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Experts Looking After Clay

Herald of April 1, 1897

Experts were looking after a vein of clay, at the “yellow bank”, located on the Lytle estate in Huston Twp. This clay is used in the manufacture of a certain grade of paper, and if the test proves successful, large shipments will be made from this station.

Emma, beloved wife of Arch Treese, died at her home in Royer after an illness of about four years duration. She was confined to her bed but two weeks, being a patient sufferer till the summons came. She was a kind neighbor and friend to all who knew her.

David Hamilton, 73, was struck and killed by a freight e...

 

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