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And Wall Paper
The Palace Drug Store.
We wish to say right here that we
have ii verv huge line of Drugs. Medi
cines. Chemicals, etc. and everything
of the best quality. Customers can
safely rely on any article purchased
from us '
In Perfumes, Soaps. Brushes, tombs,
Purses. Pocket Hooks. Pipes. Trusses.
Shoulder Unices and Syringes we lead
them all. . .
We make a specialty of Prescriptions
and family receipts, and invite your
inspection of our goods and will guar
nntee our p.ices right.
fc-JrWe will not he undersold by
Ye are Headquarters for Wall Paper.
GRANT HOLDER & BRO.
At Both --
That's where you burn the candle
when von pay more than
All Wool Suit.
There isn't any law to prevent you
from paying more, hut, if you do it,
you do it on the theory that your
money isn't worth as much to you as
it is to somebody else. Yon will have
a handsome balance in your pocket to
spend for other things if you come to
us and pay that price; go elsewhere
you'll be parting with the balance that
burnt the candle at the other end, All
savings don't necessarily go into a safe;
the safest kind of a saving is to buy
one of our 37.00 All-Wool Suits.
Opposite First National Hank,
Port Huron, Mich.
Head all the advertisements in the
The cheapest place on earth to buy
tinware is at Bowtns' Bazaar.
John Mathews' barn in the village is
receiving a coat of red paint.
Ladies fast blaeK Hose 10c, I'm, and
i!0c per pair at llowins' Bazaar.
Mrs. S. U. Somers we are pleased to
note is able to he around again.
Yalo will celehrato on the Glorious
Fourth. Every Imdy invited to join
with us in a good time.
F. Woodward has sold his interests
in the north end meat market to James
Peters and Robert Jackson.
The house on Jones street owned by
John I). McKeith m being greatly im
proved by a new vera in hi and other
Dr. W. II. Cowan has done much
towards improving his premises this
spring, now he is adding a new coat of
paint to his house.
Elder Paton will preach next Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock and evening at
7:30 in Brick chapel. Subjects of in
terest will bo discussed.
Don't frget that Yalo intends to
celebrate July 4th in the most becom
ing manner. We expect large crowds
to till our town on that day.
Mrs. Taylor desires to inform the
public that she will have a special
marked down sale on Saturday. Here
it chance to get foods cheap.
Add your name to the Kxi'ositou'j
list of Hubsciubers.
Have you made a guess on F. T,
Palmer it Co'a candle as yet? If not,
Dont he backward in patronizing the
Kxi'osmm item box in the poxt-othce.
If you have an item of news let u
Tkachkus ani Stikkxts. Free trip
to Chicago and return. Write to Wont
em Michigan College, Grand Rapids,
for information. 1-4.
At AB.uujain. Onesewingmachine,
one gasoline stove, ono baby buggy.
For further particulars call at the
Expositor office, Yale. tf.
The grass along tho fides of our
utreets is getting rather long. The
street commissioner would do a good
act to put a man on to cut the name.
liuocn 15ess, French Lilac, Apple
Blossom, Wild Plum Blossom, and
Maltha Washington are the best per
fumes on earth for sale at (Irant llol
den tSt I'.ro's.
Uov. W. F. Perkins preached the
tcrmon at the Maccabee celebration in
Brown City Sunday. A large attend
ance was present and a splendid time
The weather for the past week has
been very warm and pleasant. Coin
ing after such a long, spell of cold,
rainy weather, the farmers are made
Just received one carload of white
pine plank dressed on both sides for
sidewalk use. These are dandies.
Call on J. I). Jones, or S. (). Welch i
Son. Yale. ' "lw3
We are informed that Sherman
Ilebner is very pick at Tawas City hav
ing only worked one day since he left
licie a month ago. lie is expected
Daniel McLean, formerly proprietor
of the American House m Yale, has
purchased Benj. (Janible's saloon in
Brown City ami took charge of the
same this week.
C. F. Michaels will give a grand ball
in his hall on Monday evening Julv
4th, 'l2. lull, $1..'0. There will also
be oc. dances in the hall all day. A
big time guaranteed.
We obtain patents for protection, not
for ornament. Send for our valuable
pamphlet. DuDois & Dubois, Inven
tive. Ago I'.uilding, Washington, D. C.
Mention this paper. 37
Born, in lirockway township, Sun
day, June 11th, 18'J2. to the wife of
A. D. Nhns, a son. Mr. Ninw is our
worthy cheese maker and is greatly
elated over this event.
