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3 Large Loaves for - - 25cts
A Supply of Fresh Groceries always on hand.
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General Agents. Toledo, Ohio.
IDEAL Boileri and
We do Repairing Promptly.
that very few people conic hero only
once. Most pcoplo who onco buy
goods hero very soon become regular
visitors. Of course there is a reason,
and we are just vain enough to think
It is the quality of our
Como and see anyway. If our Fur
nituro can please so many other
people the chances aro you will bo
equally well suited. The moro par
ticular you arc about tho quality of
Furniture tho surer wo aro of seeing
your face often after your first visit.
By Using A
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Send for Illustrated Catalogue
of Engines, Wind Mills,
and Feed Grinders.
whisky i m
Can only be truly so when
its occupants appreciate the
money value of sanitary
safety pure, freshly warmed
air at an even temperature
throughout the house. Made
possible only by Hot Water
and Steam Systems,
OF MICHIGAN FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
Number of members January 1st, '09 2,939
Number of members added in year '09 793
Deduct cancelled policies in '09 13
Deduct expired policies 724 737
Number of members Dec. 1st. '09 2.995
PROPERTY AT RISK
Amount of property at risk January 1st, '09 $4,72G,1G0.00
Amount of property added in '09. . . .'. 1,093,670.00
Deduct expiring policies in '09 $911,000.00
Deduct cancelled policies in '09 19,320.00 930,320.00
NET AMOUNT AT RISK Dec. 31st, '09 $4,889,510.00
NET GAIN IN INSURANCE in '09 163.350.00
Cash balance on hand Jan. 1st, '09 $5,888.03
Received on loans . 100.00
Interest and Discount 425.35
Received on premiums 8,126.05
Losses paid in '09 $5,122.25
Schednlcs A and B paid in '09 902.80
Cash loaned on mortgages in '09 (Schedule B) 2,300.00
Total disbursements $ 8,325.05
Cash balance on hand January 1st, '10 6,258.78
SCHEDULE A, 1903.
Thomas Grimes, President $ 22.75
Thomas Grimes, board meetings 21.32
Thomas Grimes, adjusting losses 15.93
Norman B. Herbert, adjusting losses, '08 149.oo
Norman B. Herbert, board meetings 24.oo
T. E. Pringle, adjusting losses 6.oo
T. E. Pringle, board meetings 11.72
William Hodgins, treasurer, '08 lOO.oo
J. Galbraith, board meetings 24.48
Elmore Putney, board meetings 31.22
T. F. Ryan, board meetings 13.30
C. Rutledge, auditor 9.oo
John Hyslop, auditor 9.oo
John Hyslop, adjusting losses, '08 5.90
Johp Hyslop, adjusting losses, 'o9 4.00
Total . $447.62
SCHEDULE 1$, 1909.
Loaned on Mortgages $2,3oo.oo
Stamped envelopes and postage 68.21
Printing and supplies 58.75
Office rent 36. oo
Return premiums paid in '08 132.22
Office expenses 2o.oo
Clerk hire and office work 14o.oo
Total. i.. $2,755.18
Iron safe ; $ loo.oo
Premiums in course of collection 3,534.36
Mortgages and loans '. 7,95o.oo
Cath balance on hand January 1st, '10 6,258.78
Crozier Rutledge (.Auditors
John Hyslop f Auditors
LOSSES 1'AII) IN THE YEAR I'
NAMK TWT FROFKKTY CAl'SK AMT
Fred HoiitrHKer llrockway House and contents Del chimney $ 45,2 75
John L Attkln (Jrant House damaged Lightning l
John Radford (Irant (iranary Lightning oo
KllzaU'tli Felker Watertown Dwelling Cause unknown 12 oo
Thomas .1 Allen Klmer Ham dam, colt killed Lightning 6.1 oo
M & K Lambkin Keuockeo House and contents Defective chimney 3oo no
James Fotts Klk .sheep killed Lightning
Win L O'lSrlen ' Delaware Dwelling and contents Lightning 42 35
Joseph Morgan Brockway ' Hog killed Lightning 5 )
A W Truesdell Evergreen Dwelling damaged Lightning 2 50
W C Barrett Worth Ram damaged Lightning 00
lllram Keyser Evergreen Dwelling damaged Lamp exploded JJ oo
Geo W Rose Argyle Raru damaged Lightning 10 00
WmJCracy (iroenleaf Rarn damaged Lightning 25 00
James Johnson Moore Dwelling damaged Detective stove 5 oo
Thaddeas Fatterson Argyle Dwelling damaged Lightning 10 oo
John Nolan Wales Rarn and contents i;ause unknown 7v3 oo
John Nolan Wales hheep killed Lightning 4 00
John Judge Emmett Mheep killed Lightning 4 00
Morton II Munn Washington Dwelling and contents Mysterious 1,3.19 oo
