In said mortgage and tlie statute In
such case made and provided, notice Is hereby
Riven that on the '.'Ith day of July, A. D., 18U7,
at ten o'clock In the forenoon, 1 shall sell at
public auction to the highest bidder at the
front door of the Court House in the City of
J'ort Huron (that being the place where the
Circuit Court for the County ot St. Clair Is held)
the premises described In said mortgage or so
much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount due on said mortgage with interest and
sill legal costs together with an Attorney's fee
of Twenty-Five 1 lollars provided by law ; the said
premises being described In said mortgage as
follows: The southeast quarter of the northeast
inarter of Section two 02) In town seven (7;
north of ltange fifteen east, containing forty
acres more of less.
Dated April wd. 1(507.
JOHN K1CHAUDS, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Default having been made In the conditions
Of a certain mortgage made by Kbenezer Smith
and Jjiura Smith, his wife, of Avoca, St. Clair
comity, Michigan, to John Richards, of London,
Ontario, dated the l'.tli day of April, A. D 1 str
and recorded in the otlice of the Register of
Deeds for the County of St. Clair and State of
Michigan, on the 12th day of April, lx2. In
Liber 03. of Mortgages on page 38 on which
mortgage there is claimed to be due at the dale
of this iiotlce the sum of Six Hundred Seventy
Eieht Dollars and Four Cents ($078.04) and no
suit or proceedings at law haying been institu
ted to recover the samoor any part thereof.
Mow therefore by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said mortgage and the statute In
such case made and provided, notice Is hereby
given that 011 the '24th day of July. A. D. If 17. at
ten o'clock 111 the forenoon, 1 shall sell at public
auction to the highest bidder at the frontdoor
of the Court House in the City of Port Huron
(that being the place w here the Circuit Court
for the County of St. Clair Is held), the premises
described in said mortgage or so much thereof
as may be necessary to pay the amount due on
said mortgage, with Interest and all legal costs,
together with an attorney fee of Twenty-Five
3ollars provided by law; tiie said premises being
described in sain mortgage as follows: The
northeast quarter of northeast quarter of section
two 02), town seven (7) north of range tifteen(15)
rast containing forty (40) acres ot land be the
same more or less.
Dated April 2. isr7.
JOHN RICHARDS, Mortgagee:
FRANK WHIPPLE, b 8
51-13 Attorney for Mortgagee.
Default having been made In the conditions
of a certain mortgage made bv Alexander Turn
bull, of Prockway, St, Clair County, Michigan,
to Thomas lirown, of same place, dated tho '2."th
clay of September, Isst., and recorded in the
ollice of the Register of Deeds lor St. Clair
Countv, Michigan, on the 1st day of October,
issj, lh Liberal of Mortgages on page r..", which
mortgage was on the 14th day of October, isxr,,
assigned bv said Thomas lirown to Mary Stead,
of Macomb Comity, Michigan, and said assign
ment recorded In said Register's ofllce In Liber
U of Assignments of Mortgages on page :i,
and again assigned by said Alary Stead on the
Mb day of April, him, to James Taylor, of
Almont, Michigan, and tho last named assign
ment iccorded in the olllce of said Register of
Deeds In Libert of Assignments of Mortgages
on page mm. on which mortgage there Is claimed
to be due at the date ot this notice the sum of
Five Hundred and Forty Dollars and Eighty
Three Cents ($mo.k:o and no suit or proceeding
at law having been instituted to recover the
same or anv part thereof. .
Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of salo
contained in said mortgage and the statute In
such caso niivde aud provided, notice is hereby
jrivea that on the 7 til day of September, A. D..
IS'.iT, at nine o'clock In the forenoon I shall sell at
public auction to the highest bidder at the front
door of the Court House in the City of l'ort Huron
(that being the place where the circuit Court tor
the County of St Clair is held) the premises des
cribed In said mortgage or so much thereof as
may be necessary to pity tho amount due on said
mortgage with the Interest and all legal costs to
gether with an attorney fee of Twenty-Five
Dollars provided by law; the said premises being
described In said mortgage ns all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate and being in
the township of ISrockway, county of St. Clair,
Michigan state, known and described as f jllows,
to-wit: Forty acres of laud to be taken oil of the
vest side of that part of the east half of the south
west quarter of Section eight (is) town eight (S)
Js'orth, lunge fourteen (14) east, lying south of
the bank ol Mill Creek, meaning hereby to
convey forty acres of land bounded by the sout h
line of section eight, west by the west Hue of
the east half of muitli-wett M'larter of said
section, north by Mill Creek, and east by a line
running parallel with the said west Hue of tho
cast half of south-west quarter and far enough
therefrom to Include ami make forty acres of
land. JAMES TAY1-OK,
T. C. TAYLOR, ft-IS Assignee ot Mortgage.
Attorney for Anlgnee of Mortgage.