Miss Letitia C. llanna has taken up
her residence in Brockway and will
be found at her mother's home pre
pared to do dressmaking for all who
wish to give her a call. 32tf.
The Maccabee picnic at Roseburg
Inst Saturday was not very v.cll at
tended. Some eminent speakers were
present from abroad. The Yale Cor
net band discoursed sweet music and
everybody had a good time.
The premium lUt of the P.roekway
Centre District Agricultural Society
ami Yale Driving Club is in the hands
of the printer and will be out in July.
You may look for a lirst-class fair and
some hue horse races next fall.
An exchange very cruelly says that
the sermon of the best preacher in
the world would not make as much
impression upon a congregation as
the sudden pattering of rain on the
panes of a cnurch containing 300 new
A bicycle insurance company, to
insure against accidental breakage,
has been started in New York. When
a broken wheel cannot be satisfactor
ily repaired bv the company's me
chanics, the policy holder is given a
The Ladies Aid of the M. P. church
will give an ice cream social at the
church this (Friday) evening. The
proceeds will go toward the improve
ment of the church building. Every
body turn out, get a dish of ice cream
and help the ladies in a worthy object.
Money can he earned in spare time
by good reliable men and women as
loca I agents for tho warranted fruits,
flowers and trees of J. E. Whitney.
Rochester, X. Y. Yearly salary is paid
for steady work, and a permanent hon
orable business is quickly built up. 15
Married, in Yale at the M. P. parson
age on Sunday, June 12th, 18'J2, by
Rev. W. F. Perkins, Wesley C. Bricker
and Miss Edith Middleton, loth of
(ireenwood. Tho Expositor congratu
lates the happy couple and wishes
them many years of happy wedded
Winslow, son of Charles Montney,
living east of Yale, who has leen sick
for the last three weeks, with typhoid
fever, passed away last Sunday at the
ago of 31 years. The funeral was held
in the M. P. church at two o'clock on
Tuesday, Rev. W. F. Perkins officiat
ing. The family haye the sympathy
A new fraud has just come to light
with the postoffice department. A
swindler, representing to be an agent
ot a "lruit company" of iew ork
makes his appearance in town and
quotes prices on oranges, lemons and
bananas from !?1 to S2 a box below the
market price. He shows the quota
tions to tne lanuioru or tne hotel, and
also a check which he acknowledges
to have iust received from his house
in New York as payment for his work
as agent. He secures a largo number
of orders from fruit dealers, no money
to be paid until the goods are deliver
ed. He wins the confidence of his
customers and the hotel keeper, pro
duces the check, they cash it. ltisthe
same old story, no "Fruit Company"
of that description exists, and thecheck
At the meeting of the Board of Esti
mates held Wednesday evening, there
was considerable informal talk about
additional room for city offices. Some
of the members thought it would be a
good idea if the city could obtain ab
solute control of the cdy hall. The
building is none too largo for city pur
poses at present. The county controls
the two upper stories on a l0-yoarleaso
at a rental ot 1 a year. There has
been considerable talk among the su-
fervisors about building a new court
muse. It was the opinion of the
Hoard of Estimates that it would be
good policy to givo the county market
square and a fc,000 tonus providing
that a new court house wasbuilt. This
would do away with the necessity of
building an addition to the city hall,
and destroying the beauty of tho
grounds. Port Huron Times.
(ieo. W. Pell was in Port Huron last
Joseph Foster went to Port Huron
A. W. Ferguson was in Port Huron
Landlord Toms, of I'bley, was in
Yale this week.
Mrs. W. R. (Jillett is in Port Huron
John D. (irinnell visited with his
family over Sunday.
Elmer Dutton, of Port Huron, was
in town Saturday last.
Sarah Johnson left for Port Huron
this morning to visit friends.
A. A 1 ward and wife visited .relatives
last Sunday near Itrown City.
Mrs. Samuel White visited among
friends in Sarnia over Sunday.
M. E. Kook, Fargo's enterprising
merchant was in Yale on Wednesday.
Will and Kittie Fry have returned
from .he deaf mute institute at Flint.
Miss Martha Monaghau and .Nellie
Dullie called on friends in Peck Tues
day. Tho. McArthur made a trip to
(J lad win ami Pinconning the past
Mrs. Jud Rlack and daughter Olive
returned home from Deanville last4
E. P. Huntoon, of Marine City, visit
ed his daughter Mrs. Levi Morrill over
Eliza Hopkins is home from Port
Huron with her brother Ed, on account
J. H. Prion was called to Ridgetown,
Out., last week on account of thedeath
of his mother.