Simon Rrlcker Maple Valley (sheep killed Lightning 4 00
Elmer (iregg Columbus Nheep killed Lightning 4 00
Mai Thorpe Maple Valley Dwelling damaged Lightning 2 50
J II Jones Ruel Dwelling
Hand W Monies Austin Dwelling
John Rumrell Elynn (iranary
Edward Flint Ureeuleaf. J wo sheep Lightning 8 00
Rlchd Stackpole Emmett Chimney damaged Lightning . 9 oo
St I lair Co Foor Farm Wales Cow killed Lightning 5 95
Saml W spring Worth . Rarn and contents Mysterious 8J6 00
C Mortensen Elmer Rarn damaged Lightning 5 oo
Fred Ralston (ireenleaf t'olt killed Lightning 40 ou
Hosea Mealion Columbus Household goods Accidental 7 00
WmMcMann Forester J louse and contents Defective chimney 773 00
Total losses paid In IWi $5,122 25
State of Michigan, County of St. Clair, yss.
Thomas Grimes and Norman B. Herbert. President and Secretary of
said Company do, and each for himself
reaa tne ipregoing statement, and
have good reason to believe, and do
Subscribed and sworn to before
this 28th day of January, A. D. 1910.
Old (irandma Wilcox is still confined
to her bed.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Macklem visited
at George Easton's Wednesday.
Geo. Easton and wife are the proud
parents of a fine baby girl, born Jan. 23.
Our school visited the Gillam school
last Friday. All enjoyed a good time.
Clara Lohr, of Fargo, and Phil Gard
ner, of Green's Corners were quietly
married Jan. 2ft. 1910.
Small-pox haR broken out in the
families of Edward Clay, Judson
Young and John Gordon.
William and Adam Easton, who
were called here by the death of their
sister, Mrs. James Preston have re
turned to their homes at Preston, Ont.
A number of young people pleasant
ly surprised Nora Young one evening
recently. The time was spent with
music and games and before leaving
a dainty lunch was served.
This community was greatly shocked
to learn of the sudden death of John
11. Palmateer at his home in Fremont
township on Sunday morning, aged 55
years. Deceased was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram Palmateer sr., was ap
parently In good health previous to the
time of his death. He had resided in
Fremont for the past twenty-three
years, he was a member and zealous
worker in the Methodist Protestant
church and Sunday school, he was loved
and respected bv all who knew him, he
was a kind ana loving husband and
father. A widow one daughter, Mrs.
Isaiah Clemens, of Detroit, two sons
Hiram and Robert at home, a father
and mother, two brothers Ellison and
damaged Defective chimney 8 00
burned Cause unknow n 200 00
Dam by lightning 12 20
doth depose and say that they have
know the contents thereof, and thev
believe said statement to be true.
Thomas Grimes, President
Norman B. Herbert, Secretary
me at Yale, in said State and County,
James A. Menzies,
Notary Public, St. Clair Co., Mich.
My Commission expires September 10, 1913
Uruce, two sisters Mrs. Ella Wilcox and
Mrs. Mora Holley, three grand children
and a host of relatives and friends are
left to mourn his untimely death.
The bereaved family have the heart
felt sympathy of the whole community.
The funeral was held from the East
Greenwood church at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910, Rev. Mrs. Ay
ling otiiciatinjr assisted by Kev. Ayling.
It was one of the largest funerals ever
held in this community. Interment in
Lakeport cemetery. Surely we can say
he is gone but will not be forgotten.
A Successful Party.
Five loads of merry makers took ad
vantage of the good sleighing last Tues
day and drove to the home of J. D.
lilack, Greenwood. The evening was
pleasantly spent In music and games and
last but not least a sumptuous supper
was served which was heartily enjoyed
by all Whenever you want to have a
good time or get the worth of your
money and the right change back just
make a trip to Black's.
More people are taking Foley's Kid
ney Remedy every year. It Is consider
ed the most effective remedy for all
kidney and bladder troubles that medi
cal science can devise. Foley's Kid
ney Remedy corrects Irregularities,
builds up the system, and restores lost
vitality. Sold by all druggists.