Dated, June 5lh, isi7.
VFALfH FOR BRAINS. iSS.
v nut v on.
throuK" patents. Why not you? fclmple. use
ful article Dv Urcely. Write for book and lint
of Inventions wanted sent free. A UC 1 1 Kit,
AlTON A KC UK 11,3171 Urosxl way, i. .
1st Day. VSMM'sftA
ATTO R N EY-AT-LAW
Settlement of Estates.
Homes in Yale. Vacant lluild-
4 n WUna lrnnnnt 1 1 n ol n no a tji t a a
T h.nvA cnrrpp.t mans of tho VI 1.
lacrA of Vain, and Countipn of St.
Clair and Sanilac. Abstracts of
nearly all or 1 ale property.
OERVICFSat 10.30 a. in. and 7.00 i. m. Rev
O J. A. Kowe, pastor. Sabbath school at
vi m. C. it. ilohien, bunt.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
A T A. C. CHAPEL. Services at 11 a. m
2. Prayer meetings every Thursday evening
hi 7o ciock. tiuer j. n. i aion. rastor.
CERVICES every Sunday at 7:00 p. in., and
kj alternately at 10:.K a. in. licv. is. W. coop-
n, ruiiiiiiiy ocimkii tit a ;n 11, ill., j.
(ioheen, Supt. Prayer meeting Thursday even'
ingai7:jo. luiueavor meeting aionuay at 7:e
p. in. ira a. lioneen, l ies.
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.
fMIAPEL on Mechanic street. D. McCall,
.Minister, reaching every suimay at 11 a
m. and 7:on i. ni. Sunday School at 10 a. m
Christian Endeavor at L':3n p. in. Junior Endea
vor at 3:30 p. m. rrayer Meeting at 7:30 every
CHURCH on Mary Street. Services every
Sunday evening at 7:oo o'clock. Rev. b.
Crlpuen, pastor. Sabbath school at 11 a. m
l . A. I'ai ks, supt.
1lrt:sp,YTEKIA services at the Itrlek Chap
el, beginning with Sunday, October 11,
two Sabbat It day morning services at 11. -oo
o clock followed by two evening services at 7 :00.
Meeting for choir practice every I ridayevciiin
Union Sabbath School at 10 o'clock. Jas.
F. &. A. M.
BROCKWAY LODGE, No. 3IG.
Regular communications forlS!)7 will
on the loilow ing i iiuisuay eve-
each month at 8 o clock in Ma
sonie hall. Main street, Yale. Jan. 14. Feb. 11,
.Mar. is. Ani ll 15. May 13. June in and '4. .July K
Aug. 1 Sept.il. Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. Visiting
brethren w ill receive a iraternai weiome.
A. W. Ferugson, W. M.
John Yv ark, Secretary. R. 11. Mcncicy.Tieas
K. O. T. M.
TALE TENT, No. 8C.
. Regular review every
1st and 3rd Tuesday even
their hall, Lutz block.
Visiting Knights will be
royally received. Members
reuuestcd to attend regu
larly. W. N. Armstrong,
Record Keeper. William
PEERLESS HIVE, 123 L. O.T. M.,
; , -i .?'7 Meets the first and third Friday
evening of each mouth in Macca-
Minnle Holden. Coin.
I. O. O. F.
ADVANCE LODC.E, No. 110.
Meets every Friday evening at
'"Vjh'tf tlR,'r ln Chamberlain block,
ale. Members of the order are
cordially invited. W. A. Cavanagh, N. U,
AETNA COUNCIL NO. 679, R, A.
1) I'XULAU MEETINGS first and third Wed
xi nesdays of each month. Visiting brethren
invited, lxlge Room, llal lent I lie's Hall. .N. II.
DR. BENJ. CLYNE.
IjHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR.
illlce on Main street, first door south of Har
ris' Carriage Works, Yale. Onlee hours from 12
to 2 :30. l ucsuays and Saturdays all dav.
DR. WILL H. COWAN.
1JIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Oniceovcr
Holden's drug store. Inquiries and mes
sages left at Holden's drug store will receive
careful attention. Residence, on Main street,
south ot Kanlcv house, oiuce hours 10 to 3 and
0 to 8:30 daily, Sundays excepted.
Specialties. Treatment of the
NOSE, THROAT and EAR.
MP. C. M. Trinity University, M. D. C. M.
