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New Spring Shoes now Ready
1IINUS have "rotten around to
spring tyloa in
leads them all.
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IPOIEST Z-XXJIOZT, MICHIGAN,
WALKER k M
Are anxious to do business with you
and supply you with what you
need in the way of.
Lump Coal, Portland Cement,
Give us your next order.
Walker & Middleton,
Cash is Kin!
In the past we have done too extensive
a credit business, causing considerable an
noyance and work in keeping books. On and
after January 1st, 1903, we have decided to
fill no orders unless cash accompanies same.
All debtors will please call and settle their
accounts as soon as possible.
Give this your immediate attention
Coal and Grain Dealers.
Shoes for Men, Ladies, Boys
We are now allowing the latest styles in all
our lines of hhoc..
We give a guarantee
with every pair of our standard make of nhoet
that they will wear your money' worth,
or it not, a new pair.
liny an KMI'IIIK CUKAM SKI
A UAH Mt. It saves both time ami labor
i'.d wuv of setting jour milk In
beside you get nil of the cream
th. fresh warm milk for the
Over onu hundred sold In the vici
nity of Port Huron. If you are Interest
ed write f r circular and prices.
To mv liberal minded friend who an
swered me in last week's iue of the
Kxiositor, -ire tins:
Your M'.stem is soinethin:; like that
of wireless telegraphy. 1 have reeeived
vour eoniiiiunicauon out eannoi leu
wherelt came from. This system I did
not iiurposelv inaugurate mvself. as I
attai hed niv name to the hrief article of
two weeks without rejueting its
omission. It was omitted however.
Hoping now that vour rereivermav take
in this eoininunir.it ion. win ther on laud
or sea. I send it forth.
Neither now am I willing to make an
apology for the faults of others, even if
some do uphold them, and I still main
tain that the tiddle and liil.le methods
alluded to, were far U-neath the dignity
of the Kvangelistie other. Had our
I .ord found even vt. John appointing
committees, offering either a r.ib'.e or a
tiddle as a premium to the one who col
electd the most monev for himself.
Whether he lost or Won in the deal. He
would have whipj-d him out of his of
lire. Tell me if otherwise.
You sak of "liberal brotherly
love." The brotherly love which over
looks glaring faults'in others is verv
"liberal" indeed. Constitutionally sued
liberal ruindednevs should be beneath
tlie dignity of most fraternal organiza
tions. Hut to what organization do
You speak of "jealousy" as prompt
ing the writing of my art icle. The pas
tor who has not enough "jealousy" in his
heart to look after the interests' of his
own flock deserve; to be immersed in
water and left intosoak softer orto hard
en somewhat. Cod has put even into the
hen on instinct to care for her own
brood, and am I supposed to manifest
intelligence inferior to the hen?
Would I not be rightfully denominat
ed a fool to remain silent in the midst
of my church, and natch my memlx-rs
U-ing carried away? Yet I am censur
ed bv mv friend, as the fox would cen
sure the gooe, for crying out ami for
"criticizing" these "methods" and I am
called "uncharitable" and "jealous" an
"oiretnler" and in need of a "pure heart,"
and on an anonymous card received,
the writer sarcastically remarks-"!
think you showed vour christian spirit,"
and suggests that I "had better U-moving."
t'ndoubtcdly I mav as well move
if another church "proposes to appro
priate all of my memln-rs. liven cr
sonal ami private effort have been re
sorted to as "iiittfiKils" to secure twin
Ihts of other churches as subjects
for immersion. Is it not high
time to cry out against those relig
ionists, whose religious ideas have In
come so wared as to warrant them to
jump into my sheep-fold and carry
away young lambs, or weak old sheep
from the tlock, for no higher motive
than to baptise them according to their
idea, or to give them a new brand ami
Dually announce that they have 1m en
"added to Christ?" To whom wcrMhcv
added when in the Methodist fold
If immersion le positively essential
to salvation such liberty would Ik- the
more excusable, but no" man on earth
lias ever proven, nor ever can prove It
to Ih so. and remember, my friend, that
the Lord never delegated to any man
the right to take members out of an
other evangelical church and immerse
them or di anything else with them,
without courteously conferring with the
pastor of that church to which they
rightfully In-long. This trade in prosc'
lyting I despise. It is a trick of thiev
ery, and the church that must be built
Up by the downfall of another deserves
to become extinct. A man has no more
right to borrow wood from my wood
Pile without my knowing it, than ho
lias to immerse' memU rs of my church
without In-ing courteous enough to con
fer with me even if the subject be
willing. 1 mvself can put o:i a rubber
suit if tiecexsary.