Eva White left Tuesday morning fur
an extended visit with friends and rel
atives in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Menerey return
ed Saturday evening from their visit to
friends in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney started
housekeeping on their farm south of
village, this week.
E. R. Beccher and daughter Pert ha
drove to Port Huron Wednesday, re
turning on Thursday.
Mrs. Tappan and daughter Nannie,
have returned from their visit to Col
umbus and other places.
E. F. Featl who is taking charge of
the Rrown City bank in Mark Norman's
abwence was in Yale over Sunday.
Postmaster Snyder and Dennis Wind
sor, of Rrown City, were guests of our
popular barber, Aaron Windsor, on
Mrs. Roy Need ham is visiting with
her cousin P. F. Petit proprietor of the
Commercial House, Port Huron, at
Our old friend and former fellow
townsman Will II. Wear, of Wolverine,
is in the village the guest of hisparents
ami other friends.
Mrs. Ruth, of Lansing, Iowa, a cous
in of Mrs. E. R. Beccher wasthelatter's
guest the first of the week. Mrs. Ruth
was on her way to New York and
Marcia Peechcr accompanied her.
AGAIN YALE WINS.
Tins Timk I'npku inkavoiiahi.i: Ciu-
CIMSTAX1KS. Till: tiAMfi WAS Ex
t'KKDIXOLY EXCITIXO Til KOlolIOl T.
Axvtuino Pit A Fhikxiu.v Spiiut
Shown Pv Maui.kttk.
Monday was an extremely warm day
but our base ball boys and several
others went up to Marlette where the
return game was played. The friend
ly spirit which was shown by the
Marlcttes last week was lacking on
this day. At least as soon as it was
seen that Yale was going ahead then
their tricks became very apparent and
transparent. Rut our boys were de
termined to win and win they did in a
fair manner. We are sorry that the
Marlette boys should have resorted to
such methods as they did to win the
game which wa discontinued to: a
time on this account but was finally
finished, the score standing as follows:
I '' 3 4
1 0 0
5 6 7
:. W. Allen c
1-'. Francis 1 f
It. I., Newstead c t
W. l'ulmer 31
K. Aixlreat) t b
('.. 1 1 olden 1 li
II. KoU ombr f
II. Jardlne s a
3 0 1 0 0 8 1 0 0
Umpire O. F. Emery.
Moorer Atlwrt Heath.
3 4 5 0
F. Conlov n
.1. H. Iliwrlr 3 b 1 0
ltohlnwtfi C f 0 0
F. A. Htouffer If 0 o
Millers ft 0
V. ( lark I b ' 0 0 1 0 o
.1. Hood r f I U 1 0 0
W.TraskSb 0 1 1
It. LI lit, c 1
rnipire Dr. Nlnmilngtou.
Scorer Walt Smith.
MASK BALL NOTKS.
The return game at Marletto was
anything but friendly.
Our boys deserve great credit for
their fine playing and good behavior
while at Marlette.
When Marlette issued their challenge
amateurs were barred. Wonder what
they think of our amateurs.
Marletto base ball ground proved
very unsatisfactory for players; the
grass was long and the land rough.
Rrown City was represented at the
bull game on Monday by J. F. Holden,
C. H. Fox, E. Delong, J. A. Raplcy,
We have always carried tho idea
that Yalo contained the worst lot of
ill-bred loys from the age of 10 to !"
years in the state until we attended
the ball game in Marlette last Monday.
They carry the broom there.
Frank Andreae, Howard Morrill, R.
A. Tucker, John II. Williams, Lewis
Robinson, A. M. Carroll, Win. Zavits,
E. F. Pratt, A. Windsor, ( has. Presley,
Mrs. (J. W. Allen, Dr. W. (J. Wight,
Fannie and Pearl Mathews went to
Marlette Monday to witnoss the ball
Have You FladThis Defore?
It wilt ilo no linrm to irnd It Spain. You ran
not raul It too often. We cannot nay too tnm-h
o( the merits of rarmPlw'ii Pvprp"''. Kidney
and IJrer Cure. If you ars at all nfTwted with
PvMx-pnU or any dlaonW of the Liver or KM
ney you should try thl remedy, hold by
At Yale July 4, '92.