Victoria University. Toronto, tint. Ofllce
aud resilience Main street in house formerly
occupied by Dr. J. Wells. Otlice hours 1 to 4 p.
3 I I J " 4 AEN.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE over Lennon's
Druir Store. Vuill: Snechiltv. Surirerv.
Diseases of Woman nod Children. Allen: Spe
cialty, Eye, Far, Throat and Nose. Ofllce
uours: a a. in. to a p. m. Wednesday ami Sat
urday. DR. A. HOWELL.
OFFICE OVER YALE RANK; Ofllce Hours:
9:(K) to 10:00 A. M., and 2:00 to 4:00 i. m., except
Sunday. Residence opposite Rapley House.
Calls promptly attended.
DR. P. G. LATHROP.
DENTIST, has had 20 years cxjiericnce in
Mechanical Dentistry. Uses tho latest
methods of extracting teeth. Ollice upstairs in
the Yale Rank building.
W. N. ARMSTRONG V. S. & V. D.
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST,
Honorary Graduate, Medalist, anil I'rize
inan of the Ontario Veterinary College of Toron
to Canada. Diseases of all domesticated ani
mals treated on the latest sclentlllc m inclDles.
Calls by day or night promptly attended. Ollice
open day aud night. Ollice 1st door north of
ill U' tin on's Drug Store.
GEO. H. BROWN, D.D.S.
DENTAL ROOMS. Stewart P.lock, Port Hu
ron. Latest modes of operatinglncluding
bridge work or artlllcial teeth without plates.
GEO. W. BELL,
A UCTIONEER. Y'ale. Real estate, personal
IX. property or any klndot sales nromptly at
tended to. Orders left at the Exrosrrou oftlco
will receive prompt attention. Correspondence
W. W. LORD.
AUCTIONEER. Peck. Mleh., Is prepared to
attend all kinds of sales on short noi lee nnl
at reasonable rates. Correspondence solicited,
orders sent either by mall or telephone to Dr.
Toal at Peek w ill be promptly attended to.
A GENERAL INVITATION Is extended to
nil tt p: ntiil iaa inAwlifintnlAuin
accommodations for commercial travelers and
farmers. A choice selection of wines. Honors
and cigars always on hand. Jerry U. Paisley,
rpONSORIAL ARTIST, Yale. If you want a
I first class haircut, shave, shamnoo or sea
foam, don't fail to give him a call. Charges
SENT FREE !
Tn linv nnriim lntarA.ln1 In liiim ma mattora
or who loves animals, we will send free, upon
application, a ropy t tn "Ai,i.i a.m;b," the
organ of this Society. In addit ion to its Intense
ly iiucrrsung reading, it contains ansi mine
valuable and unusual premiums given by the
The National Humana Alliance,
410-411 UitMtd CharMea Bnidf , w Yrfc.
Facts and Fancies Caught on the Bound,
And Sent to Tho Expositor as the World goes round.
A successful celebration was held at
Casa City on July 5.
John Fallahay, of Millington, was
burned in hia barn July 0.
Kx-Consul John C. New is epcuding
a few weeks at tho Oakland.
On July 7th tho Flint newsboys en
joyed a day's outing in Detroit.
The Ilartlctt College (Ohio) students
will have an outing at Stag Island.
Tho lady cyclists of Itichniond havo
organized a club to bo known as the
Tho Marine City cornet band has
been reorganized and $100 spent in
Manv prominent Detroit million
aires have taken to the wheel as a
A very heavy crop of unusually lino
quality of hay is being harvested at
and around Holly.
Herman Ilazelton.of Marysyille, had
his feet badly bruised and cut in the
saw mill at that place.
Irving (Juilford, a man o'J 3'earsold,
wae killed on the Michigan Central
ncur l'inconning, July 0.
Chas. J. Holmes, of l'ort Huron, left
July 1 in his 2S-foot yacht. N. E. W. S.
for his trip around tho world.
Kev. R. N. VanDoren, of Vermillion,
S. 1). has received a call to tho First
Uaptist church in Fort Huron.
The Marine City Globo is the new
paper at Marine City. This place will
hardly make three papers rich.
Jas. F.antill. ir., of Capac, now has
charge of the Valley Centre Homing
mill in the place of Win. Dcmott.
Komeo people are highly enthusias
tic over tho prospects of an electric
railroad from Detroit to Komco via.
Tho Jenkfl family of this sect'on of
the state held a grand reunion at the
residence of Henry Jcnks in St. Clair,
Downincton and Minden City have
consolidated in the base ball business
and the club will be known as the M.
& D. 15. D. 0.