Raw Furs Wanted. ,
I will be at the 10-cent feed barn in
Yale on Saturday, Feb. 19th, and every
two weeks thereafter, and will buy all
the raw furs brought In paying the
highest market price for same.
37-13 Henry Ohmer
ROLL OF HONOR.
The following pupils of the Yale
public schools were neither absent nor
tardy during the month ending Dec. 24,
11)09. N. J. Drouyor,
Merle Davis Jack Phillips
Jim Wilt Howard Teets
Harold Saunby Iva Middleton
Frederic Fuller Fred Andreae
Zella Heard Teacher.
Naomi Rlackford Mary Saumby
Charles Miller Helen Palmer
Thelma Ingrain Ray Chandler
Ida May Allen Nellie Stevens
Edwin Toft : Vestah Ryno
Ruth Pratt Donald Pollock
Phebe Roy, Teacher.
Gladys Cavanagh " Rernice Farley
AUeen Learmont O'Urien Sheehy
Jimmie Mclntyre Grace Marshall
Mabel Teets Ima Chandler
leela Kerr Milton Martin
Shirley Lane Wallace Miller
Maggie Lutz Pauline Ff ad
Hattie L Karn, Teacher.
Erwin Readle Violet Collins
Leona Middleton Hazel Jones
Bernard Holcomb Chester Hart
Lyle Davis James Gleason
Marion Nash, Teacher.
Clarica Goheen, Teacher.
Mary Foster Thelma Minnie
Delia Teets Clayton Welch
Albert Lutz Myrtle Holmes
Leta Holden Hilton Goheen
Frank Cook Caroline Rright
Eleanor Williams Lenna Hart
M. Ware, Teacher.
Merle Heath Dorothy Lane
Bertha Clyne Carroll Shaw
Roy Sweet Edna Stevens
Anna McGrettan Donna Wallace
Isabelle Menerey Leona Holcomb
Hattie Merrill, Teacher.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GUADES.
G rover Lutz
Sara C. McKenzie, Teacher.
Eva - Middleton
The following pupils have a perfect
record in attendance and punctuality
for the semester ending in January.
Kindergarten Fred Andreae Mearle
First Grade Harry Gough, Helen
Palmer, Rhea Phillips, Mary Saumby.
Second Grade Ima Chandler, Gladys
Cavanagh, Eugene Cooper, Aileen
Learmont, Frank Sexton.
Third (irade Erwin Readle, Lyle
Davis, Chester Hart, Leona Middieton,
Fourth (irade Hattie Chandler,
Dorothy Drouyor, Jack Jardine,
Areleine J one?, Donald McKenzie, Irma
Munroe, Frank McKenzie, Ressie Nims,
Hazel Stevens, Lorna Welsh.
Fifth Grade Emile Anderson, Hil
ton Goheen, Leta Holden.
Sixth (Jrade Bertha Clyne, Merle
Heath, Leona Holcomb, Norman
Knowlton. Dorothy Lane, Anna Mc
Grettan, Isabelle Menerey, Donna
Seventh Grade Donna McLaughlin.
Eighth Grade Mary McGrettan.
High School Bert Freeman, Alex
Adams, Clare Johnston, Albert
Menerey, Harvey Sayles, Walter An
dreae, James Newell.
Be still prepared for death and death or
life shall thereby he the sweeter.
John J. O'Grady died at his home in
Brockway township on Sunday Feb. 6th,
1910, aged 22 years.
Deceased was born in Brockway
township, Feb. 21, 1888. He was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. O'Grady and
grew to manhood in this community
where he was loved and respected by a
host of friends. About one year ago
he was smitten with that dread disease
consumption and has since gradually
wasted away until Sunday evening
when the spirit took its lllght. He was
an exempliary young man and lived a
life to be patterned after by others.
His loss will be deeply felt by relatives
The funeral was held from Sacred
Heart church, Yale, on Wednesday
morning, at 10:30, Fr. Fleming, of
Battle Creek, officiating. Interment in
the Catholic cemetery.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to express my heartfelt thanks
to all those kind friends and neighbors
who assisted during the sickness and
after the death of my husband also for
the sympathy and kindness shown In
my bereavement. May you all receive
a rich reward for your goodness.
Mrs. Ashton Smith.
It Cures From In
fancy To Old Age.
