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JAS. A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XII, No. 34. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. Price: $1.00 per Year.
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I CashProduce!
Every purchaser of $5.00 worth of (Joods nt our Store will
be presented with n
Broom and Dust Pan
This is a novelty and something that is used by everybody
It costs you nothing. We oiler it as an induce
ment to trade with us where you will
get full value for your money.
All goods marked in plain figures.
You can save money on every
rjair of Boots and Shoes
you buy from us.
Good Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries at
the usual low prices.
SALE TO COMMENCE
1
A j A n
saturaapciza
AND CONTINUE UNTIL
DUST PANS ARE GONE.
Call 0,23.3. See "U"e.
AN AWFUL
disease, which really has its origin in a disordered stomach,
and cannot make headway if the digestive organs are in
full operation, often becomes a fearful epidemic; and
henee, there is played on the world's stage, with Condition
Powders and Medical preparations acting an important
part, a
TRAGEDY!
indeed awful, carrying away in its bloodhound rapacity the
most valuable horses and cattle, m. .sweeping in a single
stroke the well-to-do farmer, dMnnan and horse owner
into financial embarrassment.
A MAN
cannot catch cold if his system is in good shape, and so
likewise horses and cattle will be free from disease if their
food-dissolving apparatus is in the best
OF
condition. '-An ounce of preventation is worth a pound
of cure," hence a bag of Stock Food is worth sixteen pack
ages of medicine. A small quantity of the
ROYAL
Stock Food, costing only a few cents a pound, fed daily,
will so keep your horses and cattle that there will be bright
eyes and slick coats, energy and activity among your
horses, and plenty of good milk and good calves from your
cows. There will also be good
BLOOD
in your hoes, hence the meat will be sweet and juicy,
cholera being unknown among them. A wise man always
GIVES
that which has a good reputation and costs almost nothing
a trial, if by the success of such articles good results will
bo obtained. On the other side with but
THE STROKE
or so of the pen we will tell how the Famous Koyal Stock
Food is used and what for.
Francis & Mapes,
Yale, Mich.
tale iBisris:
OF O. R. NOBLE,
RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000.
Deposit your Money where It Is safe. V per
cent Interest on Tlm Certificates of Deposit.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Fan Hnss !
GOERS AND COMERS.
Personal Paragraphs About Yale
People and Their Friends.
William McMartin was in Melvin
Monday.
Sadie McLaughlin is in Tort Huron
viniting friend.
K. F. Fead visited hi parents at Lex
ington on Christmas.
Mrs. Henry Howay U visiting friends
in Point Edward, Out.
Will IJettes, of Port Huron, was in
Yale the first of the week.
(ieorgc Teets and wife were in Port
Huron last week Thursday.
Mrs. W. Cowing and children are in
Detroit on a visit to relatives.
John P.lack anil family spent Christ
mas with friends at Dcanville.
A W.Ferguson and daughter Mabel
visited at Almont on Christmas.
John Holden was called to Port
Huron last Saturday on business.
fieorge Scott visited his parents and
friends in Petrolia, Out., Christmas.
Mrs. James Wallace and Rada Kap
ley were in Port Huron Friday last.
Stot Mathews spent Christmas with
his brother Fred at West Uraneh.
Hod McKenna, of Detroit, is on a
visit to his father ami friends in Yale.
Dr. Wight and family are visiting
among friends in (ialt, Out., this week.
Mnrcia P.cechcr and Addie Palmer
are in Port Huron the guests of I.illie
Welch.
Dr. Yuill, Kohert Drysdale and
Frank Cook were in Port Huron last
Saturday.
William llond, of Algonae, spent
Christmas with his daughter Mrs. Solo
mon Heed.
Mrs. J. H. Harrison and children are
at Port Sanilac visiting among friends
and relatives.
James Howell was down from Sagi
naw Wednesday attending the funeral
of his mother.
S. S. Hates and wife, of llurnside,
spent Christina with the family of
W. A. Holden.
Jim Stone, of Port Huron, made the
Fxrosiroit a pleasant call while in
Yalel'uesday.
Jennie (Jrimes, of (irand Kapids, has
been visiting relatives and friends in
Yale this week.
Charles Creig is spend'ng his holi
days visiting friends and relatives at
Da'lhousie, Out.
Mrs. S. K. Pearee and son Dell, of
Algonae, ppent Christmas with James
Pearce and wife.
William Vanlmvagen, of Detroit,
visited with his daughter Mrs. Frank
(ilium last week.
James McCall and family passed
their holidays among friends and rela
tives in Uaden, Out.
A. M. Francis came home from De
troit on Saturday and will remain
until after the holidays.
James Henry, of Detroit, was visit
ing among friends in Yale Thursday
and Friday of last week.
llev. Ira I.illman is home for the
holidays. He has been at JJenzonia
for the past two months.
John Schram has returned from
Knglewood, III., and is now living with
his family in (Jreenwood.
Kmmaand Pauline Damek, of Kos
common, were guests of W. D. Wear
and family the past week.
I). H. McXair and family have been
spending the past few days with
friends in Carsonville and Aniadore.
Henry Turner and wife, of Had Axe,
former residents of this vicinity, were
calling on old friends here last week.
Our old friend F. A. Hill, one of
Avoca's successful merchants, called
at the ExrosiTou office Friday morning
last.
James Adams, of lieed City, started
for home on Tuesday after spending
Christmas with his brothers ami father
here.
Peter Carrnthers and wife returned
to their home in Sarnia, nt., after a
two weeks visit with John Irving and
family.
(Seorgo W. Allen, John DuHie and
Charley Hrown, of Deckerville, visited
among friends and relatives in Yale
Christmas.