Two Lakcvillc men were very badly
bruised by their horse running away
when near Uomeo. The horso died
On the town lino road near St. Clair.
eiizht skunks were discovered by bicy
clists and with 6ticks and stones they
were all killed.
Xo afternoon sessions arc now held
in the St. Clair county circuit court.
The St. Clair church suit has been put
oyer for a week.
The fourth annual convention of the
Police and Sheriffs' Association of
Michigan will be held in Fort Huron
some time this month.
Two Oxford men have been lined
for spearing lish in their own waters.
They claim a right to spear their own
hah and will appeal the case.
Members of the Illinois Frees Asso
ciation and their familesto the number
of 400 or more, will take an outing at
The Oakland, St. Clair, this month.
The road from Wadhams into Fort
Huron is taid to be as bad a piece of
road as any in the state. It is much
traveled and should be decently mend
A five-vear-old bov fell into Helle
River at Marine City and a fifteen-
year-old boy jumped in after him and
swam to shore with him, saying hia
Two of Metamora's young ladies
rode their wheels on the sidewalk after
the village dads had ruled it against
the law, and they were each fined fifty
It is understood that tho location of
tho new life saving station has been
decided upon at Lakeview Reach four
miles north of tho Fort Gratiot light
Kx-controller Waite'a bondsmen ob
ject to paying tho amount of YVaite's
shortage as he was only lound guilty
of appropriating $580. Tho shortage
On Tromley mountain, a hill near
Romeo, Albert Nye Fost, of Romeo.
and residents who liyo in tho vicinity,
raised the stars and stripes July 4th, on
a polo C3 feet in height.
A grocery and residence, belonging
to Mrs. Fearsall and a barn occupied
by the Thomson Woodenware Co. in
l'ort Huron, were burned on Juiyu.
Supposed to have been from fireworks.
Tho Dryden roller mill elevator and
their smaller building were destroyed
by fire last Sunday. George R. Lamb
& Co. were tho owners. The loss is
about $12,000. Cause of lire unknown.
Several barns belonging to Wesley
Schlcichtcr and R. (J. Rrown, of Krown
City, have been burned recently one
after another and certain parties have
been suspected. Tho gang has now
been unearthed by officers and will be
brought to justice.
A St. Clair man was spraying hia
trees during one of tho recent hot
days and ho was perspiring freely.
Somo of tho poison dropped on hi9
skin and his pores being so open tho
roison was easily taken into his system.
Io is now sutl'ering greatly with erup
tions over hia skin.
Several Flint young men wcro re
cently arrested for fast driying. Somo
feeling was stirred tin against the
marshal who arrested tnem and he in
turn was arrested on a charge of alleg
ed assault and battery on one of those
whom he took in charge. A gang of
young fellows met the marshal on the
street and pounded him so severely
that he is laid up for repairs.
A Californiagirl, Rowena Reed, has
broken the world's record for women
in the running long jump, setting the
mark at 13 feet 4 inches. Miss Reed is
19 years old, and is just completing
her sophomore year at Vassar. 8he
tips the scales at 160 pounds and is an
expert cyclist, can handle a horse or
an uar aim is inuispensiDie in 1110 IOOt
ball and basket ball teams.
Six prominent Mt. Clemens young
men nave ueen arrested on a charge or
maliciously discharging fire crackers.
A general assault was made on the
store of L. A. Kcker, over which the
family live and the persecution by
lire crackers, rockets, roman candles,
etc. became unindurable.
The term of Chief of Police Petit, at
Fort Huron, expired on June 1st, but
his successor was not agreed upon by
tho board of police commissioners.
Petit has continued to servo and tho
mayor has instructed the city control
ler not to nnv him for tliH month nf
Juno. I'etit will brino-unit floroinul-. tho
city if ho docs not receive salary at
George Pavey, of near Port Huron,
is having heaps of trouble. He be
lieves ghosts are at work around him
and his house, but the officers seem to
suspect near neighbors. Pavey cannot
go out of his houso but he is assailed
by all sorts of missiles, a old iron, old
boots and f hoes, pieces of wood, etc.
Ho took a load of the stuff to Port
Huron with him and officers are in
vestigating the matter.
The Modern Method of Cele
brating the Fourth.
Celebration of the Fourth of July
is accompanied with many casualties
every year, but the circumstances most
to be regretted is that the Fourth
sometimes falls on Sunday. In this
case there is much difference of opin
ion as to which day the celebration
shall be held. One-third of the people
celebrate the day before, another
third have more patriotism than relig
ion and celebrate on the Sabbath, and
the remainder celebrate tho follow
ing day. There is a strong contingent
which believes that no celebration ii
valid unless it is a continuous uproar
lasting 24 hours, and the long-suffering
citizens who would be content with
15 minutes of patriotic racket get a
continuous performance of 72 hours.