The onlr demand I make in this, is
the right to shepherd my own fold,
and this, like any man of common sense,
I propose to do, while 1 coinide to
every other preadu-r the right to shep
herd' Ids own fold. Hi:v. T. Dutit.
Ki l'M'osnint, Mm
lii Jour paper of Fell. 'JOth is the fob
lowing question" Who are lit subjects?"
In answer let mo say that I do not Im
lieve any man tins a right to say. who
are tit subjects, for Cod has said, read
Acta 10:14.15: Acts 8:1; Acts 1S:S.
Will Mr. Durr please cIvp on llihlo
verse where nnyonn was ever jprinkled
for biptlsm? 1 will give you a number
for Immenion, viz: Matt :i:.".f5: Mark 1:
U-ll: .Inn. 3:23; Col.2:12. Acts H::(V4).
Mr. Durr says "Sump Immeridonlst
The Celebrated Snow Shoes for Men.
We have a largci lino of them than ever before, in Velour Calf, Nubian Calf, Uox Calf, Vici Kid and
Patent Leather, hoth in Shoe and Oxford Ties.
For Ladies and Misses, New Spring Shoes.
Not u showing of a few, but many new style ready now. They are the best values you havo ever seen
for the money. Just look them over ami bo convinced.
Remember in this line we are headquarters for all the latest, up-to-date, fancy and staple goods.
In this department we wish to call your attention to our line lino of teas and coHVes. Havo you ever
tried them i If not you should try them. Our 35c tea is the best in town. Canned Goods,
Ilottlcd (ioods, Cakes, Ureakfast Foods, Ktc., are always found in large assortments.
Orders promptly delivered. Thopo 22-4 rings.
declare baptism a saving ordinance.''
yes refer declared it I IVter 'A.VJ 'll,
Acts Annania declared It, Acts
'"J:K; Christ said so .Jno. Z.
Mr. Durr asks "What about one third
of the human raco who die in infancy?"
Are they lost? Cod does not say so,
if) neither immersion or sprinkling
will Rave them for thev are lit subjects
for Heaven, Matt. tvi'l.
Mr. Htirr says " The immersionist ex
cludes infants from the right of Bap
tism." Mr. Durr where thd Christ or
his disciples ever baptise an infant?
l'lease give chapter and verse. Christ
blessed them but he never baptised
Mr. Durr says "At a later date. John
the Haptist substituted I'.aptism for
circumcission." Where did you pet
that Mr. Durr. not In the Hible? If Hap
t ism takes the place of circumcision
what will you do with the female child
ren? Are they lost? Circumcission
was only for the males.
Mr. Durr asks "Who dare say that
Haptism is now a Christian right to be
administered only to rcpentcnt adults?"
IVter dare say so. Acts "JJT-S. Yes
my brother Christ to a certainty did.
Head Mark lt'clS-ltt.
Can an infant believe or have faith?
I'aul says Horn. 1 1 :-.'. "Tor whatsoever
is not of faith is sin.' Mr. Durr says
Haptism did not wash away sins, but
Annanias says it does. Acts 12;V.
Who knows more about it, Mr. Durr or
V.vs ; r.t.is r H i : x I :t t.
thvosso, Mich., Feb. I'M',.
MOVEMENTS AND D0INC3 OF PEOPLE
YOU MAY HAPPEN TO KNOW.
Mrs. A. Springer visited relatives in
Tort Huron over Sunday.