EVERYBODY COM E AN D WITNESS
Fink Tkaki: Pi:o i:.-iioN Co.mk ai, Cai.
mir.MPiAxs Kmiiiu i ion Jkii.l Iy
Yai.k Fuu: Co., No. 1 Pasi: Pai.i.
Dances Fiust-Ci.as Fiki-:woi:ks.
Arrangements have been completed
for a grand celebration in Yale on
Monday, July 1th, and with good
weather an enthusiastic time is ex
pected. A calithunipian parade and trade
procession will come first. It will be
made up on Main street at sharp 10:."o
a. m. and proceed through tho prin
cipal streets of the village. 1 irst ,
second and third prizes will be given
for the best and most comical cali
thumpians. At 1 p. m. Yale Fire Co. No. I will give
an exhibition drilj. This will bo worth
coming to see.
A game of baso ball will be played
on tho grounds vest of tho village
commencing at II p. m., between our
first and second nines. A suitablo
prize will be ottered the winning team.
A large sum of money has been
raised for fireworks in the evening.
The committee informs us that almost
three times tho amount will bo ex
pended for fireworks than any pre
vious year and there is no question
but that we will have a grand display.
There will be dances in Michaels'
and Central halls all day and evening.
Lots of amusement for the young
Lastly, everybody should 'visit Yale
on the Fourth. Turn out and help
make it a big success.
Are Yon Tanned, Freckled or Sun
burnt? I'se Hamilton' Oriental Halm. It remove all
blemishes. IVrfeetlv wife. I'repared by K. M.
l'armelee Metlieal Co., Dansville, X. Y. Sold by
rarmelee's File Suppositories are warranted
to erne. Never known to fail. Hundreds of
sufferers testify to their irtiie. cents a box.
Sold by dealers.
An old physician, retired from prac
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an East India missionary the formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for the
speedy and permanent cure of con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma
and all throat and lung atTections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous
debility and all nervous complaints,
after having tested its wonderful cura
tive powers in thousands of cases, has
felt it his duty to make it known to his
suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive and a desire to relieve human
suffering. I will send free of charge, to
all who desire it, this recipe, in (Jer
man, French or English, with full di
rections for preparing and using.
Sent by mail by addressing with stamp
naming this paper. W. A. Noyks.
820 Powers Block, Rochester. X.Y. 7
And still coming on every train.
-J. H. MOORE'S WAREROOMS
J.JEZJ CIO"Vvr2DE3D WITH
,He keeps only the best of everything that larmers need.
Six Kinds of Spring-Tooth Harrows.
Monitor, Fountain City and Triumph Seeders,
Oliver Chilled, G-ale Chilled, Huntington, Hill, Princess Plow,
Empire and Champion Drills,
Spring-Tooth Riding Cultivators,
Sulky and Gang Plows, Rollers,
Thompson's Wheelbarrow Grass Seeder.
Studebaker, Old Hickory, and Fish Bros. Wagons.
Waterloo Buggies, Carts, Etc.
Remember in buying that I keep repairs for everything I sell.
j. H. ' MOORE, .
--Come f: to I
And are selling our Celebrated lirands of Flour at the Following Prices:
Silver Spray, -. - $4.50 ner barrel
Honest Toil, - - $3.00 per barrel.
Buckwheat Flour, - - $4.00 per barrel
Corn Meal, - $4.00 per barrel
Delivered anywhere in the town.
s. o. welch: sonr,
Jewelry, Silverplated ware
-We have added to the
The "ADVANCE" with all the latest Improvements downs them all. Wheik
in need of a good machine give us a call. Eggs taken same as cash.
H. DOELLE & SON,
3Ta,le, - Ibvdlicib..
Why do I have the finest furniture trade in Port Huron ? (prices.
1st. Because I show the finest assortment. 2d. Because I sell at reasonable
Why do I have the leading retail trade on baby carnages?
Because I carry the very best makes and sell them just as cheap as the
poorer carriages can be bought.
I want to sell more furniture in 1802 than I did in 1801. To do this I know
you will expect extra inducements and 1 am offering them.
To parties wishing t?o furnish an entire house, also to hotel men, I am prepar
ed to give very low ligures.
Be sure you read the sign l'alace Hall Furniture Store.
St- Olcxiz O0-a.2n.t3r,
the I Front.--
I GO I
lloger Uro's Celebrated Knives, Forks and Spoons.
Our Stationery and School Book stock is complete.
Plank Pooks, Legal Blanks, Miscellaneous Books, etc.
above stock a Full Line of-