If the bold signers of the Declaration
of Independence could have foreseen
that in the course of time the celebra
tions of the event would cause greater
loss ot lite and property, more wounds,
maimings. and disfigurements than all
the battles of the revolution, they
would have kept the declaration as
quiet as possible on this side of the
Atlantic, and so obscured the date
that it would have been too vague
to celebrate. It is on the Glorious
Fourth that the small boy takes on
the dignity of a warrior. The law
which usually curbs his diabolical
yearning for noise and destruction is
iclaxed and young America is in
dividually and severally turned loose.
The first few crackers are exploded
harmlessly with a few feeble cheers,
but the sport becomes tame very quick
ly. In order to enliven it the subse
quent crackers are poked into the gar
ments of some other boy before they
are exploded and poor old grandfath
er's easy chair is lifted with awful
Manufacturers have pandered to the
abnormal taste for racket by build
ing crackers of enormous size, and
gunpowder has become so tarns that
dynamite and other powerful detonat
ing compounds are sold as carelessly
as brown sugar. In a spirit of mis
chief these dangerous explosives are
thrown under nervous horses and the
maddened creatures kill at a moderate
estimate 50 people a year. Hands are
blown to pieces, eyes are blown out
and private residences and business
blocks are burned in order to keep
alive the warlike spirit of the nation.
It would no doubt be a great hardship
to deprive the people of these glorious
privileges because there is still a good
deal of barbarism in every community,
but it must bo apparent to all that
the open commons and not the crowd
ed streets of a city are the proper
places for carrying on this mimic
warfare. Some day perhaps a more
rational means of celebrating the
greatest event in American history
will be hit upon by some benefactor
of the race, but the time honored cus
tom of commemorating the act of
colonial separation with banging gun
powder and bloodshed has taken a
strong hold and it will not be easily
displaced by a more rational method.
fiend your address to II. K. Rucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are eay in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they havo
been proved invaluable. They aro
guaranteed to bo perfectly free from
eleteripus substance and to be purely
vegetable. They do not weaken by
their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Regular eizo 25c. per box.
Bold by Grant Holden, Druggist, Yale.
has been had in cases of colic, diar
rhoe, etc., by using Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. As a household remedy
for such troubles it is invaluable. Ruy
a 10c trial bottle and you are bound to
bn convinced. To bo had of Grant
Yale, Juno Oth, 1837.
Mr. Thomas Manley,
Dear Sir: This is to certify
that I have entirely recoyered from
your treatment for cancer. Have been
examined by a doctor since receiving
treatment and he pronounced it cured;
also that I was examined by three doc
tors before treatment and they all pro
nounced it cancer of the breast. That
your treatment was short and compar
atively of little pain, requiring only
about one month for removal and
closure of wound. Mrs. J. Roadway.
ILLUSTRATED - NEWS
Tlie Terror of l'aklrs, the Most Honest Sport
ing l'aiier on Kartli.
Hacked John L. Sullivan for 810,000 In his best
btories about Tenderloin Girls and Live Sen
sations of the Day.
l for 13 weeks at the ot1lce or for sale every
where. ARTHUR T. LUMLEY.
210 llroauway, X. Y. Editor and Prop.
We want agents with uood references and
newsdealers la your locality. Write to us for
SHORT HORN BULL
For service, 1 mile west and 1 mile
south of Yale. Isaac Menerev.
Terms, 61.00, spot cash.
Jhiggies, Surries. 3-pring and Platform
Wagons, Hay Hakes and Corn
At a trial contest held near Yale recently.
Call and look over the line of Uuggies and Road Wagons wo handle and get
An Unlucky Number !
BUT IT IS NOT
"When you invest that many dollars in one
of our Made-to-Measure Suits. We have made
arrangements with a First-Class Tailoring Es
tablishment whereby wo can furnish you a
Xo. 1 Suit with the best of trimmings for this
small amount. Quality cannot be excelled.
CALL AT OUll MILL
Bring or Send
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No Job Too Small to Receive
The Popular Hotel of Port Huron.
L. A. W. HOTEL
Finest Location in the City.
RATES ON APPLICATION.
Under Xew Management.
& - Holden
The Fair Patent Plow
Andreae & Sons
Copying and Enlarging,
We can take all kinds of
Photos and are Dealers in
Frames, Easels, Cords, Xails,
Street, Corner Wall, Port Hujon.
Our Attention and Consideration.
EXPOSITOR JOB ROOMS