Mfiliasa Wait, of shahtHma, is visiting
friend and relatives here.
Joe K. Vincent and wifo were I'ort
Huron visitors Friday hut.
A. J. Ward, of Ayoca, was calling on
his Yale- friends Wednesday,
Cam r.axter is visiting relatives in
Toronto, Stayner and Cuelph.
K. II. Drake and J. A. Kapley wcro
in Feck on legal business Tuesday.
('has. Noble, csshier cf tho I!rown
City bank, was in Yale. Wednesday.
Mrs. Currier, of Montnolir r. Vt., is
tho guest of F. r. Currier and family.
May Kcyworth, of I'ort Huron, was
homcon a visit tho first of tho week.
J. F. Ilolden, of I'.rown City, visited
his brothers in town tho tint of the
Annio Knapp nnd Alex Crov, of
Detroit, visited at Mr. John Baxter's
liev. J. II. Holmes, of Cagetown,
visited friend in Yalo tho latter part
of last week.
J. K. ltearis, of tho firm of I'.cavis &
Hutchinson, was in Detroit tho latter
part of last week on busine.
Wtn.o. r.idlcman represented Court
Yale, No. 'SJO, at tho High Court of
Foresters in Detroit this week.
Mrs. J. II. High has returned from
New I'.altimoro where she visited her
daughter, Mrs. Ja. O'Kourke, for a
Mrs. John McKinncy wj called to
Walkeryillo the tirst of the week on
Recount of tho death of her father,
Duvul Stewart and wifo returned to
their home in Richmond Wednesday
after a week's viit with their daughter,
Mm. K. W. Farley.
John Ilarrv and wife, of Flkhorn,
Man., alu) Albert Harry and wife, of
Crowell, wero gucts of I'ert Jardine;
Rnd family the past week.
James liroivn and son Carl returned
from California Saturday last. Al
though Mr. 15. Is not recovered in
health ho H much improved.
Mr. Kvn Pdack went to Richmond
Tuesday where sho will visit n dav or
t4vo. Y rorn thcro tho w ill go to Detroit
to attend the grand millinery openings
in tho large wholesale house and re
main a couple of weeks or more.
- - to Laxative Bromo Sixunine Tablets.
. ,i .t a-j3on koTes soU In jxwt 1 2 months, ThlS SisnatUTC,
THE YALE BAZAAR..
First Door South of Post-Office.
Special Two Days Sale
Saturday and Monday, Feb. 28 and March 2.
Reductions on All Goods.
Wi have a complete I tin of (ilasswarr and White (Knlisli'i China
ware, all reduced in juice for this sale. A new assortment of
Toys, Detective Books, Masks, Notions,
Writing Tablets, Box Papers, Etc.
....Samples of Our Bargains....
For This Sale:
Fancy Water Set, Frosted (ilass, very pretty, IAp nnf
J gal. jg and tumhlcrs, worth J5c for TCUU CI Uul
Come in and see-no trouble to show goods.
Getting Ready for
The Merry Months of Spring.
Spring orders arc beginning to come in already. Wo have
nineteen ?eU of single and double harness on tho wall at present, and
if orders dott't come very fast we will havo several more, 8o when
looking about for such good kindly call and look our stock over.
Xow is tho time to get your repairing done, during the month of
February, o it wont come all in a bunch.
L. Silmtliorn, Manager.
Dcalcr la Dry Goods an! Grcceries.-f
Ivc2ic3 to 3Lcc;.n
upon pood not. a nnd other m-imh iti. g
nt bw ratet of Interest.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Farmers, Merchants or
others Intending to havo sales
will do well to call on tho old
reliable auctioneer. Twenty
two years practical experience
Sales attended on reasonable
Orders left at the Kxposi
tor ortlco will bo promptly at
YALE HARNESS CO;
CHOICE CAKDIES AND t CHOCOLATES
Over &0 different brand of Cigars
I to nelect from.
la Two Days.
yyTTTtTL DOX. 20C.