SOME MAN SOME DAY
May Make a Hedicine for Blight's
Disease, Rheumatism, Stomach
and Bladder Trouble jthe
BUT NOT YET.
It is the Only Medicine which En
ables You to Keep a Perfect Balance
Between the Eliminations and Re
newals of the Body.
Decay of the Body in
Old Age is Unnatural
Permanent wastes of the system can
be avoided by taking San-Jak, making
each day a biithday for the person who
has a bottle of this great medicine on
hand. Bead and learn how to cure
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Rheuma
tism, Lame Back and Stomach Diseases.
When the product of exhaustion reach the
brain and deaden the nerve centers, as Is the
case with all old people, limiting their ability to
think and act unless they have the power to
oxidize me acius tnai accumulate uunun mi rp
and eliminate them, they had letter get a bottle
of Or. liurnhain's San-Jak. I oin w year old
and have kept a bottle of this medicine In .ny
house during the past year aul take a dose quite
often so x Know it neips to Rive strt-ugtn ana
E. O. Kelley, Lansing, Mich.
jll Washtenaw St.
Mrs. M. I. Brown, mistress of the Butler
House, I .anslUK. Mich., says: "One year ago 1
was In very poor health, sick and weak from
that much dreaded disease, kidney trouble, call
ed Bright' Disease by physicians. 1 have taken
about one do.en bottles ot San-Jak and have no
symptoms of the old trouble to annoy me. I
give this letter for the benefit It muy be to
K. S. Hough, Ex-Judge of Probate, Lapeer,
I taught a bottle of San-Jak from I'. A.
Snowman, the druggist of ltpeer. 1 teit 1 was
looyears old with great distress of the stomach
and a drowsy, sleepy feeling, which the med
icine has corrected. I cheerfully permit the use
of this letter for the benefit of others."
Edgar S. Hough.
JLapeer, Mich., March 10. i:X)S.
Mrs. T. II. Curtis, U. F. 1. No. a, Lapeer says:
"1 wish to tell you how much good your San .lak
has done me. 1 have had the rheumatism and
liver trouble 17 years. Sometimes my 1 i t ami
limb were swollen so I could not wear my shoes
1 have taken one and one-half bolt es of your
remedy. The bloat has all gone down. The
pain has gradually lett and the still jo.. .( .
getting more limber. I think tnree i i i,r
bottles of your San-Jak will cure me i-ompleiely.
Mere thanks in worus is a leeine way ot telling
how gratetul I feel for the benellts bestowed
upon nie by your medlelue."
C.Mrs. John Frltz savs: "1 have been In' very
I...., HI. ff.rtlu. ii'iut uji,i voitu ii.l hnvii
Ufr T .I... a tIL.h f....l. II
since childhood been aliiicted with sick head-
acne, i nave laKcn -t uomes oi nau-.ian aim it
has done me a wonderful good. I am n w able
to do llnht work, and gaining l:i strength. 1
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If uli.i in ui.ut: !iiil ml nir fur I 1i.hev Ir U tlif
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that my case was hopeless and my phvdeians
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Wp will tfive SI 00 to anv church
or charitable institution if these
testimonies are not genuine.
Have you Kidney. Liver. Stom
ach or Bladder Trouble ?
Are you a Rheumatic, with
Backache, Varicocele and Swollen
Take Dr. Burnbam's
It restores the -aged to health and
youth. Mo remedy equal to San-.Iak as
a blood tonic. Thetired feeling leaves
you like magic.: .-fJSCa
Ninety-five people out of every hundred canlw
relieved of Stomach Trouble, Itaekaehe and
Kheumatlsm In v.4 hours by taking SA.v.lA K.
.1. F. Koe. 4t E. Main St., Hattie Creek, says:
'I wish to state that your San-Jk cured me of
Hrlght'n Disease after the local doctors said I
could not live." v
Dear Sir: Your Inquiry as to my health. In
reply will say I have taken bottles of your
HAN JAK andean cheerfully recommend It as
the best medicine I ever found and the only one
that cured me of Diabetes. 1 am doing 4iarder
work than I ever did nml am perfectly well.
F. It. J 1 ol tna.it. The iptielan,
119 West Kxchange St.
SAN-JAK is sold in Vale by
Mathews & Wight, druggists, who are
reliable and will return therriceof one
bottle (31.00) if San-Jak fails to do
good. Made by San-Jak Oo., Chicago, 111.