Dr. J. A. Watson, J. L. Henedict, II.
McXair and L. II. Howse. of Hrown
I City, visited P.rockway lodge F. & A.
M. 1 hursday evening hist.
(lark McConnell, William Williams
and son Will started for We.t Hranch
on Monday last where they have se
cured work for the winter.
Mrs. (Jeorge Middlcton and Mrs.
Henry Pearee together with their fam
ilies enjoyed a bounteous Christmas
j dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
1 nomas Lei I, pr.
Hnndall McDonald is at present visit
ing Lemuel Hrown and other friends in
this vicinity. Since coming here he
was taken down with la grippe. Had
he not been in good hands he would
certainly have died.
mi TO $21
la
t JL
ITT-
YALE, -
SPECIAL
SALE
MICH.
S9SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS6SSSSS
y I ivm. . tit
U Return Gifts I
s
si
Dinner ware
-.ITZD
Lamps 1 1
irV: ' still hare quite ni as
sortment of useful (trtielrs suit
able for Jleturn Gifts or Xew
Year's Presents. We will hp
f 0 lJr(,sr(l io "I'0"' !ou these goods
X 2 "Wong -which, you will find
many novelties in
Silk Mufflers
Fine Handkerchiefs
Natty Neckwear
M Tastv Towels
8 SS Nobby Novelties
Thursday,
Friday and
SATURDAY
J. A. Davidson & Co.,
Wo and .0T Military st.
Port Huron, Mich.
i)Aiisis'Ii:atoi: nam-: oh ukm. kstatk
Ntiite of Mii'litjriiii, Count v of St. Clair ! ss
In tin- nmlter of the KsUte of Andrew 1'aislev
deceased.
Notice is hereby jrlven. that In pursuance and
by virtue o( an order ui'iutcd to the undersign
ed, as Administrator of the estate of said An
drew Paisley by the Hon. .lohu I., lilack. .Indue
of l'robate In and for said comity, on t lit i:ith
day of November A. I. Ihiii there will he sold
at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the
premise in the townshin n( lirockwuy In naid
county, on Tuesday the Mh day of .January A. I).
l!t. at two o'clock In the afternoon of said dav
nil the right, title, and interest of said Andrew
l'alsley deceased Iji and to the following describ
ed land and premises, situated in the township
of llrockway, county of Nt. Clair, utate of Mlclii
jtan. to-wlt: The west half of the north-west
quarter of section twenty-four (21) town clj;ht (h)
north, raniw fourteen (11) east.
Dated, November 1.1. A. I. 1!.l.
J8-fl ltOHKUT IKVINU. Administrator
of the Kstate of Andrew I'alslev deceased.
THE MARKETS.
Wheat- CKAIN.H.
No. 2 red, XT ..$0 W'.jt'ats. per lytl..JKO 27-0 21
No. 1 white ri Miiy.oaled.nei ton.io jo
Sprlnir no I'eas, er lu. .. ft.', to i
liarley ... .t .w)to 1 1.' Clover Seed. prime, r. on
VKfiKTAHf.KM AND HRUITM.
Apples, jier Ini $0 onions, per lu.....$l on
l'ot;itocs, jer bu... tin Cabbage, jht doz . . no
roULTKY ANI MKATS.
Chlckens.old.iH'r ff)o O'jrork, per cwt..
('mckens, spring. .. on, Veal.pr rwt,
Ileef.percwt s onto 5 2"!l.'imb, jmt cwt,
Million, per cwt, on.
DAIKY l'KODUCK.
Rutter, Iwst, H?r tt..o 22 llonev, iht ff o it
KgKH, per doz 20, Cheese, per tt 15
$.1 ftf
5 on
7 oo
(6'i
s
If
(.
1 oping you all had lots of
GhristniusTurkey with plenty of
the usual trimmings, we wish
you ull the joys of the seuson
und renin in yours for Irudr.
F. T. PALMER CO.
(S3SSSSSSSSSSSSSS3S8SS
AS
tandiM Invitation
TO VISIT
A. W. FERG-TJSON & CO'S.
TO SEE THE
HARDWA8E STORE
BEST GOODS For the Money.
Tlie best assortment to select from and at prices that defy competition. If
von win can we win snow you me uest
Coal and Wood Heater
Our stock is large and to reduce our stock which was well bought we
von some hanraiim on Him CasIi Itsiuls
SHELF AND JJUILDEllS' HAltDWARE.
TIN, COlTEIt AND lllON-WAHE.
I'OWDEH, SHOT AND
FEEGD
SON 4
will give
SHELLS
CO.
Aro You Coins to Oullcl 7
If you ure, come and nee what I
Iihvo to rIiow you. lean furnish you
with plans and s pec ilicat ions for nice
building costing from f-jOO up to
",MM. I furnish everything and make
you a building complete. I also have
a few choice lots for snlc.
W. 11. Saville. I'.uilder,
Kox US. Yale, Mich.
"After the Fair"
Yes, after the fair weather you will need your feet protected from the
cold and wet. Those 1. W. MINOIl & SONS' SHOES that have become a
standard in our trade are here and ready for inspection. Ask for our Solid
ComfortShoe. Our boot sale has been a success. We sold them cheap. New
Stock was to take their place.
Sstf3 -Rkjtfc
Don't forget that ire are in the Clothing Jiusiness and
selling Suits ami Overcoats at Bed Hock prices.
Storm Coats for .$10.00.
Of Coarse You Need Heavier Underwear !
(Jet our prices on All-Wool Suits for Ladies and (lentlenien.
A Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries.
With a desire to serve you,
m&B l fen
f p "prject it; kng acmce
J. D. McKeith,
MICH

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