Don't Itisk even a penny until hvnUh letutTis
And I mean Ju.t exactly that.
r . ... .I... ,. ...I... can. 1,. v... M
will, nut of my own pocket. ph' for jour niedi
cinu If it fails to bring ou help! "
And for 20 years Dr. Snoop's incllclne lmvi
been used nd recommended In every city miri
hamlet in America. '1 hey are positi vely sti'ixl
ird in every community and everywhere
Then why pay the rash, and et your rl-k. for
other unwarranted and uncertain medi'-iin-v
Thousands upon thousands have in tiiu past
successfully used lr. bhunp's Uestorati ve.
VMien the sto- MM h niaeh nerve,
or tiio lleiirt fl m MiA tM or Kidney
nejres fall. K" If IK! B theseslckone.
Know how Q I Q ttT) a quickly Dr
iboop'i Itti- " " stoiative will
hrlii? them buck to health drain, lint l-stof all
Lhey positively tko no money rik whatever
They know that when health fulls to return I)r
-hoop will hlliisell nl.'ntly pay the ilniKgist foi
that test. And lortliiit Ust a full M day treat
ment Is frc;ly grunted.
But write nu; first for an order.
This will save delay and disappointment.
All drugget Ml Pr. shonp' It. sinrative n.
all aro not
givo the 3e
lay test. So
please for I
d an honest and responsible druggist in almost
very community, everywhere, to lssuo my no
help, no ray," medicines to tho sick.
Tell mo also which book you need.
The boots Ix-low will surely open np new and
helpful ideas to thos who art
not well, besides Hjl gf m you aro perfect
ly free to consult K t;, 7J7 Jut as you
would your H LA VS homo physic
ian. My advice g and the book
below are yours and without cost.
Perhaps a word or two from me will clear up
some serious ailment. I huvo helped thousand.
upon thousands by my privute. prescription or
personal advice plan. My best effort is surely
worth yonr simple request. Po write now while
you have it fresh in mind, for tomorrow never
comes. l)r. fchoop, JSox l'J, ltaciue, Wis.
Which Book Shall I Send Ton?
So. 1 On Dyspepsia ' No. 4 For Women
So. 2 On the Heart No. 5 For Men
So. 3 On the Kidneys No. 6 On Rhpumatlrm
In addition to a Fast Limited Service
nn Hourly Locul Service is maintained
these local cars stopping at all points.
In Detroit connections are made
at the Interurban Waiting Iioom with
Limited and Local cars for Pontine,
Flint, Itomeo, Monroe, Toledo, Ypsi
lanti, Ann Arbor, Jackson and othtr
points. The Kapid Railway Limited
cars stop ut St. Clair, Marine City,
Anchorville, New Baltimore and Ml.
For Time Tables, Folders and other
information writo the General Passen
ger Agent at Detroit.
FOUR FAST LIMITED CARS
EACH WAY DAILY
PORT HURON DETROIT
7.32 a. m. 7.4S a. m.
10.32 a. m. tO.45 a. m.
3.32 p. m. 3.4 S p. m.
6.32 p. m. 0.43 p. m.
Mondays tnly Saturdays only
5.15 a. m. 12.43 p. m.
(Central Standard Time) iV.OOM.
FARC $1.50 FOR ROUND TRIP.
From Cenler of Port Huron fo Detroit City Hail is
2 Hours and 12 minutes.
A PROMPT, EFFECTIVE
REMEDY FOR ALL FORM3 OF
Lumbago, Sciatica, Naurmlglm,
Kidney Troubfa and
Applied externally It affords almost In
stant relief from pain, while permanent
results are be In? effected by taklnir it in
ternaily, purifying" the blood, dissolving
the poisonous substance and removing it
from the system.
DR. C. L. GATES
nanrork, Minn., writes:
A little irlr: here hart uch a weak bAckeaneed
by Kheumatlmn ami kidney Trouble that he
could not etaud on her feet. The moment they
put her down on the floor Khe would wrean)
with pains 1 treated tier with "I -IKOW and
today ehe mn around well and nappy an ran
be I prescribe Iv-UKOl'b" (or mr pationU aui)
DM It in my practice "
Large le Defile "S DIiOPH" (800 Doeee)
l.VV. i er frale lracs l.te
SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE C0H?AMTt
Dept 80 174 Lake Street, Chicago
Act rjulcklr and tently upon the
direotlve organs, carrying: off the
disturbing" element j and establishing
a healthy condition of the livei.
atomach and bowels.
THE BEST REMEDY
2S Cent Per Bex
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